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"bunny mellon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Good sense to tread lightly, no pun intended on the grounds and respect the history and add to it rather than subtract from it. And this evening. This definitely includes, uh, first Lady Trump's, um, recent renovation, Rachel Lambert Melon Bunny Mellon. Specifically, even in 1989, she returned to the to the White House to spruce up the Rose Garden under Mrs Mellon, the original creator of the Rose Garden, was was actually advocating for the removal of all or some of those crab apple trees that which was sort of the crux of criticism that Mrs Trump received. And this was because, well, the roses and the other plants underneath it needed more light. I mean, it's kind of, you know, bigger. The bigger tree gets as it grows, the more the more it's going to shake things out. And so she Mrs Mellon was even in in favor. Of removing some of them. And those trees that were removed just last year were actually the second or third iterations of the crab apples. They were not the historic trees from April of this year in Compton, formerly with ABC News. The conversation with Jonathan Prisca, author of the book A Garden for the President. Well, I must confess I don't take sides on politics, but I missed the trees, especially when I was doing a new stand up in the Rose Garden. And you had the beautiful blossoms behind you or those beautiful magnolias in the corner, But the but the trees all around. It also gave the the the Rose Garden a bit of, uh, of seclusion. It gave it part. It gave it a definition so You as an historian have a phrase that I don't really know how to translate into average that, um, what does the phrase to professional historians mean? A period of significance isn't the last 230 years a period of significance for the White House? Well, you took the words right out of my mouth in at the risk of maybe summarizing this a little bit too much for some of my fellow his story. And a period of significance is basically a fancy way of saying when the historic thing happened for a lot of historic places in the United States, Uh, think Gettysburg National Battlefield Park Well, the place there is more or less significant because of the two day battle fought in 18 63 during the American Civil War, So it's pretty easy to wrap your head around a period of significance in a place like that, But with the White House, it's different with the White House grounds. It's different. The Entire 200. Plus odd years of the White House grounds is the period of significance, and there's very few places in the nation that you can say that about even more significant to me is that the period of significance is open ended, but but simply because it is the White House. Whatever happens tomorrow or next week or next month or next year is going to be historically significant. Can I tell you one will Story that affected me and that this has to do with the beautiful Jackson Magnolias, which are how old now the Oh well, if you believe that if you believe the story associated with them they were planted by Andrew Jackson sometime around 18 28. So they are gigantic and what you what we see close up is there are huge metal poles going up the entire life. And they are wired together because the president's Marine one helicopter comes out the downdraft beats against them. But one morning I got a call from the ABC News desk it about 1 10 in the morning. They said a plane has crashed into the White House. Get there quick. Well, I got there. It turned out was a little tiny, ultra light plane and it had a kook had tried to land at one o'clock in the morning on the South Lawn of the White House, But there were bleachers set up for a police event the next day, so he pulled up, hit the ground Gaza and went straight up through the Jackson. And smashed in, broke the windows in the White House Medical office right underneath the president's bedroom. That kind of moment. It damaged the tree a little bit. It damaged the window. But my goodness is scared all of us. Absolutely. And I My hat's off to you because I write about things after they've happened. You're there covering it live, and I can only imagine what that was like It was during the Clinton administration. Correct. And I believe the thankfully the president and first lady weren't home at the time. Which is why I wasn't at the White House at one o'clock in the morning, right? Real quickly. The Jackson Magnolias. Um there are lots of trees on the White House grounds that presidents have planted for very significant historic reasons. Do you have any favorites? Yeah, I wish I the Gerald Gerald and President Gerald Ford and first lady Betty Ford planted a American elm to mark the bicentennial of the United States. Unfortunately, that tree no longer survive. But it was a very important moment and a great way to celebrate the 2/100 anniversary of the nation. Was it Dutch elm disease? Was this the era where we're losing so many elms? I believe so, yes, unfortunately, And the good news is that there are some genetically resistant hybrids available now one of which was originally discovered literally on the National Mall. So those are beginning to be planted at the White House and Laura Bush when they redesigned Pennsylvania. Avenue, asked that there be American elms. Perhaps these hybrids planted all up and down literally at the address of 1600, Pennsylvania Avenue, and some people said that was bringing about kind of the restoration of elms, which had died off and oaks had become. Had become so so predominant but the but the historic nature or the whole historic importance of presidents planting trees. Um, it that's a real legacy for the White House. Absolutely the For many years, the oldest tree with a known presidential association was an American elm planted by John Quincy Adams in about 18 26 front or back lawn South Lawn. It was actually on one of the large mounds. On the South Lawn. You probably remember it The it's an enormous tree in a section of it is actually on display at the White House Visitors Center the so so that was the oldest tree with its presidential association, and you can see how far back that goes. But currently there are 33 plantings that were either planted by a president or first lady. The the Jackson Magnolias are the oldest. But some of their their history is a little bit in doubt, because they, in fact, don't show up in early photographs of the White House, So it's a beautiful story that they're associated with Jackson, but it might not be entirely historically accurate..

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"bunny mellon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"There were a lot of different iterations of that garden. So the idea that anything is on the grounds is sacrosanct isn't really true the president and first lady, their temporary residents, but when they're they're they're in charge. But the good news is that every president and every first lady has had the good sense to tread lightly, no pun intended on the grounds and respect the history and add to it rather than subtract from it. This evening. Just definitely includes, uh, First Lady Trump's, um, recent renovation, Rachel Lambert Melon Bunny Mellon. Specifically, even in 1989, she returned to the to the White House to spruce up the Rose Garden under under the Reagan administration. And at that time, even Mrs Mellon, the original creator of the Rose Garden, was was actually advocating for the removal of all or some of those Crab apple trees, which was sort of the crux of criticism that Mrs Trump received. And this was because, well, the roses and the other plants underneath it needed more light. I mean, it's kind of, you know bigger. The bigger tree gets as it grows, the more the more it's going to shade things out. And so she Mrs Mellon was even in in favor of removing some of them. And those trees that were removed just last year were actually the second or third iterations of the crab apples. They were not the historic trees from April of this year in Compton, formerly with ABC News, the conversation with Jonathan Prisca, author of the book A Garden for the President. Well, I must confess, I don't take sides on politics, but I missed the trees, especially when I was doing a new stand up in the Rose Garden, and you had the beautiful blossoms behind You are those beautiful magnolias in the corner, but the trees all around. It also gave the Of the Rose Garden. A bit of of seclusion it gave it gave it a definition. So you as an historian have a phrase that I don't really know how to translate into average that, um, what does the phrase to professional historians mean a period of significance? Isn't the last 230 years period of significance for the White House. Well, you you took the words right out of my mouth in to at the risk of maybe summarizing this a little bit too much for some of my fellow historians. A period of significance is basically a fancy way of saying when the historic thing happened for a lot of historic places in the United States think Gettysburg National Battlefield Park. Well, the place there is more or less Significant because of the two day battle fought in 18 63 during the American Civil War, So it's pretty easy to wrap your head around a period of significance in a place like that. But with the White House, it's different with the White House grounds. It's different. The entire 200 plus odd years of the White House grounds is the period of significance, and there's very few places in the nation that you can say that about even more significant to me is that the period of significance Is open ended by but simply because it is the White House. Whatever happens tomorrow or next week or next month or next year is going to be historically significant. Can I tell you one little story? Please affected me and this has to do with the beautiful Jackson? Magnolias, which are how old now the Oh well, if you believe that if you believe the story associated with them, they were planted by Andrew Jackson sometime around 18 28, so they are gigantic and what you what we see close up is there are huge metal poles going up the entire like, and they are wired together because the president's Marine one Helicopter comes out of the downdraft beats against them. But one morning I got a call from the ABC News desk it about 1 10 in the morning, and they said a plane has crashed into the White House. Get there quick. Well, I got there turned out was a little tiny, ultra light plane and it had a cook had tried to land at one o'clock in the morning on the South Lawn of the White House. But there were bleachers set up for a police event the next day, so he pulled up, hit the ground God and went straight up through the Jackson and smashed and broke the windows in the White House Medical office right underneath the president's bedroom. That kind of moment. It damaged the tree a little bit. It damaged the window. But my goodness is scared all of us. Absolutely. And I My hat's off to you because I write about things after they've happened. You're there covering it live and I can only imagine what that was like It was during the Clinton administration, correct. And I believe that thankfully, the president and first lady weren't home at the time. Which is why I wasn't at the White House at one o'clock in the morning, right? Uh, Real quickly that Jackson Magnolias, Um there are lots of trees on the White House grounds that presidents have planted for very significant historic reasons. Do you have any favorites? Yeah, I wish the Gerald Gerald and President Gerald Ford and first lady Betty Ford planted a American elm to mark the bicentennial of the United States. Unfortunately, that tree no longer survives. But it was a very important moment and a great way to celebrate the 2/100 anniversary of the nation. Was it Dutch elm disease? Was this the era where we're losing so many elms? I believe so, yes, unfortunately, And the good news is that there are some genetically resistant hybrids available now one of which was originally discovered literally on the National Mall. So those are beginning to be planted at the White House and Laura Bush when they redesigned Pennsylvania Avenue. We ask that there be American elms. Perhaps these hybrids planted all up and down literally at the address of 1600, Pennsylvania Avenue, and some people said that was bringing about kind of the restoration of elms, which had died off and oaks had become. Had become so so predominant but the but the historic nature or the whole historic importance of presidents planting trees. Um, it that's a real legacy for the White House. Absolutely the For many years, the oldest tree with a known presidential association was an American elm planted by John Quincy Adams in about 18 26 front or back lawn South Lawn. It was actually on one of the large mounds. On the South Lawn. You probably remember it The it's an enormous tree in a section of it is actually on display at the White House Visitors Center the so so that was the oldest tree with its presidential association, and you can see how far back that goes..

