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"ben stein" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"ben stein" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"All right. Welcome back Steve Sanchez with you on this Thursday edition of the show I was talking about Ben Stein. Before I went to break and his reaction to Covid. They are really trying to throw him under the bus because, you know, God forbid you give your true testimony of the vaccine that he experienced. So why can't he say he experienced that He experienced it? My God, Even Eric Clanton did. In fact, Eric Clapton has made I'm glad the old Rock stars still kick ass. Because they have guts. Because, Eric, not like the Foo Fighters, these big sissies Okay that you know, or you don't get should prove us the vaccine, man. Okay, don't prove that we're not playing your shoe, dude. But old classic You see, the Foo Fighters will never go down in the classic rock history. Let's just be intellectualized. I know these people love them, and I really don't care if you love him. Readout doesn't hurt. My feelings doesn't make me high. I don't care. But they will never go down in history. Like Eric. Clapton has one of the best guitar players ever. And he basically said If I find out any of the shows that I do Requiring People to be vaccinated. I won't do the show. That is a true rockstar. True bad acid, saying, Don't do that to my fans because, like Matt Damon, who I have to give some respect, too, based on what he said is saying, Look, I'm not going to belittle the unvaccinated. It's a personal choice. That's the beauty of America. Thank you, Matt. Maybe you can talk some sense into Ben Affleck for a couple of things. Number one. He should have never left the Batman role and number two. Why is he with J. Lo again? Good God, it's like the Bible dog goes back to after his own vomit. But I guess we'll just leave that for another show. Ben Stein penned something that's quite remarkable. And I'm not going. I don't have time to read it right now. I might in the second hour, but he was talking about, um, this article. He wrote this this diary, so to speak. A farewell letters to America. It's called Goodbye, America. And saying that right now mark his words that July March the bar Abidin or will Saurus Omni dictatorship. J. Joe Biden or 1984, George Soros Omni dictatorship. And that You know Joe Biden with Big Internet Tech now admitting that they are suppressing thought He said. Look, we no longer have a constitution. And you know, this is just one big corporate government and socks, superstate running everything. Goodbye, America..

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"ben stein" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:07 min | 5 months ago

"ben stein" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I love to hear weezer covered this song. I bet they probably would cover each other on that tour. I bet i liked the song still. They can't help themselves. They put the y. In it's like i if they just left see me like i feel like we all instinctively winced as soon as we heard that part like it's just a necessary. I don't know that it's a good song but it is the first song that is identifiably green day. Where if i heard on the radio i'd say oh that's green day song. Unlike the first four. Which i'd be like is oh it's a it's black. He's got a new singer. It's also probably like what megan stop stockholm syndrome. Part of the album. Where it's like just anything that's close to good is great. Yeah no it's probably my favorite song in the album for sure. It's it's the only one. Where like billie jo's voice sounds like billie joe at least on the chorus and like you can kind of you hear the bass like throw holding everything together. It honestly it sounds like there are real people playing real instruments and like. He's actually singing. You know and i'll have to look you know that's what i give credit for now at this fucking green day's nice guitar solo on the song to. Yeah it's a good solo solo. I don't. I don't know that this would fit on dookie but i think maybe you can throw it on warning and it would like this could be the like i. I could see this being a good direction if green needs to keep making music do songs like this and i don't even know if that fits on warning like this is this feels like it could be another direction that they could try. I think if they had a song that sounded like this. We wouldn't be talking about this album. I'll agree with that. But i also wouldn't be excited about it. It's not it's not that now and also you with the title. I was a teenager teenager. You expect it to be poignant you expected to be like a look back on his teenage years with something to say but it's really not it's really just like it's truly just. I used to be a teenager who did drugs and hated school. And it's like yeah. I know you have told us that for years. Give us some fresh perspective. Like what are you now right exactly. And or what have you learned. You know looking back. One hundred teenage teenager right became an adulting adults. Or whatever. also when you're calling yourself you know when i was a teenager teenager full of piss and vinegar. It's quite clear that the you know the baking soda has neutralized that pissing vinegar. D like you. Don't you know there's none of that on this entire album. There's no like nothing is sung with any sort of conviction. There's nothing fresh about it. You know it's all just like the best song. I think is just the rehash of his of his adolescence in and it still sucks still boring and you know all of that. Piss and vinegar has long since been like auto fossil falsetto out of you and this is you know what's left. I guess is looking back in your life and being like yeah well. I was young once. You know that's a yikes not great. My life semes- in school is just for suckers living like a prison you for. Hey okay very weezer. Good melody. I like it but living like a prisoner for haters. What are you saying that you you know you care too much about vote other people thought of you. I guess just fucking say that like a prisoner for haters stupid. It's awkward it. It doesn't make sense. Then he goes from. I was a teenage teenager to. I am an alien visitor. Yeah i do not deep diabetes lyrics. I guess we the same. I am a martian everything. Six degrees of blow away. Can we just talk over. Let's actually look them home. Yes welcome home. Yup getting pardons from donald trump and kwami kilpatrick. Yeah season to fame and kodak black. Who's a bad bad rapist. Man also not be sure to. Oh no no i actually. Also we get to issue a retraction from a previous episode where we claimed or we using the information we had available at the time. We deliberated and said that soldier boy was not a piece of shit. Unfortunately he is. He's a bad bad bad bad man and he does rapes to his manager. So fuck soldier boy and fuck la- wayne and fuck green day. I guess that's the three line here at this. Should we go to the next one. We might as well be win the heart. Oh god live said. This song is literally just the diners diving diners drive ins and dives theme song as you as you listen to this song thing. Imagine again. This song belongs on simpson's abs- gonna say. Imagine guy fieri eating chili. Doug you how you high top down. Thank you. I should be so lucky guy. Fieri turns out great guy. I'm fully supportive. That man why someone genuinely no. He does gay weddings. That was apparently fake news. It was totally fake news. He has a sister and he does gay weddings. He's i've been wanting to. He loves really great with kids. He raids a ton of money for restaurants during the early days of the pandemic. he's very he highlights like you know a lot of like minority owned businesses. That don't get a lot of attention and puts them on the show and then they are really successful. Good if your guy fieri. He's a good job. A whole hot ones challenge without taking a single sip of water. What a fucking bad ass. Why don't you. Why don't you do a feature. That's like surprise surprise guys. I like that. I wonder if we did if i did the math. Like what percentage of our of the albums we've done had at least one member like do doing sexual assaults. I feel like it's many unfortunately. Yeah it's it's mostly just like assume everyone is terrible and then like maybe they prove you wrong who were the surprise goodguys. We've talked about on this show. No-one green day surprised. Good guys like i feel. They had to be looking into being like donating somebody to rain because they fucking called out for using a gary glitter song. Yeah we're not. We're not good guys here all right. Let's move on to.

