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Joe Biden Begins National COVID Strategy Originated by Gov. Ron DeSantis

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 2 d ago

Joe Biden Begins National COVID Strategy Originated by Gov. Ron DeSantis

"So the ironic part about this whole thing is Biden keeps trashing every Republican out there like Ron DeSantis who are doing things that are actually effective Florida's unemployment rate is super low The infection rates from COVID have taken a nosedive hospitalization rates because Ron DeSantis thought it was a good idea set up monoclonal antibody centers That's funny You have to trashing to Ron DeSantis It doesn't work that pseudoscience witchcraft voodoo Sounds kind of like Joe Biden's doing the same thing Here's guy Benson on Fox News last night addressing exactly that point Check this out Part of what the president talked about today was this doctor Nicole Safire also familiar to our Fox family tweeted today Part of President Biden's winter COVID plan is forming surge teams to provide monoclonal antibodies in other treatments to people infected It's a great move One that was met with criticism when it was done months ago by governor Ron DeSantis guy Yeah you got to imagine governor desantis is sitting down there in Tallahassee or wherever he's traveling in the state and saying you know that seems like a really good idea Maybe someone should have thought of that Of course that's precisely what he did in the state of Florida He was criticized for it First they called it sort of quackery It wasn't going to work It wasn't proven science and then more doctors came out so actually this is a very effective treatment for COVID And so the next allegation was that somehow this was corruption on the part of governor desantis that he was pay for play or involved in something like that That did not pan out at all And now you've got the president incorporating precisely this exact same idea into his national strategy his battle plan for the winter against COVID and it looks like governor desantis down in Florida is emerging again as

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FBI Believes Remains of Gabby Petito Have Been Found

TIME's Top Stories

01:58 min | 2 months ago

FBI Believes Remains of Gabby Petito Have Been Found

"Say a body discovered. Sunday in wyoming is believed to be gabrielle. Gabby petito who disappeared while on a cross country track with a boyfriend who has been identified by authorities as a person of interest and is now being sought within a florida. Nature preserve the f. b. said the body was found by law enforcement agents who had spent the past two days searching campgrounds. The cause of death has not yet been determined said f. b. i. supervisory special agent charles jones full forensic identification has not been completed to confirm one hundred percent that we found gabby but her family has been notified. Jones said this is an incredibly difficult time for potatoes. Family and friends an attorney who has been acting as a spokesman for potatoes family asked in a statement that the family be given room to grieve attorney richard benson stafford indicated that the family would make a public statement at a later date and he thanked officials with the fbi. Grand tetons search and rescue and other agencies that participated in the search for petito. The family and i will be forever. Grateful stafford said in a statement. An undeveloped camping area on the east side of grand tetons bordering national forest land will remain closed until further. Notice while the investigation continues. Jones said jones said investigators are still seeking information from anyone who may have seen petito or brian laundry around the campsites. The same area that was the subject of law enforcement search efforts over the weekend but tito and her boyfriend laundry left in july on a cross country track and converted van to visit national parks in the us. West police said laundry was alone when he drove the van back to his parents. Home and north port florida on september first laundry has been identified as a person of interest and the case. He was last seen tuesday by family members in

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How to Grow and Monetize Your Social Media Channels with Zach Benson

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:20 min | 3 months ago

How to Grow and Monetize Your Social Media Channels with Zach Benson

"I mentioned today. We're talking about how to grow and monetize your social media channels fire nation and i wanted to start by talking about this word viral because we hear viral a lot and a lot of people think that viral is out of reach for them in the social media world. Like if they can't do some cute dance on talk. They don't think they're ever going to get many lakes reviews or shares. How can we zach. The average human being make our social media content go viral with great content. Comes more girls and you know. I think everybody's trying to go vile but they're just like you know how like what do i do and i think nowadays on social media people show people what they want to show her show people nothing at all and i think the more that you show the more that you're vulnerable the more that you're authentic real and raw like people will really resonate with that type of message because they're like okay like the skies a real person like he's gone through some of the same things that i'm going through right now you know. He's he's super successful now. So i think it's talking about a time. Where maybe you lost your biggest deal or you got fired from a job or talking about your pains in gains like lessons that you've learned from mistakes that you've made in time them back into businesses really the way to go viral on social media nowadays

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Celebrities Pay Tribute to Ed Asner Following News of His Death

The Guy Benson Show

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Celebrities Pay Tribute to Ed Asner Following News of His Death

"And former president of the Screen Actors Guild, died yesterday at age 91. Ben Stiller wrote sending love to the Great Ed Asner's family and icon because he was such a beautiful, funny and totally honest actor. No one like him Irish year thanked Aznar for a lifetime of great work, and Sean Aston wrote what a life colleague of my dad shepherded my mom into the union presidency. What me at poker fought against wars and lies for the lifetime for our union and Stood up to it. Just the same Michele Pelino Fox News Starting today. The speed limit

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Florida School Mask Mandate Ban Struck Down in Court

Guy Benson

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Florida School Mask Mandate Ban Struck Down in Court

"The governor and says school districts can impose mask mandates. Tallahassee Judge John Cooper said Florida law doesn't allow the governor and education board to band school districts from enacting mass commanding face mask policies that follow CDC guidance are at this point in time, reasonable and consistent with the best scientific and medical opinion and guidance in the country. At this time, the governor's order said. Having kids wear masks should be up to parents boxes. Jessica Rosenthal, America's

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White House More Than Doubles Its Inflation Forecast

The Guy Benson Show

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

White House More Than Doubles Its Inflation Forecast

"I just want to bring you this. Back on the home front headline from the Wall Street Journal. White House More than doubles, its inflation forecast in New update Administration expects consumer prices to rise 4.8% in the fourth quarter from a year earlier and lifts projections for growth this year. Sort of an oh, by the way. Meanwhile, Here at home. This is the White House and the Biden team's own projections. They've more than doubled. Their inflation forecast. And so this sort of transitory thing that'll smooth over very quickly. Maybe not so

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President Biden Speaks on Afghan Evacuation Effort

The Guy Benson Show

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

President Biden Speaks on Afghan Evacuation Effort

"President Biden today addressing the nation on the efforts to evacuate US citizens and Afghan allies from the International airport in Kabul, the president responding to critics who say the administration failed to get more people out before the U. S troop withdrawal, there's no way in which Would be able to leave Afghanistan. Without there being some of what you're seeing. Now. The president is being criticized by Republicans and Democrats over sometimes violent scenes around the airport is evacuees tried to get past members of the Taliban in Afghanistan's capital? 6000 U. S. Service members are stationed at the airport to aid in the

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Death Toll Rises After Devastating Haiti Earthquake

Chad Benson Show

00:09 sec | 3 months ago

Death Toll Rises After Devastating Haiti Earthquake

"Counted 248 more dead, bringing the toll to 2100 and 89. The Biden admitted. The Biden Environmental Protection Agency is banning use of chlorpyrifos

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US Troops Start to Arrive for Afghanistan Evacuation

