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"bill willie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Five. This is america's sports talk show sports byline usa. Here's ron bar. Billy is with us on sports. Byline has a new book out. And i urge you to read it because it is very funny. And it's also very insightful. Hab glove will travel. Take us a little bit through this book Bill what you were trying to do with it. Well i was just trying to show that baseball exists even after you run out of the major leagues and that the true meaning of baseball is out there on the prairies. It's out there. And in soviet union trying to teach other cultures how to play it's down in venezuela when i tried to make my comeback but it was kinda ill-fated that i think the great stories out there the people that i met on the on the road and the love of baseball that they had the love that i had getting the play with my sons in the father and son championship in arizona. The whole point of the book was people. Wanted to know what i was doing and when they found out then they really appreciated that. I was still out there playing and trying to be an ambassador for the game. I've always wanted to be the commissioner. I've always felt that you should have someone that's neutral on the players side and not on the owners side and that's the only way you can find stability in the game of baseball when you take a look at the the sport of baseball. You mentioned that you had been blackballed From the game. Can you explain that a little bit further. I was pitching for the expos and eighty one. We came with him. One pitch of going to the world series. Rick mandy hit a home. Run off steve rogers. I should have been the pitcher of record then on that team. I had a two seven eighty or a which was the lowest. Dra on the team. I hit three forty eight which was the highest batting average on the team. I led the team in hold second saves and the following year through twelve innings gave up one walk eight strikeouts in was released on in early may and not one club. Pick me up. And that's kinda hard for a left-hander you know to take. Because i was getting people out. I still can pitch. But it was after the strike of eighty one and a player wrap so i was expendable the player that you stood up for Little rodney scott. Little second baseman. The dick williams said was our most valuable player. Seventy nine eighty eighty one. He and leflore had stolen. I think a hundred and ninety four bases in one year and He was a little second basemen. Didn't hit really well but played good. Defense turned a double play and As i said williams said he was most valuable player in well. How did that all come down. Because i know that that was a very interesting story in itself rally. It was a tough night I came into the ballpark friday. We got beat by the dodgers. I threw three and a third innings of relief and i think Dusty baker had gotten broken-bat. Hit off from me. I gave up one run. i remember. It was my last game ever in a major league uniform and dick Not dick williams. Jim fanning the new manager. Taken over for williams had a team meeting and he said we don't deserve to be on the same field with the dodgers were not a class organization and He said. I got a pair of white boxing gloves. I'm not afraid to put them on and fight anybody. That thinks he's that good. So i threw my chair my locker and i said me i you know yelled at him and I remember three ballplayers I think it was andre dawson. It was tim raines and cromartie grabbed me and kept me away from fanning. I went for six mile run. And i came back to the ballpark. And that's when i saw scott crying realize he'd been released and that's when i snapped and went after fanning again and that was My demise did you ever regret doing that. Then villa handling it in a different way. Well not really. I mean at that time. I didn't think that I thought the players associated station would stick up for me but they kind of left me out to dry. You know it was. It was a time that i had to move on. I had it with major league baseball. Park rec- that. I saw and if i would never never written that book i never would have experienced what i did. Experience and i think it's always best to take the road less traveled. And that's what i did. And that's the people i saw you know. I've been offered jobs at sports commentators. I do a lot of espn stuff. But i would just as soon be you know the way i am. I think in. I can look myself in the mirror and Never cut myself shaving. Because i don't shave anymore when you look at the fact that you played in boston in the plate in montreal the cultures are two completely different. But they're even more different when it comes to baseball no longer. Do we have baseball in montreal. So i'm just wondering how you found the baseball cultures in those two cities. Boston is you know what it always is. It's Started out one a lot of early championships and then they lost ruth. And there's a. There's a great tradition there but there was also an equally great tradition. The dodgers had their aaa club in there. They groomed all their jackie robinson. You know Campanella nukem. They all came out of there. Even lasorda played on that ball club and to be the first expansion came in the history of the game and they have baseball. Brought the montreal. And be embraced. The way it is. And then all of a sudden summarily dismiss saying they can't support it is a bunch of hooey because everybody else got new ballparks. We didn't about park was on the wrong side of town was all astroturf. It was close. it was It was a long way from downtown. And i felt bad. I think they got railroaded in people. Because i think sealy just wanted to be able to give team in washington dc. Well also if you take a look at Up in canada cocky is the is the name of the game up there and did that affect the fan interest in the sport while we didn't draw well early in our seasons their seventy nine hundred and eighty one. 'cause the canadians were in the playoffs. But if you look back we drew two point seven million. We do more than the red sox draw every year and for those three years. We were a great team. We put a good product on the field. What happened was the ninety. Four strike and expos were leading. And we're the best team in baseball. The fan said they wouldn't come back and they didn't and it was tough to lower those fans back because they had been taken away something that was very precious to them. One of the things. I will tell everybody is that baseball lends itself so much great stories and in this book are a lot of wonderful stories. You don't hear it so much in baseball anymore. You bill willie. Mays was saying used to hear stories around the batting cage and yet. I don't hear him when i go down to spring training or go out to a game before it starts. You're right that's changed. The culture has changed. everybody has agents. it's all the economic stories. The the drug stories steroids stories You know you never seem to get the true great stories that Were out there. I mean we played and we played for the love of the game it It's just it's a shame. I think and it's It's a culture that we had and you're right it's The sensationalism i think is sports radio in the fact that they the what do you call the sound bites on. Espn where no one watches the whole game anymore. No one has the patience to do that. We're culture that's quite speed it up and That's why i like playing sketchy one. I liked going around on the bus with all the ball players and We told stories and we kept their self. Some used in the we We continue to play every year. I hit a home run. I have to play one more year and this year on my first game of the year down there off a college pitcher hit a home run and Because through hard. I put a good swing on the ball. Now i have to play. One of the stories in this book is the time you were in montreal. Bars beer.
