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"danny gans" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"I'm laughing at how tedious you find this your own gag, yeah, and and pretty good tricks. I mean Vegas is all about the presentation. Steve Yeah. You know there's all and I've been some great shows. They're unbelievable. Any cirque Du Soleil shows off the off the map off the map. How good it is and Other ones that have been around, you know entertainers been around. Impressionist guys have been around. A long time that Danny, I think honest Danny Gans. He's he. He died, but he had a show that unbelievable show because he can sing and he would do a bunch of different singers and stuff like that would not guilt. You come out of that going. MAZING show, but there's tons Steve. That are just shit. Okay, right like if you go off if you go off the Strip okay like Las Vegas Boulevard. A blocker to you know there's sort of these crappy little theaters back there and and. A friend of mine from northern Alberta, how to show in Vegas? A hypnotist show and I knew him. From way back when am and he used to? Work at this bar. Where did the comedy show for years? The sidetrack for me. Bring it up before on Monday nights and I did that for years and. Eventually the guy owned. That bar said okay. We're GONNA. Be Open every night and we're GONNA. Have some live entertainment every night. Something live, you know and it was great sort of Thursday to Sunday. Because they have you know have a great band Thursday Friday Saturday and Sunday. Night was way back. They called IT industry night when when bars were closed on. Sunday nights, and and so anyone who worked in a bar would go to this bar on the Sunday night. And it was fucking great. It was just off the map crazy party every night and I never shied away from a good party Stevie. So then on Monday Tuesdays he had to come up with stuff, so Monday we did the comedy thing and then Tuesday Wednesdays. It got a little. It got a little shallow Steve. You. Know Karaoke night. First night. We did Karaoke I'm not lying. Steve You, said you got hostess for me, the Karaoke thing and I said okay. So He's advertised that. People showed up. They're going to do Karaoke and this one karaoke. WHO's really really popular? You know what I came on and. And I said sign up and I do a little bit of stick, and we're going to bring on our first contestant Vanessa Galardo, okay. Right okay, but that's GONNA. Come up and. She's going to be our first contestant ever right in the the new Sidetrack Cafe Karaoke contest. Okay Steve. She's deaf. Okay and Okay. You know here it is. The guy puts up by your man. Is the I get I get killed? I'm not making fun of deaf people, but it was a very funny situation, and she came up and belted other and by man. You know it was. Of. Who God bless them God, bless her Steve That's a tough hobby to pick up right. You know if you've got a hearing problem anyway. So another night he's got a hypnotist. Okay and. I've said okay. So I got a Karaoke one week in this hypnotist coming in, and I used to go there for lunch to Stevie is like five minutes from my house five minutes from where I worked in. Pop in for lunch and I was there all day every day, a hypnotist going at lunch or just lunged. Onto its I happen to go for lunch and this guy's. They're setting up. He's got his family and the cousins all this shit and he's doing a show that night, and so I introduced myself and meet all these people and you know how are nice to meet you. And I'll see you tonight at eight o'clock for the show. He's that great so anyway. This guy comes launching out there. I'm going to hypnotize you know where you get. He get ten people up on stage. Are All sitting in a chair? Okay. I'm going to snap my fingers and your head's GonNa Follow. Your fucking knees. You've seen these Steve sure okay. I have a theory of all by the way. So anyway, I jumped up there. It's like I want to do this I wanNA. Be hypnotized. And see what it's all about and and. Next thing. The other nine people on their Steve are the same nine that I met that afternoon at lunch. And I'm Oh. What's up with this? Camera ding-dong. What's up with this? And before you can get the words out, Steve. All of them just collapsed. Their arms drapey down before he even gives it the what the routine is here that I'm going to do. I sorta. got. I guess I'm dropping my head. You know and I'm looking. Looking. Turn in my eyesight, whereas looking down the road and go well. Everyone else is out cold here, but it's not working for me. Snap my head back up and and he tried to okay, Jim, concentrate. When you hear the snap on my fingers, you know just ripping these snaps. Like a machine gun and I'm not I'm not buying it Stevie you know accent. And so, then he then they, they eliminate some people. Then they go. Okay, you're you're you're you go down? Go down. They'll end up with six people and he's. He tried something else with me. When you hear the Word Shepherd's Hook you know you're GONNA start you're gonNA, start to dance around Galardo right. nope, no, that ain't happening in. And then he went along, and he sort of whispered into a couple of years, and then he came up to me and he. Puts his mouth to my ear, whispering without the Mike Goes, give me a fucking break here. Can play along. Do it. Just. By, which okay well, that's the whole thing. That's why they so frequently. These guys these hypnosis guys. They always tackle the high schools and the colleges. There's a reason for that because that demographic. Because part of the deal is if it doesn't work on your. They often say go sit down or something like that and and I think that that demographic they think of exclusion as something worse than death right, and so there's such a tendency to play along if everybody else's playing along or if they're in your case totally. Rigged and chosen ahead of time. That's that's that's the reason it works. Because they really take advantage of of the younger mind well, I will say this so so later Stephen in Vegas and I'm looking at All the what shows Ron and fuck. This guy's got a show in Vegas now gave totally fry. Yeah, it was. In any event, you know I I read something about him. Because He hypnotized is has been around for a long like medical hypnosis. Right for people quitting smoking and getting through stress and trauma and all this stuff right it's. It is. It is known to work right. But on a stage in the thing I just like. I don't believe it. However I read a thing that saying if someone. Believes in hypnotism lights hypnotism. was interested in wants to be hypnotized BUBBA BUBBA BUBBA. You're going to get these people who will probably get hypnotized. You know if they're if they're if they really really believe in it, you know, and so I went to see show phoned.
Despite virus, Pompeo in Israel to talk West Bank annexation
"Good morning a journey by secretary of state Mike Pompeii raises a question Pompey was in Israel to meet prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his new coalition partner Benny Gantz it's only Pompeii second trip abroad since the pandemic curtailed much travel so the question what is happening that made this trip essential NPR's Daniel Estrin joins us from Jerusalem Daniel good morning good morning Tim what's it like anyway when the secretary of state travels during a pandemic it's a lot of choreography to try to keep them in a bubble and this is visit is only six hours long Pompey was doctor is been checking the temperature of the staffers in the reporters on the plane one of those reporters said that many people wore masks on the plane but not all of them and Pompey was getting an exception from Israel's ban on foreign visitors no foreigners are allowed in Israel at all right now when he landed in Israel he was wearing a red white and blue face mask he then delivered remarks standing next to prime minister Netanyahu they stood about six feet away from each other they were not wearing masks but their advisors were and the US ambassador to Israel was not there at all because he has mild upper respiratory symptoms and even though he tested negative for the virus he's not meeting Pompeo just in case is it clear what made this trip so important that's the big question Steve you know why it's just not do it on zoom okay says there are issues he wanted to discuss face to face he mentioned a couple he mentioned keeping up the pressure on Iran Israel's successes in combating the corona virus he also alluded to China's connection to the virus all issues that maybe don't need a face to face meeting in the middle of a pandemic but there is one big topic that a lot of people here talking about that they could be seeking to coordinate on the two leaders and that is trump's Mideast peace plan here's what Pompeo said in a time now we'll get a chance to talk about the vision for peace for now some months on up from the day that you came to Washington with president trump announced that vision for peace when you were there there remains work yet to do and we need to make progress on that I'm looking forward to it and let's just be clear here trump's peace plan would have Israel expand its borders and annex every single Israeli settlements in the occupied west bank and and they tell me I want to do that as early as July what would the United States have to say about such a plan that is the other big question because there are mixed signals coming from the trump administration and from Israeli leaders on what exactly their positions are here I mean Pompeo says it's up to the Israelis decide on on whether to annex the Israelis say depends on U. S. approval but this is a very explosive issue most countries in the world oppose annexation and they want a Palestinian state to be created in the in the west bank instead and you know annexation would anger trump's Arab allies European countries are even considering sanctions on Israel if it annexes land you have that but then on the other hand the west bank is the land of the Bible and an annexation of that land would be very popular with trump's evangelical base especially in the run up to the November elections so I think the big question here is what does Israel want to do does it want to annex leaders here are divided on that the right wing Netanyahu seems to be pushing for it but his centrist partner Danny Gans it doesn't seem to be a Daniel very briefly some people who maybe don't follow the news every day out of Israel may hear you say prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and that they're asking wait a minute he's prime minister again he is for the last year and a half the time now was struggling to win a new term but now he and his election rival Danny guns have agreed to a deal that's on you know gets eighteen more months in
"danny gans" Discussed on KQED Radio
"World more information available at Hewlett dot org and listeners and sustaining members like you the members of KQ weedy it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep good morning a journey by secretary of state Mike Pompeii raises a question Pompey was in Israel to meet prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his new coalition partner Benny Gantz it's only Pompeii second trip abroad since the pandemic curtailed much travel so the question what is happening that made this trip essential NPR's Daniel Estrin joins us from Jerusalem Daniel good morning good morning Tim what's it like anyway when the secretary of state travels during a pandemic it's a lot of choreography to try to keep them in a bubble and this is visit is only six hours long Pompey was doctor is been checking the temperature of the staffers and reporters on the plane one of those reporters said that many people wore masks on the plane but not all of them and Pompey was getting an exception from Israel's ban on foreign visitors no foreigners are allowed in Israel at all right now when he landed in Israel he was wearing a red white and blue face mask he then delivered remarks standing next to prime minister Netanyahu they stood about six feet away from each other they were not wearing masks but their advisors were and the US ambassador to Israel was not there at all because he has mild upper respiratory symptoms and even though he tested negative for the virus he's not meeting Pompeii just in case is it clear what made this trip so important that's the big question Steve you know why it's just not do it on zoom hello says there are issues he wanted to discuss face to face he mentioned a couple he mentioned keeping up the pressure on Iran Israel's successes in combating the corona virus he also alluded to China's connection to the virus all issues that maybe don't need a face to face meeting in the middle of a pandemic but there is one big topic that a lot of people here talking about that they could be seeking to coordinate on the two leaders and that is trump's Mideast peace plan here's what Pompeo said in a time now we'll get a chance to talk about the vision for peace for now some months on from the day that you came to Washington with president trump announced that vision for peace when you were there there remains work yet to do and we need to make progress on that I'm looking forward to it and let's just be clear here trump's peace plan would have Israel expand its borders and annex every single Israeli settlements in the occupied west bank and and they tell me I want to do that as early as July what would the United States have to say about such a plan that is the other big question because there are mixed signals coming from the trump administration and from Israeli leaders on what exactly their positions are here I mean Pompeo says it's up to the Israelis decide on on whether to annex the Israelis say depends on U. S. approval but this is a very explosive issue most countries in the world oppose annexation and they want a Palestinian state to be created in the in the west bank instead and you know annexation would anger trump's Arab allies European countries are even considering sanctions on Israel if it annexes land you have that but then on the other hand the west bank is the land of the Bible and annexation of that land would be very popular with trump's evangelical base especially in the run up to the November elections so I think the big question here is what does Israel want to do does it want to annex leaders here are divided on that the right wing Netanyahu seems to be pushing for it but his centrist partner Danny Gans it doesn't seem to be a Daniel very briefly some people who maybe don't follow the news every day out of Israel may hear you say prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and they're asking wait a minute he's prime minister again he is for the last year and a half the turnout was struggling to win a new term but now he and his election rival Danny guns have agreed to a deal the time now gets eighteen.
