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Barr Wants Sedition Charge for Violent Protesters
"Barr wants to go after some of those protesters. Hard warning that violent demonstrations across the nation could actually worsen as November's election approach is a GI Bar is encouraging prosecutors across the country to think a number of federal charges, including a rarely used addition law. He apparently told the nation's federal prosecutors to be aggressive when charging violent demonstrators with crimes including potentially prosecuting them for plotting to overthrow the U. S government. Fox News Kevin
Attorney General William Barr brings up slavery when referring to quarantining during the pandemic
"Stirring up some controversy for comments he made concerning shutdowns prompted by covert this year, likening pandemic lockdowns to slavery, William Barr said most governors air defying common sense. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history. Speaking at Hillsdale College in Michigan, Bar said. There's a way for businesses to operate safely during the pandemic. Tell us what tell the business people what the rules are, and then let them try to adapt their business to that bar keys. Some governors of treating free citizens has babies that can't take responsibility for themselves or others. Rachel Sutherland
Trump on ABC News town hall: We will protect coverage for preexisting conditions
"Going to Pennsylvania yesterday for a town hall last night on ABC with Bill Clinton's former communications director, George Stephanopoulos. How did it go? Well, here's an interesting moment. A woman asking a question of the president of the United States gets testy with the president for attempting to answer it. Listen to this. Questions on health care comes from the block. She's from Philadelphia and assistant professor who voted for Hillary Clinton. Last time, Mr President. I was born with a disease called sarcoidosis, and from the day I was born, I was considered uninsurable. That disease started in my skin moved to my eyes into my optic nerves. And when I went to graduate school into my brain when it hit my brain, I was automatically eligible for disability. For the rest of my life. I chose instead to get a bachelor's degree a master's degree a PhD and become a professor. It is great. Except I still have similar health care problems. It cost me with copays. I'm still paying almost $7000 a year in addition to the co pay and should pre existing conditions which Obama care brought into brought to fruition be removed. No with that. Please stop and let me finish my questions there. Wow should then be removed within a 36 to 72 hour period without Medication. I will be dead and I want to know what it is that you're going to do to assure that people like me who work hard we do. Everything we're supposed to do can stay insured. It's not my fault that I was born with this disease is not my fault that I'm a black woman and then the medical community. I'm minimized and not taken seriously. I want to know what you are going to do about that. How about a cocked fist? Basically, I mean, it listened to her. Asked that question he tries to even gently answer it, she said. You stop. Let me finish my questions because it's because she's black and he's white. So he's racist. And so she's confronting the man was. I heard that and I thought that that was so rude and I got tired of and she was just one of several who are like because they're black. It's different for them, you know, and I thought President Trump kept his cool the whole time, and she said, I pay $7000 a year in premiums. I'm like I want your insurance plan because that's far less than mine. You know, she's paying less than I'm paying. And you know she's going to take much more out of the system. Then I dio and I'm pretty sure she doesn't understand how a socialist system works like that. Her brain is filled with all sorts of new media manipulation. I mean, it's just like it's kind of interesting to hear her talk. It's like it's like she's regurgitating a CNN segment. We'll glide. The questions were written down, and I wonder when these people asked these questions if they're written for them or if they've been coached in anyway, because there were several of familiar themes that ran through the questions. It wouldn't be the first time that political activists were either involved or made their way into event like this. The Stephanopoulos did say at the beginning that these were their own questions. These questions were written by these individuals and by the way, we totally appropriate for ABC to check on what the actual question is, from a question or prior to the production of this event, because you create a natural flow of topics that way so you can go to somebody who actually has a question that's relevant, something that was just asked. But you know, it's good to be skeptical, definitely, especially in an environment where Bill Clinton's former communications director is the moderator. That does seem like a good idea. Trump was calm in his answer Here listen to the way he talked about pre existing Titian's So first of all, I hope you are taken seriously. I hope you are and we are not going to hurt anything having to do with pre existing conditions were not going to hurt preexisting conditions, and in fact, just the opposite. If you look at what they want to do, where they have socialized medicine, they will get rid of pre existing conditions. If they go into Medicare for all, which is socialized medicine, and you can forget about your doctors and your plans, just like you could forget under President Obama. Said. You can have your doctor. You can have your plan and that turned out to be alive and instead of 28 different times, at least we have 28 different times. You can have your doctor. You can have your plan. Well, it's not true, but what we're doing is we're going to be doing a health care plan pre existing protecting people with preexisting conditions as an example yourself. It sounds like that's exactly perfect. That's exactly what we're talking about. Yeah, Okay, so and he and he hit that again, like look, any plan I come up with any plan we're gonna work on will replace Obamacare, especially the issues of pre existing conditions. I want to protect him. He's been
Los Angeles County's Lynwood City Manager Placed On Administrative Leave Following Response To Shooting Of 2 Deputies
