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"anthony haden" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

07:47 min | 2 months ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on Popcast

"Went down to the disco saturday night reading option. And all right one lady don such tonight. We've up to meet her. She said in nineteen seventy eight. I believe her boyfriend at the time. Michael zilkha buys this song from someone. She knows socially from harvard from doing theater. Believe his name is ronald melrose. He had directed her in productions and she looked at this song and she was like you guys. This is a really stupid song. And they were like. But it's about disco and clones. We're gonna have a hit. And she was like the only way you can do. This is if you frame it like this and she started talking about framing it as a breakfast and pastiche and michael was like. Oh you're so smart. Okay let's make a record and her first few records that sensibility informs that you know disco clone. Her cover of the beatles drive my car. Her enjoined version of is that all there is all those early records. Though singles she went in there with the mindset of an actress and really had the entire thing mapped out in her brain who character was howard character sounded. What was the universe. She was functioning. It and i think that's part of what makes her so charismatic. It didn't really matter if technically she was a great singer because she brought so much thought and character to these records. This'll be a good time. I think to mention so. There's that nine hundred eighty four new york magazine article about michael. The anthony haden guest one eight of that one. But there's a good quote about the singing in there and it's after she has performed her first live performance. Our mother was at her first live performance and mom says to her. You were always a brilliant writer. A good artist a good actress. How could you be so self destructive as to sing the the our own admission first of all. that's not her first performance that's only live perform. Okay the dates with kid. Creole and the coconuts are the only time she ever performed live. She was frustrated. That people didn't necessarily understand what she was trying to do. And i think the self titled first album does her a disservice by sort of presenting her in a format that most people might have been able to wrap their heads around e this is a disco record. these are krill productions right on his. This was august darnell road testing stuff. He was gonna do with the coconut coconuts later. Record christina songs on their solo record. This was really him figuring out what the coconuts could be on the live. Show basically was a kid. Creole and the coconut show with pop-ups from christina who had no background performing in music. She had never had a band she'd never been a cabaret singer once she got established such as it was she really did want to invest time and energy and find a couple musical collaborators that she could develop our act with because she realized her strengths and limitations as a vocalist and felt strongly that if she had just had suitable soils over a long period that she could rehearse with that she would have grown as a singer. One of the interesting things about the no wave era was there. Was this kind of implicit interrogation of expertise right. Yeah and this is obviously hand in hand with what's happening in punk coming out of you know coming out of the punk scene but there's this idea that maybe you don't quite know need to know how to play the instrument. Maybe the art is in figuring out maybe the art is in the imperfection or the inability to achieve perfection. Does christina's early work. Not in some way fit in with that larger movement especially given that she was right there proximate to that scene. It's not as if she was doing this in indiana. She's doing it literally at the same bharti's i imagine. God no having lived in indiana. I have heard imagine christina living there in the eighties. I mean i think part of what we're talking about here is that there are layers with christina and yes because she came from a social background you know. Her mother had been a well-known commercial illustrator and because her boyfriend came from money. She did have this sort of case around serov. What can we get away with attitude. And she also was smart enough to realize that playing stupid was a tool she could use so i do think that factors really into the first few records. I mean there's a very clear delineation in her catalog between the first few singles and the self titled album and then she releases is that all there is. It was poised to be a hit. Lieber installer come after her. And say destroy all copies of the record. And then the second phase humorless humorless scolds. Well you know. She has said she told me that. If she and michael and the label had really had the resources to fight back she would have thought back on the basis of parody because the original song is already abrecht vile pastiche all she did was turn up the lyrics to eleven but they decided not to invest the money. And let it go there. Was this sense that well you know. We're not gonna make money off records but maybe the scandal will be helpful. But that's really like the dividing line in her career and then after that it's things fall apart and what's a girl to do in the second album and then she quietly retires sir. Talk to me a little bit about the distinctions between the first album and the second album. We mentioned that the first album has these kind of kid creole records there. It's her trying to like fit into a pre existing or newly arrived scheme but the second record does not do that or at least not in the same way you talk a little bit about the difference to the second record is the one where she is in the driver's seat the first couple singles. She's collaborating with people she knows. Stony browder august l. john cale and then we get to sleep it off. She chose don was as her producer because she really liked the fact that was not was understood irony and had a deep understanding of myriad music styles and she really wanted to take advantage of that. Sleep it off. She wrote almost all the lyrics herself. So she's no longer adapting who she is and mining somebody else's material to find a great performance. She's writing about her own experiences. And in most cases it's autobiographical. It's just that we're not used to hearing about the sort of thing. She was writing about in one thousand nine hundred eighty four so people didn't realize it was actually drawn from real life. This would be a good time to play. I don't know don't mutilate my main or he dines out on.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

07:28 min | 3 months ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"You know i was trying to make jordan versus the other floridian swin but jordan doesn't wanna go down. You know coach. Maybe you need to talk to him because you are neutralness But you know jordan's at one sixty three right now and also It's like why fight one sixty eight. You barely training and you already at one sixty three. Imagine you really turn it up. Even though i guess you could be many pack alan. just pack on the calories. Now now you can you know. Eat a little more because you're working a little harder. Anthony haden on and talking my he stops amisi. You better respect joy. And he got a knockout over dude. This fight of the candidate and come back. I mean his fighter his yo his fighter. Let me tell you you going to hate. But chris vega is higher rank than eric. Garcia is just plain and simple. Chris vegas show his grit and true heart. You know not only did he lose by knockout at the hands of jordan but then he came back to improve and to put on a hell of a performance that is really become like the poster. Fight for borders. It's the fight that i said when it's like was boorda was this is what baltimore sits look at this video. That's what it is. Let's go so and in vega vega vega. not only. Did he come back to win. Which your opponent. Never one chance. But now vegas like. He's he's he's trying to make border wars great by challenging across platform fighter. So yeah man you gotta respect you gotta respect man chris. Chris made a name for himself. Funny how boxing asthma. You know funny Esteban we're doing cash shop at ness. Gto cash at at nez gto Because you guys just don't know how to use paper man. You'll be hitting me up charging me and i begin with those fees. You know what i'm saying. Now i lose seven dollars