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"ben stein" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:33 min | 5 months ago

"ben stein" Discussed on Pantheon

"I love to hear weezer covered this song. I bet they probably would cover each other on that tour. I bet i liked the song still. They can't help themselves. They put the y. In it's like i if they just left see me like i feel like we all instinctively winced as soon as we heard that part like it's just a necessary. I don't know that it's a good song but it is the first song that is identifiably green day. Where if i heard on the radio i'd say oh that's green day song. Unlike the first four. Which i'd be like is oh it's a it's black. He's got a new singer. It's also probably like what make it stop stockholm syndrome part of the album. Where it's like just anything that's close to good is great. Yeah no it's probably my favorite song in the album for sure. It's it's the only one way like billie jo's voice sounds like billie joe at least on the chorus And like you can kind of you hear the bass like throw holding everything together. It honestly it sounds like they're real people playing real instruments and like he's actually singing you know and that's what i have to look. You know that's what i give credit for now at this fucking green day's nice guitar solo on the song to. Yeah it's a good solo solo. I don't. I don't know that this would fit on dookie but i think maybe you can throw it on warning and it would like this could be the like i. I could see this being a good direction if green needs to keep making music do songs like this and i don't even know if that fits on warning like this is this feels like it could be another direction that they could try. I think if they had a song that sounded like this. We wouldn't be talking about this album. I'll agree with that. But i also wouldn't be excited about it. It's not it's not that now and also you with the title. I was a teenager teenager. You expect it to be poignant you expected to be like a look back on his teenage years with something to say but it's really not it's really just like it's truly just. I used to be a teenager who did drugs and hated school. And it's like yeah. I know you have told us that for years. Give us some fresh perspective. Like what are you now right exactly. And or what have you learned. You know looking back. One hundred teenage teenager right became an adulting adults. Or whatever. also when you're calling yourself you know when i was a teenager teenager full of piss and vinegar. It's quite clear that the you know the baking soda has neutralized that pissing vinegar. D like you. Don't you know there's none of that on this entire album. There's no like nothing is sung with any sort of conviction. There's nothing fresh about it. You know it's all just like the best song. I think is just the rehash of his of his adolescence in. And it still sucks. It's still boring and you know all of that. Piss and vinegar has long since been like auto fossil falsetto out of you and this is you know what's left. I guess is looking back in your life and being like yeah well. I was young once. You know a yikes not great. My life semes- in school is just for suckers living like a prison. You for hey okay. Very weezer good melody. I like it but living like a prisoner for haters. What are you saying that you you know you care too much about vote other people thought of you. I guess just fucking say that like a prisoner for haters stupid. It's awkward it. It doesn't make sense. Then he goes from. I was a teenage teenager to. I am an alien visitor. Yeah i do not deep diabetes lyrics. I guess we the same. I am a martian everything. Six degrees blow away. Can we just talk over. Let's actually look them home. Yes welcome home. Yup getting pardons from donald trump and kwami kilpatrick. Yeah i'm town season to fame and kodak black who's a bad bad rapist man. Also not be sure to. Oh no no i actually. Also we get to issue a retraction from a previous episode where we claimed or we using the information we had available at the time. We deliberated and said that soldier boy was not a piece of shit. Unfortunately he is. He's a bad bad bad bad man and he does rapes to his manager. So fuck soldier boy and fuck la- wayne and fuck green day. I guess that's the three line here at this. Should we go to the next one. We might as well be win the heart. Oh god live said. This song is literally just the diners diving diners drive ins and dives theme song as you as you listen to this song thing. Imagine again. This song belongs on simpson's abs- gonna say. Imagine guy fieri eating chili. Doug you how you in high top down thank you. I should be so lucky guy. Fieri turns out great guy. I'm fully supportive. That man. why someone genuinely no. he does. Gay weddings apparently fake news. It was totally fake news. He has a sister and he does gay weddings. He's i've been wanting to. He loves really great with kids. He raids a ton of money for restaurants during the early days of the pandemic. he's very he highlights like you know a lot of like minority owned businesses. That don't get a lot of attention and puts them on the show and then they are really successful. Good if your guy fieri. He's a good job. A whole hot ones challenge without taking a single sip of water. What a fucking bad ass. Why don't you. Why don't you do a feature. That's like surprise surprise guys. I like that. I wonder if we did if i did the math. Like what percentage of our of the albums we've done had at least one member like do doing sexual assaults like i feel like it's many unfortunately. Yeah it's it's mostly just like assume everyone is terrible and then like maybe they prove you wrong who were the surprise goodguys. We've talked about on this show. No-one green day surprised. Good guys like i feel. They had to be looking into being like donating somebody to rain because they fucking called out for using a gary glitter song. Yeah we're not. We're not good guys here all right. Let's move on to.

