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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:39 min | Last month

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Brown joins me here in the former FEMA director Talk show host Michael Brown Brownie. No Brownie, You're doing a heck of a job. The situation with Michael Brown political expert on K away news radio. Welcome to the situation of Michael Brandon Kiloliters radio. But have you with me? So you you probably be probably been hearing all day long. Uh, In fact, I just see it's hit the trade magazines that K away and Kay how are making some changes to the lineup? And I'm, uh, more than excited to announce that I'm part of those changes. And so tonight, Dragon that we're just joking with each other. Just dragons. Really a good guy. I'd say that on everybody really is, uh Beginning this thing I've got tonight and then Thursday. I think there's an afternoon game Thursday. So tonight and then Thursday night will be my last Ko a show and I am moving from afternoons on K How and evenings on K O A to do. Morning Drive on 6 30 Cahill. So you'll get 44 hours of me. Quietness. You're the groans out there. Uh, come on, You know you like it so 44 hours, six AM to 10 AM Monday three Monday through Friday. Overall 6 30 Cahill. Now The good thing is those of you who may or may not be able to listen to all four hours. Or maybe you are listening to this program..

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"brown brownie" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:19 min | Last month

"brown brownie" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Me here in the former FEMA director Michael Brown Brownie? No Brownie, You're doing a heck of a job. The situation with Michael Brown, your political expert on 6 30 K How Denver Just talk station. Time. Morning, Rob. Good morning. How are you? All right. It's a strange day for me. Well, it's good to see you in person. Yeah. Uh, welcome and Congratulations. Congratulations to you, too. Thanks. Uh, All right. Let me start with the obvious thing. You're not famous for loving getting up early, But maybe that is not really a true thing about you. Maybe it's one of these things that everybody believes that actually isn't true. That's so true about many things in my life, people think. Oh, that's that's That's the fact that get up every morning between five and 5 30 anyway. So I just have to time shifted a little bit more. Just because I mean, clearly you haven't showered shape. Yeah. I mean, I can smell you from here, so I still want to get up and find the shower before I come in. So, Yeah, this is, um This is my 15th year in radio. And this is the one day part that I've not done. Yeah, that I'm really excited about. If it's a lifestyle that Tamerlan I have, We don't have young kids like you do, And so Bingo Here. I am. Starting Monday. That's great. And for the record, I shower the night before, so I don't have to take the time to shower in the morning. And you're right. I don't I almost never shave. You're right. You're right about that, Um So what? You know I think most people who listen to my show. Listen to your show. Probably. So I think a lot of folks kind of know what to expect from you and by white folks, If you've got a question for Michael, or for me about what we're talking about, right now feel free to Give us a call at 303713 talk. Or if you want to text me a question at 57739 or a question for Michael, I'll pass it along. But is your show going to be? You know what we know that you do. Well, you know, I've always been, uh, I try to be smart and try to be funny. Try to be irreverent. I try to make I try to give people a little different perspective. Just because of my six years of experience at the In the bowels of the government about what's going on at the local, state and federal level. I'll continue to do that. I'll probably expand a little bit in terms of interaction with the listeners. We've got some kind of different ways that we're thinking about doing that. I'm excited about some of the Canada new technological stuff that we're going to bring to the program. Yeah, you'll get, uh you'll get what you've listened to for 15 years with some tweaks here and there that I think people find interesting. You get all that plus more now. How are you going to wake up? We were thinking about you know you're gonna get up extra early, and we're trying to figure out what would be the most effective alarm for you to really help you. Wake up. I found a couple things online is one up..

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"brown brownie" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:54 min | 4 months ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Morning in Los Angeles, California, But the town will heat up soon enough because the body is about to be found over the Alvarado court apartments home to some of the biggest names in Hollywood. You've probably seen some of them in the moving pictures. There's someone else of this in this exclusive Hamlet Guy and 404 B. He's a director with several Hollywood hits under his belt. Normally, he would be waiting for his valet to unlock the front door and draw his bath while his driver fired up the custom build McFarland to deliver him to the studio, but not today. Today. Everything is going to be different at Alvarado Cord because that director is bleeding out on his very expensive carpet. Stone cold dead. On February, 1st 1920 to 1 of Hollywood's most successful directors was found dead in his living room. A bullet in his back. His name was William Desmond Taylor on Within hours, news of his murder spread throughout Hollywood. It was clear from the start. It wasn't a simple Hollywood whodunit. List of suspects stretched as long as the line outside a movie premiere. I'm Tracy Patton join me and my co host James Remark tonight. Michael Brown joins me here, the former FEMA director talk show host Michael Brown Brownie. No Brownie, You're doing a heck of a job situation with Michael Brown political expert on K Away news radio. Hey, Help me help the very working situation. Michael. Brandon, stay away. News radio. Is you hurt? I think Walker mentioned the top of the hour.

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:30 min | 9 months ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Michael Brown joins me here, former FEMA director co host Michael Brown Brownie, No Brownie, You're doing a heck of a job. The situation with Michael Brown political expert on K Away news radio. Hey, happy Friday, everybody. We are getting closer and closer to the inauguration of Joseph Robinette Biden Junior in just a few days. Big story today. Well, I think it's a big story. Donald Trump has decided that inauguration day next Wednesday that he's going to get up that morning. He will board Marine one, which, by the way here, it's kind of interesting. Generally when former presidents After an inauguration. Uh what? What is normally called you? You've seen the green Marine helicopters that takeoff from south one of the White House. One of those is parked on the steps. Well, actually, three of them are you know, I'll tell you. Why in a second, but three of those you don't see the other two, but one of them is parked on the steps of the U. S. Capitol. And the outgoing president and the incoming president walked down the steps of the of the west side of the Capitol. And they shake hands and former First lady and the new first lady. Oh hug and it's all come by all And then the male former president because the new president has been sworn in walks down to what normally would be called Marine one. The reason it's normally called Marine. One is that any time the president is on any aircraft. That is Marine one of its helicopter. If he's honest, Cessna it Zee Air Force One. Whatever Whatever plane he's on is Air Force One until the normal routine is that you know they 12 travel one, the new president sworn in, and then they have all the speeches and the hoopla and we'll have a Nobel poet laureate, you know, read some Tell them that doesn't make any sense to any of us. It'll be a bunch of songs and congratulations and a bunch of formality and the pomp and circumstance and then they walked them. And the former president gets on what used to be called Marine one. But you don't have a new call signal, they'll They'll squawk something else. It's uh you know, uh Special mission 29,000. I think that's what they called it four years ago. And that helicopter will then take the former president of the joint base Andrews, where the president will give a speech at the hangar where the Boeing 7 40 sevens are stored. That are usually called Air Force one. And the former president will make a speech and he will then walk out and Walk up the Gangway to that 7 47, and I'll take off and as it did in 2017 Barack Obama to Palm Springs, California. That's not what's gonna happen next week. Next week, Donald Trump has announced that he's going to go to Mm hmm. Gonna go West poem. He's gonna go to Mara Lago. He's going to go down there on Wednesday morning before any of the pomp and circumstance starts. So interestingly when, when When Donald Trump And whoever is traveling with a must assume that barren and Melania will go with him Staff and the son in law and everybody else would go separately. He will board that marine helicopter on the south Wall of the White House. And it will be called Marine one because he is still the president and will be until Joe Biden sworn in and they will take off to joint by joint base. Andrews and the word that I hear from friends in D. C is that he is going to have some little ceremony at joint base, Andrews and then he will walk up the steps. Onto one of those seventh gorgeous. Our blue 7 40 sevens. And he will indeed take off and go toe to West palm, You'll land in West palm and then go on the march, Lago. That will be Just find it kind of humor, So I find it. I find it interesting. Because not often do we get to see a break in what is a Somewhat grand tradition in America of this peaceful transfer of power. We're still gonna have a peaceful transfer of power because there's like 25,000 troops in the mall and inside the capitals, like nothing's gonna happen. But it's interesting because because they're not gonna shake hands, and I don't want them the West steps of the Capitol. And instead by the time that Joseph Robinette Biden Junior is sworn in as the 46 President Donald Trump's gonna be at Mar a Lago. May be golfing or doing something else. And I just I It's odd. It's awkward, but I find it fascinating because it's not something that we normally get to see. Andrew Johnson was the last time we get well and we didn't get to see that because, well, luckily, we didn't have television. We did it. We didn't have anything. We didn't have social media. My gosh, how much better The world was without social media. But that's what's going to happen next Wednesday, at least from everything I hear the vice, the former vice president will indeed spend the night At Blair House across Pennsylvania Avenue. From the White House. But there won't be the normal coffee in the morning and then the traditional ride down Pennsylvania Avenue for the swearing in. None of that's going to occur. I don't know what the vice president's going to do. I don't I don't know what Mike Pence is going to do, but it's going to be. It's going to be interesting for those of you who like that kind of trivia. It's gonna be interesting on Wednesday to see that Well, everything is gonna be different. Does that surprise anybody? Does anything that Donald Trump does surprise anybody? And then Joe Biden is going to be sworn in and And then the Paul Hell's gonna break loose. All hell's gonna break loose. Could you go start spending money? Even worse than Donald Trump spent money. So if you're if you're a fiscal conservative when you kind of, you know, blew it out your rear end about four years ago. When President Trump and the Republicans have controlled the Congress began to spend money and course, Then we had the covert 19 pandemic, and then we start giving my money to people that whether they needed or not, we started giving money away. To everybody. What's going on. That's what's going to happen next Wednesday. Everybody likes to point out that there are 25,000 troops. On the mall and then the capital And apparently the secretary of defense has put or the acting secretary of defense has put word out that he wants even more troops you got even Hey, Colorado, getting extra National Guard troops you could spare there. It's going to be And you've heard the comparisons. If if the last time the troops were inside the U..

