16 Burst results for "Benjamin Wynn"
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Match in six minutes and forty one seconds with the f. Five this is their first match together. Nobody could have probably predicted what this is going to look like a couple years later Yeah actually. I think they could have. Because i think it was the way that any worked with brock and the way that brock work with any they they knew how to work with and for each other so it was essentially the first time in looking at going. You know what this could work. Because brock was able to accentuate eddie's positives and vice versa survivor series. Los guerreros win the tag titles Guerrero makes mysterious submit to the lasso from el paso to win their first tag team championship. Or your lasso. Come from and they turn due to their popularity so they're big baby faces now they're ultimately going to drop the belts to t- bangle. Which is charlie haas. Shelton benjamin In early february on smackdown and they started feud together and both teams find themselves in a match at wrestlemania. Nineteen along with been one rhino. They're all vying to be number one contenders for that. Tag title ultimately They do not wind up victorious. A haas and benjamin wynn that triple threat they get a rematch. Backlash and los guerreros lose their again but along the way chabot tears his biceps and that forces guerrero to look for another partner he chooses to jiri and believe it or not they win the tag titles so this is guerrero. Second title win They went into judgment day team angle in a ladder match while the jiri. The right substitute for chabot. I think that he has entertainment value in that to jerry was able to express his emotion. Sue his facials in through his physical How he reacted to jerry man. Come on e. He was absolutely one of the best and they fit. It was like peas and carrots but during during this time there was a incident in san diego with the guerreros and haas. And benjamin good lord man. I went back in I'm sitting there thinking Shit they're all pissed off and i think that Charlie and ten were in the locker room and chabot and he went in. And i don't remember. I think it was tshuva. Going in and eddie in his back and but long and short of it i was that they came in to fight and everybody knew it in someone had told me and i headed off chavalit eddie at the past and there was a glass door into the locker. Room there And they just kinda into rounded me and got in and it wasn't wasn't wasn't really fide it was. I think everybody got in between them. In cooler. heads prevailed. But you talk about a scary fight for tough guys legit for shooters and For guys are definitely go. So i'm a extremely grateful. That cooler heads prevailed. I didn't get my ass. Kicked in the middle of them kicking each other's ass. Let's talk about jerry. And eddie they even work a tag match at madison square garden against roddy piper and his protege. At the time. Sean o'hare man if you're an old school wrestling fan. Which obviously eddie was. He had to be tickled to be working. Roddy piper madison square garden. Are you kidding me. Roddy and chabot whole ship Had a tremendous rivalry in los angeles. When eddie's dad gory was promoting los angeles so the guerreros and piper go way. Way back you know. I think viper very much like me was honorary grill and vice versa so a thrill and they knew each other well. There's lots of respect. Although sides that fence initially guerrero into jerry would lose the The titles to team angle. Who are now calling themselves. The world's greatest tag team that happens in early july on smackdown and then guerrero would turn onto jiri. Slamming him through the windshield of his low rider truck turning heel again and the following week a grill tries to explain his actions to the audience. Into everyone's surprise the audience doesn't care they're still with eighty zero. It's it's pretty remarkable. I don't think eddie could have been a. He'll here if he tried. The audience had fallen in love with him. Yeah eddie going to the to the audience and asking the audience for affirmation the chances like no. It's okay man. we love you. Whatever he did. They loved tournament. July vo three for the united states championship. He's gonna advanced the final round feeding ultimate dragon and billy gone along the way but in the finals it's down to him and bin wa and at vengeance he turns the cheating. Hits been wild with the belt. At one point in the match guerrero tries to get it wa in trouble by placing the title belt on top of the unconscious wa. Of course it doesn't work since knocked out the referee earlier with championship belt. So the bell shot to the kidneys and the match ends with interference gore from rhino benoit's partner who was furious at the team's failure and guerrero pins been wa in wins the us championship. He retains by bit defeating rhino at summer slam. Been wa is also in there along with the jiri. It's a fatal four way which seems kind of common in this era. We got a lot of talented performers. Not sure what to do with them. House just throw in a four-way turns face again at least officially and he starts a feud against john cena. So the united states champion anti guerrero defeats johnson on smackdown that week by the q. After the challenger hit a low blow all guerrero was attempting a series of rolling snap. Suplexes out cena bloodied the champion. It's him and chokes him with a steel chain before dropping guerrero with the f. You onto a steel wheel in the ring. It's pretty remarkable. When you think about this. John cena as a heel beating up an anti guerrero that the fans absolutely adore a few years later would say almost impossible but it happened here we are. Yeah exactly and. I think that i think it could have happened. Years later with roles reversed in the audience still would have been behind. Eddie it's it really is just such an interesting dynamic that you know saying is going to get over and become the face of the place literally But it's like the fans. Your point still would have cheered. Eddie and they had a pretty memorable latino heat. Parking lot brawl on smackdown that airs on september eleventh. When andy penn cena with the frogsplash off of a minivan onto cena he's on the hood of an adjacent car and in that match chabot makes his return and attack. Cena any memories of that production. you know whenever you're working with cars it feels like the.
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
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"benjamin wynn" Discussed on Homophilia
"Of those parts, and I really really mired them because. I'm sure that fucked up fucked up on short fucked their careers up a little bit. Making scenes. They really are very bold. In in their portrayal of those characters, and that was at a time when that had enormous career n de risk attached to it. Absolutely I saw that movie was on television. In later years like late night, television and I remember being in the basement, and watching it with the sound at like one out of twenty might face an inch screen like a an ear to the stairs. Just in case anybody came down the most exciting. Movie ever healing of knowing like this is going to mean so much more to me than I wanted to and the guy anybody noticing. Do we to me. It's going in unit did. And where was young John Benjamin Wynn. He seeing that movie in terms of knowing that you were an actor. Oscar say knows gay. I don't think I think I was scared. He that idea that I was gay couples, even more scared of the idea that I wanted to be an active I was doing a lot of Stuff in high school. You know just of recreationally in Dan in college I started doing a lot more but I.
