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Unlocking Data's Value in Life Sciences, from Diagnosis to Telehealth and Beyond - with Bill Fox of SambaNova

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Unlocking Data's Value in Life Sciences, from Diagnosis to Telehealth and Beyond - with Bill Fox of SambaNova

"This is daniel fa- gela head of research to artificial intelligence research. And you're listening to the a in business podcast. It's not every company that can getting pre money valuation in the multiples of billions but samba. Nova systems is just one. Such organization founded in palo alto california by prominent computer science. Researchers samba nova offers hardware software. What they call data flow as a service among the many industries where sound over operates is healthcare and that's indeed going to be the focus of today's interview. Our guest this week is bill. Fox was brought previous. Ai and data related products into the healthcare space previously with companies like mark logic also based out in the bay area. Bill fox speaks for this this week. As to what somber novas team is seeing in terms of the core opportunities for computer vision and artificial intelligence in the future of healthcare. There's a number of use cases covered here and there so common themes among them diagnostics and telehealth. We have not heard that much about telehealth on this program over the years but it's interesting to see what a company whose raised as much money with as much prominence assam minova has what they're actually seeing as those core opportunities in the telehealth domain. So bill walks through some of those talks about what future healthcare transformation might look like an. I hope provides an interview for those of you who are listeners. That's going to give you a little bit of a looking glass into what the future of healthcare might be in terms of where the near term value of ai might land and this episode is sponsored by samba nova if you're interested in reaching emerges global audience okay i in business podcast newsletter website. Stay tuned to the end of this episode and there'll be more information about gap without further. Do let's fly in this bill fox samba nova systems. Here on the a in business. Podcast so bill. We've got a lot to cover here in the world of life sciences face. You've been in for quite some time and The first use case and domain of life sciences. I wanna be able to cover with. You is drug discovery before getting into a opportunities kind of tee up how the process works today and why it's so critical for pharma firms. What we'll get into the stuff if we could sure so so far really runs on the blockbuster drug you know. That's the game is trying to find that next balk blockbuster. And it's not just for profits for the company. But that's you know these. Finding cures for things like diabetes and treatments for these chronic diseases that millions and millions of people have is really the goal and traditionally. How it's been done has been very very difficult very time. Consuming very long process at very expensive. So you'll hear different quotes seven years here ten to fifteen years from idea to pharmacy. You'll hear two billion three billion fourbillion in any case takes a really long time. It costs a lot of money in the problem. There is that you're constantly making this huge bat and what it causes. We saw a few years ago with alzheimer's drugs. A whole budge of clinical trials were stopped sort of mid street because they look like they weren't promising and if you're doing a ten year process spending billions of dollars. It's kinda hard to get halfway through and it's not looking back great. You're going to just cut it off so that process which is kind of you know. I've heard it compared to like an industrial reprinted. Ostro revolution aside just sitting at their bench. And they're trying to find proper targets trying to find the molecules the bond to that protein that will have the right effect on it that will constitute eventually drug and it's a very hit or miss process. Now obviously we've a lot of amazing drugs on the market. So just like that artisan. They've built some beautiful things that way. But it's really efficient really expensive so now with the i. Hopefully we can augment that process quite bit better. Yeah yet you know as you mentioned. There's hardly a more important thing for the financial sustainability of of a pharmafirm than to do drug discovery. Well and in terms of their positive impact. It's the same thing and it's difficult for me to think of anything in business. That costs billions plural as norm. It's very very difficult. I mean financial services oil and gas. He's a really really big sectors very hard for me to think about that so clearly dollars at stake in consequences at stake and like you said if we're halfway through we've invested on. Sometimes we have to cut that off very tough. There's a lot of areas. Where a i can hopefully not only speed up this process but you help cure. More of these diseases are calling for the treatments. Talk a little bit about some of the opportunities for a that that in your perspective or a really be big deal in the years ahead soros. There's a lot of challenges when you start to take this apart and one of the first ones that all big pharmaceutical companies have is a tremendous amount of data a tremendous amount of knowledge locked inside the organization. But it silo all over the place. Sometimes in the worst case scenario heads. Or it's in no brooks or it's in a database that they created for something they're doing but all these databases aren't connected all the data's in different formats but it's unstructured some structure so it's been very difficult in the put that data together into what we would now call knowledge graph so to get all that information into a form where it can be explored in the way the human brain works. So what's the relationship between these proteins molecules and disease pathways in the way that a scientist would think about it so that's where natural language processing is really important so you can use that to understand all that data put it together and form where scientists can much more quickly search. It understand it what. He's trying to find targets for particular disease that he's trying to find a drug for so natural language processing comes in there and that's really important building that knowledge draft one of the really interesting. It's sorta unique things that i found in some recent reading was that astrazeneca for instance is using recommendation models on top of the knowledge graph to try to even speed that targets. Scott maria more so you. Now you have the knowledge graph. You have a recommendation model. That can go into that knowledge graph and try to find targets itself and sort of in essence do the net flicks for the side. Also arguments that you might wanna look at because we know that you're looking for these kinds of things and this. This is the pathway that you're looking for maybe you should look at these so that can then give another layer of automation before the scientists needs to start getting into bed in vitro yup. Yes opposed to just sort of starting top to bottom all right. Hey here's everything related to this molecule and this disease pathway or whatever the case may be let's start reading you know instead of doing funds for ten years exactly easily so he's concerned that two years into six months or three months or three weeks and that process repeats itself again again and again. So you're really trying to take that initial stage from kind of in vitro and silica. And how far can you get in so ago before you eventually obviously will have to go into the actual. The animal trials human trials. Yep how far can we get. How much can we speed up. Those first missteps and those first natural looking around in the dark. How much can we speed that up so that we can have a much higher success rate and get there quicker it will talk about. Nlp you know. There's so many types of data. That i suppose come to mind here. We think about what's been published in medical journals and findings about this disease or this treatment or this dragen side effects or what have you. There's also a clinical data from physicians organizations are or hospitals. Or what have you about. Records of treatment for different kinds of diseases All kinds of ways to tap into that. What's the plethora of information that you're sort of referring to here when you when it comes at real opportunity for for nlp my missing any big categories. We want to talk about. I mean you know. There's there's conference. Data was the pubmed sort of papers. Data there's data. That's locked inside each ours. Unstructured data that's locked inside. Hr's there's obviously tremendous amount of chemical data data out molecules and cells. There's digital note data that exist inside before you could almost just keep going so yes so you really can't underestimated and then when you get into sort of biotech and Nomex now you wanna use genomic data you know the sal is twenty thousand dimensional object. You get into the numbers in the trillions really really quickly so the data's almost unfathomably large and previously. You know what the problem was is using the technology that was available at the time you can come up against a wall where it's just too big calculated the images too big or there's too much data or too slow because there's so much data there's too many variables model so that's really where this sort of next generation of a specific solution solutions hardware and software solutions being developed to address ask specific workloads across all vary series of computer vision. Nlp recommendation. That's where we're going to unlock a tremendous amount of value hidden inside all this data. And when you think about some of the advances that have gotten us here clearly you folks are sort of working at the cutting edge of the tech itself. Not necessarily even just you know a new interface or slightly better algorithm for this. You folks are sort of leaning into where this this technology is going. What are some of the core advances from the perspective technology. That have allowed us to now do so much more than you know. Even five years ago never mind ten years ago. So there's been this evolution in the chip and i mean i guess you do have to go back and sort of understand. Moore's law so there's this idea called moore's law that started maybe thirty years ago that you know this is why he wanted a new laptop every two years because every couple of years that ships got twice as fast and you wanted the new thing. Well that sort of really slowed down to almost to stop over the last decade and there are some other things like denard's law have to do with energy but we don't wanna get too far into that is the traditional chips are not up to doing a specific clerk code so wanna do now and the way these models are growing so you know however many years ago you had the is it a cat or is it not a cat. The this this computer can tell whether this cat this picture not well. Now you're up to one hundred. Fifty billion variables two hundred billion variables in a in an an alfie model. So one of the things that needed to be addresses into fundamentally new hardware fundamentally new ship that can is up to being able to look at a true high resolution image on a single chip as opposed to it. We'll talk about this later. But artery back together look at this sort of endless amount variables to refine making an you montemar accurate so in kennels work with sparse data so it's addressing that and then also making it easier to use you're not every organization has hundred data. Scientists are hundred. I and specialists and have to worry about how much memory day mia what does my cash look like and how many you know what's way entered into how many sockets all these things so what we tried to do was not just address hardware shoe and and that's a hard thing and you really need to have the chops to do that. Which luckily we do but also make it so you can roll it all under the floor and plug in. Start running out rhythms. Yeah so the ease of use. Certainly a barrier to entry in every sector life sciences being being no exception so a little bit of improvements in the of use and then also just in the nature of compute the ability to tackle these astronomically larger. I like your stat about a sale. I've never heard anybody mention that but heard. I'm pretty sure it's droop is very smart scientists. Say dog on webinar on youtube. But it's a ninety nine. It's good got we talk about democratizing. Yeah yeah and you know. It's kind of easy to say that. But but how are you going to really do it and the way to really do it is to make it so that you have a solution in models across these areas. If you're going to do recommendations you're probably using the dealer at model if you're doing stopped computer vision. It is a unit model. You know there's bert large. If you're doing an alpay so if we can make it possible to sort of just bring your data bring it into the model and start training. What you need to be training. Do what you're doing here. That can really jump. Start a efforts for these organizations as speeding up that i guess off the starting blocks time in. Guess that'll spin us into the next use case here on the list to explore which is telehealth Chatting a little bit before the mics were on around how this was something on on. Maybe there three to five year road map and then it was on their next week. Roadmap you know when cove this is not going away. This is clearly a gargantuan shift in terms of percent of service done through telehealth and there's zero percent chance of a sliding all the way back to where we were so talk a little bit about how critical that processes i think people think bill telehealth. Okay you mean just having a meeting with my doctor. So i'm gonna have. I'm gonna book my time. And i'm just going to be on the phone instead of showing up the person there's more moving parts talk a bit about the process so we'll talk about the fit. Yes so you put that pretty really well. There is a hot board of the process so the first part that health has always been pretty bad at is sort of the doctor patient directory. A doctor directory matching the patient with the doctor. So patient might have a pain in their size. How did they get from. I have a pain in my side. And i don't just want to go to the hospital or go to the doctor. How did they get from there to be matched with the right doctor to schedule. You know so. There's a symptom checker at there. And that's symptom checker is basically running off a large knowledge graph and then making recommendations. So you're putting it all your symptoms and is saying it sounds like it's this therefore you need a gastroenterologist so now we're gonna look at the gastroenterologist now we're gonna get into all these you might think you know mundane details about where do you live. And when are they open and do they take your insurance and all that and then. What's their schedule. Do they really have an appointment next. Say there is a massive issue around people showing up the doctor We don't really take that. Well says the website that you did not taking new patients says on the website is just like the classics tiki gunky bothersome issue. Isn't it bill. I mean this is somebody at the front desk all day long like well. Let me check if we take that. Okay let me see dr stevens. Oh that's lunch. i don't yeah on that day. it's not. It's like endless so being able to do that matching it. Feels like we gotta get our data house in order. If that's gonna happen. Yeah and and that's before you get into an actual virtual appointment monitoring patient. You know medication. Adherence virtually it's being used in virtual. Clinical trials are using you know basic. You know i'm gonna take video of myself taking my pulse monitoring the patient then. There's a lot of remote patient. Monitoring advances going on now. So there's there's a hundred startups in the remote patient monitoring space. That are whatever it is that needs to be measured on that patient. They're taking all that data through an iot. Device usually glued to and bring all that data to bear in the wendy's. The doctor need to be alerted. When did that person needed alert. So all these phases of actual sort of virtual care and there's a big movement to around taking more intense care into the home so this is not necessarily critical telehealth. But when do i actually need to get a medical professional into that home. So what kind of data do. I need to make sure that happens when it happened. So in essence. You're you're moving. These things that traditionally had this very clear serve. I don't feel that bad. Go get some dayquil. Feel pretty bad. I'm going to call the doctor go in. I feel really bad. I'm going to ask now. There's all these steps in between and you have all these different treating the urgent. Obviously everyone almost. Now it's been urgent care. So the urgent care alternative. You have walmart does primary care you have you know. Amazon has an online pharmacies. Sue all these different ways to interact with the healthcare ecosystem now and all that decision making a lot of that interaction is done virtually through chat bots and virtual assistance and all that all runs on. Yet this is really doubling down this idea of recommendation. You talked about dr matching okay. Here's the kind of person i am. Here's where i live. Here's maybe my health history. Here's what i'm telling my symptoms are. Here's the doctor. That best fits that within a reasonable time bounded horizon for whatever times i have available or something. So there's there's a matching problem there that that. Ai can clearly help with when you talk about remote patient monitoring or even virtual assistance which you just mentioned where else does recommendation helped to level up the virtual patient kind of experience. Here whenever you're if you think about sort of clinical decision support whenever you're at basically helping to make a patient or provider help them make a decision or you wanna do is sort of narrow down the field and say looks like you have these three choices or looks like it could be one of these three things. Those are the wrong three things you know. We're in a lot of trouble and what we talk about at the recommendation. Mas and wet. Accuracy is so important is a lot of recommendation miles and pass. When people think about this they think about either net flicks or amazon. You know oh you bought these three sweaters. You might like this sweater or you to these three movies. You might not disciplined by recommend movie you know like i never watched that right. Never buy that sweater. That's no big not a big deal at all but if it's wrong in the healthcare area antibiotic really hard. Would it be able to make sure that we can use all the data that we can make these recommendation miles as as accurate in smart as possible so that we can start extending the reach of where they go again taking that automated part farther so that it experienced actual healthcare providers nurses doctors the other healthcare providers that they can use their energy where it's really needed and they sort of more run of the mill or daily ins can be handled. They have to be handled right early. Because this is an area and you know in that that is an obstacle to adoption no doubt and we constantly sort of circle back to this team as to what's going to what's going to tip the scales there so solid interesting thing last week some scientists. I wanna say in australia. But i'm not sure it came out with an essence inexplainable. A i or breast cancer diagnosis. And what it is is it basically creates a heat map of the image that the i was reading so you can actually understand pixel by pixel what the a in essence was thinking. Yeah yeah yeah. A huge obstacle to adoption is. Nobody will say you know we have. This diagnosis is made it. But i can't tell you how it made it just it. That's again okay. With the sweater and the movie. Not okay with a serious diagnosis. So were tackling that. It's when bill issue. So in that instance the more high resolution more data we can use in that decision making and the more we can make that decision making transparent will be able to move deeper into that process. Yeah and in europe the belief that even the virtual assistant serve aspect of things might also be leveled up with recommendations in other words. If i'm chatting with whatever it is mayo clinic or the hospital streeter. Whoever about you know what i'm experiencing maybe symptoms. That may even there. There could be recommendations about went to really prompt somebody to come in versus when to them more questions so there could be recommendations around you know things that they could do at home to feel better or something are where are you managing recommendations in in the the virtual assistant part of this mix. Yes so you know where the research is going that there's always been clinical decision support. So there's always minnesota some basic tools. That could be used that you know you think of in terms of the doctor using them have a patient. And he's on the extra medications. I need to prescribe a medication. fourth medication. for a new thing you know what are the drug interactions. What's the best thing that i can prescribe this patient. The new research is around with their colleague. Health recommendation systems. Which are you know. Can a machine learning application really help. Dr think about the right sort of pathway for treatment. What that episode of care should look like. What's the best total picture for this patient. So if i'm going to interact virtually with the health system. Three o'clock in the morning. Because i'm having some kind of pain. You know the better job that that system can do. Based on how much data it's feeding off of how much data it can tap into about that patient as well as how many millions of data points around that conditioner that symptom that can tap into here that can be important part of making that interaction more meaningful as opposed to just a default to use your go. The emergency were right now. Yeah yup okay. So there's there's a level up in terms of granularity specificity personalization that that whole experience could have. Okay yeah and i guess the spins us into your starting to lean into computer vision here with your your mention of breast cancer. We can go into computer. Vision that Use that you and i have chatted about is around a diabetic retinopathy. A which people who are not in this sector may want a quick definition of. But i think it's a a nice representative use case of the potential for computer vision to do good for for patients and for doctors. Maybe walk us through what that is. How the process works now in again. We'll we'll get into the portion as well so dot diabetic retinopathy as an example. That's being used quite a while. Discussions of computer vision and interestingly. They're finding that you can see a whole lot more than they ever thought was possible. So you can get a diagnosis from a noninvasive really fast. Easy way of diagnosing. Which is is looking at a human eye and when these enrichment countries we think i'm just gonna go to you know a retinal specialist. Who specializes in. This is going to do this or she is going to do this. And that's what i want. But in many many countries there's massive shortages of logistics and. This is really a theme that goes beyond this concerts to sort of macro trends one that there's going to be a shortage of ten million doctors nurses midwives in the world by twenty thirty. Which isn't that far away. And i think it's by twenty fifty one in every four people in america europe's going be sixty five when you start to have some of these issues so if you can have an effective diagnostic based on really high-resolution computer vision that allows maybe millions of people around the world have this screening and find out this information earlier as opposed to just simply not having it because the demolish are not there do it. You know that's a huge difference in. It's not just a you know making it slightly better it say having it or not with. They're finding now is that they can understand a lot more than that from looking in the eye and the starting to be able to determine you know is it male or female which they always thought was like an impossible thing. Wow interesting you start to see that at that so the higher resolution that we can have in computer vision and one of the biggest problems in computer vision to think about it is that some of the images are are so high resolution. We said before where this stuff started was you know. Is it a cat or is it not a cat. Can't you don't need to sophisticated although you'd be surprised how how. Many variables are in that model. But when you start to get into you know earlier detection of a tumor or something like that and you want to look at a really high resolution is currently because of the limitations of the chips you have to do and we won't go too far there's a patching tiling and bounding slot of and you have to down sample the image so that it so that you can look at it so there's a lot of things that have to be manipulated and take him apart because the chip can't handle all that resolution on one ship. Well now you know for instance what we do on our technology to do that. So you can look at an entire high resumes all at once without down sampling it patching it or tiling having your path thousands founded and all those things that's going to really be able to advance what what we can do there. Yeah i guess the hypothesis here would be the we figured out how to an mri or an x ray of the chest. For example we figured out how to take all the slices and do something with it than if we could take the entirety of the image. Maybe there's entirely new models deeper levels of granularity better context across the the the whole that might cokes out those patterns. That are faster. You get us the result. We're looking for this. I guess what the hope is if we can have better chips that we can do that. Job better right. Yeah i mean if you're thinking about looking at three d. image of a tumor or something like that or you know being able to find you know detect something earlier so obviously we want you know. The whole idea of neural network is that it works like the brain so we want those no net worth to be able to see the way that you know certainly when a doctor looks in an image. He's looking at the whole image. So we want the. I be able to do that the same way. And i guess you mentioned the example of retinopathy images of the i who some really interesting stuff opposite visiting mit. I don't know if it was six or seven years ago looking at basically using mobile phones for for some retinal scanning stuff. Of course things are getting astronomically more sophisticated now in terms of even just mobile diagnostics. Never mind all the stuff that we could do enough acidity but you brought up really curious point about how we can learn more from those images than we even thought you know we can. We can potentially term gender Potentially determine whatever other factors are now unlocking themselves. I guess it makes you wonder. And maybe this is part of why you folks have focused their with your technology if we can analyze the entirety of image. How much more is there to unlock. What other things that. We didn't know we could find causality or correlation or have you might be able to be untangled reliably and consistently if we could dig in deeper. Maybe this is part of the promise of feels like yes so again. This is even actually bigger than this. So so this get into this idea of software to point out so were in this model of. I'm gonna tell if you think about computers. Tell the computer what to look for in this image. And that's going to tell me lead me to a diagnosis. But you can think about it. Also in terms of nlp or recommend ereck mineral. I'm going to tell the model if this in this in this in this. Our present than the person wants this thing. Or i'm gonna draw the correlations. And then i'm gonna tell the model to go look for those karla. Were moving to now is. We're going to let the data tell us but the correlations and hopefully the causes are so we don't have to limit the information that we're getting from the data information that we're getting from the knowledge graph the information that we're getting from the image to only what we think leads us to that diagnosis or that recommendation. We're going to actually be able to use all that data and what the date of lead us and say here's something you might not thought of. But his definitely there here something counterintuitive. That's in the data that is a revelation or isn't insight. So that's really. Wear this being able to unlock this. Next generation of technology comes in is to move from that model of. You're still directing all the activity to where he can actually allow the data to tell you some things that you didn't know. Yeah you can ask for a category of insights or look for discover a pattern without again pinpointing this precise thing these precise secure. And there's there's a bit of work there now. This dynamic you talk about. I forget when i read about it some look at i think it was malignant and benign tumors. I forget where what body location but looking a massive corpus of these and then essentially discerning. What has the human body of knowledge kind of coaxed out as the correlations in real differences early stage mid stage. Whatever of whether this is cancer and being kind of taken itemize that listed that humans have discerned really feel clear and then running machine learning on top of it in basically asked the question. Okay what were the emergent patterns between the ones that were this condition this condition and finding maybe two or three additional thing some things humans are already found but but maybe whole additional patterns. Maybe not all of them are tremendously promising. But maybe a couple of them are breakthrough level promising. And it feels like if we could do that. In every part of medicine. That could really unlock a lot was sure individual doctor say for instance dermatologists in dermatology is one of the areas. Were computer vision. Is taking definitely first ophthalmology dermatology. He's only going to see she's only going to see a certain number of these things in their correct time. Yeah nigga you'll be using references and things like that but if you can load a couple of hundred thousand. These weren't these. Were you know as at corpus of of knowledge that corpus of images grows. You know that could be a tremendous again similar. Not the you know. Maybe i can go for a screening. I don't need to get a appointment with the doctor. Maybe i can be much less expensive much faster. Just sort of body picture and then if one or two things paintings then i can go to the doctor and they can do that review so i think that most of these things. We talked about how sizes. There's going to be a human in the loop for a long walk for sure for sure. I think most people want that and it's advisable but the problem that we have is there's a shortage of this expertise and we have an aging population. We have population getting sicker. So we have a lot of dr burnell from trying to use some of the technology that has been brought into madison. Maybe not well thought out so if we can east of the you know if you think about again i an eighty ability to understand language so there's companies doing you know basically arguing for my doctor's appointment and it records the whole thing and turns it into a transient and it can tell which parts of if you is it down so kid at soccer practice sunday. Great he's killing it elliott's good. I saw your daughter tennis practice. It was in knows it. That's not important. Yeah anything yeah. But then we started talking about with the substantive and can pull that out and it can do a summary that can be placed into an hr. The doctrines said a spending ten minutes. Working on the ten minute visit. He had maybe just a minute revealing that what the help he created before he pushes the button it goes into the hr. So if you multiply that by twenty visits a day you're starting to talk about a completely different experience for that physician who can now focus on the patient and not really gonna get this outta here. Because now i gotta. I gotta do all this piping us all this stop that i don't like to do yet. None of them like to do it. That's for sure and finding the juncture of the workflows with his tech and make its progress as you're well aware is really the hard work and you guys are hard at work doing exactly that but fortunately we've been able to paint a really nice broad picture of where some of those opportunities are augmented these experts on. Hopefully this is useful for the listeners. Bill i appreciate you being able to join us for the show. Thanks so much for your time. No great you having me anytime. Always happy talk about this. 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Maureen From Quarantine- Special Guest Interview - Writer- Professor- Daniel Gleason

Maureen From Quarantine

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Maureen From Quarantine- Special Guest Interview - Writer- Professor- Daniel Gleason

"Marine corps and tea serving the universe. Hello hello hello world. This is maureen from quarantine and today Guest is professor and writer daniel gleason and he is definitely a part of the solution in the world. Both obviously being there on the front lines as a professor. I think all teachers be at university and Across the board are really just it just as we know it just takes one good teacher and can be life changing so and really encouraging among other things and so i think we can all look back and say well. I'm glad i had that particular professor that particular teacher and so indeed out there making a difference. oh only wrote a comedy along with his writing partner and his partner is a track record. Which includes richard pryor starring in his film and so we'll chat a bit about Clint eastwood and his work. Clint eastwood and one of my all time. Favorite writers. mr pat conroy. Pat conroy road the prince of tides. Which is again one of my favorite Just a beautiful beautiful book and if you have not read that that's highly recommended. And the great santini among others and so much great work out. There we talk about. John fonte beautiful book about los angeles los angeles give me some of you and just beautiful writers out there and we talk about great classic movies and it's just a very healing. Actually i find the arts and especially writing. Writing can be a great tool for us here in quarantine in all ways and The great Screen plays and what that entails. And we'll get in depth with regard to writing movies and writing books and poetry and so on and and writing poetry or not and music and the musicality of poetry and how to can go hand-in-hand when we think of lyrics and poetry but I will save the rest for our chat. So let's jump in a welcome. Welcome welcome professor. Daniel gleason yes. In answer to the question i am in a they. Call it the t. o. Area thousand oaks. Which doesn't you're you're right. I lived in ventura for four years. And you're you live right next door to my niece in beautiful beautiful area. It's not quite as warm is where you're at but it's close enough. Yeah go wanna go. Outside and roller skater or anything. No roller skating allowed. So i know not now but i i might go bike riding later and you know depending on because it's always ten degrees a little cooler at the beach. Yeah oh yeah always cool were to be little hop skip and a jump right over the hill. They're to zuma beach. So i made up to go up to ensure and just sit in your car. I could just nice up there okay. Now wayne's like the channel islands and that lived across from them. And i can remember two guys grumbling about the in july and it was up to seventy eight degrees yesterday and i said you guys need to quit grant wine and quits golden in the summer in orlando florida. Who i've spent time in florida and you know speaking of those cool little places with the boats and the you know the harbors and whatnot. You'll appreciate this. I'll just read a snippet of it because you're the writer which is such a great part of the solution in the world. Here it's all about maureen from quarantine all about living in the solution and the answer and You know obviously you're there. You're essential a professor. So thank you again for your service here and truly important in the quarantine of art. I don't consider it a service. Because i'm getting ready for the money. I'm in the money. You like writing writing like the right right right. I mean. I mean it for the money. But i'd do it for nothing. Yeah i know. I just read this beautiful passage. I'll read it because it's reminiscent of what you spoke of regarding the butler and the water in the ocean and it's mostly i love the soft collision here of the harbor and shore the suddenly haunting briny quality that all small towns have when they are situated on the see it is often manifested simply in the sounds of the place. Don't you love that. Sounds on old right in the. Yeah i love that to the stranger. These sounds might appear distracting but as fussy easily distracted person who has written three large books within earshot of these sounds i can affirm that they do not annoy at all as william styron. Don't we love him go. Yeah yeah he was in kane to one of my classes once no are you. William price fought how we price fox new. Everybody knows styron at all you just there at the class and talk laughed and he and fox went somewhere and drink beer but Bill fox knew everybody. We in price fox was a is an unsung writer to a lot of people. I had him and i had kurt vonnegut in fox was probably a little better teacher. And just as good a writer descriptively a better writer but not quite as well known but but he just was genius and fantastic man and Responsible for a lot of people getting published because of his a great ability to teach but he brought a lot of people that he knew to class. And i mean tons of them. We're friends his guy that wrote trying to think of his name. The guy that wrote the movie and did the narration for the movie. Christmas story gina. Oh lesson was truly funny just as funny as he was with that with that movie. You surely seen that movie classic. Isn't it interesting. That the comedy and i find oct- into that there is underneath all that comedy that intense seriousness. Well william styron himself suffered from. Depression wrote the book. I think on darkness and much of it stems from that place. You know the comedy and you go to comedy yes. Yeah you're talking about my screenplay. Yeah with drama. And it. I mean i don't mean to sound like i'm pumping myself up a brash. Learned my co writer. William bradshaw and i just funny people how we attack life. I don't mean that. Were stand up comics but we approach to life with humor bent and and so the story had to have. We didn't mean it to be a comedy but it has it's funny and it's also a serious plot but if you couldn't if you if you if you if you didn't lie there was line in a in a book and then a movie called bang the drum slowly. What's his name robert deniro. Young robert deniro played. Who's dying and when they found out he was dying somebody in the locker room. Some ballplayer says cadiz s. So said it makes you wanna cry and this other guy. Older guy sit. Noises is so sad. It makes you wanna laugh. And i got it exactly. There's that beautiful A book it's called. I'm oh it's a play laughing. Wild i and based on palm i am laughing wild amidst severest. Whoa that's it. I mean if you if you it's it's a you find out that you know. I've noticed not necessarily research. We just noticed that a lot of really great. Comedians are from horrible horrible family backgrounds where their parents were who is. Oh who was it that had show with all the variety show the comedy character. Carol burnett in her parents raging alcoholics and jet very unhappy horrible childhood and became a comedian. Which runner was raised by his grandmother in a brothel right. And he's in the movie that you you work in a brash lizzy with writing partner a bingo long traveling all stars and motor kings. And what richard. Pryor talk about brilliant comics. Yes and too many problems that you know he was supposed to be play the sheriff in blazing saddles but he was to undependable. They said we can't count on boozed up for or mainly on drugs and but he did read and write that script and he was supposed to play. Depart the cleveland little. Are you familiar with the movie blazing saddles. Oh yes classic. And and so he was supposed to play that. Sheriff bart black bart and but when when bressler was they made him a sort of a consultant script consultant or the movie he was on the set and he said richard pryor came up to him he said he. He was only about half token and he looked at brashly. Said you got your money white boy. Now go home. Yeah and he laughed. But he said i don't i don't know if he was kidding or not. You know signed bother me. 'cause i got my money going home. What do they say. Chew joke right. Yeah well those comics you know. And i had a chance to write a lot of humor pieces when i was doing magazine stuff and so a lot of my nonfiction was probably fiction. Because it was humor pieces that i got to ride for nonfiction kind of magazines. Even even sports things like golf magazine. Golf digest and sport. Say i had fictional stories. That were if you didn't you enter you in did you interview Clear to i especially with his magazine called millionaire magazine which I would say editor in chief of the magazine and it was owned by. It's that's raunchy. That's a that's a cheesy title millionaire. God put your finger down your throat but the guy that owned it was a con man in a crook. The ended up stealing stealing us all blind. He's dead now. So i can say to me but i don't yeah they do. Do they. had a good magazine got a good cat crew and everything. But i did all the he wanted only famous people on the cover so i got the paul newman at his house and i got interview. Sylvia ran and lifestyle. She was best interview. Probably the best. You ever had clint eastwood now. What was it like working with clint. Well he was a very. He's a very shy person. Where i live i think near ventura a little bit for now. He wasn't monterey. But i think he's moved He's very very hard. Seen that that movie voice that he has at gruff movie boys get outta here. Potty on he doesn't talk like that oh he's any reads poetry and he plays classical jazz piano. He did the soundtrack to for grand jury. Now he gives the and for other he did good on-track. He's very good with the music in carnegie. They let him be in carnegie hall. They let him play one song. It was actually. Clint eastwood brings all these other people. Carnegie hall jazz pianist and What he wanted to be originally and then he he. His plane crashed in using air. Force in a plane crashed in the sea in the end his day and it was around been torah and he had been to monterey in. The end is stay there for several months to go to the delayed this hearing with the pilot to see what they're trying to blame the pilot rather than the plane and he's liked it there and he was going to school at l. a. in l. e. city college and decided to take an acting class. And that was that was ed. He was a started out as a seventy five dollar a week contract player for I can't remember warner brothers. I think one of the old school ones. You're right and i think for the longest time. Nobody wanted anything to do with him. And so over to europe and the the old spaghetti westerns xactly and he got to that through television. He played rowdy. Yates in the serial wagon train. I think it was called and that was pretty popular so they had a made it happen. They had a hiatus from filming for like six months and he they asked somebody asked him. Says you wanna you ever been the lino or wherever. They were filming spain or italy. I can't remember where the actually feigned films but he he took part and it wasn't for much money but i'll sudden a fistful of dollars took off and he had those three. And then that's how you got the dirty harry parts. And that's how he became a director and that's why he's got about seventy billion dollars market right now probably yes and then of course everyone fell in love with them and rightly so i just love the indies that he does these days and just really just as they stand for. You know that sense of the solution in the world and just you can sense that humanity. Did you pick that up from him as well. You did it once. I got him talking in our common ground was golf. He played a lot of golf and he knows he knew. I played a lot of golf. We start talking about and then he kind of opened up but he was a hard hard interview because he because you got open shy people. There are people that I once interview the deliverance poet. What's his name. Tell me oh. let's see the. Oh the poet yet. Deliverance wrote the book deliverance do. Oh let's see deliverance. Who's a bad bad awful mean drinker. So many of them are The the writers and the artist you know with the alcohol and and was james dickey and james dickey was. I went to his house. And i got the interview. He was in. He was writer in residence with University of south carolina and and And bill fox was my old teacher. Fox was with writer in residence in dickey was poet in residence. Anyway i set up to interview. I went to his house. Ten o'clock in the morning already plastered. I didn't have to talk. He did all the talking. And so i mean which was good. He's leaving you material. You don't have to pull it out of him so i'm out in his walking leaving after the interview. I'm walking in his driveway and he comes out behind me and i see him. He says excuse me he says but i want you to find a way to say in your article that i am. The greatest living american poet and i was waiting for the right. He didn't laugh. So you know how i handle. It quoted him asking me. Your fox said he probably didn't care as long as it was said. Isn't that interesting. I just looked at it in one thousand nine hundred seventy two. I guess when they made that movie it was two million dollars which today right yeah gang. Who classic that that movie and he had just so much of a poet poet. No feet show at their longfellow. That's that's about it a longfellow. That's an old joke. But no but what i realized is how much i love. Music lyrics poetry advice. People that write poetry. I got a buddy that's written a couple of books. That was does a poetry books. I said that was he featured your your poem. You wanna make money at this. I said set it to music and sell it. Rule buzek lyrics and poetry thing right. Yes so one is commercial in one one no longer is or probably has been for fifty years Do you play music. When you're writing or can't play can't play any. I can't play any musical instrument. Your mother good. My mom was here. My mother was a sing. My mother was everything. She was a basketball star high school basketball. All city chicago basketball guard. She was a walsum ribbons for diving and Swimming and could play the trumpet. And all that and i got some athletic talent. But i didn't get the music stuff. I tried to play the cornet. But i gave it up. I quit because i wanted to play dixieland jazz. I'm finally. I learned the whole notes and half notes. That's fine now where you are the you both parents and did you come from ireland or no. They did my all my family did. But my my dad's people were leeson's my mother's knees and and her last name was patrick. So they're all german jumped a fence somewhere in there. We do too. Oh yeah the german in there. I think grandmother yes. My mother's mother bernie author irish sneaky. Yeah my my one. Grandmother was was german in scared of her very nice but she was gruff germanic in that sense. And do you read any of gross. No i don't it right or the tin drum and red is not on my think. Because if you're a writer when you're going to read why do you want you pick up a book and say you know what i i need to be writing this down and then you don't read as much as you did like when your college stuff. We're we're where did you grow up. I grew up a little bit in new york and in florida and now i'm pretty much growing up here in florida every day. I still feel somewhat. do we ever really grow up. I always say let's never really grow up as long as we're responsible and i taught my daughter that as well let's you can be a kid again as long as you're responsible and and you know then you go out and i think even as a writer and an artist we bring that childlike quality and all our work whether we grew up in florida new york the essence of who. We are right to our work. Do you find that you right somewhat from like a autobiographical work law. Even when you write somebody. I feel like even every character you have small. I don't think you should ever have contempt for any character because if you do it will. They will end up. Being flat and one-sided you have to find a vonnegut told me said if you ever write about hitler if you ever have to write about. Hitler have a scene where he hugs his dog. I'd heard that that's right dog and you know and i got what he was saying. You never have every character if you look at giant. John steinbeck all of his characters. Even the worst ones are pretty likable. What was what was he was witty and kind of. I think tortured private late mainly because he was. He went wacko when he was at a slaughterhouse when when he was a prisoner of war and the and the americans firebombed dresden and he came out and all these hundred thousand people were dead and that's just affected him in world war two and then he cracked up once and when he wrote the book slaughterhouse five. Read it but this is characters character. Bulimia me out of it you see. I forgot about that. They did this character. Billy program gets comes unstuck in time. So he keeps traveling around in time and it's all metaphorical about thinking back. Because the tre tre foul medallions the people that put him in a zoo that our time to teach him how to time travel. They tell them so. You know if you're gonna go visit places. Why don't you go visit happy places. So what he's saying is why. Think about bad things you know. I think it was all metaphorical. That whole that. Whole book about that or at least that that part of it about trout salvadorians screening time travel. But he was a very smart guy and he was running was a really good teacher and he was. He would really if he didn't like your dialogue. You've read it real high pitched and everything so you gotta cross pretty good. Everybody liked him and he just. He was very helpful to people. He helped me. I had to sneak in his class. I was in the writer's program. When i first got in his class. I was an undergraduate school And i snuck in and he said well. You're not supposed to be you know said well. No but i'm just auditing. He said we'll try me next term. We got we. Don't even have cheers. Stole a chair from another classroom the next day and brought it in class. I said yeah i said. Don't you remember me from last week. He's it oh yeah so about six weeks seven weeks later. Whatever i seem union sending their chain smoking and he's me sit down he said. Did you write that story about those three boys at la bonne said yes as me. He's like that story lodhi said Said sit down and so we were talking to you said you weren't. You really aren't supposed to be in my class. Are united said no. He said i knew that he used to be my let. You stay and i said why. And he said. I figured you had moxy moxy is nice. Is that when you steal a chair from another classroom. Exactly that's great. Yeah and it sounds like he's a humanitarian too. I think even alice alice walker said. I don't think a bad person can write a good book. You know i find. The best of a monroe is humanitarian. Bring that to the work. You had james dickey mark accepts. I assume i just met him that one so yeah probably he probably was a good person. I mean per a bit. The thing is i think where you're coming from their marinas. They gotta have. You gotta be compassionate and especially something like Comedy you know it comes from a place you can sense the love and even with the the actors and the directors to that underneath all us you pick up on even when don rickles was yelling we pick from him. don't we and get away with a lot of comedians. Try to copy that now. You can get away with it because he just don't have that thing they can inspire us. Like my guy pat conroy pat conway several times i yeah. Fox's to he was he was a good smart very inland using very intellectual. But but but a good solid guy and drank beer and yeah yeah this bookstore. We'd hang out at this bookstore called the old new york bookshop in. I don't know if it's still there. It is atlanta georgia. Anybody's ever there. And i know where all the great bookstores these days online on amazon. It's a shame. York bookstore will have fun and you guys would hang out there. Your sir beers no. I think we just brought her own game. I'm trying to remember that guy that owned a bookstore. Ciller something heating pad conroy. Came in conroy's dad was in there once The one that was the subject for the fighter pilot in that he didn't get along. And you never got along with teeny. Yeah it was bragging about me about the great santini genuine in atlanta lived in atlanta. I don't know he could have lived in atlanta but palace in their life. And i i saw him a few times in do for South carolina which is where he he grew up. Mostly his dad's in the air force but his dad was stationed somewhere over there. Whatever air force base. It was over there by buford. I think that was the last place their station so he stayed in beaufort mile and his beautiful dialogue. I just his his dialogue haunts me. His line alone of the opening of prince of tides. Oh it makes you just want to shake his hand and it. The opening line of a i am haunted by waters may isn't that he's just and you said heart and soul of the young boy and all the tragedy. He suffered through in that he. He grew to be humanitarian. And like you said whether he was having a beer or two or a you you get you get him and his heart and soul. My pretty down to earth guy even was intellectual. We forget funny. Didn't hold it against him. So yeah buford. If you ever been to beaufort. I have not. What's that like. Oh it's a southern town ocala. I remember taking some not took a bunch of writers there once magazine. I had for publicity kind of thing and we got a head of the chamber of commerce chamber of commerce. Gave us a tour because it's very historic. You know say a lot of stuff from world war civil war the ooh the big chill was filmed there and that great pounds and classic so this woman gave us a tour kept referring to the civil war as the war of northern aggression. It was always award northern progression. We're loud but she was serious. That's what she called it and renna mine. Who actually was the agent. That sold bachelor's book to the movies was the producer for the big chill marsha. Nassar is now in her nineties. He's losing a little but she's still absolutely brilliant woman and was the first producer of first vice president of united artists and she produce iron. We'd with jack. Nicholson oh yeah oh. She had a lot of big big hits and Wasn't it that alcoholism young caskey based on you know. You did the hollywood based on his book hollywood. Yeah remember no iron we. Somebody else Less i don't know who. I remember the movie really. Well kaos gay his book. Hollywood right. I love his word to newest guy that wrote john d. Do you remember that movie barfly. Oh that's what it was. Yeah barfly. I think that was bucs games. Yeah i do believe that was and then john fontes were gas the does ask the dust I loved his stuff. And did you see the movie they made of ask. Everybody has fair al- in selma hayek. He had just brilliant and the book alone just his dialogue los angeles give me some of you. Don't you love that man. John fahey he he he wrote after he went blind and still wrote books. He had his wife Do the type of manuscripts and just what he went through in the way he he has that you know relationship that almost like a love hate relationship with los angeles nettie catch. William kennedy wrote iron. We'd was okay. Yeah iron wade. Classic due to to see that one again to read that one yeah and Especially about the tragedy of it all to the you know the alcoholism and the whole thing. But do you find that. A lot of writers are drinkers to what do you think My agent a gave to we're we're in new york and He was showing me whereas my first. Because i was young and he was. He was showing me around greenwich village nervous. Martyrs bar called the lion's head and it's a lot of writers. Hang out there then. Somebody some girl came by a walking to herself to her. you know. And she asked Agent she said his name was knox burger and now he's editor before he said she said. Excuse me. is this this famous bar for riders with drinking problems. And he said no he says. This is a bar for drinkers with writing problems. Beautiful love do go to substances. But oh yeah i know a lot of sober people right real. Well i think triple right. Don't right well when they're they probably drink abc writing. That's a william styron said. Yeah yeah he's just a guy who wrote a fred. Actually frederick actually wrote a book called a fan's notes and he talks about a tortured soul there was towards it so i didn't have him as a teacher teaching hundred miles away from iowa city the year after got out i got a job at a community college and i'd come back to iowa city because i had a girlfriend there come every weekend night. See fox and fox introduced me to to frederick. Actually who first to fred's fred would drink until five in the morning. Then he go home and sleep seven eight hours and you get up and eat right. Classy teach and then he'd start drinking again and he called me at used to call me. When i moved to phoenix. He was in hawaii now. You got about what five hours difference or whatever. Call me drunk at three o'clock in the morning. And i'd like a fool answer the phone i ramble on and hemingway you know. They used to say that. Hemingway drank. But i think anyway drank probably after he got done revising and when he was done writing he went out and seemingly definitely an alcoholic and then he went out and i ain't nobody can write drunk or stoned or they can materials all crap Wounds like there's a couple of things you can't do well when you're drunk one is right and the other one is play golf. That's any yeah. Well i mean it's not it's tragic. Actually by the tragically. Funny yeah there you go exactly now. Do you have a process whereby you know or any kind of some. Writers have a structure where they write a certain amount of pages per day. Did i just. i'm unstructured. I'm a undisciplined. Human being is have been from the day. I was born and i said mornings. Wait a minute. How did you phrase it with. That was beautifully said. You said i scramble scramble scramble but also does don't stop. I mean i'll spend me too. I spend all day doing it. And i don't have any set pattern because of my life right now. I can't. That's right and so it's a very teaching part itself isn't so hard it's degrading. They're time you gotta you gotta come into discipline. There's some writers are very disciplined or everything is organized and they have a structure to it. All and i even There was a time when i would sit down to write. But i had the music. I had the candle. A had the now i heard you mentioned cigarettes. Did you put them down. Or you still marvan writing since one thousand nine hundred ninety one. Yeah i quit too. I know but a lot a yeah. You notice a lot of writers smoking too nervous energy and it calms you congrats on putting down the smokes smoke different day. Funny if you didn't how come you don't smoke everybody. I don't trust the b ever read anything by aj labeling. I'm writing it down. Let's see what he was part of the now circle A a basis. His problem he was he drank and he was glutton i think he ate himself was fantastic and he wrote a lot of short pieces for the new yorker the new yorker is that not favorite a for them and he did some books and he did one about schuwalow. You alongs brother and it is a story about you. Alongs brother called. who along was also the governor louisiana. It's called nothing. But a little piss ant and he just wrote brilliantly and There was some where i was going with this. What they j. labeling in you're talking about smoking and cigarettes and putting addiction and food and labeling was going to say something better about him discipline in that whole thing some comment. But i can't remember what. Oh i know what it was. He said that win win. Hitler went into that munich. Beer hall and order glass of milk. They should have known then that he wasn't to be trusted. Beer not to be trusted. Labeling could write like that so. I wonder if anything is. I've heard that two of you if somebody doesn't like coffee similar essence. Don't trust a person dressed. Mario coffee drinker or somebody said i don't trust anyone live. It was a famous writer. That i don't trust anyone who doesn't like offi drinks. I like both coffee and tea but more coffee you know. Identify with that. And there's that was part of my writing process. Give the coffee or are drink and our music and no more smokes. But you know maybe randall in the thing and set it up and now i realized you know you go through enough In life did she go. Okay i let me just do it. Let me just sit down. And and obviously we. I think you probably know better than i. But i've heard that writers if you can't write anywhere you're really not a writer another words. It's up to us to always have the wherewithal wherever we are doesn't have to be at a particular desk or with a particular snow you know. That's one thing. But i i use. I had had trouble getting used to writing on a computer screen. After i did typewriter and i always wrote on in fact. I had three typewriters. It's nice to get so many magazine piece assignments that i work on one on one typewriter. Leave the paper in it. When i get stuck. I go to the other typewriter. We're on the other article. Love scene keenan a movie suddenly. Yeah there's going to show up somewhere typewriter yet should be. It'll be there somewhere. Guatemala labor came out. And i could see as it was coming out and those old school. Black heavy heavy typewriters. Something cool about those. Yeah like the old underwood's and my grandfather was a telegragh for originally and he could type eighty words a minute with two fingers and without any you never learned that the home but he had been a classy. He ran away from home when he was love. And there's a book about to right. He was eleven when he ran away from home. By the time us fourteen us the fastest calligrapher on the wabash railroad. And because you know kids have kids have been reflexes. That's why a lot of the swimmers. Olympic swimmers are fourteen fifteen sixteen years on june Swimming when you're twenty six or whatever but the good news about writing is with time and age. That experience isn't accurate. You can write at any age eighty yet. Don't get stale. that's good stay fresh and now do you prefer writing on computer or typewriter or i don't have a certain amount of it and what i can't tell is how well it's paced unless i print it out and citerne pull one page off the other so i printed for so many pages i print. I don't print it on my print anymore because it used my so just now you can send it to kinko's and they'll print it and really set afternoon. Are you kidding. I didn't know that now you can. You can email to kinkos okay. Who are they part of their Kinko's fedex you email. They'll give you a code and you'll email it out for you and double spe however you wanted and then they'll have it ready. They'll even if you want it. If you've got an account they'll just delivered to your door wide. How that sounds very hollywood. Doesn't it now. i write online all draft. Do you use final draft. No what are your job. use that i use. Well i write on just a word. Microsoft word i couldn't do that with the screenplay writer duet right right okay. I'll check that two of us. We could both go in any time. Okay that's the other one left off okay. So long good except We were not real versed in a in the Technology part of finding where everything was most of it. And i thought i lost a couple of times i called my was mad. I was arrayed. I said you lost my screenplay in and click menu and then go to portfolio. You've lost my screen title right. Bear scripps oscar winning screenplay age. One been peach one also. Now how did you come upon the a working on your week with my my week. With dillinger right am. It's it's okay to put that out there. What i call. I'd call that a six year story. But i'll try to tell you a six beer. One beer version is. I just had this. I don't know it was actually. I was talking to william price fox once before he passed away and he said you know. I don't know how it tastes his john. Dillinger's love movies you know he used to jump over those vault the partisans at the banks to tell her cages in memory of his movie idol. Who is the old swashbuckler. Douglas fairbanks he said. Oh yeah he was he. Of course he got killed outside of a movie our own movie. We love the movies. Yeah so i got thinking about it and thinking about it. And i also i read that dillinger before he was supposedly killed. I'm saying supposedly because there's still doubt that was him is family. Tried to have him dug up and this was just. i mean. It had nothing to do with me doing that story. But i have it coincided but anyway he had an idea he was going to shoot was get up movie camera and a movie truck and painted all up and go to a bank and tell them they were gonna shoot a bank robbery movie there but he was actually well. We're doing that. He was actually going to rob the bank and that was his whole idea. So i thought what if he did that and then i kept thinking how would i get him into it. And i taught of these two. I came up with the two guys that had would have cameras that he would find. So i had two guys who are doing a movie news in the one thousand nine hundred thirty four. We'll they used to do it at the theaters. They used to have them Before there was television they had newsreel such movies. Y'all news at the newsreels at the movie theaters. So these guys had this company and then the bank. During the depression decided they were going to foreclose on them if they didn't come up with x amount of money and sixty days so that was my that was my reason i started writing that and start writing it as more of a comedy and then and i got brasher involved because i didn't want to do a movie by myself. I say it's too complicated. So i told him my story and we started working. We got good characters and what we decided to do. Was the two movie news guys. Need money so they start. They decide the biggest thing in the country right dan. Besides franklin roosevelt is bank robbers because everybody was and they were all heroes because at the time banks were foreclosing on everybody and so they were killing all these people were heroes and so they decided they'd go to these hick towns indiana towns. That dealer had either robbed or was probably gonna rob and they get people scared and get them on camera and sell it to the movie news and it was working really well except they over blue and they may be a worse guy and he was because he never in history actually ever killed anybody. Believe it or none. That johnny depp thing that public and it was all crap intrusive in there. He never was running around machine gun or anything like that. He was a planner and you prided himself on never killing anybody. They said he killed one guy but we found some research. Braxton i did his gang was in daytona florida when that robbery occurred so he couldn't have done. And so anyway dylan. Jer goes to a movie theater with one of these guys and ceases those real and can't stand it because they're making him out to be a really bad guy and his buddy with him. He says we gotta go kick their ass and he said. And dillinger's smart and he gets he said no. I got a better idea. So he's gonna use these guys but he's going to promise him dangle the possibly he finds them and has him come to a meeting their little scared to meet him because he's mad at him and he tells him he's mad but he he might let them interview him and if they get an interview they're going to be the top of every movie marquee in their world and their things over but it as you have to do with any sorry. Keep making the worst possible things happen. Keep digging people. Randall's throw rocks at your characters and then work down at the end you up at advice out at the end. That's kind of what you gotta do it so we just you know some really good characters and the first version wasn't all that good and we send it to a wonderful gal who i got to know through clint eastwood he was. She was his script analyst for ten years. Removed came in gallium cristina rivera. And she. she soon changes you. Don't have enough dillinger. In here in la la la la seen drags and she really knew what she was doing and so we revised it and it took us six months to revise it and then we got it like we want it now. We just try to. We're trying to get somebody to to read. I suspect great and well. And you've got the great drama two with the comedy writer with the richard dreyfuss out there. We have a global audience. So we go comedy were producers listening reading we are. Yeah exactly you know how you never know how it's supposed to work. I know With the business to. I guess what advice would you give young writers in search of an agent or get a job at a bank and don't cry and do this thing now. Well if my best serious advice to young make sure you're writing because you you love to right then you have to write every morning. Don't don't right because you think it's going to be real name on a book. 'cause you're not gonna make you're going to end up being self published and that's not really being a writer in my estimation i'm sorry for all the people self published but i can take a handful of newspaper down there and say print and put a cover on and say look i'm a writer right. Don't do it unless you don't do it for the wrong reasons. Be well known or because you think it's cool thing to say a cocktail parma writer right because you love the language because you like creating characters nears a lot of things in writing that you can fall in love with some people can create characters really well other people's have problems with that and we will write dialogue really well some people. Don't some people do descriptive steph. Just you've seen it marvelously even in the class that we had a lot of here so good but many people do well then you have to learn to do all that stuff and then you can be a writer but i just other than that i mean just right right and keep your day job as don't don't live in a dream world right and if it's good enough somebody will probably buy it from. Yeah now would you tell your younger. What would you tell your younger self the same thing or some. What would you tell. Well i tell my younger self to write more books. Because i got so much money writing magazine pieces. I've got too easy and the books that i wanted to do. Okay god it. So i did all these magazine. I sold almost thousand magazine pieces. That's allied. oh jesus in yes. I was but it was good money but in it was always there so i was always on. I was getting assignments. I didn't have to push most after a while. They start calling you. And they said we'll do one on this and you get a couple of three magazines. You're always writing for so I tell myself to to take a few more risks. Than i did. But other than that. I i i did it the right way. I got started selling stuff right away and up where you are in arizona. Got hot feet. You got hot seat a. I'm a gypsy okay. Wanderlust my dad used. When i was moving a lot my dad told one of his buddies. He said that the kid jumps rare alec. Puerto rican shortstop okay. The it's about sometimes you just feel like a ramblin on and ours and it adds to your work. I think you can bring that to whatever it is. You're doing as an artist. The traveling it can only make you a better. You know got bored one. Although i lived in i lived in atlanta for a long time but i loved it but but i lived in different places and three years as we gotta move out of this house. Why so we know every room. We've seen the whole thing the yards getting boring. No it's the same yard we look at every day. Let's look at a new yard so we my new house. Now how you doing. How are you faring. In the quarantine the pandemic in terms of not isolation but in terms of vino re probably reinventing your lives and your yourself vaccinated. So i'm out in the warranties me but i stayed in and i was like i might as well i could if i had any old crimes they should isolate just confessed to him because i could have made it in a eight by ten foot cell if they gave me a computer right on liberte my food. You know you didn't thing about prison. You have to go out for your own groceries and the writing as a writer. I mean so. Many great novels have been written in victor hugo again from the mental institution jail. And not that we recommend that right. I felt like it because cathartic the writing in quarantine for people to who are some a lot of people suffering from depression anxiety and it's a great place to go to the writing the written word you watching tv. Yeah now do you write journals or no. Okay yeah right. I'm trying to sell it for the money. Show me the money money. I was two years out of college. I sold my first thing. And i said this. I have to be paid for this. You want some. You know it's like you know you don't call a plumber and say come over and fix my toilet churn when you do it for free right plumber. Yeah 'cause runners. Beginning writers are so anxious for someone to see around people. Pay you for hanging out sell it. Even if it's not much money yeah especially with writing screenplays and hollywood. There's people it gets. It's just a matter of keep going and keep believing at i love. Did you write your memoir or no. You're you writing. Working on a memoir. Go by my family. Thinks i do. And i thought well. Who'd by it. But i got a lot of stories i can tell you couldn't good tell. On the bright stories pat conroy based on her inspired by like trump was inspired by winston groom's novel and so many of them when they're inspirational that way and they come from the place overcoming great odds of the obstacles. I'm rambling on. I know we went over our time. But i wanted to make sure there's some tell you that i. When i was young i was i was on. I was on Kind of cnn of criminal activity not stealing or anything. Like i used to. I used to go before you had to. I want to write this but before they had computer before everybody had credit cards. You could go in. I was real young. You could go to fine hotel. They never asked you for in front and nice and it looked like you came from the airport even though you really park your car up up to the thing and took a cab two blocks and you had some close there and you had a suitcase. But they didn't realize inside. The suitcase was nothing but newspaper to give it weight. All your closer in the car. And he said i'll be staying here five days dating question. You went to the sweet you paid for these signed for everything. Yeah eight defined meals. You bought drinks for everybody in the house and easing up this huge bill but the instead of five days after the day you went got your car. And you're a thousand miles away hotel. And i did that long. That's probably against no. It's not probably what's it was against the law talk. Was it fun because that that. What is the quote egypt. I just read in your. Oh is it about dylan shirt. Listen up and listen good. My philosophy is if a man don't keep his wordy ain't no better in a darn worm right pat. That's a fact. I mean that's the thing about some. That's what i'd like honoring luxuries is. He was from what our research base were. All the reason they got away with robbing those banks they were. They were unbelievably loyal to one another out of jail when risk. I mean they were very loyal to each other. I love at that. And i love the society. Yeah like there's so many great characters and you see the character of john bell. John in game hugo i mean he was trying to give bread. He get bread to the child and youth. Come on and now he's going to prison for and you look at the character of the man. Based on victor hugo's life story that this sense of what people suffer through and and the tragedy and and in a world where. There's really all kinds of crazy. You know what. I mean and all kinds of evil to go back to the love the character and the the sense of also forgiveness and to forgive ourselves as well. You know and i would say better. Better men in the dillinger gang in there were in a recent political administrations character. Honesty trust not to they wouldn't backstab each other. There's a lot of you know. I i love in fact. I wanna do an episode and you'll have to come back to. I wanted an episode on loyalty it so important. You know. there's something to be said for that. And and that sense of knowing who's got your back in a world where you do feel like. Wow i can't believe and i think we add that to our work to the betrayals or the dark side new things. We've walked through what we've had to do you know To move forward and to know you know as i told my daughter to know. I mean they say don't judge but also judge enough to know you know who the you know who who your friends are not always easy in a world where you go. I'll check your and he wanted to take a kid and they said you can only have time to tell them one thing before we think you way kid. Keep your word. Keep your word. Yeah skip your word and you know. Come from the place of two thousand nine self. Be true but you're very right. Keep your word and and it's all about you know staying in the in the place of I like putting out at standing still with i meditate and then going out from there to be of service and going okay. I'm not here getting out of my own way enough to say okay. Get all because we all have in the meditation. I'm able to say gabe rid of the sense of neediness. Or what's in it for me. Which like you said. show me the money. But at the same time to find the wherewithal to remain loyal to remain to ourselves and move for and then that money thing comes in the. Don't ask for money for your heart you are. You're insulting yourself for what she did. You're you're you're putting your yes. It can trash out of what what took you all that you're creating you know yes. You can have your if you make furniture. You can't give it away. You could give away if you want to had a lot of money you could give it away. Say for the poor at your. There's not a lot of respects. I'm sometimes people. Maybe because they're not artists so they don't know you know but like you know and i know with even as a writer or comedy especially i write comedy and and you do as well. There's a sense of people saying oh well tell me a joke. It's as if we said. Hey you know you're an accountant. Here add some numbers for me doesn't work that way very serious business. Lawyer lisa marquardt come to my office. Exactly exactly we'll we'll have to share that too. Hopefully you'll come back to. I know we went way over what we talked about. But i thank you for sharing. Because i know that the world really truly is in a place where so many so many people hurting and and not just the drugs alcohol but again major depression major anxiety and i know you know we could sing the blues but then it becomes. Okay well can. I do to be of service and and to share the comedy. Share the solution. Writing is a great tool and writers writing at least go to a bar and let them put money in that. I just wanted to say that last thing about money is because if you don't you don't think your work is worth anything on the market. Then you're devaluing your work and you're saying yourself. I can't right well enough for somebody to pay me. Just keep writing until you can write well enough and make them give you love that money off. So do you go to the writers guild for the monetary factor in other words. Do you say listen. This is the minimum minimum at the ryder scaled. So do you go do you call upon the union wages as a writer or owned by road in the magazines. The magazines were all. Here's what we okay got it. Yeah and as a screenwriter. Will we'll keep sending the good energy out. We'll have to have you back to. We'll talk more about the arts. All of ed and the great writers. And there's so much in the arch to share again to get back to the creativity and we run. Remind one another to stay in the solution and So grateful for you to and your great energy and your kindness and yes. I'm glad you're being paid to to be of service as a teacher iowa. Say pay the teachers more. Pay the teachers a college then. Pretty good but the people that are in screw the elementary school high school they into actually now on the front line and all these kids they don't get me started on that that's another story where we see the little kids at school with their little six feet distance. Mass and little shields up around there. It's just it's like. Wow you know this You know just the sense of what's going on in the world today and and to send out the beautiful energy all over the world. I was like to say that out loud. because again it's it. Does we have listeners. In in all over the world and I know there's people again that are trapped in scenarios and all ages and so it's good to remember that indeed you know the we can call upon the arts and underneath it all. Is that sense of love. As as we know it's the most powerful thing and that can go out to the kids who are suffering and the kid in us and all the artists and creators everywhere and to you. I'm wishing you great you know success. We'll put the word out again. Now is there Social media where we can contact you or what do you do the facebook thing. Okay god and then we'll add more. And i get with the bio two more of that when i do my intro a bear and so you know dan touch keeps sending me writing and i wear. Thank you climb. Make them pay you. That's really i love that. Okay thank you thank you. Daniel professor made the resolute commission when bill wasted shebek kid as and so special. Thank you to professor. Daniel gleason an to all the teachers professors universally out there again. It takes just one great teacher or one great writer when great movie one. Great work of art that can help change lives in quarantine and always and so. It's a great goto The solution in the world and to my fellow professional writer is out there as we just heard and very very good advice we must get paid. We must ask for the money. We are writers be at screenplay be at nobble be at poetry and as again advice from the pros is. That's what makes us the pro The monetary factor comes into play. So remember your worth my fellow professional writers and sending out as always the beautiful energy here in quarantine and always. This is maureen from quarantine. Remember stay creative and stay in the solution. And where's the answer. It's in the answer. Show me the money still my job. Lean quaranteed serving the universe.

