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Gun-toting congresswoman-elect may carry Glock at Capitol

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

Gun-toting congresswoman-elect may carry Glock at Capitol

"There are new questions about lawmakers bringing guns into the U. S. capitol now that in incoming congresswoman from Colorado has inquired about the rules on packing heat thirty three year old Republican congresswoman elect Lorin beau Burke is a gun rights activist and walks around with a Glock strapped to her hip she's asked capitol police about carrying her weapon on capitol grounds which is allowed under in nineteen sixty seven regulation guns are not allowed in the house or Senate chambers and the public can't bring weapons in there are concerns though raised by California democratic congressman Jared Huffman who says Congress members and their staffs carry fire arms around all the time and are not checked for weapons when they entered the house chamber he says he tried to fight it in the past but face stiff opposition Jackie Quinn Washington

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"beau" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

03:10 min | Last week

"beau" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

"He put around in a cushion cut setting because i think he actually had bought the setting of cushion because the family member had been like get the cushion the cushion the cushion. And then when. I was like if you get me. That fucking cushion. I'm gonna no. He was like panicked so we dropped around into the cushion. But i have sisters like you like when people are dating someone and the sister is like an evil and his china as like a brother. I was sitting there. Thinking of my sister was like you should get this. But like i hate stasi and i just wanna i just i want this awful like does it show like like. Is this show the bat on me of the brother brother. Like what like. What do you do in that line. He was like literally he was locked in a girl fight and no well. Of course it's gonna trust. I love that was been. That's the makes me crack all time. My was bent. You need a trademark. That guy. I know right poor guy. He did the best he could. And it was a gorgeous diamond. But i didn't love the setting but like i was so grateful and it was so i was like very happy but i remember thinking. When gave it to me. That i wanted to punch to still do you still have it here. I do have it do all right. Well i do with it. Tvd so i was just gonna ask are you. Are you going to use that. Or there's been discussion bad person. I've discussed the idea of setting it for me because to reset it for her is creepy. Okay well no. I didn't know and also truth. If she's wearing my ring. I'm we'll be mad. I still a girl. I'm still caddy.

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Joe Biden speaks from Delaware, SW of Philadelphia

Bulls and Bears

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Joe Biden speaks from Delaware, SW of Philadelphia

"Starts on Inauguration Day, but with a pandemic and battered economy, he's trying to get a head start on addressing the nation's challenges CBS News correspondent Michael Georges in Wilmington, Delaware, the day after his victory speech. President elect Joe Biden attended church and stop by the grave site of his son, Beau. The people of this nation have spoken. They delivered us a clear victory. Convincing Convincing victory victory victory at at at at Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday night's night's night's night's rally. rally. rally. rally. Biden Biden Biden Biden said said said said he he he he plans plans plans plans to to to to form form form form a a a a covert covert covert covert task task task task force force force force as as as as new new new new cases cases cases cases in in in in the the the the US US US US continue continue continue continue to reach record heights.

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Biden visits Pennsylvania roots before polls close

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden visits Pennsylvania roots before polls close

"Joe Biden has been on what he calls a sentimental tour in the hours before the polls close literally home the house were biting grew up in Scranton Pennsylvania he spent several minutes inside I also stopped by his childhood church and a son beau's grave by this made winning Pennsylvania's twenty electoral votes a priority after president trump flip the state four years ago sadr mag ani Washington

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Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to VP dad

Ben Shapiro

05:10 min | Last month

Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to VP dad

"The New York Post breaks a story about Hunter Biden and Joe Biden. And essentially, the story is this 100 Biden, who is in fact a crack, and I mean he is is a drug addict. He's an unsavory character. He has several hey, has had many affairs with various different Women. He's he's amassed. 100 100. Biden is just a mess is a mess of a human being. And not Joe's fault, per se. I mean, there were lots of good parents who have a message for Children. But it is Joe's fault that Joe has allowed Hunter Biden to run across the world, picking up sacks of cash by trading on his last name. And that is 100,000 has been doing for years. Right victim. Sacks of cash in China picked up sacks of cash in Ukraine, and for a long time conservatives have been focused in on 100 Biden's activities with regard to charisma. Now the original narrative with regard a breeze must breeze. My Satan is a natural gas and oil company in Ukraine, 100 was sitting on the board of the company and picking up checks for $50,000 a month despite the fact that he didn't know anything. About natural gas or oil, despite the fact that he himself was a personal mess. The only reason he was on that board is because he was related to Joe Biden. Joe Biden was then the vice president of the United States and largely in charge of Ukrainian policy. Well, Joe Biden and bragged on tape about getting one of the chief prosecutor's over in Ukraine fired He threatened with hold $1 billion in foreign aid to Ukraine until they fired this guy. Joe Biden always claimed that it had nothing to do with Hunter. This prosecutor claimed that he was about to investigate bereavement that was the company Hunter was working for. The chain has never quite been made. So there's a lot of controversy over the over whether Victor Shokhin, who was that prosecutor was actually going to prosecute charisma. There was indeed a lot of focus on Victor Shokhin is a possible corrupt figure inside Ukraine. Lot of people in Europe wanted. See Victor Show can go as the chief prosecutor in Ukraine, Biden has always claimed that his firing of victim Victor Shokhin was on the up and up. Soaking has always claimed that it was corrupt. That controversy has been out there for quite a while. What is unchallenged is that Joe Biden's family members ranging from his brother to his son, use his name in order to make money for themselves. And that does have an element of corruption to it. Now, The best that you can say about it is that Joe Biden turned a blind eye to it. Right. And this is sort of like show has argued Joe Biden has said, Well, I didn't know about it. Nobody ever did anything. Nobody ever did anything, man. Nobody. Come on, man. Come on. I never no, no. Come on. Okay, so Here's the bombshell. The New York Post reports that 100 Biden actually brokered a meaning between a Ukrainian oligarchs who was a breeze, MMA chief member and Joe Biden directly That's what one of these emails tended to suggest. So here's the story from the New York Post 100 Biden introduce his father, then Vice President Joe Biden, top executive in the Ukrainian energy firm less than a year before the elder Biden pressure government officials into Ukraine into in Ukraine into firing a prosecutor who is investigating the company, according to emails obtained by the post. Never before revealed meeting is mentioned in a message of appreciation that are sky and an advisor to the Board of Charisma allegedly sent Hunter Biden on April 17th 2015, about a year after Hunter joined the charisma board and reported salary of up to 50 grand a month. The email reads Deer hunter. Thank you for inviting me to D C and giving an opportunity to meet your father and spend some time together. It's really an honor and a pleasure. An earlier email from May 2014. Also shows are sky reportedly bereavement number three exact asking Hunter for advice on how you could use your influence on the company's behalf. A blockbuster correspondence is The New York Post reports flies in the face of Joe Biden's claim that he has never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings. It's containing a massive from of data recovered from a laptop computer. Computer was dropped off, apparently at a repair shop in Biden's home state of Delaware in April 2019, according to the store's owner, other material extracted from the computer, including raunchy 12 Minute video that appears to show Admitted struggling with addiction problems smoking crack. Well engaged in a sex act with an unidentified woman, as well as numerous other sexually explicit images. The customer who brought in the water damage Mac book pro for a pair never paid for the service were retrieved it or a higher drive on which its contents restored, according to the shop owner who said he tried repeatedly to contact Shop owner couldn't positively identify the customer as Hunter Biden but said that the laptop for a sticker from the Beau Biden Foundation, named after hundreds of late brother and former Delaware attorney general Photos of a devil or a federal subpoena given to the Post show that both the computer and hard drive was seized by the FBI in December after the shop's owner says he alerted the feds to their existence before turning over the gear, according to the shop owner. He made a copy of the hard drive and later gave it to former Mayor Rudy Giuliani's later Barbara Costello. Steve Bannon, the former adviser to President Trump told the post about the existence of the hard drive in late September. Giuliani provided the post with a copy of it on Sunday. Less than eight months after Bashar sky thanks Hunter Biden for the introduction to his dad, the then vice president admittedly pressure Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk into getting rid of Prosecutor General Viktor Shokhin by threatening to withhold a $1 billion US loan guarantee during a December 2015 trip to Kiev by an infamously brag to the Council on Foreign Relations. I looked at them and said I'm leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired. You're not getting money.

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Presidential debate: Trump and Biden trade insults in chaotic debate

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:32 min | 2 months ago

Presidential debate: Trump and Biden trade insults in chaotic debate

"Tonight president trump and former vice president Joe Biden came face to face and then some for the first twenty twenty presidential debate we have seen our share of norm busting moments during this trump presidency during this campaign. But that debate tonight went well beyond what we have ever seen the topics ranged from the supreme court nominee to the pandemic. The night was chaotic. It was tough to watch on television. It got ugly at times featured razor sharp exchanges and personal attacks. The two hundred thousand people that have died on his watch you were here. It would be two million people. He has no plan for healthcare. He has like almost everything else. He talks about he does not have a plan. He doesn't have a plan and the fact is this man doesn't know what he's talking about. Are you willing to tell the American people tonight whether not you will support either ending the filibuster war packing whatever position I taken that that'll become the issue is order Senator Russia? Is it true that you paid seven hundred fifty dollars in federal income taxes each of those two year I've paid millions of dollars in taxes, millions of dollars of income tax, and let me just tell you. There was a story in one of the papers attacking paid through the worst. America's ever had the mayor of Moscow as wife gave you three and a half million dollars as. Deserve. Do with Peres on of this country's. Speaking of my son, the way you talk about the military, the way you talk about them being losers and being and just being suckers my son was in Iraq he spent a year there. He I got the bronze star you got a conspicuous service medal. He was not a loser. He was a patriot and the people left behind. There were heroes brilliant i. took. Up My son Beau Biden you're tied on. Are. You willing tonight to condemn white supremacists and militia groups. Do it I a give me a name. Give me A. Route Boris and right pro choice stand back and stand by but I'll tell you what I'll tell you what somebody's got to do something about Antifa and the left.

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Face-to-face anger: Trump, Biden lash, interrupt each other

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Face-to-face anger: Trump, Biden lash, interrupt each other

"The first presidential debate of twenty twenty may be remembered for the nasty exchanges and frequent interruptions as the two contenders sparred on issues gripping the country it was chaotic to the point the radical left would use president trump and former vice president Joe Biden sparred over the White House response to the deadly pandemic with Biden questioning the president everything he said so far is simply a lie I'm not here to callers lies everybody knows he's a liar they argued over racial justice protests are you in favor of law and order with president trump saying Democrats will ruin the suburbs all these dog whistles and racism not work anymore suburbs are by and large integrated and you got personal when Joe Biden brought up the Atlantic report alleging trump had besmirched U. S. forces exactly talking like how are you doing I'm talking to my son beau Biden you're talking about I don't know but I know how grown hunter got thrown out of the military they clashed over mail in balloting to with Biden saying he would accept the outcome of the race once the votes are certified hi Jackie Quinn

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Face-to-face anger: Trump, Biden lash, interrupt each other

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Face-to-face anger: Trump, Biden lash, interrupt each other

"The first presidential debate of twenty twenty may be remembered for the nasty exchanges and frequent interruptions as the two contenders sparred on issues gripping the country it was chaotic to the point the radical left would use president trump and former vice president Joe Biden sparred over the White House response to the deadly pandemic with Biden questioning the president everything he said so far is simply a lie I'm not here to callers lies everybody knows he's a liar they argued over racial justice protests are you in favor of law and order with president trump saying Democrats will ruin the suburbs all these dog whistles and racism not work anymore suburbs are by and large integrated and you got personal when Joe Biden brought up the Atlantic report alleging trump had besmirched U. S. forces exactly talking like how are you doing I'm talking to my son beau Biden you're talking about I don't know but I know how grown hunter got thrown out of the military they clashed over mail in balloting to with Biden saying he would accept the outcome of the race once the votes are certified hi Jackie Quinn

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Reporter Jeffrey Goldberg Addresses Trump’s “Loser” Remarks, Talks Using Anonymous Sources

All In with Chris Hayes

09:31 min | 2 months ago

Reporter Jeffrey Goldberg Addresses Trump’s “Loser” Remarks, Talks Using Anonymous Sources