"bill willie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Especially i altman. Desi was awesome. Man should like that and that was the four. Let's get one more man fourth. One i would say Gangstar gay star man gay star because of premier and premier was just a fucking piece on the tables man. His whole fucking his whole fucking the way he just the beaches selection i could hear been blessed for premier sound. That's premier. that's premier. Syra there no word. I had an opportunity. We did one show with them in nineteen ninety-one and rest in peace guru. I had a chance to meet him. It was funny. Because even though i've been listening to the music for a while but just seeing them holy shit as him. I mean keep in mind. I'm probably the only metric it on the tour you know for me to be around you know with pretty much. Just a a a black entourage of of of deejays rappers producers. You know everybody there. And i'm only like if you will. I don't wanna call myself. An outsider put non black artist. It was just weird seeing everybody that you grew up listening to like i got to meet Scarface which bill willie d when he dropped out of my mind playing tricks on me album. Yeah and i'm to me coming up. It was just like a big dream. Come true meeting all these. All these legends So now let's go to the west coast is top five artist. wizard course. yeah. While i was really into the westside connection because i dan. Where's their connection. I just really liked the ice. Ju- ice cubes ice cubes management. Excuse his a. I really respect him as an artist man. And he's very simple he just he doesn't sugarcoat shit. You know they have like he just gives you like the real deal never tries to duplicate anything. He just kinda like goes against the grain. I like him for that. You know I like i like ice cube. West coast I like kendrick lamar cancer the marxist deliveries like fucking bob dylan shit. I can't figure this shit out you know. I can't figure this shit is don't know when he's dropping one man. I think he's going to end up right here for short so interesting. It's it's it's fun to fuck in follow somebody like that and you just you know he figured out but she ain't going to figure it out somebody else on the west Somebody else on the west who wasn't on the west everybody from game two digit quake. Like i like. I like games albany for the one i did with drake. Asthma fucking favorite. Classic to me is super classic us. Nope we got crazy about snoopy snoopy. Wg okay what like to short to shore man to short guy to sheriff had play pimp into player. Pinson hard man you know. Yeah never i would never end up like that raccoon listening to shorts in that body throwing nobody like too short shit man was dope But he was kinda he was a it was a temporary was fun. It was fun but it was. It wasn't that serious from going to ice cube. It gonna go going to shortens totally different minute right. Okay okay. that'll work man so now let me ask you this We had a big. Yeah yes found. Be league so I asked everybody question. biggie double cd. Life after debt to parks all is me. If you had to choose which would you choose. I all eyes on me. Okay to park maybe eight baby so when you asked me that question i had to think about two zero two pucks about this. Yeah so. I'm just like oh shit you know with Honestly i respect a big craft and everybody respects. His craft focused great. You know he's he's super super dope ahead of his time. I gotta go apart because he was also against the grand you know. He was also against the grain. I felt like you know and then he was a leadership qualities. A lot of people looked up to kind of like nipsy You know you hear an artist like that man give you a little game and in a little bit of music you kind of pick up on And you gravitate little. You gravitate to it in. Oh more you. Can you learn a little something to. Yeah who who are some of the artists today that you could fuck with me. Is there any new artists that you say you know what tone this guy's pretty pretty ability to this guy. I can't say that man. I can't really say that because honestly tony. I don't really listen to a lot of shit. I don't listen to what's what's really like a who's doing what he was doing. His i start paying attention to that she realizes unconsciously i start tapping into that kind of shit you know and i don't wanna i don't wanna go there around. Start listening on cautiously. Whether i wanted to do it or not. I just pick it up. One one one way or another. And it's just i don't want to do it because if fucks me and it makes me. It makes me think a different way and i might you know what i'm already doing this more dumi while in. It's nice to stay tuned in the people. Yeah and i. I do tune in You know the circle of circle of artists that we that we all kind of fuck with you know we've all we all made our little name in this chicano ragged game right but An an. i'm glad you brought that up. You don't listen to a lot of it because eventually you're start tapping in i. Here's what i think you're saying because snoop said something on an interview and i posted up awhile. Go on my instagram. And he said it is that in the eighties and nineties. There were no to rappers asana to sing there were no to rappers and if you did you were biting biting their shit today. At least in my opinion you saw you have a lot of people that just sound all alike and what they're saying is okay this local negatives during this just popping. Let me go ahead and you know. That's the shoot that's working right now. Let's say the bobby says yeah local negligible that's the shit. Now we have thirty. Local nichols out there. And i believe that's where music is at right now so when i would start producing whether it be a song or a single. I would never listen to what people were saying. So-and-so's overhears was popping right. Now i wouldn't do that because i wanted to create a certain sound were. It was unique for that one that i was working for. I didn't want. I didn't want for example. If i'm producing your record. Somebody tells me that. Cyprus banking. I don't want to implement those elements of their sound into now your shit so i would not listen to a lot of those artists. I is that kind of what you're saying. That's exactly what i'm saying because you pick it up whether you you don't even know what you're doing and pick it up. Says i don't wanna i just block it because i don't wanna wanna. I don't wanna do it without me knowing right because you know right now i get it i get it. We're going to go ahead and take a ten minute break. We're gonna come right back. I want to talk about when you first started recording. And eventually we'll get into. What can people expect for. Twenty twenty one and i know you did a song with bozo. i wanna know how that came out where people can see your music where people could reach you. I know you're is up. You have it on there as well. So we're gonna come right back in about ten minutes and a digital something to drink. Come right back I apologize about the raccoon. his ass is gone. I think that's over by the frigerator trying to cool off his. Yeah that's a sprite. So.