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:51 min | 10 months ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Director talk show host Michael Brown Brownie, No Brownie, You're doing a heck of a job. The situation with Michael Brown political expert on K Away news radio. Happy Thursday evening, Everybody welcome to the program and let me just tell you unequivocally Republican doors. Yeah. There is a Self veld, Self acknowledged left wing progressive Press person. One thing, Michael Tracey. Michael, please. He's been around forever, and he makes no bones about his progressive view of everything. Political, economic and everything else. So offended fascinating. Cause I occasionally go to his Twitter feed. And read through it just to see because he's also Is That's progressive Left wing news. People go He's also those that one of those that's more than willing when he when he see something that's just stupid to call it out for just being stupid. And I was kind of shocked as I read through some of the tweets. His take on what was occurring yesterday. It's always share some of those tweets with you, primarily because I think it's again if you if you heard at the beginning the program around 5 35 or so If all you've been doing is consuming the news from the networks for the cable channels then you really would believe that yesterday was an attempted coup. That ends you heard Cathy Walker say there've been five people have died, two of them from gunshots. Three of them have died from medical emergencies. He only had a heart attack or they you know something happened to them, which always happens when you have a crowd of you know, 10 15 20,000 people around somebody always gets sick. Somebody has a heart attack. Something happens. You know, they got some sort of disease that has been eating at him and then boom That just happens to be the moment that they die. Won't exclude those three. I mean, God bless him and God rest their souls, But they are not from any evidence I've been able to see. The third dance or a direct result. Being stampeded or stomped on or anything else. They just happen to have there. Myocardial infarction at the wrong place at the wrong time. But the other two deaths. Member of the Capitol police. In an air force vet. Both very, very troublesome. They're troublesome because I don't think either one of those shootings Justified. And I think if there is a Reasonable, objective investigation. In the case of the plainclothes Capitol police officer It would certainly be at least manslaughter of not second or even first degree murder charges, depending on what facts were developed. The same is true in the case of the Capitol police officer who died of the gunshot So when you when you stir all of that into this called room of the media yesterday, You would think that yesterday the United States was on the precipice of absolutely just blowing up and that the mole is in Iran and Kim Jong Hoon in North Korea is aging Ping and Vita Mere Putin or just they had their fingers on the trigger. Just ready to send the nukes over because we were completely discombobulated. No. But I think rather than me explain that Let's let Michael Tracey explain that. He tweeted out. There is no insurrection happening. A bunch of amped up. Yo, Who's I thought I was only one hears the word God. There is no insurrection happening. A bunch of amped up. Yahoo's stormed the capital due to an inadequate security presence. But the fault threat of insurrection is already being used to justify all manner of extreme censorship and soon curtailment of civil liberties. He continued, quote tweeting himself. If it's not clear by now, much of the political immediate establishment wants to foment the false impression of an insurrection because it gives them license to assert their dominance and punish their enemies with increasingly authoritarian measures. We're seeing it already. I'll get to the tech Giants in a minute. There are already colds. I'd like to say shockingly, but it's not. From both Republicans. And of course I would expect from Democrats. Hey, feel The lifting. Supporters. Why would you make a list of supporters Going first of all, if Grandma in, you know, in Paducah, Kentucky. Or Timbuktu, Arizona. Spent $20 over Social Security to the Trump campaign. She's not even on the list. You know what she's not on the list because she only sent $20 in Now the campaign might have her on the list. But the FCC doesn't have her own a list because she didn't give over $200. Whatever the current limit is, I think it's still $200. That's not even to address what the tech Giants are doing. Not just two people. That looks like Donald Trump. Like shutting down his Twitter account or Facebook. Just the platform ng him completely. But also now Outfits like Shopify. The second largest online retailer, only behind Amazon. If you do business with Shopify, your stop. Shopify has said that they will no longer allow anybody. To sell anything related to Donald Trump. So if you've been making a living over the past four years by selling Maga hats or Maga T shirt or whatever kind of trinket or whatever else it might be As you create off the popularity of a president. They've just decided that your No. Girl acceptable. You're not allowed in society to sell your wares on their platform. Now, before all of you civil libertarian starts screaming about. It's a private company, and they can choose who to do so, yes, they can. But you should also be very afraid. The president of the sets. How long before McDonald's if used to fell you because you've got to show whether or not you ever supported Donald Trump. Sounds outrageous. Doesn't That's the path we head down when we start allowing these big companies to do this, and then Michael Tracey continues, a cop shoots an unarmed woman point blank in the throat. But we're all supposed to be sending thoughts and prayers to traumatize members of Congress whose work day was interrupted for a couple of hours. I said last night. Members of Congress were probably full of adrenaline. Your heart for racing..