"It has been a rough Labor Day weekend and the trump. White House where officials are absolutely full out freaking out about Thursday. Night's report in the Atlantic that trump had characterized Americans who died in war losers and suckers trump has spent the past four days repeatedly nine the story marshalling all kinds of people to. Come forward to knock it down he insisted today the quote an animal would say thing that the White House trotted out figures like Sarah Sanders who we know is lied to reporters multiple times to claim the report isn't true because they were there when trump didn't say the terrible things he allegedly said take they're hoping you don't think about that formulation too much. The main problem for the White House here is that the evidence supporting the story is pretty obvious and clear and almost overwhelming to anyone not inside the trump reality distortion bubble. The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg reported that trump cancelled a visit to an American military cemetery near Paris back in two thousand eighteen partially because he worried his hair would become disheveled in the rain and partially because he did not respect the American war dead interred there. In a conversation with senior staff members on the morning of the schedule visit trump said, why should I go to that cemetery? It's filled with losers in a separate conversation on the same trip trump preferred to the more than eighteen hundred marines who lost their lives at Bellawood as suckers for getting killed. Now, the sources in the story are anonymous you know anonymous sources are not as. Good. As name sources when you're evaluating something, but it doesn't mean that the claims came in on some anonymous tip line that no one knows where they came from. It means a reporter in this case, Jeffrey Goldberg spoke to people directly interviewed them and has agreed not to identify them in the story Jeffrey. Goldberg, will be here with me to talk about that in just a moment. His initial story has now been confirmed in part or in its entirety by reporters at. All okay. Remarkably a correspondent at Fox News included in that lineup whom trump promptly called on the network to fire. Some of those corroborating stories included even more damning details about the president like this one from the Washington Post quote the president told senior advisors that he didn't understand why the US government plays such value on finding soldiers missing in action because they had performed poorly and gotten caught and deserve what they got and this from the New York Times people familiar Mr Trump's private conversations saying he has long scorned those who served in Vietnam as being too dumb to have gotten out of it as he did through medical diagnosis of bone spurs in his heels. Back in two thousand, nineteen trump's former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen testified the trump admitted to faking those bonds first telling cone quote you think I'm stupid I wasn't going to Vietnam. There's even more evidence that trump view soldiers at stupid or suckers Mary trump the president's knees wrote in a recent book that trump and threatened to disown his eldest son if don Jr. joined the military. She also says that her own Father Fred trump junior was mocked by donald trump because he fred trump junior decided to join the US air. National. Guard quote my father was frequently ridiculed for his career choices and disparaged for serving our country by both his father and by his brother Donald. Then, there's the fact that pretty much none of trump's top military officials past and present are backing the president up. I mean you really can't find anyone who's stepping forward to defend his character save he would never say anything like that they aren't disputing the story instead that's been left talking heads and former flax and loyalists. That's maybe not a huge surprise because trump allegedly said about all US servicemembers, hues very closely to what he said back in two thousand fifteen about one particular veteran Senator John McCain. War here or euro he's a war hero years he's a war hero presumes captured. I like people that weren't captured. Okay I hate to. John. McCain was prisoner of war in Vietnam for five years host. Donald Trump avoided that war had a different experience in an interview in the nineties. He characterized his efforts to avoid transmitted diseases while sleeping with numerous women as quote, my personal Vietnam. An. Event with Union members today Joe Biden lambasted the president's comments an invoked zone Sun Beau who served in Iraq and then died from a brain tumor in two thousand fifteen. Those of served. Risk, their lives even gave their lives, our nation losers suckers. He's our heroes. Tell you something. My Bowl wasn't loser. For A sucker if that's I, talk about our veterans, you have no business being president of the United States of America. What's being entered into the record here to take a step back and look at all the evidence about Donald Trump. Shocking. Morally offensive. It's not surprising. It's about what we have come to expect. But. One big question that keeps pulling on my shoulders. Why are we learning about this now? What does it mean that we are? For more on that and the fallout from his incredible reporting joined by Jeffrey Goldberg He's the Editor in chief of the Atlantic and I jeff, maybe I start a little bit with. The reaction to this story from the White House you. There are stories that come out all the time about the president that are fairly scandalous incredibly scandalous. And one time they said it's fake news and they swatted away or the new cycle moved on, they do seem particularly freaked out. About this reporting. An particularly intent on attacking it what what is your sort of reading of the last three or four days of their reaction? Well he's a good question. First thing I would say is that. This is not an attack on these are not reports of an attack on site immigrants or black people or or something like that we expect from Donald Trump and something that his base might actually help him with his base. This could hurt him with his with his base You know the the the second thing is I. Think there's a lot of. Nervousness in the White House and again I won't I'm not commenting on anything having to do with my sourcing or other reporter's saw sourcing Fox. Washington Post whatever. I'm you know there's a there's a deep hostility and mistrust in the White House of. Current and former generals people who lead the military. We saw that today Donald Trump did something that I. I've never seen before he attacked his own a service chiefs. He attacked his own leaders of the Armed Forces on call? Them. I mean, even in the even in this sort of an Tasma, we are twenty twenty race that's still something but I think it has to do with the fact that This is the kind of accusation that sounds believable in also goes directly to. A core constituency that Donald trump obviously needs to Keep energized come November. Yeah we we should note that there's there's been polling of of active duty servicemembers in which he's he's underwater with them There's been an interesting sort of officer enlisted split, but he's been losing ground even with a enlisted members. He's gone for a net positive nine points and Net net net negative twelve points. You can see that there. That's the latest military times pulling. You just mentioned what he said today was pretty remarkable. Briefly, sort of like channeling kind of like left anti-imperialism vis-a-vis his own service chiefs although it's completely like made up and fabricated because he. In the next breath, he's constantly bragging about how big the Pentagon budget is and how Raytheon is making off like a bandit. So but I wanNA play that clip just to get your response to it take a listen to what he said. I'm not saying that military in love with me to soldiers are the top people in the Pentagon probably aren't because they want to do nothing but fight wars so that all of those wonderful companies that make the bombs and make the planes and everything else they. Happy. But we're getting out of the endless wars you know how we're doing. But here's the thing Jeff. They're not this drives me insane the where we have expanded our footprint, we've expanded bombings all the theaters, and this is an absolute con-. This idea that the Great Antiwar Donald Trump has some revolt on his hands on the generals. As, you will know the generals are usually more hesitant to go to war than not usually often more has to go to war than than civilian leaders for some obvious reasons. No, this was remarkable i. mean he sort of channeling. Start Sixty Bob Dylan lyrics here I pointed out on a show media today it's It's quite remarkable given that tomorrow there's a pretty good chance that he'll brag about how much money he's spending on military hardware, and of course, as you know, he's deeply transactional in love it when when foreign countries by our military equipment. So if you're looking for consistency in that particular clip, you're you're looking forward it in the wrong place it doesn't make sense in any kind of traditional understanding of of politics.

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Trump continues counterattack on military comments

The Daily Dive

03:11 min | 2 months ago

Trump continues counterattack on military comments

"Joining us now is Ginger Gibson Deputy Washington digital editor at NBC News thanks for joining US Ginger. Back. Let's talk about some of the fallout from these comments that were attributed to president trump about the military. There's a story in the Atlantic by Jeffrey. Goldberg and he tells a couple of stories. One of them was from two thousand eighteen when he was going to visit a World War One cemetery in France that got canceled in that article, he said that you know, why should I go to that cemetery is filled with losers. He called some of the Marines at died suckers and the rest of the article goes on to. Talk about how he always didn't get along with John McCain words it. He says there, how would these comments played out? What's been the reaction to this so far? Let's start just from the beginning and make clear that trump has vehemently denied the descriptions and accounts that are in that article, some of his aides who were with them on that trip to France have. Also. Denied the accounts that are in this article insisting that he is a supporter of the troops but putting that aside, the descriptions that are in this article are just really detrimental to the president and to the positions that he's taken as someone who is such a supporter in cheerleader for American troops and I think what's clear here too is that he's not talking about. Military members all of these being losers who are who are actively engaged in warfare. He's talking about the ones who've been captured who have died who have been injured sort of people. He thinks that let the best be got them at war, which is really at odds with sort of what we as Americans view the way that people who sacrificed in our military arm. But the interesting thing with all of this is that there was not just the Atlantic there was other news agencies that independently confirmed some of this stuff fox. News Jennifer Griffin she also confirmed a lot of these details. and. As you mentioned the president obviously still saying that he denies all of this stuff but there are a lot of people that have confirmed the so far. That's right. We have seen other news organizations provide some confirmation of the remarks, the losers in the suckers remarks, and you know there are some aides that could have disputed this for example, General Kelly at one point in the article describes an exchange with the president at Arlington Cemetery General Kelly Son who died in Iraq is buried is not heard from General Kelly disputing this account. So there are those who say that there's of evidence. At this is an accurate account and on a political standpoint, we've seen Democrats really tried to run with this fighting campaign was quick to start having veterans come out and criticize the president for this remarks, Vice President Biden, himself who son Beau Biden who has since died of cancer and Iraq they cut advertisements very quickly describing the the remarks that are in this this. So it was clear from at least their vantage point that they saw this as a pretty devastating account of the president, and as you mentioned, you know the president has been a pretty vocal cheerleader of the military throughout. His presidency. So we'll see if this damages him in any way politically but we'll just leave it at that for now

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Trump: Americans Who Died in War Are ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers’

Science Friday

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Trump: Americans Who Died in War Are ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers’

"New reporting from the Atlantic details several instances in which unnamed sources say President Trump disparage the U. S military members. The president calls the reporting false. NPR's Daniel Kurtz, Leben reports. Democratic rival Joe Biden blasted Trump during an address on Friday in a speech planned as a response to the August jobs report. Biden started by addressing the article, which alleged that Trump had called Americans who died in war suckers and losers. These statements are true. President should humbly apologize. Every gold star mother and father. Every blue star family. And he's denigrated and sold it. Who the heck does he think he is? By then added that this may be the closest he's come this campaign toe losing his temper, and he invoked the memory of his late son, Beau, who served in Iraq with the Army National Guard

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Trump panned over reports he called US war dead 'losers'

PBS NewsHour

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Trump panned over reports he called US war dead 'losers'

"William Branham reports on the fallout intensifying today over an article that alleges President Trump made disparaging remarks about U. S troops. It's a fake story, and it's a disgrace that they're allowed to do it. President Trump is firing back after a report in the Atlantic magazine and later confirmed by multiple news organizations, said the president several times called fallen American servicemembers, losers and suckers in the Oval Office today, the president again flatly denied ever making the comments. And instead touted military spending under his administration. There's nobody that considers the military and especially people that have given their lives in the military to be the heroes. Who the heck does he think he is his Democratic opponent, former vice President Joe Biden, whose own son, Beau, served in Iraq. Called the reported comments deplorable. But my son volunteered, enjoying the United States military as the attorney general. I went to Iraq for a year. Won the Bronze Star. Another commendations. He wasn't a sucker secretary of state Mike Pompeo, who was on a 2018 trip to Paris when the president allegedly made some of these comments. Told Fox News. He doesn't remember them have never heard the president used the language. Those certainly has said in that article. But going back to his 2016 campaign, Mr Trump has had a complicated relationship with the military theme. He's often praised those with military experience and has had many working with him in the White House. But other times he's questioned their service. Like his widely criticized comments about Senator John McCain, who was tortured and imprisoned for more than five years during the Vietnam War, a war hero. I like people that weren't captured President Trump overwhelmingly one among veterans in 2016, But since then, his approval rating among members of the military has dropped to 38% in a new poll from Military times. With two months until Election Day. Mr Biden has a four point advantage with thes voters.