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Right I think things have changed dramatically and obviously this is far beyond football of course Anderson. This is about our country and what we're seeing and what you're talking about every night on air, and and the NFL is a part of our culture, and clearly they are seeing this and so everything that we thought might have been the case. A couple of weeks ago is no more. And I can go. No, no, no go ahead. Well so so I just think that this shows if anyone is doubting how big a deal this is, and the tragedy of George Floyd, and all of the issues that we're talking about with black lives matter if anyone doubts that this is one of the watershed moments in our nation's history, something like a a sports league seems insignificant, except it's the nfl the our national pastime. Pastime, and if it hell is giving us that kind of statement today, which he did that signals that things have changed dramatically WanNa bring an Jones running back for the Green Bay packers. Aaron, being with us, you're a you're in the league right now. How do you think Adele's message going to be received by by the players? And how is it being received by you? Off. Will just glad he's listening. he's. Not, he's. Over squeeze. As openers. So, what's in store and so? I I think everybody. Is trying to take whatever they may be. If I can't I can't tell you how somebody else's GonNa react yeah. Benjamin Wynn. You didn't interview. Just I think it was yesterday and you were talking about how you had racist teammates Do you wish that this came from Goodell a lot earlier? And I wish we weren't dealing with any of this You know the truth of the matter is we live in a fallen world? We have seminar role manifest itself many times in a bunch of different things including racism, and so my wish would be that. We won't have any of this going on, but we do so. Yeah of course I wish that. Not, just a statement be made, but I wish that we wouldn't be dealing with the disparities that we're dealing within our culture that we won't be dealing with you know the year as one hundred. The two hundred years, a slave route one hundred fifty years of Jim Crow. Red Lining residential segregation. The list goes on and on incarceration I was dealing with any of those things, but here we are, and so the question is. How do we collectively? WHY BLACK RICH POOR! How are we going to make this country better so? That's what this has to be about. This has to be about American looking in the mirror. Because what we're seeing right now is a reflection of ourselves and deciding what we're going to do to make it better. Arron win when the season finally does. Start again and players are on the field. How do you think this changes things? So? Much of Back then we knew what it was about. Solidarity we, we are new. SCOPE! For us is nothing's really changed. We're GONNA. Continue to go ourselves. We. In our office. We don't see that it started off. All. Lay, down? Any! Know we have one common, goal. Aaron, Jones I appreciate. you joining us. Thank you so much Benjamin Watson as well and and Christine Brennan Policy said we. We tried to get you on camera and obviously some technical issues even with the phone. Really appreciate you coming Benjamin Watson great to have you Christine thanks so much We're going to have a closer look at the policing that we have seen as people protest current policy current policing. We've seen extraordinary images from the police in a positive way, and also some sticking incidents as well this in Buffalo. The fact that some officers are now defending the officers involved. We'll be right back. mentioned..
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds
"Hello and welcome to feedback with your butts. The podcast arm of Year Buds podcast collective I'm your host and the founder of ear Buds Ariel Nissim Black. This episode covers the week of June first through Fifth Twenty twenty I love it when a month starts on a Monday happy June. Thank you to this week's podcast and newsletter sponsors the Jordan Harbinger show and the future hindsight podcast we'll hear more from our sponsors later in the show ear buds podcast collective is listening movement. We send an email every Sunday that contains theme and five podcast episodes on that theme and each week's podcast picks are curated by a different person. Anyone can curate a-list. On this show, I'll share our five podcast episode recommendations of the week some information about our curator and some more information about the episodes. Then we'll also have some podcasts industry news from the inside podcasting newsletter, and we'll wrap it all up with some sponsor information and Patriot, shoutouts. First up are. Ear Buds podcast collective recommendations. This week's theme is one stop reality. Escapes the. Curator is Elena Fernandez. Collins who writes the audio dramatic newsletter. Here's why Elena chose this theme. Hi. My name is Elon and on this collins and themed shows is one stop reality escapes. Chose this theme because our consumption habits are necessarily changing, and then means sometimes you need a one time promise, and not a long term commitment. These episodes are escapes into fiction, the length of a movie or shorter. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Elena along with short descriptions of each one. The first episode comes from the Big Luke podcast and it's called surfacing. It's thirty five minutes long. About this podcast. From QR RX Paul, Bay presents otherworldly stories from around the globe, every season feature, six distinct episodes, highlighting the strange, wonderful and often harrowing experiences of those living on the outer edges of the known world. In this episode, a Japanese Alma diver recounts the story of the love of her life through her daughter. The next episode comes from the sci-fi presents podcasts and is called CERBERUS REX. It's eighty four minutes law. In this audio drama Dr Annabella Korea a professor of astrophysics at Hawks More University travels upon request by a former colleague to well station, a research facility, performing experiments on a mystery of physics in an underground cave, a natural explorer Anna Russia's to view the phenomenon firsthand and accompanied by well station security slash containment officer. Benjamin Wynn guard is soon staring down at a marvel hidden deep, then not so deep. The next episode comes from the outliers podcast and is called. Sleep. It's twenty four minutes long. In this episode. Johanna for or cannot sleep. She is caught in the heat and fervor of the peasants revolt, as she joins the masses on their march to London, seeking an end to the poll tax in pursuit of justice. She leads a group into the Tower of London where they dragged Simon Sudbury to the executioner's block for a taste vengeance. The next episode comes trust from zero hours is called those familiar spirits. It's thirty six minutes long. In this episode, Seventeen, twenty, two in the American colonies, and the priest has his world turned upside down when a woman comes into the church, claiming to be a witch, and in possession of knowledge about the imminent end of the world. The last episode of the week comes from. Make believe, and it's called Bra. It's sixty one minutes long. This audio drama is a brave girls. Journey through the land of many monsters adapted from a Mexican Folk Tale by Nancy Garcia Loza. Those are the PODCASTS and episodes recommended by Atlanta Fernandez Collins for this week's theme. One Stop Reality Escapes. Each week.
One-Stop Reality Escapes Week
"This week's theme is one stop reality. Escapes the. Curator is Elena Fernandez. Collins who writes the audio dramatic newsletter. Here's why Elena chose this theme. Hi. My name is Elon and on this collins and themed shows is one stop reality escapes. Chose this theme because our consumption habits are necessarily changing, and then means sometimes you need a one time promise, and not a long term commitment. These episodes are escapes into fiction, the length of a movie or shorter. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Elena along with short descriptions of each one. The first episode comes from the Big Luke podcast and it's called surfacing. It's thirty five minutes long. About this podcast. From QR RX Paul, Bay presents otherworldly stories from around the globe, every season feature, six distinct episodes, highlighting the strange, wonderful and often harrowing experiences of those living on the outer edges of the known world. In this episode, a Japanese Alma diver recounts the story of the love of her life through her daughter. The next episode comes from the sci-fi presents podcasts and is called CERBERUS REX. It's eighty four minutes law. In this audio drama Dr Annabella Korea a professor of astrophysics at Hawks More University travels upon request by a former colleague to well station, a research facility, performing experiments on a mystery of physics in an underground cave, a natural explorer Anna Russia's to view the phenomenon firsthand and accompanied by well station security slash containment officer. Benjamin Wynn guard is soon staring down at a marvel hidden deep, then not so deep. The next episode comes from the outliers podcast and is called. Sleep. It's twenty four minutes long. In this episode. Johanna for or cannot sleep. She is caught in the heat and fervor of the peasants revolt, as she joins the masses on their march to London, seeking an end to the poll tax in pursuit of justice. She leads a group into the Tower of London where they dragged Simon Sudbury to the executioner's block for a taste vengeance. The next episode comes trust from zero hours is called those familiar spirits. It's thirty six minutes long. In this episode, Seventeen, twenty, two in the American colonies, and the priest has his world turned upside down when a woman comes into the church, claiming to be a witch, and in possession of knowledge about the imminent end of the world. The last episode of the week comes from. Make believe, and it's called Bra. It's sixty one minutes long. This audio drama is a brave girls. Journey through the land of many monsters adapted from a Mexican Folk Tale by Nancy Garcia Loza. Those are the PODCASTS and episodes recommended by Atlanta Fernandez Collins for this week's theme. One Stop Reality Escapes.