"You had, of course, the shooting of the deputies in Los Angeles and there was there is a city man. The city manager of a suburb in that area is in the woods called Linwood City. It's right in the area, and the city manager of Linwood City is Jose. Oh, Mettetal. I'm sure I'm not pronouncing that correctly. Apologies, Jose. He has never been put on leave pending an internal investigation. And here is why Salvatore Alatorre Isa Linwood City Councilman, and he told Fox News that the council had a closed session last night and in that session, Allah tour. Put forth emotion to discipline or dismiss all met a tall because he posted on his personal instagram opposed right after the deputies were shot he put he put opposed that said Chickens come home to roost with a picture of Malcolm X. This is right after the deputies were shot, so the message was pretty clear with what he was saying there. It didn't need an explanation. Hey, told Fox News Allah tour told Fox News and in a text message. That the move against the metal was protocol and that he is gone and he will not represent Linwood anymore. It's a legal process to protect the city. He said. The city manager went beyond his authority with his remarks, even though it was posted to his private account, and I have see here's my thing. I'm a big fan of You. You're allowed to have a private life. If you're in public service, I think you're allowed to have a private life and I I look sometimes and I'm going to be fair, like for Chick Fillet, the owner of Chick fil A Everybody's all upset with him because he donated Teo that proposition California to not legalize gay marriage. You know what, Like, five years years ago or so, whatever, but getting his business practice in practice. They don't decide discriminated discriminated against Anyone for being gay or anything like that. Those are his personal beliefs, but But if this is different, this is these are this guy's personal beliefs. Right notably, you're allowed those But this is a personal belief. That's kind of your talking about death on somebody like like applauding someone's death to me that goes beyond the pale. Now there are some of the left tools. They will wait a minute. You know, the owner of chicken Is applauding, you know, and working actively to keep gay people from getting married that affects their lives. That's terrible, horrible thing, but I don't think you can equate them. You know, there's a line for me there somewhere. I'm just trying to be intellectually honest. You know, You know what I'm saying. Like, I think you have a private life. I can think you can say things privately. These are my beliefs, But I don't bring those beliefs to work with
Person struck by Metro train in Washington D.C.: Delays on Yellow and Green Lines
"Good haul road in southeast three Open in Minnesota Avenue earlier crashes gone on Eighth Street at seven Street Northwest fire departments in the roadway because a person was hit by a metro train gallery PlayStation and they're taking care of that. Check ahead if you take the yellow and green lines Virginia 95 South bound crash Quantico Marine Base that moved onto the right shoulder and delays reasoning
Trump nominated for 2021 Nobel Peace Prize by far-right Norwegian politician
"News alerts. President Trump nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. On Jack Callahan. Fox News. The nomination, coming just three weeks after the president helped a broker and historic Mideast peace feel. The Nobel Peace Prize nomination submitted by Christian Ty Bring Jetty, a member of the Norwegian Parliament lauded President Trump for his efforts in solving protracted conflicts worldwide. Donald Trump was the first one to be able to talk to North Korean leader and, Ah I think he has let's say the under automatic way of getting in touch with people and talk to people and then this. Ah, instances what a good thing Ty bring jetty of four term member of Parliament said based on merit President Trump has Dunmore trying to create peace between nations the most other peace prize nominees, including his recent key role in the establishment of relations between Israel and the U. A box of John Becker in Washington, reports the 2021 Nobel Peace prize will be awarded in October of next year. The accord between Israel and the United Arab Emirates will be signed at the White House next Tuesday.
Senate struggles to unify behind coronavirus relief bill
"Are dimming for another Corona virus Relief bill from Washington. Congress returns discretion Today, Talks between top Democrats and the Trump Administration broke off last month and re meet Remain on track. If talks continue to falter, it's possible lawmakers will simply leave Washington campaign
University of Maryland bus damaged by teens denied entry for not wearing masks, says UMD police
"Mask. No service. The University of Maryland has put out a statement to students telling them that bus drivers on the college Park campus are empowered to enforce mask rules and band students from riding without them. Last week, two students denied entry threw rocks at one bus breaking some Windows University has seen its covert cases quadruple since the campus re opened last month. In person classes are set to start a week. From today,
Novak Djokovic defaults after accidentally hitting line judge
"The world's number one men's tennis players out of the U. S Open. Novak Djokovic was defaulted when he lost his temper and fired a shot that accidentally struck a line judge in the neck.
Facebook to ban new political ads before Election Day to 'fight misinformation'
"Facebook says it's taking additional steps to encourage voting, minimize misinformation and reduce the likelihood of post election civil unrest. The company says it will restrict new political ads in the week before the election and remove post that convey misinformation about covert 19 and voting. It'll also attached links to official results to pose from candidates and campaigns declaring a premature victory. Whether it's taken from the cities or
Pope Francis holds 1st public audience in 6 months
"Since going in. To a Corona virus locked down. Pope Francis today resumed his weekly audience at the Vatican after many months after many months we resume our meeting face to face, not screen to screen but face to face. This is beautiful. The pope said. His last public audience was held at the end of February. He'd been doing his addresses from his private library spins, then.