The Guy Benson Show

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

US Troops Start to Arrive for Afghanistan Evacuation

"Of Marines has arrived in Kabul, Afghanistan, to get non essential American Embassy workers in Afghan who aided Americans out of the country as the Taliban continues to gain ground. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says 3000 Marines and Army members will be in Kabul over the next few weeks on what he calls the very specific mission, he says Afghan forces have the tools to take over their own security. This is a moment for The Afghans to unite the leadership and in the military. No outcome has to be inevitable here. Another 3500 to 4500 troops are headed to Kuwait to be unreserved in case they're needed. Troops from Canada and the UK are also being used to get their citizens out. The United

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Cuomo Was 'Ambushed' by Sexual Harassment Investigation, Attorney Says

Guy Benson

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

Cuomo Was 'Ambushed' by Sexual Harassment Investigation, Attorney Says

"New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the governor was ambushed with a sensational sexual harassment allegations in the state Attorney general's report Foxes Brian Yannis has more They feel like he did not get his due process. They are attacking the credibility of the document that is the basis For the accusations, accusing Cuomo of sexually harassing 11 Women. America's

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Another Lake in the Western U.S. Drops to Record-Low Water Levels

The Guy Benson Show

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Another Lake in the Western U.S. Drops to Record-Low Water Levels

"News side effect of the historic drought and heat in the West. The water levels of the Great Salt Lake have hit a historic low Saturday, the U. S Geological Survey announced. Daily Water levels dropped about an inch below the previous record set in 1963. The record comes months earlier than when the lake typically hits its lowest

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Dr. Dre Ordered to Pay Almost $300K in Monthly Spousal Support

Chad Benson Show

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Dr. Dre Ordered to Pay Almost $300K in Monthly Spousal Support

"Dre, We're going to talk about this. Is ordered to pay his ex wife $293,306 a month. And spousal support. It covers homes in Malibu in Pacific Palisades and her health insurance. That is to stay in effect until she either marries Or dies. So that's a win for her is what I'm saying

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Valleywise Health May Mandate Covid-19 Vaccine for Employees

Chad Benson Show

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Valleywise Health May Mandate Covid-19 Vaccine for Employees

"Employees and 1500 contractors in the next few weeks, Chief Clinical Officer Michael White reports no core virus outbreaks among staff. We certainly have seen intermittent employees and team members that have had covid 19 disease and have been positive. We do not have any employees out today with covid that I am aware of. Dr. White applauds banners decision He wants to protect his staffers from possible peace. Patient surges, especially as the Delta variance Higgins more people. Sports betting is speeding into Arizona and

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"benson" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

The Sue Plex Podcast

03:00 min | 5 months ago

"benson" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

"And he's again we've planted for just a few weeks and then we got into a bit of a rhythm. We moved sunday nights with rob. Chris and i asked. We got following setting very small but very loyal enjoy and it just became a thing really a really for community. We all get together. Lie to the where one of the guys who it. I was at his house last sunday. Picking up set of wrestling brewery biz with don't events together we yeah. I'm looking forward to meet the flag from the events robot round book. It's a you know it's again. It's one of those where i think. He's not huge. Might work within the hour and a half that we spend three hours robin dana. A doing it But but it makes people talk about is the highlight of the week. Which is just awesome. And i think the three of those are the four of us. I really enjoyed doing it. And why no keep going. As long as people interested in interesting playing along. And i saw there so of wrestling habit than mookie doing it. I saw some. That's that was always finally to wait now. The eurozone vote. they didn't come Woke up on woke up about directly. We've go Eight on sunday night. stall in. Let's look at eight pm so you need to play along each need to go to the hotel wrestling facebook page. Which is facebook enforce. Took john wrestling. Apm look for the live video off each day where he will talk through the rest. Every week we give away a brand new teasha from me. Euro shop not to the winner because it boring we give it to a random new plays long for the whole night. So everyone you got. You got just as much chance. Anyone else just participate. Excellent stuff accent. Stuff now wall. You'll hopes and aspirations per wrestling moving forward into twenty twenty one and beyond asking the big questions for friday night. Sarah this is this is this is deep okay so my my aspirations arresting wrestling. I'll tell you. I won't anything right apart from the obvious of one rule to be better the fans to make a difference in atmosphere. So that's all very obviously our really want to stop the nonsense. Stop this tribal bullshit. Awa fans duty refunds. If you're at a if you if you identifies native will you found. They can do no wrong. Interviewed can do i. Right and vice. Versa is just bollocks off our ethos our tagline is ish wrestling enjoy it and whether that is highly produced insanity broadcast role whether it's.

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"benson" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

The Sue Plex Podcast

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"benson" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

"I'm rick freddy when oh hello. I'm chris model won't shake hand right now because there was a policy which way remember thinking about that like bleh shuki rope rig flash pissed not definitely not maybe the wind from pats and now moving to you mentioned viewing paul is now i. You know i have lows of people were arrested friends around me. When i was growing up. I dated a guy round big or pay sahara or dominos. And get everything. And just go. Jane and butch bresson and annika. Tom from you bet you you would do that when you're younger. And that's now evolved into walk hooked on events or wrestling became tell the people well should not bad is because the Listen boy the website. To- people who don't know about hooked tom recipe. What it's all about. But essentially we are arresting community specifically. We organize viewing parties for me. And they you. In new japan pay per view events the big ones on the calendar. Something that i always felt was a massive gap. If you're a football fan. I mentioned earlier but you can go to any given the week and there's going to be a dozen football funds in there isn't an experience with as we've seen just recently with your twenty a and as we've been so stall. Lsat monsters nothing like shared experience in anything and wrestling funds. Didn't have this massive. You talk about the pay you had at your house and same mine with maybe half a dozen guys ten the most on the very very big east of occasion but i really wanted to do to bring the wrestling fan community together. We did that starring in rural rumble. Two thousand seventeen. We we put on a policy for that about seventy people aaron west london and it went down credit. Well i was really well received. We look tell me tell you..

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"benson" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

The Sue Plex Podcast

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"benson" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

"Good turning point in young. Paul benson's live in all sorts of different ways. How you miss. That would be my now. Look i was fourteen. And she would. And that was always point. I could watch wrestling. Tomahawks content and coincided roughly with pay per view. Espn broke his life for the first time i think is late night. Six that happened by the internet surround at. It's just my like. I said elliot all consuming passionate and i think you're a little bit younger than me says interesting that you came into it and they'll be later book. I firmly believe the. I'm right in that sweet spot for making lifelong wrestling fan. I think wrestling's always be at are not now sitting on abbott. To a certain point of view always aimed exactly the age i was i was when it was all constituting early nineties. That was the walls you talk about nine thousand nine hundred nine. I was seventeen Look at all the stuff that went on ninety nine totally if still doing a cartoon he stuff out of turned off as millions of others and it was just just sweet spot so that kept me going through college in university and then when you get to university you shed those. We don't care what people think and euro person you find yourself. Ought to give a monkey's point whether anyone knew has arresting phenomenon low behold. Those were the people were wrestling fans. So the ev. If you to carry on talking about it would never found out that was you know. Then we saw guy shows having viewing parties round people's houses for now those things work out isn't it and that was it i. I never lost my passion. Because look i was lucky enough as a childhood to sort of start working on the fringes of the wrestling industry which documents the even further for me. Tell us how you managed to get into that you mentioned narrows the post you need to go into the fringes of the Wrestling injury now..

