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"dan cummings" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Next him was a true cult for a few die-hards. It kinda still is people started publicly worrying about how dangerous this cult might. Be All the way back in two thousand and three, but it wouldn't be until two thousand seventeen when the New York Times published an article about one of its former members being literally branded like cattle as part of an initiation into a secret sex cult within nexium that the group true terrible practices will be brought into the light and finally exposed we'll meet some people seemingly ordinary people that so desperately wanted someone to lead them to enlightenment. They allow themselves to be slowly manipulated into pain to participate in weirder and weirder exercises until he finally agreed to be actual slaves. And part of basically a Harem we'll meet. Keith. Ranieri the devious and perverted mastermind the center of all of this who used his experience at Amway of all places a Michigan based Multi Level Marketing Company and then borrowed a lot from scientology to make people think he was some kind of once in a Lifetime Guru Spiritual Djeddai who had the answer to all of your all of the world's problems. But he wasn't isn't guru. He didn't have any answers, not really Keith Rainier. He's just a man are really selfish sick bad man who convince people that doing what he wanted even if what he wanted was to sexually exploit degrade them was the only way for them to lead an ethical enlightened life. Now, he's in prison about to be sentenced possibly for the rest of his life. Managed to keep nexium going for almost twenty years who the hell is this guy how did next him and other multilevel marketing schemes keep manipulating people and taking their money what psychological processes lead to people getting into, and then to stain in dangerous Colt all of this and more on another Colt Colt Colt addition of time suck. This is Michael McDonald and you're listening to time suck. Happy. Monday you. Beautiful Beautiful Bastards Pale Nimrod loose Safina praise bojangles and sing me triple M had one hell of a week. I'm Dan Cummings the Masters Sucker Cova slayer and you are listening to time suck. Past Week for me and the crew here at bad magic productions was all about Kobe nineteen tested positive was sick for a week. And still kind of dealing with some weird symptoms the queen of the Suck Lindsey tested positive. She's sick right now. In bed at this moment, Logan and Kate keys tested positive also sick. Zach script caper been staying home out of the office away from all virus carriers and the Reverend. Dr Gop while he already had it. And we've been safe around him. Just minimize a very small possibility that he could theoretically get again. Pretty sure. My daughter Roh has a right now she tested negative but has since started showing symptoms and I think my son Keiler is so far dodged it or a symtomatic, and I'm extremely grateful that none of us ended up in hospital we all skip suffering from any severe and scary respiratory symptoms for me most about a week of the worst body aches I've ever had and so many trips to the bathroom that continue. Just for the last one was about half an hour ago superfund. Pretty sure about McGill popped off my butthole several times. So much. Fun. All that toilet paper stocked up on months ago has been coming in real. Handy. So, gladys mostly behind me now thanks for the well wishes I hope you all. If you do get it and be careful I, hope you don't get any worse than. I. Had it. Kovic been spike in here in Quarterlane, the hospitals are currently basically it Max capacity. some are Max capacity shipping people over to Seattle 'cause they're just fucking beds Hope that changes soon. So everybody who needs medical treatment can it? In twenty twenty. Let's get you stuff now. been cracking up this morning at one. A Logan Keith art warlocks designs awesome. New Law Office of Camper y'all him. and Kroll shrubs let t in the store. Bad Magic MERCH DOT COM. And and I'm saying that wrong chase kemper. Kroll, the shrubs lead T. Very much better call Saul vibe check it out. It cracks me up very, very much. also happy. Halloween everybody I didn't didn't feel like doesn't feel excuse me Halloween right now are like Halloween's coming up. This year just feels so weird time just feels very odd. I don't think a lot of trick or treating going to happen, but you know what you can dress up at home and just eat your own candy I guess. Another nexium cold isn't necessarily a spooky topic creepy but not necessarily spooky but guess what have another podcast with nothing but spooky topics? You. Want some late October chills check US scared to death if you haven't done. So already almost sixty episodes now literally hundreds of paranormal horror stories that have now been told become a creeper people if you haven't done so already. And and that's it I feel a little scattered but I prepped into the last seconds some heavy stuff in this one I think I got it a clear I didn't spend as much time on the announcements as the actual narrative. That's where my focus was and I'm very excited. Tell you this story And crazy week recording this past Friday. And and hopefully calm week next week So let's get cold. You let sort of a cold at hung around for roughly twenty years occultist technically just barely still alive occultist. Linked to the bottom of Nexium ziems pyramid of fuck are- cult cult cult. Feel.
"dan cummings" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Emmanuel? David. Though this piece of Shit hasn't gone down in the historical record like other more notable co-leaders. Now you're Jim Jones Not David Koresh. He was a delusional and destructive zealot just like those other guys were Emmanuel Day was born in the late nineteen thirties to seemingly normal parents had what may have been great childhood and then not long after converting to mormonism young adult he started embracing its teachings with zeal that was off putting to many of his fellow members. Manual David Born. Charles Bruce Longo would soon twist and warp the teachings of his new religion into thinking he should be church leader. And then the LDS Church would excommunicate him for that and then Emmanuel David created his own church. To live on a communal compound where group of people including his wife Rachel nurse seven children would worship him as God in true cult leader fashion. He gave his followers biblical names and trick them into giving him money all the all waited for the US government and the LDS Church to collapse, and then for manual to rise up out of the ashes and lead a new church, which of course, never happened, and then it all came to an end in nineteen seventy eight at least four Emmanuel David and his family in a very dramatic in horrifying way. Time for another story today about a delusional and power. Hungary and manipulative meet sack in the people who followed him. We'll also get into some of the fringe, your aspects of Mormonism st logical beginnings and meet some other fundamentalists who were just as crazy. If not crazier than a manual going over a lot of very wild and interesting history today on a messianic have you heard the good news run away from these people as fast as you can addition of time suck. This is Michael McDonald and you're listening to time. Happy. Monday. Inhale Nimrod meet sex work in wait. It is time for time sick time for the cult of the curious to meet back up. I'm Dan Cummings Profit Nimrod the master sucker cold curator, and you are listening to Time Suck Hell Nimrod.
