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"bruce canton" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Year warranty this. We're going to offer them. The colts town the roses back. Expect expect you sleep would keep putting out solid pet. Sorry roswell that's right. We put out the song all right. So yes we're talking badly leaking hall for one through four mini series from nineteen ninety eight or nine hundred eighty eight. It shows that way though. It's weird 'cause like it was written by the guy. Who's writing batman at the time. Jim starling for those who may not know. He created in command state Character called dana's the cosmic stuff. That's what always surprises like. He did a batman. Nra we wanna get kind of like weird like mental batmans kind of the go to guy. He pitched this all the way. They didn't come in with this. He came to them with it. True you wanna get nuts come on. Let's get nuts. Show you crazy So yes written by starling pencils bernie wrightson inks bernie wrightson. Oh fancy shuttles. They'll ray colorist. John costanza letters coast. In of course. Dan rambler denny. O'neil editors flat. I mean that the best way so this should be good as long as it liked worked into that grim and gritty thing. You know kinda got batman away from the goofiness than he was a gareth. Yeah thrown in. Yeah yeah whatever but yet throated So pretty nice. I liked the commerce. Like the painted covers must painted and more in my my my book that has actually a lot of interesting back in the refinement that i'd probably buy them in tournaments hosted things yelich especially that issue won crystal and hit that me over the manhole cover. Yeah alyssa manhole cover girl. Little house turtles best though judgments say ray agree on something on having a sausage best. Alright so yes issue. One will book one deal and boy is it though. Yes from august. Nineteen eighty eight. It is dark in the wayne. It is dark at the wayne estate. As an isn't it always. And bruce wayne finds himself walking towards a mysterious house that has never existed before i know lord by some mysterious and magnetic attraction bruce's tempted to enter the erie place and he goes deep into the darkest corners of the building until he finds trap door as its in the name. Come on Oh really russell. He says this. This book made my brain melt. Yeah you and batman So yes he goes to the trapdoors. Bruce opens that the word joker comes out of it and threatens to blow himself in the entire place up with bombs strapped around his body. Bruce camp stopped the joker but the bombs turn out to be an april fools joke. Hey birthday present. What about sending me presents capes and lunatics. I team Bruce canton yeah Bruce lose is tempering gradually transforms into the batman the angrier he gets Dr banner would have a word with her. When the transformation is complete batman precedes the brutalize joker before he picks up an axe and mutilates the criminal ending his torment. Or good kill me. He killed with their election. Not wait kills the joker. Oh thank god finally finally apple some like into the joker offers give him something. Oh for that ended. That snyder cut out so he's got a best friend. What are you talk radio It is then that batman wakes from his nightmare the same that he has had since he was captured and taken down to the sewers of gotham city. Batman has been tied down in prisoner for many days by lowlifes and homeless people. All of whom serve the mysterious man called deacon black fire a black guy in it. What is with these with these fancy people come up with fake names and end in fire. Come on. I feel so called out right now. Take a break. The self appointed leader of the cult when the members is a commune and we classify as a religion for tax purposes man. That's what i want for us. Man come on kids drink. Kool aid senator money When the members of the cult notice batman has awoken they tell him the story of black fire once again and how he is supposed to be the mythical godly shaman from ancient times according to the whole stick. I don't appreciate according to the accolades backfire. Tried to guide the megani tribe into the path of righteousness. Come on what did you hellfire. Why don't you go with black fire. Come on branding the no true okay. You mean like black panther. Black life janka. Black lightning expire bro. Health appearance imple-. Oh my god. Did you watch falcon of winter soldier episode to yet now okay. I won't spoil too much but yeah they're walking down. One is really has anything to do with the plot. They're walking down the street him in some kids like oh. Hey he's like he's like black falcons. He's like black folk music. Yeah my dad says your name. Black falcon black kid. He goes he goes. Oh so you're black kid. And his friends like all poked. 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"bruce canton" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"Expect expect you sleep would keep putting out solid pet. Sorry roswell that's right. We put out the song all right. So yes we're talking badly leaking hall for one through four mini series from nineteen ninety eight or nine hundred eighty eight. It shows that way though. It's weird 'cause like it was written by the guy. Who's writing batman at the time. Jim starling for those who may not know. He created in command state Character called dana's the cosmic stuff. That's what always surprises like. He did a batman. Nra we wanna get kind of like weird like mental batmans kind of the go to guy. He pitched this all the way. They didn't come in with this. He came to them with it. True you wanna get nuts come on. Let's get nuts. Show you crazy So yes written by starling pencils bernie wrightson inks bernie wrightson. Oh fancy shuttles yes. They'll ray colorist. John costanza letters coast. In of course. Dan rambler denny. O'neil editors flat. I mean that the best way so this should be good as long as it like worked into that grim and gritty thing you know kinda got batman away from the goofiness than he was a gareth. Yeah thrown in. Yeah yeah whatever but yet throated um so pretty nice. I liked the commerce. Like the painted covers must painted and more in my my my book that has actually a lot of interesting back in the refinement that i'd probably buy them in tournaments hosted things yelich especially that issue won crystal and hit that me over the manhole cover. Yeah alyssa manhole cover girl. Little house turtles having best though judgments. Say you ray agree on something on having a sausage best. Alright so yes issue. One will book one or deal and boy is it though. Yes from august. Nineteen eighty eight. It is dark in the wayne. It is dark at the wayne estate. As an isn't it always. And bruce wayne finds himself walking towards a mysterious house that has never existed before i know lord by some mysterious and magnetic attraction bruce's tempted to enter the erie place and he goes deep into the darkest corners of the building until he finds trap door as its in the name. Come on Oh really russell. He says this. This book made my brain melt. Yeah you am batman So yes he goes to the trapdoors. Bruce opens that the word joker comes out of it and threatens to blow himself in the entire place up with bombs strapped around his body. Bruce camp stopped the joker but the bombs turn out to be an april fools joke. Hey what about sending me presents capes and lunatics. I team Bruce canton yeah Bruce lewis is tempering gradually transforms into the batman the angrier he gets Dr banner would have a word with her. When the transformation is complete batman precedes the brutalize joker before he picks up an axe and mutilates the criminal ending his torment. Or good kill me. He killed with their election. Not wait kills the joker. Oh thank god. Finally finally apple sells them into the joker offers. Give him something. Oh for that ended. That snyder cut out so he's got a best friend. What are you talk radio It is then that batman wakes from his nightmare the same that he has had since he was captured and taken down to the sewers of gotham city. Batman has been tied down in prisoner for many days by lowlifes and homeless people. All of whom serve the mysterious man called deacon black fire a black guy in it. What is with these with these fancy people come up with fake names and end in fire. Come on. I feel so called out right now. Take a break. The self appointed leader of the cult when the members is a commune and we classify as a religion for tax purposes man. That's what i want for us. Man come on kids drink. Kool aid senator money When the members of the cult notice batman has awoken they tell him the story of black fire once again and how he is supposed to be the mythical godly shaman from ancient times according to the whole thick. I don't appreciate according to the accolades backfire. Tried to guide the megani tribe into the path of righteousness. Come on what did you hellfire. Why don't you go with backfire. Come on branding no true. Okay you mean like black panther. Black life janka. Black lightning expire bro health appearance. Oh my god. Did you watch falcon of winter soldier. Episode to yet now okay. I won't slow too much. But yeah they're walking down. One is really has anything to do with the plot. They're walking down the street him in some kids like oh. Hey he's like he's like black falcons. He's like black folk music. Yeah my dad says your name. Black falcon black kid. He goes he goes. Oh so you're black kid. And his friends like all poked. You read Yes but he re read the lead the tribe the righteousness but he was spurned attacked. By the tribesmen injured and agonizing backfire was supposedly locked inside a cave in a totem was placed outside as a warning of backfires false purposes centuries. Later the megani abandoned lands until they have good common. Capers abandoned the lands till eventually disappeared an event that the acolytes credit to the mystical force of black fire went from the running. The doctor hurt eventually. The land was founded by. Oh my lord. Eventually the land was founded by the dutch in nineteen zero six. Everybody's.