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Biden slams Trump over alleged comments mocking US war dead

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Biden slams Trump over alleged comments mocking US war dead

"Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is slamming president Donald Trump over alleged comments mocking US war dead the comments published in the Atlantic include the president in twenty eighteen calling World War one dead at an American military cemetery in France losers and soccer's Joe Biden says the president is unfit always caution not to lose my temper this may be as close as I've come Biden says if the comments are true the president should humbly apologize Biden mentioned his late son beau he volunteered to go to coast of all lore is going on as a civilian he won the soccer president trump denied he made the comments it was a terrible thing that somebody could say the kind of things and especially to me because I've done more for the military then almost anybody else when he first heard about the Atlantic report the president said what animal would say such a thing at Donahue Washington

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Inside the grueling VP search that led Joe Biden to Kamala Harris

Cyber Talk Radio

06:13 min | 3 months ago

Inside the grueling VP search that led Joe Biden to Kamala Harris

"Political news this week. Former Vice President Joe Biden has picked Senator Kamala Harris to be his running mate, and even though she was seen as a front runner from the beginning, the process to get there was unusual and laborious. There was 11 finalists involved a panel of lawyers and tough questions all around for more on how we got the biting Harris ticket will speak to Michael Shearer, national political reporter at The Washington Post, the first Black Association of Major Party ticket and the first California since Ronald Reagan. I think we've got to give Nixon and Reagan there. Do you know for a few decades back anyway? This process began was Joe Biden saying, I want to pick a woman for this role, and they drew up a list of more than 20 names. And cast a pretty broad net for that person. But I had a panel of four people helping them. Those people interviewed each of more than 20 people with basically a questionnaire. The same set of questions for each person questions like what would your agenda be? If your vice president what do you think Donald Trump's nickname for You would be presented those findings to Joe Biden and his wife, Jill. In a meeting and the vice president all adopt in one on one conversations with members of this group, and then they narrowed that list down to 11. Basically, finalists who were then subjected to a much more invasive and deeper betting for each of those 11 finalists. There was individually interview that was conducted In the last nine days by the vice president is a team of between 12 and 15 attorneys were assigned to each person to that, basically, everything they've done in their life. You know all public records on public speeches, all controversies. Financial matters. You name it. Everything you've done. You are asked to disclose to the vetting committee to discuss to explain your spouse's records also were subjected to scrutiny and in that process ended earlier this week when The former vice president. When with Campbell Harris and up to the end, I think it was some suspense is ironic, and that this was enormously laborious process and he ended up with a lot of people thought we were gonna end up from the beginning and it didn't change my common. Harris is probably the front runner of the front runner for the job when this all started and ended up with a job. Exactly, And there's all these little bumps along the way, you know, like with the debate where she nailed him on some race issues, and you know, he really did have to hold the heart not holding any lingering grudges, you know, and and in the end, he could make the right choice for him, But I want to go back to something you said, beginning where all the candidates were given the questions and their initial interviews. What do you think Donald Trump's nickname for you would be, and that's Actually such an important question right there, because that's what the president does. He markets you in a specific way in a negative way so that people won't trust you are what not so having that kind of foresight into how the president would attack you is so important. And for Kamala Harris She's kind of tough person a pigeonhole. She's a black woman. She's also Indian American woman. She's the daughter of immigrants. There's a lot of stuff in her background. That's gonna be tough. Just a pinpoint on her, So I'm sure that also fared into why she was chosen. I think I think there's a couple parts of that question. One is kind work out how the president attack each of these people, but the other part of how they will respond to the attack. I think one of the things with the interviewers were trying to get from that question is How prepared and how self aware. Are these candidates for what they're about to go through? If they are picked for this job, people involved in processing comma Harris would just come through the primary. She's one of the only Candidates here would actually gone through the whole primary process, which is itself a very grueling job interview, performed very well in the initial meeting was very confidence knew exactly what she was about to get understanding of policy and was compelling for the people who are talking with her, so I think it was something she passes by there from the start of this process, has said he didn't hold grudges. From the primary process, And as you said comma, Harris went after him effectively and very frontally in one of those early debates, and when she questioned his relationship with segregation of Sanders and says she's been personally offended by the fact that he had opposed Forced busing programs by the federal government. But their relationship actually did not begin there. She had been very close with Beau Biden, who remains Joe Biden sort of emotional load star here, his son who died of cancer two years ago, They had both been attorneys general together at the same time had been friends had worked together on big cases, and they knew each other there. There are also times sort of behind the scenes on the campaign trail. Including one moment in October, where Biden and Heresies entourage found themselves in the same private airport hangar area, and Joe Biden her way with a certain walk away and spend some time with each other. So I think they felt They had a pretty good relationship with each other. That had transcended that, and we see that in this choice goes bad feeling cleaner and the issue of race because he initially said a long time. Well, yeah, I'm gonna pick a woman. I commit to that. But then, increasingly, as the process started going, it seemed like the push for him to put a woman of color started increasing and there was a lot of different women of different ethnicities on his short list. But this kind of also was the thing that was looming throughout the process. Yeah, I think it's built throughout the process. Time This process began the George Floyd and that has not happened in Minneapolis. There weren't these protests around the country and over the course of the summer, more and more groups came out more and more public letters written Jo by themselves, was taking private meetings with black officials consulting allies of his were telling him. It's really important for you to pick a black woman here. And you know, While the campaign maintains that that was not the reason Harris was picked its structure, the environment in which the decision was made, and I think, arguably if he had gone with a white woman like Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts senator or Michigan, gonna graduate. There would have been a backlash in the base of the party that I wouldn't have to deal with Michael Scherer, national political reporter at The Washington Post. Thank you very much for joining

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Biden VP Pick: Kamala Harris to Join Biden in Delaware

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Biden VP Pick: Kamala Harris to Join Biden in Delaware

"The campaign trail today with his newly announced running mates. He in California Senator Kamala Harris, appearing together in Biden's home state of Delaware, ahead of Ah, virtual fundraiser tonight, The Biden campaign has released a video of what you might call their political proposal moment. First of all is the answer. Yes. The answer's work. I am ready to do this with you for you. I just I'm just deeply honored and very excited. Never, too were once rivals, of course, and Harris made headlines with some sharp criticism of Biden during the Democratic primaries. But she later became a vocal supporter of the former vice president correspondent are Let Sainz explains something else that apparently help bring the two together. Harris shared a special relationship with job Eden's son, Beau Biden. They both served alongside each other is as attorneys general in their home states and developed a close relationship from that. Biden, in making his announcement, actually noted the fact that he valued those opinions and that that was a factor that played into his decision making process. Beau Biden died of brain cancer five years ago at age 46. Ah Harris makes history is the first African American woman and the first American of Indian descent to be nominated on a major party's presidential ticket. Pundits say her mixed race heritage has allowed her to connect with multiple audiences. Harris was elected to the U. S Senate in 2016 after serving his California's attorney general, and Delaware Senator Chris Kun says he was impressed with her when first running for his Senate says she was compelling. She was engaging. She's funny, and she's warm. She is capable of being both a very tough questioner in the Judiciary Committee, going after Attorney general Bar or Attorney general sessions on then she's equally capable of being warm and engaging, an upbeat She's someone who will be terrific to campaign with and to govern with. Harris ran for the Democratic nomination herself but left the race before voting began as she struggled to raise money. Perhaps the most notable moment of her campaign was when she criticized Biden during a debate for his past opposition to school busing. Biden Harris expected to make remarks

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"beau" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

06:47 min | 5 months ago

"beau" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Okay. The way that worked was I was hired to do that. Record and Alice just had a guitar player. we called Empower Bob Robert. ACIS. And so Alice said. Can you I'm going to need rhythm rhythm section so I? Said Okay I got the guys and Kit played. The record and Alice loved him and Alice being the gentleman that he is, he came to me and he asked my permission if he could ask him to join the band and I said, listen I i. don't have any any. Control over what kept does I'm sure he would love the opportunity to go and play with you, so that's how that happened. So and and again I'm just jumping around here a little bit, but these are things always wanted to ask you about so you also had a band called spider correct. Spider was with Holly Knight, the very accomplished writer of everything in the world. Holly quit after that first record and the band changed this name to Shanghai and I became Holly Knight, and the band moved to Chrysalis records and we did one. Record that failed magnificently on Chris. Bob Rock as the engineer and Bruce Fairburn was the producer. Oh Wow so because holly was on my show. Recently, we had a great conversation. I didn't. I didn't know that you actually replaced her. Anton fig was in that band to right. Yes! Okay, so it was aunt and it was Anton still in when you did it. Yes. Okay, so and and it was the original spider band everybody with the exception of me. Okay and that ban was managed by Bitcoin. Yes. What were your experiences like with bill? Who is sort of? People said sort of like p.t Barnum type character especially at that point I. Imagine he was still involved with kiss. Yeah! He had two floors in the Pan Ocean building in Manhattan. He had huge staff Yeah, Bill definitely lived life to the fullest. That's for that's for sure. And And he was, he had Billy Squire and a couple of other groups, so we were the baby baby baby band. was He was a trip for sure. That's what everybody says I mean. I met him a couple of times before he passed away, but the artists that I've talked to who managed of all, said similar things I wanted to also ask you about a kicks one of the guys that was always in my. You're saying you gotTa talk to Bo is the current Bass player, Mark Shankar. Who I know you worked with on this Remix, a blow my fuse, but you did midnight dynamite for them. Your thoughts on that band. Well, they they along with D Snyder, and the guys from Europe they're they're my F- my very good friends and I talked to mark probably once or twice a week, and absolutely love those guys and I've been out to see him a couple of times on the road and you know Steven. He just brings it. That's all I can say I mean this guy does not does not disappoint. And takes it very seriously. And I absolutely just loved working with those guys. I don't even know how we had time to make the record. All we were doing was laughing the whole time. Yeah there's still a very potent band. Steve Whiteman is just a seemingly ageless, and how much effort and work he puts into, keep keeping his voice and himself in shape. It really is a great testament to what they do I'm I'm so glad that they're out there. I mean it's been a good ten years now. I think that they got active again, but it's great to see them out there doing stuff again. Yeah. Well they were called funny money for a million years, and I kept fussing mark and I said man you guys got to resurrect kicks, and in after probably two or three years of me, just driving him crazy, he finally went and he he was lobbying along with me for the rest of the guys in the band. Look, let's just get past the past. Let's resurrect the Franchise let's go out. His kicks and I'm so glad they did. And you did an album for twisted sister, and that was originally supposed to be a snyder solo album. It ended up coming out into the name twisted sister, and it was sort of the the wheels were coming off for them at the time, but that was love for soccer's. What's your recollection of doing that? Again working with De. Will you know? He's a tremendously smart guy. Be He's an. He is a totally untapped talent. And I loved working with him. And loved his sense of humor, and and it was. It was just a a pleasant situation for me all the way around. Get to know him and his family and and just being a part of that and I was really disappointed that the didn't do better than it did, but as you said, the wheels were beginning to come off off of the bus genre. Genre, central and you know timing just wasn't right. But. was there an artist I? Always ask when they talked to producers this. Is there somebody that you worked with a record that you produced or an artist? You work with at some capacity. Were you swore it was going to be big and that they were going to just breakthrough in this is going to be only the. Big things he ever did and it tanked like. Is there something out there that you would tell people listening that? Maybe they haven't heard of that. You produced or worked on that. They should check out that you thought should've went the distance. Yeah It wasn't Atlantic Act, called Black Bambi. And I don't know if the record was actually released, it was released. It was released in to a very minimal. Audience. But that was. That was a record that that I thought. We were very excited about. And, you know there were label and management differences and so. That thing kind of tower itself to pieces before it ever really had a chance to get out there. was there anybody in that band has gone on to other things that.

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"beau" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