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:50 min | 11 months ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Football participating McDonald's Tonight Michael Brown joins me here, the former FEMA director talk show host Michael Brown Brownie. No Brownie, You're doing a heck of a job situation with Michael Brown political expert on K Away news radio. Hey, Happy money. Everybody over the weekend, The Wall Street Journal. Published an editorial by Joseph Epstein, who is a former lecture at Northwestern University. Say former because after he published this editorial, this op ed piece in The Wall Street Journal on Saturday, his name got script, which I guess is the latest way to cancel somebody. You just scrub him from ever appearing anywhere. The title of his title of his editorial was. Is there a doctor in the White House? Not if you need an MD a medical doctor. And it's kind of a tongue in cheek piece, but it also has. I mean, it has a point, at least worst worth discussing for a moment. He blessed the fact that Mrs Biden, Mrs Joe Biden, you just heard from Joe Biden? Well, Mrs Biden. Insists, as does her staff. Her husband. And his staff and everybody around them. You only referred to Jill Biden as Dr Biden. Really? Because as who be Goldberg famously of the view, once pointed out. He would love to see Dr Jill Biden as the next certain gents, surgeon general of the United States of America. Only problem with that is Her doctorate is in education. She A Z points out in the editorial. She's not, and she's not an MD. In the in the editorial, Mr Epstein or any like actually to killing Dr Epstein. But he's offended by that, because even though he has a, uh PhD and social sciences and you minute humanities. He argues that in contemporary universities, calling one self doctor is thought to be Bush League. Well. For during the question that because I said Northwestern University's English department Has removed Epstein's profile from the website. You know, this is kind of this is kind of what Stalin used to do. During me will not during the early days, but throughout the stolen regime. He was famous for. You know, you're on the good side one day and then you're on the bad side the next day, And what Stalin would do is any photographs where you know it suddenly you're on the bad side. Old photographs from always altered. So that stolen was never appearing next to somebody that he might have had to have disappeared. Or since with Google log and get murdered. It's kind of like Northwestern University, Northwestern University's English department did. But even the editorial page editor for The Wall Street Journal, Paul G. Go, writes that even he faced calls for cancelation. For the mirror for the mere act of including an op ed piece. That said, You know what? What's this thing about everybody demanding Don't have a respect but demanding that you call Joe Biden, Dr Jill Biden. All jiggle writes that that editorial triggered a flood of media and Twitter criticism. Well, I mean, Twitter's criticizing You mustn't go Shoot yourself now. He says. This is triggered a flood the media and Twitter criticism, including demands that I retract piece apologize personally to Mrs Biden, then Mr Band, Mr Epstein for all time and resigned, and just think upon my sins. Wow. Way are really losing the ability in this country to have a clash of ideas. Losing the ability in this country to have a dissenting opinion. We're losing the ability in this country to have an opinion period. Unless, of course, it fits with the opinion of the mon mob. So why, then? Is there all this hubbub? Over Dr Jill by as I said she got a doctorate in education from the University of Delaware. She's an adjunct English professor of North Virginia Community College, where, as is often the case with just college students in general. They indeed refer to her as Dr Biden. And again. She and Joe Biden insist that she received that address. But the White House is not some college campus. Well, you and I. College students necessarily. Under the tutelage of Dr Biden, where you might if you're in class. You know, refer to, uh, Jill Biden as Dr Biden. It is so needlessly vain and pretentious. As well as confusing. An example of this confusion. Was recently displayed. As I said, I would be Goldberg, mistaking her for a physician and thought she might make a great surgeon general. Here's what I find fascinating. Let's go way back into ancient history to 2013. Oh, my God seven years ago. I mean, probably most of you weren't even alive, or if you were you were just brain dead or something. The Los Angeles Times and one of the editorial writers. Actually wrote a piece that question Mrs Biden's pension for the doctor title. The L A Times wrote. I have lots of friends and a brother in law with PhDs. Not one of them expects to be addressed as doctor. So what's up with Jill Biden? And then he went to point out in the 2013 editorial that Condi Rice Likewise holds a PhD Was always referred to is Mrs Rice, Miss Rice. And that's while she was serving as my old boss is secretary of state. Roll with. Let's just be honest, a lot more responsibility than that of the upcoming potential first lady. I thought back when I read this Los Angeles Times editorial I remember one time, referring to Condi Rice. Putting in the White House. Sit room I referred to as Dr Rice. If you look at me, she said, No, Michael, just you know, Candy or Miss Rice is fine. So I always referred to as Miss Rice in meetings were there remembers of the public or anybody else. And in private county. Here's what I find to be the most insidious aspect of the stupid issue. I think it almost feeds into a narrative that somehow Joe Biden will be able to better deal with Kovar 19 because he's married to a doctor. Now it may be subtle. And the correction is offered. In certain instances like the aforementioned in Ruby Goldberg confusion. But the false narrative, I think, is actually there. By insisting on the title doctor, Mrs Biden. She shows her own pretension. And I think Truthfully, a little personal insecurity. Let's forget all of that for a moment. Let's go back to what happened to the Doctor that there to write an editorial is that they want all the fuss about Dr Jill Biden. He gets canceled. Just like one of Stalin's enemies. He gives whitewashed or photoshopped out of the picture, and then he's disappeared. And then the editorial the editorial page editor. Apology Go just told that he should resign, Retract the editorial and then just go home and think about it. Well, I thought about it today, and I think that what we ought to do is unless you're in that class with Mrs Joe Biden. Just refer to hers. This bike. Well, Mrs by neither, one. But unless I'm in the class, no Dr Jill Biden..

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:19 min | 11 months ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Tonight. Michael Brown joins me here, former FEMA director co host Michael Brown Brownie, No Brownie, You're doing a heck of a job. This situation with Michael Brown political expert on K Away news radio. We'll talk about the faster I thought we would get to something young, little seriously. The notes Friday night and that is earlier this afternoon, the United States Supreme Court in the case of state of Texas vs Michigan, Wisconsin. Pennsylvania in Georgia, who were living out Michigan was constant. Pennsylvania and Georgia. Yeah, I think that those four states The Supreme Court. Just missed throughout the case. They refused to hear the case is the way I should put it technically. Here's the order in depending case, the state of Texas motion for lead to file A bill of complaints denied for lack of standing under Article three of the Constitution. Before I finished the rest of the minute order sister very short order. Standing is a requirement that you be actually impacted. By a case in other words, if if Coop who's filling in tonight for Jesse If Coogan are involved in a car wreck. Some third party can't sue us if they weren't somehow injured by that correct. You just standing. You have to have a you have to have Get your skin in the game. And the court is saying here that Texas doesn't have standing under Article three of the Constitution. No words they're saying, Look, you may be upset about how Georgia Michigan, Wisconsin in Pennsylvania. You may You may be upset about how they chose or how they conducted their elections, but you don't have standing to bring the case. Now It doesn't mean that nobody has standing to do this. But here's what Here's why the Texas case I thought was valid. Because one is between two states, Texas versus other states and those kinds of Supreme Court cases have original jurisdiction in the U. S. Supreme Court. In other words, Texas doesn't have to sue those states in federal District Court in Texas or any of the other states and then work their way up to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction, meaning that that's where the case goes initially. One of the most famous cases. And I misspoke about this the other day. I said it was a case of Oklahoma versus Texas, and it was the territory of Oklahoma versus Texas, and technically, the case was cited as US versus Texas. It was a case involving the Red River, which is the boundary between Texas and Oklahoma. And it's a pretty famous cases a fascinating case, but I won't bore you with the details, but it's an example of there was standing there. And there standing there because both Texas and Oklahoma have an interest in a common boundary. We're here is the Red River. We think this is our boundary. But where along the way Red River. Is it the middle of the river? Is that the northern Bank South Bank? I mean, where? Where is it? And so both states had a reason had a stand had had skin in the game. We need to know where our mutual boundaries are. So, the Supreme Court in the Texas versus Pennsylvania case, said. Look, Texas They don't think they don't say anything other than you don't have standing. So you you don't have an interest in how Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania conduct their elections. Doesn't mean that nobody has standing. It just means that Texas doesn't have standing. So I still think That you perhaps could have it CIA case, Although I think I think everybody's getting tired of this. I'm not sure anything's going to happen. But you could have an individual and if any of those states the problem with that is this. Let's say that I lived in Pennsylvania and I wanted to challenge The way the votes were or the way the voting was changed. It was changed my secretary state it wasn't changed by the Pennsylvania Legislature. Well, I might have standing, but the problem is I have to go soon in just recording Pennsylvania Federal District Court in Pennsylvania. Likewise, let's say the Pennsylvania Legislature, things that they have standing and I think they would have standing, claiming that the secretary of state, you know, didn't act properly and violated the Constitution they might have standing. But still they have to start with Federal District Court, meaning it might be years before it gets to the U. S. Supreme Court. Let me go back to the order. In this case, the state of Texas, the court road Texas. You are. Well, we're late, starting just like we really starting anyway. But let's do this. Let's see whether not Darren Copeland's got standing with the traffic and I'll be right back. Well,.