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Ask Mike about that one. Well Listen Hey, you know what? If we don't have payroll we can at least do some plugs as we always do and every single time you come on the show I. Say next time we're going to talk about your music rocky every time I say that. Soldier we never talk about it. Well, WE'RE GONNA start off this time by talking about it. So as a lot of people may or may not be aware you and facts do a lot of work in music and you've got an album out and we played we play the songs on the show. So tell Newt. With the refunding advice theme song and I put out a couple of mix tapes kind of based around you know myself entrenched and then that turned into putting out an album last year. Called sneaky style is available on. spotify Google play wherever you listen to music and I'm working on a new EP that should probably be out in the next month or so. It's almost completed just maybe need one or two more songs and we're GONNA put it out and it's a producer in glass from Australia's makes a great piece of this will be the first time I'm doing an album not actually making beats which is. So so you basically does it work like you. He puts everything together you do the vocals and then he mixes it or or what's the? What's the process here? Yes. So he he'll make the the tracks, and then I'll write the locals and and. You know record them then. This an probably GonNa mix a lot of the stuff myself so So yeah, I mean I'll be probably niche in the final project. I've got a song with. trae Miguel from impact. MC, an another guy can say, Abbey who's really job rapper. From New York and live. He's out knowing Kinda linked up you also. Jada. Carl Anderson's music as well. So. Cool to to work with him. So so how did the wrong thing come about I mean did you volunteer to do that? Is this something they've always been interested in you said, Hey, let me let me maybe make a theme for this or did they suggested or how did this whole thing explode into what it is now? Yeah I mean it was just something that I always want to do and I was living in Mexico and what I want to say like two, thousand, nine or ten or something like that, and there wasn't really any work on on There seemed to be like a crash in the system and just kind of everything. Fell apart with AAA for a little bit. So I started making beats and I just started getting better and better at it, and then I just started writing songs and then. All of a sudden I found myself with the opportunity to to make the pro hooligans music so that I did that first and then that was kind of the gateway to making ripping you vice. Thing and it was just such a hit with fans that I figured why? Why don't I just try to make a whole project and then that's kind of where it took. Often a really got more serious into like. Writing complete songs and then you know more complete projects. So. A lot of fans I mean they're they're very passionate and they buy a lot of stuff and I don't eat like sales numbers or anything like that. We don't have to talk about if it's gone gold or anything but I mean, how has it done I? Mean it's obviously done well enough that you're putting another one out. Yeah. I mean far better than any of my expectations for sure. And just the support and kind of community around it like There's really been a lot of fans that tell me that they listen to it. You know the the the run device like. Mix Tapes they listened to them all the way to wrestling show so that you know they'll they they get hyped for wrestling shows listening to my music so that economic made me want to create more and do more, and then I like really went all out on the sneaky style album because it really felt like a complete album more than just. You, collection of songs or whatever you know so. Yeah I. Mean. That's like the greatest compliment you get because I used to do that. When I was a fan I used to play like the W. W. F., jacked albums Oh yeah, they were. There had pond in Anaheim, and going to watch you know wrestling. So. Where can people grab your I guess current and future? Album. Yeah, you can follow me on spotify that's the best way. Hit the follow button on there. You can also follow me on apple music or Google play and you. You'll find out whenever Joplin new project you'll be notified and yeah, I mean probably the best way to. Who have some your inspirations been when you were gonNA come up listening to hip hop music and is there anybody listen to you like to listen to right now? I think probably the biggest influence on me was like the old Kanye west of just because he was like right around the time when I started really like getting into making beats like tonight set you thousand, nine ten. So you know just how he was able to Kinda craft at the. Best work you know he'd like woodcraft these complete crazy projects in albums and and then you know you know he was also rapper as well. So I mean I feel like I'm more like A. Song out my strengths are more of like the beat making in the in the writing part as maybe as opposed to an actual lyricist but I didn't really have anybody to rap over my beat southern kind of forced me to do it so but it's fun I like writing process you. Is it something that you think you'll be continuing on forever? Do you have a set of techniques that you're that you've gotten? Are you adding to your collection as far as a musical production equipment and things like that or is it something that just right now you've got an interest in your enjoying it for the time being. I'm joined it for the time being and I think I'll probably always do something you know because I do like I do more for myself than anything. I do WANNA make more. Stuff for other people. So I'd like to made You know maybe entrance signs I mean. Because I'm wrestler and I know what makes takes to have a good entrance song I feel like You know that's that's something that I'd like to branch out into what have more a little more time in an able to do it I. Think I can make her whole production company just based on making you know Russell Music that they can own which I think is important you know because There's nothing worse when you go to show or something like that and they ask wrestler like Oh yeah music and then you know they're playing. Projects wrestlers can in US you know. One just one more on me from me on me in wrestling. Just I gotta ask you because raw last night used a hip hop entrance for for the show. Eighty W use Kendrick Lamar for a teaser for tonight show it seems like you know the the rustlers have gotten younger hip hop is everywhere. It's just something that has been ingrained into to most of the people. It seems like I'm the come up whether they like it or not. Do, you see that finally falling now and have you met resistant anybody kidding Mike they used a big time for Wrestlemainia five years ago I. That's what I was wondering like rockies. Point of you have you faced any of that they're just people that are still there's a generational gap where they just they don't understand mma I guess and they don't understand hip hopper. I I can't say that I would say states. Early see more and more of that. We'll see like a post malone I'm sure making something for Wrestlemainia or something recent here if you already hasn't you know. All. Right. So we gotta talk about some New Japan strong and also the G. One and I. Guess my first question we got a new to or I guess it's called Japan strong that you started this week and. I heard a minor spoiler. Okay. This was a long time ago boy. There's pointed this I heard a minor spoiler but I heard it like seemingly months ago and I've been watching the show every week and it has not occurred yet. So I guess the question is how far in advance have you guys take for new? Japan strong. Are you good till the end of the year or what's the? What's the status of of what's in the can I mean definitely I is we do have some few weeks. Yeah. I would say. Almost to the end of the year. Wow, and pretty soon. Yeah, we'll be again pretty soon. So But Yeah I, mean. It's a taped show you know obviously not knowing what was going to happen in Japan and people are to end up heading over not heading over you know definitely had some influence on that. But I, think that now that things are starting to settle a little bit more. Hopefully, we'll be able to kind of. More consistently and then not have so much in the can I think. All right. So we're now like three months into new Japan strong. Think it was around August and kick off or something like that, and now having having consistently done Friday nights every single week for two three months or whatever. What are your thoughts on the show I mean, obviously, you tape a lots in advance. But what are your thoughts in terms of of what's been good? What would you like to see improved? You have ideas for the next set of tapings, etc.. I mean I think just trying to you know obviously it's doing. Really well On. New Japan world but I think that we could make some changes hopefully in and kind of open the audience more. And I mean I. I would love to see it on a small cable station or you know so I would like to see it like actually grow next year you know where where it's on, it's on some kind of like free program you know free programming somewhere not just behind a paywall in new Japan world. I I think that would be really the next goal or next step I think for the program in general you know I mean i. tell you ve asked could you maybe do something where the first run episodes are new Japan strong and then maybe on a month delay or something like they do on the w network, they would go up free on youtube or something like that where you can expose people. But let them know that if you WanNa watch what's going on right now you gotta get New Japan strong. Right that could definitely be an especially as like you said, like if we get a little further along and maybe it's on a delay of three month delay or to delay or more one month away whatever it is I think that could be a another alternative for Youtube and just You know really building the the new Japan English Youtube which has grown a lot in the last. Probably two years or so they really putting some effort into the the programming and videos go up but I think, yeah new Japan storm could be a definite like a big deal on that youtube channel. Speaking English language operation. How was it doing the? Voice overs in the box and you know they were a couple of days behind you know at first and. there are probably a lot of people knew or new. Japan. Fans probably weren't used to the Japanese feed maybe and how was the turnaround time and how is getting everything together for that You. Know I mean there was some days struggle in a recording. You know. Muslim I recorded on Kevin as well. So now, just issues sometimes with Internet and things like that. Were challenging. But we really hit a groove. I would say somewhere in the middle and we had figured out you know exactly how how to use the equipment right and we kinda really just were on it in in it and. Challenging I don't know if if I WOULD WANNA. Do a whole. Tournament again, from Ho, I would much rather be there I think that's the best way to go. But I think we did a really good job with the way the situation. Now obviously. Go ahead yeah. Even. Having it a couple of days delay. There was a there was times I. Think we're able to turn around and like. Twenty four hours, and that was that was great. You know and I think fans are really happy with that. But then there was some times where you just can't help it. You know it takes. Two days or three days sometimes. Yeah. All right. Stick around. We're back in just a moment everybody wrestling observer live. In. Don't. It. got. It. L.. Dollars. L.. Okay. I just need you to listen to me. I. Know that a lot of times mom it might not seem like I'm listening to you but I am I. Hear You. And what you think really does matter to me I mean, let's be honest. No Kid likes rules but I got we had them I. Hear You. Alcohol and other drugs they stick with me and believe it or not. 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Coming to the end of the line here of the one season series Laramie starring Raymond. Burr. As it was originally broadcast sixty four years ago today OCT twenty. Nine thousand nine hundred sixty episode entitled Indian Scout and we thank you for tuning in to us here on this Wednesday Hump Day twenty first day of October two, Hundred Nine Hundred Day up twenty twenty seventy one days remaining in the year. Back in seventeen seventy four, the first display of the word liberty on a flag raised by colonists in Taunton Massachusetts and which was in defiance of British rule in colonial. America. In Boston harbor on this date in seventeen, ninety, seven, the forty, four gun US Navy frigate USS. Constitution was launch Joseph Aspen Patented Portland Cement on this date in eighteen twenty four Florence Nightingale staff of thirty eight nurses sent to the Crimean war, in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four near medicine. Lodge. 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Dot Com slash holiday dash for more information. Thanks for being with us on this Wednesday edition of Classic Radio Theater I want to say a few words about this program because this is almost the conclusion of the run of Fort Laramie and I take these words from John, Jennings, great air, the Encyclopedia of Old Time Radio, the book battered beaten and. Abused but I think what you need to hear here is very important of what he says, the program producer Norman MacDonald. South. Fort Laramie monument to ordinary men who lived in extraordinary times. Their enemies were the rugged uncharted country, the heat, the cold disease boredom, and perhaps last of all hostile Indians men died at Fort Laramie some died of drowning some freezing some of typhoid and smallpox but McDonald's said it's a matter of record that in all the years cavalry was stationed at Fort Laramie. Only four tubers died of gunshot wounds. The series less intense and far less known bend McDonald's major Western gunsmoke. The stories focused much on atmosphere and mood as on violence and action. And the run a forty shows is complete on tape in excellent quality the Star Raymond Burr would from obscurity to national prominence a year later taking on the role. As TV's Perry Mason. The show ran from January twenty second until October Twenty Eighth Nineteen fifty-six Running Sundays at five thirty on CBS radio. And now we hear episode number Thirty Nine Four Laremy October twenty first nineteen, fifty, six. Out. Or? Laramie. Starring Raymond Burr, as Captain Lee quits especially transcribed tales of the dark and tragic round of the wild frontier the saga fighting men who wrote the Rim of Empire and the dramatic story of League wins captain of Cavalry. Now goes a lot little sounds but not the moaning. Might Dead Kevin might be. Whereas horse came out clear and. He shouldn't be much further in debt or not. You a hand, the seeing the dark aren't you? Much. I can always lie lantern you know you wanna be Indian what he's dead he won't seen on TV isn't. I still can't see in the. House. Your hair in dark. I heard that. All right. Just ahead goes. Light your land now. Closer. Face. He looks Kinda young captain kind of wild to. Is Full of pain scared. Do speak the tongue of white men. Speak. Camp is backed by the river. We'll carry you there. You, you kill. No Canteen goes yes cam drink. You mind the Lantern Online. You, lift your head up to know. What's the matter with you? You shot up for fair you must be burning inside you drink some of it goes. All Engine goodwater now you drink. Drink looks like his right leg goes couple knicks crosses belly. What show I got on to make him drink drink some on. Jatin. Down Three cups of coffee before he come riding through the camp, I've gotten another swallow to and I'll go ahead. Now than engine, you gotTa make up your mind either it's good water I got a taste for drinking poison now, which will it be? Drink I'm, not thirsty. You need a drink take it. You don't leave it be. Drink. Newborn contrary you just come a long way. Goodwill. Do not tell. You. What you name. Charlie Charlie. Jolly you've got one good leg. We'll. We'll help you up on it goes. What kind of engine name is Charlie Good American named Charlie. Again, I get that with him. Come on make camp from here. Sleeping captain as bound to he lost a lot of blood. Would you watch you meet your gained back his strength in no time did he do any talking? MOSTLY HE APE? Smile. Asking, everyone to call him Charlie. Good American name John. What do you think about in capital? There's not much to think about Mr Simon's takes pain. Well, smiles eats a lot I mean the way he wrote right up to our camp loan rode right past the pickets without any fear at all apparently and got shot for his trouble. Yes. When you think you'd expect that capped I'd expected you would. Maybe. Challenge different. Tinkham and Priebus they both swear he made no move to fire back just wrote like the devil for the woods you redoubled the pickets Mr Sandwich. Yes. Sir I did. I guess you think maybe Charlie wasn't alone. I told you. There's not much to think about China right now. If he wanted more than food good drink of water, he hasn't said. I can't take the chances alone. Turn it can stop the bleeding and maybe we'll know more about challenging mom. You're GONNA, cut the bullet out Tamara Catherine. I'M GONNA cut at least three of them are. Three captain. But TINKHAM PREPO said jolly was wounded before he got here Mr. Cyber. Come ask questions Kevin. Now do you feel this morning Johnny Golly feel fine leg. Feel bad. But it does. All right. If I look at it, you look. Jolly. You drink whisky. Whisky know what it is. Like what like firewater? Whiskey like firewood. Just like it. You drink fire water. Burn. From. MULTIPLE DOWN TO BELLY MAKE call make sick. Make bad head. That's it. I like. You've got three, maybe four bullets in that leg. If I don't come, you'll die Charlie if I do it'll hurt bad. You want. Whiskey for the hurts you can have. Very bad. It is. Here's a water. Yes. Get My. Right from thank scores. You're going to find him fast and you want meet a holding and that's up to Charlie. You'll bring whiskey now where am I gonNA. Get whiskey leg very bad over there goes my bedroll. As, suppose I gotTA take a couple of Gulps for you figure it's safe to drink and you got badly. Only bad thing I got Smith temper give Charlie whiskey. Dick's for pain. One thing he ain't no dummies you go on Charlie, drink it down. Minoan the leg doesn't hurt anymore. White captain good friend Bring Jelly Whiskey mark the day Charlie. It's last whiskey you'll get from this white man. I'll need more boiling water goes got another pot going. Oh Very. Good to have very bad. Never mind the talk just drink and. Ensuring going to need no set non cabin Latin it down at that rate he'll be helpless inside a five minutes I'm counting on that. Let's go outside and even be. Sure. Never seen the lack of him. He's not cutting any pattern nine. Had legs bad. Just overnight. It's real bad. He say who shot him for we did. A long list of things he's not said. Time for talk will come later. That's a quarter whiskey cabinet. It was a quarter whiskey goes. Well you. Ready for surgery. You got mind for. I got mine but. Not much stomach for. Let's get it over with goes. The runner still around. Yesterday. He's He's having something eight captains. Through that, he gets his wrist. Is asking about fresh hoarser you won't need one. There's no reply to this message. Time he's ready to move again, both him and his horse will be arrested. Do we have new officer Major Dag it'll be here tomorrow with a platoon from G. Company. Where to wait for the rendezvous? Joining Accuser. 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Soviet premier gun and has proposed the President Eisenhower and immediate use Soviet agreement to ban hydrogen bomb tests that according to the Moscow Radio Boganda used the argument advanced by Democrat at Stevenson in the US presidential campaign. Violation of such agreement is impossible because scientists can now detect atomic test anywhere bogue on in saying in the letter to Eisenhower I. Hope You will agree that should such agreement be reached on this matter. There will be no particular difficulty in supervising execution with the present state of science, no atomic or hydrogen explosion to be carried out without it being recorded in other countries. A test of Missouri's Compulsory School Attendance Law is heading for the circuit court because Mrs Mary L.. Sean Height wouldn't give up her fight against formal education for her seven year old daughter Mary with the volunteered help of the Saint Louis Attorney. She is appealed a magistrate court order that she put Marian. 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From fifty sixty, four years ago today October twenty, first, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, six, I thought he was getting up in the bighorn country last I heard he was. It's the majors counting on reports from that area. Maybe we'll be moving up that way. Talking about Charlie. We're not gonNA find out sitting in tent Mr. Crazy. Fool Sergeant Sir. What happened to quit? Kevin. I. Couldn't stop the man can't walk yet. To quit I I saw me crawl moved out of the Creek these horse was headed down there with others you saw the restaurant he. He, he just propelled himself up on that horse. And from the off side, the right side Indians don't know any better. Now they do their horses they always mountain the rights you want me to go after cabinet no need he's coming back. I swear Kathy's putting on a show for they ride all over a horse on his neck sides under his belly. I you feel like much of a horseman now take. One bad leg. You don't think he got hold another juggle whiskey. Break the man who gave it to him if he did. Yes He's played itself out. Jolly. Good writer. Yes. Jolly stupid fool leg very bad. White captains. Sorry leg very bad. Your legs acid-. But at your leg, you can break it off and throw it away. If you're mind leg very bad good friend bring jolly whiskey. I told you. Charlie. That's the last whiskey get from me. Charlie. Right very good. Jolly show man Indian trick. Nowitski. You other you'll have whiskey. Charley. And don't look at me with your Sword Lake. I'll give you nothing. Or Charlie hurt very bad sign off that Pony I. WanNa Talk to you. Oh, legs so bad get off. His Horse Sergeant Guests Mr Cyber. Ready for major arrival. You were kicking that badly around real free. Can you bear weight on it as far as my tent whiskey and then you'll want to bad legs. Jelly Walk Yeah. then. Let me see that leg. Charlie do bad things. Who Ride? That killed you Agenda. Contrary 'cause. Looks Fine Johnny got no right to your leg. Looks Fun. Sally. WHO. Shot you. Before we did. What's that? He should do three times why? Charlie, try steal hose it. You WanNa be shot for that. Ever lived on a reservation one time. short-term. Jolly not like reservation. Nothing can do Charlie like steal horses. You steal horses all alone. Do some alone sometime with Cheyenne breath charlie fine horses. that. Other they come we still that makes you Cheyenne's Scott. Charlie likes steel losses. Also hunt you're not Cheyenne Johnny. Wa Captain Can Tell Charlie not shown. More like a crow to me yes crow. Jolly little bear. All Blood Crow? Sioux Cheyenne. Rep. a whole all drive crow people from Landau father from big. Charlie like bighorn. Charlie lived there. Even with Cheyenne. There's no Cheyenne reservation in the big horn reservation. Just Cheyenne brave and Charlie. Like steal, horses. On. You like to kill white men. Charlie not kill white man not ever killed Whiteman. Charlie friend. got named from white matter what White Man. Many years many years one charlie live with people white men come. For Hunt. I? Teach Charlie speak tongue of like month. Then he died. Charlie take name of friend. You'll let Charlie go back. bighorn hunt steel hostess. If. You still horses you broke the law. It'll put Charley reservation I might. Might put you in jail too. Might do almost denizen with you Charlie. That give you whiskey. Last word we had from Hazem. The Big Horn was presupposes Sunday church. Now. All through these valleys here settlers are complaining of increasing Indian raids for horses major horses until the last few days run as a report in a band of Marauding Cheyenne. Learning massacring as they go through here you're saying. Long stinking water. The SHOSHONI river. Indians it. Stink water. Well, we're going there doesn't much matter what the Indians call it might met a major. I was that we can't wait for Pete Hazen. If there's a Cheyenne camp in the Big Horn we'll need to Scott to find it. That's Charlie a little bit is an Indian. He can't pick a trail to this or schone river. But he'll sure no one distinctive water. From what you said, this must be his band Cheyenne who's responsible for the killing along the Stinking water. He's not about to lead you against his friends when Charlie Crow. I've never heard of crow boast about his scalps. You're saying that you trust Johnny. I'm counting on him being crow that's all major. Just, look at Charlie little, bear captain. Mile and ride easy. He was out on a happy hunting party I'm looking at him. You Call Scott. I could have got this myself. You know where the Cheyenne campus goes no sir well, I don't either but Charlie does. I'm hoping he'll leaders there. This 'cause you fixed his leg captain just because Charlie doesn't like killings. Johnny. got. To Ranches Charlie. fired. Burned to the ground stock runoff high saw no killing. No body of white men like you said, capital, this is your country though Charlie. Is the work of your Cheyenne friends isn't it Charlie? See many Indian sign? Jon. But no killing. As another actor Johnny. Oh. How's your leg holding up? Oh, good. White cotton fix lake. Very good. Charlie not forget. Draw. This. That's the premise. Dodging report anything you can find. The. Yes. Lot here. Dr Blood mark the ground. And trailing. Leads. Up to the cabin or. What's left of it anyway? And many ponant. Cheyenne phony you been here before Johnny not. Old Man Live you're not many horses. Golly likes deal many horses. Is. That the old man. Can you tell? Tell about old man. Too, much had gone. Really. Can't do much for him now but Berry He was old man. Like, white friend who gave Charlie name. Jolly friend die in peace and quiet. Vines something goes. Yeah. This bundle is stuck on the far side of the cabin. Funny Collection Catholic. Relics. This thing goes made have skin in Buffalo. Arrow. For hunting to for war. This. Marking the hat of skin and hair this all. Sacred to shy and. Oh man dead inside the cabins. detail. Yes You. Sing that Song Poor old man. We'll just bury him johnny. And hope he's found his. This is old. Sundays to. and. We'll be making camp soon charlie not like killing. With tomorrow son. Jelly lead you do Cheyenne? camp. Fort Laramie is produced and directed by Norman macdonnell and stars, Raymond Burr as Lee Quinn's captain of cavalry with Vic Perrin as Sergeant Gore's the script was specially written for Fort Laramie by Kathleen hite with sound patterns by Bill James and Ray. Kemper. Musical supervision by Amerigo Marino featured in the cast were Lawrence Stop. Guinness Charlie Jack Malls Major Diet and Harry Bartell as lieutenant hybrids. Gun Bundy ten. This miss. Next week another transcribed story of the North West Frontier and the troopers who fought under liquids captain of Cavalry. Walk. A very fine Western program Fort Laremy. As we told you, it would be a year before Raymond Burwood rocket to stardom in Perry Mason. In fact, it was announced in August of nineteen fifty, six that Burwood Star in the TV series Perry Mason. Now the network wanted to do the TV show of the Perry Mason and a radio show for me but the TV series being a full hour required what was considered an extraordinary commitment and the radio show ended thirty nine episodes and as quoted. Berlin out of his way to employ his radio colleagues in his television program, some one hundred, eighty radio celebrities appeared on Perry Mason during the first season alone. Raymond Burr a an interesting person port Laramie here on Classic Radio Theater we want to thank you so much for making us part of your day would encourage you to come to my webpage classic radio DOT stream there. You can not only stream our shows on demand learn more about classic radio collecting. 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Comedy this hour, the Milton Berle show October twenty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, seven, and it's a salute to good health and considering the show was sponsored by the cigarette company now. Back in those days four out of five doctors smoked something anyway the Milton Berle show on Classic Radio Theater. Radio City in New York here is the Milton Berle show with her cousin. Jack Albertson Mary ship. Billy. Sam Johnny Gibson Charlie Irving are thinking started pony the right block in August and yours truly rank gala. Ladies and gentlemen. This is the season when Doctors Warner's to safeguard our health. And Dedicating off program to strengthen good health we bring you a comedian who was known for his strong jokes and like a railroad. Jeez getting stronger and stronger. Areas. And Good Evening Lights Domestic Allah. My jokes like railroad cheese or maybe it's because what am I right is comes from Rockford Illinois. SCALLOP I don't need radio that badly that I have to take insults, I can always go to Hollywood. Room there now. Everybody Hollywood is in Washington. The Red Investigations got me worried. Just this afternoon they caught me in the automatic eating a sandwich with Russian dressing. But I digress where we missed to Gallup I had just commented on the Pungent Aroma Jokes Mr Gala please you have gone to Parsa any comedian go on with the show after an introduction like that has nothing but a spineless jellyfish, a sniveling weasel a man. So desperate to hang onto his job that he has lost all pride and dignity. Well let's get on with the show. Very. Well. Lis Mr Gallup eat that word if it wasn't meatless doozy. If it wasn't meatless Tuesdays. This looks like Igloos Thursday though. Why are we talking about insignificant tribal jokes when New York just came through a terrible crisis panic swept the city. It was the worst scam. New York has had a history. What happened? What happened last Saturday cancel the races that Jamaica track. Was Terrible. People didn't know what to do with their money. It was piling up on the street blocking traffic. Several bums were spreading out sleeping on it. Was Terrible. Why? With the racist cancel why there was a strike? The groom's walked out the groom's walked out. Yes. What a blow for Princess Elizabeth. Mystic Gal, you don't understand these these grooms ten horses imagine the groom's walked out, left the horses standing at the Halton. At. Halt. Borough how can one man be so funny and still have to worry about his option. Let's get on. You want to say something Mister Gallup. Yes. What a blow for Princess Elizabeth? You said that it's the only joke I have tonight I'm making the most of it. Yes and you have rather been very quiet tonight. A Better Word is non-existent. Well, that's the way programs workout Mr Gallup one week I have all the jokes and you say nothing the next week is say nothing and you have all the. This week was different. Yes. You told all the jokes and you still said nothing. Word that a good rejoined. That was jazzy wasn't. All right. Let us get on with our subject do that ladies and gentlemen just give me the funny lines. I'll get the all right Mr. Gala please you'll get your chance tonight ladies and gentlemen we salute. Can I get a word in with that big mouth of yours flapping all the time McCallum. Please we have a program to do. Ladies and gentleman ladies and gentleman talk talk talk talk talk all night on Right Ladies and gentlemen calm. down. With you. Ladies and gentlemen here we are your next. To Yati. Up. Like this, you're so animated tonight your eyelids are up. If you have something to say, say it very well. All right what a blow Pinson. To Gallagher's sounded like now. Let us go on with our tribute to good health. Would help. Good health. If I were to ask anyone of you listeners which you would you lose the health, the fame of wealth, the world I know what you'd say the health, the health you say. GO-TO. Why so let us let us salute the man who preserves health the American doctor. Ladies and gentlemen, we very privileged. You have our guest tonight. One of America's best known doctors. You hear him on his own radio program each day here he is in person young Doctor Malone. Gosh the real Dr Malone on my program actually Dr Malone where all well on this program. The only thing that needs doctoring is the script jokes. Dr Malone whatever brings you on this alleged comedy program, well, Mr Galvin every comedy programme kids doctors. I'm here to present the doctor side of the story and some of the patients that he has to contend with patient. Yes. For example, there's the hypochondriac he gives the doctor. No clues doesn't know what's wrong with them like my patient milk and. This is what he sounds like. What is it today? Dot Malone. I have terrible pain in my. Every time I lift my. Mostly at night. Doc Malone. Comey. Well, I pulled through Mr Borough. If you only tell me where it pains I don't know I wake up in the morning again. Right in the middle of. Got You have to operate when you have to take it out Mr Berle. I can't help you unless I know where it hurts you. Let me feed your knee. My knee. My knee. The pain is in your knee. No. No. No, my knee feels fine. It's when I raised my head my next year. Your neck here I just lay my finger on it there. Is Broken my neck. Pain is in your name. No. No my next deal find but my back. Back wait. Mr Borough, you've been coming to my office every day for fifteen years elision Asian. Owned Molina's. I'm a sick man. I'm afraid I'll have to tell you the truth. Tell Me Tell me Mr borough you haven't very long. How long have I got about one minute one minute doctor put down that gun. Next. And missed the Gallup there's the patient who knows too much about medicine. He reads all the medical magazines, bulletins, books he sounds something like that. But can I do for? You got him alone I woke up this morning with slight dramatic inflammation between my pitcher guerin, my pen chromatic Glen. Well all you have to do. I injected. Of Haifa clydes south of. Using the SCHLAGER QADDAFI JESSIL system. Of course. But Mr. Borough that will only doctor brought on a large nucleus swelling of the EPA Guadacanal mmediately diagnosed as Schwartzman's disease. Enormous to borough only the other day I had the same swelling you did. Better. Let me look at it. What is it Mr Borough? Don't worry Dr Malone I'll have you on your feet no time that will be all adopted. How much will be Mr Borough two dollars here. Thank you next. Young Doctor Malone dropping again you know missy Gallup. The good robust health takes us back to young romantic days. When you so Kathleen Watch over the health of that one only girl is you saying? You're oh. You belong to me. Golden of Cynthia Cynthia, how you used to look at me, remember us to keep telling the button up my overcoat and I had to I had nothing on underneath. Eat An apple every day. Yes. Cynthia used to have an apple in your mouth all day long why do you lying on a platter and Lindy's window? Platter Lindy's window. Rela- that AIG on the ladder in Lindy's. A constitution you had cynthia, you could eat anything you had a cast iron stomach I didn't believe it until that day I saw them scrubbing it with Brillo. Delicate fragile. Cynthia six feet two hundred and seventy pounds. You a model, use the polls on that pedestal in that studio and all around you amend making mack truck. Voice is getting younger down. What a picture of health your Cynthia your beautiful hair. Remember how you used the clutch it up. Use the touch it with a little pace would stay on your. T. You had a beautiful set to. They should have been perfect. You shopped around long enough of them. You shopped. Roxie next week I. Never Forget and at the time that you've got sick and I made a mistake and I made, you think that bottle of voss medicine no Cynthia it didn't make you well but ever since then could run the mile in one thirty, six, flat. So until the Kentucky Derby, when I two dollars on your. A take. Care of your. Long. Commute. October. Twenty first nineteen, forty, seven, the Milton Berle show on Classic Radio Theater. We've all heard it eat healthy. But what does eating healthy mean sure. There are countless diets out there but they contradict each other yet all experts agree we should eat a diet rich and fruits and vegetables. 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So Ladies, gentlemen I would like to announce that ray block has made many wonderful recordings, the signature records, but after December thirty first goodbye, Sam? Yes, Patillo is taking away all the records, but he's giving them the needles. You get the point and now. S who. Wasn't in but now as we continue our salute to help we present. Autumn. Tonight. Tonight. That question. If. You have too many Red Paul who's with Washington investigate your. Thank you Mr Gallup, and now let's have some questions from the floor. Let's stop the shot gentleman here chaining himself on the man in front of them. A. Yes Sir Mr Barrel I. Am happy to say that men with your physical condition, fill me with confidence in the future. Thank you. You're a health expert no, I'm an undertaker. I I'm afraid. I don't dig you. Let us go on. All right. This young man here with his hands in the beaver. A. Young Man. What is your name? Please? My name is Mahatma, Gandhi? Manhattan again. Don't confuse me with the one for Mindy I won't I won't. He wears begging I know I wear a hostess count Good everybody in my neighborhood thinks I have a goat my apartment? Do you have a golden your apartment? No, it's just made. All right. Happy. You have a question concerning health? No. If I had a question about health, I wouldn't come to you while we're kinds of bad health I got to duck the nightmare. Make people. Well, you can only make them say, but I kind of research I only let you touch the. Operate on. Medicine. I would think boys. Yummy you just my five young s shut up. Acquired. Hear no noise only laughs. Let's hear from the sex this young lady in the Cooling Jelly Capsule. Your name Adam Feeney Anna Homolka. Homemakers and our audience today you have a question that has to do with hell. Yeah. How can I stop? My husband was exercising you sure get into be a muscle bound J.. Exercising, Keaton, taking boxing lessons to lose a few pounds. The FACE LESSENING LOST FOUR FOUR POUNDS T. Runty mark looks like the entrance to a subway. Come all led faction. You should see them cauliflower ears Abed botanic goes into a vegetarian restaurant gets bit. Oh. No. Wonder. The next. Just. Breathing exercises the already got two big muscled. It's amazing. What's amazing about having big muscles in his nose? Oh. Every day puts on shorts and runs around central. GotTa go out looking for. Lost in the park at squirrels keep hiding them. Morning. He Goes Gaetan he belongs to the Opera White Plains. Skatin- and Pinochle club scrubbing his good that you put muscles on. flapping well, he's getting muscles. They don't do him. No. Good. Husband falls down a lot but the way he's built when he falls, he ain't got to go. Thank you very much Mrs creedy. Fitting climax to form tonight, we have with US tonight none other than that world famous disciple of rugged strength and muscular Pala four-times winner of the Misdemeanor Mr America, perfect body competition Phantom Hercules, Fethi Ladies and gentleman Mr. feather field. Thank you Mr Berg. Thank you. Welcome this golden opportunity. Thank the many muscle. upstanding for my pictures. Showing my muscles all over the United States. Canada. Tell. US Mr. ME. Berle you. Mind if I sit down. I'm pooped. You're tired on the way here I picked a pair of dice off sidewalk but Mr Fathom field dyson heavy these were loaded. I. Think I strained my. Mr. Bill I remember those glorious pictures of you as Mr, America bulging muscles, rugged strength. What happened you're a? The barrel, it's the evil drink. Shame on you. Shame on YOU MR, for field ruining that wonderful body of yours by being drunk I was only drunk one in my life only ones that have made you a wreck. While I was drunk I got married. You mean your home life is unhappy Mr Borough home is like a little nest. And my wife is like a mother hands years. She's been sitting on me for fifteen years. Go. Can you give the young men of the country? Some advice on good health big lab that where? Young man if you wish to remain healthy. To keep strong, happy and vibrant. Just keep doing this simple exercise. Holding. The head up you shake it vigorously from left to right right to left and one. Should they do this whenever they hear the words do take this woman to be. Very much. Tiny one. Out of the young and healthy like that almost the Gal I know we're discussing health. So I'm sure you have a boring experienced one load honors Gal. I would resent that if it wasn't for the fact that I haven't experienced too late and it is boring. You see we haven't discussed home remedies yet. So listen to what happened me Miss Gallup about a year ago. 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Let me now wait a minute style, handle this man I pry holding your breath, hold my breath I can't help you grab his time. Gao pull it. Tight. Now. Let's all up to one hundred. Yes. ISN'T MILTON'S FACE GETTING PURPLE? Yes. Nelson Milton say something. Sam. Please the highway from. We've got to give you a big shock a good scare. Marvan did you bring along at picture of your sister? Not, that not not the one in the bathing suit now, just leave it to me. Two weeks ago. Mafia, had hiccups an I kill them just like that. Didn't I Martha. No. Sam Sam. But when you're dragging me the bathroom, what you need is a shock Milton. Here we are now, what's your head under the? Same no okay. Martha. When you turn the handle that says. please. Allah. WHO Came on. My face, it's boiled and now cold water. Just. All. Hey hey. Hey. No more he cupped. Just. Old every time. I would have kicked off one hundred time I hadn't killed myself isn't that right Martha. Holly Give me my hat milton value hair I haven't time Darling Song folks. Thanks for thanks for. Old Let me. Look Sam I'm okay. I'm fine. Now, just run A. Good. Again. Sam Let go my next bringing everything out of the icebox eat a cold and style the and let me call is important jobs potatoes. Just, grow Sam Ice Pudding Sauerkraut. Live away says don't bother slicing it open your mouth milk. Alabama's so Harry. Lamb. Chops. Look at faces. Indigestion let me. A. Your husband Mrs Borough Doctor. Go. We've pulled him through. We pumped him out as best we could. We may have to operate later for the pork chop bones. Shocks intent here speak through this hole in the top. Thank you. How do You. Are you comfortable in their mill I'm comfortable in here. Are you comfortable sham I'm comfortable. Thank you very much a lot about winds up the merrymaking tonight llamas to Gallup isn't there something you'd like to say, yes what a blow Princess Elizabeth thank you. 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Eight three three, thirty, four. Bible. That's eight, thirty, three, thirty, four, Bible Eight, three, three, thirty, four Bible. Well. It's soap opera time again on Classic Radio Theater here's an episode of Claudia. This was originally broadcast October twenty first nineteen, forty seven. Your Coca. Cola. bottler presents Claudia. Claudia based on the original stories by Rose Franken brought to you transcribe Monday through Friday by your friendly neighborhood bottles coca-cola. Relax and while you're listening refresh yourself. Have a coke. Zero. Now Claudia. WHO HAS IT? Come on and I come for the sheets to I've got all ready for you in the bedroom. Good. I'll get them get them. You do enough ram sit down here. Rick are no longer have been sitting Fritz an old better and I had to make use leaves for it. You can do everything cat just like Mama Mama in diabetes long time to no no no, it's more than that I know because I'm just mastering buttons and is for dining never never never I don't like Don is if you don't. Did you husband like the salmon or I knew I need to tell you birthday he loves. Good and so did. This. Did he knows salmon when he finished the night towards him and he didn't like then already headed George. Dole. I'm David New Right off and they liked it anyway you know that's really a complement to your breath and data some left to I haven't for lunch to myself. PUT IT in sub. This is over would be like a new dish do just that I'd use it tonight with Mr and going out to dinner. So he he's not mad about leftovers. I know this Joe or dressed nicely you look so pretty is it the birthday? No, not now occasion Mr Naughton just wanted to take me out to dinner that saw. Doing things like that makes you boost the young. I told you never to leave this door open on wake up murdered someday David Your home wait a minute I'll ask myself. What about the door? I'm not alone. Oh. Bertha. Good evening with the nonsense. I go now and get the non vis. Birth now allows me not want. A kiss is better than a hello any date. Home late I'm home early. Seems late to me. It seems to me all day today. How about you? Since we've been married time seems to slow around four o'clock. The author laugh side wouldn't it? I mean if the day seemed long to me short, you know we could always buy a couple of watches. Listen not. Good night, you're the chef Jeff's Bertha home. It's. Stop Pledging Bertha Wait, did you take the time? I go. Now I bring the sheets back through no Harry. We've got lots more. Haven't really I by some amendments listen you're going to have to get over that habit. Poaching. On your mother's household and definitely I've got her own now. Oh, she does. installed. If we didn't I don't think she'd be so insulted don't. You know how I feel about your mother I only know your wonderful. David. I could love you for that alone. That's no good reason. Why didn't say I was the only reason. You'd better not. See today she. All right. She says she's fine. I called nasty to come over but. She says, she's glad to be rid of it. Good for Mammal caller before we go out to dinner, would you Davis? What are you doing? Sitting Down on the SOFA. So. You can sit down beside me. I thought we were going out for dinner. We can eat a little later tonight and. I'll be star later. I'm all ready to go I want hold you up. Say David Guess, what I did today. Washed. Your hair. How could you tell just look awful bad smells pretty. Manner Lucky. All they ever need is a haircut. Every six months looked lovely with a haircut every six months. Thing you know I'm sorry I, sat down. No I. DON'T WANNA get up. That's good. Feel like a new man, my shape. Well, let's go wait a minute thought. You said you were already I have our goal wasp anymore what happened to unready? Stand my head because of my hair. I have to work because of my hair it's all over the place. Mama. To well, there was no answer. That's funny. What he's supposed I suppose nothing. Suppose a little while she's gone. She's a big girl. Now she can go where she wants. What am I ready we're on our way. Let's go. Hey. Did you hear that somebody's trying to get him? I wonder who it is. I will not I. Don't want you to get shot out of my way. Now what are you GonNa do? So you're the burglar. Your looks O'Brien. We got we were out trying a little housebreaking 'em Claudia gave me this key just yesterday I did in case you were in the back of an I came over Oh. Yes. So I did my Mama Claudia. Relative, you've been giving keys to. Get them to just anybody well, I thought you'd be up in Claudia didn't use AOL. Exactly sorry to disappoint you but we're a little off schedule come on in eat with us. Thank you know wait here for you. Now run along not without you turn around and go home again. Oh, that's silly. What did you do home? We had dinner. David Taylor I did not come tweet. You know look if you'd have dinner have you none of Your Business See David she did what secret code did you figure that out clan? You've not mine as long as I had here, know not to believe a word he said Renton David she doesn't know what she's talking about I'm funny but about his mother is that she makes the most sense when she doesn't know what she's talking about. Not you stay here, we're about to have a family confident in Brazil's the two of you. Darling what have you got the ICEBOX practically nothing why? that. Maybe mother will stay around. Dialing yes, you wouldn't go out with this I. Know that my thanks you'd be in the way David listen to me. Don't you ever ever? Let me catch you being so nice to anybody else's mother you go ask your daddy and she must have been known to my she came over. That's what I think. Mrs Brown. Yes. How about joining us in Potluck for dinner? I wouldn't hear of it. Will you go on out and eat? Argo no no. Let me let me I'm already there. You think this is your house. David, who do you think? Find good evening any. Time you did for the rest of the schedule. Again. David moving man. Ask Him to dinner to call him. Did you. Not You can bring those things right in. Our wedding presence. Are. David, I'll bet she did. These barrels butterflies, and we're supposed to be out while she on the law is the limit that. Missing Out a your terrible I decided to let you sleep with them for a while house. Right you. Hand Mommy you're an angel you dope I wish you'd been out of the way the way he was supposed to be everything arranged for you I'm glad we're not I want to arrange myself Zora girl the move over. Okla. let's take it side. Easy. Right. In the middle of the Room David. Okay, let's one two more to go way lied take off my coat and kept trying role in the other one in. Can I mean? That's open this one taking things out shall we what about you didn't? Oh, can wait come on. A second. Hey Let's try rolling them. I'm Ed right right. Make an awful miss. Who Cares home isn't home without ones. Wedding presents around up. There's another one. On the way Mama. Here's another one. And that's it. We're GONNA have to move. So out of here Claudia. No, they won't take half as much room when they're on patent. Shrink when they're out of the barrel. This bond bondage. Liz Liz My House it looks different here somehow. Last of them. Wouldn't presence of any. Now. Let's. Run Home Mrs. Late I. Hope She walked me worried we've been married ten years almost. Ten years. Oh. Well. You've been awfully nice. If we ever move again, we'll. We'll call you to help us. That'd be looking forward to that. Oh. Yeah. I lived at extra box in the hall. What extra box one I put those two. Silver Party. At Lisa's soup terrain I was hoping you'd lost them on the way we don't always nothing. Missed it now. I. WanNa hear the candlesticks. Look. The first of a long line of candlestick slowly been awhile we do this, I'm hundred. Me An idea use our wedding presents to now go out I'll unpack nothing doing I'll do it faster alone. To. This. Oh fish knives that look like little fish say we can use them tonight to my one silver blades coming up they we put on that. Peanuts I forgot that place not bad at all peanuts for. was. Just unpack don't ask questions. Should never begun? Wait a minute. that. Silvis, cigarette box. Oh good. We'll put cigarettes in it. Here hammy three Boban Dishes Mama wait a minute nonetheless finding. That will be room in here to turn around. Put some of this stuff on the dining room table David. Really I I didn't need to walk in and upset everything I was going to know mother. We're glad you're here. I have an idea. Claudia was pretty low MAUVAIS. He's got to get used to online she will. Blacks one for each of us, what are you cooking up Claudia? I'm not sure I WANNA. See. Packing you too I'll be right that. David unpack working like a beaver album ready for another barrel. Didn't know much no. No matter you you find a chair to sit on their occupied. There's amazing. Each one Netnoi pick up a piece of floor and make yourself comfortable. What for very simple. A CHRISTENING What is what do you think it is? The Salmon Mousse of course, dressed up the. Very elegantly, Claudia Mad. We can't eat seven moose off von dish. That's right mother. and. A little fish knives to. Excellent excellent. I thought since it was a cold leftover supper we might this. Picnic in here that's very sensible Claudia. Well. SHOULDN'T EAT MOMMA I might as well. David. If we lean against each other's backs will be much more comfortable. You know I believe that's a good idea. This is much nicer than eating out. This is wonderful beginning to like this stuff. Now Math you. I own things around and our old friend the salmon. This review to would move over. That'd be room on the floor for me. Own. starring. Material used on this broadcast of Claudia was under the supervision of Rose Franken and William Brown Baloney. You. Know it gives a hostess, the mighty Nice Feeling. She has a supply of frosty coke in the refrigerator. Now that Coca Cola is more plentiful, it's so easy to be prepared for hurry up hospital not. Next time you shop ask your dealer for a comfortable supply, a cotton case. And Every day Monday through Friday Claudia comes to you transcribed with the best wishes of your friendly neighborhood bottles coca-cola. So, listen again, tomorrow at the same time. And now this is joking, saying all our ad remember. Whoever you are, whatever you do wherever you may be. When you think of refreshment, think of Coca, Cola. 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Now I favored husband starring Lucille Ball from October twenty, first one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, nine, Lucy battles supercricket. It's time for my favorite husband starring Lucille Ball everybody. Yes. It's the new gay family series starring Lucille Ball with Richard Denning announced seal ball with Richard Denning as Liz George Cooper to people who live together and like it. As we look in on the Cooper's tonight we see romantic little family seen lives in Georgia having dinner by candlelight. Oh. Isn't this romantic? Dear, I just love eating by candlelight. Don't you? Could stand just a wee bit more light. Four I haven't found my plate yet. I'll stop I've been passing to someone over there. Let's turn on the lights and see who would it. George you have no. So why can't be sentimental like I am I am honestly honey I love eating by candlelight. Yeah you look so radi. I could just sit and gaze at you all night with your face picking up the soft glow of candle light. Rose. George I'm over here. I was just kidding really love can't light. It's wonderful. What are you doing I'm feeling for the gravy Vomit Because the use of fighting how turn the lights on. Over there you are Honey. Ryan. About we were just having fun I wanted to be such a wonderful evening. Just, the two of US and now it's all allow stuff. No it isn't baby. It is too. I, know Fall No, it is whole thing happened because I walked under a ladder this morning. List that didn't have anything to do it did do honey don't be silly. Dinner would have been just as bad if you hadn't walked onto the last. I I mean things have gone wrong. Just the same would not. Liz I thought we settle this ridiculous business. If your believing superstitions, we've had this discussion a thousand times. Well didn't convince you that there's no basis to it's silly sentimental feminine nonsense yes. George now, you're never going to think about them again. Are you? promised. Goodness I never believed in superstitions in my life and I've never had any bad luck knock wood. Oh. I'm sorry George I just didn't want to break the spell. You said I haven't had any bad luck and I thought I. Hope He never does and then I knocked on what to make sure you won't. Because if I didn't, you might see. That was the last time George really really I'm not superstitious. I'm not even playing every day's dishes. Last better. Give me a good Biden superstitions kiss. G You kiss good. Where'd you get those lips? Store. They were part of a Bugler skit. Jit. You're you're so wonderful. I love you even when you're mad at me. I hope you never change I. Hope I never do either. Oh. I'm sorry I couldn't help myself. You do believe in well, why take any chances George dozen her Liz I'm really disappointed to find such an attitude in an adult intelligent woman. You Oh. Oh well, George some superstitions are based on good commonsense name one. Well. If you walk under a ladder Mike Ball on you if a black cat walks in front of you might trip over. Okay Week but acceptable now will you explain knocking on wood? That's a tough one. I. Know. If you knock on wood in a termite knocks back, you know the woods no. Good. I want you to stop this whole silly business and superstitions and stopped right now. You're not the Salt Shaker over. So some of your left shoulder no. Georgia, you'll have bad luck. More coffee or stop it lives give me some more coffee. Please get yesterday. We don't care about yourself George do it for me I will not and neither will anyone else around here am I the master of this House or not? Yes master. Better. Coffee all over. I'm sorry. Mr. Cooper hit my arm. Well, it isn't your fault. You see that happened because you didn't assault over your shoulder you better throw it or it might affect Katie to no I. Don't believe in that salt throwing nonsense. Sense of a woman. In. A Katie When I've never had any luck knock wood. To Girl Katie misunderstand you. Mrs, Cooper I'm a would knocker but I'm not assault froward. Well, that's your privilege I. Happen to be a would knocker and assault drawer George. What's the matter I'm trying to decide whether to be a mate knocker or white thrower? Bring Good. Luck to. Find thing after eleven years of marriage I. Suddenly discover I'm living with a witch doctor. Morning Katie morning. I. Certainly heard you Mr Cooper talking late last night. You didn't hear me talking that was George all night. Long I got electron how stupid it is to believe in superstitions that have been handed down from the Dark Ages. Did he get route? I heard a Croat? No No. That was demonstration time. He broke a mirror on the floor and stamped on it just to prove that didn't bring bad luck. My goodness. Coming down to breakfast. Yeah. He'll be here in a minute bandaging his foot. Hooper. What's IT Joann Ward from next door coming running Katie and Mrs Cooper Low. Joann how're you find say how's Your Father Signs Sang and your four sisters nine thing. Find. Sank and your mother exhausted. Asked me. Thanks. This doesn't look like borough. Let, let me open it and take a look George Pre not in the house. Oh, I thought you were going to stop that silly. Locked often an umbrella in the house right Mr Cooper eye open an umbrella to house once in a few minutes later I sprained my ankle that was just coincidence. I use the umbrella per I should when I jumped off the piano. Quit while you're behind your no you to. I'm going to prove to you once and for all that opening an umbrella and the house doesn't bring bad luck. Please just proving my point. Oh my foot. Ended where that hammer was. More, Georgia with your good foot, wasn't it? Hilarious. No. No I think it's awful. You're hurt both your feet it just strike me funny. Aren't you put Mr Cooper will. Join at least somebody knows what I'm going through. Remember how my ankle hurts but it hasn't bother man alarm time not worth. Tells me you better leave Joanne. All right. Here. That wraps it up Liz I can't fight it. Pretty Strong Union Emily look just like Makamba from. Then I've got a lot of work to do. Just read the paper. It was cold last night. Listen to this. Man Forty eight degrees Max Sixty, five degrees. Night before it was warmer. Men. Fifty two Max seventy. One. Yard. Why is it men never gets as hot as MAC? You say. I didn't say anything. Listen a cricket in the House. Oh what else can happen isn't that wonderful all derry years in the fire playing well, at least we can see him I'll getting with that newspaper George don't hurt him. What he got luck yard, you know cricket on the Hearth Harps Smart Gimme that fake. Murderer. Darna just told me. So long he's gone. Where is Sounds like he's on this side of the room. No no sounds like he's on the other side of the room. Oh I can't find him all shut up. George be friendly. Ask Him nicely. Please Mr Cricket George has work to do won't you please be quiet? So. All of needed wasn't friendly Cohn. C- congratulations. Now do you mind if I do some work I won't say. Let's see. Here's the Mitchell Account fourteen in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, two, and twelve. Fourteen, eighteen, thirty, two, and twelve. This. Is Good Luck. Now, George he's just a little cricket and he's not hurting you do your word. How can I do my work while he's sitting there bellowing at me? Not Bellowing. He singing for you. You call that singing when you rub your hind legs together and see been doing that. There he goes. Out in the hall, I'll get him this time. Jimmy. Where did he call you see? Maybe I do and maybe I don't. Tell me. I'm no stool cricket. Under the molding by the bathroom door, how will I get him out? I'll handle this? Okay, you'll cricket. Hind legs up. That was smart. You chased him under the door to the bathroom. No I'll get him now. Yes. Come George don't go in. He may be taking a bat. Okay. Okay. You've made your choice, it's him or me. Charge are you trying to tell me that from now on? Mrs George. Cricket. No I'm I'm just telling you that a man can stand only so much. I'm giving you an ultimatum lives. I'm not coming back to this house until at cricket is gone. Argue my Dumi. Want me although the club. Oh. You and your big fat hind legs. Twenty first nineteen, forty, nine, my paper husband done classic Radio Theater Okay. So good news during a challenging time for everybody and this could really help. You may know hundreds of thousands of people have already made the switch to medishare, which is the affordable alternative to health insurance and with so many people looking at how they pay for healthcare right now, seeing premiums going up with the cost of Cobra plans. 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Let's let the exterminator worry about it. Well, I'm going to give him one more chance to save his life. That is he's the type to go for ten cricket a Tinto Cricket I had leftover from Halloween party say here it is. You. Don't think you can pull them with two I'm might if this happens to have cricket sex appeal. Oh. Well it's worth a try until the exterminator gets here. Let's stepped onto the dining room. He might still be in there. I don't see him. shh. Areas let's see if I can engage him in conversation I go. Doesn't answer I'll try again. I think we've got interest Katie I'll leave. I saw. I wonder what I'm saying to him. No answer maybe you were too fresh. I think he's playing hard to get I'll really flirt with him. Like a cricket with rhythm. That was just a coincidence allow tried again. I got a hold of the BEBOP king the bug. World. You're making it sound like that. He always gives to church. Allowed get. Good. Afternoon. Did you go back Mitch terminating covered? I did I Miss Cooper. Do. Acne, well, what do we re of a bunch of Termites Swath events? Cricket. To. One quick. One little. Tiny solitary. Yes, you become all the way out a one cricket you didn't come along. Did you need every man? You've got? This is super cricket. Get stuck for a minimum charge anyway, which room is I'll give him a little dvd yet that will be there. You think so. He's in this room someplace. Overnight Corner. I'll just play this DDAT BOB Now, we'll step out of the room until I. One do three, six, seventy, nine, hundred. And that's the end of the cricket. All rookie. Guess. He's gone. All right. That will be five dollars five dollars minimum charge. Well all right. Park that's impossible that cricket is day. Well, maybe this goes t is GonNa you. Just a minute nobody is gonNA make a fool out of me. I'll give him another dose. Sh-. Don. That's the last of the. DDT. Getting some other way I have a tip for you don't waste your time with female impersonations. 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Science no sciences failed I hate to do this but I've got only one choice I'm going to resort to plan all. Lake new insecticide wash than that atomic vision. Worse than that happens. What are you GonNa do going to space him over the head with a mallet. Pretty Primitive Oh boy. overthink of the pleasure out of. That crooked is on his deathbed in come on he ducked under the bookcase in the hall. Helped me move. Lookout. Towers the other way. But he don't have all the. Bucks. Now Look what you've done. All right I'm. Lamp I've got you now. Now wait a minute. All right I'm. Areas on that base. And I know you're insured. Standstill. Got Him. Where is he? Who is on your head? Wait a all right. I'm ensure. Yes but I'm not. Now he's gone. Years on the coffee. Table. And Keep Bernie. I have a better plan. Let's dynamite the whole house to. Come on come on come out I dare you come up like a man look Mr Acme that's forget about plan for X. Shall We? Writing on me. Well, after all, it's just A. It's grown past that. This is bigger than both of us. This is totally law oh for heaven's sake. and. Yeah. Every stick of insurance out of the room. Open the door. Closed at all? Yes. Sir. Three of us in this room. Only two of US leaving alive. I hope one isn't a cricket. And all right my friend. What's going on here? Jim I. Glad to see you. What are you doing in here with my white all right yards he's insured what? The exterminator what does he exterminate furniture? Oh. Joanne, what are you doing here? My cricket and Mr Cooper that I find him over year. Your pet cricket. Like that, he jumped right into her hand jumped right into A. Cricket role I'm going to put you to bed without any is clean. Everybody. Well George are. You. Ready to admit that I'm right about superstitions. Don't. You see when you open the umbrella, the hammer fell on you when you wrote the mirror, you cut your foot and you have to admit the cricket in the hearth brought US good luck. Good luck. The House is a shambles and she'll have, but we've always wanted the room redecorated anonymous as insurance company will pay for it. That's good. Luck. Isn't it? Well. Yes and I hope it stays that way is that all you have to say? I I. Hope it stays that way. Knock Wood. Yard. George wake up what's Missing. WHAT'S THE Name. Bing crosby. Wake me up. So I could listen to that cat concert. You get rid of them. Here, so big and so brave, and you'll know how to do everything. Well, I don't know how to get rid of a cat. Maybe I can scare him away. Rock. Critic I'm GonNa, throw something at it. Won't do any good might. Try. Air. Go she stopped. What did you throw it? Our Cat can I George? You have been listening to my favorite husband starring Lucille Ball with Richard Denning and based on characters created by Isabel. 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The death of melissa coates fifty years old. I first heard of melissa in the late nineties. Because back then i was heavy into working out and wrestling and i would always go to the store and i would buy all of the wrestling. The body building magazines and the wrestling magazines and The body building magazines would always have all of these different features and they'd have the photo shoots with the women and you'd hear about the women bodybuilders and fitness competitors. That's the way i heard about trish. Stratus and melissa coates was always in these magazines. So to this day. Every time that i have ever heard the name. Melissa coates and wrestling. I can only. I can only remember her. From her time in bodybuilding. She worked for some of the developmental territories after she got into wrestling She was only on wbz. I believe one time and that was deal. Where chris masters was doing the master. Lock challenge and one day. There was a female fan in the crowd and female fan beam melissa and she was unable to To break the master lock. But i think this was like two thousand five two thousand six but that was the. That was the first time that i had ever that she never worked for me tv. But she'd worked for the developmental territory. She worked for deep south wrestling and she'd also done for awhile. Extreme dodgeball on the game show network. This was actually before she got interesting. Originally she wanted to play tennis and she started working out to help her tennis game and she did okay in tennis then. She fell in love with working out. And then after the bodybuilding career she got into pro wrestling. And some people remember. Best from extreme dodgeball and other people remember her best. Like i do from bodybuilding. And some people if you're a fan of pro wrestling and saw her doing indy dates She was the super genie. The manager of saboo for many years in the twenty year. She was suffering from extreme pain in one of her legs and she went to the doctor. And they said you've got blood clots and it's bad and essentially she was given to choices. You can either die or we've got amputate your leg. And she shows the leg amputation and so she lost her leg and there was a gofundme. You that have been put together that actually i. I heard about it yesterday. After she passed away but they'd raised. I think tens of thousands of dollars for her through the go fund me and she was trying to work with like a prosthetic leg or something there was. I can't remember all the details. But i mean she was she was she had done some tweets about show. She'd been in a dark place but she was now coming out. It and oliver recent tweets had been positive and she texted people it was all positive and then all sudden boom out of nowhere. We found out that she had passed away. And there was a tweet From one of her close friends that stated that it was due to a heart attack. I don't know anything more than that. But a terrible story feel horrible for san boob. Because they've been living together forever and just best wishes to him her family her friends terrible story. The death of melissa coates fifty years old apparently as a result of a heart attack and just so sad only fifty years old. And unlike you. I wasn't that big into the weightlifting and fitness magazines. But that's where i know her from. That's what i know her from. She and tori wilson. Actually both i knew about from those magazines before avenue about him in pro wrestling and i was surprised to hear. The extreme dodgeball shows so popular. Didn't even know it. Existed on the game show network Back in the day. But i do remember as part of vw. And she was there for a while. I think she was with kenny. Bolin i think they put her in charge of security for kenny bowl. In which again you picture those two standing next to each other was certainly the visual but That's the sad boo best to her family. And just a a tough situations somebody else. It's gone way way too early. Johnson who was on the tonight show yesterday and he was asked about coming back coming films that he's got coming out and he noted as i've said before once you do one of these things the insurance does not let you go wrestle. On the weekends we will see what happens. So obviously i mean. I was told that on the annex. T show the other night. They had the carmelo hayes. Adam cole match and carmelo hayes came out and and he mentioned ruthless aggression and he slapped adam cole and it was the exact same thing the cena did to kurt angle. Back in two thousand and two for kurt angle's debut. I was told the reason they did that was because it was the anniversary of john. Cena debut in doing that with kurt angle. I saw as my god. You watch monday night raw. It is like there's eight thousand. John seen it. There's there's plugs for his movie. There's clips of him wrestling. It's like the senior show on monday. And then tuesday comes. And we've got another john cena reference on the show to me. It's like we're preparing the people for the return of john cena. I was told it was just a coincidence. Whatever july sixteenth eighteenth. Whatever it is i would expect john. C to make a huge returns television. Obviously setting up the match with. I would presume. Roman reigns at at summer slam. They could do john. Cena and bobby lashley. There's a million things that they could do. Many things have been rumored. But i would guess johnson a roman reigns. And that would be my presumption as to win the guy's going to return. I think they want you to know that he is coming back. So you're prepared to go crazy but they want to keep it somewhat of a surprise as well as could all change and they start advertising next week. But that's my guess as to what's going on. You think seaney gets hit with any boos from those people that would call him as they're calling him in the chat john china. It think anybody gives the booze. John cena coming back or you think will just be so happy to see a big star coming back. I would bet it. There will be no booze for john sina. I could be wrong. But i mean if they boom boom because that was the old school gimmick eating do with his his his apology to china from a little while ago i mean hate the fast and furious sanchis. I don't think we're going to get anything like that. He's going to come back to people are gonna go nuts. You got to remember one thing too. If this guy's gonna feud with the roman reigns roman reigns and wrestlemainia was booed out of the building and going into wrestlemainia. There were people that were like. I wonder how how roman reigns is going to be kind of response. He is going to get because he's a he'll but i mean he's destroyed everybody and he's been pushed as a megastar guy gets your didn't happen. They went to wrestlemainia and net. Dude was vociferously booed. So i would expect that if he's feuding with john cena they haven't seen john cena forever. He's coming back. I would expect john. Cena will get a a huge baby face reaction. Although i have been wrong before but very rarely rarely rarely you. Have i been wrong. I forget where of that or not so as far as other news we can get into more after the break noted if you wanna texas forty five seven eight zero seven five six. Six is the phone number. Brian at wrestling observer dot com at l. varez on twitter at semper. Vp we're gonna talk some more news. We'll also do a lot of feedback here today. I don't know if i mentioned this or not. But yesterday annex six hundred and sixty five thousand viewers down four point three percent from last week. This was the follow up to the return of samoa. 