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The Charlie Kirk Show
After 15 Rounds of Voting, Kevin McCarthy Has Finally Been Elected
"Late Friday evening going into Saturday morning, a deal was struck for Speaker of the House. The 20 holdouts negotiated a fabulous deal. And I will be very honest with you, as many of you who watch and listen to this program with regularity, I was skeptical. And I was skeptical for good reason, and I'm gonna prove that my skepticism was rooted in a real threat, but these holdouts got us a terrific deal. They pushed it just far enough with real demands. Serious asks of what success looks like, and these are patriots. They're not terrorists as some people on television called them. Dan Crenshaw called them. Narcissistic, insurgents, sociopathic enemies. This is all nonsense. These are patriots that showed in the end that they were willing to negotiate in good faith. Now, these concessions led to real substantive rule changes if the rules package can indeed pass in the next day or two. We're going to talk in great detail of what that means, but we must realize that on late Friday evening, the kind of forces that we're holding out, everyone from Andy Biggs to Eli crane to Matt rosendale to Lauren boebert to Matt Gaetz to Anna paulina Luna. They were pushing and pushing and pushing for real rules changes, but there was a rumbling that began to surface. And that rumbling was from the moderate wing. The moderate wing that consists of people like Nancy mace and Tony Gonzalez and Dan Crenshaw. And Burgess Owens, people that are very much in the establishment of the Republican Party and they were getting and Don bacon. They were getting very angry at Matt Gaetz and Lauren boebert and Andy Biggs and the people that were trying to strike a conservative deal that would represent voters.
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"burgess" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"Where are you going to get in trouble now? We're going to get you canceled them. At the end of any time we have a description, we get to go back and do that. Yeah, big giddy a bit. It's a bit filthy. A bit downright filthy. Well, I mean, we're going to have to do another sexy podcast, aren't we? Because, my last, the weird sex scenes I did with Ben. That went really well. That got a lot of people watching and listening. People love that one. So we're probably going to have to do another sexy one like. Maybe we'll do that that Caligula sequel that's not quite a sequel to clinical. Reborn or something. The secret life. Or something. Yes, some shit. I'm sure we'll find something entirely disgusting. I'll be watching you. Perfect, yes. We'll try and figure out. Maybe we'll do crash, maybe, David crown of the crash or something like that. Really weird and fucked up. But yeah, we'll find something to do. I've got some ideas. I do have some ideas for us later down the line. So I'll throw you some weird because I want to do a few more. I feel like I've lost a bit of my weird edge, so I need to bring it back a little bit and look at some more. So you think immediately think of me, always, I always go, you know what? There's actually an idea I had in Dennis turned it down. So I think it's going to have to be one with you. Yeah, and then just look at what it is on Jesus. It's a pretty weird one. I want to tell you what it is exactly, but I've got to find it easier to talk about weird shaped ones, and I did about a film I actually liked. Because you're a lot more passionate about things you don't like, I find. So that's all that's all the fun that we have. Don't mind slagging off. Things are not like you see, but when something like my own. That's good. I like it. I like it. It's very good. That's not a good thing. So many of the killings. So many killings. Just a straight line. Please. And he keeps it moving straight to and I don't know why we does it because he uses one of those little handheld axles and all I was thinking was when I actually had to use one of them. It always blocks, doesn't it? You know, I get stuck. You know, when the metal bit hits the actual bit that you are just using it and it's professional. Well, on that note, on that disgusting note, as per usual, you can find me on the social medias. So at Facebook, it's at super bowls, Twitter, it's at Dan underscore bars, Instagram, it's at spider Dan secret balls, review like share comment, subscribe, et cetera, and don't forget to use the hashtag prepare for prattle when you interact with us. And if you want to join the battalion, to be briefed in the fall on the secret bores, swing over to prattle world at WWW dot spider Dan and the secret balls dot com. That's and I'd like to thank my patrons on Patreon. I am Jack's musings, Simon cotton, Paul Miller, max burns, Scott Hodgson, Mike Burton, angry Andy, Tonya Todd, and Tony farina for their continuing donations. It is very much appreciated and helps crack the world, keep on turning. And if you ever find yourself in a position to help the podcast, please consider it. So you guys are going to get those exclusive for the love of horror photos from down the man himself. So thank you very much for that. You are very, very generous as per usual. And I thank you for, again, joining me and helping me finish off shock phobia fest in the best way possible. I would like to apologize to all your listeners. He's back and I've got to apologize straight away for him and his lewd behavior. But don't worry, we'll be back doing something else very soon and something potentially shit as well. I'm involved, it's likely. It's likely shit as well. But yes. There will be some mad shit will be some definite mad shit. I'll find something nice and weird for us. But yes, we had gone again, but thank you, Dan. Thank you for all your insight and all the information and thank you even though you've had such a busy weekend. I do appreciate you taking the time to come on and talk terrify it. It's nice to get out of the house. Let me know. Yeah, you never left. You never left. This new fungal zoom stuff genius. It is makes you make sure it creates more social anxiety, I think, for me, the more I do it, I'm like, evidently in the house. Ever safe here. It's warm. Goodbye. Morning.
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"burgess" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"Have you seen that? Yeah. I think that's it. The nose. Oh yeah, we just pull in the nose off. If you haven't seen clown, I think it's by the director of the Spider-Man movies or one of the marvel movies. It's definitely he's done like a definitely done a marvel movie, but whoever directed it. And he, yeah, I don't think I don't think it's a Spider-Man director, but it's another picture. You go while I'm talking about it, but basically it's about a guy who is a family man and he finds a clown suit in the accident puts it on to entertain his child and then learns it can't take it off and realizes it's a clown suit that's made out of a demon or something. And it's great. It's a great kind of body horror killer clown thing. I remember there's a scene where he's chasing his sons for like a play area on those soft play areas. Yeah, yeah. For me, I remember it as being it started grace. It was a great premise and this is new and then Canada just descended into me. It was a good film. You just didn't do it for you. So directed cop car and Spider-Man: Homecoming. Yes, so was that director. Okay. I thought it was just because I thought cop car was his big break, but clearly not it was clown. I was right. I was right again. There's a program called on one of the streams called the old man, but yes, but with Jeff Bridges. Nice. He's done quite a huge Spider-Man. I wouldn't be surprised. I think he did all three, didn't he? He did all the three marvel ones. The new ones. Anyway, going back to John's comment. But the thing is, you can pull me into a Spider-Man discussion quite easily. That's the problem. Oh, yeah. So there we go. Yeah, so he's describing the film. So client 2014, seeing a normal father transform because of the curse clown suit is pretty terrifying. Oh, and there's this fella, and he's also done a little photo over on McDonald's. There you go. Yeah, that's the more kind of modern 80s version, I guess. If you put that in black and white, that looks like the original after clown from the face. Yeah, it does, yeah. I could see that. Definitely, definitely. But yeah, I feel like I might have was there another one. I feel like I had another comment that can't remember. Let's have a look. Just a quick one. No, not there. No, I think that was all of them. Okay, yeah. Nobody mentioned Boris Johnson. Well, we almost had him back, didn't we? The whole of the parliament now is just fast anyway. So you might as well bring back the clown. No, I do have one more comment. In fact, I do have one more comment. So Matthew Blackburn on Facebook. He says, it has to be Pennywise. But I say Tim Curry from the TV, maybe nostalgia, but he was creepy as fuck in a few roles when growing up. Also, I've not watched terrifyer, I looked it up, but nope, not doing that one. And number two sounds worse on the level of necromantic, which was a film I introduced to a few people recently on a podcast. This is the best films in tune down. I only introduce you to the to be fair. If I did it on our channel, if it was on our channel, probably would have invited you to talk about it. But Dan, where can people find you on the social medias and see all these wonderful photos you've been taking of art the clown and more. So mainly Instagram, it's at Dan's photo, Twitter, if I remember to post this because I try and stay away from Twitter because it is like a cesspool of yeah, it's a little toxic, but I keep my, I like Twitter but I keep my circle very, very, very small. I keep showing stands photo one on Twitter, as you do, keep it small as possible. So I only see nice people on that feed on me personal Twitter. I've got all kinds. The worst person probably by me. And then on Facebook, they're just so hungry, I think. I believe so, I believe so. If you go on to Instagram, it's the link in bio thing. I think it will be. Done better just photo the color UK, which has been website, and that's got all the links on as well. Amazing. Nice. To win a copy of the span of night on blue. Oh. Look, Dan is giving even more free stuff. I have also entered that competition, so hopefully I'll be able to drop it off at yours. I'm going to be the only one who enters it. On Instagram is to pick two pixels, but if you look on my dance photo Instagram, there's a link to find it. And obviously, that's a recent things, as you know, many followers. So the more followers will be on that. Better. And it's a competition now. If you do one of those, like, follow me on that subscribe share. Yes, well, again, I'll leave a link to that in the show notes with all the other links. So I'll mention the competition. Because I've not seen it yet, but I do like I've talked about the kind of rotoscoping thing before me and Andy did the Ralph bakshi wizards and stuff, and that was kind of a big part of that. So I am interested in seeing it. But yes, check out Dan's picks to pixels. Dan burr just photo, Dan Berger photo one, on all the social medias, like those photos, Dan also restores old photos, family photos that have been damaged. He does amazing edits, some backgrounds, and effects, stuff in the foreground, stuff in the background, energy, you name it. All the stuff I've ever done with him has been amazing. I love my electro stuff. That's probably some of my favorites, but Dan's done. Those editing. I was looking back at those black cat ones where it's like, you know, I'm like sparking, but I'm also like, got the drool flying out of my mouth, when she punches me. I think that some of the best or when I was being sucked into Thor's hammer was a good one. Some great stuff. So go check out Dan. Acting skills when you pull in the faces and stuff though. Other Bill, I'm a bit like that. When you say to them, do this and they go, no, I need to say I'm okay then. Yeah. They look a bit dead and they're not engaging the body. It's just acting. It's just so yeah, and if anyone's out there, it goes to cons and gets it, pays a lot of money for a photograph within star. And then when they get it back, go backgrounds, blend. Change it. Absolutely. And again, very cheap, Dan is on the cheaper end of this. I don't know how to charge people. It's too nice. It's too nice. He's given all this stuff away for free or very low cost. So take advantage of me while I'm still nice. Do it, do it. If you've got Halloween, if you've got Halloween costume, he'll do some magic and stuff. You've got photos. If you want, you know, if you just want something touching up as well, Dan's good at that as well.
