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"billy goodman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Talking baseball with Marty, Laurie Lasky and Carrie Crowley on KNBR 1045 and 6 80 sports leader. Well, the Cardinals have lost 22 of 33. When they lose on the road. They haven't scored more than two runs in the last 10 losses on the road there 41 44. They're 18 and 26 on the road. They're run differential is minus 41 there 10 games back 8.5 back in the wild card. And let's see what happens today when they face the big boy, Kevin Gausman because you know what That's baseball, and you never know what's going to happen. All right? We do have a little bit of sounded Larry Doby and we did talk about him and I wanted to bring that to you. It's a very special time for him. July 5th 1947 breaking the color barrier in the American League. And he talks a little bit to begin with about Jackie Robinson. When Mr Robinson got involved in baseball in 1945, when I was in the service, you know, a little island curl. You lived in the South Pacific. And there was two music ballplayers on around with me. Pulled my neighbor picky. Burn never felt my name of Billy Goodman. And they knew I played in new guilty so I would you know, we grew out and we would pitch better pairing in Jordan. Mr in Berlin for me, Uh, he thought I had a good opportunity to be involved in Major League baseball. Show the 40. Shipman was a sort of surprise and a great thing for me. Thank God that I had the ability to be involved in baseball, but I wouldn't I didn't know anybody was Scott me at the time. But then, uh I think the early part of 40 Sherman, there was a fella by name of blue jeans who worked to build back. Population man from Bill, but He came to the house, and he said that they were scouted me. And probably come back to see me again in June. He did come back in June and took me in the ballgame. Cleveland splaining Yank ish. And then he went back to Cleveland. I got a telephone call that he was coming back. And you said to be back, probably around the world part of July. And we had a double head and, uh, in Newark and first game I played in the second game. I caught the train going in Chicago where the team was. And the next morning. I, uh, met with Mr Vick signed a contract and Became the first plane in the American League. It's a great moment, and you should be remembered forever for doing it. It was a great time for you. The Cleveland teammates. Some were okay about it Some word. Well, I guess shows is natural thing When you talk about segregation, and, uh Someone going to kept some not gonna trip. But an important thing is that you have to bypass certain concentrate on playing again. Baseball Because if you didn't polluting game of baseball world, then you wouldn't be there. So you kind of put that on the back burner And you knew because it's not likely going to something strange. You knew that there was segregation. You you would be shipped it and I think when we agreed more machine my life was when, uh you said, you and I are in this together. That certainly made it a little bit more comfortable when you first broke in and you're an outfielder. They didn't put you in the outfield. I think first base second base was your first position in the big leagues. My first game was they pleaded double head in Chicago, the first game pension and struck out in the second game out, played first base for nine innings, and that's the only game I played the whole year. This time I was doing a lot of pension would go. It wasn't accustomed to. You have never done it before. You know, High school and some are pro and Newell. You know, you can pour terms to get a chance to get a base hit the one time a little bit more difficult. Satchel Paige comes in 1948. And of course, he was older at that point, but he came in six and one for the Cleveland Indians. And you guys winning a playoff with the Red Sox. And But for Satchel, it wouldn't have happened. So what was satchel like when he got in? And what did you think she actually is? No question A great picture because, you know, we play the instrument, Negro least and certain 1946 when we won the, uh Bigger leap entered new giggles, gesture cancer. The monarch would beat him two games and we knew, you know he was a great picture. And of course when you came to since September, uh, 48, he won six ball game like you see in lost one. There's no question in my mind that, uh, Decker said before it has been 37. You've just seen a Brill's After play Union actually been 47. You still will. You know, it did. A great job was a great picture and You know, a room mission? You know he was he had He was kind of a funny guy. You know a lot of things that he did that. Was he thought it was funny. Some of them I thought was funny. And from how I didn't think was that funny? Well, I'm so glad we have that sound with Larry Doby. Is it As I said, the raft that's gold. I guess if you room with Satchel Paige was the old rooming with his suitcase, probably because he was out there. Migrated. Have Larry Doby on a very special day. Carrie Crowley joins Bill and I carry. Good morning. How are you doing Well, Marty caught the flight from Phoenix this morning. So we're all set to go back in the Bay area and back for the final home stand before the All Star break. So we have a little bit of Giants news this morning Mark Sanchez, back from Santa Cruz and Maria Gorda to have put something out on Twitter. Yes, Sammy Long is headed to the 10 Day injured list with the lower back sprain or lower back strain, I should say. And so, the Giants have recalled Chavez Trump from Triple A, So that gives them a little extra catching insurance, assuming that Buster Posey probably isn't going to be ready to go today, Although gate Catherine was all smiles post game last night after the Giants won, he said that poses injury was not a serious concern. It's possible that he could be available off the bench today..