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So yesterday i tried to go to the music store in cannon beach and there it was out of business and so yesterday we went to Seaside and i googled a music store and sure enough. There was one in seaside. And so i go to the music store and go inside. It's just like it's just like a building was stuff in it. It is not what you would expect from a music store. But they got some guitars on the wall. And they got some whatever's so i walked in. I said shop. I said listen. All i need some mike stan. You gotta mike stan lady goes. I don't know let me look around. And so she goes over to the wall and she's looking around and smell looking good and then ulsan she goes. Oh i got one right here. And she grabs the little mike stan and she looks at me. She goes how about ten bucks like ten dollars. Wait a second i thought. Is this the only music store in realize it was the only music store in town so i paid ten dollars and i got my clip in a way we. Oh that's not a music store. A thrift store. No it was a music store. It was everything was new. Wasn't a pawn shop. Do you have a mike stan. I don't know let's check the wall. Well yes she did but she ended on. The wall in the package was all new stuff. Was it sitting next to a bunch of other stuff in a little in little bags. There was probably like you know that thing you use on the guitar. The pick pair of all sorts of stuff anything else a little bags but anyway to new mansions have been announced for this week's special saturday edition of dynamite. We've got dante martin verses matt sidell which they did on aws doric and apparently it was a fantastic match. And also obviously kenny omega and jungle boy for the awa title. We have the bunny versus chris stat lander and orange cassidy in the blade or be out. There is corner people. So something's gonna happen there and then we have the. What's the last one powerhouse. Hobbs and hangman page. This is going to be their Their final weird preemption and then the week after that they go back to wednesdays so wednesday june thirtieth will be the next show at daly's place and then on july seventh. They will be on the road for road rage earlier. That'll be the first road show july seventh in miami. So that's the update. On a. W as i mentioned like the the w remember on friday was actually not bad at all and part of that was the cage. Fight the ma cage fight. But i think part of that was also that whenever you move times and dates Some fans find it immediately and some fans they. It's not like they don't know that it's there but it's not a habit and so they they don't watch specific new time so it seems like three weeks in. They finally got some people to remember. Hey the shows on friday at ten. Let's watch it live instead of on. Dvr this week and then as soon as that happens now. They're moving to saturday. So i don't expect a great number on saturday night i could be wrong But after that they'll be back to wednesdays. I think the first wednesday back. It's going to do pretty good. I do not expected to be a giant number. But i think that a couple of weeks into returning to wednesday's they will be back doing eight hundred nine hundred occasionally a million depending on the lineup. So that's my prediction. Yeah i think consistency is key there. I think it's just gonna take some time because the same way you know. The jump back on wednesday numbers not could be what it was. You know after a couple of weeks into that so he again. It may take some time. I don't think this you know spells anything about the second show. I know people freak out about the friday number but we'll see what happens when it comes time to actually put that show on and they are hyping it across you know turner network television in pushing it as far as friday. Ten o'clock goes They haven't been doing that with with dynamite. But there's going to be a whole bullets before that show comes on in the fall so i don't think one's got to do with the other and i think both annexed eighty w anybody that wants to poke fun at either one of their numbers this week or you know what's been taking place you know. Let's see a little bit more after the playoffs and because the nba has been brutal for everybody when he got out there. Got a million text messages and many of them have to do with. Mx t so. I do want to address some of those. So last night on observer radio talking about factions and this person here says after listening to observer radio. I felt compelled to text about factions. I don't think that there can be too many factions because of wrestling were real. You'd be crazy not to have a group of friends for backup if need be ever in the new. Japan is a part of a group even in high school. Everybody is in a fashion. I let me make this clear and for those. That don't know didn't listen to show last night. My issue is not that there are a million factions in annex t. I don't mind it. There's a million factions in aws factions new man. If you want to do the deal where everybody in your promotion. It's part of the faction that's fine. My points on the show last night was there are eight factions and i consider a faction two or three people are more. Somebody actually texted me this last night. I can Find out who originally sent me the message. But there are eight factions of three or more people in inex- t at this moment and every single faction is heels. There is not one baby face faction in all of they're all heels. I actually have a list if i can find it here. I can read you every single faction. They've got one of the factions. I guess you you could say that. There's only seven. Because one of them is pete done and only kin- and danny burst but danny injured so technically there's only two people but it is a action which is one of the guys singer. So this is a list of all of the factions in annex t right now though way heels diamond mine heels hit row heels llegado fantasma heels t and shah heels imperium heels robert stone brand heels and whatever pete john's faction there also heels. This person here claims it hit row. Our baby faces. I don't think they're baby faces. Swerve has been. He'll for months now. So i mean. They may be cheered because they destroyed ever rise in a squash match. But i'm pretty sure that that is a is a heel faction so it's not that there are factions. it's where the baby face factions. The guy mentioned the heels and how would be foolish not to have friends in high school. Well none of these baby faces at friends. There are no baby face factions golfing. You need to have a baby face faction for the good guys to be kind of working in tandem with each other. You know what i mean. You don't have to have a faction but you do need to have friends. And that's the biggest problem is. Somebody gets attacked. Nobody runs out to help them. Somebody's attacking the back. Nobody is back there to help them. Where are all these people when these types of things happen so again. I don't think it's necessarily that you need to have baby face units. You have baby face tag teams. Msk and bronson read can be you know unofficial friends you know but have ms k run to bronson reads defense every once in a while if he gets laid out backstage or something like that. So i think you can do that without actually having to have three and four and five person factions and this person says so did johnny gargano make a silent baby face turn on annex t this week i surely hope that's not the case so i listen i don't know but what i think is going on is they've got the great american bash coming up in two weeks and it like it came out of nowhere which you did it but it always seems like it does sometimes when i watch these these different Deputy brands they've got a great american bash coming up and it's like okay. Well who's going to challenge carrying cross for the title. Well let's see we just did a five way and we just beat everybody. Who do we have well. No one just do johnny gargano. So i guess. Johnny gargano is probably gonna get the shot in two weeks and the match is going to work out better if johnny gargano face so what i believe is happening is that johnny gargano is a. He'll the way is a heel faction but the angles. The match with carrying cross. Gano is going to be a baby face. Because he worked as a baby face on tuesday. He got a hot tag. Everybody went crazy for him and then carrying cross beat him up after the match so i think that it's a heel faction and he is a he'll but for the purposes of the next two weeks he's going to play baby face so you. The viewer will continue to be confused. But at least we'll have a match. At least they can make the match work with him as a tiny baby face. As opposed to jenny gargano tiny he'll against kerry and cross large. He'll which just is not going to work. Was johnny baby-faced for sure. We are doing everything he could and hitting everything. He looked good Again the same bit work. Great if you for him is a good guy there and for him as a possibility to face carry and cross which just puts another name down on the side of people put in there with carrying cross who are far better workers with him that are designed to help get him over lease. That's my assumption year when it comes to ghana win cross but just another name in once. He goes through jani. Then what do you do carrying cross. What we do is go to a break back with more wrestling observer live. Remember w my gosh right. This is sara's reilly auto parts story. Driving cross country with two young children is ambitious to say the least then. Our check engine light came on. We pulled into o'reilly auto parts and they just did it turned out. It was a faulty sensor. They referred us to a mechanic just down the street and we were back on the road and no time auto parts if you owe the irs back taxes. Don't worry there's a bright side. The experts at bright side tax relief dot com or protect. You from having your wages garnished money deducted from your bank account and your home or business sees bright side. Tax relief dot com. 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Both absolutely free for calling annuity general. Today hurry supplies are limited. Call now eight hundred seven six zero one eight four five eight hundred seven six. Oh one eight four five eight hundred seven six. Oh one eight four five. That's eight hundred seven six eighteen forty five. You're listening to wrestling. Observer live with bryan alvarez and mike separate vyvyan on the sports byline broadcasting network begging the show. Brian elber is here wrestling observer. Alive mike zimmer abebe also wrestling observer com. Take your feedback here today. Probably some phone calls as well jimmy. The year says eight. He'll factions eight. He'll factions also. Noticed this the baby face he'll balance annex t. The singles department is yes. I beyond belief there. Only five singles male baby faces on the entire and exte- roster right now kylo riley brunson read kushida cameron. Grimes and dexter loomis. To be honest you should not even count. Grimes and loomis grimes. A new baby faces kind of acting like a. He'll have to time and loomis is a creep. That is three credible. Baby faces on the entire roster. Well if ever there was what they call he'll territory that would be. Wwe and they desperately need more baby faces at ain. More good baby faces not just somebody portrayed as a baby face but like a good baby face will they need stars so star vevey faces Something that's casper. Lee needed star. Heels are as well too although the roster of those is Expansive right now. So i have a question for everybody in the in the twitch chad here and Listen along at home. All right Talking to you. Oh i mean i can. Did you watch carrying crosses Main event match. No emma talking to you then all right. It's first year says carrying cross at an absolute horrendous debut on main event if you look at his entrance it's evidence. He is quote just another bodybuilder dude without scarlett from a business perspective. It doesn't really seem that. Vince respects paul. Eveque at all. I wonder how this power struggle ends says after watching carrying cross on this week's main event adam cole. One hundred percent spot on about this guy you take away his entrance to smoke and scarlett and he is generic wrestler number sixteen. Wow this person. Says i am disgusted. After watching the clinic carrying cross entrance on main of does exactly why entrances are important because they can make or break. The character of a wrestler is overdone. Is the entrance had become on a weekly basis with scarlet. It's what made him stand out without it. He comes off as generic created wrestler. In w e two k does this does he bounce all over the ring and do weird stuff. Aka already gearing scarlet. His marc mero audit. Everybody think wolf. Now here's the problem i have with. Entrances is when the entrance is so big and so overdone that it can take away from the character. If you don't have the entire full entrance and that was a concern of my with carrying cross. I i to me. It's way too overdramatic in. Its way ridiculous and it could see pulling it off on big events in the big artistic that they do it with her out there mouthing the words in him snarling and the lights and all that late entrances are really important but when they become bigger than the competitor. That's when you get that pop when they come out and then nothing else you know and esteem. Wwe do a wonderful job with those performances. They're great but i think it was a little overdone and i think this is the result of it where you don't get the entrance because scarlets not there. They chop it down a little bit or something like this all of a sudden that this guy who was so good on the indies when matched up with the right people whether in pwg or triple aaa or whatever it was now all the sudden this guy is generic generic and get and. I don't believe that's the case i believe. He's got more potential there than what he's currently being given credit for by some people but they gotta be really careful with them and who they match up with. So that's gonna be the biggest problem with carrying cross whether scarlets there with them or not spurs says in typical fashion. The way turned baby face with a formal turn because there are feuding with heels higher up on the card at does happen. Yeah does absolutely too bad for austin theory. I and i know this is. I'm sure this is helping him. We know he can act. We know he can talk a little bit. He's got a great look. He's got all these things. And i just see him still handing it up after getting his fingers broken by p done or you know in that spot and it's like i you know i worry and it's interesting with him because he's gotta be somebody. Vince looks at whereas there may be some other people on the annex. T rosser that. He just doesn't get that. Paul can kind of hold down there. Are you going to be able to keep doing that. With austin theory. And keep them away from the wwe main roster and even if they don't is what he's doing now really going to be that much worse than what he'd be doing on the main roster if played for laughs which unfortunately too many people are way too early in their careers. All right so Somebody sent me a tweet here from puncture and it is the carrying cross entrance on main events of. You've not seen it. You can go to my twitter right now at bryan alvarez and watch it and let us know what you think and we are going to go to the phones. We'll on now people well. He was on the main roster before it means nothing. How long was austin theory. Does anybody remember as vince. If you ask vince when he remember. That austen theory is on the main roster. I seriously doubt it i remember. Don't actually i do who face i thought they brought him up too early and then they sent him back and now he's much better so that was at least an improvement. I write hunter lulu. Let's do this. you're on the air. What's going on all right south to the twitch home. They got two questions number one. This article saying that new. Wwe writer. yes yes. I'll do that next. What's your other question. Quit screaming at me about any the uk where the rumoring be priestly being blair davenport signing a contract or what. There's there's rumors on. Nfc uk's some some big contract her. Name's blair davenport of people are rumoring for it to be briefly. What is this right. I want to thank you very much for the com- yelling and screaming talk really fast. Don't you hate that brian. all right. Listen i'll say story about that in a minute. So first off. I would not be the least bit surprised. Events be priestly. I don't know for sure. But i would not be surprised. So there you go as far as queen. Yes as going to read this quote earlier. Thank you for reminding me new. Wwe writer tennis mobley appeared on the asian not as podcast and spoke about being hired by me. Yes i have just been hired by. Wwe given things that you know about me and my entire life and what i meant to yes. It is surprising. Yes also a surprise for me. They did not require me to know anything about wrestling. But i do have a background in film production and comedy writing and they were like perfect. Come on in. This isn't news has been like the case for twenty five years. They won't writers and you don't have to know wrestling to write a wrestling show as one of those things were. If i told a normal person there'd be like what me they want wrestling writers but you don't have to even ever watch anything about wrestling. It'd be like yeah and you know what you can also be the lead commentator of the wrestling show and not know anything about wrestling. So it's ridiculous but that's what they do and here's another person explaining that. In fact they got forty writers and at least a portion of them. Maybe all of them. For all i know don't know anything about wrestling and you wonder why it's barely a wrestling show have time so anyway. Years ago. I think everybody is well aware that i grew up as a huge fan of art bell and the reason that this show even exists. All of this right now is because i. I was a fan of art bell. And i wanted to be a wanted to do radio like art bell that senator etcetera so long time i did a podcast called after dark radio and at some point in the mid twentieth. Tens art bell came back on sirius satellite radio and it was a short-lived disaster and then he decided that he was going to do a live streaming internet show instead and so he created the dark matter radio network and i contacted the guy that did that and long story short. I moved after dark radio to the dark matter broadcasting network so they were looking for different house and everything like that. Anyway i did the first show and apparently art bell listened to it and you know what our bell told the man behind the dark matter radio network about my performance. That guy talks really fast. Like wow that's what. I got at art bill. That guy talks really fast. So i made a concerted effort to not talk so fast and now. I'm great at my job in honolulu. Busy talking way too fast. Maybe he can be a poor radio host someday as well at popped you so much. Though didn't matter that he said utah class. I remember that he actually really pommy was when i emailed him when he was going to go to sirius satellite radio and i said i'm on sirius satellite radio. I know you were wondering what it was going to be like. If you have any questions let me know. And he sent an email and it just read quote How is it in an email. This is my. This is my brush with fame. How is it actually can probably fine. I could probably find the actual email that he sent me. See if i can find it here. By the way spiritually that show still exists with our good friend. Carl stern. Ps rains every single sunday. That shows released and put up for subscribers effort. Oh you online dot com. Carl does an excellent job. You know what else he is. He's topped here. Here's what art wrote to me. Said thank so much it will be a blast to be back. Tell me about. Xm how do you like it. Art my brush with fame right. Everybody now did you. Email him back on the east west line as the west of the rockies. You dummy one joke nine. Screw up my one joke. You're my one joke today. Brian and Yes by the way it is as this person not the same advice in wrestling in radio slowdown kid. And you don't have to get all your in case you don't well. Some of us do mike well. My problem with cross is that he is a main roster guys stuck in annexed t on the main roster he could be decent but next to you is so work rate oriented that the only characteristics standout or the only character wrestlers as what he's calling carrying cross they stand out that much more. I may not be big on him. Like others in the karen cross club but he is not terrible. I hope that's not what they call his group. The karen cross club. I know well. No god no all right to the phones. Let me get this guy on here. Real quick you're on the air. What's up. Oh i finally made it. Brian hello mike. Our your day's going out to the twitch only i was gonna bring up a point. I'm more or less beating o'clock here. So i guess i would just ask but i was going to ask the first couple of type. I called it as far as Looking state go for like a new japan The twenty fifth show coming up is the coda and shingo tunnel. The thing goes going to retain or do you think Code is going to take from. The didn't really have a long reign in. Thanks for taking my call. Yeah i wanna thank you very much for the call every now and then i have my finger on a trigger finger on the button right there but he did a great job so the thing is with shingo is shingo was never going to be. I shouldn't say he was never going to be but he was not at this point going to be the i w. gp heavyweight champion. We had the champion vacate. So i think that whatever they were going to do with a bucci and osprey is what they're going to do with shingo so of osprey was gonna beat Bucci that's part of whatever story they're telling and so shingle will beat him and vice versa. Mo she's gonna win. We'll get my thoughts after the break observer live. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with door and publishing the nation's oldest publishing services company countless authors have trusted dorrance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team. 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Observer live with bryan alvarez and mike v on the sports byline broadcasting network show bryan alvarez here wrestling observer live maximum also wrestling and deserved mike comments on this Shingo question that our main man kind of main man. Honolulu asks the other guy. The other guy creek with what you were saying about the the plan. We saw that play with jay white when he won the title initially and was tied into the storyline with mega. We've seen it several times. But i don't know i don't know right now if you've done replanning they've done some replanning because of the schedule that they have where maybe you would have been right about. Uh uh spray. But i think you can go ahead take the title off shingo and build up to him getting another shot later on down the line against somebody and for me. Personally i put the title back on bucci and put everything you can behind him Right now that. That's what i would say. Although again things are so crazy over there in japan who knows what will happen but emission. The tonight to the brian vinnie show returns and we will be recapping annexed t and because of scheduling issues the next two weeks. We are moving granny to thursday. He missed granny on tuesday. She's going to be on the show tonight. And we're going to be reviewing noted the annex t show and talking to her about Whatever she wants to talk about. Which knowing granny could be anything. We got three degrees in bothell coming up this weekend so i'm sure she'll have something to say about that. So that's coming up tonight and you can watch a live if you were a top tier subscriber on youtube video dot. We're w online dot com to nine hundred ninety or watch. It live at nine pacific midnight eastern tonight and we will be back here tomorrow with more lots to get into twitch dot tv slash w. video. Thanks everybody for listening here today. Always talk to next time wrestling observer. 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Ed gardner from duffy's tavern stars in a serious episode of suspense from seventy seven years ago april twentieth thousand nine hundred forty four the palmer method and we thank you for tuning in on this tuesday twentieth day of april one hundred tenth day of the year two hundred fifty five days remaining congress passed an act creating the wisconsin territory on this date in eighteen. Thirty six robert e lee resigned his commission in the army on this date in eighteen sixty one in order to command the forces of the state of virginia in the civil war. 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Three hundred becoming the first female driver in history to win an indycar race among those passing away on this date in history author bram. Stroker's the very funny. Benny hill wrestler. Rick rude which was a very very sad situation. He was injured badly in the ring and in fact took a very bad mop outside the ring and came back but it was never quite the same also ventriloquists comedian senior. Wentz's i got to meet the man whom he handed down his art to and that was michelle fong. I haven't heard from michelle in years wrestler. Chyna joanie lower and singer actor from the main ingredient was the name of a singing group. He was in. You know as son probably better than you know him. Cuba gooding senior. This is the birth date of adolf hitler. We will not be having parties for him. No hera lloyd vine actor and in fact I've been listening to some episodes of the old gold radio theater Which will go comedy theater. I should say some of them are really good. Some of them are real stinkers. I'll try to get you a couple of good ones are also musician. Lionel hampton wonderful job. On the vibraphone actress betty lou gerson born on this date musician puente the broadcaster and none mother and jessica and singer luther vandross happy birthday number eighty four to oh by george to a probably best known for his time on the original star trek The man who sang poetry in motion and talk back trembling lips. Johnny tillotson eighty-three see. If i sing it. They can't say anything you can say something but that's beside the point the music not so the ones we worry about anyway. Johnny tillotson eighty three years old. Today actor ryan. O'neal is eighty jessica lang seventy two. George make fly in the original back to the future. Crispin glover fifty seven from lord of the rings. Andy circus is fifty seven from criminal minds. Shamar more fifty one years of age. Carmen electra still looking nice. Forty-nine very much actor joey lawrence is forty five model miranda kerr thirty eight and from flashing arrow. Carlos valdez is thirty two. Though some of the people who celebrate the twentieth day of april is their birthday. If this is your birthday hi where the four freshmen. And win just wanted to say from seventy seven years ago april twentieth. Nineteen forty four. Ed gardner not playing rt. Let the same one. That played archie tavern and episode of suspense. The palmer method. I'm wyatt classic radio theater on a tuesday. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners. And we want to help you. 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And the ad council all right on this tuesday edition of classic radio theater. An episode of suspense from seventy seven years ago april twentieth. Nineteen forty four. The man who played archie on duffy's tavern gardner in his first domestic role. The palmer romo then Robo wide made in california or enjoyment throughout the world are romo wines. Host the world the wind but your table is romo wine made in california for enjoyment who else the world is the man in black here for the roma wine company of fresno california introduced this weekly half hour of the night from hollywood roma winds. Bring you a star mister ed. God better known view. Perhaps as option reprise of duffy's tavern the elites are won't two weeks. Mr gardiner denied makes his debut as a dramatic actor. You will not appear tonight as a dinner roll entirely different from any he has ever played before and so with the suspense blade called a palm amended and with a performance. Ed gardner as a pen. Pushing gentleman named joe palmer gain. Hope that keep you in then will be back at eight o'clock okay. That'll be okay. Would be waiting for me. Worry behave. i'll be here. Ooh friend harry. I'm sitting here in the last ten minutes. Not gonna make self out laughing and wishing for somebody to tell it to and then get to thinking of you. So i'm gonna write a whole story airing it got to admit that yours truly is one smart guy nevada now and they're going to bring me so much. Don't gotta bring it in a suitcase. Oh kid of course. It's the spanish more. But even in the united states it comes to about ten grand. But i start from the beginning so you can get the whole play and you don't say that your old palace one smart guy. I am a monkey's uncle it It all begins about four months ago and york when i'm on a lamb and expecting any minute that heavy hand is gonna form shoulders and i'm trying to think of something to do about. It own happens. I'm down about three bucks. Which makes the thinking a very tough proposition. even for a bright guy like me. anyways Things being what they are right naturally only go out at night so one night. I'm walking bach and union square. Still not getting very far. A landslide landon swap in forty six. Eight action extra. Hyper mr paper. Latest election coins. What elections are you kidding. The election for president roosevelt and land head. Get a paper and whites. Edit punk mike you. I should go excited. Every time they have an election. Wouldn't strain your mind none. They only happened once every four years. Don't be such a wide you wanna pay for. Don't you should take j. Thanks and let. That'd be a lesson to you not to get wise with guys that my you some good someday thanks anyway. Takes one of my own volunteers. The heroic spanish people in their fight against toyota. If the fascism i'll pick and mussalini allowed the triumphing. Spank all the run. All your and wants democracy is question. Your head won't be long before. Democracy is attack in the united states. Hitler himself hey you yeah what that guy on spanish loyalist diming. Oh they fight. I read the papers inviting the fascist revolt. And i got a paper. I think i'm gonna literate kind of mixed up once in a while and then put out a lot of propaganda. Confuse hitler unless leaning on franco's side anybody can see what the score is now yards on anybody fascist law madrid. And just we sometimes. I didn't have a wife and kids. I'd go over there and just a couple of those guys over to spain they They send your by your ticket hall like that. Sure they be a transportation. They raised in line for that. You don't happen to know where they sign up for this. Don't you sign you up right there. Hey you wanna go over all the bay one nine one get the play harry not dumb. I not only lamb out of the country. Though i cool off but i get a free ticket when i always say how you kind. What real brains can always get by. Of course i know strictly from nothing about this war but naturally figgers just wanted them. Tango revolutions like seeing them always. What a couple of guys riding around shooting off their rods at nothing particular pretty soon. Everybody goes home but Sometimes i wish had read more the front page of the papers a little more. But when i get off the boat at spain by the name of barcelona i find out they saints such a funny. If the raw is fascist mob is really not going to join around. Shelton going on dropping bombs from aeroplanes. And the next thing you know. They got me in uniform standing there on the railroad station when a bunch of other guys it is like belmont seemed that we have going away somewhere up. Here makes your name please. Pathway george patton number three thirty six car seven compartment three next. Please palmer joe palmer. Did you spell it. B a l m yvonne like the palm. I'm jarred thirty seven out of seven compartment three. We've partway netflix. The going go my calling man. Look my name is joe palm. We're supposed to ride in the same compartment. Something splendid at cost seven minutes down this. I imagine i can't make an taylor out of the thinking rattling course. You're on joe. Yeah let me give you a ham of the thanks. Hey kind only hit this one. Pretty serious don't they. Rather what did you expect from what i see him. Boss possible hone. It looks like ain't careful. Somebody's at the lab to get killed in. This is bad. What about madrid that. Dying there by the thousands. Yeah i win madrid. What plane is going of. Course they're sending us to keep them out of university city if we can. You say they're not gonna want up day about a thousand right so getting good. You know why that well well no. No but i. I'm just thinking that did three thirty six. No no father married three thirty seven. Oh no no. I'm all in order. I wait a minute. You've got us make it look like that seem to have got mixed up and they got us. Mix you pathway. Yeah yeah now won't be funny. All right would be very funny. The night forces suspends romo wines bring. Us star radios famous archie. At godman whom you will hurt in the prologue to the parliament it by ernest martin and rob l. Richards night's adventure in suspense Harry dare i was on a train heading straight from madrid where knocking guys off every five minutes. Which is naturally a little upsetting to us. That's the yourself. And anyways i get to thinking about this pathway guy i'm riding. I can see to something different about him from the rest of these guy so i get to about. What in the worl- you doing you've been working away at the last half an hour. Just practising practising diploma method. What in heaven's name is the palmer. You never heard of the method penmanship. You know they wait to right when we get some guy named palmer that say these ovals and wines pretty sonnet wind you. How'd y'all on. Mike you right. In fact freddie hunt you a little old for that sort of thing depends on how you look at it with me. It's a business urine instructor in penmanship. Yeah that's instruction what's so funny. Well look when punk kid. And ps four. You know the only subject can pass his penmanship and i actually name being palm and all that kind of a standing joke in the school. You know the kids. Have holly joe plumbing. He's wants and everything. But writing that's firmament see and that's how it started but now i still liked keep in practice because well like i say this time with me. It's a business owner. I still don't fight to see how much business you ask questions don't you i'm terribly sorry. Oh man i don't mean to pry what about you mean about me asking you a couple of questions of course anything. You like ring wish. That's right yeah. I could tell that right away really. Yeah i could also tell. You're not exactly a stumbled bomb. I n that you're managing chips. You mean wealthy. Matter of fact he is rather Maybe even lord or something wall no nothing like that really lesser nobility. You know let's show you have been to this madrid before. Never have anybody anybody. They're not a soul as a matter of fact At it again. I i never did tell me about that palmer business. You mean how come it's business. I write checks write checks. Yeah but other people's names on them. I might add that. I'm about the top man. In the profession to your. Yeah i guess they call it the same thing and england. Don't they forgery us. You're right you don't know anybody in this madrid. And i figure he ain't gonna know much about me and he ain't gonna say much anyhow along. I still don't know quite how i'm going to do it. But then i get one of them. Breaks harry that even a smart guy need sometimes by the time. It's night we're right along with the lights out glacken inside of a nicholson garen. I wait to see if maybe pad way. We'll go to sleep with something to the next thing. I know i must those myself as i hear a noise and as i look out i see it's daylight already and what come into a big pathways awake. Tony looking over you. You drop something palmer. No i thought you know. Well oh hello. We must be getting into madrid madrid. Jarring out pulling into the station mouth. Oh that's great. That's fine sailboat. You look at the wrong. No no no. I'm fine. was that above most likely a bomb bombing the city. Yeah hey hey. Hey by my side. I i don't think they are. Why don't we. We're going to have to keep down on the floor and hope for the best. The best bet to be off of goods ironic. Not wait what happens to that. Train should happen thinking president. I look around pad way over by the door out like you ain't long for this guy. May i'm lucky. I don't have as brat so naturally now is when i go to. I go joys pockets in take out his papers passports and lettuce and while with quite a bit of donut. Take a couple of things to me on park nine. Put them in his only. just then. Headway starts coming out of it. What would you do if your may say opposed to violence as much as anybody but he is looking at me dying on a live long anyway. Only family phone. Tap mono- noggin. He's gone again but good this time until joan. Because there's some guys coming down to the rescue. One of the guys pokes his head numbing door a come again writing here. Yeah i guess what happened. You're lucky to be alive or yeah. Yeah i know but this guy. He wasn't so lucky bad or right. Gene-o him yeah. Yeah but i. I forget what name he told me. He's got his papers on him. I think all justice lewis us partner. Oh yeah that was it or fellow why he died in a good cost right. Dan bradley certainly died in a good coercion. Own from seventy seven years ago. Today april twentieth. Nineteen forty four suspense here on classic radio theater on this tuesday. 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Stiffening radiation troops breaking through. Japanese roadblocks in bloody bayonet in southeast asia relieving surrounded co hema germans ordering an alert from arctic norway to the spanish border varying gigantic allied assault. And any place and any our new battle for z. o. Beachhead patrol trust by both sides grow bolder and seventh army bombers in the pacific marine and navy planes attacking the marshall islands hitting japanese gun positions and buildings justice. Edward eicher an immediate start yesterday on selection of a jury for the trial of thirty persons charged with conspiring against the nazis. Against american democracy over defense objections that the panel had been subjected to intimidating investigation. The court issued the ruling after directing immediate arraignment of edward james. The thirtieth defend was arrested. Tuesday at our sable forks new york and boosting. Smyth's mon to ten thousand dollars. The international labor organization one of the few affiliates of the league of nations still functioning opens. Its twenty six conference today in philadelphia with the proposal on his agenda which would completely divorce it from the league. The proposal endorsed informal. Meetings of early arrivers from the forty participating nations will take the handling of finances from league jurisdiction and make the i l o fully independent world organization ninety young australian woman. Bridezilla fiance's of us servicemen arrived yesterday in san francisco curious in hopeful about life in this country. Clothes and food were there first interest as they look forward to a life about which so many glowing tails and been told of them by the americans in australia. He reverend irish stout local clergyman totta grade school class. A teacher who was ill in benton kentucky when the teacher returned to school she asked her class. How they liked the substitute. Oh fine one little girl said but he knew a lot more about god than he did about columbus. The draft board really has the to boston. Major league baseball clubs in the palm of its hands of the fifty two players sent contracts by the braves and red sox. Only one mike reba. The red sox over the thirty eight year drop limit. Otis keen bar. Harbor maine has given away and sold more blood than he hasn't. his body. Middle-aged man is made fifty two blood donations of about a pint. Each of which thirteen we're donated the red cross across blood bank at bangor king must travel fifty three miles each way to and from his home to make each donation. Olymp in anchorage alaska imbibers. Who have been dishing out as much as twenty dollars for fit. The black market whiskey now can quench their thirst for three dollars. Sixty five cents. A fifth the new figures courtesy of the opposite price administration which is placed ceiling prices on most brands of sold in the territory in sports. The internationally opens at sixty first. Annual seasons day with most club rosters heavily bolstered by veterans who are overage in the military draft and youngsters who have not yet reached. Eighteenth birthday a liberal sprinkling of four apps also contained on each roster and the postmaster general james farley hearty laugh much to his own surprise in the speech in philadelphia yesterday addressing twelve hundred rotarians and praising the aviation industry farley said every town and village in this country has its airport. The audience ward seems philadelphia. The third largest city in the nation has been without an airport since december when the missile field was closed. Down for reasons of military security farley hesitated for a moment then said something seems to be wrong. Maybe philadelphia was left out when the airports were distributed while you'll have to learn to land planes on on your post office through. 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Today april twentieth. Nineteen forty four. Ed gardner starring in the palmer method again hiring joe palmer who is wanted by the new york cops is dead and george pathway. The bigshot englishman is made. So i out quick while hotel i get me a change of clothes and i figured maybe i'd better take a look joe to rest of pat way stuff to see if maybe i can get an angle. Well i find this letter on them from some guy named eve. Valenti toast is let lettuce says go look forward to meeting pathway and names at time and a place now anybody else how it is let might have drew for quite a loss with not yours. Truly because i know that blanco's has never seen pathway valetta practically says that and pad way himself told me he don't know nobody in madrid. John and i figured as format goes is probably just a guy to get me out of this army so Why do i feel. I simply taking pen in hand and i write a letter very nice sydney in george pathways handwriting. Like also says. I will likewise look forward to meeting you at the time and place. You say signed george pathway. Next night i got to keep the date no foreign. How does madrid is really in tough shape since his fascist mob has been given it the business people as all poor and hungry especially the women kid so naturally i feel sorry for them as i brushed them off and walk into this hotspot well take a quantitative online. Delaware makes biking. I must've like goes nap. Practicing with me Pencil and paper making me lines and circles and the next thing you know i ain't alone. Hello foam whoa. That's what's cooking. What would you do just practicing a secret quote. Hey yeah that's right. The code i each three. You ain't so pretty yourself bay Only i got some business tonight. Aren't you going to ask me to drink. Yeah but what about getting out of here and going someplace else. What about your business. Well what a fav- like you're afraid to business will have to wait a little within about my going up to my hotel room. You mean room. Three fifty nine. Wait a minute how did you know what is your name. George pod way so you are well known senior for sure but My name is eliana but finally not but Now about last name is vivian. Well i'll be a monkey's uncle blanco. Some supposed to meet here. Well in that case. lena. Just call me joe George of course but now. You're i think perhaps we had better go to that hotel room of your thrown. Oh sure sure be a good idea but only for business of course naturally but there is one thing. i cannot wait to do. What's that congratulate. You oh thanks for what the through train. Job of course. Oh wow wasn't that the rally but there is still something i do. Not understand was very. How did you manage to blow it up while you yourself for on a well Look let's go up to their own life. Talk at all George you still have told me how you blew up different and did not get yourself tally. Everything But i've studied while you are so successful you have your little secret Trade secrets as secrets in every trade. You know let's of course. I forget you your training with the taco in berlin. The yeah yeah ban. They taught me a couple of things. Tell me what are you in contact with the ceremony group when you are in belly roy saw something in them naturally and what about deutsches fire industry very fine for him. I guess. There's a lot of dawn us side Oh but of course we have the money the other Discount they have the rags on their backs and fewer riders. They get from the bolsheviks show but about this money studiously The fact is i'm I'm a little short wait. We have more work for you to do. i'll show but I don't you think that that is why you have so suspicious me. You'll want for money. Let's the usual way. But of course i can arrange that. How much do one. Oh how much do you figure job. And half as much as fifty thousand. How much is down in the united states. I mean pounds. But the thousand times. A i don't think can dope it. I kinda go. South and pumps is a lot of money to take the expenses. What expensive well things like. Well this dynamite for instance. You know. I don't get that stuff for peanuts. You beating me. I will get you all the dynamite. You one for nothing well. How about the element of personal risk. This racket ain't exactly the healthiest world media. Now dan you write your church you. Tcl risky profession to be a fascist several It's what i'm telling you. How much do you want. I don't see how. I can play ball for less than one. Hundred thousand of them Say well well let swirly sometimes dope here within an hour okay. it's a deal and then Maybe you still have time to go out and a little bender. Fifty three will make it small bills whether they're at to handle. It's a lot of money. But my friend. And i will bring it in suitcase as well and One thing i'll i'm be What is nice job. You might have to help me get out of country for a little while you know. I got satan managements that i got it would be no trouble there. I can assure you rail peddling. i won't forget it. I know you want george or jorge. There is wanting just a little formalities. i can be sure to get the money. Well sure anything right. And it is not funny so they will no eye contact. You know what What does the note say or just like pie. Padre has contacted young and we are agreed on future procedure. It'll be alright okay. I have done alina goals. And we are agreed and cure roast. Segeant nine your okay. thank you george. Well run along now. I will be back at eight o'clock. Okay it'll be okay. You will be waiting for me. Don't worry babe. I'll be here like me. How are you can see while i'm Practically kill myself laughing. While i'm writing this letter of course while i'm not i'd race Handwriting i can hardly keep me face straight. You know it so right up in the only thing that worries me a little as conscience if you can call that what i got actions senec town of it really makes me sorta way this fascist mob. I'm hooked up with his kicking the rest of the people around. However i'm up to me is now too so i got to think about yours. Truly i right. But maybe when i get a click on dale figure out a way to get a crack at these guys me self unaccounted. Believe me harry. Each fascist is really a bunch of no good crumbs. And i guess dental even have to go. Lena let now the hours about up. And i think i hear somebody coming down the hall. Now i'll tell you to pay off all this when i seen little all new york. In the meantime. Harry get show on and try not to die from envy of your old friend joe palmer. I'm coming right on time. padre dc senior senior point data. Oh you at the have any trouble getting a down. No no travel. Wow maybe we better open it up and county you know just in case. I think we should go on opening. Hey hey what's that tommy gun. Where's the doe quite to matter at. You afraid my fascist flames rush. When what about you. Thank you not quite. I am an agent of the republic of spin in your padre. We had been waiting a long time to throw up you friend but now we bring you your reebok. Alina wait a minute. Wait a minute to put the john away. You gonna let me explain. I ain't no. I just bad way. We name is joke prime. i'm. I'm an american. Just come on a fight for your side. No can you. Can you can find out from your friends in new york. I'm unaccounted even killed pathway or the letter to me. Who wrote the note for me tonight in the handwriting that we even compared with all our correspondents with padre just to make sure sure. But that's me. Racket handwriting forgery. I'm telling you. I'm joe plummer. Can you prove your guess. Maybe a the kind heads. Like i said the pathway. I'm the best in the business. It's kind of funny now. They're wasting time okay. This is us talking. This has been a. He'll outsmarted me. Self but i want you to know one thing i was. I was really kinda wanna level on. Wake thought the end but What's the difference. Just one thing. I want you to know your own information. I'm swearing get the guy. You're bumping off his joe palmer if the international pick grade like the home but when let's say that voting he was very very smart And so closes. The palmetto starring gardner tonight. Stay law of well Dishes that gun radius archie. Speaking again it's been a great pleasure to ban suspense. Count one of my favorite shows and Next week I hope you'll all be listening and so The shell like the gang. Duffy's all star will be gene kelly. Thank you suspense is produced and directed by williamsburg. Don't forget their next thursday for gene. Kelly in a pen by romo wines r. o. m. a. maiden california for enjoyment throughout the world. Bbs the columbia broadcasting before he became an actor he was with the j walter thompson advertising agency he began producing for the stage in the early nineteen s. He produced dramatic. Play a coast-wise on broadway and wrote and directed broadway comedy after such pleasures. Well gardner worked as a director writer and producer for radio programs in the early forties in one thousand nine hundred forty one. He created a character. That would become archie of duffy's tavern. He found fame on wsb tavern proclaiming portraying the wise cracking malapropism prone bartender archie the successful program aired on cbs. For a year on nbc. For a couple of years. Nbc blue for a couple of years and moved to the nbc network from forty four to fifty one and He sounds like every working class new yorker he had known. 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Black on red and red on black. This is solitaire so so there is a game wins and no they put a red card red card or a black on. Black kerr's aim. Gd mr grant secretary asks you to convey just that he wants to see rather tragic sense as suppose he does by tragic unity wants to see me. He is blind. Tell him to come here and his own meanings okay. What want to wolf about a murder a murder. That may still be prevented haji justice. Second what i have run. The cod penalty is at his own rams degree or wants to prevent ladies and gentlemen that renown genius who is the bulkiness. Hockey's most ponderous and most brilliant detective in the world. Yes none other than that chair. Borne massive of unpredictable intellect narrow will created by wreck styles and brought to you and a new series of adventures of this nbc network. In the person of mr sydney greenstreet and months and long. While mr wolf. I talked about this affair when we do. We call it the case of lost air but i don't think titles quite adequate for me. It ought to be called the case of gone goose and the goose g. do you see any rate unread. Dr black on black. So so what you eat me. I d okay. You want your little game of solitaire. Perfectly as you say and who is horace trail and prominent industrial is. If you read the papers you would know krahl cray. Oh yeah the krill company. Exactly how did you know. He was blind if he is cantu story the headlines read blind. Padded welcomes lost daughter. All yeah i remember a few days ago. There was a picture to remember girl at least well. If it's the one. I remember i remember g. Oh well. it probably isn't true by the way. Let me tell you what. I found out about the facts of life. Mr cramp was hit at seems to will. Oh yes this is mr quayle. I'm his secretary who games. There's a step in to krill of god. Who is this man. I'm archie goodwin. Mr wolf assistant mr wolf waiting point. Where is mr wolf. Mr goodman the way the blind man in a secretary paulo. Horace grail was tall white-haired. His face was heavily in line but the lines were not those of care or worry. He will very dark glasses through which he might not have been able to see even if he had had his sight gains. The secretary was his late twenties surprisingly young surprisingly handsome for the kind of a job he had. I let them into mist wolf's office made introductions and sat down. What can i do as you see mr wolf. I blind i. You have my deepest sympathy. I don't give your sympathy mr wolf though Thank you of course. I mentioned my condition because the fixed the position. In which i find myself gone you. Yes mr kyle. Tell mr wolf about my daughter. Incidentally mr wolf. I asked my secretary to do this because in this way you will get a first hand account now. Let's see a few days ago. Tuesday to be exact at about three o'clock in the afternoon. A young woman walked into the house and she wanted to see her father. I spoke to her myself. She said her name was magda trail. I asked a certain questions. Why asked yasser questions. Because you thought. And i thought that my daughter died thirteen years ago either. The girl who came back to me is my daughter. Or she's an impostor and you belong in jail any doubt in your mind about it goes. That's why you said something about preventing minute. I have a stepson named anthony. George whom i intended to eat my money not because i liked him changing because i had nobody else to leave it to shift. You're doing it my daughter. If she is like off talking about about my daughter and my stepson. Same thing i d. maybe. I don't know mr grant is i am not a man named sent me able to make ends meet. What do you mean. Explain how you i think mr wolf means that. If you don't want to be frank with you made rather not waste his time Apologize seemed spot with you. See a blind man can only judge about what he hears smells. Sean must be a little more cautious than i would have to be. Otherwise i'm aiming to graham. Patience is running my virtues. Now you're doing your non daughter. What's her name. She calls herself magda krill. Which was my daughter's name. What makes you things using daughter will ten million partly and once again is my state may be worth more than that but Surely not less. You surely not less mr corral rather more. I should say ten million made him appear to an ambitious scare. Sure but i'm not a girl and i'm not ambitious. Nobody could accuse you of items for. Mr grassley are getting no your story from the beginning. Our tickets announce g. I true when i went up with a beer. The kitchen was a mess. And incidentally i saw what was being prepared for lunch when i got back to the office crillon. His boy were gone one bare for mr wolf. What happened jean. Had a sandwich and spurred that you know what you're having for lunch of course plan b b optimists delicious. I'll take your word for what happened to the blind tycoon. Did your book where you are. Gee i wanted to give you a few notes. A second okay. Item item unique. Repeat everything after me. Yes must've hate him. Hardest granite was born blind. Hide his writing the six year. Old daughter magda disappeared in their private plane. Thirteen years ago magnetic nice choosing. I didn't no matter what he says to the country. How does great is going to be killed things to crannies right archie nero wolfe time for thirty two pm. The note you dictated on the krill case on your blotter. Three pages of them. You are with your orchids. I am on my way to the krill domicile to meet the other characters in this turgid drama as per instructions. I will bring them here. If possible. love archie. Hey my name is good wenatchee. Good when. I believe. I'm expected this way. Please thanks kill me. You're near a wolf by a couple of hundred pounds. i'm archie goodwin is assistant decree. Nobody's assisted at awful. You gains creatures wolf. Wants to talk to me. He does waiting for you know. Hurry though nari it all just display and don't worry about it black hair. Green eyes skin like magnolia. beautiful beautiful. Finish what he was playing. I watched Build if we can get along together archie. Three you're so i am. I seem to do anything about it. Whereas anthony anthony. george. I thought both my repulsive half brother and i were supposed to meet niro wolf on here in case anybody wants to know over there in the shadows listening with all his ears. That anthony. george. Shall we go and talk to nero. Wolfe anthony goodwin. You'll look like a normal person. Well that's open to question but go on if you had to choose between ten million dollars and killing a woman by due process of law. Which would you choose. I'll think about it between now and july nineteen ninety four. 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For seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something. Happy seventy bigeye. Let's bring it in for a bear hug. Come for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. A collection of cherished family recipes passed new generation watch recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot gov. You'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you by the usda hhs and the ad council. They're listening to classic radio theater on your favorite station. The new adventures of nero wolfe april twentieth. Nineteen fifty one. Yes mr will ryan. You ate into now and to last choosy. Let your father know that you were living. Does it make any difference. Thirteen years ago. I was six. What she means is that she was six when she didn't die. Anthony sweet obviously but magda cradle did with my mother. His mother anthony says he doesn't remember me as a child. But i remember him the breath. What about me. When i was about four five eight or nine i suppose. Do you remember dressing up. In one of daddy's tail coats sword and mothers hat with a plume so hers did. You're still not my sister to where he anthony when her father dies. I'll support you. Jesus i made a mistake a mistake. You know what. I wanted to talk to these young people. I don't take them away. Tv animated nike on my salary. As part of that investigation would be to mr hottest chip at backed. It was a pleasure. We dropped anthony george off the trail place mac. Nine went on and you can't make enemies that way. Mr will take me off whether you really are grail's daughter. Expect you to find out. I don't know. Do you think he knew he probably add some idea. But i don't know what it could have been archie. You think i'm telling the truth but wait a minute. Maybe i don't think you like. I just don't think give me my hand thanks. I've got something that might interest. Both mr wolf noser snapshots that were taken of me before i six. I look at me. Can't you see those pictures of jobs that young. Say that dick pic. Whatever just is. I found him in. One of mr creoles photograph my. Here's something but one lying on my tummy on the white baskin rod. Babies get their picture taken that way he give it way to say. Let's just mark under your shoulder blade. My clear look honey interested in babies. Because i always thought i should have been a mother and i have. You still got that mark on your back. At least i suppose so. I didn't go away. are you going. I'll be right back. New data is it but never mind. What do you one daughter do. I don't think any stealing never all right then no. I don't think the girl is grail's daughter. That's why i jay gritty g. You have seen it enough to claim a berth market. Isn't there still easy to prove. Deserted me aren't you. You know you gain don't you hello goodwin making hay while the moon shines you know if you work that into a routine it could be pretty dealt. You don't like me do you. Do i have to know not in the least. That's good mr wolf. And i feel it's wrong to like any of our clients especially in nightclub really why because they might sit down at your table while you're making a telephone call. I've saw mine finish once again. I'm sorry forget it. Mr krause seems to think that Magnus trying to rookie. Apparently i'm here to what are you thinking as well to me. It's a matter of importance. One way or the other as mr krell. What he wants his proof. And of course there's no such thing as proof that is absolute. Do you want me to add it up for you. Yeah that's exactly what i want you to do for me. Added thirteen years ago. Mrs crane and her small daughter magda boarded a chartered plane in saint louis to fly across the ozarks to hot springs arkansas. They took off. And that's the last that was heard of them all the pilot all the plane. Okay add some more. Mr krell had the whole area search for months. The search itself cost almost fifty thousand dollars in the plane was not found. They finally decided that it must have fallen into the mississippi where it would sink to the bottom and didn't stay. Wait a minute mackney. Don't you remember anything about this trip. Last i remember his mother putting me in a strange city hotel. And that's okay. What's the next archie. Didn't my father go over this whole business with mr. Will i suppose he did. Do we have to do it again. Must be some reason why he wanted me to take you to a nightclub. Nine nine hundred something. I haven't already said one hundred times. Maybe what's the next thing you remember after your mother. Put you to bed in a strange city. I have a confession to me this. I believe go ahead. Ten million dollars is a love money. So i've been told. I don't really remember a single solitary thing before i was six years old and going to school in rogers arkansas. Not anthony george tails sort. Not your mother putting it abedin hotel in saint louis. Ten million dollars archie. So you're not mccray have tried to make the story sound a little more convincing. I should have the same. How anybody else so far. I can't see why you shouldn't be anybody else. Miss grail when. I'll bring up the matter. The diary ooh jewish the diary. You don't know that. Mr wolf is told you nothing at all about this case has probably told me all i needed to know what about a diary. You see mr goodwin. Miss crayons memory begins at about the age of seven. A black head. Green eyed pigtail brand named nagy. Lomax only child of walter naval lomax of rogers. Arkansas am i correct smacks. Miss frail cast a character is that is that is what about this diary. Long sob story. Short walt mabel lomax diamond automobile accident a few weeks ago. Leaving them only maggie take money. I look through the house to find anything could sell. And i came across a hidden box. The diary was in the box along with some clothes that might fit a six year. Old girl a close look like what the girl was last seen wearing enough. Well there's a photograph in one of mr crawls albums taken in saint louis the day before the flight but forum ten million those clothes could be reproduced stitch cheating. Take him out in the alley. It would be pleasure. Now wait a second achi with one on tied behind you. I think you could probably beat me into a pulp. Is it all right if we don't prove it. We're talking about the diary archie. Okay what about achi. I don't even claim the handwriting is mine. What's handwriting six years old. Still the first page is one of those things that has name name parent home address and like that color of hair. Is you know. Certainly every child had one one or a dozen. Maybe they still do you feel in the first page. And then you never write another word on the ritchie. I doubt if they cost a quarter. There was a place that said. My first date favorite pastime. He called me baby. Missed gain this. I noticed that. I think he'd believe your story. No matter what you told get lost what you missed two games. What's that get. Laws drop dead turned blue. I can take a hint. Good night archie. And ms lohan chrissy. Hasn't prissy wearing. he doesn't seem to believe your story. He believes what he's told to believe his job. You believe me. Don't you beautiful just the way you are. Now let's talk about the diary. I hate you. I hate you too. Dan diary whereas do you call this romance man. I call it working overtime whereas here. My hand here pushover. We look at it together and that crowning you what's a little crowding cozy isn't it. Now look at the coverage. I my diary nineteen thirty four. I suppose somebody gave it to for my birthday. Let's just not suppose anything. Sally all right. Aren't you page one name. Negga grail date of birth. October nineteen twenty eight but you read it anything. You can write honey data birth and so on father horace gray on mother. Mabel crayons have black is green. My favorite pastime playing with playing archie. You wouldn't call that writing. Would you not real writing. It's more like pretty. I think my mother guided by hand when i rotate. Its way. it looks alright. Well now dance running. While we danced. While i held at disturbing girl in my arms i tried to believe case was just as simple as it seem. Somehow she'd survived plane crash a head injury then a normal life with a couple of naturally. Wouldn't tell that she wasn't really. There's i tried to believe. It was trying hard when archie. Look there's anthony george alone in the corner. You had a lot of experience. Archie is a killer. What i think. We heard her the first time april twentieth. Nineteen fifty one the new adventures of nero wolfe. 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Please cam adjourned bright light. I am not amused august. I'm sorry all. I want kia shop focused picture of that benchmark. And a you get it for me in you and know that birthmark birthmark. What about it. I wish i had one. That was worth ten minutes. Said this is nothing to me since my father doesn't believe in his daughter kind of identification doesn't mean anything to you're forgetting the people he trusts. You gains his birthmark is there. Couldn't he look at it. Compared with those awful baby pictures to say. Yes your daughter. I got news for you. Archie has looked at. He says it looks the same as the one of the baby pictures because he told your father that the also totally a fake that some i found out that the six year old daughter of a millionaire died in a plane crash. Thirteen years ago. And i found out. She had a strawberry birthmark on her back. And i had to so. I decided to say that i was magda craiova. That's absurd. of course you can see how it's going to work out. Catchy my father went to mr wolf. Simply don't have improved that. I am doing whatever you gains the only thing afraid of. What are you afraid of baby and afraid half brother might kill him. The flory as a chance to change his will isn't that a somewhat mercenary to take. Maybe i'd feel differently about it if my father had found knee instead of waiting for me to find him. You tried to. Let's get back to that birthmark. Are you allergic to floodlights. I know a photographer who has a studio and founded agi. Here's nobody else did economy this late. What do you want here. You come home bring them with you. They may be important tomorrow. Have you heard. hers is talk about it. I gave good night at four. Pm the next day it was quite a lot of confusion and narrow wolves office it his direction. I'd set up a picture screen at one end of the room on his desk at the other end rather strangely construct projected at four thirty. The guests arrived magda anthony. George you gains and of course suspect a crime ready to make an arrest if he could figure out whom to arrest. Hello inspector magda anthony. George you and which is all about what's going on on. She had me inspector. I think mr wolf wants to show slides of his trip to yellowstone park. But here he is wrong. Say wolf you. Want to know what i think. Allen allegiance. sit down won't you. You're gonna have the night thank you now. This is a picture of magnetic claire lying on at the age of six months. Hey jeans the focus. So and we have accused of beth as smooth as cutter asian. It looks as if it might have been painted. Now look wolf. You said if i came here you give me the guy. Oh kill horace crayon and your show me your picture of babies back inspect that out of aiming to keep my promise go ahead. Well we look at his enlargement of a best mac on babies back and is eight. Mr harris crater was blind and never saw it. so what. what's he getting. That goodwin inspected. If i knew. I tell you listen. Mr grant had a trusted secretary. Eight hugh eight. I'm here have caused mr gains idea. He needed a tragedy. Mrs crane and a daughter and he decided to bring back to life. What makes you think. So mr wolf. You had access to the album and o'neill enough. Mr cabrera had a best told him that may be true but whatever. It is unimportant now. I wanted to show you another picture. g. rating from left to right. This is a picture of cradles back very pretty to as you can see there has to be a small best mock someone under the left shoulder blade. I changed focus. And as it becomes larger match. not a birthmark. That's till you can see it dead carrying costs and miss. The games had a brilliant idea how to make use of a tattooed. Best mac and miss magnetic help him out blind as he was. How does crayola saw three. that's right. He'll gained had to get him. James mr wolf all right all right. Well inspector cramer mr gains. Is you man Never be happy gene. It's right there in front of you. Know i was thinking girl can get herself tattooed. Can't she is that a crime. What does it prove g. I ever told you i love you. I'm going to bed night You you have been listening to the new adventures of niro wolf starring sydney greenstreet. The night's transcribed story by minded law was based on the characters created by rex. Tom this is an edwin vitamin production houston directed by j donald wilson in the cast. Where harry bartell as archie goodwin and martha shaw the rodman. Peter leads grace. Stafford and bill johnstone. Dan stanley speaking april twentieth. One thousand nine hundred fifty one the new adventures of nero wolfe on classic radio theater. As you know one of the worst things you can say any business or in life for that matter is but we've never done it that way before right. There's a better way this is why using medishare for your healthcare bill is such a great idea. 