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"burgess" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"Like, she now, when it started, I was like, right in the match. Very, very well done. Again, and it's all practical. Because you see him just kind of go a lot of shots of him just doing it and the blue spray and all over him and he's laughing. He's just going for it. I read as well that the actress who plays dawn, they made a full body cast of it. They were going to make a mannequin or something instead. They're like, yeah, I can make it look real and we'll pull it apart and do all this. And I think the producer or the guy who's funding it was like, no, it's got to be, it's got to be a full body prosthetic mold thing. So they put her in a mold, did a full body mold of her, but they have this, I think it's called a releasing agent, which is supposed to enable the mold to come off easier and not to get stuck to the skin. And apparently there was too much on a face and Leone asked to wipe it off. And then when she wiped it off, she wiped too much of it off. So then she became stuck in the mold. And she spent about an hour extra hour in there just trying to get it off. They almost went to the ER with a 'cause I couldn't get the thing off. I was just him. Totally fine, totally normal film. Yes. Well, Dan, because this came out in 2016. I want you to cast your mind back to that particular year. And I want to talk about the great clown invasion of 2016. For the Internet, do you think? Don't worry, I've got a few facts and figures for us. So in all it's quite believe, especially I can imagine it kind of in America. It was happening everywhere. That's right. It's a people going. You know what? I'm just going to shit people up. Well, the guy, the guy funnily enough the guy who is in the other exterminator, the one who's not bald. He is the actor who plays him is the Staten Island clown apparently. And he apparently kicked off the viral clown thing. But then there's a lot of other ones that kind of, you know, there was a one called the Northampton clown in England. There was a DM pranks in Italy as well. They were like the pioneers before it hit its peak in like 2016. But initially, what started it off in 2016 was it was actually a promotion or a viral advertising thing for a film called gags the clown and it was like a short film and they made it into a feature length film eventually. It took off and like Fox News got a hold of it and they were like this is real killer clowns everywhere coming satanic clowns coming to kidnap your children and raped them and killed them. Yeah, Fox News, it's not like Fox News, is it to do that? They're lovely. I'm sure they're nice, very nice people. Very calm, sensible. It's not hysterical people at all. But it kind of started from that and there was some kids saying that there was some clowns trying to pull them into a forest with money and candy and stuff. Like a lot of this stuff was a hoax, like some of it, some of it was just like, oh yeah, I said a spot to clown and it wasn't there. But some of it did have some truth to it. And some people used it as a use the cover just to actually commit crimes that was robberies. There was hold ups and things like that, but the word kind of several incidents of it. It got so bad. The world clown association. Came out and said, the leader of that, I can't remember his name. He came out and said, he said, we're not associated with these clowns. These killer clowns, we just want to make a living. We're nice. We're friendly. They're not real clowns. It was like kids entertain is when making any money. Like clowns of that popular in fucking 2016 anyway. Let's be honest, let's be honest. How many kids parties do you see with clowns in nowadays? It is a world class thing. Yeah. Well, there you go. And Andre muschietti of the film, the director of the it film that was coming out in 2017. He had to come out and say, this is not a promotion for my film. I am not involved in this in any way. Stop blaming it on me. It was so much stuff going on. In New Haven, they banned all clan costumes in Georgia in a 11 year old girl was arrested for bringing a knife to school to protect herself from the clowns. This was 2016. 2016. Shit started happening in 2016. The universe. That's it. Trump was on the rise, wasn't he? It was a few of the things like that. Yeah, Brexit. Everything happened in that year. All of that shit went down. We did it, we did it. And there was clown bomb threats. There was a Facebook group saying, we're going to kill the children and kidnap the teachers. We're not playing. I've put them in a car with the doors fall off. And our time, we're going to fit them all in our tiny, tiny car. There is a least one reported clown sighting in every state in America. That's crazy. Well, speaking of McDonald's, a Ronald McDonald, started making less appearances after 2016, because people were a little worried they were going to cause panic and we still really don't see Ronald McDonald that much, and I think that's probably why. For better or for worse, whether you like him or not, whether you think he's a creepy planet. That's it. You don't really see any people in macarons anymore. Well, I went today and I used the machine use sugar using. And there was quite a few people in there. So I will disagree with you, sir. I mean, staff. Oh, staff, yeah, yeah. And you don't see the hamburglar. There's no stuff there waiting to help stupid old people like neoclassical machines. Just sit there laughing while I'm licking the screen. Don't worry you don't want to use them anywhere. Apparently covered in feces and fecal matter, apparently, according to scientists. That way, that way you're only touching your own fecal matter. When America was banning these costumes, count on Glasgow because they bought as many as they could. They sold out everywhere. And in Florida, obviously Florida is now for some crazy news headlines. People decided to go armed while they were trick or treating. Sounds like Florida. Sounds like a Florida thing. The Russian embassy in London also issued a warning for Russian and British citizens because of the clown scare. This is crazy. New Zealand shops with drew clan costumes, employees at theme parks were told not to wear any clown costumes in case they were attacked. They announced as well that was going to be a widespread purge on Halloween and all the clowns are going to kill everybody and they're going to, you know, and people like, oh yeah, it's a satanic cult and it's like, okay. But even scarier was there was vigilante clown hunting groups that went out and were looking to.
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"burgess" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"So Tim Curry's one, not the skarsgard Bill Skarsgård one, because that came out the year after terrified in it, 2017. Yeah. So he was like, right. If I'm going to make a killer clown, it can't be anything like Pennywise. So you said right. No caller. Yeah, exactly. Black and white doesn't speak. Yeah, it doesn't have hair. And I think that was the best the best thing you could have done, because it really does differentiate and in a way, how can you top either of those it performances really? Amazingly for him, Stephen King tweeted about terrified to this week. Wow. You know, you're doing something right. And you know what? I bet you said, why didn't it turn into a giant spider? I wanted a giant spider. That's what clowns do. That's normal for clash. Actually, I haven't seen two. So I don't know what that is. There is no, I can confirm there's no kid orgy, but I have seen too. I've seen chapter one chapter two. Did you see it at the end? No, I just saw it. The cinema. Very boring. On my own, I went to see it. And again, I was a bit disappointed that my main problem with it is that once the once they grow up, I don't give a shit because I don't feel like they're in mortal danger really as much. I think when the kids, you know, it's got this goonies vibe. It's got there's a bit more to it. So I always prefer that the first half of that story than the second half. But that's just my opinion. I like, I'd like kids in danger, apparently. That's my thing. That's my particular thing. I like kids being in danger. But then succeeding in the end. I'm just like, I'm just like, I'm like, you know, I get my nephew and dangling over a balcony like Michael Jackson did. There you go. He's fine. It's blanket. It's blankets. Cranky. I'm Peter Pan. You're ignorant. God, what a bloody bizarre documentary that was with what's his name? What was the reporter that did the documentary with him? The sheer, yeah, that was it. That was weird one as well. They're all bloody weird. They're all bloody weird. But yeah, I was talking about the influences, the David Howard Thornton had with art as well. He said that he looked all the physical performance, all the mimes, the silent actors like Chaplin bus Keaton, Jim Carrey, Doug Jones, all these really physical actors. And I think it does really show and is performance and the physicality and the suppleness of his movements as well and the staccato stuff and then there's a scene later in the film again spoilers for the film, but he cuts off all of the woman's genitalia and breasts and hair and walks around naked wearing it. Very, very Buffalo Bill. And during that, his physicality is the woman is like, weirdly hypnotic to me a little bit. Strangely. I think it wouldn't have worked as a character as much if it wasn't him playing it. And he just nails everything about it. Because it's got to be that. Performance that body, the same body performance. If you didn't have someone who has a depth that it is, it just falls flat. Oh God, yeah. I'm glad it's sexy lady. Oh boy, if I was like, you know what I mean? Like, it could come off really badly. Like you said, it could not work. But it really does, and he really sells it. And the better of a woman he portrays the creepier it becomes. And you can see he's just done it for the last. There's no reason for it. He's just gone. Yeah, this is funny. This will be a laugh. It's a pieces, and stick it on. And the thing is he's totally clown outfit off. He is naked underneath it. He's just like, check me out, bitch. And again, I think if he left the clown outfit on it wouldn't work. Because I think his physical form is quite kind of adds to the femininity of it. And I think if you couldn't see those his whole body and it's just that baggy clown outfit, it really would just, it wouldn't be shit. It would just be weird. But I'm glad I'm glad he went for a glider went, right? Here's my is my exposure. I wanted to ask again, like we're talking about that tunnel scene with a cat lady. What do you think is going on there with arts and the cat lady? Do you think he's kind of messing with her? Do you think there's something where she's like, oh, you've never had a mummy before. You've never been looked after, I love you, and I'll take care of you and all that sort of stuff. It's an old scene because it's like she's like mental based off. She's like, there's something obviously she's got a hair child is a doll. So she's, you know, there's something about her, which is, again, a bit like she's one of those colors where you're thinking, is she gonna be something else? You know what I mean? One way she the only person in this house. Why is she living in the basement? Why does she think she's going to be a neighbor and he can do the laundry together? And clearly she hasn't got any clothes anyway. That kind of thing, so who is this and does she own the building or something? Yeah, she just goes over the same can not be baby back kind of thing. And it's almost like you feel like a Kindred spirit with her. And you almost think then when she's called element stuff like no. But then you just realize, no, it's just been messing with it. And it is the violence is quite extreme, but then again, not like I've seen worse violence in films. I know a lot of people are fainting in this new one and throwing up and passing out and all this sort of stuff. But when I came to watch this, I did expect a bit more. I mean, again, I think the soaring, the hacksaw scene is probably a scene is the main one people talk about. I think it's the I think the solar system is almost like the eocene reservoir. It's that kind of everyone's going over this bit, isn't it? And I think the violence in it. I think like realistic, quick violence is more frightening than the violence in this. If you know what I mean, like if you feel much so much goes, it's all similar in Japan issued in the face or something like that. You go now, this has got this hasn't got that. It's got like protracted long scenes of just like mutilation essentially. And that's what I think makes it makes it worse. Even though it's not wears violence, it can't stay with yet a bit longer because it's like he's enjoying killing, it's not a quick break. The Tara. She's hidden from him in this scene. I mean, it's not a long film, so although we're jumping everywhere in all happens like pretty quick. It's all like one. Exactly. Yeah, there's basically it's just a series of killings of bayard mcclellan in this warehouse. That's basically it. There's not other than there's a killer clown out killing people and lots of people in this warehouse. There's really not much of a plot. If you know, I think the opening, I think the opening budget on this show was like $35,000 or something. That sets up obviously it's going to be a couple of sets, a couple of locations, it's not you're not going to be going everywhere in cars and all that stuff. She's like hiding from and it's got this cat and I entails thing and he's got to basically pet cemeteries and stabbing her in the car. Yeah, really? And it's like, again, it's not a little just one stop. He's properly sticking it in. As
