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Fresh update on "bushes" discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"I mean, look, I remember the Kate Bush song when it came out in the 80s and when it when we were using it in the show, I was like, oh, this is very cool, and I loved all the things we were doing. You know, we had a orchestral arrangement done and a very cool remix done. And I was pleased to see that the song has sort of taken on a new life and a new generation. My son, in fact, who's 12, put it on his Spotify playlist and loved it. And I thought that was sweet. He's never heard of her before. This is sort of it's fun to see that happening. But at the same time, you know, you know, I'm more really involved with kylo Michaels score. And I think I sort of, you know, yes, I really enjoy that I feel like the score that they've done for the show is something new and original. It. References to the past and to the genre of synth music. But I think they're sort of creating cool modern versions of that in a way. Like, a season one had this sort of retro feel to it. But you know, I feel like they're doing something more. They're taking I love when they're taking these keyboards and synths that were sort of popular in the 80s and they're sort of finding ways to rent out really dark sounds out of them that haven't been done before. Yeah. Do you think David some people underappreciate it? Do you feel like film composition the way you guys do it? Even American horror stories, whatever show you're talking about. Do you think it's just, it's so, you know, it's so impactful that people miss it, whereas a vocal type of a track, the Kate bushes, the police, pat benatar, whomever, it's obvious because we grew up with them. We know them.
Who Is Max Wood, Former United States Attorney for Georgia?
"It is my joy to welcome on max wood max. Welcome to the podcast today. Thank you for having me, Doug. This is a real pleasure. Let's start off with a little bit of background. I always like to go, how did you get here kind of thing? And I just shared, you know, in our intro here that we share the air force. We've retired. I think I was a colonel out of the air force reserve at Robbins where I'm actually stationed as well. Sort of, how do you get your background? You also a UGA law grad go dogs. We're all happy still the national champions. We got 30 something days left. We're happy. Yeah. Enjoy. There we go. Give us a little bit of the background for our listeners on who you are and just sort of where you come from. I grew up in Clayton county just south of Atlanta. I went to Lagrange college, and then I went to the university of Georgia law school. I clerked for a judge up in Rome, Georgia right out of law school. And then I decided to become an air force judge advocate and try to try to see a little bit of the world. I was an air force judge advocate for a number of years, got out, stayed in the reserve National Guard, went back and forth between the two. And ended up settling and making Georgia. I was in private practice and making Georgia for a few years. Then I was appointed by president George W. Bush to be the United States attorney for the middle district of Georgia, in 2001, and that really changed my life. I got involved in the federal prosecution. I got involved in political world and while there I deployed to Iraq and Baghdad Iraq to represent the Department of Justice at the embassy. They were very few United States attorneys who had military background and they recognized I'd be an asset. I said I would do it. And that changed my life too. And while serving in Iraq at the embassy, overseeing all the Department of Justice, we had 250 people over there dug at that time. We would work on court system prison system. Police system training, all kinds of things.
Fresh update on "bushes" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"50 million. Wednesday morning, but we 17 three 44 sports update in one minute. She was expressed, I'm Ross Christie. Jenna Bush Hager coast of NBC's today with hoda and Jenna along with UCP have joined forces to develop Jamie Ford's the many daughters of afong moy, according to the rap, the adaptation of The New York Times Best Seller follows Dorothy moy, Washington's former poet laureate, who navigates her own mental health struggles by channeling them into her arts. It's the qualifiers two performance edition of America's Got Talent, Sofía Vergara continues to serve as one of the judges and says her job is both fun and serious at the same time. Sometimes I guess you take it for granted 'cause you're just there with all the people and the noise and the music and you know what we're working. You know, it's not all fun and games. We have to be responsible and work. So it's amazing to know that you can actually with a TV show that you can actually change the courser of some people's life. America's not talent there's Tuesday and Wednesday nights on NBC and streams the next day on Hulu. Much more on show was expressed dot com and for the show's express network, I'm Ross crystal. Sports at 15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and innovation forward. Good
Is This the End of the Cheney Political Dynasty?
"Been a couple families that have ruled American Republican politics over the last couple decades. The Bush family, the McCain's, the rockefellers, the romneys, and the cheneys. They all get along very well, and there's pockets of this country, teton county, Wyoming, otherwise known as Jackson all Wyoming. Can he bunk port Maine? That just seemed to be dominated by that type of Republican Aspen Colorado being in other place as well. Will the McCain establishment in Arizona suffered a major loss two weeks ago. It is hard to see how they'll ever be able to get back to political relevancy in Arizona. Top and bottom all throughout the ballot. The bushes have suffered loss after loss can Paxton soundly defeated. Bush in the attorney general primary race. And tonight, you very, well, might see the end of a political dynasty as far as elected office goes until she runs for Congress in Virginia, which is really her home seat, which I think she'll do very soon. Liz Cheney, running in a primary in Wyoming against Harriet hagerman. One of the most important races of 2022 until the midterms is happening tonight. If
Harvick wins again; NASCAR playoff picture remains muddled
"Last week Kevin Harvick broke a 65 race winless streak and this week at Richmond Raceway he stalked the leaders all day pouncing in this final stage to take home the checkered flag for the second time in as many weeks It's nice to be able to get to victory lane and to do that two weeks in a row I think today was just a total team effort They were great on pit road The back to back winner said he almost let the lead slip through his hands in the closing laps but held on to keep a hard charging Christopher Bell behind him at the line I screwed up Not from just not from coasting around That's for sure Bill would finish second followed by Chris bush or in third I'm Jerry Jordan
Kash Patel Shares His Thoughts on the Mar-a-Lago Raid
"Talk about the raid of Mar-a-Lago. So I had a government clearance. I maintained it because of some work I do as a contractor outside of government, but we have this system in America where directors of agencies like the CIA, cabinet members and former presidents retain their clearances. They have legacy clearances. They don't have to re up them every 5 years. They don't have to have an excuse. So explain to me with what logic could you raid a president's home if he still has the highest clearances cash Patel? You can't with the logic of politics. The Department of Justice has become the department of politics. And so as this FBI, because nobody's rating Barack Obama's home, where he has 30 million pages of information, a lot of which is classified, he hasn't released one single page of it to the national archives. Here you have president Trump the most transparent president in modern American history, giving documents in the national archives declassifying them and telling him to get him out, but only to have the national archives, and I know this because I'm president Trump's representative to the national archives and have been fighting to get these documents out. They're not rating Obama's home. They're not reading bush's home. They're not reading Jimmy Carter's home. They're not reading Bill Clinton's home. And this is the hypocrisy and the two tier system of justice on full display. He wants the American people to see the documents that show the corruption and this is me just making a guess, but I think the documents that they seize that Mar-a-Lago show more government corruption by the FBI and DoJ. And if that's the case, it shows the politicization of our law enforcement, just like when I ran rush again. Remember, Devin and I only got 60% of the documents out. President Trump declassified the rest, but because of bureaucracy and The White House counsel, they were never released. All right,
Leftists Say Mar-a-Lago Raid Wasn't a 'Raid' Due to Search Warrant
"So we're also being told have you watched this on TV today That would take place at Mar-a-Lago is not a rate It was a judge or magistrate authorized Warrant an investigation Not a raid No I've been around a little while I was chief of staff to an attorney general as you know we would call it a raid Of course it's a raid You're going through Melania Trump's closet and her private things Why would they do that They say they have an insider They have a mole They have a mole of Mar-a-Lago Tummy is there a mole of any of the 5 mansions that the Obama zone Is there a mole in any of the mansions that the Clinton's home In Westchester Is there a mole in any of the homes that the Bush family owned so the what do you mean there's a mole There's a mole at Mar-a-Lago at the home of the president the former president of the United States And FBI informant And informing about what Just think about this A former president who's guilty of nothing nothing nothing They tried everything The emoluments act for God's sakes They had a criminal investigation They could go into anything they won Nothing Two phony impeachments What did they come up with Nothing A phony dossier nothing Russia collusion nothing
No Adequate Rationale Can Be Given for This Raid on Mar-A-lago
"Very interesting conversation with Liz Harrington following up on equally interesting conversation yesterday. With Trump lawyer Christina bob, and I think I'm struck listening to both those women about their just sense of incredulity. That this is happening in America, a raid on not just a former president. That would be like rating George W. Bush's home. Trump remains the leading figure in the Republican Party. He is the most likely contender for 2024. And all of that makes what's happening even more ominous. You've got an regime in which Biden, who ran against Trump in 2020 and might run against Trump in 2024 going after Trump by having the DoJ having his thugs having his police force. Raid Trump's house. Now, it takes a special Trump derangement not to see that this is out of line. Especially since no adequate rationale has been supplied. I mean, if you're waiting for a press conference in which Biden and Kamala Harris say, listen, we came up with this new information. There's a gray, violation of law, and we were forced to take action and take action now and not just take action now, but take action in this way. It would not have been enough for us to demand the return of these documents. It would not be enough to go through normal processes. We had to send people with long guns. None of this was even happened. No rationale has really been supplied. There have been these vague references to the archives and classified information. And again, you have to be, you know, almost nuts. Just think that that's a reasonable justification. I mean, just Trump himself pointed out that Hillary Clinton, you know, deleted an ass and washed 33,000 emails after those emails were subpoenaed by Congress. Think about that.