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"bunny mellon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"There's going to be a seed packet of the type of seeds that would have been grown at the White House during the 19th century. That's a wonderful legacy. It really is in our backyard. I live in Washington, D C same house for 40 years. And my husband's always had a big vegetable garden. It was only during the pandemic that I started an actual flower garden. Maybe I should see whether whether the you know past presidents grew Iris, an MP, and he says, I'm hoping this year mine will come up for the first time. Well, I can tell you for a fact that the first lady Edith Roosevelt, the wife of theater, Roosevelt had P And you said irises and peonies, irises panties. She definitely had those growing. And what was the Janitor of the current Rose Garden. It was a colonial style garden during her time period at the White House. Um, I want to get to the Rose Garden, but first well, we'll start with this. The Rose Garden. I have been in and out of 1000 times. Lucky you. Lucky. Lucky me over the course of the arc of 40 years and seven presidents, beginning with President Gerald Ford. And the Rose Garden was always a formal office space. It was an official event space. It wasn't just for the dogs. Everyone while you could tell the president's dogs had been there, but but it was a beautiful setting, outdoor setting that was used constantly, even in somewhat cold, even somewhat rainy weather. Jacqueline Kennedy redid the Rose Garden. Was that a dramatic departure point from generations before or was it a process of evolution is definitely a process of evolution and kind of a dramatic point of departure. So I guess the answer to your question is both the so the really the history of that site As a as a garden space begins in 19. Oh, three with First Lady Roosevelt she developed A garden there in both also on the East side, where the where the current Jacqueline Kennedy Garden is located, Uh, what were known then and now is Colonial style gardens. Boxwood hedges, gravel walks, partiers of garden flowers, old fashioned favorites. In addition to peonies, there was flocks and asters and roses, too. But it was sort of typical of the kind of thing you'd see it. Maybe Mount Vernon and That lasted for about a decade until her successor, Ellen Wilson, completely redid for spaces in a more modern taste. Ellen Wilson was also a painter, and she had a more what I would call modern aesthetic. So during her the modern Rose Garden first kind of started to take shape the rectangular shape with the open Central lawn really dates back to that time period, then fast forward a little bit more by the 19 thirties. The basic plan was still in place, but I hate to say it, but garden was a little bit overgrown and not particularly well kept. I think any gardener can commiserates with that. And then during the Truman renovation of the White House between 1948 1952 the been pretty much the entirety of the self grounds was enveloped as one big construction site when the the White House itself was torn down to the bare walls in the studs see their famous photos. Of a of a bulldozer inside the White House. All the all the staging for that pretty well obliterated the previous iterations of the garden and then bring in Jack, Jackie Kennedy and JFK in 1962 with the modern Rose Garden. Yeah, and that's where Mrs Kennedy called in Bunny Mellon and have they did very, very extensive, lovely recreation. You know the White House grounds and the Rose Garden are really kind of formal places. I think, um, very few people in the public get to visit it personally, It is not a suburban backyard. But you you describe in your book and in your chats that it's more relaxed functions. It is a private place. For families, but it's almost kind of. I think you called it supernatural. Yeah, And I think most people in the United States or anywhere around the world sort of view. The White House has this sort of supernatural place. And to be fair, it kind of is, but it's also at its core, home and home office. And for those of us, uh, still going through the pandemic. That probably sounds pretty familiar, but the so it's instead of just being my home office or your home office. It's the home office of the president of the United States, the White House that was also known as the People's House. And so that really means the White House grounds are the people's ground. And if you start to think about it that way, it isn't so far removed from a typical suburban home typically suburban homes mine included have a more formal or dressy front lawn. That would be the north grounds of the White House, with the North Portico facing Pennsylvania Avenue and a more private, less formal backyard. That's the larger South grounds, looking down toward the Washington Monument. And that's pretty much what happens at at the White House today. Let's get to the issue of just how sacrosanct are the White House grounds. Are they untouchable? And I don't you're you're a historian. I'm a journalist. Neither one of us is a politician. But first ladies, especially in the modern era. If they want to go around changing things, there's resistance to that. There is, I think it's fair to say that people have had an opinion about, uh, Melania Trump's recent Rose Garden renovation. But hopefully as the history of that site, which I just briefly enumerated describes the The Rose Garden itself is a fairly in the history Ukraine history of the White House grounds, which go on for more than two centuries. 1962 is not that that long ago really and previous At that time..

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"bunny mellon" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Dana can warn. It's good to have you with us. We're going to talk to you over the next few minutes and we begin with balance yoga. Tell us what's happening. Well balenciaga closed his house fifty three years ago because he said there was no need for couture anymore and his most famous client mona von bismarck. Who would buy sixty seventy pieces. Each season took to her bed in capri for three days in warning but now. The owners of balenciaga caring reopened the kosher division with its designer. Domna gavia salvia and and they rift on what he rift on. What balenciaga used to do this sort of monkfish close in in extraordinary volumes a real sculpture of fashion but made it incredibly modern not necessarily wearable but very interesting laboratory in a sense for what the the ready to wear. We'll become How exciting a moment is this now. Oh it was thrilling. Had the show in the old salons and he took vintage pictures of of of the salons. Recreate them as best. He could including stains on the carpeting and they were just glorious. It was it was really trying to sort of link that time in the late sixties when the women the very thin social rays we come to his shows. Bunny mellon and mona von bismarck. And babe paley and gloria guinness and just sort of say you know the the clock stopped then and we've started again and sort of never mind the fifty three years the half a century between. Let's just carry on where we left off but in a modern way it was really cool. He did things like a sack dress. But it became. The which is a signature was invented by mr valencia. But he turned it into a sack jacket with a portrait collar and pucci silt shoulders at slurped. Like you've just shrugged it off. And he made you worked with denham as it as if it were a precious fabric and it was because it was woven on ancient looms in japan out of the finest cotton natural indigo glorious. I'm you know the the culture of quibbling of denim it sounds wonderful and it sounds There's there's a widespread celebration of the return return of cures. And i mean we saw it all over the red carpet at can and it was just glorious to see. Just pure joy everywhere. A dream and the biggest dream of course was was valentino. Valentino took over about a week after. Everybody else showed him paris. Valentino took over. A big hall are sinale at the the venezuelan ali and put on a show where he that he worked on for a year which is very couture because of course we couldn't do anything for year and he worked with seventeen artists and really got into their heads on how they create art and then tried to work that into the culture now. He's the first to say that fashion isn't art. He says you know. Fashion has to be practical while art is is an end in itself but yet he didn't just like riff on the art. Like salar all used to do matisse jackets with embroidery of or van gogh lillies embroider van gogh sunflowers embroidered on jackets. He really tried to get into their minds of how they create and he did collage coats with seventeen one hundred fifty different kinds of fabrics and embellishments. And he did these voluminous like volumes of fabric. Ballgowns it just swept down the runway a bit like a king and i. He worked with the milliner philip tracy. Who's based in london. Who created these hats. That look like cnn you know. These ostrich feather that floated with the women down the runway. and he he just. He's colors he's the best color said salar on. He worked with like an zil a poppy red mint bottle green a frog green fuchsia purple. Like a really true purple and mix them all together in a way that was just. It just took your breath away. Finally very briefly. We have a wonderful new introduction. Though with the with the introduction of the first black american to disrupt french pitcher yes. There was an american designer. Who disrupted ready-to-wear eons ago. Patrick kelly philadelphia back. When i started my career in the late eighties but now finally. There's a black american could sure kirby raid kirby g raymond of the company pyre moss and he showed in new york at the home of madame cj walker. Who was a child of slaves who became a beauty mogul and the first female self made millionaire in the united states and she bought this beautiful villa played estate upstate new york and he had the show there. And it was a real meditation on all fabulous inventions by black americans. That people don't realize we're by black americans and it looks a little cost to me. I mean there was somebody who came out in a peanut butter jar. And because you know washington carver george. Washington carver was pena. Pioneer and there was somebody who had a typewriter as a cover band cummerbund but that was because the typewriter was invented by a black american tape titled the show. What it is dana. And that's what it is dana. Thank you so much for joining us. Here at the monocle. Twenty four and in our final minutes today. We head to the museum of fine out in boston. They believe there's one object that is threaded itself through national life in the united states since the birth of the republic and that is a simple quilt. Let's hear from the curator of textiles at the arts at the museum. Jennifer swope a museum.

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"bunny mellon" Discussed on My Wardrobe Malfunction