"billy goodman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Com and welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you let me tell you a little bit about Marc Jacobs and he was with me back a couple years ago has written a working journalist for the past forty five years mark is a born and bred New Yorker over the years she has been employed by the New York magazine Rolling Stone esquire National Geographic among other publications is New York magazine piece night shifting for the hip fleet was adapted into the long running TV series taxi and in two thousand he wrote return of Superfly which served as the basis for the hit film American gangster Jacobson's most recent book is what we're gonna talk about tonight L. horse rider mark welcome back and how are things in New York you okay announcing the new Yorker dense George yeah I'm very happy to be on coast to coast and make me feel like a person not somebody well you are in you did a great job for me a couple years ago by the way I'm still getting emails about your yeah it's amazing we got a great audience and everything else but let's talk a little bit about bill Cooper you know he had been on our show years and years and years ago with art bell you know she I've seen a lot of clips of him at conferences where he gave speeches any key key came across as a pretty intelligent guy but then all of a sudden I think toward the latter part of his life I think he kind of flipped out or something but what can you tell us about this guy well and it's true he's a very intelligent guy and he was the the smart gun I mean and basically his basic careerist it's the perfect second half of the twentieth century I mean this is really a man of his times born in nineteen forty three he died six weeks after nine eleven which she's probably most famous for actually predicting will display his followers believe he predicted it and he actually in order to make them make a good case and I believe it in one of these broadcasts few months before nine eleven he said something horrible is going to happen to this country and in a bit blame it on Osama bin laden which is basically what happened so you know he and then six weeks later he was shot dead in his house and he also predicted that the gonna come up here in the lives of our top of the hill in Arizona and they didn't come up here in Missouri and shoot me dead on my front doorstep and in fact on the night of November fifth two thousand one the police the Apache county sheriff did come up to his house and shoot him dead on his front doorstep in about five minutes after midnight so he's pretty close now he had wounded he's yet he had shot the deputy in the head Denis we did and that person never really recovered from that that's not usually mentioned in the in the collection but you know because the group was kind of like a sink of you know over the years the majority now almost two years since this book came out but he remains as popular as he ever was probably more so and he's considered to be the father of what we generally refer to as the troop movements and he's the man he really is I mean there are others who are pretenders but nobody can compete with Cooper basically because of that book which is which is sold over three hundred thousand copies which is amazing sounding number yeah I wish the lord will need to and and considering the your book is never never really gotten a fair merchandising single for a long time that book was the most stolen book in the history of Barnes and noble most shoplifted book wow you couldn't buy it it wasn't on the shelf in the land of it wasn't later and probably probably one of the main main attraction of the cook political is that the hold up hello Flanagan was the old Taylor was the number one read the book in the prison system and in the east coast yeah they love it you know I still get calls from people during open lines every once in a while ago about bill Cooper he thought he was being personally targeted by then president Bill Clinton and the Internal Revenue Service and I guess he was charged with tax evasion that's why the deputies went to get him and I'm not sure exactly not that's actually not accurate why were they why why would they have been together because he he threatened the net the town doctor the week before that I mean somebody he was as you say you did come up with that near the end or he was not acting he wasn't acting right it was acting a radically let's assume that but he's up there on top of this mountain during his short wave radio show who may be used to claim we have millions of audience of millions of people listen to him but I think is really in the end it was more like figure it wasn't that many people listening to employees he's kind of semi insane his wife left him taking his children is up there by himself he's a he's a he's a downing turning now you know I'm not a bottle of Jack Daniels per day and he's doing a radio show and doing it he was a general listen to him he's fantastic on the radio and William masters will form is good form of anybody know yet when he didn't use profanity I mean he he he would get out of control sometimes our world you know I think if you listen to these podcasts which are all available on the hour of the time website you know you have these really long gaps in which time he wouldn't really show and according to