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:56 min | 11 months ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Michael Brown joins me here, former FEMA director talk show host Michael Brown Brownie, No Brownie, You're doing a heck of a job. This situation with Michael Brown political expert on K Away news radio. Hey, everybody wants you to think about something. What is probably more in your mind? Which of the following is the most outrageous to you? There was a I think mind bendingly. Impossible 570,000. 2 3200 ballot dump in Pennsylvania, the favor Joe Biden. That with that massive ballot dump occurred. You just happened Have 570,000 votes for Joe Biden and only 3200 ballots for Donald Trump. Is that the most mind bendingly awkward thing you can think of, Or how about the mainstream media that has just black that whole story out and just doesn't want to talk about it or any other election anomalies. In any case. There's just been this here. Mm, huge yawn. This is pretty appropriate considering the news these days. Although that shouldn't be the case in a healthy republic, you know in a healthy republic. Which I'm not, you know, I know we're sick with covert. But I think we're sick with a lot of other stuff, too. And I think one of the things that we're sick of is we've lost a lot of faith, confidence, legitimacy and all of our institutions. Always easy to criticize the media. But do you do you trust Congress? You trust your local legislators? You trust your governors? Those bells. You trust the local dogcatcher. That might be the one person I might actually do Trust. Stories. About Election fraud. In a healthy republic. Widely disseminated, critically analyzed. And thought about thoughtfully, not just don't picking sides and this is all true and that is all false. But you actually critically think about okay. Does that make sense? You always been very good in statistics and college or for that matter, high school. But I know enough about statistics to understand that it's pretty impossible to have a 570,000 to 3200 ratio Ballot dump. Particularly the swing state like Pennsylvania, and that dump occurs Oh, well after the polls have closed. Nor is The idea of just I looked, the election's over. Let's move on and listen. Let's don't even think about it. I don't think that's an appropriate response, either. That's exactly what you get. Kate Bedingfield, who has been tapped to be Joe Biden's White House communications director. Says, literally looked, the election is over. So don't don't question it. Don't look at it. Where is I'm coming from the position that even if Donald Trump is not able to prove that there was enough fraud to overcome Biden. I nonetheless think that For the next year. However long it takes Every state in this union ought to be seriously looking at their voting systems. They're voting machines how they vote mail in ballots. They ought to be looking at everything. Because if you and I can't trust the election system I mean way aren't living in a healthy republic if we can't trust that our vote is actually going to be counted. Tablet fairly or counted at all. Then one. Why vote because it doesn't matter. When in fact voting You and I voting is probably one of the most important things that we do is American citizens. When I think about The green revolution in Iran and and how they thought so desperately took three of the vote. Yeah. The Afghans that we're more than willing the Iraqis that more than willing to go stick their finger their thumb in a purple bottle of the and then proudly displayed it. Look, I got to vote. We shouldn't just blow this over like Biden's White House Coms director does That thing, Kate Bedingfield said. That virtually everywhere or everyone on Earth has accepted that truth. Except for Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani. The Trump campaign has been left out of every courtroom with their meritless and baseless lawsuits meant undermine the will of the American people. Well. That may be her opinion. My opinion might disagree with that. The only opinion that matters when it comes to whether not a case is meritless or baseless is the judge. The judge is going to make that decision. And I'm more than willing to wait for the judges to make those decisions. And I quite frankly, I don't give a rat's ass what Kate Bedingfield thinks or says. Let's go back to that Pennsylvania ballot. The bombshell. That news of a massive and decisive spike anomaly. The testimony regarding that spike was provided by Phil Waldron Thies, retired army colonel. Former combat officer with a background and information and electronic warfare. Paul Kengor writes that Waldron, who testified along with Giuliani's team, brought to the hearing his considerable expertise in analysis of election data fraud. After Waldron presented his material the chair open the floor for questions. Rudy Giuliani went first asking Waldron to clarify what his analytics team means when they talk about spike anomalies in voting patterns. Well, Baldwin to find them as events were a numerical amount of votes are processed in a time period that is not feasible or mechanically possible. Under normal circumstances. Wow. I'm not a journalist, but I can tell you right there. That's a new story. And if you're a journalist You really ought to be covering that you're listening to situation with Michael Brandon K away news radio. Let's find out whether or not there and Copeland knows what's going on with the traffic.

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"No, there's no discount for people especially provided for Michael Brown joins me here, former FEMA director co host Michael Brown Brownie, No Brownie, You're doing a heck of a job. The situation with Michael Brown political expert on K Away news radio. I woke up this morning. Excuse me two elastic Graham from a listener last night that I was a danger. That I needed to quit. Killing people with false information about masks and covert and everything else. Family email. Interesting because if if It's indicative two things about radio and that is the most listeners aren't listening. 100% of the Temple You're doing other things you're driving in your car for you. You You're getting regular go through an intersection. So your mind goes to make sure somebody's not gonna t bone you or your at home, listening on the radio, and you're Why for your husband or your boyfriend or girlfriend or somebody or the dog poops in the living room? I mean, if something goes on the destruction, and you might, actually Ms The most pertinent thing that somebody might be saying on the radio about some contention I've made That's nobody's fault. That's just the way it is. I found it interesting that someone would claim that I was unduly scaring people, and I was endangering people's lives when I talked about masks, because, in fact, I still have the the studies here. Went through. I gave you The 12 13 14 or 15 different studies, including a meta analysis, then by the CDC itself. That shows that mass or general ineffective against something as small as a coronavirus. Yeah, this novel Coronavirus is not unlike any other corona viruses in terms of its size, its shape. It is a little different in terms of its Varada. Gee, it's a little different in that We haven't seen a crone a virus like this. But in the family, a corona viruses, this is no different than any other coronavirus like the common cold. Or influence air be the kind of the kind of viral infection that you get. Whether it's through droplets or air flies spray, which is just what happens. That's what these studies were showing with masks, and that is that the mask might stop the droplets from passing. But then just diminishes those droplets into aerosols, which then passes move masks. Well. The fact that we have all these studies that say that is never going to change some people's minds, regardless of how often you repeat them. How often you tell them what you know, it just doesn't make any difference. The reason that doesn't make any difference is because people have bought into the absolute incessant Mean, incessant fearmongering that goes on. Know about 350 years ago. Genre attempted to give Londoners accurate assessment of fatality rates of diseases in the community so that people could understand what the risk level Woz Now, up Until recently, the Centers for Disease Control. The CDC fulfilled that saying role, But then the CDC decided to abandon tradition and sensibility, and they started treating covert differently than every other disease. For death to be considered a covert death coming no longer needed to be the immediate immediate or even the underlying cause of death. Now, death is considered a cove in debt. Covert death, even if covered was only a contributing condition. Member last night I gave you the example of somebody that has, you know. Uh, final in stage renal failure. And they come here with covert. Well, all the covert does is speed up that renal failure. It's not the cause of death. In any medical examiner worth his salt is going to put on there that the primary cause of death is in stage renal failure. Brought honor exacerbated or sped up by the Koven. I mean, let me give you another example. Death certificate that list dementia as the cause of death, but does not list a respiratory ailment is likely to be a case of dying with covert, not from Covina. The thing is true for accidents, heart attacks, strokes and any other non respiratory condition. Look at the Singapore as an example. Singapore only counts death as covert deaths if they are accompanied by pneumonia. If we follow that Criterium in the United States. You with the covert death in this country would be not the 232 140,000 you here, but 90,000. And it would be comparable to a very bad flu season. Let me repeat that again. Because I know that again. Maybe the dog just pooped on the floor. Or maybe you're driving through an intersection and somebody just about to bone you. There's something took you away as I gave that example. So let me repeat it. Singapore only counts death as profit deaths. If they are accompanied by pneumonia. Now, if we did that Covert deaths in this country could be about 90,000. It would be comparable to a very bad flu season. So if you want to disentangle Respiratory covert death from other types of covert deaths that requires examining individual death records and that's difficult to obtain. Yeah, back in May for the decided to release their data on almost 1500 cover deaths. About two thirds of those deaths. That lift listed more than just covert as a cause, also listed a respiratory condition. See why Singapore does this. Four to release data almost 1500 covert deaths. Two thirds of those that listed more than just covert as a cause also listed a respiratory condition. You have COPD. You already have some sort of lung for you maybe have lung cancer. You have any number of respiratory problems? Maybe you're heavy smoker. It's a cold war ability..