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"We'll cover three on this program. Zia Park Oaks. Folks goes race number eight mile and a sixteenth now There are some issues with a herpes outbreak and Remington Park. So horses at a stable Birmingham Block. Name with Steve Execution Runs May or may not be able to get out there when the handicap. The racist hoping that everybody can work together and get them there But keep in mind that This can change when we come back to you with each race's live on Wednesday and we'll keep you updated via twitter account at Horseshoe Sir at HR and on twitter as to what's going on but as of now you got these races. If these sources are going to be allowed to ship race number eight goes the oaks field of six. Nick speak favorite three to five lady Apple. She's already won a couple of hoax. One REMINGTON wanted Iowa fairy meadows this year lone blemish. I missed really on a car. This year came in the in the Alabama when she finished eighth in the Kentucky Oaks Behind starring the emperors and Laura three to five and deserve to be. She's been well managed this years. You know all I can say they gave it a shot again in the Alabama. After the Nice I awoke score. She's been beating eating on You know the the second and third level Sophomore phillies this hearing when she finds another field here that she looks like she on her normal effort she she may be able to handle. I just I don't like the morning line price and you know while she may win the race. I'm going to have to try and beat her. Richard Baltas has to Phillies in here than before motion. Emotion comes off a neck miss as the favourite in second level allowance at Keeneland and he also has the five harassed. That's that's the one who I'm GONNA go with. She wanted to Mama folks this summer At a Mama Sixteenth. Earning a big a big number beating Jaywalk last year's champion two year old Philly Things went a little bit awry in the in the Castilian when she She tried to rally on the outside. Wasn't good enough to get to St Brand Bandon Vanden Guarani. Who is anything wrong with that? Koran is a top multiple grade one winning filly And then she came back in her first football to awesome and Raven the Raven. Run at Keeneland sprinting. One term where this showed a little bit of early foot but really didn't get into that that sprint gig. She's better to turn she stretching out. Ah back out now. I think she posts a mild upset here prices on the morning one in five to one. She's five to one zero Geraldo just shipping in for a second time. Richard Bolt us yes. She was tough for me to make. I think I think the apple just going to be Too much for these horses. Should she not make it over there. Calf Moon Bay hasn't isn't seasons winning third in Las Virginia's to Bella Fina she ran a couple of good racists she's really been good since Jerry Holland overstretched her out. She was second. She won a couple of times she was third in the last Janice. We haven't seen her for a while. But that amount of sixteenth Jerry's going to get into sources ready brings brings written van Dyken and quite frankly. The apple doesn't ship. I think she's actually the horse to beat. I will take lady apple if she runs Kathleen Bay. If the apple doesn't race number eight is the Zia Park Oaks Race Number Nine Zia Park Championship Japan. Recap older horses get to go nine furlongs more than once around a lot of familiar names here hereditary and Boquila island a couple of former Phipps runners for hall of Famer shook mcgahey We see looking at Lea- runner up in two thousand Seventeen Kentucky Derby to always dreaming those three names. We certainly know field of eleven Kevin Wide. Open race here for the championship. Yeah I thought Tana ways you could go in this race. I ended up going with the old fips. mcgahey Horse Island. The number seven seems to be easiest specialists two for three with a second Three starts here He's he's been really good. He'll be facing a bunch of here but he beat a couple of these already and he answers this off the the prep went for this earned a career best. Buy A number I'm not gonNA the buck that trend here. I think he's in great form and I'm GonNa give him a shot at ninety two on the morning line bottom number seven Buki Ilya Island really. I'll want the old sugar. I'm taking a very interesting. He seems to like it here. I thought ought Lee can win if he ships. I thought Mr Benn's can win. I know happen to Mr Benn's last time unfortified but I like betting horses four five against horses in the race that they find a way to come back and win. Mr Benn's can win. I think restrained revenge Benjamin Wynn even though he's coming off the turf he's run. Okay on in some dirt efforts Is the most recent in acres. The neck We'll take a look. Yeah I think downtown Eric and Wendy which we're about downtown and Mr Benn's they both race previously for called Broberg. They've actually improved the little bits over. I I think you'll kill you can win I think deputies echo returns to a place where he's done. Some good in the I feel like from February to August layoff needed the few racing to get his feedback under legs back under him and now he has for Nancy Summers. He ran well in this race last year. It'd be just a half length. He ran okay if someone last winter as well And I thought Sky Promise. Either you landed on skype. Promise I see this thing just falling apart and sky. Promise just come running at the end. And that's what I'm GONNA do. I'm gonNA play skype promise. I don't know again if there's a check this out of the seven eight nine ten seven seven eight nine ten point four six seven eight nine ten point five. I WANNA use four or five of them in here But I will make him my topic just hoping that He can think eleven Liam down late. The number eleven sky promise race number ten is the finale. And it's the big one. The two hundred fifty thousand dollars a park derby a mile mile and a sixteenth four the three year olds we get a field of ten Steve. Asmussen holds the big hand in here. Nine tone broke the four bank. It if they can't get in this race becomes a whole lot more wide open. I want to ask listens if they get in the. I thought the nine tone broke Had A big shot chat in here as well but I went for a little bit of a price somewhere else I went with the six. Sleepy is todd who Lost less than two likes to Owen. Dale last time beating the other runner in here the number four bank it I just I like the effort last time. If I went was in his racy would be. You know. odds-on on I think that if sleepy is todd can get to the front I think he could be a big player in here at eight to one on the morning line. I'M GONNA use him okay. I thought I thought the two ASMUSSEN's little ones I wanted You sleepy is todd. Could it could be all right. I think he'd be alright trip in here take trip yeah right off the pace. That wouldn't surprise me. I I don't I don't Guaymi here again. It was tough for me to get past listens. If they get in you see final jeopardy source that we saw east coast for Jason Service most of the year and And now he winds up in the Midwest a couple of races up at Canada a bunch of races of Canada really and now while he ships back down to two the two zero park Yeah I I wanted to ask if not I would definitely give your sleepy eyes taught. Look I'd probably give them a look anyway TO BE HONEST MR moneybags to know Mr moneybags. He was bouncing around those racist in the South at Houston Houston Delta downs. Trying to Pat Day mile took a ton of money in the past they miley went to lead and folded up. He went back to Lonestar round. Well then went to the the Ohio Derby with any stretch he shipped Z.. Cut Back to six furlongs got up lash stride toward the inside now. He stretches back out. It's worked before the sprint. To the stretch out Mr Moneybags for me if the asthma sources do not ship all right all eleven seven races Saturday Sunday Monday Wednesday in the books Ta now for the Niagara Bets. Best bet is.