everybody that I talk to you that was when he was on a vendor would come back and he'd be great community reporting on Waco for instance where you actually went is there anything you'll ever hear about that yeah I mean he's there he's on the team is doing this newscast right and yeah he's doing that with our moral Waco which nobody else would do certainly nobody in the mainstream media and thank you really provided a great service and then either minimum because the world Mister Cooper was no and you know what people you still get it email that but I mean I get the phone calls of people call me or email me and ask me like what was built like about that you know what we think about the cold in nineteen well you think about the problem because I am going on now and you know the guy's been dead well the twenty years I don't know what it is thanks but I mean eleven spirit from you know I can borrow from everything I know about a one hundred might have felt he'd probably say I told you that you fill up for most of the mind of many people he is didn't Tim McVeigh the Oklahoma City bomber listen to him religiously wow you look well religiously unaffiliated with and Leslie according to Cooper why wouldn't be the fifty gray actually visit the coupon shortly before the Oklahoma City bombing and I had a long conversation with him because he wanted he kind of wanted Cooper's blessing or his advice about what to do whether or not you should go through with it without actually telling Cooper would be complaining and doing and yes for who well if you got stopped by the police and you were breaking up hello one three what would you do the Cooper said well I would just help me help me I will give you with a set you wouldn't figure it out with them or anything like that there's not one of the most critical wouldn't know because when I'm giving up so and in fact when committed very was apprehended the people who know about this kind of stuff he irv came out and he actually gave himself up even though he had a gun in the basement and we got the one that you get because you don't you don't make it happen the vehicle with no license no license plate on it that's what guys like you want to give up on the roof of a good way to do it right so you know it's the anyway you know we've been out of of pop culture but in a way that is very interesting you know and I write a lot about his perfect over the hip hop community and and how you name the lap of the nineteen nineties they're all quoting bill Krueger from current clan to pop will resume you know everybody you know all the big deal Busta rhymes they all will bill Cooper fans welcome one got me interested in the topic of unanswered what why is these these these new York's returns yeah the winter into a guy a big fat guy that was in top of a mountain in Arizona in and then you kind of dig into it and it became a very the family of services before the reporting job you know many thanks for your job to get that way if you probably know but this one has a special energy Clifton correction and this seems to be some confusion mark whether you know he was in the military what he did he claimed that he was in the Air Force the navy you high up are in rank others say that they checked into it and he wasn't he was like a petty officer or something what one what he was not understand the bill Cooper had one enemy including George laughs my buddy will put your body after the vocals who Cooper and he said most of it all three factors hi Emily you are both conceptually where you first breaks out he broke out of no where you know the unlike if you know the local community is pretty hello I'm here to look up a little hello and people don't you know yeah it's very tight very polite and very kind of like you know degree of suspicion level now you wanna put it I mean you know more about it than I do but you know then all the pundits Cooper guy shows up and he's claiming that he has he slowly papers when he was working for an admiral in the critically and you know the list of you know because all the papers you never produces the papers and he has a fantastic really one of the all time great citing we will be all five your phone while he was stationed on a submarine that over them and then stop building coal water and came back out again still good and the way he told it it's fantastic I mean you know it's still down here welcome back if I could see the great you know he's going to talk bill and then you know them that was lower and realism who so a lot of people got really mad and he's a very grapefruit personality right yeah people were we were really nice guy like John we'll have those doubts about those who so I'm gonna lose it when the night is because you run across the lake and you know in the old people even like we've been aided in mobile's got his group of because he was getting a lot of clay and remember Billy Goodman yeah you could let me show time in right taking a lot of the error in the room hello hopefully where the paper bill Cooper come from but you know in all my research I believe his military military recognized I think in the back of the book is correct did you ever change his views on your false mark I mean being the staunch believer and then did he change later.