but moving are moving are moving on What else do we got. What else do we got. S i definitely want to get you on his car though we appreciate What it is that you bring and i can see some beautiful match matchups which you and some of our other guys at the sixty sixty eight pound. Listen honestly speaking. Un you corey is a great fight. But i don't know that you want that fight right away. You know you got seven fights. He's got twelve fights and thirteen if you count his border wars fe and he thinks he's pound for pound number one. Maybe you want to you know. Check him out from the outside looking in before you actually jump in the ring with him because if you beat corey you know you. Put a target on your back and expectations on your shoulders. The minute you beat him people are gonna expect more from you or they're gonna want you versus midi you know and that's cool if that's what you want. You know if you feel that. You're ready i think you possibly can be but it's hard to assess it's like the crawford situation you know my right now you looking good. But we don't know you level of opposites like we don't know who those dudes are and we can tell that those dudes are in on the level of you but if you don't wanna wait if you don't wanna take the ness arum like to call me heyman. But i think i learned that from bob arum to develop a fighter properly if you don't want to wait like jordan baker jordan doesn't want to wait. I can make that corey fight. I think you might have the hide on corey. Because you're six one Corey ford as low as one forty. He's willing to fight at one. Sixty eight which suits you you know and you'll be challenging the shit out yourself now. Are you ready to challenge yourself. Do you need one fight. Maybe two fights before you challenge the shit out yourself but you would be challenges because this would be the Most qualified fighter. You've probably stepped in the ring with golden gloves. Champion twelve into in the amateurs one and no boorda was and already has a following in people super chat and call in about bottom so go fight if you want. I mean it's minnie's fight that's mideast fight to take on the other side of the pond. I mean you can always steal that fights. What i'm saying you can steal that fighting. All the attention is on on galena. A little esta angle yano and they like this is the guy that's gonna beat midi not that one white boy. Listen this fight or rather this fight card is so significant right. Once upon a time there was like even in my division once upon a time there was an heavyweights for me to fight. Wants benetton really any competition for media. Now it's like one sixty eight in one. Sixty is where all the smoke is that which brings me to Faucheaux fire d- demarcus and that one white boy that's going to be yet. One hundred and sixty and that is the true midi division that is the division the msci fights a semi pro at and A winningest division for demarcus. I mean i. I can hear the people chanting mandatory status after a win oversaw mission. Impossible jones who now moves up from seventy five to ninety gets a big win over charged. Today you know signed to fight kendrick the cop. It looks like fucking robocop. His his clout level has has risen So that only makes demarcus rise. Would everything this. Sean does that win. Damarcus has over him. Looks better in better then. Why boy steps in and he's a great opponent if not adversary for demarcus. Because he's antagonise. He's egging him on his calling him fat which i think could be a detriment right. I would rather not motivate my competition. But maybe that's why boy wants. Maybe why boys into that whole back in the day. Gladiators shouldn't he wants to die in battle. Right it's glue. It'll be glory for him to have a magnificent fight win lose and that's probably what he's gonna get. Demarcus is very motivated and Only is thinking about destroying white boy. White boy is overly motivated.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:14 min | 8 months ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Tattoo, and that was the only time they really came. But yeah, they weren't. It wasn't the thing with them to be in these other. Kill your skirting this. Question. Did you kill? No I. Did not I can tell you a little bit of the story Prince. Steady was a man who was murdered and the last phone call was to do exactly. What were you guys talking about? Well, that night that Prince Teddy was killed I went to the real world party was very interesting because he wanted a New, York. Yes. And he wanted to have become there and meet these people that he said we're very big in show business and whatnot they're the ones who turned out to be the murderers. So have gone there that night instead of going to this party William Rand's. Loft with Norman Korpi. It was actually I think might have been Norman's birthday. And it was it was a a very cool party in an artist loft and I was saying at the time he was probably being strangled to death. Even Madonna couldn't have pulled this off I've got the Maharaja and he's taking me to Sony and he's doing all these things for me because it was like I, have a Maharaja you know and thinking that on that night, which could have been there. If I wasn't flaky a little bit which kind of has taught me that sometimes being flaky isn't that bad 'cause you were you blew off an event and had you gone to you? I remember exactly probably so unless that would change the dynamic why did they kill the? Maharaja from India yeah standard. Wife. Homicide. Who why does who murdered him why? Over found out there was still a lot of questions. They eventually did find the two that did it because the two that did it pretended to be a father and son they were really lovers and there was cowboy and there was George Kobo. George Kogo was from Cuba in a lot of people thought there could be involving drugs or something why he wanted to kill. Prince Study. Now Cowboy. How they caught these two, which was very interesting because cowboy was Kinda like. A crackhead and very into. and. It made him go crazy and what happened was the older gentleman was so afraid of cowboy that he said, my pal killed the prints and that's the only way that they found him. because they were frightened by the. Frightening. Thought, he was going to get killed to by his partner because his partner was the kind of young and I guess he was out of Control on drugs and he. He fast actually he blamed it on his partner, but what happened in the state of New York if you're present in both of you are there you're going to get charged equally and they got life plus one hundred years. Now, why did they kill him? Well. I don't think we really know that. I don't really know that and I don't think we ever will know but that got on American mafia dot com, which is someplace else that you can read about me because I didn't know at the time when I was doing all these parties ones downtown. That people like US Sammy. The Bull Grovonni? We're coming there. Sammy. Was Actually became an ecstasy dealer. Wow and I was kind of oblivious to these people that were in there but you're just trying to have a good time. That's exactly right off like intrigue and crying. And people were you know? So that's how this whole America. Mafia dot com, and that's how I got on that. It's kind of weird and Count James always was into the underside of things like he could tell you you know and he had his suspicions of why Teddy was killed but he knew a lot. He knew a lot. He always knew kind of the underside of what was what was your relationship with Prince today with your boyfriend well. Yes he was because actually I've got to admit I mean he was very charming. One thing. I can tell you about a prince and I can also tell you that in France I, I had a billionaire that was actually backing my label and whatnot, and he was the manners of these people are not like a regular person. They don't treat you in the way that you would be treated by anybody else their manners are. Better. And I think that that was very attractive to me and prince was he was kinda known as a womanizer but I guess he really kind of got attached to me and you know we did a couple things. Back But But the thing was I mean. He was he just said will you can be anything you want to be you know you can because I think at the time that was when I was first beginning to think. I would like to have my own record company. And you kind of did you marry the president of trax records course took it over. Now you're the president of the company. You kind of like was the lady norelco Guy who like liked the