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"burgess" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"Long round from flats. Old, old and battered clown shoes. The candy would want to work like Flynn's big product issues. Saw them and then saw the art clothes. I just sat there where they put all the makeup on and stuff and I was like, oh my. And they're such lovely guys. You know, and then Samantha skip came in, they all started to open up stuff that I will mention on here and it was just really cool to be there and they were just switching all gone on really well. You just thought shit and I would have a good laugh and there's a and then yeah, so got a few photos of course as you do. Of course and Dan will be selfie time for I have seen that so get on Dan's Instagram at Dan's photo one down photo one. Sorry, Dan's photo, but it's on Twitter as Dan's photo one. That's right. I will remind people at the end, but go check that shit out because it's brilliant and amazing. And all the stuff Dan does. I say it every day every time he's on. This photography and editing skills are second to none. Well, second to his podcasting skills, I think. Of course. It's better than me podcast in school. Yeah, I would agree. I would agree. I would agree. But I'd agree it's also about the my podcast in skills as well. So there you go. What I do like about art the clown is these kind of almost a mix of two kind of kind of slasher villains, isn't it? He's kind of the strong silent type, like a Freddy or a Michael Myers. You've got that aspect to him. And then also you've got, you know, even though he doesn't speak, he's able to express himself quite a lot, like with his face and he's not behind like just a blank mass. He's full like mine. I think David's trained as my share has typed there. It did a lot of children's theater as well. I think he's actually going to be in the new. It's a mean one. He's a meme one or something or the main one. It's a slasher, the slasher Grinch. Because he actually trained with a guy from lazy town. The villain, whatever he is. Yeah, he was the understudy to him as the Grinch, I think. I read somewhere or heard in an interview with him. But yeah, you can definitely see he's got that physicality about him and he's got, he knows, you know, you can tell how much fun he's having doing it. I think I could have done with a bit more clown stuff. You know what I mean? The clowning in that. I could have done with a bit more of it. Maybe mimes like a baseball bat or something. I don't know. It actually hurts somebody or something. I don't know, maybe we'll see that in the future or something, but you know, there's some ideas there, which I think that could play with him on the bike. I thought it was really good. The little tiny little jigsaw bike and terrify it. There was more grounded in reality. I think terrified to for what I've had might slip back into the world. It will. Because of the end of terrifying. So we know it will go into the Supernatural style. And that's where those type of things could come into it. I love that. I can't wait. Yeah. That's what I really dig about it. And I think our art is so it's such a unique design and real eye catching design as well. The monochromatic look, the crooked nose, like you said, the teeth and the lips and the tiny little hat. Those little left side are sticking out. It is an iconic look and will be cool, but I think it's a franchise now, got to be let's hope that big studios don't get involved too much because obviously that's the worry, isn't it? Terrified too isn't one great broad house has that you wanted to bring it out. I think if studios were involved in probably cut a bit. Yeah, we've seen it come out soon. Records and everything. Well, yeah, just remember at the beginning of the film. It's a very what I thought of like it was a very Kruger recipe beginning. Kruger is making his bladed golden because he's putting all the things he's going to he's going to cattle that entails with all different knives and scissors. And apparently from what I had at the weekend, the rope on it is made from his victim's hair. Oh. I like that. You know, he's a sick puppy line. So you don't really know what's in his bin bag. But it's a pretty full walking boom bag. I did think about it as like, it must be the toughest bin bag imaginable. Because all these bladed weapons are in it. It's not been torn apart. I can't imagine it. I kept imagining like Mary Poppins carpet bag. But for him, it's just the bin pack of what happens. And that's because basically in slasher film growth, they've got to find a weapon in there, especially just closes or with them and it's been back of joy. And that's the thing with him. He takes, you can see he takes great glee and killing things. I quite like you were talking about moments where he pulls his face and stuff, that moment where. So Tara is Tara's desperate for the toilet victorious coming to get her and dawn. She asked this chef this guy who's this went a bit odd kind of like silly for me. There's a guy in this random ramshackle rundown house building which later on when he finally gets around to making the police. He calls it a warehouse. It was clear not a warehouse. He is outside having a cigarette and they go, oh, and it is going in there to ask this one frankly scary looking an art fell out. He's not the most approachable looking guy, but I think that's the point you meant to think of God who's this dude like what's going to happen here. He's got a blue jumpsuit on Simon's been killed like Michael Myers and stuff. Yeah, definitely. Definitely a mirror when you've got a new junk shoes on. Yes, should she goes
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"burgess" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"Host, the ever amazing ever spectacular spider Dan. And in this podcast, I spotlight entertainment's best kept secrets that are mainstream audience may find boring and welcome to shock phobia fest a month long celebration of all hello's eve's most frightening films and comics spooks. And unfortunately, a planned podcast has not commenced as normal. Sadly, Georgina hanmer, who's going to join me and we were going to look at the cowboy bebop movie, has both of her legs and she has horrible flow, so I wish her a speedy recovery. So that has ruined my all female shock photography of best plan. Because I've got a very special guest as always. Just as special as myself in so many ways. And he's here. We talked last week about a black and white clown in the crow and we're back with Dan Burgess, photographer, extraordinaire, and friend to many, many of the celebs and the horror guests. Welcome back soon. Thank you for filling in. How are you, sir? I'm good. Thanks for having me again. I'd like to stand in. I like to apologize to your listeners. Actually have knew what they were talking about. Instead. Yes. Well, as I was hinting at earlier, we are discussing a film that you actually like for once as opposed to the stuff I usually show you. There's no Brazilian fart porn in this one. I mean, I've not seen terrify it too yet, so I don't know, maybe there's something in that. Because we normally mention it somewhere, so they are expecting it. It's our trademark every time we do one. And did your wife walk in during a specific scene? Believe it or not, my wife had watched this with me. Wow. It's not here kind of film. You'll be surprised to hear when we finish watching it. So one I've watched ever since node. But she probably would walk in at the exact scene, I think. Very infamous, very infamous scene. So yeah, so terrifyer, which came out in 2016, which was a spin off from a film called all hallows eaves, which was I believe it was all of David Leone's short films combined into one. So basically, I think 2008 circle 2011 was the original short terrifyer and then 2013 or housing you've put them together into a VHS found footage type of film, which included one of the weirdest alien segments in it. I think even he's seen, but I think they wanted to do it with the stop motion puppetry. And you settle for a man in a suit. Which was just a weirdest thing to have in the book. I still love it. Yeah. I know it was an idea for leoni to obviously have the art, the clown character, and he wanted to kind of expose that character to an audience. I wasn't a massive fan of those films again that really low budget. Style grand houses style very much yeah, that kind of that kind of style. It's very Gritty and cringey and grungy. Cringey, I don't think it's a word, but it is now. I've made it all. Hashtag grungy guys. Hashtag cringey. But yeah. It wasn't my favorite. I'll be honest. But I did think there was something about art the clown. And I remember you talked about the character a lot. I think I remember you saying that he's like the new face, the new slasher icon. Yeah, I thought so, but most people disagree with what I think anyway. But yeah, I just thought in like the 9th year cool. It's more of a Supernatural hell, obviously it's like art, like almost like the Devils, all of this demon, whatever it is. He brings them. He finds the women for him to go and impregnate. And it's played by Mike giannelli in the original. He's like around the face almost. He's not a bony looking as David Howard Thornton became in terrifying. He's almost like a black and white Ronald McDonald. He's got a similar makeup and stuff, so which makes it even more like with well, Ronald McDonald will get a couple of mentions in our listener comments. Because I've asked for everyone's favorite creepy clowns and he turns up at least twice, I believe. Old school won the problem with the beak nose with the oh God. I'm going to talk about something later and it kind of explains why we see a lot less of Ronald McDonald, but we'll get into that. We'll get into that. Teaser teaser for this very own student with these podcasts. I think I've had a little bit of practice. This is episode a 151 down as well. So I've done a fair few. Done a fair few now. Up to 250. That's right, you're in it. You're in it to win it, I guess. So yes. So why don't you tell us a little bit about the actual film terrifyer. So I'll let you say Michael G and L was in that first one. There was a bit of a Supernatural edge to art and obviously the popularity of this. They kind of expand on the lot the ideas from those short films in all hallows eve and create this film terrify, which had a much bigger impact and a bit more iconic than say all hallows eve. Why don't you tell us a little bit about it? So in all hallows eve, he starts off doing the fit, there's three sections. The first section is he's a very Supernatural devil based demon in type thing. And in this in the terrifyer segments, he's more grounded in reality. So it's just like it's almost like a hobo mayor, but you don't quite know what's going on kind of thing. And he's mute, essentially. He's a mine. The terrifyer then nothing made the full length version is essentially expanded on the idea. It's about two gales tyre and dawn. I think the name Jacques correct. The walking home in the middle of a place where there would be no clubs. Apparently coming back on the club. I just found that really strange. She's dressed in like skeleton that's meant to be Halloween kind of thing. So and the scarecrow isn't she. She's dressed as a scarecrow. Yeah, the scan crew from reasonables. Very attractive young ladies who have obviously been to the club. Had a few too many drinks, and then go, oh, she's what does she say? She's fucking lit to drive. You're so down with the kids lingo nowadays. Yeah, yeah. So I'm getting there. I'm sure I'll come up with some really top of the range old school like references you're in this. So I can't wait. I can't wait. You're born in the 70s buckle up kids. So that's what she says. So apparently if you two drunk to drive, if you just go and have a bit of a pizza, or something, you'll be fine. So you see this little pizza joint, which is in a strip mall. I think I made the notes of oh yes, so there's nails and delicatessen. Pizza wines and liquor. In
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"burgess" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"Prepare. Shock COVID effects. While the world, I am your
The Doug Collins Podcast
Is There Hope for the Future of America? Dr. Mike Burgess Weighs In
"Hope not that we're going to turn the conservatives will win back the House Republicans will win back the house and hopefully the Senate that at least can put a damper on some of these things and moving forward because I mean, we went through an administration that frankly just does it seem to care. Just your last hot take on that. I mean, what's the feeling right now in D.C.? Well, if the election is about security, if it's about immigration, if it's about border security, if it's about cost of living that has been out of control for months and months and months, I think Republicans have a good have a good shot. There will be a lot of effort on the other side. A lot of time and effort spent on trying to make the election about other things. But look, the president in his 60 minutes interview the other day said, oh, inflation is just an inch up. I'm sorry. It's an inch, but it's a puncture wound, and it's hurting American families. And they're dealing with it every day. Sure, gas prices have come down a little bit because you exhausted this strategic petroleum reserve to artificially depress the price. That's going to run out about the same time that we come into this fall election, but that was that was the strategy to deal with inflation is let's just buy down gas prices with our strategic petroleum reserve, but every other price, every other pocketbook issue is hitting people and sitting them pretty hard. Supply chain continues to be a problem. I don't know about where you live in Georgia but I'll tell you in north Texas. It's not unusual for me to go into my neighborhood Walmart and see a lot of things that are just not available. A lot of empty shelves that has been going out at one point. You said, well, that's a pandemic. President said the pandemic's over. When are we going to start to find the goods we need on the supermarket shelves? So these are these are big questions that people who are going to the polls as follow are going to have to answer if you let yourself get distracted by something that it's not about. And that's what the Democrats are going to try to do.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Congressman Mike Burgess Discusses the Latest in Immigration Policy
"Real problem and you know this and this wiggling back to the late 80s coming back is we've got a population that is not legal in this country that is probably upwards of somewhere in the 30 to 40 to 50 to 60 million range. And we just don't even have those discussions anymore. I mean, because now you've got to open border this just, it's just there. Well, I think you're working with the judiciary committee on some other resolution of inquiry. How is that looking? So resolution of inquiry is a tool that you have when you're in the minority in Congress. Well, you could use it in the majority as well. Where the you asked the agency involved to provide you information because you don't understand something is going on. Now, Nancy Pelosi turned off the resolutions of inquiry for two years because of the pandemic. She said, well, we just don't have time to deal with it. Resolution of inquiry has to be heard in the committee and the committee has to either dispatch it or that motion then can come to the floor as a privileged resolution if the committee doesn't take any action. So yeah, I've got one that will be in front of the judiciary committee sometime this week and it was an effort to get information out of the office of refugee resettlement and Homeland Security about unaccompanied minors that are being placed in this country. And it has been very, very difficult. And this goes back years, but it's gotten worse in this administration to be able to understand what is the process. How are you vetting the families where these kids are sent? How are we ensuring that our policies and procedures are not aiding and abetting child traffickers at the southern border.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Doug Sits Down With Dr. Mike Burgess, Texas Congressman