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"benson" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

The Sue Plex Podcast

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"benson" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

"Lovely lovely wherever that we are having at the moment. Uk s in a heat wave rolon. Hey i wish. I hadn't air-conditioning unit though this moment. In time i think before in the past of This podcast we like to interview various people across and in this country to find out what makes them tick. Today's no exception. I am interviewing paul benson. Now paul my no be nine to. Everybody is her dove by. He runs hooked home recipe. Now they bring some of the best viewing parties to the uk and also runs the hooked on wrestling dot card uk news website which is a very good source for wrestling news. I must add Also in his past he has had dealings with impact wrestling formerly known as tna highway and getting them only a across the world. which as you imagine. It's a slightly different way. All been invoked in business so that you guys this into his story and pick his brains about how he became a fan and then go into the business bureau enjoying the weather. If you know it will break. Don't worry guys sit back. Relax grab your cup of tea. Iced tea abair. Whatever you are doing and enjoy this edition of the suplex podcast lowly and gentlemen and welcome to another edition of the suplex podcast. I am here where. I slightly different guests to say evening. He is the man behind luke. Tom wrestling mister show biz. Paul bedser ms bateson. How are you my dear. I'm very well. Thanks sarah thank you very much me. Hello everybody. I'm a long. Tubbs have been a guest on somebody else's podcast. I'm half on it and half excited. And then i suppose a little bit nervous as well. I'm sure you get to work you. I'll try. I'll try now. Guarantees here now guarantee. Well as co as oko. So i will lost. Iho question everybody comes on this boko ourselves. How did you get into this wonderful world of wrestling bouts. Re as a fun as a fan and that naturally goes into into the other realms of the business always eyesight. How did you become interested. Lafont pau is really simple. And i remember it like it was yesterday. In fact he was thirty years ago. I was my friend. Gary's house back home in grimsby and gary older brother while we were playing a thunder cats and our transformers. And whatever else happened to be watching some on ninety one and most a half paying attention as the matches went on and then suddenly the legion of doom came on the screen. And i would say that minute. I became a wrestling from. They just look like the most unbelievable sort of logic than life characters and i was glued to the screen whole time obviously not match which is great and that was me i was a fat was an avid fan and say thirty years later. That's not wavered. Did use would go completely like head in dressing off that night and also then how did you get get your hands on a because p people like take it for granted now fancy watches in wrestling. I just go to youtube or various other streaming services and be able to get it to my heart desire but back in the die rather my were. The look book is no. I didn't actually so. I my parents at that time which i find is a common theme among trust funds of a certain age and i let me let me get choice. I was looked longingly at..

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Biden Pledges Appeal of 'Deeply Disappointing' DACA Ruling

Chad Benson Show

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Biden Pledges Appeal of 'Deeply Disappointing' DACA Ruling

"The Biden administration vowing to defend DACA that program that protects undocumented immigrants brought to the U. S. As Children commonly referred to as dreamers from deportation. The program in jeopardy after a federal judge ruled against it, White House promising to fight back and defend the DACA program that provides protection for hundreds of thousands of immigrants who came to the United States as Children. Undocumented. Federal judge in Texas, ruling that the program set up by former President Obama is unlawful. The new court opinion would not immediately impact those already in the program, but would bar the government from accepting new applicants. President Biden is calling the ruling deeply

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Pack Your Patience: 47 Million Expected to Travel Over Holiday

The Guy Benson Show

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Pack Your Patience: 47 Million Expected to Travel Over Holiday

"Lot of people will be traveling by air over the Fourth of July weekend Travel is already at 85% of pre covid capacity. More than 3.5 million people are expected to travel by planes in the coming days. That is the most of course since the pandemic started classes Anita Vogel Tripoli says 47 million Americans are expected to travel this weekend and as people travel will be paying more for gas. The national average is 3 12 a gallon Nearly a dollar higher than a year ago, with the lowest prices in Louisiana, the highest in

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Teen Involved in 'Slender Man' Stabbing to Be Released From Mental Health Facility

Chad Benson Show

00:12 sec | 5 months ago

Teen Involved in 'Slender Man' Stabbing to Be Released From Mental Health Facility

"County, Wisconsin. Judge ordered the release of Anissa were imprisoned in a mental health facility in recent years after being convicted of stabbing a classmate nearly to death to please the fictional horror character dub slender man. You're

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Chauvin Sentenced to More Than 22 Years for Floyd Murder

Chad Benson Show

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Chauvin Sentenced to More Than 22 Years for Floyd Murder

"Police officer Derek Shelvin for the murder of George Floyd. The sentencing following an afternoon of emotional victim impact statements. Floyd, seven year old daughter, Gianna, the first to speak addressing the judge on video. If you could say anything to your daddy right now, what would it be a our mission. And I love Um Floyd's brother, Terrence, with a question for Derek Chauvin. When you Knew that he posed no threat anymore. He had He was handcuffed while you're there at least get up the Floyd family seeking the maximum sentence. You don't want to see no more slaps on the wrist. We've we've been through that already A BCS Alix Perez, former President Trump could

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Southern Baptists Elect Leader Focused on Bridging Racial Divide

Chad Benson Show

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

Southern Baptists Elect Leader Focused on Bridging Racial Divide

"The Southern Baptist Convention tamped down On a push from the right, electing Alabama pastor Ed Linton as president. On the second round of voting. Litton has worked to bridge racial divides in the convention. The delegates also voted to voted down a bit to make an issue out of critical race theory. You're

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"benson" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"That's it from us. Don't forget you can listen to this episode. And all of our previous episodes three page at three cr dot org slash spoarer blues. Follow us on instagram. At three cr dot. Yes bar blues. We also repeat on radius skid. Row tuesday's at three thirty pm shat to roll hernandez. Who makes that happen every week. We appreciate you bro. And that is it from me. All we'll see you next week but before we do. We're going to say goodbye with attract by wonderful wonderful k. eat and it's cold shiny. Got past Domino new league. This is a. She called me designed to mislead benefits and kobe. Now why denied. What's in thoughts and siegel bring in alabama..