"bill willie" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Would like to stuff him in a stocking. It's Bill Main with mornings on Main Street on AM by 50 and FM 102.9 Wdun. I just hope it's a wolf stalking something nice and warm on these cool mornings 37 degrees windchill of 30 at the moment later on 45 degrees with Sunshine is gonna be with us all day long, and it's with us now and another form. Bring out another great neighbor here two mornings on Main Street, and that not only is the neighbor on the program, but he's literally a neighbor here in North Georgia dusk, Weaver is with us. And some of you folks might know him and the hammer Sam County area and around Georgia and he's with us today. Author musician writer and basically just a fun guy to talk to dust. Good morning. Good morning to you, Bill. It's good to have you with us. And you know, this is gonna be in town coming up in a couple of days because you got a brand new book out and I love the title of this book. And you gotta answer the question about what this is all about. The book is Bill Willie the Wild Who is it? A boy at all. So what's the plot here? What are we looking at? Well, it's intended to make you wonder because there are quite a few twists and turns within the book. It's an illustrated book that many people have. Someone will speak up and say, Hey, this is a Children's book. Well, yes, it's for the child and any of us from age 2 to 100, too, So I'm not going to give away Who Bill really is, But I would like to characterize them a bit. He's a bit of a rapscallion. And on adventurer, a schemer. But often oftentimes is games backfire on and Bill. Well, It sounds like the rest of us. You know what I'm saying? Oh, yeah, He's uh He represents much of what we do in our own individual lives, but he's he's always up to something, but then it works out miraculously. And, you know, one of things I want to say it is a book for Children, but adults go again to get something out of this for sure. And you're just gonna have a good time reading with your Children are reading it to your Children for that matter, But, you know, this is this is, um It's an opportunity to kind of put things in perspective for the rest of us. I'm sure we all had plans coming into 2020. But we've we've had to make things a little bit different to make him work out. So maybe you know the lesson. Then there is far as that's concerned. I trust so there are lessons within it of Bill and his neighbors and how they interact, So I think it's timely in that sense that it it ties into what we're all facing. Individually and collectively today, But there's another aspect. I'd like to point out you said that adults might enjoy it. And I quite agree because I've gone back to a new older written now revived educational theory that Children and adults should be exposed to advance the cab. Yah Larry as In this possible freak for years. We got away from that. We said all that you know that vocabulary words not suitable for a child in this age group. So I've taken the liberty of inserting hundreds of delicious words. But they're they're inserted in such a way that even a very young child Well, have a good guess. At what that word means, and hopefully they'll ask the parents. What does boisterously mean? Yeah, And you know, that's kind of you kind of remind me something My mom always did growing up if I were throwing a tantrum and yes, you've heard me rant on the radio. So I'm capable of it. But if I were ever upset or throwing a tantrum thing She would stop me by using a big word. And I would stop immediately. Go. What does that mean? And from from the get go, That's and she was really big on that she was a poet. She wrote poet in shorts, poetry and short stories. So she had a love for literacy as well. So I really like that approach very much. How long you been working on this book is this just this year is there's been a work in progress. The joke's on me and that scent I first submitted this tea? Oh, uh, female author of juvenile fiction that I highly regarded. She was a fellow workshop leader at Santa Barbara Writers Conference. I found a letter the other day where I wrote to Joan Oppenheimer and asked her opinion of the story and 1989. Okay, it's been around a while has been around a lot and life life happened. I had three young Children. I home school them, So I had them the home school and raise up and, well, a lot of time went by, But here we are. It slows. It works out as in the book with Bill Willie the wild It works out eventually. So you need to check the book out in one way to do that is with an autographed copy. You're gonna be in Gainesville. Tell me about the event. Yeah. Be down at the on Main Street. You know what next chapter books Saturday from 11 A.m. to P. M. They're going that, by the way is Main Street without an E on it, So it's the real Main Street, Not the one we live in here on radio land. You know that girl, you know, down Main Street market, and, uh, we've actually reduced the price of the book just a bit if you bother showing up in person. You get it autographed by both the illustrator and myself Good. And you know what a deal I'll be a keepsake Be a great Christmas present for some young person and mom and dad to have somethingto read and then for the Children to pass on to their Children as well. So check it out. Don't miss this Bill Willie, the wild Who isn't a boy at all. But what is he? We're gonna find out. What is he here? You're gonna love this. It's great. It really is so dusk. We were our guest this morning. Dusk. We can keep up with the online as well. I presume. How do we do that? That keep me online. How do we do you have line online presence. Yes. If someone can't come Saturday. My website is just my name. That's dusk. Weaver do us k. Not the U. S. T dusk weaver dot com.