"dan cummings" Discussed on podnews
"Constantly, , listening longer says Cumulus is Westwood One who has published hits podcast download full twenty, , twenty reports. . It's their fourth annual study among the findings. . spotify is closing the gap with apple podcasts by total listeners it's close twenty, , two percent say the Apple, , the most twenty percents specify the most willing to that today from our show notes and our newsletter. . Do podcasts compete with music listening spotify has an RND division. We . discover and release some data in April saying as people pick up podcasts listening, , they tend to add it to their previous habits. . So music listening remains almost the same once people discover podcasts, , good news for musicians although possibly not quite so good news for specifiers hoping they wouldn't have to pay anybody for their podcasts guest. . podcast analytics and attribution company. . chargeable has raised two point two, , five, , million dollars in seed funding. . The company is tracking one billion downloads a month protracted nearest competitor tracks. . One point five, , billion, , we use that. . So congratulations to Dave and Harish. . Jack. . Mates. . Happy Hour from stuck on off has become a spotify exclusive in a youtube. . Video Jack Announces spotify offered me a life changing amount of money. . This is a game changer for us and ads I've never had any communication with Youtube. . Former NBC and Fox News Anchor Megan Kelly is to launch her own podcast network without the constraints or political agendas of other media outlets. . She says Devil May Care Media's first release will be the Megan Kelly. . Show coincidence record for Mac. . Os is a simple audio recorder that sits in your menu bar records records loss less if you like. . Could be good for safety copies congratulations to podcast host blueberry who have a free virtual events tomorrow to celebrate fifteen years in business. . They have Trivia and prize giveaways, , congratulations, , Todd and Mike, , and everyone else at large media has new logo of bold new look from the same great company. . You'll find it in our newsletter today and hereditary is building a MAC based audio editor for podcasts. . They want your help to learn more about your production process. . We've a new section in the news it's going to happen every Monday it's called the tech stuff. . It's with our S S dot com or an excellent podcast hosts. . Normally, , it's not gonNA make it into this podcast. . Today it is. It's . aimed at developers and technologists working within podcasting Zahir goes. . The podcast index has added a language fields taken from the podcast assassin plans to add eight detected language field in future to catch those podcasters who haven't correctly set it. . Joe Morocco has also produced svg versions of the podcast indexes logo, , which we now show in own search who websites development documentation has moved pages on get hub at hyper catch as now using the podcast index according to Adam. . Curry. . His podcasting ready Ip v six asks Thomas Harasser. . He notes that some of the largest podcast hosts still don't support Ip six and that some phones in India now I six only at least for media files don't support Ip six you're losing listeners especially in emerging markets he says. . And Asandra, , dear ferrier used Google Cloud Platform to produce transcripts for his podcast in. . Italian. . Willing to his notes in English on how he managed IT Marco armaments writes a tongue in cheek clarification of apple's in APP purchase rules which are ever. So . slightly opaque, , and after we reported at bug charitable correctly setting an RSS user agent, , we have more details and best practice. . Thanks from our show notes and our newsletter today. . And in podcast new seventy million is back for season three, , its season premiere seventy million takes you inside Chicago's Cook. . County jail during a rapid outbreak of covid nineteen spotify podcast launches, , incredible feats today, , it say daily show profiling amazing achievements made by people from all over the world hosted by Dan Cummings it's a spotify original available everywhere returning last week meddling adults is a podcast game show for charity with two guests solving children's mysteries from classic series like Scooby. . Doo It was the caretaker. . Linked to how they made it in our show notes newsletter today and good morning podcasts is podcast in English and in Spanish each Weekday Talk to interesting people in the podcasting scene, ,
Podcast listeners are listening longer
"Constantly, listening longer says Cumulus is Westwood One who has published hits podcast download full twenty, twenty reports. It's their fourth annual study among the findings. spotify is closing the gap with apple podcasts by total listeners it's close twenty, two percent say the Apple, the most twenty percents specify the most willing to that today from our show notes and our newsletter. Do podcasts compete with music listening spotify has an RND division. We discover and release some data in April saying as people pick up podcasts listening, they tend to add it to their previous habits. So music listening remains almost the same once people discover podcasts, good news for musicians although possibly not quite so good news for specifiers hoping they wouldn't have to pay anybody for their podcasts guest. podcast analytics and attribution company. chargeable has raised two point two, five, million dollars in seed funding. The company is tracking one billion downloads a month protracted nearest competitor tracks. One point five, billion, we use that. So congratulations to Dave and Harish. Jack. Mates. Happy Hour from stuck on off has become a spotify exclusive in a youtube. Video Jack Announces spotify offered me a life changing amount of money. This is a game changer for us and ads I've never had any communication with Youtube. Former NBC and Fox News Anchor Megan Kelly is to launch her own podcast network without the constraints or political agendas of other media outlets. She says Devil May Care Media's first release will be the Megan Kelly. Show coincidence record for Mac. Os is a simple audio recorder that sits in your menu bar records records loss less if you like. Could be good for safety copies congratulations to podcast host blueberry who have a free virtual events tomorrow to celebrate fifteen years in business. They have Trivia and prize giveaways, congratulations, Todd and Mike, and everyone else at large media has new logo of bold new look from the same great company. You'll find it in our newsletter today and hereditary is building a MAC based audio editor for podcasts. They want your help to learn more about your production process. We've a new section in the news it's going to happen every Monday it's called the tech stuff. It's with our S S dot com or an excellent podcast hosts. Normally, it's not gonNA make it into this podcast. Today it is. It's aimed at developers and technologists working within podcasting Zahir goes. The podcast index has added a language fields taken from the podcast assassin plans to add eight detected language field in future to catch those podcasters who haven't correctly set it. Joe Morocco has also produced svg versions of the podcast indexes logo, which we now show in own search who websites development documentation has moved pages on get hub at hyper catch as now using the podcast index according to Adam. Curry. His podcasting ready Ip v six asks Thomas Harasser. He notes that some of the largest podcast hosts still don't support Ip six and that some phones in India now I six only at least for media files don't support Ip six you're losing listeners especially in emerging markets he says. And Asandra, dear ferrier used Google Cloud Platform to produce transcripts for his podcast in. Italian. Willing to his notes in English on how he managed IT Marco armaments writes a tongue in cheek clarification of apple's in APP purchase rules which are ever. So slightly opaque, and after we reported at bug charitable correctly setting an RSS user agent, we have more details and best practice. Thanks from our show notes and our newsletter today. And in podcast new seventy million is back for season three, its season premiere seventy million takes you inside Chicago's Cook. County jail during a rapid outbreak of covid nineteen spotify podcast launches, incredible feats today, it say daily show profiling amazing achievements made by people from all over the world hosted by Dan Cummings it's a spotify original available everywhere returning last week meddling adults is a podcast game show for charity with two guests solving children's mysteries from classic series like Scooby. Doo It was the caretaker. Linked to how they made it in our show notes newsletter today and good morning podcasts is podcast in English and in Spanish each Weekday Talk to interesting people in the podcasting scene,
"dan cummings" Discussed on Who Invited Her?
"Movies, instagram pages. What do you guys like in? Everybody's looking it up I know. I am obsessed I don't know why wasn't following her before, but I'm obsessed with Marcus Martha Stewart's Instagram it makes you wet it makes me Happy I. So I love me some Martha Stewart. Is a click of the week and also netflix's added about sixty new episodes a jeopardy. Oh Your Social Meeting that the other day last night I knew like seventy, five percent of the answers for the first round I was really proud of myself. You. Jeopardy it's great I love. Jeopardy. Asmar. For me Zig really. I love it. What what about you? Do you have like this week. Yeah. I I actually to I have like three or four. Bit, what yours okay. The first one my primary is our friend Louis's has. Called Terro. CPT. It's amazing. I mean he I didn't know he had this in him I mean. He's friends with Franken in Geneva and like his readings are so. In curative I think that would be fun but he's just so good there. It's paragraphs and even if it's not relating exactly to what you're going through this day of, it's really good just like not related I like his deck of cards that eases to. The I heard he has a big deck. I. Make any opportunity. I know we're on episode one forty we'd now. and in that same game, still sticking with the Tarot Mike Willcocks on Instagram who I'm obsessed with and I want to buy three pieces from He's actually developing his own Tarot deck and it's just like this really cool or Deco It's just amazing. Beautiful Art. Love it. Yeah. Lots of symbolism scrape with about you, Eric do you have a click for this week You know. So I'm just minds a little obvious but I love the Cardi B. Wop. Song like I can. It's like Non Stop I. Love it I go running to it. I. List. Like the video, I think trying to learn all the words. Planning performance to it isn't Ed policy over and over yeah yeah it's. I. You know I can't wait for the person. The kids Bob. Wait a minute. Wait a minute wait. We wait a minute recently on kids. Yes. What were your already is a kids version and rap actually stands for Waffles and pancakes. You sent Eric or you sent the one the Kid Pablo of rain on me from. Arianna Grandes. And I thought it was you know when she says I'd rather be dry than I. it sounds like they say, I, rather be drunk. sukey apprehension kids. Imagine all kids writers in the room just like. Album seventy three. Progressive. They're all Benjamin Jewish. They can't get out of. Poverty. They were. All A. So I have to this week. One is another podcast that I'm religious about lately it's cut scared to death If you're into the horse, I fight stuff I. Really really really good podcasts. Dan Cummings and his wife do this podcast in and there's a there's a youtube. Channel of it what they do is they collect stories right and neither of them know the story that's going to be told. So one of them tells it than they switch off. So they react while they listen to the story like Dan will say when in his wife is. Like. Just scared to death during hoping and then they give history where the story came from how it originated and if it's based in fact, and they cover a slew of different scary stories. So the way they present it is just so so call to me like when the podcast starts, they get right to the point they have the MU underscoring for every story and sound effects as they tell the story and there is just such a creep factor to this particular horror podcast that they don't hear on a lot of other ones but it's really really good scared to death is the name of it go give them go give them a follow. They're really really good. The other one is one. That I started watching this week I know bash watched it to Selena Gomez and shove it is. There's only six episodes Amazon are Hbo Max I thought it was going to hate this show and it is a seemingly. relatable in the kitchen I'm Oh my God I. Love It. It's so. She taught me how to make donuts at a biscuits last I'm fucking. Everything on that show everything on that show that she cooks with these celebrities. Shops is so easy and you WanNa make them and herself I started becoming I I'm was more of her a fan of her acting after the movie the fundamentals. If you haven't seen it, it's on Netflix. It took me the whole movie till the very to realize it was Selena Gomez because this is a part that you will never guess her in absolutely and it's the fundamentals with Paul Rupe Power Reuben I think is the guy, the main character, the guy? No no Paul Ryan Sorry Colorado. Powered sorry Selena Gomez moving. Magin. But she took me most of the movie I was like, why does she looks so familiar and then it was tough the. Dow Is Selena Gomez. She can act But her TV. Show the SELENA chef. It's so good. They bring in so many coal what's it got chefs and it's all done resume and viral. It's like now by robot video chat and all that they're not in the same room together and it's really and she's quarantined with her grandparents and our two best friend who help or do the cooking. Episode they literally light the the kitchen on fire like the evidence on fire and she's so like just relatable in this like there is no editing it feels like it's just her and whatever happens happens she's just like very deadpan in. And I'm like Oh I love you way she talks is just like, yeah. Cook this like Okay Yeah I. Love. But the other thing I love in in. She's like I got weak hands. My hands are weak because I have loom. And it reminded me because my aunt has lupus. So it was like. Talking about I know what you're talking. But. Yeah. Yeah. So it's such a good show. I didn't think I was gonNA like really like. Yeah I, like her a lot I am much more of San. Do you think they should have a working a better working named for that show and I thought can't keep my pants to myself was the winner. And you do it. I'll say love that she is like just her outfits or so like I buy your at home and those are primary out last night. Yeah, it's really good but you guys those are click to the week. We'll do a little music air Those are good.