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"ben stein" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:16 min | 5 months ago

"ben stein" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Know around funny. Yeah i mean. They used to be speaking about their experience. It's what we call the eminem effect. I'm just calling it here right. It's like when you make your entire when you stake. Your claim is like an artist on being an outsider. On being kind of fuck up and being you know a weirdo and like having indulging your basest instincts and just like longview. A which is one of my favorite. I mean honestly. Every single song on the album is perfect is a perfect album beginning to end like critical foundational text of my childhood as well. I was just a little too young to go with my dad to the dookie concert. Like i was literally right on the cusp. And i remember. I think my mom was like no and my dad went to umass amherst and saw the dookie show but anyway So those songs were naughty and punk and silly and kind of like Blink when eighty two in their early days but like Just a little bit like you said a little bit more You know I don't know like these universal like teenage teams. But the point. I was making about eminem. When you like you know put position yourself as an outsider. Your position yourself. As somebody who's like designed to like shock and you know free people out and then you get accepted by mainstream society right like in the like the eight mile or the american idiot then. Then you're celebrated any it's like. Oh wow the t the voice of generation and then you have to continue your career. It's really hard to do that. And these people have failed like it's the same kind of thing and just also kind of like the simpsons right like brunei. We're actually drawing parallels also with weezer and like the wizards career and this album kind of has that same missing the mark. vibe as some of these later era weezer albums where you you also don't need to have you don't need to have a career. That spans. three generative shelling stop. And i know this is like a theme of the show. Like just stop you've done enough But like it is kind of similar a similar trajectory in that sense where they kind of. Just keep trying to ship their sound like this is basically like a garage rock revival album in some weird way. I would say this is up in your garage. Rock revival revival revival about exactly. This is some of these songs. There's literally a song that is hate to say out till jews and they have the song. Yeah the keys users having guitar solos. Yeah here's all right. So the weezer comparison i think is apps. I mean not even just because they about to go on tour together. Be really the super bowl. Super hyper mega. Hell of a lot of good for them. Good green day and fall out boy. And i was gonna go. I was gonna go see him. But i gotta go to all are over twenty twenty one guys look like we have no we are gonna show. We're staying in here right now. We will go to this show. Do journalists will go in on the inside and wash it off record. Yeah we're going to go fucking get super stoned drunk and have a blast. We're gonna have an amazing time. We're on ironically going to love. It could go on. But so i think yeah so. They're in similar positions. They both sort of blew up around the same time and they've been struggling for relevancy for a similar time. Weezer though i feel like rivers cuomo is driven by this. We're desire to where all these different pop hats and like. Try on different pop hats of like. Oh now i'm going to try to do like you know pop hip hop and now the new shit is like to do like acoustic pop but at all. He doesn't realize that no matter what he does. It's all gonna everything. He does fit into this narrow box. That really only kind of works. If you're doing pop punk and by refusing to do pop punk you know they get middling results. This i think is a little bit more insidious. Because i think green bay knows exactly what they're doing. I don't think they're trying for anything other than to make an album. That will be full of songs. That will be played hockey games. Because they have a partnership with the nhl they get paid by the nhl and they made this album for the nhl. That is my theory. that's what i'm saying. That's why it sounds like this. Well that's why they have that. Gary glitter fuck sample to. Oh my god you've cracked the code. Michael i in a place that was my entire fucking thing when we were talking about this for the worst the year and just talking about it for this episode. I was like who is this for who is four. You know you don't need to do this on any level like is somebody like. Oh money did you lose a bet like what is happening because not even record companies are like. We need a new green day album. That'll shakeup the zuma's gonna love this fucking early. Two thousands gossip soundtrack. Just be the most highly compressed album. I've heard in forever. It's it's as being compressed compressed compressed. it's like the drums. Don't sound like like droughts at all weird billie joe armstrong is not on this record. That is a fucking. That's that's a disembodied forgiving like corpse. That's been like reanimated just to like you know like shout fucking cage the elephant lyrics into a broken amp like. I don't understand like how the falsetto the him doing that. Yeah it's supposedly supposedly. It's him but you know. I don't hear any green day on this album at all It's such a facimile of its former self. And i think you're right that it is more sinister than you might think. Initially right the the hockey the backup vocals. I don't know why. I think waist high pitch voice a thing. Maybe it is him. That's a really interesting point. Because i was trying to figure this out because this album is twenty six minute minutes which i will say it's going to factor into the rating the fact that it is so short thank god. The songs are extremely short. The album overall twenty six minutes long and so like part of me is like well. None of these fucking ideas are fully formed and other songs are real like nobody on. This album is seems committed to it at all. Why even make the album and the album. But i guess it's for.