09:59 min | 5 months ago

"beau" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Well Full disclosure The guys from rat wanted Tom alum to do the record. Which is fair enough? Because I had no track record, they didn't know me from not whole. WHO THE HELL's Bow Hill! and. It was doug. That went to rats manager Marshall Borough. nephew of Milton Berle. And and said This guy's doing your record or I'm not signing the band. And so that. That kind of is how the whole thing began. And you know it was a love hate relationship with those guys. And I certainly had to earn. Earn their trust to whatever degree I ever got it. and. You know and they. They really made me work for it. And again. I have no hard feelings about that because they should have I, you know. How did they know what I was GonNa? do or what I wasn't GonNa do. and. You know it was. When we would go into pre-production, which is kind of how? How I did it I mean I really made the record in pre production rehearsals so when we went to the studio, it was kind of it was more just documentation. Then, trying to you know. Fix The world and fix the songs. Communists thought well. If we don't, we're not ready to go in the studio. If we don't know what the Hell we're doing. We shouldn't be wasting time and money in the studio, trying to figure it out. And When when we were in pre production and I would make suggestion. Lively, so you know I I would. Normally I would get. At least some degree of pushback on almost every single thing that I said. and. You know when it was just one of those. Challenges that I just had to get past it. And figure out a way that I could. Get the most out of them and get the most out of me. in a kind of a challenging situation. Well I mean it's no secret and anybody that looks at the track. Record of that ban knows there's been a ton of over overhaul and changes, and and right now the band is currently constituted is just Stephen and Juan. Warren is not part of it anymore. There's been a lot you know I've had friends managed them and been in and out, and there's been a lot of you know. Push pull without band, right? You know constantly seems their their whole history. It sounding like even back then in their earliest days working with them. It was pretty much even happening then without the accurate. That would be absolutely one hundred percent accurate. WAS A lot. Okay? My my perception is and I'm only using perception to be polite. is that there is always a certain degree of. Conflict internally within the band and I think a lot of it was. Was Song writer driven? So. Without. Specifying who I mean, everybody in the band thought they were the best writer and everybody else in the band was absolute crap. And, so the every record that I did with them. I always wound up pissing somebody off because it was up to me to pick the songs. and. I all I mean I knew somebody's GonNa, be mad at me. 'cause I'M NOT GONNA pick their song. And so so that was sort of the backdrop of every single record that we did. It was that. Let me, let me jump in there. Real quick because that's an interesting point about that. We songwriting is always a huge huge splinter for a lotta bands, but it was a driven over ego of having the credit, or was it driven over the business of having the publishing. Business set up like you know as as you well know some dancer equal no matter who writes in some you don't get anything unless you're a writer, so do. Do you think a lot of that? At the time was driven over control of money, or was it just over posturing? Both. Both and I and I. Yes, and I know that for a fact. So you know because the disparity was pretty was pretty apparent. And you know certain guys in the band. They weren't they weren't shy about. Flaunting yet, so you know after a while it became, it became a real source of irritation. And, it was something it was one of the things about working with rat that I dreaded. Every single time was trying to keep peace in the family and do my job. and. Select the material that I thought was going to represent the ban the best. So? It was a little bit of A. It was a little bit of an issue. When you first heard, round and round. Did you know that it was going to be this? Enduring Song that as we sit today and the year twenty twenty is being featured in insurance commercial. Even though it's not your recording career record clearly, but did you know that it was going that? It was going to be a song that had that sort of quality to it. No. And as a matter of fact, it was one of the songs that I struggled with the most on the record and I without getting, too. Technical about it, when the when the band played the song, it went to well round and round, and it had that giant hole in that. Big Rest. Which bugged me because? The song had a good energy level and every single time that they went to that break. It pulled the energy down getting ready to go into the chorus, and it made me crazy. And, so I am I am I lobbied like crazy. Hey, guys, let's do this in that whole. nope won't do it. Let's do this and that whole. NOPE, that's a bad idea. Let's do this. Are you crazy? Blah, BLAH! Blah, so anyway, they they summarily shot down. Every single thing that I thought. I could use to propel the energy up into the chorus. than. Into that break. And, so I got in the habit of. Going into the studio quite early in the morning just by myself. And because. Sometimes the chaos level was just a little bit more than I could deal with and it couldn't I just? Couldn't be very creative. The way that I make a record. When You try and idea. The idea always sucks until it doesn't, and you have to have that space to be able to experiment and try all the things that won't work to get you to the thing that will work if you understand what I'm saying. And it was during one of those sessions. That I, got this weird idea of doing the reverse echo, and maybe I could artificially still in that whole. And maybe I could sell that to the ban since it wasn't. I didn't really change anything. I just used what was existing. Presented it in a different way. And initially. It was met with tremendous skepticism. You know the guys were like what what was that? Something happened. Something's wrong. And I was like well. You know, let's. Let's live with it for a little while and see what what it does. and. I didn't think that was going to be a single at all. And the and the way that it became single again. This is not a fishing story. Morris? Son Walter. Had heard the record and he was nine years old at the time. He was wandering around the house going. Do. And and that was it so if Walter nine years old? Third, the whole record latched onto that one little piece. Doug around that you're single. And I was like you've gotta be kidding me man. That's not the best of the writings that I don't care that you're single. And that's how president of the labels kid is nine years old. That's how the big decisions get made. That's awesome. That's that's. That's how that big decision got made. Yeah, yeah, hey i. want to again just in the interest of time because we'll do more at another time because I, only have two top of the hour. I WanNa talk to you about so much, and we do the whole. I'm sure the whole show on rat alone, but I want to move onto another banned from the eighties era that you work with it had great success, and of course their principal songwriter and singer is no longer with US unfortunately, and that's warrant and. Janey, lane is. Talking about, is there. Singer got to ask you about warrant because? and. You're the guy that could clear this up. I had heard I've heard for years now along the wire that on the early warrant records, and this is not uncommon, a lot of bands of done this where producers have brought in additional players to play on the records and fill things out and help out whether it be guitars, vocals, certain parts where the bench just not accomplished enough at their early stages to deliver what the producer wants heard that a lot about the first, especially the first warrant album, can you? Can you.

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"beau" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"beau" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Okay as I mentioned to interviews for you this week we get started first with producer Beau Hill after that, you'll hear from Guitarist Adrian Vandenberg, but first my conversation with bow hill about some of the great records he produced, and some great behind the scene stories about those records. He's I on the Eddie Trunk podcast enjoy. Bo! How are you? I'm great. Thanks for having me on great. Thank you ma'am. Thank you, Sir! Thanks for taking the time. So I guess before we get into your history and some of the old older stuff that you've done which records I'd love to ask you about and bands you worked with I'd love to ask about. Let me ask you what you do these days. Let's get to the current times for Bow Hill, because I know most recently. Your name came on my radar again from our mutual friend Mark Schenker and I know you remixed the kicks album. Blow my fuse, which you originally did not produce, so you're still in the game to some degree mixing and doing some production where <hes>. <hes>. Primarily just just mixing in it <hes> it. It came about of a weird cottage industry. My <hes> my wife. Several years ago was bugging me to put up a website and I was going. Oh Man I don't WanNa do that that just it just, didn't it? Kinda made my skin. Call a little bit. And but anyway I I gave in after a while. And then all of a sudden I started getting contacted by bands from around the world that I had never heard of never met never spoken to they just they reached out through via the website and said you know. Hey, we've got. We're having some troubles with this particular song. Could you help us out? Or could you mix it for us? Or what have you and I said sure, and so then they went back and told their friends that were in bands, and then they contacted me and then before I, know it I've got this unintended consequence. Putting up my website, and now all of a sudden. You know I'm I'm. Mixing five o'clock in the morning and <hes> am I keep doing it. 'cause I just love doing it. It was there a time both were you completely checked out of the business? Did you completely drop out of the music industry at any point? Well. Maybe, yeah, maybe for a for a little while there was <hes>. And then, and then this happened. I mean you know I've always. Had My <hes>, my my big toe and if you will <hes>. But. You know I've certainly over the. Course of years you know I've bought and sold a couple of other businesses and done some things to. Keep me busy and keep things moving forward, but <HES>. You Know Music and mixing primarily these days is truly my passion. The production aspect of making records now. Is. As you know a million miles away from where was back in the day <hes>? But you know right now it's a it's labor of love that I just enjoyed nine. Yeah I was GONNA. Ask You about that because you said you're more on the mixing end of it. Versus the production side of course back in the in the eighties with all these records and bands that you'd worked with you doing it all. You're producing as well. Why did that end of it sort of go away for you? And why did you gravitate more towards the mixing stage versus producing? It was I. It's primarily <hes>. <hes> monetary. Monetarily driven <hes>. Most bands can't afford to have a producer. Let alone afford to go into a proper studio, so a lot of a lot of guys are in the digital universe now. And they make records in their garage or in their basement or wherever they can and. Then at the end of the day, you know they can still have a little bit of budget. Leftover to you know. Have somebody like me. Come in. And <hes> you know. Put The final touches on what it. Is it difficult because I have a lot of friends that mix and produce, but and they'll tell me when they're brought in just to mix something. It can be difficult if the stuff wasn't produced well or recorded well initially that it can be a real nightmare, and it can be almost impossible to work with sometimes. Do you run into that or do you sort of that that out before? You agree to mix something now. <hes> I kinda vet that out, and and I'll be the first one to <hes>. If somebody sends a song, and if it's either so poorly recorded, or if it's just you know garbage in garbage out. Names go on. It <hes> I. would just as soon you know? Send the project back and just with deepest regrets and say hey. I'm really sorry, but I don't I. Don't think that <hes>. That this up my alley. And <hes>. And then kind of beg off that way.

Beau Hill And Adrian Vandenberg

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

05:10 min | 5 months ago

Beau Hill And Adrian Vandenberg

"Okay as I mentioned to interviews for you this week we get started first with producer Beau Hill after that, you'll hear from Guitarist Adrian Vandenberg, but first my conversation with bow hill about some of the great records he produced, and some great behind the scene stories about those records. He's I on the Eddie Trunk podcast enjoy. Bo! How are you? I'm great. Thanks for having me on great. Thank you ma'am. Thank you, Sir! Thanks for taking the time. So I guess before we get into your history and some of the old older stuff that you've done which records I'd love to ask you about and bands you worked with I'd love to ask about. Let me ask you what you do these days. Let's get to the current times for Bow Hill, because I know most recently. Your name came on my radar again from our mutual friend Mark Schenker and I know you remixed the kicks album. Blow my fuse, which you originally did not produce, so you're still in the game to some degree mixing and doing some production where Primarily just just mixing in it it. It came about of a weird cottage industry. My my wife. Several years ago was bugging me to put up a website and I was going. Oh Man I don't WanNa do that that just it just, didn't it? Kinda made my skin. Call a little bit. And but anyway I I gave in after a while. And then all of a sudden I started getting contacted by bands from around the world that I had never heard of never met never spoken to they just they reached out through via the website and said you know. Hey, we've got. We're having some troubles with this particular song. Could you help us out? Or could you mix it for us? Or what have you and I said sure, and so then they went back and told their friends that were in bands, and then they contacted me and then before I, know it I've got this unintended consequence. Putting up my website, and now all of a sudden. You know I'm I'm. Mixing five o'clock in the morning and am I keep doing it. 'cause I just love doing it. It was there a time both were you completely checked out of the business? Did you completely drop out of the music industry at any point? Well. Maybe, yeah, maybe for a for a little while there was And then, and then this happened. I mean you know I've always. Had My my my big toe and if you will But. You know I've certainly over the. Course of years you know I've bought and sold a couple of other businesses and done some things to. Keep me busy and keep things moving forward, but You Know Music and mixing primarily these days is truly my passion. The production aspect of making records now. Is. As you know a million miles away from where was back in the day But you know right now it's a it's labor of love that I just enjoyed nine. Yeah I was GONNA. Ask You about that because you said you're more on the mixing end of it. Versus the production side of course back in the in the eighties with all these records and bands that you'd worked with you doing it all. You're producing as well. Why did that end of it sort of go away for you? And why did you gravitate more towards the mixing stage versus producing? It was I. It's primarily monetary. Monetarily driven Most bands can't afford to have a producer. Let alone afford to go into a proper studio, so a lot of a lot of guys are in the digital universe now. And they make records in their garage or in their basement or wherever they can and. Then at the end of the day, you know they can still have a little bit of budget. Leftover to you know. Have somebody like me. Come in. And you know. Put The final touches on what it. Is it difficult because I have a lot of friends that mix and produce, but and they'll tell me when they're brought in just to mix something. It can be difficult if the stuff wasn't produced well or recorded well initially that it can be a real nightmare, and it can be almost impossible to work with sometimes. Do you run into that or do you sort of that that out before? You agree to mix something now. I kinda vet that out, and and I'll be the first one to If somebody sends a song, and if it's either so poorly recorded, or if it's just you know garbage in garbage out. Names go on. It I. would just as soon you know? Send the project back and just with deepest regrets and say hey. I'm really sorry, but I don't I. Don't think that That this up my alley. And And then kind of beg off that way.

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"beau" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

