17 Burst results for "Bob Land"
"bob land" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Fondly. Yes i remember Quite a few fondly. And dave is going to have a jog my memory when i was a kid. I shopped. It also licorice pizza moby disk. We had a great great story called moby disc and then the warehouse in using plus where are our chains but there was also ticketmaster in the warehouse. Or i think it might have been in music. Plus a lot of time was spent their my local stores. Now record trader time-warp. Those are the ones near me. I don't go in often anymore. But the record collector. There was a one melrose that i used to go when we were in college. Was it atoms. Do you remember errands errands. Aaron's errands records yes. I used to go there in college a lot. I'll ecstasy records and t c very good very good hollywood. Your all time favorite cover song was. I was trying to pair this down to the very last minute right before i got hurt yourself to just one. We've already established that we're bending the rules for you. Thank you okay. I'll say them fast. I don't take up so much of your time but the first one that came to me. I love duran's cover fame and any of their david bowie covers. I really enjoy erasure. Did a lot of abba songs. Which i really like brush has done quite a few covers. mark ronson and amy. Wine house did a cover a valerie than that is really great and basically rollers. I only wanna be with you. Was that Dusty springfield and last. What's funny peace and understanding elvis costello which was an close on exactly in for years. I didn't even know it was a cover until after benjamin. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah well actually as i mentioned. Rem's my favorite band. I have been called superman this from lice rich pageant. Great song rem. Well there's a cover song. I didn't realize it was a cover song at the time which is always fun. This was by ban called the click from dallas. I believe or houston houston texas. So i still have this. However i opened it up because you know it's like thirty years old you can't tell but it is. It is warped it's just it is just not there it is. It's i did not take. I took it survived a lot but It did not survive like being in my garage for for. I will never throw that away but it's still brings me great joy. That's a great pick because that is a really good song. And i also for a long time didn't know it was a cover either especially you know an obscure artists like that. You didn't know at least with nick. Lowe people heard nick loeb click. It was almost like a hidden song. Too i remember on lice. Rich past like the album was over. And then maybe like five seconds five to ten seconds of silence and then all of a sudden this other song came honors. It was kind of before has hidden. Ram hit back. Almost i was gonna say they kinda were forerunners of that trend. Because in the nineties the hidden track was all the rage. Yeah that was always a thing. Can i got dave. that's it. I i pick one. I know you to go. You can't just pick one so yeah okay sorry. I blanked on the rush sons. But it's Heartful assault and the secret is actually really really. Good wow i should've never. Yeah so definitely worth checking out so okay. Sorry for for. Oh no no problem. Palm the seekers great tune. You got your simpson's who poster in the background. I love my favorite show. My favorite band together again awesome. You're like you're like p like brothers separated at birth. I think so. Pretty much i mean. I even have a sticker on the side of my car. Where it's the it's basically the who from the simpsons but homers in the air with the mop on his head. Doing the windmill right. That's great guys. Thanks so much for being on what social media contact you want to share as far as each of you and the the show twitter instagram. All that stuff facebook. no no. this is holidays department. I'll is our social media person who thrives in the drives our social media presence so they could away holly a bank as well so. Wdm podcast is our website. You can find us on social media. facebook instagram twitter. Wd im podcast. We have a youtube channel. You just have to search. For what difference does it make podcast. We do lots of outtakes from from every show. Dave have. I missed anything. New episodes every friday new episodes every friday. Yeah we're we've been pretty good about that. So that's yeah. I think that cover everything. Yeah and thing we share cast also does new episodes every friday. So we're friday. Friday buddies friday always on mind another bowie cover song right last week to the back to the cure to the curious goes awesome here. You're you're in arrested development fan. You must be right. Yes okay. Because i saw you had bob's blog. I like this guy. Better know that this arrested development reference. Bob laws bob. Laws bob law blog. Bob's law blog bla-bla-bla. There is always money on the banana. Stan made a huge mistake. I've said that to myself more than once since i started editing. Especially yeah well. this is really fun. I enjoyed this quite a bit and Also is great. Like i said the episode. I've already listened to three and going back and trying to catch up on some of the other episodes but I love the guests that you have on and that the whole eighties focus early eighties. Especially that's just. I just love it i love it thank you thank you. Thank you for having us on lot of fun. A lot of fun and folks give them listen. What differences that make. Check it out. Great show guys. We will see again soon. Thanks for being on great. Thanks a lot care and okay so we had a good talk with Planned it is. Bob bland's not bob lands like for disneyland. This is around yes. Bland is the host of the bendon coup podcast and we were very happy to be his guests up after chart with other people. That are is what they're up to learn a little bit about them. If people wanna learn more about what differences to make what should they do. Holly check us out on youtube. We are hosting daily news segments outtakes from a lot of our interviews and you can find us on authorship media. Wdm cast if you are listening on your favorite podcast platform subscribe apple. Podcast subscribe and dora collect every friday. There's going to be a new. What start guest so until next time. This is dave jerky later over now. You've got the latest jam. Queued up the sound system cranked. But you're missing that extra element take it all the way to eleven listening to music is only half the journey our senses mingled to create unforgettable moments on the magazine podcast.
"bob land" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"I love how. You're like so randomly jaded. Might my guess what bob is optimistic about. And guess what. Bob is cynical about never tell we went through this. We now know that was ten. Bob land because we somebody who works in television on this show we had a we had a damn pilot we had two episodes. We had a cigarette. All we were we were thinking on. My memory is too and we were ready to go at the eleventh hour and that it's going to be on tv a month and then all of a sudden nope it's not goodbye. That's that's the way it works. There's no yes that's the way it works. But here's the thing is though guys if aid if we have. We're at the point where we have we. We wrote a show. We have this show. We've filmed the pilot it's great. We have some funding. We just make it for youtube. You know what. I mean like at this point. There's they're totally. Just we'll just sell produce it for social media they did. We don't need. We're not as dependent on some big studio. it'd be nice for it to be on netflix. Or whatever but if we don't have to abandon it at that point. That's what i'm saying that six thousand patrons we're going to do it. It's going to happen. It's just a matter of the details to beat her as per opportunity but There's no reason why we can't do it. We got studio know. Never get to success. Patriots what are we talking about. We will you can't bob. What only one way to you about that whole reality back you got. You got trying.