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"ben stein" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:39 min | 5 months ago

"ben stein" Discussed on Pantheon

"Everything time he meets hot heat in two thousand two s. Okay will mixed with the new portugal. The man. hey everybody welcome to reagan. Stop bad music. Good times i'm back. I'm mike dunn and oh yeah they. Soft claps for everyone. Actually that sounded that clap was to authentic to be honest. That was like that was made by a real human hand. We gotta run it through a compressor compressors couple compressors. Because that's what punk is and we are of course talking about Green day the latest album twenty twenties father of all dod began saying impolite company. The father of all motherfuckers but they weren't even motherfucking bold enough to actually fuck and finish the goddamn sentence and that should tell you really everything you need to know about this album. We have talked about it on the show before our worst of twenty twenty episode and honestly We did decide that. i guess. Maybe someone inspired by our episode. Recent episode with kierra on the weirdness that you know sometimes you need to take aim at your heroes at your most venerated. You know childhood heroes even if it hurts even if it sucks even if you'd rather just pretend it doesn't exist like the zombie simpson's you know those twenty seasons after the good seasons That i would just like to pretend aren't real. But unfortunately they are and this album is and so we gotta talk about it and with us to to dig in our fellow fellow fellow fellow. Just straight up our fellow our dear dear friend friend of the pod recurring guest and also fellow. Green bay fan. I guess is what i was looking for. You know. Corn corn fed suckling. The teat of Billie joe armstrong. Since his youth. Ben stein is back i am. I don't think so i. I like green day there. I think that i'm necessarily like do not foundational texts for me. That like i know it is for many other votes. But you mean us might. I do love duty. And that's probably the one album other than like warning weirdly that i have like a relationship with. No they're not. They're not like my venerated heroes or anything i would say. You weren't suckling. I was i was. I was never suckling. Just assumed because you because you're like a skop pop punk head. I sumed wrongly that you care about green day. I know green day. And i like green day. They're not there no opportunity for me. They're no they're like they're not like foundational banned in that same way. Sure well for me and heather. They were Yeah i think. I probably talked about it before but it was my first cassette tape ever in third grade was insomniac short dookie shortly thereafter followed them all the way up to american idiot loved every album warning was okay and then sort of eventually started. Just cringing in america hit lost. Its hold on me you okay. September ended for you when were at umass together and american idiot came out and you and i were confounded by it. And you're telling me my brother. Alex loves this album and got it. Like i am respected music taste but for some reason it just i think. That's where some micro generational divide must have happened. Some some cleveland tasr marion. Whatever definitely spoke to a demographic it did it was huge and i. It came out actually my senior year of high school. That's when i got it. That christmas christmas two thousand five. No two thousand christmas two thousand four and i i of liked it. I liked the radio singles. I was excited to get it. I liked holiday. Inn fucking american idiot. Those are kind of classic sound in green day songs. But over time i really the the theater kid aspects of the album just started grading on me and it's like who had in his first polly side class. Yeah and it's like. I don't actually want to listen to ten minute like prog pop punk. You know like opus. Unless chemical romance. I'll listen to the radio singles. But i and boulevard of broken dreams got so overplayed but yeah. My brother's generation the like five years slightly younger than us early nineties. Kids really really sauce like that album really spoke to them. That was their dookie. I feel and you still see teens today. Wearing like american sweatshirts and stuff like that. It's still pretty relevant. When but us so that era of green day you know that was kind of my departure point but the the music they kept making like through twenty twenty first century breakdown and revolution radio and no dose trae easy to ignore but it didn't offend me like this album does like this is such a this one really. It feels so much more wrong than what was leading up to it. What is this dose. Trae i i think this totally just skipped. I have no idea what this is. I was looking at their discography. This morning at night did not know about this. Yeah i mean none of us do for the for exactly the same album. It's an album albums. What the hell realities released at the same time. It missed me. Yeah and for the best. I'll know about who trays. I listened to the first few tracks on and decided that all three albums weren't for me. It's just kind of crazy to me. That i think my biggest takeaway from this experience of this album is just how in listening to dookie again this morning. Which really put this into context. Is these guys. Were kinda clever in the beginning. How did they get less. Clever in less smart over the years it just. It's like the titles of these tracks are so dumb and the league is just so stupid. It's so not clever and they used to be kind of you know around funny. Yeah i mean. They used to be speaking about their experience. It's what we call the eminem effect. I'm just calling it here right. It's like when you make your entire when you stake. Your claim is like an artist on being an outsider. On being kind of fuck up and being you know a weirdo and like having indulging your basest instincts and just like longview. A which is one of my favorite. I mean honestly. Every single song on the album is perfect is a perfect album beginning to end like critical foundational texts of my childhood as well. I was just a little too young to go with my dad to the dookie concert. Like i was literally right on the cusp..