Brewers break out of recent slide with 5-3 victory over Rays
"Just the second win in the last 8 games for the slumping brewers who beat the reins 5 to three The brewers grabbed the lead for good with a three run 5th inning Andrew McCutchen and colt Wong had RBI base hits on ray's reliever Ryan Thompson with the wind the brewers closed back within a game of the first place Cardinals in the NL central the brewers have had the lead in the division for most of the season until recently Mccutcheon is well aware of that It would be lying if we said we weren't looking at it like everyone looks at it you know I'm not you can't help but see it That Bush recorded his first brewer save Check Freeman Milwaukee
Two-Tier Justice: The FBI Raid on Mar-a-Lago
"Last question for you? The PR perception. You talk about their 30 people on the hill. I've talked to many of them just like you, you know, they sell the FBI and the sale of the DoJ. Is there anybody there that could give a look and say, hey, here's the mirror. The people are looking at you and seeing complete hypocrisy. You've got to get this straight because we need the FBI to be the FBI. Yeah, I mean, obviously it's got to be and it's got to start from the top, so it's got to be Chris wray, and he's got to inculcate that into the organization. And he's from outside looking in. He doesn't seem like he's accomplished that at all. I want to go back, Doug, and one other thing that we all should know is, you know, Bill Clinton took $300,000 worth of furniture out of The White House and moved it. You know, when he left The White House and who knows what documents there was a negotiation, obviously for that, that ended up being returned to plus years later. George Bush obviously, when he left The White House, there was an ongoing negotiation about his papers and documents and what was and what it wasn't a presidential record under the act. And I just, I see, you know, again, you talk about the two tiered system of justice. I see that there is an inconsistency here with how Donald Trump's being treated versus other presidents and it's quite frankly it's disgusting.
Gun Owners of America's Erich Pratt on Suing Gun Manufacturers
"From a gun owner perspective though, this to me is the is the not just what we talk about about private sale, but now this opening it up and liberalizing this discussion on suing the manufacturer not over defective parts, not over anything else, but the gun itself being used in a criminal act. We saw this on the House oversight committee just a couple of weeks ago. How concerned should we because if you start losing manufacturers? Then that's the way to go to a total gun free society. If that's what they're dream is. Exactly right. I mean, people should just ask themselves, do I like buying new firearms? If all the gun manufacturers have been driven out of business. Now right now, in 2006, president George Bush signed legislation protecting gun makers from exactly what you're talking about. Not from liability if the gun malfunctions and explodes in your face. No, the gun manufacturers liable. But this is protects them from liability if the gun is working as it should. It's just that a bad guy took it and used it to commit murder. Okay, so that's what and you laid out the case, you know? We don't do this with Ford or any of the other car manufacturers, right? The car is working fine. Somebody uses it to drive through a parade. You don't hold the car manufacturer accountable. So this is very, very serious because the anti gun Democrats are talking about repealing that law. The reason that law was passed is because they were the left was bringing dozens, scores of court cases, frivolous court cases against the manufacturers, and even if they lost, it still forced the gun manufacturers to pay thousands or hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars defending themselves. You know, so even if they stay in business, the items that you love to purchase, the new products, the new firearms, they're going to cost a lot more.
Republicans Look to Clear the 'Deep State'
"One of the things that is making people on the left very just quieted at the moment is the fact that there are people on the right who are now looking at executive power and recognizing that perhaps they should not leave the so called deep state to itself. There's a large scale article the other day in The New York Times many times. And so talking about the fact that if Thomas that if Donald Trump were to win in 2024 in 2025, he would begin to clear out the so called deep state. He would begin firing a bunch of people inside the executive branch using schedule F classification, which would essentially say that a bunch of people who are career appointees were actually political policy appointees, making them subject to will firing by the top of the executive branch. People on the left were fighting mad over this because of course they have essentially salted the entire executive branch of the federal government with people who agree with them so that when you have somebody who becomes president, George W. Bush, Donald Trump. Say Ron DeSantis in the future. When that happens, those people will not be able to get done what they want to get done because all of these supposedly nonpartisan nonpolitical appointees who are not confirmed by the Senate or career bureaucrats, these people all agree with the left, and so the idea is that they will be able to stymie the worst excesses of the evil Republicans who take over. This obviously this obviously was a major obstacle for Donald Trump during his presidency when apparently the entire FBI or at least large segments of it were virulently. Oriented against Trump's entire agenda.
Kansas voters uphold state abortion rights, CBS News projects
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Kansas voters protect abortion rights and block a path to an outright ban In the first test of U.S. voter sediment on abortion rights since the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade in June voters in Kansas protected the right to an abortion in the sunflower state Borders rejected a measure that would have allowed the Republican controlled Kansas legislature to tighten abortion restrictions or ban it outright In Michigan Thank you thank you Thank you Donald Trump endorsed conservative commentator Tudor Dixon won the Republican primary for Michigan governor That sets up a November general election showdown with democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer In Missouri trudy bush Valentine beat ten candidates in the democratic U.S. Senate primary but she'll be the underdog against Republican attorney general Eric Schmidt in November in
U.S. Drone Strike in Kabul Kills Ayman Al-Zawahri
"Let's bring in syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt, Hugh you follow this a lot. This is a big, big deal, and a big get for the U.S. and frankly, for President Biden. Oh, it is. Brad, it's a huge compliment to President Biden for seeing it through. It's also a compliment to the American intelligence community and the military, which never gives up on a target. This is the 6th of 6th that they've gone after. Saddam and Zak Kali was killed under president Bush, the American military got those two in the intelligence community. President Obama, of course, famously getting bin Laden, president Trump going after him getting Al Baghdadi of ISIS and Soleimani of Iran and now Joe Biden the American military and intelligence community getting zawa here. He's always in many respects. The closure that a lot of people have been looking for. He was behind the bombing of the African embassies back in 1998 under president Clinton, and if anyone has read Lawrence writes the looming tower, they'll know. He's a malign. A malignant figure who has had smart is perhaps been Latin was not detail oriented. He was not much of a charismatic leader, but he was relentless and all hats and all honored to the American military, the intelligence committee of President Biden broke in the strike. You know,
House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump face primaries
"Three Republican members of Congress who voted to impeach former president Donald Trump are being challenged in today's primary elections representative Peter Meyer of Michigan and representatives Jamie Herrera beutler and Dan newhouse of Washington are the biggest test yet for GOP incumbents who broke with Trump after the January 6 riots In Arizona a major QAnon figure Ron Watkins is up for congressional seat On the democratic side to incumbents in Michigan representatives and 11 and Haley Stevens are facing each other in a newly drawn congressional district and two members of the progressive squad have primary challengers representative Cory bush and Missouri and representative Rashida Tlaib in Michigan I'm Julie Walker
Dinesh Examines the Implications of a Third Political Party
"We all know that there's a good deal of political polarization in America, and it's often deplored as a bad thing. Wouldn't it be great if Americans could come together, but what is the way to respond to the polarization? Well, it turns out that there's a group of people and one or two in the democratic side and two or three on the Republican side. And they've decided that the solution is a new party. A third party, a centrist party that they call the forward political party. Well, it's kind of a weird name, first of all. And it sounds a little socialist to me. Doesn't like it, she goes, it sounds well, I mean, forward sounds a little bit like progressive. It sounds a little bit like, but I suppose what they would say is we're trying to find a way forward out of the polarization. Now, who's involved Andrew Yang now Andrew Yang is the tech nerd who ran for office. I think he ran for New York. And then he ran for mayor in 2021. And then he said, that's it. I'm out of the Democratic Party. Now that by itself is a good thing, but evidently Yang thinks that there is space for a new party and he's joined by some Republicans, although these are kind of has been former, old, establishment type of Republicans who are part of the, you know, the George H. W. Bush administration or the George W. Bush administration, so there is one guy who was part of the Trump administration, miles Taylor, a former Homeland Security official. And then David jolly, a former Republican congressman, a Christine Todd Whitman, a former Republican governor. Notice a common theme here, it's former. These are basically people who have lost office, can't really gain much traction, it seems like time has passed them by. They have no real constituency. So I think they kind of feel like if you put a bunch of losers together, you might get a winner by loser plus loser, plus loser equals winner, but generally loser plus loser plus loser equals three losers.