NFL taking over investigation into allegations within Washington Football Team
"Has taken over the investigation into sexual harassment and abuse of power against women employees of the Washington football team. The attorney hired by the team to investigate the allegations. Beth Wilkinson will continue to lead the probe but will report now to commissioner Roger Goodell instead of team owner Dan Snyder. Snyder's agreed to release current and former employees from non disclosure agreement so they can speak really to investigators. 40 women who once were For the team have made claims of mistreatment during Snyder's 21 Year tenure
Red Sox top Nats 9-5
"Pitching fails them again in a 9 to 5 loss to the Red Sox manager Davey Martinez there Iran's now we just gotta We gotta get our story critical deep into games in Europe Open in there, maybe cover 63 instead of Six or seven. The Orioles fall to the
Federal appeals court rules for transgender student in battle over bathroom access
"Appeals court has ruled a Virginia school boards transgender bathroom ban is unconstitutional and discriminated against a transgender male student who was barred from using the boy's room in these high school. The panel upheld a decision from a federal judge in Norfolk, who ruled last year. The Gavin Grimm's constitutional rights were violated. Grimm's lawsuit first filed five years ago. Once a federal test case that drew national attention for transgender right,
Taiwan says Alibaba-linked e-commerce site a security risk
"Alibaba group to dispose of it take in local commerce platforms, Citing a risk that users personal information might be transferred to the mainland. The order adds to mounting pressure on Chinese companies in the U. S and other countries over security concerns. Apple's CEO
Hundreds of Covid-19 cases reported as students return to college campuses
"Of Corona virus you're down nationwide. But the re opening of college campuses is threatening to undo that progress. Notre Dame, which has announced hundreds of cases now, says five of those are football players. Colleges in at least 17 states now reporting positive cases. Several University of Connecticut students evicted from their dorms after an on campus party where the school says students were not Not wearing masks
Washington coach Ron Rivera has a form of skin cancer
"Head coach Ron Rivera has revealed he has cancer. The cancer squamous cell carcinoma is a form of skin cancer. Rivera says he spotted the lump on his neck back in July and went to the doctor who told him he can keep coaching as he undergoes treatment. Rivera says he'll do just that, though he does have a plan B in case he needs to step up. Side That could be defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, who has previous head coaching experience with two teams.
Prince William County plan to allow students to return to school
"Public school student in the region will be staying home this fall, Prince William County is planning to spend nearly 1900 Children, mostly student. With disabilities and some English language learners back for four days a week of in person instruction, starting right after Labor Day. Prince William follows Loudon, which adopted a similar plan earlier this week. Loudon School Board member Beth Bart. The school is truly the only place where these junk can get instructions, so I think we not have a legal obligation, but we have a moral obligation. Loudon
"brian wilson" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Josh Josh. I think we're GONNA have to keep calling for on Tacos podcast. What are you signed her up? She's amazing. She's awesome. I'll tell you what else was awesome a conversation that we hosted at the the Samsung store when it first opened here in Manhattan in two thousand sixteen between the zombies and their friends in the band Hollis Brown you can check out that full talk in the House archives but we've chosen clip for you today. That really takes in some amazing stories from the zombies earliest days to their reunion we hear about their early image problems having hit at the wrong time realizing they were rockstars in the Philippines and so much more. Let's do it going back back to the sixties talking about nine hundred sixty four to nineteen sixty seven we had the most pulling image especially in the UK and his didn't not rock and roll which wasn't a good start I but basically we were eighteen years old. When we very first straight out of school with straight out of school we didn't understand anything about the business and it was totally out of our control and I think I always say usually except of course most graciously any success that you get any time in your life but out of choice it might have been interesting if our first hit record come a couple of years later when we understood the business a little bit better than we could have been more in control because they they just seem to be so many things against us and we were presented very much as sort of academic school? Boy's people won't plans to be dangerous dangerous and we were in particular academic. Say What can we hang this story on and that follows around the same time you got Jagger. WHO's at the Russia's top university? Are you got Joe's Manfredi was Oxford absolutely crazy. It was so false and that's one of the problems. If you try to create an image that is not true. I'm in it really backfired on us because it wasn't our idea. That's a great Beatles. They would just is totally natural. Absolutely and people don't who younger don't often understand what an enormous departure that was because up to that time the whole show Oh biz concept was that you said certain things you never mentioned other things Lennon McCartney and what all of them when they were asked a question they would answer it only stars they would just say exactly what they thought it got into trouble sometimes but they're from a tough city Liverpool right yeah. They were just being themselves and that that is the answer. I think let me ask you when you guys reunited fifteen years ago. Were you aware that to a particularly to your songs I know for me timeless season. She's not there had become basically Siklie Standard Repertoire every rock station in America Classic Rock Station Well. I did know that because the thing is it was that really that provided you know I was always afraid. Lucky having written songs personally it provided me with a cushion of finance which enabled me to follow what I wanted to do so always very aware of you know I think to a degree they wrote that was a surprise for us. Because when we first started for the first six or seven years we toured as column loans and enrolled Arjun not zone visit because we didn't want to sit artificially rake over the call and also we didn't feel there was that much interest in this opposite wasn't wasn't too we got out on the road that we realized that internationalists not just in the UK not just in America. There's a huge interest in this on this and it took us buys is a very pleasant surprise but it really took us by surprise and in the end we were being asked to do more and more Zombie chains chains. We'd forgotten auden embarrassing situation. We had to relearn Zombie chains with that. There are fifty years something we've never played live no probably just played them in the studio media and then forgotten. WE'VE GOT A couple of Utah in Asia in do in fact the Philippines is probably the country we were biggest in really would be the other side of the world. The first time we went to the Philippines and six sixty seven and we had no idea about the Philippines a tool in my