"danny gans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Will always be Andy Bernard the nerdy salesman from the TV series the office Helms is also an accomplished musician and for the past three weeks he's been hosting an online benefit music and comedy show called the whiskey sour happy hour the fourth and final show is tonight most of the performances featured guests playing from home but hello Mrs contributed songs to like this version of ocean of diamonds in which he layers three ed Helms won the top the other to sing the chorus the the change ed Helms singing ocean of diamonds from his whiskey sour happy hour variety show that online benefit series wraps up tonight get details and hear ed Helms talk about that series the office of much more at new sounds dot org it's going to be sunny today high near sixty three degrees mostly clear tonight love about forty seven right now here in lower Manhattan is forty four degrees if there are clouds in the sky I cannot see them good morning this is W. in my seat it's seven forty the it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep good morning a journey by secretary of state Mike Pompeii raises a question Pompey was in Israel to meet prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his new coalition partner Benny Gantz it's only Pompeii second trip abroad since the pandemic curtailed much travel so the question what is happening that made this trip essential and here's Daniel Estrin joins us from Jerusalem Daniel good morning good morning Tim what's it like anyway when the secretary of state travels during a pandemic it's a lot of choreography to try to keep them in a bubble and this is visit is only six hours long Pompey was doctor is been checking the temperature of the staffers in the reporters on the plane one of those reporters said that many people wore masks on the plane but not all of them end up Pompeii was getting an exception from Israel's ban on foreign visitors no foreigners are allowed in Israel at all right now when he landed in Israel he was wearing a red white and blue face mask he then delivered remarks standing next to prime minister Netanyahu they stood about six feet away from each other they were not wearing masks but their advisors were and the US ambassador to Israel was not there at all because he has mild upper respiratory symptoms and even though he tested negative for the virus he's not meeting Pompeo just in case is it clear what made this trip so important that's the big question Steve you know why it's just not do it on zoom Pompeo says there are issues he wanted to discuss face to face he mentioned a couple he mentioned keeping up the pressure on Iran Israel's successes in combating the corona virus he also alluded to China's connection to the virus all issues that maybe don't need a face to face meeting in the middle of a pandemic but there is one big topic that a lot of people here talking about that they could be seeking to coordinate on the two leaders and that is trump's Mideast peace plan here's what Pompeo said in a time now we'll get a chance to talk about the vision for peace for now some months on from the day that you came to Washington when president trump announced that vision for peace when you were there there remains work yet to do and we need to make progress on that I'm looking forward to it and let's just be clear here trump's peace plan would have Israel expand its borders and annex every single Israeli settlements in the occupied west bank and and they tell me I want to do that as early as July what would the United States have to say about such a plan that is the other big question because there are mixed signals coming from the trump administration and from Israeli leaders on what exactly their positions are here I mean Pompeo says it's up to the Israelis decide on on whether to annex the Israelis say depends on U. S. approval but this is a very explosive issue most countries in the world oppose annexation and they want a Palestinian state to be created in the in the west bank instead and you know annexation would anger trump's Arab allies European countries are even considering sanctions on Israel if it annexes land you have that but then on the other hand the west bank is the land of the Bible and an annexation of that land would be very popular with trump's evangelical base especially in the run up to the November elections so I think the big question here is what does Israel want to do does it want to annex leaders here are divided on that the right wing to tie you know seems to be pushing for it but his centrist partner Danny Gans it doesn't seem to be a Daniel very briefly some people who maybe don't follow the news every day out of Israel may hear you say prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and that they're asking wait a minute he's prime minister again he is for the last year and a half the time now was struggling to win a new term but now he and his election rival Benny guns have agreed to a deal that's on you know gets eighteen more months in office Daniel thanks for the update you're welcome the centers Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem this is NPR news and this is W. NYC stay tuned later on morning edition we'll speak with Republican senator Mike Braun of Indiana he was among a panel of lawmakers that question the nation's pop top public health officials yesterday we'll have that conversation coming up on the next hour.
"danny gans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To a press conference that was just a hastily arranged in which the police held up the phone and he spoke to the media he said that he felt but he has been disheartened by this talking that's all the details we know for now but we know that he has come into this building but he fired shots according to the mall workers we spoke with one man was injured another security guard on that around thirty people of being hardly held inside a admin office inside this building how Johnson reporting from Manila world news from the BBC the south Korean ministry says North Korea has fired two unidentified projectiles from its east coast near the city of one son towards the sea of Japan it's the first such launch by Pyongyang this year voting is underway in Israel where the country is holding its third general election in a yeah the prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is hoping to break the political deadlock that's prevented him from forming a right wing majority he's being challenged by the former army chief Danny Gans who leads the more centrist blue and white alliance a hundred British negotiators travelling to Brussels today to begin months of talks about the UK's new trade deal with the European Union the first phase of discussions is due to last for four days Adam Fleming reports from the Belgian capital the talks will begin at lunch time with a meeting between the leads negotiators David frost and Michel Barnier from Tuesday there will be up to eleven separate working groups covering amongst other things trade in goods services transport and the so called level playing field to ensure open and fair competition there are also large disagreements between the two sides whether it's on the role of the European Court of justice or the extent to which the final deal should reflect you law the working language will mostly be English on the first official word we'll hear about any progress will come on Thursday the Vatican is releasing documents today relating to the papacy of Pius the twelfth who led the Roman Catholic Church during the second World War pope Pius has been branded created by critics as Hitler's pope for not speaking out against the **** in the Holocaust but a Vatican official says the documents will show that the pope was as he put it a champion of humanity to help shelter Jews in Italy and maintained contacts with the German resistance the current pope ordered the archive to be made public saying that the church was not afraid of history that's the latest BBC news the latest welcome to Newsday brexit trade talks begin the only good thing about that story is that we get stopped.
"danny gans" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Rules listen to me very carefully this is never going to happen now for those of you want to say don't doubt the president's with with all due respect stop it I don't doubt the president I understand reality and I understand the purpose of this announcement if you think the purpose of this announcement was about getting the Palestinians say yep we're in well then you don't know what was happening it was never about giving the Palestinians to say yep we're in a deal that allows Israel to exist is not one where Palestinians control by Hamas are gonna go for it my what a boss the the the the terrorist yes I I said the the the the words thank you very much he's already said this isn't gonna happen he already said this isn't going to to be something that works they have no plan of creating a piece with Israel as Israel is that was the purpose of this announcement the purpose of this announcement was to be able to have the United States are on record stating that Jerusalem is the undivided capital of Israel that in a peace plan it should remain that way and also areas that have always been quote unquote contested you day in Samaria those are on Israel's as well it was all about stating it sold Netanyahu could said see everybody agrees the United States agrees this is ours it has been part of the entire international community push to engage in the de legitimizing did I just use and al Sharpton no word now see I said de legitimizing he said the legitimate ties to face right the very existence of Israel never mind any clear obvious case they have to the land this is not a conversation how you want to gauge peace is not a conversation about the plight of the core of the Palestinians of something what that's not where I'm going but the purpose of the international community if you will has been chewing gauge the idea that Israel has no rights has no say in everything they say clearly is unacceptable now here comes from sale yeah that's there's my now you've got yourself in international back and forth this is the victory for Netanyahu and for Israel or at least those people who side with Netanyahu or Danny Gans the political left is gonna be up in arms to recede into a man cried which lets you know how valuable some of this really as I'll get into more of this is real peace plan conversation coming up I'm Tony cats living.