"billy goodman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ten thirty two people on they want to speak to care I can speak to get AB term are warm and have but you you people have to wait till I have them on my show to be able to speak to him let's see who will be first it will be Tim Tim a log cabin area to you I am a little tidbits out again when I was a little kid the Celtics used to play a double header is on Friday I want a nation and the first game with status six would be the Knicks against the it out via our national goal lower than it was before the seventy sixes that game without at six in the south we've come come on eight thirty get two for one and then that yeah I remember that very well and I think it was the Philadelphia warriors right on a sad at six and all the teams that young girl during the season the Celtics had about each team at eight games with a plate and neutral sites like this out there someplace how many in Cleveland and they did that to promote the legal member that yes I do yeah well as you you have to remember too that way back then only ten teams night in the NBA and the it with the league was a lot smaller than some would argue that it was better and then it is now and and is it some people will say and I think rightfully so that it may dilute some of the talent because of so much expansion I think there's a would be too much expansion and I know it's right now I only waited too much I have another ticket in baseball in the early sixties when the angels came in and the twins came in and and they had brought sixty one sixty two I think I stopped at sixty two they are two all star games one I want you know I want it August known members that is yeah it started in fifty nine actually and that was to read and I raise more money for the for the players' pension plan and that's kinda it stopped and I'm glad because it kind of took away from the glamour of the all star game that's what I don't like inter league play because back then and in the World Series it was always something special when a Willie Mays who played for the giants would face a Whitey Ford or and Ernie banks and I Hank Aaron would would would face avoid well how many American only and that doesn't exist anymore I am because of interleague play out there was always that way it's just something special back then and when they started it the inter league play it was great for maybe a year or two but now it's all happened I I'm not a fan of it I never liked it the luster wore off real fast yeah it did because they are well degraded sweat up a home run to join a callous and and New York when that lost the all star game yes boys and their bore you bring in bag great names that Dick read it's I had a chance to meet and interview him one night he was involved in some kind of promotion that at children's hospital and we were working at that time with children's hospital on and and read is in the studio and I sure cans with them and after we got through with the interview they used to call on the monster and I know was big there's no no question yeah sure cancel them and I said you know what you're not such a bad monster after all yet another one can my grandfather told me back in the World War two day is simply this way trouble had as one was sat eight AM morning excellence I wanted excellence at around three thirty that I don't remember yeah I don't know I know that they start eight o'clock in the morning is static because of the war and they painted a gold dome was painted gray I remember double headers certainly and I remember ladies day on Saturday afternoon one ladies could get in for fifty cents and and I remember not whole gangs could get in on Saturdays for a cheaper price and those kind of things they they just staying there and anymore a man they don't want anybody in in the sixty seven there was a guilty engine the sign in center field we use a human that ins and watch the game for the up and up well that was that was my first year in Boston yeah you will be used in M. Buck printing as well right and it's only at the your update to walk into and you are with me longer girl do you want out there right now yeah in a galaxy far far away I was all it was a great time yep yep baka box seat was three dollars and fifty cents or watch P. Runnels right shop heal up P. Runnels Chuck showing Billy Goodman will somebody mammal some via Wilson yeah in fact we talk about Bob Bob wharf but I think girl Wilson was Bob will a Bob wills first client if there is one song wolf was not an attorney here in Boston every year that was the first client that bobblehead in the book what what I've no nation in the person it was a book about Wilson they said they got him drunk on a Saturday night and then they all went to bed on the other team in a place you know hit a the person who wrote the book is wrong I was a sports and not as a little kid it was a Tuesday every Tuesday night so what time the red Sox used to be on channel whatever was channel five or six well they just put out one channel five right we've heard about agent much TV Curt Gowdy Ned might not Gleason and a news to be in that little teeny booth however that is where the Braves on in the middle of season now that yeah but Hey guarantees a Canadian their homeland contest with Dicks do it in a garret one around that Stuart doctor Strangelove forty to sixty six all right they got and then finally what was the right you know Wilson did thrown over here I was on a Tuesday night and do not believe it to see through how many eighty eight and hit a home run yeah we'll get it won the game the two run Homer to nap and I remember that like yesterday imagine you know who else picture only showing eighty eight pitches to get into the ninth inning and win the game that's that's nine less than Donna Larson Jr women in the World Series how about that and boy he a liberal melon the and the airway how about that yeah that that was his senior phrase he went on later on this week in baseball during the nineties and I was yeah all right guys have a good night thank you for sharing