Matt Peterson Shares His Take on the Weaponization of Government
"Another thing I want to reinforce for our audience though, George W. Bush originally wanted to put Harriet Myers on the court, and it wasn't until conservatives said, no, we've had enough. We want a real constitutionalist. It's a story of also the power of the people, which segues to a question I want to ask you about Matt, I want to spend some time on. And this is a piece from MSNBC. It looked, quote, Merrick Garland is acting like an attorney general is supposed to act as their investigating Donald Trump potentially going to indict Trump going after many Trump allies. What is your take on this outright naked and public weaponization of government against political opponents? Look, Americans have to wake up and realize that what's happening here is extremely serious. And you know, I don't see how you get back to normal any time within our lifetimes. I mean, what you're doing by criminalizing dissent by criminalizing the other side by using the power of government against the other side is you're starting a cycle in which both sides are going to have to do the same thing in order to keep up with each other in order to stay afloat in order to stay alive. And this is a desire for a one party state. And what you have to think is, if you were responsible, a responsible political leader, even if you were on the left, you would realize that by criminalizing dissent by trying to criminally prosecute your political opponents, you are, this is the height of irresponsibility. You are going to throw the country into a divide, a debate, a conflict that escalates.
New Founding's Matt Peterson on Justice Alito, Christian Nationalism
"With us right now is a great American patriot cofounder and general partner of new founding and also the president of American firebrand super PAC and friend of the show. Matt Peterson Matt, welcome back to the program. Hey, it's great to be here, Charlie. So Matt, I want to get through a couple news items here. But first, I want to play a piece of tape here from justice Alito's speech. I think he gave it in Rome, which is super scary 'cause that's where the Catholic Church is headquartered and not allowed to do that. And I want to play cut 94 here. And the way the media has responded is a new line of attack that you can see in kind of the smart coordinated circles, the people that are considered to be smarter than not. However, they are all kind of coordinating their attacks around Christian nationalism, play cut 94. Over the last few weeks, since I had the honor, this term of writing, I think, the only Supreme Court decision in the history of that institution that has been lambasted by a cold string of foreign leaders. Who felt perfectly fine commenting on American law. One of these was former prime minister Boris Johnson. But he paid the price, Matt kind of mocking Boris Johnson there, Sam Alito, who I think is the best thing George W. Bush ever gave us, probably my favorite member of the court. They're attacking him as being a Christian nationalist. What do they mean by that, Matt? Well, in their minds, of course, they think Christian nationalism is a smear. They think both of those words are bad. And if you put them together, it's too bad things. And that's one big bad thing, and it's a scary monster, which I think in their minds means something like handmaid's tale and enforced Christian religion. They think it's racist too, somehow they seem to only regard whites as Christians, interesting. But white people who are Christian controlling the country and shoving their views down everyone else's throat is what they mean by it. And the hilarious thing here is that neither of those words are bad and when you put them together, you actually get what I think millions of people throughout the country think is normal.
'Recession' Has a Definition
"What do you think a recession means? I heard all depends who we are. And so you're asking, no, it really doesn't. Not at all. Not at all. Doesn't depend who you ask? Fact of the matter is a recession has a definition. And it's a definition that is so clear and so easy that even I know it. And let me tell you something, if I know it, it can't be that complicated. Can't be that complicated. A recession is defined as. Two consecutive quarters of economic contraction of the GDP going down of negative growth. Now you can toss any of those terms around if you would like. And I suppose that you could claim, well, all right, that changes it. But the meaning itself is very clear. Two consecutive quarters. Well, that's what we've got. And you know why we have it? We don't need to beat around the bush on this, do we? We have it because of Joe Biden and his fellow Democrats. It is that simple. It is not that complicated. The your world in my world, being negatively impacted every single solitary day. Every single day as a result of what's going on in The White House, what's going on in Congress? Can you afford what you used to be able to afford?
Blogger Lobs Racist Attack at Rep. Mayra Flores
"Myra Flores is now running in a district that's been redistricted. And she's running against this guy named Vicente Gonzalez. And he's a democratic Congress, congressman. So you've sort of got to incumbents. Now, Myra floor has just got elected, so she's incumbent in sense that she will have been in office really only for a couple of months. So it's going to be a hard fought race in a race with national implications. And as it turns out, there have been some very racist and vicious attacks on Myra Flores coming from a solid Texas blogger named Jerry McHale. He puts out a blog called the Michael report. So honey, give a give a little bit of a flavor of the kind of things he's been saying. Number one, I'm going to accuse Jerry McHale being a racist, okay? That's the first thing I'm going to do. Second thing is apparently his bloggers wrote some really just horrific things, not just miss frijoles, which is bad enough, cotton picking, liar, okay? Princess pozole, I don't know what that is, but anyway, miss menudo, which if you are Hispanic, Mexican, you know what a menu though is. It's one of those little pots with, it's kind of like Creole food, but it's for the, you know, our people. And then goes on to say things like, does Florida's want Trump to come and take her. You know, I mean, I can't even so I want to say it. According to a sex log. Yes. Yes. And then, and then she isn't even in the bush leagues unless she doesn't shave her. I mean, just horrible.
"bushes" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"All of this to resuscitate an absolutely dead career. She's staying on stage too long. She's popping up at these comedy clubs and expected to do ten or 15 minutes and she's blowing past the light and doing 35 to 40 and they're pissed off. But with the amount of people she's been pissing off this way, I wouldn't be shocked if she gets banned for any comedy club in LA. Now, she might get mild publicity, but as soon as the reason she gets banned is leaked out there, no one's gonna be in her side. Let me tell you something. The only thing I think she can do that will be successful is if normally or ever does a remake of Sanford and son can Leslie Jones play on Esther. She's a natural for that part and she'll knock it out of the park. But I for one am sick and tired of all these people, but their weight issues. What their gender situations, everything else they've got trailing behind them. I'm sick and tired of them pushing themselves on us and making us have to like and accept them no matter what. You know, you don't have to come into the fray or walk into a room with sharp elbows all the time. Fuck Christ almighty. It's endless. Every goddamn day there's another group of people who are trying to get involved and get in the middle of the room without doing it the nice decent way. They're ambushing people that they're shanghaiing us and they're using the goddamn left leaning mainstream media to do it constantly. I've had it and I'm going to call them out as long as I have to. And believe me, if that's my tact, I'll never be out of material the next fucking ten years. All right, in the meantime, that's it for me. I'm AJ benza. That was your free show from Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022. If you want to get more personal stuff while breaking news, go to Patreon dot com slash fame as adventure. And if politics is your bag, go to politics, is it no,.