"bill willie" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"North Georgia's news talk W. The U. N. We've got trouble brewing now on the roads in for Seif County, and this traffic report is sponsored by Great American Cookies. We have a tractor trailer fire being reported on Georgia 400 North bound near just south of Petri Parkway. That's causing some heavy nor found delays on Georgia 400 starting at around Union Hill Road, McFarland Parkway, So watch out for that The rest of our roads are still looking all clear. Right now we don't have any other accidents being reported, and those To earlier ones that we had near the 9 85 Athens Highway interchange in Hall County have been cleared up and the rest and drive times are looking clear on I 85 9 85 Highway, 3 16 and Pete's Tree Industrial Boulevard looking for the perfect holiday gift. Share the fun of cookies with everyone on your list from the mailman to your favorite elf. Leave them a gift card from Great American cookies at Lake Shore Mall in Gainesville. From the Access Wdun Hayes GMC Cadillac Traffic Center. I'm Caleb Hodgins. Just around the corner. We're gonna meet Bill Willie the wild. In the meantime, let's take a look. What's going on with Fox Business news, bronchial locally about country sayings. Hardware. Thompson Bridge Road canes Fill it is 8 42. I'm Liz claiming, and this is the Fox business report. Investors appear encouraged this morning by progress toward a stimulus package that could support the economy through the winter. Amazon is facing a union push it. It's warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, workers there received approval to hold a union vote. The Wall Street Journal says Amazon.
"bill willie" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast
"Yeah, that's crazy. That's crazy. That's crazy. I'm. Sorry, sorry about that. I'm I'm getting distracted over here. So, anyway. Yes, so definitely calmed down below. Let me know what you think about all that because I'd like to know. Let's go onto the next thing. Something that. The rose just said Chris. larose said and I. Don't know what this is and I know. This is where kind of a shooting from the hip right now and I'm writing off just the comments right now, but I'm GonNa ask this really quick. Bill Willie for Bill Wylie. For President Twenty, twenty one. Is Anybody know what this is? Baby stepping into two thousand twenty one. What what the heck is this? I don't because I coulda sworn. I saw a name. So widely trending. That name. Trending on Google. Just just last night, but I didn't know what it was. You know what I'm saying so I just kept going I kept. Is An actor known for each to the next day. That thing you do in punching the clown. Okay so he's. In I'm not seeing any political well here we go. Oh here we go. Completely different person. There's a guy that can fill in the county assessor. This was from thousand nineteen I guess he is A. and counting flint. Mana Copa County. I'm not saying anything at here and I'll do research where you're talking. Okay. Yeah, because I want to know what the heck that is. I mean that just doesn't make that kind of came out of nowhere. Maybe Chris is GonNa come down below and let us know what the heck that is to. You know. The. Enemy nation did say something else here and I'm just trying to find a really quick. Oh, so this is something interesting. This is something completely different. Complete left turn, but enemy nation. Put out a quote that Joe Biden had recently said. And quoting what an enemy nation! tweeted or text? He, said even this is from Joe Biden's mouth. Even Dr King's assassination did not have the worldwide impact that George Floyd's death did. That's from Joe Biden's mouth. What do you guys think on that? It's hard to say without context I. Don't really know true. That is very true I. Want to shoot from the hip and get it wrong. So having not seen the quote context I'M NOT GONNA. Comment on, you know what? Go ahead. I mean. Imagine back then there wasn't as big of a The technology wasn't. Wasn't there right? So newspapers spread there was some new stations and things. I would cover stuff, but the ability now for these types of movements to have a bigger impact is just that much amplified by technology I mean the fact that everybody around the world can view these cell phone videos. and. There wasn't cell phone videos of the assassination if that was present. I imagined that it would have been that much more impactful. Political climate the. Overall climate of people talking about race is is that much more amplified now, too? So I think that. Of course it would have to have a bigger impact you know just because of the the how he has picked up and you see that worldwide protests happen plea police brutality doesn't just happen in America. So you know in racism isn't just an America right, and so you know I think it just it makes sense that that's probably true statement. I got the full quote here. Go for it all right. Says even Dr. King's assassination did not have the worldwide impact. At George, Floyd's death did is just like it's just like television change. The Civil Rights Movement for the better when they saw bull connor and his dogs, ripping the clothes off elderly black women, going to church and firehoses, ripping the skin off of young kids, what happened to George Floyd? Now you got how many people around the country millions of cell phones? It's changed the way everybody's at this look at the millions of people marching around the world. Interesting. I was pretty spot on what he was saying without even what he's. You KINDA GOTTA check. Yeah. But you know obviously you got to play with play with the confines of everything that's going on. The technology you know what what? Jack, in Joe, say said is basically the same combination, but at the same time I think that if mlk was mlk junior was around today. and was to be assassinated now. Be a completely different reaction. I think it would be the same, if not more if not more. Vicious, if not more. Of An uproar. You. See what I'm saying. Because of with the technologies and all that you know. The back then there was no social media. There were no cellphones. Everything was on their new everything was in newspapers and on television and radio, and that's about it so. Interesting. It's an interesting. Interesting Says interesting quote for sure for sure. So we gotta go into some of this top news information and all that. Real quick time. Did you find out the the time spot for that at all? Yeah, for the goes in on Candice Oh, and starts almost exactly at the twenty two minute mark. Okay, I'm going to. We're going to. We're GONNA. Pull that up here in a second, but before we go into it this part of our top news, all right I don't know if you guys know by this. The I didn't even know about this real talk, but Dave Chapelle has a Netflix. A new netflix special right now. Streaming and it came out last night if I'm correct. I didn't even know about this. This is came out, but it is a very interesting once I'm reading something straight off a variety. Dish Appel speaks out on George. Floyd's death blasts Candice Owens in searing netflix special so David Appel does not hold back in a new netflix special entitled. Eight forty-six. The streaming platforms..