mind's. I thought we were going to go to an island island resort. Well this manager. We had this red hot manager. He was terrible. You lose money so I thought we were going to kind of resort and we would be playing in a hotel bar in the evenings and hopefully reduce some somebody during the day so they thought well it'll be a little holiday when we arrived at Mineta report. It was the middle of the night and they were thousands of people that we did that sort of thing. When you get off a plane and you you look back to see who's on the plane on the plane that these people have come to see and then you suddenly realize it's us? They're all film crews there and we open to twenty eight thousand people at the Araneta Coliseum residents residency on the next night was thirty the two thousand people and we've been we were being paid eighty pounds tonight. Oh man he's like one hundred and forty dollars between us to play to twenty eight thousand one was it was year sixty six my inflation office that like it's not good business. You have to realize is that one hundred and forty dollars in those days worth at least a thousand dollars a night now. Maybe one thousand people don't come to us about the best people to advise them business. We found out that the guy the promoter there God knows where I manage it was making uh-huh promoted. They're made out of that week. Made Twenty six thousand pounds profit which is worth fifty thousand dollars six six in nine hundred ninety seven yeah yeah you hear a lot of those stories. Though I mean especially hall from in the sixties fans were it wasn't just us all bands aunts who ripped off. It just seemed to be the normal thing that's why a lot of the bigger bands just starting starting your own management companies yeah. I think possibly if we'd kept going we would have done something like that. I'm the only one I think all the rest of the guys are quite happy that we finished and it seemed unnatural time to finish the band insects is of but I'm I'm the one that's intrigued what might have happened next especially because road and Chris Wyatt the other major. You're right in the band. They were just going to very very hot. Streak of writing wonderful songs and I'm always intrigued what we might have done is just doesn't matter as see you guys broke up the first time in sixty seven yeah and time. This season became a big hit in sixty nine so two years later in that happened. What is crazy in those days because I'm fond of saying the world was a much bigger place in those days nowadays? If you get a cover Aaron or whatever and say Erin put that out in Australia and it was a hit within a day you know it would be on social media right. You'd have someone in those days. We just didn't know years. After we split up we found for instance that we usually had hit somewhere in the world but we just didn't know at that time so what it meant was that because we were so based in the UK we had fewer hits in the UK than anywhere else that the income that all the Bam. We're getting that the writers there's just going down and down and it meant in the end that I remember the first sort of nail in the coffin was a guitar player in look okay. I'm about to get married. I've got no money off go to move on and that and that started the disintegration really it was only Chris and I had the money so you didn't know a lot of things oh happening and we knew that our cooper who was really hot new producer after the super sessions and blood sweat and tears and everything waiting for Clive Davis he'd been hired by Davis he came up to the UK picked up two hundred hours and went back to climb. There is one album that don't care who's got this. We have to pay whatever it costs again and he said well we've got passed on it and it's going to release it so but then the first song they released actually one of my favorite songs now which was a Chris White Song called butcher style. It's never a single.
"brian wilson" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Who also played with the stones for fifteen years insane resume and Darren Sanja Gotcha who's played with Brian for two decades and who was key in the making of the fantastic. LP Smile way back in two thousand and four federally enough dairy and has also toured as a member of the zombies zombies. This guy has serious chops. Now the zombies formed back in nineteen sixty two in Saint Albans. That's not too far north of London their break cocaine a couple years later with the single. She's not there and then sixty five tell her no and the nineteen sixty eight smash hit time of the season from the album odyssey and Oracle cemented meant their status in the timeless Pantheon of musical greats now Josh I realized that my hyperbole has reached new heights and yet it is completely justified is to fight here. We have a conversation with the guy who made pet sounds one of the greatest albums of all time yes sir and the guys who made Odyssey and Oracle one of the greatest albums comes of all time. It makes sense that you're a little excited. Let's take a moment to play what is a lot of people's favorite track from Odyssey Oracle. Here's a clip of time of the season season before we hear this song Elliott. Let me ask you three quick question. Okay I'm here for what's your name. Who's your daddy is? He rich like me. The Greatest Lyrics all oh man he can't beat Daddy Daddy in AS Roma's.
"brian wilson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Brian Wilson has postponed his upcoming tour citing unforeseen health issues. The statement the seventy six year old singer reveal that his performance at the hard rock hotel and casino in New Jersey next week, along with the remainder of his tour in June has now been put off for now. So we which Brian Wilson, the best players to them guys, genius your phone company may start blocking robo calls without needing DASS for it. I would hope so the Federal Communications today passed a ruling that allows it encourages phone companies to block robocalls by default. Robocalls are rising nuisance in the US and many of them are illegal scams. The call blocking company you mail estimates that there are some four point seven billion robo calls placed in the US just in may alone. I think I got about two billion of those calls myself. My gosh. As I reported yesterday. Amazon says plans to use self piloted drones to deliver packages to shoppers homes in the coming months. The online shopping giant, did not give exact timing or say where the drones will be making deliveries. Amazon senate's new drones will use computer vision and machine. Learning to detect and avoid people are closed lines backyards when landing I thought we'd bring in our expert on these matters Lauren Weinstein Warren, how in the heck is this going to work? I mean, where's the drone going to originate from for crying out loud? That's a really good question, because the range of these of these things is quite limited. See you end up having to have the poignant points, scattered around with a, you know, a certain number of miles, wherever they're going to go, plus, the, their weight tearing ability is very, very limited. You're not gonna carry a big box on these things. As you said they, they're being very pacey about the details. And I think there's a good reason for when you really start to think about this, you realize that there, there are severe limitations that how you could ever make this work. If you're in a rural area, and you're carrying something light like maybe some medical equipment or medical pharmaceuticals or something. This is what they've mostly tested with so