"danny gans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Chamber bound in the Senate impeachment trial and returning to Iowa a major welcome from the Hawkeye state the des Moines register editorial board announcing its endorsing senator Warren saying she Pushin unequal America in the right direction just moments after finding out the news one shared her reaction with reporters I just want to live on it really means a lot to me very happy it could mean a lot her campaign to just days to the Iowa caucuses such as Nick ABC news Muscatine Iowa two people are dead seven injured following a shooting at a South Carolina bar it happened early this morning at Max lounge in Hartsville about forty miles south of the North Carolina state line the conditions of the injured not yet clear the defense department says a twenty two year old soldier from North Carolina has died in a rollover accident in Syria Antonio more of Wilmington died Friday while conducting route clearing operations the incident is under investigation the Palestinian president is warning president trop not to quote cross any red lines and his upcoming separate meetings with Israel's prime minister and his political rival general Danny Gans Israel's prime minister says he is coming to Washington with a great sense of mission responsibility and opportunity Benjamin Netanyahu will meet on Tuesday with president trump to discuss the still secret U. S. plan for Mideast peace it reportedly reflects many of Netanyahu's positions including Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem's old city and most of the disputed west bank it also differs Palestinian statehood all of that according to senior Israeli political source says Palestinian leaders are already vowing to reject the plan calling it biased Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem a Massachusetts man already serving prison time for a one rape has been sentenced to another nine to thirteen and a half years after being convicted of raping a second victim Arthur Salisbury junior of where was sentenced Friday a week after he was found guilty of raping a woman in Granby in two thousand nine the victim testified that Salisbury an area tow truck driver rape juror after offering her a ride time now to check the slopes with the New England ski report I am Charlie Ross with the WBZ ski report seems like every time the weather goes a little bit weird there's always an opportunity to bounce back quickly we're talking about modest but maybe moderate amounts of snow for the green mountains the whites and the mountains in Maine to king pines a hundred percent credit more more than forty trails get up in elevation for more falling snow at wildcat there on three dozen slopes and social any pecan made only on forty trails in Vermont Killington and sugar bush more than fifty mile should get decent fresh snow Monday could be packed powder for some I'm Charlie Ross for WBZ Boston's newsradio just days after you win reports said Saudi Arabia's crown prince might have been involved in hacking Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is phone the Wall Street journal is now reporting that prosecutors believe Basil says girlfriend Lauren Sanchez center brother tax about her relationship with bays those messages that were later published in the national Enquirer the journal says the messages are reportedly among evidence gathered by federal prosecutors as part of an investigation into whether the national Enquirer's publisher American media Inc or a MRI tried to extort Basil's Michael Sanchez declined to comment on the text is saying in an emailed statement to the paper with spoon fed lies and half truths Wall Street journal keeps getting it wrong that was CBS's data back is reporting a ground beef recall is under way in nine states Cameron fair child has that the USDA says about two thousand pounds of raw ground beef packaged at amity packing in Chicago may be tainted with plastic the recalled products were shipped to Illinois Indiana Kentucky Michigan New Jersey New York Ohio Pennsylvania and Wisconsin the packages have the lot code zero zero six zero and to use or freeze by date of January thirty first the recall does not include Massachusetts knows how long your commute will be please listen to more was whether to date was impossible there's a place in the first world easy Boston's news radio traffic and weather in one minute this is Dan right I don't like to talk with you about my bank century bank the Sloane family who runs century bank or offering a special home equity rate of two point nine nine percent APR to celebrate the bank's fiftieth anniversary I don't think you'll find.
"danny gans" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Let free today and I messed up the time again. So there's probably plenty of people think that I'm not starting for about an hour. I'm sure they'll come figure it out. Apologize to all of them for those. That may be no one general all sense. We have our weekly show today with Brian on after hours. Live starting right after this if Brian. You're watching I apologize. I think I'm going to be a little bit late. The things I really wanted to get into and it's been a hectic tactic day but there is some important stuff to get into today. I have quite an interesting show for you that I'm going to try to get through reasonably quick and then jump over to join Brian for we can continue. Can you talk about this and whatever else but some pretty interesting stuff today things that you probably would not believe if I pass you on the street and told you this just happened. Such as Donald Trump confusing an executive order to basically say that Judaism is now a nationality right because apparently the president of the United States can determine these things for the entire higher world more information about Iran. Continue the official statement. Now that the WHO these are not Iranian proxy but yet the war in Yemen is going to keep going. I guess the reason as an justifications to be determined because that's what they said before and more about Afghanistan and a couple of other things I'm going to get into today but I want to quickly start off before I get into those. Just do a quick shout out to people in general and just wear a mad and everything. That's happening I just was actually speaking with my family about this before I would live and just the the fact that I feel truly truly blessed with everything that's going on in my life with all of you here in the chat with everybody every every day that we do show that chooses to join me here and think mm for themselves and help people recognize what's going on around the world. I'm truly blessed to have this this platform this ability to jump on here and speak and have people at least entertain from what I'm saying and just the idea that there are good people out there in the world. People like you in this chat that take the time to think for yourselves and help other people that may not expect it right right it every single day in our lives. You know that I've been dealing with things here setting things up such as the cable and there was a person I dealt with today that really went above and beyond just so far or above and beyond just because he was wanting he wanted to help me he wanted to make sure I got what I needed. Not because he was gonNA make more for or it's going to benefit him in some way but just because he's a a good person. There are people like that in the world we have to see that on a daily basis and recognize that that in fact may be the majority right as they continue to tell. Tell us that everything so bad and things are so dangerous. That is true but I truly believe that we have the majority in the world of people that want to do. Good that want to believe in the right people right and again to all supporters out there whether the you here in the chat or you out there listening somewhere all you. That are supporting me and allowing you to do what I do. I just couldn't do this this without you. I feel truly blessed every single day to jump on here and do this. I just had to get that off. My chest was such an important thing to say. But let's begin with the big topic. Here that I think is very important. I just couldn't believe that I saw this and by the way I'm going to start with just one quick screen share to show this. I know people are and I agree. I very unhappy with the way the screen insure comes across on this show. And then we'll get into the images show you but to begin the first article from times of Israel trump signs executive order combating antisemitism labeling Jews News as a nation right making Judaism a nationality which is alarming for many reasons. Right just right off. The Bat people may not understand. And if you just have no don't know the INS and outs of the story but when you begin to recognize what this is really about. It becomes quite nefarious and before we even get into that recognize. Recognize the fact that there is no way any president has the right to just do this for the world and then recognize that an executive order east this is. This is why I keep talking about ruling by one person signing a piece of paper right. This is governing by executive order. That's what this is because excutive order is not meant to be mandates that hand down to the rest of the world or even the rest of the country in by-in-large they're supposed to be orders that predominantly affect the executive branch today. It's basically just taking the place of Congress right. These are things that Congress are supposed to be doing declaring wars and declaring all the things that are happening here but even congress than and this would still not be authorized. No one has the right to just be like okay. We're now naming this nation for the world. We're now moving Jerusalem to the capital. We're now giving you the Golan Heights. We're now how saying that illegal actions in the West Bank or not illegal per se. This is what they continue to do now. He signed an executive order for the world. All to say this and oldest really does as I see it is signed into law the inability to criticize Israeli government policy. That's what this is about about or rather one of the main two things I see this being about because right now people like myself that are calling the Israeli government. They're killing innocent people. Oh you're anti Semite. While I was only talking about the government and their actions not Jewish people all really. Oh but you're anti Semite because we knew you really meant everybody. This is the argument. But it completely ignores or removes the ability to actually criticized the government's policy which is obviously paramount than any actual represent except representative government as we should know as we're seeing quickly diminished here in this country as well but what it does is signed into law as Ron. Paul always talks about about the fact that we're not allowed to criticize Israel's government because now that's the Jewish people right. That's what it is not that there aren't other people that this is. What's so frustrating? Frustrating is that Israel houses a lot of different people prophecy. They're trying to change that the government that is but now we are saying that this is just this is their nationality right. I mean there's many ways you could make this sound ridiculous by pointing out the just arbitrarily name. An entire group of religion ideology as a nation is is what they've been trying to do. That's the point of Zionism to conflate the to manipulate the story to be able to hide the actions of the government now as before. Four as you go onto the next part here which is the next part that I find this. This ties in with bead. Yes this is what it really is about at least a face value behind the scenes here but just just a quick update that I saw it. I wanted to share here on the on the updates. For Times of Israel's you can see here it says On right here gaunt's from a I love and hours ago. Gandhi says Israel going to third elections because Netanyahu wants immunity now they are going to third elections which is