product so much about the company well, I can tell you the honest reason behind that I probably shouldn't be saying all this but the honest reason was Larry was very unscrupulous to everybody your husband. Yes, and so my thought was if I'm going to do all this work on this label because he we met each other in con- again 'cause I was at the performing at the International Music Festival. And he was in a taxi going down the quad set, which is all the very glamour street with Joe Smooth, and they saw me walking down the process Joe Smooth. He's one of the most famous producers in house music did a song called Promised Land, which is a it's legendary loves it. It's a wonderful thing. So those to stop their tax season said get in and that's how it all started with Larry saying what you to come back and I want you to sing for the label. I said only do that if you make me presidents. Are, you did and I did saying your heart into into and that's where you are today. I. Mean it was it. To recover. The legacy or the scene after the downfall because people don't realize that that. Michael Alec Murdering the Angel. Menendez was. Impacted your scene so severe. that it almost destroyed it. That's true because everyone kind of scattered. So how'd you guys recover from that? Well I remember. What they said actually, it was very interesting because they said, what was it in one of the books that Anthony Haden guest room they said New York nightlife would never be the same in that it would have to reinvent itself has. It. Today well, it's a lot smaller and more intimate. It's not those superclubs and things of that nature. It's a lot more intimate. I think. You Know I. Don't think it's ever going to get I don't know maybe it will because people used to say after Andy Warhol was over with that you know our generation would never. Get to be as hot as they won and as studio fifty four and all that stuff. But yet you know in some ways, I don't know if we had clipped it but we certainly got as famous or shy say infamous. and. Because I think the I participated in a lot of those scenes as well In Austin Texas during that time period and felt to that at its best was an ocean of amazing lights and music and people and costume us at its worst was this robotic monotonous. You know ocean of humanity all marching towards their demise. That's true and actually that's really true and I remember when even kind of the house sound change because we do have like what we call hard house that's more like they were starting to call it techno or whatever at that time, and there was this Lord Michael who was involved with murder too and he used to run who did he murder what? Yeah there was there was a couple of things and I forget who the other guy was that.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:01 min | 8 months ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Tattoo and that was the only time they really came. But yeah, they weren't. It wasn't the thing with them to be in these other. Kill your skirting this. Question. Did you kill? No I did not I can tell you a little bit of the story Prince steady was a man who was murdered and the last phone call was to do exactly. What were you guys talking about? Well, that night that Prince Teddy was killed I went to the real world party very interesting because he wanted a New York yes. And he wanted to have become there and meet these people that he said we're very big in show business and whatnot they're the ones who turned out to be the murderers. So have gone there that night instead of going to this party William Rand's. Loft with Norman Korpi, it was actually I think might have been Norman's birthday. and. It was. It was a a very cool party in an artist loft and I was saying at the time he was probably being strangled to death. Even Madonna couldn't have pulled this off I've got the Maharaja and he's taking me to Sony and he's doing all these things for me because it was like I have a Maharaja you know and thinking that on that night which I could have been there. If I wasn't flaky a little bit which kind of has taught me that sometimes being flaky isn't that bad 'cause you were you blew off an event and had you gone to you I remember exactly probably. So unless that would change the dynamic why did they kill the? Maharajah from India yeah standard. Wife. Homicide who, why does who murdered him why? Over found out, there was still a lot of questions they eventually did find the two that did it because the two that did it pretended to be a father and son they were really lovers and there was cowboy and there was George Kobo now George Kogo was from Cuba in a lot of people thought there could be involving drugs or something why he wanted to kill Prince Study. Now Cowboy. How they caught these two, which was very interesting because cowboy was Kinda like. A crackhead and very into. and. It made him go crazy and what happened was the older gentleman was so afraid of cowboy that he said, my pal killed the prints and that's the only way that they found him. because they were frightened by the. Frightening. Thought, he was going to get killed to by his partner because his partner was the kind of young and I guess he was out of Control on drugs and he. He fast actually he blamed it on his partner but what happened in the state of new? York if you're present in both of you are there you're going to get charged equally and they got life plus one hundred years. Now, why did they kill him? Well. We really know that. I don't really know that and I don't think we ever will know. But that got on American mafia DOT COM, which is someplace else that you can read about me because I didn't know at the time when I was doing all these parties ones downtown. That people like US Sammy, the Bull Grovonni we're coming there Sammy. Was Actually became an ecstasy dealer why? How and I was kind of oblivious to these people that were in there but you're just trying to have a good time. That's exactly right off like intrigue and crying. And people were you know? So that's how this whole America. Mafia dot com and that's how I got on that. It's kind of weird and Count James always was into the underside of things like he could tell you you know and he had his suspicions of why Teddy was killed but he knew a lot. He knew a lot. He always knew kind of the underside of what was what was your relationship with Prince today with your boyfriend well. Yes he was because actually I've got to admit I mean he was very charming one thing I can tell you about a prince and I can also tell you that in France. I. I. had a billionaire that was actually backing my label and whatnot and he was the manners of these people are not like a regular person. They don't treat you in the way that you would be treated by anybody else their manners are superior and and I think that that was very attractive to me and prince was he was kinda known as a womanizer but I guess he really kind of got attached to me and you know we did a couple things. But. But the thing was I mean? He was. He just said will you can be anything you want to be. You know you can because I think at the time that was when I was first beginning to think. I would like to have my own record company. And you kind of did you marry the President of tracking record course took it over. Now, you're the president of the company. You kind of like was the lady norelco Guy who like liked the product so much the company well, I can tell you the honest reason behind that I probably shouldn't be saying all this but the honest reason was Larry was very unscrupulous to everybody your husband. Yes, and so my thought was if I'm going to do all this work on this label because he we met each other in con- again, 'cause I was at the performing at the International Music Festival. And, he was in a taxi going down the quad set, which is all the very glamour street with Joe Smooth, and they saw me walking down the process, Joe. Smooth. He's one of the most famous producers in house music did a song called Promised Land, which is a it's legendary. Everyone loves it. It's a wonderful thing. So those to stop their tax season said get in and that's how it all started with Larry saying what you to come back and I want you to sing for the label. I said only do that if you make me presidents. You did and I did saying your heart into into and that's where you are today. I mean it was it. To recover. The legacy or the scene after the downfall because people don't realize that that Michael Alec murdering the Angel Menendez was. Impacted your scene so severe. that it almost destroyed