"bruce canton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Things. Like that are going on now. Going back to what you're dealing with do you. Do you feel some pressure has been removed from your from pennsylvania. Now that michigan has been declared for for joe biden because before we heard donald trump was his pressuring pennsylvania and suggesting that was the one who is going to take to the courts. Do you feel some pressure as lifted from you. I think it helps certainly. But i don't think it'll take the pressure off us. I think and and we put pressure on ourselves in all honesty to make sure that this dun-rite understand you've had to put the mail in ballots in a separate pile. Why is that so the Pennsylvania supreme court has allowed us to accept ballots that have been postmarked by november. Thirty eight o clock for three days. After that time so until friday at five o'clock we are allowed to receive and count. Ballots have been postmarked timely. The trump campaign has indicated that they think that's illegal and that should have come from the legislature and not the pennsylvania supreme court so they appealed that decision to the us supreme court and it came down with a four four split. We do understand. We've been asked to keep those ballots segregate. It'd counted but segregated because we do understand that the trump campaign is going to file another appeal to the us supreme court so those votes might be disqualified. They could be yes. I know you told a new yorker reporter that you've had stress dreams and nightmares about bruce canton for many months. I have yes. what worries you most. What's what's your what's your worst nightmare at this point. Well we're getting close to being finalized on our particular of vote count but my nightmares have been that we are counting and they stop us. They file an injunction and stop us and There's so many legal ramifications of that. What do you do. Are they allowed to do that. This is a strange time. We're living in right now commissioner moskowitz. We'll be watching these days to come in state. And i appreciate it to speak with us. Thank you thanks so much. have a great day. You too bye-bye by that was marion moskowitz. The democratic chair of the board of commissioners in chester county pennsylvania meanwhile florida's votes have once again alluded. Us democrats joe biden. His team had hoped that a win. There would help them. Secure an early victory. But that didn't happen. And one of the reasons appears to shift of florida's latino vote towards donald trump santiago juniors with the republican national hispanic assembly. We reached him in deltona. Florida san diego. How does it feel to have helped. Secure florida and it's electoral votes. Donald trump it feels really good. It feels really good. How do you think he did it. Well obviously a lot of hard work. We spoke to the voters. We talked to them about the differences between the candidates sand. It was honestly a big push a big team effort. The consensus seems to be that the appeal of donald trump was that he He went over latino americans in florida and was able to tell them what they wanted to hear what they needed to hear. What was that appeal. What did he. What was the pitch. The fact that under president donald trump right before the covid nineteen situation. The hispanic latino community was doing so good as far as business regarding economic development regarding entrepreneurship. Were having her amazing year. But it's a talking point. I mean we had record low unemployment so it was a lot to do with Economic spirit that the president had brought. Was there not a lot of talk as well. Comparing joe biden campaign to socialist leaders past and present in latin america suggesting that comparisons with venezuela was gustavus with Fidel castro. what appeal was that. There was some comparison. But hispanics are not dumb. I mean joe biden spit in politics for forty seven years. You know you. Just don't wake up for after a career in politics like that one day. Say hey you know. I have an idea now. Now want implemented. It wasn't only this. This appeal that he. He tends to be extreme to the left or he hangs out with. Extremists like bernie sanders. Aoc just the fact that forty seven years in office and now you have an idea to do something i mean. Why didn't you do something before. Okay this this day that there were many occasions when donald trump khan said that joe biden was a socialist talked about him in the context of other social leaders and he portrayed in that way was that fair for the republican campaign for the trump campaign to have painted. Joe biden socialist again. It pretty much was fair. I mean some of the some of the plans that that joe biden had do have socialist tendencies medicare for all the guy couldn't even garnish any support from the law enforcement community yet. I mean i don't see why would not be sure. Mr biden does have a history of support from police associations. There were obviously challenges in this case but also the efforts to paint the the black lives matter campaign as an extremist movement was successful in florida. Wasn't it it was and do you think that was fair. Of of course. I mean you have looked. The constitution. grants has the right to peacefully. Assemble to government for grievances. It doesn't grant the rights to create riots in the storm property. Okay but we know way. We're not going to say that of the black lives. matter movement. There were elements. There were moments that did turn violent on both sides but for the most part overwhelmingly the black lives matter campaign has been peaceable except for several times when the police of attack did including if we recall in washington dc when they were pepper sprayed as they were standing outside the white house so a lot of cases where the black lives matter campaign did have elements violence. We don't know where it came from but we have to say the American pain has been for the most part quite feasible. That that's not true. Not trying to be disrespectful or anything. But i'm trying to answer your question. You interrupted me and then you try to defend the different position. I mean am i am i answering. Your questions. remind debating while i'm pointing out when you get things wrong when you say things that are patently false. A half deutz my responsibility to actually do that with all due respect. That's not correct this same issue that the president has with media outlets. He makes a comment Then the media tries to fact check him right there on the spot when they're incorrectly try to portray a picture of something that we americans no. It's not true and indus- partially part of the problem. That joe biden has we can move on from this but the media does the media does fact check on spot because they have the facts and they will always correct on both sides. Whatever candidate they will correct facts on the spot. So that is the responsibility of the media. And ask you also. Donald trump has made disparaging remarks about mexicans. He's described as rapists and drug dealers. He insulted a latino american judge. We know that his administration separated children from their parents. Lock those children up. Did people in your community. Did they have a problem with any of that. Okay so right there you just made you just made a president trump. The not lock kids up. I said i said this administration locked.
"bruce canton" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"I. Don't. Think. He's ever going to be jury. Well that's the question if he does beat them. Do you think that the four fight would be the biggest fight in heavyweight history? Because you know, we've never seen that many heavyweight rematch. Guy On this caliber. Right! Fighting Times. I would say it depends on how you. Because the fight Ashby so electrifying. That the public wanted demand for fine. You see what I'm saying. You really because regardless he taken a title so now it's like if he beats fury does fury AJ plans out the window. So. It's like maybe you gotta do that four or five. Because you know a lot of people are like you. You don't even want us to you on sound, you WanNa fight you and believe while the winter. So you know if while the does get a win. People still going to one man he awhile. Don I feel like that anyway. I feel like Oh, he oh! Of rematch because he really beat them twice. Everybody that draw was robbery. That's how people talk right now. Yet, But I'm. I'm sure to be one of the biggest in history. You know the Ad Shaw like a thriller in Manila I'm sure it would be one of the biggest fights a history. Of close to it so coach man before we let you go any any New York amateurs you working with that, we should be looking out. The might turn pro. On. This kid! The kid named has Jihadi comes to the gym. I remember him his name. Aja Harbor know his last name. Tall Skinny Kid. He, he's he's. He's GonNa be forced to record. And of course you know. Shoe Shoe Bruce Canton. Of course. You know shooter. He out there right now. Yeah, I've had the opportunity to work with him to you. Know and and shoe shoe. He the man right now. Shushi was demand needs one number wanted country. We looking for him to bring back home, the gold digger way he gonNA fight in Olympics, you'll. He's fighting Olympic. Luma. Wait wait I think he's GonNa. Shoot. You might be one thirty two. Thirty to. One, hundred zero while. Yeah, he might be one thirty. Two might be low I, we want twenty six of one thirty two. Well coach man, that's all our questions. We definitely want to thank you for coming. Norman! We want to continue to get you more regular especially now you've got skype work out. You know the minute you in Richardson Gift? Some News. You're not going to be in Balanga corner this we now what happened was. Because of the Kobe. Because Kobe. was happening is tap rank. Only allowing. One one call man. To, but they got them already there. I don't know this. To me drink. But because his father wanted to go. Is Father wanted to be with his son so I told him I'd say. Stay home that go, so he'll be in the corner because the way type ranked Godley, nobody could be only just the two, the two coaches and fighting. You know I just was out there with. mechalle. McKell, let's be. Let's beer. You heard what happened. What is managing? Yeah, you have. The bubble and he got. Any call them Oh sway. That was. Os. who was that that was his? Father host father. Spear and his mandate K with us the first time Oh. Yeah, when he tested positive. Is it right? You saw was the problem there. They didn't want. Said you know what is bandaged, never been there. so. Two coaches, so they made twenty made total. Drafted one by Father Let. A believe leander's father. Greg out there, but the coaches me and So so what's up with hosts sway 'cause I seen you with a picture. Well, hold sway. His title was that before the fight with his father got kicked out. was you take the fighting for? That was the fighting for okay, because I know that Chino worked with them. The last fight because his father got kicked out, assigned out the fighting for who there was me. I was out there I. had somebody on that caught? I forgot who it was though. We all together. Right. But if you can't give out your social media man, we want to thank you obviously for coming on, and like I said man, the mini Richardson sign, or or you got anything ready to bring you right back. Happy. He was able to get skype going and thank you again. Right you can reach coach lady. Underscore one hundred rounds, and that's all these zee. On instagram and I also have email on exam X. I. L. E. Sixty at Yahoo dot com, and also to Kelly at a Juno Dot com. All right coach. Thank you for considering me like really appreciate it. You're doing great. Thank you. Rate! We really like what you're doing. Richardson Hitches I'm happy you over there with Balanga. Man. We expect great things from you. Guys man so Yeah man, keep keep at it, brother. So your guy. Nice Day and we'll talk soon all right. They have lady Jane's. Lenny. Wilson. Coach Ninety Wilson trainer of Richardson Hitchens. Works a of the assistant corners I think we're going to go ahead and reconvened Beckett I. don't even know that it makes sense, but whatever will be, are they? GonNa makes more sense, just real quick. If if you WANNA, just come back real quick as soon as we get a topic and we can get everybody else calls. You know to talk about this topic and yes. We're going to go ahead and cut out, but we got Jeff Mayweather scheduled at eleven thirty. Catches on the next one at eleven thirty..