"dan cummings" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Can I not be like? You know what? Fuck this? Give me my money back. We're leaving like I'm not dealing with you at all this. Level of like. We. Yeah. Well, raise raise all done and I'm all done with Ray. I watched your movie last night shapes because you were talking about the kill dozer. I watched try last night I did. First of all I, love it. Obviously because I, Love This I. Love The story of it. Right of this guy terrorizing city. I did not know this story by the way at all I knew the other one. I guess when I think about people building like indestructible Chit around them and create havoc I, always think about those bank robbers and in. California. Where they had to go to the COPS had to go to the AMMO shop down the street, and because they couldn't penetrate this guy's. Robotic suit is he was just walking. Amazing. Amazing. Smart people, he's like engineers, really smart people snap. Yes. Amazing. And it was awesome like the the level of destruction. This guy created in house sit God holds or you to this town. It's the stuff that I dream about because I'm I'm sick and and and I want to do this to people he did it and it was incredible The only thing that I will say is whenever, whenever cats. Tough, whenever someone just really put that much emphasis on God over and over again. That was the only drawback for me. It was just like, no, you sound a little crazy, but that was part of his mental break. So a lot of the times if you have any, so he clearly had some tendencies right? Then was broken open by being constantly. Brought to the edge, right? Right. So I think he like operated in this world where like his psychotic tendencies weren't triggered. Once this happened and they pushed him to the edge. This isn't a normal person that does it, right. So he's gone to a little bit of a crazy place. And a lot of the times, they the voices that they hair in their head our. God smithers put some Yeah God just got. Right. Here in your head right now. I just saw. A jeep drop something off in our mailbox. So. We have a update. Sorry. Neighborhood Update. Neighborhood Update, we have a lady in the neighborhood that is. E. M. F. sensitive. which means she's crazy. Right. So she thinks electromagnetic waves are causing her to be sick. Oh, in our neighborhood. Yeah. So so it's very better call. Saul. Yes okay. So she. and. If people have lights on or if they have like a dish outside or something, she leaves these long notes in people's Mailbox. Just letting them know that what they're doing is killing her whatever I am so jealous like I need to get this. No S. Need not yet. I Don I, WanNa I. WanNa read it live on air. Okay. Yes. So I'm really doing everything I can to. Let her. Know that I've got a lot of. Magnetic. Waves basically coming out. Of this house. So once I get that letter one, hundred percent. I'll read that. Yeah. and. Just know that God's doing that as well. God's Guy was in control of tread. And in his building of of the bulldozer and I think we do have to say as well that Dan Cummings friend of the show pods. A really amazing in-depth. Episode on. Marvin. He Meyer longtime ago and apparently did it way better than that? netflix documentary. So and by the way to let everyone know hold him last night after watching that doc and I just say, Hey, man. You're fucking podcast on this. Was the best like it was. It was better than that documentary I thought well, documentary was. Shot wise and all that other stuff. Just okay. The story was so awesome that it was just like, all right. I. Just wanted to watch the last half hour when he's fucking bulldozing through the entire town, but Dan Cummins on time sunk podcast is a better version of that, and so I called him last night and I said, Hey, man I just watched this thing and Thought, he view and Blah Blah and read it off my phone here. and. We ended some dark shit me and Dan. He's really fucking funny. By the way Dan Evans is one of the best comedians on the planet and. His showtime. Fuck it also. But Yeah, he wrote me back. An extensive text message, this morning, some of which I can't repeat live on air which blushing but we goes to a super dark place. If you watch that, show his or listen to it I I, believe it's available on on Youtube as well. But if you watch Dan come showtime, suck on that particular guy. It's it is actually better than the Netflix stock and I wish. You could just put it underneath that dock with the footage of the bulldozer and that would have been A. Dream Team for that. Yeah. Yeah Yeah because we've, we've gotten a ton of messages. that. DOC and. Big Fan. Big, Fan. This is One of our listeners Jacob Nichols says. You should give shoutout to Brendan Schaub here because apparently he is in Austin looking at houses right now, he'd be sweet neighbor. Taff. Giorgio. I've heard that to somebody else had said to me. The Joe Rogan was buying all of his friends houses there. So they can just. Pick them up and buy them all lawyers to. Pick up the whole crew in Austin. Then you can just do the whole Gig from there. I've heard that as well. It. It would not surprise me because look when you're on every single day You need you need people in other comedians and things like that. This is a two person show. This is a two hander. Not only my dick but this podcast show. It's just you and I guess don't really do well on the show at all. So we just kind of stopped doing it. Yeah. Because I just always out, shine them. Yes, and so we don't have guests on here during a Bro that we do a lot of guests and it's like men. One of our biggest reasons to move to Austin was a bunch of our friends live there obviously in. So we can have endless people on over and over again and I can't wait to get Jack Mandeville on that show shirtless and smoking inside. It's GonNa be so good. So we have a bunch of. Time and that's part of it. So yeah, with with with Rogin, an his crew yet. Yeah. We would not surprise me because why not? Hollywood. California in general, just raise their taxes again, yesterday a three and a half percent. So that's going to go up to sixteen and a half. By the end of the year. So yeah, man I. Be prepared for everybody else to jump ship as well and. When surprise me when surprised me now, I don't know what's going to happen with the calendar thing or the delete thing to be honest with you. Rick what goes down and Shit like that. What do you think? They can't recover. It's done and it's sad. You don't think so. Here's the thing.