it. That's true because everyone kind of scattered. So how'd you guys recover from that? Well I remember. What they said actually, it was very interesting because they said, what was it in one of the books that Anthony Haden guest room they said, New York nightlife would never be the same in that it would have to reinvent itself has. It. Today well, it's a lot smaller and more intimate. It's not those superclubs and things of that nature. It's a lot more intimate. I think. You know I don't think it's ever GONNA get I. Don't know maybe it will because people used to say after Andy Warhol was over with that you know our generation would never. Get to be as hot as they won and as studio fifty four and all that stuff. But yet you know in some ways I don't know if we clipped it but we certainly got as famous or shy say infamous. and. Because I. Think the I participated in a lot of those scenes as well In Austin Texas during that time period and felt to that at its best was an ocean of amazing lights and music and people and costume us at its worst was this robotic monotonous. You know ocean of humanity all marching towards their demise. That's true and actually that's really true and I remember when even kind of the house sound change because we do have like what we call hard house that's more like they were starting to call it.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:01 min | 8 months ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Tattoo, and that was the only time they really came. But yeah, they weren't. It wasn't the thing with them to be in these other. Kill. Your skirting this. Question. Did you kill? No I did not I can tell you a little bit of the story Prince steady was a man who was murdered and the last phone call was to do exactly. What were you guys talking about? Well, that night that Prince Teddy was killed I went to the real world party was very interesting because he wanted New York yes. Okay and he wanted to have become there and meet these people that he said we're very big in show business and whatnot they're the ones who turned out to be the murderers. So have gone there that night instead of going to this party William Rand's Loft. With Norman Korpi it was actually I think might have been Norman's birthday. And it was it was a a very cool party in an artist loft and I was saying at the time he was probably being strangled to death. Even Madonna couldn't have pulled this off. I've got the Maharaja and he's taking me to Sony and he's doing all these things for me because it was like I have a Maharaja you know and thinking that on that night, which could have been there if I wasn't flaky a little bit which kind of has taught me that sometimes being flaky isn't that bad 'cause you were you blew off an event and had you gone to you? I remember exactly probably. So unless that would change the dynamic why did they kill the? Maharaja from India yeah standard. Wife was a double homicide who why does who murdered him why? Over found out, there was still a lot of questions. They eventually did find the two that did it because the two that did it pretended to be a father and son they were really lovers and there was cowboy and there was George Kobo now George Kogo was from Cuba in a lot of people thought there could be involving drugs or something why he wanted to kill Prince Study. Now Cowboy. How they caught these two, which was very interesting because cowboy was Kinda like. A crackhead and very into. and. It made him go crazy and what happened was the older gentleman was so afraid of cowboy that he said, my pal killed the prints and that's the only way that they found him. because they were frightened by the. Frightening. Thought he was going to get killed to by his partner because his partner was the kind of young and I guess he was out of Control on drugs and he. He fast actually he blamed it on his partner but what happened in the state of New York if you're present in both of you are there you're going to get charged equally and they got life plus one hundred years. Now, why did they kill him? Well, I don't think we really know that. I don't really know that and I don't think we ever will know but that got on American mafia dot com, which is someplace else that you can read about me because I didn't know at the time when I was doing all these parties ones downtown. That people like US Sammy the Bull Grovonni we're coming there Sammy. was. Actually became an ecstasy dealer. And I was kind of oblivious to these people that were in there. But you're just trying to have a good time. That's exactly right off like intrigue and crying. And people were you know? So that's how this whole America. Mafia dot com and that's how I. got on that. It's kind of weird and count. James always was into the underside of things like he could tell you you know and he had his suspicions of why Teddy was killed but he knew a lot. He knew a lot. He always knew the side of what was what was your relationship with Prince today with your boyfriend? Well. Yes, he was because actually I've got to admit I mean he was very charming one thing. I can tell you about a prince and I can also tell you that in France I I had a billionaire that was actually backing my label and whatnot and he was the manners of these people are not like a regular person. They don't treat you in the way that you would be treated by anybody else their manners are superior and and I think that that was very attractive to me and Prince Teddy was he was kinda known as a womanizer but I guess he really kind of got attached to me and you know we did a couple things. Back but. But. The thing was I mean He was he just said, will you can be anything you want to be. You know you can because I think at the time that was when I was first beginning to think. I would like to have my own record company. And you kind of did you marry the president of trax records course took it over. Now, you're the president of the company. You kind of like was the lady norelco Guy who like liked the product so much the company well, I can tell you the honest reason behind that I probably shouldn't be saying all this but the honest reason was Larry was very unscrupulous to everybody your husband. Yes, and so my thought was if I'm going to do all this work on this label because he we met each other in con- again, 'cause I was at the performing at the International Music Festival. And he was in a taxi going down the quad set, which is all the very Glamour Street with Joe Smooth and they saw me walking down the process Joe Smooth. He's one of the most famous producers in house music did a song called Promised Land, which is a it's legendary. Everyone loves it. It's a wonderful thing. So those to stop their tax season said get in and that's how it all started. With Larry saying what you to come back and I want you to sing for the label I said only do that if you make me presidents. You did and I did saying your heart into into and that's where you are today I? Mean it was it hard to recover. The legacy or the scene after the downfall because people don't realize that that Michael Alec murdering the Angel Menendez was. Impacted your scene so severe. that it almost destroyed it. That's true. Because everyone kind of scattered. How'd you guys recover from that? Well I remember. What they said actually, it was very interesting because they said, what was it in one of the books that Anthony Haden guest room they said New York nightlife would never be the same in that it would have to reinvent itself has. It Today well, it's a lot smaller and more intimate, not those superclubs and things of that nature. It's a lot more intimate. I think. You Know I. Don't think it's ever GONNA get I. Don't know maybe it will because people used to say after Andy Warhol was over with that you know our generation would never. Get to be as hot as they won and as studio fifty four and all that stuff. But yet you know in some ways I, don't know if we had clipped it but we certainly got as famous or shy say infamous. and. Because I think the I participated in a lot of those scenes as well In Austin Texas, during that time period and felt to that at its best was an ocean of amazing lights and music and people and costume plus at its worst was this robotic monotonous. You know ocean of humanity all marching towards their demise. That's true and actually that's really true and I remember when even kind of the house sound change because we do have like what we call hard house that's more like they were starting to call it.