My Wardrobe Malfunction

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on My Wardrobe Malfunction

"Yeah. He always had his trousers a little bit. Go all george. So that was that for his dancing you think or was yeah matches. Probably tissue has fee to watch yet. I was always always look. I love gene. Kelly love to be gene kelly. He's a love tying tope and a pan. I like to have my sleeves. When of koita short of a load mislead to exactly this point of my arm or do love c- core line sleeves on anthon. Two people ever make clothes come here Beasley ultimate everson up to here. When she fails you'll sexiest. Would you not to do not just that were not come into your emotional. The capillary snuff. Somebody asked me that a while ago. And i said you know you've never really done like tits and arse does we'll know i spit. Don't think the. I don't wanna be excessive. Would not francis let the covid away on blowing. The talent dentals may who are absolutely jonker pulled up logic. See me. i was like that. Sue sakes but that's my perception says the i think that sexy you know Alad vote on worth Up in the red dress lying on a sofa News the first time. I ever should legs but for me when i did. I understand einstein for for me. I like a look at it from the outside so basically all ideas i knew i wanted to look like so then. I just can't new you know i'm just like well i don't want to do with sex is supposed to light so i can basically impersonates it because i think the sexy isn't a word that i don't choose to associate that word with myself very liberating. I don't need to be fucking sexy. Gone too old above anything else and so i totally get. I absolutely agree with you. I do not see too with. I don't associate to wear a pair really sex it for me. Somebody that's really good. Do among that sexy it makes you go all them. Oh that's all god really attractive the really trucks because they're really the audit knew what you stop this. In control of the destiny to me that sexy. I'm like so. I think it basically is dependent on. Were you define our sexy by think it's award. The basically most people would st- associated referred into a women's weeding in high she looks with. Ioc is that atoll completely agree. And i think. I think there are very few women who would who feel comfortable being cool sexy and they would never think of it themselves and it's like when you were younger and everything's kind of standing to attention. You too insecure to want to be absolutely so when is a woman ever when when. When's the best time for a woman to say to some. I want to look sexy. And i'm happy being sexy. I've never felt a you. I think i have either on. Yeah i i've never i do think that ever saw. Yeah exactly said. I've never saw. Yeah look i've never looked thought. Yeah i'm saying see feel. I'm never thought this never occurred to me ever have looked at things where you know i look at things are work on record season google. Yeah i agree. Weird is weird are never. I've never had this conversation. Never saw a better and you've let sleepy go on. actually. I've never way sex inevitably my whole life. I remember years ago. Good indika Or something charlie stand on was there and i and i was introduced anonymous in on walking towards. And i'm not kidding you. I could kill the music damage. Walk ten joint lecture. This will work towards the list. And i thought oh my god designed sexy but she was really but i wanted to snap because she looked like she looked like peaches and jim kazman her skin was she just looked like in these shoulders. She just thought. I thought obey. She smells really clean in fraiche. I thought and all those things together with like that that sexy the best power isn't it's not yet to me of little harm soap You know nothing is probably one of the thames but it was a. It wasn't a just wish alert. Wasn't she this smile as she had this. Just confidence nest just but it wasn't again anyway to sunai suggest everson about it just seemed like she just wouldn't it and everything was together to not package with sexy. You'll say right in saying that. It's i think with p. Pull its w-what. They're doing that sexy. Their personality can be sexy for me. That i really sexy is like a new set. One rule in mo- we thought that to me is pure track Talk because it's because we've never had the brand new. It's brand new. And i was letting yeah. Yeah it's like you know. Things that i do find is i can say a table and goal offset that i you know at that point. I think i'm bunny mail in. Do you know what i mean. So that's the problem with me. I ll eleven. A licensed needs really weird because somebody was something that i wanted to buddy belan with do it and they were like who the fox bunny nalen and i was like. You could binding alan as your. Can you go you like you know. It's one of those who yeah i. Allegedly i jumped between one in be katherine hepburn. Bunny mellon but a martha stewart threw it in their norwich went to jail. I your office stewart. The most serious. I'm cain if. I'm a martha author questionable very But yeah i'm a bit lake. That is being just late. I to do with the dress and things is i jump. Electorally job in in a Of really feminine really masculine. Because i can't see the boundaries because for me donald boundaries of his new boundary. Therefore i will be whoever. I wanna be whenever i wanna be it so great. And what's your worst wardrobe malfunction when you're close of let you down. I had the move win on. Its own phil photograph me. Ninety-nine i was doing press is ali in i talk when we can talk leaders and we were doing improvable and i just thought.

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"bunny mellon" Discussed on Moms Meet World

Moms Meet World

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on Moms Meet World

"Friends all over the world. This is laura. Bush wife of farmer. Us president of the united states charge. Bush i'm calling in from west texas to support the moms meet world podcast and we are so grateful. Georgina for podcast. That's all about strengthen and home and family because we believe in home family but also believe in west texas and you know it's one thing to live in west texas because you get to say west texas fairly frequently and west texas really say that is really highlights think the west texas accent. So i lack saying west. Texas so discharge. We just say to each other quite often. We'll just say west texas back and forth thinking about how great it is to live in west texas. Say it and mean it so today. The topic is about suffering and shame in her embarrassment and and failure and gratitude for all of it. So that's kind of a big topic. You're gonna want to grab your emotional umbrella. It's going to be a downpour. But when i think about that topic. I think about william shakespeare saying that expectation is the root of all heart ache and also think about song that maybe nail you also have thought about that has to do with the rose garden that certainly not the rose garden that bunny mellon worked on outside the white house. Jackie kennedy now. That rose garden. We're talking about a song that you may remember from the seventies and it goes like this big your pardon. I never promised you. A rose garden along with the sun shan. There's got to be a little rain some time and for sure there's got to be lot of rain in our lives. Maybe not in west. Texas west hicks has lot more sun than maybe sometimes we need but west. Texas isn't the only place on the planet. of course there's lots of rain other places and and there's lots of metaphorical rain that we all need to grow. So let's move right now.

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"bunny mellon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And then October, 2007. That's when there was the first report. In the National Enquirer. Nobody else in the media was touching the story. The National Enquirer was the only entity that would And a wrote About His mistress. Right because This wass This had been going on for quite some time. The whispers about all the stuff and then it came out. Oh, His mistress was a campaign worker, and she was like a videographer on the campaign trail. And so now they were because he was also being positioned as May be attorney general. And then finally, by the summer of away. That's when all these media outlets were saying, looks like Yeah, he's done running for vice president, and then the footage came out. The Beverly Hilton Hotel. He was in the lobby with his mistress. She had had a baby. His wife was struck. His wife had been diagnosed with breast cancer. She ended up Ah, she had metastases breast cancer. She passed away in 2010 his wife, So his wife is sick and fighting all of this. This is when all of this was happening. So then, remember. Then. He had this campaign aide Andrew Young, come out and say, Oh, no, hey, is not the father of Iowa Hunter's baby on the father of Rile Hunter's baby. And Me off. And There was And he was an and young was the one who is being pushed to accept all the responsibility, but then He and now he renounced his statement, and he came out, said John Edwards always knew that that bed there was his bed day and I was not the father. He made me falsely accept responsibility. I set up all these meetings between John Edward, then his mistress, Lava Ryan Hunter. Oh, my gosh. And then it all came out. Edwards promised Hunter that he was going to marry her ever. His wife kicked the bucket and they were going to the Dave Matthews Band there. Gosh, get think of anything more awful. And it was just and he He covered it up. And the cover up is always worse than the crime. And then he came back. He was like, Well, I'm a sinner, but not a criminal All. But then there was some criminal stuff that was uncovered and that one rich lady and they're always named like bunny or something like that. But that one rich lady named Bunny Mellon. It's not a type of fruit. It's a woman. It's her name was bunny melon. Melon. M e l l O n melon. None but me. And then Like he had taken money from her toe finance all this stuff. Oh, my gosh. And it came out he got he was indicted. He got six felony charges, account of conspiracy, making false statements. And then he I mean, it was insane. His career was done. But the thing is that nobody else in the media would report on this. But National Enquirer and then National Enquirer. Just whole hog kept report on it. Everybody was making fun of National Enquirer. National Enquirer's over You're doing news and everyone else is making fun of the National Enquirer, because how dare you report on our girls in boy? John Edwards have dare you and they kept reporting on it. And then finally, everyone else had to acknowledge it. And then now we are where we are. It's literally the same thing all over again. But with Joe Biden and Hunter Biden, we can't trust the New York Post. I mean, isn't that literally that? Isn't that the The newspaper was that started by Alexander Hamilton. Wholeness. The question. We can't trust The New York Post. I would trust someone verified. Person actually said that in a deleted their tweet But they said that I would trust the National Enquirer more and I'm like, really, because they were also right about John Edwards. So you're you're literally going after the newspaper that was founded by Alexander Hamilton and trying to say that you can't trust them because they're writing knows things about the candidate you like. That's not how this works. It's the it's a John Edwards, part two. There's even a love child. And this time there's Creek. Like the sequel, You know you needed We got this and more here coming up. And lots of stuff. Lots of stuff. Yeah. Alexander Hamilton. I thought so. As we get moving on. Here are friends at car shield. Ladies and.

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"bunny mellon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All that good stuff, man. Oh, man, these these people, so she got a she got Jill and Maxwell got a nice job for her nephew at Hillary Clinton's State department. And he was gone. I apologize, nephew. My apologies, not her son, her her nephew. It's a close family, though. You know how they are very, very familial. All these people are Very, very much like that. They just see the story of the New York Times. Long time New York Times reporter attacking Melania Trump. This was kind of crazy. Delete kind of this was fully crazy. And now we're going to be coming here calls in a couple of minutes here, but Somebody crazy Democrat stories to get to and so little time. Honestly, three hours is not nearly enough time in any given day, but there's near times reporter. He's a reporter, you know? And the reporter decided to attack the first lady of the United States. Melania Trump was an immigrant to the United States. He decided to attack her and this guy I think is his family comes from a long line of Nazi work criminals. There's something like that. But they're going. They're going crazy out there. A curt like involved is his name. Wasn't he hanged at the Nuremberg trials? Kurt Kurt Aiken Vault, longtime mainstream news Media, New York Times reporter and so on. Now. He's a former New York Times reporter, but he still have a fake news reporter. He's got a Twitter account. Former senior reporter of The New York Times has come under fire for an ugly attack on Melania Trump, saying that he was furious. His period they're all furious all the time. They're all mental cases that the first lady who is a foreigner, he wrote that she's a foreigner. How dare you? You're fired now. Had the audacity to wreck the Rose Garden. Now the Rose Garden was redone by long ago by Jacqueline Kennedy. Later, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and by Bunny Mellon Bunny was her nickname Melon of the Melon billionaire family. Right on course they hung out with the elites. Don't you know who they were? And Bunny Mellon was something she was into flowers and things like that. And with Jackie O. At that point, Jackie Kay, they came in, and they redid the Rose Garden at the White House outside the Oval Office on the South Lawn of them south facade of the White House. And Melania Trump of the most beautiful first lady. We were out in the media just smears her and slanders Aaron Slim's because people like the work criminal Kurt Ike involved. They're just slime balls, so he attacked the For his lady on Twitter involved has spent two decades at The New York Times was ripped for a series of tweets Senator Parent Fury at thes, Slovenian born First lady. Actually proudly revealed the freshly renovated Rose Garden and they moved..