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Really our fashion favorite bloggers. The fug girls you've been doing this over fog nation has been around for about fifteen years, and it's just a fun website to go to all voted fashion. And yesterday something that really did not need to come up, which was a Livia Munn. Scolding in a very attest his his clutching her pearls way pearls about the fun girls. Taking exception to a bad outfit that either was given to her or she was paid wear and she went on and on and on. Yeah. With her thin, thin skin and fug nation came together to defend protect Heather in Jessica. And they did not what do they do yesterday? They just kept doing their job just kept posting fashion. The work did not stop. It was business as usual, but they were contacted by USA today. That's how big this story yet. Everybody. I mean, Libya. Mom, I don't know. It's just seem so wrong to take people to task for what you're wearing. I mean, it's just so wrong. Okay. So here's what they said. Heather just said, they absolutely respect Livia, Munns raped her opinion. Even if we disagree as we do here. They continued red carpet fashion is a big business and an art form like any other. Yep. And as such there's room to critique it having said that we wish her nothing, but the best and look forward to her next project. We can't wait to see her next outfit. That's the best. Yeah. Us move. Then they just tweeted because people were tweeting at them. We did all kinds of apple Slade jazz Abell variety. Vogue teen vogue. Everybody was weighing in on this and didn't go her way. I think she wanted more publicity for something. And it was just wrong. I don't know she stepped in quite a number of times with her things she had some very problematic thing she said about dating a few years ago before she was with Aaron Rodgers. But then at the very end of the workday out about six o'clock east coast time because they've respond to everybody, and they didn't like and re tweeted and play that game. What they did was the acknowledged the community that surrounded them with love, and they just posted a scene from golden girls were all for the ladies come together in a big group. And that's all they put. So that was a perfect response. And of course. They also love all things Royal, and they did a really great book few years ago called the Royal we and we're getting a sequel we had him on for it. Yes. Yes, we did. And every week, you know, they just have a Royal round up in EMMY lasts or last night. They even did the NFL draft all the guys in their different suits and stuff. So I mean, it really Harris good fashion. Yeah. The best thing to come out of this whole Livia month thing trying to scold the fun girls. Is that more people are aware? And I did notice Livia months Twitter. A lot of people were thanking her for alerting them about this delightful fashion websites. Perfect. So okay. Hi, she did hokey. So L Roker is giving an interview, and he actually wrote an essay for guide post about his nearly seventeen year old son that he has with Deborah Roberts. Why didn't was his second wife might think that you know, that I think I knew that. And anyway, he is a daughter from his. First marriage hin, Deborah have the daughter and son. And he his his essay was very matter. Fact in descriptive about the fact that his son has special needs in his somewhere on the spectrum. And but one of the thing you can read you that guide post is where it was. 'cause it's kind of it's it's a long story, and they have a video with him. And that one really trumped up. But he he he had to say this about kids he said on on any given day. Your children are trying to suck the life. I mean. Been smoking by a parent. And really if you read this essay, it's truly touching and it's really one of the better celebrity as say's that. And his life. Yes. And just about you know, how difficult it is to have a special Sheild. And it's like it just takes. He he didn't write about it in a way that like, whoa. Is me or anything. He wasn't. He he's proud of his son. And he tries to be a good, dad. And you know, he talks about joy. Yes. Yes. His son gives him and make some loud veges that mean that just told me loud at any given day your children. It's true. Okay. Laurie Lachlan is shocked and saddened. That operations varsity blues whether legacy is going to be this end CNA. No, well, they don't fail. They did anything wrong. It was a family matter that went wrong. Just don't I don't know. But I again, I hear that federal prosecutors. This is not the legacy. She no I'd like to go back and join a different army reminds me of Benjamin private Benjamin Wynn. Joe goalie Hawn joins the army gets station. She's like this is that the one I signed up for condos that mine. That woman who was the the sergeants. She was so funny. Yeah. Died for years. I guess you. It's weird about Laurie lack on an even her daughter is that they really miss judge one percent who they are in Hollywood Laurie Lachlan is not a list, she see list. A Livia Jade thought that she was like she could really move a lot of product like a car, dashing or Jenner. You know that she was more. She was moving a lot of products not not to the level not to love. They thought they were a list like in the Hollywood thing because of the Mosima money from target. So they lived in I around I think she always misjudge her legacy is always going to be at Becky to spoil kids. Anyway. So I appreciate versity blues or you mean. I did. But that is what her legacy was going to be. All the great hallmarks movies. Okay. Would it be? But it would seem as she this is from people magazine that she feels she is saddened and shocked that that's what our legacy is going to be criminal. It was always going to be hallmark aunt Becky with the to spoil kids and Becky did have to spoke kids, you know. Yeah. So that's all I'm just saying. It was never he's not, you know, a list she's got a list money because Mosman made apparently how long was he at target. I don't forever. Okay. Here's so Vanessa Williams who starred with Felicity Huffman in desperate housewives. She needs to buy clue Laurie. Oh, she she needs a lot of help. Yeah. Clue from. Yeah. But no, that's her defense glue less. So when Vanessa Williams had heard that the feds came with gun guns drawn to velocity have men's home that morning they co starring desperately. She said my phone blew up and she just texted her right away. And just said, wishing you love 'em protection infelicity center. No back. Thank you, my dear friend that is what I need. So at least acknowledging so freaked out for us. She probably didn't hear from right? Yeah. All right. Listen, what's going to happen next to you? We don't know it's five o'clock on Friday. So, you know, we're going to sing and fifty five minutes and pick up some somebody over day to get the oil changed on my Mercedes delay occurred to me, I've come a long way from that beater car. Drove in college the one that stalled on the side of the road somewhere outside of Saint Peter in nineteen eighty nine or the tiny used car. I bought when I got my first job or the minivan. I drove because I was for my three kids. I've worked really hard in my life taking care of the kids needs for twenty.