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:10 min | 8 months ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"But you know I was the uptown girl and the downtown girl and I remember all those people like, Michael They couldn't even really get into Tattoo. One day I held A. Dinner Party for them a Tattoo, and that was the only time they really came. But yeah, they weren't. It wasn't the thing with them to be in these other. Kill your skirting this. Question. Did you kill? No I did not I can tell you a little bit of the story. Prince. Steady was a man who was murdered and the last phone call was to do exactly. What were you guys talking about? Well, that night that Prince Teddy was killed I went to the real world party very interesting because he wanted a New York. Yes. And he wanted to have become there and meet these people that he said we're very big in show business and whatnot they're the ones who turned out to be the murderers. So have gone there that night instead of going to this party William Rand's. Loft with Norman, Korpi it was actually I think might have been Norman's birthday. And it was it was a a very cool party in an artist loft and I was saying at the time he was probably being strangled to death. Even Madonna couldn't have pulled this off I've got the Maharaja and he's taking me to Sony, and he's doing all these things for me because it was like I have a Maharaja you know and thinking that on that night, which could have been there. If I wasn't flaky a little bit which kind of has taught me that sometimes being flaky isn't that bad 'cause you were you blew off an event and had you gone to you? I remember exactly probably. So unless that would change the dynamic why did they kill the? Maharaja from India. Yeah Standard. Wife. Homicide who why does who murdered him why? Over found out there was still a lot of questions. They eventually did find the two that did it because the two that did it pretended to be a father and son they were really lovers and there was cowboy and there was George Kobo. George Kogo was from Cuba in a lot of people thought there could be involving drugs or something why he wanted to kill Prince Study. Now Cowboy. How they caught these two which was very interesting because cowboy was Kinda like. A crackhead and very into. And, it made him go crazy and what happened was the older gentleman was so afraid of cowboy that he said, my pal killed the prints and that's the only way that they found him. because they were frightened by the. Frightening. Thought he was going to get killed to by his partner because his partner was the kind of young and I guess he was out of Control on drugs and he. He fast actually he blamed it on his partner but what happened in the state of New York if you're present in both of you are there, you're going to get charged equally and they got life plus one hundred years. Now why did they kill him? Well I don't think we really know that. I don't really know that and I don't think we ever will know but that got on American mafia dot com, which is someplace else that you can read about me because I didn't know at the time when I was doing all these parties ones downtown. That people like US Sammy the Bull Grovonni we're coming there Sammy. was. Actually. Became an ecstasy dealer why? How and I was kind of oblivious to these people that were in there but you're just trying to have a good time. That's exactly right off like. An and people were you know? So that's how this whole America. Mafia dot com and that's how I got on that. It's kind of weird and Count James always was into the underside of things like he could tell you you know and he had his suspicions of why Teddy was killed but he knew a lot. He knew a lot. He always knew the side of what was what was your relationship with Prince today with your boyfriend? Well. Yes he was because actually I've got to admit I. mean he was very charming. About a prince and I can also tell you that in France I, I had a billionaire that was actually backing my label and whatnot and he was the manners of these people are not like a regular person. They don't treat you in the way that you would be treated by anybody else their manners are superior and and I think that that was very attractive to me and Prince Teddy. Was He was kinda known as a womanizer but I guess he really kind of got attached to me and you know we did a couple things. Back but. But the thing was I mean? He was he just said Rachel. You can be anything you want to be. You know you can because I think at the time that was when I was first beginning to think. I would like to have my own record company. And you kind of did you marry the President of tracking record course took it over. Now. You're the president of the company. You kind of like was the lady norelco Guy who like liked the product so much the company well, I can tell you the honest reason behind that I probably shouldn't be saying all this but the honest reason was Larry was very unscrupulous to everybody your husband. Yes, and so my thought was if I'm going to do all this work on this label because he we met each other in con- again, 'cause I was at the performing at the International Music Festival. And he was in a taxi going down the quad set, which is all the very Glamour Street with Joe Smooth and they saw me walking down the process. Joe. Smooth he's one of the most famous producers in house music did a song called promised land which is a it's legendary. Loves it. It's a wonderful thing. So those to stop their tax season said get in and that's how it all started with Larry saying what you to come back and I want you to sing for the label I said only do that if you make me presidents. You did and I did saying your heart into into and that's where you are today I mean it was it. To recover. The legacy or the scene after the downfall because people don't realize that that Michael, Alec murdering the Angel Menendez was. impacted. Your scene so severe. that it almost destroyed it. That's true because everyone kind of scattered. So how'd you guys recover from that? Well I. Remember. What they said actually, it was very interesting because they said, what was it in one of the books that Anthony Haden guest room they said New York nightlife would never be the same in that it would have to reinvent itself has. It. Today. Well, it's a lot smaller and more intimate. It's not those superclubs and things of that nature. It's a lot more intimate. I think. You know I don't think it's ever GONNA get I. Don't know maybe it will because people used to say after Andy Warhol was over with that you know our generation would never. Get to be as hot as they won and as studio fifty four and all that stuff. But yet you know in some ways, I don't know if we had clipped it but we certainly got as famous or shy say infamous. And Because I think the I participated in a lot of those scenes as well In Austin. Texas during that time period and felt to that at its best was an ocean of amazing lights and music and people and costume plus at its worst was this robotic monotonous. You know ocean of humanity all marching towards their demise. That's true and actually that's really true and I remember when even kind of the house sound change because we do have like.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on Poop Culture

Poop Culture

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on Poop Culture