"bill willie" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And all the Democrats I think you did it so many of our Republican colleagues have acknowledged to Los the accident this man Donald Trump for completely unacceptable there's so much evidence presented but they feel trapped by the power on the face of the Republican Party hi this is just I only behind closed doors this is not affecting them this latest molten bomb shell of partners stuff that did they know their this is going to come out in an avalanche and make them look even worse okay my compare also disgrace so he did not dispute allegations involves book he is is disgraceful is anybody in this administration he at okay this is him okay Bolton wrote that the president told him that he wanted to continue with holding military aid to Ukraine until they helped with investigations into Democrats including the bidens did you know about that yes or no yeah so you're now commenting on reports of alleged book about no to this someone questions two is the were or off in the lands of the hypothetical I don't engage in that I've I've said everything I have to say about what took place okay so is he technically are condescending or patronizing condescending because you're talking to his child particularly bad when he's talking to a woman reporter or is it just because I'm much because I have of the Chinese yeah you you just don't worry your pretty little head about the date be anymore smog and condescending and just misogynistic jerks privately went to him and said there was no basis to the claims that Giuliani had been making about ambassador Marie Ivanovic do you have any evidence that she did anything wrong in her job Sir president has to have a full team that he has trust and confidence in everyone of us I may not be the secretary of state by the time this interview ends right but it has every right to say no this is the team I want to put on the field he can get rid of me for any reason for every reason for no reason hi has every right to have the whole entire team because no I trust that he is by the way she's retired from the state department his lifelong public service appointed twice by George W. bush once by Obama is by all accounts an amazing public servant gone that's the main thing is with the hope that we can repair everything that's happened in around the world and get good people that want to serve again I mean it's just it's it's okay one more we heard president Lynskey today say he would come to Washington tomorrow did you give them a formal invitation for here today how we're working on many things alongside them when the when the time is right there both busy people will find the right opportunity for he in the presence of a you know you'll recall that they met New York in January excuse me in September I'm sure the running into each other again someplace in this renter's other okay do they all just have that in common the smog arrogant misogynistic douche bag kind of did you see a button Giuliani post the pictures of him with the sets a garnet yeah celebrating exoneration quote unquote puff the cigar to celebrate the imminent collapse of the impeachment effort always suggested the trump enemies will soon feel the sting of revenge all are asking me about buying shift call me Hillary etcetera going to get away with this I told them keep watching meaning the bargain by will target more political opponents yes I I can only think that they're getting really comfortable now with getting away with stuff and so they're gonna start letting their guard down you like caterpillars do they start making mistakes here and there makes it easier for them to catch I think that might be what's going on here yeah they're getting really comfortable with it yeah alright which we found him Richard painter good Sir morning good morning Sir I'm you know I made a joke Friday someone after the you know ugh sure after they voted down witnesses is that what you think trump going to do next and I said invade Poland wound up the Jews too dark to dark and you you tweeted about it you said in nineteen thirty three Germany entered a new era in which ideological fantasy of Karl Schmidt and other identity of says the Germans would replace reality now American can take a trip away from reality into a new age or realize that he is the most dangerous president ever I'm you also said in a world where there's no truth no right and wrong this is what we get been there done that the article twenty ways Kompas Kompas copping Hitler's early rhetoric and policies I mean if you don't know were already soaking in fascism then you're not paying attention right well absolutely right and what we have going on here is that the Nile of the throat clear facts don't matter anymore we did make it and the more we make it off but we've got a story to tell the people what I hear the nafta through my crew for the good of your trip yeah and that was exactly the philosophy of our costs maps are what is a far right wing Catholic theologian before he became a member of a not art art and art yeah but no shots are that there are no objective facts about German culture and and the German the fact unique way so for others up a lot of these days that's referred to a post modern but it's really just a rehash of the same all right and the the article I tweeted out was was how far first hold modern president Bill Willie embraces the idea of the non objective probe that objective proof of all seed of a cultural context of making America great again and of course his owner these are about what makes America great including the destruction of the constitution alright here's all denigration broke broke the ethnic groups are and so forth and all of this is way way to provide are very similar to what after Germany enough birdies obviously were not there yeah we we need to stand up through their five what a rule of law and that's not what's happening right now that's exactly right Richard you write a great conversation political I was telling you my dad you know as you know lifelong Republican like you ran with very cold water but Nurnberg prosecutor and ate it just I I you know I a year I love your headline former bush White House where Richard painter accuses McConnell of urinating on the constitution I remember I'm still young enough from old enough to remember when we took an oath to the constitution of the United States not not to a person well yes we have a constitution and we is the public believe in our own kind of them with a mandate or over the year correct injustices there were clearly founding of our country but it is it is the constitution that has a clear impeachment clause requiring a while before the others but her daughter all of the third vehicle to be impartial they've violated beryl are great when they violated around eight PM articles that were not a member of the market not a trial whether or no way they simply have lawyers all pontificating on on it closing arguments well and I've made it very clear that Robert I think what any credibility eight the court trial today because the thunder and refused to have a trial is there anywhere come close to what it the lead defense counsel so baloney being a fact witness in the case in and failing to disclose that apple yep third bandit counsel for the defense we average ridiculous argument then yes they are fact what Alan Dershowitz argue but we're not late start effective argue at the time to get the ending thank you Bob and not be impeached for it cannot be impeached for abuse of power when indeed if you look at the impact of the framers is very clear that they were afraid that we have a five billion dollar short for like three and four zero OO Iran who would have used power and that that is the back for what we have thanks for the blog but the car where the house but I did it for a few hours and Dershowitz get not fair going on a lot about how to that but it just makes absolutely no facts that we don't carry what was and by the way very dangerous situation however was trying to extort our orders what a full campaign from afar concrete and let the local hundreds of billions of dollars the Ukrainian lied to protect themselves the Russian aggression are is a very dangerous situation ever but abusing it out of this way and that simply walked away think about it what's your I. is because the president's lawyer I had to get your take on Jonathan Turley tweet he said had they waited for a couple months as I advise they could've gotten Bolton's testimony and other witnesses as well as keep court orders it was a rush to a failed impeachment history will be the decision to rush the vote is one of the most baffling decisions of all time I'm can you explain why that is a faulty logic but that would rob about vegetable professor Turley he's been trying to get in the press for years if you can I trying to prove that he does more than anybody else we'll be back to Los the wiper blade actually waited way too long rich Tafel Tom but anyway tersely it you have been making arguments but that that all along and of pushing the boat from our president can't you think of these crimes and that brought this week the morning before the United States house of representatives used by the Republicans and motors up around there Billboard that I'm a liberal and I did vote for the guy but I'm all for it at twenty years ago thoroughly was saying we need to and fixed Bill Clinton damn all day away it's a way to get is that they yeah not yet but it all makes no I'm Richard a couple Superbowl seem to tweets you said at a time when ideological extremists despairs the notion of objective truth from Superbowl ad is the epitome of lies what an insult anyone working for the criminal justice reform you also said in a beach control though and this is witnesses like a Superbowl without a football so much McConnell should just take way the football at the pretend to play the Superbowl or perhaps he could only do that at halftime of his team is winning I mean I think the fact that eighty two percent of Americans want witnesses is they get it but you know you don't have to be a lawyer to go all this is not a real trial this is not fair well absolutely and the reason I use the fort out or not just because yesterday with the ball Contai in a court battle cry forgot what but important Balaji because work with black and if we use the politics hope they even what we recap of what we do with sports a great deal that would not be happy and what we have is a notion of fair play in politics that isn't fair there's just result for yeah the famous call refused even ever hearing for drug Merrick garland is not made by far no Bob yeah that was fun right but it is in other words this is what I can get away with and if we had referees in the inner circle all the way there I suppose the jurors of that page all those with the ball would have been the result of years ago yeah but we don't tolerate that we haven't already but but but the world nineteen nineteen very good a lot about how to make sure this is why our end of the rules of five and that's not happening here yeah we're just we're running long as usual we love having you so much all right primary day you said I I think it was with worn is the best candidate in the race but these Bloomberg as get right to the point about Donald Trump I agree in terms of fighting differently but you also said don you're gonna vote for Warren are her focus on corruption in Washington on Wall Street is what our country needs right now no more politics is as usual and yeah I agree I I just think we've doesn't mean we have to stoop to their level but what I we are up against the side of our lives our way absolutely I'm a political and added on a lot of political power thank you all right off course I buy but what favor at age it might the help of the policy was but why but but backed out of course sort of Mike Bloomberg by the way but I mean that was before the event that more middle class the fight over she actually Brian if you feel familiar with the matter but the other candidate for good who will win yeah bottom line of what our office the last thing I will fight with Superbowl Sunday is that I was thrilled to say that Wladimir poking didn't get to pick the winner Mike drop which entered the politics plug as Richard always a pleasure thanks so much absolutely thank you all right is awesome he's he's cuddly in person yes I think the moment I fell in love with him when he was at the retirement old Thompson gave to me parade he wanted to have a military phrase we offer hope Russia sent a contingent to March do you know my army okay fifty two minutes after the hour this portion of the.