"bushes" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"The army did the same thing. Offering similar gender identity training and it now trains officers on when to offer subordinates gender transition surgery. So they're actively telling, listen, maybe it's time you get the surgery. All of this shit is part of a larger push by the goddamn Biden administration to make the military more welcoming to transgender individuals. This video is about four minutes long. And it emphasizes how members can create a safe space by using inclusive language that signals their allies who accept everybody. And service members must take these steps to ensure that they not misgender someone God forbid, they will also warn staff against ballet. The navy, I think they've got a bit of like 18 high ranking officers recently. What the fuck are they doing? You think those office might have been mad about this stupid training video? Could that have something to do with? So the service members are taking these steps to ensure that you don't miss gender anybody. And the navy also warns the staff against pressuring an individual to disclose his or her pronouns, saying that colleagues may still be in the process of discovery and not get ready to provide this information. Ah yes, such a mystery. Listen, hold that thought asshole, we're being hit by missile fire, and I don't give a shit what pronouns you use because the last thing that goes through your mind right before you die is your then they're asshole. Doesn't stop there though. You know, I've been pointing this shit out for a long time. Those of you who listen to the show, you know I've been doing this. The other day, somebody on the page pointed out to me that pedophiles now prefer to be called maps or minor attracted persons. I want to tell her, listen, honey, you're either way behind on shelves or you're not on Patreon because I call this shit out four years ago. Come on guys, all this shit is gonna be on the final. You final exam will also feature all the heavy people who act like they love how they look and damn it. We have to love it too. In fact, you know, we want to be in Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition..
"bushes" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"I'm sure they're very reputable and get this guys after being together for several months. She discovered that she was pregnant. By Marcello, it's true, she said Marcello got me pregnant. He didn't take care of himself and he didn't use a condom. He got me pregnant. I took the test. It was positive. I couldn't believe it either. So not wanting to have a baby out of wedlock, they decided they. She decided to make things official and they went and got married. Now, this is written in the newspaper jam press, which sounds like a very reputable pillar of news south of the border. But either way, being written about the wedding was wonderful, she said, it was a wonderful day for me, very important, very emotional. It rained a lot, but it was wonderful. For the moment I walked down the aisle to the end, it was just beautiful. Then went to the wedding night with my husband, Marcello, and we enjoyed our wedding night a lot. Now get this. If you think she's nuts, 250 guests came to this ridiculous fucking wedding and then the couple snuck off to a beach house in Rio de Janeiro for a weeklong honeymoon. And after the honeymoon, they welcomed their doll child match. Back in May, she gave birth in just 35 minutes at home. Was it doctor and a nurse on site again? They should lose their fucking license as these people. And she live streamed it to an audience of only 200 people. You know, she got 250 to go to a wedding. You think at least ten times that one to see her deliver this red ball, but no, only 200 people. Either way, she said, I didn't feel the contractions in pain. Duh. But when I saw the placenta and the umbilical cord and the blood made it all real, he was here in 35 minutes and he is great. Are you listening to this? Money has said that she and her family are extremely happy despite the stress of her being the only bread winner in the house. You know, she said Marcelo's got so many great qualities, but the only downside is he's lazy..
"bushes" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Hey everybody, AJ Benji here with fame is a bitch. This is your show for Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022. Let's call it worrisome Wednesdays. I don't like the way a lot of things are shaping up lately. I don't like it. Recording from the bathroom of the hotel, the kids are here in the main room. I am in the bathroom. So if the sounds a little different, don't fret, everything's gonna change within the next week or two as I move to a different location for a while and Agatha on the drop biscuit people send me some new. Stuff to record the shows from here on in. Better mic, a different, they're all different things that are gonna make the listening experience much better. So bear with me through this last bathroom day. I just saw that Paula Abdul, the great Paula Abdul, turned 60 years old the other day. And that makes me think of the time when she and I were talking quite a bit and we've actually went on a date, actually. I was 1999 or 2000 somewhere around there. You know, she was a huge hit on American Idol and I used to see her in the gang at my favorite restaurant back then in West Hollywood, I go after the show was done taping, Randy Jackson, Simon Cowell, Ryan Seacrest, and Paula Abdul and all head to the restaurant. Simon was already, you know, Simon was always pulling chicks on his lap. Ryan Randy were always avoiding chicks. Which I found weird. Or illuminating, and Paul was kind of like a little lost at the table in the middle of all that stuff. And one night my agent told me that actually my manager told me he was handling her for a little bit and I asked him, you know, look, can you ask her if I can call her? And she was a bit coy, eventually she gave up her number to my manager to call for me to call her. And this is before she was accused of all sorts of crazy shit, you know, drugs, et cetera. She was just the lovely Paula Abdul, you know, straight up now tell me, do you really make it want me forever? She was that chick, but now she had American Idol to, you know, put up on her banner. And we talk for hours, her and I and when I say hours, I don't mean to. Okay? She will go on and on about what you didn't like about the show about how much pain she was in, you know, what the producers do to the contestants to make it more dramatic. I mean, it just was spilling the beans left and right. That's why my friend Brian dump him, who used to co host American Idol with Ryan Seacrest. When I met him around 2006 doing celebrity fit club for VH1, he would tell me, man, you have no idea what goes on there. How the producers, you know, try to induce tears.
"bushes" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
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"bushes" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"It's mojo in the morning spike. You got a phone scam coming up here in just a little bit. I wanted to get into something with you. They spray painted the bushes on my gosh. This is so funny. And i'm going to tell the story and hope that listeners might call in and tell us about your cheat your shortcut at work that you do because this is the perfect example of doing the bare minimum the easiest job possible so i've noticed a bunch of bush's by my apartment got brown and died at the beginning of summer when i got really hot and i've been hoping they'd replace them because you know well. Geez now we've had so much rain. Everything's beautiful and green accept. These bushes was so excited. When i came home at the end of last week and i saw new landscaping go. My gosh. they finally replace these bushes so nice because they looked so ugly. But yesterday i pull in. And as i'm pulling into my apartment complex i see the guy at the entrance of the complex who works there spraying the shrubs by the entrance. And i'm like oh what's he sprang is bug spray. And then i realized no. He's spray painting the shrubs green with a can of green paint. He's actually painting the bushes. And i'm like what what away. I'm like wait a minute. So i go when i get the my apartment. I look at the bushes by my door and sure enough. They weren't replaced. They were painted. That's i've never even thought of that but that's genius. I don't know how long it lasts. I laughed so hard. I was like that do that for lawns. I knew you for hair. I know guys paint their hair black to fill in their balls. Cami paint their bulbs but wait that there are people that spray paint their lawn. Yeah well we all know. I don't want to call him out. Because i don't know if we want. He wants people to know. He's a great advertiser of the mojo in the morning show and he does it for all of his businesses on spray painted. This doesn't seem z. It didn't seem like it would be healthy but if you have kids running alone yeah. This was genius was like i. I was laughing hysterically. Like i thought they were brand new bush's i shouldn't i want to go back to the the lawn. Yeah why is he spray. Painted his line it does he just do as his keep does it. When while the grass is still brown like in the early spring and then like before the crash actually comes in and his green really doesn't realize isn't it. I talk to him. I just know he. I was there one day when they were doing it. Like what are they doing out there. And he said there spray painting the grass where the trees need to be replaced. Obviously right right there. There's something wrong with them right the lawn. If you're doing that you're gonna have to replace the lawn right. Isn't that bad for the lawn. i would think so..