"bruce canton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Wants and the justice department is the president's personal law firm Attorney General Barr has agreed to testify before the house Judiciary Committee on the matter next month rain but also winter snow is set to impact the northeast as the weekend approaches mainly a rain event for the major east coast cities Atlanta DC New York and Boston of course for the higher elevations of upstate New York for have a New Hampshire and into Vermont that's where we could pick up a few inches of snow fall through the course of the early weekend here's meteorologist Derek Van Dam I'm John he would start with the national security implications of this balance of power with David west what could be a system to help we gazed at noon eastern on Bloomberg radio Bloomberg the world is listening markets headline and breaking news twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business out these he's a Bloomberg business slash I'm here in Moscow and U. S. stocks are declining alongside European shares his officials in China deploy a revised methodology to diagnose the corona virus sending the number of confirmed cases store and we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg the S. and P. five hundred and a quarter percent or eight points at thirty three seventy one Dow Jones industrial average down a third of a percent or ninety nine point two twenty nine thousand four hundred fifty two and the nasdaq down for transfer center thirty nine points at ninety six eighty five ten year treasury up three thirty seconds yields one point six one percent yield on the two year one point four three percent NYMEX crude oil is up one percent or fifty one cents to fifty one sixty nine a barrel call my school have a quarter percent or four dollars to fifteen seventy five sixty an ounce zero one point oh eight five five against the dollar the yen is it one of nine point eight two Alibaba group holding warning at the corona virus responsible for killing more than one thousand three hundred and China is exerting a fundamental impact on the country's consumers and merchants in Milford its revenue growth in the current quarter meanwhile JP Morgan economist Bruce canton predicts the corona virus will cost growth in the world's second biggest.
"bruce canton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"They don't see a thing so a lot working for a hobby one state you did it you did it that was Richard a is the golden globes last week never back out you know obviously a joke at the golden globes but how close to the bone was that and how much is Hollywood still wrestling with the complicity around Harvey Weinstein well it's interesting with Harvey there are a lot of people who sort of quietly I did know that something was awry that doesn't mean they all knew that he was an alleged rape yes but they certainly knew that there was a way that he behaved toward people in general and women in particular that was just unacceptable I'm one of the areas where I think complicity is really a question is in the agencies it was agents who sent these actresses on their auditions agents sometimes really did know that it was not a safe place to be sending their clients and so there's been some soul searching at the agencies but they've also been probably slower to change than a lot of the other major companies in Hollywood you know this I should point out that you know the have you watching trial is not necessarily the the me to move it to me to move and it's not necessarily all around Harvey Weinstein they've been you know number of names to come up since the me too movement started but I mean everyone seems name is is certainly the most prominent so that being said what's on the line for the movement with this trial yeah it read this really is it once he really is sort of the the the top of the tidal wave as you say there many many other people who have been affected by the movement and then one steam but it does feel like what this jury in New York does makes a big statement about whether alleged predators are able to sort of function in the world and and get off without punishment interestingly though even if one's team is acquitted in New York City he now faces new charges in Los Angeles so he will literally go directly from one trial to another the Oscar nominations have come out lived for a lot of people it's hard to separate the Oscars from Harvey Weinstein he was known as a as a master campaigner he was no someone had a lot of influence over the Academy Awards are they still feeling his influence in Hollywood today even though they may not want to talk about it yeah I mean Oscar nominations warning was Christmas morning for Harvey Weinstein he invented the modern Oscar campaign with this movie with his campaign for Shakespeare in love which beat saving private Ryan and I think it was nineteen ninety eight and of the nine Best Picture nominees seven of them have a people running the Oscar campaigns who once worked for Harvey Weinstein so if that doesn't give you an indication of how large he's still looms in Hollywood and in particular this time of year I don't know what to say we're gonna keep an eye on the trial thank you Rebecca for joining us thank you Rebecca Keegan is the senior film editor for The Hollywood Reporter she joined you from Los Angeles California you're gonna hear is checking in with her back as the Harvey Weinstein trial continues hi my name is Agnes oval and you're listening to Q. time power it's been almost a week since the terrible plane crash in Iran that killed a hundred and seventy six people including fifty seven Canadians any emotions in this country are still raw as we still try to process the tragedy many of us turn to the news TV radio newspapers podcasts Bruce McInnes work appears in the newspaper but it does something that the facts and figures can't always do he channels the anger the frustration and the anguish such a really tough moment Bruce canton is the editorial cartoonist for the chronicle here old Nova Scotia's largest newspaper and its cartoon this weekend about the tragedy in Iran quickly went viral it's not the first time Bruce McKennon's work spoke to people so widely you might remember his cartoon about Brett Kavanaugh send a Senate hearing which is hugely circulated in the U. S. last year so Bruce McCann and joins me on the line from Halifax to talk about how we approached this particular tragedy hi Bruce thanks for joining us thank you Tom so can you I know that I said this is not easy for a radio show can you describe the cartoon that appeared in Saturday's edition of the chronicle Herald certainly it was it was a fairly straightforward image I had Donald Trump and deterring in leadership yeah I told us standing opposite each other each with a firearm pointed directly at each other both having gone on smoking gun does it work and figure it as your eyes move down the figure that has has been shot in between the two of them is a is a Canadian comedian civilians because referencing that like anything Canadians killed during the conflict between these two people exactly yeah I mean there's a lot of grief and anger and disbelief in this country right now and as I mentioned a minute ago there's no shortage of news stories opinion pieces about how this plane crash happened and a lot of conversation around who's to blame here but I'm curious like what is a grieving public at from a political cartoon like yours as opposed to like an an op ed or a news story well the first thing it is immediacy you can look at an image like this and you can get the message almost instantaneously I think the short form of of of the message of this image is you know these these to these two men share the blame for this you know and it's a much more complicated issue than that and we can hash it out in thousands of words and columns and and you know and and people can speak very powerfully that that way too but I think if there's you know quicker message to be had an editorial cartoons you do it right it can you know it can invoke you know make it basically can speak for people you know who feel the same way in this case I think what it what it was able to offer was a morsel of truth you know again very quickly you know in the case of the cartoon as the nation's real cartoon I think that was more about sort of offering some country to people who really had you know did know how to feel or how to sort of you know mitigate the grief that kind of thing so you know each each cartoon addresses an issue like this you know can offer something different what what what what about you like what is working on the cartoons day in and day out does it help you work out your own frustrations your own questions about these issues yeah I mean I think it helps me in the same way that that it helps you know those who who read the cartoon but for me in particular is there's a certain empowerment in being able to sort of stand up and say something that that you know again that offers truths or consolation or what have you you know what I have an ability to sort of speak for people and I don't you know greater ability to speak for myself this is my opinion that goes out there and you know not not everyone can dance in the way that it is an editorial cartoonist can do have you have you heard from folks about your cartoon yet all of these men all kind of feedback yeah and it's you know it it runs the gamut I mean you know for the most part as you know old people our supporters and people are appreciative but there is a there are always two sides to every argument those who who you know what would you know deny that these two leaders you know share equal culpability in he certainly have the trump basin supporters you know denying that he had anything to do with with this so you know everyone is there there's quite a debate going on over there and and it'll continue going on you know how long after the cartoon has been published and that was going on before this is funny you know the the well I mean it's it's not funny I'm I'm the cook all the internet all the cartoons I've talked to you about today have been ones that have had to reflect a tragedy or a somber moment in our country but ultimately your job as a political cartoonist not one that's right one of your jobs as a political cartoon is is certain levity is a certain amount of a you know making a joke what's it like to have to step outside of that satire in the in these situations it's uncomfortable you know it's and it's never something I look forward to that you did it it's I I levity is our happy place it's not the whole cartoon it's not it's not even the most important part of a cartoon the most important part of a cartoon but you speak clearly and that you say something that has impact that maybe you know if you're if you're lucky will affect change will affect a lot of people that's that's you your job is essentially to communicate you know it's as strong as possible and state your opinions if you can use you know humor in that process and then that's fantastic and that that are happy place you know that's a cartoonist happy place but for the most part you know who we have a lot of other you know aspects to our jobs that are important and when an issue like this comes up I don't I don't like I don't look forward these issues at all your voice in this possible but in cases like this they're on avoidable they're they're sitting there on the front page day after day and we have photographs were for numbers you know days in a row of of of local victims young university students and you know you can't yeah not look at those photos and and and not be affected Bruce Preece I'm gonna leave it there thank you so much for joining us that Bruce McCann is the editorial cartoonist of the chronicle here in Halifax more Q. is coming up right after this her story that change the way you saw the world I'm guy rise to each week for inspiring stories Ted radio hour from NPR Wednesdays at nine PM ninety three.