"bob land" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast
"She cannot get obesity off of her problem list. Which you can imagine has really mind is more annoying. Hers has serious implications absolutely dosage and everything and it is so difficult to get errors change and so by people seeing their notes. That must happen more often and so why so what about that. Why is it part of this. The deal with this six. Yeah i so. I mentioned a few minutes ago. April fifth twenty twenty one the day when everybody is going to have easier access to their full record we know from open notes research about patients finding errors in records that the reading them more that about twenty percent of people say they find an error or something wrong with the records and if you apply that number two now suddenly the whole country everyone who receive scares going to see. The records doesn't mean they're going to butt those who do. There's a chance that people will find something wrong or inaccurate and in the study of accurate they also said to their clinicians. Do you think with the patient. Said is accurate is actually an accurate and about half of what. The patients say are inaccurate. The clinicians agree. That's really serious. So so what is an inaccuracy so this work has by dr seagal bell. She's our leader in patient. Safety work and open notes. And so i'm just like a peon learning from her reading the papers. Now a coder and a future project for doing right now and so learning more. I'm not the expert. But i'm learning and when you look at what. Patients say is an inaccuracy. It can vary from something. Like oh they say i take this three hundred and fifty milligrams of this medication. But it's actually three hundred and this little but medication accurate to have the medication list. Accurate is so important. But it's it might seem little or there's the thing about the family history. Oh i said my mother had breast cancer. But you said it was my mother but really. It's my sister people. Having disagreements about the way that the person might say i disagree with what the physical exam and that they're saying may weight was one hundred fifty. But really i think i'm hundred and twenty pounds. So is subjective or objective thing but then there's really important stuff that wrong side. Oh my left knee. I said my left knee hurt but they said it was my right knee and the wrong side of documentation is a big deal and that stuff goes unnoticed until the person the patient is reading the record. And you think about a doctor. They might have their eyes on a thousand charts. That really only have your eye on blunt chart and the expert on that chart. Yeah like disagreements around but there are things that are facts and things that are not so as we move into a new reality where people have easier access to this information. I think there will be more requests to update the record to remove thing and to be honest working. the open. space and knowing this federal mandate is coming soon. there are concerns from health systems. And the clinicians who are part of this rollout who are like. What are they gonna do their medical records department. Do we need to beef up person power to respond to these things who responds is the doctor who had the typo or is this a major disagreement and the care overall so for the most part. The things are minor. And it'll be like hey you should left knee. It should be right and the clinician will. You're right it is that was a typo my part or dictation errors or i hit the wrong drop down menu and they agree. The record should be accurate. But it's for the most part like little things like that are a big deal. But they're little things. Yeah but there's also so icy six different specialists that use three different systems and the idea of getting my my cardiac history off three different records is daunting anyway. All right so the one other thing that i wanted to talk to you about is the the behavioral health notes whether it's mental health or substance abuse notes. So what's happening with that. What's open notes in that. Those kinds of so there is research into the space of sharing mental health. Behavior health notes. Social work notes that. There's real research in that area if the original work in that space will start at at beth. Israel of course with steve. O neil he's he's our mental health liaison awesome if you went to open notes. That oregon found the mental health section. You'll see an overview of that as well as links to many published research papers. Now say we've we. The work was done at beth. Israel that steve o'neill figured out was that people made the notes. Part of the therapeutic reliant alliance between the patient and the clinician. They go over them together. The concern for many other mental of behavioral health clinicians as patients are gonna read this and get extra obsessed with certain things but really the way you and. I'm not a mental health professional. So this is what. I've learned from other folks work. But you're concerned about somebody who's obsessing or paranoid the note would say danny's thinking this but we discussed x. y. and z. We agreed together. This and in this note is a reminder that together we talked about this and he's gonna work on xyz so there becomes this kind of co production process in it and this work. The va veteran health veterans affairs health administration. They've been doing open notes long before open studied by us and they've been doing open notes and mental health for years and so there expert is a guy named steve dob shah and he's done a ton of published work in the space including a whole toolkit to help clinicians and patients work together for us. The notice part of the therapeutic process. So that's another person folks. And as given to this april fifth date those notes must also be shared as part of this federal rule. That keep mentioning. Yeah alright so wrapping up. What should i be asking you. That i'm not or what should we be talking about that. We've missed oh man. You told me to prepare for this. And i did not i would say what's next for things like open notes is a good one. There's actually a number of people. I've talked to who were helping shepherd as we get closer to this date. Were open notes as the law of the land. I'm putting quotes around that law the land and and to share what we've learned from working with at least two hundred and fifty organizations who flipped the switch and started to be open and then helping everybody else and there's thousands of health systems around the country. And so we've been open about that. But i've had folks say so when this is. How are you done researching. This is it over. No worse still researching this but in more nuanced ways. And then i'd say sometimes spinoff ways. So i mentioned our notes the idea of asics being involved and like adding and contributing to the now. They're having that voice in their set. Something we're doing. Something called our diagnosis. Which is i mentioned. Seagal bell the person who focuses on safety. But if say you're reading your note and then you find something that's incorrect. Like building a tool to click on that part of the left right in accuracy and then flagging what was wrong. So you in real time can say. Hey here's where it is. And it's done digitally so. We're working on a tool right now to pilot working with beth israel in boston children's it's going to be. I piloted at children's hospitals inherent involved and we're working with patient family advisory counselors on the language. Because if you're building a tool or patients are saying what's wrong. It needs to be in patient language. And we're doing that. In spanish to after the english version is and so our diagnosis were also working on a project around. Ehr hr proxy access. So i have access to my clinic. My patient portal. But if i'm really sick and brain cancer gets wild my proxy which is my husband brett. He might he'll be lugging but most patients do not share their eh or log in with their proxies usually what happens large majority of care partners will log in as the patient and then the dodgers fuse saying. Who's writing to me right now because clearly. This person who's not doing well at brain cancer is not writing this fully formed paragraph flung form. So we're we're working with three health systems around the country around their proxy portal registration rate. And then the communications tools. Around that i could keep going on the projects. We have going on relationships. Estimating yeah we're interested in advance care planning open notes. Were interested in social determinants of health. And there's a the effort by the office of the national coordinator for health. It to standardize. How social determinants are documented in the record but then the question is for folks who are of populations who various populations that. Have the social determinants being documented. How will they feel about reading those things about themselves in their record. How do we document that. In a way that is culturally appropriate. So that's another project for working. Oh wow skies. Eleven hats off. You're doing some amazing. Like i knew you were doing amazing work. But i didn't know the extent of it. It's one thing leads to the next and i'm also really proud. I'm also really proud that to be part of the team that the folks who lead this work stott to take a risk to hire someone. Who's a very loud patient advocate blue. We've got professors of medicine at harvard medical school on our team. And they're all the phd's and md's and also on and that in the meetings are like is this right. Liz and constantly bringing me in. And then i don't know if anyone else has done this in academic medicine and so i hope i want to continue to do a good job and that perhaps other really innovative researchers and folks working on solutions and healthcare think just like bakari on the board of governors and anointed. You that folks like us can win. The next innovative group comes around like let's get on our team and pay them to and continue to mentor them so they learn the for the entire time that they're really. Hey this is great. Thank you so much. We could talk for quite a bit longer but absolutely till next time next time there. You go to see you. And i'm glad you're doing so well and you're doing such amazing work. There's anything i can do for you. You know where i live. That's right thank you my goodness let me catch my breath. This shared her story from communication professional to patient. With a brain tumor to a student of brain tumors and self advocacy to advocacy for others to researcher to student of change management and most recently to community organizer clearly not a straight line but a burst of enthusiasm and activity. Many of my fellow patient caregiver activists awhile me with the depth and breadth of their work all while managing self care and caregiving. And just a second. I think jerry lynn. Bob land janice tough deep penny cowan freddie white johnson. Morgan gleason mike middlemen alexis snyder teresa. Right chanson mary-anne sterling casey quinlan. They all have similar stories and expertise. Their.