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"ben stein" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Acted, as they were. Winning. His personal money well the, thing. Is I think he's trying to come off as really really smart because the. Show is hard I. Think I. Know I know that I realized that but I think he's. Playing. That, he's trying. To play it like I'm super intelligent, because I host the hardest game show on TV Ben stein No. You're. Right win Ben. Stein's money that was a great. Show, too yeah but that guy was. A legitimate no question. About it no. Question. About yeah, all. Right Craig. Thanks man. All right have a good Stein's money win Ben. Stein's money that was a. Fun show that was a. Fun show C three or one area code says Nickelodeon just. Brought back double dare with. The old host that's right He's back Mark summers is back on double dare I haven't watched the new, double dare but I used to watch it all. The time Eight one five area because is what about you bet your life with Groucho Marx fantastic show fantastic show so. Not so much a legitimate game show as just a a show that, exists in order for, Groucho to be funny like to interact with because the. Funny stuff on the game show itself wasn't. All that, great but all the stuff the interviews. And Groucho talking and interacting with the, contestants that was what was genius about that show So we got a break. We got the news coming up right here News traffic weather sports these conversations Steve concrete free weekday mornings at seven twenty WGN learn about the lives of special Olympians and..

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"ben stein" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So what do you want what do you want to be when you grow up engineer just general training like a different engineer a mechanical mechanical engineer also my father my father was he did didn't talk much either no our engineers taught when they talk to us here they say would you do then are say that can't be fixed grayson it's a pleasure to know you i have prizes for you have got a luma gift card or gift card from apt let's abt electronics get selves up from there as well just for being a good kid so keep it up okay grayson yeah good talk thank you now i can go back to bed ben stein ben stein buehler buehler back you put it very well he's a man of few words got stuff to do is he's got work to do he doesn't need my nonsense any cleans the toilets how about that that's grayson p and his family obviously you know anytime you have a kid that's a good kid of the week kid the parents are getting it done so i don't know what that says about the rest of us but all of our kids are sleeping talk to abigail grace yesterday oh this is cute yesterday monday afternoon she and i usually hang out right memorial day so ross and lauren were working so they were home so they didn't need you they've niimi so facetime with abigail grayson the afternoon i see that aggressives monday we're not together i miss you and she went yeah yeah everybody does did she talk to the hand six forty nine what's coming up at seven steve steve oh chicago fire department diver has died in the line of duty we'll tell you what happened it have more details at seven o'clock from the wgn radio newsroom and traffic sponsored by account temps the edens thirty minutes inbound from lake cook road inbound kennedy about thirty eight from o'hare.