"bruce canton" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Republic the story the final year of the American Civil War and to my to my immediate right is Donald L. Miller and I hope I can call you don he is the author of several New York times bestsellers including masters of the air America's bomber boys who fought their war against **** Germany which is currently being developed as a mini series produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks which is probably the closest I'll ever get to to meeting those gas I previously worked as a consultant for the H. B. O. series the Pacific and is contributed to several episodes of the of American experience doctor Miller received his PhD from university of Maryland and joined the faculty at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania in nineteen seventy eight no we say let Lafayette in I'm sorry let's face it there's a young man where he is the spin it is great John is the John Henry McCracken emeritus professor of history at Lafayette College and we're certainly happy to have you as well to discuss your brand new book Vicksburg grant stand pain that broke the confederacy I guess I'd like to start out if if I may by asking each of you to give a brief overview of your book and if you would how and why you chose this particular subject to to ride on yes I am a start with you okay I'll try I'll take a whack at that I had the I'd written a biography Stonewall Jackson a few years ago and I and you know that this was a was of a life but it also covered the first two years of the war of course because he died in in may of eighteen sixty three when I started to do some further reading after I finished that book in the final year of the war at the end of the war I was really struck by how different the war was in me just absolutely a different place to me I mean much more better vengeful hate filled the dire extreme whatever the world might be it was just such a hard war ended there was sometimes historians have used the term band box kind of you know almost for foolishly to describe the early war we choose for young man you know leaving their small towns well bands played with dreams of glory you know and this this died very hard but there was a certain innocence about the early war I guess and I just thought that not only was the latter war I far more extreme place but I think that if it influenced the legacy of the war and then I started looking at doing that I thought you know I I said you know I knew that Bruce canton won the Pulitzer in nineteen fifty three with this wonderful book called the stillness at Appomattox and that was a book about the last year of the war but it was seen from the army of the Potomac scene from grant's army also Sherman was in and what wasn't covered by that and I I thought to myself we don't be great to do the last year the war and I figured well if somebody's probably done at seventy five times by now and in fact not nobody has done it and and there have been some granted me leave books and there was been eighteen sixty one and there was Appomattox and there was April of eighteen sixty five but not the last year and to me the last year seem like a very valid lands server aperture whatever through which to look at the war because its the it starts roughly Graham at least in my book with grants arrival to take command of the union armies and ends roughly at Appomattox which is roughly a year later then you have all these things that happen in the you know the election of sixty four and grants marches and the advent of a hundred eighty thousand black soldiers into the union armies of four so it's just seem like the the original driver I guess was to capture this is this very much harder war which of course you know came about because of the the south refusal to lose you know on leashes all all sorts of nasty demands that the in addition to the economic construction of the south and great casualty lists you have you know these guerrilla wars you have these anti civilian warfare of Sherman and shared and you have all these things that happen because the south won't lose anyway that's that's the best I can do Sam go with him to the Republic some title to his book the story of the final year of the American Civil War thanks well I'm a storyteller always looking for a good story don Miller Vicksburg and I was shopping around for something as watching Ken burns a series and here I'm going to get in trouble because I know can and I thought is a really sketchy kind of portrayal of the battle of Vicksburg in his magnificent documentary the civil war which really ignited reignited interest in the civil war very important way and I was curious about that why the western war the soldier valued and started to a little reading on it but I guess the transforming experience for me was coming down here and I was struck by the majesty of the site you know this small town for two hundred command commanding view of the river on a horseshoe turn of the river in eighteen sixty three this mysterious delta to the north Louisiana country the values I was struck also a going over to the university of New Orleans I do some work for the National what were to be easy and I was looking up the tremendous records they have owned cavities of Vicksburg amazing number of people are dying of disease measles and smallpox malaria thank god not yellow fever and and I thought maybe this is this thing yeah I read a couple books on Vicksburg and there are some good books on Vicksburg but I really wanted to brought copies I see this thing as a battle for the whole Mississippi valley and it begins with Farragut coming up through the Gulf and taking the wardens in April of eighteen sixty two that opens that part of the Mississippi grant comes down the other way with a gun boats and the the the two fleets the iron clad fleet and Farragut's fleet of big salt water frigates meets in front of Vicksburg in summer of eighteen sixty two and I can't take the place and because you don't get the army cooperation and I thought and then grant comes down he fails and fails again and again and it's a long campaign and and I thought I wanted to put this campaign into some kind of context where it just wasn't bullet by bullet I think you know I noticed recently maybe getting off of the top and I know it's recently I read an article that attendance at national parks is down and park I just saying the people want contextual stuff they just don't want to blow by blow description what about slavery what world at play here you know after Gettysburg who came to pick up the bodies that families come down here what role did women playing Gettysburg's of nurses and things like that so I did the women of the expert I want to do those it was great great diaries inside Vicksburg by women who were caught in this circle of fire inside the city is great by diaries of mistresses outside at Joe Davis had a granddaughter who's living in these brother Jeff Davis and I found over here in the archives of five hundred page on published autobiography by hertz have diarrhea or biography of spectacular I thought this is so much that needs to be done on this thing and I really wanted to treat it as a campaign now the battle I don't think battles win wars we won World War two because of gigantic campaign beginning on the day that one all the way to the Elbe and individual battles like her kid and things like that matter that is the same thing with the civil war it wasn't wanted Shiloh over anywhere else in a single ballot was a relentless attritional campaign and I think grant came up with in this campaign yeah he's with the Mississippi yeah the river was open it was a really important things I'm not trying to dismiss them but I think the big out take on the battle is he learned how to beat the south and he fought with at that time consider that a total war war against civilians as well as soldiers it was pretty rough stuff and and it was relentless and I think Sherman learned to fight from grant my place versa I kept running into Sherman in the light reading I was going in the beginning is calling for restraint and grants a no go after it and that's all all kinds of I just kept finding things that didn't fit the narrative great was supposed to not have a supply line had a hell of a supply line I I met a guy anymore grave out down here want to be a full over the battlefield and he took me to his home he's done as you know many new details of every wagon reach great great was getting hundreds of wagons that day in Louisiana it through Louisiana and on steam boats down to a place called grand Gulf in an out to his army and and being a little you know a quartermaster Mexico Mexico you know how to handle it so after minutes seem to be exploded in this in this whole story so I'm gonna try to tell it right Intel in big copies and in a book that would be read by general reader a woman as well as a man not just narrow military history you know don Miller Vicksburg subtitle Jewish book grants campaign that broke the confederacy our guest stuff four forty one the word ms come from because boy was that a myth that and now I realize too that I I I I learned not that long ago that that's wrong the myth was the grand because this stuff is headed down the Vicksburg cuts free of this supply lines of this never been done before K. it when he didn't do that but where did that come from it was it's like everything I read for her was in those books it came from Adam to do who has his military secretary and and grand approved the book and it worked itself into the memoirs now the funny thing is the more as you go where he actually says that he cut the supply line about seven or ten pages later he said well we didn't we really had a supply line but we cut it at Jackson because it got too long and vulnerable and I thought he has it right in here yes is right in the book yeah out for very persistent myth it is it is indeed what I've had the pleasure of reading both of your books and one thing that and a very good by the way so if you haven't purchased one you better go do it what really struck me is how much in sync they were it was it's almost as if you took your book and your book and but for the Chattanooga campaign you can pretty much follow grants military career and and in some ways Sherman's throughout from the beginning through the end of the war so I'd like to ask you you alluded to this a little bit already from your different perspectives how would you great right grant is a commander and is there anything that you discovered about grant in your research the surprise you or did you didn't know well I I mean I'll take a whack at that I mean I'll I'll take a very specific angle on that that is the grant I grant has a reputation for I'm I'm not a great scholar should say that and I haven't every Vicksburg which is his alleged masterpiece I think in a lot of ways I don't know if that that very much about that what I learned though in writing about the overland campaign and now we're talking about those battles the grandfather against Lee wilderness Transylvanian Cole harbour and down to Petersburg what is the meaning of you know they they called the grant for the hammer you know the agency would hammer any was relentless in ages when we would just you know put his head down and drive it through a wall kind of idea right but actually when you when you look at what that actually meant it's true he what's but here's here's a perspective that I that I have on and this is a and you can take this however you want to in terms of what was was this a good or was this batter with this and different to what I'm talking about is the battle of Spotsylvania and governor Warren is one of his generals is ordered to go and Lee has set up his trenches and these were mean trenches I mean these were they just learn how to do this you know these things that were twelve feet thick full of nasty where we have nasty things in front of them and would reinforce the dirt that was artillery proof flexible leaves out of self up in a crescent and so in one part of the crescent six.