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All know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell if these vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen you can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meats and seafood and their juices doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans die from food poisoning this year. But you can keep your family safer check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs council dear. Smokey bear for teaching us how to prevent wildfires. For seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something. Happy seventieth bigeye. Let's bring it in for a bear. Come off for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. A collection of cherished family recipes passed through generation watch recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot gov. You'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you. By the usda hhs and the ad council alan classic radio theatre peg lynch and alan bunce the couple next door from april twentieth nineteen sixty cbs radio. Brings you the couple next door written by peg lynch and starring peg lynch and alan Wake up wake up. Honey uggla and i just found out not only was vaccine here in america before columbus but there was another man to karlstad me. That was his name. Exciting time is three thirty. I guess to after three. Listen to my job into bed at all. Did you hear what i said here. The school marks betsy wrong because she puts down vaccine instead of columbus and not only was labor and they head up columbus but also a man named thorburn. Carl made i sympathize. And all that. But with your determination to stick up your ancestors. But i'll be done if i care who discovered america career clogging the morning please theft. That was his name. And i never even heard of him a little bit here of him again. I ran across his name and one of the reference books. I looked miss encyclopedia and thorburn pal. Stephanie not own and landed in america but he established a settlement. And get this point. I couldn't care less. Who discovered american. In fact i was both leif eriksson in columbus data home. Listen to me. I have made a discovery myself. Miss aubin carl's stephanie. Brought his wife with him and they had a baby that means the first white child born on. This continent was not virginia. Dare in the early virginia settlement of sixteen something but the viking. Baby a boy. Named nori. Karl seth anthony in the year ten. Oh three where did you read that right here. In this book got at the library and then you better fix them coffee Now listen to this. The encyclopedia starts right out. Saying leif eriksson scandinavian. Discover of america. You rented says it's merely a legend or folktales. Not one even suggest that he didn't get to america right here. In the year nine nine nine ericsson sailed from greenland. Where his father eric. The red had established the first settlement. He sailed to norway to the court of king. Olav trig vison. The king commission latex to proclaim christianity in greenland on his way back to greenland lay vaccine was blown off course and arrived at newlands of which he had no previous knowledge which he called finland here. He found helps own wheat and vines samples of which he took back to his father's home in greenland. Authorities differ about the exact location of then. But it seems probable that erickson visited the southern part of what is now nova scotia Though there was some majorities who thought the vikings landed some part of connecticut. They've found mooring stones or something in the ruins of an old fort there. Something doesn't say anything about that here. But i've heard about that too and then there's no room stone. They found years ago in. Minnesota reminds me. I have no kidding. Sitting around in the middle of the night reading reference books and drinking coffee asking remember the night. I was cramming for some exam. You know there were three of us you and bill mercer and check. That stayed up with us making coffee and sandwiches and firing question than you were also scared you were going to flunk. Stayed up all night and help this cram for the ten. Th you studied each day you wouldn't have had to cram at the last minute. Young man look. I was busy. I had enough on my mind. Just trying to keep you away from that. Little pip squeak. You thought it was so cute. Oh yes what was his name. Yes j. j. j. something e was kyun really jealous jealous. Look i got your way from him. Denying you know why he was too short. I got tired of waiting. Flat heeled shoes. So i wouldn't tell her over. I we had fun back in college. And we honey spun looking up all this reference material. Kelly takes us back. Doesn't ask when i to see the principal. The school the damn certain armed with information makes me so mad every time. I think the teacher marking betsy wrong. And then look here. There's one you have got to face. The teacher was right when she said that if she asks who discovered america she cannot mark twenty three other pupils wrong. If they answer colombo high know that betsy answer wasn't wrong either. It says right here in the encyclopedia may vary scandinavian. Discover of america nearly five hundred years before columbus for having much too upset about it. It isn't that what that because you're the one who told betsy. The story of leif ericson. And i don't like the fact that bet as a result now things we don't know we're talking about. We have to prove that we do now. I want the school to do is acknowledge. Believe you me when i talked to the principal. I'm serving You are not. don't get mad. Don't get mad but you not always very diplomatic about these things. You're not darling. For example. Virginia damn business every historian recognizes that. She was the first white child born in america. Now you suddenly read. What is probably a very questionable account of some viking baby and to challenge west netherlands right here and encyclopedia for urban kyle. Stephanie landed in america in ten zero three and his son was born. He had nevertheless not to be handled calmly and with dignity. So let me joanne. I'm not nearly as upset about it as you. So i can discuss it with a more detached point of view. All right dear you talk to the principal. my while. my wife and i both realized very trivial point. We regret even making a small issue of it. Tall mr piper. I wish more parents would come and see me when they feel. It has been some misunderstandings however turned to you as my wife said all we want really is but the school to acknowledge the fact that betsy was not wrong when she answered that leap berries in discovered america. I mean idea now. I'm afraid we've gotten into another is understanding. I didn't mean his answer should be right. Oh but you just agree. in misleading. The we had a basis for a complain. Of course. But i only agreed that betsy and her classmates should be told. The complete story of life eric's which is interesting. One is the pipe but hardly based on historical fact. Indeed all we know of life ericsson is based on the old viking sagas handed down through the generations in song and stores whiting. Do i understand. The school does not acknowledge the actual existence of leif eriksson. I did not say that. Just a pipe. But i will say this. As principal of this school iona acknowledge one verdict. Answer to the question who discovered america. Surely miss the pipe you don't expect me to deny the existence and refused to discoveries of christopher columbus. I i am sending my child to recognize certain historical facts such as the fact that the white child born in america was not virginia. Dare but the son of thornton. Tiffany or doesn't doesn't just go recognize that fact either. I don't even know what you're talking. I am talking of thornton. Carl's heff name is white. Even he. He was here before columbus. He established a settlement in ten old. Four now all. I ask is that the the acknowledged his knowledge is only christopher columbus mr piper as the discovery of america. I would appreciate it if you would call my daughter to the office. Misleading taking her out of school. Darling stop crying. Why daddy kicked me out school. Go to school going to any school mine. Lee refuses to recognize certain facts. You can't keep beth the out of school for heaven's sakes all right all right. We'll send it to a private school private school at least recognize it school. I don't ridiculous when we get money to send betsy to private school and what private school. I didn't want to go to any other school. I want to go to my friends are gonna go just where i've been galway. Of course. of course you run upstairs and bathe your face in cold water. Honey go on. Let me talk to daddy. Run along swim not stop wearing. Go beg your face dear. What in the world happened. You were the one that was going to see the principal instead of me because you are going to be so common dignified now. You arrived home in a rage having taken taken betsy out of school. I know i know i got mad. All i asked was that the school acknowledged that vets. His answer was right. That's all acknowledged that the leif eriksson really discovered america. Even though credit is given to the columbus yes yes. I know but i mean i got the thinking a school and the teachers and the principal. I mean they do have position to maintain you know well anyhow honey. We can't take the out of school. I have taken her now. Look i know. I was upset but i never met anything. Drastic is this even. You said we shouldn't make you know too. Big an issue of it made an issue of a now even if we involve the board of education. Betsy is not going back to school until our paper is remarked in. Her answer is to be correct. That poor kid her classmates laughing at it because she wrote down leif eriksson. Betsy doesn't care about it anymore. Children forget and if we keep her out of school she'd missed so much we'd have to get a tutor and really we anything like this. I'm or it will start tomorrow. Look you better be prepared for the truant officer. Oh dear listen. Facts faxed i mean. Christopher columbus wasn't i the the vikings were here first. So you know. 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Walk the speed of light over the lone ranger. Now here's your host. Why cox western adventure with luke slaughter of tombstone starring. Sam buffington. Going back to april twentieth. Nineteen fifty-eight vacuum. Three story slaughters name. Luke slaughter cattles business. It's a tough business. It's big business. I've got a big stake in it. There's no man west of the rio grande big enough to take it from me. Luke slaughter of tombstone. Luke slaughter of tombstone civil war cavalryman turned arizona cattleman across the territory from yuma to fort defiance from flagstaff to the codes and below the border through chihuahua and sonora. His name was respected or feared depending on which side of the law. You were on man of vision. Man of legend. Luke slaughter of tombstone. Dictionaries must have a pretty tough time with the word. Tolerance had to boil it down to just one other word need to be understanding. Some of us here in tombstone found that out. And i gave chief mark gano. A few of his apache braves. The loan of a couple of sections of nice spread to try their hand cattle-raising and that got chewed out plenty amounted. Every time i went into town. You call it experiment slaughter. I call her name. Vegetation those sneaking apaches to murder you live in on mice bred though to figure. It's my business. They won't stop with you on say smell white blood again. No massacre everybody tombstone. Look mr vail. Mariano through making war is trying to understand. Our ways is even trying to get his people to adopt some of them. Are they adopted. Guns quick enough but they'll never be cattleman and this was their country before it was hours. They've got a right to be part of its progress. You can't just shut the apache's up on a reservation and forget them. Oh maybe we can't forget them. We drive him back to the charikar. Was we'll at least have some warning when they strike they aren't going to strike are gonna when i have sort of a private treaty. Gano senile old fool. You got a private treaty with that trigger tempered son. His lhasa him to he's intelligent. He's got spunk. Spunk my porch. Looking all over for. I want you to make the acquaintance of mr henry. Fell back east fell less years. Nuke slaughter my marsh and is years carterville. Another big men these out a distinct pleasure gentlemen. Indeed it is so you'll from back east mr phone. Indeed mr fell here can outdraw any man in the plane he can buy. Yes sure. I bet a wages he can even outdraw you look. I'm afraid neither mister fell nor myself have any special reason for drawing got plenty reason for not necessarily against you course he or take on all comers. You think you could outdraw me fail. I have very little doubt with what aren't even pack in an iron. You want to take them on. Mr rail why he leaving furnish the weapon. Let's let's just forget about a gentleman. I'll get it nothing as well. Learn some of the facts of life in the arizona territory. Exactly what i came to do. Mr vail to learn the record them for posterity all right. I doubt you'll ever recorded this incident but you can start by trying to outdraw me. We mr fails weapon yup hold on spill blood over silly barroom challenge. You been implying that i shouldn't in your business lauder. This is mine correct. Now mr rails adrover fell i in mischief l. Don't think he can. And the loser buys around for the limbaugh. I don't indulge. But i shall be delighted to stand treat if i lose a you ridiculous little dude all right. Let's say the gun. I'm on rapid no weapon. Nobody mentioned guns. You draw with ease rail and your smell paper and a piece of or what is their eye out on match one. Two three draw been wise to which veiled. He's got a sense of humor. Like cow watch with film eighties. A clever flaring raggi. Hey wait a minute. Is that supposed to happen draw. He's doug on bail spitting image of you look like yours drain. Well now look here when a man challenges me if anybody thinks the laughing matter living those no offense attended. You're more than welcome to the little sketch. I shall be delighted to purchase a libation. I don't well so bad cinema for the house you're a good sport daily good likeness to. I guess they will take the picture home. Fell mrs bales a well. Women sometimes joy doodad like this. You know what. Mr bellows tombstone now. Keeping you in free drinks. Sure he he'd come. West opinions engines do their own painting with warpaint slaughtering. I just talking about adding weren't getting anywhere either. Warpaint i understood that the treaties with the apaches. We're working out. They are when the white men live up to them that is practically treason against your own race. Slaughter if it's treason to compare some members of my own race with indians like co cheese and mariano. i'm guilty. That was a little more about what you plan to do. Mr fallon well want to paint. The strong indian faces their customers away. They live back east. Have some amazing misconceptions about them. Show his slaughter. He trusts them trying to understand them. Anyway mr fell. There are some very interesting and colorful apaches living on my spread. You'll have models for all the painting you want to do. And the apaches will have a brand new candidate for buzzard bait years harmful hard wars. I know you don't feel right out of a saddle wichita but we're going to need this chorale poland. Good morning vail orange. Florida army like in picture. Well she she wants. Your friend failed to paint one of her. You know where. I can find him. I'm afraid he wasn't available today. Took him out to the apache camp at sunrise. Loaded with paints and brushes and canvas. Have a chipmunk. An opinion for lauder tender footlights failed. Could be just a fused to set your apaches. All suppose he tries to paint one of their women are gonna explained about that too and he said woman who too long reflection an clearstream forgets her. Life's purpose practice. Got the right idea about their women out of mary. One maker hammer this chorale again. What are you building the chorale for slaughter gano won't steal your mustangs wants to came sorta close to trapping. Try to improve. The range. Mustangs with morgan breeding stock figure. There's no use tempting. Lhasa young buck for m's way beyond their conception of our property laws you and your fancy talked about your apache friends. You don't trust him anymore. Naidoo jerry i do. I just don't expect them to understand a whole new code of ethics overnight Hey somebody sure pound nylon or leather. Yeah it sounds look. Wichita fell on that little room. We left out there for and i never thought. Do kim could ride laura. He's in trouble steady studying. Which what happen. You'll closures rip. That mayors lathered up like to shave. That's all right. I guess. I i say most of my patients in this canvas this to slaughter those indians off from friendly what they set up on me there. One you call lash in another redskin. Black guy i talked to you. They do it lauderdale. Become an after us if we don't go after them it let's find out what started the trouble. Nothing i did asher you. I was painting a portrait of the old chief with his permission. Letter and this other young buck came up and took one look and knocked to the ground. How'd you get away for the month. The old man's into surprise as i was this lascaux rush tune started jabber. What i assume was apache and wrenched loose grabbed what i could somehow mount at this horse. Fortunately indians is were still hover miserable sneaking. Cowards tried to murder you and cold-blooded it'll be too sure. Maybe this was lashes idea of a prank. Why dot up lashes friend who i alluded with the aid of an elbow to his adam's apple was holding on knife to my throat at the same time a nasty cut on your arm. I'll have a nasty knife. You'll have to take care of that wound right away. It's the picture you'll painting yes. It's a bit the worse for wear. But i can repaint pink the smears. I'll ask my profile all right if you made him look almost decent all right slaughter. I'll head for tombstone and get them in together. What for what for the drive. Those apaches back to the terror collars. There's any left we finish with him. This happened on my property. Soon as i get fell fixed up all right out and get the whole story. A white man has been attacked. It doesn't matter who's property. It happened on a defendant a community. Now listen to me. Are you fire a shot or even go near mark sandman. It's an engineer. That's deca rails crawford up there on the right amount of patchy fire. Try and stop me. Do he was gone for in. Wichita gone locals. Come on white is return. You are you alone. I'm alone and drop that bowen reid to me being. Let's see the party like a man or singer father combating my and thank you. I wouldn't try that. I gave you. The sun is that it is for the white is we only got two new luke they twenty brazen the camp and plenty of rifles. They'll get around up more men than that. I'm not gonna let this turn into war. Luke did you ever stop to think that. Maybe you could be wrong about engines in a moment. Luke slaughter of tombstone returns april twentieth. Nineteen fifty eight. Luke slaughter of tombstone on classic radio theater. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. 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Usda hhs and the ad council continue miss garner with the capital one venture card. You weren't unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday shit. My credit card doesn't earn double miles on every purchase. Checked here objection with the capital one venture card you an unlimited double miles on every purchase order counselors last statement with the capital one venture card. You earn unlimited double miles on every purchase. No further questions your honor. We'll just one. What in your wallet. Usa now on classic radio theater. We head back to april twentieth. Nineteen fifty eight and now act. Two of william and robson's production of luke slaughter of tombstone a veil came to in a fury sport. A drive the apaches back to the worried. Settle with me after he'd done. It amounted as big stallion spurred back toward tombstone recruit men and guns. He's mad enough to eat devil horns on range. Sure he ain't gonna case they will have flash brings us braves back to take fao if i had incited those indians. I tell you mr slava. But i assure you i was attack without provocation. You're painting of teeth mariano against whatever you're gonna do. Your cardio was as good captured. The strength of his profile courage. And his i don't time gag like one of them. Art critic two hours away from being caught in a war wants The funeral rites an old chief of the tribe in the louisiana territory son was very much concerned about the way the body was laid out on the funeral pyre so that when the dead worry at the great spirit fell could you make another portrait of mariano from memory posed as i tell you certainly i have his features fixed in my mind. I would need a model. That's up to the house. Then you've got a picture to paint. Were fell painted a new picture. Mark donald wrote for the patchy camp a little before noon. The picture was a gamble. And i had to force a deal with a possible massacre bush. They won't let you can bet that the apache scouts or escorting us in certainly don't see them and apache. Good hide behind your paintbrushes plane. This picture of me we will if it turns out. I'm right eight. All a game a showdown with mighty big stakes and pulled onto a walk now. Camps says the other side of this wash isn't above him. Let the welcoming committee scary until false move walk welcoming committee. I don't see all right out of the mesquite go. Ooh boy lajja wait. Why'd is come with me for all coming. That's the buckles slashed. Don't worry acting under mariano. Sodas now appears likely be bill here any how much. Stay that indian riding up to the edge of the macer. He's telling nausea and omar gun or something china language writers coming bound to be bail in the men. Anyone ever surprise an apache never twice now. Oh boy they put this month man. Tom unbuckle your belt. And let your guns drop. Like i'm doing do it. Gano we come in peace but the others who ride toward us. This young brave in wichita to ride out and meet them with a white flag. Here's your shirt for that phone. Gotta surrender without even my g. She'll get started. Wichita and make sure that veils men walked their horses into this camp tool right now are gone old lascaux. Suppose you'll meet us halfway polly. Your best white is without a shirt. I so you insult me when you insult my friend. I walked toward us. Both of you ask. I will avenge his father of engine for what you know. Father is justice. I saw him this morning. My son says little man who draws with colored stick to great spirit about mariano. His son is wrong to speak with a tongue. That has no wisdom strikeout like a child. Who can't reason i'm in or killed zuni warriors yucky warriors. I have told my son that killing can no longer be the way of the patchy replies that even white men killed to avenge the wise white man and the wise red man make sure wrong has been done before they kill. I think should be decided in the heat of anger. We've probably too long white picture maker televised to grit spirit left. Like all right they avail. Where are the rest of your men can cover this guns. You cross your way into a track. I explained the juice out the white flag lou. And don't ask me to drop my guns. I don't aim to die before. Pump some lead michelle. We've been having a little talk about hotheads. And now that the place is crawling with them. Mr fell and i'll show you how wrong. Y'all are mariano. I seen fell as gift for you. I am not so often by from one who lies. they'll does not lie gift as the white cloth carries. Give it to your apache friend. Mr foe touch it. My father taking mariano. It's your likeness likeness. Husain fell at not yet finished when you send so stupidly attacked him. No oh look upon it all right. I'll make you look at it. Oh my own shown his toe lajja behold. Hey look the smooth. The picture had one i but one year but half of them. All i told you lashin has seen fellow not finished. You think a friend. I brought to. You would insult your great spirit. Your father by drawing in with half a face. He has to is piercing as the eagles. My people show remember that chief as they see him here as hosting furrer has painted him. Lesser was a four. I have go from my people never returned. No asha your father and your people need you today. You've become wiser best thing now is to just forget this foolish trouble april twentieth. One thousand nine hundred fifty eight. Luke slaughter of tombstone on classic radio theatre nissan. Believes you deserve a car that thrills you so we have to ask. Does your car thrill when you hit the pedal. Do you get something back. 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By the usda hhs and the ad council now on classic radio theater we wrap up another by yours. Truly johnny dollar story this one. This shepherd matter as it was originally broadcast april twentieth nineteen fifty-six once again. Johnny dollar has a gun pointed at him from hollywood. It's time now for johnny dollar cooperator. Mr dollar cut off any more calls in here going. I was cut off. But i'd rather get some sleep now. Anybody phones just take a message. Sit up put your hands on your knees now just so as you and i understand each other you one move a finger empty gun right in your stomach. You understand. Understand your forbes. You're crazy every weekday night while bailey in the transcribed adventures of the man with the action packed expense. How america's fabulous freelance insurance investigator. Yours truly johnny dollar uh-huh Expense accounts submitted by special investigator. Johnny dollar joel richard porter four eighty webster boulevard. Providence rhode island. The following is an accounting of expenditure during my investigation of the shepherd matter. I was pretty sick. And with it when i had paul forbes visit me and my hotel room about seven o'clock in the morning used a gun in front of me once before to crack my skull. I decided i'd try to avoid that. So i sat down and i played good. It didn't seem to please him a bit. Your to my hus- about an hour ago into yeah. I went out to talk to your wife. I saw you. I was across the street watching. I've followed you hear fixing up another deal. I don't know what you're talking about forbes. I biology here so we can have a little talk and we're going to have at you and you ought to put that gun away and let them take you forbes. Where do you live harvard kennedy. I mean where do you live in town here in providence zone. I live in hartford. Are you practice what you trying to get funny with me. I don't practice anything here in providence. I don't live here. I'm just here for a few days. Doing what working on insurance matter insurance matter you licensed to practice law in rhode isla- you've got something all wrong forbes. I don't practice law. I'm not a lawyer. I'm an insurance investigator. I try to tell you that yesterday morning. When you crack me with that gun. I was called in by dr sheppard. Said you threatened his life. You're lying to me. Shepherd called me yesterday mornings at a loyal dollar was on his way over to talk to me about getting a divorce. Your lawyer. i'm what i say i am. If you hadn't started swinging that gun but around told you why. I was there yesterday. You got gotta billfold or something coat pocket inside on the back of that share there. I think i know why shepherd called you and told you i was a lawyer. I think he wanted you to attack me and make up when shepherd a trying to pull something to take away from me. I know that much and now you're trying to pull something to get out of this jam. You're wrong forbes. I don't know anything about trying to take your wife away from you. you know. I didn't kill shepherd. How do i know you didn't kill him. Threatened him half. a dozen. People have attested that. I know you had a reason to kill him. Every time i've seen you had a gun in your hands and you've been swinging at at somebody particularly me. You know who did it. You're in hundred somewhere. You know who killed shepherd and you're gonna clear me you're going to tell me dollar i'm going to bet on all right. Get on your own set in the chair. Just the way i is is look dull and lifeless. We were already dead. I couldn't think of anything. Brilliant say or do so. I run around my suitcase and pulled out a bottle. And i found a pair of glasses and the bathroom import a couple of drinks. When i came on out he had moved a chair. He looked like one out suit of clothes. It'd be nowhere to look at me when i checked the glass. Try this wanna go on drinking you call. The police followed me here to have a talk and find out. What's what now's the time to talk pal. This thing isn't the best conversation piece in the world. Leave me alone call. You have something going for you here. This gun has been fired. You have another one no no dollar. I didn't kill dr shepherd. I wanted to more than anything in the world but i didn't kill i look i want some facts. So let's start with last night. Where were you when shepherd was shot. I don't know where i was i. I don't even know what time it was shahar. Let's start with yesterday morning. You slugged me. Ran out of the house jumped in a car. And what happened. Gonna take it from there. I drove dr shepherds office was going to have it out with it was breaking up my home or go on to just him. No i parked on street from his office. And then i saw him jump in his car and i followed him. Came back over here. I knew my wife must have called him to take care of you. What happened then. I went over to the park and sat and try to figure things out. You don't know what i've been through this past year right. Go on go on then. I went to a bar. I was hungry. I hadn't eaten all day. Got a couple of sandwiches. I had some drinks. I don't know how many any other the more i drank more hopeless. Everything looked. Did you call shepherd yeah. I called him from the bar. Any idea what time it was must have been around five or six. What difference it all make. I'm cooked and you know on your your call shepherd. Then what did you do. I told him. I wanted to talk to him about everything that had happened. I told him where to meet me. You mean you want dr shepherd to come down and meet you so you could kill him. I did have that in my mind. I is on the phone. He sounded so calm and said we could talk it out. Straighten it out like gentlemen. Did you talk to him. no. I didn't see him at all. I waited an hour and he never showed up. I called his office back in the answering service that everyone had gone out for the day. And i didn't know what to do. I got in my car and turned on the radio. And that's where i heard. I was wanted for murder dollar. I didn't do it i swear. I didn't. i had reason enough. But i didn't. I knew all about the others but this was siri. Wait a minute. What are these polling. Always had other friends friends. I guess. I don't guess. I love her anymore. I don't know. I don't think she ever loved me. I needed her. I needed her more than anything this last year. So and at times i did love her. The way it once was. And i found out what was going. On between her and sheppard. She wanted a divorce. I wouldn't give her a divorce. If i had let her shepherd get away with it would have been too much to take to ask. This doesn't make sense even though you didn't love her and she didn't love you. You wouldn't stand still for a divorce action. It sounds stupid. I told you i needed her. So much. this last year or so so must doesn't make any sense forbes. Why did you let her go. She knew she didn't have to divorce me. She knew it wouldn't be too long. Shepherd gave me a year and other doctor in baltimore. Eighteen months kimia on just see she would have been free. They could've waited. Until i was dead at least just that until i was dead. Expense account item tend to dollars sleeping pills. I fed them to him along with a cup of hot chocolate. It a pretty worn out within fifteen minutes. He was sound asleep in my bed. Item eleven four dollars sixteen cents one long distance. Phone call to a baltimore. I spoke with the doctor. Franz bueller duct amelia confirmed what forbes it set forbes was doomed with an incurable ailments item. Twelve twenty cents another phone call from the hotel lobby to the coroner's office. I learned that shepherd of and killed by thirty two caliber selects forbes ghana. Thirty two had not been fired or hastily clean. His story was checking out. They've left just one small item to be cleared up expensive items thirteen four dollars taxi fare from my hotel back to the oakdale home special rates for nurses how. I thought you'd be back to see me. Latitude dollar go ahead. It's an old story terribly. Old and corny. I applied for a job is dr shepherds nurse. Five years ago and i fell in love with him that very day. I've loved him every day from that time on i go on. I don't know when it was when we started up with mrs forbes. I knew she was trying to get a divorce. I knew mr forbes wouldn't stand for then one day last week i guess it was. I heard dr talking to her on the phone. He said there's a way to get rid of him. I knew he was talking about getting rid of mr forbes so they discussed the part about shepherd getting forbes to threaten his life in front of witnesses so he could shoot him down on the time came. I didn't know that until yesterday morning show. It seems you came to see dr and then you laugh. Dial overheard him on. The phone again. Called up mr forbes and said mr dollar was coming over to talk about the divorce. Action would be upset enough to attack me. Doctor was very good about anticipating what people would do in given situations even me. I was in the office when mr forbes call. Last night i saw dr gun and his cope. I knew who was going down to meet mr forbes and shooting so i followed him he was walking around in the dark looking mr forbes with a gun in his hand i mean up to him and pleaded with him out to be crazy and mrs forbes wasn't worth it and he said he was going to kill me to we struggled off. I don't know how many times i can help you. You didn't mean to kill him. He shoots you when all these other details. Come out the most they can charge you with a second. Degree justifiable manslaughter. You're nice that. I can't get off. I guess the police haven't found it yet over and killed mrs forbes hour ago expense account item fourteen same as item one transportation. Back to the next time. You have a doubtful insurance application. Mr puerta settled at yourself or call someone else. Call me as far as i can. And i'm not going to recheck. The figures expensive on total is four hundred and eighty five dollars. Yours truly johnny dollar. Now here's all star. Tell you about next week's intriguing story next week. The case of a lonely heart that found plenty of company in the nearest more. Join us. won't you yours truly johnny dollar yours. Truly johnny dollar starring bob. Bailey is transcribed in hollywood. Written by john dawson. It is produced and directed by jack. Gemstone heard in this week's cast where jeanne bates virginia gregg russell carson parley baer her ballasts barney phillips and lawrence dobkin musical supervision by ameri. Go marino be sure to join us on monday night. Same time and station for another exciting story of yours. Truly johnny dollar. 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I did volunteer some just a registration and there are a ton of people they said we were about eighty five percent capacity right now rogers well already which it. Yeah which is really good. And that was yesterday which was wednesday definitely. There are more people showing up every minute. Just vehicles going by. There's a significantly more people walking around today than there were yesterday. Yeah yesterday definitely like a saturday. It's ramping up. Yeah sibley as an enormous a lot of people are saying you know after the pork vest ends for forecast which is phenomenal. I met a few. That are like yeah. I'm saying i can't wait. I'm not leaving and they won't say the whole time short they'll be here. You know the first few days during it okay. Well that's good news. Because i've been going around looking at these aren't stickers they windows nichols and i haven't seen that many that are staying beyond like june the twenty eighth or june. The twenty ninth. So it's good to hear that people are planning to stay for you. Know maybe do lines after poorly. Maybe the ones that are staying are the ones that are just of landing where they when they get here. They're riding up with somebody or they're getting a ride and they're just kind of staying and they have nothing else that they want to go do because they want to stay here and party with us awesome. Well fork fast is not at capacity as far as i know. And you're still invited to join us. It's june the twenty eighth july. The fourth and i'm looking forward to it because forecast always has a very different vibe when it's just worked fast for the the porcupine freedom festival is a lot more family friendly than folk fest is. It is a good way to put a which isn't necessarily a bad thing you know. Each each event has their space. And this is something for me to consider. Because i've been looking around thinking. Is there really any point in continuing to have four fest happen after they porcupine freedom festival when they could just happen concurrently. Well i think there is. And i believe there is because people like to not be told what to do. They don't want somebody saying. Hey you have to have a bracelet. Hey you have to have a ticket. You can't go to these bathrooms because you're not vip or anything like that and it forecasts you just kinda come and you get to be you and you get to do. Exactly what makes you happy. That's very true. I mean that's the whole reason. The fork fest was born right. It's partially because you know. They banned ian freeman and therefore freetalklive. But that only lasted for like a year but there was still an an almost oppressive vibe during the porcupine freedom festival because they had the entire campground res- reserved and you had to jump through all of these hoops. You had to buy a ticket for the occupied pretty impossible to even be at the campground while it was happening. And they were you know. They had some issues with A couple of a poker game a couple years ago and they tried to kick people off and then yes and then they let him back on. I'm it was because of a sign that was a religious base. That was something about Why do you believe or something like that. And someone was upset about it and so they kicked him off at like two o'clock in the morning and let them back on but they could only stay on their site. They couldn't go off of their site. I had not heard about that. But i mean that was the old porcupine freedom festival. It has changed significantly. But they're used to. They used to be park pork. Rangers are still pork rangers. But you know they were perpetually in the way in the past i mean just constantly driving up now patrolling police and in your business and they acted like police. Someone told me that we should call block the pork rangers. this year. The blocked nice the at the very first fork. Fessel malia fest however you want to characterize it that i was ever at it was it was still taking place. Prior to the porcupine freedom of what was a three day event at that point it just sort of people who arrived early to have a good time it was pre party back then and now. It's an after party but it was debbie barker who ran off with several others to go cop block the The pork rangers. And how did that go. Do you have any idea. I don't know because you know it was my first night here. I'd never even been to new hampshire at that point much less to the porcupine freedom festival or fork. I had no idea who any of these people were. Or what this unlike. We're going cup blocking off. They go and i was like okay. That's pretty cool. Yeah and i think it was two years ago. The last time that the porcupine freedom festival was really the oppressive regime that it was. I was hanging out at my hotel. This was the last time that fort fest took place prior to fessel. Actually i was hanging out at my hotel room. And whoever it was who was in charge of the pork ranger set year was expressing frustration to someone else about how she had quote no jurisdiction to tell anyone what they couldn't couldn't do because it was still fork fest. Oh and porcupine freedom festival hadn't started. I mean just just hearing. This quote libertarian express frustration about not having jurisdiction tro. Yeah yeah control. When someone gets a little bit of you know authority they it goes to their head and they're like oh i can do and say whatever i like because i'm in control and attendance was weighed down west. That was and it was way down the year before and now with porcupine freedom festival being and essentially just being something that happens down there. Rogers campground attendance is at eighty. Five percent capacity. Also helps that you know. free talk. live is back and it's neat. how happened. I don't know to what extent freetalklive is actually responsible for it but when they free talk live off of porcupine free to festival attendance plummeted and then was what we're allowed back. Attendance started climbing. Imagine that now correlation doesn't necessarily equal causation. But it's not a bad thing for us to be able to point out. I have noticed that there are a lot of people who have shown up. I someone named dave smith. Dave does a podcast or some kind of libertarian. Comedian okay and There are lot of first. Timers ido cards. And they'll say well you know. Where'd you hear about it. And dave smith. Dave smith and i i have no idea who that is He's the libertarian. Comedian okay. he's not canadian. Okay he's He's pointing that out. I thought you said he's a canadian. Libertarian comedian eating. yeah no new yorker. I was like all right last bit of him as much as we would like him to come to the free state his every bit of new yorker your day right so he's been part of this whole like this macy's caucus takeover of the libertarian party. Which i mean basically a bunch of actual libertarians. Got tired of the libertarian. Party being libertarian. Okay so it has really been my of. I realized that's how they're painting it. But i i was part of the caucus when they first formed in took about two weeks for me to disassociate from them. Why did you disassociate. Because they're about as close to outright without actually being outright okay the allow people would like to call them racists that i don't think they're racist but they're very conservative socially okay and that to me conflict spiritually with the idea of libertarianism which be socially liberal in my opinion makes sense. They painted themselves as being all about the economic right and focus entirely on economics. But the these are the hoppy in libertarians. They're all about being able to forcefully remove elements of society that they don't like we'll from one's own personal property. I mean if your neighbor's dog pooping on your lawn you can remove the dog from your lawn. i mean you. You are labor with that with that bit of nature. And if something's on it that you don't want on it you are allowed to move from that. I understand that but in a world where the state currently exists and we have a libertarian party. Attempting to you know. Take control of the state. I would rather that not be. The libertarians are advocates of physical removal. Who become the ones to seize the state's power. I would rather be ones who are against physical removal because with the world that we're in the state is ultimately the controller of all property if they control the state that they control our property if they wanna get rid of the gay people will. It's our property where the government now must remove will but their their personal property advocates. So i mean there would be no. They're going to. There would be no state property under a mightiest leadership. If that were even possible so i'll be personal with. Why are they seeking power. Why are they seeking power. Well the same reason everyone else weeks power to use it. No i mean honestly if there was if there was a chance that he would become the president of the united states. There's no chance. Dave smith would run none their caucus in general. Why and why are they seeking power. Well as far as why they exist. I think the most important part of why they exist for messaging. Because i mean that's doable. Outside of the party apparatus talk live for the biggest libertarian movements. Have always been when. There's a focal point of politics Ronald reagan and ron. Paul has some pretty severe problems allowing people to perpetually writings. 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It always amazes me when people are like. Wow you're staying for the whole two weeks. And i'm like i'd stay for the whole fifty two weeks if we could have a free market that long. Yeah it is nice. It's frustrating for me. You mentioned the free market. There's a lot of usd being spent here. I'm restricted primarily to using usd. i can also use. That's got to sting. It is awful we let you use gold back so they can't stop me from using gold bath right okay. No that one that that would be a brutal legal battle that they would lose. That one's actually written in on like literally every level of government that you're allowed to do that but what i'm not allowed to do is use cryptocurrency which is frustrating because almost every vendor here. I'm told accepts crypto currency. I'm also i was told previously that. There wasn't a very high acceptance level because people were little gun shy based on the fact that you know some of cryptos biggest advocates were just arrested by the vi but and others are a wall. But from what. I've seen and heard since there are plenty of vendors here except crypto currencies. But it doesn't mean a good because i'm limited to usd and gold backs and if you're wondering what we're talking about checkout. Bitcoin dot com. It's got you need to learn about currency including the basics. There's a there's several short videos there. If you wanna learn what is bitcoin. How does it work. What is this technology is world changing and you should know about by this point and if you already know about it check out. The news articles at news dot bitcoin dot com. There's something for everyone all in asleep and easy to use website. Bitcoin dot com spelled place to learn about cryptocurrency. Now before we got into that we were discussing a question. That's i've always found interesting. Why do libertarians run for office. And this is. I run for office store and to me. It's sort of a conundrum. We wanted to put people in power so that they move power yes to remove power and i'm not sure to what extent i really trust a lot of libertarians to do that. Because every revolutionary has said. Hey we're going to seize power so that we can bring power to the people or so that we can free the people or have a socialist utopia or whatever and it doesn't ever work out that way. well. I think one of the things that That is very different from those that have seized power to give it to. The people is that their Their philosophy is bonkers. I mean your simply does not hold together and dude. Libertarians are autistic in our desire for consistency. No this must hold together which leads to some weird places conversation because like if they say a thing and you go well what about this. They'll stick to it. I don't think there's anything autistic about desiring consistency out of a philosophy and it more mark just the whole time. He's been here. He repeatedly referred to libertarians screeching screeching artists. Like look no. Libertarians are autistic. In fact the vast majority of libertarians. I know are not autistic. Meaning that and every freakin libertarian. Just beats that dead horse of all tick libertarians. That can we just doing it. Well no so. In this context it refers to a a sort of extreme detail oriented like you are willing and desirous to get deep down into the weeds of a particular subject far beyond what most people are usually willing to go to well. That's just fascinate. I mean we don't call biologists autistic because they're deeply fascinated by biology orlean biologists autistic because they're deeply fascinated by marine biology ours physicist term for when you are willing to get way too into the particular details of a of deep into the weeds on a very specific tiny thing for most people taste. Autistic is not the word i would use. Certainly i detail oriented interested in april. But you don't have anything to replace it well. Why don't check out backed up well. Testing is a mental diagnosis. That a lot of people. Actually you know psycho. I'm not usually saying that. They are literally a psychopath. But i'm saying that they're traits that we associate with that that are on display. We'll see when i call someone a psychopath. I mean that there a psychopath. They lack empathy for other human beings. I generally call people psychopaths unless they exhibit psychopathic characteristics. And i don't call people autistic unless they are autistic. Libertarian enough to warrant being called autistic definitely definitely It and its littoral versus figurative so figured of autism doesn't actually have anything to do with Any kind of diagnosis of being on the spectrum. But it does have to do with a tendency toward a detail oriented in a single tiny subject. Okay i guess what. I object to them as the use of autism as some sort of insult or demeaning way of describing people who are fixated on or who are fascinated by a particular subject knowing people who are autistic. I mean that is legitimately you might as well just call people retards if you're going to equate fascination what they subject is being autism well and it's not just fascination with a subject but like so for example Autistic savant will have a tendency to have a particular thing that they are really knowledgeable about but that knowledge doesn't really spread over to other areas shorts. a reference to specialization. Like a biochemist would be great. It wouldn't expect hyper might be a better a better term than and they're also is The implication of poor social skills. Yes libertarians do tend to have poor social skills. Oh definitely that when they tend to operate on a very cold emotionless in their world view which is fascinating to me because there's nothing cold or unemotional about the austrian econ- economics built much of modern libertarian. Philosophy is all about the individual's desires and choices and libertarianism is all about the individual's desires and choices. That's why we prefer the free market over closed. Markets like we have with governments and here at fork fast. You do have the closest thing that you can get to a free market And it's beautiful. I mean you can barter. I managed to acquire silver yesterday and could spy committed anywhere here. I imagine says about anywhere here just about and that's a beautiful thing it really is and if you don't like gold silver you don't like crypto curse. I don't know what to tell you that every vendor here will accept federal reserve notes. Four dollars if you insist on paying in that. But why would you when you have a number of alternatives available that don't fund the war machine but back to the question it's there are there. are maybe five libertarians. I would trust to actually be elected to a position of power fulfill their promise to either diffuse that power or to just not exercise that power The vast majority of them. I think would would get a taste of it and enjoy it and fall into the status mentality of. Oh no i don't want to give this up. This is too good. I can make the world better yet. Karen karen harlow was talking yesterday or the day before and that was one of the things she pointed out is that What she's seen is that when people get into a position in the libertarian party. 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There's tickets all you have to do is show up and get your camping sites are beside almost room. Find out more at fork fast. Stop party. we're here until then with you for rogers campground today. It's aria and because mountaineer and we've been talking about libertarians. In general ant. The news broke yesterday. john mcafee is dead. Oh man and you know a drug fueled existence can't last forever. Well not not when he made it to light. What seventy four seventy five years old old due to be doing that much cocaine yes yes. Yes but hey. Ozzy made it and he's probably done a bit more cocaine than even john mcafee. That's that's probably true. So john mcafee was must be the bat heads. You know it it. It has a synthetic Emergence of drug power and if not that then hookers definitely hookers so the hookers so he was being held in a spanish jail awaiting extradition to the united states and the spanish court ruled to extradite him. He was then found dead in his cell now. This raises a lot of questions because mcafee it's been posting all over the internet about how he would never kill himself right. I believe that man loves living well but do you love living enough to be seventy something years old spending the rest of your life in prison. Jimmy what's the point of life at that point. So i i don't know if he killed himself or not but i do know that john mcafee is the type of guy who would spend months saying he wasn't going to kill himself just so that he could later kill himself and create all all manner of crazy conspiracy theories whether or not he actually killed himself because john mcafee is that special type of lunatic. He he was a wacky dude. He was a combination of complete bat. S insanity and at the same time coherent philosophy that he would like. He'll put the coherent philosophy down on the website. And it's like oh well that's brilliant and simple and then you hear him talking it's like oh wow and then next thing you know he's talking about having sex with wells and it all makes sense if you understand. John mckay yup. That's john mcafee always crazy. I don't think he killed himself though. I don't think he's even dead. I think he faked his own death to avoid having to eat a certain part of his body on national television. That's my conspiracy theory. He's really alive. But you know. I appreciate that perspective and That is now part of my worldview. Thank you yeah anytime. So i mean he had the resources to at least have a good shot at pulling something like that off he does. I mean he. He won't ever played said on twitter. I think that the us government took everything from him. And that's that's probably true. But did they made his crypto currency. That's that's my thought. It's like do mcafee secret. Ever they took from him he could earn back because he's done that repeatedly over the course of his life where he came back to the united states with like twenty dollars to his name. Yeah i mean that that guy made himself rich back when you could back when you couldn't just like oh well i'm gonna buy some bitcoin now and wait a year and a half and oh look at doubled like he was able to make himself fabulously wealthy. Before you could do crazy stuff like that. Yeah so. I can't imagine how wealthy he really was or how much of it the. Us government actually seized but ultimately the his death assuming he has dead and you know. I'm joking when i say he faked us on death. He he is probably dead and he probably did kill himself and he probably did spend months saying he wouldn't kill himself just so that people would then speculate after his death that he was actually killed by the us government because he's freaking john mcafee and he's crazy I'm i'm i'm honestly keeping open the window that he might just show up on his lake. Like yeah i mean he w- he certainly faked his own arrest once just to see if the media would spread the story and they did so maybe he faked his own death just to see if the media was spread the story. I don't think that's the case. But it's it's hard to know with the giant question mark and just general confusion. That is john. Mcafee the person so who the hell knows. So did he die. Like what what is there. There's been no investigation yet and of course if there is an investigation will be the the prison guards investigating prison investigating his death but was he in fact missing part of his anatomy and he just finally fulfilled the bet. Well it's speculated that he hung himself and you know much like epstein did not As john mcafee would have said who who knows though. I mean it sucks. Because i do believe he's dead and we lost a wonderful human being and a a truly special unique person and a spectacular entertainer. He is but also shady. And i don't want to idolize him after his death but i will never forget receiving messages from john mcafee attempting to she'll some sort of scam coin to me and as i ask questions about it and i hate. This doesn't sound legitimate. This none of this sounds right. Who owns the private keys here. And he was just trying to help you make money. Okay i get that bud. You're asking me for money. In the process he ended up blocking me as a result of mike students about by scam so he was certainly a shady guy but even then he could have earned back whatever the us government took for him simply by agreeing to scam points. There are plenty And hey here's twenty. Five thousand dollars tweet about talk about us. He was certainly willing to do it. And when you have that well known of a name especially in a pertinent circle like libertarianism when it comes to cryptocurrency. Yeah yeah you can turn that into some quick cash. I was really hoping he was going to run for president in two thousand and twenty and then in two thousand and twenty four but that's not the world that we live in and now he's dead and that sucks cryptocurrency. Lost a powerful advocate. I wouldn't put it past him honestly. I'm for all we know. let's run. john. Mccain clipper twenty twenty. Let's do it. I'm telling you for all i know. he has. Some prerecorded message that will suddenly get released to announce his run for presidency. Whether he's alive or not. I know in two thousand twenty or two thousand nineteen he before he messaged me about that crypto nonsense. That turned out to be a scam point. He was message me. He wanted people to to walk around wearing essentially ipads in front of their faces so that he could interact with people on the streets and he was as you were going to be the the robot walking around for him so that he could communicate with people directly because he couldn't be in the united states and i was like just bizarre. The most mcafee thing. I'd ever heard right to carry around an ipad for you. Yeah i wasn't willing to do it because that's just not how i do things but truly truly unique individual. There is no doubt about that and excellent advocate for liberty. Despite being really new to the libertarian party into was it two thousand sixteen that he ran or two thousand twelve. sure. I don't recall either but whatever year it was that he ran. It was gary johnson. And that peterson. Dude irrelevant republican. I think that would have been two thousand sixteen. And i wasn't even going to watch the presidential debates among libertarians. Because i was like they're libertarians. What could they possibly disagree about. Really come on. watching libertarian. debates is great. I don next a licensed for my own posta. Yes but. I didn't know that then i was like they're just going to apply the non aggression principle to every issue and then. There's nothing to really debate about. I i went in savannah be nice. That's what i expected. I went in supporting gary johnson. Not knowing that much about him within ten minutes of hearing talk. I was like no. I am not supporting this guy. In austin. peterson was just as bad in different directions. You had john mcafee there who was just consistently applying the non aggression principle And i was like. Yeah that's my guy right there. And of course i was a type person already knew john mcafee was and you know followed him and then he started talking about having sexual wells and yep that's my president that that crazy one over there not not the one with the boot on his head. The next one someone. That's my oh man. It could have been such a such an amazing world if mcafee had won in two thousand sixteen. And everyone's like well. No we need to. We need gary johnson. Because he's going to be the most presentable in on my butt and that's why i am super jazzed about the takeover of the libertarian party. So that they don't run bloodied gary johnson's and stuff anymore. They should've in a world. Where the two most senile people in the united states against each other. For president on the libertarian. Crazy for not putting the guy with the boot honest head as their nominee. Coming up from fork fast. This is free talk. Live uncovering the secrets and exposing the lies. 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Can you tell me about this. Your your sign over their talks about public sector unions. Can you describe what that is to me correct. Yes so what we do. At americans for fair treatment is we help public sector employees current and former move from a place of union dependence to a place of union independent so that can take a lot of forms but what we are really passionate about is the constitutional rights of all these individuals who are unfortunately violated on a regular basis by public sector unions. So teachers unions okay any other union that represents government employees so police unions teaching unions all sources that they're exploiting the members of their unions essentially. Yeah you know there are so many different situations that come up sometimes. It's as simple as hey. I want to leave the union and the union won't let me leave and other times. It's as complicated as people have been siphoning money out of the union Pot right all this money from teachers from firefighters nurses and spending it on things like themselves or politics. Both of which really get people worked up for very good reason. Right money's coming out of your paycheck. You want to have a say in what happens with that and with these public sector unions. They often don't is that correct. Oh yeah i've never been part of a union. I have no idea how they really function except that you know there. There's probably a fair bit of under head going on in their with how funds are being used and all of that. I know that companies in general don't like it when their employees unionized. But you need realistically can't stop it so i've been Generally pro union but like thing like everything else. The government tends to get involved in mukilteo. Yeah i mean it's unfortunate right. I mean i think what we'd say. Is we deal specifically with public sector unions which adds a couple additional wrinkles. Thought that was the weirdest idea in the first place. Like okay isn't isn't the whole point of a union that like you have these. Greedy capitalists labor and. Aren't you supposed to be like you know represented by the government and therefore wouldn't need a union any of the public sector things. That's not the way they feel well. It's a real shame because if you think about it when public sector unions Really what unions do really well as they create tension right between management and between employees. And what they say is hey listen. We're going to help ease this out. Because the management has certain wishes the employees have certain wishes. So we're gonna have a finite resource to pull from which is the constraint that you have to bargain on all of these wages and benefits. Unfortunately when you get government involved. It's the unions that are helping elect the very politicians that then sit across the table from negotiate against so the members and the taxpayers are unfortunately left either at the whim of these very powerful organization's or in the case of the taxpayers footing. The bill with very little say and very little oversight which is very concerning. And i know one of the major objections. A lot of people have to unions is that they will use their union. Dues to support Politics that they disagree with. And i mean it sounds like when they're negotiating in the public sector. You don't have like a limited amount of of dollars that you're actually negotiating for because it's government if if they're underfunded they'll just get more fun than yeah. Taxes work right. There's this huge pot of money. Which is the american public. And one of the things that happens there too is it becomes very partisan and i. You know we'd say at americans for treatment you you're right to join a union is really important But so is the right to leave or step away from especially if the organization isn't representing your best interests short so you see running like anything like it would be ideal to. Have you know competing unions within a company. Yes a person can vote with their wallet and get their money to whichever union they believe. Best represents them so the practice that you're talking about something called exclusive representation. Union comes in and they earned the right to bargain on behalf of every single employee. And what that means. They can't have competition. There are no competing. Unions gives them a tremendous amount of power rahm. This is something that's being challenged in the courts but the supreme court just two weeks ago refuse to hear a case challenging exclusive representations so for at least for the time being unions kind of have this really powerful tool in their back pocket. Which is even if you leave the union right. You can opt out any government. Employees can opt out of the union. Remove the money going from your paycheck to the union. But even if you leave the union still gets to represent you at the bargaining table Which is crazy but this so they get to use you as a bargaining chip whether you like it or not simply because you know you work for the same company or institution that this union supposedly represents right exactly and is there any hope you said. The supreme court declined to hear a case. Is there any. Do you know why they declined to hear it. I mean i know this is full of all sorts of legal nonsense but yeah so let's just political. We won't hear right. Everything's political You know the supreme court's notoriously tight lipped about why they declined to hear cases Could be that. They're waiting for another case. That fits a better set of facts. But it's also could be the case that they're sitting around and they just we call it counting to five right if they can't count five. Because it's this jockeying to say hey. Could we put together a majority and if they can't get enough people in that train they're not gonna take the case because it could set president. There is a silver lining right. I'm an optimist. I'd really really her. That that's going to be optimised. I i try right. I'm sitting in longer. It's sunny rightly. I don't have a lot to complain about right now. But there's also good news for public sector employees which is that there are union officials who are standing up There's a guy out in california that brand new president of one thousand and he ran on a platform that said we are going to disaffiliation from the national union. We're going to one hundred percent stop all political contributions and otherwise just said. Hey i'm going to be about my members instead of about this big political machine so the inside And then every government employees should know they also have the power to remove the financial means of the organizations if they are not serving them. You can opt out. That's something that we do at. Americans for fair treatment is helped people fill out a one page form. We'll walk you through all the steps just to make sure that your rights are protected and your freedoms are protected. Now how many different public sector unions are that. I mean we mentioned teachers unions. There's obviously i'm sure they're spire unions and but other types are there like city clerk. Unions there are judicial clerk union. There's any government employees any government. employees Can be unionized. So you have all of these. You have all of these unions All across the country. Many of so. I don't i'm not even sure i can put a solid number two it. That's i would not have expected there to be that many public sector unions especially for the clerks and judicial. I didn't expect it. But now that i think about it should have. Because i mean you've got money and power and that's always going to attract people to put the work in and oh look now represent so many people whether they like it or not and most of them are giving me money to do so and that means i can pay this. Co this A politician so i have even more political power. We call it the vicious cycle because it is it's absolutely vicious and unfortunately it's the teachers and these. Because i i think there's a big difference. People often can flake like teachers with teachers unions and they say oh well teachers and teachers unions are the same thing but unfortunately most teachers voices are being subdued by the union that claims to represent them in many of them the balance between. I'm going to say just broad strokes conservatives and liberals is much closer to fifty fifty. The mount of political money is spent is ninety seven percent toward democrats Which is just on. Its face something that tells me. These organizations are not representing their members in the best way possible. A teacher's union shouldn't be donating to political campaigns in the first place. But i mean. Obviously they're going to now america's for fair treatment dot org is what you represent and you mentioned you help people opt out which means they stopped paying their dues right. Is there a is there. Some sort of infrastructure. You have to help. People not claim to be represented by these various unions aren't actually representing them after they've opted out. Yes so we do a few things. Our mission is educating and empowering public sector employees. We actually run a community program so one of the things. I wanna give unions credit for doing one thing and that is creating a community. It's always nice to have people who support and we'll stand behind you and you know that idea of union solidarity so we actually have a community wants folks have opted out. They can be a free member us. They get many of the same perks. We can help them get liability insurance all these things that a union might provide and we can do it without all of the moral issues that might come across so yes after folks have opted out. We have a community support and we also refer folks to free legal health because unfortunately that's another situation that comes out a lot of legal issues So we have an array of organizations. 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Because i hear people have a better way with podcasts. They get less censored. so i made three episodes. I wasn't getting any views granted. I wasn't in promoting as much as youtube channel but within three episodes after focusing on the edgier stuff like great old. Judge jeffrey epstein. Nine eleven You know all kind of your typical tested out. I got basically thrown off the platform. Control the typical stuff that you get silenced for exactly so you can't talk about vaccinations. You can't talk with jeffrey epstein to nine eleven. You can't talk about waco any of that stuff. Apparently were you just using apple's podcasts. For your show yet again. I'm new to podcasts. Tested out and see how it goes Again i am more of a youtube person. I'm i'm a comedian. I do stand up comedy. I do all kinds of stuff. I like using my hands making facial feature facial expressions and a cartoon character by thought. You know podcast me a great way to get more of what. 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You start taking pride in accomplishments which is something that makes them go crazy because scientist pride is basically bought out by corporations now and the government i mean did you see the cia videos. That came out like we. We are we are. I'm like the lady came out and she's like i'm an immigrant. I'm a child of immigrants gender millennia with anxiety disorder. And then you have another one. I'm a gay fed and it's like great but you're still fed. Great tastic mass murderers. It's like you know what types of people that we should be throwing bricks at right is great so you're dropping. Nukes at least the person dropping the nukes as a trans woman of color. You know what i'm saying. It's like great you any of the problems. We're still run by war at the end of the day long as raving away flag in the saudi arabia. Where we're all good right. Let's be my a lot of it right. And that's why we don't see many antiwar democrats anymore because oh bush and trump they were the ones chopping those mean. Evil bomb snow and biden dropping these bombs thereby out of love the drone strikes we. Nothing i mean growing up. I was raised by two people. I was raised my entire family. I'm from i'm from berkeley. California was born and raised in berkeley california so all my family is basically white wine liberals and they all talk about how they protested vietnam anti war but then they go ahead. Yeah i know. And then they go ahead and vote for obama for a second term after his drone strikes and so me and high school you know. I think that's a really piqued my interest in politics. Because you know. I found alex jones for a world of warcraft server. Okay and then during high school career that's when over captained. That's when snowden happened. That's when the hook shooting happened. That's when the song chap and that's what all of these crazy things happen. So here i was blue haired kid you know. Listen to green day every day thinking to myself. Wow all this crazy stuff topping world. Let me look into what's going on instead of being the key got fight when i was in history class one day because this kid was like after sandy hook shooting. Why would you ban all the guns. And i'm like as a light bulb went on my head. And i think it's really push me and i i think nash voice in the black sheep. That's really sort of push my rebellion and ever since i've toured with questioned everything in my life. Well it's a bizarre mentally you know. Hey this person with a gun did a bad thing so we need to get rid of all all guns. It's that's clearly not the way it works if you do that. Then only criminals are right exactly. That was where the light bulb off my head. After that it was like a snowball effect of everything else in the world. I mean i got in trouble all the time. I started riots on my campus. I mean you know. I got you know. 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SUScast - #029 Reforma Psiquitrica