mass Medicare by right right right happy new year and here comes Harry from Georgetown hello Harry hello good morning my name and good morning can good morning good morning I just going to say I was coming home from school in nineteen fifty six at about three o'clock and I turned on a small ten inch TV and I saw a real three innings of done last in the game I don't know what channel carried it it was black and white TV very tiny screen but most people can really say it because most places where you can have a television yeah so one of our allies Dallas County interesting I don't follow baseball closely you know the Dodgers beat the Yankees a year earlier and then the Yankees came back and won them but finally the Yankees met their match in nineteen sixty and in nineteen single member of yeah never forget that world servers yeah well in nineteen sixty I was working in an office so it was a different environment but still they didn't have any televisions in the office because you needed to have the unit and then you have to have an antenna and everything so what would happen is guys from all over the place would we set up a graph with ten numbers on one side and ten numbers across the bottom so the yeah I had a hundred different combinations and each person would put it back in the pool and then what would happen is the the score at the three innings that person would win twenty five dollars to score after after six innings with you maybe be a different number could be the same one and then finally at the end and is that if the person would maybe when the whole pool are they went to extra innings you can only get twenty five and that being twenty five for the experience and the interest in offices at that time Alfa baseball is so great because it was still in the afternoon and I really think you know the night games and I'm really hurt the the popularity of the game that's right I definitely agree with that definitely and I remember that World Series very well Yankee sure one answers I'm sorry yeah in order to win that yeah I can remember sitting my my aunt and uncle owned a restaurant in Rochester at the time and I can remember sitting in that restaurant eating a hamburger and a fellow named Bobby Richardson in the third game in a grand slam home run to help Pittsburgh I was I was screaming over everybody in the restaurant I knew that that that that happened because I wasn't screaming salon wow but I'll always remember that best hamburger I ever had Bobby Richardson thank you doesn't matter they're asking that the home run in the last game you know and and I guess they're going to have big celebrations and it's spring this year because of the sixtieth anniversary well they I mean they deserve what they were good ball club but I just thought the Yankees were better and make sure to one well I think the Yankees out of school and what fifty five to twenty five or something it was a huge difference yeah because every time the Yankees won they'd win by like spy member there at that they lost the first game six to four and the next day they turn around and they won sixteen to three and and then they went to New York and they and they won tendon nothing and Casey Stengel blamed himself because he said later he should have started Whitey Ford on the opening game and he started for whatever reason he started a guy named art Ditmar he he he blamed himself for the Yankees losing that World Series because if he had started Whitey Ford in the first game he would have been available for three games in center just threw it out yeah you're right you're absolutely right well it can enjoy able Teigen with you is there anything else I don't even like to ask me to brother prince Harry thank you for calling and happy new year it's nice talking with you and let you take care yep you too bye bye right all right and Paul will get to you after these messages here on W. D. C. one more one forty six temperature forty six the Morgan show on WBZ news radio ten thirty okay honey I cleared out my whole day to lease a car the whole day yeah first we need to study out I.
"billy goodman" Discussed on KTRH
"Welcome back to coast to coast and by the way really soon we're gonna start putting some my information on the coast to coast AM dot com website for ghost to ghost our Halloween night show which will be on a Monday should be a Friday but it's going to be on Monday and those of you who have incredible ghost stories right in just follow the information and the instructions on the website and then there's a good possibility that the Tom will call you so you can get your place in line I mean we're gonna it's gonna be open lines for almost the entire program with ghost girls but to ensure that you get the and we will call you so just pay attention to the website Lexell haven't posted and then send in your stories let's go to the phones now Mel is in Mojave Desert that's in California welcome to the show Melham thanks for holding good evening Mister Laurie are you find hope you are too yeah I'm doing well open line night I either have a question or I can always tell you a story what or both well we'll see if we got time back in the late eighties I used to work contract security out here on one of our larger military bases out in the desert and we would be so far out it was hard to get radio reception at the time but I could pick up a Mister Billy Goodman out of Las Vegas he was one of the first a that's what I wanted I've been dying to talk to you about this for a few months I wanted to know if you knew him and if you could explain or give any veracity to the way I perceived it all of a sudden he was just off the air one night