"dan cummings" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"A top European Union official says now is not the time to examine the actions of the World Health Organization in response to the corona virus but a review should be launched with the worst of the crisis is over European Council president Charles Michel also repeated European calls to ensure that any vaccine or treatment that's developed be universally available and we can see that that's the truth it's nineteen vaccines has to become common brute has to become a full double full everybody and everywhere we have also your children to consider the three we need to work together you know though to reform some international organizations W. H. all the so a new poll tend to look through an older musician and return to the to be important to me to evaluation and to see how it's possible to learn some lessons in the the future president Donald Trump wants an immediate review of the W. H. O. the World Health Organization and has threatened to make permanent a temporary freeze on U. S. funding unless the organization commits to substantive improvements within the next thirty days trump hasn't been specific about the changes he wants to see a junior British government minister has quit over prime minister Boris Johnson's failure to fire his top aide for breaching a lockdown rules Scotland minister Douglas Ross said in a resignation later that the vast majority of people didn't agree with what Dominic Cummings the Dan Cummings drove two hundred fifty miles to his parents house despite a national order for people to remain at home Cummings said he traveled so that an extended family could care for his four year old son if he and his wife who both had suspected corona virus fell ill Benji higher reports for feature story news from London UK prime minister Boris Johnson remains under pressure to fight his chief adviser for driving hundreds of kilometers across the country to self isolate during the coronavirus lockdown Dominic Cummings has refused to apologize and believes he acted reasonably despite the government driving a message at the time that people should stay at home Douglas Ross the undersecretary of state for Scotland is the first minister to resign over the controversial trip stating that one Mr Cummings intentions may have been well meaning his view of the government guidance was not shared by most of the public you have to follow the rules from feature story news in London on Benji high up the Spanish government is declaring a ten day mourning period to pay tribute to nearly twenty seven thousand confirmed deaths in the country from covered nineteen starting tomorrow until June fifth flags will be at half mast and more than fourteen thousand public buildings across the nation as well as on the navy's vessels king Felipe the sixth as Spain's head of state will preside over a ceremony to honor the dead once the country emerges from its strict lockdown rules Spain which is one of the world's top destinations for international travelers says it will re open to foreign tourism on July first Lucy have reports from Brussels colorism is crucial to Spain's economy worth some twelve percent of its GDP and almost thirteen percent of Spanish jobs the country's tourism minister Bryce Morrison says from the first of July the country will be open to foreign is the holidays inviting businesses to start preparing now so the peak season can begin in a surprise announcement on Monday Spain also corrected its official death toll from covert nineteen saying that almost two thousand fewer people had died that was previously thought the health ministry said the amended death toll stands at just over twenty six thousand eight hundred fifty health Brussels the inspector general who reported U. S. hospitals were lacking in protective equipment to shield people from infection from the corona virus testified before Congress today Christie Graham was fired after issuing that report she's the fourth inspector general that president trump is fired in recent weeks now Democrats are pushing legislation to prevent what they call the retaliatory firings of inspectors general computers Christina understand reports a government watchdog at the health and Human Services department inspector general Christie Graham reporter office found hospitals lacking critical protective equipment to confront the corona virus pandemic the report released April sixth also finds that a severe shortage of corona virus tests and long waits for results were at the root of mounting problems faced by hospitals we did find shortages of protective equipment I don a mask that it downs and I recorded expected shortages of animators and as I said the department has taken steps to address a lot of the issues raised in a report the report released April sixth also finds a severe shortage of corona virus tests and long waits for results were at the root of mounting problems faced by hospitals the findings are in stark contrast to the picture president Donald Trump is painted over how his administration has provided protective equipment to hospitals during the corona virus trump called the report based on a late March survey of three hundred and twenty three hospitals in forty six states just wrong and suggested its conclusions were skewed by politics Graham is one of four inspectors general the president has dismissed in recent weeks most recently state department inspector general Steve Winnick was fired after opening an investigation into secretary of state Mike Pompeo president trump also remove the acting inspector general for the defense to Arment Glenn Fein who was to chair the committee overseeing two trillion dollars an emergency corona virus funding he also fired the intelligence community inspector Michael Atkinson who first revealed a whistle blower complaint to Congress last fall that led to president trump's impeachment Graham's testimony comes as house Democrats have introduced legislation to protect future I Jeez from political retaliation New York Democrat Carolyn Maloney says the bill HR six nine eight would allow a president to remove an inspector general only for causes like neglect of duty malfeasance or other wrongdoing legislation that will both strengthen the independence of I. Jeez and protect them from political retaliation are requiring that I. G. C. removed only for good cause and that documentation justifying removal be provided to Congress the requirement that I Jeez only be removed Costas also introduced in here ASAP the past the house Republicans on the house oversight committee which held the hearing questioned the basis of the report Ohio representative Jim Jordan the panel's top Republican and close trump ally didn't express concern over the report's findings that hospitals were experiencing severe shortages of protective equipment and corona virus tests but he lamented what he called the report's flawed methodology and called it biased the point we did not include any effort to discern whether the policy implemented by the administration were in fact working at the time I'm deeply concerned with the fall methodology that HHS so IG used to create this bias report Jordan also said the Democrats didn't push for an inspector general at the state department during Barack Obama's first years implying the hearing was political in nature the department at the time of the Obama presidency did have an acting inspector general the inspector general's report did not take aim specifically at the trump administration or its response to the pandemic again Maloney this report was intended to help policymakers understand these challenges and to help hospitals overcome them which benefits us all unfortunately president trump personally attacked Graham and it seems clear that he just wanted everyone to pretend that there were no challenges and our health care system Graham a career government manager who has worked for for previous administrations had only held the post since January she told Congress she's not intimidated by criticism from the president says our agency is plowing ahead with fourteen new reports and audits on health spending and the corona virus investigations that include the top agencies tasked with developing corona virus tests in a timely fashion but that were plagued by a series of failures and false results and Christine are understood reporting for KPFA eighteen minutes left in this newscast and we're still looking for more of you to support this newscast financially so we can continue to do this work we're in the final three days of the fund drive here at KPFA trying to raise enough money to keep this radio station in good shape which is to say on the air and functioning normally we.