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To improve the nine o'clock hour or from headquarters to get that nine o'clock hour, Roland This's uh, I don't think this is what she meant to put the onus on their fall guy. Step up. No, it's their fault. If they came in bigger numbers, I wouldn't get my balls busted. You know, it's not my fault. I've been doing this for 20 would do the same Stupid act for 24 years. Either. You like it? You don't And the listeners have decided the nine o'clock hour that they're going to go Do something else. Well, Guess what. If you do that, I'm going back. I'll have to go back to Akron and do on weekends in Akron, Ohio. It's Conway Show. Akron, Ohio. Hey, how about those Cleveland now? Brown's man? Yeah, they won one over the weekend. Later on, we're going to talk to the ball. Boys from the Cleveland Browns will be stopping by. They've got some goodies for you, but to bring into some T shirts. And some brownies, Brown brownies, You're gonna love it. 32 degrees now in downtown Cleveland. People out in Shaker Heights, 34 degrees and in sugar and falls 35 degrees. Don't forget sugar and falls Blossom. Time is coming up, And that's what all the kids get out to the park. They enjoy themselves right outside the popcorn shop. Get on down there on Main Street. If you want to go see the house where Tim Conway was born, 43 East Orange Street there in chagrin falls, Ohio. I think I could do that right? That actually sounds really nice. Thank you. It really was really comforting. Just sounds like a lot less pressured. Admit it's like Mayberry really is awesome. It's a what a great place to grow up my dad in the last couple years of his life, and I was talking to him He was abandoned wasn't feeling well. And you know when you're not feeling well, you just you know you just it's everything is just blurry and crazy. Why he said to me goes, he goes. Hey, T. You know one and he calls me by my first initial t. I said what? What is it there? And he said, if I had to do it all over again, I would have never lived. Ohio. Is that right? Because, yeah, I just have a little simple job doing television. And you know, Cleveland like he was or maybe radio O, or maybe get a a small business. And raised you kids in outside of Cleveland, Ohio, because that's one of them. Big regrets in life that I left Ohio and came to Hollywood to pursue the acting the acting bug. And he says, I defy to do it all over again out of state in in Cleveland, Ohio, Isn't that a song? Why? Oh, why? Oh, why? Oh, Did I ever leave Ohio? Yeah, I think it is. Yes. I think it is. Why? Oh, why? Oh, why? Oh, why did I leave Ohio? I looked that up. Yeah, he was. Ah, Imagine you're dead to the same thing, too, is like I came out here and it's great, but I don't know. Cool about Kansas. Yeah, he's he's from Chicago. And then then, right? Yeah, they buy both. My parents grew up in Chicago. Then they moved to San Antonio because he got a job there than Portland, Oregon. Love that in Kansas, and yeah, I think I think he'll always have a sweet spot for the bread basket. Did you when you were born? Were you born in Kansas? I was born in Portland, Oregon. Oh, that's right. Yeah, I was born in in tigers. Oh, Tiger is beautiful. I just like the high end place in Portland sends the money. We weren't in that part. Yeah, he did. That's for the California Pizza Kitchen is down there with a LA and that's high end up there. That's probably just where the hospital wass Oh, I see. You know what you're going to do in sports? Oh, yeah. He was born doing story with you. And that's why I like for us. We kind of identified with that army brat vibe, But he was just moving a different markets for better TV jobs. Oh, I see. Yeah, on Then he landed a big gig here in l A. That's right. Yeah, that's kind of cool, But I found that it's a doors day song. Oh, there you go. You guys hear that? Yeah, it starts.

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Michael Brown joins me here in the former FEMA director Michael Brown. Brownie know you're doing the situation with Michael Brown, your political expert on gay away news radio. Happy Monday. Everybody, you know, I'm always kind of Doug's backed by the stupidity of what people have to go through. Just to, you know, just to make a living just to do their job just to try to, you know, Put food on the table. Pay the mortgage. Pay the car payment. Pay the electric bill paid, you know, pay that the cable bills, you might pay cable bills anymore. So imagine you live in Minneapolis. And looters crashed through. You know, your four to ceiling windows. They steal a million dollars worth of booze. Mayor. That's either a lot of that. That's that's not much of a lot of really expensive booze. Let's AH, whole bunch of kind of cheap booze, but either way, it's a million bucks worth of booms. All this happened back in May, so the owner John Wolf of a place called Chicago Lake Liquors. He kind of wanted to protect himself. If the rioters and looters who you know, got me. I think they're done. I don't think that I don't think they're gonna be coming back any more. I mean, they've only been in Portland doing this for 90 plus days or something. So how much longer they're going to keep doing it. I don't know, maybe another 90 days, but I think they're kind of the kind of pita ring out until until you realize that well in the morning, we'll talk again and there'll be some more riding going on. So so John Wolf, the owner of Chicago Lake Liquors, decides that well, just in case just in case The looters and and think about it. Remember to the There were two people looting that or two people that tweeted about the looting that said, to really dumb ass things once said. We shouldn't really care aboutthe looters because they're not hurting anybody, because, well, the insurance company to pay for everything. When I talked about that earlier this afternoon, I kind of gave a quick lesson on force majeure clauses in contracts, particularly insurance contracts to say, if you know we're going to pay for the damage to your property, unless it's an event of force majeure, meaning that you know, an act of God did something or something like civil disobedience in which thinking in which case they say, Well, sorry, but you know if if rioters come to your town, we ain't paying Because you know, that's why you pay your taxes for cops and stuff is to keep the looters from breaking in. So looters think that nobody pays except the insurance company. Of course, I'm kind of curious about who pays, you know, like the premiums. For the insurance to protect you from the looters but thought that tweet aside because that was clearly kind of a dumb ass looter. But then there was this looter that said the looting was justified. Because you sometimes you have to lose in order to feed your family. And of course, they were showing pictures of Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. People breaking into the into the Gucci store, and I thought, Well, you that makes sense because nothing says, like, you know, food like a Gucci handbag. And then, of course, now there's the Chicago Lake Liquor store where they stole a million dollars worth of booze and I'm thinking now I get it. Because I mean, who needs meat and potatoes? I mean, you need you need some. You know, PBR, you need some Pabst blue ribbon. Or some cheap tequila. So you know, John Wolf decides he's going, He's going to do something. And he decided that the investment that he would do they would protect him from any other damage would be to put security shutters on the outside of his building. Going to cost about $50,000 to put these up. I think it's a pretty good investment, considering that if every major city in America if you if you want a business anywhere near the central business district, or like in cold around you on the business on Federal Boulevard or downtown Denver, you don't need to worry about this. I thought $50,000 was kind of a good deal, except he ran into an obstacle. The city of Minneapolis bar security shutters on building exteriors and has done so since 2004. Now ST Paul, the sister city, you know, just one across the river. They allow external shutters as long as the owner's request a permit. Minneapolis limits security shutters to the inside of a property so that leaves the outside windows vulnerable to attack. Now, in a report that justified this rule change. They argue that external shutters cause visual blight, Just sub sorry visual blight. So so imagine the hurricane shutters that they haven't Miami Dade County on the Million dollar condos. Would you rather have that? Or plywood. I'm kind of thinking that, you know, unless it's really fancy plywood, which I don't think any play would be to find his fancy but plywood. Versus shutters. Steel shutters that you know you close so that looters trying to get your million dollars worth of liquor can't do it. But no, that would be ugly. Mr Wilson. I'm going to spend millions of dollars to bring my business back and I don't want to have to buy 20 windowpanes and have them broken. The first day property owner should have the options on how to protect them. So see, this is what's wrong with Mr Wolfe. He thinks that he is a private business owner Auto have the option to decide how he wants to protect his business. No, no, no, no. You see, this is America. 2020 in America, 2020. They decide where you can eat how you can eat how much you can eat. They decide what we know where the where the wear a mask. Not where to wear a mask. How far too? Staying away from somebody or how close you can get somebody? I mean all, there's a rule for everything now..