11:52 min | 8 months ago

"beau" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello words welcome to another episode of the podcast called the dictionary. Yeah I'm still at home. I'm working from home This is I'm taking a little break in the middle of the day My wife works from home so she can hear everything that I'm saying and usually I'm alone when I do this unless I have a guest who is actively involved so this is very weird to me. so let's just get through the words real fast all right. The first word is it. Looks French it is bose jest. I think that's how it's pronounced. I Word B. e. a. You Second Word G. E. S. T. And it looks like it's pronounced jest because the pronunciation guide is spelled Z. H. E. S. T. This is a noun from nine thousand nine hundred one a graceful or magnanimous gesture number two and ingratiating conciliatory gesture. Yeah this is friendship literally means beautiful gesture. Bow just Next we have Boko ideal beau ideal stewards. Same first word as the last one. Second Word is I D A L. This is a noun from seventeen. Eighty six the perfect type or model again. This is French. Bow Ideal and it means ideal beauty. Now we have. The word Beaujolais Capital B. E. J. L I S. I spent a lot of these because You know not everybody's familiar with French word so you might WanNa know how to spell it. This is a noun from eighteen. Thirty six a light fruity red. Burgundy wine made from the Gamay. Grape gamay is G. A. M. A. Y. This is a French word. As I said from Beaujolais which is a region of eastern France and they call it a Beausoleil wine now. We have Beaujolais Nouveau so. They've added the word Nouveau as a second word and Ou V. E. A. You this is a noun from nineteen. Seventy-one a Beaujolais wine that is released shortly after a grape harvest and is sold for immediate consumption not later sh consumption immediate consumption and then. This is a French word. That literally means new Beaujolais. I'm not exactly sure why this is new opposed to the other one. Which is old is it made with. A new style is the style the fact that you need to drink it right away. Obviously this was coined in nineteen seventy one. The other one was eighteen. Thirty six So you know what happened in. Nineteen seventy one all right. Our next word is Bo Monde. Another French word. Second Word is M. O. N. D. This is a noun from sixteen seventy three the world of high society and fashion a world that I am not a part of this is French. And it literally means fine. World boned Now we have the Word Mute B. E. UT. I believe there are. There's another word that is pronounced the same way be ut But this one is basically the beginning of the word beautiful. It is the I form. It is a noun from eighteen sixty six and we just have the number four definition for the word beauty as the synonym which we will begin to at the end of this episode. Now we have the second form of Butte. It is an adjective from nineteen eighteen. This is an Australian and New Zealand. Word and the synonym is the number to definition for excellent. So if you want to sound Australian and New Zealand New Zealand Australia knee and you want to say the word excellent. I guess you could say butte any of my Australian and New Zealand listeners. Please chime in in whatever form you deem necessary. Now we have the word beauty use. It is an adjective from the fifteenth century. We have these synonym beautiful. You could also say beauty's beauty as Lee is an adverb and beauty as snus is kind of hard to say and it is a noun now. We have the word beautician. It is a noun from nineteen twenty four and we have the synonym cosmetologist now. Don't mistake that for the word cosmologists. Because that's somebody who studies the Cosmos and the universe and all that fun stuff. This is a cosmetologist and it is made by combining the word beauty plus the suffix Itchen. I see an beautician. Now we have the word beautiful. There's a whole bunch a synonym information. And let's get into the definition part. It is an adjective from the century. One having qualities of beauty exciting aesthetic pleasure number two generally pleasing synonym is excellent and beautifully is an adverb and beautiful. This is a noun. Now we have these synonym information. Beautiful lovely handsome. Pretty calmly or commonly is a clear calmly and fair mean exciting sensuous or aesthetic pleasure. Beautiful applies to whatever excites the keenest pleasure to the senses and stirs emotion through the senses as in beautiful mountain scenery. If you WANNA see some beautiful mountain scenery I suggest that you take a trip to New Zealand. Whenever we can go travel again when this quarantine is over another amazing place which is You know arguably better depending on how you look at it is a Iceland. They've got waterfalls and volcanoes and mountains and everything and it's crazy amazing okay. More synonym information. Lovely is close to beautiful but applies to a narrower range of emotional citation in suggesting the graceful delicate or exquisite as in a lovely melody handsome suggests aesthetic pleasure due to proportion symmetry or elegance as in a handsome Grigorian mansion or Georgian Mansion Not Gregorian. That's different pretty often applies to superficial or insubstantial attractiveness as in a painter of conventionally pretty scenes calmly is like handsome INSA jesting What is Cooley approved? Rather than emotionally responded to as in the company grace of a dancer and then finally fair suggests beauty because of purity flawlessness or freshness as in fair of face next is beautiful people two words now from nineteen sixty three and it is often abbreviated or capitalized as BNP or maybe. It's just saying that you can often capitalize the B. and the P. so the definition is wealthy or famous people whose lifestyle is usually expensive. And well publicized. I am not one of these people. Next is beautify. It is a verb. From fifteen twenty six I we have the transitive definition to make beautiful or add beauty to and then we have the in transitive definition to grow beautiful. A synonym is the word. Adorn Beautification is a noun and beauty. Fire is a noun so the beautify is the one who is beautifying the one who is being beautified and they are doing the process of beautification and then last the last word for this episode is beauty be. Ut Y this is a noun from the fourteenth century number one the quality or aggregate of qualities in a person or thing that gives pleasure to the senses or pleasurable exults the mind or spirit synonym is loveliness number two a beautiful person or thing especially a Beautiful Woman Aka my wife number three a particularly graceful ornamental or excellent quality number four a brilliant extreme or egregious example or instance as in that mistake was a beauty and then number five we have the number nine definition for the word bottom be ot and let's see Just real quick one of our earlier words was butte and the synonym was the number four definition for beauty which is just to remind you a brilliant extreme or egregious example or instance. Ooh That was a butte. That mistake was a Butte What should be the word of the definition? No the word of the definition. No the word of the episode I kind of want to pick one of these French words. What was the one that I liked sharing talking to meet? What did you say the wine? A Beaujolais Beaujolais will be the word of the episode because it is wine and Sharon likes wine especially red wine. A light fruity red. Burgundy wine made from the gamay grape. I don't think we have any in the house right now. We might need to go pick some up if we can figure out how to do that during this crazy crazy time by the way happy April six this. Is You know I'm recording this days earlier and for any of you who care. I got a very very nice message from a listener I will just say that your name is Janelle. I won't give you your full name but this was a facebook message that she sent me. She said Hey Spencer I stumbled across this podcast back at the end of January just wanted to say how great it is. I truly appreciate all of your little anecdotes. I never imagined that I would laugh out loud so much while learning the dictionary. Thanks also which dictionary reading from so thank you? That was extremely kind. I as I said in my reply to you. You put a huge smile on my face. I am shocked that people are listening to this podcast at all and I've been getting a few of these messages recently. So that really brightened my day. So thank you I hope to. All of you are doing well. And you're staying away from people and you're washing your hands and like I've said before if you can help somebody in any way either. You know helping a senior citizen go. Pick UP THEIR FOOD THEIR MEDICATION. Because it's a lot harder for them to leave the house and they are exposed to the corona virus. That's a lot more likely that they're going to get anybody who's immuno suppressed and you know if you've got a few bucks to spare you know. Help donate donate it to to someplace in need a restaurant. All restaurants are struggling. A lot of places are struggling right now. Just do what you can to help people in this very weird time. We've never seen anything. We haven't seen anything like this in probably over a century so I'm guessing none of us that were alive the last time something like this happened. So that's it. I WanNa thank you all for listening. And all the contact info is in the episode description if you want to say high rate and review and until next time this is spencer dispensing information. Thanks and goodbye..

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Experts Warn That Hackers Can Use Zoom to Take Over Your Computer

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Experts Warn That Hackers Can Use Zoom to Take Over Your Computer

"Well online mischief makers of a new target thanks to the popularity of the teleconferencing app zoom did you hear about this couple's car would hit reports the so called zoom bombers are attacking secured meetings zoom is a free program that allows anyone to host a video conference with multiple attendees and in the current work from home environment zoom use has skyrocketed now here come the hackers known on this platform as zoom bombers first it just seemed like people were checking in and that what's beau Friedlander telling ABC news how his meeting got zoom bomb very quickly devolved into a lot of pornographic images being dumped a screen screenshots the founders of zoom say newbies need to take a few security steps they need to establish a password to join a meeting then lock down the meeting once all attendees have

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"beau" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:32 min | 8 months ago

"beau" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Beau Boulter shoals it's whatever the he is calling I'm hearing back number eight six six ninety right I you know last our last half hour we played that montage of CNN CBS MSNBC and many other mainstream media anchors and reporters referring to the coronavirus covert nineteen as a Wuhan China virus the Chinese coronavirus and criticizing the president for doing the exact same thing and implying that he's a racist and and Xena full bin and all that and I thought it was interesting because it goes beyond that and and the reason that it is so transparent is we can go right back to the the travel bans and I just want to read a couple of paragraphs or a couple of sentences from Margot Cleveland of the federalist who talked about the fact that both Joe Biden and Sanders would not of close the borders right they would not have closed over eighty percent of Americans believe it's the right thing to do the vast majority of Democrats believe it's the right thing to do just to show you how radical they are and remember what the president did it in in China in early January should be early check in late January and was criticized for it and I'm not I'm not gonna read the whole article here but criticism of trump's executive decision to put Americans first also found a voice in by the presumptive democratic presidential candidate took to Twitter noting all wall will not stop the corona virus banning all travel from Europe or any other part of the world will not stop it I went to the right path what's the date today it's a twentieth eight days ago he wrote that Biden offered other similar criticisms of the president's handling of the virus saying this is no time for Donald trump's record of hysteria and xenophobia hysterical xenophobia to what end of fear mongering in while Biden criticized trump's travel bans the former president vice president she's me remain cryptic concerning whether as president he would have barred entry from China ran the N. E. U. countries and other coronavirus hot spots but Biden's recently unveiled position statement on responding to the will hand virus made no mention of a travel ban indicating that Biden like his remaining primary opponent Vermont senator Bernie Sanders opposes temporarily closing U. S. borders to protect Americans now something that everybody in the western world is doing right yeah of course I mean imagine allowing people from I'm okay a match and we were at this place where we are now inviting worse was still saying that where where you have the number of cases in Italy the number of cases in China and he would be okay with Bob good anybody in Europe coming over but that would she addresses issues but by hedging the question in his comments to date unlike Sanders who explicitly said in an interview with Bret Baier that he would not close the borders Byton bought room to flip flop and later claimed that as president he too would have made the hard decision to institute the travel bans that hindsight showed successful when the day comes American searches see through the bluster there is no way Biden Sanders or any other potential democratic president would have gone against the academic models conclusion to leave open travel from China and there is no way that a democratic commander in chief would have unilaterally cut off travel from the U. E. U. to put Americans first by the way that came from the medical advice all of the doctors on in his administration right president trump did any saved countless lives in doing so it's really important to understand how radical even more they call the mainstream Democrat candidate Joe Biden's goes by Bob flip flop room believing the people remember what I said eight days ago well remember you had European leaders that were criticizing trump first yeah because in the door to most of Europe and then of course they expanded to to include the U. K. the and then and then two days later they're doing because they're bored they're closing their borders right you want leadership that's leadership not that there will be missteps but sometimes you have to take a giant leap in order to begin this is unprecedented and he enacted policy that was unprecedented he was criticized for it and then everybody else that even those that were criticizing him followed suit.

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Tulsi Gabbard suspends her campaign

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Tulsi Gabbard suspends her campaign

"Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has suspended her campaign for the democratic presidential nomination and she threw her support behind the front runner now after Tuesday's election it's clear that democratic primary voters have chosen vice president Joe Biden to be the person who will take on president trump in the general election I know vice president Biden and his wife and I'm grateful to have called his son beau a friend who also served in the National Guard with Gabbard's announcement only Elizabeth Warren remains has a former candidate who has not announced who she plans to

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Boston - Patriots Sign Defensive Tackle Beau Allen

WBZ Morning News

00:06 sec | 8 months ago

Boston - Patriots Sign Defensive Tackle Beau Allen

"Pats signed a player away from the bucs defensive end rather defensive tackle beau Allen he got a two year

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"beau" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"beau" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Wendy from New Jersey gave. Wendy what's your question. Hey Andy Lobby Wendy. And they love stuff. Seeing though my question is What couple from any other Bravo show? Would they want to go on a double date with well? That's WHA- would have been a a real house of New York person but they're all circle. We'll just go out with Ramona. And Mario Yes. Are you Big New York housewives fan? I'm sure our show alone when I was with her with her old hairdresser upfront. Just showers names. Yeah I mean you're a funny guy. It's a comedy it's it's fantastic. It's my favorite By the way you guys are on a major tour. Right now are working. People find out dates. Because you're going all over the country we're going all over straight up with Stasi live. You can find tickets at Stacey Schroeder dot com slash tour. So I might be coming to one of your towns. You guys who's mind visit wants to know if you've picked out your dress yet. Oh yeah that was like the first thing I did. It is Melanie. Wants wants to know what was your first impression of star CBO really might think. Wait my photo or photo. You're talking about when the photo. That was my first impression. Yeah Not Really I. I've always said this. I look to your photo when I was like. She's not really like blond. Like seeds. Looks like every person we've talked about this news news I'm like can meet. Her was in my was like dolled up and I was like she wouldn't be in to me so I'm not into her. It was like Oh that in a split second. Wow it goes to a surprise guest. Who's traveled all the way to the clubhouse from a galaxy far far away..

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"beau" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

03:10 min | 9 months ago

"beau" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"How do you feel Kadian Schwartz? Salmon Arianna and Jackson Britney. Buying eerily similar houses. I if I wake up drunk in one house. I'm I don't really know where I'm going to end up in the other house. So thank you very much. Are Your family members in Italy? How's everybody doing? Their started in the lumber deal was like the first place and this is but they're they can't leave they don't understand the the laws they don't really know what's going on. It's it's it's a it's crazy. Unbelievable Susan you actually took a look at Alcyone bows astrological charts. What can you tell them? Well they're heavenly together. Well both Pisces and Stasi's cancer that's made in heaven they finish each other's sentences to water signs they they dive to the depths of the Sea of love. Oh what were you telling me about the wedding day crap. Well I mean how. He made the invitations. Yes stay up. I have a work around the day you chose and I have this chart right here. A wedding is the first thing in his Georgia. Looks for is a good mercury. Mercury is the promise and you have. Iran is right across the sky find with throwing thunderbolts. It's we handle. Uranus throwing thunderball then. We can handle anything all right. I'm not a work around. What is if if you want to secretly get married at City Hall on a perfect day that break ever you. Don't tell your parents watching tonight. This happened to three of my friends. They picked the wrong. You know this is a good idea and the groom goes along with it. Don't bring your best friend. She'll start talking he gets through take. What's the date I had on but I can pick the perfect the day you get married you you set the die for the rest of your life. You want it. She week all right. Let's go to Sean from Michigan Sean. Question I- Andy. I love your shows. Hypo. I have a question for staffy and both. What did I seem to have such a great relationship? What is your biggest are you? Are you about He is a Social Butterfly and likes to go out and stay out late and I would prefer to be in bed strange literally. Nothing has changed since the first time we met any gets annoying. Gets very annoying to Wisconsin. Interesting what's your question. Hey I'm totally fan growing right now. I haven't loved anybody new kids on the block like this. So your your names come out of my mouth every single day I mean even my man love sex and the city. Yes.