"benson" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

05:41 min | 7 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

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"benson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Know kubrick was the guy for me. He's a great director. Oh man he was. He was one of my favorites of all time. Yeah he was he. He did a lot of great films during the sixties and seventies classics. And certainly two thousand. One it's just. As soon as i saw in college. They released it in the seventy s. When i was in college and the mid to late seventies and i went to this theater and so they had it in seventy millimeter. Which was stated your. At that time. I went to see at once and i go. I gotta seat again this way. And i've seen it and then i was just totally engrossed in the movie and like the making of two thousand and one. I had to find out how they did it. I loved it. I mean they did. Some of the special effects in an abandoned corset factory. I love stuff like that. But it's a great movie. And i found out what everything was shot. And how they put everything together and how the actress came on the project and everything and it's the movie still holds up incredibly. Well you know it's yeah there's no moonbase in two thousand one but but still it's really more of a first contact story told in a way that we've never seen before a very sort of some people interpreted it to be very religious film. Kind of just depends on how you look at it. You know you interpret aliens or are they got or what you know you know it. Just it he left it up to the audience to decide you know what is movie about. Oh yeah and then. That's the brilliant. I mean people have different Ways of of seeing it absolutely. That's actually interesting because if you look. At hearth saint clark's novels a lot of his seat themes almost border on religious terms. It's really interesting so he was able to do that in such a way. In in couch in science fiction that really made it so different and provocative. I really liked the way he wrote. And you know they're both gone unfortunately and But the movie still holds up. And i would love to see them re release it on the big screen again and really do it up again. It certainly deserves. They did in two thousand one. I know i know that. Yeah they even had birthday parties. I think in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine for how so in her von illinois made a big deal. Ask her banda. Excuse me but you know it was great and oh twenty ten just forgot it just. I felt bad for for peter. Hi to get kind of caught back. 'cause that was just not the right way to go and have it doesn't need a sequel. It doesn't doesn't. They've got a lot of things. Wrong what do you. What do you have anything on your table that you're working out. That hasn't been that hasn't been maybe officially announce jet just finished dark side of the morgue. Which is the second rock and roll. Hit waiting to hear if You're solid to was gonna fly which which i'll jump on immediately probably that happens And if it doesn't then I'll just probably come up with something new. What were you writers. Do you know we think of fiendish plots. I heard you were also either adapting some screenplays. Is that director. Well i already have I have two original novels One that's called evil hours and one is called face blind and i've already adapted them to screenplay and they're one of them at least is getting some some buzz. Oh good but you know. I'll jinx it if i talk about it. Sure sure You know hopefully something will happen in that regard. Well cool well. Hey i really want to thank you for taking the time to talk to me. Thank raymond benson and just a couple of elle's that really important visit his website. Raymond benson dot com in addition cinema. Retro dot com. That great magazine. We were talking about during the course of the interview. And don't forget to take. The audience survey sci-fi talk dot com. Click on the link link there or also on my podcast page. If the podcast description just click on as well. Thanks so much for listening. This is tony. Tomato take care. Hey this is raymond. Benson i wrote metal gear solid the novel and the rock and roll thriller a hard day's death and you're listening to sifi talk..

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"benson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

07:32 min | 10 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"In the theater when they first came out. Yeah me too. He's always going be bond to me. Well there's something about cold finger. Coach i think is always be to me. Quintessential pod movie. Yeah it probably will be you know it. It kind of nailed the formula. Did it ever. And they've kind of just been repeating it ever since however it's not my favorite bond movie. I mean it's one of them but I actually prefer Dr no and from russia with love really before that. Oh cool just because they were a little harder i mean they were a little rough around the edges. They weren't they were a little. There were finding their way still. And i just thought they were more true to the books not as fantastic. You know Not as not as out there you know not not not. The tongue was into the cheek is much. That's true that's true now. I liked it. And actually i thought the second the second one from russia with love the that one was great. Because i mean that's the orient express that was a lot of espionage. Takeover plot. Good cold war thriller absolutely. Yes it is. Yeah yeah and then of course. Yeah yeah i mean she was like one of the first really out there bonville but she wasn't that far out which which made her made her believable and she was very perfect for the part. Yeah really was Whose wife she was who she married to hurt. Vile no kidding. That's the original threepenny opera. And wow look talent breakfast. Yeah i do have. A fondness appears prisident. high thought. Well i thought he was a good bond. Yeah he was. It's to be honest. I'm not a popular choice. The only bond. I had a problem with roger moore. I'll tell you the truth. I need to but that's you know i think it was just the direction that the films went in that period. They they made them comedies instead of thrillers. And you know rogers personality and the style with which he plays the character just kind of fit in with that set way of presenting bond. And so you know for a little over ten years. Yeah we had the bond comedies people would ask. We would talk for among friends. Or whatever and i would say. He's he's doing the saint as james bond. I'm sorry that's the way. I used to look at the rest. I think he brought something really interesting to the part. And i'm very happy with the way things are right now and looking forward to the new film in november. I think that's gonna be really good too so they seem to bring in. Martin campbell's the reboot guy and they got him directing the first one and i think they're going to bring good directors that are really going to keep to series going in the right direction. Now so. I think that's one of the things that you do. And i love this magazine. It's right for cinema retro. You contribute to them to me as far as movies about sixty s. I've never seen any magazine. Covers it as well as they do. Oh thank you Yeah cinema retro a lot of fun to work for It is a magazine published three times a year out of britain. And it focuses. Mostly on movies of the sixties. And seventies not exclusively. But that's kind of where our audience is aimed as the baby boomers Because you know we all kind of think. The best movies were made in the sixties in the seventies. There were some classics the classics made during that time. It's hard to argue. That really. And i have a a regular column. That appears in every issue where i picked my favorite movies of of a particular year. Craig i love. Then i also now and then all interview somebody or write an article too so i think my last interview was with john phillip law. Who just real recently. I heard yes. I'm sorry to hear that. Yeah he was probably his last interview. We didn't know it at the time. Sure very in depth interview about his work with you know. Ray harry housing and he was sindbad and one of the harry. How he certainly was the blind guy. Ain't blind angel and barbarella was He got his start. Basically and the russians are coming. The russians are coming movie. Yeah yeah so he. He was hot stuff. In the late sixties early seventies puck and lift actor and then he You know he went to europe and started making movies in europe where he remained very popular in europe. So you know he. He was always working now a very cool. I mean yeah. I've always liked same bad. Actually i thought he did a fine job. Yeah my favorite sindbad movie to ray area. The golden voyage the golden voyage. Yeah that's one of mine original one. I kinda liked a lot to you. Know it just had a lot of the cyclops and all that stuff the dragon. I mean those were cool things and all the things that are being done right now are of like the children of harry housing with with digital animation. They wouldn't they wouldn't be doing it if people wouldn't accept it if it weren't for what ray did. Yeah it's really amazing. How he how he really really did something. That really changed the industry and now. Cgi changed again. But that's salako more with the metal gear solid author raymond benson. In just a moment. There is a great magazine. And i just got the latest issue. I love when they do sci-fi things and they just did a feature on a movie called journey to the far side of the sun. Right with with roy innis. Which remember that movie. I i saw a two and it's a very under appreciated film. You know really is. I really liked it and i'm glad they did something on it. And whenever they do anything related they really do. They really do it well. So it's really cool well being type person Saw af is Top ten list. That came out last week. Yes i did. Yeah sor- fine the list. I always pay attention to are the top box office of time. And i look at that list and i see this sci fi movies that are on there and you know it time always seems to really be the ultimate judge of things. So that's what. I look at the way i look at box office. Hit does not always translate into good movie. That's true that's true But i think you know if i are doing pretty good job of picking the good movies please. That two thousand and one was number one. It's kind of hard to beat that one. it really is. It really is hard to beat. It's my favorite movie of all time. Hey i have. Actually i have. It's always a toss up between that and citizen kane. Well citizen kane up there but yeah two thousand and one really changed my life when i was thirteen when it first came out. Yeah you know if you saw it. In the theater god yes. It was just a life changing experience. it really was. It was incredible. You know you had not seen anything like it before and probably didn't say anything like it again for ten years nine years later that star wars came out Nothing in between was even close. You.