"bruce canton" Discussed on 90 Miles Podcast
"My microphone is live this time unlike last time where you heard me through the wonders of the internet my laptop microphone and we have managed to fix it make it okay but yeah we're coming at you. Post brewers cubs. Aren't we ryan yeah. We are and cubs of the better team burs guy lucky blah. Ah blah have fun early winter this year and napa not being in the playoffs on like the cubs and blah blah so bad the brewers are so bad that they shut the cubs out and back to back games in christian yelich absolutely one hundred ten percent craig campbell's father. He's his daddy. I'm sure he's probably just intimidated by the photos of christian yellow that might then again now that but i think about it they might be at either because what two for two with two home runs against them this year it's pretty small sample size pretty lucky sample size but but anyways his <hes> <hes> you know i get the feeling is not the only one getting lucky against kimberlin his five point six eight era. You know it doesn't matter now because it's still the you know he's still getting again kind of back into it here and he's not he's not good in non save situations so i put that on joe madden okay so that's that's fine and good <hes>. Okay you wanna you wanna try make that argument. Crispy yellow also homered off of them in a safe situation in which <hes> early in the game to win. It was what a what a what appearance kimbro was okay so what excuses save situation. He's not good into non. Save situation the other excuses. He just sucked when he came back acquiesced theory he training. He's forty five million dollars of wasted chicago cubs toilet money. That's what he was. The whole brewers team is a complete waste of payroll because they're not gonna make the playoffs and it's a waste of a total waste all the way around. It's been a struggle you now. When do you have like eight or nine of the best pitchers on your socket. You lock down go ahead down dislike the angels lockdown trout trout. You know you'll sit milwaukee without a championship but whatever now one game from the series last year and this year nothing nothing has gone right in the pitching staff and there's a mere excuse what's the cubs excuse for their underperformance this season and more specifically this weekend because that's really what this rap episodes supposed to be about. I know you're trying to service. Weren't that good runners in scoring position either so you know oh no they. Weren't you know that they weren't that's excellent excellent runners in scoring position uh-huh in twenty six innings and scored four runs against the cubs in his split the series at one game apiece after inning twenty-seven facing craig kimbrell they had scored seven runs total scored three runs in one inning and it was against kimbrel which is not surprising so hey did you notice how good josh haider was this weekend. Yeah i mean he got lucky to yeah. That's slider. That slider editor was getting over for strikes. Rizzo did have a hard hit ball off of them. That are made a fantastic play on yeah so i don't know if you wanna say he got lucky because our c._e._o. Got lucky because is blah. Blah blah whatever lucky now i think that might have been a base it but it would have been locked down from there anyway. Hater looks good. I think we have the old josh hader later back and that's very bad news for the chicago cubs because haters on is the realize they got four more games. It doesn't really matter the only games i'm thinking about is the cubs and cardinals <hes> and as should you <hes> but <hes> you know that seven games the cubs avocats cardinals that that definitely at this point matters more. I'm not worried about the birds that much anymore. I think the brewers are probably not gonna make the playoffs at all <hes> and and <hes> there's a reason i did mental reset you know i wanted to be realistic about my team's chances. I think you need to take reset. Realistic about the cubs is chances here. They might be season. Make the postseason but which team is going anywhere neither one that's the answer no answer. They might make the final four you know they might win that wildcard game. What have you but really unless saint louis absolutely blows up down. The strategy are it's going to be either. The cubs the brewers or the phillies or the mets somebody that gets that second wildcard and there's a real good chance if the cubs and brewers beat up on each other neither one makes the postseason so again back to my mental reset just destroying the cubs season would be kind of success in its own after all the struggles they've had this year while there's this former games. You know <hes> this weekend. We're gonna do another big couple episodes. It's going to be good yeah. I know i can tell how much you like it already. He okay well well. You know <hes> yeah then really you know got. Oh no it's it's the ryan crash and burn or an episode or whatever you want to say. Hey if the bruise had been show two games in a row against the cubs. I would have been pretty really depressed too. <hes> yeah albert shuttle the cubs like three times this year. That's really weird <hes> well so you know that's weird to <hes> yeah yeah well. Do we want to get into any of these particular games or do. We just want to crapper a couple of minutes. Then call it friday i mean the cops kamov's sweeping the mets come in friday and they they looked great and <hes> yeah to some weird. You know just then burs guy lucky. There's bad calls there. Was you know shenanigans and cheating probably and things but you know oh later sure yeah there. It is cheating christy. Ellis doesn't hit home runs and you know on the road except for that four hundred forty three foot what bomb third game lucky you know if if it wasn't for chase anderson the cubs would have scored two runs that whole that whole series chase anderson absolutely got lit up chase anderson does this from time to time where he just has a blowout <hes> his ear as up to four point five eight <hes> the cubs the cubs got got lucky against anderson is what i would say <hes> but if you wanna look at it from a different perspective they knocked anderson around a bit sure <hes> that was a rough game that was also the game where the bruce canton hero to injury on the dirty dirty slide of karl schwab who softball with jose canseco now and yeah that was a pretty late slide. I don't think it was an intentionally dirty slide. <hes> here isn't as quick on his feet he does he could be a lot of second baseman. Get out of the way of that but that was intentionally. That slide was taken out. There's no doubt looking at it. I'm not sure that it was dirty. Per se it. It was a little late though that's not what got casten hurt necessarily either that was running up the line pulling a hammy but yeah <hes> <hes> dirty shore cubs cubs. Fans were mostly okay with the shorebridge slide brewers fans. Were mostly not okay. Which is what you'd expect. That sounds about right. You really don't have a lot to say today to this. Is kinda disappointing yeah even when the even when the brewers got swept even when they got swept. I hug him with you. As as much as i could yeah yeah well yeah i mean well. We'll save both save some more of this for the episode this <hes> this friday the brewers and the cubs have another weekend series thursday through sunday this tweak this one could go a very very long way in determining exactly who if anybody in the central comes out of this division with the wildcard huge huge serious yeah i mean well i mean the cubs will at least in fact i'm so soon for the division they they got seven games against the cardinals who are gonna falter here so <hes> not should be fine suspect. The cardinals would cool off. There's you know i i need to look into some numbers before the next episode assoc- if i can't figure out how they're doing this it every time i look at the season statistics. It says one thing i need to see some of the more recent month month and a half two months on the cardinals because something is something's fishy there. I don't get it yeah. I think so too. I think they're getting lucky <hes> <hes> yeah well now. We want to talk about <hes> the gory unlock we've already gone a million times group unlucky run differential is clearly pointless now i it serves over-prescriptive career wins. I thought the the brewers scored seven runs. The cubs scored seven runs. The brewers won two games. The cubs won one <hes> that was yeah so the brewers win games like this all the time. They also lose twelve the four once in a while. That's why they look terrible on on the pythagorean luck yeah they're calling it. The gory and luck is the is one of the most bizarre things i've seen a longtime. That's a really weird statement really really weird name for a statistic. What is no it's not. It's just been lucky. Somebody's math formula that says if you score with this many more runs than your opponent. You should win this many games. That's not really birds should be in four threads should be in third <hes> mhm yup cubs in cardinals are tied. That's bad the gory and went off well. There's something something that happens. When your team scores zero runs against against an opponent they lose and that's what the cubs did back to back games to finish that series. I spent all seven and one on mostly because mostly because the chase anderson anderson really the cubs were lucky they got the face chase anderson or that first game the mighty close one to anyway yeah and what was wrong with you right forearm tightness. Yes you know too bad that too bad that you didn't pitch in that third game because then the cubs with oh yeah that's right. They still would've lost because they didn't score darning. I was trying to find an angle for you. Well we're going to move. We decided we're gonna move those predictions with <hes> you if they <hes> there's they face each other here this next season. If you listen to the <hes> yep yeah if you listened to the <hes> jesse on laptop episode where i totally screwed up really bad yeah well you know it's still sounds okay the contents good right <hes> this'll sound better but yeah yeah we'll take those predictions so it's a you predicted a ten strikeout game for yu darvish. I predicted five earned runs against him. We'll see which one if not both of us is right could be fun..