"bushes" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million
"Hey there i'm eric olsen and i'm heaven days join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollar company. What's up it's eric. J olson. i've been doing a lot of sales training and a lot of role play and a lot of practicing and we've been tweaking our process and simplifying it and look. Here's something that. I have come to realize in the past. We were not direct in our sales process at all. We would beat around the bush now. Here's i'll try to give you a couple of examples all right so you know like one is. We used to use these tools that would try to evaluate whether a website was basically good or bad right. And there's a ton of these tools out there. I mean there are diamond dozen You can do like a web site audit. He'll tell you know your has got a thousand errors on a five thousand errors and as opposed to like paint this picture that you've got a problem that you need to resolve or like we have a tool called Spy through that we use to determine if seo value or advertising value is like up down good or bad and when we concluded is these tools are junked. Now i'm not saying that about five because want to say that directly about them just generally speaking these tools are junk. Like and what i mean by that is they. They're junk from their perspective of if not directly addressing what's going on in a sales situation so if you use these tools if you do an audit like what you're trying to do is build up this case to a prospect that what they're doing sucks and they need to come by from you instead. Well you know like we used to spend literally our sales pitches that would last an hour and a half long. We spend an hour and twenty minutes reviewing their audit doing it like we did an audit deep audit and then we would review it in front of that is going to buy a new car. Like look i just bought a lexus. All right and i used to have the old car. That was a hamdan from my by the way i bought for her. I ended up inheriting a back. I drove during the pandemic when anybody any real care is a two thousand seven jetta so imagine if i went to the lexus dealership and i was like hey i think i want a new car. And they're like cool schedule a meeting for a week or two from now and what we'll do is we'll do a full audit of what you're driving. Okay number one. I want to do that when we come back but number two. If i did imagine they spent an hour and twenty minutes telling me how shitty my two thousand jetta is. You don't like to iron. No that i already know that. My two thousand seven jetta is shitty. All you have to do is say or ask. Do you like your two thousand seven jet on this or olsen. And i would say no it sucks. What do you think so all you have to do in a sales situation is get the prospect to acknowledge that there's a problem you don't need to prove it you don't need to create an audit. You don't need to have these tools that go out and like scrape data and spend two hours putting together like oh. I found something. You don't need to do that. all you need to do is ask the question. Very directly pointedly. Do you like your website. Now man was built like ten years ago. And it's kinda slow. I agree. your website. Needs some help now. What about your seo. Are people coming from google. Do you get phone calls from people saying they found you on google search. Now never happens. Yeah that's what we see with your side as well cool. let's talk about your advertising. Are you running any nope. you could benefit from advertising. How about social. How often do you posted on social Not enough cool. You could use some social as well helena. That take me thirty seconds in thirty seconds. I just ask those four questions and got answers now. Maybe it won't always be that quick. Maybe won't always be that direct but it should be a whole lot more like that than doing this. Full-fledged audit to hopefully hopefully they know man just kill very direct beat direct in your sales so spend as little time as possible dissecting house shitty their current situation is just get your goal is for them to acknowledge it and then you can show them the light. Here's a we do. That is better because we are experts. And then here's testimonial and here's the price. Are you ready to make a decision. ask him. Are you ready to make versus. Oh i'll call you back in a in a week or i don't want to bug you. Are you ready to make a decision. What more do you need to know before you can make a decision. Ask him be direct. Don't beat.
"bushes" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Tend to be in the minority. Take on the republican side. The only trump voters. I'm not not the anybody. But but the only trump voters within the republican party right now. The party is still dominated by the people who only want donald trump in charge of the party. And they are a growing minority. They're they're a shrinking minority within the party and yet they are dominating in for example nomination fights and things like that around the country there are a lot of people in the party who loved donald trump. But they're ready for the next leader of the party. They're not sure he should come back. And they're being drowned out by those who say only trump and the democratic party. It's actually the aoc's in the core bushes. The world are actually the minority of the democratic party. The people who wanted the rental moratorium extended are the minority of the party. But they're the loudest voices now the problem between the two republicans of the democrats is that on the democratic side. The media gives disproportionate favorable coverage to that progressive fringe and the democratic party. Mainstreaming in a way the media does not mainstream amarger taylor green on the republican side. So voters are more likely to connect the democratic party to the corey bushes and the eos dis and the de-fund movement than anyone is willing to connect republicans to mark taylor greener donald trump anymore. Trump's not on the ballot and corey bush or elected members of congress. We'll marjorie taylor. Green is yes but when merger taylor green goes off and does that stuff. A lot of the republicans got worse as she doesn't speak for me the democratic side..
"bushes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Attempt on bushes Well, Yeah, it's but I'm just saying that it's an awful goofy coincidence. This job that that stuff occurs and Uh, I guess it even more bizarre because yesterday in Wilmington, Delaware, China, Joe was talking about when he dies. Well, you know, whatever. I mean, that guy could die any day. But It just seems like you used to basically say, Beware of the tippy canoe and the Tyler to curse. It was called the Curse of Typical new Or the becomes a curse, and it was placed by this Indian to come see the chief He had a brother and something went on great during the engine war started with Harrison Harrison was the guy that got the ball rolling. Did they name a lawnmower engine after him as well? Well, you're you're you guys. I love you guys. Paul. Thanks So much for the Cole Appreciate that. And then that little piece of history there that is that is fascinating. As well as go. Sophie and Perry Hall. Sofia. Good morning. Yes, Good morning. I want to say that as we approach the third term of Obama mediocrity, I want to thank President Trump. We're introducing the concept and the practical application. Of American exceptionalism and global respect, and I hope to God that America survived for the next four years under these idiots And I'm going Tol Call him sign here, Joe Biden because he has no idea what's happening, and he's just going to be a pawn for whoever put a sheet of paper in front of him. God bless America. Thank you. Sophie. Appreciate that. You know, the president did say it was sound bites. We played that the praise for the success of the incoming administration in keeping America safe. So that that was misconstrued by a lot of people was praying for the success of Joe Biden. Why can't you concede? Why can't he mentioned his name? No, no, hey, wants the president wants America to be safe at all times. No matter who runs it, But I guarantee you he's not praying for the success. Joe Biden's policies. Who, by the way today later this afternoon, we'll take pen in hand and wipe out 17 executive orders of President Trump on Day one. There they're going toe. Try.
"bushes" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Younger Rose bushes is that they're kind of growing a little willy nilly like they're just kind of like the shoots are going out. But then there's still there's some dead stumps, and there's some Leaves that are semi yellow. Um so I've been trying Teepen eye on that and make sure I take the like the leaves off that don't look so good, but Is that something to be concerned about? You think they'll make it through the winter? Yeah, they should make it through the winter. Just okay. This will be fine. She would like, especially this past year. He had a lot of rain and the roses, too. Got a little fungus on him. That gets a spot in the yellow If you see that Spraying with the fungus side, A mangoes airport infuse that it's about any fungus side. It will take care of that. And it is he's down sticks and that this that's that dead. You could those out any time. Have it in the spring. This keep maybe four or five of the healthiest Starks and rescue cut off main stocks, and then the side shoots. You cut off. And you feed him in the spring, and she'll be just fine. This is the thunder side. If I buy it, is it Is it okay? I have animal that dogs. Do you think they'll mess with better? The fungus side is fine. Yeah. There's no problem she is. You have dogs happy. Careful. Would we kill us on the long? Don't usually killers. Yeah, try not to actually pick them by hand. Like in the grass if you have That's how he got dogs that always play in the backyard. You want to stay with killer that is one that's called. We'd be the F E. The super pets. As soon as I have an hour after he sprays dry and a dog and his role in it is not a chemical So what it does it burns the weeds, and it does not hurt the grass. It's called we love. You got a lot of different beaters you got we'd be through the whole trial. You got weed B two. Plus you got the regular We'd be there and you got weed B, the FC and Effie You could spray that safe for pets. Even if you have on well, you could spray around the world with no problem. Yeah. Where do you get that? It isn't any sorer, do you? Let's carry it or what? Yeah, you go through it. Oceans online dot com. Any good orders online or you stop by the store. Idiot on Ellen's out out, and we got plenty over this stock. Okay. And it's the F B. That's the one that paper animals. Yeah. Safe and animals. Yeah. Well, thank you so much. I appreciate it. I really want my rose bushes to grow big. Okay. Thank you. You're welcome. You have a.