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"benson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

07:04 min | 10 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"In this edition of sci-fi talk has prolific author raymond benson who is really has quite a trifecta so far this year he already has out metal gear solid based on the popular video game in addition and original novel hard day's debt in coming out this fall. We'll be the union trilogy. Which is a re release of his works as the official james bond author in the union trilogy before we go to raymond benson. Just want to remind you please. The audience survey at sci-fi talk dot com. Click on the button to complete the survey for my podcast page in podcast description. You can complete the survey there if you include your email address. I'll be happy to send you a dvd as a token to five appreciation. Thanks so much. Now let's go to my conversation with raymond benson author of metal gear solid. It's great to talk to you and be on the show. I really have enjoyed your work in the past. And i'm really happy that you're involved with not the novel that you did a novelization for metal gear solid. I think the challenge of that is huge. Essentially you're taking a video game and making it into a novelization form. How did that project come together. And how did you attack. well All thanks for having me on the show secondly to answer your question I was I was approached by Hideo kojima enough who designed the original game He apparently had a short list of authors. That he wanted to do it. And i guess he was a pan of my bond work because it had been published in japan and he He konami and delray. The publishers us had an agreement together to do the books so They asked me. If i'd be interested and i thought about i sure why not you know. I was somewhat a fan of the game My son played it all the time. You know i would watch him play. It and i was interested in a video game designer. Well a computer game designer back in the late eighties and early nineties. So you know it wasn't a completely foreign medium for me Now i had already written some movie novelization. In fact i am i. I'm a one of the founding members of the international association of media tie in writers which is an organization of writers who do a lot of novelization b. movies or tv or games. or whatever. And so i you know there is a there is a a forum to it. There is an art to doing it and It's it's not an easy thing to describe. I mean i would just say that A lot of its intuition. A lot of it is taking the source material laying out in front of you and breaking it down into what would basically be chapters of the books and the gone from there. Now you use to the this is based on the nineteen ninety eight storyline of the game. That came out at that. Time right the first game. Okay so So that must have been easy. At least you're not you know trying to tie everything together. Up to this point i would. That would take more than one novel. Obviously all right yeah. Yeah the planet that there hopefully will be a series of novels. We're talking about doing the second one. Now which is called sons of liberty. What amazes me is that nobody has done this as a film yet. Well i think they're probably talking about it. I don't know. I don't know what konami is plans. Are they kind of keep it close to the vest. But i'm sure that they're they're probably thinking along those lines you happy with the way things turned out after it was all done. Yeah you know it's it was fun The characters are interesting. And engaging it's you know it's very I mean it has a very much a sort of japanese mangled kind of sensibility to it. the characters are kind of fantastic with lots of Sort of extra extra abilities. And you know i just had fun with it. And i you know as long as konami and the publishers were pleased. And i'm pleased. He were intended to try to steer which stay away from that. You pretty much decided to embrace that part of what they came was. Yeah yeah absolutely and and you know. I was pretty had to be pretty faithful to the game. I couldn't go often to into uncharted territory or anything. Any new stuff that i added to the book was had to be approved of course by kojima sons. So everything in it is has gotten the seal of approval by by the man themselves. So it's it's official with the canon the canon piece go well they may convey saints cannon his cannon so there you go that's awesome so so this time you are planning the second one. Have you gotten the green light for that yet. Well we're they're they're sort of negotiating with the and And i guess you know. I'm keeping my fingers crossed and sounds like it's going to happen but you know i can't really say for sure. Does anything can happen. But i'm pretty sure it will. Will you be doing all the series or are they going to bring you know okay. I don't know it's just doing them one at a time so you have a hard day's death i. There is something appealing to me about. Kind of like a rock and roll investigator kinda p. I kinda liked it. Yeah well that that's a much more closer to the to my heart. It's a much more. I mean it is a it's mine. It's an original sure novel. Yes spike barringer the rock and roll. Detective is he is a guy who runs a security firm in new york city for Rock and roll and the like. But he's also a private eye. And i've skewed the rock and roll world to be a very dangerous place. So there's lots of murders and kidnappings in black mailings and illegal downloading and spike has to sort all of that out doesn't sound too far from the truth and you know he. They're the real rockstars you know. We'll make cameo appearances all through the books. And i've already written the second one cool. It'll it'll come out next spring. It's called dark side of the morgue nice and you have Have david bowie and john lennon making an appearance. 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"benson" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"benson" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Forward slash interviews. Hi and welcome back to the my future business show. My name is Rick. No skin. Do I have somebody very special on the line with us today? We've got the wonderful Jennifer Benson. How are you Jennifer? I'm great. Thank you. How are you? I'm exceptionally. Well, I always like to say two feet in a heartbeat and I have nothing to complain about but Jennifer you have an incredible story to a share with the my future business audience. Now there was a time in my own life. I have to say that was lacking Direction and I think we all go through this and on this call today for everybody's with us. We're going to be unpacking Jennifer's life in terms of looking at her what she friendly terms her in a ding, but just so you know Jennifer is also the office of her Memoir beautiful possibilities. We're going to take a deep dive into that. But before we go into the core of the call Jennifer, I'd love to learn a little bit more about your rich life your home. Roots that's far. Would you mind sharing a little bit about yourself at the my future business audience? I love to wreck. I I am not only a writer and we're working on my Memoir for the last four years, but I am at english-as-a-second-language teacher in New York state Upstate New York and more of a country girl. Yeah and back in about mm. Mm. I decided to take the leap listen to my inner Ding and my inner voice and teach in an international school over in Kuwait. My sister was already there teaching and there was an opening and I just thought you know, what life was pretty stagnant band and I think needed to shake things up a little bit and fortunately everything worked out so that I could take the leap. I list look for the signs and follow that inner voice and took that massive leap and the a brand new life abroad and then about in 2014. I moved back home again. Oh, okay. So you're currently in Upstate New York. Is that correct? Yeah, fantastic. Now, what was the what was second language? Second language over in Kuwait. Yes now in terms of yeah, it's Arabic. Is that what you said here that you're an english-as-a-second-language teacher thought you yeah, right. Fantastic. How did you find the culture over in the Middle East? Well, you know, I found it exciting for the longest time. I think it really resonated with me just because of the adventure of it and at times I think it was challenging to you know, I think you have to kind of conform a little bit to a new religion and and you country and at times you might feel invisible but other times I was teaching at a school with over kids from over 20 different countries. So we had lots of different languages and I look like the open-mindedness of the children that I taught and I like the open-mindedness of the teachers that I worked with and they were from mainly United States and Canada. So I think there was a lot of birth..