"dan cummings" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"I mean I I the other day. I was actually thinking about how to respond to question like that. Because I know that I know how burn Rogan and Suguira and I know how most people replied with for whatever reason as a comic. I always try to reply from very honest vulnerable place where I go where really think about it. I guess ultimately these short answer would be a gift that you don't let that registering in your life about how you feel about yourself when you wake up and like you look at like. It doesn't really register. That often is the right answer to say but the truth is fucking really good like it feels really good when like. I was saying some of the day like I still get very movements on Takes the time to do like a fan piece of art? I get so excited about that shit like we did. It's it's incredible. It's incredible it must be something that after a while opening Aberlardo take for granted like somebody is so by something you here's here's where were. It's such an interesting thing with Comedy evolution. You know what? I'm not a different signer of you know when we are trying to figure out of be funny right when we okay. If I just did concede been funny on. Tv show right and then they put your TV show complex of they'll specialty especially right so we all learn how to be funny enough to get those things much but then there's this thing that no one thinks about until you're right why once people get to see me and Laffy go become fan. What if they what if I'm not whatever it is that gravitates and audience you know and these are dark thoughts and I am now but do this fifteen years pretty funny. I think like I go up on stage in the S club in the world and I get last in I but like. Where's the fan base? You know what what am I you know. What where where is that you know? What else or my favorite stand-ups back. When he's he eat a book about it. I also listen to be audio. But he was talking about that's there's this indefinable quality of weather op people will embrace your and there's nothing you can do about. It's like either it exists or does and unfortunately you know if it existed or doesn't until you put all the Legwork to get to the place where people are actually seeing you know and it doesn't ever will invite. You just means something you have to just wait. You can't you can you. Do you know when you take a look at my career? I I was like you're thinking I was at a place going like so maybe like every project I've ever done failed like every one of them. I could still work like I did. Travel Channel birth conquer seasons person. Great but no one really told you that now. I know it did what it did. Well but no one released celebrate with a change of presidents and then and then we did a second season and then they cancelled it and then change presidents and they brought be back in my shows. Roy's low rated but they did well on ad sales and people like me so it was like a learned to be very likable and friendly and get jobs that way but all those shows tank and then they kept taking a kept working and I just was like. Oh it's because I'm a nice guy like I'm not really all that talented but I'm a very nice guy and I would just keep being a nice guy and then and my standard like killed in clubs when I was like I guess I'm not that original like maybe I don't know like a murdering I think and I know Tom is one of my is my probably my best friend. Tom Is was always saying like God. You're so fucking funny and I was like he's not saying that he wouldn't say that if you didn't mean it wouldn't say it'd be didn't mean it and I was like in a club owners wouldn't say demean of I guess maybe I'm just derivative and then and then all and I just did my whole career that way. It's okay I'm making living. You don't need. I said this. Dan Cummings that we said that the other day. We don't all need to be Kevin. Hart we just all need to like I'm to make a living. I'm comfortable with it. I can only make a living because I'm a friendly guy and people like working with me and I also get the job done competently. Then guess what. What is the difference between? Maybe that and then like a really good bricklayer. Like ultimately you maybe make more money. It's easing Johnny. You have probably yet where I've always gonNA adopt. But what did you have to ask? I 'cause I just WanNa know this for selfish reasons. Did you change something in your performance? Aid Yourself or was it. Just things started to people seen. I'll go into a club right. And it's kind of depressing for me to tour now. Because when I first started touring I was like okay. Going in murder so in crackers asked me back next year more people. Come no never happened happen. Never have found ten hours. Yeah COME BACK. West people show no one nothing built in your NFC. Yeah you were a guy like that San Francisco when I'm starting punchline. You're a guy who come to the Green Room club and I was like. Oh I guess this is not this is just one of those guys. Does the other clubs. It isn't going where and and then now that I'm aware just need. Your agent has an with this guy. All my by the way I was booking that on my own was a Steve Grove owned that end last two but but did you do anything that Jane your because my mom is a blessing when I tweeted. I actually joke latest it. You know my mom goes like this is what stays to be Jo. Koy doing the fucking bathroom. Savior she goes. He's more personal than you. When when he talks about on stage and Mike a grenade I would I would I love you? Mama wouldn't listen to her. That's all it is. I think first of all I think I don't. I really don't have a short answer for that. I have theories I stopped I stopped. I know for a fact I know for a very very like precise fact that are sitting in that chair right there behind my desk when my whole world fell apart and I did not have anything like I say fell apart. It wasn't that bad but supposed to do this tour for Funnier die The oddball tour and I got my dates full. I canceled my whole like Fourth Quarter. All shows to do this. One tour was going to do. A cigaret- Elisa. Sebastian fluffy like the whole group. And all my it's got pulled. I didn't do one of them so I didn't have now. I didn't have worked from September to December. I didn't have anything lined up. I got fired from travel channel. We were redoing our house. Our House was a it was a piece of shit back then. It was great. It was like a great house the House it was like a piece of shit and then we got above myself and I was like we can do it. Let's Redo it. Let's make it nicer and the second we decided the segment started demolition. Lose my job. A travel channel. That targets pulled away from me. Leeann wants me to get to me all this get super sick and then I mean I remember and I just remember vividly. There's moments in your life. I think that you'll go for whatever reason I I remember where I remember the small things I remember what I was wearing. I remember sweatshirt I was wearing. I remember the getting ready to get on the treadmill. I was talking to. Tom And I was sitting. There had my arms down and I had the phone on the desk and I had him on speaker and he was like. It's he's like that's GonNa suck lose losing the funnier die tour and I was like I know and I was like well not totally. It wasn't like it was a ton of money he goes you kidding me and I was like well no it was and I go. I don't even know if I was gonNA break even to be honest with you. I paid for flights and hotels. They may they're making paper flights and hotels by the way. Yeah the do you talk about. You WanNa talk about the bottom dropping out right now. I just lost twelve gigs to this live nation tour. And he's like hold on. What were they paying you? And I told him and he told me and all I will say is that his not only had another zero on it but it was like exponentially more than me. It was like twenty times what I was being paid. This was I can tell you almost exactly see so as you bring you because you've been friends Tom for a long time as I understand. You're you're quite a bit ahead of him for a long time. Because me a Thomas the same manager and so. I'm going to meet with Josh. And you know I'd be like all right. So let's show yet. Thomas do tape it. So it's kind of New Thomas. A Super Guy who was wrote a lot but I never really saw him around. La and I always do. This guy was hilarious and steam. And he's two thousand sixteen September it was in December of two thousand sixteen. So I the phones like the phone is right on the desk right here and he says I said wait. What are you getting paid? And he goes off. Don't WanNa tell you and I said Tom. Tell me he goes. You gotTa promise me this isn't GonNa fuck up our friendship with like a promise and he told me and it was more money than I was. I'd ever gotten paid for anything television for like an episode for stand up for anything. It was so much money that I I was confused by like. I didn't know that they were even had that in. The budget mind was so small. What I was getting paid with so little and I was like Oh my God and I sat there and I literally got off the phone with them and I sat there. And I reevaluated reevaluated. Everything I reevaluated..
"dan cummings" Discussed on Filter Free Amerika
"Yeah but here's the funny part. Is We get in the car after the show and after hanging out with all these comics and stuff and my dad that Ding guys really funny. He's GonNa make it. Dan Guy needs to keep at this. Is I think what he said in the car. And I'm like he's got a future in his business. I'm like Dane Solo massive. That's the square. Gardening goes I got. It is comical. He was comedy in the early. He's he's resurging his career. Anything anything really you can tell. Yeah everybody I think what tickets. Eighty percent of the tickets bought them and he's like Godfrey. How's it going never played? You might have worked shift there in the heart of his career. Caroline's way less people. We'll go right to think that that date may have because you know he was at that guy they kind of got the the the the mice space the social media type thing going but he league was was a pioneer for comics as far as how he was the king of the Internet the first guy to the Internet as his tools. I stood to expand my podcast comedy things like that. Well that's all things. He was doing way back in the day. The story of how we got to orgasm right the stand up to our show is he went to HBO and he was like I WanNa do this. And they're like absolutely not one's going to watch that and then he got a million friends. No that's what he did. He was sitting in the office and he said you know who's GonNa Watch this. He opened his AOL because he used to be like super he still is. He's contacted fans any chance he gets he just post on. Am would would anybody watch a show about me on tour and just sent it like through a chat room and then just left the computer open and watched this guy's computer have a fucking meltdown. And he goes. I think we probably do the show. Holy Shit I don't know yeah. He basically walked in swinging the deck. He was like. Here's what we're going to watch this. Send there we go. That's that's your viewership there. It is now the double edged sword of that now is in. You just told me a story about talking with with managers in L. A.. In tell tell them about that and what what. Their Standard is standard is like twenty thousand followers on Instagram or else other social media presence instagram. Like the main one one to one of the main one right now or like you have a podcast so if you had twenty thousand if you get a lot of listeners. Nineteen thousand thousand more. I'll be good. Yeah but that's the thing like no manager wants to just take you off a tale if they were already already be doing it on your own when we have some of your money. They want they wanted to walk. You're buying your way in by you build the foundation on your own. Well we WANNA do that for you the stuff have you can do by