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"beau" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"beau" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Don't know where to stand with me. You're being an obnoxious person right now fronts sausage data literally all. I care about right now. You're so self and on Kristen. I know you've been like my ex boyfriend in the past but like you're not number one in all my boyfriend's ICE K. It's starting to feel like I'm on this weird deserted friendship like peninsula that slowly turning into an island all right. Here's what go to W. W. H. L. DOT TV to vote in our poll. Whose side are you on. Kristen or everyone else. I have two questions for you. Ami Fan girl said because you were in a toxic relationship with your ex where you cut breaking up and getting back together. Why aren't you more empathetic towards Kristen and Carter? Because she had brought it to my front door and Katie's front door for two years I never made any of my friends stay up every frigging night till two. Am crying and then demand that they like him back and hang out with them the next day reality TV SPAM SAID. How is it? You can be friends with Kristen after she sleeps with your boyfriend. But this Carter stuff is what injure friendship and that like. I said on this episode. It's like okay getting over her hooking up with Jax was one thing but this just feels it feels like it's just been a slow death and it looks like you guys are on everyone else's side second one. Dana made things exclusive with tom-tom GM. Max It was good news to everyone whose name is not she in a Shea? But here's what rumblings about Max and another girl proved. His commitment to data was flimsiness. Cheap as flimsy and cheap as a Tom. Tom Pride TEE SHIRT TO GO. Look.

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"beau" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

06:34 min | 10 months ago

"beau" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"We are pleased to be joined now by the one the only he is everywhere aware. He has the best shirt in the world going on right now. Bow Tanner both extra. Take US some time to join us. Thank you thank you for having me freesheet it. Thanks for shadow to the TRYING TO FIT in here Miami. Get the right by what was the thought process because this is obviously audio. So we're going to describe it as best we can. It looks like it. Looks like if the Jacksonville Jaguars ars did like a Miami shirt. Yeah I could see that you know I just thought it was a warm beach. Have laid back vibe live but I still had a dress up a little bit for this and so that was the thought process in new and so hopefully tourists but yeah I I do want to point out. That boas smarter than me because his shirt is very weather appropriate and I am wearing a very heavy espy nations. Fleischer Miami. So congratulations to you for that. foresights foresights thank you. So how's your week print. What's been really good man? Just got in Yesterday actually Is Really my first day. But first time Miami and it's been a Soon really cool man. It's a great city loved atmosphere and so far. So what are the next few months of your life looking like I mean the schedule they a broken Bamiyan. What's what's going on here? Yeah it's all scheduled man is just a football football football on just training. And that's that's been really finding you know just It's a lot different where you get in your teens in college. You know you have class. You have football. You know everything that's going on. This is all new but I'm kind of few weeks in announce the training process feel like kind of figured I'll album. That's really simple issues really train all day. You know they take care of you take go carry your body massage therapists and PT Guys in your on a meal. Plan everything like that and so it's it's been it's been fun this you know focusing on that is definitely a grind but wouldn't rather be doing anything out so I'm curious like how does your training breakdown like. Are you mostly focused right now. On the stuff that you're gonNA have to do at your day or are you also like working on specific fundamental things that you'll be able to carry over into the NFL or both a little bit of both with the definitely a bigger emphasis on What you do Like forty are dash and vertical. Jump and those things those are the things that NFL teams WanNa WanNa see things that stand out and so definitely a bigger emphasis on that. But I do get a lot of work in and d work but work and stuff like that because there will be drills like like that but you know I think The main focus is different is the best test results have you talked to anybody. Stats anybody get advice. How to go through it all yes? Aubrey shouted a couple people. Former via you guys Talkie I talked to He's the man he comes back onto. Byu rely you still get Visit and get workouts Picked his rain a little bit and Just because like I said it's all new you know mm for anyone coming out and so I've got some really good advice are oh that's cool. I mean I got imagine. This is a really thought about documenting this whole process because you know ula never really go through again right now. I I haven't but you know that's a great idea. I really should have no rights and things down because you know years from now decades through now. I'm sure I'll love to look back on it because it is a crazy time and really unique and like you said on ever go through it again. It's a one time thing and so well the other thing for rookies Azure going into the League. You know you go through your last holiday season and then you basically hit the ground running and then once you get drafted then you're training and you're getting ready for for your season and then your season happens so you don't really get to catch your breath from the start of your college year last policies until the end of your rookie season so documenting demanding all of that so you can actually appreciate it later. Playing one hundred percent and I definitely. I'm really going to consider it as because he had such time time. Like you said you just always go go go go on so we like that you know gender at work you season so has there been anything about your your process so far art that has surprised you or has kind of been unexpected. Alvin anticipated a lot of it Just because yeah. I've had great advice from guys who have gone through it so nothing really stuck out. I think it is a more busy than I would have. Thought you know just always is on the phone. I always talking to different people and It's definitely a busy time so I knew it was gonna be busy but I think just that aspect of the simply just you know like I say go go go it really is as you know and so I think that part of it has been the biggest surprise but it's been a really pom process. Robo we watch on Netflix. Quite what's yours uh-huh oh man. I think I've seen just about everything on that girlfriend. So you know. I feel like if every day if you're dating somebody like you're always you know watching it. Looks like every couple seeing every series on Netflix. I'm trying to think what's one that I really. When do you go back to to watch for me? Fiance like you're saying we watch it all the time. We watched the office we watch the office. You can't beat the office that's a classic classic. That's one of the few shows I can go back and watch over again because I really don't like even movies even my favorite movies. I don't you know rewatch things very much on. There's a lotta great things on Netflix. A lot of great documentaries and different things and so I started watching the show you. Yeah yeah that's really. Yeah just really like you just got to watch the knick because you want to know what's going to happen it's not my favorite show of all time. That's the most recent one that I've seen because I've had people tell me. Watch it up to you. I read the book so I knew what but it was pretty bonkers. I'M NOT GONNA lie yes wild I also really interesting really. You know. Something doesn't happen to people but yeah very interesting show while hopefully the See like you need a document the next two months of your life. But not like that like documented for yourself Girlfriend and your family toll on uncontrolled Bo Tanner. Thanks so much for joining us. Best of luck over the next few months. Now it's GonNa be a grab it's GonNa be worth it definitely. Thank you for having me guys enjoyed it uh..

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"beau" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"beau" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Podcast I'm beau Thompson and we continue with the John Handcock story so like I said the of the seven Handcock there as the second one it was nine to noon and your hours shifted because they did bring in rush a few years later the the Mike and Barbara McKay thing didn't last long and it again I I I look back on it now I connect all the dots but you did you set the table for where W. B. T. was going to go over the next almost thirty years and the next big shoe to drop hi after you came and more acclimated was was bring in Russia and in and in Russia has been there ever since yeah and and and nobody's going to get bigger than rush I would have expected rush to walk away five years ago sign the last big contract and walk away of five years ago but rushes an institution in this country like it or not well and it's interesting what you say about you thinking that he is as good now as it's ever been you have a perspective of listening to him almost every day like nobody else because I mean there are other people in the country who may have had the same time slots but if we're talking through the prism of WBT there you were proceeding him then you moved afternoon so your followed rush you proceeded them and then you follow them for several years and then you've been part of the station for most of the last three decades in and you have you've been close to him every day if not listening to every moment of the show but you've been close to it so you better than most and know the different error is that he's gone through well you you you have to get ready to adjust and you a you talk about my seven chapters are my six it but you you you have to learn how to reinvent yourself fighter brought program director and a general manager once accuse me of not being adaptable and not and reinventing myself and I just thought that was the most asinine thing ever because that's all I've done over almost forty nine years is re invent myself from from a jock to to a talk show host to a morning guide to an afternoon guide to an overnight guide to I mean you know I've got had to reinvent myself several times leaving W. B. T. after nine years and going down to the end when I was on time out I had gotten to a point with the current management and I just it was just time for me to go and that was the toughest thing I've ever done in my life to walk away from the three letter calls in the fifty thousand watts and and and and exactly the scenario the situation I begged for prayed for my whole life career wise to walk away from B. T. and think that was going to be the last time was really hard but then I went to a a alternative radio station which was somewhat back to my roots but all the sudden I went from talking to people's parents do then going down to the end where I was talking to them then I had a morning show partner by the name of Ethan and we had a news lady by the name of suse and red and Ethan would walk me into territory that I know more wanted to get into than fly to the moon because it would be contrary to what my listeners back at W. B. T. same community would have been comfortable with I mean we were talking and you know TI an a and all sorts of stuff down at the end and I was thinking one of my doing here I I've I've heard a certain level of respect in this community and now I'm back to like I'm hanging out in the locker room so so that was kinda interesting but then I learned a great lesson from a politician I ran into him one day and he said I listen to every morning on the end and I looked at him and I said all the hell you do and he said no I do and I said I can't believe that you're listening to us talk to you in a on and and he said listen he said it's like Howard Stern you you owe it is I'm in my car by myself and I'm listening to you guys he says it so you know it's like a fourteen year old with a playboy magazine I know I'm not supposed to enjoy it but I did well and you never intended for the story to go the way that it did but you end up leaving in nineteen ninety nine after do an afternoon's here two hours in the afternoon for a while but it do you remember or want to talk much about what led to you leaving that day from here well they had hired program director by the memorandum blue question Randall and I've had conversation since and we're not bitter enemies or anything like that but he was brought in here to improve our twenty five fifty four demographic and consequently a lot of people at the time left Mike Collins left and Jerry Klein left and Hillary bogan who would threaten to our retire every time his contract ended know everybody would always talk about I think that's kind of what Henry wanted people to do was to talk him out of retiring and then also at me announced he was retiring and nobody talked him out of it I think I heard him reseal expert there was a litany of people that were leaving the building and all the sudden I was kind of the last guy standing and he and I had kind of had fought with each other for two and a half years and one day after two and a half years and Rick Jackson are covered general manager had talked me off the cliff several times south in brewery and Alexander Michaels and how can we we got to know the restaurants in town pretty well because Rick would try to rid did everything he could to try to get keep me here I saw you guys walk in is that are they're gonna be here for awhile yeah no no they they did we draw we drink drink a lot of T. but right Rick there a Rick go work just as hard as he could and then one day I'm on the air and as soon as we went into the news servers the jingle for the news played the door to the studio opened and there stood Randall's and he said he was that you were talking about two minutes it was Barbara Jo and he said in who is by road show and I answered whatever he was city councilman or county commission when I was on the phone with Bob I couldn't remember which district he represented and I couldn't remember whether it was a city councilman or a county commissioner so that's why I never specified in the phone call who he was the Randall said to me as he kicked the door open who was that and I said is Bob rich any said who is by rich and I said to a government official and he says well you never would have known that by listening to your damn show would you and all the sudden he walked away and if you S. John Moore who was my producer that day apparently I left the studio pretty abruptly I don't remember specifically leaving the studio but I do specifically remember be in about three and a half inches away from Randall's face in his office Harry walked into a counter corner from and said you and I have a meeting tomorrow morning at nine o'clock for the purpose of me quitting and I came back at nine o'clock the next morning to to quit and rejection made me wait till nine thirty and then I wanted to Rick's office and Rick said to me John take two weeks and if you still decide after two weeks you're gonna quit quit and he called me after I and I said I won't change my mind with dates tickets two and a half years to get there but I'll take your two weeks because that's two weeks before I get to severance all take that and he called me after ten days and said where's your head at.