"This whole story is this is all stuff that was confiscated by the TSA. That means it goes into public auction. We feasibly could go online and buy some of this stuff. Is it if it hasn't been sold already, and then we'll resell it to the listeners. Yeah. If we want this for sure I want the purse with the brass knuckles, man. Now, you want the fucking guitar look at that fucker. Wow. That is bad ass cheese. What is that thing next to the guitar there? Can you make that out? Yes. A taser. It is looks like some sort of electrical. It's a device tasers that also doubles as like the machine gun clip that is fucking credible. Wow. See what? Other awesome pictures. We got. Here's this goofy guy. Here's a perfume yet. Does. It's exactly exactly like grenade of occur. Nayed? What a world we live in. Oh, that's the actual. That's not an actual grenade. That's the perfume. I suppose that I mean that's all stuff that they took away from people descent. There's the clutch with the brass knuckles. I could tell you exactly the type of woman that's carrying that. Wow. Don't steal that lady's fucking purse. Okay. See this one. I totally see because I have one of these you ever personally. Not. Yes to it's his rifle round right here. That's actually a bottle opener. Oh, yeah. Jane that got confiscated. I could see that getting taken fuck actually think I know. I didn't have that on my keys. Yeah. That's it. A bunch of weird shit. There's room in look in sword in ear to paren- nunchucks cheese. I said there's multiple there's one two three pairs of nunchucks travelling light. Why that like you can bring this stuff on a plane? You just check your bag or if you have like a sword or a long object. It's obviously not gonna fitness suitcase Monday. You put it in a tube, you wrap it you can check it. People are stupid. They might pull you off your flight. If you have three nunchucks in double. Acts or dildo X? Maybe we'll maybe bought them out of fucking convention or something. I guess. Yeah. You're right. What are they gonna say? Yeah. You know, maybe don't don't travel with them shit or just don't be dumb shit when you travel. Yeah. All right, b graph over to you for your first news story. What do you got man? This kinda ties into your first one Markelle British man may reportedly barred from having sex with his wife of twenty years lucky legally social services bosses claiming can no longer have sex with her because she no longer has the mental capacity to consent ficials told the quarter protection in London. The unidentified women's mental health deteriorated to the point. She no longer has the ability to consent to sexual intercourse or anything related to the act, according to Sky News. The attorneys representing social services bosses are requesting the judge consider barring the woman's husband from continuing to have sex with his wife to ensure she is not raped judge, sir. Anthony, Haden said the couple could not be identified in media reports. It was not clear how old either the husband or wife is or what the wife's mental health issue is. The man reportedly told the judge of the preliminary hearing that he would give his pledge not to have sex with his wife how. The judge suggested the men might be put in a situation where he could face prison, if he breached the pledge or any order by the court, he added that such an order would be difficult to police. He said, I cannot think of any more obviously, fundamental human rights than that the right of a man to have sex with his wife and the right of the state to monitor that I think he's entitled to have it properly argued Hayden said he wants to listen to all the evidence and arguments from lawyers representing the women the husband and social services before making a decision. So obviously, everything and nothing at stake in this particular court case. It actually said how old they were in. He was seventy three and she died in nineteen seventy three. That's a game changer, boys. Fake news, even out all facts, cracking open, a cold one like that guy's really into girls who are just not into it..

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"anthony haden" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"His best interest but if the rest of his life will be as short as they and his liverpool doctors say he has lit who's even if aerobic medical measures went awry and given the severity of his brain damage which his parents acknowledge official pronouncement about his autonomy is a non sequitur as they would be for any two year old child who is in need of medical attention for that matter judge justice anthony haden of the high court wrote that artificial ventilation was an assault and alfi's dignity as if modern intensive care unit some cells were barbarity the doctors in rome can prolong life and even improve his medical condition or excuse me the doctors in rome can prolong lp's life and even improve his medical condition may be a long shot but the assumption that they're trying would somehow put him at risks makes little sense at this juncture risk of what the medical disagreements between albee's doctrine his parents have become a legal dispute it's now a political debate because the stakes are high and the medical and legal authorities have not answered the question why the parents in concert with a reputable italian pediatric hospital should be prevented from pursuing treatment for their child the stakes are high for alfie and his parents obviously but for all a britain and so far as her case established as a precedent or reinforces earlier ones and they go back to the charlie guard situation from last year alfie has been breathing unassisted for two days now define the expectations of his doctor doctors although his mother reports he's struggling breathing and that his need for intensive care to resume may be urgent is you know the vatican came out in support and the pope came out and some borton said let him let him come what's what's the problem right let him do it right we salute and thank holy see and the italian government for stepping up the uk medical and legal establishment appears adamant is to alfi's parents the british courts have failed to make their case for barring him from the plane that stands ready and waiting to fly him to rome they will either reverse their decision or suffer permanent loss of credibility it's really mind boggling i don't i there's no basis for the decision at all now none.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"His best interest but if the rest of his life will be short as they and his liverpool doctors say he has lit to lose even if aerobic medical measures went awry and given the severity of his brain damage which his parents acknowledge official pronouncement about his autonomy is the non sequitur as they would be for any two year old child who is in need of medical attention for that matter judge justice anthony haden of the high court wrote that artificial ventilation was an assault and l fees dignity as if modern intensive care unit some selves were barbarity the doctors in rome can prolong lp's life and even improve his medical condition or excuse me the doctors in rome can prolong these life and even improve his medical condition may be a long shot but the assumption that they're trying would somehow put him at risks makes little sense at this juncture risk of what the medical disagreements between alpha doctrine his parents have become a legal dispute it's now a political debate because the stakes are high and the medical and legal authorities have not answered the question why the parents in concert with a reputable italian pediatric hospital should be prevented from pursuing treatment for their child the stakes are high for alfie and his parents obviously but for all a britain and so as their cases which as a president or reinforces earlier ones and they go back to the charlie guard situation from last year alfie has been breathing unassisted for two days now defined the expectations of his doctor doctors although his mother reports he's struggling breathing and that his need for intensive care to resume may be urgent is you know the vatican came out in support and the pulp came out and some borton said let him let him come what's what's the problem right let him do it right we salute and thank holy see in the italian government for stepping up the uk medical and legal establishment appears adamant is to alvis parents the british courts have failed to make their case for barring him from the plane that stands ready and waiting to fly him to rome they will either reverser decision or supper permit loss of credibility it's really mind boggling i don't i there's no basis for the decision at all now none.