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Brown joins me here. Former FEMA director Michael Brown Brownie know you're doing the situation with Michael Brown political expert on K Away news radio. Back, so it's just the way it is during baseball season, So you know somebody's in here. Some days I just show up in Iran tells me to show up. Let's talk about what's going on in terms of the media and all these protests and riots and everything else going on because in the wake of the protests The riot's kind of this. The general upheaval that's been sparked by the By the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. I think we're kind of experiencing a racial reckoning of sort. And if we are In light of that racial reckoning, the response from all of the liberal elite institutions, you know the political institutions, the social institutions of cultural institutions, the media institutions. I think almost all of them have embraced the idea. The the ideology of the protesters. You know, let's quit using the word protesters because I really think the bigger die I don't care about people protest ng. Protest all you want to And in fact, I encourage protest Ng As long as you do it peaceably within the confines of the Constitution. It is always you don't do like they did Monday in Coral Springs. Where they show up and again. I don't care if you show up your protest within a R 15 or 10 gauge, and I don't care about that. What I care about is when you block the streets and you keep people from getting to their homes because you're intimidating them blocking the streets, which is which is a violation of the rules of law. I think you intimidate people. By walking around with an a, R 15. I think that that's what I think. Generally protesters. Don't exist. What we really have going on in the country right now is an infection of mob violence. And I think all of those institutions I just named, have actually embraced the ideology of the mob. Me give an example. These are the titles of Of opinion pieces. And and new stories in some cases. There had been published by two newspapers that I read that you don't have to. The Washington Post in The New York Times. Listen closely. And tell me if you don't think that they have not adopted the ideology of the mob. When black people are in pain. White people just join book clubs. That is a CZ much of a racist statement as Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson or Senator Byrd or any other bigot has ever made. In the history of the country. Or this black activist wonder is protest ng just trendy for white people. I am. So why people want to be one of the good ones? Really? They're the good ones. Because the bad wounds are the ones that I see that you allow to infiltrate if you're truly protest. If you were truly upset about something that you think is an injustice in society and your marching along with a nice little picket sign provided to you by George soils or somebody and you're walking on a public sidewalk. You're not blocking I 25. You're not blocking traffic somewhere on Broadway that I'm fine with that. But you're allowing the mob to infiltrate and take over your protest. I love this one. Actual headline. America's enduring caste system. Our founding ideals promised Liberty and equality. For all our reality is an enduring racial hierarchy that has persisted for centuries. No, I think there's a misunderstanding between equality in the Galateri. Um We have equal opportunity for all But I don't want to live in an egalitarian society. I don't want I don't want whatever amount of money I make dependent upon the man of money that somebody else makes or how much money somebody doesn't make. I don't want my ability to go do something or say something or read or whatever it is. I might want to do dependent upon somebody telling me what I can or cannot say or about whether or not it's going to offend somebody. If I haven't offended anybody, even in the 1st 5 minutes of this program that I consider myself a failure. The last entry on the list. A lengthy feature of America's caste system in the New York Times Magazine. Says that United States. Is exactly like Nazi.

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Former FEMA director Michael Brown Brownie know you're doing this situation with Michael Brown Go expert on K Away news radio. Happy Monday. Everybody program. Glad to have you with me. Let's get started. There's a lot to cover tonight. In the afternoon program. I was on a tirade, but a calm, cool collected tyrants. Not not not my usual screaming and shoving. I think decibels never got over 145 maybe 140 45 dbs. But What I was upset about is on Friday. Ross Kaminski, who hosts a morning show on K. How interviewed his friend Jared Polish, who happens to be the Democratic governor of the state of Colorado. And during that interview about I'm not gonna play the sound bites tonight. But during that interview, Governor Police said that you know the cleanup with state capital, which was vandalized and covered in graffiti and damaged Parks around that were damaged. Other buildings were damaged, the governor said. He's really concerned about it. But it's a It's a slow, meticulous process and you can't just paint over it. I kind of Chuck. What? In chuckle? I laughed out loud about that because Nobody's ever suggested that we should just go down to the state capital. Because if you know anything about our state capital, it is this beautiful kind of pink onyx from Bueller, Colorado. That is, well a phonics. It's it's a former granite. And it's not painted, if a natural color so nobody ever suggested, And nobody ever thought, I guess, except a bunch of numb nut two dimwits that will we got graffiti. Let's just go painted over. So I'm kind of marked that Well, I didn't kind of blocked that I really marked it. And then I mocked the fact that he wanted to Have the state architect study it and they were in the meantime, they were going to you know they were going to fix it by putting a plywood and chain link fencing. Hanging sheets from hanging sheets from the top of the Capitol. I mean, you know what? White trash. I mean, just like white trash. He'll write me nothing says that we are a modern City with incredible law enforcement, great culture, and we really care about our city. Nothing more than the state capital being covered in plywood surrounded by chain link fence and having I don't know sheets hanging down from the top of it. So I was on this tirade all afternoon about true Dumb ass three on the part of the governor's part thinking that we were all dummies when it came to the damage what needed to be done? And so during my show prep this morning I ran across the United States Department of the Interior has something called technical preservation services and talk. It has a whole series on removing graffiti from his story masonry. Man. I mean, if it's an entire chapter I just want to read you the first sentence in the first paragraph. From the Department of Treasury about how to preserve and take care of graffiti on a historical buildings such as the Colorado State Capitol quote. Removing graffiti as soon as it appears, is the key to its elimination. And the key. The recurrence. In other words of you. If you really want to keep graffiti from coming back, you need to remove it as quickly as possible. And if you want to remove it from historic building, you need to remove it as quickly as possible. So how long's it been a month? Two months? I don't how long it's been, but it's been an eyesore ever since. Well. CBS News is out with a story this evening that the repairs have begun. So I read the story closely. Of course. And in light of what Governor Polish said on Friday. Well, you know, we just We can't paint over it. We need to hang sheets. We need to put a plywood. I mean to me, it it almost sounded like okay. We have a hurricane blow through. Solicited up the plywood. You know, we had We had some flood and we had ice storm or whatever. We have some damage, so let's put up the plywood. And just to be safe. Let's put some chain link fence around it. All we need is a razor wire on top of it to make us look like a real asshole city. I mean, well, Denver kind of isn't as whole city but that would kind of be the cherry on the top, right? Here's how CBS for reports the story So bear with me because I don't think CBS for intended to make this story laugh out loud, funny, but it is in light of what the governor said on Friday. Denver Dateline CBS for repairs to the state capital in Denver, began Monday after weeks of protests and demonstrations, broken windows graffiti And vandalism or among the damage to the state Capitol building surrounding buildings in the complex parks and monuments. Okay, well, Broken windows. The governor mentioned that we need to put bulletproof glass in the windows. Well, that could have been done already. It's not like you have to special order, broken or bulletproof glass off Amazon. You can get that pretty quick. I'm just saying from experience, you can get that pretty quick. Then this, the plan to make repairs and cleanup has been revised several times. As the damaged worsened over the weeks. Oh, let's go back to what the Department of Interior said. What was that sentence again? Removing graffiti as soon as it appears, is the key to its elimination. But I mean, the department of Interior says what? We should do it in the state of Colorado. Maybe we see it. Maybe Democrats see it as some sort of mark of of honor. Like, Where is good to see where? Where is good? A Seattle why? Chicago? Chicago? You ain't got nothing on us, Portland. No. Don't Goto Portland come to downtown Denver. Los Angeles San Francisco. Screw them come to downtown Denver. Where is bigot Asshole City as they are The plan to make repairs and cleanup has been revised several times as the damage worsened over the weeks Now, I you know I kind of like to diagram sentences. I kind of like to read between the lines. I think what CBS for was trying to say here, but maybe they didn't want to offend the governor. And that is this. Had you done, the cleanup would have happened. Or maybe had you love put the National Guard or the state patrol out and prevented it from happening. The damage couldn't have gotten worse. One of the damage never occurred in the first place and two. It might not be more difficult because you sat around on your ass all this time trying to figure out well, you know, this looks pretty cool. Let's put some plywood and some barbed wire fence up. Medicus looked like Seattle and Portland. The cost. CBS says to make the repairs is expected to top $1 million changes the cleanup continues. Crews, they say, are experimenting with different chemicals and lasers to remove the graffiti. Except that CBS for attach is a photograph, which shows a couple of well shows any time you have a public works job. You need one guy doing the work and at least one or two guys just standing around watching right? And so they show a photograph of two guys in orange shirts. Both have their hard hats on One with a.