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"beau" Discussed on BBALL BREAKDOWN Podcast

BBALL BREAKDOWN Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"beau" Discussed on BBALL BREAKDOWN Podcast

"The MVP was Steve Nash, you know, it's it's just just not a thirty-something guys award. It's a younger guys award, you know, that's a great point and I just feel like there's going to be pressure on him. I mean, know that they still have the Angela off to do a lot of that stuff too. So we'll see but I have a feeling they're going to have stretches of every game where stuff is going to feel like if I don't score here, we are not going to score and I'm going to ask it and mash of pressure to on him for the yeah. Yeah. I mean, you know, obviously everybody looks better when you have all stars in the Hall of Famers alongside you we have know that for sure but you know, when you he's not like at least in the preseason, he didn't have NBA playoff to him on some of those possessions and there was tough but if there's anybody that can figure it out, it would be the it'd be the Warriors I guess the question there is is you know, how close do they have to be what part of the mix they need em. And to make them decide to bring clay back in May, you know what I'm saying? Because they can easily say you know what we're you know, we're 8th. It's not really going to happen. It's not worth it. Yeah, I think they have to monitor his knee. Really. I mean, think it's his health that determines if they say man, he's closed on March 1st, if that's their determination and then they look at their record and seventh then I think you know, you start angling for maybe a third week in March and see if you can get a playoff seed and make a run at it because you legitimately could Klay Thompson's that good that he could change the entire trajectory of that team. I still you know how long they had Kevin Durant all bets were off. I mean, he was the ultimate tiebreaker. He was the Ultimate Weapon frankly so they aren't that anymore but I still think they could make a run off if they get healthy at the right time interesting. Yeah. I mean, I think it go either way and I also feel like they could be looking at ongoing. Damn we could get a top ten pick if we don't make the purchase and and add that to a healthy claim. A healthy Steph Curry, you know and all of a sudden, you know, they can go on a run the next year. So what the keeper ion then for sure but there's good that they must already have it in their mind, you know, whatever seating they are if it's at home some position too low that maybe they don't bring back clay at all and then take the emotion out of decision want to see and I got a break in here because of course Steve Kerr was quoted this morning on Tuesday as long Clay is most likely out for the season which made a lot of sense to me yesterday when we were recording this and even more now just because doesn't seem to make a lot of sense to bring him back that late in the season and trying to integrate him to another team that's already been home format fomented and hardened for a whole season. So that's the new latest news. So we're not going to see Klay Thompson at all. And you know, that could very well mean that the Warriors won't make the playoffs crack pot. Yeah. I think it'll be fun and I think you make a good point about like how management has to address that it would be. It's a challenging job, but I think it would be a lot of fun to try to figure out. What's the best job Going forward with this decision because the other component of all this is they're moving into a new super impressive Arena and.

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"beau" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"beau" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

"Your favorite friends. Oh my God and then my first friend did he didn't see the ring but was was randall. We've we've been growing friendship but the first person because the idea that I had want to propose I wanted his help and and it ended up changing but I told him the first the he was the first well. He's the second second guy friend might tell my my buddy rob about at first but then I told Randall I love that yeah well. I'm so fucking excited for you guys. I like obviously to impose on Vander Palm. I know I can't talk about it. We can't talk about it but I'm I'm actually 'cause. I don't remember exactly proposing I know I wrote down what I said and I had it memorized a whole bunch of times and I think I said it correctly. I I don't remember it. She doesn't remember it. I remember everything but we just I. I'm I'm actually really excited and I'm looking at you now. Stop but I'm really excited that it is is on camera because we can go back and look at that shit over and over and now it's it's funny 'cause. I've become really good friends with Katie. Maloney Tom. Tom Shorts the last two years so then when when when we started talking about wedding plans we watch because I don't watch the show the vanderbilt show and you don't watch it. I've never watched it. You've never watched. I watched the when I was on there. I Wa- I watched. Do you only watch the scenes at urine. Oh is that a comment no comment that she only watched the things that she's in. She's in no I would only watch scenes. I tain well. We don't WANNA be. I've never done something like this ever so watch it we would we would watch together and it was five but I'm never went back and rewatch. Watch the the past because I'm like. I don't need to know what the fuck she's done in the past. You don't WanNa see but I think I think I've said this before. I think you're you're in a relationship with someone like me working casting and stuff. I don't WanNa see the pilot. I love pilots. Your let me see the episode. Let's go and all of a sudden. That's where I started going. Damn Nasty Mike Season One episode WanNa Pilots Doc- okay wow bitch. I can't believe I married this girl. I can't believe one of my best friends my actual best friend but we'll save that for the livestock tour that conversation okay so wedding's coming up all the things but again you guys you're. GonNa have to wait for Dossey. Also I feel like giving a little bit of Info Intel at at the live podcast right straight up with doc- live which we are literally about to go on tour for I mean we're like we're fucking weed out really have the success six x the set having sex onstage everybody. We're having a threesome so don't bring your children. We can make some money. I detail time. If I didn't love my parents and she didn't love I will be making so much money in porn. Are you kidding me. Do it releases exa type stuff see. I don't think they can hear you. I don't have a Mike on Sassy. You might be surprised at what you can be picked up with. Yell Yell at me like you did last summer then they can hear on. Okay Okay Okay so let's talk about the PODCAST Tour Dr. We're rehearsing like tonight. We're going to see the set tonight or tomorrow I'll do tomorrow. How do you feel I would like to see if I can buy a really bougie. Swank like nineteen sixty s toilet to put out there just in case I shit myself from the nerves. No way are you to get nervous. I don't know oh I live. You have no idea I've never done anything like this. I remember earlier when I was telling you I did that play without with all these girls and I had to walk out are there and had a bit part and I grew in these in these roles. Just see this bit part where I had to go out there and he's though I was like fucking shaking. I had like sweat sweat like my body temperature rose. I literally have no idea what to expect. You have a bio and I think what I'm GONNA do. If you're going to be like yeah I'm just GONNA. I'm just GONNA walk out. The bollock has Amigos and ice bucket. Just in case and things are going to get if things get awkward oxygen or something like that drink. I like that term on city trademark. It's ours it's ours. I'm just going to be like you know what I'm a little dry. It's a little awkward right now more oxygenated. I'm GONNA do a shot. I think that that's what we should be doing those being like totally vulnerable and honest onstage if we ever weird moment which is weird moment yes own in it but it's more about the walkout like what music going to play like are very concerned about. Should I do something for every city like 'cause. I know there's so many cities. Am I gonNA wear my my my ego's shirt that I wore for the super bowl that I made when I go to Philadelphia. I might have all these cities that were going to. 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"beau" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

13:18 min | 1 year ago

"beau" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

"Taylor come on. We've been friends friends for too long. I know you're instrumental makes my brain explode. Do I look Bouche. Well not look Bucci well now that engagement ring and gets dossiers bougie AF so now. I really think it's Boji now. I'm convinced that that's actually what it reads like. Can you just say it's bogey how to spell boosy Beau. He's my my middle name that I that's where I get both from so really I learn something new about my friend every single day yes dossey. I'll tell you his his full real birth. Silvio bogey daddy wow that's prince like the my mom took me back to American. Give me a nice American name Robert Edward Clark. She changed like three other times really I'm even known in as Casey in Texas early. It's ridiculous. You're kind of like a lifetime movie. I like that but real mysterious serious. Would you want to be a lifetime movie. A hallmark movie ordered word Mafia movie of okay. You want to eat shit piss or cake. Lifetime owns hallmark so that's just crap crap and actually okay so Bo is on a boat you were on one anti before with Stacey on the spokane. Yes it was and it was like the worst sound quality ever I was doing studio and I didn't know how to run the board and literally I think it was you when me and stacy was like her microphone. Technically it's just me news on probably where we all just hung over. It was a calm it was a sound problem due to my hangover Jacek Fair but this is welcome. Thank you one on one lovers and loved. Ozzy's apartment normally do things together and I'm sitting in my bench where I normally do for us. I almost sat in your spot. It was on. We almost had a fight. We did a thing to see her so when I look at refund like eating her allergy allergy pause over on the couch I go ref- refund. What's going on with refunds pause. It's just she's like White Dog ugh fluffy allergy thing yeah yeah like health problems with psoriasis. So Oh my God she is your baby. It's hereditary. It is okay so I haven't had you on the podcast. Talk about what it's been like trump's the last time you were on it was like I think it had just started. You were like barely filming so you didn't really quite know what it was like yet. Now I liked it at the time of I think the last time that we were doing it. It was new away. You just want to go hang out with my girlfriend and my friends waterfront well. We were all friends friends of the time. I had a good six months of hanging out with all these people so I was like yeah you WanNa remember you go and and pay for drinks while I go hang out and just talk inge. Now you're somewhat. I'm going to say of a veteran of pump veteran. Would you say no no no so then you tell me where so you're you're a Newbie last time we talked so now you've got a little you soiled your panties a little while. Filler last year Bravo product evolution. Just let me do whatever I wanted in the sense. They didn't force me to do anything yes this year I wasn't I was forced to do anything but it was like a things things things things got more heated because you know when when you become friends with people yes and a year later you become you start to argue with these people of course just like in a normal friendships so last year I was. I was on my best behavior. 'cause it was my girlfriend's friends. Who are my friends. There was nothing needed to happen. Now you know given ah you know the time where it is from last summer. Things have happened. He has I've had more of a more of a point of view yes able to express my point of view without making in Saucy feel uncomfortable and I've expressed my point of view and other people express their views towards me in a in a very do the kind of way really yeah. I'm not good at confrontation but I have confronted people and talked with things and it gave more of a I guess more of an input of what I would normally do in a friendship was like what I would think. Other people do once you've been you know becoming good friends certain yeah. This makes me feel good so stop talking about this before stopping iron. The same and you in my Taylor are the same like sauce fire. I love your crazy. I love my Taylor you too but everyone loves my. Taylor true and I'm used to be the one in a relationship that everyone loves. 'cause I dated guys who were in bad but like I was quite frankly better. Her is I mean I'm perfect. Okay and then I start taking Taylor and all she's the one that everyone always likes no matter what and as we get the older. I get crazier and crazier and it frustrates me. That Taylor never wants to be in the drama like for a long time. Taylor would say when we get invites. Life isn't a reality Alex. TV show and I was like you know like I I wish it were but now that like tae is like kind of the same thing. She's like more more business. She's been in her her company for two years and she loves her company but like you work with people in the day to day in Little Shit starts to annoy you and all of a sudden. Somebody's got opinions and getting herself. She's like on the periphery of the drama but like she sees it now and I'm like welcome to my fucking world. I used to always say the time I wear glasses and tae gets to wear the rose colored glasses but hers again little poopie and it sounds like sour yours. Yeah mine's my I I would agree agree I would but the thing is what I liked about you know last last year when I when you and I and Taylor started getting you know closer. We would have like your day would have like the same kind of conversations when stocks. I were dealing with our dark. Passer stuff are getting just weeding out all the the bumps and stuff in a relation relations would happen and Taylor and I had the same thing where I realized that Tain I on the same so that's why when when stocks and I would fight fight or argue or whatever we would do. I would come to you Taylor. I need help but I would. I would wait. 'til Stacey would leave moved. I'd be like so I would talk to you and you would say this. The Stasi's point of view but then Taylor would tell you of this is how I would feel the same position like your Taylor. That's how I feel so. It's almost like I would me when I want relationship advice. I should go to youtube because you guys get our relationship. I can tell you exactly what's dossier dossier feeling and take and tell you how come me down air goes. Dos also tailored can your Taylor can. I get to do it Taylor to tell you how I'm feeling and your guys relationship voice. Yes and then Taylor then starts to fight with me because it reminds her fight that we had a thank you for that. Get the bar yourselves Taylor Nicer. They're talking about eagles and rams the last time we were all here. 'cause it's been a while. I've been here a lot by myself but days been like crazy working but the last time we were all four together you so. The four of us went to your favorite bar. Rockin Rockin Riley's closed down and opened up new owners in. I'm actually excited about that. Okay that's good. Sometimes change is good. Sometimes change is terrible. It is open up like two weeks ago so we went and we watch an eagles game which was like so many she a nice of you. It was it was kind of sad because normally my eagles is my second team. Oh okay it's all making sense because buffoon randy leave green are used to and the semi I used to. I used to bleed green. If it's more of like I bleed Tequila shots because before the rams came to L. A. I just hung out with my best. His friend WHO's an Eagles Fan Rob Taylor and they came best buddies literally in Twenty-second therapath exactly so normally the bar is just crowded with Eagles Eagles fans for some reason that game there was only like a quarter of the people but we still had fun yes so the Eagles has just been the people that hang out with to go to bars and watch football but then the rams came into l. a. and then I was like okay home football team but I still eagles. It's my second team so like eagles. Were kind of like your first wife. Then you had an affair with the rams and then they ranchera exactly yeah. It's like a ROM com where it's totally okay to cheat on on that person. You know you're going to end up with that person. Exactly it was meant to be yeah exactly so we were there that night and we were hanging out and it was fun and then starts he looked at me read as I was looking dossier and be like I'm fucking ready to go oh she was like let's leave so we were leaving and then you guys both looked at us like but can we stay. Please women who have the power and we were. You're like okay only because we're together. We came home ordered. Taco Bell Watch card ashy which is literally what I do every time I come here nightmare my heaven and you end. Hey stayed out and got a got salty. Got Philadelphia toasted not even a so. I am so basically what I'm trying to say is because we have mere relationships like images of each other. We should just really start a commune and by we start a commune immune. You install see clearly going to be ones. Get House before us so just let us move in with you is what I'm saying. We'll be bicoastal but then it should be like a like a she shack in a man cave just for your Taylor and I for our football. y'All in the man cave. She Shack Man Cave. Yes half half half. Eagles have rams and you guys can stand the main house while you're Taylor and I hang out in the back like she shack man cave. I'm here for it and then we'll have a place in Jersey Z. City hopefully fingers crossed by the time well disconnect here before we I'm Elise Bye Tortorella what actually talked about on the radio show the tillers trucker show uh-huh subscribe right now six hundred five for a whole month of entertainment swipe up early but Hashtag ad tech sponsored by myself but I've talked about it there for sure but I guess I haven't really talked about here. Let's talk about photos and it's can gorge skip it before. I showed you the pictures. What were you like. You were like that was discriminating jersey. It's like no one else when I hear when I hear Jersey and I've never been to Jersey so this is just sarcasm so anyone who's listening gene cool your jets. It's not my fault that you guys allowed. A Reality Show called Jersey shore to happen because let people don't know about Jersey. That's the first first thing that pops up to our head. That's the representation L. Gym Tanning Laundry. They also came with their your poets. What a CTO Jim Chen diaw down to fuck. Oh God Yeah Romance. Jersey's romantic love no but I mean listen even on the East Coast Jerseys like thing like I'm from Boston we it's in our blood to hate the Yankees and for some reason Jersey I don't know why and the universe this has been pulling me to live in Jersey for a long time so I was engaged in marriage to was Ben who was a Jersey boy. He wanted to literally move into his parents backyard. I'd like we had to like. I defi- just maybe live in Manhattan. It's really still fairy fucking close but I just feel like the universe has been pulling me towards Jersey and now I mean I got divorced to Avoid Jersey and now fucking going there if it's only a twenty minute train ride in new and you're paying the same amount of rent basically for a place. It's three times bigger than your Manhattan plays out. I would get it. I know and you Kasey comfortable New York. Would you guys come stay with US IN JERSEY. Here's he city when you come visit New York. We have a guest room now. It looks like that's a small at sauces smiling just to be nice to you because you're right in her face but I think too. You'd probably just shaking her head when she's not not the second I leave. She's like we're not fucking staying. Jersey bow so no so I think we're GONNA stay. We'll probably just be at the Mandarin Oriental Looking McCain overlooking Sonia's house from real housewives of New York and you can stay in the spectrum of their outgoing so he follows me on instagram really. Do you guys do you know but she follows me. A Nazi which I think is awesome. Oh that's amazing. She did demi one time last almost the mandarin looking down and I tagged her and overlooking her apartment building and she said and she gave me the smile heart I am. Oh Jeez Oh my God Wow Dante Sonia. DMV ME. How was the counter show. It was the best thing I've fucking gone to in a long time. I can come on your show. Yeah yeah okay so fantastic so you came to the Bravo world. You're dow up. You are a bona fide. Bravo Liberty didn't get voted like the most loved man on Bravo or some shit like that. Oh yeah those the was that was it.