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"bunny mellon" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Even though they were closing down some of that as we've seen in the Flynn case and say there's nothing here for some reason they went right back at it even at the time where the evidentiary support claim support like the dossier was falling apart and it's it's very hard to understand why they continue to push and even make public intake in testimony that they had an investigation going when it was becoming painfully obvious or should have been obvious to anyone that there was nothing there here's a handy no in Seattle the Seattle east police precinct has been entirely boarded up you remember when Paul in in Minneapolis the violent mob there's been one arrests in this violent mob attack on the third precinct in Minneapolis which was ordered abandoned by the Boyd mare up there the boy wonder mare little Timmy and and they abandon the police station and it was burned and sacked and looted and they arrested young white guy with body armor and a police belts and for looting the place but only one that I'm aware of so because you know they withdrew the police well now and then that city was left to the violent mob it's Mad Max beyond Thunderdome by Moore M. O. and here's Andy know who's of course been beaten to a pulp by the violent mob that is anti fights on video if you'd like to go see it he by the way is a gay immigrant and a conservative and he's on our side because he's an American and immigrants and and he's on our side these lefties who went to Ivy League colleges yeah we had that the Princeton grad who became a lawyer and a you know a fancy corporate lawyer in Manhattan with another lawyer pal but running around New York in a car hurling Molotov cocktails on police cars parked outside the precinct and this is all okay cities are boarded up all over America and here's a handy now here's a handy no yesterday the Seattle east police precinct has been entirely boarded up traffic in and out of the zone is controlled by the anarchists and communists militants are calling this their commune police are ordered away now this is third world all right welcome to the third world I've been talking about this for years wherever the left goes the third world follows it's like where angels go trouble follows except where Satan goes chaos follows and what's the body count to I I don't have the body count on this day in the news media is not looking into the body count on this but there is a significant body count in the post George Floyd riots which are mostly peaceful and antifa doesn't exist I saw that the New York Times and CNN told me they're mostly peaceful and I admit it is it is pretty amazing stuff they are up up up the Portland and Seattle and these crazy places they've taken over the anarchists and the radicals and here the pictures up but they're black block stuff and shields and masks it looks like you know what a brave heart today they they see the movie one too many times I think but when a zone of the city has been taken over by a violent left wing mob you think that might be a news story but you'd be wrong and with the mob then takes over city hall in Seattle you think that might be a big news story but you'd be wrong because the press sadly tragically is part of the mob and that's really hear part of Philly that's a big part of the nightmare in this whole thing just just extra Paul great call thank you very much for your for your contribution and bunny Mellon unity a lot about Barney Miller anymore America has never been.

Flynn
"bunny mellon" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The election even though they were closing down some of that as we've seen in the Flynn case and say there's nothing here for some reason they went right back at it even at the time with the evidentiary support or claim support like the dossier was falling apart and it's it's very hard to understand why they continue to push and even make public intake in testimony that they had an investigation going when it was becoming painfully obvious or should have been obvious to anyone that there was nothing there yes and the no in Seattle the Seattle east police precinct has been entirely boarded up remember when Paul in in Minneapolis the violent mob there's been one arrest in this violent mob attack on the third precinct in Minneapolis which was ordered abandoned by the boys mare up there the boy wonder mare little Timmy and and they abandon the police station and it was burned and sacked and looted and they arrested young white guy with body armor and a police belts and for looting the place but only one that I'm aware of so because you know they withdrew the police well now and then that city was left to the violent mob it's mad Max beyond Thunderdome by Moore M. O. and here's Andy know who's of course been beaten to a pulp by the violent mob that is anti fights on video if you'd like to go see it he by the way is a gay immigrant and a conservative and he's on our side because he's an American and immigrants and and he's on our side these lefties though went to Ivy League colleges that we have that the Princeton grad who became a lawyer and a you know a fancy corporate lawyer in Manhattan with another lawyer pal marauding around New York in a car hurling Molotov cocktails on police cars parked outside the precinct and this is all okay cities are boarded up all over America and here's a handy now here's Eddie no yesterday the Seattle east police precinct has been entirely boarded up traffic in and out of the zone is controlled by the anarchists and communists militants are calling this their commune police are ordered away now this is third world all right welcome to the third world I've been talking about this for years wherever the left goes the third world follows it's like where angels go trouble follows except where Satan goes chaos follows and what's the body count to I I don't have the body count on this but in the news media is not looking into the body count on this but there is a significant body count in the post George Floyd riots which are mostly peaceful and antifa doesn't exist I saw that the New York Times and CNN told me they're mostly peaceful and I am it is it is pretty amazing stuff they are up up up the Portland and Seattle and these crazy places they've taken over the anarchists and the radicals and here the pictures up with their black block stuff and shields and masks it looks like you know what a brave heart they they they couldn't see the movie one too many times I think but when a zone of the city has been taken over by a violent leftwing mobs you think that might be a news story but you'd be wrong and with the mob then takes over city hall in Seattle you think that might be a big news story but you'd be wrong because the press sadly tragically is part of the mob and that's really part of Philly that's a big part of the nightmare in this whole thing just just extra Paul great call thank you very much for your for your contribution and bunny Mellon unity a lot about Barney Miller anymore America has never been so divided more than forty million unemployed and racial tensions are exploding now a new book by David Horowitz exposes the media war on president trump David Horowitz is a leading conservative thinker and blitz rips the lid off the secret agenda to stop president trump blitz even predicted race would become the big issue of twenty twenty now blitz reveals the surprising facts about trump and his plan to fight back you need to get blitz already an Amazon number one bestseller newsmax calls blitz the most important trump book for twenty twenty mark Levin says bliss is indispensable for every conservative and Mike Huckabee says it's president trump's playbook.

Flynn
"bunny mellon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Including more than forty percent of black businesses black owned businesses in the United States going under permanently according to news reports now because of the lockdown and then followed by the may have been the riots and and all of this but Paul your your heart present I don't know about the bar D. Miller but that's that's fun stuff about your how to percent right the left is about control and it's like control versus chaos and get smart more reruns have to go back to get smart for control versus gas but they they really are our chaos if the hit the streets but we want we want people to have the maximum number of liberties to be as free as possible and certainly to protect and nurture free speech and they fire people for it at the new York times now which is a real flair and this guy it's not just a red flag this is fireworks and we should be terrified in the United States that this M. and then but taken over city hall in Seattle they're lunatics and they want to defund the planets the mob it's a violent zombie mob does have the apocalypse was not what Hollywood told us it was going to be it turns out it's it's kind of this and and not only that but the antifa people have taken over in in Seattle they've taken over square blocks and now they've created a no go zone for the police and for citizens and taxpayers this is the it's hard to believe this is the United States of America but this is the United States of America the year is twenty twenty what are you doing about it now I mean honestly I I'm with the I came in that after watching the video of George white instead I'm with black lives matter on this one and and I am there nobody's for police brutality nobody's from murder all right and I talked about sort of the absurdity of the progress in the double standards in the intellectual irrationality involved in it nor any that the real genocide while focusing on that the the single death as being paramount but the vote may harm the factor that we're seeing across the United States right now is just is just is just crazy it's not and and then there's the bar interview from yesterday which is great here's a handy no in Seattle the Seattle east police precinct has been entirely boarded up you remember when Paul in in Minneapolis the violent mob there's been one arrest in this violent mob attack on the third precinct in Minneapolis which was ordered abandoned by the void mirror up there the boy wonder mare little Timmy and and they abandon the police station and it was burned and sacked and looted and they arrested young white guy with body armor and a police belts and for looting the place but only one that I'm aware of so because you know they withdrew the police well now and then that city was left to the violent mob it's Mad Max beyond Thunderdome by Moore M. O. and here's a handy know who's of course been beaten to a pulp by the violent mob that is anti fights on video if you'd like to go see it he by the way is a gay immigrant and a conservative and he's on our side because he's an American and immigrants and and he's on our side these lefties there who went to Ivy League colleges yeah we have that the Princeton grad who became a lawyer and a you know a fancy corporate lawyer in Manhattan with another lawyer pal marauding around New York in a car hurling Molotov cocktails on police cars parked outside the precinct and this is all okay cities are boarded up all over America and here's Andy now years had a no yesterday the Seattle east police precinct has been entirely boarded up traffic in and out of the zone is controlled by the anarchists and communists militants are calling this their commune police are ordered away now this is the third world all right welcome to the third world I've been talking about this for years wherever the left goes the third world follows it's like where angels go trouble follows except where Satan goes chaos follows and what's the body count to I I don't have the body count on this day in the news media is not looking into the body count on this but there is a significant body count in the post George Floyd riots which are mostly peaceful and antifa doesn't exist I saw that the New York Times and CNN told me they're mostly peaceful and I mean it is it is pretty amazing stuff they are up up up the Portland and Seattle and these crazy places they've taken over the anarchists and the radicals and here the pictures up with their black block stuff and shields and masks it looks like you know what a brave heart today they they see the movie one too many times I think but when a zone of the city has been taken over by a violent left wing mob you think that might be a news story but you'd be wrong and with the mob then takes over city hall in Seattle you think that might be a big news story but you'd be wrong because the press sadly tragically is part of the mob and that's really part of the that's a big part of the nightmare in this whole thing just just extra Paul great call thank you very much for your for your contribution and bunny Mellon unity a lot about Barney Miller anymore I like that J. what Mike let's take a little let's take a break here let's.