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Laurey are the first husband and wife currently in w._w. next rosser to participate in the men's and women's royal rumble matches in the same year hashtag table well your window of opportunity for that to happen is very slim right there's only in two years where there's been a men and women's royal rumble yea right so husband wife team that married couple has been in the rumbled but i think a married couple has been in the same royal rumble match remember when beth phoenix eliminated the great collie and edge made his return aren't they married at that time they've already done the marriage but actually didn't want to chimed in and alastair blacken zelina vega has ticked with table if you didn't know they were married the men's row rumble match this is what i'll say about that too many wasted spots on throwaways i i get the titus o'neil of all the throwaway spots titus o'neal was the funniest pop right because you had to do he's run into the ring got it and then he still ended up going under the ring which was even the syrians up but the shelton benjamin's curt hawkins and i'll throw but in there but it's still titus o. neal's i felt like we all know like stop it and stop with every year someone has to be out in a second that's the other thing that's annoying is that's the you have these built tin spots a kofi spot someone gets eliminated in a second a comedy spot like we don't need that the other thing and this was the biggest glaring omission of the week on both shows wear oh where was adam cole if you're not gonna put adam call it wasn't taking show right does what i'm saying because if you listen after the extra segment that annexed did hype halftime when adam cole just walks out and pushes velveteen dream the fuck in place nuts and that's where so he was there we didn't use on on index takeover like you said there's five matches we don't need to start making this summer slams and row rumbles making it six seven eight matches just because so i'm fine with that right and you already had undisputed air represented totally cool but if you're going to do the rumble and have inex- t guys i don't need to see alastair black injured and losing coming out to just lose in the royal rumble that's when adam cole baby is like what we got to have somebody who gets is kicked out in the second and we got have somebody in comedy spot those lose their impact when you force it every year if you did it once three four five years it's way funnier it's way more like all my god i can't believe bugging logano way jose totally believe away yet jose was another wasted spa dammit me and he's a wasted spot period with this line gimmick that they keep trying to force when different characters it's it's not the character that keeps failing that story guys it's the storyline nobody cares about you fucking jumping out with the dance party 'cause nobody fucking does that in real life nobody four just happened once and we don't we're done with take time and we passed it conga lines if two thousand nineteen mother fuckers congo lines and been part of this and seventy nine assholes well adam adam rose it was pretty cool when he i did it in an x._t. for weeks so let's i thought the one thing yet and i get it last year adam cole was a surprise in exte- person right so two years in a row but god damnit van ryan experience i want in those fucking shows yeah with the crowd adam kobe right you know what i mean and just just that so like shelton benjamin nobody cares nobody not even the president of the shelton benjamin fan club truly believed shelton benjamin wynn in this match yes so just get him out and put in an adam cole or put in you know johnny gargano was a good surprise i was like oh oh yeah that's cool let's see what he looks like standing next to dean ambrose that's when i think the takeover call ups like in the rumble work well because then you like okay this is a midget okay this is a star you know what i mean well let's kick off with the rumble atmosphere for throw says poor j. e. s. j. double r. e. double t. t. w. w. e. double t. a._t._t. right yeah that that was good yeah i thought that was a great way to start off i even told you it was the two thousand nineteen version of jeff jarrett starting the show and it was the nineteen ninety four version of elias coming in second except just wasn't you know like you mentioned guitar shot you know we're making our predictions on the fly through text methods between and you were like guitar shot obviously didn't do that he likes sucker punched him qatar yeah they did at the second night on raw with the singing of the song i would have done if i was booking it i would have had him say like we're seeing that song have the whole fucking crowd mumble all of it until right till when they know the fucking everyone mumbles until they get to that part and then hit him with the guitar thrown that yeah yeah okay so what else happened in the room i mean okay ni- jax where do you plan on it so the one thing that i'll just say is like she's not this wasn't revolutionary china did this venus did this so i got a little bit flabbergasted and dumbfounded when everyone was no you're jack's we've done this we've done for karma norma came in the i don't know what the we added benefit was is for a longtime now because it's rumored to center around there toy deal with mattel is that there will be no direct on purpose men violence upon women right right which they went away from that and i'm glad because we're talking about ray mysterio nyah jack's people if this was Looking at these two and I'm like well yeah. Why can't I take a foot from Ramos Stereo right like it shouldn't be like a whom I go to mid hit? A woman like the main is a third of her fucking size. It couldn't hurt that God damn bad Ramos but Randy Orton is not randy. Orton is not now there is something to you can't keep sitting here. The men are equal to the women and then but we've got to protect the women from the men will then yet falls the puck and part so if she everson fucking K with the separation. I'm okay with the separation. I don't like yeah kind of sexist but the point here is no. She wants fucking match because she's a if this were real life she walks into that match because she thinks I'm big and tough and compete these motherfuckers up then tough shit. You got your ass beat by a couple of block and dudes now. I'm totally okay with that but again if we're going to say this this is why I'm not okay with it in today's current whatever we're calling this era right is if we're going to say at last year's Wrestlemainia we need to accept Nyah Jack's because of her size and she looks different and you know this is going to be geared towards obviously not thirty thirty year olds this geared towards kids well fun fat girls evolve quicker than boys and so if I see that a girl is bigger than me if I watched Niger get hit by Randy Orton that means I can hit Stacey A._C. in class because she's a little bit bigger than me. Well like we're setting. There's also the Joan try this shit at home right like who listening you can still reiterate that this is fucking performance art right yeah so there is still this and we've said it all the time like women you can't go. We are equal. I get a hit them in and they can't hit me back. Fuck Shit you right fuck you. You're get where I'm okay with it and this sounds hypocritical but I do have a little bit of wiggle on the stance is where I am okay with it. Win Stephanie McMahon Would Smack Jack Roman reigns Roman reigns can put her in a submission. You know what I'm saying like. I'm totally okay with that part. It's the we're gonNA have a match. It's Candice Lorraine Versus Rey Ministerial Fuck off. I don't WanNa see that well Tessa Blanchard. It's been fucking wrestling people left right. I know I know and so is Candice Laurey. She was doing the whole prettiest team with Joey Ryan. They're doing the inner gender I don't like it. I don't want it. I don't want it. Science says the men will always kick a woman's ass so we don't need to prove it. I've seen some women be fucking. Some dudes in my life. Trust me Tania Singer who fights in the U._F._C.. I've seen her beat the Shit Outta guys at whiskey tango plenty of times. I'm I'm just saying some that everyone you know what I mean. Of course I mean now like you see. Women go if we're going to go but I also for the so to me where the equality thing comes in is where you're like. I don't want women because you know seventy five percent or more percent of the time that men has a physical strength advantage. That's going to be up. I can see the same thing for a bigger man on a smaller man right rock listeners should not fuck and beat me up because he just can right like there's not bucking cooler either right now when that's in real