"bob land" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Was in favor of was in response to ships being bombed in the Straits of Hormuz and he was suggesting that naval targets in the Iranian navy be hit officials in Washington and Riyadh spent the day analyzing in satellite photos and other intelligence said indicated that Iranian weapons were used in the assault on Saudi Aramco facilities but they presented no new information that would conclusively show that Iran's erected directed launched the attack Saudi officials said led to a fifty percent reduction in oil production. US officials did reject claims by who three rebels in Yemen that they launched the strike they said it was too sophisticated and powerful for that but trump is for the moment withholding withholding his his judgment on whether in fact it was Iran Ron Trump said on Monday. I'm not looking to get into conflict but sometimes you have to ask what message wanted to send to Iran trump said I think I'll have a stronger message or maybe no message at all when we get the final results what we're looking at. There's no rush so trump is not rushing to go to war here. There seems to be contingent of the Republican Party that believes that he is and that I find weird. I've have yet to see the evidence that trump is desperate to mesh us serious foreign more Tulsi Gabbard Democratic presidential candidate who has not met any of the thresholds for remaining in the debate. She's an isolationist on foreign policy of course very close with Assad in Syria and has toured over there and has praised him in any case she went after trump suggesting that trump was prostituting the united it states out at the behest of the Saudis yesterday. President trump offered to place our military my brothers and sisters in uniform under the command of Prince Mohammad bin in some of the dictator of the Islamist Kingdom of Saudi Arabia your offering our military assets to the dictator of Saudi Arabia to us as he sees fit is a betrayal of my brothers and sisters in uniform who are ready to give our lives for our country not for the Islam as dictator of Saudi Audie Arabia my fellow service members and I we are not your prostitutes. You are not our pimp okay. I am not aware I am not aware anywhere here that trump offered to put our soldiers under commander Mohammad bin Salman Right. No one would be in favor of that including president trump. That's that's an insane contention and you can see the trump is not interested in going to war here. The truth is that the only solution maybe just muddle through and this is the under rated solution in American foreign policy policy. Everybody always wants a final answer to serious foreign policy questions. How can we make it to the terrorists are never threat again? The answer is you can't. How can you make Iran? It doesn't threaten the region well. Maybe you can may have to contain them. Maybe every day that there's not a full scale. War is a good day. Maybe every day that Iran is not multiplying its terrorist. Influence is a good day. Maybe every every day that Iran goes without the funds necessary to spread. It's cancerous tentacles throughout the Middle East is a good day. Maybe that maybe foreign policy is really about just maintaining. I know that's not romantic and it's not sexy but maybe that's really what foreign policy generally is and then you wait for opportunities to make a major push. Those opportunities are rare and maybe that opportunity is not what is happening right now. I think trump is actually demonstrating a fair bit of common sense here that I think is is well well worth it. Here's trump yesterday explaining listen and I haven't promised the Saudis that we're going to protect them and that at the same time he saying well. I'm not letting the Iranians know that we won't protect them because then that would obviously lead the Iranians Romanian to get more aggressive. I mean that that that's not wrong wilbur tech there. No I haven't no I haven't I haven't promised so it is that we have to sit down now with the Saudis at work something out and the Saudis want very much. I protect them but I say well. We have to work that was an attack on Saudi Arabia and there was an attack on us so now they're under attack and we will work something out with them but they also know that you know I'm not looking to get into new conflict but sometimes you have to president. Trump was talking with the Pentagon the Pentagon urging him not to get into who knew conflict in a message posted on twitter mark s for who's the defense secretary he he said that the United States military and other government agencies were quote working with our partners to address is this unprecedented attack and defend the international rules based order that is being undermined by Ron so there is this delicate dance that is being played one of the things that has to happen. Obviously the United States should work to strengthen Saudis capacity to defend itself against Iranian incursions otherwise it does put us on the hook every time Ron every time Saudi Arabia Arabia is in threat of invasion right. I mean that's how we ended up. In the first Gulf War. The United States should be working with four nations to flag their vessels United States should be providing escorts to foreign boats votes in the Straits of Hormuz Iran should know that we're not looking for all out war but if you fire on an internationally flagged vessel you will be fired upon and if you attempt to send drones runs into Saudi Arabia the Saudis should have the capacity to shoot down those drones and to retaliate in like fashion against Iranian military targets. That's deterrence is an aspect of foreign policy Z. There seems to be this weird binary view of American foreign policy where if the United States threatens force that that ends up meaning that we use force we threaten force like all the time in American Arken foreign policy and that is what is called deterrence the vast majority of cases deterrence is enough that most powerful military on planet earth who doesn't want war more than the United States Iran on because if Iran were to actually go to full scale war with the United States you know who ends up dead the Moas okay that is not a war that the Iranians WanNa fight now does that that means that the United States should want to fight that war of course not of course not I mean we have too many people in the region are basis are not sufficiently protected. We we are stretched militarily because of the Obama haircuts but with that said foreign policy is delicate balance of of the threat of the credible threat of aggression combined with a desire for diffusing situations and I think frankly that president trump has not done a bad job on this front at all and I think he continues to John Around. We need to keep the pressure up. We need to strengthen Saudi Arabia's. There's ability to defend itself from these sorts of incursions but we shouldn't be looking to go to all out war and I think frankly that is where president trump is at this point okay time for some things I like and then time for some things that I so things that I like today. There is a phenomenal series on Netflix a really first rate series on Netflix starring Sasha Baron Cohen who has it turns out can act in not just a comedic actor actually a good like actor actor. If the series is called the spy he plays a spy in. La Cohen Cohen was one of the most famous buys in Israeli history. He actually Charlie rose to become effectively deputy defense minister of Syria meant amazing story he infiltrated the government of Syria in the nineteen sixties and became so friendly with everybody that they elevated needed him to one of the top government positions. He was special defense advisor to the president of Syria in the middle of the Israeli Syrian conflict and his work was responsible for saving innumerable numeral Israeli lives. It's a it's a touching story. It's a tragic story. It's it's it's really really well done. Gideon Raff was the guy behind the original Israeli Israeli version of homeland created the series and Barron conscious a terrific job with it. Here's a little bit of the preview. Do you consider yourself the Patriots. I love this country might welcome to fuel guns. I need you to light your friends and family. Were Life. Would you do it. I will be working in contrast to to rescue life. which is the opportunity? Take from me. Deliver the life that my name my name is coming. I I mean it really is terrific. I mean I rate well produced beautiful beautiful looking tragic I it's I can't speak highly enough of the series. It really is Greg. Go check out this by one of the things that's great about this by is that it does make clear the stakes in the Middle East. Today is Israel's election. Here's the reality of Israel's election it does not matter who the Prime Minister of Israel Israel is the defense policy will be nearly precisely the same had the left in the United States and internationally would like to pretend that with Netanyahu not in power suddenly Israel is going to cut some sort of deal with terrorists. It ain't happening the left in Israel no longer exists Cocco von which is the the centrist party that is a center right party if not for the fact that Netanyahu because he is a power broker in Israeli politics and a power player and very maquiavelian had basically ousted former leaders inside his only could party the fact is that the Likud good coalition would be like ninety seats not sixty so we'll see how the elections shakeout tonight but this does raise the question of continued anti-semitism because this movie does show. There's one fantastic scene in which Elie Cohen is at the Syrian border and in a Syrian high ranking military officers explaining that killing civilians is totally worthwhile and necessary because each civilian that killed in Israel is killing a future soldier or soldier. They're looking like shooting farmers. It's it's a pretty telling moment. The the fact is that that is the Anti Semitism that Israel does face in the Middle East. They've always faced that in the Middle East. It's not going to abate anytime soon. The Israeli government knows it. The center knows it the right notes that the Israeli people know okay time for a quick thing that I hate so speaking of the continued prevalence of anti-semitism and the willingness to a bite on the left the women's March has gotten rid of some of its leaders so they finally got rid of Linda Sarsour. She is Bob Lands. Mallory Sarsour of course is a rabid anti Semite to Mukamal where he's a person who's paid homage to Louis Farrakhan repeatedly will now they've been replaced isn't that exciting and they've been replaced by a bunch of people who are basically justice terrible. There's one named Zara Blue Okay and turns out that Zara blue is just a civil rights lawyer and now a new head of the women's March she has some opinions on the Jews and it's not great. She's tweeted in favor of of KUZMA LA and Hamas. She's tweeted in favor. She accused the FBI of recruiting mentally. ILL YOUNG PEOPLE FOR ISIS K. She suggested that that Hamas us is superior to what you call apartheid Israel she says Israel's apartheid racist state which engage in terrorism against Palestinians just in case the Zionist didn't hear me so they're play some anti-semites with other anti Semites which is really exciting and solid stuff well done everybody. She actually tweeted out in two thousand fourteen. Blaming Hamas for firing rockets at apartheid Israel is like blaming a woman for punching her rapist KamAZ was Democrat is democratically elected to govern Palestine's Allison's..