unprecedented and kind of ridiculous. But as this this is from criminal from Kansas Blue and white chairman Danny Gans asserts that Israel is on its way toward a third election in an under in under a year because of prime minister. Benjamin Benjamin Netanyahu's desire to obtain parliamentary immunity. In the light of three criminal indictments. He's facing so basically using this entire government and its elections to to cover himself from crimes. And this is the person trump's working with this is the person that trump is continuing to back. Even people within their own government. Think are bad and Ben against US knows ain't understand the end one of these people that's been part of all the horrible things happening Gaza but nonetheless. They're they even find hibs. Tim's actions to be just any any number of words that come to mind. I just find that to be crazy and recognize that. Even if that's not the primary motive and I I think it is. It still is happening if he were to get elected this would basically we become immune from these charges. Crazy crazy stuff. But let's get on to the next article here and this is the point that I think is very important. I mean I really believe this comes down to stopping us from being able to criticize Israel which is kind of one and the same at the end of the day but this is the other main point is to be able to stop people from participating in constitutionally protected acts of boycott which is what they've always been trying to come after we've been talking about on the show for a long time as this is entitled Trump Administration citing antisemitism on college campuses to interpret Judaism as a nationality which is exactly what just happened the executive order he signed individually saying I'm choosing this for the entire world or at least that's what they're saying the world is not going to abide by this the very least I mean I would argue that. Executive Order doesn't apply to this country by the executive branch but they're making the executive orders are rule by executive order today now. Donald Trump has signed executive order claiming that Judaism is a nationality and not just a religion. which again is exactly what Zionism has tried to do over the years? conflate the two things now just because a US president signs an executive order does not mean that is now a reality despite how the mainstream media sells it and is right now right by the wait the same mainstream media that tells us that trump is Russian agent yet then treats executive orders as absolute decrees when they agree with it. That is right. They'll let you work out that that contradiction and your brain right because oh well. He's Russian agent. Working for the Kremlin. But oh we agree with this. so He's a good. This is good right. We don't make trump. Did something good but we still praised the action. But that's an action Chin from a Russian agent of key. According to you right just recognize. That's all nonsense. It's all fake. Divide now the executive order will allow trump to take further steps to combat what they are actually naming in this anti Israel sentiments right anti Israel sentiment. That's what this is saying. But they're claiming this. This was about antisemitism right about Jewish people but yet then they actually name it anti Israel sentiment so even within the actual document. They're already going in the direction that this is meant to achieve right that Israel and Jewish people are one and the same. You're not allowed to call out Israel's crimes or even if let's say you don't think committing crimes and if and when the crime occurs or even just one of their officials carry something out such as Netanyahu's bribery charges. You're not allowed to point that out because because that's anti Semitic that's what this does which.
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"Alright we'll do that is the biggest so glad you could join us controversy brewing in Houston a police officer shot and killed it's a horrible tragedy and now the Houston police chief is going off on the and are a we have the audio to play for you coming up next segment but right now he is supporting his Vegas golden knights long sleeve shirt he is John Schaefer by the way the nights are in action tonight playing against the Chicago Blackhawks will flurry being met today that's what I want to know I would think so he was he was it here's a few days ago yeah like four days right he was practicing but but soon Bon was and that someone had a rough game he did a few days ago I don't understand this explain this to me before we get to the news okay I know nothing about hockey so I'll take it there are some people in the media that said sue Bon played a great game the other day I swear I'm not making this up somebody said to one was fantastic when you out shoot the team by two or three three times and soup on let's five get through I'm not saying every goal was his fault but how can you make that statement if you cover the team I don't understand and I I like to think I know a little bit about hockey I was a Hartford whalers season ticket holder back in the day I know a little bit about hockey sue bonded not have a good game and we need flooring back in that I think that is a fair statement to make as a biggest although expand you agree with that yes I think so but I did a great job when they were on the road for the most part yes yeah for the most part except for the last game at home right in and give it this game Sunday now that yeah is bad everybody was bad you know you can have a great game and then have lose five nothing no I didn't have a great game especially at home against a bad hockey team and it is possible to out shoot the other team and not play a good sound hockey game right and I think that's what happened the other day but anyway we'll see what happens the black ox last time they came to town I think they beat the night's awfully the nights could could get it together and they got some injuries we will see how it goes at T. mobile arena I will be there tonight for that game all right John what is going on in the news Trent Carlene around Elvis Presley tribute artist who performed it several Las Vegas resorts to dating back to the early nineteen nineties has died at the age of fifty seven Clark County officials confirm Carlini died at one twenty Sunday at centennial hills hospital no because it's been announced its foreign producers said Sunday afternoon the Carlini had suffered a major stroke Saturday details of a tribute or being planned for him in Las Vegas so young man you know remind me a little bit of Danny Gans who who died edge and Danny Gans was such a great guy I met him on several occasions he did so much for charity in Las Vegas it sucks man here some of these grand and Carlini I don't know if you ever saw him he was really good really good out of them yeah he was fantastic so thoughts and prayers out to his family very sad a portion of the Las Vegas Strip between there in Charleston was shut down last night due to a barricade at the bonanza gift store Las Vegas metro police say a woman with a knife barricaded herself inside the store then begin throwing merchandise and police when they arrived at work pepper spray eating taken into custody without incident around nine thirty last night she was she throwing Vegas mugs like at the hotel now there's a lot of seven years and they're like what Vegas T. shirts Vegas what I'm trying to think what is the most dangerous thing in that store you could throw at a police officer in that situation I was a lot of souvenirs in there I would think of Vegas mug house raise will probably pass strays maybe it would do they have those little fake slot machines in there I think so and that's the world's biggest I've sat right according to the final design roles biggest gets are there's a lot of crap in that store do they say they don't sponsor anything a a year do they John I wanna say don't but I do go there when I need to buy tacky Vegas stuff for people do you really go for that reason yeah what do you buy for your friends T. shirts whatever you need you can find anything there so you're telling me your friends call you up and say Hey I want something tacky buy me a Vegas sugar by me Vegas mug no usually it's around the holidays are a birthday or something like that I prices are cheap there then all right so you're smart enough to get a bargain absolutely southern Nevada health district reporting the Las Vegas area fifth case of respiratory illness linked to an E. cigarette or vaping products fifth case found in a person who was older than eighteen the first case in Clark County was reported back in September of the five cases one was reported using E. cigarettes with nicotine only products while for others reported using T. H. C. three of the five also reported using CBT so they're vaping stuff that they should not be the writing that is not safe that is the misconception when I always hear these stories all my god I'm vaping nicotine am I going to die well eventually probably it's not healthy for you but that they're trying to make it out to be like this is more dangerous than smoking a cigarette and I I just don't think that's the case right on my understanding these stories correctly people are putting stuff in this state that we should be putting in there that's my understanding yeah okay well was to be sure part of the beyond a part of an incident at a bed bath and beyond workers at a store in Greenville North Carolina say when they open the store yesterday someone was already inside and uninviting teenage boys camped out in the store overnight Lisa the fourteen year old was a runaway who ducked inside the store after leaving home he wasn't hurt and he was taken back to his house once store was this bed bath and beyond that bath and beyond what what do you think you chose that story because it has been in the navy you need someone at least overnight you're going somewhere with bad that is true I'm trying to think if I need to ace hardware that's true if you if you're looking for a place to sleep bed bath and beyond is profit splits as you could go to that's actually a warehouse that probably a good place Mr not any furniture store not like a dollar store those those are on comp now now we're bonanza gifts I will just break into a hotel room I mean that's another option is is it not you because your hopefully it's it's a it's vacant that's that's the only thing you could all right Mister Schaper let's hope the Vegas golden knights get a W. today the T. mobile arena against the Chicago Blackhawks they need don't I don't it's got all right Mr Shafer appreciate it thank you for joining us with the news we will see you bright and early tomorrow so as I mentioned coming up here in our number two we have the minister stretch Sanders that is going to be joining us he is planning to shut down Fremont street because of a homeless ordinance he is holding a protest so he'll be joining us in the ten AM hour and boy do I have a lot of questions to get to with them but I want to discuss this story quickly and then we'll we'll take some calls and we'll dive more into it in this next segment but doubt Houston police department chief art Acevedo spoke to the media yesterday just a short time after one of his officers were shot and killed this is just a few days after keep that in mind as the violence dispute one of his officers was called up to the scene and the boyfriend who apparently had battered his girlfriend before took out a gun and shot this cop shooting him dead right there so it is a horrible tragedy from the Houston police department right it's terrible well this police chief is once again now challenging lawmakers to pass key legislation that would bar abusers from owning a firearm he said I don't want to hear about how much they support law enforcement he told these reporters he said I don't want to hear about how much they care about the sanctity of lives I want to play you a cut from the police chief here so this is the police chief speaking just two days after one of his police officers lost his life we all non.