far. Especially if it's rural so that if something goes wrong, and you crash, you have a fair chance, not hitting anything that's going to get hurt. Now a magic trying to do this in an urban area or in a suburban area everywhere you fly, you're going to be flying over houses. People pets cars streets everywhere when these things go wrong when they have mechanical failures and they will they will a potshot at them, and they will. A wind gust at the wrong time can can take them down kinds of ways that they could fail mechanical failures gonna happen by certain percentage. Sure they're just going to go down. And you're gonna crash into rubes. You're gonna crash in solar panels or going to crash into cars and into windshield. Worse of all, you could crash into people. You could crash the children and pets who would probably have been attracted by watching the thing coming down near their house in the first place, right? They're gonna come running. Well, look at that bloom and Denko's. And then then you have a little problem, how you actually going to get the packages down. Are you going to land the unit completely? What if the prison an apartment building where do you land front? You're gonna landed on the roof. What happens when you get down to the ground and the kids in neighborhood, come along and say something fun to throw things spinning around and everything. Pulling pieces off of it, or they're going to reach their heads gives their fingers cut off. Completely. And if you try to do this, in a backyard or something you risk, you know, you risk hitting an animal or landing. I mean, yes, there are there are situations where you can use advanced systems computer learning systems, all these all these things to avoid certain classes of, of problems, but you're still gonna get bird strikes. You're still going to get mechanical failure. And if you're in a highly populated area, you stand, a really good chance of causing serious damage or injury. Plus, you know, some of the packages may fall off prematurely, who knows. Collection of books landing on landing on your roof. On your windshield. This is where technology Lauren. I think is going way too far. I it seems as I said, there's situations where this can work at, especially if you're in rural areas where you have, you know, you can you're trying to routinely gets example, something between two hospitals or something in an emergency. You can see how to do this, but the prospect, the sort of sold the idea that there's going to be thousands of these buzzing around. You know, you just go to your computer and make a quick order with Amazon in an hour later. A drone is is is dropping books on your doorstep. I don't think that's going to happen for most of us who live in, in heavily populated areas or even suburban, I don't give me your quick take on the FCC trying to stop robocalls. You know, it's, it's a lot less than it sounds like because this is basically just says that the, the carriers now have permission to block of by default. The thing is, they don't really have a way to block the by default. The technical means to do that doesn't really exist beyond the ability to block calls, where someone has tried to falsify. The caller ID the to do that. To do that or being deployed. But if somebody is using the gym it numbers to make robocalls, and that's what's going to happen. Migrate to that to the extent that has already of, and you need whole different ways to, to determine when it's a robocall and in general that doesn't really exist yet. Did point Lauren? We'll talk to you next Tuesday with two special hours, you'll be on to that seat. Lauren Weinstein our expert on all these matters of technology up next. We're going to talk about the fourth turning in American prophecy. What the cycles of history? Tell us about America's next run do with.
"brian wilson" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Mistaking Brian Wilson. Created the beach boys. So here are some notes lyrics about people who are friends. Surly field. Here's influence Brian of each voice kind of music. So here's an interesting combo that I would never have predicted would take place music news at twenty four at the our year on the JV program. Jennifer, Victoria, Karen, I- bracing Brian Wilson going on tour this summer with the zombies. It is creating music goes back to the sixties the tourist title something. Great from sixty eight Wilson will form songs from two of his favorite beach, boys. Albums friends from sixty eight and surf's up from seventy one with Al Giardina and Blondie Chaplin who will be with them on stage. They'd been with them forever. You now Georgina stayed friends even know Mike love in some of the others have tried to at your way at that. And then there's the Samis. Going to open each show with a full performance of their album odyssey. An oracle sixty eight just crack up. Forgotten. I liked his obvious. Watching this the induction the hall of fame. They were good. They work. Came from. Because there are so many people who discovered the psalm psalms just by watching that.
"brian wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Brian Wilson, and the beach, boys know. No, it's not a it's not a Bob. You don't understand the category? And I can't help. You're right. Brian Wilson writes and sings. Seeing behind him. Do a great job. Got it. No, I don't even know. The love fella hit on. My wife went time. I know him I like him. Michael. Hilo second lizards, not even lying. Very little. Challenge to fight. You know, the beach boys is such an irritating group with the people that really really loved the beach boys are almost as annoying as them because. Because they have such a chip on their shoulder. Hey, my rule like the beach, boys. I really liked this regional genre. That occurred for about two years. And I want them to be great and everybody else doesn't think. They're great. Yeah. Yeah. Guess what? You're exactly right. Your your little your little moment. It's like the doors. If Jim Morrison had stayed alive three years later, he'd be he'd still be doing the greatest hits of the music that had stopped at that time. It was a it was a it was an acid trip song moment with a really really creative artists. It wasn't. You know, a body of work across decades. And it was never going to be an everybody knows anything knows that. Rusty here. You got. I can't believe that you would leave off your list, home, free and printer tonics. Not my thing. I'll add them. I'll add him to the list. Just so that they've been reduced to to list, but not pentatonic home free and John go ahead. Crosby Stills Nash and young. No get shut up. Ramon. I don't need you there. Bob and yo- you're not in charge of whether try to wrong. Okay. That's less. No our roles. You're not you. Don't get old. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Good point. Stills Nash and young. I heard you. I heard you down and you in there pipe down. Listen, listen carefully. Crosby Stills Nash and young is is four guys who were brought together who are individually good singers to make almost a superman. Especially when you bring Neil young. And you got a guy that's his own. You know, he's his own star out there. And and that's good. That's good. But that's not a harmonizing group that works together. If a band is really good, you should know them as the band and not their individual names. How many people can say oakridge, boys? Joe Bonzo Bill golden, and Richard starboard, not many. But everybody knows yo Krige boys because that's the old George. You know, you're not helping your case as well. I'm trying to say here. It's.