"bob land" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Welcoming sedition of ESPN FCA. I'm down Thomas, joined by out of Moreno and shock. Hey slow, and we're also joined unfortunately without pay ya. Doc, one reason I came to work today, and that's to see that be time for this nonsense. The nation's the today to go taking on Netherlands, remember ports, you getting there after that three win against Switzerland to Shana or now with a hattrick in that game for the Dutch they had to go to extra time to beat the English. It was renowned against Van Dyke nothing happened. Really twenty eight minutes into this one loose elbow. Maybe from dance being a little bit of a chicken wing on my. Tia's. Licked. There is in full extension. There's an swinging the arm referee didn't even go to VR for it. Nothing giving second into the second half. And this is the only got one of the gang getting shot grits talks declared. The nice little nutmeg. Then a one to serve on the finish beat Tillerson for peace. Good how to keep. Probably should have done. Probably Provo should show. In its later, Memphis, depan with all give you the best chance of the Dutch. Heads it straight to portray CIO. He does well, and getting up high Memphis advisor clean headers good contact, but his right at route threes repatrations of making a comfortable say when this F from Alton to ruin is in the highlight it just shows you the quality this game. Yeah, I thought the Portuguese did relatives type of the Dutch midfield dot sums, it also this is in the highlight from lengthy on. Hey. Is that a show? What is this? Full what's happening here. Okay. Let's celebrate. Hey win by one go to now on right now. The nation's league trophy take a look at the stats. Let's face it sums up quite nicely really in the sense that coach, you very much deserving of this win for the Dutch. It was just the bet. It was a whole. But I have to say that for Portugal is say, comfortable way to play this is the way that they won. You're twenty sixteen. This is the way that they seem to advance in turnament in which they make things on comfortable for everybody else. And then you just have one or two guys that are difference makers mainly renowned on different days. Where are those most of the time is Renaldo and today, it was more of the same. I it was a team that press higher feel created so issues for the Netherlands and trying to regain possession of the ball, the Netherlands, were never good in transition. We're never threatened behind. I so therefore, it was very comfortable for Portugal, just to kind of take step forward. And from then on create those turnovers they carry the momentum of the game. They created whatever it is that we're on the game. There weren't that many, but they create whatever was out there. And I think in the end they deserve to win it for, for all the prisoners recycling young last semifinal. Billy mentioned him again. Sports. You're going to think that's testament to, to Portugal on hold good. They'd been not new in near as negative as win in two thousand sixteen or even against Switzerland a couple of days ago. I'm stifled stifled, the Dutch and in finish the Dutch front three was simply awful as good as Memphis depri- has been for for Leon. I don't think he offered anything to d- just hopeful balls into the bulks that didn't really seem to match the quality of the expectation from him. And then between between Bob land and big wine. Again, nothing Portuguese. And once you get the goal you're not going to break them down. I thought they were with you want us a gap, how big a deal is this support shingle. Well, I mean, I think it certainly is a big deal. Is it a World Cup? Is it a euro? No. Of course not. But when you look at this, when you look at the teams they had to go through to, to win this. Holland to get refined to get past Germany, and France. And England you're talking world champions or Germany will Cup semi-finalists Portugal bribes in some ways a bit of an easier road that they played Italy. They play Poland, Switzerland. And obviously know hauling the final that's the one four the drew two that's probably tougher run than they had to win the euros in two thousand sixteen..
"bob land" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Want to spell it because it's a little hard to catch verbally at C. A L M like calm down calm dot com. And Peter's the producer of movie called the Bob Bob land, which we're gonna talk about. But I want to say Kate, and Peter we will let you talk to don't worry. It's. But it is our show. Gosh, darn it. But I want you know, I'm getting on a plane to New York tomorrow. And as you were describing this up I was thinking, maybe I should download that. And listen to it on the plane. Yeah. So I'll check that out. I will report back. Do you think we should let Peter talk? Now, I think we should Peterson. Here's the question. You I want to ask you this. You are the producer of this new film. Baba land for com dot com. And apparently, it's an eight hour slow motion film about sleep. But the thing about sheep sheep. Not sleep Pence lead go together, by the way, it's billed as the dullest movie ever made. What is that about? How did you come up with that idea? Yeah. And if you're the guest we've ever had this interview is not going to last very long. So unlike the sheep you'd better. Five minutes. I'll be getting a poor job. Yeah. We came up with the idea because a lot of people use com dot com. As a way to help them get to sleep and one of the most popular features on conduct calmer their sleep stories or bedtime stories growing up. So we were we were chatting and talking, and we will what would be the ultimate, insomnia, cure and. One of the ideas suggested was an eight-hour slow motion movie about sheep. Which? Antidote to Hollywood action movies where movie like the Bourne supremacy, for example, average camera shot last about two seconds where we have camera shots over an hour long it consisted, eight hours. Cheap standing around in a field doing very little. So we we are billing it as you say as Dulles movie ever made and as we ultimate insomnia cure. So is it eight hour is significant that it's eight hours long, or did you get bored after eight hours you? The reason for eight hours. At course is because that's the number of hours. The we're we're supposed to sleep together. Good night, sleep. But director's cut was about twelve or thirteen hours. We really baffled the directed. Get it down to eight hours. So we may release. There's there's enough public. There's also a tray there. That's just under ninety seconds. You can find online by googling, blah, blah, blah. And so haven't got time to watch. Eight hours. We we've only released the trae there. We're going to do a world premiere of the movie. At a cinema in central London in the UK in September, probably mid September. We're also going to be doing a global webcast on the same day, which will be a world premier which will be on on conduct. Calm. So people across the world will be on to watch it. We inculcate nine invited to the world premiere because. You are certainly invited. That will be members of the cast attending. No, really great. Yes. There will be sheep exclusive, but you're invited. Ida should apparently are in London or two four to watch it online on conduct com. We we also hope it will have a future on TV. I mean, it's an example of the art show-me genre known is slow cinema. Which is you know, is is characterized by very long camera shots and general lack of thought or action. But it's also an example of the growing genre. Slow TV and. And a number of TV channels including net net flicks on the BBC and Darius channels in Scandinavia and Czech Republic. Are there is a growing appetite Chris TV long slow programs in which very little happens. We expect that after primaries. In the cinema and on com dot com that it will have a seat on TV. It may be on. Netflix. Dedicated. Wow. So so you you made this movie four com dot com. We haven't really delved into the company at all. So tell us about the company, Peter. Well, com dot com is a very fast growing meditation opposite as a number of as you noted a number of guided meditation programs have different lengths and on different being that you can. Enjoy is actually started by two British guys. But it's based in San Francisco. And it's yeah is growing very fast is the last month past ten million downloads. The company is growing will grow in revenue about three fold this year. So it's going to grow about three hundred percent is also just launched its first physical product last week, in fact, which is called sleep man alive. Anders sleep spray that you spray on your pillow. But what's unusual about is? Actually, it goes with you can what. While inhaling the lavender spray. You also listen to an accompanying sleep story or bedtime story on on on Londonders themes. So it's kind of new combination of a room therapy and audio audience therapy. Smell and sound help you. I mean, lots of people in Silicon Valley. I I'm sure you