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"bunny mellon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:53 min | 3 years ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Hundred got junk eight hundred we can make it spring time anytime and then there was a scandal this guy should where we have okay so this was the headline that drew me into this vent J. handle sex cocaine and caviar at the quilted giraffe of new York's most debt botched restaurant where Jackie was a regular and Madonna and Warren Beatty famously met there while trump held court at his favorite table at this restaurant called the quote what it was called the quilted giraffe never heard of that well nineteen seventy five to nineteen ninety two is when it was alright and that it was America's most expensive restaurant Ruth Reichel if you follow her online she has of hold the giraffe restaurant menus and they're considered really one of the first people all this Siberian Susan lying to grow their farm to table we've got time to team ranking okay so if you're like really a food you can look at Ruth Reichel dot com and she's got quilted giraffe menus so so Berrien Susan wine originally opened it up in upstate New York photograph and then they moved it to Manhattan and it opened and they they he bothered navy rolls Royce that he would deliver people home if they had too much to drink our record over servicing Lapsley love that and then he also if the if someone wanted to purchase it X. Cuban cigar because remember there are legal a and so he he offered those he offered does and movie stars rock stars socialite Wall Street millionaires they all went there a former employee said there's AB a photo book out too sure about this that there was so much money it was the eighties people were doing coke everywhere and they became famous because very was the shafi'i are we didn't really have any training in his wife Susan around the front of the house you would see at a French restaurant and but he was just like a real jokester and you never knew what was happening they called him being the first guy to break the fourth wall at a restaurant really okay so they had this appetizer that berry warning came up with called the bankers purse and it was a bundle of beluga caviar and creme fraiche is that if you say that topped with gold leaf and then you had to eat it with your hands in hand cuffs tied to the side of that she absolutely must okay that's is that people would come to watch and see and Donald Trump was a regular patron of the quilted giraffe because and and he let it be known he preferred the table in front of the bathroom so he knew whose hand he didn't want to shake here is a well known German yes and other guests that were regulars that quote to draft for Jackie Woody Allen Mick Jagger Gwyneth Paltrow and her parents Diane Sawyer Yoko Ono surely McLean Bernie made off and a whole bunch of Wall Street men who called themselves the lucky sperm club because they had inherited wealth yes okay well that is a good reason to Carl and is yeah let's see okay so Adnan Khashoggi the billionaire Saudi arms dealer who is incriminated in Iran contra affair was dying in the same night the scandal broke he used the restaurant's private line they were they bring the telephone table detalhes pilot keep the jets running I'm on my way very wine look launch the careers of Tom Colicchio Jose and dress but denied Thomas Keller job interesting also okay so for me it was for many years it was the most expensive restaurant if if the eighties were the party the nineties for the hang over and the draft was heading towards extend it extension before the Clinton years ever arrived but on any given night it was like a who's who of new York's power people Woody Allen always sat a table seven mia Farrow Diane Keaton and Adnan Khashoggi also like that table Warren Beatty like table six I Johnny Agnelli fiat yes he like table five blah blah blah Mr Mrs Walter Cronkite a dandy Rooney's done in Maryland you it was just everybody the pictures are so cute of Madonna back well and here's the story with that Madonna and old what's his name warranty okay yeah I know and it just had a Gen X. they cry and dive at berry wine said I always called myself to co conspirator in Warren seduction of Madonna because he helped the romance between those two blossom during their filming of Dick Tracy yes but they cemented their with their nights at the quilted giraffe cat will he was still pretty hot it yes and bury one sent to Warren Beatty's table a bigger purse with peanut butter as a joke instead of the caviar and Siraj and another time he would hide fake food like a piece of plastic Brockley mixed in with his vegetables or he jam a plastic egg into the mashed potato and people loved it because you couldn't go to these other French restaurants it is time in New York it was so fancy right and he was a very big practical joker in according to town and country bunny Mellon left her diamond cuff at the restaurant and she sent her driver back together along with a fifty dollar tip and it was there yes and Jackie was a regular there and also I like Henry Kissinger supposedly got bombed one night and had to be taken home in the navy rolls Royce and all the Wall Street lucky sperm guy yeah they all were big and they wanted the Cubans and another person remembers the time that are like very like the menu with the prices were he would just raise everything five dollars every three months I love V. at least he would print print a price member we went to Mr chosen there's no price on anything yeah there's just no prices and you're just like oh okay it looks like it was fine no yeah and also like one time berries wife Susan kick three drunk women out of the rest but they said they wouldn't go so she found out what codes they had and they all had fur coats and she threw them out the door out the door in front of their like window they were taking up too much time yeah okay that's hysterical to get him out of the restaurant there is an unbelievable demand the Jurassic wilted giraffe lot of wild things I mean back when they started doing stuff there was NO a a regular for why you know nothing like that it was really they have very disciplined French cuisine those are the fancy restaurants in heart and this was in the Sony tower which is now the eighteen T. tower yeah in New York how fun I mean in this is pre cameras in pre everything so things could happen you don't have to worry about someone getting a picture of you or something yeah he didn't have formal training of nouvelle cuisine you just everything up in the air and he didn't care if it was not done and people who are looking at the menu like time click here I mean never knows who that is but I looking at the menu the comments on routes right because pages that you could serve any of this stuff in a restaurant today it was very progressive and modern but he was just a night and people were crazy at this restaurant and it was inspired by a restaurant for from Scott still called the quilted bear which which is where her parents is right yes I know it so the pre fixe dinner was the seventy five dollars everyone was afraid to be expensive and bury wasn't so you're just increase everything by five dollars every three months so I'd love love love is so yeah it would arrive at your table this bankers pursed in hand in the palm of the Gilded plaster hand or any type of like some candle pillars and then the hand cuffs and you have to close your eyes and take the entire tree down is one bite is their hands were shackled to the chrome railings I mean that would make people them when you come into the dining room to watch you yes bankers purse a little tiny savory appetizer Lori this is a good story is not yeah we got all that sorry we got to go that said lower bird tell young civics variance the quilted giraffe but I'm glad to know about I'm so glad to know but I feel like something like that to come back yeah alright listen we'll be right back with the rest of the headlines my top one of seven one everything be.

"bunny mellon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:49 min | 3 years ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"There was a scandal this guy should we have okay so this was the headline that drew me into this vent K. handle sex cocaine and caviar at the quilted giraffe new York's most def botched restaurant where Jackie was a regular and Madonna and Warren Beatty famously met there while trump held court at his favorite table at this restaurant called the quote what it was called the quilted giraffe never heard of that well nineteen seventy five to nineteen ninety two is when it was alright and that it was America's most expensive restaurant Ruth Reichel if you follow her online she has of hold the giraffe restaurant menus and they're considered really one of the first people all these Siberian Susan lying to grow their farm to table where I am today where I can okay so if you're like really a food you can look at Ruth Reichel dot com and she's got quilted giraffe menus so so Berrien Susan wine originally opened it up in upstate New York filter half and then they moved it to Manhattan and it opened and they the he battered navy rolls Royce that he would deliver people home if they had too much to drink our record over servicing Lapsley love that and then he also if the if someone wanted to purchase it X. Cuban cigar because remember there are legal a and so he he offered those he offered does and movie stars rock stars socialite Wall Street millionaires they all went there a former employee said there's AB a photo book out too sure about this that there was so much money it was the eighties people were doing coke everywhere and they became famous because very was the Shafir we didn't really have any training in his wife Susan around the front of the house you would see at a French restaurant and but he was just like a real jokester and you never knew what was happening they called him being the first guy to break the fourth wall at a restaurant really okay so they had this appetizer that berry wine came over the call the bankers purse and it was a bundle of beluga caviar and creme fraiche is that if you say that topped with gold leaf and then you had to eat it with your hands in hand cuffs tied to the side of that she absolutely must okay that's is that people would come to watch and see in Donald Trump was a regular patron of the quilted giraffe because and and he let it be known he preferred the table in front of the bathroom so he knew whose hand he didn't want to shake here is a well known German yes and other guests that were regulars at call to draft for Jackie Woody Allen Mick Jagger Gwyneth Paltrow and her parents Diane Sawyer Yoko Ono surely McLean Bernie made off and a whole bunch of Wall Street men who called themselves the lucky sperm club because they had inherited wealth yes okay well that is a good reason to Carl and is yeah let's see okay so Adnan Khashoggi the billionaire Saudi arms dealer who is incriminated in Iran contra affair was dying in the same night the scandal broke he used the restaurant's private line they were they bring the telephone table detalhes pilot keep the jets runny and I'm on my way berry wine look launch the careers of Tom Colicchio Jose and dress but denied Thomas Keller job interesting also okay so for me it was for many years it was the most expensive restaurant if if the eighties were the party the nineties for the hang over and the draft was heading towards X. and ate it extension before the Clinton years ever arrived but on any given night it was like a who's who of new York's power people Woody Allen always sat a table seven mia Farrow Diane Keaton and Adnan Khashoggi also like that table Warren Beatty like table six I Johnny Agnelli fiat yes he like table five blah blah blah Mr Mrs Walter Cronkite a day Andy Rooney's done in Maryland you it was just everybody the pictures are so cute of Madonna back well and here's the story with that Madonna and old what's his name warranty okay yeah I know and it just had a Gen X. they cry and dive at berry wine said I always called myself to co conspirator in Warren seduction of Madonna because he helped the romance between those two blossom during their filming of Dick Tracy yes but they cemented their with their nights at the quilted giraffe cat will he was still pretty hot it yes and be only one sent to Warren Beatty's table a bigger purse with peanut butter as a joke instead of the caviar and Siraj and another time he would hide fake food like a piece of plastic Brockley mixed in with his vegetables or he jam a plastic egg into the mashed potato and people loved it because you couldn't go to these other French restaurants it is time in New York it was so fancy right and he was a very big practical joker in according to town and country bunny Mellon left her diamond cuff at the restaurant and she sent her driver back together along with a fifty dollar tip and it was there yes and Jackie was a regular there and also I like Henry Kissinger supposedly got bombed one night and had to be taken home in the navy rolls Royce and all the Wall Street lucky sperm guy yeah they all were big and they wanted the Cubans and another person remembers at the time that are like very like the menu with the prices were he would just raise everything five dollars every three months I love hello he would print print a price member we went to Mr chosen there's no price on anything yeah there's just no prices and you're just like oh okay it looks like it was fine no yeah and also like one time berries wife Susan kick three drunk women out of the rest but they said they wouldn't go so she found out what codes they had and they all had fur coats and she threw them out the door out the door in front of their like window they were taking up too much time yeah okay that's hysterical to get him out of the restaurant there is an unbelievable demand that Adam did direct wilted giraffe lot of wild things any back when they started doing stuff there was NO a a regular fog why you know nothing like that it was really they have very disciplined French cuisine those are the fancy restaurants in Auburn and this was in the Sony tower which is now the eighteen T. tower yeah in New York how fun I mean in this is pre cameras in pre everything so things could happen you don't have to worry about someone getting a picture of you or something yeah he didn't have formal training of nouvelle cuisine juster everything up in the air and he didn't care if it was not done and people who are looking at the menu like temporally cure me never knows who that is but I looking at the menu the comments on ridge right because pages that you could serve any of this stuff in a restaurant today it was very progressive and modern but he was just a night and people were crazy at this restaurant and it was inspired by a restaurant for from Scott still called the quilted bear which which is where her parents is right yes I know it so the pre fixe dinner was the seventy five dollars everyone was afraid to be expensive and bury wasn't so your crease everything by five dollars every three months so I'd love love love is so yeah it would arrive at your table this Baker's pursed in hand in the palm of the Gilded plaster hand or any type of like some candle pillars and then the hand cuffs and you have to close your eyes and take the entire tree down is one bite is their hands were shackled to the chrome railings I mean that would make people into the dining room to watch you yes beggars purse a little tiny savory appetizer Lori this is a good story is not yeah we got all that all right we got to go that said lower bird too young to have experienced the quilted giraffe but I'm glad to know about I'm so glad to know but I feel like something like that to come back yeah alright listen we'll be right back with the rest of the headlines one of seven one entertainment message and.