"Next guest here on the podcast is doctor Michael Berg as congresswoman from Texas who we got to know each other serving on rules committee. We got to know each other in Congress, but we got to know each other the best because we're both early risers and we both would go to the gym in the mornings to get ready for the day and we'd see each other and it started my day off right if there's one thing that I miss about Congress, there's a meaning things that don't, but a lot of things that I do, one of those is being with Mike murders and having him greet me in the mornings as we travel this path together. For those out there, he wrote a book called a doctor in the House. He is a expert on healthcare. He's an expert on what has been going on. He came into this job and provides just a steady voice of reasons in many capacities. And I'm glad to have you on today, Doc. Well, Doug. First off, it is good to see you again. Even if virtually, and it's wonderful, thank you for letting me be on your podcast. And am I allowed to convention of people that you are a pastor? You remember the clergy. So you might pick my brain for medical questions early in the morning, but I certainly sought your help on the pastoral level on more than one occasion. So we sort of bolster each other between the two of us. We perhaps made up one normal individual. We worked on it. And also, and also we're probably some of the few members of Congress who still understood what a glow plug was. That was part of our discussion in the early morning hours. That's right for anyone unfamiliar with the diesel engine at Google. It's an interesting analogy. But especially to D.C. and you came in off camera, we were talking about the fact that, you know, the glow plug is finally lit under the Democrats who've realized now for ten almost 9 months that they had to do appropriations bills by September 30th. And now, you know, trying to panic to do everything. But
The Dan Bongino Show
Burgess Owens: 'Commitment to America' Plan Is Smart & Strategic
"I think an easily digestible contract where people can look and go wait tax cuts patient controlled healthcare school choice defending life the Second Amendment is this and this regulatory reform Wow that looks really good for me People need to see that on paper I agree with you It's not just a political talking point You can't just run against people Like Biden sucks Yeah okay we get it We know that Like we're living this suck You got to tell us why there's an alternative to it and we're going to provide it I'm going to say something America will think we realize how smart our leadership is Of course being in minority is very low to do with shouting raptors We have no way of controlling the gavel When we have fulfillment last year strategic look at this task force we are allowed in our now getting feedbacks and go back and back into our week or so We can highlight everything we need to sign on and you've got to load this significant America It's easy to remember if makes sense that people right now are very very tuned into and we're seeing no matter what you're going to create intended Republicans we have the answers We're not just against this crazy parliament nuzi stuff and we see that that is going nuts When we force something that makes sense for America our team is our future our budget all the things we know that we should be getting back to We have an answer And guess what It's going to be a hundred day plan is going to be a process of the next term will be dropping legislation to get our country back and give Americans hope again So just wait another couple of two or three weeks And believe me as smart strategic and bring us back together in a big way
The Dan Bongino Show
Burgess Owens Previews 'Commitment to America' Plan
"But just win baby That was Al Davis of course is model You know you don't want to hear any excuses Just win the game You're there to play the football game and win But congressman you see it on the inside up on Capitol Hill right now I got to tell you I'm getting a little nervous that we might not just win baby I'll tell you why New York 19 last night congressional district 19 special election That's basically a 50 50 district that went for Obama then Trump and then Biden That's a swing district We lost last night by a couple of points What the hell's going on here After Kansas the abortion thing in Kansas and this is have people just embrace the suck of Joe Biden and have just gotten used to it No What it is is that people need to see when we stand for And just like we did back with the contract of America we do have a plan It's been working and working on this when a channel year task force from my Jim Jordan to leader a little McCarthy across the board is called commitment to America And you're going to see that this coming with the next couple of weeks Enough time for people to see what we stand for and I just want to stand against And I can highlight these four things We stand for in the people almost am I just wondering if take a look at them They are tremendous Americans We all believe there's a couple of things An economy that's wrong by nation of safe a governor's accountable and accused of free in essence we have ten points in the all highly those four things When people read this and see what we stand for we will be doing the January believe me They can come our way They're tired of being hopeless and angry and divided and not knowing what's going on We see a plan that we agree on as a conference We are conscious of kind of just because of our user things we can agree on and regard the united minute and I'll tell you American people can be very excited when you see the see the strain we're coming out with
The Dan Bongino Show
Burgess Owens: Everything Democrats Do Divides Us
"Doesn't this student loan handout that Biden's attempting to pull off now Besides the fact that it's totally not constitutional Doesn't that send the exact opposite message that you and I should pay for other people's college opposite message Yeah Well Dan and this will be going to stand by the Biden administration everything Everything that they're doing is a different message about the American way No the idea of government dependency is what the left has always wanted to do is what they continue to do and every decision they make And I'll be completely honest with where I see this It's not accident These people this ideology that hate everything we stand for faith family free market education American way American culture We're under attack by hard left who hates everyone of those things I just mentioned So just know Lizzie Afghanistan will be the open border Whether the CRT think about everything that they do divides us it leaves us with less hope and that's what the Biden administration will be known for is how they portray the American culture and this history will be honest because truth does come at some point and I tell you what the American people go there and this is what my hope comes in American people are waking up We get it We understand what it was to be a character in Pearl Harbor 9 11 2020 and we still have the same way now across the board We're seeing that And I'm just making this point To that point I have a pack now just when they pack and it highlights how our country is really waking up If minorities Hispanic black women veterans business owners And guess what This ain't the same thing I'm seeing They're saying to American people this is the greatest coach in the history of mankind We need to fight this hard left Marxism and get back to basics which we all can believe in We're looking at American ways So we're on our way back I just want to make sure people realize it's tough as it seems the games are over We're coming back strong and we'll come back in a big way in November for sure
Politico: Tom Cotton's Rigid Conservatism
"Politico is very upset about Tom cotton Politico is the relied left wing Democrat hack operation With an exception here and there so it could pretend to be a news operation Tom cotton's rigid conservatism is the title You'll never see a story about AOC about AOC's rigid Marxism or socialism or no no no See Tom cotton is a rigid conservative In other words he's a principled man He doesn't say no when asked about 2024 but the arkansan does rule out giving ground on much from immigration to criminal justice to foreign policy What's wrong with that Everybody can't be Mitch McConnell Everybody can't be Mitt Romney Everybody can't be Larry Hogan Politicians don't enjoy it but most change positions at least once in their careers then there's Tom cotton This is how the stories written by Burgess Everett Is Burgess a man or a woman Oops sorry Those categories don't count anymore From restricting legal and illegal immigration to hawkish foreign policy to criticizing the nation's under incarceration of criminals and he's right about all that
Front End Happy Hour
"burgess" Discussed on Front End Happy Hour
"If I started to not be excited about the work or excited about continuing or I feel like I would need a change. And I don't maybe it's not in tech, maybe it's even just a different role, but when I think back to even, let's go back to being an engineer and not even the manager part is like when I was an engineer, it goes back to that constant satisfaction of creating something. Like you're always creating your learning and dealing with hard problems. And then even when you have the worst problem that you're hitting your head on the keyword for hours, you solve it. And that is one of the best feelings ever. I still get some of it's not the exact same in a management role. It's different. But I think of a manager you get to focus on maybe like a higher level strategic vision or investments that you and your team are making to more impact to the business or future things that are going to help you and your team in the long run. And I love that. I love that part of the thinking. It's not so much that you're hands on building, but you're building this vision or strategic pieces to get your team there and enable them. So I love all that. And then honestly, on the people side of things, being a manager, I love being able to help others in my team grow. Career growth or just point out opportunities for them or whatever it is. That excites me or even the hiring side of things like being able to find amazing people for your team, that's exciting. So I think it comes roots down to as long as I'm excited about what I'm doing, it keeps me going. Yes, there's days when I am exhausted and probably need a break. That's important too. Take a break is a good thing. But yeah, I think those are the things that just drive me. It's just like as long as I'm excited about the work and constantly being challenged, that's a good thing. If you were to change careers, I mean, granted, you've succeeded very well in tech. But if you had to change careers, what would you do? I likely will change careers at some point. I think I will. I don't know. Maybe not. But I would do something completely different. It would just be maybe go back to that art stuff like what could I be doing that's more actual art and creating maybe it's focusing on photography. I still love doing photography as a hobby, but maybe I would do it more as a career. Maybe I'm not sure. And or maybe I go learn to be a tattoo artist. I almost did instead of going into tech. So something with art, definitely, or hey, maybe I'll just sit on a podcast all day and talk. I don't have a problem doing that now. So speaking of tattoos, people who have don't follow you on Instagram or have never met you in real life. Probably don't know. You have tattoos all of your body. And they are amazing works of art. But what got you into tattooing? It's pretty rare to see people in tech with a lot of tattoos I'd say. Or is that not true? I'm just going to say, is it not true? I feel like, I feel like there's a fair amount of people in tech with tattoos. I feel like it's an industry that's been pretty accepting of tattoos. I think a lot more industries in our lifetime, you know, I think if even when I've probably first started getting tattoos, this drastically changed over time, where people are a little more accepting for people being tattooed that it used to be when I was a kid, you won't get a job if you're a tattooed. Like I would hear that all the time. So I think there's some people tattooed, but you're right. It's not everyone, and definitely not everyone getting their full body tattooed. That's not as common. Probably when I think back to there's many reasons why I would get have gotten tattoos. It could get back to the skateboarding like skateboarding culture, graffiti, all that. Those are all kind of just meld really nicely together. You know, I don't get tattoos to specifically mean something. I know some people are like, oh, I need my tattoo to mean something or represents this. Mine is absolutely just more. I love the art form. That's what I'm getting the tattoo for. But obviously there's reasoning for the tattoos. For me, it's always goes back to being fascinated with the art, maybe it is like skateboarding, listening to punk music, doing graffiti, all those rebellious type things, tattoos or rebellious, kind of fits in that picture. My dad growing up was super strict and clearly tattoos were not an okay thing. I remember him telling me if I got tattooed, you know, I'd be out on my own and probably disowned. Good thing I live on my own now because yeah, that's don't have to be concerned on that. But I like tattoos. I mean, tattoos are for me, right? They're not really for anyone else. So I think that's always been I do it for myself but don't really need someone else giving me their opinion or thoughts on it. But it is funny sometimes I don't get it so much in San Francisco, but you get sometimes where you just, these random people on the street will just look you up and down and give you the dirtiest look. And it's like, I sometimes just laugh at that. I'm like, wow, I have offended you just the way I look. Cool. All right, you do you. I also think there's something about the tattoo process that's kind of unique tattoos don't tickle. But it takes a lot of dedication, right? They take a long time. I don't even count the many hours I've sought getting stabbed by a needle. It's a lot. And so I think about that, it's like a bit of dedication to sit through and tattoos, not everyone's gonna do that. And I think that's kind of cool, too, is that it's not for everyone. I don't know. Those are random reasons, but for me, it's just, I still love it. And being able to get tattooed over years is really cool too, is like just seeing how different art that I've gotten over the years. I think obviously.