"bruce canton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"From work Marty metaphor was convicted on information provided when Hillary Clinton colluded with Ukrainian operatives Ukraine has not been part of Russia since the nineteen nineties after all the nineteen nineties call they want their history back molar could not remember that Ronald Reagan appointed him a committee was attorney of Massachusetts he thought it was George Bush really yeah really also this Russian interference occurred during the boneless saya administration one of the two thousand eighteen mid terms there is zero evidence of successful foreign intervention in fact it was the trump justice department that had to tell Maryland that a Russian oligarch older the company that was administering our elections yeah think about that during the Obama administration and of course you know Obama said that he told him back off which apparently they listened over what he had to say and a twenty eighteen there was none I this email in this investigation is the ally to know where they keep saying they have a crime in this report what we're is it it's like a cent Seinfeld episode where George tells his girlfriend's parents that he has a house in the Hamptons throughout the whole show he keeps saying he has this house and then they finally make your drive out to the Hamptons in the estimate he has no house the parents to say we knew thanks Dave from Dover Air Force base yum most of us right now our saying that to the dedicated lefties who are friends and look we knew this all along we know that there is no house in the Hamptons we know that there was no Russian collusion there was no Russian coordination of efforts there was no Russian conspiracy the Russians tried as I keep saying they tried this over and over again we same thing and now of course we're being all holier than thou about this stuff look we meddle in other people's elections they Midland RO actions it is part of what happens in the world where you have different forms of government and different interests either overtly or covertly everybody's always trying to influence somebody else's behavior and that's all that's going on here but again how many votes were short changed your call I'm not aware of any actually one zero W. CVM succeeded Reagan overly Greg good morning I wiped out a whole areas hearing yes very or from both houses and I believe that the Republicans mistake golden opportunity here while they had Robert lower there in front of Adam ship it in front of Nadler and and and mark Warner rest all of them why did they ask the simple question that you brought up earlier you've been saying for a year and a half you have the direct evidence why didn't dare smaller work do you do obligated to terminate evidence ever or shouldn't he have subpoena that if they refused to this call report a nail in the collusion delusion call one to say this about the shift Adam Schiff have been running around you know saying I have the seven as well I think you're right they have a sorry give it to us or we will subpoena it the Republicans sure have said why didn't you offer all the evidence and Mister mall or if they did not offer why did you not subpoena that evidence sure enough I think you're right that that would have put Schecter right thumb Ornish bottom from the entire nation and they would have had to try to come up with an answer for that at the end of the hearing but you know the reason that that doesn't happen is because there is no evidence and the the Democrats have been allowed to get away with this false charge after false charge after false charge of without being challenged and you can blame the other Republicans in Congress for this right Mr gold opportunity yesterday and it sure brought out part of the entire listening audience that watched that ridiculous here and for you do you know are you familiar with the firm of fusion GPS absolutely okay on a run by coincidence that right are you sure you're familiar with the heavens well well apparently you in our high on no this the the guy whose name is on the report that was not aware of fusion GPS he wasn't familiar with the name listen to this song by when discussing the June two thousand sixteen trump tower meeting you reference quote the firm that produce steel reporting unquote the name of that firm was fusion GPS is that correct and you're on page one of three one oh three that's correct volume two when you talk about the the firm that produced the steel reporting the name of the firm to produce that was fusion GPS is that correct hi I'm not familiar with with that night well I it was it's not it's not a trick question and it was just yes No fusion GPS produced the opposition research document widened widely known as the steel dossier and the owner of the fusion GPA was someone name Glenn Simpson for you familiar with that's outside my purview they're younger you know the guy or the guy who who ran the whole report his name is on the damn report I'm not familiar with he never read that report no you also give a little lighter he didn't write the nine minute speech she gave worry contradicted we're told bar to begin with and it's obvious that the Democrats are running out of options and had the Republicans jumped when that single one question about share if you've got the evidence why didn't you turn it over from Mahler yeah and if he said I can't do that fall or should have been asked why don't use the pain of that evidence great well Sam thanks your call I do appreciate it personally show talk radio six eighty W. CVM a couple great emails impeccable wonderful Texan to let me get a word to them from my but above the bump bump bump all right Bruce canton from does emergency can you imagine how many problems could be solved if we didn't have the multi million dollar witch hunt also consider the damage to our country in the eyes of the world watching this disgraceful crap from the media and the Democrats against this president our country any American who agrees with this garbage should get the hell out of our country love it or leave it or we need to start throwing up a Dennis emotions city if there is a difference in political philosophy I get that I get that that's fine no that's perfectly fine we can disagree on that and we can we can make the argument for small government they can make the argument for big government I think it's kind of interesting conversation they had we can talk about personal philosophy and political philosophy that's an interesting thing to have but I can't remember who said it's gonna be another one of these quotes I think about it and want him again so you know you're you're entitled to your own point of view but you're not entitled to your own facts and the fact is there's no there there you know it's like you like the author who went to Peoria and says she went to Peoria and find out that there's no there there in this case there's nothing there nothing I have this amazing sock on me do this for a for bombs correct and then I have this amazing a sound bite between Radcliffe and Muller you've got here bothers cargo morning a corporation I listen to a little bit of the testimony yesterday a couple things come to mind one as you were just talking and other this other guy about how they keep saying the same thing over and over we got the evidence we got the evidence we've got the evidence yeah this is what the Democrats in the media if you constantly they always say they make the statement and there's no facts to back it up but they just keep saying that because they can report on it they don't have to prove it and it destroys slowly some of their credibility a lot of people still pick up one of them believe it so yeah there but the second point I wanted to make a you know I was in the Robert Muller yesterday and you know do this plan your years you know we heard about all the things Robert Muller we've known now we've heard of them we know is that a lot of different jobs within the government I saw a man yesterday that was confused was very shaky at best and find it hard to believe that she was the head of the investigation and Jim we completely discredit the whole thing because supposedly this guy with the ball board and you know very much that he wasn't the one you get it this lifespan and some of these other lacquers that hated trough in love Hillary all in this together to try to bring this president Dale yeah and I think the he are aided and abetted in my view of that of this was I mean his role was to be the name of the letter had in to stay out of the way as his staff of of Hillary Clinton donors and campaign workers I did the dirty work and then he says I've never asked him about it but there are no political affiliation role frankly in this kind of case you damn well should an arm and of course you you have to ask is there an axe to grind he had somebody on his staff who is just coming directly from the Clinton foundation come on man you know this is just a reasonable that he didn't know anything about yeah if using GPS with the help that they may not be a that got the whole thing started yeah exactly no no no no smokers or not my purview I'm sorry thank you thanks Bob alright now here's a somebody I can't member were recollections from charging reckless a talking with Robert Muller and he's talking about this nonsense that again I've been highlighting now for thirty two months I guess the idea that Donald Trump needs to be exonerated listen this exchange can you give me an example other than Donald Trump or the justice department to determine that in investigative person was not exonerated because innocence was not conclusively determine I cannot but this is you need okay well you can't time is short I've got five minutes let's just leave it you can't find it because I'll tell you why it doesn't exist the special counsel's job nowhere does it say that you were to conclusively determine Donald trump's innocence or that the special counsel report should determine whether or not to exonerate him it's not in any of the documents is not in your appointment order it's not in special counsel regulations it's not in the we'll see opinions is not the justice manual and it's not the principles of federal prosecution over to those words appear together because respectfully respectfully director it was not the special counsel's job to conclusively determine Donald trump's innocence or to exonerate him because the bedrock principles of our justice system is.
"bruce canton" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"Exciting. Okay. So this is a river town beer, a this is actually a bottle of twenty. So this is nine year age. I got a sip of this back in two thousand sixteen for the ground breaking ceremony, and it's the Leumi away. We. Oh, you thought that was the end of it. Yeah. We need to get into corker next. We won't should we dive into the lamp debate a little bit. I've I've kind of been beaten the hell on that in the show out of Jackie O's about lamb bec- in the United States versus lamb BIC being a a Belgian only product I mean, obviously, we we know that river town has their their their thoughts on it. It's it's it's an open debate. I mean, we can debate over coals to one hundred percent or all these different. I mean really for us. We were just paying Amish to a style of beer, we're not there's no claims on our end to say, hey, look, you know, we own land. And that's blah. Oh, you can't you can't really own the style of beer as far as we were concerned. We started manufacturing that product. No, one knew Atlantic was we were opening a lot of people's eyes to what is lamb bec- Landik break it down. So well it comes out. So you had the ton of listen beak, which was in the Senate valley and that was short for limbic. And that was where they the homeless bunkers from tation or where it's all kind of come from. Obviously, you know, that even opens more debate because Bruce canton, which are very well known are not pleasant. So even though they're making goose styles and lamb beaks. They're technically not in beak. So you know it. But again, I I look at Belgian style beers as you know, the mother of invention. We just everything into it. You know before American brewers started making all these different beers. Hell we just did it last week thrown donuts in the mash and doing things like that. You know, you had everyone in Belgian. You know? I mean, everything from candies to, you know, different type of herbs, and when you name it it probably mashed some point. So it's you know for you guys. It's it's more about the process behind what the beer is. And and that's what makes it Olympic. And well the way we look at it as keeping tradition to style. So we we used an always have used turban mashing when we make any of our Goose Bay styles. We've always kept the same format on our base, but we make them. And then we've always stuck a spontaneous from tation. We've never added east. What do you remember that at bacteria to head? He goes do that. What's that? How do you guys do that? Well, seventy fillets says some of them we've done in open-top. So we've done open air from tation that way. And then of course, we've we start in voter like we would always start with a naked photo initially leave the top of the door open. Starts tennis that way. Then we'd branch off. We'd sue we liked out of the barrels didn't like come back in again, naked after draining the tank and sorry. How do you keep Mike like how do you keep that from tastes garbage? What do you mean? Like, so we do we start a lot over spontaneous cultures in individual jars throw away ninety nine percent of them. We've talked quite a few barrels. Yeah. You're talking about naked photo. That's hugh. Well, first and foremost our original photo that we have was a twenty two bidders. So it wasn't necessarily huge size. But once you kind of develop that consistency. You know, going from batch to batch you find it becoming more consistent. But you know, we did. Three years ago. I think it was we did a project with. Oh my gosh. My it's been a long day with Levi funk funk factory Zaria and they brought down. They're open open. We