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"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The former FEMA director Michael brown brownie no the situation with Michael brown on gateway newsradio everybody we're a little bit about somewhat heavy stuff fall apart immunity because of stuff that's in the news in Colorado a no knock warrants but I also will open the phone lines so if you want if you have questions comments you want to drag me over the coals about something or you want to tell him and you know how great we are you can give us a call we'll talk about that too three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five which is why those Fridays were I feel like I've got to talk about this particular issue because as you heard in the top of the hour news the Colorado General Assembly our legislature is passing this police reform bill and I have not read the entire bill so I that cabbie ought to without right now what I do know is they are trying to eliminate qualified immunity for for law enforcement in some lawyers would agree with me some lawyers will disagree with me but I think that is a huge mistake and I think it's going to have unintended consequences that if I know if I were called and I was losing qualified immunity I might be looking for a different profession why would certainly be talking to legal counsel about how do I protect my assets because what qualified immunity does is it pretty much protects cops good cops who are acting properly within the scope of their duties it protects them from frivolous lawsuits and it also protects them if they're acting as I just described within the car with within the confines of their duties are doing what they're supposed to do and they're exercising some sort of reasonable discretion in doing so someone who claims that they violated their constitutional rights can't sue them and go collect on their personal assets when you take away qualified immunity you not only open up the world to a boatload of frivolous lawsuits or let me rephrase that because frivolous lawsuits under the rules of federal procedure in them most state rules as a very specific meaning in a lawyer cannot file a frivolous lawsuit without running the risk of being personally sanctioned for having filed a frivolous lawsuit so instead let me phrase it this way it will open up the door to warriors who maybe you're going to push the envelope I mean that you know a cop acted in bad faith is a cop violated you know whatever municipality that cop works for whatever state that cop works for in this case Colorado violated somebody's constitutional rights and did so without regard to state policy or municipal policy whatever it might be what is qualified immunity qualified immunity qualified immunity is just it's a judicially created doctrine shields not just cops but government officials in general it it shields those people performing discretionary duties from being held liable in civil court it has to be a case where the plaintiff is claiming that the government official this case was we're talking specifically about cops where they're claiming the FA Cup deprived that plaintiff of statutory or constitutional rights you're entitled to qualified immunity so long as their actions don't violate clearly established statutory or constitutional rights all of which a reasonable person would have known and the Supreme Court has in in several cases but in in one case in particular the Supreme Court is observed the qualified immunity balances two important interests the first interest is the need to hold public officials accountable when they do exercise their power irresponsibly and the second is the need to shield cops in this case from harassment distraction in liability when they do perform their duties reasonably so the the humility that we get this qualified immunity we give cops is this broad protection instruments intended for all but the as the Supreme Court said all but the plainly incompetent or those who knowingly violate the wall it's designed to give cops briefing room to make reasonable mistakes of fact in reasonable mistakes of wall the Supreme Court historically this has said that the driving force behind qualified immunity was to ensure that as they describe it insubstantial claims in layman's terms the colder frivolous lawsuit and there's this analysis analysis that you go through to determine whether or not a cop is entitled to qualified immunity and we I I might talk about that a second but what I'm what you think about how it works procedurally because whether or not a cult is entitled to qualified immunity is determined at the very beginning of the case virtually before anything else takes place a cop has to make a claim for qualified immunity and the court has to rule on that based on all the facts that are spelled out at that point the lawsuit the Colorado legislature what football is qualified immunity you may have the right to do that don't get me wrong the Colorado legislature has the right to take away qualified immunity specifically for cops of course I would argue if you're gonna take away for cops which I don't think that you should do then you should take it away for city councilman state legislators governors.

Michael brown FEMA director
"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"FEMA director Michael brown brownie the situation with Michael brown experts on newsradio everybody in the welcome to the first day of opening which is not is anything but I've never heard more caviar to my entire life and what I heard I didn't I didn't hear all of it I got the car just in time to hear part of it so between hearing that and hearing a little bit of just the previous stuff I think just as flummoxed as a does anybody else is trying to make hay of track trying to figure out okay what is exactly what is exactly does this mean first of all we got a new tower dating gaping the the well the state you're going to have to be getting first I guess that means it in here I gotta take a deep breath I support a little tequila the night before start the program the thing that bothered me the most about listening to everything that I've heard over the past well since I simply dialed into the station I am listening to the to the television over there these were still being led by a bunch of technocrats by bunch of public can put a bunch of public health and safety experts that have never never ever ever ever ever been in a clinic in taking care of a patient in their entire life they they would think I don't think they know how to spell clinician let alone actually practice medicine and that's not to say there's not there is not there is a role for epidemiologists there is a role for scientists and there is a role for elected officials elected officials should ultimately make decisions about what we do and do not do and all I heard this afternoon were up a bunch of non elected bureaucrats telling the most powerful man in the face of the earth and then telling fifty different elected state governors sovereign government which how they should open their sticks until the new word of the day boys and girls is dating before we can even get to phase one we have three phases in each of the three phases has a section for well just the peons like you and me and then importers I always found that kind of fascinating because they didn't like employers down into let's say the sole proprietor of that you know like like my couple like my little my little Japanese couple that runs or three and I'm not sure which they are that run little dry cleaning store that took two weeks off because they were just they were scared to death and no matter what I told them about how dry cleaning and laundry was in the central business they were just like well you know Mister brown we just well we just we we we would have to we will take off so there is no differentiation between you know a fortune fifty company then my local dry cleaner but before we even got to that point we have to go through a gating process which means we have to go back to the models you know the models that haven't been worth feces over the past you know six weeks those models we now have those little bottles that will have to look at to make a decision whether not to call the state of Colorado or your state a review have to be listening can go through the gate and even though you might go through the gate you didn't have to go through the phases phase one phase two phase three then I heard somebody say well I hope that we can certainly be open you know sometime by June that is said by someone who clearly doesn't have a financial worry in the world said by someone that doesn't have to worry about a paycheck doesn't have to worry about anything is set financially for the rest of their life and never has to worry about whether or not they have a job and even if they don't have a job at a case Ross Roy what the heck I'll just live off you know whatever you know financial home the goal that I'm sitting on and I just felt that sole offensive because it ignores the reality of what's happening in the world around us and what's happening in the world around us is something that I'm I'm gonna help on until well I guess until next week it also Harper next week to call just to look for one hours to three hours so for all of you who have been well I don't find the liberty say that you're not so good shot U. S. jobless claims top twenty million.