"brian wilson" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Your Brian Wilson, you are not made for this time, but I have found that because I'm a, I'm a, I'm a perfect candidate for if this is a natural process, right? If this is a natural rhythm, I would be a perfect candidate to have experienced it firsthand because for years I had no. Obligations and lived in a northern climate. You know, like it would have manifest itself, and I do sometimes wake up in the middle of the night and go get a glass of water, but I do not. You know, that's not a time in when I feel especially sexy or procreative. I don't. I never get up and go out and visit my neighbors. So you're evidence here despite a vast corpus of contemporaneous text testing to this. It cannot be true because you don't do it. No, no, but but I live in a culture where if there was something to this, that wasn't. I mean, I'm not against the idea that second sleep was a cultural phenomenon of a time in a place. You're just saying it's not any more natural or if there were any people that were prepared to do it, it would be my Kadre of artists and drunks we know someone who does second sleep routinely, who isn't you have to guess. I'm going to name some French movie stars. Is it is. It is. George minded is our writer friend, George. Well, now George is a Ben Franklin like character who could invented by focal who could absolutely set about to second sleep as either a project or as as a thing I asked him about it to do. I asked him about it once it is not a project to him..
"brian wilson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thank you i just want to wish you a happy for us to you and how about brian wilson of the beach boys yes oh well you're qualified thank you sir have a good day do you have a youngster in your world a nights i have a three year old and a five year old well they're gonna fight over this because they only have one if you are the one that wins it's adorable it's yellow like the dominions are and they love the minions are well if if you win we'll see what happens well here's hoping his hoping thank you thanks morgan good night egos dale here comes my buddy richard from ontario again richard welcome back all thank you margin and honor that great segment i think it was last week for wrestlers yes what billy watson was that a real name or yes famous wrestler with kirkwall ski and mad dog vashon billy watson there's another billy watson and i'll let billy batson chisholm my fault don't blame me i got carried away arm so you're doing great as always well thank you and i i'm all set i got full lines and as well as i should move a little bit more brisk nece so richard thank you for the call thank you good night now let's go to glen from glenn to glenn across the mountaintop hello glenn high i hope no one mentioned one of my favorite singers who died recently that would be warranted yvonne no one has mentioned the hawgood warriors cousin vonnie no what has hit the fan i know i know that song i love it and the where wolves in london that you know what that could so overplayed the lawyers guns and money song is a much better representation is ability to performance a singer i agree so you're qualified also i hate to correct people who you correcting well wbal i hope they marylanders wb a ten ninety eleven hundred was w kyc cleveland ohio now i'm correcting me i said wb i are you sure i'm positive okay then i won't i won't mr post office would their fight if he was listening i won't question i accept that i made a mistake hundreds out of queensland okay now w t a m well thank you and we're all cycling if i wouldn't give it to some nice child i don't have any kids jerry where if you win who's just speaking me put the glasses on to move i think it was dale thank you richard i think it was dale who's who actually who said brian wilson name you would've thought of if you didn't come up with when you came up with yeah i like mine bitter though i was never huge he's poised version okay all set but you said if i win what was it if you win you don't want it i'll give it the dale could she mentioned she had two kids oh oh cool okay hi ninety nine thanks.
"brian wilson" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"So that high like erie vocal line is brian wilson so in just the very first second of the song we have this huge spread kind of filling the entire of all deploy a little clinical term here the higher tessa torah of the human vocal range tessa toro's that being a very fancy way to just say the from the lowest note to the highest that humans can really possibly saying yes exactly so from the very first moment of the song we're kind of being hit by this like matrix of sound from low to high and it just feels almost like you're being bathed in south almost like it's an ocean wave of voices just like crashing over you i was gonna say that it sounds actually bright and the brightness feels like the sun so there's my metaphor for you okay either way i mean we are hearing full spectrum totally no totally and there's so okay and here's the other thing about the way the beach boys used their voices in like creating this huge stack of sound you hear all these kind of individual notes at once right you hear each of the singers and they're very distinctive voices from low to high but then they also all blend together so perfectly so once the kind of individual and an indistinguishable group right yeah so that gives us a maybe a feeling we're listening of like this sense of i don't know commonality of like universalism of being yourself but also being one one of many and i think there's something kind of ecstatic about that feeling yeah absolutely there's other moments in the song that reinforce this if we go back to that very first verse every time the verse comes around there's this pattern the first half of the verse is kind of stark right there's like not a lot happening instrumentally here so let's just listen to the first half of the first i.
"brian wilson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And now he's back gosh do we still have that brian wilson interview we did with him i don't know but it was bizarro dave de here because it was then he drop an fbomb to i asked him about mike love mike love his cousin so good afternoon everybody ten after four b k brian wilson story i bartended at bb king's back in two and times square and brian wilson's playing their showroom holds about twelve hundred people playing shows with two intermissions and after the first intermission he comes out to the bar and asked for a full club soda doesn't go to the green room guas right off stage walks right to the bar asks for a full club soda drinks it like you just run a marathon i mean downs it and then asked me to fill it up again doesn't interact with anybody and the people at the bar because they get up between and there's like wait that's brian wilson and then he comes in between both show stands at the bar the whole time and it just pounding club soda doesn't say anything to anybody just kind of nods does it the whole night and was was interesting to read all his lyrics office prompter but it was weird after he did like a second or third time they kind of put a security guard near him but everyone's like wait is that brian wilson he just he's just pounding club soda didn't say a word anybody just ask for soda they're very strange guy the interview we did with them i don't know if we have it somewhere but it's a couple years ago it was one of the straight interviews i've ever done in my career and i've done a lot and he was just a bizarre he's a bizarre man and like dave said i'm surprised he's still on the planet at seventy six let alone performing i believe he's still performing i don't know how good he is but he's out there so today we got a much better weather got a little rough yesterday and the day before got a lot of hail today day looks like no rain in the forecast or a very slight chance of rain rockies met coming up that'll be game three four rockies and mets they won last night thankfully stopped along home losing streak what was it.