life when people aren't choosing to fucking fight in sanctioned event right like therein lies the difference even if this were him in May if a woman were say I'm GonNa fight a man in the man's like you really want to do this. In the great yes okay way then she suffered by just don't want this to go down a slippery slope where Alexa Bliss got jumped by Dean Ambrose. Yes yeah the where he became uncouth and didn't age well from the you know. The attitude era is putting may young onto a fucking table. You know what I mean like guys and so of course right but then with the creative you know limitations at these writers have because obviously we've seen I feel like you start to say Nyah jags versus Dean Ambrose Okay now Alexa Bliss going through something all that aside Niger. It's a thought did what she did really well. She came in likes fucking grinning ear to ear with that shitting Grin like I'm GonNa fuck all you up for a couple of up. Tossing pucks out. Even took sold the hits well. You know what I mean like an thought she'd do well. I one of the most improved people over a very short period of time for me <music>. Oh my God what is not improved about it or her years. We've been improved buyer. She's been getting less screen time while she's getting the three segments the her presence in the ring doesn't look like I don't know what I'm fucking doing anymore right. Hurt your cater. You're wanting to hate her is improved right yeah. She's doing that well. She's doing. I'm going to be he'll thing but I think the thing being been. The most improved is that she's went from three segments. A show to one segment show. I think is perfect. Segments is that's when I start to complain. That ain't her decision that's W._W._e.. B._W._I. Character but again I'm doing what I see. You know what I'm saying yeah so I like when she's like looking girls whose like the fucker. You're GONNA do about and I like when she like you know he was fucking with Dean. She's like what what what you fucking. Come in here and do something right because you go any woman that doesn't real life. You want to look at that guy..
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That is music for cello and electron IX by Graham Reynolds. His piece is called the brain and features the cellist Jeffrey Ziegler, it's called the brain. Because it is inspired by the work of the Texas based neuroscientist, Kristen Harris, and it comes from a project called the sound of science which Jeffrey Ziegler is performing here in New York. Tomorrow night at national sawdust. We're getting a chance to hear several excerpts from this project during the course of this hour of music inspired by the sciences on this edition of new sounds. We'll listen next to collaborative work by Jobe, Talbot English composer, and the L A producer known as Devereux real name Benjamin Wynn. The two of them got together. A few years back to write an electro acoustic score for a Wayne McGregor ballet called genus, which is a celebration of Charles Darwin's discovery of the theory of evolution the peaceful here is called the great tree of life. And during the course of the score the music involves there's a choir ten break from England and a string quartet the Duke. Coretec also from England, but their sound is transformed by electronics, and then towards the end of the peace here, you finally get a chance to hear those sounds in their natural state, again, Jobe Talbot and Devereux and this piece called the great tree of life from their ballet score genus..
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Lou Garcia Navarro this past week one of the last remaining secrets from the Watergate scandal was finally revealed. Its report the prosecutors sent to congress forty four years ago. Experts say the document could offer a precedent for how the Russia investigation moves forward today. NPR national Justice correspondent Carrie Johnson reports by early nineteen seventy four Watergate special prosecutor Leon j war ski concluded. He would not pursue an indictment against president Richard Nixon for good reasons and reasons proper did not think that he should be indited same time that the others were instead he shared the grand jury's findings with the House Judiciary committee gave them the sum. Total of the evidence. We had assembled up to that point. We called it a roadmap in our office because it was just that those findings arrived in a sealed report dated March first nineteen seventy four for forty four. Four years. The roadmap lived only in the public imagination and today at lives in the public record. That's Dina el-mallwani. She's a lawyer at the nonprofit group, protect democracy. Protect democracy helped convince the chief judge of the district court in Washington to finally lift the seal on the roadmap and shed light on an episode demonstrates how the system worked. It's been really exciting to learn about this example in history where you actually do have the three branches of government working together to ensure that no one's above the law. Not even the president and the facts become public. But it's not just a matter for history. One of the arguments for releasing the Watergate roadmap bears on the current investigation of president. Trump's campaign Benjamin Wynn is is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. He's one of the people who was pushing to release the old documents and a president lawyers are telling everyone who will listen. That Bob Muller is writing a report, and that raises the question of what kind of reports that could be what it could look like who the audience for it is there aren't many precedents for how that report might look one is from independent counsel, Ken Starr who investigated President Bill Clinton twenty years ago. The star report contained lurid descriptions of Clinton's affair with White House. Intern Monica Lewinsky, and it became the focus of a lot of criticism by contrast. The Watergate roadmap is a series of bare bone statements backed up by grand jury testimony or documents to support its points again, Ben witness. It contains no judgments, no argumentation, very spare. Restitution of facts widow says that sounds familiar the current special counsel. Robert Muller hasn't made any public statement since he was named to investigate possible links between Russia. And the Trump campaign. He's letting his work speak for him. And if Muller decides to write a report one that would go to the deputy, attorney general and eventually to congress, the Watergate model is one he might follow Deena el-mallwani of protect democracy. The roadmap sets a precedent for the facts of special counsel Muller's investigation becoming public through congress and serving as the basis for whatever accountability is necessary. It's not clear where the Russia's special council is headed next. But that's a secret that won't take forty four years to reveal Carrie Johnson NPR news Washington, and now back to our mid-term election coverage two years ago, Russia interfered in the US election on social media. There were deliberate campaigns of misinformation, and even after the President Trump suggested with no evidence that there had been widespread voter fraud. Democrats complained about widespread voter suppression. NPR polling. Earlier. This fall suggested that people have major concerns about how fair this election will be joining us now is miles park ski covers voting for NPR and has been very busy, he miles. Hi there. So where are we in terms of voter confidence heading into this year's midterms? So in general, people seem to have faith in that the system is going to work. Our polling suggests about fifty three percent of the American population think the US is prepared and ready to keep the two thousand eighteen midterms safe. But there are a lot of red flags in that polling as well about forty seven percent of people think it's likely at some votes just won't be counted. And then almost a third of the American population thinks a foreign country is going to actually affect vote tallies in effect results that seems really high it is really high, especially when you consider the fact that that's something that has never there's no evidence of that is something that has ever happened in the history of American democracy. We know that in two thousand sixteen there was this effort by Russia to influence voters. They were able to break into. Registration of voter registration system in at least one St. Illinois. But there's no evidence that votes were actually changed as part of that. The problem is even though there's been these hundreds of millions of dollars spent over the last two years to improve the election system. There's still a handful of states that are going to use voting that doesn't provide a paperback record, which is really important because it makes