and he was touching on some pretty sensitive subject matter that week and I just wonder if you could shed any light on that or if you knew in of course and if his old shows were available anywhere I've hunted and hunted and can't find any I did not know him personally okay I had heard of him in in he get all outside of long John Knebel added to your cool I I believe was really the the grandfather of the genre Billy did a lot of this in Las Vegas and I never felt he got enough credit for some of the beginning things that were talked in the late eighties that's twenty five plus years ago now and he was bringing up a lot of things were still talking about you know the builder burgers this that and the other the back then you gotta imagine if you were touching in some certain areas just mentioned in those names you know absolutely in the end but I don't know about him being yanked offer if something happened to where I went into work the next night I had to go way out in the range again and I tried to any man it was classical music well now on there are some parts of his shows on you too I have caught some of those okay good I've tried you can imagine when he was a pioneer used actually I get off work in time it was pretty late at night is still would run into the night and sometimes like to get off and get back in the town where I live and was able to call and thankfully a look back on that good memories you know and I got to talk to him a bit he passed away I think a couple years ago not to long ago yeah he had colon cancer what not yeah yeah but I just never felt he got enough credit you know it's kind of one of the loss figures in there and life in well he does here yeah yeah and with me you know and I I know yeah John Lear on the show back he had he had a long he was he was the forefront of this entire field think of the name right now the guy that broke the area fifty one story Bob Lazar go he was on a show and what not yeah and I had a question for you when you were down a contact in the desert did you happen to hear any people of live may be down in that area talk of anything beside you uncles of course like strange animal encounters yes absolutely I'll tell you about that the off the radio here as you listen but the yes a somewhere in the desert they talked about to put copper looking creatures of that were there in and I'm gonna tell you when you're out in the desert Joshua tree is a gorgeous area you look at the stars it's kind of it's kind of eerie I mean you're out there it's quiet the only people out there are the people attending the conference outside of some campers and people like that who you know will drive there are visa and and just patch and stay there but the yeah they talked about some strange animals like that too Hey thanks for the call Mike in Ohio welcome to the program Hey Michael go ahead morning George are you doing I will go talk to find the voting systematic talking about before yeah but using the eight C. H. banking system to tabulate the votes I mean I just want to talk if there's anybody interested in that are like a little working group so explore that yes for that is bad the Heris she's in action your doctor about that center an email through our website which you can find by just searching for her name at coast to coast am dot com you for you to use your Hey what's scarier than black eyed children David Politis is on the stories of people disappearing in the parks no no black guy wow yeah I'll give you that thanks very good this year I think maybe Friday will do some open lines on clown the stories and what people are seen around the country that would be great we have a text we have a a tweet what do you have Tom clowns definitely so this is a tweet it's from John George I know you like to remain neutral but come clean who are you endorsing from I'm not I I'm simply not endorsing I'm not voting for the presidency I don't think newspeople and journalists or hosts should be voting I'd I'd I I'm not biased at all and I'm nonpartisan you know I get emails Tom listen to this in you know and if I have somebody on who trashes Donald Trump I get blamed for being a Hillary supporter I right I know and if I have someone on who trashes Hillary I get blamed for being about a couple of those yeah of course you can't win I try to present the views and balance it is much as I can as much as I can most radio shows lean towards the right it's just the way it is they had a your American.
"billy goodman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Our common medium size missile Kerry's, Ken mega tones or one hundred times destructive power of here Shema before we start getting into. Right. Koreans are developed is an atom bomb. Yes. The pictures if anybody research, researches it after the explosion that destroyed, most of ear Shema and Nagasaki, but the radiation cloud, and they affect a radiation lasted for years. What is your point? The point is if we allow the Koreans they have a million soldiers to develop one in get a missile. They'll probably choir it. I don't know whether they would just fired into South Korea, or are they would fired a little farther, that blows, of course, the whole North Korean poorest will start to move into South Korea. All right. We've got to hold it there. Thank you. Yes. I, I know the way it may go. We all know what the risk is. Glad I'm not living in Seoul, say that much. Because that would certainly be the target, they'd certainly fired soul. Boy, that would be an important patriot shot, wouldn't it? Here. She comes. Yes, sir. Fire? The whole battery on the toll free line, you're on the air. Wanting to call you for a long time day. You