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"ben stein" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on No Agenda

"But what my president on the list good i'm glad you keeping track of that that's a good list it is i'm going to posted it online eventually i should posted online where the next newsletter but it it sits all in there i mean you can hear their stuff accept and they come up with unhinged through these strikes me i get i see a wall well lending get a new lizzy nbc um did something very interesting i think they wanted to explain it too dumb people who watch cnbc for more on that listen to divorced horowitz unplug and they brought in a clip to explain how bad this was this is from a favored movie one of your favorites fares buehler's day off i know you're already interested now right like how did they will islander here with a clip biz now that you know babb in that movie ruler ps ben snow ler ben stein is the teacher and he asks the class a very specific question in 1930 the republicancontrolled house of representatives in an effort to alleviate the effects of the anyone anyone the great depression passed the anyone anyone a tariff bill the holly smoothed tariff act which anyone raised or lowered raised tariffs in an effort to collect more revenue for the federal government good at work anyone anywhere no the effects it did not work on the united states sank deeper into the great depression tightness that is american history right there that's how we teach people displayed old affairs buehler clip okay well that's good we shouldn't do as a goodwin the only thing that was better he's been stein came on and he had a different take my reactor that trade wars are always a bad thing but that we have a special category for steel and aluminum which is that they're vinyl defence belongings and we are alleged stayed where the cold war is heating up incredibly rapidly the days when there was the cold war over russia's bragging threatening there there's date real danger a real gone look we need a strong metals industry engage there is war i sure looks to me like there's gonna be some guy in the war on women.

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"ben stein" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Where you can say yes yes indeed accomplish play righty one emmy for writing when ben stein's money he wrote it what are your other books is on sitcoms with is this whole classics classic sitcoms of which is how i first learned that uh howard bordin is really bob in emily's sun but we'll we'll we'll say that for another conversation a good to see you get as it's a sad circumstances but good to see manila's yeah it was the wait a it was known that mary was not doing well for the past couple of years but i said boy she can get through that that celebrity nabbing 2016 than we've done something and so when she got through 2016 and hit hitter eightieth birthday said you know maybe will maybe she'll postseason took a couple of weeks it's 2017 i was rather surprised at of surprised at how surprised i walk was well and apparently apparently as i understand it happen quickly yeah well she a he even though she'd been illhealth for quite some time apparently her demise happen quickly as so i've read i've read a no no i don't know much more about the new to whatever the paper that she was in hospital and it was fairly known that this was probably not going to have a myself com because we we we talked about this before be this happens so many times it's hard to think of laura petrie without mary tyler moore but does she was not the first choice to play that she was only choice of play um laura petrie in the final uh in the dick van dyke show effect they looked at carlson's 25 actresses and couldn't find any when that was even close on she did there wasn't other actors playing the role in carl's a very different of promise pilot call head of the family but that was of course a one on one camera show and it was a it it required something different than what mayor mary tyler moore would bring to the role of a once they got into doing a three cameras show a at down the does he little lot in the style of the danny thomas i love lucy sort of.

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"ben stein" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Interview with ben stein today eight six or it's six thirty easter and by mothers like a can't wait and i'll go billy says he's another a whole just like hannity and russian back and say oh billy what is your problem understand you realize i do for a living with those three guys do for a living ride truth hurts joey block i've now blocked my uncle the ago i carrie do i have time for that on my face but merrily course you downtown core downtime probably add so i digress radio row is where a about two weeks ago they had a radio row and it was about i don't think it was about tax reform out of an healthcare might have been immigration there are similar topic and the president decided he's gonna go out and talk to the radio people just via some of them i guess now this radio row was outside the white house and the whole way or some this one is going to be inside the white house now i can't say who i am aurium knock the interview which i do i do know but i can't say um but suffice it to say i'm gonna go to washington on wednesday will do the show from washington on wednesday i was gonna invite carry but she taken several more days off this week's are good she won't be coming but beware get in why it may not always totalling now i willingly going to get a refund yeah i gotta get a refund here and elated and hopefully that in fact somebody's heavy hitters could be interviewing veradero request requested you billy now i know you're lying and the girl at they've i think they could have you know they didn't say that i'm pretty sure i know that but assured the you no one 100 percent on one hundred percent on at nagpur campaign because you just don't know shit ally now fake news one eight hundred three three nine 64 joe pegues dot com soap thursday.