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"benson" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"benson" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back everybody. I've cut Melanie Benson on the line Melanie. How are you I'm Craig Michael thanks for inviting me to a very intriguing conversation today. My pleasure now. For those of us that aren't aware millionaire both. Icons of influence I think that's what Steve Calls them. With the new media summit, and basically an English that means we for some reason, other Steve believes we know what we're doing and we are you know. People that have influenced when it comes to podcast in business and life, so it's always good to talk with somebody that's in in that ecosystem, because it's a it's a great group of human beings for sure and been looking forward to having this conversation for a while. So. You do a ton of things and one of the things that jumped out at me. and our conversations that we've had. Is the concept of money and you know how people view it. Especially small business owners and entrepreneurs and Sola preneurs that are out launching their businesses the relationship with money sometimes. And we discussed this a little bit in the pre show. I think holds people back from reaching the success levels really could hit if they had a different relationship. So what got you into this? Line of work in in in what are some of the things you commonly see happen with people. Well it is so tackle the first question I. Had I get into? It I actually kind of fell into it. Because I was watching so many of my entrepreneurial clients not make progress in implementing in being able to take what should work and actually get financial results from it. I started looking at. Patterns Person I look at patterns today I was looking at like. What's the pattern here? I'm seeing. People have no shortage of ideas, no shortage of enthusiasm, new shortage of passion for what they're doing, but they are having a shortage of cash flow. So what's really going on here and they started to realize that. as entrepreneurs, only business owners, coaches consultants..

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"benson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"benson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"The feeling that it's okay to be who they are meant if you fall in love with somebody you're just lucky even if they happen to be the same gender or totally different gender or whatever it is you're just lucky you know and there's nothing wrong with with same sex relationships that it is totally normal and natural and there are a lot of people out there who don't have that they live in societies where it's frowned on religion dictates that it's you know evil or when when. Joss created that relationship. You really changed the length of a little bit. Yeah I really do believe and I've I've talked to a few other people on in during the course of interviews That I really believe this is like the last civil rights like area. You know it's like you know it's like this is once we cleared this hurdle we would have come. We will come a long way. You know if we can do that that'd be that'd be awesome because it's just there's no reason why not frankly. I can't think I race. I agree with you it. It seems rather ridiculous that was she thousand fourteen and things haven't changed yet but they are changing. Just they slow slow process. I I was listening to NPR in the car today. And they're talking about you. Know the the the percentage of lgbtq characters on Network TV is right is risen. But it's still like four or five percent low. There's very little. We're still not at a point where minorities essentially anyone is. Well where the country is well represented and I just heard a statistic. I actually put it on an article. I read blocked it on. My blog was from what twenty twelve to twenty two year? They're only twenty two percent of the Of the characters were women in these films. Twenty two guests. That's horrible. Where more than half the population of this country? Yeah that's that's criminal. I mean that really is it's wrong. It's totally wrong. Another thing that Buffy buffy proved at a woman could carry issue and totally. I mean she. She was tough but he was a real character. People across the board turn tuned into watch. The show wasn't just women Menchu Young and old I remember. Who's doing I was was doing. Charity Event and They had a signing some stuff in. Were SITTING THERE. And it was knee and the guys from the trio. Yes boys and this woman with a shoulder came up and she's with you know the baby and the solar and a little a little girl with their she. She came over to me and she's like we use sign. Nash and I was like Oh and she's not gonna no it's more it's more my father. His name is David whatever and then she turns to the little girl she goes. This is the girl from GRANDPA's favorite show. I that is the greatest thing ever GRANDPA's fears you vampires there. It's a great show. It's on somewhere you know I think I can. I think I watched it on Netflix. Once in a while so it's It's great to have it there and you know you. You always wonder you kinda play. Monday morning quarterback she. What would happen if buffy was on during a time where there was twitter and social media? How does that change in It might still be on the air. You never know but But yeah for you can't. It's it was a show of its time and It certainly changed. I think in a lot of ways away television shows were written and how dialogue was written so it certainly Pave the way and has a special place I think for me and Just to let you know dwell too much on it but my wife is was talking about buffy to her niece so she's she's lent her the DVD's and now she's hooked. It's like a drug. I think I'm crazy but I'm like you can't just watch one. You have to watch the whole season about the the first one and then you go on and watch all the rest of it finish that up and then you move to angel and you watch all of that firefly. I mean it's just it doesn't end the man. The man is created an empire. And Yeah Well Tell You you've done you know it's the cool thing about what you're doing is sounds like you're exploring you know all the creative areas and interest you. That were there. It's writing acting and even in films somewhere co directing or you've had a chance to kind of do a lot of different things and Is there anyone that you'd like more or is it just cool to be able to play all those different you know? It's really great to be able to plan all the different sandbox but think my favorite thing is probably directing. Because you know it's when you get to write something then you directed and then you get to like cut it and and you know it's just it's just taking all the things I enjoy putting them together dealing with actors you know dealing with your crew and the way where the camera goes and how it looks style on a really really interesting to me. Yeah yeah that's great. I mean there is some magic in the editing room when everything comes together on you know. Woodley finished product. And you know there it is you know it's It's it there is some magic to it and I still think that's one of the hardest things to do on. The planet is to make a film that is good. I think is really hard thing to do. Because you know you really don't get the feedback until after it's out so it's really hard to gauge it. It is you. Don't you know it's sort of like? I think anything in the entertainment. Intrusively gambling is. You know you put everything into it and you're like okay. Well put it out there and either going to be big buck. No way me or it's GonNa be I am I mean. How many things do you hear on paper sound really good? It's like hey cash person for this and that and then when you see it you can't watch five minutes of it. It's like what happened. Just don't know it's it's true and I think a big problem. We have is with too many cooks in the kitchen. Especially you know in network world because you have so much money wrapped up in these. Tv shows movies. That fifty people going justify my job to make sure that that makes money. Because if I don't were screwed you know so you have all these people sort of dictating. What gets what made and making creative choices when not feed if people per se. They're more business be they have. Nba from Harvard. Usually like okay. Well that's great and you should be greeted getting you know getting the business into things going but if you WanNa talk about character development you better also have a degree in creative writing I mean. Can you tell the story? Do you know how what what a carry back? What motivates a character. How To make the character real? Those are issues that are you know essentially can make or break any movie or TV shows. So the that's I think that's the bad thing about it is the business people are saying. You know that the creative people do their jobs and they make a good product and then because somebody has to have their hand in it too just as you said to justify say well how about if we change this or that and it went out realizing it could be hurting the show. That's already find tinkering. Hopefully well mean buffy. They were really lucky if they came in this kind of like a mid season replacement. Another is really paying attention. Like I don't know what the thing about fan fire what you know. And so kind of with lesser tone devices and and he. He was allowed to sort of create what he wanted. And I think that's why the show was as good as it was. There wasn't a lot of fighting from from other places people that weren't the network executives see. Oh people that we're interested in. It was more they were. They liked it and they wanted it to be good less than like trying to justify money or or you know it was interesting I it got. It got a really good deal on in that regard. Unfortunately he wasn't as lucky but firefly when they mixed up the order of the episodes and meet did not help things at all. You know it's like when you see it in. The order was meant to be it goes. It just makes more sense. You know. It's it's again. It's very telling that one. Think the network really goofed on that You know they really did spend all that money. They wanted to air in the correct order. Well they felt they wanted to go more ratings so they wanted to go in that direction but but that doesn't you know really hurt the story and and the rest is history unfortunately but yeah well so what besides the books that you know. Morgan Ville do you have anything else? You have coming you know. I just directed a short film. Yeah and I'm working on the and then See what else is going on. But you got another. This is a new series of books. So I've got the second one that I'm working on right now to stick any of the year that sort of taking over my thinking over my life right now. That's a lot of were very very very occupied. Very busy right well. Busy is a good thing. That's what I always say so. It's not a bad well. It's been a pleasure to talk to you and get your insights on things online Tony. This is really lovely and the fact that you're so you're so fun to talk to your show aware of stuff and so bright. It's it's really nice. That's nice to hear that that's nice. Well Breaking Vancouver. I hate stupid questions I really do. And I'll be at tables week and I'll hear so many it's WWCO it is. It's just you know. Nobody works on interviewing anymore. It just seems like they. They just kind of throw questions out people and that they're told to ask and I could go on all right amber. Great to talk to you and watching everything you're doing. It sounds like some stuff coming our way here. You got okay all right really appreciate that special. Thanks to four. Pr For ranging. The interview visit her cool blog. Hambur Benson rothe this DOT BLOGS DOT COM. Give that your elegant is Hammer. Benson wrote this dot blog. Spot Dot Com really had offers some funny insights on life and our world to ambrose's and check out her novels the witches of Echo Park series the ghosts of Albion which are both Amazon until next time this is joanie to Lotto. Thanks so much for listening. Hey this Erickson. From four hundred eighty eight minutes and you're listening to Sifi Talk..