know, are doing all sorts of high tech things with virtual reality to create immersive experiences. But this is a very low tech new type of immersive experience combining. Yeah. Say smell in towns that you really so you you will go to sleep listening to a very slow relaxing story about lender and lavender fields and prolonged since other neurons well while inhaling. The special spray, which is scientifically proven to to help you relax and not off to sleep. So yeah, it's doing also is growing very fast. And it's and it's doing all sorts of innovative things. So I mean. Movie. And and I physically product examples of how it's starting to move from on online to offline into the real world. So it's gonna be occupying. Both scares the online on the world. I wanna bring this conversation back to the topic of sleep. We're talking with Peter Friedman. He's the producer of the new film baba land. It's B A B A if that reminds you of a sheep. Bob I land. It's an eight hour slow motion film. He made for calm dot com about sheep, and it's billed as the dullest movie ever made, and Peter what I want to ask you is you made the movie you said eight hours long because that's how much time we should be getting sleep. I'm guessing you have some statistics about how much time were actually getting sleep. I'm trying to get into hot. I that tens of millions of Americans to have serious problems and insomnia engine modern and growing epidemic. And. The statistics are pretty frightening. So most people are getting significantly less than that. Not one of them because see teams one of my big big towns. We also we did a survey see weeks ago to find out which day of the week. People had most difficulty sleeping on the runaway winner was Sunday. Three times as many people have trouble sleeping on a Sunday. As on any other day in the day. When people have trouble sleeping is. They're not us Thursday night. And reasons for those things are are connected to the reason people, well, there are a number of reasons people, find difficulty sleeping on Sunday night. But the biggest reason is they disrupt their routine they kind of go to bed late on a Friday. Need more on a Sunday On Saturday? And then they sleep in lace on a on a Sunday on a Saturday morning. And then by time against to Sunday night. They're not they're not tired. They're not sleepy. And then so they can't get to see then they start worrying about they can't get to sleep, and they get into a vicious vicious circle meeting by Thursday night. They just got back into their routine after spending a whole week getting back into the news. And then the weekend comes around again. So yes. Is a huge problem and. And that's why one of the reasons is growing so fast because people who've used both the meditation programs on the.
"bob land" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"And I told you I said guess who wrote it, and this guy's trying to tell me that then. You're a big bubble in fan. But Beijing from the first time that I heard that song listen, but if lie love it was a big hit in Britain. Which is where I'm pro. And and that I come to the United States and. The song was well known. And and I did a little research on bubbly. And I wanted to find out more about emended turned out. Of course, he'd written a great many wonderful songs. And this was just a tip of the iceberg. We started to buy a lot of a artist albums asong as he did. And be started by a lot of his work and really enjoyed it. Along with your wife. Exactly. Okay. And how was I supposed to know any of this? I don't care whether you know it at not. But the fact is if you've attack a man who you attack amends icon, he wasn't attacking. He was telling you, hey, did, you know phone at kind of suspicious to you're bringing it up. It had nothing to do with anything. I didn't know you're a Bob Lind fan any more than I knew that anything else about you. I just found this out just on happenstance. What were you going around the internet looking for crap on Bob land? You're trying to smear his name. Why would I wanna do that? I don't know. I'm giving you the answer. No. I by happenstance. I've found out the guy that wrote elusive butterfly of love came up with that point famous thing. He started a ball. That's pulled a knife stabbed him. I wasn't an established like just wanted to know that serious. I said you have to Bob Whitten with some bad boy stuff. And well, here's my answer the bad boy, and I showed him what shucking knife that used to use. What I worked at the raw down here. Shucking knife knife us to open up a Stor. Yeah. I said I've got I've done annoys too. I did I wouldn't I wasn't up. Hold on. You said you you got an Easter to open up. And it was me. Well, I you know, what I what I thought give to say was I've got an open up. And if you if you lying if you didn't say that. So the cops were called, right? You better believe got it. Police officer was gold and I was arrested for harassing threatening. Because I had a weapon, you know. What I'll I'm trying to say I study was very very unfriendly on neighborly thing to do..
"bob land" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"And I read the world weekly news. He said, I I like it. I like it very much. I said did you? No that that that boy. 'cause there was a picture that bad boy put on the screen for those of you who are watching Phil TV HD. There's batboy all that Jesus. That thing that thing I've seen everywhere if it's a phony baloney deal. Yeah. Obviously a lot of people don't know that they'll talk about the morons and read this. Okay. Well, that's what got me in trouble because they said to him boun you like the world weekly news very much. I said are you familiar with the bat boy? And he goes yet at the Mugunga kid, you know, slip to set you free. I said, you're right. I said that that whole concept of there. He is right there. And I saw a picture of the bad boy on the cover of the world weekly news. It was hidden a little bit behind some celery. This was we at nothing. No, Henry was laughing. No, I distinctly heard you laugh. It was hidden behind some celery. Maybe this was a world weekly news in your neighbors bag. Yes. I mean down beginning. Thank you say bag. No, I won't sit in your neighbors bag. It doesn't mean anything. It was at his grocery bag. That's accurate. It was grocery bag. I bite my mistakes grocery bag, right? And so I said, I'll look there's bad. Boy, I said, you know, the guy that wrote a lucid butterfly love. And that's when he sorta stopped and put the grocery bag down and looked at me and said, yeah, I said he came up with the idea. I started back backpedaling because I realized that I hit a nerve or something I had I had no idea that this guy was a pub Lynn fan that was the whole thing. This was a stone fan. Yeah. In like, a really big bob'll in San all, the guys music and had all the guys records and everything like that. And I said well Lynn came up with the idea for bad boy. And that's when this dude pulls out of his back pocket. A folding looks like one of these deep sea diving knives. Us. Yeah. That used to open up clams or something and he pulls out this backfire. What are you doing flav? Then he goes, I happen to think Bob Blin is one of the greatest songwriters of all time. And you want to spear him on my driveway, say your prayers say your prayers, and I said, wait a second. I can prove it to you. And I said watch and I got out my phone, and I went to pedia, and I then I we compete we compete and showed him. Entry. Yeah. You can see that. He was. And I said, you know, it's a toss up. Whether I call the cops on you. And he's all please, don't please don't we got him on the line right now. Dave flav, then you've got Dave on right now. Well, okay, no, hold on for minute. I want you understand. I don't mean that he's some kind of a wuss. I mean that he did start to cry. Let me get Dave here. Dave. Hi, it's Phil Henry welcome to our program, Mr. flamed in their four, well, then tell me what line is. Mr flavored. Hi slave. How are you, sir? On going anywhere. I suppose to land those. Hi, David Steen Willard. You guys are still got some bad blood going on. I think feels somehow. Explain this sexually. And I don't think he did. I explain to you what I need to I told you bet boy was written by Bob land. I didn't mean any you understand it bubbling in is written some four hundred dollars at all kinds of audit. Some of the biggest names in show business have done. His songs you understand that. Yes. I understand that you told me, and I looked it up everything you look it up and everything that you insist on telling me that he come up with this back. Boy, this freak this looked at the bag. I brought the magazine missed Henry because I got a couple of laughs out of it. I work very very hard. I drive a truck long distances. I get back to my my little cabin air in Nevada with my beautiful, wife and beautiful life. And I need a couple of laughs. So I go and I buy the world weekly news because they got that kid the ears that bet boy. Yeah. Okay. What about it?.