AP News Radio
Blazers overcome Morant's 44 points, beat Grizzlies 123-119
"The grizzly six game winning streak is over after a one twenty three one nineteen loss to Portland Jusuf nurkic had thirty two points and eight rebounds for the trailblazers who've won four straight since dealing CJ McCollum before the trade deadline last week was scrappy playing hard but it was it was great to compete great to be out there cancel this one great and everybody there Burgess plan now from top to bottom the rolling today game every Simons finished with thirty one points and six rebounds to help the Blazers overcome John Marantz forty four points Simons has scored at least twenty nine points in three straight games Josh Hart added twenty two points six assists and seven rebounds for Portland Desmond bane scored thirty points and brandy Clark finished with twelve for Memphis I'm Dave very
The Charlie Kirk Show
Professor Ben Burgis on His Proposed 'Baby Steps Toward Justice' in America
"With us tonight is Ben or doctor Burgess or Ben Burgess, however you want to say it. We're going to be debating and we'll see where it leads us. Democrat socialism versus conservative populism, super thrilled, that Ben is here tonight to have this discussion. It'll start with some opening statements. And then we'll take it from there. The two minutes is yours? Doctor bridges. Thank you, mister Kirk. Thank you to town circle for setting this up. So I'm a democratic socialist because I don't think anybody deserves to have less power or dramatically worse life because of factors that are outside of their control. So that's the first part. That's the philosophical basis. Concretely, I think it's obscene. The way we have an economic system where workers at Amazon warehouses skip bathroom breaks because they're worried about falling behind in their quotas and their boss literally owns his own spaceship. Now we can argue about what a fairer society would look like. I can contrast what I would see as utopia with what you would, and I'm always up for that kind of thing. I'm sure we'll get into some of it later. But what I really like to start out with is not so much that end point as the baby steps towards justice that we could take right now. Things like raising taxes and rich people to pay for social programs that would benefit the rest of us, things like raising the minimum wage for the working poor. Things like make it easier for ordinary people to organize unions so they can have at least a little bit of a say at what happens in the workplaces where they spend half their waking lives, and I got to say, what I was confused with me about you, Charlie, is that I see you say that you're not like an old style kind of corporate Republican and the rigging Bush William F. Buckley kind of mold and certainly the politicians who seem to be most enthusiastic about people like Donald Trump or JD Vance now, make a big deal saying they're populists. They really want to help struggling people in the heartland. And if that's true, I don't really get why you don't support any of those things that I just
The Dan Bongino Show
Former NFL Player Rep. Owen Burgess Describes How Parenting Has Changed in America
The Dan Bongino Show
Why the American Youth Have No Pride in Their Country With Utah Rep. Burgess Owens
KILF Morning New Podcast
"burgess" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast
"Thanks very much all right. Let's let's take a look at the border crisis. I mean this thing. I wonder a very often. How many americans are really aware of what's going on but the texas border now that the haitian crisis has come into focus we. I'm sure a lot of people know more about it. What does this administration doing. What is your plan. I don't think there is one. And that's what's really so concerning about this and everyone knew. The problem is pre existing right. It's been there for some time. It was there during the obama administration so clearly vice for them by vice president biden had an opportunity to learn about it Trump had some some difficulties Along the way eventually got a fairly good control with the remaining mexico policy and of course he's gonna title forty two restrictions from the cdc during the pandemic and all this current administration had to was not not change anything and see about getting a little bit better handle on things and they couldn't leave it alone. It was a trump policy and they. They had undo it undoing it it has now turned into a massive magnet for people to come to this country. I don't blame people for wanting to come to this country. It makes sense from a from a just a human perspective but we can't overwhelm all of our systems. We can't overwhelm every school district in the state of texas with People coming in who were were not prepared to take care of. And that's been the the problem in the haitians to hate the situation with the haitian refugees is it is perhaps even a little bit more perplexing because these are not people that just got on a boat and left haiti. These are people who left haiti some time ago and have been living in central and south america. But now we're told that. Hey it's it's a free It's a free entry del. Rio texas get there as quick as you can. And that's the people who are showing up. Look this is a this is a desperate situation down. There are men and women on the customs border protection The people who work in department health and human services who are taking trying to provide the public health services. They are overwhelmed. I you know. I've been down there multiple times Trying to get another trip organized go back down again but they need help and congress has not stepped up with the just the pure the pure funding part of it. We're going to all government. Funding is going to lapse here in a couple of days. And we're not seriously working on that but more to the point there needs to be some clarity to remain in mexico policy. Work that needs to be reinstituted if there's some problem with president Lopez pretoria in in mexico. So those difficulties need to be worked through. And let's get that reinstituted. Let's reinstitute the title. Forty two restrictions for everyone coming across the border because remember a virus or illness can be transported by anyone regardless of their age. And let's try to get the upper hand on this if we don't it's You can't just play catchup when you've got the kinds of numbers that are coming in and they are startling. we're talking with. North texas congressman. Michael burgess democrats are rushing to pass president biden three and a half trillion dollar reconciliation package. And you've gone on record saying well. We'll we'll wait a minute Can you explain why. I don't think anything's gonna be reconciled in the reconciliation package. Look the budget. Reconciliation is a mechanism by which a the senate primarily. The house passes everything on a majority vote. The senate has their filibuster rules but under budget reconciliation rules. They can pass things with fifty votes plus one if it's a budget item and then the trick is. How many things can you load into a budget item. And who gets to make the decision. Oh that's the senate parliamentarian who's not even elect an elected individual so it all becomes terribly confusing and i don't blame people if they tune out the discussion. If i were a pin in private citizen again. I'd probably do the very same thing. But the bill that they have came through our committee on energy and commerce last week The energy and commerce part was half a trillion dollars alone in and of itself but vast expanses of of multiple federal programs And and they changed from what had been discretionary funding to mandatory funding which means they live forever and the and the budget line item only grows over time where for setting the stage for some very very desperately bad fiscal policy. And here's the thing. It doesn't need to be done like they're doing it. Look at the beginning of the energy and commerce markup. I pointed out that our former colleague ralph hall who'd been on energy and commerce for years Used to talk about how they spend eight months marking up the clean air act in the early nineteen nineties. Eight months and we spent two days to mark up a three and a half trillion dollar bill and no amendment no consideration of anything that republicans brought to the table. Even if we brought amendments that were democrat bills they were still voted down by the democrats. Basically this thing had been written. In the speaker's office you could not change one hair on the head of it and Lucky me i'm on the budget committee. I will get it again in a week or two and then we'll see it in the rules committee and then we'll see it on the floor sometime in the in the probably in the month of october but it is a bad idea and i do hope. I don't know that on the house side. You can stop anything. i do. Hope that The two senators who've expressed reservations will hold firm to their principles and not allow this thing to pass in the senate and then come come back and let's work on. Some of these things are important. I'm not saying. I mean every single thing in the bill but i don't know that at this point with the amount of money has been spent in the last nineteen months of the pandemic. Then coming in with this type of expenditure is wiser prudent and we really are running up the charge cards for our great grandchildren here. Or that's the. That's the true congressman. Thank you so much for your time. We always appreciate it and if for anybody. Who doesn't know congressman. Michael burgess is a physician and he has been talking about this cove in thing since not only day one but long most americans even heard about it. So it's always good to talk with him..