"bunny mellon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:55 min | 3 years ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It's a best of the week Saturday on my top one oh seven and then there was a scandal was this show where we have okay so this was the headline that drew me into this vent J. candle sex cocaine and caviar at the quilted giraffe new York's most def botched restaurant where Jackie was a regular and Madonna and Warren Beatty famously met there while trump held court at his favorite table at this restaurant called the quote what it was called the quilted giraffe never heard of that well nineteen seventy five to nineteen ninety two is when it was alright and that it was America's most expensive restaurant Ruth Reichel if you follow her online she has of called the giraffe restaurant menus and they're considered really one of the first people this Siberian Susan lying to grow their farm to table we've got time to team ranking okay so if you're like really a food you can look at Ruth Reichel dot com and she's got quilted giraffe menus so so Berrien Susan wine originally opened it up in upstate New York photograph and then they moved it to Manhattan and it opened and they they he battered navy rolls Royce that he would deliver people home if they had too much to drink our record over servicing Lapsley love that and then he also if the if someone wanted to purchase it X. Cuban cigar because remember there are legal and so he he offered those he offered does and movie stars rock stars socialite Wall Street millionaires they all went there a former employee said there's AB a photo book out too sure about this that there was so much money it was the eighties people were doing coke everywhere and they became famous because very was the shafi'i are we didn't really have any training in his wife Susan around the front of the house you would see at a French restaurant and but he was just like a real jokester and you never knew what was happening they called him being the first guy to break the fourth wall at a restaurant really okay so they had this appetizer that berry wine came over the called the bankers purse and it was a bundle of beluga caviar and creme fraiche is that he said that topped with gold leaf and then you had to eat it with your hands in hand cuffs tied to the side of that she absolutely must okay that's is that people would come to watch and see in Donald Trump was a regular patron of the quilted giraffe because and and he let it be known he preferred the table in front of the bathroom so he knew whose hand he didn't want to shake here is a well known German yes and other guests that were regulars that call to draft for Jackie Woody Allen Mick Jagger Gwyneth Paltrow and her parents Diane Sawyer Yoko Ono surely McLean Bernie made off and a whole bunch of Wall Street men who called themselves the lucky sperm club because they had inherited wealth yes okay well that is a good reason to crowd and is yeah let's see okay so Adnan Khashoggi the billionaire Saudi arms dealer who is incriminated in Iran contra affair was dying in the same night the scandal broke he used the restaurant's private line they were they bring the telephone table detalhes pilot keep the jets runny and I'm on my way very wine look launch the careers of Tom Colicchio Jose and dress but denied Thomas Keller job interesting also okay so for me it was for many years it was the most expensive restaurant if if the eighties were the party the nineties for the hang over and the draft was heading towards X. and eight extension before the Clinton years ever arrived but on any given night it was like a who's who of new York's power people Woody Allen always sat a table seven mia Farrow Diane Keaton and Adnan Khashoggi also like that table Warren Beatty like table six I Johnny Agnelli fiat yes he like table five blah blah blah Mr Mrs Walter Cronkite a day Andy Rooney's done in Maryland you it was just everybody in pictures are so cute of Madonna back then well and here's the story with that Madonna and old what's his name warranty okay yeah I know and it just had a Gen X. they cry and dive at berry wine said I always called myself the co conspirator in Warren seduction of Madonna because he helped the romance between those two blossom during their filming of Dick Tracy yes but they cemented their with their nights at the quilted giraffe cat will he was still pretty hot it yes and be only one sent to Warren Beatty's table a bigger purse with peanut butter as a joke instead of the caviar and Siraj and another time he would hide fake food like a piece of plastic Brockley mixed in with his vegetables or he jam a plastic egg into the mashed potato and people loved it because you couldn't go to these other French restaurants it is time in New York it was so fancy right and he was a very big practical joker in according to town and country bunny Mellon left her diamond tough at the restaurant and she sent her driver back together along with a fifty dollar tip and it was there yes and Jackie was a regular there and also I like Henry Kissinger supposedly got bombed one night and had to be taken home in the navy rolls Royce and all the Wall Street lucky sperm guy yeah they all were big and they wanted the Cubans and another person remembers the time that are like very like the menu with the prices were he would just raise everything five dollars every three months I love the V. at least he would print print a price member we went to Mr chosen there's no price on anything yeah there's just no prices and you're just like oh okay it looks like it was fine no yeah and also like one time berries wife Susan kick three drunk women out of the rest but they said they wouldn't go so she found out what codes they had and they all had fur coats and she threw them out the door out the door in front of their like window they were taking up too much time yeah okay that's hysterical to get him out of the restaurant there is an unbelievable demand to Jurassic wilted giraffe lot of wild things any back when they started doing stuff there was NO a a regular for why you know nothing like that it was really the very disciplined French cuisine those are the fancy restaurants in Auburn and this was in the Sony tower which is now the eighteen T. tower yeah in New York how fun I mean in this is pre cameras in pre everything so things could happen you don't have to worry about someone getting a picture of you or something yeah he didn't have formal training of nouvelle cuisine is your everything up in the air and he didn't care if it was not done and people who are looking at the menu like time click your me never knows who that is but I'm looking at the menu the comments on routes right because pages that you could serve any of this stuff in a restaurant today it was very progressive and modern but he was just a night and people were crazy at this restaurant and it was inspired by a restaurant for from Scott still called the quilted bear which which is where her parents is right yes I know it so the pre fixe dinner was the seventy five dollars everyone was afraid to be expensive and bury wasn't so your crease everything by five dollars every three months I love love love is so yeah it would arrive at your table the speakers pursed in in the palm of the Gilded plaster hand or any type of like some candle pillars and then the hand cuffs and you have to close your eyes and take the entire tree down is one bite is their hands were shackled to the chrome railings I mean that would make people into the dining room to watch you yes beggars purse a little tiny savory appetizer Lori this is a good story is not yeah we got all that all right we got to go that said lower bird to young to experience the quilted giraffe but I'm glad to know about I'm so glad to know but I feel like something like that to come back the art the civil right back with the rest of the headlines so you can hang out with us while you're running errands this.