"bob land" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Now, the quote, unquote. Was it the the liberation of Palestine as she described? It isn't associated with any of those other things she made it up, ma'am. You made it up. I say my name is Tony cats. I say this to you. As clearly as the day is long you Hamad make that up. This is not true do not lie to the people of Indianapolis. Let's talk about however, just these few minutes of your very talk. That crowd was two hundred three hundred people and Muhammad spoke about the abuse and trauma that she and other people of color field because of white people if you're not aware of certain things, why people you're guilty by not being aware, which is very convenience. It's daily torture that she is experiencing from white people and white people are oppressors. My gosh who stayed. Who stayed? What was the purpose of the speech? How in any way, shape or form is that about women? The women's March has to answer a question. How is this speech about women? This speech is not about women or is about women's rights, nor is it about the political situation in the United States. This is an attack on people who are white who are in the crowd who did nothing wrong. But according to mine on the hot it just by being white. You are guilty. Well, that's wonderfully convenient sick and twisted wonderfully convenience women's March. Indiana responding to someone on Facebook said while we do not agree with the choice to name names speaker was referring to people organizations who actively encourage people not to attend our March this year while these folks do good work. Unfortunately, they have not been allies with our movement as of late due to circumstances outside our control who are these people. You'll notice that Mohammed. Decided to mention three groups by name to people one group Sheila Kennedy, sandy Sasso, and the J C R C J CRC is the Jewish community Relations Council, they've got places all over the country. They're right here in Indianapolis. Sandy Sasso is rabbi sandy Sasso. There's only one way to describe a rabbi Sassa, she's a liberal rabbi. I disagree with her on a multiplicity of subjects, but she came out in the Indianapolis business journal say she canopy part of the women's March this year, she has been another years because of the anti semitism of Linda Sarsour to make a Maori Carmen Perez. Bob land, we've spoken about this on the national level their friendship with Louis Farrakhan, referring to him as the greatest of all time and the lack of willingness to push him aside. That's sandy Sasso. Known anti-semites lead the women's March. She said, I can't be a part of it. And here is this woman to call her somebody who has monster rising, people of color, the other woman, she mentioned with Sheila Kennedy. You don't know unless you know, that the only three people and are groups she mentioned are all Jews. You know, unless you know. This is the conversation that was had at the women's March. And I'm supposed to do. What's take it? Seriously, the people in that crowd. They're supposed to feel somehow good about what happened. Here is this woman screaming at white people telling them they're guilty for what they've done or what they haven't done what they knew what they haven't known what they saw what they didn't see they're guilty for their existence. That has nothing to do with women. With women. And the only people she pointed out, we're juice. If the women's March of Indiana was tried to somehow push the idea there about women, and they're not just a group of anti-semites dam today. Do a terrible job. By the way, speaking of not being about women. Shelley FitzGerald is there. She actually gave the keynote. She's the wrong colleague councilor. What the hell were you doing around these people? Shelly. You don't like bigotry, you don't like being called out because quote, unquote, you you're different and different. But, but you you you live the way you choose. You don't you don't you think that's wrong from an employer perspective? But you're okay. With being the keynote speaker at a at a March and a rally that basically push that same exact theory. Shelly congratulations. You're not activist. And you did it all wrong. Matt bear with traffic right now. Let's going on that bound sixty nine a little bit slow hundred sixth street down to four sixty five as do. With the pickup truck fire in pike down on the northwest side. Northbound four sixty five staff and go traffic right before seventy first street because of the vehicle fire and traffic lights, not working in a couple of places thirtieth and central and ninety I three at north Meridian they're flashing red in all directions. Four waste of until we get fixed. I'm Ed bear. With traffic on the FIS..
"bob land" Discussed on KOMO
"Welcome back to America in the morning thirteen before the hour. The women's March is taking place tomorrow morning in Washington DC. It's one of more than one hundred women's marches planned across the nation. The national organization has been under the microscope in recent weeks because of allegations are Steve Kastenbaum explores across the country this weekend, dozens of large women's marches will be taking place again, a big rally and March is happening here in New York where we both celebrate the successes we've had for women's rights two years. But also we confirm our commitment to continuing to fight for women's rights here in New York City Catherine's Bianco is founder and president of the women's March alliance. She sees the changing face of congress as the result of women's March movements across the US or to go from almost zero to one in five in congress. Forty five of them being women of color is just unheard of. I mean, it's really is the Europe women there will. Be a competing rally downtown held by a group affiliated with the national organization women's March Inc. Conflicting events in some cities are the result of a controversy surrounding the national group statistically allegations that they fostered anti-semitism co-leader. Bob land address this while appearing on ABC's the view this week, the women's March unequivocally condemns anti-semitism bigotry and Dan remarks about Jewish people. And we have repeatedly in statement after statement this year, which are available directly on our website Simion. Go is adamant about her New York based organization being unaffiliated with the national women's March group, which she believes is being divisive. I think that they are holding some counter-marches to undercut the true work of the women in New York. They're doing in Philadelphia, you know, and that's not a group that wants to be inclusive. That's a good that wants to be divisive. Some of the controversy hinges on co leader to make a Malary's appearance with nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan. He's repeatedly preached at these semitic messages. Mallory faced the cross examination about this on the view as I said, I don't agree with many of them minister Farrakhan's statement you condemned on me, I don't agree with these statements at the end of the day won't condemn it. All to be very clear. It's not my language is not the way that I speak. It is not how I organize Semion go the women's March alliance founder here in New York is aware that this issue is not helping their movement to anyone who is confused by. She says you're not marching for to up or Linda or captains you're marching for your daughter's you're marching for your future. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. It's nine till in for Robert workman. Joe Ramsey has Friday sports. Good morning, John. It's championship weekend in the NFL. And both are rematch is of great games from the regular season. The NFC championship goes first Sunday afternoon in New Orleans as the saints, welcome. The Los Angeles Rams expect to see some offense. Both teams come confident. Especially drew Brees in the saints played team like.
"bob land" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Welcome back to America in the morning thirteen before the hour. The women's March is taking place tomorrow morning in Washington DC. It's one of more than one hundred women's marches planned across the nation. The national organization has been under the microscope in recent weeks because of allegations are Steve Kastenbaum explores across the country this weekend, dozens of large women's marches will be taking place again, a big rally and March is happening here in New York where we both celebrate the successes we've had for women's rights last two years, but also reconfirm our commitment to continuing to fight for women's rights here in New York City, Catherine Sonko is founder and president of the women's March alliance. She sees the changing face of congress as the result of women's March movements across the US or I could go from almost zero to one in five in congress. Forty five of them being women of color is just unheard of. I mean, it's really is. The Europe women there will be a competing rally downtown held by a group affiliated with the national organization women's March Inc. Conflicting events in some cities are the result of a controversy surrounding the national group specifically allegations that they fostered anti-semitism co-leader. Bob land address this while appearing on ABC's the view this week, the women's March unequivocally condemns anti-semitism bigotry and Dan. Carolina's remarks about Jewish people. And we have repeatedly in statement after statement this year, which are available directly on our website Simion. Go is adamant about her New York based organization being unaffiliated with the national women's March group, which she believes is being divisive. I think that they are holding some some counter-marches to undercut the true work of the women in New York doing in Philadelphia, you know, and that's not a group that wants to be inclusive. That's a good that wants to be divisive. Some of the controversy hinges on co leader to make a Malary's appearance with nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, he's repeatedly preached at these semitic messages. Mallory faced the cross examination about this on the view as I said, I don't agree with many of minister Farrakhan's statement to condemn.