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"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The guy Benson show in accordance with the previous segment in some of the messaging from me about the freelancing from the podium yesterday for the president this was a tweet today from the surgeon general sort of seemingly apropos of nothing but you think about the context a reminder to all Americans please always talk to your health provider first before administering any treatment slash medication to yourself or a loved one I have course agree with that and your staff meanwhile the CDC has tripled the number of symptoms that they are associating with corona virus so possible indicators of coronavirus so we knew about fever we knew about cough we knew about shortness of breath or difficulty breathing and by the way on the fever there been some studies that show only a certain fraction of people who have corona virus develop a fever so using those thermometers are you put up against your temple or whatever that's a useful metric but it's not necessarily definitive because a lot of people gonna coronavirus with no fever at all which again is just another problem this disease is just awful anyway so you get fever cough shortness of breath difficulty breathing we knew those added chills repeated shaking with chills muscle pain headache sore throat in a new loss of taste or smell so I guess if you had some sort of issues with taste or smell before this pandemic that is obviously not going to be a factor here but if it's a new loss of taste or smell something that has just developed in those senses that's one of the warning flags along with as I said sore throat headache muscle pain repeated shaking and chills in addition to fever cough shortness of breath so.

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"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"For another hour of the guy Benson show we are live broadcasting from my house wherever you are thank you for being here and if you missed any of the first hour including my interview with senator berasa you can get the podcast for free guy Benson show dot com fox news alert just looking at the markets the Dow closing up just a hair basically flat but up thirty three points today to twenty three thousand five thirty seven so not a huge day but certainly you'd rather see a green arrow pointed upward then a red arrow pointed downward I want to bring to you a scoop that fox news ran with last night and broke it was Bret Baier who did the lead reporting on this story and it broke after we went off the air but it very much aligns with our entire second hour yesterday where I did basically an hour long monologue on China and Chinese propaganda and some really shocking stuff from CNN in any case headline sources believe corona virus outbreak originated in Wuhan lab as part of China's efforts to compete with the U. S. exclusive there is increasing confidence that the covert nineteen outbreak likely originated in a Wuhan laboratory though not as a bio weapon it is part of Chinese attempt to demonstrate that its efforts to identify and combat viruses are equal to or greater than the capabilities of the United States multiple sources who've been briefed on the details of early actions by Chinese government I have seen the relevant materials tell fox news so it's a very long sentence that's one sentence but there's a lot of information packed into that sentence let's just break it down briefly increasing confidence within the U. S. government the corona virus outbreak originated in a laboratory in Wuhan there we talk about the state department cables from twenty eighteen expressing concern about exactly this you still have to do with bassinet bat borne illness but the Chinese it sounds like what the U. S. is increasingly convinced of the Chinese were trying to flex their muscles as people who can prevent viruses epidemiologists they can perhaps even surpassed the US when it comes to combating viruses and even that zeal to try to overtake the U. S. in that space they were apparently potentially cutting corners in terms of safety procedures protocol and this natural virus not a bio weapon this is not man made a crafted as a weapon against anyone but this natural virus is skate from the laboratory and ended up infecting people and then the rest unfortunately is a very scary history that we're all living through right now and there's also reporting in this fox news piece from Bret Baier and other people contribute to it that the W. H. O. has been complicit in some of this this is a very shocking development it may not be surprising but still in the scheme of things it is shocking because for how long I've been told it's the wet markets and that's still might be the case but the fact that this report got published and then listen to the president's response so he was asked about it yesterday by John Roberts during the briefing our colleague chief White House correspondent John Roberts he said we're reporting is a fox news this one laboratory story listen to how the president really doesn't deny it cut nine multiple sources are.