"bushes" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Car. You guys are so funny. Thank you. We got about eight inches in Brooklyn Park last night, but we have a new puppy. And it was so adorable to watch her play in the in the snow. Oh, it was nice that you were able to give some attention to the dog while you were busy getting eight inches. Thanks, Fred. You're welcome. Thank you for your call. I'm glad that you're mean that's thoughtful dog even really enjoyed All that acting a little weird. Well, yeah, well, sometimes they do when you're out there, you know, dealing with your inches. Sometimes The dog just likes to watch you do it. You dogs or kind of, Yeah. Sometimes. Yeah. Holly, Do we have any other calls? We have Angela. Let's go to Angela. Hi, Angela. Angela Harmony inches Did you get last night? Well, last night. I only got for it to snow, But on Sunday I got about six half its in my bushes him. All right there, bushes. Wow. But thank you for your call. Get snow in our bushes, Apparently. Well, a lot of it. You could just shake that off. It's true. Yeah, Always a comedian. You know, Thank you. Everybody for participating in this weather Watch on the calling and Bradley show. It's always nice to check in with your neighbors to see what their experience we'll see how many inches you're neighbors got last night? I mean, just text them. Hey, any interest you get last night? I'm sure they'll appreciate you checking in. Yeah, yeah. I mean, you've got to stay safe. We got to be out there for everyone. And maybe check in the other feeling today and it was. It was strenuous activity Company one that you don't have a bad guard on your body, with CDC, Covert 19 Quarantine and Emmett social distancing..
"bushes" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions
"Morning. Good Morning Bob is, can we help you? Well I've got several huge bushes. Their Expire Bushes HYDRANGEA VI- burn. And for Cynthia and they're about eight to ten foot, tall and huge in size and I'm wondering. When's the best time to trim those? And how short can I cut him to get him back in shape to look good around the house? Talk about when and I'm GONNA come back with that. Basically food ruled now when you say fire, Bush thinking probably mean burning Bush. Yellowish doesn't have a flower that we're really concerned about you. Can Almost Rooney at any time then when we come to the Hyde ranchers that by Burnham and we have two different categories of plants. Let's just go with the by Burnham and Pacific for civil right. And Lilac et Cetera have to be pruned soon after bloom, which means now. Not Today but at the same time very shortly because they set flower buds very soon after the middle of June or first of July for the following year. And therefore you should prune them now. to to keep them well in balancing whatever you need to do, as as a matter of fact that the hydrogen and hide ranchers are one example they flower some on last year stems on this year stems, and some kind of as they wish. Now. Let me try to explain that when you prune following the bloom. On a vibe Burnham, which most finished, but let me now before Cynthia. You can prune them. Anytime should really be doing it very shortly on the Hydrangea, you. have to go with the kind of plants it is and and you'd have to go back to the tag and see whether it blooms on new or old would, as it's called, stated I I generally, and they're so darn many. Well, anyhow, it's enough to drive you nuts knowing what a hydro-engineers on other things though. That for example rose of Sharon that won't bloom now until probably September or soon thereafter or before. They have bloomed last year. They are now growing out. They will set the flower bud soon. And blew on this fall spy rea-. Another group of plants is going to be one that has well. It has come up hopefully getting going strongly. Then it s flower buds on the new stems. So as soon as it blooms, you would finish pruning it. Now hopefully that answers the when now the how much. When you talk about what are apparently big old plants, I'm going to go back to a general rule now. Usually I'd say. Don't remove more than twenty or twenty five percent. I know that on big old plants. When you're doing the right time and so on, you can take as much as a third of them, and that's just your you know your judgement. You stand back before you start burning you kind of look at the body of it. The number of stems at the bottom and so on, and you try then to take out the oldest stems, which will probably have the darkest bark. The perhaps any dead stems that are down in the crown of the planet, the ground, and get those out of their first. Then you prune for shape and size and.
"bushes" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions
"I've got several huge bushes. Their Expire Bushes HYDRANGEA VI- burn. And for Cynthia and they're about eight to ten foot, tall and huge in size and I'm wondering. When's the best time to trim those? And how short can I cut him to get him back in shape to look good around the house? Talk about when and I'm GONNA come back with that. Basically food ruled now when you say fire, Bush thinking probably mean burning Bush. Yellowish doesn't have a flower that we're really concerned about you. Can Almost Rooney at any time then when we come to the Hyde ranchers that by Burnham and <hes> we have two different categories of plants. Let's just go with the by Burnham and Pacific for civil right. And Lilac et Cetera have to be pruned soon after bloom, which means now. Not Today but at the same time very shortly because they set flower buds very soon after the middle of June or first of July for the following year. And therefore you should prune them now. <hes> to to keep them well in balancing whatever you need to do, as as a matter of fact that the hydrogen and hide ranchers are one example they flower some on last year stems <hes> on this year stems, and some kind of as they wish. Now. Let me try to explain that <hes> when you prune following the bloom. On a vibe Burnham, which most finished, but let me now before Cynthia. You can prune them. Anytime should really be doing it very shortly on the Hydrangea, you. have to go with the kind of plants it is and and you'd have to go back to the tag and see whether it blooms on new or old would, as it's called, stated I I generally, and they're so darn many. Well, anyhow, it's enough to drive you nuts knowing what a hydro-engineers on other things though. That <hes> for example rose of Sharon that won't bloom now until probably September or soon thereafter or before. They have bloomed last year. They are now growing out. They will set the flower bud soon. And blew on this fall spy rea-. Another group of plants is going to be one that has <hes> well. It has come up hopefully getting going strongly. Then it s flower buds on the new stems. So as soon as it blooms, you would finish pruning it. Now hopefully that answers the when now the how much. When you talk about what are apparently big old plants, I'm going to go back to <hes> a general rule now. Usually I'd say. Don't remove more than twenty or twenty five percent. I know that on big old plants. When you're doing the right time and so on, you can take as much as a third of them, and that's just your you know your judgement. You stand back before you start burning you kind of look at the body of it. The number of stems at the bottom and so on, and you try then to take out the oldest stems, which will probably have the darkest bark. The <HES>, perhaps any dead stems that are down in the crown of the planet, the ground, and get those out of their first. Then you prune for shape and size