Michael brown FEMA director
"brown brownie" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"brown brownie" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Yes welcome to rhythm pixels a video game podcast episode. Twenty one dash six. I think technically two hundred eight also a large number of very large number. We're your hosts findings ROB Nichols and I'm prevail. Every week we bring to you the greatest. The best the most magnanimous the best the absolute best in video game music. No every week we he bring you adequate moderate. Okay at least great at best but neither to your ears. Let's not doc doughnuts. Just not yet people coming writing angry leverage you promised us the best in video game music and I got to start the show. You'RE GONNA pick a fight. Well this is a worthy topic topic to pick a fight on at we. Have we have to set the record straight on what we provide the list will. Our friendship survived this episode. And also by they'll just be really hilar- really hilarious all right so last last week Cornell you and I we picked from our favorite games of the last decade The week before that we picked from our favorite games you pick from your favorite games of two thousand nineteen need tracks from Games. That's more aspirational games. I'd like to have played last year that I might play this year. Dream living living that dream and this week this week is a patriot. Exclusive live streamed episodes so if you patriot dot com slash rhythm in pixels and become a member. Ever of our show contribute even just once a tiny little bit. You get access every month to US recording the show live with you you in the Trat Chat is calm straps now the Strat I'm cool. It's an sports thing I'm hip uh-huh personnel will crack jokes back with you and we will also place requests and if you're lucky. He also crack his hip crack. Everything that's true. And you get to see US goof off and have some fun we will also play tracks suggested by you and will also read testimonials if you would like to send them to us Ala Ala.. You should send test the. VG 'EM Jukebox. Yes may she rest Nashi dead. She says I think actually rest with lots of games. Yes I believe that she is more hibernating. Yes Yeah Haji Haji we salute you. Don't say it too loud though Haji will burston. Tor- haunted man. She can play some Jane. I miss the jukebox. I do too. I also Miss Cookie cookie so cookie was the okay clooney. The dry bones issue is the dry bones all right so man that lorraine teeth in it at first I was confused but then by the episodes it's amazing. How did you and cookie? Wow so in the chat we have some. We have some people in here. We've got Ed Wilson from the embassy. We've got Chris Murray. Everybody told me how old they are. which by the way makes all of a sub because I'm ancient your ancient dish of GM? I'm to pox. ALL-STAR CAMMO worms hanging out with us too for the first time. This week is good to see you. In their heats. Fishing is fishing for fun. And you know what. He's catching a big one. God we're terrible putters real. Well we got a lot of music to get through Before we get started. Probably did you have anything at the top Adriana to chat about well. It's funny so I am running on like burning fuel like crazy right now and and I am trying to get through my new year's resolution and I decided I'm going to start keeping a monthly record in the two month. WanNa know how. Well oh I've done on each of them just to keep focus. 'cause used dropped the ball on that stuff so far issue so good. A been exercise has been consistent started interesting weights review game seasons kicking back in. So I'm not like I said earlier. I'm not done with Games. But now messy trying to roll them back in and they controlled sold moderation list of switch titles down. Look I need to play some of these. I WANNA beat at least one game on this blast. We talked about this last week. Have you prioritize is have you thought about prioritization. If you thought about what goes I what goes lest no. I've thought about the personnel way which is chaos across the board man but things are get done the though I will say this though I am also attempting to so this funny people that know me know me including you obviously know no that generally your stop. You know that I'm generally go with socializing. I can just pick up a conversation and chat with people out the drop Rava behalf not hard. Yeah however I feel that a lot of that conversation occurs in nonetheless in a bit of a bubble like I'm always in some scenario area where I'm comfortable whether there's like one mutual conversation topic I can always latch onto your attic invention a bunch of random people and someone knows you from somewhere. Every you buy at the convention has the common thread that brings us off so even if we have nothing else in common there will be games animator. He's so I've I've been trying to one of my resolution start dating people or whatever I'm trying to build up more conversation with people completely outside of my element like just people had mixed results I had lunch with a person today that I invited out WanNa win. And what was awkward Not so much for me but more in the what you have I had chicken fingers and fries chicken think es and Fratto. Ah Oh God that iota still. Does he ever actually say chicken nuggets or indies on that. Show Yoda I don't know. Is this meeting. You're talking about but hey I thought you were riding at me. But now we're in limbo just being cute because you'd love it Mersing so Basically we were eating and talking and I'm trying to light okay. Think normal conversation. What do people talk about so I asked her to ask her about herself? She got all all this weird like off his gossip. Okay we started talking about Ginger for -cation but it got weird because we were talking about the gentrification of mild neighborhood and I'm sitting here talking like do you really understand what you're talking about because clearly you had it in back in the neighborhood for a while has yes she has it. And I'm like no this. You don't tell me about how I feel about the case of mild hood like that's ridiculous. War Got Really Weird. Done that on Rela and it was just very very bizarre like and when I tried to learn about her personally she wasn't even let nest of good best she was like. I used to run a massage parlor Blah Blah Blah but not the other kind above above the board. We are staying on the on the xactly. That conversation did too but That was what she used to do. The best information that guy but as the dialogue happened here. I'm like man. I WanNa talk about something I wanNA actually talk about. I wish I could ask you learn something about this person that could actually utilizing like future endeavors of discussion like this to learn about the person. It was a frustrating condo. I was so glad when that lunch was over so I wanted to complain about systemic racism in the city of Wilmington and gossip about work and talk about her past job. Yeah Yeah but nothing about the person would have been nice. We just talk about TV top on good good place or whatever but it was. I gotTa tell Ya movies and television. It's always a good. I think there's always it's always good like at at some family events where we get like all get together and we don't know what to talk about someone brings up a TV show. They're watching and then everything's fine again. It's like talking about the weather whether it's the water cooler you can take with you. It's the water cooler you take with you for the pixels. The water cooler you take with you. That is true. Why didn't you? Why didn't you tell her about on our show if we could have had another listener? Just my luck. Hey I heard what you said about me on your show Sir. Hey Trash in quite every he's here at work and you're like why aren't you on our patriot. Why haven't you subscribe to our Youtube Dollar Dollar? Come on eight the Brownie. You left the ate leftover Brown Brown and Brown Brownie. What it's good? I'm glad you did it. It's I think it's I. I still think it's all very worthy. It's a good did exercise. Keep doing it. That's why I'm going to try to do. Because I figure ultimately experiences GONNA lead to Labor for yes which will then hopefully get me goals. I want your flexing muscles. That's what you're doing. You're you're working out. The social muscles are working out the most of the the take a move. Pity I mean. I don't know what kind of lunches these are. You guys go into paintball arena sticking move or you playing basketball now. I've thought about social pivots social. Oh Oh yeah. Yeah yeah you gotta be on a roll with the conversation which is not the easiest do sometimes but it can be fun in the right situation but then back to the topic of our actual show. I was like a right these days down. I'm trying to think of a few of these days I'm GonNa get through. I forgot name them. If anyone in the group is listening and nosing. He's gains they're like yes. Hone in on that bad boy. I was starting to check you. Give me the top five. Okay there's not authorised it's awful bloodstain mega man. Eleven fire emblem three houses. Sis Space Space Labyrinth of refrain of US OCTA PAT trevor and Riverside. He goes I went more than that. But I'm GonNa tell you skip bloodstain skip no have you played symphony of the night played again. What do better? Oh Yeah I I have not gone back. Because it's been so buggy well. They did patch. Maybe I should go back then should when did they go beginning of the month. Okay because I've had some issues but I think you I think you're GonNa have a lot of fun with Dr Path Travelers. It looks really neat and Chris he's been raving about fire emblem of the twelve houses. Assist us a lot of houses at the four fingers fingers on fingers photo of the nine fingers do all right so let's get into some music and then let's get into some more gabbing gabbing. We'll take some suggestions from the chat and we'll go from there. I'm going to start with because this is an even numbered episode and I am square. I'll stick with rombas okay. This is a suggestion from a new Petri on member and actually I'm a fan of his podcast cagey on the last week. This comes from hammock her or as he was known on the GM jukebox super kicks all day long. Let him either this from Tokyo highway battle for the Sony playstation. This is attract called night. Wind.

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