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"ben stein" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Now america's number one show one pop culture and politics this is thumb michael medved show and another great day another great weekend fact in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great week let us hope another great week for the american economy which impacts the way we live which impacts our national security more than anything else and the american economy is a miracle and why then do so many millennials resent capitalism and thinks that it is a broken system we'll talk about that with ben stein he is a great economists to great political thinker and also a very funny guy and of course wellknown to many millennials and others because of his work in hollywood he has a and new book called the capitalist code will be speaking with ben stein a little bit later will also be talking about new efforts by a number of cities to discourage not pan handling so much but to discourage people from giving anything to panhandlers is that cruel is that thoughtless is that inappropriate we will get to that issue as well on a very crowded day on the michael medved show but first of course all of the continued and some brand new controversies or not exactly brand new but newly revived controversies swirling around the president of the united states it's virtually impossible to shut this stuff out of your mind i it it infects every conversation or nearly every conversation you're gonna have a wonderful weekend as i was privileged to do and the weekend of celebration my wife and i even add chance to go out to eat last night together just the two of us which was great all kinds of good things in yet considerations of president trump and what he's doing and what's wrong and where we're going in whether we're going to get this behind this tax reform which is so important to our economy are not all of that invades all the time and people on the show were longtime listeners the show no i consider senator john mccain a personal friend and.

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"ben stein" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"America's number one one pop culture and politics this is thumb michael medved show and another great day another great weekend fact in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great week let us hope another great week for the american economy which impacts the way we live which impacts our national security more than anything else and the american economy is a miracle and why then do so many millennials resent capitalism and thinks that it is a broken system we'll talk about that with ben stein he is a great economists to great political thinker and also a very funny guy and of course wellknown to many millennials and others because of his work in hollywood he has a and new book called the capitalist code will be speaking with ben stein a little bit later will also be talking about new efforts by a number of cities to discourage not pan handling so much but to discourage people from giving anything to panhandlers is that cruel is that thoughtless is that inappropriate we will get to that issue as well on a very crowded day on the michael medved show but first of course all of the continued and some brand new controversies or not exactly brand new but newly revived controversies swirling around the president of the united states it's virtually impossible to shut this stuff out of your mind i it it infects every conversation or nearly every conversation you're gonna have a wonderful weekend as i was privileged to do and the weekend of celebration my wife and i even add chance to go out to eat last night together just the two of us which was great all kinds of good things in yet considerations of president trump and what he's doing and what's wrong and where we're going in whether we're going to get this behind this tax reform which is so important to our economy are not all of that invades all the time and people on the show were longtime listeners the show no i consider senator john mccain kane a personal friend and.

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"ben stein" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"And politics this is thumb michael medved show and another great day another great week in fact in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great week let us hope another great week for the american economy which impacts the way we live which impacts our national security more than anything else and the american economy as a miracle and why then do so many millennials resent capitalism and thinks that it is a broken system we'll talk about that with ben stein he is a great economist a great political thinker and also a very fun guy and of course wellknown to many millennials and others because of his work in hollywood he has a and new book called the capitalist code will be speaking with ben stein a little bit later will also be talking about new efforts by a number of cities to discourage not pan in handling so much but to discourage people from giving anything to panhandlers is that cruel is that thoughtless is that inappropriate we will get to that issue as well on a very crowded day on the michael medved show but first of course all of the continued and some brand new controversies or not exactly brand new but newly revived controversies swirling around the president of the united states it's virtually impossible to shut this stuff out of your mind i it it infects every conversation or nearly every conversation you can have a wonderful weekend as i was privileged to do and at the weekend of celebration my wife and i even add chance to go out to eat last night together just the two of us which was great all kinds of good things in yet considerations of president trump and what he's doing and what's wrong and where we're going in whether we're going to get this kind this tax reform which is so important to our economy are not all of that invades all the time and people on the show were longtime listeners the show no i consider senator john mccain kane a personal friend and.

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"ben stein" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:56 min | 4 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"America's number one pop culture and politics this is thumb michael medved show and another great day another great week in fact in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great week let us hope america's thumb pop culture and politics this is thumb michael medved show and another great day another great week in fact in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great week let us hope another guy great week for the american economy which impacts the way we live which impacts our national security more than anything else and the american economy is a miracle and why then do so many millennials resent capitalism and thinks that it is a broken system we'll talk about that with ben stein he is a great economists to great political thinker and also a very funny guy and of course wellknown to many millennials at others because of his work in hollywood he has a new book called the capitalist code will be speaking with ben stein a little bit later will also be talking about new efforts by a number of cities to discourage not pan him ling so much but to discourage people from giving anything to panhandlers is that cruel is that thoughtless has that inappropriate we will get to that issue as well on a very crowded day on the michael medved show but first of course all of the can tin you'd and some brand new controversies or not exactly brand new but newly revived controversies swirling around the president of the united states it's virtually impossible to shut this stuff out of your mind i it it infects every conversation or nearly every conversation you can have a wonderful your full weekend as i was privileged to do and uh the weekend of celebration my wife and i even had a chance to go out to eat last night together just the two of us which was great uh all kinds of good things and yet considerations of president trump and what he's doing and what's wrong and where we're going in whether we're going to get this kind this tax reform which is so important to our economy or not all of that invades all the time and people on the show were longtime listeners the show no i consider senator john mccain kane a personal friend and.