"bushes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That was everyone hides will cause most recent record ode to joy before that we heard a new song of theirs tell your friends if you're not we'll go we'll return now some words from writer Marion winik followed by conversation between Marion and our creative director Bodine buggy bowling take it away Merion the alpha nine two thousand eight anyone who is at camp no we took in the late nineteen thirties can tell you she was queen of the baseball diamond the tennis court the hockey field the horseshoe pitch and the lake too bad she B. title nine by four years it wasn't exactly the heyday of female business majors either more women in the workplace and for a really bad idea try sending a young woman on a business trip by herself what is going on now I never ready she got pregnant move to the shore took up golf engine she won her first club championship in nineteen sixty six just as I began my poetry career I raced into the dining room where she was drinking her martini owed in hand she had a bad lie in the weeds of sixteen she lofted and landed her ball on the green everyone's mother is mythological her body the origin of existence and consciousness her house the pimped out crib of Zeus her mistakes the cost of everything holy her rose bushes holy her black tax system her London broil holy my mother the godhead of seven light Dr rose daily from her bed to qualify for Tropicana orange juice and to slay the New York times crossword puzzle she survived a difficult childhood my father's hijinks to heart attacks non Hodgkins lymphoma surgery for diverticulitis is on the many poor decisions and inappropriate outfits of her daughters she certainly did not believe a clot in her lung could bring her down that smoking for sixty five years would actually cause lung cancer or that lung cancer was definitely fatal the last thing she did before she took to her bed was win a golf tournament clearly the subprime crisis the market crash hurricane sandy and even Donald Trump were biding their time until she was out of the way and then she was imagine Persephone coming up from hell and Dimitar not there strange cars in the driveway the rose bushes skeletons you stand there at first I'm comprehending your poem in your hand then you go somewhere call it home call it spring you just heard the alpha read and written by Marion winik an essay from the big book of the dead which came out in twenty nineteen I'm voting bowling and merry and I are chatting between her home in Baltimore and mine in Brooklyn Mary Ann how are you I'm very happy to have you talked to voting you know the subject of this episode is change of plans and you were meant to be part of our March fourteenth Kennedy center show which was right when everything shut down it was such a great opportunity to you know be with Lucinda Williams and Ian Kennedy center and have millions of listeners and heartbreaker can you tell me about the big book of the dead is your tenth book is that right it is so the big book of the dead is a hundred and twenty five essays about people I knew who died none of them are more than four hundred words and some of them are people that I didn't actually know like David Bowie and prince but a lot of them are close people like my mother and my father died very often have people tell me that they were afraid to pick up the book because of the title it seems like it's gonna be so depressing you know the book of the dead and it turns out that each of the essays really celebrates somebody's life and yeah there are some sad moments in there and and you know especially tragic deaths but there's also a lot of great lives lived and I'm in every single one of these things are not like a regular obituary but I don't use anyone's name so everybody is referred to by a label like the realtor or the alpha or the the queen of the sea and the book is organized so that all together it tells the story of my life so it's sort of establishes my childhood New Jersey and it goes with me through twenty years in Texas and then living in rural Pennsylvania and finally there's big Baltimore section so all of the essays in this book are fewer than four hundred words which is incredible especially thinking about for instance your mother how do you write about your mother in less than four hundred words I've written about my mother a lot and so in one way it's like a challenge to write something about that's different than everything I've ever said about her but in another way it's like I want to make the archetypal sense of her so many people have the feeling that it reminds them of their mother even if they have totally different characteristics and speaking of mothers I mean that's a real heartbreak about the Kennedy center shows that my mom didn't get to meet you you know I got we got to say that that Bodine's mother is who brought us together and made this possible yeah my mom is a huge fan of yours I'm so glad she brought you into my life yesterday was my birthday and I had two of my children here with me which never would have happened if we weren't having a pandemic I had a good check when good change of plans thank you Merion thank you beau dean which brings us to some music that I wrote in the aftermath of one of my changed plans perhaps the most change G. of my changed plans and that's the dissolution of my first marriage when I was about twenty three it changed everything for me whether directly or indirectly where I lived the way I wanted to go about making music my religious beliefs even and I put it all into this piece that I wrote for my new band punch brothers we recorded it on our debut record punch but the performance you're gonna hear is from the university of Michigan in two thousand nine and I selected it because I was out for drinks with Jack Stratton of wolf pack back in the before times and he told me he was after this show so I dug up the board tape from the punch brothers vault listen to it and here we are this is 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"bushes" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands
"They can see and they can't see anything. Then you put up the Knicks side. which is the same picture of this time? We put a little to a five or six in the foreground Nisei. Now what are you see all exceeded. They're all the while and he puts on the facade again. He said. Now look at this. We're GONNA less trees look the grasses living things living beans and you didn't even see them and that's what he called blindness Sunday People's Trees and plants grasses at this in the background right the some of the minister in the foreground of life that for a lot of people lettuce and of course for some people When they we do see the tree they look at pawn as being Something which we can fell trees and Cut them up for five fellas less trees so we can build a house out of them. We can fell that tree because it's blocking out. You can fell that tree because we want to pilot orchard so very title source is actually given to then tree and that will to trees. I just have so this is what they can plant linemates taking taking things for granted and if we do stop and think about it. It's it changes your whole perception when you suddenly realize us and I guess we're all guilty of it I I. I often cite as an example to fake it off in the morning and you got the front door and do you have at the dog in the hit and say hello and as you walk down the driveway towards the front of your house. Possibly the catsuit say how do the cats and he walking castle the Bushes Bushes in the garden and some trees down the side of the driveway. And there's a good singing your outta subdued glance supper for fresh and you've acknowledged the the animals you can the dog and he's a college to bid about your thoughts. Must people have an acknowledged. The tree three. Just what's the guy that's it's in the background. So that's what aspect of plant bought blunders. So I guess because we we just I mean I'm looking out my window here. And of course we're surrounded by trees and PEDIC's will gross gardens and longest enthuse all trees and I'm quite a piece living in the pleistocene dissidents. This wonderful there are others. Who just don't have that opportunity back? What I'm sharing with you today? DIED will hopefully open up people's two more opportunities from the south to actually Not Take fees and plants for granted uh-huh and Kaisa point where we do have indoor plants. We we see the reward them hopefully and we love and admire them. And we'll talk to them too and it's the same with interpret godless with vegetable gardens to set up the garden plotting seats or taping the Broccoli and does things grow. I don't talk to the plants and so this actually is a good idea because clouds can he you go into that show and they came this fall then they responded to the pats.