"bruce canton" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"I don't know. Does that mean Arias what stringer bail? I don't know. It's just the way the liar ends is everyone like they add they spend takes everybody else's plays it, right? And so she's Fagan many face. God seems to be the most Turkey like did he go somewhere though? No. But I feel like that's kind of like what the many vase guys dole deal is like they just self perpetuating like thing. I don't know if he's been the same guy forever. It didn't seem like it was the thing. I could kinda see that. But on the flip side, I kinda see because when the shoot was on the line. She went as aria she li- why need to be the mini phase. No share. But I don't think she can be aria until her list is complete in her list from what I understand has like two more names on it Yeltsi in mountain a believe how right. She just turned on the hand by contact saved your life. See I could see her killing him in technicality. Like he kills the mountain, but he's like, I don't wanna be alive anymore and like you just do little con. He does. He's like, yeah. I don't wanna be a Walker. So she put him out of his she burns him or something. I guess he's right. But the white walkers this just wash the death Raqi. What? Because against my was like. Deniro spent like five so you get these guys, man. Oh point was like these guys are debate like hand to hand combat. They can be anybody. And I got washed before the credits. Roll man Antillean this later like brands fighting off like seventeen well tall like holding his own. Now, he wasn't. He's not dead. He is not that. But boy, oh, boy you wanna talk. We'll get the same. Because I've I've long hated him. And it was it was nice to be reminded of why hated them because he had had a couple strong showings over the past two seasons. So it was nice to be like this guy stinks. The death. Raqi had really never like they were like Seattle like they played really well at home. But imagine if Seattle just always played at like, they'd never crossed the sea. They only played home games. So they go to you got to know you can't play your game at home. And I don't know who those another someone who was in charge of this battle who was in charge Giora who's the Comanche. He fought for Kaliba who was there was no strategy. You send the death Raqi at them. That's horrible. And yet red red which came up on a no red woman whatever fucking name that she came out of nowhere through new wrinkle into their strategy last minute last minute substitution. Listen, she. She taught a pitcher a curveball. He threw one time and got a sent five hundred sixty two feet over the. Over the second double decker. She gave out a one pitch, and they went out there and got they lights blew out. Birthday cake, man and didn't work. We that will that same happened. I was like oh shit wherein in for Oran for some like we get it now. Yeah. And. I was wondering I was like why don't why the white walkers just stay out there. Like if if that's their strategy. I don't know why they did offer Aki did that in the first place. Like, let's just let them come to you. That was my whole like again me non war general. I just turned into fogging, George. Oh pet. Because one I was like, okay. You know, like the white walkers approach, you you know, that every battle we've seen one in game of thrones is when somebody else comes from behind every single one. Yeah. And so it was like, okay. I don't you won the death Recci trill and to up been thinking, I was like why is there not a moat of fire, which is basically what the trenches were. But I was like why not? Yeah. I was like wiser not just like moats of water worked. They still work. You come to a mole right now today, you're like boy. There's crocodiles down. Yeah. I don't if they just had a moat of fire. And then also the trenches like a double ring, basically, they were just like we've got one shot. They put it right over the police smote. I'm guessing the reason for the fire is just like time. Now, we're game throws got fucked itself is like seasons one through six everything took a lot of time. And then last season, they're just like people don't like the time thing. So they sped it up where it was like, hey, we gotta go north of the wall. They were just there. So I don't know if like I don't know how much time they had getting from. Getting everyone to went to fell to win the night king was on their front door. Like, I don't know. How much time elapsed there? Okay. But can you strategize? Either. While you're doing it as okay, we got a ten thousand mile, right, which I'm gonna talk about what we want. We see the Mets last night. I'll tell you what. Jay, Bruce, canton. Somebody. Did you see the thread somewhere like just my? Not doctor it what six hundred from heartbreak he'll Massachusetts guy. Guy. He just did just a threat. He's like I just watched a lot of movies. And I know these are just the war mistakes. They made. It's like a twenty three. And it's like every single one is like like, the the first one is the you shouldn't use his Raqi liked it. Sure. Should. Yeah. That's easy. You should've kept them in reserve. And just waited to bring them from the side the artillery like the catapults they use those like twice. Yeah. That you raise early they use before the walkers even like close, which I don't. Didn't seem to have any sort of impact on the phone. He said like the unsullied he's like the way they fight as formation. He you build fire in between the castle, then put unsullied in them put more fire. So as they come through that done sullied. Just like working in formation. How they do. I like make sense. In general like they didn't use fire. Fires the only fire in dragon steel or dragon stone, which didn't even. Yeah. They they had a ton of it. And they did use. Exactly, none of which means season. Seven was for nothing. So the just flu around blindly most of the time, which is a fat is also the dragons like you separated, and then when Danny stopped she likes stopped in the middle of the field by wars like ours. And again that was like, maybe I am George. Oh patent because I would have known that. She couldn't believe they were getting a tax all time out. Why huddle Rondo I couldn't? I couldn't believe she was that her actually why the target areas lost power that. That's why everybody lost power like John snow fucking another battery just gets walked does nothing and still win somehow. Dragon flood or Martin Jones pointed out, I was like, I agree. I was Lee is basically saying John's been so ready for death. That's why John was like fucking berm me, bro. I don't even care. Yeah. No. That was I mean, it was like when Arran Baynes twisted his ankle a few weeks ago just screaming that was his strategy to fight a dragon. It worked. I will say the walls and winter fellow very well made because he was hiding by them. They were not coming down when the ice drag was blasting them. That's all I'm saying. It's like they really like spend all this time like building up your ass. It's just like not use them. No. Should it was like the is got Kevin Durant? The brain off the bench having a post up thirty times the game. But they got Kevin Durant. The whole. On threads on brand. Which is the only thing. I could think of last night was like because I told they explain to us. Why the children the forest made the night king? Cool got that. They'll otherwise see. And it's like very shallow who it was the stop basically, white people, right? Yeah. Yeah. Even then they art imitates life will how. The only thing I can see is like death. They just basically put the concept of death into reality. But you have to fight physical death. And REO was the only one who wasn't that scared. She was actually at a moment. Of course, when death was devas- on top of her. Not head her HP JR put ally that goes on that baby. Yeah. No. That was leanna as what do you Dan Toda, really? Aria drop the dagger on purpose. I don't think she do. I only watch it one time. I didn't think she did at the time. But a lot of people like yes, you definitely did. Oh, yeah. No. I I like, I don't think that was your strategy going into it. I think she would have rather just stabbed him in the back of. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. I was like I think she readjusted. Yeah. But people are like, no. The whole strategy was to go up top it drop, it grab it again. I was like I don't think anyone strategy is to get. Yep. Captured. Shoot. Once he gets me in his clutch and breaks my roots. One them. Right. No. Yeah. I thought you were saying she liked dropped it and just happened to catch. That was the strategy. I was like God that seems like a bathroom. I honestly if her strategy was to run past the other guys, maybe she knew they were posting, I don't know. But if her strategy was to just run dead, sprint and hope. She didn't get caught shirt. It was bad shot at went in with the grades. You are predicted. The people out there who'll I our happy redemption for a on fuck you. They aren't stinks wishy died seasons ago upset he heard kind words on his way out. The thing I've realised like the people that like Dion people like Santa. And as those the people that really look for redemption, as I okay, I see the I just can't trust you because I can't to nobody turns on the gang and they both turned on the game. And I don't care what you do after that. You still turned on the game. Yes. What brand Dan was like? Thanks. And then like, I'm again, another horrible strategy to I'm gonna rush right at him. And what I was saying to. It's like let's say they are just stands there and moves out of the way. What about that finale changes? He did nothing. The nothing would have been it cuts to he's run another way he disobeyed ship one last time. I would respect it more. Not so much like he wouldn't do that for his sister. But he did it for fucking brow Willie boy over there. Right. Like in the three of the next thing is like one brand is in the gods was like, I did he was bait. But he at some of the best troops around him like complete. Every man. What are you? Komo all what the hell is he walking into because what I thought they were setting up. I was like he's going to walk into the night game. Right. And also he does that then. Then it's a rabbit on what the fog lab, and I was like now he's still in a bird.
"bruce canton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In ninety three point nine FM. This is WNYC. I'm Sean Carlson for the early morning hours of Veterans Day. It'll be chilly. Temperatures hovering just above the freezing. Mark through the day today. Sunny, highs reaching the mid forties wind chills today anywhere between thirty and forty degrees. And then for tonight mostly clear, we'll see love about thirty eight degrees. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. BBC World Service at seven hours GMT this weekend with Celia Hatton. Coming up ceremonies have started across the world to commemorate the end of the great war this past century. I believe the tenor complexes tended towards upholding the highest ideals of humankind to preserve freedom to safeguard democracy to stand against tyranny. Also should red meat be taxed because of its apparently harmful health effects would also raise the revenues needed to treat the diseases. You are likely to get if you eat rhetoric process meet with us for the whole program. Our guests Georgina Godwin and Zimbabwean born journalist and broadcaster and Peter Oborne, British writer, journalist and political commentator. That's here on Bruce canton. I'm.