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20:47 min | 1 year ago

SUScast - #029 Reforma Psiquitrica

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VIBES-LIVE

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Linking Up The Pieces: Software Supply Chain Security at Google and Beyond

Cloud Security Podcast by Google

23:04 min | 3 months ago

Linking Up The Pieces: Software Supply Chain Security at Google and Beyond

"They either welcome to the cloud security podcast by google. Thanks for joining us today. Your host sierra myself. Tim peacock the product manager for threat detection. Here in google cloud and anton vakhin a reformed analyst and of the cloud security team here google. You can find and subscribe to this podcast wherever podcasts are sold and distributed as well as a website cloud with google dot com slash clad security slash. Podcast if you enjoy your content and want it delivered to you. Piping hot every monday please do hit. That subscribe button. You can follow the show and argue with your host on twitter as well. Twitter dot com slash clouds like podcast anton. We've got a fun episode. Today we are talking about supply chain security army. Esp are and. i'm going to start in somewhat unusual man with some fudd some fudd. Yes exactly. So when i first read up about softer supply chain issues. I kinda thought that is really scary. Yeah instead of heke the you you can hack somebody who provide software for you. But if you can't hack them then you can heck somebody who provide software to somebody who provides software to you but if they're still security can hack somebody who provide software to somebody who provide software. The sabbath provide software to you in any way. You're still hack. you're still done. Sorry if i'm using the tack to me in the criminally compromise but the point is that it's just scary at. I feel very powerless. When i think about it like you can't do anything it's not you. It's the company that supplies the company that supplies the company. That would be the cause so it's really scary. I'm not genuinely terrifying. So what can we do about it. So that's one of the things that we talked about. This upset is what can you do about it. And part of it. I think is one of those cases of you. Know you can measure what you can manage. And so we're gonna talk about some ways of measuring this and some some ways of thinking about the problem systematically we'll about different levels of salsa and as a hint they're not you know mild medium and hot But we'll we'll also touch on briefly. A topic called s bomb. Which i think a lot of people been talking about lately and there's a lot of good stuff in there. Yeah but it still remains a terrifying. Probably you'll give like this cold blooded even minded view but given the terrified view instead of thinking can my software be compromised. You have to think many levels before you even got access to your software right so and it's only for software companies. I use softer but like who made the library. That some provider to that software supplier uses. This is mind boggling for sure. Sorry i'm still terrified. No it's it's a terrifying problem. It's not exactly a new one. I mean we've had the problem of trusting our supply chain for a long time like on trusting. Trust is kinda the root of all this and yet nine hundred ninety four eight. I mean six years before. I came into this world. We had this problem that exactly that. But here's the funny one. Maybe it's like the google size problem to solve right like it's so terrifying so scary. Maybe google is the right place to solve it. I think that's an excellent transition into our guests so with that. I'm delighted to welcome our guest today. We're joined by aparna in director of product management. Here google cloud as well as eric roar of vice president of infrastructure and google fellow. Here google eric. My first question is for you. It's perhaps what you might call us off ball but for people who've been living under a rock or those who don't think much about software security. What is software supply chain security. And how is it different from other kinds of supply chain security. The classic supply chain came about command when you vice piece of equipment that has many components and might have a list of bill of materials of thanks to go into that device and likewise mara software bill of many components in so new soffer inside your software and we really like to know where those pieces come from and should be trust. Got it so. It's really at the end of the day about trust. It's great that we can take offer so many places open source libraries packages and that makes us more productive preuss quality suffer in general but it means trusting a lot of different sources. And there's lots of different ways to attack that supply chain and it's become a bigger issue even past year and so now we have to kind of take it much more seriously so in of this you mentioned attacks against software supply chain and so what kind of organizations need to care about this. It sounds like a agenda brass concern or something like a sensitive agency with care about. Who do you think should care. Like what kind of organizations must have still priorities for. Everybody for legends surprises. Maybe give me a few examples that you've heard from users. Well all organizations that use or create software should care about the security of that software and these days software is everywhere especially post pandemic because most companies have moved digital channels and accelerated the digital transformation. Says you know. Every company is becoming a software company specific things that we're hearing from customers. These days users are quite concerned about security risks especially as they have a distributed and remote work teams and they're moving to online channels where especially seeing in the public sector a very strong stance about making secure software supply chain a matter of national security. We're also seeing state and local governments moving very quickly and looking for standards guidelines to use the security blueprints overall. We're seeing security. Budgets grow in financial services as well as large enterprises everywhere and a strong interest in automation and devops in managed services to lock down the security concerns so opponent you mentioned new national security and i know there is an executive order. Recently that mentioned about supply chains and eric alluded to bills material or sock rebels material. I guess this a toss up question for you. Once the relationship between what we're doing here at google and what s bom is in house it all fit together tricky question because the soffer bill materials was originally designed essentially prepackaged software. You buy some software shelf and you might wanna know what pieces go in it. So that if one of those pieces have vulnerability. You might go to do something about it. But that's a very nineties view of software and ghouls own internal workings and cloud in general courses much more dynamic in rebuilding software rebuilding all the time than go incremental upgrades rollouts and so we don't really have a bill materials in the same sense not same need of putting up packing a piece of software but concerns of allah meaning. You'd like to know exactly how everybody was built. But when it cited why do we trust it. What exact source code was used tools reviews that the just released their requirements for bombs wanting success basically is clouds. Don't really need to follow exactly because it's not perfectly appropriate but clouds should general. Try to meet all of these goals meeting nor the software comes from and whether it has ability in we are in do that internally analogous to make it easy for customers to do as well that makes sense but to of bring more to life. You mentioned threats. You mentioned certain actors certain companies. So can somebody lead the audience and of course as well through kind of quick threat. Assessment of supply chain issue for example doesn't mean that it's like a criminal hacker may somehow disrupt the supply chain. They throw open source software. Or does it require government agency from perhaps unfriendly country. So just give us a bit of a threat. Assessment about how supply chain issue may arise. And what are they actors in whether the threats here the one that got the booth the tunisian richly with solar wins but there was another one right after them called code cup which was an open source attack involving Others and that one's more into that in a minute but there's also some of the recent ransomware attacks have also used supply chain taxes. Part layer attacks so interesting to see the criminal actors are now copying some of the techniques originally by nation states russia in particular and so this is a pretty big threat mall for anyone. That's risk rents where in addition to anyone that a nation might like to attack. But what makes apply. Cheat attacks particularly nasty. Is there really attacks. Lead to attacks. When i mean by that is the code cup tax for example was essentially inserting van version of bash scripting language used by third party tool of up so not get fall directly Code covers to let you look at code coverage on your code and that tool use bash in. The attackers made a bad in. Avast that that enabled it to steal credentials that still credentials from everyone that uses held. Kyle's right which is many customers and once those credentials are stolen. They can be used for many other purposes. So you can think of the original tax credential factory the credentials in the credentials can used for further attacks down the road and that's what most groups in the end get attack is because the credentials were solan in the supply chain attack then. Their primary software products are now risks desert seemingly quite different attacks in they all involve some degree of amplification through distribution or an upstream compromise. How do you know a supply chain attack when you see it. And how do you not end up with everything becoming a supply chain attack. I'm struggling with a crisp definition. Here i of think it has this to stage. Aspect is pretty fundamental. The first stage is something in the supply chain. Typically to peter insert an attack point or to steal the credential and i think of as kind of as maller factory because it produces continuously essentially launched its operating and then afterwards you can use those attacks credentials. You got to stage attacks. And that's exactly what happened was also end code where the first attack is attacking solar weight into them solar winds. Because it's us inside. Enterprise networks was able to do further tax from there got it so maybe make things more concrete apartment. How is google solving these problems. Internally and g you think we're succeeding solving these problems internally well. Google has had a very strong approach toward software. Supply chain security and in fact we've had mechanisms in place for the last eight years or more secure our own software supply chain and there are several practices including code review extensive code review generation and storage and checking of providence. Which is what's the origin. What's the chain of trust of all software as well as policy enforcement are three big pillars of our supply chain security capability that we use internally and of course all of that is backed up by a secure infrastructure secure networking insecure operations etc as well but the software supply chain internally that are developers used is secure through these three mechanisms primarily. And i do think that it has been successful proving to be a source of some of these external standards discussions. Eric is lending zone. In addition to the standards has turned into say tooling in google cloud or other things that we released to community. We have a great user story of how somebody switched over. Listen foiled the adversaries. Mysel- yeah i would say that there are some pillars of our products capability that have emerged from our internal experience. Are binary authorization capability are build system and of course the way that we build. All of our managed services is heavily utilizing the experience in the internal capabilities that we have built. We talk about the salsa framework. That's an emerging standard. Our cloud build system provides the kinds of providence that are required for salsa level. One are binary authorization service is very much parallel to the kinds of policy enforcement capabilities that we use internally which is that we generate at stations at various points in the supply chain and then we check them and either enforce or alert based on those policies using binary authorization in terms of customers that have benefited. I think yes. Many many customers have benefited with security. It's the avoidance of problems and so there isn't a big story about the avoidance of problems that i would share but there have been several security vulnerabilities that will has simply protected. Its customers from to play a bit of a devil's advocate on the same topic. We can certainly to up and bill tools and build frameworks but our customers who might use open source tools of expected to approach open source as inherently suspicious. Then like how. Would you not become too paranoid about all the libraries. All the software. You use like sorry for taking a bit of a curveball direction. But like what's a normal company to do what's a small bank to do. I think you know open source. Software is the future of modern software development and rapid iterations continuous deployment is the future of modern software deployment. We have seen through a research study that we conduct called dora. Devops research association over the last six years that the highest performing organizations are continuously operating their software out a very rapid pace. And that actually of course means that they're able to achieve better business results because of software development agility but it actually also means that they are able to achieve a higher level of security and. That's kind of counter intuitive. So yes there are. Many many open source dependencies. You're relying on code. That isn't under your control. But that is why there are many tools being worked on both in the open as well as through some of these foundations. The open source scorecard is initiative that we are involved in and of course open source insights. Which is a website that we recently introduced that gives you a transitive dependency. Graph open source packages and has a database of vulnerabilities as well as licensing in other security related data and provides the ability to do version comparison. So that you can be more careful about checking your dependencies which packages you use and that in conjunction with the open source scorecards gives you a better mechanism for designing but there are a whole host of other things that we're doing for example in the goal language with fussing as well as shifting left on the scanning process were providing developers. The ability to essentially find these vulnerabilities identify which ones are important and mitigate the risk earlier in the development process so it sounds like google made it easier even for normal people on google type companies to get some of the benefits of supply chain security without doing all of the we've done so we have framework. Should bill tools visualizations for them to trek stuff so basically they can be directionally almost as secure as we are despite not spending all this money and time right. That is certainly our effort. That is certainly what we're trying to do. We have certain learnings and it's clear that many other companies can benefit from them. We have introduced certain products and services. I would say that it's a process in its journey and we have much more work ahead of us. I would just add that in the long term because it's a very complicated problem. Most companies probably should not try to solve a directly themselves. Meaning that if you're doing your own bills on your laptop using whatever repositories that are on the internet to get your source code. That's just not going to be secure process and so with that really of meeting is you have to have trusted repositories of source code probably managed by someone else who will certainly be a candidate for that. We want to have a bill. Fox says the secure and trusted as we do internally especially for production workloads and you wanna have some way to get notified of full release discover. So there's a bunch of pieces here that are coming together. My main message is that most companies should not directly. Try to solve these things themselves actually quite difficult to do well even for big player like google and therefore for the other customers in the end. Be the I've definitely seen cases where this is hard even for us to get right perhaps another softball question. Maybe it's just striking me. Because it's mid afternoon i'm hungry. But you mentioned salsa what is salsa salsa is a proposed framework for how to deliver in variance about how things were built in why you should trust the clips in the code in the build process. It's based on what we've done internally for own supply chain but as a bit abstract in and more amenable to open source in tommy we have rebe. Oh we have a lot of control. Systems in two of the people can use. So it's not as flexible of source. So salsa is our interpretation. How take his ideas. Apply open source and then to add to that kind of three tiers kind of incremental They're able to make with salsa wanted to basic things about. Do you know if the process what happened up to higher levels where you actually know that code review and that the exact source code was noted kept in various the properties. You'd like to have so it's really. It's all about the in various. You want to be true about your overall artifact production i got it and so you said that it has levels one two three not mild medium in hot. It does not have. Maybe that was a mistake. That feels like a misdemeanor. So this whole episode came about because we have an upcoming s. three c. day. What is this event. And what should listeners know about. This is a great events. Eric in several folks on the google security team have been working on standards that were developing with open source or foundations as well as working with the government agencies. We wanted to have an event that features a awesome panel. Chat with eric brewer. Fil venables our chief security officer as well as one of our amazing customers which is shop affi- to talk about what some of these emerging trends are and the thought leadership around this area. So that's the first part of the security event in the second part will be talking about some of these exact capabilities that google cloud provides and how we can help our customers achieve greater supply chain security and that'll be through some product announcements as well as through a number of cool product. Demos so for example. This open source insights website that we talked about the shows. You things dependencies you can see that graph in will give you a full dental of that. This capability around salsa with cloud built. We will be demonstrating that as well and binary authorization and the policy frameworks so those are each deep dive tracks at the event and we really look forward to having some live human with our customers as well. Perfect perfect so it sounds like an event not just for people who already know how to secure software supply chain but it's gonna useful for people who are still figuring out the threats figuring out the defenses figuring out the approaches so it's kind of education not only for the enlightened right absolutely. This area is very new and emerging the securing of the softwares oblige in is an unsolved problem and it is a work in progress so this event is very much. Introducing the challenges. Introducing the frameworks thinking about this and the initial kind of guidance and solutions. That are out there perfect. Thank you very much for this. So as we kind of come into the closing time. We have our traditional closing questions to ask you guys. So what is one practical thing for a company for our audiences in this area is so if i am maybe not you. The security maybe not the cloud. But i'm very new to software supply chain security. What is one thing i can do. Is it adopted. Tool abhaya frame you know and the second question is any recommended region. I mean of course. We'll put the links salsa frame broken if you other. thanks but any other suggested regan for the audience. We generally recommend four steps towards understanding. Secure offer supply chain one is awareness and so we would really recommend following some of the standards work for example by coming to the events and reading some of the articles and so on that we will share. Second is actioning which is really using some google best practices in many ways to do actioning. I think one of the most practical ways to do that is to use fully managed cloud services because really managed cloud services already baking the best practices. And if you use them. You don't have to do much. Setup yourself. lizard is investing in automation and the force is really investing in audibility in. That's of course for software supply chain what you wanna know what the chain of trust is and you want to be able to audit that you want to be able to enforce policies. If you're just getting started. I think the first thing is to gain awareness of the standards work. The second thing is to start using some of these managed services and understand the best practices that are built into them and then the third thing is to start to invest in audibility automation suggested region for the audience. Yes we have actually a forbes article. That is coming up by eric myself. Good provided lay person's view of this whole space so we will share that with you And then of course we have some blogs that are coming up along with the event to will share those with you. We also have google open source security blog that has had several very good articles for example on salsa and binary authorization for board that captures. The history of how google has attacked this problem in the past. Those great background reading perfect perfect. You'll absolutely put links to these on the podcast site as a quick reminder to the audience a win is the event. The event is going to be live on july. Twenty ninth roller recorded available forever. Afterwards as well yes awesome so listeners. Who are joining us after july. Twenty ninth twenty twenty one. You can find the event online as well. Eric aparna thank you so much for joining us today listeners. Thank you for joining us. Thank you thank you very much and now we are at time. Thank you very much for listening. And of course subscribe to the podcast. Also see you all at the container security event you can learn about the problems and solutions and software supply chain which just mentioned it's a scary and terrifying problem so he can listen for this live on july twenty ninth and of course afterwards record in youtube find links at the podcast derail. You can find this. 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slash go daddy your business owner you get free travel go daddy website Builder Builder your choice the twenty ninth of November and I probably will be in Honolulu for Black Friday and if everything goes right I have some eh back to regular scheduled programing here so let's talk about Amazon Black Friday in and I was looking at the calendar Thanksgiving falls weird until the middle of November and then it's a quick trip to La and back I'd be gone just a couple days and split in my time and then Thanksgiving and appointments I need to get knocked out doctor's appointment so hopefully I can get in there and like on the twenty fifth and get some appointments in before we went picks off for burst or so so anyway Amazon Black Friday deals they're just already talking about and thanks giving and then be there for Thanksgiving and then be back ear in in Michigan starting in around December then came the better and but I just couldn't get more than two minutes worth of speech out without 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plan is six at least six sharing options you can turn off and you know I I don't Particularly went in the same restaurant group as well as restaurant partners and affiliates so their default settings also share your personal information with vague this point it was more of a you know laying in bed in you know how `Bout Dying for a week so fraud they and I said it's just been ever since the move things have been insane and goes you are the show suffered a little bit from it but at the same time we what it says customized is a dining experience from there you can toggle off sharing setting and there's a bunch of them one two three four five and to get it from a trusted source but the president banned by Liberty Sigs a few days ago maybe a month ago and the what this is really causes an uproar within the vaping space they linked these fruit flavored apes to underage vaping the sun has ordered V8 juice online down from a variety of sources and I've always auctioned him on that doc little bit about jewel I'm not vapor I have a son and a daughter who vape unfortunately reese three has hit an all time low at one hundred eighty nine dollars in this really is the best Apple Watch Valley of all time and we her and again we've seen prices drop and we may see them drop little more for black Friday could go as low as one hundred sixty nine dollars open the open table APP on the Home Tab Click the icon for your profile in the upper right corner tap about and when you scroll down you say how much money you've spent of you don't want open table to have access to this much information you have to mainly out and to do so you have to this year is just be in the same thing with CPS is because of the change how the counter has shifted but hell Thanksgiving is not until yes so anyway series three it is a little bit of older Apple Watch but it's a great watch and vacuums like Roomba types and so there's there's a whole list of stop that they're going to have as you would expect if you WanNa shop in your pajamas you hand ingest what you drink what you smoke is a personal preference I know that so this is going to happen you know last month when apple lowered the price of the Apple Watch three to one ninety nine people basically said hang on a little bit ear it's going to get back in having seen what happened when spoken band went on it absolutely decimated nightlife if you're had get little work done in back to bed and biting the temperature I think at one point had one hundred four degree temperature so was no joe I was at the time you know I was basically available to mingle and I it just lowered the the number of folks that were I was not happy about smoking ban and I wasn't really ever worried about third party and smoke inhalation because you know I'd been in the Navy and recover may get better a plan to take some time off I'm not gonNA stress it and here we are so what has happened in art and in and tell you why I think what you but in your body weight you know the available I guess for better words a lot of women come into the club because he couldn't smoke at the club to call me vein people that would go to the bars and clubs dropped dramatically it really hurt the bar business in a big way and then to be cautious on what they were getting especially I think my daughter at one time was probably the THC and knowing what was naming biggest but your auto your open table account automatically opt into sharing your dining profiled preferences with other established Eric other restaurants no one I want to eat because I'm not going to be influenced where to go eat but it a little bit too much data being shared so mm people hate being around people that smoke and I understand that don't get don't get me wrong vaping is another thing that some people are annoyed at vapes were apple peach lots of different fruit varieties and I'm sure that appealed to adults and elite and I also watch my kids who were at the time were eighteen who were started vaping and it I have mixed feelings about this same way reason I had mixed feelings about ban of cigarettes in definitely checked out on an open table they'll give you an option there to change those uh those setting the Apple Watch each vape flavor appro- and does this mean that drew and to me again I don't care what you ingest but in your body that's a that's a personal choice I don't what products that they were going to consume and so when I heard about this ban I started looking into a little bit more and actually a couple podcasts talked about it in specifically what they're going to do is the tobacco right and big tobacco wants to make sure that people that are sure it appealed to folks that are under age at my house it was adults making decisions on table data collection the Apple Watch series three has dropped to an incredibly low price in look and of course partner shows and all those linked to EATON CENTRE DOT com. GNC Weak rebe in review done bike for corless the gadget professor down by Mr Dan Bane the pro gears tell if they end up having lung issues so you think I may take an a cavalier approach at this but you can sensually and had the discussion with them about you know not knowing a lot about this product yet in what effect on the human body was is going into those products was very very critical and I can't say that they followed my advice completely but you know I'm old brought to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration you go through a process of cost you about a million dollars nicotine addicts continued to get their team picks that may not be through a tobacco leaf maybe through a vaping pump so jewel single during the period of time when they banned smoking in in bars and clubs you all remember that the number Ron Lot of folks that smoked for many many years and it is what it is so I wasn't really one of these folks and I know some people were hypersensitive to it some people still are lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink right it's their choice to do what they want to do so he rich he clinton thanks soup flavored vate ban is happening and if you want a baby aw stack hope you guys enjoyed Abridge show on thirteen ninety seven someone said where's the show notes as it will be listened to the show flavored bait is going to be back I don't know but what I suspect is remember a lot of these big companies who've they've been bought by they've been bought up by and if you've got someone that's looking in starter watch this might be the one to The one picked up from from apple for being on so this vaping craze started about ten years ago or more you know the the which is the biggest company in the space right now said that their decision is not final and they say that they could see the fruity flavors return future in the meantime the company says it refrained from lobbying administration can develop scientific evidence support unsafe so we'll see we'll see what happens here but retail stores are going to be who is fighting this and what it really means for those view that rely on nations that are going to be able to say oh we've proven our product is safe and then come back on with the flavored product within eighteen months and and again if I'm using the wrong term so be it but people come in by flavored vape juice selling of the device at one time sale they make their money on the product the the juice so what's going to happen now menthol is gone all the fruity flavors are going to be gone all we left is the tobacco L. Killed The market Even Joe says we must reset reset the vapor had a gory so I think what's going to happen is that these big corporations no that just got bide their time getting cigarette no and I remember as a kid in on the first time I tried a unfiltered camel where is that over time they're going to get rid of these mom and pop shop and you're going to have one or two big corporate absolutely decimated by this by this ruling to to try to curb vote I vote teen vaping you know teenagers have been finding ways of smoke since cigarette's been soul there's been a ban on the product and you're going to end up having then as you know again this high barrier FDA barrier to getting approved we're going to be gone they will be absolutely gone now be decimated because where do they make their money they make their money not on the your local vape shop the picked up different type of vaping material is those in a year those all those mom and pop shops or is going to go black market and that's word people are GonNa be sold under the counter and probably be very cigarette sales at teenagers since you know God was a child let's let's be frank but if you think about it to teenagers ever really have a problem I got it I just think about it now it makes my stomach Berle so what's going to happen here society in working particularly with regulators well jewel left their trade organization have all their vate juice certified as being you know safe what does that mean people smoking I predict the sale of cigarettes are going to go back up because if people can't get what they want in a vape product you're going to own the category and the and as some people like the column the local chemist who may be doing a good job me and they're going to run all the mom pop chateaux they're going to run all the local chemist out that had been making vapes bape juice there's reset means restart reese reset means come back to the beginning and and go again because they know they're going to be able to afford and you know India has effectively banned vaping countrywide legal age I want to hear from you too what do you think about this group flavored vape ban What's your not a good job in putting juice together he's going to be out or he's going to be like the new age drug dealers because hey got me we're going to go get it in a cigarette product so I duNno we'll see as Rita says Philip Morris American Tobacco and a few others yes same as a vape you know that's the question so you're going to ban e cigs but yet you can still buy cigarettes so I know many of you that are vapor probably really pissed off about this I'd love to hear someone that vapes that's legal age that listens to the show and if you aren't thoughts and you agree with me that it's the big corporations that have come in the Big Tobacco Orig- Corporation and why are they banning the flavor supposedly the kids to quit vaping but was that really the case eyes are shut now you have your phone locked down the nightstand your sleep all right moving on here Google picks a four well the have you tried to unlock your iphone using the State of Michigan that I'm living in now has banned flavored e CIGS and San Francisco's banned the sale of all e CIGS says e CIG is L. in a one or two flavors menthol or regular I guess I don't even know what they call them and I know that there's e consider ultimately going to to to clean the market up and you think their local vape shop is going to survive and only on your wife's pers no we don't right we don't go dig around their wives person if we do we ask permission first right we don't go and you know again what you what you ingest putting your body is your choice I don't care I just think it's ironic always look at the sigs and there's all these kinds of categories but I'm just talking about the juice splattered that's the best way for me to describe it What do you think's going to happen what if it's a girlfriend or what if it's a someone staying over or you're on the couch and you know you just don't know right host well that something isn't it and So they need to fix that I ended up turning green and Puke in probably the reason I never smoked as my bad experience with an unfiltered camel and like thirteen Bill Fox and next thing you know you're the -nificant others in your phone I know that everyone allows Persson get other to have access to their phone at any time but space is that some folks are putting vape juice together are covering it with vitamin E. or something to that pack and currently aw require the password because I know there's nothing ever hit on your phone right in a fruity Tutti V8 juice over here for sale and the charge a premium for your still going to buy it Bryant underground speech with your eyes closed you know what will unlock right well the Google Pixel four will face on lock even if you're third party vague juice had some sort of crazy chemical in it that were they were cutting and this is what I hear tapping h. e. about your privacy and worried about your phone being unlocked while you're asleep by someone that should not be snooping around then turn feature ghost stooping around they in typically wives don't go snooping around in our wallets unless they're looking for a twenty and we find out later the phones are pretty personal these days and Just like you know do you go rummage era and Fellas dego rummaging Tsk what's more dangerous and we know that we've had some people have some deaths or beeping but did they buy some your significant other says I wonder what's on his phone or what's on her phone and they they they hold it up to your sleeping face and online he's curiosity rover in another image has taken which you can see very clearly the as they expand on the picture a little bit the imagery on that and so they've got some other stuff here at talks about the curiosity and shows a tracks they making ecstasy and they say it requires icy be open but they proven that that is not the case so if you've got google picks for any reason the tracks in the image so Nice Nice Pixel resolution and chose the route that is not so healthy young vitamin E. well not necessarily so yeah I'd love to hear you guys thoughts new lehner spacesuit is going to be a lot more comfortable and they're going to be designed specifically there I'm going to have designed specifically for the ladies the suits today are not specifically designed for for the ladies so they're going to have male and female bits which is nice the landing so very very cool stuff here this is the best picture that they've ever done and of course the imagery comes from the Mars reconnaissance you're lease kind of worked at my house so you know what do you think about that phone being able to be unlocked while your eyes are orbiter which has been circling the planet since March of two thousand six so pretty Nice pretty Nice Pretty Nice rover from space and this is a this is a great great picture and target I launches of the optimus is that where they said it was going to be used I is the artists launches yeah well it's not hard to believe but this one hundred sixty nine miles up the Nass insight later on the surface of Mars and shows route that the ages all right NASA and pulled out some great articles today Nasr's spotted the insight Mars lander in periods and when it comes to the oxygen and so forth because everything is now smaller with new technology and it'll be used in the first as we move forward here as well on the scientists front scientists WanNa make a three d map of the entire world before I'm it in this should not come as a surprise but did you know the space suits that they wear today are nearly forty years old the design has not changed so Nasr's but anyway they want to do this Three D. mapping of the entire Earth as initiative we'll see who pays for that just like a cell phone you just have to do but it on the censor and you don't have to stick it in to be read or anything it just reads the elevator change basically backs you know affects the entire world and they'll see what changes and what doesn't the actual solar panels and you can see the the were the the ground has been disturbed when they use the rocket assist but the aircraft and technology needed treaty is is is well known well documented in being used Samson's got something pretty cool Sam small business can now use a Samsung phone too and Using lighter light is one of the technologies in used and doing pretty mapping but again you have to sh the phone with it the back of the phone and they can actually do point of sale right on a cell phone so folks that are at trade and and or or what will chain and but this is going to require an incredible effort if they want to do this not only the storage space to do this and no pictures of the new suit yet but they're they're going to be able to put them advanced technology ends and backup system the curiosity took as well so how personnel have linked up the show not spree to review and another space story NASA is the the the actual point yourself system is the is the Samsung phone itself so they take the credit card and they actually touched seen some famous of videos of Apollo which basically the astronauts were often doing push ups because they had fell down and I little so exciting stop in being able to do point yourself stop China is giving testily green light per project APPA contactless payments and if any of you have got a credit card recently some of these credit cards are coming that basically all you have to do there but it's a big it's a big effort lots of aircraft with lots of lasers and so we'll see what happens with this shows people better do flea markets people that have mobile businesses this is a great great advanced they let cars Everywhere Electric Devices Electric Three wheelers electric delivery vehicles the list just goes on and on on the Samsung device and it will also send erie seats we email access real time sales data and complete sales history complete Greek multiple and Howard's device being towed his worldwide APP sparingly not available in all regions making meaning will be rolling out in in areas little you don't have to have you know square reader anymore again he just tap the card on the back of the phone and they're going to allow people to do you have to to essentially by very close I don't think there is ability to to three d light our stuff from space if there is I don't know anything about it arp idea exactly the technology using but it's contact list and it goes into the point of sale system just like a normal credit card would to be approved but in this case all staff accounts and support multiple devices linked to your pound so this announcement comes after Samsung mobile wave complete accessible pilot of the system at some point I'm going to need to replace that and been thinking about which way to go always pay this huge premium on the apple side what's happening worldwide with with electric and it's given people mobility they haven't had mobility before electric bikes these nasty developed this new species for the arduous program and they see so give asked him greater mobility and of course we've all have a gun on my mind and I'm probably a year or two away but the macbook pro that a been traveling with the law you and its initial run you file as a merchant with Samsung and after he completed the registration and be able to start shopping for trying to get on their feet and handy too bouncing routine to the stand back up so exciting stuff coming out of NASA as ice of this and it's no better than a MAC book it's coming at four grant and some people are saying it was a lot less than gets five thousand jeep you in it it's optimized for video three d acceleration of course for those that are doing gaming and so forth but I'm looking and the seventeen inch based model is based on blade pro and no word on price on that so twice since June in both those times I've regretted so I'm trying to cut back on the on the fast food even though I shen so Tesla cars are going to be finished in in China and they're gonNA start working on the factory directly and this is going to allow Tesla to do is avoid tariffs coming into the country because the cars are going to be assembled there and sell them and give them better access to the Chinese done on the Mac I've really considered will I buy another Mac when he get ready to you know do an update it's flavored products and enforce measures to combat under aid use they say we must reset the vapor category earning the in Canada for last few months Enduring Trowel Samsung pointed sale at racked up over ten thousand downloads now Samsung's ready start rolling out more regions begin we'll see but these are great not only great gaming laptop housed with their also great video processing laptop despite the new sincere in many cities United States along with scooters that so anyway this is a big news here and I thought it would be the base duty addition configuring comes with with an ice seven ninety seven fifty eight processor a four Tesla will make history when the first vehicle begins rolling off assembly line following this announcement and expect twenty twenty two to maybe contactless payments using apple pay Google pays simpson pay or contactless cards from visa and mastercard and you'll accept payments up to one hundred dollars per transaction we're going to win an xbox one x bundle and you have to get to Lupus so starting Thursday and running through November suffered a traditionally done believe it or not on a PC and even though a lot of process here for videos all right next up eat at Taco bell and I'm will Mitt I've only ate at Taco bell one time since June I've made it McDonald razer selling a new fifteen inch studio titian basically it's a full blown video editing suite it's got a envy the QUADRA RT third Taco bells giving people by five dollar doubled Chalupa box online or in stores a chance to win a xbox eclipse Bundle Geico Bell APP people actually get delivery Paco Belt and see get some time but anyway if you can stomach Taco Bell I and the more mobile I ben recently I found that I've been doing a lot more editing video editing lot more audio editing when they follow instructions on the box so this includes an xbox one x an X. box elite wireless controller series the earliest date for potential cars to be roll off assembly line by tussled for the Chinese market directly you know one thing that L. or K. 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SSD You before you can even buy it in six months of xbox games pass ultimate so again got a double Chiluba box online for delivery or through the I've aided hey of see more than a couple of times Taco bell wants to give you an xbox one x bundle again up to five thousand people his Shield TV pro was has basically been leaked it's a bigger it's got better remote and basically it's an Android TV this is an option for you if you want to win an xbox one x little bit more information coming out from the video the latest we'll see you next time I won't say Aloha but really it's take care bye bye digital chimes and it is user installed but it's not an idiot proof as a battery powered doorbell like the Aug view or the ring video doorbell to stuff still exists but it does the Fed's massive child porn sharing site while three hundred fifty people have been arrested along with ground which is cool and again arlo video doorbell is for wired electric installations only connects to existing mechanisms. I like these powered ones better be honest with you that's available for one hundred forty nine dollars and comes with a free trial of the company's thirty day reporting history after Radio Doorbell now right well I thought about putting doorbell on my door here and I don't even have a really a need Arlo is done the obvious thing and put a hammer into doorbell the only difference with this one is got wide or all the stuff they needed to roll him up and actually the green authorities rolled him up and they did not announce the arrests for some time they Israel to get in to see the IP address he was doing bitcoin stuff but he wasn't covering his tracks and Bitcoin they actually got guys name address is picture vertical yields a view where you can actually see your your package when the delivery guy comes and puts it on the ground you can actually see it on the these people should be just taken out and shot no trial for them all right so anyway that's the latest nvidia shield TV Intel intelligent was going to publish gender and race he's the companies will not be required to publicly disclose that data previously Bloomberg reported the EEOC required race and gender data but not paid the South Korean man that was running it he was running a tour hidden server but he didn't cover his tracks enough be the so we'll see what happens and see where Intel Paul's out in the loop ear are low are low video doorbell you know everyone's gotta be really really sick and the indictment goes all the way back in two thousand eighteen and they had eight terabytes of illicit material so Pretty close up did I tell you guys I got the Internet hooked up at the the law then when moving into so wapping six gigs down woohoo no neck six six MEG. D- Hopping Discussing Yahu is deleting all content ever posted to Yahoo Groups you haven't December Fourteenth Donald vows before the permanently removed so the Fed saying this is the real really sad part of the story the Fed said they aided the risk of twenty and there was ten million groups at the time so obviously retail victims were being abused by site users again to suspected suspects committed suicide after search warrants were executed against them moved Yahoo Groups shutting down after more than eighteen years so the following features are going way files polls links bowlers Rian thirty seven of these folks sculpting and I guess majority of more here in the United States in a way to peers time to go ahead and arrest the other three hundred and thirty seven individuals two of which committed suicide after they had been served search warrants so basically they're gonNa make CEOS liable in this so we'll see where this goats three months of cost you a minimum of two ninety nine a month they continue which is actually the cheap so one forty nine from our low it's hard to believe that the it does it's pay gap this year the equal employment optic mission will for the first time require the same kind of pay data from all companies with more than one hundred boys it took the US government a long time to guess round everybody up really really really a gap data this appalling discrimination settlement the tech giant lunges for transparency and promised exposure following week of turmoil in the for one just to have the extra camera on the front but I don't WanNa have to drill and wire it because I want to make sure it has our all the time but exposed to be done well then best I've been getting out of his about six so remove it up in the world out here in the country where I'm at does folders calendars database attachments conversations email updates message digests and messy history there one hundred fifteen million users in two thousand ten we do watch the debate and I'm like no I haven't watched a mainstream TV and about a year and They thought I was crazy. Opt Out of data so He says Mark Zuckerberg won't take America's privacy ceremonies seriously unless he feels personal consequences no I'm healthy my mind is healthy I'm not watching any of that stuff don't care to be quite frank it's an official version of the draft that was available last year and like the draft the fish aversion version would give the FTC power more like more power like the ability to find Gal who grew lost prominence is social network soared and we know that Yahoo Business in general declined so it's been a have upscaling four pay and it's going to USB three point zero parts per se Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet four as well date it's going to have The w vision atmos- that and is GONNA be off the video Tigra ex I processor other lawmakers in both the house Senate if energy similar data privacy Legislat- legislation but so far none of them put to vote they're not doing anything I don't think ext to get it off their moving on Senator Whiteness pushing his mind Your Own Business Privacy Act board it would give the FTC more power to punish techniques there's a new service out there that is launching that's news related kind of got my tension here a little bit her founded I didn't companies for user privacy violations the bill would allow the FTC to set minimum privacy in cybersecurity standards for techniques issue fines up to four percent of the company the account recalls outside the APP then you have to activate the use Siri option for the APP in Iowa device settings so

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Retro RFC Larry DiTillio Interview from 20 Years Ago This Week

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Retro RFC Larry DiTillio Interview from 20 Years Ago This Week

"The Radio Free Hello and welcome to radio. Free Cyber Tron February twenty fifth. Two thousand we have a great show tonight. We have a full thirty two minute interview over the phone with their Gilio story editor of beast. Wars transformers that's coming up in just a few minutes right now. Let's go to John Delina for the current. Att Buzz how you doing everybody. This is the ATT buzz and not much in the way of hard news this week on. Att. I know it sounds like a broken record business truth however there was an interesting discussion on. Att This Week and it was over on topic posts. You know you're humming along. Att Raider Rekindle that debate. Or whether or not mega trying to Gal. Try the same guy and before you know it you're staring at a post entitled The you like dogs. Or what toothpaste do you use? Of course the real tragedy of all that is that you could easily make that transformer related. I mean just ask what. Toothpaste did megatrend news. I think the answer is obvious. Makes ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT SO naturally he the crest man? Anyway based on what's been said so far it's clear that many of you on att or tired of reading stuff that has nothing to do with transformers and it's true. Att has always had off topic posts but lately it seems pretty bad and I think there are two reasons. Att Is being swamped with off topic posts. Lately I you know it's down part of the year. Believe me. There's nothing passed a few new toy pigs from toy fair and some real video beef machine episodes coming in from Canada. So it's natural that the number of off topic posts increase. There's just nothing new to talk about and that brings me to my second point. You see normally the lack of new material wooden slowdown. Att But it's different now. The longer transformers goes the further we get away from. Why and how was founded you see? At was founded by a few people who absolutely loved G One. They lived it. They couldn't get enough of it and the new fans are for the most part. There are exceptions. But for the most part they're less into transforms they liked the shows. They like the toilet but unlike the older fans who loved transformers the newer fans will. They have shorter attention span when it comes to transform discussion you one example with this go read the Classic Dot Moderated Group Att. I mean those Jiwan freaks heaven had new material to talk about years literally years and they still keep rolling but on. Att when the news of the day runs out a third of the patients of the newer fans. Here come the off topic madness now. Personally I don't mind a non transform related discussions every now and then but I guess over the past. Few months has gotten out of hand. So you gotta remember the. Att's Newsgroup for discussion of transformers at the place where we can go to escape. The stress of real-life. Relax and talk about transformers. It's not a newsgroup where a bunch of people who happen the light transformers go to talk about everything else. It's faith entrepreneurs it revolves around transformers. It is transformed to keep that in mind next time you join the group. That's the buzz on John. I must remind our audience that John Lewis aditorial do not necessarily represent the views of anybody. Else Thanks John. Perhaps some of the people who used to be regulars on. At don't post as much because they all have their own websites by now. The show takes up quite a bit of my spare time and frankly I'm just too tired to to type out long essays anymore. It's too bad because I have just as many long winded things to say as I ever did but unless I get a secretary. That'll take dictation for me. I probably won't get around to reading them all out But moving onward Brian Kilby. Who could not be with us today? Because his voice went out or so he would have us believe Wanted me to mention some Various websites that we would like to promote altered states magazine was updated this week with Over one hundred and thirty quality images from toy fair two thousand These are pictures of all the new toys or most of all the new toys for the year. Two thousand You can reach altered states magazine by going to Sky Jammer Dot com slash. Asm We'd also like to thank Sky Jammer for the rotating banner that Occasionally Features Radio Free Cyber Sean Also we'd like to Have you out? Marvel Universe transformed was at Geo cities dot com slash marvel t.f and finally the Matrix T.F. On Yahoo is having Memorial Day celebration In honor of the transformers go to clubs dot Yahoo dot com slash the Matrix T.F. And sign up for your character today. And all these you are else will be available on the homepage. I assume radio re Cyber Tron and now the time has come for our special guest Larry to Tokyo story editor of Beast Wars Unfortunately the sound quality isn't the best in the world because well we don't have a very big budget at radio. Free Cyber Tron So we had to go to radio trash or radio shack maybe not in your area And get a cheap little Gizmo to record off the phone wire directly onto the computer So there was a lot of background noise which I removed a lot of But it's still not the best sound quality in the world so you might want to up the volume at this point. You're listening to reorder freeze cyber draw. This is Turin with radio. Free Cyber Tron talking with Larry to to Leo Former story editor of Beast wars already. Alright okay let's see what have you been up to since since beast wars well I've I did talk series at the end of last year. Basically December November December and January scripts split between Sean France. Loop for nothing show and a basically they could work out. We're going to start it off so beast. Wars was in Canada and the show's done in France. Don't work out of these days. I'll work in La but There is there's something good about working for refining sure Canadians because nobody went And you get other perspectives. Were quite on. What what What influences do you have Are there any other writers that you admire influenced your colleagues? I put down a couple on whose part we spent an hour writers. I admire all writers wealth. All the writers were Volkswagen. My top guys writing absolutely of Alaska and got to meet him at one oil which is very nice of course pass on and actually a great law Michael Moore car always a big pay. Remind the our series Jack Caraway Actually. The Guy would got me to be a writer really. I really like Jack. Kerr knew a lot of people but I find really loved it A grand old veteran. Wha Who do the length horrific writer and you know personal friend. Category Hauling Paul In Film and TV Act GOES BACK. A long term. But I'll give you some of my latest admired. People getting really ran with David Chase this affirmative on HBO. That's a terrifically written series guys almost a genius for having turned down holy times and then finding bird. Hbo where along two of my favorite film rights would be. David with people who did unforgiving foodies would and hero and soldier I can't say he's the guy who Got Me doing war. Titles if you actually retire I want following through my whole title And he always had the woodwork guy. Frank Burns who just did The Green Mile scripted which I actually read over the weekend and this is just about his touchy more so than film Terrific film I wish it would really can't reward radio Also of the outside of West gravy original already Kuby Nightmare Street Dream WARRIOR. Which was already free was done by Arab And it was really the vast through the series other than Washington And I'm partial to Kevin Smith WHO's Chasing amy and Dogma Mall Rats Clerks but he's an interesting filmmakers following his career and so I'm pretty good people Alvin Sargent or vacuoles. Who did ordinary people wrote? More people all right is high at Moyer. That's pretty extensive last war. But we'd be here all day. You've done a lot of work on shows that were mainly aimed towards children like beast wars or he manner campaign power. What interests you about writing for that kind of audience. Money effort foremost. It's you know writing a tough profession. I happen to have a big reputation. Animation goes way back to giving which was really I speak. Syndicated hit I don't know if you could actually call in animated shows and not a whole lot move Asian show There was a lot of stock footage. That was before the CGI days where you can actually do. Something interesting with footage But I don't really consider myself a writer for children per se. I consider myself a war of I try to write shows that our family at a child could watch with their parents and both good enjoy on different levels. I think that's the kind of show that a lot of people for well. I think it probably the closest we ever got to doing that. where adults and children alike off liked it through different. Read his toys bashing each other and the adults paneth serious plots that were going through their despite all those phillies Kevin Power. I have to say that we actually at that show for adults even supposed to be designed to our children. And if you've ever seen captain power there's a lot of very hard hitting stories on And that was just because Gary Goddard. Who's using said. Well we're going to crash and burn within a do. It was something we could be proud of rather than the shame and he kept to that weekend for that. That was a very good show that I was way way before. Its time and You know fans picked it up over the years. It'll show you places. Occasionally I get a chance to live action but it. I don't think the orients was ready for In science fiction fans found that a little bit too late I over to another season which I was supposedly entity and actually did helpful fluff but You know writing for children has its strengths and weaknesses and specialist effigies. You're limited you know in language you're limited in what you've been show Especially big thing especially I do. Mainly action shows and people are very leery of action shows job. I love those when I was a kid and I. I think all hit law. They're Kinda boy shows but because the gender getting close together You know women like their though shows as well Which is good. I like that. My daughter watches action shows and we like him and I think that's what anything should do that when you writes typically for children I'm talking more about children. Maybe for six up to about twelve because that's usually where you're writing for younger children You know they can't absorb a whole lot of doing already. Mercer Willis White Show. I was never any good at those. Because they're just not my bag island is it Is it easier or harder to to write a show where he works on two levels as opposed to something? That's aimed just for adults. Oddly enough home beast wars it it it kind of started out strictly children and then as we we wrote more and more scripted you follow the progression of the season the scripts get more and more sophisticated as we We were. You always have to have a Louis when you go in The actual fact is when somebody starts show no matter how much detail they did bothering. Did a whole lot of detail on these. Of course we were. We were in advance situation Basically we had nothing push against except the two sides. That's why we started to aunt like the aliens. Life g one transformers showing up because basically we were left with the vaccine will fight the credit cards. There was nobody else there That's very limiting situation often. I of course. I think we said several. I would have preferred with the show as and have factions travels implant which is probably well actually definitely where we would have gone. Had these wars continue? We were already off the plane. We were course making plans. Start doing a whole Jerus- if you planetary stories space was where I believe. The transformers belong here technological races. That always out there. Just keeping bees towards planet bound. Was that a eat. A trump has row. Yeah right off the bat and in fact making it earth who's also needed. We didn't want any. We wanted to say. Well it's earth like planet. We don't really know where we are And they said ten at first they said okay for him and then then said Oh no another. Let's make which of course brought up if you were and of course they. They should've familiar with it. Transforms created But they they didn't seem to get the concept that she this is very limiting tiny. Part of that was they were only. I think they really really thinking of doing the first one I think they. They weren't quite sure how well he was old and so they were being cautious and in being cautious with people who are not writers were created. So I'd be cautious. What you usually get with the show where you can't just you can't push. That envelope became go to places. You want to go and that does hurt the writing. Was you feel like you're in this box evolve and I did everything we could the first year. Push out of that part of it. We did a pretty good off that we were helped in that by a good produce Johnson who produce them or seconds or yeah and we argue a lot but he he had a good sensibility that we needed a very good executive. Hafbro and You know how to say. His name escapes me Who Was George? Who was liaison with him and he said you know you guys are doing good work and we don't fear that shaped absolutely we really got. The boom was off arose. We got that show It was like they trusted us a lot more when they didn't know what we're GonNa do always showed what we can do. Settling all you can do is give you a number one show so now you should really leave us along and just let us do the job on the six but you have to pay the Piper in the fibers. It seems like I've I've seen that I've seen that before a lot of other shows. Oh I've worked on one hundred. Where they they start out and they were really well and then the executives stick their midst in and managed to mess things up. That's why I don't really like working on toy driven shows by done. I did it sort of worked for MATTEL and You know these worth Hasbro on a couple of warning between you never went anywhere and there was always a lot because they want to sell for And they really do look show was in fact that they lately said well. What we want is a toy commercial. And Bob and I said we don't torture you otherwise we'd be advertising copywriters we wanted. We wanted to be ready right stories year. We'll put your toys in them. But that's not our main concern. We don't really care about selling toy because if the show was good it will sell for it. It's gotta be it is. It doesn't matter how popular toys R. Won't for and I've seen that happen over and over again and you have to have good toy. This one was pretty good. Must be wearying to to deal with those battles on a continual you know after a while you get old enough like if you can hang around this pamphlet seven years like I have You get used to it and you work with it. It's like any other job. You voices always busting your chops now in beast wars what What character did you enjoy writing for the most obviously I really liked arrangement I I like spiders and I quote on a him right away And I got this Tarantulas on the on the credit side on maximum. Obviously Rach route used fear in my heart I like both those characters but I like almost all the care There were very few characters. I I hated what happens together. Just is when you work on his show. This is how it works You as you start to write the character you get a feel for and also at the time you you were you first start. You don't know who's GonNa be playing or you. Here's like voices on tape from the auditions and you have to see how they play out the writing. And that's how you basically get a character I like Theresa's because he was psychotic. He was associated hat and he was the only one who is going on. And he had his own agenda and part of that. What actually that's where you turn a A weakness and strength What we realized we're stuck with these two factions. He said well. What can we do? To kind of like up the stakes into upstate. We added an inhouse faction. You might say by having tarantulas having his own agenda and actually punch you across many times causing more double-crossing negative And yet being guy that he really needed because of his technical skill megaton basically how to put up with ricky blasted never get off. He knew that until later on. You got one Panta rationalises art very interesting like found the development of the character. At first the first thing I did was the web onto which I thought was pretty good script And and a little frightening which we always tried to be a little bit frightening get paid like that. Louisville has fighters. You know scared. You know what I'm doing and it just as devious deception and trying to figure out why he knew what he what he knew and what he was doing about his agenda was made the character. Very interesting personal choice. Because I'm that crazy about about euro If you said who what the characters. It's not a question of liking the noise but I was not really interested in following mega journal following off in this. Because they're basically he's the hero he's the villain and we give them a Lotta shady but I like the minor characters. I like to have a minor character Come to the fore and And you say well you know yeah. We're interested in this mega. Also these guys deleting their issues I think tiny bodice good example of a character that you know switches sides right away and kind of a traitor to negative on and then you kind of really got the place where you find about. Almost the most noble of all of them we know in his final vision for more complexity and exact and some support personnel. Everybody expects her to be the here on the hill to be the villain but they don't know what to expect from the supporting hair. I you know what the Cisco Kid is GonNa do. You don't always know so That's why I like a minor characters. I'm a big fan of character actors of the characters that I suppose I like the leaf and a half the prefaces though. I don't get anybody. Hackles rise none of this has to do with the actors. We had a really really great group. They really made that show work. They made alrighty workers they were terrific and in tarantulas particularly kind of started out something of a comma character. You know he was laughing. Maniacally almost every second and I noticed that I think Alex call it plays into Iraq. I don't always remember play what But I noticed that as he got more meaty stuff to do he came off at tittering. Burma character and by the end of the thing. Even though he's still had his comic element he was a really serious character And so the better you write the better the actors perform when you have good actors. We have really good actors Scorpion. Knock with the character That you know we. We killed him off pretty much without fanfare along with Harrison because those were the two characters they were kind of very one and there really was kind of no place to go with them in and simply because we were dealing with about forty characters. It's we just couldn't give everybody there do even the I accept this There were certain things he had to get going in certain characters. Just rat trap was immediately. Breakout care everybody liked it. A lot of writers and the writers love always had to work with graduate no matter who they just because everybody likes that. Y Care Scorpion knock was just dumb. You know what I like about school was that he was really the only one really loyal to mega truck. The had no agenda of his own he was he was a drone and he was a good drunk he was he was while you know even though matron was just going to fire services purposes. But that's mega you. There's always like that. He originally carnation give up people on And and you took a lot of flack for the way that the Scorpion terrorists or met their fate. I know and that the That that was in the post the end of the view I recall not dropping the lava Oh what was the first show? The second half and I I would say that was probably the locally After was probably a wealth of what I wrote on inforwars mainly because that's when the company decided that they stick their nose and that's when they were on their high high price toys. And you know let's have a new opposite let having a negative on And you know. Let's change everybody in the first episode. Which is never what I wanted to do. We always wanted to carry that over to the second season and build it slowly and not bring this back immediately. The biggest fight we had We lost you know. We almost always watched those fights because again they're thinking why commercial were thinking organic show. They wanted him to come back in the first episode. Yeah he's got actually the only thing we won on that as we were allowed to bring it back at the end of the first episode so there was a little bit of bill but I hate it I I worked very carefully to blow him to smithereens you know and then they and then it. Kinda was like well. Jeez that cheapens that sacrifice you know we tried to explain that then it becomes immediately back. It's like you never die creative disaster. Yeah but you know I. It didn't work out so much of the disaster but then we had to change everybody trans metal so we had to come up with the rules the rules on how this stuff works and oddly enough we just the cliffhanger. I left lent itself to You know going ahead and say okay if something big has happened where everybody gets changed. Let's just bring it off of other voices and say okay now. This shockwave with all walks of his may become middle it actually kind of work but you know it very many people always just like commercial and I have to agree with him on on that. That's that's how has rose thinking of it. I tried to do the best I could. I don't think I did too bad. But you know. And so bob in the follow up episode episode but we we were locked into basically taking the characters we had worked on for twenty six episodes very carefully built so that each had a unique interesting personality and then changing all with you know a blanket reason and it just. I it it. Didn't it stucco off at the time but there was nothing we could do. We're professionals were being paid. Were supposed to give them their due. So it was the highpoint of your work and I would say the first season script wiser. Excuse the spark. I thought it was a very good script Maybe I lost a little bit of it because it was just a bigger story for one episode had rain a lot of character force So but the learning process That Auburn I went through in in the first twenty six episodes I think that was the high point. We're all very we really. We looked at the stuff through animation was with the vast we had ever worked with. We could actually character expressions. We didn't have had everything with wine. You know it was beautiful stuff and it got more beautiful series went on And we will. We would happy. We were delirious and that and You know say Oh we can do all these great stories that we never were able to do because we didn't have the animation that was up to and that really was a high point and I suppose for me was the the alien cliffhanger other voices wanted to script and had a lot of drama. Twist hers that people were changing. Alliances lefty right. We made her first appearance as a good bad guy that good young actually which she was also one of my favorite chair. I like them all really whenever I had to use them. You know I I did the best with and they were good to work with mainly because of the voice actors. I knew prevail anything away so that helped off and the animation. So when you've got everything working for you. And and he goes and people kind of leaving you alone. That is the high. For the second year basically executives change writers. They are in a lot longer than executives. I I think we work with three different executives for years because the Consul Regan fired or somewhere else or changing or whatever you know but We got a lot more interference voice. We were a hit which is not the way I do work. Usually they leave you alone ahead. But this went the other way and part of it was political. Fighting has room Ls about that. You'd better And part of it was just the they just I for some reason. Didn't I didn't count on us to just keep doing what we were doing. And start at the fourth. And now we're GonNa do this now and you know what you don't understand. We have thing that's going has its own momentum in the middle of if you're taking the wheel go because we're but again we did our best and we actually got some very very good script out of the second. The third season on the interviews was in its highest than we change to a fifth years producer. Had left by that time and It was kind of a mess because I again. Because we didn't know if we're going to have a four season which happens every year. You know you all know the story. We never really knew if he's GonNa Continue. Despite the fact that of course is ratings. Were always very good Well so that you know highpoint first season as you know as we realize that. Hey we can. We can really make this working with me. Tell a really good or a year and I suppose a locally you were. Everybody was just saying. I don't know that we have to have ten one hundred. Were you ready to leave after fifty? Yeah we were And I I think if we hadn't had the difference we were able to go the directions we were. We were pushing this show. We would've been more upset about as it was now we were. We were taking everything out that we love the alien like they never liked that. I have never liked that. I eat Mainly because they had no alien I thought well makes me from. You can make paces that we've got it up here. They they didn't WanNa make so that was it was a toy thing We're used to. It shows that we had to well. You know this gives us an opportunity to go on and do other things. We've always awkward. You Stop I I've managed to are getting projects That long sitting around with my work on these three years exclusively and had to do my own projects they only have so we were ready to go off. Have you watched piece machines at all? I can't say I have. I watched it I went on. I popped in one Saturday morning. Take a look at. The animation is Very nicely I can't say I I'm crazy about the looking Kerik I think they changed. Probably actor transforms they were Kinda cuddly. The A cheater especially with very cuddly. First twenty six episodes that he just really Fortunately their personalities kind of remained So I really don't know how these machines I really can't home other than the other nations but I haven't been all right Controversy questions but no. That's okay. I was Probably just as well in fact I won't even tell you about some of the stuff that's gone because you know they might as well not no. I know people. Are you know I try to keep up with the Lose groups when I can I've got about four actually. I've got five projects the works so the whole lot. Uh-huh all of your old I work. I don't go to his ten million bikes but I don't go watch those Or I love working So Yeah Yeah. We were ready to go. And we're out in yield bob skier and more yards and Burger. Doing what they're doing with these machines since they established has really differs. I'm sure that they're working somewhat a lot more pressure than we were under. Kinda like Star Trek Classic Star Trek next generation which everybody hated me first game on that matter screaming yelled about these wars before it ever got on the air and how terrible it was hard to totally devoid of a sense or reason. Watch the show and then decide whether it's bad that if you say Japan is bad yeah. We'll give it a chance to get. Everybody did the same thing with these machines and and I think it was also one of the reasons why I take. The first season is a high on because people who came into our you know we love the old transform. This is not going to be any good. We weren't cars and trucks again and use that one. You know the old often back. We want oil cactus back and people say well this characters really this character. Well no they weren't. They were your new characters and you know about halfway through people say you know kind of like character this new direction kind of interesting you know and that was you know it was good for the gave all ego boost and and certainly you know made us kind of love. The fans a lot more to win them over Older I suppose we were presented with a challenge. Well now unfortunately bobbing Mardi follow us. You know and I'll I'll say this and Barbara both writers you know they both good ties and I talked to them when I heard that they were taking over because I know you know. And and they said well you guys left like US stuff that you've thought it worked long you've got to go you know And then I'm sure that that they're getting a lot more interference in their first season that we ever did and ours because by then Hasbro new and had like a cash cow or two and They went ahead and and interview. They're working under the distinct disadvantage of using we've reestablished characters. Let people have strong emotional attachments to exactly But you know we were in the same boat because people have very strong. Emotional hatches g one over everybody. Hd Two and I get into comic book form. I if you had the opportunity to work on another transformers project would you be interested in Europe? Only I don't think I will. Has Those hard megan. If if for no other reason than I'm awfully expensive you know and And I'm sure having a team of writers who are paid as one writer was much better than having too expensive rights Gulf War. We got paid better money than anybody getting in the animation field effluent that maybe the Jeff Scott Way back So yeah they have big shoes fail you know. I don't know what they're doing. Maybe office it down and watch the reruns. These wishes and see what they're doing. And I know MARV Wolfman created the template for it and then it was kinda passed over and that was a network Fox Fox new bobby Mardi and they want more because they had had a hit with villa and of course they made. I hate cartoon series that was like a wretched movie. Nobody likes all Bill Fox Fox didn't know us and they knew them. They went with them and they got them cheaper as I say if they were paying them they were paying us. Which I don't think they were. They are I'm not sure it's not my But it's still gotTA BE CHEAPER TO PAY two writers as one pay to writer several And you know Fox's water to work with them so barbarous you got another job issue at writers always do you go and you get another job and you know. Look back you know. I've done a lot of looking back on these wars because paying asked me to do. I just did of a big question and answers. They with the Japanese face were putting a huge resource in Japan in jeopardy and They were nice enough to Haiti and I actually demanded to pay because it was a lot of cereal that I had to walk out and said you know I I am a professional writer. Put It in a book and get paid to get paid very gracious about that money. Hey right on time to say better than the lady and very ever did he hang on So that was Kinda Fun you know and you know. I'm doing this interview and people still ask me questions and I still answer them You know for the best of my recollection. Because it's you know well I'd like to To thank you very much for your time very good. Okay thank you. Thank you very much. That's all the time we have for today's show. I'd like to thank For graciously donating his time for the interview. Like to thank all of those who have linked to Radio Free Cyber Tron on their web pages and I'd like to thank all the listeners until next week. This is terrible for radio. Free Cyber women.

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S10 EP156: Hour 3 - The Deteriorating Border

The Erick Erickson Show

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S10 EP156: Hour 3 - The Deteriorating Border