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Public until the hospital correct its course and releases alfie so they can place them in the hands of medical professionals will provide care that the liverpool doctors will not to defend their position which they've repeated in several decisions handed down since december british judges had merely gestured at the notion that they must supply an argument the parents for months they have reiterated that further medical treatment for alfie would not be in his best interest but if the rest of his life will be short as they and his liverpool doctors say he has little bit to lose even if aerobic medical measures went awry and given the severity of his brain damage which has parents acknowledge official pronouncement about his autonomy is a non sequitur as it would be for any two year old child who is in need of medical attention for that matter judge justice anthony haden of the high court wrote that artificial ventilation was an assault on l fees dignity as if modern intensive care unit some cells were barbarity the doctors in rome can prolong lp's light and even improve his medical condition that doctors in rome can prolong life and even improve his medical condition may be a long shot but the assumption that they're trying would somehow put him at risks makes little sense at this juncture risk of what the medical disagreements between doctrine his parents have become a legal dispute it's now a political debate because the stakes are high and the medical and legal authorities have not answered the question why the parents in concert with a reputable talion pediatric hospital should be prevented from pursuing treatment for their child the stakes are high for alpine his parents obviously but for all of britain insofar as her case to stab which is a president or reinforces earlier ones and they go back to the charlie guard situation from last year alfie has been breathing unassisted for two days now define the expectations of his doctor doctors although his mother reports he's struggling breathing and that his need for intensive care to resume may be urgent is you know the vatican came out and support and the pope came out in support and said let him let him come what's what's the problem right let him do it right we salute and thank holy see and.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Public until the hospital correct its course and releases alfie so they can place him in the hands of medical professionals will provide care that the liverpool doctors will not defend their position which is repeated in several decisions handed down since december british judges have merely gestured at the notion that they must supply an argument the parents for months they have reiterated that further medical treatment for alfie would not be in his best interest but if the rest of his life will be a short as they and his liverpool doctors say he has little bit to lose even if aerobic medical measures went awry and given the severity of his brain damage which his parents acknowledge official pronouncement about his autonomy is the non sequitur as it would be for any two year old child who is in need of medical attention for that matter judge justice anthony haden of the high court wrote that artificial ventilation wasn't assault and fees dignity as if modern intensive care unit some cells were bar bertie the doctors in rome can prolong lp's life and even improve his medical condition or the doctors in rome can prolong lp's life and even improve his medical condition may be a long shot but the assumption that they're trying would somehow put him at risks makes little sense at this juncture risk of what the medical disagreements between his doctor and his parents have become a legal dispute it's now a political debate because the stakes are high and the medical and legal authorities have not answered the question why the parents in concert with they reputable italian pediatric hospital should be prevented from pursuing treatment for their child the stakes are high for alpine his parents obviously but for all a britain and so far is her case established as a precedent or reinforces earlier ones and they go back to the charlie guard situation from last year alfie has been breathing unassisted for two days now define the expectations of his doctor doctors although his mother reports he's struggling breathing and that his need for intensive care to resume may be urgent you know the vatican came out in support and the pope came out in support and said let him let him come what's what's the problem right let him do it right we salute and thank holy see and.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Public until the hospital correct its course and releases alfie so they can place them in the hands of medical professionals will provide care that the liverpool doctors will not defend their position which repeated in several decisions ended down since december british judges have merely gestured at the notion that they must supply an argument the parents for months they have reiterated that further medical treatment for alfie would not be in his best interest but if the rest of his life will be a short as they and his liverpool doctors say he has little bit to lose even if aerobic medical measures went awry and given the severity of his brain damage which has parents acknowledge official pronouncement about his autonomy is a non sequitur as it would be for any two year old child who is in need of medical attention for that matter judge justice anthony haden of the high court wrote that artificial ventilation wasn't assault and alfi's fees dignity as if modern intensive care units themselves were barbarity the doctors and rome can prolong lp's life and even improve his medical condition or excuse me the doctors in rome can prolong life and even improve his medical condition may be a long shot but the assumption that they're trying would somehow put him at risks makes little sense at this juncture risk of what the medical disagreements between alpha's doctrine his parents become a legal dispute it's now a political debate because the stakes are high and the medical and legal authorities have not answered the question why the parents in concert with a reputable italian pediatric hospital should be prevented from pursuing treatment for their child the stakes are high for alpine and his parents obviously but for all a britain and so far is our case established as a precedent or reinforces earlier ones and they go back to the charlie guard situation from last year alfie has been breathing unassisted for two days now define the expectations of his doctor doctors although his mother reports he's struggling breathing and that his need for intensive care to resume may be urgent you know the vatican came out and support the pope came out in support and said let them let them come what's what's the problem right let him do it right we salute and thank holy see in.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Undeniably irrefutable red eye radio and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara welcome in good morning sometimes you have editorial writers that just put the words together in the right way and national review did there the annetta to'real on alfie evans twenty three month old child in great britain who has been hospitalized with a rare neuro degenerative disorder and against his parents wishes the hospital there in liverpool removed him from life support on monday evening saying that you know it's useless to hold on any hope whatsoever now you've got a pediatric hospital in italy in rome that's offered to treat him and arranged for his medical transport which is on standby the italian government has cooperated granted him citizenship clearing all legal and administrative hurdles in advance the plane is waiting great britain says now and they write here national review doctors and liverpool forbid the child to be removed from their watch however and the british courts have backed them up holding out the possibility that at some point the parents will be permitted to take him home to die but batting down the idea that he will ever be allowed to leave the country the courts have offered no compelling or even plausible reason for blocking his transfer to the italian hospital we support the parents tom evans and kate james in their resolve to keep the case before the public until the hospital correct its course and releases alfie so they can place him in the hands of medical professionals will provide care that the liverpool doctors will not defend their position which abe repeated in several decisions handed down since december british judges have merely gestured at the notion that they must supply an argument the parents for months they have reiterated that further medical treatment for alfie would not be in his best interest but if the rest of his life will be a short as they and his liverpool doctors say he has little bit to lose even if aerobic medical measures went awry and given the severity of his brain damage which has parents acknowledge official pronouncement about his autonomy is a non sequitur as it would be for any two year old child who is in need of medical attention for that matter judge justice anthony haden of the high court wrote that artificial ventilation wasn't salt and l fees dignity as if modern intensive care unit some cells were a barbarity the doctors in.