"bunny mellon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:40 min | 3 years ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This should we have okay so this was the headline that drew me into this vent Jay and on sex cocaine and caviar at the quilted giraffe new York's most debt botched restaurant where Jackie was a regular and Madonna and Warren Beatty famously met there while trump held court at his favorite table at this restaurant called the quote what it was called the quilted giraffe never heard of that well nineteen seventy five to nineteen ninety two is when it was alright and that it was America's most expensive restaurant Ruth Reichel if you follow her online she has of hold the giraffe restaurant menus and they're considered really one of the first people all this Siberian Susan lying to grow their farm to table we've got time to team ranking okay so if you're like really a food you can look at Ruth Reichel dot com and she's got quilted giraffe menus so so Berrien Susan wine originally opened it up in upstate New York photograph and then they moved it to Manhattan and it opened and they the he battered navy rolls Royce that he would deliver people home if they had too much to drink our record over servicing Lapsley love that and then he also if the if someone wanted to purchase it X. Cuban cigar because remember there are legal a and so he he offered those he offered does and movie stars rock stars socialite Wall Street millionaires they all went there a former employee said there's AB a photo book out too sure about this that there was so much money it was the eighties people were doing coke everywhere and they became famous because very was the shafi'i are we didn't really have any training in his wife Susan around the front of the house you would see at a French restaurant and but he was just like a real jokester and you never knew what was happening they called him being the first guy to break the fourth wall at a restaurant really okay so they had this appetizer that berry wine came over the called the bankers purse and it was a bundle of beluga caviar and creme fraiche is that if you say that topped with gold leaf and then you had to eat it with your hands in hand cuffs tied to the site of that she absolutely must okay that's is that people would come to watch and see and Donald Trump was a regular patron of the quilted giraffe because and and he let it be known he preferred the table in front of the bathroom so he knew whose hand he didn't want to shake here is a well known German yes and other guests that were regulars that quote to draft for Jackie Woody Allen Mick Jagger Gwyneth Paltrow and her parents Diane Sawyer Yoko Ono surely McLean Bernie made off and a whole bunch of Wall Street men who called themselves the lucky sperm club because they had inherited wealth yes okay well that is a good reason to Carl and is yeah let's see okay so Adnan Khashoggi the billionaire Saudi arms dealer who is incriminated in Iran contra affair was dying in the same night the scandal broke he used the restaurant's private line they were they bring the telephone table to tell as pilot keep the jets runny and I'm on my way berry wine look launch the careers of Tom Colicchio Jose and dress but denied Thomas Keller job interesting also okay so for me it was for many years it was the most expensive restaurant if if the eighties were the party the nineties were the hang over and the draft was heading towards X. and ate it extension before the Clinton years ever arrived but on any given night it was like a who's who of new York's power people Woody Allen always sat a table seven mia Farrow Diane Keaton and Adnan Khashoggi also like that table Warren Beatty like table six I Johnny Agnelli fiat yes he like table five blah blah blah Mr Mrs Walter Cronkite a day Andy Rooney's done in Maryland you it was just everybody in pictures are so cute of Madonna back well and here's the story with that Madonna and old what's his name warranty okay yeah I know and it just had a Gen X. they cry and dive at berry wine said I always called myself the co conspirator in Warren seduction of Madonna because he helped the romance between those two blossom during their filming of Dick Tracy yes but they cemented it with their nights at the quilted giraffe cat will he was still pretty hot it yes and be only one sent to Warren Beatty's table a bigger purse with peanut butter as a joke instead of the caviar and Siraj and another time he would hide fake food like a piece of plastic Brockley mixed in with his vegetables or he jam a plastic egg into the mashed potato and people loved it because you couldn't go to these other French restaurants it is time in New York it was so fancy right and he was a very big practical joker in according to town and country bunny Mellon left her diamond cuff at the restaurant and she sent her driver back together along with a fifty dollar tip and it was there yes and Jackie was a regular there and also I like Henry Kissinger supposedly got bombed one night and had to be taken home in the navy rolls Royce and all the Wall Street lucky sperm guy yeah they all were big and they wanted the Cubans and another person remembers at the time that are like very like the menu with the prices were he would just raise everything five dollars every three months I love hello at least he would print print a price member we went to Mr chosen there's no price on anything yeah there's just no prices and you're just like oh okay it looks like it was fine yeah and also like one time berries wife Susan kick three drunk women out of the rest but they said they wouldn't go so she found out what codes they had and they all had fur coats and she threw them out the door out the door in front of their like window they were taking up too much time yeah okay that's hysterical to get him out of the restaurant there is an unbelievable demand the Jurassic quoted giraffe lot of wild things I mean back when they started doing stuff there was NO a a regular five why you know nothing like that it was really they have very disciplined French cuisine those are the fancy restaurants in Auburn and this was in the Sony tower which is now the eighteen T. tower yeah in New York how fun I mean in this is pre cameras in pre everything so things could happen you don't have to worry about someone getting a picture of you or something yeah he didn't have formal training of nouvelle cuisine juster everything up in the air and he didn't care if it was not done and people who are looking at the menu like temporally cure me never knows who that is but I'm looking at the menu the comments on ridge right because pages that you could serve any of this stuff in a restaurant today it was very progressive and modern but he was just a night and people were crazy at this restaurant and it was inspired by a restaurant for from Scott still called the quilted bear which which is where her parents is right yes I know it so the pre fixe dinner was the seventy five dollars everyone was afraid to be expensive and bury wasn't so your crease everything by five dollars every three months so I'd love love love is so yeah it would arrive at your table this bankers pursed in hand in the palm of the Gilded plaster hand or any type of like some candle pillars and then the hand cuffs and you have to close your eyes and take the entire tree down is one bite is their hands were shackled to the chrome railings I mean that would make people into the dining room to watch you yes bankers purse a little tiny savory appetizer Lori this is a good story is not yeah we got all that all right we got to go that said lower bird to young said experience the quilted giraffe but I'm glad to know about I'm so glad to know but I feel like something like that should come back the art listen we'll be right back with the rest of the headlines breast cancer that's right October is.

"bunny mellon" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

11:15 min | 3 years ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It amazed at how super ridiculous they are. so even back when you had all gore you had who you had up bill Bradley who ended up running you're a bunch to an end and I'm looking at the the primary Canada so they had a a Tom Harkin Joe Lieberman. yeah Diane Feinstein she was all they were all right they were all out. considering putting their had an. and I mean there are they are they super left either left I think they've got even more more left but. they that it's like the now the whole damn party is is that so you had to I did go part this is back in two thousand you had the gore yet Bradley Jesse Jackson Dick Gephardt John Kerry Bob Kerrey Paul Wellstone. okay so they're not super nerdy socialist like band babies right. after telling everybody to not have straws and stuff right what the hell happened what happened to this party all my gosh. for real quick just want to see just mercy see your John Edward you member John Edwards John Edwards was going to be the big help for the Democrat party until he got caught blinking that lady who was right a hunter who was on the campaign trail with him they had a love child his was on her deathbed and he was fleecing that bunny lady her literally was a bunny Mellon that old that holds rich socialite her name was bunny Mellon. which almost sounds like a type of a little Debbie snack cake but it's not. anyway you and Wesley Clark Howard Dean and Wesley Clark Howard Dean was the notice of them. but even then he didn't sound totaling us into a screened. and that's you know wasn't and then you only had a small number of people who were in this primary now Katie bar the door holy cow they're all not every damn one of them they are crazy you just heard on your them talk about I mean for crying out loud they do work. judge compared to change on your somebody to talk to. we've been having the same conversation for years I think in order for that to happen we have to actually unify the country around this project and that means bringing people to the table who haven't felt that they've been part of the process I mean this is the hardest thing we will have done certainly in my lifetime as a country this is on par with winning World War two perhaps even more challenging than that. because you see whether it's just like **** it's very selective in that it's only targeting people who are Jewish just like the **** did that is what the weather's doing right now effect that hurricane it only went for Jewish people is like literally made it so smaller and went around the gentiles. what do you say. you guys and he's supposed to be considered the smart one he's smart one in the primary oh my gosh what but wait but wait there's more there's so much more than you have because as you know people that judge is the bouncer of Christianity but don't you dare call out his sin don't you dare. and he says that not acting on climate change that it's sinful to not act on man made global warming listen hello if you believe that god is watching as poison is being belch into the error of creation and people are being harmed by countries are at risk of vanishing in low lying areas we are suppose god thinks of that. but he thinks it's messed up you don't have to be religious to see the moral dimensions of this because frankly every religious and non religious moral tradition tells us that we have some responsibility of stewardship some responsibility for taking care of what's around us not to mention but not on board babies not them screw those people screw the unborn. and to hell they're not they don't count. pretty much what it twenty seven right very selective I mean the weather but. god lead. this is the craziest thing I mean it just went on and on Kamal Heris. was asked what would you do to reduce your search to help with climate change she wants to control how you. the balance that we have to strike here frankly is about what government can and should do around creating incentives and then banning certain behaviors I mean just to be very honest with you I love cheese burgers from time to time right I mean I. and I think tanks on it but there is but there has to be also what we do in terms of creating incentives that we will eat in a healthy way that we will encourage moderation and that we will be educated about the effects of our eating habits on our environment. okay you're not the boss of me. I would think that we need to keep beating them so they don't take over the world then that's how I would look at it these people want to control everything down to the damn light bulb you put your house and what you put on your dinner plate. right zero I've just for crying out loud okay so a couple of other we're gonna come back to this I have other things to head on the. a lot of other things to head on so well actually before I do you also Joe's I about although I'm alright your everybody saw as I. okay because he as he was taught what he was what question was the answering specifically he was answering a question and then all I guess a blood vessel popped in his eye and it became like a zombie nation Joe Biden zombie well he was on stage which is you know I'm not making fun because it's a sucky thing to have happen but you know he he had a bloody eye and and nobody noticed it I'm just gonna save profitability I. just what do you think how it would how would that be covered. I think they'll be covered I can't even imagine to be like god smiting him down all my gosh they pay they would be they would be able would be accusing him of not being fit physically for the office yes some. but yeah it is it didn't look good and hopefully he's you know he's okay but but we're gonna we're gonna have more on this as well coming up because we got more of their answers everything from banning straws to using public schools to brain wash your kids and people that judge says if you eat hamburgers in U. straws in your it's all on you you're responsible for everything I dare you. in the meantime Texas governor Greg Abbott just issued eight executive orders in response to the this was it for that from the Odessa and Midland rampage he issued eight executive orders and I have them here before me. he says that the first order is within thirty days of the issuance of this order the Texas department of public safety is going to develop a standardized in standardized and take questions that will be used by all Texas law enforcement agencies to identify whether somebody calling the agency has info that needs to be immediately reported to texas' suspicious activity reporting network. the second one. is that the they're going to develop guidance an approach based on the appropriate legal standard for how and when Texas law enforcement will submit suspicious activity reports they're also going to make available education for all law enforcement officers regarding said standards they're gonna have department of public safety is the number for create and conduct an initiative to raise public awareness and understanding of how suspicious activity reports are used by law enforcement. and how people can I hope that were in were also and urging people to take advantage of the options that we have available also they have the department of public safety is working as long Forsman school districts that sat front to create threat assessment teams they have the GPS as well as the office of the governor they're going to have increased their staff it'll the fusion centers in Texas for the purpose of better collect in responding to said suspicious activity reports and on the eighth one beginning of after the first of the year all future grant awards from the office of the governor to counties will require commit the county will report at least ninety percent convictions within seven days of the criminal justice information system I DPS actually I like that one that's a good one. a good one because that's making sure. that. it's making sure that this is is actually this is that you have all of these records of these of these prohibited possessors that are gonna be submitted to this I I have it on five and eight. they're they're educating people on suspicious activity reports they're increasing staff at fusion centers they're going to better monitor and analyze social media and other online forms for potential threats I'm wondering about the oversight on this. I want to know what the oversight is on this. so we're gonna talk about that as well coming up in addition we have more of the climate change debate look we laugh at it but I just you I hope you realize they're actually going to do this stuff if they get into office. you guys realize this right or if you if they take over the Senate. we are also going to talk about better or work is selling massacre tee shirts. his fundraising off of them we've got that Ellen Omar media suspiciously silent about the fact that a sitting congresswoman is being accused of illegally using campaign funds to hide her affair we'll discuss that also sharpie gate the hurricane Dorian chart is not going away. we have that and a ton of other things to touch on that you don't wanna miss because it's gonna be a. ereli busy show today so you don't miss any of it. I use as my actually today was late day I'm actually pretty I'm in I'm pretty yeah I'm pretty pretty cool and pretty now I what so when I was taking my pre workout I would always take super beats that I would take on I can't remember the name of it I would take something else also to help with my energy I because I wanted to have stamina and I wanted increase energy the other stuff I was taken was it's just making me sick because it was just not and some the I just noticed that the days I would just take super beats I was totally fine and I didn't crash later and I was able to get there my work out and then actually you know come back and work to do a radio show so I don't I honestly don't take anything else but that people ask me about it all the time I'm by it that it did just legitimately does work and this is why I do it it's why I take it because those nitrates that are in there I mean it kick starts the body's production of nitric oxide and that's you know that's the whole point of it because nitric oxide can help increase your circulation gets it just basically get the blood flowing everywhere because it makes your arteries wider more flexible it also helps with supporting healthy blood pressure too that's how you get your.