"bruce canton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Now. He entered the world of. Open lines. But also I, but I have a kind of a treat. It's like it's a. Buffet. But I'm going to highlight one thing in the buffet. But first, let's find out what Karl in rally has is mine Carl Hello. Whoa, j. Yeah. I just wanted to ask. Question. I just wanted to mention on the subject you were just talking about. I saw movie a couple of years ago should purportedly based on a true story called the Free State of Jones. Here's how the southern deserter named last Jones. I forget his first name, but he put together a group of like escape runaway slaves and rebel deserters and disaffected southern farmers who did not like everyday stuff confiscated and put together kind of guerrilla military force at one time, you controlled as many as three copies, and this particular state and towards the end of the war. Sherman was even supplying him with arms, and I wanted to ask her about that. And I also would like just to mention a book called civil war in the American west. And there's five this book. They talk about how the American Indians got drawn into like both on both fight for both sides. A matter of fact, the last confederate. Well, ask confederate general to surrender two months after the signing at Madison was a full blood Cherokee Indian. Just obscure stuff like that the civil war wars fascinating. You could go on, you know, think you know, everything about it. And you always learn something. No. So there have been a lot of wars in the US has been a lot of wars. What intrigues you most about the civil war? Well, I just I kind of intrigued about, you know, military history in general, I I've read. I don't know. I just find it fascinating. It's it's certainly war. Certainly is not glamorous, you know, it's hard and lean and nasty and some of them sometimes it needs to be fought. And sometimes it doesn't. But I just I just fascinated by reading about it, especially accounts of the average every day, you know, citizen soldier. Oh, I also like to read about, you know, the the strategy and tactics and the politics around it. I just wanted to ask the doctor a question about what she knew about. That movie about the the history was based on the Free State of Jones. But, you know, having you call and tell us about it was great. It was worth it. Thanks a lot. Do you have any recommendations for good civil war books? Well, Bruce catton's centennial history of the civil war. Several good biographies a grant out. There's a book by a guy named Alvin Josephy which is the civil war of the American west. And this is where I learned about the involvement of the American Indians. I I, you know, anything by Bruce canton about the civil war is good, you know, and the civil war in the American west is very good. Also, I can't think of anything. Off the top of my head right now. But he's Bruce catton's last name C CA. CAT? Oh, okay. He also wrote a three volume history of the history of the army of the Potomac. He the last two books of three volumes set of the history of grant. I just met not sure now's book, but I think somebody named Brandt who wrote a very good biography of grant, not only as you know, as a start out soggy during the Mexican American war, but also as a civil war general and as president at one time was called the savior of the union and rent grant got a lot of bad bad press throwing a lot from the southern historians. But. Grant actually did a lot to hold the country together and try to bring the country back together as president after the war was over, you know. Okay. That's about all I've got to say, Jay. Thank you for taking my call, Carl and Rowley appreciate it. By the way, rally is home of the. Big flea market up in rally. Todd farm DOD farm. And I I'm guessing they probably still going on on Sunday. Sunday mornings. You can get there. Early Sunday morning crack a Don. And it's cool. It's a great fall thing to do. It's a great L summer. But I don't I'm not a summer person. But in the fall, you get up there early before the people get there, and you never know what you're gonna find golf clubs rugs knives. Everything anything, and they have a little snack shack, which I think it has hotdogs, I know it has donuts fancy doughnuts and coffee for a while. I was going up every week in Rowley. Todd Firemen's called a friend, Tara friend. Al is to go kind of hang out and see them every week. Vinyl albums. I guess redundant weird toys in boxes sewing machine. Everything. Pretty high quality is a guy who sells guitars, there's a button person a knob person. And even if you don't buy anything, it's fun. Take cash. Good cash before you go because you don't want to have to go to some weird ATM six one seven five four ten. Thirty lines are open. The political scene still rages the. Supreme court thing hangs in the balance I get that. But I've dealt with that we've dealt with that you and I have dealt with that going on five ever since I got back from vacation just about every minute of every hour. It's time to breathe a little bit. Have a little fun. Take off that ball for a while. So open lines. I'd rather you didn't talk about that save it tomorrow. Things will happen. We can talk about Sunday night. If you like. But. Through the grinder for for for days and days and days. I'm happy to say open lines. I am curious about nickname. You know, the other night. Craig FitzGerald was in the great. Power guy, Craig FitzGerald. And we had a lot of fun two hours of you talking about nickname. You give your car was kind of fun. You told us your nicknames, and we tried to guess the making model of your car based on the nicknames at first we were doing terribly as time went on. We got in the groove and actually got a couple. Which is you gotta give us credit. That's pretty hard. Lot of the nicknames nothing to do with the car. Now. The by the way that podcast is up, and it is awesome. I'm told it's the best podcast in the world. By the way. My brother just started listening. He said, well, I should read you the tax is like, you are a genius. Mark is a genius. It's a great podcast. I you know, he he's known about it along. I know he's he's known about it. A long time. We never really got around to it. And now that he simply. Signed up for it. It's free. He's binging them. One at a time backwards most recent. But that's that's okay, except we're going all the time. So he's gonna have to go back and do that again. I guess. Last night's meaning the crank FitzGerald. Yeah. It was very casual very upbeat just like crank himself and Mark says it's one of the best in a long time. He spent a lotta time on what Mark does is cut the fat out. Because what's our mantra, folks? What's the Jay talking podcasts? We will not waste your time. Other folks, they'll waste your time. You'll feel it. You'll sense it. You'll turn turn it off inside jokes. Bad phone calls, the go off and some tangent. And you're like, okay clerk, and you never go back that will not happen with Jay talking podcast. Let's see. Oh, yes. So in the in the vein of nicknames. What's your nickname? What's your nickname? Saini? Dr. Rocket man or people have nicknames. What is your nickname? Do. You have a nickname. Did you have an egg name? If it's something one can say on the radio and tell the story of how you got it. Again, it's something you can say share on the radio. Also tonight, we have a little more time a little more breathing room. For those of you who I don't know much about. I'd like to find out more about you. My constituent, I don't know much about you. Frank. I don't know much about you. And folks have not called yet. This be a great time to just check in and have us get to know, you get grooved in you know, over that fear of calling. I know that it's intimidating to call even though I'm a super friendly. Nice guy picking that fall and being on hold. And it's weird. And it's a little scary. I get it. But if you do it a couple of times, it'll become your thing like Johann in Waltham like dug in a. Massachusetts. It's it's kind of fun. You get a little more invested with what's goes on. And you can actually get famous there are there are a few callers kind of famous even Nick in Boston is on ways famous. So it's all there for the taking. Let's let's do it after this on WBZ. You recognize my voice. Jay, talking WBZ.
"bruce canton" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And he would take over the just think you're right that team and if you look you know north korea and china and and uh russia and the terrorist threat that's a lot of bad stuff going on in the world and we need is guilty and aggressive team to deal with it and you need us secretary of state when he speaks actually is understood by the world to be speaking on behalf of the president not in opposition to his policies whatever they are that is the profound difficulty with the secretary tillerson not a bad man i don't think he's prickly accomplished administrator because oil companies are not bureaucracies but it does seem to me that you've got to have very little daylight it you need a nixon kissinger's situation need a george shultz reagan situation you've got to get along with your secretary of state you know trump every presidency goes through this and trump trump starting from a lowerplaced trump's never been in politics before every presidency is gutted pleats king's together and find the people it could work with you know just think of the way churchill in lincoln went through generals until they've found that they could work with and you know there's really great thing in the bruce canton history the civil war who he describes ask phil sheridan and william sherman ulysses grant and lincoln meeting on the presidential yacht as a kind of dream team you know kind of like what you're talking about with madison kelly and cotton and pump and he said the two when those men sat down links came across the south they did yeah of course you know and why is john kelly the white house chief of staff well trump met him and trump put him in a heart job homeland security and they just got on really well and it was effect is and they were on the same wavelength and that matters and of course the president is the elected head of the.
"bruce canton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The michigan jordan lewis does number ninety two he was bells best available and has been for a while number fifty overall and his big board the quarterback michigan now to dallas you're right chris they stay defense absolutely jordan lowest indeed back they had to do that again rodman ski those those quarterbacks are going to have to be able to reroute now joined lose he's got the biggest guy in the world but he's going to have to be willing to play that cover to reroute subtle backing up said some of those passing lanes but again there addressing these the dallas cowboys had a lotta holes on the line in the backfield this value bed needed this situation that's why they went jordan lewis five ten one eighty eight four five five which is not great but it's more than take for the cover to scheme as long as you reroute and uganda notes for the ball and he does that he's really a pretty good player just a bit speed deficient which really doesn't count in in the cover to scheme he also has an off field issue an altercation which will be judy created sometime in june but i would imagine with five candy is going to be more of a swat guiding isn't is going to be an outside guy in as well you'd like i'm a little taller but he can play outside i don't know if he's quite quick enough to play inside now they are they already got the nickel corner now rhino land gastric yes that's right so all defense for the cowboys so far taco charlton gobi a and the jordan lewis a couple of quarterbacks to go along with charlton that defensive and that brings us to the green bay packers the pittsburgh steelers as the next to pigs here in philadelphia bruce canton way polling doreen okay yes but the the cowboys received the most boisterous and and and to announce the green grass dead yet reception along with the commissioner all right let's go listen it here to the packers snacks pit man is a blessing to be a beer who things only with a ninety third picking a two thousand seventeen nfl draft the green bay packers my trivia that on the ann arbor thanks.