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"In liverpool of said further treatment is futile and the toddler's life support was withdrawn monday after series a court ruling sided with the doctors and blocked further medical treatment of course they sided with the doctors government doctors in britain now the doctors are on the government payroll they're part of the civil service system the judges are part of the government and the government defense the government and the individual and the family lost in all this albee's parents continued their fight to take him to italy be cared for the vatican's children's hospital which is said it is willing to take him and the pope is willing to send a plane to get them threequarter of appeal judges rejected the parents latest legal bid today judge andrew mcfarland said nothing had changed since a previous court ruling that alfie treatment should end high court justice anthony haden dismiss the parents case on tuesday and said his ruling represented the final chapter in the life of this extraordinary little boy it makes you wanna puke it really does that the government stands in the way of this baby and these parents the government stands in the way if you had a twenty three month old boy and it's similar circumstance when she do everything humanly possible to make sure that little boy really was in a state where he couldn't be revived her conversely to save him of course you would i would britain you can't because hey the compassionate government run universal healthcare system where everyone is coverage isn't that swell but you lose control of your healthcare ladies and gentlemen you lose control of the doctors the doctors become responsive to the state lose control of your own lives this is hideous another example of socialism progressivism which there's really very little difference but this is the ideology that's been exported into our country and this is why they continue to push for more centralised ubiquitous government control over our lives now can i wrote about this liberty and tyranny this is the beginning of the end if they get obamacare it's the beginning of the end well republicans in the senate john mccain kill the effort to repeal it i felt very sorry for the.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"A court ruling sided with the doctors and blocked further medical treatment of course they sided with the doctors government doctors in britain now the doctors are on the government payroll they're part of the civil service system the judges are part of the government and the government defense the government and the individual and the family are lost in all this alvis parents continued their fight to take him to italy be cared for the vatican's children's hospital which has said it is willing to take him and the pope is willing to send a plane to get them threequarter of appeal judges rejected the parents latest legal bid today judge andrew mcfarland said nothing had changed since a previous court ruling that alfie treatment should end high court justice anthony haden dismiss the parents case on tuesday and said his ruling represented the final chapter in the life of this extraordinary little boy it makes you wanna puke it really does that the government stands in the way of this baby and these parents the government stands in the way if you had a twenty three month year old boy and it's similar circumstance when she do everything humanly possible to make sure that little boy really was in a in a state where he couldn't be revived her conversely to save him of course you would i would but in britain you can't because hey compassionate government run universal healthcare system where everyone is coverage isn't that swell but you lose control of your healthcare ladies and gentlemen you lose control of the doctors the doctors become responsive to the state you lose control of your own lives this hideous another example of socialism progressivism which there's really very little difference but this is the ideology that's been exported into our country and this is why they continue to push for more centralised ubiquitous government control over our lives and now can i wrote about this liberty and tyranny this is the beginning of the end if they get obamacare it's the beginning of the end well republicans in the senate john mccain kill the effort to repeal it i felt very sorry for the condition john mccain is in it's a desperate situation he's been a great hero in defending this country in the military but a disastrous politician there are many people in this country will who will suffer as a result of john mccain's vote.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on KTRH

"Hospital liverpool of said further treatment is futile and the toddler's life support was withdrawn monday after series a court ruling sided with the doctors and blocked further medical treatment chris they sided with the doctors government doctors in britain now the doctors are on the government payroll they're part of the civil service system the judges are part of the government and the government defense the government and the individual and the family lost in all this alvis parents continued their fight to take him to italy be cared for the vatican's children's hospital which has said it is willing to take him and the pope is willing to send a plane to get them threequarter of appeal judges rejected the parents latest legal bid today judge andrew mcfarlane said nothing had changed since a previous court ruling that alfie treatment should end high court justice anthony haden dismiss the parents case on tuesday and said his ruling represented the final chapter in the life of this extraordinary little boy it makes you wanna puke it really does that the government stands in the way of this baby and these parents the government stands in the way if you had a twenty three month year old boy and it's similar circumstance when she do everything humanly possible to make sure that little boy really was in a in a state where he couldn't be revived her conversely to save him of course you would i would but in britain you can't because hey the compassionate government run universal healthcare system where everyone is coverage isn't that swell but you lose control your healthcare ladies and gentlemen you lose control of the doctors the doctors become responsive to the state lose control of your own lives this is hideous another example of socialism progressivism which there's really very little difference but this is the ideology that's been exported into our country and this is why they continue to push for more centralised ubiquitous government control over our lives and now can i wrote about this liberty and tyranny this is the beginning.

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"anthony haden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"anthony haden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Air ambulance sent by italy to bring this child to italy for treatment that the uk will not give him the the uk high court will not allow this the parents to take this child out of the hospital put him in an air ambulance their own child to bring to italy for treatment now he is now so then they said well they started to give him some oxygen you know a little bit a little bit not not they did not intimate him again they gave him some oxygen since he was breathing for twenty hours on his own to make it a little bit easy for him to give him water the father has now said that the staff has refused to allow this baby to have food for over twenty three hours and this was yesterday they won't give the child food i saw the protesters at one point and tried to storm the hospital and that's why they won't let the parents take the baby home because they're afraid that the crowds outside will somehow harm the child i don't think that that's going to happen the protesters are there to harm the but he's of the crush of the the parents the justice anthony haden of the uk high court ruled against taking the child law allowing them to put the child in the air ambulance to get him there they say that there's a genuine fear the according to a hospital clinician they're told the court that they had a genuine fear that angry protesters in supportive evidence would make transporting him home impossible shut up disgust are you forgive me if you've already mentioned this but this this sleighs me they had the the mother and father keeton tom in this case evans we're doing mouth to mouth resuscitation on their own child i didn't know that now since he's been off of the support and what they'd see his lips turn blue and they've given mouth to mouth resuscitation this is horrific all the way through and that the the medical doctors here are treating them this way that the state has.

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