"Hello and welcome it. Is eric erickson here. The eric erikson show across the nation. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. Glad to have you with me. I am a waiting Congressman ship roy Let's see here. He was held up at a meeting. And i am going to see if i can get the congressman on board. Let's see there. We go congressman ship. Roy how are you. I'm eric how are you doing buddy. I'm great miracle modern technology here. We're able to able to connect now. I i've been talking about this. I'm assuming you heard dan. Patrick clip about Article one section four article four section for the other day and it looks like essentially what amounts to an invasion at the border not in military invasion but a massive swarm of people coming across into the country. You've been down there in one of the to see if you could describe. the scene. got bricks headed yeah article. Four section for the constitution guaranteed the former republican government and says that the federal government is starts to protect this madejski. Go look at what the current down right now. on our and of people mostly coming from You know haiti up through central america mexico and coming up the cartels making lots of money. Talk through del rio just last week. Our senator cruz and you've audi out alawradio rav out mcgowan beating ranchers meeting local leaders down there and we literally have like four or five thousand people in a facility down in mcallen rangers or having more fence line. You've got You know illegal. Immigrants who are dying on ranches eighty nine dead bodies in brooke county seventy five or so dead bodies and del rio sector hundred down Rancher you go out and find people who are dehydrating dying but they try to save their life and That's that's facing and there is an invasion and it is bad for our country that for us and it's illegal immigrants glad point it's federal ninety five hundred pounds of sentinel is coming to our country this year. That's the total of the last three years combined one hundred pounds in texas communities the first four months of this year compared to ten south last year. Our people are dying. They're they're not just overdosing. They're actually dying of poisoning the dangers of sentinel all because the cartels. Because this is doing anything about it. now i got. It's it's not a dumb question. I guess but i keep looking at the map and every time i look. Haiti is nowhere near mexico. In fact so on the opposite side of the gulf of mexico surrounded by water. How're a bunch of haitians showing up in texas through mexico. Yeah these are things that we need to do. Run to ground about backing at youth financing it. We noted the cartel have different price structures for moving human beings for profit into the united states. Cheapest if you're you know northern mexico more expensive you're in southern mexico in the northern triangle. Much more expensive keyboards. Somewhere in the caribbean or Other parts in central america frente world very expensive china or or a state like iran or one of our our our enemy. So you've got That kind of a price structure instead of a market We've had friends of ours. Who'd been down. Costa ricans a couple months ago looking through checklists. Really as migrants are coming in. They're they're signing up. They go pay whatever they need to pay then. Somebody's moving them up through mexico and in the united states the cartels have full in the gulf of mexico. All the way to big band they own saliba and we've allowed that happen and now they've got much more influence on the border. But in the united states We ran across nine immigrants in a car in bernie texas suburb san antonio bound in the trunk driver. The car was an american citizen citizen employees. Depart doug on the west bank Which is a second mosaic does and they were heading to a staff house and put them into the sex and labor trafficking trade. One of the young men paid four thousand dollars. Go to california to pick rape but he was going to stash out. I will say hang on. You're an american employees of a drug cartel with people bound in his trunk. Who thought they were going to be day laborers and instead were being sent into human trafficking yet this is happening and it's happening regularly Where we have these kinds of things that we run into. Not course we have to look into finding them just the same as when senator cruz and i were down laredo a week before last and we were sitting in the little scanner ability at twenty. Nine point. Nine north of laredo. We're watching the command and about five minutes. After we left we got images from one of the trucks that had twenty nine illegals in the back of the truck and then we went out of the red river and there were thirty. Three on the other forever. But this is the reality what's happening. We're getting absolutely inundated. And oprah rod what i do not blame the emigrants eager human beings. You're speaking about our way of life. But we're making dangerous journey for them. Endangering american creating unnecessary taxes putting our hospitals and our schools that were also endangering mexico and and the northern triangle because they're concrete or losing people and destabilizing barron fire economies. Well so this is bad for everybody and this administration doesn't care even taxes are are convert dying and getting injured and we'll let me do a little bit more on an american employees of the drug cartels are our mutual for josh Works down in. Austin has been telling me now for a couple of years that americans don't have an appreciation for the collapse of the mexican state. And how the drug cartels are creating a crisis in mexico destabilizing the country and now it sounds like they're spillover effects into the the southern border area of the united states with now american employees of drug cartels muddling people over for trafficking. You know that's exactly right. Our front josh. You're talking about a hundred percent correct on that I need visit with our friend. Josh our bettle awhile to yeah and look that's the truth. Right and mexico half collapsed in to effectively narcoterrorists eight unfortunate never been at a history the cartels who own Which is stretches. the texas border They're very dangerous cartel. Whether it's the data with radio weather reynosa fax golf cart. Obviously in rhino right across the gallon. Or whether it's the cartel new generation which is now subsumed those other cartels into a very dangerous star organization the local governor and the brief do not earn but they do not running the cartel duck and it is now becoming increasingly dangerous. Three of burned met rea- bodies people britain where people locked into bars and lit on fire. you have people that are held for ransom through the power cartels and they're fearful and now in the southern part of texas for having that influx revenue influence is driving. Traffic profits moving dangerous narcotics for profit and in the meantime are ranchers getting overrun and are forgetting i. What is the biden administration respond to. Is there anything they're doing. The by demonstration has no response bearing head-in-the-sand under pretending to visit somehow compassion. And it's the false name of compassionate. Where little girls were getting branded and raped by cartels while. They pat themselves on the pack. While they're people literally eighty nine. As i said before eighty nine dead bodies in brooklyn county seventy dead bodies del. Rio sucker Ranchers finding human being the mob pregnant with twins. Who was dead in a ranch just two weeks ago. This is happening in real time. The greatest country in the history of the wall allowing that to happen democrat buried their head-in-the-sand pretended to somehow humanitarian. It's not and and we've got to be very loud about this. we have. We have a duty to protect ourselves with those ranchers. Have a duty to protect the ranches property but these are human beings that are being thank treated the political football in fact. Democrats is we in the judiciary committee referred to them as human infrastructure. Essentially chattel. eric. Somehow therapeutical pond it up absolutely astronaut with a duty to secure our border under the constitution. It has good processed migrant. And frankly it's good for the western hemisphere you want to beat china stop around. China would are bordering and dangerous in hurt mexico and hurt their hemisphere. Let's go beat. China having a strong western apps fear with strong economy strong trade. Let's have a secure sovereign nation where we decide who comes down it better for everybody last thing before i let you go. I appreciate your time on this new. You got a lot going on today. The the bite administration one of the things that has come out in a lot of the reporting is one of the reasons they were so hesitant in scrambling to allow a bunch of people out of afghanistan is they didn't want republicans to have another talking point about flooding the nation with green card holders and others and it just seems like they're they're causing too not just humanitarian crises but national security crises Bundling them together in their thinking and they have no plan to solve either situation with americans in fact still left in afghanistan. Yeah there's no question. First of all the current spending bill. They've got in front of the united congress a three and a half trillion dollar boondoggle with massively grant undersea and then part ten years in an extrordinary numbers You know that most are instrument it. It's ridiculous what's happening afghanistan. We have sixty thousand people according to blink under the questioning about rand. Paul ted cruz and something like how like how think none of them were. Part of the has ib program. I got shredded by all of their usual pain. People who fifteen years ago would say. Oh a wall of the nineteen th century. Twenty percent re probably. We're screaming border security. Fifteen years ago wall street journal the chamber of commerce crowds shredded me and fifteen college because we voted against increasing the sl program because they added eleventh hour amendment which massively it lowered the standard would have made it to ngos and up thousands of people. We knew what the by administration but do which is dr people in this country. Who have no betting. We're not a part of the program and now what they're doing and meanwhile our borders wide open dangerous people coming in mid one hundred twelve chinese nationals that we intercepted mcallen over the last year. So that's seven from state terror. We have mastered people coming from haitian haiti and doria. It is absolutely a crisis a national crisis and if you're listening to visit atlanta georgia are all across this great country. He's coming your community. Feno is killing your kids and your Family members in your community and on the of this administration. And we've got to take into our current. Amen listen man. I think you so much for being able to come in today particularly quick notice to do it. My best to your wife and kids and i will tell you i'm sympathetic. Something going on in your life right now y- gutter came home with a trombone. And oh my well. Facebook daughter virginia throws a best. Your family god. Bless god bless your better half and I want to see her with or without you but She wants to ride the motorcycle over to see your wife. So it's gonna come on over on pray for a girl pam. Thank you take care. Congressman chip roy of texas Such a good guy. A really really. He's he's a good friend. Great prayer warrior for my family. And he knows what's going on down there. Did you catch that. You've got people coming into this country who think they're going to be migrant day laborers who the cartels have kidnapped hog tied to the back of cars and they're they're transmitted them into human trafficking men and women into sex slavery in this country and the bite administration isn't doing anything about it. This is not a good situation. Any stretch of the imagination and the national media isn't covering it in large part because they think it hurts. Joe biden will it probably should maybe if they covered. He'll have to do something about it. This is this is a crisis made worse by the administration not willing to build the wall. Donald trump wanted to build. It's a crisis. That a spiraling enlarge part. Because we're not allowed to talk about it. 'cause you racist if you do. Mexico has become a failed state where the northern part of mexico the drug cartels run rampant. Crime is out of control. They control the situation now. They have american employees helping them both funnel drugs and people into human trafficking and the bite administration isn't doing anything about it they need to take action or the states themselves are going to have to and god bless those states georgia florida. North carolina northbound tennessee and others. That are cindy national guard troops to help texas deal with the situation me. The dead bodies. They're the greatest nation on. The planet is allowing this to happen. Then as congressman. Roy says this isn't the fault of the people who were fleeing. it's not the fault of the illegal immigrants. they're fleeing really bad things. They're scared and they're coming here. And the bite administration has no ability to either help stabilize the situations where they are so they don't have to flee or help resolve the situation here so that they're not dying in the desert but also not flooding our country. This isn't a republican versus democrat. Situation here this is a global national security and humanitarian crisis. The by administration is turning a blind eye to. Hello there it is. Eric erickson here You need to know. One of the things to buy administration has done in. South texas is fox. News has been using drones as have other news networks to show the ten thousand people under the bridge. There in del rio texas and the bite administration through the faa has now banned the use of drones in the area so that you can actually see what's going on so local law enforcement in del. Rio texas is allowing the news reporters to put their cameras and helicopters and they're flying around and so there is a in fox fox. News is bill bill. What's his bills last name now. It's bill fox. La is his user. Id is bill. Moluccan is down at the border. And they're covering this. I wanna play for you. Some of the audio from him in this helicopter being float around by local law enforcement after the by administration banned his use of drones new to this is to see from the air. We reported earlier that the faa grounded are fox news drones. We can apply those. Well the troopers with texas out to let us go up in their helicopter with them to get a look at the situation at this bridge right now. Take eleven thousand. Mike a pill into del rio right here and they are waiting under the international aid. Waiting to be processed by border patrol. Look at the mass of people down there. this time. Two days ago there were just over four thousand people there are now upwards eleven thousand. We're talking nearly tripling of the numbers. It just forty eight hours or so you can get a real good perspective from the air right here how many people are constantly streaming in our pilots are gonna take this dirk bit here so you can see why this why this crowd here just keeps getting so much bigger these mostly haitian immigrants but take a look at this as we move up grand right here that mexican town. You're looking across the river. That is still out on. That is the mexican city where all these migrants are gathering. And you can see. They're using this name like here to walk across the rio grande and enter the united states illegally. They knew as a dirt path. That's right below us. And they stream into the international bridge area. We are talking thousands of people showing up every single day. Here the problem is what's happening. The reason why they're all congregated. Underneath that bridge is border. Patrol doesn't have enough agents to process. These folks are completely overwhelmed holding facilities completely over capacity rights for people crossing the rio grande right there. This this is nonstop guys. This is a nonstop trail of migratory crossing the rio grande in multiple areas. Here we're going to have a pretty wild shot coming up to the rio grande right here in a moment. This is a steady line of hundreds of people right across again so that is a steady trail of hundreds of people crossing from mexico as we speak right now. A writing it to the united states illegally. Wow that is a lot of people down here. We've been noticing is these folks are allowed to go back and forth between the united states and mexico border. Patrolling down there. There are no immigration agents on the mexican side. It almost like it's a water park down it does that almost does almost look like a water park. So you've got the rio grande and there's a damn stop play but there's a damn and they're literally walking now it's a spillover damn so it's a damned that has water running over the top of it. It's not like you're thinking of the hoover dam or something where it's dry up. It's actually the water spills over the top but you can see the edges of the dam. And they're walking across it and into further back there actually swimming across river you can see them in the water swimming across the river and there are thousands and thousands and thousands and thousands of people. What happens when there's a caller outbreak down there for you. Think the cove outbreak bad. Wait till you get a caller operate. There's no sanitation down there. There's not other than the rio grande itself. There's no running water down there for them and they're just hanging out. This is a massive massive situation down there and by the way you will not be surprised to learn that the major news networks outside of fox covering this. Except lester holt on. Nbc nightly news last night covered it just a little bit. But cbs. Abc cnn msnbc. They've ignored it as have the major newspapers in the country as staggering staggering visuals. Though i'm going to re tweet this just did If you follow me on twitter works and you can see the video we come back. We'll take your calls eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five all right. I want this audio for you And credit where. It's due. Lester holt on. Nbc nightly news. He is the only one of the big three newscasts nightly newscasts to cover Both That joe biden ignored the afghan advice of his generals and also the border situation. Nicholas von caro. Who works for newsbusters. The media research center highlighted this this morning. Nbc nightly news was the only evening newscast to note the new illegal border-crossing numbers border patrol reveals an august for a second straight month. They encounter where the two hundred thousand migrants trying to cross the southern border. They did refuse to call it a crisis though. But this is less greenwich do he. At least covered it out of the record migrants surge and another baby and toddler found abandoned at the border just as the texas governor tonight is demanding. President biden shutdown border crossings. Nbc's julia ainsley has more. The image is heartbreaking to children abandoned at the. Us border a two year old girl from honduras and her three month old baby brother spotted by border patrol agents along the rio grande river. The three month dole was still in his Carseat a simple colour caught their eye. And we're able to rescue his children. It's just the latest instance of children abandoned during the record migrant surge like these two young ecuadorian girls thrown over a fourteen foot high border wall and the ten year old nicaraguan boy found by agents walking alone and crying and the rio grande valley. You on on us as asians to constantly see Stuff like this happening. The incident comes as border patrol reveals in august for a second straight month. They encountered more than two hundred thousand migrants trying to cross the southern border. That's a twenty one year high though. The total has dipped slightly from last month earlier this summer. We saw agents trying to keep up with the massive numbers just at this one bridge along the rio grande. Why do think that what we're dealing with is much different than what we've dealt with in the it was in the hundreds when we were there tonight. Officials say the number of migrants under that bridge is now in the thousands. They're expecting ten thousand more by the way. Ten thousand twenty thousand migrants. It is era here. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five is. The full number listened e. This isn't a lot of national coverage outside of conservative circles. And you need to start asking yourself why that is. Why is it that no one is covering this. There are ten thousand people under a bridge in texas in del rio texas. They are expecting ten thousand more in just the next few days. The visuals from the air which the bite administration tried to shut down by banning drones and now local officials in texas are putting news crews in helicopters since their drones are banned by the faa. And you're seeing people walking across a damn from a from mexico into del. Rio texas steady stream. You're seeing people swim across the rio grande. You're seeing children abandoned. You're seeing dead mothers in the in the sand. They're uncovering people who are human trafficked congressman ship. Roy was on the show earlier talking about a group of people Tied up and gagged in the back in the trunk of a car. They thought they were being smuggled across the border to go work in the fields of california and in fact we're being redirected by a cartel with their employees the cartels employee who is an american citizen sitting them to a safe house where they were going to be re directed into sex trafficking men and women who thought they were coming here for a better live. Being kidnapped and forced into sex trafficking administration is doing anything. The democrats mocked donald trump for wanting to build a wall. Seems like these people's lives would be far better off with a wall that deterred them from coming than dying in the desert or being trafficked in human trafficking. And again it's important. I think i do think we've got to be mindful. It's not they're not the bad guys. Those people who are coming the children the haitians. The others are coming. They're not the bad guys and we shouldn't treat them as the bad guys we should note. There's an unusual number of chinese migrants coming. How are china's not connected mexico anymore than haiti is how were they coming. Why are they coming. Who are these people. We should wonder are. They're bad people coming in the crowds. Who wished to horror who they can sneak into the country but overwhelmingly. They're not bad people. They are not the enemy there. People who better life and their countries have turned into third world hell holes in mexico. The cartels are overtaking. The government they're controlling birth to mexico. They're locking people in cars and burning the cars with the people inside their hanging them from bridges. they're killing local law enforcement. They're taking over towns. Mexico is a failed state at this point. In the northern triangle countries in central america criminal forces continue to take over and dominate in guatemala el salvador honduras. Nicaragua governments are collapsing. They can't enforce the law and so people are flea guatemala honduras nicaragua people show up at night. They knock on your door. They say tomorrow. You must pay us money or we will kill you in the middle of the night. These families are packing up and if they're not backing released sitting their kids to run to flee to head to america and there are a couple of other points. I think that probably do need to be made here to put this in proper context in this country. You have a bunch of vote. White progressives telling people this country's bad and oppressive and racist and hostile in mean and unrepentant in founded in sixteen nineteen or the backs of slaves. And we've never learned and we are systemically racist our institutions are racist and oppressive. And you've got people in the middle of the night in honduras packing up what they can carry on their backs and flee north to this country because they want to be here. There are a whole lot of people who are literally dying to come to this country while in this country are intellectual. Elite are ashamed of this country if only we could trade them for the others the ones who want to be here because they believe in the hope of this country versus those who are here are american citizens born and raised in all sorts of privileged positions in academic elites in this country who despise this country who want to undermine this country who wanna turn this country away from liberal western democracy into some version of authoritarian control by the left if only we could send them to live in guatemala hunters nicaragua and take those people in guatemalan grog honduras. Want be americans and swap roles with a let them come here so because they clearly want to be your they. They love this country. They know the greatness of this country and they're fleeing through the dangers of the jungles of of south mexico and the wiles of the deserts of north mexico and the cartels that would have put them in cars and burned the cars up or or hog. Tie them and put them in the back of cars and smuggled them here to be traffic sexually by abusers in this country. They're willing to take the risk to come while the intellectually lead in this country. Want them to know that when they come. They're always going to be oppressed because they're not white unless they want to pretend to be white and they still won't be white and shame on them for not realizing they're they're oppressed in this country. Oh they're approach they know oppression the new york times. I mentioned this earlier. The new york times back in twenty twenty tried to explain why hispanic voters and young black men were leaning towards donald trump and the explanation they came with is that the young black men live in a toxic masculine culture of rap music and the hispanic voters are fleeing from charismatic strongman. And they like yours strongman. Just don't like what happened to their country is so donald trump is a toxic. Masculine charismatic strongman. Therefore young black men are these hispanic voters that that's why they're going for. This was an actual analysis of the new york times. I'm not making this up. This really happened. And the white progressively lead in this country till these people that when you come you're going to be oppressed by systemically racist nation and it never dawned on them that the these people they're fleeing something terrible to come here and i gotta safer for people on the right who think we can't be giving foreign aid if we spend some money in these countries and help them clean up. We won't have these people fleeing to this country. We may not want to be the world's policeman but at some point it's a better investment to spend it in central america cleaning up. These third world hellhole country governments so that these people can stay in their countries and build a life in their countries then flooding our southern border. There's an investment to be ad and frankly we don't do it china's going to do it china's already trying to make incursions into central america. We don't want china in the western hemisphere. We need to go back to the monroe doctrine. We need to be aggressively in support of stabilising these countries. Because one it helps us to stabilize these countries so that they're not fleeing here and two. It helps us keep relations with these countries who otherwise we're going to be giving china a military bases in central america from which they can launch attacks in the western hemisphere more than that. We got to do something about mexico. Mexico is a failing failed state in the national media in the united states. Doesn't want to talk about it because it hurts. Joe biden where where's islands injured. Cortez alexandra cortez in two thousand. Nineteen and thousand twenty was going to the border regularly to lament the conditions because donald trump was president. She hasn't been back since. Joe biden was president. The kids are still in cages in there twice as many now we're in she. I thought she was the true believer. She's the political opportunist when it comes to this situation like so many of the others. It's not a good situation and it is made worse by a president who doesn't seem to be willing to tackle the problem and i gotta be honest with you. I disagree with dan patrick. The lieutenant governor of texas. Who says if they come here and they get the right to vote. They're gonna vote democrat. 'cause that's not actually happening. Latino hispanic voters in this country are more and more becoming republican voters in florida in texas and colorado arizona and in california now because the republicans treat them as american citizens those voters and as human beings the bite administration and the democrats in the political. They're they're treating them as a crisis to be ignored. But it's a crime problem. It's a national security problem. The fact that a group of haitians a large group thousands of patients or on our southern border at del rio texas which means they had to take planes or boats to mexico and head north. How did they do it. Who covered their costs. Why are they there. The fact that a large group of migrant chinese have been found at the border who are they. Why are there. How did they get there. And when you point this stuff out the left goes nuts and says you're doing de delve into conspiracy theory. of course. there are no muslims. A we found remember a couple of years ago. We arrested islamic fighters who were crossed the border. This really did happen. The fbi sent out a press release and the situation has gotten better. The situation has not gotten better and we need to get better and to get better. It can't just be the states. The federal government needs help. The federal government has an obligation to stop invasions of the states. This is a real world real live invasion of texas. It may not be an armed invasion. But it's still a mass invasion of people. Ten thousand under a bridge in del rio texas. They're expecting ten thousand more in the next few days. That's not just a humanitarian crisis. It's an invasion in one the bite administration is failing to stop. Something's gotta give here. Something has got to give. And it's gotta be us on our side. Demanding action from washington dc on a bipartisan basis. It's gotta happen for the sake in the lives of those who are coming for the sake of those. Who are the farmers and workers in south texas arizona new mexico who were having to deal with it. Something's gotta happen. I mentioned a couple of weeks ago. At a prayer request for an eighth grader named isaac who severely severely broke his leg playing football Freak accident and he has had to lose his foot and just wanted to bring update They had amputated his foot in there. Hoping that that'll be all And i appreciate the prayers and so many of have reached down and ask for an update and just wanted to tell you Just please keep him in his family and prayers isaac As he recovers from the still got a few more surgeries they have to do. Just a terrible freak accident As i understand it broke his leg. The bone tour through the artery Caused all sorts of damage. Just just terrible so He's in eighth grade. Keep them in your prayers He and his family It just just tears me up to think about it But he's he's got a he's he's doing better than than those around him. His his mental state is great So many other people worried clarence. Thomas is causing all sorts of commotion on the left. They can't stand the guy for one. And he's giving a speech south. Bend indiana notre dame. This is the washington post he defended the independence of the supreme court on thursday warned against destroying our institutions. Because they don't give us what we want when we want it. The longest serving justice acknowledged the high court has its flaws comparing it to a car with three wheels. That somehow still work. But he said the justices are not ruling based on personal preferences and suggested the leaders should not allow others to manipulate our institutions. When we don't get the outcomes we like now he was doing this lecture at the university of notre dame and said i think the media makes it sound as though you are just always going right to your personal preferences. So if they think. You're an any any abortion or something. Personally they think that's the way you'll always come out. They think year for this or that they think you're becoming a politician. That's the problem. You're going to jeopardize any faith in the legal institution. He says he echoes justices briar and barrett and also kagan by the way all of whom had said the courts off political that they they they certainly are ideological and how they approach the constitution of the lake. But they're not be in a bunch of partisan hacks because barrett's words and then justice. Thomas said something else he said the supreme court might actually was intended to be the least invasive of the federal institutions. Might now be the most dangerous win. Some of the court do behave politically and try to make outcomes for politics. The left is attacking clarence. Thomas essentially say well of course. He's a politician. Why because clarence. Thomas is actually very predictable in how he views things and people kind of know where he's going to win and that should be the point of the supreme court. Hey follow along with me here. You want predictable patterns of jurisprudence in this country if every single decision before the supreme court were crap shoot. The nation's business would be up ended by having a number of justices who you can say all right In these cases were not really sure the outcome but we can fairly be sure in most cases. We're going to get this sort of outcome. Because of the ideological leanings of the court it provides a more stable path forward for the business of the nation and the business of businesses. Well like steven briar constantly. Side with the conservative when it comes to a major corporations he knows corporate law and patent law better than most and it provides a way for people to move forward in this country knowing. They're not going to get grossly disrupted by the supreme court. You should want those sorts of predictable outcomes. You should want the unpredictable outcomes and we can predict based on their ideological leanings not based on their partisanship fact that people in the left understand this just shows how they wanna make everything about politics and degrade disregard our institutions that don't do their bidding for them. It's the supreme court's popularity has fallen in large part because the left has so politicized it in an effort to pack it sad. You guys have a great weekend. Ceo of monday.

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Game Of My Life-Alan Hudson Part 5

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Game Of My Life-Alan Hudson Part 5

"Around when i ask way the governor said we're going to talk about the knowing teen seventy one cup winners cope fallen on in athens. We're gonna to talk by the lead up to it. You know the aftermath than and everything that surrounds chelsea's first european conquest fifty years ago. Yeah it's it's amazing and it's it's it's still a fantastic. Talking point of amd it was Was a recognized. Record breaking sharon thing stamford bridge. Way they'd never seen nothing like it it. It was a little bit longer. Lines of this lockdown season in many ways pandemic season because the crowds were very spouse in athens about the replay when the replay was going to be able to cut played cock-up much like the fullest is with all these games played on ridiculous dies. That's what happened in athens and it was again going back to the pop team thing we. We started off in in greece. We start our first gaming grace against the lanka and we. We found ourselves against the club. Team on earth gracie's the would the real madrid team that that's Two evenings did make one little challenges. But borgia was in goal. Lewis benito zarko pirelli zony zenica. Think that's how you pronounce his name. Grosso valez peres morrow and the only name Remember all recognize is francisco. Hint was one of the great real madrid. Players of the fifties wasn't yeah. Yeah he was he was in. With the great these define ivan puskas day played in nightside so and as find me. Johnny ball is still laughing. Because johnny bowl mocked him and the swap shots of him and he had he had a now show. It was wrong night. In america when he was in tampa bay and the president is somebody i said. That's not what you do. John on defense. I said wow. It seems a a good idea. I said what was i. Remember heading coming on and you've got to take watch else it. Which made me laugh. So we'll your experience you don't come on the fulfill where your watch. It eats it to the bench and it was running along the line with a bowl. It was like it was like a sunday gain. It was like a game park. You know. I look because because only because of the buildup and the youth are not nine what was going on and it was. It was quite funny and few that boys which will on to say that. Why on the fuzzy in between the guy. Yeah and that was the first guy but i did my challenge fleets s come on in the plight in the second guy instead of perez and kenzo with was on the bench. Manuel us plight. So that's where the watch comes from the. He wasn't where he wasn't prepared. That you know. I sofala being sixty five. You couldn't have done any minutes. Pat said about the. You know the johnny johnny volta scenario is is fantastic when he tells people attend our nail thing a mouse in when he was the real and But it it. It doesn't really tell the house soy and the and the to what nobody ever touches on you know. We all assume for the success story. I it was a great fate. What we what we did. But i think the k. Moment was when i watched the abbot. Yeah i didn't see him engine but a not even a commentary a new bad it a common sight on a period looks like he's out news arm like he's he's a is on. Well i see perry come out the tunnel before the game with like a plaza coughs on his arm from the game so he got injured in and that swung the guy y you could say when i say about one plant i might contain periods of most incredible. I've looked him up and seen what was remedied in spain and Any show the first guy music medicine and the you know a on a scale you know you seem i some bitter like without tech greeley's for the last twelve games with this this show you in the replay us it's I remember charlie cooke myself looking ivorian before. Well this is our night. Because you know i've played with a broken arm with broken and in fact against accent you just come you come play under percent when you you've got injuries like that wouldn't wouldn't be. It wouldn't a just wouldn't be allowed to play in day game. But he played this not with half with very badly strapped and that costs remedy game. Think now the first guy. Can you remember the chelsea lauren o. Powell i is it a guess. Let's David wet weapons on dempsey and run harry sprite. I i didn't it wasn't it. Yes eating eating. Like he was he was gonna tolerate time in that time and I'm personal problems. I think which we weren't going to at eddie was fantastic friend of mine and he was in a bad trauma that science would imagine revolt. Patty matama at patty was so friday was side with johnny. Was right back yet. Yeah johnny ball was wanted. I would be well whiting out Because he could play there and could come into midfield and the job You know the the couldn't fly out for him because he was too small but other enterprise upfront. But i think he was a apply them but an equal blanco but john. John was a great usually. I would i did jon allen. Cry jump lied in the first game. He did the second as a very good story beyond that as well And then obviously osgood yet tommy baldwin cave in the first guy tommy with sub for the first guy. Yes yeah yeah I've mentioned somebody because of see flashes of the replay when he come on tensai well And nobody has been obviously charlie and obviously yourself and the great year plates of benito was in gaul setting guy. Tommy mean for john hollings. John didn't play in the replay. The first game was on the knowing teen of my and dive guy view the day off and you played on the friday forty four thousand was the attendants in the first game knowing team thousand nine hundred and seventeen. I think the madrid fans went opened. The chelsea fan slipped roughing in athens and on the beach. Yes it did and that was. That was a time when it happened to what it could happen. Today's date well. You could do. Yeah that brought the on to see what what to do for the reply but some because we we haven't really come full would really we have in years but we have any intelligence but in that time we had the the most incredible fans remember the fault matching fans told me that when we played the reply all traffic. I said the blue that ni- wasn't read. The chelsea fans went up there and drives and they took over manchester. And when the push to shove in athens that they couldn't. I want to believe that we had to stay over play again on the friday. The older boys file accounts. I only went for the one night and they were flying. I'm that not officially in the morning. And next thing you know. They wanted to stay for the replace so they will hold their money. They all put their money in a tough each out. Some slept on the beach and stayed flew back the next day An way was five survive back in. Hey fro on thursday morning and an he said that we got about two days later on the side of the moment So that's how much of a cockup that was. Can you remember much of the first guy goes all schooled nominates in well eleven minutes into the second offer fifty six minute and zarko scored the equalising goal pretty much with the last kick of the guy who scored in the knowing teeth minute. Yeah yeah Remember too much they say when you plan if i fond embrace it you know sometimes guys it flies by guys. Iv had and you wish you could play the game again a remember. I should on the record books. I was free to go to be in a in cycle. Smashed me gladys should have been a penalty about. I should also discuss that. This silent up foul me. So i would have been in the record books. The first chelsea scorer and carry that angel fruit guy. Maybe was what we call now. You must have had a score dead leg. I mean the fi. And i was. I was more concerned about. I wasn't concerned for that guy. Because i didn't know we were going to draw of this saying go to reply. It's a the guy kinda pastas pie and it went. It seems to flash by you know when i scored announcement it was you. You really wouldn't. I would be telling your life if i knew what went through my mind and they are off after match. I don't really know what we've done. After the match by having a clue of s it was if it was if you live in some kind of dream you know you just woke up the next day and awful mccollum. I missed last year's fm cuts. I'm not gonna miss a reply. And i didn't even tell them i was in and I went to the flea market and the giants. Okay off the mark on the mood. Just how you keep you know you today. You've probably i sit and the culture or whatever retreat which we used to do i just by wilkin elfin the i walked off and then jumps come back to the hotel and on the wildest stopped off at the athens hilton of not wanting to go in swim. That's when i looked by the pulse. I i see free of top plays in that having a pie and that was on the says the afternoon Which which was a such a payrolls could despite celebrate off. The guy does not before and he said. Leave it to me. That was enough. But david said ed you can have the day off thursday. I remember watching them. An interview with peter osgood and he says which is what we usually doing a day off. The drink is back. I mean he couldn't have a chinese session because it was like my we'd already played fifty sixty games a season with the fa cup. The league cup and the the league matches it come to a to the final. We must have played sixty matches. That season So chinese such make any difference at same wouldn't have made any difference. Because i didn't even know about the i would say much about the team is what we did and i never heard of perry And then you come again you come up against a plaid. Is that when you haven't been sold about even you find out It was much like planning silent. Boy nine in seventy goodison in While performance in that and then now we can put up with his fallow period and he was magnificent on the. You know you might say the show in other positions and that's why all ram we again ask spirit goes for but that tim that thursday round. The pool in the athens in there was nothing. There was charlie cook and johnny baldwin with jani finless. Well was there wasn't any money on my how one of the most famous people that come at chelsea with Johnny feno and he was a terrific full. Lots of like many many of his generation a played in cut faded. Wembley an embassy cup final with Guedes who's the nephew sterilizer. And hey So i had john new lots of pride when we jump was a big chelsea. And he's a big charlie coke fan and he and they sat round. They sat rounded out. Two tables pushed the gavitt to get older drinks on. It was so much alcohol on. That's one i think to myself. It would have made a great you know. He's like the marks made a great comedy if the row madrid coaching. Managing coaching team into a applies to Tonight a full. I would not plan similar them. Free that sandy did for the best plaza. Charlie cook payroll is gonna tell me boating and that's good and then all of a sudden that out they woke and osgood skulls again like i would like us could do nails Of what you did in his life his back on and he said to me. Look you've got you've got an on. Like son woke off and got her husband because she will do my running for me tomorrow enrich i'll skull i needed was just knowing it was still a teenager now. Twenty first of may was was reply. That was in a month before you Your twenty th birthday. You must have been one of the youngest pliers bridge pliers to with being in a cup winning soit in europe. Yeah maybe another. I've i've never really looked. And i'd come out come a long way of. I'm to me in your. It was probably one of the great experiences supply against Probably one of the greatest prize in the world at that time we played in bruges in belgium and they had a fabulous team and they like should have helped us out Over there in belgium like this to nearly should be eight neil. A goalkeeper jump selects was out this world and they had robbie rensenbrink on the left wing and he was known as george best's on that side of europe and he was a magnificent fly really was and You know just the experience allow when football fans talk about football. And i said well you done now until you've been the field with them and i say yeah yes we we could say it and say on sally with the guy but you really don't know until you you've been close up and personal with people that the rugby rent some brink. Was you know you. You've seen joe ceremony. The gold against west ham we base about five plaza know spicing any called full financing. I had to happen but they don't. You know you. You actually add to be beyond that field of into see see. The genius in an pose is like only spaniards tell their grandchildren ways. Like to try and get a bowl of lionel messi. Spectator might think now. But i don beat absolutely roy. In so many times on the radio where and pros i have never played. I'm an and sometimes. It wellings the final hour. I've played the game is simply safe school thing. He sees a different level in you spots on. Unless you've played the guy and played against those players you do not know right. Those players are well. Yeah yeah i it's. It's until it in his summit said in a hour an hour issues. You know it's There's a difference between the club plow in an international flight step. It's a step up. Is you know this is why the greatest thing. Kate cut cropping up at the beginning. Because i said where they won't be out to do that. Level abu i set the view the big of the stage. You put his kid on the berries going to pay and you could see just loses confidence that he wants supply on that fixed. I'd give me the bowl and he got police output shimpei zone success when he praised exactly the same as he would if he was in the back streets. And that's what you call genius and when you play against people you know. They've got a friend in london sexual for years ago about this greatest. She said kate folding over. You'll cry. i said you'll see as eight from dublin. Make make as is very very intelligent man. And i'll say for someone intelligent while you talkin about you. Just don't know nothing about football you support. Mashing you talk about joe best you know george best you know denny slow you know these people you know. Pull mcgraw but you done nothing about full. Jet greenwich doesn't over time. A encourages people to tackle him where they shouldn't tackle him. Do you not understand then free as on a still saying the same thing. Yeah but he still does ogre foldout old that he gets up picks up the pho- looks at the other player. And he says thank you for that and thanks quick free kick in the area. Do you understand it but some people you just gone educate don't keeps fully over. Go the doctors because clearly if and you got balance she when he's got the bowl is say he's got the most superb balanced. So why would you be on the floor. He said the other night when he came on for allows corbin our the guy and i said he's been at the twelve weeks he's still the most filed clarin the pregnant. Well that tells you a story allowing kate filing in because the only way to stop him exactly another stupid thing that this is. What do they always give the bowl. That's common sense every football team when you got the ball chelsea. You'd always look for good 'cause you know the got the ball. There's more chance if chelsea scored in and it's the goal in all the big games as always delivered because he a superstar a great sense of that we add in this country probably the world at the time. But that young against bruce coming back on the plane what was he was it. Just that feeling of cheese added we get away with that. We can still do these in in the reply back at the bridge. Buddy is a big big ask. Well it's funny. You should ask the question because that's the question that nobody's ever asked me. You know because you know. I remember the token of bill fox about the munich. Air crash in a at the be very touchy is a very tobago. He was fantastic about it and he told me i felt and and that was ever asked me. What was it like the failing coming back and bruised ninety eight you've gained your guy in And it was the first time that we hadn't stayed over a member. We flew back because we such a short trip. I suppose we stayed. We flew back that night. And i remember sitting on the airplane avenue avenue beer and and looking at the window staring into into into into the abyss spies offing. I'm wondering how on earth we go away with two nil. I really couldn't believe on. Johm phillips on my life asia asia special medal that now because if you save when people speak about s- michael when he played at newcastle that not in the stopped an avalanche this was john phillips in inversion it. The film is an offie in we would have been dead and buried. We'd been beat five six seven. We wouldn't have been worth even the bridge of the second leg but we come white at two nil. Osgood have been out for eight weeks suspended for playing out with referees and token by the referees ten in what they really are and And then it was back out there right weeks for the replace that kinda give us that kind of if he hadn't applied in the replay we were out. We would never come back from new. That's against bruges and you really. That's what all's guy if chausson you've said before on guests descibed asking arms than your average dermatologist. Absolutely i plus plus the fact when you see in the modern day you know This might have been this. My of applied to not we might about eighty five percent possession against bruges. It's time for and scored because we had no good and this is what seems to die of a percent possession. Because i got nothing out front. This is full of relegate full. We said that go down. First game of the season eight present possession but nothing out front to seek the bowling like centerfold. Discussing a championship is stepping up to that level in the primarily. Nothing these one goal season. The garden The the the kids a and that is why that is why this bernie again. Yesterday i fully five million fifty million paid in wet weather. They get these fires from I watching the game yesterday. I said what would you meet. Graves have been worth by. You know my god why do you. Why do you keep sticking up for this fellow inside. Look good you know. If he was on charlie chelsea that would have sent him back. But because somebody upstairs in this with a so on oldish money for him they got a personally in. That's what happens but that perseverance in In nineteen seventy one with goodies to deal after four. Talk go into extra time. You ran out winners. Four nail shall shops as you guys must have been going back to the bridge from bruges. Die must've been absolutely shellshocked. Going back from from stamford bridge to bruges. 'cause when you've got to tell you that you've absolutely i ruined. You've absolutely outplayed. Them you should have got more than two goals taking the next leg to combat getting four nil they they just must have been absolute shocked absolutely and i think We felt we have felt because the following year we go as old as we got knocked out by sweetie statement. We were on the aggregate score over two legs. It should have been about sixteen one. They have one show into that was the one that knocked us out and so they must fall if only jump flips adn of at that game a wide and we take chances in belgium. You know how they never went through and they were as a cy. Lead won the european cup that year. Bruce bruce will debate that they were the best team in the competition that nice time for footbridge stay still talk about being the best best. Not that they were because they didn't believe and They only bill the anti belief they had and obviously i've wanted and was in the crowd. That's why i wanted to break the record. The vials good When nobody else wanted Is prayer in the country that time. That could have could go through. And it was him and previous rounds. You went to soviet apply see k. Magnificent home record as did all of those eastern europeans going beyond the incur. That was saudi toll. Ask but you ran out winners in both games against so few didn't yeah. What would that. I kinda showed about that so i think sometimes it's probably like the boy girl situation you know they see a beautiful grad outside the bar and you don't know them you know and you think you go any challenge alvin. I noticed you know that was as we did. We didn't know anything about c. s. k. I we didn't even know anything about our opponents. There was no sky tv. Th-the we couldn't read about and we never thought about that. We just felt we take every got games. It comes and take chances it is. It was a popsy. I shoot again. You know. i'm with the spirit. If we could beat leads the year before that we could be anybody was white wiggle not now in the quality of these teams that we plan was fantastic. You know they they was. They was such good side Apart from the the first game against salonika where we won all the teams with superb and the our new debate was mentioned to say in the over the holidays and that leads us noiselessly to that semi fall. No because they were the holders of the willis cop they were also the holders of the faa cope wasn't nine hundred sixty nine. And that say they're in seventy one. And then you apply them in the semifinal in seventy one again to close games while no one now i remember about. I know we'd bateman as soon as i run out because i shit on the table cloths at my favorite restaurant. They they would like. I bought a coup shares. And i didn't look like matches to say that said one. The lee company is before the fantastic same one of the best things i've ever seen an impact craven cottage one diana football under allison and mercer. They were fantastic. They will come in. They were coming to the end of Some abi and all them calling bell and whatever we maisy we bake them they were to the easiest. One they'll gangs we ever had and we went to match rather won the first leg. One a we we. It was a breeze really And i it's I do believe sometimes like less the winning f. i guess. I do believe something on your names on it. We roy and again rolling onto to to modern die chelsea in the big fallen off against manchester. Well that now now. The dow manages come under scrutiny. Yesterday you know we. We did a cost with Thanks thanks to you with any smaller. You know he talked about. I on the european cut with not wanting to know the what i was told. I was talking about the whole situation with green off. Not getting a captain. He said well. We won the european cup. I mean what's that just about sums. The national team up doesn't it which which what a team that was as well. What what a brilliant football team they were that time and they want it by playing football They didn't win. Wouldn't be in liverpool and wiggled and getting their success with any that the as terrific football team and and obviously dennis was a captain and they said yeah he said we want. We didn't have an nestle insane. Which disgusts up sums up the fbi and and the selectors in the management of of of the country i used to pick teams for mansion either and liberal porn and also and you know whether the top of the legal run the league that i'm like i was a nuclear that it's six mansion. I prize fog liverpool. Plus is what it used to be. Absolutely spots are now because apart from sixty six and we will need in our own backyard. England of never won a major tournament year rose of the world cup. You up on. That might never raised the final. We know we would not define way. Yeah it's an isa is incredible Tell you about. His childhood finally from gracie from athens in a you know. I said you know we have reached the final since nineteen sixty six yet yet. Grace of won the european championships. I fancied him to win it. I said to my friend. Van a corner video lead he said to me you unite them fifty one same play in the naval when beckham scott the free kate against the world this team of big frame in european championships next year. They wanted them come in as a wildcard. They wanted them up. I'm we haven't with every oli soco. Gripe plaza we. We've never got to the final and it. Just it sums up. They find it sums up the manages along the way the manage zoo picks up and price absolutely spot on now because we have won every european cope club european cup since the sixties since it started. So we've had massive success at club level but non international level that i now i know about the the one thing. The misleading stat about this is The the reason the reason being is that they were british english. They were english clubs. But the likes of liverpool renault. Wanda the likes of doubt fitting. And you'd locates when they were at their best. You know you get bremner. Ngos was to english midfield. Plays like that Those scottish and irish in you know the top teams you know how many the great mansion is seeing the paddock from scotland. You know they. They wouldn't have wanted. I mean cloth down With flu we've really wanted with a pup teamed in i delivered. This is one of the great mysteries of oh timeout. Brian cuff on the european cup. Watch with tape. Incredible i think terry Regular podcast with Dhabi in forest applied for both dhabi with better tell them forest but the broadcloth enclosure was genius going into the replay so everything sets off the second game two days after the boys of sober dope. Now not quite. What was he going into. What was the dressing room before the guy. Think the vice gordon last kicker match so we still. We would still kind of off the flight that that was a guy when the you know. We always laughed on. We'll show you know the funny thing about it. I think i'll tell you the story that i was watching the news. One morning and young. Chris hollins was on his son and he was doing this. Poll on bbc is european cup. Final and the fed is doing the news. Seven-hour chris orleans is doing sport and he said. Oh by the way chris. He says you'll father plight in european cup. Final didn't he. What is actually. The cup has cut fun. We did. He said he played in the first leg but never played in the second leg. He says an on the not on the thursday night now on the wednesday of the first game he found my momma linda and he said linda won't be automate the wedding tomorrow. She said what do you mean he said because we drew tonight and they keep an eye on fraud night size. She said now she said you can't stay. You'll best man. This wedded have well. The full does come before the wedding because it pays the bills and he was telling the calc they'll nation they some say so that was out that was a comic co. The situation was now that we're in the desert and the next. I and we have a reshuffle. Luckily you know Jumbo told me this couple years ago one of the most think about is. John tried right back really and disliked the charity. Pride in midfield on. We knew we had to be at best because of theory and once we see perry wasn't on java sent them we that kind of lifted us a little bit more. You know. I watched a little bit. I've watched little bits and pieces of singly. Odd read their side of it couple of some quite slim the relative cam and they said like with a bad same I don't think so. I think we offically terrific. They do that don't they. You know we wouldn't look. We should warn. Know what it didn't look at the guy on both sides going back to that old. You know green monster. The ball combs abc. Instead of being truthful in saying we will beating the best team chelsea ran out two one winners in first goal. Screwball you jumped dempsey. John dempsey was I think i'll pick to old time best chelsea team the other month and was john dempsey was in it I'm a little bit by myself. Because i was what i one as a kid. He was. the fulham center off by. I didn't really right in that highly when it was fully. But when he come into azi chelsea we made is debut together chelsea and a five nil hiding it southampton and then six months later on the top and then eighteen months. We win the european cup with his up and thinking eighteen months. I seem really put a finger Do anything wrong. He was just one of those players that you could. You know he's like. I said the this can't say the plight for less than it was again. Yesterday was superb yesterday. He was on the wrong team today. You should have stayed with stuck with less. The eight never puts a foot wrong. It said pies the standards of south. Don't dempsey i love for that and an apartment that i love alabama. Because he's such a lego headed modest. I think i told you to story. The look caught the handicapped children when he packed up and twenty years before retiring. and anyone. You know you read about these superstars today. An ad live their life and lose a shoestring looking out the handicapped children. So i think that said a lot for we talk about upbringings and everything else some way you come from and i think that speaks volumes for him. I'm in a. I'm sure you'll want to do. It cost him because he's a very very interesting fellow. An i'll tell you one story. I love about this. This is a fella got the first call and it was a volley that if it was if it had been jack greenwich everyone rent. That was stunning. You know he was a senator robert when he was when he was playing for. Fulham he he. He had the he had the city of sense of humor. And that he was alive of that jesmyn. And the the vic buckingham of finger manager vic buckingham sets in one day. He said if you'll light one more time i'm gonna find you and dot com lp. As if i'm m eastern traffic and these days not like i'd like to die. There wasn't like today where you get into trying an hour before and prepare. You know these are like again. The pup pup team children the craving this morning and and then guys i find your father because he was on a bat. Eighteen nine hundred twenty panel league. I suppose in the first division and the ecoed him in and that john got got craving Twenty five dollars ten a politics car inside his car to twenty five to eleven to be lights so vic buckingham would find him so thick. Marketing cody demand. He said i told you yesterday about fine. You if you'd like again. And he pulled five pounds of farthings. Avi pocket in a in a silver rapa. Any money desk. He said they five. He said if it bothers you that much about me being night you know. That's more important things in well. He said i can only apologize for being like you know. I mean the thing. The other day was obama. And this also manage. Your teacher had to teach him a lesson. Leave him out because he was light. He said well that said when i had him he said i used to tell in. The me was a quarter an hour ahead. Turn up on time. There are ways around this. You know And that was the way. That johnny dempsey. His point across to buckingham need fiber that bad habit but the leads wine jarred me and what i do on the side after you know. It wasn't light in athens. He was gone. So i mean you. Roy were fantastic volley. Yes he three minutes. Chelsea one nil up and six minutes lights and thirty nine. Th minute osgood as he said to you in athens. Elton the die before young. Ugo lohman avenue early. 'cause you're to do modern in an all school bang on the mona told me again wasn't it wasn't some out to watch the again. It wasn't so much. scott. I see michigan gates Remedied the away from from the six on the sixty bucks in the commentary said would it did. Come a bit quickly will pay payroll goose. Go from twenty just outside the box eastern swivelled and and start in the corner from twenty two yards. Say it was such great composure. Stroke of genius the osgood ad and yet they're make an exclusive plaza. Ooh been a transit of forty five fifty six million. I'll give him time to settle lane. Well settling into payrolls. Good and charlie cook and tell me voting was going into the hilton before the game and another few drinks. That was settling in and joan dempsey. He was kind of mike he was. You know he. He was trying to make a case that you know i can score scholars. Well if you put me senate forward and he told me that once he said fulham. Pride sent over fulham for about off. Does nothing go by. Go so i was nothing new to him. He was just an exception. Sent off and in the seventy fifth minute sebastian fleetest. It was on the bench for the first game started in the second game and scored a goal to one. What needs to go. Law was a bit shy. You any memories obey when that ball wedding and thinking jesus it's real madrid they combat before he's low. Inca destroy twice in athens while good effects again and we know got the second goal and the one i think it might swung in favor but it was an ad perry been it would aggravate. I think again Winds taking the producing into belgium alive. And an i was written on that cop is no doubt about it. Johnny dempsey probably scott one hour season. Probably and that was it. You know and it was a fantastic. I always wanted treasury treasure. I drive a score. One guy who say it'd be john dempsey's ten and i'll be tapping you know no matter what gary lineker or chair says. Robert try to that goal until my grandchildren about that. What's that you know. Because that was just wasn't outflow of at it. John dempsey was that good absolutely the celebrations after our most of just felt like again from them scoring that goal in the first game from scoring fifty minutes from tom in a second. You're only not all ends to the pump etc etc. When the referee blew that foreign whistle. You must have been not less pliers dead on your feet on the floor. But they joan top locker burner. Because you've won the company that euphoria that adrenaline boost most have been able to make you run from athens back to stamford bridge was I've got a photograph beside him located. Now me marvin hindrance to houston news awesome. We stood didn't fly. David squad Out in the out in the cup winners cup and we looked saga relaxes unbelievable. I don't think it was more relief. That was the end of the competition because it was one of so many ups and downs and we love got into europe. We've gone on holiday every other week. And i think that's why we hoped as well and I think we said in shows up think we had about four or five years With fries with rouse's in the sat and the other savvy it was it was more than it was. It really would have made you know. They got the finger on television. Benadryl now they reckon it's funny well. They should've they should've at out show on their guy in the european cup winners cup show because it was unbelievable and and that leads to the following year new. We run riot blue collar and it was then pants people coming supply and they went down a local restaurants as full pants. People down there without flies so that was kind of fun. Chips plaza. We you know The kings road. Effect a spouse and the thing that no i. I can remember the last thing i can remember that i was about five o'clock in the morning on the end of my bed will picture of faeroes could his arms rights May coming up to give him a hug. And that was the last thing. I can remember looking over the tops of older houses. This uncover-up i don't think i went to sleep We celebrate it until we can celebrate. And i'm offering we've exhausted and i remember. We went to the fulham town whole which. I don't know why what we would do in there because we chelsea football club. That sums that up. And i remember meeting my my uncle for celebration in my local pabo sarah. My in wilton pavin. My head was on a tight when i was out. I blacked out with exhaustion so so it was. It was an exhausting. You know this is the An youtha fief don't never taken. How could they let players play to gaining free days that god knows how they must have felt around madrid off the guy and then getting home. I've been been beaten a juice. I we we would fly. We would fly in all the we didn't eat an aeroplane to get on really we could fly around It was it was an incredible. It was an incredible experience And i think again. I don't think we were given the credit. That was joe. I still probably blue as a color. It's time for bridging. The supposed and don't know is all about. It's incredibly Chelsea blue shirt that Boilers gave away in a moment of a drunken situation. In style. you give you also but in a completely different manner than why didn't you what i did. I thought it was in my full had gone to gripe my friends grave and it was. It was caught something that i got back. And i i really wish i had gone to the rights to be perfectly honest to kate. My friend won't because he died too young thing that you you were out the you know i got the phone call died after winning. Christine matthews secretary We have fun call a friend. Who does he's very very you in an hour so much up. It was in a wheelchair strike. Masha of roommates. Said you always wanted apply with chelsea. we did. You've lied last not denison. The anne i always led to believe he got buried initia- and i wanted him to get buried in the ship and it went to a bad place. It's a rifle pricing. And he was such a lovely kit as well as just shows you the two sides life you know. They're a young man then maybe year over to me. I used to see him in a lot in common with the man seen he's had difficult talks in family and and it was almost when he spoke to a look to with stars in his eyes. You know if. I could apply chelsea what i knew. That show went to the right place and when i walked in any kind of from went into you cut when his cop and you're on such an income that is machines grant after saving him. You know i think he died about. Freed is lighter and the you know really crushing that wealth and it shows you what. It's all about really what lots sold out in a show. Spicer time but it's funny. I is family. Also me I suppose one might need. Because i was a local boy united. And they're like. Oh boy mike good you know. I suppose you would have ship. Johnny would have probably saudi shit to those for the out everything else. He's got bought out of that fits. That was that was that was. That was a wonderful thing about that arab because it was like it was think you want them up books and somebody commented. I like the the the the body area. Now adam fife and all that data kings row you in hutchinson the from burton and only because they're all you know we would great might very proud to you know. The i joke stay must have felt. I've been win win the european cup. We will go regions and his team. I mean what what incredible incredible faith that was a but we would just old lights from over other britain that got together from tommy from gates said charlie come that in dundee at from bassey one chelsea and then when i when the dog i had a tough back for an iro from stoke on chen you know so it makes you wonder you know also never had a day some back fall out of many foreigners i bring into this country to pray for also they will never have a fact full. They did with English lights the back apps and again credible Tixx also does need to build yet Us or the fantastic trip down memory lane east gonna play finally a know that there was a reunion last year fifty years after chelsea when the f. i cope one nonsense. Get an invoice absolutely disgraceful. That there's gonna be know nor the reunion with the boys if s seventy one. Now there's there's about a few people get in touch me and actually if we do poker. The causes in thing that my vets to be perfectly honest In could died too. Young housing died so young. Hutchinson died so young. It says the sign at a time of course nine k. While i was only with us for years but were impacts. What an impact he had You know we couldn't even have a reunion because The people who played such big pot it wouldn't be that. And i like them things when the main people are not there. I'd i'd rather may on different particularly like that's the problem is problem. I'll have you know. I i was going to. I'm going next week to see. Tommy bul- bul- news in as bowl and he's not very well a very very on the. I'm going down to see him next week. Joni ball's coming down we'll make on driver odd raba. That happened in chelsea the pie. Which said which is from the hot. it's It's it's just for that. Promotional suits chelsea. That's out yellow dravis. See that's my joke. About what you and i talk about out of their wives absolutely. And you're going to be doing the podcast. We've tony human s with your wonderful. Eleanor podcast that absolutely magnificent. Tixx it to another level also can all antoni. Everybody thinks released. Old vary based expanding absolute pleasure. Might those were the days my friend. Yes and i really ended up what what an arthritis spend sunday afternoon off to less won the cup. And i'm i said before the gang for stock reidy out said you might find after that we might be looking at this as a little bit on on a scout to the munich air crash. Because you know less than did it yesterday for that the another died. And i think they pulled a little bit extra out than chelsea. F- for this fella. Yeah i've actually got the piper in front of me. Now do it for v show and they did it for him yesterday and that couldn't have been nicer. I'll bet is some was very very proud sitting there yesterday. And i mean it makes his game all worth while it makes you about the i it makes you forget about all the idiots in the game and makes you forget about the f. I am faith that was just such a wonderful end into by yesterday. And i'm jamie vowed to be the only player to play in every every round for from like the when it starts on sunday night so they must. We'll end on this. I said to pay pay is one of my best. Friends is a lovely man. He's icy so now. Having a drink and as far as the camera went onto johnny volume said do you realize he's played in every round the only magical and and he said so many. What for the same team. 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"Television era watch perry mason and the defenders and other lawyer dramas and sought during those tumultuous times during the war in vietnam civil rights struggle. That i could be maybe a part of some kind of social change rather than kind of sit on the side and watch the parade bypass me and so that dream of being a lawyer was always inside and of course basketball got in the way And i was able to pursue that and get a good college education In the meantime but in the end Pursuing things that i wanted to do always was something that You know. I thought as long as i was able to and always had the opportunity that i could. And hopefully that can kinda be a legacy. If you will that people can see that if there are things out there that you wanna do as long as opportunity presents itself. Why not the seat for that. Of course where your parents. Your father was a truck driver. Your mother cleaned offices and there was a great story. And i'll let you pick it up here when you were in the fourth grade and you had a teacher and asked the class what they wanted to do when they grew up. Pick up the story from there. Well yeah. I mean in fourth grade. I went to a a public school in. new york are living in the projects. Where which the demographics of the projects were a lot different than they are today. Public housing And i was in a predominantly Class but i raise my hand. And as i mentioned having those dreams of being a lawyer until my fourth grade teacher. I wanted to be a lawyer. And of course the. I thought she might have been. Well-meaning didn't wanna dash my hopes since wanted to manage my dreams and expectation. Asked me what can not be better off being a plumber or an electrician working with my hands and of course being governance. I was even at that age. I went home told my mother who immediately grabbed me by the hand walked across the street to the elementary school. And you know really gave my fourth grade teacher A lecture as to why you know my dreams were pretty much sacrosanct. Thank the end. That i could be anything that i wanted to as long as an opportunity was there. And you know from that day forward Not wanting to disappoint my mother. Not wanting those words to be hollow are in vain. You know i tried to pursue those goals at what point in your life did basketball becomes something serious. Well i was a really interested in playing. Baseball is a baseball player. neighborhood teams and such until i reached The ninth and tenth grade. I was playing a pick basketball. Kinda half court fooling around with friends because they don't really have an interest. But i was so much taller and a lot of my classmates and i probably looked like chief in the movie. One flew over the cuckoo's nest running up and down the floor oblivious to how the game was played but i had a pe teacher who recognize the navy. I had some potential asked me if i wanted to be a basketball player and playing with people my side and of course playing on my young insecurities. I've said certainly took me to Power memorial academy where you know is able to kind of demonstrate some athletic ability to the coaches there and then i got a great opportunity. For an education catholic education with the discipline and the philosophical habits that the they're imparted. And i got serious about basketball at that point in time around the tenth grade. A lot of people may not know the name power memorial academy. But that was the school for luau center of course known as kareem abdul-jabbar today And he left his mark on it. But one of the things that i've always loved and maybe it's the romantic thought back when you were growing up in the projects and everything was that basketball in the inner city had a special field to it. What was that like you tell me about those games in the summer when it was ninety five degrees and ninety five percent relative humidity. Yeah well i mean look. The basketball. In the city at that time was they. As much of a cultural event. As a sporting events. I brought communities together Brought communities together to route on their local teams against others slaying and playgrounds such as The rucker playground. Which is that anything like it is today. They call it the entertainment league back then. It was real basketball You went out and and you did. Your best in. There was no Substitute for winning in those days. I mean you want it to go out and win unlike today with some of the travel team basketball. Aau basketball when kids playing so many games and one day. It almost doesn't matter whether you win or lose and then those games and certainly was all about winning all about improving Your game as well is about competing against the best. I mean it's legendary the number of not only nba players but legendary players. Who never made the nba but probably had the talent to make the nba. Who played in the rocker league and played on the playground. The new york city. One of the early influences in your life basketball wise from a coaching standpoint was where you end up playing college ball at the university of maryland. I new leftie giselle. And he always had a kind of folksy way about him and he approached as i understand and recruiting you. He approached you on your strength. Which was your interest in education and politics. He took you to the famous lotus club during a recruiting trip. What was that like that pitch. Well i mean it was obviously something. I'd never experienced before. Neither was the setting of our of our meeting and the have the ability to meet Not only politicians who were well known to me. Particularly senator joe tidings at the time was Senate senator from the state of maryland in maryland graduate And he was also appear of Edward kennedy To be able to sit down and talk with him about you know what it was. I needed to pursue in order to you. Know kind of Assure my ability to go to law school and become a lawyer he recommended. I'd be an english major but the setting where you had to draft. A jacket tie was wasn't unusual. Because that's what. I had to wear a catholic school anyway but the setting and being around people of such renowned as well as accomplishment you know. It's a little daunting a little intimidating. But you know people made me feel comfortable and you know it gave me a little taste of what success in some people's definition could be one of. Your teammates was Tom mcmillan who went on to become a congressman from the state of maryland. And he said one time he always had an individual's streak. He was a great team player of course but he always carried his own personality and insertive nece off the court. Did that ever come in conflict with other people because some people when they're young Others look at them and think it's cockiness but how did you deal with that. And how did they react to you. Well i mean. I always had in mind being a team player. And you know. I had my individualism but that was more off the card. I had my interest By way of example at maryland during those days Basketball players were to be kind of secluded in one particular dorm on a floor I didn't want that. Because i wanted to be friends with other students at school. Who weren't athletes. Who certainly weren't basketball player. I figured i'd see my teammates enough. But i wanted to find out about other people so i moved to another dorm when they moved to. My dorm I moved to another door so again to kind of maintain. Some sense of individualism But it wasn't anything that stepped outside of the team concept We hung out together enough. We played together. We study together. Some of us did and you know. Tom was no different than many of us. Although tom was little more aloof You know he stayed to himself on a kind of kind of Accosted floor if you will. But we he and i got along greatly. We're still friends today. I would say right now. We're we've been friends for forty six almost forty seven years and You know it's been a pleasure to to see who he s see him grow and i hope he feels the same way about me because we had a lot to do with each other's growth as individuals and we've only got about forty seconds before we have to break. Acc basketball they always talk about tobacco road. The duke north carolina nc state. What was the League like at that time when you were playing Very competitive we got fewer teams obviously great players You can run the gamut but thirteen. That stuck out the most for us. Obviously what's north carolina state. They were the impediment in between us and the national championship. Only one team could go to the ncaa tournament from the acc. It was a one bid conference at the time and they would've thorn in our side. Games are razor thin close as they could possibly be. But unfortunately david was mostly the difference and we were never able to overcome his presence on the floor. Length elmore is with us on sports byline of course outstanding basketball player but also he's an attorney is represented athletes as well. We're going to talk about that aspect of his career and life as we continue with more of you and sports byline. Do you own an annuity either. 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Sports byline usa You started off your pro basketball career with indiana in the aba before the merger of course and then they became part of the nba. Why the a over the nba drafted in the first in the nba by the washington. Bullets and at the time so dearly wanted to play for them but in comparison the offers that were made. It wasn't necessarily the amount of money but it was the amount of security offered Six year deal guaranteed by the indiana pacers and The bullets i guess they maybe the arrogance and the haughtiness of the nba by comparison to the aba offering only a three year guarantee. So i mean i. It was a business decision more than anything else. And fortunately for me. I did make that decision. Because in my third year with the pacers i wound up racking my knee and had to miss the whole season but yet still had that security fortunately also that in researching. Aba teams recognize that indiana pacers one of the few teams that had financial security And recognizing that a lot of the teams were on the brink of bankruptcy and and ultimately we're going to go out of business. I wanted to make sure we one of the strongest financial group that we possibly could the whole set. It would be incorporated into the nba. And in fact that certainly happened in nineteen seventy six. They talk about the before the merger in the national football league the difference between the afl and the nfl it had a particular image it was wide open in the afl. The image was about the same in the aba as well What were the styles of play in comparison. Well you had to provide more entertainment value. I think in the because it was the upstart league and so when you think of some of the things we take for granted today. The three point shot You would add. Spread the floor and allowed more individual. Play breaking down the sender's putting the ball on the for driving to the basket So that was quicker pace higher scores. And i think fans truly enjoy that and really came to pass that while the nba. Certainly at the time. wanted to suppress the The i guess the interest in the aba recognize wants the teams work Merged once the abc's emergence in the nba. You saw that. Many of the all stars. Many of the leaders in prominent statistical categories. Aba player so that really kind of cemented. The fact that the aba not only had a different style but they also had some quality players and finally when you take a look now at the game the way it's played today. The most prominent aspect of the nba is. The three point. Shot was began in the aba and it took a long time for the nba to embrace it. But now it's an integral part of that game baseball hall of famer. Joe morgan and i were having dinner one night and i asked him. I said When did you start thinking about your next life in other words. After pro baseball he said the first day i started playing What was it for you. When did you start thinking about one of to do after basketball. Well i mean. I thought about that all through college. Because i've been telling my sophomore year i really haven't thought i'd be a professional athlete However you know thinking about that Was kinda put on the backburner as my career Blossomed as a collegian player in my process of being a professional player Certainly brightened but it was at a point when i injured my knees as i referenced earlier than i really had to think about okay. My career can be over in an instant. You know ligaments in my knee. Who knows if. I'm coming back now. It's time to really focus on what might do when my career is over. I didn't wanna ended so soon. But you know i wanted to be a lawyer. I enjoyed working in radio and television era area. So you know. What am i gonna do now to You know kind of increase. The chances that i'd be able to pursue those careers and you know i started to continue to stay Current and improve philosophical habits. While i played in the summertime i did work in a couple of tv stations in the washington dc area and hopefully in my mind. I thought that that would help. Prepare me for when the end came and it was seven years later at the end finally came but i was prepared enough and fortunate enough to be accepted to law school and i guess the rest is history. I love your quote. We're in boston and my knees are hurting. I get one of my teammates to go with me to cambridge. I walk on campus. I look around. I look at landau library and finally i said this is where i'm going to be. I just believe that. I had not made the transition at that time. Who knows if i ever would have gone there. Was that a revelation to you. Was that a weight off your your shoulders in a sense then when you decided this is what i wanted to go next. Absolutely i mean that the burden began when for twenty four to chance that i was accepted You know my wife who was my girlfriend. At the time dared to apply to harvard law. I did and i was accepted right in the middle of the playoffs With the boston. Celtics and playing with the new york knicks but yeah once. I walked on campus. It was almost like the skies open. The sun started to shine on me and said look. This is this is i. Guess you're fortune. This is where you need to be the next year and and certainly made the decision. I had another year left on my contract with the knicks but I thought it was time. One of the things that i think is interesting and correct me. If you think. I'm wrong about this lend. You almost got or you probably did get another education. After you graduated from harvard you went into law. You were a prosecuting attorney. You were in brooklyn and therefore you were in the atmosphere the neighborhood of where you kind of grew up and you've got to see all elements some good some bad. Yeah i would. I would certainly say that that. That is true from the standpoint that i hadn't been back to brooklyn and and back to the neighborhoods that i've traveled as a as a adolescent a teenager Brooklyn and queens. Where i live but brooklyn was the place in my birth. And i wanted to try to give something back You know i started out with the notion of being a defense attorney but defense attorneys have to be reactive and as i found out in law school and as a third year law student as a defense attorney. It's probably better to be proactive. And as a prosecutor you know you're charged do justice. Not merely convict and i thought maybe the ability of someone who is from that area could lend some you know some sense and sensibility if you will to the criminal justice system Which at that time with crime rates really rising and you know the. The communities being laid siege by criminals that that was some way to help you know people who are like my mother and my sisters and my mother and my father and my brother so yeah i mean that certainly was a new experience for me but you know grabbed it quickly enough and actually i believe i had some impact while i was there always being socially active. What did you learn about social justice being in that position. Well i learned that. It takes an element of activism. I learned that you know. It's not an easy thing to achieve. And you know you can only do it. One person one case at a time alternately. I wound up With one of the elite bureaus with Postman's officer was the district attorney at the time. I wound up with a bureau. That prosecuted Bad police officers. And you know the irony is the same things we're faced with today You know with Maybe trigger happy policing and some of the other things but also to protect police officers in wrongful situations where they might not be culpable Those same things are happening today. And it's just amazing how the pendulum swings back and forth But we have to be vigilant from a social standpoint. We have to be vigilant not only protect communities and support our police officers but also to be able to make sure that justice is done and when someone abuses that power that they'd be brought Brought to to maybe pay the price for abusing the power given to them. Certainly one of the things that you did was being an agent representing athletes. Who had a lot of good athletes. First round you sign seven first round draft picks and four years and you said one time i tried to do something that i thought would be helpful. I played with guys who suffered because of a lack of proper counsel and guidance. I played with guys who were exploited. They didn't know how to prepare for their future as financially or otherwise they were getting bad advice. That was an eye opening. Experience representing athletes. Was it not both by about the system and the athlete themselves. There's no question about it. And you know all of those ills that i outlined in that statement came to pass for many of the guys Around me and one of the things that i wanted to do is make sure. My clients never really had to suffer those things if they adhere to our mantra Macho which was self reliance and community responsibilities. Those two things were essentially the basis for success in life after the game and fortunate enough to take a look at all the clients that i had and i can safely say that none of them are suffering right now. Several of them are actually thriving businessman And people who are doing the right thing out there. And that's what. I'm most proud of in representing athletes now. Unfortunately with the advent of even greater money the business of representing athletes became so sullied. And and so difficult to maneuver in. If you were trying to do it in an ethical fashion that i finally had the way you know my desire keeping my license as an attorney and keeping my reputation to weigh that against you know being able to be You know one of the guys who are going to do things that were not nearly as ethical. And i'm putting it mildly so you know. I finally decided after five years. You know if. I can't do it the right way then. Maybe we don't have to do it. I can find another area where i could use as a bully pulpit to teach the same things that i tried to impart and it was when you signed another maryland star joe smith that you became disillusioned. Your quote was then big. Money started to common all of a sudden the industry changed. You also have had an outstanding career broadcasting you work within verne lundquist and others like that and i suppose of all the games that you've done. It's that playoff game. Nc double a playoff game between duke and kentucky that people will never forget Tell me about that. Play With christian leitner and how you set yourself up to to watch that play and see it executed. Well i mean that game was one for the ages you had Two teams that were superbly coached and players who are very skilled young players who kind of You know were in the vanguard of how future plans would play. And i'm talking about jamal mashburn. Who had six eight six nine. You know very skillful you know obviously highly athletic and can handle above very well for a guy his size you know you had the christian leaders and the grant hills who again were pretty much the same kind of players and they were kind of foreshadowing. The way the game would be played. Going forward but the suspense back and forth They went down the stretch prior to the late. No shot sean. Woods out of a timeout took a crazy shot that i literally had to say it was a bad shot but it went in so that doesn't matter and in the time out coming back out we was vern. I looked at each other when Rick pitino did not put defender on grant hill's at the baseline inbounding the ball and really you have to let them play Developed for itself you say nothing balls in the air boat. Vernon i was silent. People could watch it very described the action and you know i let him do it because he's so great at doing it and afterwards you know that was the thing that we talked about You know the fact that the ball was in the air there was nothing Guarding the baseline and it just made it so easy for you to get the ball later but you gotta give later all the credit in the world but not down that shot. The impact of that game was what made it so You know it was. It made it so watchable and so suspenseful as well as so memorable They won the game wasn't like tied the game. That was the shot that won. Miss duke was going home and kentucky was going to the final four. We only have a minute left but when you think back on your long career in so many different areas len is something that makes you kinda smile that you're very particularly pleased about. Yeah i i've been able to accomplish just about most of the things that i set my mind to. I've had setbacks You know. I've had personal tragedies as well but you know i feel blessed and i'm still here i have a beautiful family. I have two sons who have been educated and extremely well and understand their roles in society and hopefully they'll go forward and and give as much as they take if not more give more than they take. And hopefully that'll be in part because of the life i've tried to live and as i said i couldn't have been blessed more With the life that i've live land. I wanna thank you very much. I've always enjoyed our conversations over the years and good to catch up with you once again. You certainly have left her mark. Not only in sports but also in life in general. And you've done it as a gentleman. I thank you for your time. Take care come back and visit with us again on sports byline. Thank you for the opportunity. Len elmore with us again. One of the most well rounded and educated people to play basketball. He played his high school basketball. In new york. At power memorial academy has college basketball at the university of maryland and then went on to play for ten years in both the aba and the nba. We continue on sports byline. You written a book. You can become published authors with dorrance publishing. The nation's oldest publishing services company countless authors have trusted dorrance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team will editor text. 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That's been ordered to block certain types of services and we'll get into that in a little while but there's a story that we were discussing last night. Nobody about dr carl hart now. This is the author of the new book. Drug use for grownups. We had started the store. Normally we don't carry over from one night to the next the same topic. But i thought this was such an interesting interview and an interesting perspective that i that i did want to share that with Wanted to share more of this with our audience. So just to bring you up to speed. Dr karl he is a he's a professor and i believe it's columbia university columbia university. He's a neuroscientist. He's done studies involving why it is that people use drugs. What is it that drives people to do them. And he's he's got a lot of experience in this particular field which is why he wrote a book about it recently and Again the just published drug use for grownups chasing liberty in the land of fear. This interview is over at vox. Dot com written by sean illing. We read the first couple of questions last night but we started it kind of toward the end of the show. I mean isn't. Isn't this obvious. That makes you happy right. It makes you feel good. Well yeah yeah. But but some people believe that the drugs themselves are Like addictive and and really the reality of it. According to carl hart as i understand his perspective is that it's these people that have really bad. Lives they really hate their lives and they want to escape from them. Ask what drives them to to use these things so but there's a lot of misinformation a lot of misunderstanding in the world of drugs people looking at it from the outside. That don't really know what they're looking at. And so i wanted to share some of his answers to these questions i would like to add. It's not necessarily people with objectively bad lives but each of each one of us has a different body chemistry And some of us like major depressive are preprogrammed just not to be happy so even if their life is looking good from the outside. They can't see it. They may be in a lot of pain on the inside. You know what battles else's fighting you know what's funny is i can. I can see this from the other side. I'm always like i mean that's probably exaggerated but like i'm always happy. Compared to certain other people in my life you sociopathic good sign. Maybe that i always almost always happy. And it's like even when things should kind of make you down like bring it down. I'm usually not that down. It's like there's been one or two occasions in my life where i've been like depressed but it's like you can make an effort to be more positive you can make an effort to you know. See things look on the bright side. Yeah and some people. Don't make that effort or they don't believe they can. Or they believe that there's a chemical imbalance in their bodies and that you know they've been told the story their whole lives about that and they've come to believe it so i think a lot of it is your mindset and how you approach things. I think that's true as well and one of the interesting things. Because i don't necessarily believe the same things about alcoholism that i believed when i was going a but what i do know is that it worked very well for a lot of people work for everybody. A aided did and so you know. I've i've been trying to think about what did what did a have worked. As opposed to you know the garnish. That was just very on the plate. But it but it wasn't good for anything. I think the big thing that a does is it provides you with a circle of humans who a might have better judgment than your parents and a lot of cases. If came from a messed up home you know you. They might. Well be able to straighten out some misconceptions. You've got about life. And also their relentlessly positive and loosely positive about you and wanting you to succeed that can be infectious right. If you know the old rule that the people you associate with people you hang out with will either bring you up or bring you down if you hang out with a bunch of Sad depressed poor people all the time. Don't be surprised if you start going in.