Scuba Shack Radio
The Chester A. Poling
"Today. I'm going to do something a little different for this installment of your next dive normally tried to take you to a dive destination where we talk about the trip from a number of different perspectives. The travel the lodging the dive operator. Oh yeah the diving. Now we've been around the world. But today i'm going to focus on one particular dive that is almost in our backyard. It is one of the most iconic dives here in new england and that is the wreck of the chester. Polling off gloucester mass. The chester polling was a coastal tanker. That sank in a brutal storm on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven. The tanker had just left everett massachusetts and was bound for newington new hampshire. That information is pretty consistent in the research but there is other conflicting information about where she had been. And what cargo she delivered for example some documentation said she had previously delivered kerosene to new jersey while others indicated that the heating oil was delivered to everett mass. I would suspect that delivery to everett mass to be more likely always interesting when you Doing research to get this type of inconsistency now the chester polling was bill in nineteen thirty four at mariners harbor new york by united dry docks incorporated it was originally in the plattsburgh sacconi somewhere along the line at also known as the mobile albany before getting renamed as the chester polling at the time of its sinking it was owned by the motor vessel polling brothers and that was number one inc. I wasn't able to find who was actually named after but obviously some member of the family. So that's a little bit of history about the ship now on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven capital captain. Bert charles burgess was in command. The forecast for that day was for thirty five mile an hour winds along with fifteen to twenty foot seas. the chester polling chester. A polling left. Everett are left everett at six thirty. A m well as we all know. Forecast can be wrong. The winds built up to fifty miles per hour and to seize goddess highs. Thirty feet facing the mounting sees captain. Burge's tried to get more stability by adding more ballast but at ten thirty a m a thirty foot waves smashed into the tanker and broke it in half the captain called for abandoning the ship. Six of the seven members of the crew were saved. I believe it was the cook jail. Derosa from providence rhode island who perished the sir. The stern section of the chester polling came to rest off easter point gloucester originally in about seventy five feet of water with the bow section sinking about four miles off of eastern point in about one hundred ninety feet of water subsequent winter. Storms move the stern section to its present location about eight hundred yards off of eastern point about ninety five feet of water. I think the bottom might be a little bit deeper than that. However the stern section of the chester polling is what some folks call hollywood wreck sitting upright and is probably the most popular wreck dive off. Cape ann as that areas known. Now i- i dove the chester polling way back in july two thousand and five. It was my fortieth dive and a double dip on. The polling was part of my advanced open water class. These dyes would constitute my deep and wreck advanced. Open water dives. At that time. I was still diving in a seven. Millimeter wetsuit with the appropriate gloves and hood. I use the standard aluminum. Eighty tank with nighthawks. Thirty two. I can still remember the anxiety that had doing. The first real wreck dive in the northeast but once in the water what an amazing dive the visibility that day was thirty feet and my max step was at eighty five. Even though it was july the water temperature on iraq was fifty degrees. It was incredible to move along the deck and reach the mid mid ship section where. The tanker broken half absolutely mesmerizing but with an aluminum. Eighty you don't get much bottom time and after about fifteen minutes we headed back to the up line and after are appropriate safety. Stop we climb back aboard the boat and got ready to do it again. Total dive time was twenty six minutes the second dive that day was just as spectacular and pretty much the same profile. Let me just say in a wetsuit. It can get pretty chilly. I didn't go back to the chester polling until august. Two thousand nine and that was my last trip there. It was my two hundred and forty ninth dive but this time i did it in a dry suit and hope to get some good video of iraq. I still dove aluminum. Eighty the dive was just as i remembered and just as exciting visibility again was thirty feet. And my max. Depth was eighty two with and the bottom temperature. That day was forty eight degrees still very cold but so much better in a dry suit again however with an aluminum eighty. You just. Don't get much bottom time especially if your task loading like shooting video so my recommendation is that if you are planning to die the polling you might want to consider a little bit bigger tank something like a steal one hundred or going to doubles. I know that i wouldn't consider going back with anything less than a steel one hundred tank. How do you get to the chester polling back. Then we use cape and divers but they closed up several years ago and recently the dive boat cape and diver to was purchased by several guys from boston. An air now operating regularly chart regular charters again became an diverse to is a forty five foot. us coastguard registered dive vessel. It is spacious and right now with limited divers on board you get plenty of room to get ready and dive but you don't get a lot of but you don't get a lot of time because you don't have a lot of time to get ready because the is only a few minutes from the dock so be prepared one thing. Different about northeast wreck diving. Is that as a diver. You need to bring all your gear that includes tanks weights everything. It's not like diving at a resort. Don't get caught short by not being prepared with all your own stuff now. Here's an interesting element. That i discovered during my research. It appears that in nineteen sixties. The chester polling was length lengthened. By maybe twenty six or so feet. That doesn't sound like much. But at the time of her sinking her length with two hundred and eighty two feet so that lengthening was about ten percent of the original ship's length could this have been a contributing factor for the ship splitting in half. I wonder so if you happen to be in the area of cape ban in gloucester massachusetts. You might wanna look up cape and diver to and head out for a double dip on the chester a
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Burnes Helps Brewers to Another Road Win, 2-0 Over Cards
"Corbin Burnes took a no hitter into the sixth inning and Kolten Wong had three hits as the brewers beat the cardinals to nothing burns allowed two hits and two walks while striking out three in six innings helping the NL central leaders move eight and a half games ahead of the second place Reds Tommy Edman broke up the no hit bid with a single to left field in the sixth inning Burgess six now in his last thirteen starts and hasn't lost since may twenty fifth Wong put Milwaukee up one nothing with a bloop double to left in the second inning Omar Narvaez has added an RBI double down the right field line to push the lead to to nothing I'm Dave Ferrie
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"burgess" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"And rocks here and we're part of that new establishment you know. We are the newest newest pro sports team here in so this is going to become bigger. I you know we're we're hoping to launch a new team to roll out a new team sports. Yeah something like that. Another team on another game yet. Another sport and so any sport team and so this excites us. Sino en because we're showing and it's a totally different game that we're going to be involved in so it will appeal to different target audiences. Younger target audiences I think it's more of a point of entry opportunity. And you know i think for us to have an opportunity to help houston as it really spreads its its credibility within the technology area. I i really hope. And plan to have people in houston and and really into san antonio and austin where we also have responsibilities As a as a as part of our hma to to make video gaming something that people really really care about. Well this has been fantastic. You know. I certainly have learned a lot and it's been fun to see you're passionate in your excitement about what's really coming to houston and maybe to the nation in terms of the next generation of entertainment Any final thoughts for our audience Anything that you wanna make sure that can capture as you You think about what you're doing in creating something that doesn't quite yet well. I would be remiss. If i didn't suggest that people check out outlaws dot g g which is not a normal website address but outlaws dodgy will expose you to what we're doing and it has our schedule of playing and it would be great to have more of our friends in houston come out and support us We play most weekends during the season and We have a fierce rivalry with the dallas fuel. So we are planning to play and beat on july the ninth. So that's kind of fun and there's a lot of Join our social media following and follow what we're up to and and see what your kids are excited about because we're what it's all about and it would be sure fun to work with different brands in this market that want to really connect with this younger consumer and make them their own awesome. Well risk profile tech rodeo. We really appreciate your time. And it's been awesome to sit down with these wonderful entrepreneurs building doing new and creative things in the realm of e. Sports please follow our own. Podcast in our social and look forward to hearing the feedback market risk profile dot. us and..
"burgess" Discussed on Healthcare360
"Me to put my arm up and then like how high that is and with me having my volleyball sneakers on. I'm five eight my arm span here. This is seventy and my vertical. We were doing like jumping sending vertical. I got nine fee. But then with my approach i got nine foot two inches and the high style everyone there. That's really ambrish sure. The second highest was eight ten benefits. Scott burgess as your dad. congratulations congratulations. Here's a simple thing. I don't know if anyone on your team listens to show anyways Maybe who knows. But here's the thing you're gonna be able to gain four inches in your vertical and a couple adjustments without having to do like squats and all the kind of stuff like you've got the secret sauce and on how to get your soft is into that and just a little adjustments and even like today for example lake. You'd left knee pain. We had this morning right. Gone right after me. The adjustments right. And what did we work on. He showed me how She pays my for me to one. Have a better jump into for me to like release. The pain more so i won't get as much released. The car Recruited muscles for to perform but you had left knee pain. What do we work on to correct your left knee pain. My right tiny so right. He's how that weird if something's happening on your knee and could be something on your right side or could be something like up here something. That depends be anything that's to be explored more. That's coming you talk about john. I don't know maybe. I suppose we're supposed to back to ninety three the really cool thing that he said was. It's amazing. how we overestimate what we're going to accomplish one two years but we underestimate what we can accomplish or what we will accomplish ten to fifteen years that it's like you're saying like imagine yourself in ten years will ask mom when she was organizing the papers as ten years ago..
"burgess" Discussed on Healthcare360
"Alley. Youngest just asked if she could come join him on the podcasts. You might be visiting broker. she's funny. I took her to doctor's appointment this morning. Her and angie new doctor very excited very like minded and your hold on issues. i i'm trying to think of microphone. Set for a real quick. You sit next to mom all the cameras all right. So yes please. Don't you slide down and then alibaba here. Because i think her microphone everything. I have to add a whole cable share. No no no no no assigned you to my just for the record. I might not share my food. But i'm willing to share microphone. This is why. I have a whole. She's a more centered. Because much taller than me. I me stand up straight. Oh i am him on the fly. Microphone check macaca phone. Checkout wanted to check Microphone cheka by good job. Here is done done. No you said every single time have when you microphone check back amok and phone. Chaco one to check out microphone. Check real quick to alley Hold on those anything. No say they l. you only at all at a deli burgers. So she's gonna be low. I don't know what else to do. That's fine we could share. Microphone voices loud enough. I think they'll be able to hear me. Okay that's good way just the editor to deal to deal with it. It's fine it's fine. Michelle burgess scott it. Michelle evan burgess i so where are we. Certain shamrock number ninety episode episode was really really good. I had no idea about all of frank's background growing up in. How being in juvie is where he found people that loved him and wanted to help him. And i thought that was really really cool. Your takeaways my takeaways. Were parenting lessons perfectly assessment alley so apparent lessons. He encouraged parents to have your kids. Express themselves through art if that's martial arts or if that's Drilling or singing or playing an instrument or whatever art might be. I think our community is a creative expression. Where i'm at in my parenting life. Addison bieler day day so as to. Why the puns. Funny puns mall. Why so i gotta jersey. So my tattoo says you've always had the power my dear ninety creative expression burgess and then i got my daughter's little symbols and jason model. Addison me try forces. Angie addison star. Ashland's hard inured easy. Six thousand bring us together and so when they were little there was four and four years. And so i'd always put like their symbol on their seekonk or whatever it is. Yeah because when you're younger. I mean everyone had as and it was just easier so i have the symbols on me. Now and edison picked out my sar and she drew this heart and she had a lot of input. Ns.
"burgess" Discussed on Healthcare360
"Hundred for the big reveal that i mentioned a few times of the past few episodes massive news and i can't wait to share. Now let's jump into my conversation with my wife. Michelle and my youngest daughter. Allie and as always thanks for listening microphone and checks kim. She likes to a own check. Michael microphone cheka one to check a microphone. Cheka was quite tone though this phone. Mike phone jack. Michael microphone czecho- one-two cheka microphone big norm. Check it's kind of hard heaven. A hot flaming. Minton your mouth while you're trying to microphone check. New artwork came out good so complete. Took a minute to get all up there. What do you mean to fucking bad. Michelle epn virtuous. You definitely have to guide me through this one because house of ninety eight with bio kanak. I almost forgot all the episodes in the nineties. And i'm so glad we prepare for this. I look at it as you remember shit when their negative other specific details right not. They don't remember the conversations. I remember having the conversation that remember being there but as far as particular details all i know is ahead. Had an amazing time on all the conversation where i actually left each conversation on all my gosh. You wouldn't believe that conversation. It was like one after another after another after another right. That reminds me. You know when you're feeling good you really don't feel anything and you're like everything is good but when you have an injury you're not feeling good. That's when he feel everything so it's kinda like what you said. If it was a bad conversation you probably remember more but because it was late in good It's like hey move on. Yeah so nation. Welcome back healthcare. Through sixty first thing the banners finally got done. We've had banished for awhile funny going. I'm done so the banners in the backside here so everything's officially switched over so this is it healthcare three sixty our healthcare reimagined. So it's done so that's my first topic for discussion. The h the five that here. I built the frames. Got an idea would look. I went to home depot. Play three hundred bucks for all the signs would and everything else and screws and a used industrial tacky tape on the back. That's what holds them up. So i can take him down. Put back up to a rewind verses having to go through and take all of those industrial staples at holding on the cloth which by the way allows for noise to go so the sound padding in the backside works properly. You know. I think this you through right like interesting. No echo. new website is going strong. Everything's interactive doing. Good michelle burgess.