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"Welcome back in the good morning it's eleven oh six to recap the here off today then we'll be back on Monday are coming up like I do have some information here on Phil Collins train wrecking led Zeppelin's reunion at Live Aid pretty interesting story I'll get that for you and we were talking about to music can drummers Joey Kramer from Aerosmith will not be allowed to play at the Grammys with his band they don't think he's up to par they don't think he plays as well as he should he disputes that he's suing them and we have Joe Elliot from the other band Def Leppard def leopard rock and roll hall of fame band and I think most of you know the story about their drummer a who lost his left arm in a car accident in the eighties when the band was was in their prime he lost his left arm in a obviously a bad accident then I think it was the CPO related the way the seat belt cut across shoulder you cause so much damage in this accident that they had to cut his arm off we've had the the the honor of opening for Def Leppard when I say we I mean my bad we opened for them once at red rocks and one of the things I really remember about that we were sound checking this is still it was still daylight this is the middle of the afternoon and Rick Allen a Def Leppard we're just finishing up their sound check he had a bunch of kids with them probably fifteen maybe twenty kids that have lost a limb yeah he's amazing and so he had obviously brought these kids in backs you know back backstage red rocks wild will def Leppard's sound checking in and after they miked up all of his drums and they finished the sound check he let the kids play on is miked up drums did you know that they re attached as harm after the accident but because of an infection it had to be re amputated yeah yeah a yeah that's normal storable but he still plays his place with one arm gas incredible what he can do with one arm and I thought it was just really cool the let these kids bang on his miked up drum kit a red rocks when you hit a drum at red rocks that's miked up and there's nobody in the audience is sounds like a cannon going off it's a really cool really powerful thing and so he did that which I thought was cool so jointly its lead singer for Def Leppard there in the rock and roll hall of fame they went in last year and one of the really cool things about the morning show we do on the fox is we get some of the coolest interviews for some reason these celebrities rockstars big gas would rather do a morning show than any other day part I don't know why I guess maybe they feel more people are listening during morning drive than any other day part I think these rock stars live in Europe right Joe Elliott probably lives in Europe yes so in the case of the retiring why time and just worked out good so we had a really cool talk with Joe Elliott a Def Leppard by you to be with you thank you yeah we're just telling people about the big stadium tour this summer with motley Crue new album with the down and out to be like your third album with them right yeah that's correct yeah first one was ten years ago we had a down and out to be the get along with the Beatles were together yeah and it is because it didn't just come to start is like a month the Hoople tribute thing and it is in yeah that's the that's the quick way said what happened was when multiple reformed in two thousand and nine I've been split in seventy four it is a big deal for the biggest ever find which is made and they all knew who I was so they said well you know you've been keeping the flame alive for many years so we want you to be involved in the show's satellite well how you know they should open folders on the last night and if it with her when they the same promoter was looking after the bank of a London choir boys is as a cold in America I never wanted to be my band so we got together we as ten songs which were enough of mall they were almost over the only members will be able to at dawn after they split I picked ten of that those chargeable they'd be the coolest thing to do if I was going to be open from all I think went down so well that when we kind of went to the bar during the interval in the lobby of the venue we chemical price guide me to make an album that I never thought we'd make so it wasn't so much a tribute a mall is like an invitation by them to be involved in the shows and then we made the album of the songs we played that night I have some pretty you know remarkable success at American radio even a number one on and play with this a song called overnight angels which kind of lead is down the powerful I will fight with remaking the second album that you know and that came out in two thousand fourteen and by the time we discussed doing this third album they like I think we need to I think the wells run dry on on doing covers let's see if we can write our own down and found them in the same flavor of this you know classic seventies right golden I sat down and wrote the least most of the songs on the piano so they have a very different vibe to anything I may contribute to a Def Leppard right because very cool in the the song all the young dudes which is a song David Bowie wrote and Ian hunter and Mott the Hoople and a big hit with it that song is may it was that this is your favorite song of all time I heard you say you wanted that played at your funeral yeah he's one of three other going down on my list so like when the pope made in the hole he played a not very very loudly seven it's always been my favorite song is never got old to me every time I hear it I don't really play it as such in the house but if it comes on the radio and I know that all the people there any at the same time I still get goose bumps one of things we ought to explain that's good it's it's cool when something might hit you like that though and and and you said it never gets old to you Hey this summer on the the big tour coming up with motley Crue so who who headlines the shows as a co headliner thing yeah I would call a lighted also poison and Georgia and the blackout of new voters as well toss a coin doing a hundred yards spring I don't know which is which is the the grown ups they will let you know alternate like one night monthly does in the net yeah I kind of okay and then what you know we will so we're big enough to give each other said in town the remains something like Nina Nikki's hometown is the apple so habits you know that and will take somewhere else that means most was maybe you know arrived about so you know it was that bad to keep growing the start off as being twenty two many close up to nearly thirty now and then well if it's looking like you could distinctly go global because everybody's wanting to you know get in on on this and it really has gone through the roof I mean we we got a feeling that it would be pretty popular you know this is the classic example of what we've been saying for years of one on one makes three you know when you put two massive bass we did it many years ago with Bryan Adams and watching the success of the bill Willie Nelson and and Bob Dylan doing it you know and you know more recently staying in for you to go there when I did it was the big Elton John Billy Joel two twenty years ago it's nothing new but I mean it's so some people shy away from me because I think it's like maybe impact into that credibility is something to be going on second you know but we never really saw ally that we we flip flopped with Jenny and stadiums two years ago and it was a resounding success so it's always goes to this place now and offer these gigs a sold out before Christmas this I believe this is the way I look at it is if you wanna before motley Crue as a band I'd be saying Hey let's see if they can follow us write your competitor right we say the same thing I mean you know read read read no G. rival but of course the Joe what one last thing wouldn't when you're a kid and you formed this band back in nineteen seventy seven could you even dream that forty plus years later you would still be headlining stadiums around the world now although I let's be realistic I I I I could give you the the the B. S. that of course you only nine seventy seven exactly missile together the Beatles it only being split seven is the lifespan of it your average band was about five to seven I think there who were thirteen years into their career maybe the stones fifteen years into their career there was no such thing as a forty year old band you know it's only something that's relatively new where first who said you know we were celebrating thirty years of the stones and and McCartney and then forty now fifty but he's become the norm if you like you know it we we would have been happy with ten I don't think it real I don't forget it may be that we could do this for as long as we wanted to we played our hometown in ninety three we'll try to stadium in downtown first I would have done that forty thousand people and it was fifteen years almost to the day since the first gig we ever played and I remember thinking wow we've come a long way but with it but a lot of the still a long way to go and that was twenty five years posts ago still selling CDS selling those and still relevant bared it it's it's an amazing run Joe and I know you appreciate and don't take it for granted we thank you for coming on the show your great gas we love you we love Def Leppard and maybe we talk to you again this summer when you come to Denver yeah a little late absolutely I could be I see I said hi I will date for college buddies okay good due out I will indeed alright Jill thanks for coming on at any time guy thank you do you think you really talk to Michael B. R. C. one architects my can asking Hey did that would be interesting why don't you do that well he said he will indeed twice I wonder if you did I was just curious about that George Eliot good interview cool dude been on the show many times and been a fan of theirs going way back I was a fan of theirs going back before the pyromania album which is the one that really blew them up so when I saw with them at red rocks when I was sixteen yep here's a little follow up on the of Phil Collins train wrecking led Zeppelin's live age show which apparently everybody thought he did and Phil Collins in his autobiography not dead yet actually wrote about it all he did yes and so he said he said he knew of the wheels were falling off from early on in the set keep in mind this is our leads upland reunion sort of that year was this I want.