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Part 3: Steve Haskin, Seth Merrow

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

1:01:04 hr | 1 year ago

Part 3: Steve Haskin, Seth Merrow

"Steve Haskins is joining us. Another -nother Wednesday visit for Haskins. And so because it's a little bit You know unusual to have Steve on a Wednesday. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA reach into the the mystery category for a conversation Steve. And you may know what's coming if you're listening to me and said but if you weren't you don't where did that come from it. Just sorta happened it. It was part of a pedigree conversation and I said you know what I'm bringing this up with asking he. I'm sure he doesn't have anything in particular that you know. The Arkansas Derby draws Sunday will next week will handicap Arkansas Derby. But I figured you didn't have anything really in mind so I've got something for you that I know you're gonNA love. What would you like to know key to them in Kita dement one of my Well as a senator Grafstein he obviously was one of my one of my favorites and a half brother to Fort Marci was. He was one of my favorites other than they beat. Damascus A- every any other day. He was one of my favorites favorites. That wasn't one of my favorites when he ran against. Dr Saghir. Renew your win. But he just kept he just kept running and running Thing is is that in Fort March four months winds up being a champion three years apart he just kept running and just kept getting better and better and he was strictly aggress horse but they were really high on him. In from the start in fact I just recently wrote a column about About the nineteen seventy-one showdown between re Re ballot sexist between. We've orgin number two CA and number two count and he was He was in he was in the race and you don't people people realized that he had a heck of a rivalry with Ridge. It was a strange rivalry because a lot of times one would run one would win and the other wouldn't run well so they didn't run one to allied on occasion but they did run against each other ten times and River rigidly one six out of the Out of the ten. But you know I went to I. I remember going to the track to Ecuador to see to keep them in in his career debut. 'cause I was really looking forward to him. And you know. These are the days when we used to go down to The Rookie Barn at Belmont and visit with my k. Who was Elliott Burch Assistant? And you know you know when you know arts and letters and then it was created in Fort. Marcy had some guests had so many good horses back then I was really looking forward to his His debut and he was really bad. He was odds on in the race. And I you know everybody knew all about him and he got in outraged by Riva Ridge. Who WAS COMING OFF? An atrocious career debut but he was thinking about leverage is that he was very timid. Voice didn't like to be around horses and he got bumped at the start and he just chucked it he just he just didn't run a lick so they made keeping them into the you know the heavy favorite race And two of them when you know when hadn't had most of the way and and we've reached wound up Drawing away and beating him nobody knew what the time how good leverage. What's but the thing about kidding? Double completely different. Yeah we've Ridge was sort of a more of a Gazelle like skinny type of Horse Very Plain Looking. Lapierre's keeping them in with an absolute classic course she was like Richard Stone Reeves painting absolutely absolutely gorgeous gorgeous and hells himself really Wrigley had had a Lotta class and he just you know he said once in a while he you know he would disappoint like I in the preakness. Even though he finished ahead originally was third I remember there was another race where he ran against When he was a two year old and allowance race he actually ran against BBB Yup and he finished third to him and be and they finished exact same order they would finish next year in the preakness He got he got good later in the year. One He actually you know he wanted allowance race and he wanted to be a garden state. Prep that garden state always had preparation in the race. It was just allowance race but It was they had to go genius. Prep and it had a garden state. Prep and he you know he wants. He warned that which put him in the garden state. But that was the time where you know it was all about Riva Ridge. Georgia's numbers Capt. We've originally established at that. Point is by far and away the best two year old and number two camp was absolute super horse puppies and is good at T. Rowe campaign is any Philly I've ever seen and You know catered him in he ran. Okay I mean he ran. He ran a decent third number to count really should never run away. She run a week before he wanted me. Guardian and they ran back in a week. Which was ludicrous. And we've Ridge one You know won fairly easily. But leverage came back and he wanted to ramps and and then I remember as a as a three-year-old took him a little while to get going. But you know he. He wasn't ready for the Derby because he just wanted to derby trial And anyone Then anyone allowance race the again it was a pregnancy always had to prep the week before the preakness prep which was just an allowance. Waste but Remember Gula had running. Bozo had won it and came back a week later and won the preakness But then it preaches came up sloppy that year and of course we rich couldn't handle it and BBB wound up just going through the front and and stealing it. But I remembered man I remember going to the track to see Just keeping them in the wizards and he ran a tremendous race and in their speed. They beat icecapades Everybody Remembers ICECAPADES. Snap flu brilliant course And then he and then again disappointed in the Belmont. He didn't run well in the Belmont. We've reached went one one that result by himself but then they Then he got really good. I mean he really really develop late in the year and he started L. E. Purchase. Never you know never one to shy away from running free worlds against all the horses he random in the Brooklyn Handicap. Any wound up And he was he was a pretty good price. Remember what he was but he was a pretty good price And any wound up for. He wanted to winning that race. Y- beat some really nice horses and in a big field and then he brought up to Saratoga. They ran against older horses again in the Whitney and he won. That one is going to lead. And I'm I'm trying to think you'd be them. Some of allowed was in that race. It was third pursue. Next he'd be tunics. Jerkin source me. If he had beaten autobiography and West Coast Scout in the in the Brooklyn. Autobiography would come back later in the year and absolutely trounced him and we rich in Jackie Cocoa Cup When it was when he was running two miles but then we came back and won the travers. So I mean to win the Brooklyn to Whitney and the travers. So you know as good as Riva. Richard had been winning to lecture the Triple Crown You know Richard that point had been basically ruined by Bloomberg Penny tweeting. 'cause after he won the Belmont stakes. The three weeks later was in California in back then it was very send a East to California is the Hollywood Derby and and he had to carry one hundred twenty. Nine pounds had run his guts out in that race to win by neck over some pretty good footing bicker and another horse called. Finally that he's just all out to win by giving away like fifteen twenty pounds to some of these horses And he and he really was. He was never the same that race. Just absolutely gutted him so many at running monmouth. Indicate the tasting after that supposedly. He was drafted in that race. Depending tweety suspected and everybody suspected it and actually ran You Know Ram blood tests on and it came. It came back with With with a tranquilizer but it was it was it was after the race and the traces were so minute that they they really couldn't do anything about it and then nobody took any action. But you know we just random very very dull race there but anyway that said up That set up the battle for the championship in the woodwork. Which was a mile and a half back then and And Birch like. I said he always did strange. Things going some guests who was his big Three phillies that year He summer guests in the Woodward. And we've ridge just once again didn't didn't run race and And keep it wound up winning any beat summer. Guests was wound up being disqualified so then they had one final battle in the Jockey Club Gold Cup but again leverage was not a two mile horse even though to kept running two miles. really wasn't even a mile and a half force even though he won the Belmont stakes races where those like American favors Belmont and he just went out there and set a slow pace. And you know it wasn't. It wasn't the greatest field Beater evening an immediate. Nice agreed. Rehearsing r-retain you. Who was another son of grass dark but he was. He was so-so or putting a distant joy. Reid Ridge won that race. 'cause you just went out basically in and stole it. But he wasn't amount air force and he wasn't through Mile Awards and heard biography of absolutely destroying both of them. One by fifteen lengths Anyway but you know by winning. The Woodward kidded him in took the three zero titled away from From Riva Ridge and then Then continued as a four year old. They ran The book handicapped. When we've Ridge set a world record and again it was just save it in the race but wound up on the porch and tried to run with Reba rich early and that was when he ran the Brooklyn amount free sixteens and And we've Ridge wound up winning in the again a photo by for against tonight then or who used to come from like twenty lengths out of it every race and he was flying at the end of that raised. It wasn't good horses that crap. Ten Tam in that race and then team was very very good. Horse wind up winning the Met Mile and actually was second to run the winning. Un underclass and Secretary the second to secretariat when he broke the course record in the man of war he. He's very versatile. Really Small Black Horse but boy can he run and then You know and then like everything else in his career. He comes back in the Brooklyn Handicap and he goes to the front opens up a gigantic lead in that race and Held off to night. Who was flying again from way way out of it. So he wound up winning that race. And then they met the big race to reach for the last time in the In the Marlboro Cup and of course. We all know what happened there. We've Ridge was second and keeping them in just never ever ran and then Eliot Berk tried him on the grass and he was up to track. He's he just went sour at the end of that year. There's less to racism. Kidded him were were terrible. But you know I mean the UN was just You know stab distant crime. Do something different with him. But he wasn't He wasn't aggressive even though was Even though his brother was but unfortunately he ended up this year. He ended his career with poor efforts. But you don't want as best as he could be. He could beat anybody and and like I said that was an excellent excellent crop horses. You know whose name didn't come up here. I'm looking at some charts. I got my. I got my racing manual out. Knowle's say well Nola Hodgson. Yeah he was he was. He wasn't a picture of later on Nola. No but the first half of the year classics though was a He had a tremendous closing kick and he would be in the triple crown races. You know he'd be flying at the end of those races and think he went into. I think he had won the Arkansas Derby and Louise United Serbia absolutely absolutely dead For for homer purdue. Yeah Yeah I I remember Was owned by Joe Straus. If I remember correctly I remember. He has like Orange Silks. You're unbelieveable. Jr Strauss absolutely okay. You're unbelievable who who bred them. I don't know I don't know what it wasn't Strauss. The knuckles The knuckles brothers knuckles. Oh really okay No but But he had a tremendous closing here early in his three year old year. He was closing in in every race. She was very Very good horse but now I mean it was It was it was really an excellent excellent crop. You know when you throw it when you throw in there when you throw a ten Tam in there and and you know it was unfortunate for Perea that you know he just hit that preakness sloppy sloppy track and just couldn't get hold of but again they may be kept making mistakes with With Riva Ridge finally realized he didn't like the it didn't like the SLOP and that's wedding scratched him from the Woodward and ran secretary and unprepared secretary who you talk about bounces by the way back that nobody knew what a bounce was. Can you imagine now having a horse? That was sick. And he missed the travers. He was out for several months. Would've virus and nobody knew if he was going to be able to come back and make the Marlboro Cup. She comes back offer. Layoff it not only now wants to Marlboro Cup. It's such a world record in the race coming in and then they run a back in two weeks. I I can't even think what what kind of a buyer he would have gotten in. That ball was like a one twenty seven or something like that. Or what is the federal grants the Serbs number would have been like a minus five or whatever and then he went back to the mile and a half gophers. I mean they just I mean really I mean it was great but she was so inexpensive still green at the time and Lucian lowering. Should've known better You know maybe a certain himself. I don't know who's decision was but they. They ran secretary and River Ridge in so many races. They shouldn't have and then and and I think you have to secretary gets beat by prove out in the Woodward stakes. People don't realize by the way he got beat by by prove out number one. You realize you're not in that race and he wasn't supposed to run in that race because Prove that had run twenty seven times in his career running one stakes race chesapeake handicap at Bowie. And was out of the money he was all he had was had never. It never worn over mount sixteenth in his life and coming off the Alad Jerkins decided to run them against secretary at amount of half coming off a mile and a sixteenth race should buoy. And he you know he had worked with him and he always liked. The buddy just kept working with the horse so many problems you log in all the time and and Jerkins just kept Just kept giving them all kinds of inhalers and nasal stuff and dandelions and I mean he just any kept changing his bed and he put run out. It's the opposite way. He did everything he could possibly do with that horse. And I remember in the Marlboro Cup. You know I mean secretary looked like he was going to you know Should mean the Woodward you know nobody knew about bounces back. Then everybody figured secretary going a mile and a half again the Belmont after what he had done the first time. So I remember being out in the back at Belmont Day and they showed the The Marlborough on the TV monitors in the back by you know by the pond. And WHO's watching it there but Allen Jerkins and Jack Dreyfuss watching the race so I'm standing. I'm standing next to them watching it and I remember after after the race was over if secretary at one Allen Jerkins turn Tend to Jack Drive. Says what the hell are we doing in this race? Any which is very typical for valid Jerkins and then he goes out and you know track detractors off and you know secretaries league and and prove out takes back off the lead. It sits off from the court approaches. Goes right by him on the inside. And he grew up in wins by four and a half lengths and people realize by the way that at Allen Jerkins not run prove out in that race invasive. What a bad race secretary ran coming back two weeks off a world record okay. Prove out. It's not in the race. Secretary wins the race by eleven lengths and runs the second fastest mile and a half in history Belmont. Secondly to himself he finished he finished. Eleven links had cougar so upbeat who to hall of. Fame two hall of famers in that race and he ran the mile and a half to twenty five from four. That was the second fastest mile and a half. The secretary so secretary would have won that race by eleven lengths in the second fastest mile half and it would have been like. Oh secretaries just like the Great. Just to be the greatest. So what did they do because originally secretary was supposed to run in the war so they run them in this race. Fifty gets beat. What our Solution Lauren. Do you put them in a man of war. Anyway which was like I. We look a week or ten days. Later and secretary breaks of course record going a mile and a half there. So which sets a world record amounts thirty runs the Woodward stakes they run into Woodward's stakes and ran second in the second fastest mile and a half in history of Belmont and then he sets a course record going a mile and a half into man of war stakes in the span of twenty three days. I mean people always look at secretary you know in his career crown but I mean improve out went on and ran in the Jockey Club Gold Cup Jerkins work work them a full mile and a half and then and then blew them out in a race by giving them a a two mile. Two Minute Lick at the end of which he worked half a mile and forty seven or so and then he goes to miles runs. We've reached into the ground running some of the fastest fractions in the history of the two Mile Gold Cup. Was You know I mean fractions? Were like two three seconds. Faster than in Kelso's record so what does prove out do is that he he loves. Any bounces off the rails. The Quarter Pole outcomes in loud at runs run had one travers run second huby in the two Mile Gold Cup distance. Always prove that just runs off and wins wins the race by almost five lengths comes in the last quarter in twenty four and change and Wednesday second-fastest two miles behind Kelso. I mean people wheels. I approve out at the end. The unbeatable it was that was ever going to be pretty. He had that horse. So so revved up because he had great in the Senate he just had so many so many problems. That's why King Ranch got rid of him. but But like I said it was just unfortunate. It's just too bad you didn't Didn't didn't you know retain is forum. He just he other than that time at Saratoga. Where he wanted to. Brooklyn Whitney in the travers. He never really put too with three really really good races together but on his best day he was. You know he's a brilliant he'd to run right on the lead or just just off the lead and you know he he could he. He loved the mile and a half when he beat when he went when he beat leverage but now he was He was very good. Hordes there so it just listen and when he beat river into Woodward to secure the real championship was off to i. I don't know if I forgot. It was sloppy muddied but they called. They called it sloppy. Yeah it was sort of. It was sort of a fast sloppy track. You know it wasn't like soup or anything like that Withdrawing out type of soapy track but again we really didn't want to go mountain want to slop Saudi random. They ran him in that race They randomized race anyway but but then they may damage and the thing is I spoke to petty tweety and she she she Humidity humidity take screwed up. We should have much much better record. But that's a rivalry. People are really know about ten times a year. Seventy to everybody and then of course secretary it was. The worst of the year is a two year old that year. You know the kids would have been the year that year. Obviously if he didn't get trounced by autobiography by Martin his height at then I mean yeah he had obviously he was you know he wound up with Sam and so many good horses and he was just really really becoming an elite trainer. He started he had upset. The suburban handicap was a German bred. Horse its stock but he He had some really good horses. He had maybe he took a darby. Dan castoff was another grouse stock named Prince Dan to California when the sandy the handicapped with You Know Punch. Your Martin was Was He was here? He was really top one or top trainers in the country that point but he had ordered biography he had him really primed in autobiography tissue. Love two miles and the other two really really didn't rob it. There's some believable. There's so much in here and you you hit on a few NOLA Hosei is gonNA capture my interest. The you know with my with my horses the time for got the series that I wanna do and speaking of the people. I'm talking about that. You can't catch another horse. By the way people realized every JOKES ABOUT LEVERAGE. And everything you know. Yeah you get help save. You know meadow stirred and everything that you want to talk about. Maybe maybe the most forgotten horse ever that same year but better stable had another horse that year named Upper Case. Win The Florida. Derby and the memorial and everybody's forgotten about him like he never existed so metal medals able to really good horses and early in the year. I mean they were. They really weren't sure who's actually more of a classic horse was obviously was the two zero champion with. Moore was more brigand but you know he. He had gotten beat early in the year. In in the slop of course they went up running them in the everglades When he won he won the Florida Derby and then he comes back and wins the with memorial and everybody thinks wow But I think he had heard after that and he was really he never did anything after that but there was another worse that year. That wonderful Mingo which was which was the big race in Florida that year he won by ten lengths and sometimes you see him in pedigrees to his name was. Hold your peace sure. Who's a very good horse? He wanted he wanted to Flamingo to here by ten. So when you went went when you look at upper case so everybody's forgotten about nobody remembers Hold your patient. Nobody Remembers Nola Hassi. these were big of a really really good horses. And there's other words that people forgotten voice that he won three major stakes. When he wasn't within states he finish up to track. It was inconsistent. What you've ever seen as it was. Somebody middletown stables English. Free Techs until you catch was in that garden state stakes to He he actually was the horse. That was That was flying at the end of race. He he ended up. He went up second in that race but he's the one that won the The Mamas invitational which is now the high school when we rich supposedly withdraw winning the Ohio Derby. But he wasn't he several really big races back then He was again. A come from behind was but there was some races where he just run around the track and do nothing but some races. You just never knew when he pop up and and Shoots race and he had started off at the Old Liberty Bell Park Kid one. You know something they had small stakes as to your as a two year old but You know on his best day he was He was a pretty good choice to he. Just didn't have many of his Many of his best days I mean you know think of it. You know the more I keep thinking of of some of these Some of these goods that year and it was some really really good wishes the white lease had worked for Penny Brennan. Cloudy Dawn. Who was who's also towards but I believe it was third. I didn't even certain Leverage Belmont. But he had he had run into Mama's invitational too and he was he was a closer he was You know he ran into Belair folks really big strong doc. Almost black Black Horse Really Really Nice horse but then retain was green tree like you said grouse talk really well bred or Sudan Second Weaver. Belmont that another that year. Who's good at the end of the year won a bunch of stakes the end of the year? That William Hacking Perry had named forage who Another strikingly beautiful forts? Run to winning races. Like I said last year like the Romer Discovery. See those kind of racist but he was he was always right there at the end of the I mean a lot of good watches mentioned. That's if you had people don't even think of 'cause they think of was secretary was the horse of the average won the Derby and the Belmont stakes and then you had sex with no secretary career but It was it was it was it was fascinating following those horses through Florida and I said well those Florida horses really weren't around. That's when we started serving himself and team started getting really good so I'm trying to think I think that's about all I can remember. Now this is. That's that's the idea I mean there's so much here and it's GonNa trigger some other conversations and I no La- Hosei and happen to be you know brother of Soy Numero and numerous no was I. I was the first second crop is Damascus and I remember. He wants he wants. I started by like seven ranks so brilliantly brilliantly fast horse never really turned into what they what they thought would but he was one of the first really really fast and the funny thing is is that Damascus. All these precocious two year olds. That would come out and win. First Time outs. Dr Fager. Who stole horses stuck out good later in the year and I would go on a wait until they turn horses. She never produced any really. You know precocious daily precious But she was accused even better Scratching out but But they'll not NOLA was Was a very very fast horse. I choose me I was very fast or the opposite. Hoc- It was a company behind to it. Well and I'm just I'm I'm also discovering I'd seen the name but I didn't know I don't know much at all and I just reached out to Dale Romans homer Pardieu who who trained Them and Veteran by that had a tremendous career grab born basically born across the street from Churchill and Hot Walker and became an exercise rider and had a company of not only not only. Did he win the Louisiana Derby and the Arkansas Derby with no he? He did it a second time. He did it a second time with a horse that got hurt and didn't make the Derby as it happens a few years later. Cl- clever towels in one thousand. Nine hundred tell was a very good horse television. Excellent horse. He he actually he actually turned out to be a really good at ransom. Huge racist thirty two later in the year won. The futurity is a two year old. Yeah but he but he but he turned out he. He ran some huge races. He was running in the Mid West And ran for big races. I think he runs. I think he might have finished. Second in the Travis that would have been that would have been seventy seven. Seventy seven seventy seven seventy. I thought he was like. What are you like Seventy seven. I can't remember what he I thought. He had run. A hit run a big race in the summer but he wanted you want to be he. He won a bunch of racists You know maybe in the Mid West Maybe the American Derby and those kinds of races but he was he was good he turned he turned into very you. Turn to very good horse now. We're going to do like you know. Like I said he was not a hot say he was a Was a veteran already. Hit that time. Well we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA talk. I reached out to Dale. Romans and I said WHO? Who Do you know that that can tell us about homer Pardieu and he said Tammy's Dad Bill Fox said Bill Bill knew really well? So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA slip this in. I mean th there's you know there's almo rate name it's a tremendous day. Absolutely anybody ever sounds like Kentucky hard. Moody's over I love it. I Love Steve. This would this perfect. Well yeah there were columns and they're great. They're terrific you know so just help. People Escape You know I just think thirty Thirty Question Trivia Quiz that like nobody got anything they were so obscure. But I didn't make him. I didn't make the questions for people to actually try and get it because the thing is you questions. People automatically run to Google. Which is not you know. What's the fun in that. These were questions that everybody should not new study questions. Symbols people didn't get more than two or three right but the purpose of it was to supply the answers to make them really really interesting. Like things you didn't know about racing. I'm at could've could've written them. I've interesting facts but I put it in question form But it was just it was just kind of obscure things that people could not look up on Google. I love it and I saw the headline and I haven't had a chance to look at that yet. I love it. That's great. Yeah but like one of the questions that That nobody got was who was the first horse to be to go off as the favorite North Triple Conway races and when none of them this story that nobody nobody nobody would even know but I I? I remember following the triple crown. Mike at George Airy. It's not that that long ago and wasn't his the we're we're does. He was the favorite in the Derby that that's coming into one and then and then he was the favorite in the preakness that personality one and then he was but he ran. Everybody ran well and well enough to be saving the Belmont. And Sean One. That's right which gave shake with. No I Y- well actually. Her Jacob just died earlier that year so he was actually responsible but John. J trainer became one of the few trains in history to win. Two legs triple crown with two different horses person that he trained personality and High Echelon Nice but that was and and. I that year. That's commander that's coming. Dust Command. Let's commanded won the derby that year running very impressively WANNA walk by himself and he had won the Blue Grass stakes at thirty five to one and He was like before. Charismatic won the Kentucky Derby he he was he was the last horse before charismatic to win the Kentucky Derby who had previously running a claiming race. The only difference is charismatic. Run for sixty two five. That's right and dust. Commander ran for seventy five hundred derby like he probably made twenty five starts but he popped up out of nowhere. In the blue grass stakes just out of nowhere and And won very impressively came back and won and after winning winning. You're thirty five. Twenty comes back in the In and wins the Kentucky Derby again and that started the That started the whole. I'M NOT GONNA call it a dynasty But it was that whole you know the Robert Lehman and vernal even of you know from their came. Run- busty run and and Bob Stasi master Derby and all all of sources but it was just focus in. I don't know why we came up with him. But the one of the funniest things was that you know nobody. Nobody knew how to react because nobody knew who Robert Leeann was and he accepted the trophy the Derby. And Yeah the Kentucky hard boots when you go up there. You're you know you're supposed to be humble. Just the greatest moment of my life You know at this moment. I've been waiting for Robin Leeman. Gets up there. And they they interview him after the race and the S. them so feel like the win the Kentucky Derby and he said I it was good. He says you know he says China's good is big game hunting though so I saw now because he's the gray the Kentucky Derby but now everybody knows that he goes out and kills what kills animals in our base. If he said that he'd be lynched. If that's true but Winning Derby was not as satisfying as And then later on. He wound up explaining because then when he when he when he had run dusty run and mass adobe those horses he bred and he says he couldn't. He couldn't get any satisfaction from just commander because he didn't breed the horse. Then he wanted he wanted to having a big beautiful farm in Kentucky and well you know who who who was you know who they bred John? Henry Kaimuki bread farm about that. So so some really Some really good horses and also also the seventies you know master Derby you know he's running you know you'd run big races Was running against forego and you know one a whole bunch of big races won the preakness Run dusty run of course would have been a tremendous source of reading run come along the same year slew and wound up running second to Seattle slew. Two or three wrecks triple crown and then finished second in the Should be one of the drivers and got disqualified People forget about run dusty run. He was good horse. They put up a what's called Jetski. Who was a mid West Tours and So that was That was kind of a strange Kind of a strange Derby Seattle slew was already gone. You know he was gotten sick. And you know we have to that Effort at California Debacle. So we run was left finally without Seattle slew and finally was able to win wins. The crop gets disqualified roundup forget. I'll never forget Robert. Lehman Swim Big Game on you. Know you get more satisfaction for shooting elephants Irvine And Win the Kentucky Derby. Well there's only really one. There's really only one unsatisfied. Derby winner The Derby winning owner we can think of subsequently so That that's a rare. That's a that's a that's a rare occurrence for a few minutes. Now I know all right. So that means a third. I wasn't even thinking about Gary West. I I'm I was thinking about somebody else. That was snarling. Thirty seconds after he won the The after he'd WanNa Kentucky Derby Save Quite. Nobody myself included nobody. Nobody would bother talking to them. Nobody knows that Steve this tremendous and I appreciate it and we'll be looking forward to To Derby talk next week. Of course it'll be the Arkansas Derby Kentucky Derby. I don't care running Arkansas. Especially if they can get we're GONNA get a lot of they can split that race. It's going to be like me like going. Ebbets field is the kid for a doubleheader double. Well you might see if it if it was going to be day night. The be a separate admission background. They didn't have that now. They do that the fans over there as well. No like what's his name anyway but you know it was. It was Yawkey. It was Tom Yawkey. Who thought that that that split the day night doubleheader for separate admissions almost? I'm almost positive you look that up. I think I gotTA think if I'M NOT MISTAKEN. I think Tom Yawkey created that. GotTa remember I. W I remember my first doubleheader who's the Brooklyn dodgers at ebbets field against the braves remember. Joe Adcock. Hit Three home runs the second game. I ever went to my life and It was a double header and remember sitting upstairs behind third base. And every time I looked down Joe Adcock who's rounding third became correct dot saying okay after that but they love to love doubleheaders Yucky Stadium doubleheaders. And you know game is over you sit there and have some talks and wait and wait for the place to come back on. Again you know it was great loved That was fantastic. But you remember. Remember the famous quote from Ernie Banks Right. Let's let's play two. Yeah let's break too. I mean it's perfect. My Dad My dad tells me about a doubleheader ebbets where I think preacher Roe I think Oh my God I think I think preacher Roe. I think he's I think my father said he did one of the first games the maybe the first game ever saw any any and it wasn't and it was double header and preacher Roe through. I think I think he set a one hitter at if. I'm not mistaken to look that up preacher Roe about that well. That's when that well my father's ninety ninety one so yeah but aged. Derby's giving it's GonNa be like a double header. It's going to be great. You realize by the way which I should wish you a very happy. Araf grafted thank you you too. Best of luck Thursday Thursday night tomorrow. Night with an offensive lineman or they go with one of those speedy Henry Rug so one of those fast wide outstanding. Then they need a wide receiver but they also need not law station. Peter so they they. They need an offensive lineman. And there's some. There's some really good ones this year. so be interesting. It's going to be one of the two. They gotta pick either offensive often. He's tackle or or one of those. I'm here so many good wide receivers this year. I mean this is a great class. Oh there are so many good ones member named Michael Pittman by the way from southern cal. Bobby goes around if nobody snacks. And but this guy is gonNA be He's GonNa be Great. It's always what you get. It's going to be weird. It's a little different right. There's going to be doing from his basement. Pretty funny at Walter. All thirty two teams all set up in their Dan's basements with TV screens and monitors glitch. You know and you can't and you can't get your picking time. I'm sure they'll be and I'm sure they'll be Apparently liberal on that part of it who knows maybe the thing will be great. It's a great draft here so fascinating. Who's going to do what I mean. I can't wait now. Should be good Steve Let me get Seth Merrin here. I got fifteen to say. Hi to seth and this was really fun and I see people that were loving the key to the mint and I got I got. I just got a picture of Nola. Jose a color picture from Leslie off. She was there as a as a schoolgirl. Shows Yes sir absolutely you? You hit it off one hundred percent right. Believable sort of us like a star on it Stars on the sleeves. Yeah I'll put it up. I'M GONNA PUT IT UP ON. I haven't seen I haven't seen the Hussy securing probably forty years. It's coming your way as we speak Steve asking everybody. We're GONNA stay right here. Because Seth Marrow is standing by and rather than eat up three minutes with a break and and since actually top of the hour we we played our our exit music anyway. So perfect. And here's a chance to get seth in here. Talk a little Tampa and whatever else. I mentioned that Seth has been sending out daily His his decamping missives. Good morning the morning to start the week a little early doing mostly Wednesday through Sunday. A little early to get into finally Yesterday with that the pick cried mandatory and What a couple of picks for me and a couple of winners and then the third one shot which you know. I had written in my comments that that was what I thought was the toughest race in sequence. You looked at that horse and it was play. I'm not read boarding. I didn't have it. It would push for me but it was one of the horses. You could have made the argument for in a tough race. That if you were if you were gone a lot thinner like I'd say a couple of winters top picks for me and I'm sure they were for other people to maybe a single in one or two of those and that was the toughest race you could have included towards. I mean it wasn't one of those thirty five. It was twelve to one on the morning lies. Thirty five to one shots that you looked at it and said Oh discourse come from. I mean it was tough. It was it tough for us but there was enough there. Class wise and there was some races underneath the world's Day so it was usable and and it was one of those that again had stat courts lost. I got up. I would have been happier a lot. More people would have been happier but given the money that was put in the pool. I think a lot of people walked with fourteen thousand dollars so well and yeah there. There's one hundred tickets punch plus tickets out there that they come come back and that's nice to get that kind of money into circulation especially you know under these circumstances and you're you're you're not saying anything out of school let's go places Was A was a crazy wind price. Given that any sheet player Let's go places was faster than shady lane who was four to one so you know on. Third Graph. I absolutely now. You have to eat and you know you have to swallow a very very low percentage connections and there was there was more not to like than to light but as they say if you'll go deeper could've made the case well and one of the listen yesterday we said do with Nick Tamra. We said you know if you can afford to hit the button. This was the place and. I'm sure that some people did it that way. Because as you reference. You did have frank that Frankie Doro at three two and magnanimous at sixty five and the two of them you could have really leaned on and so you could have spread in the more you know in the more tricky spots the first leg of the fourth. It was very approachable. And when you handicapped it you could feel that and that it was absolutely worth playing and even if you know even if you struck out and got knocked out in the I had that terrible dazzle man ended up with traffic Probably you know was in in the midst of a winning rally. You know th that's part of it and the adjustment seth that everybody's I brought it up again with Chris Qatar lack this morning. Everybody that plays bigger racetracks in a circuits even the B. Circuits. They're all learning and vision. Seeing the visuals on a five eighths racetrack. There's very few. I mean the some of the some of the fair racing in places like that that are you know. Five eighth ovals. There's IT's new to a lot of us. It is crazy to look six furlong race. They're starting from the top of the stretch mile racetrack on three turns it is you do have to adjust a little bit and kind of figure things out. I said they'll be weeks ago when we're talking about some of these smaller tracks I over the years of handicapped. A number of them for protein and whatnot I like them because as I said that. If you get out of your comfort zone a little bit I think it helps your handicapping. I think you have to kind of refresh your handicapping thoughts a little bit and especially the smaller track like that. You have to modify a little bit as well so I think it helps the handicapping a little bit as I get out of the comforts. All occasionally well It Tampa though that is your wheelhouse and I didn't expect to print out races five through eight but I gotTa tell you the more the more I look this morning I realized this is a really good sequence and I know that I saw that early this morning or late last night. You circulated your analysis. Let's give everybody some insight to the late. Pick four Tampa today. We'll do it just want to go back to race for though 'cause I I will say racist two and four off the turn. The others are on so far. Check the scratches a few go to race. Moore's off the Turkey. I'm going to stick with my topic. There twenty one backyard Tommy proctor. Second Time Starter. Just GonNa take a little. Roll the dice you because there's a little bit of breathing. It's interesting that horse's name Tina TEPA This is linked to that one. That horse won a couple of weeks ago. Sprinting on the dirt One hundred here Thursday. Yeah Yeah it was just recently And so this one I liked the switch to the mile on the grass but again we're getting some class relief in the second. Start with the sibling. Having on the debut on the dirt this one if you watch the first race just seemed to be out for a ride so price it just wanted to toss that out there in the fourth Louise Backyard but moving on to late. Pick for Fifth RACE KICKS OFF. Claims going six and a half. I have a two six four and wanted in the pick for. I'll go to deepen used to in the six to two Shug when the career debut Look pretty good at Gulfstream and February costume solid by a number the foul up. Just a little bit of a head. Scratcher you know had the trouble lines is agitated. So I guess we'll give an excuse there. But then he come across state to try Lesser Optional claimer. I get back to that. Career debut looks like the one to beat but legacy Azteca editorial. That went in Bennett. Camacho seems to be a good one. They claim the horse a couple of back and tried this company. Last time we had an okay third saw throw that one in the mix as well so again I have a two six four and one but on the court. I'M GONNA use the two in the six Moving onto the sixth rate. Ten Thousand Dollar Open claimer and again this one as now anyway still terp four seven one eight. I'M GONNA use the the Four seven and one Crown of joy on TAP. I think the horse will benefit from the seasonal debut at been up in the northeast most of the Latter part portion of last year monmouth the meadowlands turf me And then came down to street. Park West in November laid off from that November start until Towards THE END OF MARCH. Come back wasn't much but again it just looks like one baby primary source to to get the season started. It was against a little bit better so little classically Garrett onboard. We Crown Julianne tap in Talia in the second spot Has again been racing to get like the topic against sixteen claims but a more consistently over the past few starts at is the kind of competitive so it gets a little half step a classroom. We I think will be beneficial and Durban Tried this China. Company at Gulfstream back in November has gone through Park West. Hasn't been seen since then quite a couple of statements stakes races at colonial before that And then the four and five starts back Gulfstream last summer those were okay against. Maybe a little bit better so again. This is the horse making the seasonal debut but I thought that was a bit of clash here. A little bit of back. Class that Just was made the horrible too hard to ignore and Santino jumps on board. So we'll go three deep in the second leg again. I have four seven one and eight but on the pick for him when he used a four seven and one should you should not an MTO but The six Let me see those other. Three they all come out the six to twelve looks like the twelve is running yes. You're you're absolutely right. Six eleven and thirteen or out In rate number Seven seven three seven three eight. May maybe specials going seven furlongs fundraiser is shut brings the first over Honor Code. They paid six hundred fifty thousand for the source at Keeneland September. Two thousand eighteen. Obviously that notable Okay with the win early types. The Dan produced a couple of siblings. One call go another one named sweet legacy both of those took a couple of starts to win. And that's maybe a concern that maybe the source would need to start the two because again the two siblings One of them ran fifth in the debut and then one ran eight in the debut and then put in a couple of subsequent wins but the championships over for twenty thousand main special curse to To Tampa I think means this ought to be well met in. The debuts. Read on top seven eighths when when shook debuts them at seven eighths he's telling you that by all rights the horse needs longer Sugars that a a fairly notable some some some of his better horses over the years that You know we're going to be to turn types. They debuted at seventy and successfully in a lot of cases This happens to be you know. Aspiring was by seeking the gold solving there. There's there's nothing but long-windedness in here in Crete and You know doesn't hasn't really hasn't really lit up the board in the mornings at all. I mean I. I don't see a fast work and I. I only see the couple of spotty gate works. You know I I kinda like to see a a gate work with a little bit of speed and I don't know I I I to siblings took a start to figure it out but I found it interesting. That he you know. He's over twenty thousand dollar purse to Tampa. That kinda stuck out to me there. I don't know what's in the book you know over Golf Streak at seven furlongs. Maybe that's exactly what he wanted But I've got to go three deepen regardless so I I also sense. Justice for Mike stood on. They pay three hundred fifty. This horse hasn't quite lived up to it yet but the debut was a parks last July. The comebacker was April first so may benefit from that move forward. Blame the cake interesting. This is New York bred Debuted Saratoga free in Wilkes. The debut effort was pretty good. Just missed their the foul up not so good but this is a horse bought it. Ocala last April and I always liked it when those two year old sale runners come back in the summertime and validate what they showed at the salesperson with nine point four at the sale last year. So I'M GONNA look for this. One tomato comeback is an approved three year old. So again I have that seven three six five six seven and two but I'll use the five six seven couple of couple of quick notes too and here The mentioned earlier this morning. South when I said You'd beyond we'd look at this sequence the four holy cross in Hemingway and he has one this winter with a couple of second time. Starters and this Horse Rian evenly in the debut and I I would not be surprised to see holy cross. Jump forward in here and Then there's also on the outside I wanted to mention the second time starter from Michael Tomlinson. Who is captain? Billy Roy a cowboy cow. That's a half to the very nice Jordan. Any that Tomlinson trained for the The the Willy William Kinder- The breeders So there's there's a lot going on that seven. Give us the eighth eighth grade. Optional claimer non winners of one and you may be able to tell me this I mean I eight five six four. I'm going to use all four of those in here I have the top somersault. This horse debut is very good. One in the debut then tried to dirt still in good second trade stakes company on the grass last time going longer And we in third. But that's good debut sprinting on the turf so I don't think because it's going to be any kind of an obstacle so somersault on top. It's probably uncle but I'm dropping this one for the tag because the conditions are I think the horse could go under the non one or one other that I mean. I looked up the conditions and wasn't in the book. It was in added overnight. Grace this But I think the Horse could run for the allowance conditions so that they're coming dangling horse with attaching. Yeah I understand. You're running OUTTA racetrack ear. Okay River Hof also coming out of mistakes strike and quickly you one for me. Last time I just have to look for that one to improve on the second starts at six and four and again I'll use off. I just put up just re tweeted. Seth's sheet from today thanks to Chris. Ca- TO LACK P said Steve. And Seth Talk to you in the morning.

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"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host, Dan Bongino. Dan Bongino shoppers, Joe. How are you today? Well, it's Thursday, and I'm here with Dan and glad to be here, Thursday, thundering, Thursday. Yeah. I have no idea coach. So we had a great conversation before the show, you know, we should have incorporated, that at this show Joe, Joe is a rocker in his day, like, really played. And did the I was watching a documentary on a plane about Joan Jett and the runaways and I was asking Joe Mike, listen. I don't mean to I love Jones yet. She was awesome and lead a Ford and everything. But man that the runaways we're just not good. Their music was so bad that song, cherry bomb, maybe the worst song ever accord on my joke, your musician. I'm like, in my crazy. He's like, no, you're not crazy now that song was awful. So maybe opening myself out to significant audience negative feedback. But that's okay. I'm not gonna lie to you. I think cherry Bob, maybe the worst rock and roll song ever. I'm sorry. I love music. That was bad. Thank you. Joe is good cover so yeah, it was fun. Oh, yeah. Is a new segment today to start? It'd be to step on you their worst person of the week. Any other simpler way, the who is the worst person of the week. Stay tuned for the end of the show for the worst person of the week in the worst environment honored the swamp. This guy is a real peace award. All right. I gotta let you get today, including John Solomon's news last night. You may have missed it. It was pretty good. Today's show brought to you by buddies at so-fi so fi. Hey, do you know millennials have three times as much student debt as their parents as not right now? Get your student loans refinance now it's so fi, it's a fast and easy process. All online, it only takes two minutes to check your rate, we love so five refinancing your student loans could save you thousands so FIS. 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Check your rate and just two minutes on s-o-f-i dot com. That's S O F. I dot com slash Dan. So fi dot com slash Dan. S-o-f-i dot com slash Dan. S-o-f-i lending Corp, CFL number six zero five four six one to go. Check it out so fi dot com. All right. Let's go. Yeah. So, yeah. So last night, Johnny Solomon, our guy from the hill was on Hannity, and I wouldn't call it so much breaking news. We covered this in my book, spy gate. It's an older story with a new twist to it, but the gist of it was interesting in context of this older politico piece, I'm going to cover here. Politico had broken a long time ago after the Muller pushes they broken because it was in the mullahs report. A story that's important related to this. Breaking news last night. Hang with me here because this is fascinating. Right. An interesting angle. So a while ago Darren Samuelsson Cal Cheney tasha Bertrand, easier, not like pro Trump people at all, by the way, they're kind of left leaning journalist, but they had this piece out what you missed in the Muller report and down buried inside the PSA berry. They weren't hiding, but inside the piece was the revelation that there was potentially a third scope. Memo third scope memo now bear with me because this is very important. A speaks to my entire second book. Which is now done being printed as we speak. I am Superstock about this. My second book exonerated, the whole gist of my second book. Is that Muller knows right away that he's investigating all hoax are hoax. The Loch Ness, monster Bigfoot that you Picabo he knows it. There's actually more evidence for Bigfoot in the chew Picabo, then there are for Trump collusion Muller. Bob Muller the special counsel knows this right away. So you have to ask yourself, if he knows this right a right away instantly when he's hired and you may say, well, how did he know, right away, because the guy he hires I Andrew Weissmann, ladies and gentlemen, was briefed in twenty sixteen Muller's not hire two twenty seventeen that the case was had political origins at steel just didn't wanna see Trump elected. And at the dossier had issues whitesman already knows this. So let's be clear on that. Muller knows from the start. This thing is a hoax by July when he sees Peter stroke. And Lisa page techs they're handed over to him. By July twenty seventeen by the inspector general who's I we got a problem, Bob. He ought one hundred percent knows not only is it a hoax. It's probably set up so you have to ask yourself what? H e double hockey, sticks is my daughter Isabel, used to say was he doing for six hundred seventy five days. Solomon's revelation in conjunction with the bedrock of this politico piece down below it should say, little snippet of this political piece down below it will make more sense. They talk about inside the political piece. A third scope memo a third scope memo. What do you mean? It was a third scope memo. In other words, Bob Muller gets hired by rod Rosenstein. And he says go after Trump for Russian collusion. Now, I want you to keep in mind because this is an important point. Why does this third scope memo matter it matters? Because the whole purpose for hiring. Bob Muller was the allegation show that the department of Justice couldn't handle this because Jeff Sessions was conflicted, because of a meeting, he had with the Russians that Muller himself acknowledged was totally innocuous. Right. Is this makes sense? Yeah. The only reason Muller was hired as a special counsel is because there was an allegation amongst Democrats, a false, one that the DOJ under Trump was, too. Under sessions was was to conflicted to be able to handle this. So the rush stuff had to be analyzed by Muller. I just told you Muller knows right away, though, that the Russia stuff is all false. So what's Muller doing the whole time? Well, interestingly enough, when he finds out the collusion stuff is a hoax, which is immediately. I he knows right away. But at the best case scenario for Muller best case is he finds out just a couple of months later in July twenty seventeen I've sent you from the start. He keeps looking looking looking probing parching poking for new reasons to investigate Trump. Why? Because he knows collusion. There's a hoax. So you have this initial scope memo, rod Rosenstein, which instructing Muller, what to do, go find Russian collusion. There's a second, scope memo issued a few months later in August second, which authorizes him to go after Paul Manafort and stuff involving Ukraine. What does that have to do with Russian collusion? We now find out that there may have been a third scope memo to expanding Muller's ability to reach into the Trump campaign to investigate other people that had nothing to do with Russian collusion. Either ladies and gentlemen. What is happening here? Do you have that snippet from the political piece? By the way, what's happening here is Muller keeps expanding his probe farther and farther from his initial charter to go after Russians because he knows Russian Russia. The Russia stuff is a hoax. Hey, here we go here from this political piece. It wasn't the only scope memo whoever the mullahs report revealed that Rosenstein delivered a more detailed versions of the memo in October of twenty seventeen. This is the third one that cleared the way for investigations at the Roger stone, Michael Cohen. Rick gates and two other individuals who's names were redacted for quote, personal privacy, folks, a third what is going on here. Now, let me tie because you may be saying. I don't get it. How does this tie? What Solomon said last night, you haven't gotten to. That yet keep this in mind. The Muller probe is a far SUNA beginning. He's hired to investigate Russia because Russia's supposedly conflicted the Russian collusion thing because they met with sessions. He'd has not hired to do all this other stuff, but he keeps going back to Rosenstein to ask. For more power to do things not related to Russia. Why? Because he wants to investigate Trump endlessly now Solomon reports last night, the hell, which is, is a really terrific piece on something we discussed and spike, it it's not necessarily breaking news, but he has a really unbelievably good angle on it. John Solomon, which which he discussed this on Hannity, by the way on FOX has pieces in the show. Notes today, Bongino dot com. Please check it out. Subscribe to my Email, they'll send it to you FBI warned early and often that Manafort, file metaphor file might be fake and used it anyway. So now we know the FBI relied on the dossier to spy on the Trump team. We know that was fake. But now we find out that the second scope memo, which is. Muller's effort to keep the investigation going because he knows collusion is a hoax. So Muller goes to Rosenstein to get the authority to investigate Manafort show. Why? Because he'd have to shut his investigation down. Otherwise, he knows the collusion thing as a whole so you tracking me, so this is where it gets even worse. So he here's where it gets even worse. So he asked for the thirty now to go after Manafort, even matter for it has nothing to do with Russian collusion or is original purpose for being hired. What's the problem here? The information they used the infamous black ledger, which to be clear on what this was was a ledger of an of an alleged, cash payment made to Paul Manafort for some lobbying on behalf of Ukrainian officials. Track me here, say it's basically a piece of alleger taken out, that show some illicit tax evading, anti lobbying type cash payment to hide a payment made to Manafort from. Okay. So what you're saying is, well Muller might have discovered that Manafort was paid in cash in violation of some US law. What's the problem? The ledger is a fake. There. Nobody can prove this thing is credible from John Solomon's piece. For example, Ukraine's top anti corruption prosecutor a prosecutor, forgive me. I'm going to say his name wrong. Nissar closer-knit ski told me he warned the US talked about, as this is in Solomon's, voice told me he warned the US State Department's law enforcement liaison multiple FBI agents in late summer of two thousand sixteen that Ukrainian thirties, who recovered the ledger, believed it was likely of fraud. So now we have not just one the dossier fake document used to spy on the Trump team. We have this black ledger of a cash payment made to Manafort, who Muller clearly uses this to go back to Rosenstein to ask. For more thority to do things entirely unrelated to his Russian collusion case that he already knows is a hoax. Folks. It was a fake now put up a screen shot. Number one from the hope he's, they use this for the search more. This is. This is where it gets. This is insane. Listen to what Muller Muller aren't good guy, the Democrats. No, he's not a good guy. But he tip is a disgrace from Solomon's piece. But with Manafort, the FBI Muller's office did not. Amazing. They didn't even site the actual ledger, which would require ages to discuss their assessment of the evidence. And instead, they cited media reports about it, the feds assisted on one of those stories, a source hold on a second on them. Think about what I'm telling you. Yeah. Backtrack a little bit Muller's investigating a fraud. He has to expand his authority because he can't just come out and say collusion's a hoax. He has to hammer Trump because Sach what Muller does he was vindictive horrible person at the end him in Weisman? I don't leave Wieser Weisman's even worse. Muller may have been a decent guy who was corrupted by Weisman. They have to keep expanding their investigatory net and their investigatory trip because they don't have anything so they keep going back to rose aside. Hey, can we investigate this comedic that? Hey, the second scope memel we need to investigate Manafort. Why do you want Manafort? Hey, look at this black ledger. We got it says metaphor is getting cash payments from Ukraine he wasn't declaring them tax violations Farah violations. This is big trouble. Do you cranny and told them this ledger was a fraud? The I'm not defending Manafort. He's got his own issues. Right. Right. But. Even worse, Joe after being told the ledger was most likely a fraud instead of citing the ledger in search warrants. They used to go hit manafort's house at six o'clock in the morning and wake up his wife out of bed. Right. They sighted media reports back to that snippet from the hill piece, for example agents mentioned the ledger in an affidavit, supporting a July twenty seventeen search warrant for manafort's house, citing it as one of the reasons the FBI resurrected the criminal case against Manafort. Now, the next part of the peace, this gets even better. They cite in AP, article Joe come on the FBI to get the yes, yes, yeah, you're not gonna wait. Yes, they site in a article in a search warrant to raid manafort's house. This guy knows collusion's a hoax Muller. They signed in April twelve twenty seventeen AP article which reported at DM I, which has manafort's company show to payments that were made to his company that correspond to payments in the quote, black ledger, an FBI agent wrote in a footnote to the affidavit for the search more, there are two glaring problems with that assertion. I the FBI agent failed to disclose that both FBI officials and the department of Justice prosecutor Andy the hack Weisman who later became Muller's deputy met with those AP reporters one day before the story was published and assisted in their reporting folks. Listen to me, the Republic is dying. This slow death year and hack disturbed police, they tyrant Democrats and their sycophantic media acolytes who have so their lips to the rear end of liberal activists out. There are decimating the Republic. Do you understand what I just told you here? The Muller team knows this is a hoax. There's no evidence that exists instead of saying, listen case closed, there's no there, there America move on. They need reasons to keep it going. They keep going back to Rosenstein for a second scope. Memo years north already for a third scope member memo. Here's even more thirty. They based the second scope memo. Unbelievably on search warrants and stuff. They acquired on a fake document the black ledger and instead of actually using the black ledger as evidence which they don't do the mother report, they use an article written about the black ledger about these cash payments, and who met with the people who wrote the article, the same guy Andy Weissman citing that as evidence. Okay, analogy. I want to accuse Joe of robbing a Bank didn't rob the Bank. So I make up a face. Confession from Joe. I robbed a Bank signed Jo Armacost, it's not even in his handwriting. No. I then go to the media, and I say media. I listen I'm Dan Bongino prosecutor. I have evidence here, I'm going to leak this to you. That Joe Armacost robbed a Bank have this letter. Can we see the letter? No. You can't see it to media rights report that there's a written confession about Joe Armacost the FBI then uses the media report, I leaked about the fake confession. I wrote to get a warrant to go. Hit chose house. You got not happen. You got nothing. You got nothing. I know. You can't see my. No. Yeah, that's funny. You said that because had nothing that's what I wrote right air. They had nothing the whole time they had to fabricate and invent new reasons to continue this horrible disturbed. Investigation. So although Salomon's breaking news last night, about the black ledger, and how the FBI used a nother debunk discredited document to continue investigating Trump's team. And by the way, in Trump's interview last night with Hannity, he dropped another nuclear bomb that they're DOJ's looking into the recording potentially of his personal calls, which by the way, I discussed on the show, a long time I have no doubt that happen. None. But Solomon story last night, I covered the initial spy gate, my book, the black ledgers. That's I'm not knocking. So don't take this the wrong way. Solomon is terrific. Fantastic reported. Please read a story. But the existence of the black ledger, is old news. The new news angle. He has to it is that the Ukrainians are now acknowledging that this thing was probably a fake and at the FBI relied on it for search warrants this, and in the search warrant, reused media reports. Folks, this is so disgusting. It's, it's beyond belief. All right. Coming up. I got a lot more head. Again, worst person of the week, I have finally, somebody puts out a Bill, Josh Hawley, prominent Republican Senator just elected, he be Claire mccaskill going after big tech, you may say, oh, that's great news. I don't know folks, not so much hold onto some big problems with the Bill. I know you know, suppressing conservative thought YouTube Twitter Facebook is a big deal. But I'm not sure this Bill is right? I'm gonna hit some of the highs and lows often so it's coming up next today show also brought to you by buddies at bollandbranch. These are the most comfortable sheets. Ever and a nice part about them like a fine wine. The more you sleep on him the softer, they get. I'm not kidding. You will sleep like you're sleeping on a cloud, like someone's holding you up on a blanket of air. They're fantastic. Listen, we're not going to agree on everything. We can agree getting a good night's sleep matters. You wake up in the morning. 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What we're talking about why this matters because we've discussed before the show, but you may have missed it. If you are a social media company or a platform, like YouTube, you have protections under section two thirty the Communications Decency Act. This is important. Don't let the Joaquin this of this confusion. All the protections are this. You cannot be held civilly liable for content on your platform with everything within limits. Of course, because you are not a publisher, you are a platform very distinctly visiting from newspaper publishers. If the New York Times publishes a piece that defames Joe and says Joe robbed the Bank when Joe did not. And they know it's false. Joe can sue the New York Times and will happen. I mean he had a ho Cogan who sued Gawker and put them out of business for that tape if you know what I mean. And he put them out of business. Gawker one under. You. If you are a publisher not a neutral platform, you can, in fact, be sued, and in many cases, you will lose if you knowingly defame someone if someone goes on Twitter and says, Joe Armacost robbed, the Bank joke in that person, but Twitter has protections because Twitter's according to our rules now at our regulatory structure, now, make sure you follow this because none of the rest of the story will make sense. If you don't get this Twitter has immunities from that because their take on it is, we are a platform. We are not making editorial publication decisions anybody who posts on that platforms free to do so, but they're responsible for their own stuff. That's not the case in the New York Times. Okay. Joe can't just go. And you know right in the New York Times op-ed section like he cannot Joe Joe tweets. He's at Joe has one. Okay. Yeah. He tweets a kiss. Sometimes I noticed show. He goes on, like Twitter rampages for a couple of days, then we don't see him for a week, right? He goes on Twitter bender for a few days. But Joe can't do that on the New York Times newspaper. He can't just go and type of front page story. There's a difference, and I agree with that difference me too. Well, what's the problem, ladies and gentlemen? The problem is clearly Twitter Facebook and YouTube have not been acting like independent platforms. They haven't YouTube de monetize within seconds video going up for and gives us. No reason there clearly making publication decisions. They did it to Steven Crowder, listen, the litany of complaints about Twitter and face could go on all day. I don't want to bore you. We're not allowed to run ads on Twitter. No reason was given none. You have a conservative content on Twitter. Silence than suppressed all the time. To me, editing. Yeah. I'm sorry, Dan. Yeah. Yeah. No, it is. It's making editorial decisions. Per perfectly time, you're making publication editorial decisions and they know it they hide behind stupid stuff, Joe. Like it's the all the, it's not the crap the algorithm that the algorithm, you have clearly people at your company who don't like conservatives. We had that story about Facebook, Candice Owens. Conservative activists was on some kind of line, you know, blacklist. I mean she was supposed to be silenced at every opportunity. It's absurd. Now, you may say, well, this sounds great. What is Josh hollies Bill do? Well, from the fed was piece by, Emily. This is interesting. It says under hollies Bill Fox News reported big Tex for big tech firms would have to provide evidence to the Federal Trade Commission, proving that their algorithms and content removal practices are neutral tech titans. We would also be responsible for the cost of performing audits and would have to reapply for immunity every two years. Folks is a problem here. The problem is the FTC the Federal Trade Commission, a board of federally appointed bureaucrats. I don't mean that as an insult. I mean it is a fact. That's what they are. It's a bureaucratic mechanism in the federal government to monitor trade practices, the Federal Trade Commission. These are government bureaucrats, so let me point out problem, number one with this. The FTC I took a note is going to determine when moderation decisions are designed. This is from the Bill moderation decision. Other words moderating, Joe said, editing their content and other word for it, right? They're going to decide when they are designed to or intended to negatively impact, or have a disproportionate impact on political ideas. You may say well that sounds great. Folks. Joe you the perfect guest here for this. All right, Dan. Well, you wouldn't have radio industry when the fairness doctrine was out there was. Yeah, I was just fair. This doctrine, folks. Joe was their job bid radio a long time. Joseph been in radio since some years old. He dad all he looks pretty good. But he's been there a long time. And he's a wealth of expertise says he could tell you about all kind logs, they had to keep all kinds of stuff, but the general gist of the fairness doctrine back in the day. I think Reagan was the one who scrapped if thankfully, scrapped the fairness doctrine, but the general gist of it was you had to provide some form of equal access to opposing political ideas. So if you ran a conservative program, you would have to run some type of counterbalance liberal type political programming. Folks kind of sounds like what's in the Hawley Bill now? Right. In other words, if they're algorithm, determines that their content is fifty one percent, liberal or sixty percent liberal than that algorithm. They're not going to be able to get that immunity section. And they could be sued this little complicated. But police track meet as this is a huge huge topic of conversation America right now. I'm trying to give you the downsides think about what I'm telling you the old fairness doctrine. What was the what was the radio station remedy for that? The radio station remedy is because they didn't want a balance programming. Nobody liked. He right show liberal. Nobody listen a little stuff now. Get it on NBC. Yeah. With Tom Brokaw. Walter Cronkite on CBS, whatever it was. Nobody wanted to listen. So instead of the Joe, correct me if I'm wrong. I know where you're going stations said, listen. We can't put Rush Limbaugh on and run Limbaugh was afterwards. But just wrote me he's the big conservative, talk radio host me know because if we put Limbaugh. On. We gotta run three hours of liberal stuff. Nobody's gonna listen to. So what did radio stations do nothing? They didn't talk about politics. You notice, ladies and gentlemen, went did talk radio. Explode Limbaugh Levin Hannity, when did it explode after the fairness doctrine was scrapped? So the side effect of making a policy that appeared on its face to be the fairness show. What's wrong with that? Fairness Republicans are gonna get equal access to the radio stations. Ladies and gentlemen. It actually destroyed Republican GOP conservative talk radio. It destroyed it. Until it was wiped out, and the market was allowed to come in and fix it. Did conservative talk radio explode because then they weren't obligated for fairness anymore. It wasn't fair at all. Nobody wanted to listen to liberal talk radio so radio station scrapped it. We're not going to give them three hours to make sense. Everyone in the audience. Give me a nod. All right. Here you go. Think about what this algorithm. Algorithm. Problem could be. So now in order for you, Twitter Facebook, Google YouTube bright alphabet whatever that company. Google pair company is for you to get these immunity protections. You need they need them Joe because Twitter doesn't want to be sued you tweets go out on Twitter, every day that are defamatory. You have no idea what people say about me on Twitter. It is grotesque. We ignore. What are you gonna do? You gotta just ignore it. Twitter if we could sue Twitter, let saying I would do that. Don't get me wrong play the hypothetical for okay? You know how much Twitter would be out of business tomorrow. You may say, well, that's a great thing. Is it, ladies and gentlemen? Are you sure that? Listen. I'm not suggesting Twitter is awful. Okay. I'm on it because I, I have to be. All right. But ladies and gentlemen, the point is, I'm on it, and so are many view. And we bypass corporate sensors New York Times sensors Washington Post gatekeepers by being able to get our ideas out there, even though there are downsides, and they go after us a lot folks. I'm telling you right now, if a Bill like this were to pass. It's, it's not worded. Right. There are other things we can do about two thirty protections. But it's worded in such a I think a really bad way, a kid think Vinnie of the way to describe it that what's going to happen is the same thing that would happen under the fairness doctrine. They're just going to start eliminating political content because they're afraid they're algorithm may show up as bias to either side. Folks, it's going to create a real problem also folks were assuming here as well. You're assuming that if they start inventing listen, I just told you I have no doubt there. Algorithms now discriminate against conservatives. None none. So you may say, well, I don't get it. What do you think about it? Now if Twitter number afraid of losing their immunity. So they have to go to the FTC, you're assuming, by the way, it's going to be dominated by conservatives that bureaucratic portent, no doubt going to be taken over by Democrats and big government types. What if they go the other way? And in order to remedy the situation, they create an algorithm. Joe that just by the free market like the Rush Limbaugh radio, which was popular. Nobody cared about air America. Right. What if all of a sudden Twitter shows fifty one percent of the materials conservative? Now, what happens? Reuter has to go back into just around the start suppressing conservatives. Now again, you're assuming that this algorithm. Shift is going to benefit conservatives in the long run. Ladies and gentlemen, that may be an overly optimistic assumption. I've warned you from the start be very, very careful with government intervention into this problem because you may be creating a bigger problem than the one, you think you're solving, I disagree. I excuse me. I agree with you, a thousand percent that this is a huge problem and the market free market has done a terrible job of stopping YouTube, Twitter and Facebook from attacking conservative content. I point stipulated, I am not arguing with them. With that point with you at all we both win because I agree. And I think Holly's head is in the right place with this. Yeah. But this Bill, I think, and I gotta tell you, I was looking at a tweet by Crispin doll for my colleague we used to work together at crtv. Pandolfi said who's a really brilliant guy? And one of his tweets, he said, listen, I'm having a hard time finding a conservative who supports all these Bill. Well, you can check off me in that box to, because I don't I can't support it either folks that algorithm. I'm telling you, we'll blow up spectacularly in our faces you will see a mere wiping out of YouTube, Twitter and Facebook content at all and for all of the downsides of those platforms, which are significant. There are many downsides, can we be candid and honest with each other and say, listen Trump's manage to use it pretty well for all I can't run ads on Twitter. But ladies and gentlemen, my books, get out there on spy gay people found out, I had a lady tweets me last night, she couldn't put the book down. Thank you. I retweeted it, you I would've she would've never found the book probably if not for Twitter. And I wouldn't have been able to get our ideas out there. You see my point. I hope this makes sense Foco. Yeah. Yeah, I get it. There are problems, but introducing the FTC could be an absolute disaster that are- invoke a defacto fair. Doctrine, where Rush Limbaugh wasn't put on the radio because they had a match his content with garbage liberal content. Nobody wanted an a radio was not going to have three hours of basically dead air with nobody listening to some liberal ranting on about how great socialism was you'll see the same thing on Twitter. Just my warning. Is a great topic. Read that piece by the way, in the federalist by Emily cinci. It's really, really good. It's totally worth your time. By the way, there's a personal note. Someone asked me what this scar on my arm was from yesterday on Twitter. How did you see that you can barely see that on camera? That's those fatty tumors AIA taken out, you see scars everywhere but not like dying. I yeah, my shows always, I'm always honest with everybody. I don't hide much year. No reason to but yeah, I had a bunch of fatty tumors in my arm, and my good friend, Dr Adler took them out. So that's what that scarred. I'm not dying. Don't worry, I promise. I will be everything's going to get them. Guy emails me, how did you see that, like, I can't even see that on camera? I got pretty good almost off camera. Man. Hey, listen. I got some video next that I said Joe before the show and. Folks, tedious Israel, as you know, what is the highest level of infection level, six tedious, Trump derangement, syndrome level, six? We have found a level six infection. We have found it. So stay tuned. I got a piece of CNN video. It's, it's, it's so disturbing. I'm just warning. You take cover immediately. If you find yourself anywhere close to the individual infected. 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He cover level. Six outbreak now as I said, you know, you have preowneds these infection protein type molecules. There's no immunities this may be a preemptive here is Angela rye on CNN caught yesterday show. Of course, we had ever ridiculous Alexandria case, yo, Cortez, outrageously offensively and absurdly comparing facilities to hold illegal immigrants. While they await trial on our southern border who broke our laws and came here voluntarily to concentration camps, and making reference to the term. Never again. Meaning she was making reference to the extermination systematically of six million Jewish men and women by the, the most offensive human beings in modern human history. The, the Nazis, it's a disgusting stupid. Outrageous. Ridiculous offensive analogy. But what's even worse as watching people like Angela. Right. A on CNN defend this absurdity. Here's Angela which Steve Cortez Republican activists on the Chris Cuomo show had tip CNN here. Here's Angela defending the use of concentration camps, and death camps, as terminology to describe our immigration problem in nineteen hundred rice in tracing. Cans in nineteen forty one they were death camps. And that is where we are going. If our, our consciences are not quickly here. It is a problem, we till you let me tell you laugh it off. Dude. I mean we are you understand Joe? We are living in the dumbest of we, we have officially reached peak stupid in peak stupid right now. This is unbelievable, that even Chuck Todd Chuck Todd. Who's there's no bigger liberal activists than the media right now than Chuck Todd, okay? From NBC even Chuck Todd came out and said, listen, miss Casey Cortes. I'm sorry. But this totally cheapens the holocaust, and what you're doing by trying to appropriate concentration camp language is unbelievably offensive, any says at one point, you know, you can call our immigration process. A lot of things broken there's issues with it. There's issues with the facilities people being kept at fine caller, whatever you want, but making an analogy to the systematic extermination of millions of human lives by the most grotesque horrible atrocious means possible. Can we all agree? This was just a dumb comment, not a OC. Oh, see who doubles and triples, down on stupid every single time, and you have people like tedious level six infected Angela ri- on CNN, who thinks if she yells, louder that she'll make her point that the United States is running death camps. It's an embarrassment. She's an embarrassment and I'm going to leave it at this. Please take cover immediately immediately. If you're anywhere near Angelo ri- because it may be a pre on and tedious, Ken, this may be deadly later on. We don't know how bad the infection is, but it's clearly outside of the hot zone right now. Gosh. So small man. By the way, I got one more video at the end of the show, we'll do it right before our worst persons of the week. So I'm gonna motor through a couple of stories that are really important. But did you see the video you don't talk about time? That was right. The coolest ever go. All right. We'll get some of you seated this morning, FOX and friends. I'll describe it for you and the audio. But if you want to check it out YouTube dot com slash bungee, you know, we'll get to the show. This may be the bed. Est a two I have seen in a long time this cuts. All right. Before I get to that. A Wall Street Journal ran an interesting pieces morning and I'm only bring up because I've been attacked for the last two days about comments, I made on Hannity by liberals on I love them. I thought they were great comments Trump's speech and opening night in Orlando. He mentioned Hillary multiple times than I had said on Hannity. And I meant it. And I mean it now that I like this because he absolutely scorched Hillary Clinton, right, Democrats, and even the journal, listen, I like the journal I read it every day, the rapid column, but we don't agree on everything, and that's fine. I'm not a liberal. I don't hate anybody personally. But the Wall Street Journal had this piece up saying a second term for what question Mark obviously question. Trump's speech and he said, Trump can't win by re-litigating twenty sixteen and playing only to his base journal guys, the it was written by the story aboard. I love you guys and ladies over there every every day materials pretty good. We disagree on some immigration stuff. But you are completely wrong on this, the reason I said, what I said. And Trump said Trump's not stupidity. I mean the why they keep downplaying the man's political instincts. I don't get. There's a reason he's doing this, ladies and gentlemen. And I would love your Email feedback on this. I really would, you know, my emails on the website, Paulin I read it. This is not about re-litigating 2016. You may say then you said that he scorched Hillary Clinton. He's not running against Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton ran in two thousand sixteen. So, of course he's related getting twenty sixteen. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. That is not why he's doing this. This guy is not stupid. Tell me if I'm reading you wrong here, folks until maybe you to. Maybe the reason the Republican party conservatives. The Trump ace, those are not always the same thing, by the way, moderate, Democrats, and some democrat Trump supporters support Trump is because Trump has been a warrior against an establishment swamp that has diminished their interest and basically decimated, the Republic for the last fifty sixty plus years, you got the picture Hillary, you get miss Hillary Clinton and her ability to bypass any punishment whatsoever for her outrageous flaunting of the law with her E mail server is not about twenty sixteen. Do you get it? It's about Trump saying, I am not her. She is with them. Obama, Biden Sanders. Right. I want rats practically to horrible swampy. People to that's Hillary. Bingo, Hillary and her getting off and getting having a second set of blind Justice, right only blinded Democrats. Right her getting up is emblematic of everything wrong with the swamp the journal gums sorry, but you are totally misreading is, I agree point stipulated not every Trump's speech should be ninety percent about Hillary Clinton. Not every speech, it even mention her. But Trump going after Hillary and Obama, which I also mentioned my comments, which most people left out, of course, of course, they had to leave the Obama point out, because then it makes their point bungee knows re-litigating twenty six two you're missing it. It's about a bigger issue. The people on the ground wanna know business as usual with Hillary and Obama and Biden, and all these people who kisses button immediate. They're not going to get off anymore. If you're going to report fake news, Trump's going to call you out if you're going to set up a. Server, a private server and break the law by shuttling classified information and remote removing the labels Trump's not going to let it go. It's as simple as that you're it, it's not re-litigating twenty sixteen. It's litigating twenty twenty. It's us versus them. And Trump is with us and Hillary is with them. I'm telling you reading this all wrong. One hundred percent. But check the peace out if you'd like decent I just disagree with it intensely. All right. One more note before we get the worst person of the week and the greatest video, and I think it human history of the biggest bed. Hey energy, energy matters. I said yesterday in campaigns. Right, energies infectious campaigns are about public perception, the perception of a winner. Nobody wants to get behind a loser. Nobody listen. I again I ran for office, and I'll tell you why I ran three campaigns. One of them we almost pulled off. But in my first campaign, we had a lot of momentum going, we ran for the sense when I met show when I ran for the US Senate against Ben cart, and listen. We weren't gonna win the race. It was Maryland, but we tried our hardest. And in this third party guy jumps in this guy robs topology, and he spends millions of dollars you spent like seven million bucks, folks any momentum we had he crushed it. He just bombarded us on the air. The big mo- matters momentum matters energy matters. Now, this is why yesterday I said, these polls, I wouldn't buy into all these polls Trump's down nine in Florida. I live in. He's not down nine and it's absurd. Don't discount. Completely because not down. I look at this Washington free beacon story. I'll have in the show notes today. You wanna talk about energy, the media's discount this Trump's twenty twenty campaign raises record twenty eight point four million in the first twenty four hours, folks. Do you have any idea how much money that is it twenty four hours put in perspective? Joe? You know what Joe Biden raised in the first twenty four hours, Joe by supposed to be the next coming of the messiah for the Democrats, Jay? But you know what he raised in twenty four hours, six six million six billion, and Joe Biden Mets six million six million dollars in twenty four hours again. I'm not being hyperbolic nothing's this positive. It doesn't mean Trump Scott it in a bag. It doesn't mean any of that. But the big mo- energy matters, Trump is turning out the energy, the people and the donors. But other Democrats turning out to people, let's look at this legal insurrection piece by our buddy, Kimberly K. My brother Jimmy textiles, read this Thurbers hysterical. I'm not misreading the headline. Tens of people show up Trump rally. I didn't read that wrong folks, if you're watching YouTube, you've read the headline. Now yourself YouTube back home slash bungee to not tens of thousands. Tens of people Kimberly K sub-headline a hole, fifteen. A whole. Oh, gosh. I get choked up here a hole. Fifteen ish people showed up outside of the White House this past weekend to encourage, you peach Mott of the president, ladies and gentlemen. More people show up outside the White House to buy souvenirs from the Trump pin- people on any line and showed up for their, their impeachment rally outside of the White House ladies gentlemen, energy matters, that story, legal insurrection will be in the show notes today. Click on it read it. It's hysterical. Tens of people, Joe tens. Meanwhile, you got tens of thousands showing up at the Trump rally not getting crazy on either side. I'm just saying the media wants you to believe. None of this is happening. Not they do. I, I shouldn't say, all of them because yesterday we played that clip by CNN where even they had to acknowledge, hey man, you know what is floppy? Joe not sloppy Joe floppy Joe, he's the flipflop. What is floppy Joe going to start turning up? You know, even douse of people at his rallies, so far we've seen tens may. Maybe hundreds at a few, the energy, ladies and gentlemen. Just is not there. Okay. Now. This is great. You got to watch this video. I'm going to describe it to you for audio folks. It's so good. So there's a press conference going on. I think it's Australia, and this is going to be a news piece of news. It's about a minute videos, press conference is going on. What's this guy's name with sergeant Darren Edwards? This guy this sergeant he's an older gentleman. What do you think she'll fifty sixties maybe some terrible? Judge in as few met say he's in his fifties, he's a little older. He's a former rugby rugby player as they referred him in this news clip a footy. I'd never heard that before. I'm sorry. I don't play rugby. He's given a press conference updating people on the police police issues. He's a sergeant and a ruckus breaks out behind him. And this guy is in a foot pursuit with a man who was harassing his daughter, watch, what this is so great watch with Darren Edwards does. And we come back describe the this is great. A senior. Detective has relived. He's foodie glory days laying crushing tackle to stop. Cereal, pistons tracks the quick thinking officer leapt into action midway through a television interview. So we get that into a route same news conference tackling the big issues that means they're not one hundred percent on that. Was one of Queensland's top cups springs into action to bring down the target. Guys who listen, this is not a young man. Jared edwards? Okay. So this guy's give it his press conference right behind you. Got a tree behind the but here's this ruckus in this guy's chasing. This guy who was harassing his daughter. This guy Darren Edwards lays the perfect, Terry Tate office linebacker tackle on this guy cuts, his head while doing that goes back and spent, I couldn't play the whole thing he goes back and Joe. Gives the press covers with blood coming down his head, please YouTube dot com slash Bongino. Check it out. It's at the show, you'll love it. God bless you. Darren edwards. You get bad award of the day from me, nice job. What a tackle too. Yeah, you're living is footy dead? Never heard that before footy, I'm not I'm not hitting the rugby lingo, Stanford Terry tape. Wasn't it on the line backer with that guy ESPN starts tackling? This is Terry Tate office. All right. Last story of the day is our unquestionably our worst person of the week. I mom. Yeah, I am kind of disturbed by the store. You should be too hat, tip, Luke Rosiak, daily caller who has been all over this, like white on rice. Do you remember the guy? Here's the title of the piece. I saw daily call Luke Rosiak. It'll be in the show notes. Please check it out. Self righteous, DEM staffer headed to prison as prosecutors look to make example of him for politically motivated crimes. Okay couple takeaways. I'll explain you what happened in the second, but I just want you to know as I'm explaining this, ladies and gentlemen, take some solace smile a little bit. I'm not saying everything's perfect right now and everything's all cleaned up and DOJ and everything. But people on the democrat side, violate the law are not getting away with it like they were under the Obama administration. This was a democrat staff. For what did he do? What happened? You remember. Of course, most of you listening will remember this cavenaugh hearings supreme court now Justice Breyer. Cavenaugh. Remember those awful here accused him of being drunk plan drinking games, the, you know, the Christine Blasi Ford allegations, the story, you couldn't even get correct during the cavenaugh hearings. A former staffer for Democrats Senator Maggie Hassan from New Hampshire. This guy by the name of Jackson Cosco, if that's not a name. I've never heard of Jackson car school where Jackson Cosco apparently is parents are very wealthy. He was a staffer, Jackson Cosco was fired by Maggie Hassan's office. She's Democrats center, he was an IT guy. He uses an accomplice show to get back into the office computer system, and he puts in a key logger device, basically stealing passwords by logging all the key strokes. He winds up getting a whole bunch of information, senators home addresses medical records, everything. He basically hacks the Senate system during the bread cavenaugh. This guy's a huge lib. He's a Sandra. Supporter. He's a Bernie Sanders acolyte. He doesn't like the questioning by rand Paul Mike Lee and others Orrin Hatch. So he goes online and releases their personal information online, according to the reporting, he then threatens extortion by threatening to release their children's health records of other ones. So we extorts them. This kid is a total, trainwreck. So apparently he thought he was going to get away with this. Well, not so much, ladies and gentlemen. He winds up getting arrested the sadly the capitol. Police, apparently according to reporting by Luke, they couldn't even find the key logger device where it was. He must have really embedded this or hit it in pretty well. But this kid, I think dot he was going to get a slap on the wrist show. And he said at one point he goes, well, I was taking some drugs, or whatever it may be an influence me. And then they found notes in his apartment where he's laughing. Like, look, I ruined Orrin Hatch, Republican senators wife's birthday. He thinks it's funny. So they, he this kid is apparently some son of wealthy people who thought he was going to come knocking their wealth rating, but he was gonna get off Joe. He got forty eight months in prison. Oh, so Jackson Cosco takes the cake, for by far the worst sleazeball of the week and smile, a little bit today knowing again, that people who are doing some of them again. Not all Hillary. Dodd hold the Bockel. We all have big problems with DOJ's doing with spy gate and everything. But this kid Costco, thought he was going to get past and didn't only get a slap on the wrist. He got a total back into the face. Forty eight months. I don't know what he's going to serve, but ladies and gentlemen, that's a long time in prison. So he did not get off on this. So check out the article by Luke Rosiak. Shame on Jesse Jackson Cosco, Jackson Cosco. That's that sounds like one of those, like ridiculous names. You see on movie if you get what I mean and locally grown are Jackson Cosco entering the Senate. Everybody's like, that's doesn't that sound that kind of name Johnny Friday or something like that. They always have formulas for that. You know, your pets first name combined with the day of the week. Sheba, Tuesday, Jackson, so. Sheeba. Yeah. We did he ran away. She, but Tuesday, Sheba Thursday, actually forget that they the weakness. All right, folks, thanks a lot for tuning today. I really appreciate it. Police scribe through the videos show. Check out the video YouTube dot com slash Bongino of Darren Edwards. Tackling that guy, he's a forty a forty breaking out his footy skills, check that out and please subscribe to our audio podcast on apple podcast. Iheartradio soundcloud, this subscriptions are free, but they help us me Joe and Paula move up the charts where people can find our show keeps marketing budget low. We really appreciate it. Thanks for tuning. And folks, I'll see you just heard the Dan Bongino show, you can also get Dan's podcasts on, I tunes, or soundcloud, and followed in on Twitter, twenty four seven at dbongino.