it impossible. Cyber experts say it makes it impossible for us to be able to say with complete certainty that a foreign country doesn't actually affect the vote tallies. Even though there's no evidence it's ever happened. Right. Because if you have a paper ballot, then you can go back and look and see exactly what exactly you without without that. There's a way theoretically away, technically speaking that votes could be changed. All right. What about voter suppression? How concerned voters about efforts to decrease turnout people are really concerned about that as well about a quarter of respondents in our poll said it's it's the thing that is the biggest threat to safe elections this year, I think election officials are really worried. Though about the volume that we're talking about it this election season that it doesn't necessarily reflect the reality of most voters in our poll. Ninety percent of respondents said they weighed in line on average less than half an hour to vote. Eighty nine percent said they traveled less than how a half an hour to get to their polling place. So when we're talking at this loud volume about how hard voting is for some people. It doesn't necessarily reflect the reality for most voters. And I think election officials are concerned that talking about the issues for the small amount of people is going to affect the grander scale of people who aren't going to usually have problems and the perceptions of how good our voting system is how Republicans and Democrats different when it comes to their thoughts about elections security in general we've seen is that Republicans are more confident than Democrats are this season. Which doesn't surprise anybody. Polling suggests that whoever had the most success in the most recent election is going to be less skeptical of the election system in general. I think what we're gonna wanna watch for is how the pendulum swings because as you mentioned, President Trump has made an effort to raise doubts in the election system. And so if Democrats are successful in the midterms are in twenty twenty you could see a pendulum swinging back the other way NPR's, malls parks. Thank you so much. Thank you. Republicans are fighting an uphill battle to retain control of the house. But in Minnesota's eighth congressional district. They could be poised to pick up a seat while President Trump narrowly lost Minnesota in two thousand sixteen he won handily in this area of northern Minnesota. Mark the deck lick of Minnesota public radio takes us their Grand Rapids, Minnesota is closer to the Canadian border than it is to Minneapolis Saint Paul. It's in the heart of Minnesota's eighth district logging trucks, frequently rumbled down the main road through town..
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"With Keller Williams Realty Puget Sound. On the Michael Medved Show. The hill is reporting that progressive and women's groups coordinated three hundred candlelight vigils. That took place across the US on Wednesday night to demonstrate opposition to President Trump's supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. The vigils attended by thousands nationwide began early Wednesday evening and states, including California, Alaska, Arizona and more Alaskan Arizona, of course, are particularly important here because of the four undecided senators and they're only four of one hundred who are undecided. One is from Alaska that would be Jeff flake who was leaving his Senate seat and. That's Arizona and Alaska Lisa Murkowski, Senator from Alaska. I do believe that in the last analysis. Probably Murkowski Collins and flake will all come home and vote for Brad Kavanagh. Now, these are three senators, none of whom are great fans of President Trump. But even Republicans who've been very critical of President Trump, and I'm one of them would say that one of the things that he has done that has been wonderful in his administration. And yes, I think it's been wonderful. He's appointed exceptionally fine. Judges and not just Neal Gorsuch, but appellate court judge isn't a record number of them have been confirmed. Thank you, Mitch McConnell. This is the way it's supposed to be president working with majority leader to put good people in the judiciary and not people who are going to upset our constitution or tariff our constitution. There are people who are returning to the constitutional order and to limit the power of the judiciary, by the way. That's extraordinary because there is a normal human desire to grab as much power as you can. And the idea of a constitutionalist judge like an Antony Scalia or Neal Gorsuch or Brad Kavanagh. Is that someone says look I get to decide a lot of things as a Justice of the supreme court, but I don't get to make new legislation or create or discover new rights that no one ever suspected existed before. That's refreshing. And it's worth supporting. And I think it's. Is very much a force in unifying the Republican party. The Republican party hasn't been so unified on any issue, not even the tax cuts. Though, they did go through. This issue. I think is unified conservative sentiment across the board number one. Because Brad Kavanagh is a good, man. And an outstanding judge who by the way, who's judgment of been affirmed by the supreme court in the past in a record number of them. He has been very successful judge so far. He's a good, man. The other reason it's unified the Republican party is because the democratic assault has been so despicable. And it has been despicable and childish demeaning. I do think this is going to motivate Republicans to turn out to care about this election, and it should. And with any hope at all it after all the hysteria will discourage Democrats. The. This is breaking axios on the midterm elections. Just breaking just-released top Republicans tell axios that they're seeing surprising and widespread surge GOP voter enthusiasm powered largely by support for Brett cavenaugh and his supreme court nomination. What they're saying. The cavenaugh debate has dropped a political grenade into the middle of the electorate that have been largely locked and Democrats favor for the past six months said Josh Holmes, a former top aide to majority of the year. Mitch McConnell pointing to Montana, Indiana, West Virginia, Missouri and Tennessee homes added private polling shows the enthusiasm shift is unmistakable in the red states that will determine control of the Senate Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins who are going to be returned to the Senate. I don't want to return to the Senate in a minority. It's one of the reasons they have to vote right NPR PBS NewsHour merit poll released yesterday. Found that the Y democratic enthusiasm advantage. That is defined the two thousand eighteen campaign up to now has disappeared. In july. And there was a ten point gap between the democrat percentage who said that the elections were very important as the Republicans who said the elections, very important. Now that gap is down to two points, which is a statistical tie. Let's go to your calls to that show. Thanks for taking my call. I I wish I had a chance to really delve into this issue. But of course, I Don I can only make a few points. But I would say Benjamin with column really expresses my opinion. A lot of conservatives out there who would agree with me. The political capital being spent on cabinet isn't worth. And it's not changing my vote memorable. Michael voting for the Democrats any Republican by any pains me it pains me to say this as a lifelong Republican. But I think the would you vote would you vote to confirm Brett cavenaugh? No, I would not I I agree. Benjamin wynn. I agree with Jennifer Rubin. Who by the way, was vilified hardly today by conservative royalty who think they're entitled. And and they have a monopoly on conservatism really getting tired of the conservative Newton the punditry everybody operating together to make it sound. But we are one mind a lot on on cavenaugh. Why would you vote to deny him confirmation supreme court? He he hasn't. I thought his behavior at the hearing was an absolute disgrace. I understand what he went through. I was accused of hitting Teamsters. I stood trial was Nashville bluesy. I never would it be. Don, we're losing a little bit. Are you there? Okay. I'm sorry. I didn't make cut you off your your phone dropped out. Look, I I do think this is fundamental because if if Kavanagh's nomination is denied if it is blocked, I think it would be an electoral disaster for Republicans and a democratic house for anything that any conservative claims to care about how is a democratic house in advantage. How does it help you may be alienated from given candidate? There are some Republican candidates. But you know, what they're Republicans and is important to maintain that house.