about a guy that used to have a radio poke from Las Vegas. His name was Billy Goodman. And it was a lot about fine young. He did a show like that some years ago now and it's my understanding while he bounces back Las Vegas every now and then but he was back on the east coast somewhere up in the northeast. And then there was another another thing. One time I heard you was years ago. And you were talking about talking about ghost. Yes. I think it was in. Sure was. See her you tried I tried to as a matter of fact, she invited me to said she was having a regular visit from a ghost. She gave me or number I talked to her at that number. And then when I when it came up to the weekend when I was going to go down there, and I sure it was her phone. Didn't exist anymore. You know, I, I called to make the final arrangements, and that's right, Interphone didn't exist. So you tell me. I just don't know. But I just I didn't get to hear all of it and all these years, I wondered exactly. I tried to go mem-. I tried. All right. Thank you very much. Yes, I tried to go. Because if there are ghosts. And if they are the departed that obviously proves that there is something beyond this life. It's not a trivial discovery. So I wanted to see for myself. On the wildcard line. You're on the air. Good morning. Hi. Business about the commission that's been coming up on your show little bit. What about it? Regardless of whether or not there's a it's a over out conspiracy there. There was something interesting, written by a professor named Samuel Huntington conspiracy. If you want to know what the trilateral commission is doing right to them. And they will they will. But there was something kinda disturbing that was written about suggesting press censorship and seemed to be suggesting something close to that. And I'm not I'm not going to try to a lot of different people involved with. Viewpoints. But I, I do see where some of the concerns can be could be coming from. Well anyways, I just wanted to call up and say that to me Narin by. I don't know. They're out in the open about what they do about what they want. That much is true. Everybody thinks it some great big conspiracy. It's not. It's very much in the open. They'll tell you exactly what they're doing. Right to try it yourself on the wildcard line. You're on the air. Indeed. It goes well. Ask you some things. I'm wondering I've been listening to check harder. You know, when you had that lightning storm switched channels on you. Coming up with some pretty good staff. Our hope you know, you, you get some of these people, he's interviewing on, like read, great, great interview with him. I think harder over the edge, and has been for quite a while. Yes, sir. I do. I listened I listened to the jug harder. Nafta hate show for months and months and months and months and got to the point where I thought it was absolutely ridiculous. Until recently just this week, but he did bring to my attention that piece in the economist, and there is some major allegations of that piece all your listeners to, to pick up. The, the economist is very right? Reputable publication is all over Europe. European magazine. Art. Yes. I know. Is being suppressed in the United States? It's outrageous. It is outrageous. Our our journalists are bought in paid for none. Reporting on this story. Art. Well, I think that our journalists are probably more believe it or not conservative, vice sometime in Europe. And they thrive you think we have a lot of scandal here, they live on scandal. I mean, they're on scandal overload in Europe. But, you know, when you've got four three. In with the Clinton body count it smells. All right. All right. Thank you. I the Clinton body count. Now what the hell does that mean you can take anybody as far as I'm concerned, and establish a body count around them? Anybody anybody, let's say would for example, head major corporation. I would bet you that you could begin documenting a body count around that person people who have something to do with that business, who died people who've committed suicide. There's a lot of suicides in this country. And I'm not saying there's not something to this whole Clinton story. I'm just not saying it's it's automatic that there is nor have I seen proof that there is. So I don't know. I'm kind of hesitant about all that sort of stuff. And I guess, on from zuri on that one on the wildcard line. You're on the air. Hello. Hello. How're you doing just fine? We're listening to you w. Okay. With. All right. Interesting guy, both graduates of. I found a lot of that, but found that there were some funny things that they tended to do that made you feel guilty and like you should contribute more time and more money to their cause though. Mo all religions kind of do that. Reeked of eastern brainwashing or something, I've found an awful lot of Scientology to be a lot the same way. But I'll tell you some of the most dramatic changes in my life came out of some views that I conjured from reading Dianetic. My view is that there probably is something designed holiday as, as a science. I don't know that I think of it very much as a religion, I think of Scientology more as a science tends to get a little confusing. If you wanna look at it as a religion as a science as a useful tool, I think, for some, you know, psychological, shortcomings, or questions or need, I think, quite helpful. It's been for me anyway, so. I really want to thank you a lot for putting that fell on a couple of others. That you've done recently, we still listen to you every day which we could get intellect quicker. Well, I'm glad you made it. Thank you. Thank you. Take care from San Jose..