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"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"It is the home stretch on the guy Benson show on this Monday I am glad to be back on the map sometimes you come back from vacation deserve ease back into it not today with all the news breaking and then just some really serious tough subjects you came in full steam ahead yeah with no say in the matter it's just how it all went down that was the voice of producer Christine who welcomed me back today I arrived here in New York got to fox said she had a coke zero waiting for me which is a plus on that gold star and I immediately started to have questions and then in the elevation nope nope I'm gonna save them for the error there's no way we're gonna be able to tackle two weeks worth of honeymoon related questions from curious Christine in just this one segment so we will spend time over the next few days old in the next few programs at the end of the show walking through her curiosities so Christine I think you want to start I suppose with Australia which was stop one on the honeymoon I DO and normally I would probably start the segment off an Australian accent but I feel like today's not the day right I think no days or the day for your Australian accent I feel I could be fine to sort of eliminate that one from the repertoire but we take in okay so I'm doing a couple follow ups to my curious Christy how are you feeling are you you were out for number is really under the weather yeah I've been pretty sack I've had a it's called acute bronchitis this is me actually probably ninety five percent better oh my god yeah it's probably a good five days out of work out of commission and you were very good I had no idea now now and I think it says I said thank god I got sick when guy was gone the didn't interrupt anything it's good but it's tough Tony of guest hosts I mean there's a lot of stuff going on I'm glad you're feeling mostly better hopefully you'll be at a hundred percent I'll be ready for Iowa yes because we are doing the show live from Iowa on Monday which is carcass Dale B. all over fox news channel we have a huge operation there for the caucuses on Monday and producer Christine all my travel buddy hopefully not giving me bronchitis alright so by the way don't mess with me I am like day eleven of steroids right rage yeah I I I why here is to sing with a slight angry edge lighting Max can attest I was a little little IG last week okay some follow up questions I don't see him or her anywhere and I assume you would just keep that alive animal in a suitcase so did you not bring back the call did not it turns out that you have to declare that sort of thing and that's a huge annoyance at customs and I figured you know it's aside from being a crime probably not worth the hassle did you get to hold a koala so no we could have gone to the zoo and seen a koala but with all the cool wall is struggling with the fires we just decided to leave that alone we did donate to the fire effort and the fire fighting effort I should clarify we are not pro fire and we were weirdly almost paradoxically rooting for rain on our own honeymoon in Australia because they needed it so badly we didn't get it for the first four days is beautiful which was sort of nice for us but bad for the country then it poured rain and they got so much rain and really needed places so they are by no means out of the woods yet by that deluge and just the the wet weather that arrived in the second half of our Australia leg was very very welcome news did you feel like was it all over the news like was it doing there was your draft huge news story and the day that we landed apparently was the worst day in Sydney in weeks you could smell the smoke in the air in Sydney when we got off the plane the next day gone beautiful day we did this whole hike multiple miles up the coast it was awesome you couldn't there is no hint if you didn't know it was happening in the news you have no sense of that based on where we were but given all of the local news and the prime minister giving press conferences constantly in some of the smoke smell from time to time it was certainly a very serious issue down there I'm this is another question because I did I watched I followed you on Instagram did you really I. P. bans and by the way on Instagram did you really need to fly I don't know eighteen plus hours see Elton John could you do that stateside somewhere he happened to be there while we were there so why not see Sir Elton while he's doing his farewell tour in Australia he actually said it was his last indoor concert ever in Australia he said I'm just I'm not gonna be back down here he said I'm getting to a certain age I want to be with my family I can't be traveling these types of long distances moving forward so I won't be down under again but I he was just very effusive in his love for the Australian people he played there so many times and it was cool seeing a concert in a foreign country I thought was a pretty cool experience it was a really fun concert did you drive at all no did you want to not really there was no need uber is such a miracle right you you can just get where you need to get out with minimal effort on your part my cousin's friend drove us to the concert because they attended as well and just I think between the jet lag and the drinking it there's just no point in trying to drive on the wrong side of the road as a kid growing up in Hong Kong that was where we used to drive you know the passenger seat was the driver's seat but I've become so accustomed to the correct way of doing things here in America that is still a bit disorienting whether I'm in the U. K. Hong Kong Australia it's just to me it's the turn is that got me like they'll be making a left hand turn or especially a right hand turn into like the opposite lane which is our equivalent of a left hand turn and it's just like whoa and then round abouts forget it I would just give up would you ever get a car with me if we you and I are both in Australia no I would barely get in a car with you here I see you didn't let me drive on our retreat well you drove herself we we relegated you to your own car with the white and Max and I we were all doing our group stuff you drove every time my car I did in fact do that that is true alright last question how did you see that you have inside absolutely our show fan favorite my cousin Simon who works for the Conservative Party down there he was very gracious with his time took us to the concert treated us to the concert took us out to dinner by the opera house we did a lot of stuff was Simon if you get a Yahoo Skippy he taught hello I asked him if he had a pet kangaroo when he said it was named Skippy yes I think he was having a little fun with you there's no skimping there's no skimping Australians don't own kangaroos is pass I know especially not city dwellers I don't think that would work even little many kangaroos wallabies I just don't think that's I was lied to I think it was not a lie it was a fun story okay last last question I promise okay did you notice to the toilets did they flush differently we did not have that's that is an interesting question to ask we did not have like spin toilets where they flush in sort of a world full it was like the one giant slash type toilet in our hotel room so I couldn't I couldn't comment but it was an extremely fun trip Australians are wonderful people they are our cousins they are our friends great great allies to the American people so it was nice to sort of be able to pay it back a little bit we sent some firefighters down there I think a few of them actually passed away which is really sad but they felt the love certainly from American we tried to give it right back in I think you're out of questions on Australia but still to come Fiji travel so many questions from curious Christine later in the week for these ever popular homestretch segments but we are out of time for.

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"benson" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"benson" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"That encourage you and also I've learned that what type of Love Ram and I've learned that I'm a Like if you do your if you co star and you do all your whole chart of your the difference Odiaun signs like your Venus how you love. Venus in Libra and libra. They changed themselves a little bit per partner and like be idolize love more than the person I think. That is my biggest problem so I think even it takes that makes sense. I'm really like I love love so much and I love writing about it and I've been learning slowly. What love is and I feel like I have become? Confidence has become easier for me to let go of People Blake. Sometimes I'm so in love with idea of love that I can't see what's right in front of me which is like like not right for me. I like there were so many red flags with the last guy. We're just not right for each other. Because he has a law growing up. I'm not the right person for him but I was like almost fighting for that love so everyone was like the Ukraine alarm. And like you. You're I never see happy anymore and I wasn't like like I just the thought 'cause we grow up watching all these Stupid Manzi right where it's like. Yeah this supposed to be hard and then you FIFA each other there and like and that's almost almost. I felt safe in these moments where I had so many ups and downs and I feel like I'm learning now that I'm so in love with the the thought of love the sometimes I'm not seeing the person in front of me and fall in love with potential scariest thing yes that is so good. See this is what you could take into New Year. Because you've just said it you stay it and now now that you know that your thing yeah no one around you is GonNa let your friends or your therapist. You know won't let you do it again. Then yeah a big part of me is like I do want to be in a stable relationship the next year and I do need to manifest. But I'm so scared of it. I don't know why I don't why either maybe it hasn't been. Maybe it hasn't been so easy for you in the past. Maybe you haven't really done yet so it's like a whole new thing like any time we try something new. It's kind of scary but I think if there was ever. It's easier when you're younger and you're you're just like well what doesn't have but I think putting that pressure that the next guy date is forever is also then. Stop you because this is going to be the everything love to dig guys that that are not in the same industry as me like I think that maybe the person end up with doesn't do what I do and is like behind the scenes. Then he can let me shine and like I think that's what I'm supposed US end up with so I'm definitely more open to dating guys who are not in my industry. Good okay putting that out there. They're listening checker out. Check me out. Thank you violate. So what okay. People can find find you everywhere too tired to be crazy podcast on every Thursday. We talk about literally everything of cool gas and we do select facades where I talk about your your feelings. How to get? Over a break-up depression I just did a Zodiac sign podcast episode so. That was really fun. My next one is going to be about Zodiac kabq signs. And how they fuck okay. I'll be how how much of it is. I am John. You're talking about it. No Gem men and women are both different but Germany women when are just like there are a lot like their grand bad because of that they're just like avalon personalities. What I'm yeah I'm all over the place and good way art vile? Thanks for being here. I for having me we. Wha what's your intentions for funding I thought it was going to get out of it. I learned this year. God Damn you. I learned this year. Would I learned this year. which is that it actually got clearer on what I actually am looking for in a partner And that it's changed now because as you get older your needs change what you need. That is at this point. I don't need money I'm not having kids I if I want to live with anyone right now super-busy whatever but I realized that there are certain things I will not. I just don't work for me anymore. So in the New Year. I'm looking to put to prioritize dating to actually put myself out there in situations that I haven't in the past and to meet someone that is cool now my level and can accept everything that I do and they make they want to travel. We're going to travel together and and there were going to make each other the best versions of ourselves. I want that to. I want the traveling and I wanNA make each other the best versions of ourselves and we don't don't make each other insecure. Yes we made each other happy and we're both like push each other to like be better. That's how that's how it should be in your friendships. That's how it should be at work. Should definitely beat with love. Don't don't let anyone bring you down at twenty twenty and I don't care if the guy's older than me or younger than me. Good there you go. He's put out so many people people thank you violent Benson think you so much for having me I love it..

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"benson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"benson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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