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Who Else Were They Spying On? The Clues are Everywhere. (Ep 1137)

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Who Else Were They Spying On? The Clues are Everywhere. (Ep 1137)

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show that's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan Bongino on Gino. Do I've got some Nuclear tactical bombs to set off on the show for you today again hat tip to the greatest source anywhere the history of humankind two seven nine or we covered a few gems. We're going to ask you a few questions at the end of this that I think we're going to blow your mind about who exactly were. Are they spying on. How extensive was the spy gate scandal? On the trump campaign introduced a text exchange. We introduced a long time ago. Now that the reports with some potentially new answers and maybe some new questions folks. You're not gonNA WANNA miss this show. Welcome to the Dan. Bongino show producer. Joe Joe how are you today find. The question is sly how you feel today. The joke you picked up. I figured watching a youtube rocky today is getting better you concerned it looks awful on TV. 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We expected that we haven't found the ad you find it. Let me know because I'm happy to do a book. Three having said had that. There's some old texts because the edgy report is giving US brand new information. I WANNA put this text up because this is mind blowing and the question. We're going to ask me talk about this text to be crystal clear is how extensive was the spying operation on the trump campaign. We know it was on the trump campaign because as I discuss during yesterday's show Jim Komi in congressional testimony has already said they were. They were investigating trump campaign. Yeah I mean you have to do is redesign quotes. He lied to you all he was but he said under oath in in front of Congress that they were looking into the trump campaign. I WANNA put up this series of tax again addressing. How extensive this network was now to be clear? This is not a stroke page text. Peter Stroke broke is the lead investigator Lisa pages. FBI girlfriend lawyer both involved in the investigation of trump. This is Andrew McCabe Lisa page text texts. That kinda ridden under the surface for a while Andrew McCabe is the deputy director of the FBI basically the operational head had involved in this spying operation on the trump campaign. He's been texting Lisa. Page two and this November mid-november exchange is mind mind-blowing though that up on the screen here I WANNA get to. This is just I want you to follow this very closely. So Lisa page texts Andy McCabe and she says redacted when I say redacted obviously that means redacted not that redacted word in the text actually about that one shocking page I. We tried sending an email to redacted but bounce back member. She's texting Andy McCabe. Are you still getting the redacted. Emails Dag inquired about the deputy attorney. General Rod Rosenstein at the time. The DAG inquired about our plan. Re that FIS at target. If if he mobilizes given the physical access he has let me know. If you got the email I forwarded from tash probably talking about Tishina you know Guaviare. Forgive me if I'm saying her name but she's a higher up in the FBI involved in this too. Interestingly enough another text exchange down page Tech Sandy McCabe Eban says by the way Jim Clapper told p talking about Peter Stroke that he clapper was meeting with Brennan and Cohen for dinner tonight just. FYI Essay for it means for your situational awareness. So keep that up a second put up. I WANNA show point out one particular thing about this so this is one of the lead lawyers on the case for the FBI. Lisa page texting the deputy Pity director of the FBI intimately involved obviously in the operation to investigate the trump campaign spy on them. She says that Rosenstein enquiring about our plan about a Pfizer target. Yeah who's the Pfizer target Joe and if he mobilizes given the physical access he hass ass now a couple of points here again had two two seven nine. There's always good with this stuff. We have been kicking US around me and him for a long time. I'll be honest with you folks. I assumed that this Pfizer target. They're talking about with physical access was Flynn General. Mike Flynn Who else would they be talking about it? Whereas physical access physical access to what if he immobilizes? I assumed it was and it could be some new information. Come to light. I WANNA put out there. That makes me believe it could be someone else they end. When we don't know no I crowd sourced my audience but the questions in this case are fascinating is the answer? Sometimes if he mobilizes this is could be a reference to Flynn being appointed National Security Adviser and being granted physical access to the House to the White House right. But there's something fascinating someone. Let's say pointed out to me that we kind of discovered this morning while going through this. Go back to this tax and I want you to look at texts from the day before where the access question comes up again but in context next of who folks this is going to bake your bagels man this text from the day before this is no that text November eighteen. This is a text ex from November seventeen the day before liberals you have a tough time with math and stuff but the seventy this before the eighty. So here's a photo of text exchange between Lisa page same same. FBI lawyer she was emailing McCabe or texting McCabe the day before. She's texting or boyfriend. The lead investigator on this case. FBI Agent Peter Stroke who's investigating trump. This is a fascinating exchange sheet. They're talking about the president elect at the time this is November. November is not sworn in and obviously until January two thousand seventeen. Excuse me this is this is this is November of two thousand sixteen. So he's the president-elect they say and the reason reason he wanted clearances for the kids talking about trump is so jared kushner could receive the presidential daily brief with him. Legally I I think. He can pretty much designate. He says Designate whoever he wants to receive it without a clearance article article today saying none of that's going to happen. They say they've responded. They responded nutrition. I know he backed off of clearances. But there was another legal apiece looking at his authority to just grant access. And it's pretty broad and it's pretty broad he doesn't and yes yes I know. They're complicated to understand the writing. And Lisa Page Peter Stroke text language back and four. Throw that up against the youtube. Watchers cannot and so Lisa page and Peter stroker's texting each other about their concern that jared Kushner is going to get a clearance along with the other kids and the concern bleeds out to a subsequent tax saying well even if he doesn't give him a clearance any back so he can still L. Grant Him Access Ladies and gentlemen. This access text is the day before the November eighteen tax. Where page is concerned and with McCabe about a fighter target that they should be granting and the physical access? Oh I've got more. Where are we going with this? Just throw it out there. Dan were they spying on pusher to the president's son-in-law the husband Ivanka trump folks I had always assumed that was flint. We had not concluded was we I. I don't know but in light of what we now know on the I report where Horowitz's stating the only Pfizer was on page. Age Related to crossfire hurricane. That's important does that FIS target text. I mean that they were targeting. Someone didn't get a Pfizer or does that mean there's a fifa out there on someone else that we don't know about Horowitz. Doesn't know about either and was that Pfizer target the president's son-in-law all boy oh boy is right. Yeah you picking up what. I'm putting down in jail. The I am in fact now. It's not just yeah I so early age. You pulled the pin on that grenade a few seconds ago. I did just to be clear. You told us the whole time. You were only spying on Carter page after he left the trump's campaign that's the FBI officials story which is garbage garbage. Because when you get a FIS Carter page. They've Harwich report already shows. They accessed emails between Carter page and the trump campaign. Eight folks when you get a FIS at a spy on someone. You don't only get their emails and communications from that point forward you can retroactively access. What they did in the past is this? Why is this hard to understand for liberals you can say all you want that? Oh we weren't spying on it. Because he left the report clearly states. They accessed emails he had sent while he was there. So you're just lying. You're just making it up. Meaning you were spying on him while he was there that you did it after. The fact is entirely completely one hundred percent relevant but what the story is it was only page on the FIS. Was it who was this size. At target with physical access who's mobilized was Kushner traveling at the time. Listen to all our undercover sluice out there on twitter who've been doing great work in this case techno. Oh fog undercover huber. You know who you are out there. Rosie memo's others you're all over this thing. Those are the real journalists who've uncovered this thing believe. Maybe you're if you're following those accounts on twitter. Sean Davis at the federalist Mollie Hemingway Kim Strassel. This is all old news but whereas we still WanNa know who charlie was member the source. They sent over to the White House if he should we send Charlie Charlie. He's Charlie Tex who's Charlie keep asking. I'm GONNA add another open question to WHO Charley was. Who the hell is this? Pfizer target with physical access. That Rod Rosenstein is calling the FBI. About God forbid they were spying on Kushner too. I got more. I got more remember like the venom character in the Marvel Spiderman series symbiosis between green an alien alien and human spy gate is really a spying scandal. But it's a media scandal to we've been insisting this for two years because to further the spy gate scandal and make it appear that trump was colluding with the Russians to give the courts and the public enough of a push Asia to want to get to the bottom of the collusion hoax. 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So who else were they spying on whiskered. Kushner I mean there was tax seem to be the really odd Joe. Lisa page is talking about the access success for the kids the next day all of a sudden she texted her boss about. Hey maybe we should mobilise target given accent. He's got access now. They spy on Kushner. Holy Lee Moses. Would that be huge now. A year later today the day of those texts so the text. I'm talking about November. Seventeen th between page stroke where there way. WHOA bad kushner getting access the son-in-law this is big trouble man? You know look at this. We'll give but he. He's looking for Clearance Kushner. This is trouble a year later today. Noted spy gate insider Heider Natasha Bertrand Bertran Media Hack. WHO's been on the wrong side of every single angle on this story Bertrand? Get some very suspicious leaks in this case from day one. She's one of the worst reporters in this case because all the leaks got most of them have been patently false. In other words they've been using Bertrand Rights Politico to foster fake stories and Bertrand trend doesn't do any kind of journalism never checked these stories and just puts them up. Don't you think it's awfully special. Joe that she wrote this article on November seventeenth. Not exactly a year later from those texts surprisingly about Kushner Oh wow business insider. By the way. This'll be up in the show notes. It's worth your time only for reading. How easily these people get played? Bertram headline business insider November seventeen twenty seventeen years a year. Later to the day Kushner received emails from Sergei Millian and alleged dossier source who was in touch with George Popadopoulos. Let me put up a little screen shot from this piece to show you. I'm GonNa get to what she's getting in a minute but remember everything you're told. Then this screen shot from the piece is the effort of a deep state insider to use a media tool like Natasha Bertrand. To get you to believe something. That's not true. You must always read Bertrand Stories through that Lens. She is being used as a gas lighting propaganda piece by deep staters. who were trying to tell you something? That is patently false. What are they trying to tell you? Here quote million is also believed to be a key source in a collection of unverified refined. Memo's notice the Steele dossier namely after its author. Former former British Intel officer Christopher Steele the memo's outlined trump and his campaign members ties to Russian officials and allege Moscow and the trump campaign work hand in hand it points to influence the election. What is she trying to tell you? I'm here why did I read that. The title of this story and the gist of the story. which would be in the show notes and it's definitely worth your time? Is that the key source for the dossier Joe. Sergio Sergei Millian according to Bertrand has also been see seeing jared Kushner on emails a year later. what are they trying to tell you ladies and gentlemen someone in this deep state spy gate operation was using Bertrand because they wanted you to connect million to Popadopoulos and Kushner at the same time. Why would they want you to do that because Bertrand? Who doesn't do journalism she? She just does. Gas Lighting probably still believes that milliion who now we know according to the report. There's allegations at my should say to be fair to Sergei Sergei. Dan is a lot of this. And honestly we'd steal in the back and forth on Sergei. I'm not even sure who's telling Alan the truth anymore. Now the information's falls but he's alleged to have been sourced. DNA in the dossier. He denies that. And some of that information as I point out into a book exonerated doesn't seem to Gel by Bertrand. Believes millions a source credible one because someone wanted her to believe that. And if million is the source for the dossier someone wanted you to believe. The dossier was true Someone someone wanted to believe that a deep state Russia conspiracy exists and that jared Kushner was in fact the part of it. Now there's only two explanations sins as to why some deep stater would use Natasha. Bertrand is a tool to get you to believe the Kushner was part of a hoax collusion scandal. That didn't exist. And only two explanations the first explanation which may be a little more unlikely but I want you to entertain name especially you twitter. Sluice out there was. There is on Kushner to unlikely but possible now. Of course the deep state or who by November twenty seventeen knows this whole thing is a hoax. Wants the media to believe that Kushner was a really bad guy to show if option one is in fact true. They want you you to believe. Aw shucks look the Kushner FIS. Yeah we screwed up again spying on an innocent American inside the president's Family Kushner but man Dan golly because rethought million golly buddies we just thought million was a legitimate source and he was seeing Kushner around these emails to with Papadopoulos and an email popadopoulos and others so we just thought Kushtia worst part of it. That's explanation in one explanation to which is more likely. Is it someone on someone. In the trump family somewhere or cushioned it's possible and was turned down figured this was all going to come out and is trying to for the same reason. Justify what look Milly Amish tone. I was talking to to seeing Kushner. Excuse me on these emails so Kushner how to be a part of it folks. It's becoming clearer by the day that the door embar report is going to uncover. A lot of things Horowitz. The not have access stew were there other. FIS is out there. The report seems to indicate no fine. Even if you accept that at its face and I'm willing to were there other Pfizer targets out there in other words. Were they trying to organize a warrant to spy on people inside the trump team. Let me throw something mouse out at you again. It could have been flynn. I could've that was my first thought on that. God forbid it was done junior talking about the kids physical access. Oh awfully suspicious folks. All right got a lot more. I've got some serious narrative busting to do here Schumer and shift for already setting up their two thousand twenty narrative. I kinda hit on a little bit yesterday. This is important stuff and get some video video a shift shock. I mean excuse me Schumer Schumer Shift Shift Schumer. It's all the same. They're all liars. Doesn't really matter Schumer on CNN actually getting called out by CNN. Ed It's amazing you're already setting up there all right before we get to that today show also brought to you. What a great gift around? 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You say I got this look at what to do next so I I kinda hit on this yesterday. So there's no need to really hammer at the Washington. Examiner is a great piece up in the show today. About sleazeball now documented this credit fool and Liar Adam Schiff how he's already setting up the twenty twenty not collusion at Joe. Twenty twenty. It's going to be collusion with foreign governments a Naomi. Lynn washed the examiner. Be In the show notes. If you want to subscribe to email this Bongino dot com mm slash newsletter. I'll send you these articles every day. They're also up at Bongino. REPORT DOT COM Democrats preparing to undermine trump victory and twenty twenty folks. Let me get my bearings here because I don't want to rant endlessly because I get very upset with this. I ask you a serious question now to our liberal listeners. Yes I know we have them because I read your nasty emails. How stupid are you? I mean I know that's probably not a fair question. There's no real way to but I'm not kidding how. How dumb are you? You have been full by Adam. Schiff and the Democrats I listen. I don't care you vote for it. Listen do your thing. Do you think he's doing do your thing. I don't care whatever I'm not trying to convince liberals anymore. Twenty percent of the population believe socialism doesn't mm kill. Big Government is the answer Adam. Schiff is an honest. Got Your beyond help. I'm just asking you a series. How dumb are you to be fooled by this guy constantly nothing? He's told you true. Collusion was a hoax. His shift memo was a hoax. Every substantial point in his memo was a hoax. Everything he said about Devin Nunes was a hoax. His contacts with the whistleblower or lack there of he said was a hoax the whistle blowers scandal. It was a hoax. Everything he tells you is a hoax. So he's now setting up to hoax you again and liberals in the media Lovett flapping this stuff up like the boot licking sick offense. They are from the Washington examiner piece. Here Adam Schiff quotes about twenty twenty again. He's he's talking about. Why should we wait on a peach moment? He says quote the argument. Why don't you just wait amounts to this? Why don't you just let him cheat again? In one more election shift told reporters. This guy is such a human sleaze unbelievable. He goes on. Why not let him have foreign help? One more time and the California Democrat who actually led the Intel panels investigation into his. Last foreign. Help lied about the last election folks. This sky is a fraud. He's a total disgrace to the congress. It I'm not kidding like I know it's not very Christian but you you have to mock these people it's the you have to laugh the only way to penetrate their vibe radium skulls. They're they're moving up from adamant the divide vibrating where it bounces off like fax pounds. Humiliating them laughing at them is the only way to break through it really is this is. It's almost funny. How W. R. L.? He's setting you up for another hoax in twenty twenty and they believe it. Look if we don't impeach them we're going to accuse him of collusion again. Oh you mean like he did the last time in the last. That's liberal narrative. This is the liberal narrative alert section show liberal narrative alert section Dang Dang so that's number one trump's already preparing to collude and twenty twenty despite the fact that we've already you've been debunked about our collusion oaks in two thousand sixteen. Here's the second one. I'm going to play. This clip of Schumer are getting wrecked on CNN points. It's always funny when like CNN decides sides for some random reason to start doing news once in a while. I never understand why that happens. Because they're not a serious news network. I mean they host Brian stelter. That says enough but UH humor yesterday. During this press conference he gave which was a joke in an embarrassment. Schumer she says. Listen if Mitch. McConnell doesn't concede to my demands about the Senate impeachment trial then. Listen folks this is going to be a cover up and it's not going to be a fair trial. So what's he say he saying that he's going to dictate how the rules are GONNA go. He's telling the media giving them their marching orders. Joe Yup Media People here. Here's the narrative the narrative is. What if you don't concede see to my rules for the Senate trial because remember Schumer doesn't run the Senate? The Republicans have the majority McConnell. Does if you don't concede to my rules this was all a cover up up and it's not going to be fair and we're GonNa have to do something in the twenty twenty election again to rules. What does he want? Well this is where it gets hilarious. Obvious Schumer is in the minority in the Senate. He wants witnesses. What where does this we just? I know you're I know what you're thinking. Let me if I'm wrong. I know what you're thinking exists. Whatever didn't we just go through that on the house side and the impeachment phase? That's where you're supposed to get the witnesses. In order to impeach. Wait you forgot witnesses. And you're going to impeach him anyway so just let me be clear. Peterman hearing going right out there are missing. Witnesses and the Democrats mkx rats are teaching them anyway. That's at least the double bunks. Come on the double fewer repudiated sixty a triple baby. I got a little old unable to triple. I'm not sure this kind of a two point. Five appreciate you rounding Alpine give you mutley discretion. So it's up to you. Joe's going three. I would have went two point five a half monthly and I was kind of like Barstool Portnoy when he does his pizza. Thing I watched those religiously legislate for those. You know what I'm talking about. It's really funny. He guy but it's the pizza so just to be clear. Adam Schiff sleazeball liar. Just put what is through. What a month and a half of hearings where everybody in their mother control the Democrats control the House not the Republicans Republicans control the Senate? He brings up everybody in their mother including dude who heard it dude on the phone with another dude about a conversation about another dude. That really happened and remember the guy. I overheard sunlen talking to trump about a conversation. You had someone remember that one. Yes Sir yes. All of a sudden Schumer Dow Jo- gives oppressors. No Oh there's really more stuff out there and more witnesses we just haven't man. I got shift all over my Schumer's all over for the place. Now now joe it gets better because swing state and shoes me swing districts congressional congressional representatives Span Burger Abigail Fan Bergen Virginia Ben McAdams in Utah. Fake moderates who are really radical leftist. If BED NICK BEN MCADAMS ADAMS UTAH. And Utah's your representative. The Democrats vote him out. Spam Burger vote them out. Connor Lamb and Pennsylvania. Vote amount of. They're all on board for this impeachment. Eastman how Schumer said we don't have the witnesses come on just dopey limbs listening because you are dopey. I'm not kidding. Your stupidity is mind boggling to me. How do you reconcile those two things? How are your swing district? Strict Congressional representatives claiming to be moderate Democrats voting to impeach the president. Tomorrow there on the record. CONNOR LAMB MC Adams's if Schumer summer just acknowledged that they don't have the witnesses make it even worse shift could have waited to get the witnesses. Schumer wants bolt in and others John Bolton because the president saying hey executive privilege the case is working can its way through the courts who said no Joe Jeff no no. We don't WanNA wait. Wait wait let me get this straight. I'm losing my my mind here. So they're gonNa vote an impeachment tomorrow. The Democrat Party to Schumer or acknowledge they don't have the witnesses to do it because they don't have the information they can get the information if they'd wait because it's working its way through courts but they don't WanNa wait because they want to give it to Schumer folks if you're pulling your hair out and saying well the Democrats stupid. The answer is yes they are making it even worse. Oh it gets worse gets. Yeah Schumer's on the record. Because he was a congressman during the Clinton impeachment for saying there shouldn't be any witnesses in the Senate portion of the trial that that should happen in the house. He's on the record having said that Schumer is also on the record as I discussed yesterday or the Democrats I should say via Tom Daschle. who was the Senate leader? During the Clinton they are on the record as their staffs coordinating with the White House during the Senate trial of Bill. Clinton I want you to watch this clip without further ado of CNN. For some reason asking a real question. Hey Chuck you said in the Clinton impeachment that there shouldn't be witnesses in the Senate trial that that should happen in the house. Why are you changing your mind? Now despite the fact that Adam Schiff passed it off to you despite light Adam Schiff he could have waited on the witnesses. You're for now with chose not to watch this. This complete Liars Zero Schumer. Try to wiggle his way at a stunt he got the actual question from CNN. Check this out historically speaking. You also voted against admitting new evidence in to the Senate trial in nineteen eighteen ninety nine. Well that's because they jammed in other words what's different saying I in one thousand nine hundred. I don't want any evidence. No we don't know what you said. No new witnesses. Witnesses ninety nine. The Republicans could not negotiate a fair bunch of witnesses with the Democrats and just there was a fifty five. Forty five vote. That was because it wasn't a bipartisan negotiation negotiation. It should be now you again. You voted no for new evidence that now you're asking for new evidence in new. What I'm asking is there be fair air negotiation focused on the facts between McConnell? And I that that I would be I would expect Democrats and Republicans to support. I expect some of my Republican colleagues colleagues. When they see this letter will say that's fair but there is they don't want to be part of up? There is a difference in your mind between ninety nine now where we know no the difference in the whole basis of the of the situation but we should have the facts. Come out there was a whole report. Done the fact situation relation to leading up situation with Ken Starr totally different than now. This is this is this not one of the classic but thinking asking Actual Course Schumer if you watch it on youtube why you can hear him. Obviously the audio but youtube dot com slash Bongino police subscribe rod watches facial expressions. He's genuinely stunned. CNN is asking him a real question and he can't figure out why he's like wait guys on CNN. This propaganda network what are you doing away the host CNN with John. John I don't know his name. Sorry I actually interviewed with that guy quite. CNN used to appear on CNN before they turned into a total collusion hoax. How's that work? He says to him you what new witnesses. Now when the Clinton impeachment even happened you said absolutely no new witnesses on the other side. It should be handled in the house. You Change your mind on that and I would double down and asked these other questions. Why are you not lecturing now? Adam Schiff on why he shouldn't have waited for these witnesses instead he rushed it to you. And why are you not calling out your Democrat colleagues in the House especially those swing in district who are voting to impeach based on what you now. Openly acknowledging is a lack of evidence vokes. Of course there are no real answers through these questions other than because I'm Chuck Schumer and I'm a fraud. And Adam Schiff is a loser and a liar and I don't have anything else to tell you BINGO. There is no answer to this question question. They don't have any evidence. Schumer wants these new witnesses for one reason and one reason only he wants to make the president look bad on television Asian he wants to make the president look foolish. He wants to call out Mulvaney. This has nothing to do with evidence of a quid Pro Quo Ukraine gay. They put up their best witnesses. It all turned got to be a joke and a hoax in a forest. This is purely about embarrassment now. Literally updating on the Air I always have Fox on the Monitor Capitol Hill Right now now. McConnell just spoke Schumer's bloviating. Now I listen you know in the past. They've not been a huge fan of Mitch McConnell but I I listen I can't tonight is done some pretty solid things with the justices pointed out that the Supreme Court judges at the at the circuit appellate level. He's done some good stuff. He hasn't done anything to curb. Spending language kind of ticks me off. But that's a whole other story McConnell. Just shut his name. Bright Down Senator. Schumer speaks after McConnell Rejects Democrat witness slowest. Good for you Mitch Cocaine Mitch Strikes Again do not acquiesce or give one inch of ground to these total lying losers on the left they are not getting anything we run the Senate you get nothing Poi- peeing folks it doesn't doesn't matter. What McConnell does the narrative joe is already there of course? The narrative twenty twenties corrupted trump's already ready colluding we've already seen it and Schumer's narrative this whole trial was a cover up. The Republicans ran it. It doesn't matter header cocaine Mitch. Clearly gets that it doesn't matter there's nothing you can say to get them and their boot-licking in but kissing sycophantic disciples in the media to tell the story they will tell a story and the story they will tell you to one fed to them by the Democrats twenty two thousand. He's already a hoax. Twenty Twenty Camp Trump campaign legitimately and the whole Senate Anna Trials to cover. That's the only story they have. It doesn't matter. What McConnell does it's irrelevant? He could give Schumer every single witness. You know what they'll do joe. Oh No said we want more transcript more witnesses we want. It doesn't matter. Ignore these idiots job by Mitch crush these guys crush them give them exactly what they deserve. You know what that is nothing nothing. They are filthy liars. If lied about this case in this president from day one you will give them nothing. Conduct this trial lickety-split get it over in a day or a week and get this thing out of here though right the garbage and don't ever look back. It's not even a trial trial. It's a farce based on a hoax. Charge all right got a couple more things including you know. It's not funny because people lost their job. I don't mean to make light light of it. It's almost tragic but I've got a story about these lunatics at Fox. Vox and I've Fox. Vox V.. Like Victor left-wing left wing lunatics and. How liberalism is a cancer? Not just at the national level but the greatest enemy to liberalism is liberalism because when liberals else feel the effects of liberalism All of a sudden liberals don't like it. I've always told you. The greatest asset conservatism is not just that it works for conservatives but it works for liberals roles do liberals pockets get fatter that while let's get fatter their business opportunities increase their kids get better school choice options they get better healthcare options to control their own healthcare. You're the greatest joke about liberalism is on the liberal that when liberals are forced to embrace their own policies. They hate it. That's why there's a mass exodus from New York and California. Wait till I show you this coming up next about a really tragic backfire. Because people lost their jobs because liberals are more. It's just that simple. Finally last sponsored dates Tuesday busy spotless. I appreciate your patience and your support of our excellent sponsors. They're really great candid. Company candidate company really appreciate candidate companies any supporting the show visit candidacy A. N. D. DOT COM candid company. 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Joe Like we're trying to save you from yourself. Why don't you listen? Well it's regarding a story. I brought up a long time ago story was about Eb five which is a bill. Ab Five was a bill in California. That was meant to be to target. UBER now. Why were they targeting Uber? Well they were targeting Uber because unions which primarily donate money to Democrats. Don't like the fact that Uber Drivers lift drivers aren't classified as fulltime employee's. Why are they not classified as full time employees because they're not because it's in the GIG economy people who drive Uber sometimes have other job up sometimes? Don't sometimes their parents or teachers or whatever they want to make a few extra bucks on the weekend so you get what I'm saying. Unions don't like that because they need people to be classified as employees. He's wide Joe. So they can pay union. Dues Unions can then use to influence democratic politics to influence their their packages and their remediation packages fractures. Listen and I mean this when I say this. Unfortunately I got a caveat this conversation. I'M NOT ANTI-UNION I'm anti force and monopoly. Unions can do great great thing for their employees and many do you should not be forced to join one and they should not be pushing. People like Uber Drivers to join a union. They don't want to join because they're not employees please. They're not so liberal hacks and California decided to push this bill ab five that would reclassify Uber Uber and lift drivers Joe as employees of Ober. He well what they didn't take into account or did because they're really not that smart. Is that what you re classify contract employees who are just working by the job. Ten nine thousand nine type employees as full time or part art employs when they're not that it wasn't just going to affect Uber. At a lot of the companies that would then be forced to buy people as employees. I don't WanNa classify these people as employees. Because they're not they do specific jobs. They do contract work but they are not their individual contractors. So what happened. Who primarily effect? Well interestingly enough a lot of liberal writers journalists show are not classified as employees in California because they're not they submit pieces to maybe vox elsewhere and they submit pieces to other places well. They're not employees of oxygen to other left wing sites. I'm sure mother Jones and elsewhere. So let's get to the point on this one. This is a sad tweet. I'm not I don't mean to make lightest this woman. I never met her in my life. But she's a writer. Apparently this is from at M. S. and E.. Last name is Andy level. It's a woman she says quote and it's tweet just lost my ability to earn a living because a California assembly bill five. My freelance brokerage company says they'll have to let California authors go almost a decade of hard work on instant. I can't stop crying right before Christmas. HASHTAG AB fire folks. It's not a joke. I mean this show we can be sarcastic again. Pointing out. Liberal stupidity almost becomes humorous sometimes. Because they're so dumb and you tell them this is going to happen. This is not funny. I don't know this woman. I've never met her. I don't know from Adam love. I have no idea who this is I am only highlighting that tweet amongst many because without regard for political affiliation maters right before Christmas and this woman just lost their job precisely because liberals did that to her uber and lift and the GIG economy and California was working just fine before big government. Tyrannical police state liberals who cannot not get their damn hands out of your pocket. Your Wallet Your Business. Your Kid's education your health care decisions and everything else. They want to control how to step in before for the holidays and crap all over this woman and ruin her entire life right before the holidays. She got fired because the company cannot classify hers and employees. Because she's not. She is an individual contractor. If they classify IRS employees they get saddled with a bunch of payroll roll costs and expenses. They don't need of course she's not an employee. So what did they do rather than having to reclassify her her Joe. They fired her now. It's not just happening there. Here's a tweet from these left-wing imbeciles at Vox who actually supported this law. Look at this one. This is a screen shot of an article. They wrote a little while ago. GIG workers win. They kind of this is a win to them. Joe Why workers win and California's a victory for workers everywhere. Millions of people working without basic labor. Berber Texans Amazing job. All these people decided to work for Uber Without Labor Day. We're all being abused him. Just to be clear. The left wing idiots at Viacom talks with a V.. Supported this bill that got people fired before Christmas because they know better than you that you should be the an employee when you don't WanNa be well look at this interesting. CNBC peas. Vox media hundreds of freelance jobs. Ahead of changes in California -FORNIA GIG economy laws hat tip by the way Matt McCoy on twitter. Who I saw these two? Are these two headlines on taking everything in my soul right now the not I trump and F. bomb on my own show and bleep it out because I'm really You understand these people people are idiots right. You get that right. Stop tap actor. I'll make fun of him. No make fun of them. They are colossal Lasso. Morons everyone with a functioning. Frontal Lobe told California imbecile liberals. This was going to happen everyone again. I said a functioning frontal lobe. It doesn't include other liberals. Everyone was saying moderate. Democrats moderate Republicans it's conservatives Libertarians. Warn them you are going to get massive numbers of people fired and these liberal April. buffoons did it anyway. Right before the holidays. And you'll continue. Can you devote amendment. You'll continue to vote him in in California. It's as if you are you almost don't know any better. And by the way that excludes lose the same people and there were many. I've traveled to California a lot and I love the people out. There have never been given a problem in California ever given more problems in New York where I grew up. California does not include you to the morons you will continue to decimate and wreck and destroy the lives of the people who live in that great state to shame. Your stupidity is mind Boggling Fox. We support the Bill Fox. We got to let you go way. Didn't you support that bill. Yeah you're fire stupid. How stupid are you? Here's another one at Bongino report Mesa issue. It's not me it's my company. I don't run the whole. Oh fake Bongino report handles. We have a twitter account for the Bongino report. The conservative alternative to the drudge report. It's conveniently it's at Bongino reports. I WANNA follow us. Matt found something interesting article up in the hill left leaning the hill so New York is decided to good idea. The state of New York to allowed in New York illegal illegal aliens in the country illegally to get driver's licenses. So the hell is. This article would video where the lines are around the corner to go get the driver's licenses. Some of you watch it on. Youtube can read so mad at Gina. Report Dot something interesting. He said isn't this. Are the same argument made by the Liberals who will also tell you. It's impossible for someone who obtain Ada vote photo. Id to vote so just to be clear. Great Point that brilliant New York City Liberals we need to give illegals driver's licenses same New York liberal listen black and Hispanic voters are really not smart enough to go get a photo idea in their own way. What what how is it? Not How is that not racist. How was it not racist for liberals to take that position? I'm serious Fu. Nobody ever says that about white voters so if we institute voter ID you're suggesting justice black and Hispanic voters can't figure it out but white voters could. How is that not racist and then when you let illegals get driver's licenses the lines around the corner? They've figured it out no problem so now you're not only suggesting that it joe it's not they're not just raise their their racist against American citizens because what they're suggesting is people here illegally are smart enough to figure it out which they clearly are there around the corner to get driver's license. But American citizen Hispanics and black black voters dare not smart enough to figure it out again explained to me liberals. I know you can't because you're really not smart explained to me how how that's not racist then. You shouldn't insult now I will thank. You appreciate your feedback. Not Interested I told. Would you this a thousand times. I'm not trying to talk liberals into anything. We're never going to get them on our side. They're not on your side. They hate this country they hate everything about it. I'm done with them. We are not talking to them. We're talking to moderate Democrats. May You may insult them to listen if you believe any of this stuff. I'm sorry you're not a moderate anyway. You're a radical radical America hating leftist. You just got people fired before Christmas. You're insinuating that black and Hispanic make Americans can't figure out how to get a photo. 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In head-to-heads against Joe Biden trump receives twelve percent of the black vote against Senator Bernie Sanders. It was fourteen fourteen percent against Senator Elizabeth Warren. It was seventy percent of the black vote. You may say well that doesn't sound like a lot on this and the next line those levels are the best for GOP president or candidate since nineteen sixty eight. Black voters are figuring it out folks you got played by a bunch of racists liberals who think so little of you. They think you can't even figure out how to get a driver's license while they acknowledge Collagen applaud for illegal aliens. Who figured it out on day one? That's how little they think again. You will always always be welcome here. Our movement does not discriminate on the Melanin content. That your skin the God you worship where you were born. We believe in God given rights of everyone everyone you are always welcome on this show always welcome in our movement one final note folks. 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SLB Al Doyle

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

1:09:31 hr | 1 year ago

SLB Al Doyle

"Robert this song. I remember vividly by city in ruins and I can remember well the state I don't know just just can't bring it through my head for a few days before this concert. At remember the TUNNEL SNEEZE. A NEURO. Was BRUCE WITH. Dan Stays forced outdoor concert. Balfaas and that was one of the warm says one of if not the warmest year ever just beautiful beautiful Piece of our fault. My Nathan Bill. Fosse it was. Everyone was to gather Protestant Catholic. People know fierce people of all sorts of color skin. Everyone had that togetherness even Bruce Check people enrolled that stadium here. They had their they had. We've parties going in their back gardens because they were not close to the whole city was wasn't Ami blessing for this concert and I remember that song generally and they said they so my city is not a rouge. No more hello everyone. And welcome to a new episode. Set LISTENING BRUCE. Your podcast all about Bruce. Springsteen has music and mostly as fans. I am your host Jesse Jackson and joining me. Today is once again. One of my favorite experiences. We are all time e y Mi As I make a doctor who reference. Because it's my morning and it is als- after noon joining us. All the way from Ireland is my friend. Al Doyle welcome to the show. Thank you've already most Chiesi for me. Thank you yes so tell us a little about yourself. Well Jesse I'm Bill Fox boy through and through and You know I became a springsteen Twelve thirteen years of usage in long story high Tm springsteen on you know very well. Good that we're GonNa WanNa hear so absolutely but for now So what do you do for a living? Well I was into construction work. And I'm a fully qualified Gloucester Jo joyner and I was. I was taken out of work too. Sharply Arar autoimmune disease that I got through. No maybe maybe construction work you know they say. Tamika does absolutely so. We always liked to start with the beginning. So take me back when you were as they say a wee lad talk about growing up. What kind of family kind of music did you listen to when you were a kid? Well Vail Foss in Ireland. That was always our as folk music always always folk music grabble music lake. You know all those old folk music Irish folk music that that probably would sing as David. A few painting kennesaw. You know we whisky as we called share of always that Irish folk music but yes I did enjoy a few bollards but just felt that I was missing something. I just felt that I needed. Here's something different. Yeah you know. That's that's what I wanted. They wanted that difference in wanted to shorten for music that had meaning to media that have meaning to shorten Bala Short storms. Had meaning to make people there. But I just wanted that Rockin rate buffet. Something that how meaning to me. Did I do what to talk about? What what time period when you were like a teenager and coming to your own musically I I I would say. Twelve twelve years of age and year is that is it like. Is it the eighties nineties? I'm not sure yes it is in. The sewer was run when Born USA. Kim So and Europe. You know and so you kind of already. Tease which is a great good job. You're already a professional podcast. Podcast her you said that it was an interesting story. How you found Bruce Why don't you share that with me? Al Yeah I got a bell boy. Yes a eleven. I lived in a place called spring. Help it's just up the falls road up the right. Broadmoor nintee- springhill. They aren't thirty two counties but we call springhill the thirty third way of Live the two different from from what what you experienced. More of. What on their springsteen falls experienced that than bill foster was born into trouble as say that I was. I have never experienced any type of peace to later on a leaf on a became actually a boy and obviously rabbits compete. Assess this day you know normal abysmal. That was morality. That was my life Got What it was eight photography version of you know. News teams are well this this photographer shattered lake electoral. Call Them. Because you call us with a few other. Young boys are not a wall and Is further on the top end of the street area? Well let me wait. Baker talk over consumer and Hey Remember. Strikingly lucan convict with baseball. Cap turned backwards in Scherf Dedom- jacket Really just tuned to make that way. Yup well he doesn't treat by these plastic Is Getting fired? People are killing women and children. These caustic bulletin Yasser Could we get some of those Aussie Bullets? And I can remember Sean. Than They father. Prostate balls stemming from the rat saying maybe get immediate bring them back to Anna Eagle anybody coach. You know these still warm. You know any shot than me. Give them them any. He's looking at the needs of your says. If you're haw and expect Paula Mirani Lugano these torture sweets cheeses eleazer crazy things. And we'll wait. He was over the million got. The closley followed sending seeing photographs and he sat as we were sitting on the wall and he came along and he and he just went. I can remember few dollars out of pocket than any longer saves. Four of Ezekiel Law. And they wanted one boy. He goes to the dollar next one dollar next. We'll know the dollar came to me. I remember Our friend he tonight nogent going. She's a dollar the dollar and if you're armor I can I'd never I'd never seen a dollar and I was intrigued because Ao was had this thing in my head but in America were always wanted to go to love everything about America GimMe this relooked. Daddy was sort of bars that he doesn't have to be sorry for me so he says rake commute. Let's go Take me to his are a memory. How does hard car came over to watch them? Usually what the cameras knack you know you get. You can picture that. A major of of war. Jer the. Khaki photograph filled with film. And the exactly I I could see it in a big big guy was and I remember going just falling nickleby puppy dog following Sir Hotels car. Listen Cannon wanting to take this and I can't remember looking into part of the car need to this Cassatt. Cds Cassettes. Remember the cassettes. Yes he did any harmony born. Yes a cassette and I looked at Amerson. Arkansas is yes this is. This is believable. They some young boys wanted took that Cassatt. Maybe the Riemann start a vote. But I was intrigued. Bad Abbas over the moon that I got this diminutive see tonight is pleased to Tim. Thanks Nick 'cause we all knew him. We knew his name is nick. Yeah 'cause he was constantly a great area you know we really of the people of Spring and really close author. Anybody that was from America. Then I remember going home listening to I sh- wait. My sister's sat player. She would help it in her room. And everyone and David Cordani Sway pork because I did not know than probably kill me but I put this music. Owner is just something that witn on the something that really. It sat my song fired. Really give me something some type of mine and I can remember not do my whole name just to Internet de well. There's one person that can make you dream inspiration. The maty St on and from that day for day always having a mayor. I wo- go to your Margaret Woolsey. Bruce I will go to the promise land than they really wanted to go to the Osprey Park. They wanted to really really wanted to be one of those. We Dotson that strong credit. I really wanted to experience that lay music from him because so much to me in lyrics much to me that I could feed it. I could fee- Latin handsomely from the music I mean yes never balls a huge At the team granted their grip on and all this but I am not respond in a lot of my friends run to Youtube. I mean something that I just found a foul Part of me. I loved lumped. Everything I just not denied enough. E U. Two's movie game you hop the Feeding Music. I think yeah and I'm really defaulted. Beg Nick Gimme that gift. You give me that gifted. I kind of thank them. All because at Beg Net cut left Belfast. On a year later he he got he wants to Labinal as the vehicle he is in get an RPG sadler supplement that then I remember the people sprang whole. Actually he said a few Form something. I always remembered his second neom but to these off for years for the I cannot remember his second you get. I can't get to thank him for for that gift that he gives out. We boy much to me. You know yeah you know what's what's funny as you tell the story I'm picturing that scene in blinded by the light right where there isn't much room and he hands them. You know he slides over. The two cassettes. Says this is the answer to all your lives and just think about it. If he had had another dollar in his pocket. He would've just handed you that dollar bill. And and you probably would have found Bruce again somehow but what a what a wonderful gift he gave you and and it's it's just really lovely to know that your you know that he's remembered for this. And how much is done for you? Yeah Yeah that's a lovely story. I I love it. I mean it's just. He happened to be a war photographer. He give me that warning. Usa Inborn USA song hopping to be a not a anti war song. Guests hot a lot of meaning to me because I was still in that era of the a lot of war strafe and Bill. Foss was living that was. I did not see anything out of that. I thought that's the way the war was a when I heard that music. A new has had that we drake have hanging onto that dream. I remember my France even a ball. Things happen at funerals remembers people standing to do this and say well Dan Park Day on European. Needs to say you're crazy all your Chris and I used to say to the boss won't be Iraq and Belfast Nicaragua's notes thought. I thought I was crazy. You know this at the team fail fosters more than we did not see anything by that. I mean to think this is the way I was thinking. I actually thought I was nuts myself but I I've vision the boss bill foster envisioned myself being Those people feeding that music feeding the Hasni. Yeah I did. I wanted that in a way walker. That may either nonstop during the night that I wanted that. And that's my next question. When did you so you you've discovered USA? I assume you're like the rest of us. You Start Looking for other albums. And and other cassettes You know when my first passion was in nineteen seventy seven. I discovered the beach boys and I became obsessed with the beach boys and went out and bought every eight track could find. That's how old I am and so mysterious. You're just finding every cassette. You could find right that said. Nfl could not obtain could not get into bell. Foshan to to buy cassette recorder. Stores are that was. You know we short but when you get him but bail faucet Monitoring Estate rented you hot data. Short Short Huseyin. Ms Three everything jihad. But I did not want to see that just to get to a music store numbers a guy in the neighborhoody even actually even homey some gifts and you hear all this one for you with different different ones I would. I would go home and again I would. I would sway. My sister's tip Casado. Thanks she was starting to get a bit annoyed because she she. She thought it was great that he was dead or music. I would be a With this model out. He's got Microsoft player in. Oh A boss the boss than she would turn out. You know you mentioned having to go through security You know that's something that luckily we're blessed here in Dallas you know in the US. Not Feeling that way. And and I I was that just not to get too serious but was that just the way of life you growing up. That was just a way of life. Stop was of Wade born into and Dobbins a way of life for every person in the north of not only bell but for me I was bell. Foss was awarded was I was born in Abbas what I agree with numbers tax on street as we call Armor armored cars and ready soldiers on the street the numbers bonds. Any riots seem to me. That was laced with A. I just grew up with that miss a thing that I seen in my eyes. I see different things. A scene seem bar things yes but I also seen some good things you know. It was a lay far far different. From what you know a lot of a lot of people never you know I read. I read the. I read the fruits of peace these days in order for that a lot of people did not not did not get see peace and God that I did. Yeah and I. I'm sure there is a you. You recognize the beauty of that. You know what this cost and you know the amount of people that paid a price us Yeah that's that's that's beautiful. That's that's really beautiful. So when did you get to rea