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Howard Excited About Coming Back to Los Angeles Lakers
"Returning to the lakers. For this coming season is a huge fan. Favourite from twenty twenty dwight howard. Dwight thanks a lot for coming on. How are you man. I am amazing bad. Thanks for having me on the soda. Day of great back in la happy. Okay do i. What did you miss the most in the one year and nothing against philadelphia. I've been there The great fans there but the weather in philadelphia always may be mad because it was really hot in the summer and really cold in the winter. Is what you missed. The most rabat. L. a. the weather the people. What would you miss the most. Well you know fairly was amazing. I had a good time there Even though it did snow a lot. I actually enjoy the snow. I enjoyed the people there. The city the food Once they let the fans come back The fans were amazing. How to awesome time in philly Nothing but love from philly Coming from phillies nothing beloved. I appreciate every single fan every single person every single player. Every person that i met in philly you know was an amazing experience Just being back in la man. It's just just just the lakers. This just everything you know just being around you know the guys that we won the championship being around the fans and just the sun the beach and being able to go one of my favorite restaurants. Here and tally which is called the window. American beauty for burgers accent. I don't you burgess. But every week i get one burger So that's my ask.
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CDC Mask Guidance Met With Hostility by Leading Republicans
"As governments and businesses change course on mask wearing policies following new guidance from the centers for disease control and prevention members of Congress are being told they too need to wear masks again inside the capitol and that's got passions high mast up front here here on the people's house congressman chip Roy was among the conservative Republicans to revolt against the new math requirements which came from the attending physician of Congress that embarrassment it's a mockery any American people are fed up they want to go back to life they want to go back to business they want to go back to school about their children being forced to wear masks the mandate also prompted at least one angry confrontation congresswoman Maxine waters spotted Republican Burgess Owens in the hallway on mass the problem Utah Republican declined to discuss the matter okay and Thomas Washington
Hunter Biden Paintings Pose Ethical Challenge for President
"Just lapping up on the hunter Biden artwork. Garbage here and the fact that it stinks beyond belief. From an ethical standpoint, did they really think and when I say they does the Obama White House really think that We are that stupid. Oh, yeah, We're going to keep the buyers of Hunter Biden's artwork secret. Yeah, those that are gonna pay a half a million dollars. For Hunter. Biden's paint things anywhere from 75 grand to half a million that. Oh, they think we're dumb enough. We're going to keep everything secret. So we don't have transparency and we can't monitor If any shenanigans are going on because it's all secret. Oh, boy, anyway, so the first solo exhibition is scheduled to open up at this George Burges Gallery. In Manhattan in so home. There's also going to be a private VIP collectors viewing. In Los Angeles that will happen the month before coming up in September. And this art guy who you know this. This guy is fairly well known this Burgess guy. He said he discovered Biden after being introduced by a serious Los Angeles based art collector. Uh huh. And guess what he's saying. Initially, he was skeptical. About the president's son's artistic ability. According to a chat that he had with the New York Post. Lot of people can say they can paint and do sculpture. But what I was concerned about was whether hunters work Wow. When I look at Hunter's paintings, they're they're just so
Megan Fox Deletes Her Comment on Ex Brian Austin Green’s Post
"Fox is taking a dig at her ex's new girl. Austin green posted a photo with his girlfriend dancing with the stars. Pro sharna burgess. Now his caption said it's been a really long time. Since i've been with someone. I can truly share my life with megan commented. Delete it grateful for sharna. Why did she deleted good mortgage comments about how sure people disagreed.
KILF Morning New Podcast
"burgess" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast
"And that only happen during a rules committee meeting on this bill a couple of days ago in other words they got embarrassed because this commission had taken so long to actually make a to make a change on that Look you don't you cannot erase history. You cannot forget history. It's important to remember history but do those statues belong in the halls of the what has been the most enduring democracy in the world and You know if the democrats want to defend having democratic statues in the capital let them. Do it This republican was not going to talk about congressman. Excuse me north. Texas congressman. Michael burgess Wanna make sure before you leave here. We want to ask you about the coded variant that we keep hearing about how far. How far are we from being in trouble again. If you think we are or are we doing okay. Still well as you know. I was one of the first ones to sound alarm about this thing. Fifteen or months ago by do think that all the evidence i've seen this delta variant is covered by the the the vaccines that are available. So i don't see. At least. I think i saw the. Cdc today said no change in their policy if people are vaccinated. They no longer need to mask and they're not Advising any change in that looked at the other thing we've learned from this whole thing. Is that lockdowns really. Don't work so. I am very resistant to going back to A position of where this country was Twelve fourteen months ago that That was very injurious to says people. It was injurious to the economy The lock in strategy has Has created all kinds of problems We've shutt- generation of children out for a year and a half of learning. None of those things should be repeated if there are improvements that need to be made to the vaccine. So be it. If they're booster shots and i'll share this with you. Dave is someone who's advocated the for the vaccine for people who are in the high risk age groups people my age Watching what's happening now. With the recommendation that we've vaccinate younger and younger children who are not at any risk from any of this underproducing to be some side effects. I do encourage the cdc proceed. Very cautiously here Just as i was encouraging the fda to get the vaccine available when they knew it was working last september and october to get it available to frontline people in hospitals. And i see us Same time don't be in a hurry to vaccinate people who are not at risk whether may be side effects that we don't understand yet so let's let's be cautious about that. There is a there is a danger for going a little too quick there but the delta very right now for people who've received the Wish to have the vaccines have received the vaccines delta variant does seem to be a controlled by that all right. Thanks for your time congressman. We always appreciate it congresswoman coming from a physician that's That's very reassuring for those of us who've gotten the shots and going wait a minute. You're telling me. I might still be in trouble. A we've got to get a booster every ten years. So i mean it's all right good deal thank you. Thanks have a great day. Congressman michael burgess..
KILF Morning New Podcast
"burgess" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast
"Today that's geiko dot com while president biden is has has said over and over in the last week or two that there's an infrastructure deal that has been reached. Now he's still running around the country trying to sell what he considers to be the savory parts of that so-called agreement and you have to wonder if there really isn't agreement yeah congressman. Michael burgess joins us now. Live to talk about that and more. Good morning congressman. Hey good morning. Happy july famous to you sir. All right. Let's start with the infrastructure negotiations the president's making it sound like everyone's on the same page. Are you on the same page you know. Look there's three moving parts. There's a current expiring surface transportation. Bill which is the one. We're hearing on the house floor right now. There is a larger civil so-called gang of ten. Senate deal that they're trying to work out and then of course president biden and the progressives have this enormous spending bills that is so called infrastructure or American whatever plan but look the surface transportation bill in some way shape or form. We'll have to pass. Because that is spending the money to spend collected the highway trust fund. It likely will require an infusion from the general treasury which is problematic but nevertheless that he is going to be approved in some way shape or form before the end of the fiscal year which is september thirtieth or there will be an extension which has happened many times over the past several years. In fact i think we're running on extension now so the actual surface transportation bill. They wanna put a lot of climate stuff in there. A lot of money that has been collected from ratepayers gas tax payers. They want to use electric charging stations in california. I'm not sure. That's the highest invest use of our money when we need lane miles in the state of texas but Those are the those are the arguments that are going on in the house right now whether or not spend highway trust fund money on art him transit stations. Those are the kinds of of arguments going on right now Most of us on the republican side. Say let's be practical. We've got only so much money to spend. We know we've got transportation needs. Let's try to meet those than the broader package. The pie in the sky stuff. Like as i like to refer to it. I don't think even though the president has said he's a he's got a bipartisan compromise. In the senate. I'm not sure that would actually ever gets up off the deck. The scary thing is they could move that with fifty votes over in the senate plus the vice president under a procedure on his budget reconciliation. And that's how they would spend trillions and trillions of dollars in the name of transportation but on stuff. That is absolutely unrelated. Yeah i from the outset. We've wondered how can you call something like climate change the minimum wage. And all that. How can you call that stuff. Infrastructure and ideas to to help people in need the you know medically or with food. I mean why. Why are we always looking at the bills that have been that have rolled everything in the kitchen into one. You know ridiculous souffle. Well is because legislation is hard. That doesn't mean we shouldn't do it the right way. I believe that we should. And i believe smaller bills. Get more more representatives Enhance more of the country. An opportunity to weigh in on stuff And i think it leads to a better legislative product. But you're you're right. You're absolutely right david Things get bigger and bigger and bigger so that everyone's back get scratched in some way and then it gets impossible to stop. But i don't think the you know i guess purely on party politics that larger biden infrastructure so-called infrastructure bill. That's a couple of trillion dollars on top of the trillions villers. That have already been spent. But look we've got another worry right now and that's inflation and it really is coming roaring back. I don't care what the fed says. i don't care what jerome powell says. Inflation go by two by four at home depot. Tell the cost of a lot more than a year ago. We're talking with. North texas congressman. Michael burgess want to ask you about the removal of the confederate statues in washington. You're one of five. Texas republicans to vote in favor of removing those statues. I was a little surprised to see your name on that list. Until i saw your reasoning. Why can you explain why you made that decision to vote. That way sure will actually still same decision. I made a year ago And and this is something that speaker of the house brings up periodically and the whole idea is to Box republicans in and make them be seen as a party of racial insensitivity but in reality where the party of emancipation we are the party. That brought you the The removal of that abhorrent institution that was president of this country over one hundred fifty years ago. We're the party. That brought you the first african american representatives in the house and senate. So why would i defend democrats who want to. I mean these are all democrats so the statues that they're talking about removing They had they were approved by democratic legislatures from democratic states. They were approved by democratic congresses. Years ago Look i'm a firm believer that the playing by the rules. Every state has to send two statues but i I'll also acknowledge that. They issue of approving those statues and whether or not a state wishes to change their statues. The commission that does that here is way way behind. It took twenty two years to get the statue of amelia earhart approved from state of kansas..