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"bunny mellon" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

12:50 min | 3 years ago

"bunny mellon" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Saving light bulbs would you and reinstate those requirements at all you can get electricity from a light pole thank you license one tenth of the power that old incandescent light bulb use of course you can do that we have to take the cake combustion engine vehicles off the road as rapidly as we can educating everyone on the need to curb population growth seems a reasonable campaign to enact would you be courageous enough to discuss this issue and make it a key feature of a plan to address climate catastrophe. the answer is yes I think especially in poor countries around the world where women do not necessarily want to have large numbers of babies and where they can have the opportunity through birth control to control the number of kids they have something I'm very very strongly our support let's talk about offshore drilling for oil would you panic yes. absolutely yes we will transition off of fossil fuels natural gas coal oil what about the export of fossil fuels in the United States Japan absolutely we must get to that point there's no question I'm in favor of banning fracking I'm in favor of a carbon free America in my administration work of building new nuclear power plants we we we we we we set out the rules for what kind of plan and coal burning plants now is going to build other coal burning we're gonna shut the ones down we have we gonna end factory farming because that is not only that is a danger to the environment and climate change. who in the world that was those are some of the highlights from the band all the things town hall. last night. that we've got the greatest hits from all my gosh welcome to the show. there's okay first off amid citations on the way I'm gonna lash at the less on Twitter official analyze on Facebook while a lot can I can you know what okay this is what I'm really. start over. do you remember when we were I don't know this is maybe fifteen or twenty years ago I was just go back to when. George W. bush is running and you remember the primary all the primary candidates for the Democrat side and ended up alternately being John Kerry but they're only like a couple of super far lefties and they're right and everyone even Democrats acknowledged silently. they get these are not jobs. there are no jobs that's right and we got a lot of on stage and they were just sort of kind of brushed off during the debate do you remember those I do. now it's all they all are. now that every single person on this stage it's like they took over the insane asylum so what used to be a couple of French candidates for Pulitzer. because I really don't we look at the Democrat primary here. I an amazed at how super ridiculous they are. so even back when you had all gore you have who you had up bill Bradley who ended up running you're a bunch and and and I'm looking at the the primary candidates that they had yet Tom Harkin Joe Lieberman. yeah Diane Feinstein she was all they were all right they were all out. centering putting their had an. and I mean there are they are they super left either left I think they've got even more left but. they that it's like the now the whole damn party is is there so you had your Dick Gephardt this is back in two thousand you had the gore yet Bradley Jesse Jackson Dick Gephardt John Kerry Bob Kerrey Paul Wellstone. okay so they're not super nerdy socialist like band babies right. not everybody does not have straws and stuff right what the hell happened what happened to this party all my gosh. for real quick just want to see just mercy see your John Edward you member John Edwards John Edwards was going to be the big help for the Democrat party until he got caught blinking at lady who was right hunter who was on the campaign trail with him they had a love child his was on her deathbed and he was fleecing that bunny lady her literally was a bunny Mellon that old that elves rich socialite her name was bunny Mellon. which almost sounds like a type of a little Debbie snack cake but it's not. anyway you and Wesley Clark Howard Dean and Wesley Clark Howard Dean was the notice of them. but even then he didn't sound totaling us into a screened. and that's you know wasn't only had a small number of people who were in this primary now Katie bar the door holy cow they're all not every damn one of them they are crazy you just heard okay your them talk about I mean for crying out loud they do work. judge compared to change on your somebody to talk to. we've been having the same conversation for years I think in order for that to happen we have to actually unify the country around this project and that means bringing people the table who haven't felt that they've been part of the process I mean this is the hardest thing we will have done certainly in my lifetime as a country this is on par with winning World War two perhaps even more challenging than that. because you see whether it's just like **** it's very selective in that it's only targeting people who are Jewish just like the **** did that is what the weather's doing right now effect that hurricane it only went for Jewish people is like literally made it so smaller and went around the gentiles. you guys and he's supposed to be considered the smart one he's smart one in the primary oh my gosh what but wait wait there's more there's so much more than you have because as you know people that judge is the bouncer of Christianity but don't you dare call out his sin don't you dare. and he says that not acting on climate change that it's sinful to not act on man made global warming listen hello if you believe that god is watching as poison is being built into the error of creation and people are being harmed by it countries are at risk of vanishing in low lying areas we are suppose god thing so that nobody thinks it's messed up you don't have to be religious to see the moral dimensions of this because frankly every religious and non religious moral tradition tells us that we have some responsibility of stewardship some responsibility for taking care of what's around us not to mention but not on board babies not them screw those people screw the unborn. them to hell they're not they don't count. pretty much what it twenty seven right very selective I mean the weather but. god lead. this is the craziest thing I mean it just went on and on Kamal Heris. was asked what would you do to reduce your search to help with climate change she wants to control how you. the balance that we have to strike here frankly is about what government can and should do around creating incentives and then banning certain behaviors I mean just to be very honest with you I love cheese burgers from time to time right I mean I. and I think that but there is but there has to be also what we do in terms of creating incentives that we will either in a healthy way that we will encourage moderation and that we will be educated about the effects of our eating habits on our environment. okay you're not the boss of me. I would think that we need to keep beating them so they don't take over the world then that's how I would look at it these people want to control everything down to the damn light bulb you put your house and what you put on your dinner plate. hi I am zero but I've just for crying out loud okay so a couple of other we're gonna come back to this I have other things to head on the. a lot of other things to head on so well actually before I do you also Joe's I about although I will write your everybody size I okay because he as he was taught what he was what question was the answering specifically he was answering a question and then all I guess a blood vessel popped in his eye and it became like a zombie nation Joe Biden zombie well he was on stage which is you know I'm not making fun of because it's a sucky thing to have happen but you know he he had a bloody eye and and nobody noticed it I'm just gonna save profitability I. just what do you think that would be how would that be covered. I think they'll be covered I can't even imagine to be like god smiting him down all my gosh they pay they would be they would people would be accusing him of not being fit physically for the office yes some. but yeah it is it didn't look good and hopefully he's you know he's okay but but we're gonna we're gonna have more on this as well coming up because we got more of their answers everything from banning straws to using public schools to brain wash your kids and people that judge says if you eat hamburgers in U. straws in your it's all on you you're responsible for everything I dare you. in the meantime Texas governor Greg Abbott just issued eight executive orders in response to the this was it for the from the Odessa and Midland rampage he issued eight executive orders and I have them here before me. he says that the first order is within thirty days of the issuance of this order the Texas department of public safety is going to develop a standardized in standardized and take questions that will be used by all Texas law enforcement agencies to identify whether somebody calling the agency has info that needs to be immediately reported to Texas is suspicious activity reporting network. the second one. is that the they're going to develop guidance an approach based on the appropriate legal standard for how and when Texas law enforcement will submit suspicious activity reports they're also going to make available education for all law enforcement officers regarding said standards they're gonna have department of public safety is the number for create and conduct an initiative to raise public awareness and understanding of how suspicious activity reports are used by law enforcement. and how people can I hope that were in were also and urging people to take advantage of the options that we have available also they have the department of public safety is working fine Forsman school districts that sat front to create threat assessment teams they have the GPS as well as the office of the governor they're going to have increased their staff it'll the fusion centers in Texas for the purpose of better collect in responding to said suspicious activity reports and on the eighth one beginning of after the first of the year all future grant awards from the office of the governor to counties will require commit the county will report at least ninety percent convictions within seven days of the criminal justice information system I DPS no actually I like that one that's a good one. a good one because that's making sure. that. it's making sure that this is is actually this is that you have all of these records of these. these prohibited possessors that are gonna be submitted to this I I have it on five and eight. they're they're educating people on suspicious activity reports they're increasing staffing fusion centers they're going to better monitor and analyze social media and other online forms for potential threats I'm wondering about the oversight on this. I want to know what the oversight is on this. so we're gonna talk about that as well coming up in addition we have more of the climate change debate will we laugh at it but I just you I hope you realize they're actually going to do this stuff if they get into office. you guys realize this right or if you if they take over the Senate. we are also going to talk about better or work is selling massacre tee shirts. his fundraising off of them we've got that Ellen Omar media suspiciously silent about the fact that a sitting congresswoman is being accused of illegally using campaign funds to hide her affair we'll discuss that also sharpie gate the hurricane Dorian chart is not going away. we have that and a ton of other things to touch on that you don't wanna miss because it's gonna be a..

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