"brian wilson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Here playoff exit job regular dominate not getting ws right now i mean well dominique actually said they can get over the cavs and wills like no they can't get over a great team but there's only been one great team in these now you're arguing with well when the beta down so i can hear dominique argue for the test aka lebron oh you can't fade it down we'll still talking i got a question why the hell we honoring brian wilson what did he ever do guy at three years i mean it's only allow seca came in a couple of good years of closure of the marlins went on our him why are we offering brian wilson and if you get honor brian what was it a terrible job i was it you gotta show up with a beard i don't care you're gotta show up exactly the way you look when you were closing gain for the giants back in the day disappointing the fence but larger question why are we on them doesn't deserve it antonio alfonseca for those of you who do not know had six fingers on each hand here debating that you shut demand how many guys have a report of their weight for each other allies this throws imagine alpha sake shows up you know they're honoring him the marlins are and he shows up with five fingers espn radio is presented by progressive home insurance get your go to progressive dot com today here's your sports center update von miller is being investigated for catching a hammerhead shark off it goes to my and potentially killing it of course of course that's what von miller is doing in my him and then he went to the clubs like short debt you got in trouble with the i saw that on instagram.
"brian wilson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Here playoff exit job regular dominate not getting ws right now i mean well dominique actually said yes they can get over the cavs and wills like no they can't get over a great team but there's only been one great team in these now you're arguing with well just when when the the beta faded down so i can hear dominique argue with wealth to the test aka lebron oh you can't fade it down we'll talk you still talking i got a question why the hell we honoring brian wilson what did he ever do guy at three years i mean it's only allow phone seca came in a couple of good years as a close of the marlins him why are we honoring brian wilson and if you get on brian what was it a terrible job i was it you gotta show up with a beard i don't care you're gonna show up exactly the way you look when you were closing gains for the giants back in the day jud disappointing the fence but larger question why are we honoring him doesn't deserve it and tonio alfonseca for those of you who do not know had six fingers on each hand here debate me you shut demand dominic was giving way guys have reported their weight for each throws imagine alfonseca shows up you know they're honoring him the marlins are and he shows up with five fingers espn radio is presented by progressive home insurance get your to progressive dot com today here's your sportscenter update von miller is being investigated for catching a hammerhead shark off it goes to miami potentially killing it of course of course that's what on miller is doing in my hand and then he went to the club's elling like short debt he got in trouble with the i saw that on instagram.
"brian wilson" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Here on the radio every friday would come up with a full ride rodney rush no one of six points in karabakh coming up brian wilson be stabbing pine about his new although album a would tune in tiny petit guy he was saying like a garden gnome right about him i mean hear the case of he's a bit the best of my knowledge he is the hole he was always like you know everyone always said wilders rodney rodney on the rug here's the business guy in the '70s on sunset strip he held court yet i rome club there and but we would show up and john lennon and everybody was anybody would go to kiss the ring a rodney bring and heimer on the sunset strip but i'm sure when you run into people in like restaurants are targeted wherever you go and people recognize you they they always want you to do you know what the impressions and stuff like that like i i went to weigh uh adelie here in burbank anna's talking to guy flying ghoshai aces are you on kfi said yeah and he says you know we see he says you seem a lot calmer in person so what do you mean he goes well the way you're on radio i thought you commit a restaurant yelling ding dong kamala there's three i'm like yeah that's that would be like you call the caps apply but i'm not a minute recreation because i thought you come and go and think my sharia law you know you're underwater that will be able to like you'd be funny here pets warrior what about having dinner i'm trying to my wife what about their pacino for that guy who are gonna tell you people loved it here appar common here and they say do hear a little voices and i do that that's great serena you're on kfi role rao garb hi wanted to say i used to listen to kill you want to live listen.
"brian wilson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Jay steve dollars back their pretending he was playing the thera vendors of a complete set up while in ah that simply set up and are then and as is the case whenever this happens and my friends do this to me i go to jericho yes they coverings hey man you know i i can't i don't want to cause any trouble buddy i mean he's right it was off of vital why did you do that to me can you tell me he had one way i don't know in so like if you search new york times brian wilson steve doll in a you might have to pay for the article but you will find a bad review of my fake saruman playing at the beacon theater when i was with brian wilson well at vibrate yeah yeah it was really liz i follow come on man right even get paid for this and the you know his doing it for fun yeah yeah if england and everything was news about fake news so fake news these above fake playing an and he's a he's so great this time to deal with it is it really has a scale via thank you from buffalo grove this sugar grove via sees wlsam wls fm hd two chicago's news talk give wall a cumulus station sources saying morris played bull is calling it quits as ceo of the chicago public schools news is next but first your wls weather channel forecast cold weather to give us on into the weekend an issue snow on the ground into early saturday morning for a salute tonight at the lake short twenty six degrees we've got some teens for low temps early next week for sunday night monday night and a coal tone of the forecast for much of next week here in chicago cloudy and windy on saturday with a high of thirty one from the.