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"Here's a guy. Bits very little respect they tell you last night my wife. She met the Dole or nothing but a negligee problem issue is just getting home. Of course there's the king also what you enjoy voices presents another Joe. Joe Patchy -pecially finding how Twenty Fund Away Twenty. How come UNCLOUDED I? I Made A freaking Muzio. Well he's obviously a super talented guy. And a Lotta Fun joys also an author and Public Speaker is book is entitled. It'll good things are supposed to happen to you. They've certainly happened to Joey and he's here to share his story. And maybe some more characters with us so joey voices. Let's go on Mike. What a treat? This isn't only have one guy. I've got a thousand guys. Maybe a few women in the studio with Chino. Or should I say lieutenant. Colonel Frank Slade U. S. retired. Who Know there you go? He's Joey Voices Aka Joey noon and you and I have crossed paths for years the years and it's a small world a world of stand up and performances an absolutely and I gotta tell you. Help me earl throughout my career. You've had me on on your show a few different times when you are over. I'm busy and I gotTa Tell Ya i WanNa thank you for that and now forgot that. Well that's the thing about What we all do we? We need each other and and we want to support each other. First of all congratulations. We're going to talk about your new book. We're GONNA talk about your performing and all that but you look fantastic. You've look as happy as I've ever seen very very happy and I gotTa tell you went to crisis at forty. I'm forty seven now and it took me a while to get out of it but I had to learn once I graduated seminary Got Got a massive theology at the seminary going to be administered but it was just too time consuming. It would add to give up performing. I didn't really want to do that. So so Once I graduated I started studying the law of attraction and quantum entanglement which is above a lot of people's heads. But it was mind to until I got into studying it. And it's really about the law of Energy and the human magnetism that we have and and that's generated from your thoughts and once I learned that I learned how to come out of that midlife crisis and it was the Lord. Obviously I'm I'm Chris Right. WHO's gone that? Got Me through all of that and taught me the science of quantum tangled in action. We'll we'll jump back and forth if you don't mind but the the Rico Petrocelli Intro Rico. One of the Great Red Sox stars of all time one of my father's favorites and he really summed it up Because he's a man of the Lord is well Christian tune. We'll we'll talk more about that but let's back up a little bit because where emanating from Boston Austin of course. That's everybody knows how that's where I'm from and you're a kid who grew up where and Mauldin. Yeah okay. which is a suburb right outside the city? Did you know at an early age aged that you'd be doing this at forty seven on the youngest of eight kids for boys four girls and in a in a very competitive Irish family and I'm the only one my parents planned and my father sent me a birthday economy twenty fifth birthday and he says EPI twenty fifth birthday three only one we plant record a century also call them. I WANNA Forni says hey but by doing. He's doing ace ace said. Oh grace's says happy birthday. I said thanks. Did you really mean you wrote in the God. He says short says well. Daddy says I'm twenty five. What took you so long? I was busy as well. I guess you were raising kids all those jobs he says I I. I don't know what to say. I love you thank you. Don't thank me. Thank you mother. I was going to have a second me so as a kid. It was really hyper and I suppose growing up in a large family like I did. You'd need energy like gave me to be able to stand out and get attention because you perform in in your family unit to try to stand out and get your among a. That's what I did as a kid not realizing it I mean music was my thing I took to music and mimicking the radio. It was a natural thing for me. Just trying to sound like what I heard trying to mimic it and I got better as I got older. And when not to Vegas about nineteen years ago and I Zarghami Danny Gans Lake de again and I said wow it was like God sent me there. I said that guy is doing what I've been doing naturally So once once I realized he paved the road and I realize I put it in his show. Make money and you unique. I came back to Boston. And that's just what I did and Joey voices no not only in the New England area but but across the country all over the place. You're living that childhood dream. Yes but you know I I the idea of doing You know impersonation the nation or or characters is one thing but then being able to sing as these wonderful characters out started out so mute talk about the music first of all were you trained. Does your vocal. I never took singing lessons until two thousand two thousand and one thousand two. My my good friend is Gary Sharon from The lead singer for extreme. Yes more than words that scares troy. Hudson mess you know modernists all Shari's from Malda Mouse. There were some from Hudson. I know that because my late wife used to teach there and there was okay. Delay with anyway doesn't matter okay. So so I grew up next door to his mother was my gym teacher at the High School. While my has now was a world a war two vet. He was mulling guy the whole family. I used to cut through their backyard. You get amorous park so I grew up with Gary and his brothers guys a little older than me but I ran Kinda Gary on Newbury Street one day and I told he was house the voice he says I know you start not create Hajjah voice and I says you know it's it's good to go. It's it can get a little tired sometimes as you call my friend mock BACKSTA. He's my vocal coach. And he's Steven Tyler's vocal coach and he's vocal coach trains. The cast of rent rent whole bunch of other famous people get studios in Boston. LA IN NEW YORK. I called Mike back on the voice mail. Twenty minutes eight eight calls me back. Listen come into my on Tuesday and we'll we'll get you started From there on out my voice gets stronger and stronger. Did you learn breath. Control taught me breathing exercises how to preserve my voice hot to warm up my voice make it stronger. And if it wasn't for Mike Baxter and Gary Sharon Evans who you know right. Sure and if it wasn't for those guys in in Gash round centimeter Mark Baxter. I don't know if I'd still be doing what I'm doing today. You do have to have for the kind of work you do an amazing ear. You've got to be able to hear something and then pick it apart to know how to take it and put it back together again. So what was the first great impression of yours when you were a young. What was what was the Michael Jackson? You easiest one though I mean I haven't done a long time but I can do it a little bit. She's on a Malay- you've you've gotta live down on the women who don't know where the that's very good. Yeah hiree high range. When I was a kid I could hit the high notes? Now is an adult. It's it's harder but still do a little bit like she's on live so I can do that much but when it goes to the high notes. It's a lot harder so it's interesting I followed your career and I've seen you in action and you literally have dozens dozens if not hundreds of of voices out there. Is that problem though. Somebody says hey this guy says he does a thousand voices. Can you do Joe Schmo that nobody ever I heard I mean D- do people challenge you other words. Sure they do even Danny Gans said I don't do everybody's voice. I'm going to a lot of people's voices but everybody's voice so sometimes people say. Can you do this chances. I you know I might be able to but then again maybe not. You've tried some. That are just really out of your ball. BALLPARK audie arrange Louis. Armstrong was very hard to get. My eyes would water and had to just practice it a thousand times until like voice was comfortable with it and it was like Hello Dolly. This is Louise's uh-huh so denies you back where you belong Oria. Well people should obviously know that they probably know this in any way. But you're doing the voice the body the whole bit and you become the character absolutely right and you have to run danger but I got to get the face until you know respect I tell you no respect at all. I'll tell you my wife and I. We were happy for twenty years younger than we met when we walked in together And settle. Oh you immediately showed me your Deniro which is spot on. And it's the face the Deniro higher. Yo you know. Assent his Robert Deniro by an ice cream from Louis. H Cream in okay Louis Louis but what am I scream Louis. I'm gonNA break your legs. I will break your legs. A will put them back together. I will break them again. You M E NA always welcome you with the Italian Nice Nice. I really like.
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"Danny Gans lowered ed McMahon it was a famous the guy that would perform give like this to our speech Walter no one knows what Walter was very friendly can gets up there and whatever two and a half minutes makes the greatest speech in the history of the United States do you know the person's name I forget his name no one ever remembers the open at the whole more universal ticket a job you want to sell to sure a lot of large though yeah yeah yeah Hey was selling teachers the reference to job you no longer dozens of like I November nineteen by the way Abraham Lincoln is responsible for thanksgiving get together yeah yeah November nineteenth nineteen eleven New York received the first Marconi wireless transmission from Italy well you know what it's not anybody at good book it is it is a New York your pizza sock okay nineteen eighty on the state's CBS band Calvin Klein gene add that feature Brooke shields we all remember that excuse some yeah hello yeah that that's the one word she was sick that's because I was not twin me in my counter she's implying she's not wearing underwear yeah eight feet tall I got to tell you that when I was like twelve or one anything like that okay she was someone else yeah she's great interesting it was love movie I snuck into that this on the Raynaud West Virginia handy so let us into the right at our once they but obviously they wouldn't like that then add like that today now with even sexual Ising at you know twelve year old with no but she was older within the commercial yeah I was twelve that makes it are you know you guys a call of a party right you know just don't be silly about if you wear underwear okay instead of getting Christa and ruin my jeans to wear was mom's listening I was kicked once another no Reno's mom's a second try this is a way to kind of get some info here for you know the mom's list and I don't care check reference milli Vanilli earlier in the show on this date in November nineteenth nineteen ninety they were stripped of their Grammy Award after revelations they did not sing on their album came to light still some fun songs I don't think that would happen today what it would anybody care well today that actually have them sing and is buried in the mix which they should have done that anyway but a lot easier yeah and the songs may hold up which is the point is they had nothing to do with them yeah it was like two guys at work at a gas station in Baltimore something weird that lift the weights a lot did you see that what's your name Janet Jackson people were storming out of her shell yeah he was very clear that she wasn't doing the singing it was all it was Jimmy jam it was Terry Lewis is recorded and she was lip sinking badly that's what you have to do in your whole act is dancing he can't sing and run around like that was you are we were not the only.