yourself. But we want some of the money right they just want to be like your assistant right or you just do. Like what Rogan. Didn't you. Just do all that on your own and just keep. I'm doing it. Not Give it away. I mean he also had a career before the Astros also if I was on newsradio and then fear factor and then also a commentator on UFC. I could also not have mentioned and there are a good example. Dan Cummings Dan Cummings. Yeah he's self maiden and successful and yeah kind of chump hat the same thing. Yeah other managers though. Yeah but he didn't need any like he can sell out show and he's going to. I Guess Doug Benson to the top twenty five gathering. Yeah Dan comes as top twenty. Thank you super path guest. Yeah what else about the business businesses. As far as getting their the things that surprised you or weird interactions on you just trying to make a comic what are you is a ton of weird interactions and him. Everybody you meet is like it. Turns into everybody's like just trying to angle into someone else. That's the whole big is trying to figure out like because there is. There's no move Hollywood changes every day. I mean people are. That's like the kind of the cliche look of Hollywood. Does that really real. Everybody's just everybody everybody working at a gas station as an out of work actor. Everybody's trying to get their script. Read the hype Buddy. But it's not it's not common it's like people make it out to be everybody thinks thinks that Authentic people there. I mean you're a good person I know you and you know I do well because I I genuinely mean it when I ask people how they're doing and at there's most people off they're like want he cares. Would you get a lot of people talking to you. And they feels fake. Yeah okay there's real. I mean I don't hang out with a lot of people but I meet a lot a lot of people. There's a lot of people. Yeah it's just it's not cut throat and then cut her at the same time if that makes sense like everybody just wants to get ahead. But everybody's acting like they're not trying as hard as they can to get ahead ever just trying to play it cool. Is there anybody out there who I'm not counting your uncle. Because that's it's you know a degree of family but I mean that are generally liked to help other people just because yeah okay so it's not like everybody's out to get you back or trying to like J.. NJIT factor doesn't have to shift for me. He doesn't he's an old Louis. Anything Lewis Number brought him out ancient confused onto orgasm but like Dane doesn't want anything to me is nice me. Retirement factory J. puts me up every chance he can. It's like there are good people out there and there's people who I guess like like Jay z's the talent and he's just trying to put up the best possible people and there's other bookers and Steph. Who are doing that and like Brogan? Rogan's really great. He always has new comics on. I mean people help Hinchcliffe. And he's bringing alley Mac out on the road in Edwards who I guess spooner forever but Super Funny Guy like you feel like Rogan shows to cultivate the people. He likes that he sees working the door at the store and stuff like that. Go Out of those older guys. I think it used to be a lot more cutthroat in the eighties when everybody was getting sitcoms like no one without to help each other but now that there is so many means of quote unquote making it. I guess there's not much money. 'cause like there's only five networks in the eighty s so you're getting millions of dollars if you had a show nagging thousands but like everybody can have a show now 'cause flexing who could be their own network every network now. Yeah yeah so I think if you're doing something cool that people like people start bringing you into their call stuff and any. It's more of like a like a helping debater like an incubator are now okay of like minded megabyte. What you're saying about everybody being kind to each other? Everybody's trying to never know what's GONNA pop necks. WHO's PODCAST IS GONNA explode to blow because people are nice to everybody but people only gravitate towards people who do stuff that they like so now I guess there's more of for more of a variety of like not hang out with people who are like doing soccer podcasts? That are like soccer like soccer. But like I'm not going to be like. Oh this is my way in. Because we're are like there's there used to be so few lanes I think back in like the eighties and stuff but now there's so many lanes that everybody just kind of morphs into it's almost like a a deregulation of fame be like like a very narrow pathway few people were gatekeepers and now you you can make your own thing now. The Gay people are just trying to pick and choose who they confront like you said yeah profit off for right wrong or indifferent the whole deal and I think the whole deal with the people not needing agents to get stuff now and managers and things kind of being their own right. I think that's scaring a lot of people so I think that's why agent managers are a little more picky. Because they're like you know we're not going to get a Lotta shot at a lot of people can do it on their own. We need something to thirty tried and true prod like interrupting myself but like agents manders like they're so now they're now so far ahead as far as steps like back in the day you needed when he even get booked place and now you can book yourself so it's like things things that I want right now like I'd like to late night set. I'm working on that. I could do that on my own. I commit myself. It's it looks examine an email so I don't need somebody to get me on Conan. I gave my cell phone. I mean I have to be funny but if I'm good enough they'll hire me either way so like it's the next step that now managers and agents are doing so. I don't think there is selective of like the pillar Amman versus a higher pillar more into helping you pitch shows in creating a network then like like getting you on a show on a network right and it makes sense that the about the twenty thousand dollar thing you can have all the talent in the world but it's cost prohibitive to to take somebody from obscurity and build them up. Think about think about both working comedy. There's going to be a prophet potential in there risk killers. That haven't done much comedy. They're not selling out everywhere they should. They're hilarious any become seems going another frigging awesome. Yeah but they're not selling tickets it and that's where the money comes exactly all business. Have you been there was a year now year. Yeah okay so in that time. Have you seen anybody come out there either. Somebody you knew or just just watching them in passing make the total wrong moves and fail miserably and yeah I do it all the time. What's the mistakes? It's just like I guess getting a little bit of heat and then like relaxing on it or like getting cocky when you're getting linked just looks things like that like 'cause you you feel like you're on this this path you're like oh I'm on. I've jumped on the train. That's going up. I'm going to become a Dick Nick and then that train stops right away because that's one hundred thousand followers frigging Dick Yeah. It doesn't work like that where you can just give up right away. Because you think you're on this projection there's no projection. Everything Evan flows with Louis was was saying you never know when the fame is going to fall off again and I missile Lewis had Lewis had huge successes in huge not successful times like three or four times..
"dan cummings" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
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"dan cummings" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Don't let me eighty six where he told me one. In time. I said eric is because the guy was eric. Eric is looking for you know eight thousand six hundred michael came from michael damn eh. You're a cold by the mother. Fuck like your uncle joey boycott people. I love it not not a ton of people. There's definitely only been a. I coming up more like in comedy as i started to worry about like meeting. Some of the acts admired whatever because my thing was always is are they a nice personnel like a nice person can have an off day grouchy whatever but then there's sometimes people just do things that are just like dick moves and i won't say his name you know there was one guy worked with longtime time ago but he <hes> he pretended that the the college. I was working with him opening up for him. <hes> he act like the kids told him to tell me to cut some jokes <unk> out of my act and to cut my time and i went to them later. It turns out. It was not true at all. He just didn't like it and he wanted to kind of like he doesn't like any and he did. He didn't like that did well. Even though he did better than me i had nothing to be insecure about and i just thought man. This is somebody who is you know selling out theaters already at this point and i'm like you're gonna drove my hand. I can hatchback you know. I'm used to making one hundred bucks a night and stuff like that and you're going to take what little thing thing. I have just to have fun on stage for fifteen minutes away from me. 'cause you didn't like that. I went through as fucking albums. Never listen to him since like. I boycotted him for fifteen fifteen plus years but i'm just like fuck you you fucking asshole the bully type thing people whose power that yeah that's the stuff where do bleeker yeah. You're dead to me. That was a feature correct. I have a lot of problems feature. Just people can follow you allow pro and then they and then they talk shit about the omni pop grew. Oh yeah oh my god leaving god that name those motherfuckers alive because i'm the pop had a good booker yeah time but he was taken feature axe and prior to make him the headline yeah around today. I know you're talking about yeah. I would go on those be room routes. Let him to follow me and i would like them on fire and i would light the monphyat you know twenty minutes responsibilities. You're dead man zane right. I got a package of my pocket. I've been talking about one of the wages bic nick yeah but i'm the pop was putting out you know to to many of these feature acts and and right right. I'm old school. I'm very old school and here's the rule. I have you want embassy. You got it. You wanna feature. You got it but i want you. Consider yourself headlining one complaint out of your mouth. I wanna hear that dan cummings ming's talks to the audience all right right right here that dan collins is too dirty right..
"dan cummings" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"I hate every bit he's ever done. I hate it when when i hear him on pandora and i but it's like and we'll crack me up is our laughing so let me get this straight on the comic you fucking hate more than anybody else on earth and the second a new video of mine comes out. Look like you're just an idiot. You're idiot like your opinion means nothing yeah and that's just just at troll nature. They just want a day think. It's very very rare that you see a feedback on there where you're like. It's constructive at anyway you no. I think he's given a good effort but really you know i think <hes> you know he could have maybe just kind of shorten this and maybe if he actually tried and worked on his timing it just nearly fucking sucks looking pieces shit just dumb dumb vapid hate. It's crazy to me that who raise a child that would be that devious to go either way. Yeah make up a different email. Go with her like i always we stink about where their life is. Oh yeah like okay. If dan cummings wants to say joy. I saw you last special. I wasn't happy with it. I could go dan. Guess what neither it was. I you know but i go back to your website and isn't all your twitter. Youth and there's no picture is a picture like a russian girl that you could tell it's not you right and you know it's a fake website right. Don't have the balls to put themselves out there. I think about that..