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Mclovin you look puzzled now I'm down because in Philadelphia before last year, if feud said, I'll give you the Phillies flyers and Sixers all win the title this year or the eagles go, this euchre bowl, they would've voted eagles some towns. It's just about football. Got some people weighing in on Cam Newton hawk man. I'm a Cam Newton fan after yesterday's ordeal with Kelvin. Benjamin, I'd say this the year that Cam won the league MVP Panthers went fifteen in one went to the Super Bowl where was Kelvin Benjamin on. I r with a tornado c. l. that's what I would say to Benjamin. If I was Cam, Josh and California joins us on this topic, Josh. Hey, Dan, how's it going? Good, sir. So yeah, I just think we're giving him a little bit too much credit. I'm record veteran and used to being around, you know, alpha male type personalities where sometimes tempers flare. Sometimes they don't. And I just gotta say Cam Newton to me, I watched the video after listened to you guys talk about this morning. He walks up and it's kinda confrontational. It's like, hey, hey, what's up? You know. But at the same time, you know when when he puts his hands between his back or behind his back, it's that's not usually a sign that, hey, I'm not wanting to fight you. It's like, you know what I'm gonna act like I don't wanna fight you, but if something happens, I'm gonna be quite okay with it. So that's my take on it. I think we're giving Cantu much credit regardless of the, you know, Kelvin, Benjamin comments being right or wrong. It's too much credit for Cam. All righty. Well, thank you, Josh. If you have an opinion on this eight, seven, seven, three DP show. I love the body language. 'cause you're not quite sure what is being said. You different interpretation here to me. It's Cam walking up as you know what. We got a problem right here, but got my hands behind my back and I got a small face just in case people are watching here. Everything's cool, and I'm not going to be, you know, angry. I'm not gonna come after you and it's going to say, what's the problem? Yes, he before he put his hands behind his back though he stuck his hand out for the due to shake it and he didn't shake it. Yeah, that was a very aggressive gesture that handshake gesture. I've, I've been around a lot of aggressive people and very often they stick their hand out to shake it when they're challenging someone who will fight see, I saw what you did there, you're being sarcastic. What's being so Kennedy, you're being sarcastic there. That's kind of my personality sarcastic. Yeah, key magin the coverage today. If they got into a real fistfight man, there'd be nothing else spoken about. I think Cam had to approach him. Don't you after what Kelvin? Benjamin Wynn others cameras. Yes. Now under the tunnel? No. Well, that's how I would have done it. Yeah, but you can see Cam spot the camera and you can't spell camera without. AM. Yeah, never thought about home. Yeah. Let's take a break. We're back after this. Attention. The jocks have had enough. I'm gonna tell us spin it and I'm the leader of this revolution and I'm not sticking sports. So join me a revenge, the jock right here on podcast one, I'll cover a broad spectrum of what it means to be creative and activist, and just the guy trying to.
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on WJR 760
"Hi rush i glad to talk with you i was told to get to my point my point is that rosenstein call me and mahler and his group was set in motion because of the sessions if sessions hadn't recused themselves this this hunt on to remove trump from office would have never taken place and he would have done trump a favor after he recused himself to resign as aj he was a great statesman so are you i'm going to infer things that you may not be implying so let me see if are you suggesting that that sessions purposely not on purpose betty set this in motion by his than if he hadn't recused and it would not have been rosenstein to come up with a special counsel and wouldn't we don't know if sessions would have you know rosenstein what are we buckled to pray you know who asked for the special counsel said democrats who are the minority in the house and the senate near their berating the doj berating rosen cedar rosenstein and komi by the way facilitated this by leaking memos that he had written about this he's got this friend named benjamin wynn he's at some website a law fair whatever and qomi said that he wanted muller appointed special counsel after trump fired him so he leaked some memos to his lawyer buddy and those memos then did trigger the need somewhere for a special counsel and they all got what was your theory of sessions had been there when all this happened then it's wouldn't have happened right because comb i mean milo was appointed after sessions had recused himself of course absolutely right why can't you you you you may have a.
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on WRVA
"We don't know if sessions would have you know rosenstein winter we buckled to pray you know who asked for the special counsel democrats who are the minority in the house and the senate near their berating the doj berating rosen cedar rosenstein in komi by the way facilitated this by leaking memos that he had written about this he's got this friend named benjamin wynn he's at some website or whatever and komi said that he wanted muller appointed special counsel after trump fired him so he leaked some memos to his lawyer buddy and those memos then did trigger the need somewhere for a special counsel and they all got what was your theory of sessions had been there when all this happened then wouldn't have happened right because roy i'm called amin malo was appointed after sessions had recused himself of course absolutely right why can't you you you may have a point but can i ask you one other thing thank you you said when i greeted you you said you were told to get straight to the point and you did but it implied there was something you wanted to say other than the point is there anything else you wanted to ask her or discuss too much focusing on komi to me he's like a wide on somebody's nose i mean he's just so unimportant and the same thing i think with komi and i think also with muller okay they have such a a background of failing when prospect and prosecuting people that in some cases i wish the news media and even fox news would concentrate on what they have done in the past i think some of what they have done.
"benjamin wynn" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I'm going to infer things that you may not be implying so let me see if i'm are you suggesting that that sessions purposely not on purpose but he's set this in motion by his regular he hadn't recused and it would not have been rosenstein to come up with a special counsel and wouldn't we don't know if sessions would have rosenstein what are we buckled to pray you know who asked for the special counsel said democrats who are the minority in the house and the senate near their berating the doj berating rosen cedar rosenstein in komi by the way facilitated this by leaking memos that he had written about this when he's got this friend named benjamin wynn he's at some website called law fair whatever and komi said that he wanted muller appointed special counsel after trump fired him so he leaked some memos his lawyer buddy and those memos then did trigger the need somewhere for a special counsel and they all got what was your theory of sessions had been there when all this happened then this wouldn't have happened right because roy cohn amin malla was appointed after sessions had recused himself of course absolutely right why can't you you you you may have a point by can i ask you one other thing.