"bill willie" Discussed on Establishing Shot
"There's there's a nonverbal component take but maybe not enough I. I knew how it ended. Yeah all right well next extend my list. We'll take a brief pause from our from our Disney history. And we'll go into some deeper well a little bit of earlier film history I'M GONNA pick the the nineteen thirty three classic film King Kong which is the film that arguably made Arco Studios and I'm going to select select the again the title character King Kong himself which maybe as a stretch because is he truly a an animal in the way that we think I would I would say so so. He's a big old eight break. He's an animal. He's just really big one so this is a film that I only recently. Well I watched it recently for a class that I taught on Arcadio Arco Cinema Archea. Films Pictures Sorry. Getting my studio names straight But I hadn't watched it since I was much younger. I had actually never watched it in my home schooling at. Probably I think the last time I've watched it was with my dad as a kid on like a weekend broadcast and really. I didn't remember too much about it. Other than the the climactic scenes in New York so so even to think of it as an animated film even though those are those those scenes are clearly animated. Particularly the you know the the fight with the with the plains on top of top of the Empire State building the what stood out to me going back to it now where the scenes The scenes in the jungle which are just I was just really amazed by the technical proficiency that they were able to accomplish at that moment in history. History it until it. I've heard you know hearing it described as one thing but to actually see how those scenes play out where he fights with the dinosaurs and It's just really remarkable staging and in many ways when you think about stop motion animation. There's a there's a degree of sophistication that feels like it. You know stop motion. Took a step back over the next couple of decades From what from what they had accomplished here. It's really never been a match before but of course you know just as as an iconic figure of cinema Ma and just as a physical presence you kind of you know lives up to the title. I guess and King Kong is also an interesting staying point of connection for me as my own kind of film history because the very first film that I saw in theatres was the dino dealer Rentis version of Kinko which is interesting but but Not as not as strong as the original so I don. You're a big well your your comments. I think Mesh with Ricky's because it's about scale. Yes because he is so big you know they have that big wall right on the island to keep him in but of course he is. He is enemy an animated animals zone. You're you're absolutely legitimate. Bring it up But the puppet was about out Eighteen inches high and I think that still is Available to look look at in the USC film collection of the Right Archive. But yeah there were several of the puppets and there's one the has been preserved while I love the fact that you chose this because it works so well with my interests which are bringing bringing animals to life and making them perform because King Kong hung is a wild animal. He's a beast in the jungle. But the idea is that he can be civilized Not In kind of top down way by the trainers who put them on display in the the palace Vaudeville House an Times Square in New York but by the love of his woman you I know and it was beauty killed the recall. You can't you can't escape it since. Say That at least three times at the end of the film film And we curiously. Even though he's savage in the scenes that have been restored in modern versions. We have the original scenes where he actually eats the people in the islands he's attracting any chomps on a couple live of unfortunate the New Yorkers he's running amok using the subway like a like a sippy Straw man. Yeah and and we Have this human behavior attributed to amend. We've been talking about anthropomorphic a strategies. There's another good word that is used cold a highly zoe. Okay Hi Donna. Wisdom and this is attributing forbidding human thought an intention to inanimate objects or animals so a very good example of this is yesterday president trump Head of presentation of the Animal ACRO- right right. That's right the dog. Yes who tracked down A al-Baghdadi he's being promoted as a war hero and the president was talking about his bravery and his intelligence dance and House smart he was and what a great warrior. He was. Well he's he is. It's true that he is those things but it's because because those are projections of human traits onto the It was really just performing the canine behavior. Right that's been channeled by years years of training There is a thing of the paper that said that it costs two hundred eighty three thousand dollars. The train dog to to to do what he does. which is about as much as sophisticated weapon would cost the military but the thing is is that we really only get a certain amount of pleasure thinking about animals as actors and having agency and being able to track down villains because they know a bad guy they see one And it's very much like that. With King Kong King Kong is a wild animal who is being trained and domesticated to be a performer in Vaudeville theatre circuit and I lose wisdom. It's a very powerful for animal. Oh actors and it's very powerful for animation so all of the characters that we've been describing in part are appealing because they act like human being so we give them human traits. Yeah I mean the the the the threatening aspects of his character I mean. It's it's not he's not just simply this you know this monster that comes through and causes this damage. It's it's the the way that he's designed to be to have these more humane elements in certainly the love story. Being a part of it. I was the thing that struck me to you and using it in a class and I am fairly certain you've taught it before is how well students responded to it because because you would assume that students looking at a film that's essentially a precursor to things like Jurassic Park and more contemporary monster. On stor movies I guess or whatever we call those that they would be more cynical about it and they were totally on board with it and totally into the into the kind of spectacular Experience that that the film creates and we'll also brand was a brilliant animator and he proceeded very intuitively. You know he didn't have any computer AIDS AIDS or anything like that. We use now for object animation in King Kong is sort of the opposite of the uncanny valley than we were talking about. Because you can see O'Brien's fingerprints on his for loonies moving. Yes yes and you AH conceded his movements very jerky and so you never. You never think that he's anything but an animated puppet and yet he is is an actor who is very scary He has that enormous mass. Like monstrous does and it just it just works so well The follow up mighty. Joe Young is another brilliant animation. Effort by Wilson Brian but that that the giant gorilla is not as effective for some reason in terms of how it resonates to leader audiences or just the feeling of being convincing insinger being yeah yeah. He is very convincing so great performance. What's what's next on your list? Well when you said animated animals. I thought we had to talk about the the era animated animal which is Mickey Mouse of course and You know McKee Started out in nineteen twenty eight and a couple of silent films by Walt Disney and the Disney studio. At the time the Disney studio was was mainly his animator named of I works was the real creator of Mickey Mouse and then steamboat. Willie was uh not the first sound cartoon. There were quite a few half dozen or so released in theaters before steamboat Willie. But it was the first that was successful successful and made a big hidden. You might say the first that was designed from the beginning as a sound Phil because the original storyboards the script as it were had sound cues built in and of course we have the the voice of a Walt Disney coming through his squeaks. And he's the voice of the parrot at the end of recall and So does a it is a real sound film and It was a great success but I don't think it was because it was sound. I think that was very important but I think that the reason that it was so successful was because because of Mickey Mouse and the R- A ton of other mouse characters in animated cartoons all through the twenties including in films by Walt Disney. But Mickey comes across in those early films as having a a real character that we can identify with as this is kind of a mid Westerner. He's kind of an every man right. He's a young man and his first films. steamboat Willie He is a sort of a buster. Keaton like character and the the title of the film refers to steamboat. Bill Right of course in film in plain crazy. He is is Gerald physicals Lindbergh. He's physical but he does stretch in squash classic animation techniques in his arms. Fly All over the place with a rubber hose. Animation is very appropriately called but I think Maki succeeded because of this highly wisdom. We really see that. He is a humanoid character acting We we don't see him as a rodent. All we know is not dirty. Disney's rival was the Felix the Cat Studio and Felix's Felix's another great Animal An animation superstar we could have talked about Felix the cat but his animator auto messmer was famous for saying that to me as a repulsive thing and I think it probably a lot of Disney's rivals felt the same way. Yeah and it's also interesting. That Mickey was certainly the the the first sound era superstar of animation. He was not the only one there was of course betty boop and Popeye But he was the one who is most is powerful and persuasive as as an actor and as an embodied being but he lost his popularity in the course course of the nineteen thirties so much so that the studio eventually abandoned the character in the efforts to revive Mickey Mouse. He never never really had the same kind of popular appeal that he did in the thirties early thirties but yet he's such a he's I mean he is the figure that's most associated stayed with Disney right right when variety you know they have this varieties language that they use when they refer to Disney. They call it the miles else variety term for the Disney studio but making us is like you're saying I never associated him with a mouse house when I would see a real life mouse. I wouldn't think of Mickey Mickey I think of a mouse the same way. I think I was twenty when I learned the chipmunks we're supposed to be chipmunks hunks. There's such divorce there. Yeah yeah that. And he's he doesn't look like there is a beautiful Disney silly symphony from the Mid Nineteen Thirties. I'll say nineteen thirty six. Call the flying mouse and that has a mouse mouse like character and he looks like a mouse. He has his a realistic. I mean you know. In quotes realistic Melchior's he has a a long tail. Doesn't have any for on it. So it's Kinda ratty and he has a little little claws and his his fingers And so he does look more like a mouse and he has a mouse physique. And I've always thought it interesting that the flying mouse character and mickey mouse existed kind kind of side by side and yet they don't look anything alike that Pluto and goofy Carmona cluedo so at the least does look kind of like dog but but wind acts like a dog. Hell is goofy goofy sentient. The ordeal of course Mickey Maki evolves right from what. He isn't steamboat. Bill Willie steamboat. Bill steamboat Willie to To what what he is. My most recent engagement was through when my kids were little watching the The odious Mickey Mouse clubhouse animated version automated show on Disney channel. But do you have a particular fondness for a Mickey from certain era is it. Is it the early one that that kind of stands out the most you or I like I like the the the rude and crude Mickey from Nineteen Twenty eight to about nineteen thirty three and then then he becomes more domesticated softer. Yeah Yeah Yeah and you know it's a little it's a little off story. Perhaps but I was at Walt Disneyworld about a the month ago and we had one of these lunches where you can meet the characters and We met Maki. Of course he was. He was a retirement. Didn't didn't so much But many was there. Many is actually now much more popular character than Mickey Nelson in the theme Parks But we had at this very moving thing where you can have your picture taken with Minnie mouse and there was this Young adult woman who was posing with author picture and and she said something to too many to the person some of your podcast listeners may want to cover their ears actually human beings inside those suits shocking. Not Monster owed grow. Throw down the theme park that I know of but anyway the woman was whispering something to too many and then she just broke down. She started crying and sobbing then she had a little daughter who came up and they were all crying than you know we were waiting in line. We were all crying too and I don't know what the secret was being was being Reveal there but clearly for this person Minnie mouse although it's hard not to see her as just University of Central Florida student wearing brand told me feeling hurry. Hot.