"bushes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Organic. Bushes watch. You had the dissolution of or soft, Pat. As well as this invasion of Kuwait. And you had this enormous transition to help manage, and in your book, you make clear that successful diplomacy is all about management, not control or solution. Sometimes it's really about managing problems, leaving slightly better place for your successors occasionally you get that rare opportunity to solve a problem. But that's unfortunately, all too, rare in diplomacy. So you see a little bit about that administration's approach to Gorbachev. And to the reunification of Germany in the first instance, women, I think the reunification of Germany and keeping within NATO barely a year after the fall of the Berlin Wall was a pretty dramatic chievements in hindsight, like so many things and hindsight, it looks for a Dane. It looks like it was inevitable. It should look that way at the time, and it required really deaf diplomacy, and getting back to this to TJ empathy point an understanding of Gorbachev's predicament to as the basically has world was coming down around ten so it's fashionable in Washington today to talk about re-injecting swagger into American diplomacy if ever, there was a moment when American leaders could swaggered that was it. You did not see George Hw Bush or James Baker Brent. Scowcroft swaggering. They did not spike the football on top of the Berlin Wall. And that was also, I think a remarkable lesson in style, which oftentimes matters, I mean diplomacy is as much as the substance now, part of the conversation that Baker had with cover trough. Always we, we want to be a part of NATO, and we won't go further. Right. Nato won't expand further. Well, of course, he turned out to be wrong, because when Clinton came in, at least in Clinton's second term, I guess it was they expanded NATO right up to Russia's border. Talk a little bit about the consequences of that decision, any of you. I mean, I think in the mid nineties, after I had served Baker. I went to become the chief political officer at the US embassy in Moscow. And so sitting there in the early mid nineteen ninety s and if you want to understand the smoldering, aggressiveness of demeer Putin's Russia. It helps to understand the chaos and disorder. The really curious mix of hope and you million. At the end of the Cold War. And with the fall of the demise of communism that lets Russians felt in that period. And so what I tried to convey, what my colleagues and I tried to convey in Moscow in that period, was don't underestimate the Russian sense. Once they're back on their feet, which will come someday that they'd been taken advantage of their moment of historical weakness. Now, if I were sitting in the US embassy in Warsaw, you know, my argument would have been you have to understand the historical insecurities of polls caught between the MVP of Germans and Russians for for centuries. So I never thought that, that I wave of NATO expansion which, as you said took place in the second Clinton administration, essential in east European countries, and even the next wave in the early two thousands, the Baltic states that either of those, I think we underestimated the Russian back blow to that. But I don't think that they were a lethal blow to US Russian relations, where I do think we made a mistake. Was ten years later, I was by then ambassador in Russia. At the very end of the George W Bush administration, we pushed hard to open the door formerly to NATO membership fee, Ukraine, and Georgia, and I hate the term Redline, but it was the register red lines not just for Putin per for even as most progressive critics. Because for Russians, you know, it was very hard to see themselves as a major power, you know, if if you know, NATO included Ukraine, for example, too, and I'm not trying to suggest that, that in any way justified Putin's aggression against Georgia in two thousand eight or Ukraine in two thousand fourteen but if his narrative, a narrative that used very effectively inside Russia, to justify political repression. What was interesting to me at the time, let's say we seem to be ignoring our own history. And that is to say the decision after World War Two not to humiliate, bright, Germany, once again, and to embedded in a larger order, political economic insecurity, order and. That seemed to work out quite well whereas Asian between between the two wars worked out so badly. Would would that not have been a more apt way of looking at things, especially g great denies the light them? Integrate them broadly, speaking. That's exactly right. I mean, I think the problem with with Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union, I'm not a fatalist, but I think you were bound to have a certain amount of tension as Russia adjusted to a role as kind of junior partner of the United States, which came very difficult. I mean, you know, American sometimes think we're exceptional Russians have their own sense of exceptionalism. And so there was bound to be a certain amount of tension. Yeah. There was this debate in the late nineteen nineties of who lost Russia after the clearly, an authoritarian, turn it began thought that was the wrong question. Russia was never ours to lose. Sure. There were ways we could have played our hand better in that period. But I think you know, Russian said lost confidence in themselves. You know, after the end of the Cold War, and they were going to have to rebuild their own society and. You know, some people had argued that if we had a massive Marshall plan for Russia. That would have made a big difference, and we certainly made mistakes, and the advice we gave to the Russians and the eltsin period about privatization, and, you know, a number of other things that turned out to enrich, a pretty small number of oligarchy in Russia. But I think at the end of the day to have embarked on a huge Marshall plan would have required a degree of intrusion into Russian decision making that I don't think many Russian leaders would have tolerated. So sure we could've played our hand better, tactically at different times. And certainly, as I said, I think that effort in two thousand eight NATO expansion was a significant mistake. Forty well was approach to nuclear weapons, material and technology. That had been an informed different locations in the Senate union for different rights, successor states. Non lavar, right. That there's something that the Clinton administration embraced wholeheartedly Drouin, many of us who've been involved in the idea to begin with taxi Kate on it. But then the interested in it fell off. Right in judge W Bush's administration was on a sense as to why intil nine eleven right? And then suddenly, the mind was really focused on state actors getting your hands on. Yeah. Well, I on the non lucre program. I think one of the smartest kind of assistance initiatives that the United States has embarked on since the Marshall plan at the end of the second World War Senator Lugar, who just passed last week was a wonderful, man. And you know, it was a reminder that by partisanship in Washington on was a democrat lucre Republican was possible. And it still ought to be possible, and here was actually initiative that came largely from the. Congress in this in this sense, and the Clinton administration worked very closely with none in Lucar, but it's a reminder of what once was, and what to be okay. I'm going to jump today because because one big issue that's in the news is Iran, and he said that to you any day you came around now it's around again. And, and we've got a you know, battleships headed to Iran, that claim is that the reason giving is that there's some indication that they're about to have some kind of active aggression. There's some doubt that there's some who think jeez. This is this is neither about some immediate danger, nor is it about what I think most news outlets. You're saying about getting a better deal than ago sheeting able that really this is another attempt at regime change in that part of the world. I I'd love. Twenty s man of whether it sure that's right. Let's second guess I wonder what we can afford by. We say the world you've got you've got Syria. You've got Iraq still not fully together. I don't understand. Can we afford? It's not exactly like it's a region. Whether shortage of troubles, like, yeah. I'd say several things I I'm not exactly objective on this show. I led the secret nuclear talks with the Iranians through all of two thousand thirteen to this day. It surprises me that we're able to in this day and age to keep it quiet. As long as we did through reference tobacco channel, and there were a couple of different ones was Qaddafi went to which I'm glad to talk about since he's by far the most peculiar leader I ever dealt with. But, but I'm Iran. This came against the backdrop of a very sustained effort in President Obama's first term to build leverage against the Iranians to demonstrate that we weren't the problem, we were prepared to deal directly in the first term of the Obama administration. The Iranians weren't prepared to deal seriously nuclear negotiation. So in a sense, we use that test of their intentions as an investment in a wider coalition country. So by the beginning of President Obama's second term in early two thousand thirteen Iranian oil exports dropped by fifty percent of Iowa their currency dropped by fifty percent their minds were focused and Obama was ready to engage directly, because it wasn't about pressure for the sake of pressure. It was pressure to produce a workable, diplomatic agreement. With twit prevent the Iranians from developing a nuclear weapon. So they were just months away from, they were by you know, whatever calculation, you use, and there was a danger, a conflict in that times, to certainly the Israeli government. I think was, you know, leaning further and further forward in that direction and pressing Obama that direction as well. So you know what we produced coming out of the secret talks. And then eventually working with our international partners was an interim deal that froze, their program rolled it back in some important respects, impose some quite intrusive, monitoring, and verification procedures only matern for very modest sanctions relief. We preserve most of that, for the later, comprehensive talks was it a perfect deal. No, but perfect isn't on the menu and diplomacy. I believe to this day was the best of the available alternatives as was the comprehensive agreement that emerged it did not solve the problem of the threats that Iran posed through behavior in the Middle East our interests, the interests of our friends, but it removed the most imminent risk, which was an unconstrained nuclear program in Iran, what I worry about today. It's now been tomorrow is the one year anniversary of president. President Trump bailing out of the nuclear agreement is that it's not him tissue were as you rightly suggested at a better deal, what it's aimed at is producing either the capitulation of this theocratic regime, Tefron, or its implosion. And I think tactically what, you know, you see the sort of current buildup Emdad is provoking, the Iranians and they're quite capable of taking threatening action..
"bushes" Discussed on KTOK
"Then their son, Jeb when he was governor, and then his failed presidential ambitions. Mrs Bush is quoted as saying cherish your human connections, your relationships with friends and family, but I learned from Dana stories shouldn't just say that she lived by it. There's a story about one time I invited her. Her to a minute mentoring event in Houston, and I asked if she would kick it off and she responded by saying, well, why would you want me? I've never worked a day in my life. And she laughed a little, but the truth is Barbara Bush, never earned a paycheck. Everything that she did was for charity every book that she wrote every foundation that she created the literacy foundation has lasting impacts, and it actually is helping people to read, and so I think about her life as one of such consequence, and she wasn't afraid of it. And she was willing to take those risks a couple of years ago. My husband, and I had a chance to go to Kenny bunk to visit. And there was a family luncheon that was happening and we were invited to join which was a wonderful privilege for us. And it's great to get to see the Bush family behind closed doors where they're just like every other family making fun of each other catching up and having a good time. And my husband was helping Barbara Bush with her plate. It was a buffet lunch. And she said, let's stop a minute. And look, and so he stayed with her and he said, and he said that she told him. We are so incredibly blessed? So she lived her life with gratitude and at that same minute mentoring event when she did the speech she said earlier today, I call George and I asked him what it was like to work with Dana. And then I called Dana and asked her what it was like to work with George, and what I can tell you my advice to you. Is that loyalty goes both ways? And it will always be that way for me in the bushes for sure. Is.