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"From breast cancer she was seventy five years old Cokie Roberts was known for her pioneering work as a high profile woman in broadcasting at a time when the field is dominated by men she began her broadcast career with national public radio in the late seventies joining A. B. C. news in nineteen eighty eight and two thousand one the media watchdog group fairness and accuracy in reporting criticize Cokie Roberts reporting awarding her a so called Pulitzer Prize speaking on the David Letterman show in two thousand one she said quote I am I will just confessed you a total sucker for the guys to stand up with all the ribbons on and stuff and if they say it's true and I'm ready to believe it and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report I mean a good man. number one than solid welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Israel is facing more political turmoil as its national elections Tuesday remain too close to call with ninety two percent of the vote counted a prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party an ex military chief Benny Gantz is blue and white party appear to be nearly tied with about thirty two seats in the Knesset Netanyahu was seeking a record fifth term as prime minister but his political future is now in question of the election was called after Netanyahu failed to build the coalition government following an election in April it also came as Netanyahu is facing possible indictments over multiple corruption cases but Netanyahu Langhans had run on platforms vowing to take harsh measures targeting Palestinians Netanyahu promised to annex nearly a third of the occupied west bank if he won in violation of international law earlier this year against bragged in a campaign ad he'd bombed Gaza back to the stone ages any vow to quote pounded Gaza again as chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces guns oversaw Israel's assault on Gaza in two thousand twelve and two thousand fourteen he's currently facing a war crimes lawsuit in a Dutch court file by a judge Palestinian woman who lost six relatives in Israel's two thousand fourteen assault on Gaza on Tuesday night Gans said he had fulfilled his mission by preventing Netanyahu's outright reelection. I need some air I am happy in very excited to be here tonight we will of course await the actual results but as it seems we filled our mission and just as important we filled it our way. one can say that according to the results as they appear to be Netanyahu did not succeed in his mission meanwhile on Tuesday night Israeli prime minister Netanyahu did not claim victory or concede defeat in a in a speech to his supporters. I had a car Israel needs a strong government stable government scientists government a government that is committed to Israel as a national state for the Jewish people it can't be a government that is being supported by parties which are anti Zionist close election could result in the far right former defense minister Viktor Lieberman becoming the king maker as both dance and Lieberman attempt to form a coalition government as both guy and send Netanyahu attempt to form a coalition government we go now to Jerusalem where we're joined by the Palestinian Attorney Diana Bluetooth she's a former adviser to Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas services policy adviser about Shabaka the Palestinian policy network her latest piece for the nation is headlined the Israeli elections are a referendum on who can treat Palestinians most harshly down in there to welcome to democracy now your take on the election so far. well so far it's not clear it's not clear who will be the ultimate Victor I can tell you who will be the ultimate loser and that's the Palestinian people this is because both that's now and Ganz have come out very strongly against Palestinians this was not for example a referendum on the more than fifty year military occupation but instead it was a campaign that was filled with racist statements on the part of Netanyahu urging people to vote because the Arabs were out voting out large numbers and with with Ganz also saying that he was intending to crush Gaza so the we don't know yet who who the Victor will be but we certainly do know who the loser will be and that will be those who don't want to see apartheid those who don't want to see a continuation of the occupation and those who do want to see freedom and and data book so you've mentioned Dufferin says that there was no discussion in this campaign of the Jewish nation state law that was passed the last year and which really calls it deeply into question any Israeli claims to be in a democratic state could you talk about that. yes certainly in fact none of the party platforms with the exception of the one anti Zionist plot at the end of sinus group called the joint list none of the even mentioned words like occupation or had a platform when it came to Palestinian freedom or even mention the words in the word equality instead of the all of the political parties across the spectrum with expert with the exception of the joint list really came out and said that this needs to be a Jewish state they need step to pervert preserve the idea of a Jewish majority and Jewish superiority and to none of them really had anything to say about Palestinian freedom so in sum total when we were looking at this election as a Palestinian who's a citizen of Israel this really was an election in a quick and U. S. terms of between trump versus trump with no real difference between the candidates and certainly no difference between the the political parties and platforms and what about the joint listed it group David Grohl all in numbers so based on the results so far. yes our what we did see was that they the joint list ran a very strong campaign the campaign that was aimed at stopping the the extreme right wing fascist party a party that has a hat that is labeled as a terrorist party in it in the United States the attempt was to try to get as many people out to vote so that this party would be stopped and indeed they did succeed in that not only succeeded but they've increased their numbers to yet another another seat what was very interesting in their campaign was that the campaign is not just a campaign that targets Arab voters it's a campaign that targets the Jewish Israeli laughed and says to the Jewish Israeli left if you really believe in at the end to the occupation if you really believe in equality ours is the only party that has that platform and we did see that they manage to secure votes from from Jewish Israeli voters as well because the fact that there is really no alternative there the ship all of the other parties were we're competing over how harsh they could be against Palestinians not in terms of what vision they have for freedom or a quality I'd like to turn to the Democratic Union Knesset candidates stops your fear she was first elected to the Knesset as a member of the labor party in two thousand thirteen becoming the youngest woman lawmaker in Israeli history she told CNN Tuesday the majority of Israelis support a two state solution this is what she said. most Israeli citizens are not like nothing yeah we have even after forty years of mostly right wing governments we have sixty five percent of Israelis who support a two state solution between Israel and the Palestinians that's the most safe solution it's the most moral solution that we all support but nothing now at the moment regardless of what he actually believes in and of what our security system supports the entire Israeli security system is cross two state solution and a clear border between us and the Palestinians with the now at the moment we'll do everything that he can in order to establish to build the governments and escape trial to pass legislation that will prevent the justice system and prevent parliament from putting him in trial and from getting into prisons because of his corruption cases Diana due to your response and the significance of stops your fear has. it's very interesting that she says this given that her own party platform didn't mention ending the occupation didn't at all talk about the two state solution and she was aligned with a hood Barak who is also a member of her a political party this is the former Israeli prime minister who propagated the the false claim that there was no Palestinian peace partner and who himself was the person who was but was responsible for killing thirteen Palestinian citizens of Israel in October of two thousand when the second intifada started so it's wonderful that she has this outlook at this point in time when the election is done but it would have been obviously much better for her to have had this thought this outcome this vision from the beginning articulated that vision in the beginning and been pushing for Netanyahu and and other parties to actually end to the occupation rather than continuing to perpetuate it and I want to ask you about Netanyahu's pledge early this month to annex a third of the west bank it free elected despite the widespread condemnation has proposed a received his main political rival Danny Gans offered no criticism instead claim Netanyahu took the idea from him dances blue and white coalition said the Jordan Valley is called a part of Israel for ever Netanyahu drafted a plan to see the Jordan Valley in two thousand fourteen were happy Netanyahu's come around to adopt the blue and white planned to recognize the Jordan Valley he said this is Netanyahu announcing his pledge to annex the third of the west bank last week. I owe money will be all covered up to you today I'm announcing my intention to apply with the formation of the next government Israeli sovereignty on the Jordan Valley and northern dead sea and of the two what would this mean and it doesn't matter if I their guns or Netanyahu is prime minister given each is claiming it's the A. I'd is own idea. the fascinating thing is that it's been condemned by the entire world but it's been applauded inside Israel so it shows you exactly where the Israeli public lies when you see the it has now who bragging about this plan and other parties also coming forward and bragging about it and the so called center a centrist Gantz coming forward and not just bragging about about claiming that it's his own you can see exactly where the thinking lies inside Israel that they believe that they are above the law they believe that that the policies are beneath the law and that they can do whatever they want and this is why it is vitally important for us to keep our eyes on the fact that whether it is guns that's going to be an office or not you know that's going to be in office for Palestinians the outcome is going to be the same and this is also why it's very important for the BDS the boycott divestment sanctions movement to be become even stronger because that is the only way that Israel is going to be stopped well I on Tuesday Israel's far right former defense minister big door Lieberman call for a national unity government you mentioned to be formed as what he said. our horoscopes a cop we have only one option when national liberal broad government compromising Israel by ten new food and.