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"ben stein" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:56 min | 4 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"America's number one pop culture and politics this is thumb michael medved show and another great day another great week in fact in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great week let us hope america's thumb pop culture and politics this is thumb michael medved show and another great day another great week in fact in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great week let us hope another guy great week for the american economy which impacts the way we live which impacts our national security more than anything else and the american economy is a miracle and why then do so many millennials resent capitalism and thinks that it is a broken system we'll talk about that with ben stein he is a great economists to great political thinker and also a very funny guy and of course wellknown to many millennials at others because of his work in hollywood he has a new book called the capitalist code will be speaking with ben stein a little bit later will also be talking about new efforts by a number of cities to discourage not pan him ling so much but to discourage people from giving anything to panhandlers is that cruel is that thoughtless has that inappropriate we will get to that issue as well on a very crowded day on the michael medved show but first of course all of the can tin you'd and some brand new controversies or not exactly brand new but newly revived controversies swirling around the president of the united states it's virtually impossible to shut this stuff out of your mind i it it infects every conversation or nearly every conversation you can have a wonderful your full weekend as i was privileged to do and uh the weekend of celebration my wife and i even had a chance to go out to eat last night together just the two of us which was great uh all kinds of good things and yet considerations of president trump and what he's doing and what's wrong and where we're going in whether we're going to get this kind this tax reform which is so important to our economy or not all of that invades all the time and people on the show were longtime listeners the show no i consider senator john mccain kane a personal friend and.

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"ben stein" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:49 min | 4 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Family and now inadequate america's pop culture and politics michael and another great day in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great day to look at the great issue that god president trump elected the issue was the american economy defending it reanimated getting us back to the kind of growth rate that actually benefits every american particularly americans who want to move up that economic ladder and you don't want it's not limited to rich people to be able to move up that economic ladder by investing by using your money by using the power of capitalism benz star nine new york times bestselling author of former aide to president nixon former aide to president ford is a speechwriter and of course actor television personality renaissance man has written a really terrific little book and it's a kind of thing you can read quickly but you're gonna want to underline law of it it's called the capitalist code it can save your life and then in smaller letters it says and make you very rich ben stein congratulations on the book we'll god but look open with trump will by to make me rich well and you see this is the the joy of capitalism is that if more people make themselves rich they not only make you rich they actually help economic growth so that even people who don't buy the book will benefit when it becomes a triumphal bestseller well i hope so i hope to take robert doormat we have a fading which is there's no one who group headed this summer to smart and the message book is so simple it is it a wonderful thing to inherit a bit of a wonderful than going out from her mother and father graham are grandpa that's called pre but better preview guarding and growing your own and make your and grow and make you a rich person bro and by the way is obvious self evident the relatively risks and rewards but look at five or just a moment there is a great thing we have lots of money how do you get lots of volume well by have revived with obama you're gonna get even more money how do you give them off the.

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"ben stein" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"ben stein" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"The realtor said look we had an appointment three pm to come look at the shop and he goes no four pm and a real take us now it's it's three pm that's that was the agreement and he said no i was told that there was four four o'clock and he goes look i opened now you have your phone look let me show you the email and they said god i come in and that's how married to the foreign portfolio investment four o'clock central i just like when people try lying and then they go grow i gotta i gotta fact so that we why then and he's like now is the same size this place it's about three thousand square feet this about five thousand square feet and then we come in and he's like yeah but now no you can't go back there that's where they make that you like this all part of the most elaborate heist in the world uh i just i'm always interested in when people attempt ally and then abandoned their lie and then just move right on end there's never any i also i'm also fascinated with the person that just wants you to go away yeah and you know like your dental let's talk has place and i shall let you stay here every every every single time i used to go visit jimmy on the lot when he was like to win win ben stein's money in their film and on ktla slide or whatever i would just pull up and go i'm here to see jimmy kimmel we're going to have lunch i'm supposed to be here noon and they may look at a clipboard for it eight seconds ago now now now now nazi here and i thought like it's i'm never going to go i tried i'm just going to go on some other latin ask for some other random celebrity like the understand i'm getting on a i know you're plan is just go away it's it's weird said where you're going to have to pick up the phone and call somebody but it's a weird thing when everyone's first impulse is just go away have you talked to jimmy about the affordable care act altay in one second first sunny sas can very crucial question which is he wants to know if we can go to the other shop he wants to watch football tanking now only few run like forrest gump.

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