"brian wilson" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Laundry lists the very long list of issues of that will attack everyone even even those who've gotten behind him who are hardpressed and feel dispossessed and so on because there is no such thing as billionaire man of the people her two five six two thousand in in one you know if you have a question or comment when in this conversation we're talking about uh our features and picking up in dusting off in the week getting back on in writing some more uh and so on and you know welcome i welcome your calls of people wanna talk about trump i'm not very interested today in hanging around the uh what happened in this election uh but where do we go from here what a people have to do how are you engaged how're you were uh what do you think needs to be done to five six two thousand and one you know before i go any further let me make sure a get this excuse me again i don't know what's going on today a tonight at the edgewood college three 13 to reach he hall that's at the edge edgewood codes drive of monroe street uh tonight there will be a program paying the price for peace of the story of brian wilson that's a film yes yes entered right the documentary about a brian wilson for the igf familiar with wilson allah naisseh down in front of a train as a vietnam veteran peace activists stole some years ago how what went on it and i believe it was the fall of 1987 right i remember very clearly how in awe lost his legs and still maintain we talk about maintaining but talk about picking yourself up uh an and going on uh so does documented tonight but there are also be uh two of our guests here on with the bure t today joy first mogae malaysia kilbride and patty will be there and buddy but he's going to be there to key you're not on the flyer tell me then i two three you're going to be there tonight an an and that's wonderful uh as we saw conversation uh it now in tandem with paying the price of peace the story of s.
"brian wilson" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Greatest album bowl times was it sergeant pepper was if this was at that and to a person we all agreed the masterpiece was the beach boys pet sounds which today is still in immortal recording this was brian wilson's masterpiece fillets to masterpiece and many people in the industry many of you will lay it down as the greatest album of all times that sounds it didn't sell that well and it was one of those that caught on a few years later people giving it a second or third listen going all by god um i had a chat with here we go again rubbing more names with george harrison and the late seventies when he brought darkhorse records to nm records five of us were at an irish pub in the a village in manhattan and the conversation came up same deal what was the greatest album of all times and you know it was it was it he his sergeant peppers beadle you know and without even taking a breath he said pet sounds by the beach boys and he said that album made john lennon and paul mccartney just absolutely mnay kley razi with creativity so that's how important this mamere's aljar dean is going to be joining him and many consider him an original member of the beach boys he is not i believe he came into the group about album number two or three but the fifty plus years ago so hazen original so you're going to see the both of them along with some of the greatest side man in session players ever hit a live stage and this show is a must see so i can't stressed this anymore sternly next thursday night brian wilson here at the big fresno fair this is a once in a lifetime opportunity god only knows how many more tours he'll do it's great to see him active again after like a 30year layoff so this is a wonderful opportunity and up true to my words it's like seeing paul mccartney today and i can't compare him to anybody else he stands alone he stands alone in the creativity and performance and so you gotta you gotta under calendar brian wilson that sounds terrible tim what did you just do brought thank you brian wilson that next thursday at the big fresno fair era make a point to get some tickets and you'll be so happy you did and and that is that.
"brian wilson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Impact because i don't think you can over state the impact that your dad had on music and rock and roll and all these ours what i said after his death was if if you in my kids will be a good example of this they never saw chuck berry they know who he is they don't have an appreciation for the music but i tell them and i told them this after after checked out said look you may not gnome but the person that you're a fan of they were influence by chuck berry most of them in one way shape or form and if you didn't have chuck berry you might not have the beatles there this this true in it and you put it in a good perspective too because you know arms i was so close to the whole thing they'd have just day it may new but then stepping back and seen all the other people dead would kamembe brian wilson riley just like do you would litigating what about the music to one day so if the but he's still came back i've i saw pictures of him in he's almost just bowing down to my father in the photographs he he has just this this look in his is it that i would have russell james brown dubbed oh my god i can't believe i'm staying in the same room with james brown with look the brian wilson the creative all their beautiful beach wars music head on his fate yasay so when when he was a serving usa because you're dead has a writing credit on that road i guess but he didn't it i is that what it is right by me sure doesn't sound like one of marhsall there's no doubt about it yeah that was pretty clear the early evening despite a dead brian wilson stills like hey man this guy has no joke he year i guess i did take it in i i.
"brian wilson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Yes brian wilson and the beach willis brian's seventy fifth birthday madison iconic matir from a guy still around still sarin still making tunes hugh hewitt show mark davis filling in from texas i'm with you today with you tomorrow and david drucker is the guest host on thursday and and the guest guests here in about fifty minutes as he will join us from his washington examiner e n n posting talk a little georgia oh sex and various other things in an hugh look in east still mystifying move returns from vacation on a friday but hey let's just be grateful let's just be grateful and you know what to use that of pivot into the statements of fred and cindy warm beer i'm gonna share this and then what i want to share his thoughts with you and your thoughts with the country on the hugh hewitt show phone lines at one eight hundred five two a onetwothreefour because on the occasion of something as angering something as frustrating something as infuriating uh something that makes us feel as powerless as the death of out warm beer does this is the young men who i know was ill advised i know i know i know i know but that pales against the fact that the ill wisdom of a trip to north korea and the additional ill wisdom of ripping a poster off a wall in a hotel i love the staff lore of that that shouldn't get you dead and it did and the regime of kim jong un it was a nice and lately rare moment of clarity from john mccain who pointed out that the this this young man this american was murdered by the kim jong un regime and my first thought.