"dan cummings" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Business college in saint louis and eighteen sixty seven and eighteen sixty eight that just cracks me up to par. How are you paying for tuition. Don't worry about none gong farmer. You only had no regular job. You folks folk saying rich how you paying click. I said don't worry about it. I wrap up on machines may stop. Parma was a killer. According to some of the men who were there. He killed more men during that lawrence massacre than anyone else on november twenty fourth eighteen seventy power married susan lavinia james sister of franken jesse james and the couple would have six children and he hardly ever talked to jesse and frank about fucking her sister like a rarely came up rarely kind of went there last up uncle uncle jimmy jimmy jim cummins was born and raised in clay county missouri near franken jesse james. They were close friends fought for the confederate militia together during the war. The cointreau raiders raiders roster listed james a cummins and james robert cummings. They're likely the same person i get i get mail is both dan collins and dan cummings. Sometimes sometimes i get mail is don cummings. Jim was a founding member of the james. Younger gang also had fought previously for archie clemens. <hes> some also believe cummins was a night of the golden circle super racist pro slavery organization that wanted to annex a golden circle of territories in mexico central america the confederate states and the caribbean and then turn the whole area into a nation built on slavery to be led by maximilian the first some austrian do briefly the emperor of mexico from eighteen sixty four eighteen eighteen sixty seven jesus uncle jim. This is awkward. You're embarrassing me your windy. Jimmy random not about wendy. Jim he became a farmer in arkansas after the break-up of the james gang and still wanted man and then he tried to turn himself into authorities on several occasions but they didn't believe who he claimed he was just several times. He's like yeah. I'm jim. Did you arrest me now like out here. Ke manage now. We're w i mean aimed feel good on one in one sense but also just kind of bears him. He committed crimes. Get away with them. You feel bad your conscience gets you in the go to turn yourself in there like gary goofball not up now. Really i killed some. I killed some. I wanna i wanna do a try. I want to serve my time. A lot of money. Gave out sure you cut up a nasty. I stuck my figuring queen. Mary's going gaga august here. He's gone get jim would publish a book about his life and crimes and ninety three with the absolutely terrible title of jim collins book written by himself the life story of the james younger gang and their comrades including the operations of cointreau guerrillas by one who road with them by true but terrible tale of outlawry jesus christ whose can no editors back then you can you can.
"dan cummings" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Netflix may twenty-ninth worldwide, and that is a show. I worked a quite some time on and people should check it out. I saw some the other night and they're funny and the this Larry's and I would watch the show anyway enough about that. Also on top of that, a resident of element may twenty-ninth. Oh, God. I mean that was really bad timing for you. We've had a spill, Aaron, how do we handle it? We were trying. We were. We were doing. You know, this is all I'm sure a lot of horrible stuff has happened in the studio, so a whole thing at t's fine. It was nice iced tea though. It was a good ice tea. We'll get you another one. Can we get them another one at some point again, do you know some nobody else who does podcast here is like a reasonable human beings, they can just sit in that. There. I am. Sorry. This Bill Burr record here. Does he recorded his house. This house. So none of these. These people are all fucking. All right. Okay. I'll be a gang. It's Gareth. Again, we've got some dates coming up. You can go to Gareth Reynolds dot com. Find it all those OB at the Tempe improv. The June first with Dan Cummings. How dare you opening for Dan Cummings? I will be there may thirty first or June second. Then I'll be at the stress factory, New Jersey, June twenty-first, twenty-third labs, comedy club in Seattle, June twenty, ninth and thirtieth. Nobody cared. And then we should also mention, okay. So a lot of people are asking about. Costa Moy and what happened. So basically Gareth is working on a show right now, and then there's a possibility that he was going to get another job. And then at the same time I got offered a job, but then that kept getting delayed and delayed and delayed. So basically a gun to this point where. We both kinda had to get a job offer at the same time, and if we didn't fuck us because it's hard to go, she ate. I want time off when you might not. One of you might not be going made it super, super complicated. So I ended up getting the offer super last minute and. No, no ability to go to Thailand. They were like, you're out. Have to take the job because it's like a five month job, and it's a really good job. So does basically what happened Gareth, then learned he can't go to Thailand. So what we're gonna do is I'm going to write up a dollop. We're gonna have one of the Australian Yahoos read it to Gareth, and and then it'll be like a Dave and dub which a lot of people will be happy. We've already had some of you on your own. So it's time to, I think it's great to bring a new possible people for me to work with on this podcast, and I the like you're saying you might take a step back. You might just write them for people. I think that's great. But yeah, so I'll be in Thailand. I think I'm going to Li, I think I'll get a day later. Then everything else starts, but I'll be there and I'll be doing all all the podcasts and all that stuff. So yeah. So you'll have you'll have and the funny part. Sure, right. Not the organized part. So there's a chance I won't get there. I'll be traveling alone, which has proven very difficult. Anyway, that's what happened. So I have a job and it's complicating things and hopefully hopefully don't and cleaning up. Hopefully we our live dates also. So we'll we'll keep you up to date on that. Yes, I think that's it. I'm sorry, Aaron, tune dropping ice because there was nice. Slapped away my hand that wasn't actually going towards him. There's a lead for a reason. I mean, I don't know who side you wanna take your Aaron. Just shrugged earns not happy. Aaron rolled his eyes and side over here like three or four times eighteen seventy three. The not. Yes. Titian here. The town of Clifton was founded in eastern Arizona as the miners as minor set along the banks of the canyon stream near the San Francisco river and chase creek sometimes nice, right. Yeah, I'm sold. What are we are being being. Cliff surrounded Clifton, the the rivers offered often flooded which then just washed away all the houses and businesses. That's nice though. Sort of like God renovating the streets, but there's copper there, so they just got rebuilding. I mean, it's basically like if you picture of it, you'd be like, why would you? Why would you build a place like just surrounded by cliffs flight? Malabon out. Okay. That's. One thousand feet up from Clifton was the town of Morrissey k. Clift sorry, copper. It was also discovered there in eighteen seventy two in mining started the next year by nineteen four more and see was shoot them up western hell town and fought with tombstone for the title of toughest town in Arizona. She's yeah. Okay. Yeah. All right. I don't know what's going on now, but I don't like it when air and walks around. I think we. Don't worry about it to me. The worry about it. Look the other way. He's already like yards spilt team fucker. So more and see it was more of a camp than town Clifton had a bit of a business district sort of centralized situation. Okay. Saloons and brothels huge. Both hands. Okay. So that was because I was like, which one would have that? The two? Is it a business? All of them imagining Clifton. Has the higher end brothels and share and more has the lower more and sees where it was issues, mama issues, which is one of the scratches. She's an extra scratch. It's also next door bugs. Yeah. Oh, God. Guys don't go to bugs. They ally. Violence was common, a squad of Rangers had to come in to settle a Mexican smelters strike in one thousand nine three, okay. The Mexicans were upset. Their pay was being cut by ten percent. Okay. The mostly white miners and the Mexican smelters squared off. Okay. Because obviously the white guys are bringing the rocks up and stuff and they're like, do you fucking job and smelted or reflect, right? We don't care if you get paid, right. So I think it sounded like that, but that it was not far off, but before anything happened between the two sides of big rainstorm hit and water Ripley Clifton destroying one hundred thousand in property and killing fifty people. Remember when we was arguing. Lissouba a gut doesn't like the strike. Yeah, boy. We were argue of town that's not here anymore. So that kind of ended the strike the feelings behind the strike. No, then there's bigger fish to fry. So the leaders were arrested and put in jail k. obviously, this did nothing to help put racial tensions in there. Right? So they rebuilt they keep going health and sanitation were poor. Both fans had bad water and bad area, and we're polluted by the smell smelters emissions, right? Sure. The big tower spewing out black. Do they know other towns exists or they're just aware of the other? A lot of towns. Okay. This led to a high rate of infertility in both towns which led to a lot of couples wanting children. The setup. This was called baby hunger. Oh, Dave. No. What. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. It's not like you would eat eat a baby. Very. It's a little close for my liking want to baby. No wanna baby a bit still hunger hunger for baby. Her belly's growling because it ain't got something living in that womb. She's baby hungry. She's got baby hunger, Mexican Mexican Americans made up about sixty percent in Clifton and seventy percent in Morrissey. Dear. About the copper mines created and backed a rigid hierarchy. Okay, right. Why it's got the best jobs in the best pay the the lights. Yeah. Yeah. It's like a reverse of America very strip. Very weird. They were given a lot of opportunity. Interesting. White also had more of a broad definition in towns like this than other places in the US person can be dog. All be a white person. I, the Americans of English descent and Scott Scottish, and then a notch down where I rish. And then Italians Spaniards. Oh my God. Okay. So there's there's the white list. Basically anyone who's not Mexican on Chinese basic, right, right, white, but that's still lower tiered white, lower tiered. What but not here you're, you're kinda just white white lie. You're in New York. And you're an Italian, you're bad why? But here you're just like, you're cool. Okay. Okay. Cool. That's nice. Yeah, that's nice. Yeah, there was some progress in some places. It's hard to know what to fight for it with like inner white violence. I mean, they deserve some bruises. Yeah, I mean, so the whites were not very religious, but the local Mexicans, super Catholic. Okay. Because you're colonized and destroyed. Okay. Right. And that makes you turn to. Jeez. Right. As was discussed in episode. One hundred ninety seven. The orphan trains the orphans of New York City where a problem. Oh no baby hunger. Right now you're in my mind palace in the mind as ING. It's amazing to watch work. I think I see it could Knicks STAN hawking channeling through on the connector. I've connected the dots again on this one. I think I see where we're headed. So New York, mostly Irish kids swarm the streets. The New York Times called them quote, also of society. Oh, okay. All right. Nice. They beg they got the jobs, they pick pocketed they stole. So the Protestant leaders in the arc agreed the best thing to do to put them on trains and send them to quote Protestant homes outside the city. Okay. Just packing these little Irish kids on trains and fired him out and into the rest of the country come out as we talked about. People come out and just grab them off the train that would be your your child to have sleep in the barn and work issues. You're coming with us.
"dan cummings" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Skies and boston at one twenty four your burlington's door your one stop shop great gifts for everyone might watches gift baskets wireless audio sledders drones toy the brands you love up to fifty five percent off other retailers prices every day burlington gifts for everyone men now with new england business here's wbz's doug cope and good afternoon art well have had been rumored for weeks now bostonbased bain capital has unveiled a new real estate arm which will which will take over managing harvard university's real estate holdings some three point four billion dollars worth about twenty staffers of harvard management company will now become bayne employees the team will be led by dan cummings who helped found the management team back in two thousand ten it is great news for the huntington theater the boston planning and development agency okay a thirty two story apartment tower on huntington add that will also house a refurbished and expanded theater theater director michael moscow on this big step forward we've been working on it for about two years in you put the hunting avenue theatre complex up for sale and thanks to the encouragement and support of mayor walsh and his team um and the creativity of the two mg huntington real estate developers who bought the properties we're able to figure out a way to make this a winwin for everybody mazdas says they will all start the process raising money for the expansion with construction to begin next year 32 startups will take part in mass challenges digital health programme.
"dan cummings" Discussed on WEEI
"Hi wrap it up you're her tally in the midday guys for being here in a minute glen lou christian all along i'm sure we're joined by the cummings matt whether you're right right now full yuccas ring here jerry dan a manner here as producers per day yes we auctioned off at the thomas smith foundation gulf tournament i believe the last month these guys i don't know who unlu but all the money who was issued there wasn't me those who is on a one of my friends one of your friends in and let these guys come into say hello and hang out we can get your breakfast there was supposed to get your breakfast american who still there but do you guys are fighting to find a cure for paralysis like tom smith you guys a both suffered spinal cord injuries dan cummings was a long time ago on was a user are 2000 2000 i was driving accident 2000 you told you never walk again in five minutes ago you walked in studio yes regulation as you were last november right allowed june of last year who labs right november do not less dollars each are playing basketball which means kirkman hand can't let us kid play basketball hours another one suffer list ran out her synchronized swimming yet to my fingers we don't have we've heard i've heard lots at this thomas smith a lot of hockey players who and they're the ones that started the look up line the prevent gear scale valuable awards are rare i would so much basketball what happen so yeah i mean i was just playing in the men's league and i was driving to the basket and i got trip than the wall was a little bit too close to the basket unfortunately right and i just one had first in the wall and i was pretty much immediately paralyze right there really newlook you look like a basketball plans you do six thirty if i was like twenty yeah i play it all through high school and i played in little bit of club in college so for marblehead you're from hyde park yup your you got a big event coming up on friday a threat friday at the one on the lawn on d in in.
"dan cummings" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Settled apply lease misconduct scandal he's looking for an update on those efforts and he wants to the city to respond to findings by a courtappointed investigator who found many problems up the chain of command with how opd handled a multi officer sexual exploitation case john various as representing the young woman at the center of the alleged abuse in court certainly want no and i believe should know whether the party who were involved in their various offices have been properly identified uh and properly discipline if in fact the defense wrong judge henderson is retiring soon and judge william orrick will be taking over the opd case orrick is scheduled to attend end july ten status conference i'm tara seiler kqed news electric bicycles may soon be allowed on more than fifty miles of east bay trails the east they regional park district is expected to vote today on a pilot program that would allow the bites on three major paved trails park unit manager dan cummings says e by eggs have small motors that make peddling easier and biking more accessible it though you of mobility that people that maybe haven't been able to ride out bar or it frequent the work of aiding an opportunity for additional recreation of people can be mobile on the trail well but coming also says they want to make sure the bikes don't disrupt pedestrians or other bikers the your long pilot is planned to begin next month on poland core kqed news support for npr comes from c 3 iot bringing cloud computing artificial intelligence machine learning and iot big data solutions to commercial industrial and government business processes learn more at c3iotcom and by the listeners of kqed cloudy skies along the coast today with a patchy fog and drizzle that's the typical suburb pattern and.
"dan cummings" Discussed on WEEI 93.7 FM
"To an event that's going on a week from today eleven o clock next saturday levin am in canton mass right body west would be air university of the new west would does station they're all the shops in everything go down there you take a left and five shaw might have it's in the dust real park sean it road excuse me you'll find right on the right an organization called journey forward it's run by a local guy like a lot of us dan cummings is local guy loves pats in red socks he's thrown out the first pitch you're at fenway john twice in two years two thousand four and two thousand seven interesting interesting is right then i will get very so knows years and is the young man who grew up in high park and had the great misfortune tragedy of diving in shallow water and he was paralyzed but dan never took no from an answer from that moment and basically if you go to his website journey forward dot org you see a video that i was fortunate enough to do with him about our good buddy austin tennis in an about journey for going about dance mission and dan is never taken no from an answer from that moment he has learned to walk again and this organization journey forward dan is out to change the world he is got eighty plus clients now they're all to some degree paralyzed and are all going to his place to work out and they work out hard they get up out of their cheers this next saturday event is a grand opening because they've moved their building for anybody who's ever known him and are also having a walk and that's the operative word it's a tenth of a mile truck some people may only walker few steps but they'll get up out of that cheer and they'll all walk and again john dan is on a mission to change the world is one the most inspirational people.