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"beau" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

12:13 min | 1 year ago

"beau" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Beau in our studio I'm up here in west Newbury isn't listed west Newbury Massachusetts and I want to be clear about that when I aborted my mission today to get to Braintree one hour in in one hour to go I got turned around and ended up taking a new route called route ninety and seven from from essentially Danvers all the way back home and it's a road that led believe goes north west and it is gorgeous Hilary you would absolutely love it it is beautiful it reminds me part of the new wording turnpike whatever that is yeah I love that that is which is also ridiculously gorgeous yeah so pretty go through the marshes and stuff yeah it's funny you know it's funny because I have a book for this house to live in a house in Melrose which is a dot not a good house it was a bad house two bedroom and it was just a piece of crap from nineteen hundred the thought put into it the server so yeah I was always envious of other house in one because I'm so embarrassingly small but and you know I just wanted a house with cool stuff so we got we bought this house which is a very pretty house it's an old house but it's pretty in depth all sorts of rooms it's not huge or anything but are also two rooms and things but you know it's it's it's it's so interesting is that I am now more N. B. as in of other homes the eight then ever there are of other beautiful because there are so many beautiful homes and around this area yeah but not not talking just mentions a lot of large field Victorians in all colonials are just gorgeous and you going to report and some of those homes are some of those homes are that you know tiny but they're just so beautiful and it's interesting it like how that works look I I legitimately they'll have a pretty house a pretty house but it's almost like having right pretty girlfriend in he into it I've now got this weird like wandering eye for other house look it looks we look at all the backyard they have it's nice and straight and things like that might I was going on here I don't know I would you have that you live in a very contemporary Connie you'll really cool place I mean yeah I mean I love my place I it's funny because I recently have started looking at a lot of houses but I think it's mainly because of room because I not that we you know it's not like we have all that much but there are some whatever things and it's it's tough to sort of figure out where to put them and things like that so that that be the only reason I'd want to go anywhere or do you look at other the card or something yeah I mean you're you're kind of maxed out as far as most contemporary coolness some your places as cool as you could ever want it's very cool yeah in old store front that's been totally re have them is beautiful it's still so clean lines and subtle you don't write things in that the the supposed to have I would put the damn drapes Lucien blind so the topic start downstairs constantly but and they did once you might remember yeah we didn't like that you know it's never been up since it doesn't it mean eight putting those things up doesn't really make it less dark downstairs or I mean it's not ever dark that's the great thing about those blinds is that there are at lake in so see through and they're so white that they allow all of the natural light in while you know not allowing every single person that walks by to like stare in and see everything that's right Andrea I mean it's it's right it you know it's right at working level so yes if it was a storefront where I want to display things for sale I'd be psyched but no normally when I'm in my kitchen I don't want people like going for their job I mean there's a lot of people walk by why those stay there for the perverts dot watch you from yeah exactly well that's we're going to part ways it is one of the initiatives that this yeah my only fear was when we moved to this from the little house to this bigger house was our little houses always trash always crashing always piles of mountains of clothes always every floor had toys and stuff like that it was cut transfer stuff wasn't thirty there were it wasn't like rotting milk around but it's always just too much bleep everywhere yeah in my fear was in this is what I said of his of this we need to make sure and my feeling is that she's more responsible for this because she has more stuff now ha it yet let the kids have more stuff in her mom is thrilled to bring all their childhood stuff and give thousands of pieces of puzzles and wouldn't Waldorf school the wooden things to play with thousand by the bag but up boxes and I know her mom is laughing because she's thrilled to get rid of it and my wife course finds it sentimental and you know since you want because it will replace it with us I'm getting screwed so my worry was I said listen as my worry that now that we live in this eight hundred square foot place in Melrose that's completely covered with crap that we don't need I want to make sure that when when we roles to our west Newbury to something that's like twenty five hundred square feet or whatever we don't get crap to fill right right I don't want to have screeners were seated with a crowd of Phil and that's what will happen yeah but the upside is of course you can hide from kids yeah I'm in this room of this room I'm in right now so the size would probably average prison cell at the cedar junction but it is that's great right is a refuge and there's no there's nothing here something crap it's actually kind of awesome I'm going to say I don't know I went into that if you you know what I wanted to the whole house thing besides the fact that I mean you were talking about first of all whatever route you took home today I bet you it had kick **** houses along some friggin houses that you're like oh my god that would be awesome my favorite house and I I because I grew up in the south and in your report which is really at the corner of Bromfield street and water is where my house is across the street was Gordan right Gordon Welchman and there was this house that there's a few houses that I always locked and there's two that I that are coming to mind I right now so one of them was actually right around the corner from me and all my houses have been because this is how our colonial houses are dark dark dark dark so we you suggest that the house the condo I'm in is somehow dark it's like are you kidding I grew up in colonial houses where it doesn't seem like doesn't matter how much natural light you trying to get in there it's always dark but anyway there's this house on Broadway no Boardman I'm sorry shoot I can I think of the street anyway it's only it's only like two houses up that that there is that slight that weathered nice natural clap bird and dark red trim and it has this John normais fireplace on the inside and I always like that house and then there's always there's also one that's on your way to plum island from from where my house was which is like Franklin Street and water and that is it's got this really really slanting roof that sort of almost all on one side it's very recognizable if you drive by it from the street so you might see it if you go to palm island and basically it is just incredibly old and and it's it's just almost entirely one sided route slow for slow going down and and I'm sure it messes up the entire house but I loved it I still love it and it was actually rented I think when we were living or or maybe it was owned by this couple named heather and Ivan and and I eat I don't even know if I ever got to go in but I still see it and love it just because I love it you know what I mean yeah yeah family on a map right now if that your area that you're talking about kind of find that that slants house in place between problem field in Harrison street prompted that is it that's marked hundred and first airborne division because it's not registered house I think somebody must've just screwed with this thing well I don't know I don't know by the way there's also I mean there's that part Cashman park anyway it's like a work day yeah I eat it's really about launched on there yes yes yes Jacqueline Katrin about it yes did you two years ago and said no relation yeah I know yeah and we used I mean I still remember when I was a kid my sister randomly decided she wanted to have a picnic there was like one of the best memories because that I don't even really know why it was just fine you know and my sister is older so she can she can do that sort of thing in like get together the ingredients for a picnic and we would went and had a picnic casual park and it was just really nice very fond memory that's nice yeah that's nice was such an interesting area of people on the we're talking about it's the very tall it's that very tall head scalp of the Commonwealth if the color of looks like a horse running west east it's a very top of the head of the thing it's only I have a dream some day are you looking on Google at the corner Brumfield in water I was I've just I've pulled out no ma'am well there is if there's this house on the corner there is that used to be a store called Chagres and it was a corner store and people used to cut through our yard to get to it because it was a liquor store to all right and this is again when you know nobody believes brought a little water I am there so that helps with that teal clap bird was actually it's weird because it still looks long now maybe they maybe they knocked down the store but there used to be a corner store there it's facing the sea wall that's where you want to on the corner of rounds of the water yeah and it's not on the reverse side it's actually on the Bromfield side of things anyway yeah it used to be the corner store through all the time kind of these how awesome of these can you believe it is only for you I get jealous Hillary swear it's incredible if you are if you had to to towards cash from park you'll be able to see that that slanted house and trying to not sure how far down it is but it's so so so I'd have less room if I was new report but we could certainly walk around you would definitely have less room it would be fun to walk around and see because I like to see people and things it is oh my god it is a super slanting house it's a yeah it's just.

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"beau" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"beau" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"From washington character is destiny and the man i'm campaigning for today the highest compliment you can give him or anyone else is reminds me of my son beau biden no no he does in the following sense everything i know about conor and people involved in this campaign have been evolved me for a long long time it's always been about the other guy with connor not just about him it's been about the other guy the other person about what it means that was my son bo who like connor was army veteran a guy who won the bronze star guy who to speak your servicemen would guy who was the attorney general a guy who was noone announce when announcing he's running for for governor but a guy who everyone trust because what used to be the case in connors going to bring back and i hope there are republicans running who have the same value and that is that their word is bond they mean what they say and they do what they say you can count on you count so let me well that's exactly right that's about to say really true my son was army but he had overwhelming respect from the marines as well and the fact of the matter is it's about as you know sir your marine you leave no one behind not a joke no one is left behind everybody everybody everybody is entitled to be treated with dignity i don't know all of you personally but i know you i know this state i know this region i notice made up of i know the values that underpin all of what you believe in family community again not leaving anybody behind and so many people have been left behind are the policies we're dealing with today folks let me ask you something do you think you've seen enough tv ad yet you know before this is over the republicans might have been able to pay for their entire tax cut with all the money we've spent it's amazing ten million dollars a negative ads why are they so afraid of him no no paid for by the biggest special interest in america now i don't know opponent i know a little about his record in the state i don't know i i've not coming out of his character has integrity but well no but but but but but but.

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"beau" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"beau" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Beau report part of the thing that it became its own thing right and stephen a is stayed and skipped bail is pound sin but it was all about their trauma of all throw something out there like a topic and let let let the fight over the topic and fight over the each drama we love drama that's all it is it it or tainting makes you laugh a little bit but we do inherently win the neighbor the gets into fight with another neighbour and you know so and so's cheat non who and such and such did this at work or did you hear about villa nancy they're getting a divorce and all this year all of those things people like who that's why reality shows are doing with reality shows do and that's what that's all these he has become is reality shows reality reality reality this is what trump had to say she rather statements casey hunt on msnbc today she read a statement about what trump was saying in the statement about steve bannon and again there nine of them are arguing about certain things you know that some stuff was said it wasn't said over or an eye and look you do i trust trump or do i trust bannon trumps my president i want to trust him more and i think i do i think steve bannon is pretty much an open book as far as you can you you know exactly what you get with that guy you open up you read the it's right there right you know i mean he he he is what he is i mean he's in it for himself and and so i don't know five i much of anything he has to say but they're not arguing about whether or not some of the stuff was true they're trying to put a kabosh on it before it comes out there are some recordings in their apparently there are also out there in everybody's trying to get in front of it but it still oldies this trauma and it has nothing to do with the daytoday functionality of you or i going to work every single day kidding getting the kids ready for school doing the things that we have to do as americans it has nothing to do that all it is is drama here is casey on and now these on his own steam as learning winning isn't as easy as i make it look steve had very little to deal with our historic victory which was delivered by.

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