"burgess" Discussed on OnEducation
"Buddy. Our guest needs very little introduction to many in our audience easy founder and president of dc publishing in the author of teach like a pirate. Welcome to the. Podcast dave burgess. Hey thanks for having me on the show. Happy to be with you guys. We've been wanting to do this for well over a year and we're approaching two hundred episodes now so we were thrilled that you Were able to to join us. So david's been nine years since teach like a pirate came out not a lot of time in a whole lot of things. Lot of things happened. Man it's been. It's been a decade. The last eighteen months you know as you reflect on the book in its content and the last nine years Do you think your messages chain. Especially you know you're going to go back out there and do keynotes again. Probably within the next year maybe even sooner and and you know do you think anything has changed in in the nine years since teach like a pirate came out yes so i do think there have been some changes but i do think that there's some parts of the core message that are still essential because if you think about the core message it has to do with one passion and becoming more passionate educator. Ask do with creativity how to be more creative than educator and how to brainstorm and come up with ideas and those things are evergreen topics and then the third real big topic of the book is engagement. Engagement is not gonna go anywhere either right so you know. It doesn't matter what you say if nobody's listening and so Engagements kaeding one of the criticism. I think of the book which is very fair is that it's maybe a very teacher centric book and that's so true. It's about engagement strategies. The teacher can do to draw people in and pull them in. Almost magically are magnetically. What you're doing in the classroom. But of course again i wanted to be authentically written about what somebody that i was good at. And that's something that. I'm good at but that doesn't mean that that's all there is an education. Of course we need more projects learning course we need more student centered in star student led instruction in all those kind of things like that and so. I never set out to write the encyclopedia of teaching. Some people. bristle people say how come there's not this. Hey this. isn't the encyclopedia team. This is my story. And so i think that's one of the reasons why the publishing company came about. I knew that my story wasn't only story. And so i was trying to find other people who are good at other parts of the teaching aimed education game and lift their voices as well. Let's continue with that topic about the dc publishing I imagine that the types of books you publish that the beginning of this journey and the books you are publishing now or looking to publish the future has changed. How has your process changed throughout these years. And do you seek dave educator and administrator feedback on what they what they're seeking as far as educational books. Yeah so we always keep our ear to the ground and try to listen and see what people are interested in. And i think one of the big changes in see is that wall. Couple first of all Initially i was publishing people that i was running across out on the circuit and that were may be approaching us in I was somehow connected to and then eventually kind of transformed itself and then it became a situation where now our inboxes flooded every manuscripts. It's more a process of of trying to be very intentional realizing that we can't do them all. And which ones are we going to do and like some of the projects that we haven't done that have gone on to publish other places. People will ask me questions about like. Oh so that's that back book you didn't want it's like i love that person. I love that book. I love that. I love their message. We just can't do the wall like we literally do all the but we don't want to have big buildings and all that kind of stuff we don't we're trying to find that perfect spot. It's not scale too big. But i think one of the as far as acquisition projects. Now i think we're doing a better job at not just taking the stuff that comes to us and not the stuff that like. Maybe i might run across on the circuit but saying like hey. We have a real gap in this area and we need to go out and find someone to address that subject which is not a part of our line yet and so for example Books on equity and social justice and things like this. I think there was a. I think there was a gap in our line for a long time in that area. And so we've tried to actively go out and find people to fill that gap and to make sure that we're green projects choosing to see a frame for equity in the math classroom recently. Came out and okay to say they about tips for allies of transgender. And nonbinary students and things like this so we're trying to more inclusive with our publishing and realizing that. Hey we can't just say well. We didn't get any projects pitch to us on that topic. If we think it's an important topic we need to go out and find someone who's who's talking about. Dave do. I'm sure you run into this I transitioned from a fulltime spanish teacher for twenty years. And then now my new role as an instructional coach and many of us that do that are teachers who are fired up about teaching. We love professional developments. We love to learn. Were super passionate about just improving our practice but many of us that have entered into this field. This has thing and we had some people on our team. Help us out with these questions at a few of us are instructional coaches. Kind of pitch them to this question. Do you have any advice would working with teachers who are reluctant skeptical. Let's say about what you propose for example in your book but or just in professional development in general And so what do you tell those teachers that say you know. They don't have the time the energy there's all of this other things that need to be done. You know the standardized testing etc. Whatever might be what how do we. Where do we go to be able to engage those teachers in this conversation at least to be able to grow in the profession. Yes questions all kinds of tackle it from a couple of different standpoints. First of all. I think that one of the things that we can do is to be more willing to go to teachers and say what is it that you're trying to do. What is it that you want to do what is it. You're trying to do with kids. And then when we find out what they're what they're trying to accomplish then maybe we can figure out how what we what we have can help them right and so now we're coming the standpoint of like we're offering assistance. We're not saying. Hey what you doing is wrong. Try this new and better way saying. Hey how can i help you. What are you trying to do. And then they say well i. I'm trying to get kids to be more involved with their project about whatever it might be weeks. They are now. I have an end now. Have a way if i could help this teacher solve that problem through my stuff than i've kind of like i've opened the door. I've greased the way for me to get my message in right. So i think that's one way to look at it The other thing is Win a big buzzword education innovation like risk taking things like this right and so it's really easy to talk about those words but we don't really know if you support innovation and risk taking until we see what happens when somebody fails. It's easy to say that you love risk-taking when when you're talking about something like rockstar teacher on your staff right. What what about risk-taking when the person falls flat on their face how do you feel about that right and the class blows up and so now you come in and an evaluative and judgmental fashion or do you come in a way that is as a resource and it celebrates. The risk of celebrates the courage that educator had to try something new. And if you come in and say. I'm a guy that didn't work out but so proud of you because like that took some took some courage that took like you were really stepped on the edge right there. Maybe he fell off this time but like you know what know maybe next time in the offered possible resources of ways that you can assist them. Well if you come in that way as some person that celebrates risk-taking and celebrates courage and offers yourself as a resource moving forward you will see more. Innovation is taken in your system. You come in and evaluate judgmental and kind of called on the carpet for their mistakes..
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"P Congressman Michael Burgess joins us right now in Congressman. Let's start with this. When these rioters made their way into the capital. Where were you at the time I had just left the house floor didn't was in the actual in one of the tunnels back on over. I'm on my way back over to my office. I've been on the house floor for about an hour and a half. Let's into the debate. As I told people I would be. That was my job. That was what I was supposed to be doing. The debate reached a point where it was becoming repetitive. I knew I had some work to do that a call scheduled with the FDA and had some other things. I need to take care of him. And so I started getting the alerts on my phone as I was about halfway back to the Rayburn S. So how did the word get to you that the capital had been breached and its security immediately grab you What happened at that point? No. No one grabbed me. I I could put you back to my office by my staff. And at that point lock didn't pretty tightly and I was wondering what the heck they were doing in there, But I got it. I did convince them with me and we got in the door and turn the television on solve what was what was inspiring. A to that point, The people were traversing Statuary Hall, which was a very you know, when you look first looked at it say, Well, that's Statuary Hall. That's normal. But then the people that were walking through there did not seem like a normal session. You know, you said you got up in the left yesterday during the debates because it got repetitive was yesterday were those debates and was that all a waste of time? Because Biden was going to get Uh, putting office anyway? Well, here's soup, and it's as if it's a great question. What is so profoundly disappointing to me is actually debate. Woz. Uh, It was important debate, and I think, well, it does not affect the outcome of this election that we just went through in November. 2020 seriously questions Red East about how in then one view reading the Constitution. It is the state Legislature that has a soul power. Our determining the state's electors, and yet in a number of states, six to be exact, there were enough irregularities or differences to that process. In Arizona, for example, very first state that was being contested the You know, in Texas, we've got to. We all know we've got to have our We've got to be registered to vote. 4 30 days before the election that they cooked over fifth was the day in Texas. It was also the day in Arizona until it wasn't and they set out. Never mind. You can just register right up until election day. Well, is that okay to make that change the interest yet if it is a legislative change made by the state Legislature, in this case, it was made by a district judge. And so no, that is not the proper procedure to follow. If you if you want to change the date for for someone to being to register for the election, and then you go down the list Significant verification. How long after Election Day You can receive ballots and these are valid concerns. We all need to be doing things the same way under the Constitution responsibly equal protection. Under the law, and we every state should play by the same rules. And if the rules are changed their only changed by the state Legislature, not a consent decree, not a state Supreme Court, not a governor. They're changed by the state Legislature. So be like giving. Ah, you know, Hey, this batter he deserves that He needs to have four strikes and he's out. Let's just change the rule real quick for this guy or or worse yet, let's put the Let's put the home team jerseys on the referee. There are They're They're things that you just shouldn't do. But here, here's the deal. It was a it was. I thought every solid debate. There was a solid case that was being presented wasn't going to change anything in this election. The answer is no, It was not likely to do that. But what really perked then would be my opinion. When the when the protesters had come in that and halted the debate if If released. It really set things back. I think the groundwork had been laid, and hopefully we can go forward with this. There's got to beat some serious look at the state legislatures have some serious work to do about what is the election process and what is going to be okay going forward and we know different states do things differently. And that's that's great. And if there is a way to do mail in ballots for the functions well as in Florida and other states want to emulate that, then let's Them spend some time putting in the systems that Florida has put in and not just change it the week before Election Day and real quickly can can two political parties and 50 different states. Come up with one way to vote. I don't know that that's possible or even necessary. But why would you want that? That's one for the same rules and the rules since in the Constitution that that should be governed by the state Legislature, legislatures of the states, which is allegedly that's the way it should be. Now, someone is the Legislature says. You know, we really want an electoral commission to figure out how we choose our electors. Okay? I don't think that's a good idea. I would never vote for a state representative who said that's what I'm gonna do. But that's The prerogative of the state. Congressman, Sean says. We got 30 seconds. We'd love to go longer with you. But what what do you say to those who think that that it's over for Republicans that voting will not matter. That the election system is rigged that there's no opportunity here for Republicans again to win an election well for Republicans and this is important. I think we've seen from from the events of the last several months, and even just earlier this week if Republicans were going to win an election, they have to show up in overwhelming numbers. There is always going to be an impetus from the other side. Torto try to move things in their advantage. The only way to overcome that is to show up and vote and that is going to be the message. I think the Republican Party is going to have to drill home between now and two years from now when we have first midterm election. In return Republicans to the majority of the House of Representatives Congressman Michael Burgess. Thank you for the time as always glad you're safe on go glad you were able to hop on with us coming up. We got little throwback Thursday How Today. Is the Drake more Do we need it to their We want. Yes, we do. Yeah, Let's laugh a little bit. That's coming up. You're right, right? Yeah,.