"bill willie" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The city of Newark and see the reforms that we put in place the Kerr told Biden he's to blame for the life sentences some people are serving now for drug offenses as a senator Biden back to nineteen ninety four crime bill Willie on Castro called by the support for the bill a mistake can accused Biden of flip flopping on crime issues here's and jeweler Brent took the chance to recycle one of her campaign trail jokes during a segment on climate change the first thing that I want to do when I'm president is I'm gonna Clorox the oval office it's going to do we will be genie is on the defense for civic gas and electric has told the judge it strongly disagrees with the Wall Street journal report claiming the utility knew its ageing power lines posed a wildfire threat but did not replace or fix them the journal says P. Jeannie delayed safety work on a power line that started the wildfire that wiped out the town of paradise last year a judge ordered the utility to respond to the story paragraph by paragraph in that response P. Jeannie denied it repeatedly failed to perform necessary upgrades to its transmission lines Erin Bender KFI news reporters found California's move away from cash bail could be making mass incarceration worse forty nine counties in California already use some variation of a pre trial risk assessment tool to determine who gets out before trial in who stays put American male coalitions Geoff Clayton says data can't predict who's risky so if you have risk categories one through five whoever's in the five category well that's a certain percentage they're bad guys a certain percentage that are good guys but the problem is the tool can't distinguish he said pasta to make decisions on historical incarceration data which is considered racially biased supporters say the tools are still better than cash bail which favors the rich Corbin Carson KFI news and a group of homeowners instrument oaks is started tracking license plates that passed through the neighborhood Bob Chantelle Chantelle says his group of neighbors pool their money for a security system that keeps track of every car I could for instance say what activity was there between ten AM and two PM today Chantelle says the group installed the security system this month in response to car break ins and burglary attempts let's take a look at this problem on the fifty seven pizza in diamond bar on the fifty seven south.
"bill willie" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"A great teams great liquor showtime team and then beat him again eighty seven and then we beat the celtics again here in the year two thousand so but you gotta understand the boston celtics had read our back with a victory cigar he'd like that god damn cigar and you hated his guts they had all those fucking squirrelly they had got sam what who's the guy bob cousy and they had that fucking case she sam jones and casey jones and they had bill russell i hated him he just like sinking those free throws and he's the drive out of my fucking wrong just the way the celtics have always been a bunch of fucking squarely as guys but they're goofy looking white uniforms sinking shots from god knows where and killing you breaking your heart they were great the celtics were goddamn great and they beat us so that's why i hated him and i hate them the way you're supposed to hit a sports team of course i don't hate the you know the celtics her i hear the way ahead of the san francisco giants i hate the san francisco giants do i really would bill willie mccovey just past thought i could've cried willie mccovey was one of the greatest sluggers in the history of major league baseball he wasn't san francisco giant i hated his guts every time he came to the fucking plate oh my god what's gonna happen to us now but when he passed on it oh my god all those great years playing those god damn giants willie maze willie mccovey bobby fucking bonds not berry bobby the god damn pitching's gaylord perry and all that you know okay happy birthday allie ellie how's things over said girl king philip's kelly's birthday we have passed away like pestering they sing happy birthday that's running allie allie yeah happy birthday i don't sing happy birthday i that song to me pass through any pet that's to me is a secular songs since this is a very christians alley i dunno any you don't even wanna know i don't even have a good voice amtrak happy birthday to you happy birthday to you happy birthday did alley had happy but forgot the words happy birthday to you i forgot the words i did i've been working all god damn day never mind.
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"Sees a sixteen year old boy, and he was reported missing after not making it back to shore while swimming with friends, the body of a twenty nine year old son was found this morning in Galveston strong currents. And along the beaches and red flag warning is in effect in Galveston, Brasseur county beaches are closed to vehicles due to extremely high tides and rip current Texas legislature passes the school finance and property tax reform, Bill unanimously in both house and Senate and moves. The Bill to the governor for us signature okay hearts are going to be broken all over town. JJ want is now officially engaged. News on demand at KTAR, H dot com. I'm pulling it together. Our next update is at nine breaking news as it happens, Sally Adams on Houston's news, weather, and traffic station, NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. And we're back. You're listening to in the oil, patch radio show, and we're being joined by Bill Stevens, who is with the Texas alliance of energy producers, and we also have on the line. David porter, who is the former Texas railroad commission, or one of the former Texas railroad commissioners, David, let's get into you had a question pertaining to the Texas legislature this session and water, go ahead. And let's get on that discussion with Bill. Willie bill. My question is there were several good water bills. This session, but is down the last few days. It looks to me like, and this is what I wanted to get your expert commentary on the only one that looks like it's gonna make it. HP thirty to forty six is that what is that you're standing? Well, I can tell you that, that might be what happens but I'm not going to be satisfied with that. Yes, HP thirty to forty six by Darby out of the house is has been gone through the Senate Senate committee. The Senate and is now on the governor's desk to be signed..
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