"danny gans" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of. why hawks become Doug and he he is the book is phenomenal he's phenomenal and you can read his article in today's C. N. N. will blog and I want you to take a look it's great that I have to tell you there was a headline and this guy can address prime minister Netanyahu today advise to supporters that voting is more important than sex yeah he really said that so what you know from guy why would he say a thing like that. I saw that tweet I don't know how much he had to do with it because I don't think use directly involved with his social media captain but they're trying to appeal to you younger people it last year I last April he went to the beach in Tel Aviv on election day to urge people to get out of the beach and go and vote and so these are just tactics and all kinds of gimmicks I would say that he and his team are using to you rally rally the troops now I gotta ask about that against former chief of staff leading a political party that's brand new I guess really not left or right sort of in the center what kind of guy is Danny Gans no pun intended. we don't know too much about his political views because he has been keeping his cards very close to his chest based on an interview that I conducted for my for my research I can tell you that he is in line with the other former IDF cheeks and stop security officials who I want to see Israel and the status quo and move towards he states Alicia is not going to say so right now but that's where he is is dance a hawk or a dove. well I don't think here's and you can easily label him but by two days. standards by today's political standards in Israel he would be closer to the center last I can't the problem now is that there hasn't really been much of an opposition in Israel in many years and that's partly due to Netanyahu's ability to to kind of set the tone and to set the discourse and do so while delegitimize de legitimizing the last and and kind of any and all critics also of course due to the collapse of the peace process the failure at camp David I am not a July two thousand and and so there's kind of a general sense that there's no there's no real point in talking about the peace process when there's nobody can negotiate with now I personally don't agree that there's nobody to go she with but that's kind of been the mantra in Israel for a long time and that serves Bibi Netanyahu well and so glances ideas why rock the boat wide wide bring that up and let's focus on other issues let's focus on BB Netanyahu answer the last couple of elections are really banned a referendum on the ten yeah I would self rather than really delve into the issues is this election a referendum on TV. yes once again this is a referendum on BB and that we'll see how it goes tomorrow but it's so far that that that strategy hasn't panned out for the opposition. right my guest is geyser of we have another half an hour with guys on the east coast he's been very generous with his time given the time difference when we come back I want to talk about the Arab parties in Israel are they going to act as a unit and what will they do and we have callers who want to ask you some more questions so we'll do all that and more again my guest is guys if he is assistant professor of international relations at American University school of international service and he is the author of a book that I highly commend to you if you go to Amazon you'll be able to get it why hawks become dogs I'm John Rothman delighted to be with you right here on KGO..
"danny gans" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"The show on the m you mentioned you always do some of those early songs like hound dog. I guess, people just expect it and kinda demand. Right. Can do show without doing hound dog, especially if there's a younger younger people out there? I mean every kid loves the song hound dog. So then every girl loves the song love me tender, you have to do them. And then what about the later, Elvis, because that was really he was doing some different stuff all good. Just a different type of music, kind of evolved as music. He he was doing what was popular at the time. And that's how he stayed, you know, he reinvented himself if you think about it from the fifties Elvis to what he was doing in the seventies. I mean you have to reinvent yourself to exactly going. One last thing is you're doing this Vegas. He's really the guy responsible for this whole idea of residencies, which we now take for granted around here. Right. Coming out here. There's nothing like that anymore out here, you know, we had residencies like we had Danny Gans before it is all kind of stopped, like big time. Stop. We had Danny Gans we had Siegfried and ROY way Newton Sinatra and Elvis, Presley Liberace. Yeah. Elvis was the one that started all out. He had he brought so many people here from all over the world because he was such a huge star. And it's amazing that he had a bad. His first trip back in the fifties was sort of a disaster, Cecchi green. Wow. And he came out on stage and people just. Right. Math. Real soft wasn't his audience. Now it wasn't as audience at all. His audience grew up with him and came back and it was whole different ballgame. The idea for that age that Vegas is a fun place gonna go see the superstar, but then we're going to have fun out there opened up the city to a whole new group of people open. The city of a whole new group of people Vegas. Was that ratpac seen back in the old days, which was out of love to witness that, you know, but, but Elvis did you know he was part of an iconic culture him him and him and that crowd grew up together? But it was funny. I hear them talk about the, the rat pack and those guys like you, I would have loved to have seen. But the one thing I see different as those guys were having fun. They were slurring songs Elvis. Personally in the sense that his stuff was always perfect. I mean he wasn't the. Performances were important. It's funny because that that same crowd of people. Learn to appreciate him in the seventies, right? Because he's he was singing. You know, romantic, not romantic, but he was singing songs at the time and they were all goods tongs and you can't deny that. The song my life who can take that from Sinatra. But he put his own. My way. What now my love. I'll remember you. Those are all kind of jazz songs that even Sinatra covered. Exactly. That's what you're trying to do too much. You gotta you gotta do something for everybody. And I think Elvis did. Well, you gotta see him just in Chandler at the m hotel, July six tickets available. I assume everywhere you can go, of course, to the hotel to hotel website. Speaking of websites when we should send them to yours is a great website. Feel for what's website, Justin, shadow dot com and follow me on Facebook. Facebook, Justin Shanidar Instagram. We will do thank you so much forward to seeing again. Thank you. Thanks for having.
"danny gans" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Justin Shandor make sure to see him on Saturday, July six at the m resort spa and casino. The show on the m you mentioned you always do some of those early songs like hound dog people. I guess, people just expect it and kind of demand. Right. You can't do show without doing hound dog, especially if this younger younger people out there. I mean, every kid loves the song hound dog so and every girl loves the song love me tender, you have to do. And then what about the later, Elvis, because that was really he was doing some different stuff. All good. Just a different type of music, kind of evolved as music all, he, he was doing what was popular at the time. And that's how he stayed he reinvented himself. If you think about it from the fifties, Elvis to what he was doing in the seventies. I mean you have to reinvent yourself. Exactly going one last thing is, is you're doing this data's he's really the guy responsible for this whole idea of residencies, which we now take for granted around here. Right. I mean coming out here. There's nothing like that anymore out here, you know, we had residencies like we had Danny Gans before it is all kind of stopped, like big time. Stop. We had, Danny Gans. We had Siegfried and ROY way Newton Sinatra and Elvis, Presley Liberace too. Yeah. Elvis was the one that started all out. He had he brought so many people here from all over the world because he was such a historic, and it's amazing that he had a bad his first trip back in the fifties was sort of disaster. Cleveland Cecchi green. Wow. He came out on stage and people. Just right, laugh thrill. Soft wasn't his audience? No, it wasn't as audience at all his audience grew up with him and came back to Vegas. And it was whole different ballgame. And kind of give you the idea for that age, that a Vegas is a fun place. We're gonna go see the superstar, but then we're also going to have fun out there opened up the city to a whole new group of open the city of a whole new. But people Vegas was that ratpac seen back in the old days, I would have loved to witness, you know, but, but Elvis did you know he was part of an iconic culture him him and him and that crowd all grew up together what it was funny. I hear them talk about the, the rat pack and those guys like you I would love to have seen it. But the one thing I see different as those guys were having fun. They were slurring songs, Elvis took it personally in the sense that his stuff was always perfect. I mean he wasn't the. His performances were important because that, that same crowd of people. Learn to appreciate him in the seventies, right? Because he's he was singing, romantic, romantic. But he was singing songs at the time, and they were all goods tongs and you can't deny that the song my wife who can take that from Sinatra. But he put his own on my way. What now my love. I'll remember you. Those are all kind of jazz songs that even Sinatra covered. Exactly, so that's you're trying to do too much. You gotta you gotta do something for everybody. And I think Elvis did that. Well, you gotta see him just in Chandler at the m hotel, July. Six tickets are available. I assume everywhere you can go. Of course, the hotels tuggle to the hotel website. Speaking of websites when we should send them to yours is a great website. Get feel for what's the website, Justin, shadow dot com and follow me on Facebook. Facebook, Justin Shandor Instagram. We will do thank you so much. Florida seeing again. Thank you. Thanks for having me. Time now for your Vegas insiders, Scott Rovan vital, Vegas dot.
"danny gans" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Need a girl strep needed to get away from on that my babies, I love them. But I didn't break what's. Played so much. I look up and the. Those. You. Over-complex. Me too. The. Grounding. That is breathing. All right. City so you I don't know what it is. But has the greatest radio agent in all the world who negotiated the most amazing vacation package? Remember she signed the morning show on vacation. Just you just me. You, you signed do the show and then immediately vacation. It was a remarkable move. I give you credit. None of us have figured that out four years ago yesterday. She was here. They want to drain the two week vacation for almost six months. And then I mean, in hindsight, it was three days show. What are you planning, you're, you're going to get you going to leave the twins vacation for yourself service? I need a break you guys. I just I need even if it's just one night away, does need a little bit. Like some girl time Vegas sh night. Sure. One night in the perfect place a surprise for you. Then I have a surprise for you. If you're gonna do one night in Vegas. I a surprise with you. The initials are GS, okay. GS are you there? I am your antidote to your replace baby diaper night. Vegas show hook you up with a VIP table. Some baby Mertz. Is this? We're in everybody does it. I see these girls come to my show. They are having the best tie. All dolled up. It's their big night out. They leave the baby at home. So fun. I'm in, I'm in a thousand percent right now. Tanya. Don't you need one, strapping security guy, like me to make sure you're safe, strong security guard guided come hang out at our? Drink just to make sure that, you know, everybody's respect for you to yourself a hundred percent. Shakes. See you haven't been there yet. I know I would love to see it's so cool. The because I was thinking about this win. So the Vegas residencies growing up, you grew up to like the Vegas residencies were like Danny Gans and Tom Jones, and like my parents favorites. Right. And now they're so cool. Yeah. We're the parents. No, it's actually current cool stuff. It's so different because you have people that are like you like this is gonna be a big night out. Right. It's like it takes a lot of effort to babies at home and get on the plane. But once you get there it is like it's a blowout, if feels like that, at the show, it's, it's so different than just a Raila tour. Have so many songs that everybody knows backdrop to all of our lives. You know what I mean? And so is very nostalgic. And, and we have like it's like I was able to put so much into the costumes and the production because it's not like going on towards like I just put it in a storage down the street infant. I bring it out when I come back, it's so interesting to hear you say soundtrack to allies, because I'm looking and I'm gonna spoil it, but I'm looking at a set list here. I think this is the one and I'm looking at songs that throughout my career. I can remember where I was what radio station I was working at and what the intro time is don't speak. I remember six seconds. Along insurance. I could say the whole stations name on spider web used to be my voicemail when I would you call me, it'd be like sorry home right now. Great. But it's it is remarkable. When you look at these titles to think about all of the different chapters in your life and your fans lives to true, I know the sweetest gape for me when that first came out I still backing, let's do now. I can't help it being a good mood. When I hear it. Yeah, it just puts you in a in a good mood. I mean it is true like music has such an impact on so many people love to see the generations are influenced by you know. And I remember that too, I remember when you first started, you're kind of playing just for your peers, you're, you're playing for people that are you? Yeah. I remember we don't speak, and it started getting, like whoa. There's like it's like it got broader. I remember being on tour. And there was this little boy, this is my last tour, by the way, they've been around a while. And there's this little boy about ten years old. And she had to sign it was like I've been bullied my whole life. And the only reason I provide your meeting. How do you how do you even know who I am? And like, I brought him up on stage and it all went viral like this whole moment, and I brought him back stage to meet my kids, and it was just like his mom had brought him in like six thirty in the morning to wait in the front, so that he could beat the very front of the stage. But just to me, like I to have someone that young to know all the songs, and boy, I would imagine how grateful his mom is maybe met her. And she told you, but, like as a parent, your parents, imagine knowing that your son is going through that. And then the remedy was your music. I'm sure she was emotional to. Well, Greg ticket to Vegas, residency. I'm just a girl are available at TicketMaster dot com. Sis girls trip out there. Gwen. Thank you so much. I can have them back. Oh, no babies. Thirteen month old twins. I need a break. So lucky that happen to, you know, I can't I still look at them every single day. And, and just think the Lord above, and they're here, because it's a miracle a little onesies. The best. All right, guys. Thanks for calling. On the radio. Every day, anytime. All right. Vegas by GS would be the perfect way to spend rate the weekend or night, she's.