"bob land" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The the people that the journalists spoke to did not tell the truth. Period, period. And I think it's important for us to understand and all be very clear in this room that the women's smart unequivocably condemns anti-semitism bigotry and ferry remarks about Jewish people. Yes. And we have repeatedly instatement after statement this year, which are available directly on our website for anyone to read. We condemn any statements of hate and we've actually been working so hard over the last two years to fight this type of hate over and over again, and we're committed to repairing any harm because we understand that the Jewish community is feeling hurt right now. And we want to make sure I don't speak for Jewish people. But I think I'm just confused. That's ma'am. Can we'll get back to that? In a second. I don't speak for Jewish community either. Although I speak for all juice. I don't think it's a question of hurt. I think it's a question of oh, this is what you are what you are now from her. You just heard her say that she condemns these statements from Louis Farrakhan, Meghan McCain continues, and it goes to make a Maori. She does not condemn these statements, and we wanted to make sure I don't speak for Jewish people. But I think I'm just confused. These marks goes on death to Israel over and over. Again, we did not make those. You can't be associating with a man what I will equate what I will say to you is that I don't agree with many of minister Farrakhan statement says Jewish people as I said, I don't agree with may have minister. Farrakhan statement condemned on me, I don't agree with these statements at the end of the day won't condemn it. No, no. No, no. She won't condemn it. So it was an easy thing to condemn. I condemn Steve king congressman king statements about white supremacy and white nationalism was pretty easy to do. Right. Pretty easy to do. I don't know. I don't know. What would make him say or think it I know that he might have a position on immigration that is stronger than others. He might have a much stronger defensive of western civilization. But thinking that somehow white supremacy is something we shouldn't be opposed to post to whatever supremacy. What are what are we talking about here? It's crazy. Would I be okay with black supremacy? Asian supremacy gays premise, no Jewish supremacy. Absolutely, not I have no. I just wanna live my life. So it'll be left alone. Enough with the supremacy. Let's have a rule of law. Not a rule of ma'am. Let's have free speech. Let's have the right to defend ourselves. And let's go out and have a good time. Nothing. More nothing less. Continues very clear. It's not my language is not the way that I speak. It is not how I organize, and I think it is very clear over the twenty years of my own personal activism my own personal track. Record who I am. And I should never be judged through the lens of a man that is actually not what this. Did you catch? That meghan. Mccain is pointing out who she's connected with and the answer from to make Mallory is I shouldn't be judged through the lens of a man. I swear to you. I have no idea what that means. Let's let's take Louis Farrakhan out of it you associate with Linda Sarsour, who is an anti Semite who believes in sharia law, why in the world would I pay attention to you should I pay attention to you. Now that's a of now what's the arguments? Oh, she's a woman. So therefore, I'm being somehow rude. Guys. This stuff is easy takes honesty. But it's easy. Some things just aren't acceptable. Some things just aren't worthwhile. So it's wrong. And. That's all there is to it. Just accept. That it's wrong. The people who. Who put together the women's March, Linda Sarsour to make a Mallory Carmen Perez. Bob land. David serious issue with anti-semitism and. They won't admit it. Okay. I'll think they have to admit slung as we know it and when January nineteenth comes around dumpy. They're literally be anywhere else. And you'll probably be better off. I'm Tony cats. Ninety-three WIBC the City Chiefs thirty one end apples colts thirteen not the best performance hated the ended this way. Hard to get on Mount Everest the first year, we had no impact whatsoever. Offense season. Another update is coming up soon and apartment fire in Indy. American Red Cross already people out of.
"bob land" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Are asking directly. About the women's March. And and. Who you're associated with? And then we come in with to make a Maori talking about. Why they have a relationship with Louis Farrakhan who she has referred to as the goat. Meaning the greatest of all time for and everywhere that I go is difficult. The women's March was very difficult. I met with a lot of women who did not even understand. Why race was important to be a part of the conversation as it relates to women's rights issues. And it was a lot of you know, offensive rhetoric that I heard, and you know, and just because you go into a space with someone does not mean that you agree with everything that they say, let me push back a little bit why call him the greatest of all tied in calling the greatest of all time because of his rhetoric I called him the greatest of all time because of what he's done in black communities. I would never be comfortable supporting someone who called. I'm not anti Semite. I anti termite. It's the wicked Jews the false dues promoting lesbianism homosexuality actually spoke with the journalists from tablet magazine released an investigation report on your organization and impart they alleged that there is a lot of antisemitism surrounding this March. Specifically the report alleged the Utica and co-founder Carmen Perez asserted that quote, Jewish people had a history of exploiting black people and were proven to be leaders of the American slave trade. Now, a lot of people by a lot people include me in this thing that you're using your organization as anti semitism in activism, and that you're using identity. Politics, two shield yourself from critiques talking about all women being invited that March. I'm pro-life we were not invited. We were not allowed at that March right there. I'm a conservative woman also represent you're talking about women talking about all women, including Jewish women as well and conservative. At least glad there was more applause for Meghan McCain than there was for to make a Mallory and we're gonna I'm gonna play some more of this. I think there is truth to the idea that you don't have to agree with everything someone says and still stand by them. But there are some things that get said that you just don't stand by. Louis Farrakhan is an anti Semite Louis Farrakhan hates gay people. Farrakhan hates white people. You don't stand by them. Steve king in the New York Times said white supremacy white nationalism western civilization when did these become problematic things to talk about paraphrase in there? There's nothing wrong with the defense of western civilization. There is no way to defend white supremacy or white nationalism. So what the hell are you talking about? Congressman. He got stripped of his committee assignments today. He got stripped of his committee assignments. And yeah, that's how it went down. Of course. He did. Not surprised by this. There are some things where you're like, you know, what Noah's. Not for make a Mallory and Bobby bland her name is Bob bland for Linda Sarsour Carmen Perez. They're fine with the anti semitism of Louis Farrakhan. So is also the congressman from Indianapolis Andre Carson, he's fine with anti-semitism. And I'm gonna keep saying, you know, I live in Indianapolis. I'm gonna keep saying this until people get it through their head and demand that he denounced Louis Farrakhan or stop voting for him. Andre Carson is okay with anti-semitism. And every time you invite him to a synagogue, you're saying that it's okay. Just putting it out there. To Mallory response to Meghan McCain right here. True. Well, first of all those allegations. Bob, lands, not true. That is not how that meeting happened and the women's March was lying..
"bob land" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Have that conversation with anybody white nationalism and white supremacy. Would you accept it? If it was black nationalism, black supremacy or any level supremacy. What what are you thinking snow excuse for it? It's madness. It's absolute madness. Right. If you asked the question of why in the world is it, okay? To be so anti white that could be a legitimate conversation piece. How did white nationalist and white supremacist become offensive? It's the same way that anything supremacist would would be problematic, maybe not offensive problematic and certainly wrong. And certainly not something you want to be a part of but we'll be getting into. And I said this on on Tony cats today I've done events with Steve king. He's always been very me. We've done interviews before on things. And I said on on the Friday show that if he invited me to do a conference today. I'd I'd have to say now sorry. This is just we are on a very different page on on. How we want to move the conversation forward, we might agree on some things. But this I have to say no to that leads us to the founders of the women's March and some audio from the view where to make Mallory and and Bob land who was a woman who I think. The woman just calls us up bland, I you know, I can't keep up. They are trying to distance themselves from Louis Farrakhan. But they won't say Louis Farrakhan is wrong, and we want nothing to do with them. Why to make a Mallory referred to him as the greatest of all time, the unbelievable levels of of. Identity politics that she's playing over there. The the women's March has been damaged and rightfully so. Rightfully so. But this all relates back to Steve king because what is it that our brethren on the political left. Do I have video of Maxine Waters, hugging, Louis Farrakhan? I've got Andre Carson who won't condemn Louis Farrakhan Dega committee assignments, why take a chairmanships, Maxine Waters. Does why? If if something is wrong, it is wrong. And if talking about white, nationalist and white supremacist and wondering why that's offensive language is wrong. Well, then supporting Louis Farrakhan is wrong. So why should these people be allowed to have committee assignments? Some rational question. And so we're clear because I know that that Andre Carson congressman Carson's team. Does listen to the show? Your guy's wrong. Congressman Carson is a bad guy. He associates with terrible people, and what should happen is that he should stop. It would be a lot better though, if he had an actual challenge.