"danny gans" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Network for making the show happened. Thanks Daniels work in the dials and big thanks for tuning in. We really do predate it get the follow us on Twitter, Dr Dalia in Facebook that Dolly show, so this cut my I when I was pregnant I was given a prescription prenatal vitamin. And it was good. In fact, this prenatal vitamins pre-care had a stool softener in it. You know, me I love it love because when you're pregnant you have a lot of protests thrown you guys kind of get the whole hormone thing when you're pregnant and how it works. It's a lot suppler than it sounds. Okay. Let's say I'm not pregnant, and I'm in my twenties. Okay. I know. I know we're really, okay. We really are putting our thinking caps on that one. Okay. So was my twenties. Okay. And I was a girl Mary didn't affects my body though is built to have a baby. I mean, not to be politically incorrect or to stereotype women, but a woman's body by nature is brilliantly designed somebody baby that's kind of what it's designed designed to do other things too. But it's you know, that's why women are different than men we have uteruses and ovaries and things like that right over I because we are designed to be able to house the baby. We're animals. So. You start your cycle. They want. And estrogen slowly starts to increase. You. Don't get big spikes in it, but you know, supposed to slowly increase progesterone supposed to slowly kind of increase, but not too much. And if ideas fourteen bits cycle, you got a little bit of a spike where the body basically tells the ovaries to shoot out an ache. Mid cycle. Meanwhile, the progesterone is still rising to build up the uterine lining. In Asia progesterone to build and maintain the union lining because if you pregnant it can't be dry and empty from your last period. So there has to be some cushion there. So you start to build up some lining. Meanwhile, day fourteen I call the happy leak because that's when you're estrogen is kind of at its highest. You it you're over get stimulated. Follicle? Funicular stimulating hormone. You have a whole variety of other hormones involved, but or signals involved, but you then ovulate roughly fourteen for some of you day twelve for some of your day sixteen the eleven thirteen anyway, roughly around that time. Now your body's progesterone keeps building. All right. She may be getting pregnant now and the next two days because it takes a couple of days with the sperm to swim up the canal get into the tube. And it takes a couple of days for the over to come down the philosophy of tube. So now's the progesterone starts to rise and more is even more. So now, you're building nice cushion. So eggs there in the tube. And in my case. Nope, no sperm wanted to come there. So my eggs starts to travel down. And then it lands we in the interest since it's not. Fertilized? No signals are going to the brain. So what is happening? Is the body's like all right? You know, what it's a non fertilize AIG. We gotta get ready for the next round dump it. So now the progesterone drops. And as progesterone drops, you start to shed the lining, then you go into your period. You finish up the cycle. And now you're back today. One again. So now, I'm married Korean. I lead side to get pregnant. I'm not gonna details. We're not gonna go to the details. Even though I believe it was June. Fourth is one I conceived my son, but we won't go there. Hyun fourth nineteen ninety nine after I watched Danny Gans. And I was like core obviating we've gotta do. Now. He's finished to the show. We'll finish. Oh. So anyway. We really scientific about it. So now, here's the it. Obviated Hyun Jun six firms there. They met. Now, I have fertilized. That fertilized egg gives off a lot of signals. The bodies. Well, what my hips start to widen. I'm like really my hips have to widen already. What? Now things starts, relax. You get relaxed. And you got a hormone that sort of relax them the cartilage of the joints. What the hell is. Right. And then all of a sudden you start making more glandular breast tissue glands in the uterus. And it's still dividing. Now, the body is hearing. Okay, wait a second guys without a fertilizer. Really? I never thought she was going. I don't ask don't ask. That's not for us to provide commentary. Just we gotta do our job. Well, what's the baby? Gonna look like. I mean, I, you know, the baby comb their hair googly eyed, doesn't matter doesn't matter. She's pregnant let's make this work. Do we really want her to propagate, the it's not our business? We gotta work for Dr Dalia. Let's do it. So anyway, now, they do not shed do not drop any more progesterone lining. Don't do it. We need the buffer. We need the betting so up the protest route up the process road. And now professor, and so now you start to thicken, and you now you start to make your room and all that other good stuff. Okay, babies like, we I'm like, why am I hips wide? What what I was skinny what what's going on here? Then the mother-in-law calls, and then I'm like, what's what's going on here? Meanwhile, babies having so when you start getting that boost them for gesture, oh, you could get pimple. You can start getting some weight, you don't bleed sometimes women will bleed, and we have to add progesterone because they're professional may not be enough to keep that baby. That's something. We can do intervene these days, but luckily good the problem is is pretty constipated. Now as a mom, you're now, making two babies or you're making a baby and you're supposed to take care of yourself and so- prenatal vitamins offer, the vitamins that you may not be absorbing because you're gonna be starting to you know, knock on pickles. And also make sure you get your full of acid. So we could avoid neural tube defects neurological. Disabilities in babies doesn't always work. But it it it helps so these prenatal vitamins full of acid, they have your other vitamins. And then of course, some may add a little still softener, but that's not technically a prenatal vitamin. That's like something that's an extra. Well study is come out coming from the university of Atta we'll do that's my alma mater, say that prescription prenatal vitamins are no better than the over the counter pills. And they're double the price. So we're spending a lot of money on our pre deals sometimes it costs a hundred eighty bucks a month. According to research, Rachel Kelly at the university.
"danny gans" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"But. It's just great. It's great the shows the dinners, and if you wanna gamble, and when I say gamble, you don't have to to sit at a blackjack table and try to go on a run and win ten thousand you can sit down at a penny slot machine, and you can get free cocktails, and you can just sit there and play and have fun and people watch it Vegas is great, man. It really the best casino the hottest casino right now. That's a tough question. My wife, and I got married at Balaj you. So that's always our favorite to win the win. It's hot the Venetian is unbelievable. You have the the aria which is a new hotel that area right there on the strip held the city center where the hockey team plays right there in the casinos around that aria and. The hollywood. And and and but I'm I'm of the the school that Bellagio. The win and the beneath are are three properties that you. You cannot go wrong right there in the heart of the strip. And then listen, do you want school Rainman days? Gotta stop in a Caesar's palace. Roy be Caesar's. I've lost money. Every one of those casinos, Brandon. I prefer losing my money Balaj you as as same same as you. What what was the last time we were out there? And by the way, you're right. The shows are unbelievable. I saw the Chris angel one. I thought was good. I saw for the first time. I've I've seen I've seen love. I've seen a lot of man, those things are absolutely incredible. Yeah, they are. And and people don't realize. Danny Gans passed away. But he was rich little on steroids and people are really do the twelve days of Christmas in twelve different voices. Twelve different. And that was his that's how he ended. It was the twelve days of Christmas with twelve different people changing into that person perfectly to this day. One of the most fascinating things. But and they're still they're still shows here that I haven't seen because you just get the point when you're living here like I live in southern islands, which is literally a fifteen minute drive straight down the freeway to the strip, but it just just have. No, you know, we'll go down and have dinner at prime it at Babylon, you state places are all go off and go to Morton's. I mean, it's it's you don't really feel like you're.