"bob land" Discussed on The View
"Yet. Yeah. No, I've I ache for all involved. I wanna I wanna have what you were when you when when you came out here when we were talking, and you were talking about Jamie Gutenberg, and you thought about guns as a national emergency. It's something that congress that our government needs to address, and I just want to remind there's a lot of Republicans who right now are pushing for Trump to declare a national emergency and putting our friend Lindsey Graham Republicans need to remember that there will be a time when they're not in the White House, and they're not in charge of the Senate. And there's going to be other people who are and may one of the Clare national emergencies on other things, which is why we have a balance of power and co equal branches. Yes. Yes. To ask you about the movie. That's no, let's way. Listen, I just one more thing about guns that that. I would say respectfully to people who disagree with me. Looking at me. It's ok okay. Apparently. The idea is that I'm sorry. But our children being slaughtered in schools with weapons of war is part of the cost of freedom, and universal background checks is too high a price to pay and that makes no sense to me. Nobody is trying to to take people's guns away. But we have to get rational about this. I think they know Can make make any any sense. money. Thank you so much for coming. Sure. You're our thanks to Bradley Whitford valley of the boom premiers on NAT geo on Sunday night. You are also in a new film. That's getting a lot of buzz called destroyer with Nicole Kidman. It's in theaters. Now, you must go see it. We'll be right who Matz. Monday, brand new view your deal Oprah edition and women's March leaders to make Mallory and Bob land take on the controversy use in fighting and charges of anti-semitism that threatened to stop this year's March in its tracks. You can't everybody. Snow rain this weekend. It's called has going to land. Take a little time to enjoy the view. I'm ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl from campaigns and controversies is Putin bear responsibility for this may he may to store summits. And stork tweets you'll have on that. I don't think it said all acting his ability to get his job done. Join me and ABC's Rick Klein every week as we break down the biggest political stories of the day on the powerhouse politics podcast. Listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app.
"bob land" Discussed on The View
"Didn't eat. I was wrong. Yes. He did. Eventually he did I'm sorry. I was wrong. And you don't have to give all of those other excuses about, you know, I'm a victim in some way insinuating that you're making you don't have to do that. But again afterwards I spoke with Kevin we spoke for a long time. We're still checks. He called me. I mean, we had. Right. And he said, I think he got it because two days later, he said, I'm sorry. I apologize and he did it in his way. And I think we have to accept it. We can't bully people. If he doesn't want to be in Allen for the gay community. That's his prerogative. It is missing an opportunity at this table has said things that they've had to publicly politics for them. And you've been in that position remember of time. Something's you've said that are controversial you've apologized for sometimes you don't apologize. So you stand by what you say at what point do we say apologies genuine enough its forgiven? Like, do you feel like when you apologize? It's always coming from a genuine place where the networks telling you to apologize. How does the public? You can tell when someone's. You can tell when someone you can feel you if you if I said, something, you know, Megan. I'm really sorry. I'm I just I didn't mean to do that. And then up there. But if you say, look, I told you I'm sorry, wait. What does that mean? People are very people. Do you understand what I'm saying? You guys got there's a difference. And I think you have to wait every opportunity. Deputy you have to wait every situation. And sometimes you have to apologize as many times, as you know, it takes for people to understand that. You're really sorry about it. It's always we'd love you. I love you guys so much. I love you so much. I'm with you. By the way, I lost my sister last year. He lost her dad, and I think about you all the time, and I pray for your family. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you for being. No. We went to Thomas Roberts our friends wedding. Photo of I swear I look not so bar. Yes. The bathroom, and I wanna say one less thing you really came out at a time. We came out earlier a lot. And it really was credibly brave. You're still brame. We disagree on a lot of things, but you are a brave man coming out and saying a lot of things a lot. Oh, I missed biting you. Every day. Every john. Thank you guys say, every weeknight on San tonight. We'll be right back. Thank you. Is a return of the classic the west wing that TV reunion America needs right now, Bradley Whitford doing a walk in talk with the co-host nags. These two ladies lead the women's March on Washington now controversy surrounding the March is making headlines Monday. Bob land into mecum gallery are here to face the women of the view, then Tuesday, New York mayor.
"bob land" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"It's so so important, but now they're fighting they're fighting with each other and Theresa has asked the women to either adjust. The views or to step down. And so now there they were like on the internet like fighting back and forth, even on Twitter like the women's March official Twitter was throwing direct shade Theresa. They made a comment that was saying like. We like we appreciate Theresa for creating the Facebook page and then. Folk credit for everything at Liz. I don't know I wasn't at the meeting. So I don't know. And it's recent release a statement. That's my original vision and intent was to show the capacity of human beings to stand in solidarity and love against the hateful rhetoric that had become a part of the political landscape in the US and around the world. I wanted us to prove that the majority of us are decent people who want a world that is fair just an inclusive of women and all people Bob land who is a woman to meek. Mallory Linda, Sarsour and Carmen Perez of women's March Inc. Have steered the movement away from its true. Course, I have waited hoping they would find they would right the ship, but they have not in opposition to our unity principles, which you can find on the website or you could in in the past. I don't know if they left them up. They have allowed anti-semitism anti LGBTQ is sentiment and hateful racist rhetoric to become a part of the platform by their refusal to separate themselves from groups that espouse these racist. Hateful beliefs. I call for the current co chairs to step down and to let others lead who can restore faith in the movement, and it's original content. So I dug a little deeper into this and the icing on the cake is that a bunch of these women at the top of women's March Inc. Are devout followers of Louis Farrakhan? We've talked about on the podcast before just historically nightmare. He's a black nationalist. And he's the leader of the nation of Islam. Okay. So and even places like that are very reputable and not bias and just truly like kind of like ACLU, but even cleaner the southern poverty Law Center, and the anti defamation league have described Louis Farrakhan as antisemitic and a proponent of an anti white Cialis. Some of his remarks have also been considered homophobic. He also in the nineties remember organized the million man March, which was a civil rights movement that famously exc. -cluded black women, even though it was a civil rights issue. Not a gender issue. You don't like the late. And then in response, you know, the later on an million woman March was organized. Now. I am. But it was so he's I mean, just everything they later the women's March people have since made a statement saying, they are not followers of him. But I mean, of course, they did because they had to well, how do you know, they were just made. It was it was known. Oh, it's like if you just decided it's like when Tom Cruise, you know, like if he said like, oh, I don't believe in body themes or something right? Right. Like like EV literally everyone knows you do. And so it's just it's it's really interesting. And they said it's such a tough thing to to talk about because no one wants to hear like, it's hard being white. And that's absolutely not what I'm saying. But while other groups of women have certainly had more pressing issues as far as rights and physical safety women of color, white women are kind of trophy holders for shame and guilt..