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Bonus Episode: Did America have a Christian founding? A conversation with author Mark David Hall

The Daily Article

25:31 min | 10 months ago

Bonus Episode: Did America have a Christian founding? A conversation with author Mark David Hall

"You're listening to a bonus episode of the daily Article podcast presented by the Denison Forum. The following bonus episode of Innocent Forms Interview with author. Mark David Hall was recorded in early, two thousand twenty hall refers to a couple of court cases that were then under way which have just recently been decided. please. Enjoy this interview with the author of did. America have Christian founding. Doctor Hall thank you so much for joining us today and very much looking forward the conversation to discuss your. The. Star offers I would love it if. kind of Kim seems like it came out of the tales lecture. You gave titled America Foul and I was choose to expected to turn it or project that would go beyond that or something. That's been the next working or Not at all in fact, yeah, four, broadly on religion in the American founding for probably ten years before I gave that lecture. But was invited to give a lecture the Heritage Foundation in Washington DC, and when I showed up I was pleasantly surprised to see C. Span had shown up to cover it, and that was a nice surprise, and then I give the lecture and I came up with Polish version that was in published by the heritage. Foundation and we discovered a few years ago that it had been. Been downloaded three hundred thousand times, which is astronomical for an academic is used to writing books that sell maybe six hundred copies, and so is able to use that number to get a contract with Nelson books to write my first book for the General. Reading public, so I've done a dozen academic books, either written or edited, but this is my first book. The general reading, public. And is a great book to do an amazing job of bowling down. The research in a way is clear and concise and varies understand whether you have a background history or not. what do you think it struck a chord with so many people? You know I think. If you look at the academic literature and a lot of the popular literature, just time and time again scholars or popular writers who should know better say things like most of America's founding were depressed. They created godless constitution. They desired a wall of separation between Church and state, and I think there's a percentage of the American population. The people on the far left who really liked that and they eat it up and then a lot of us who are more centrist or on the right just here that sort of thing we say well, that doesn't really sound right and yet. There aren't a lot of good. Good works out there refuting that now there are some books by popular. Christian author said, argue almost exact opposite, and these books are more right than they are wrong, but the problem with these books, or at least many of them is that the authors don't have academic credentials. They sometimes overstate their cases into so it's pretty easy for most you know many Americans anyway to be dismissive of these folks, so what I'm hoping to do is to make a very powerful argument refuting these meds, and by mid Yamina false story and I'm coming from an academic perspective that cannot be easily dismissed by critics. A bit of a student of history myself. That's been one of the things that have found little rushing wells when people come to the right conclusions to the wrong process and kind of invalidate. What should be a very good argument? And You've clearly made it a point to not do that here. And as a result, your findings are will backed up historically accurate and. I. Really Think IT'S A. Case for in one of the topics that emphasize in your book is the separation of Church and state and. I think that's one of those catchwords that means different things to different people. So can you speak the bit about with? The founders had in mind when that concept the game popularity. Thank you. Yeah, that's a great question, my wife, in fact it's been after me for years. with the so what question so I've done all these academic books and she keeps saying. Why does it matter will? Here's an area where it really matters. Because in nineteen, forty seven, the US Supreme Court issued a decision where they said the First Amendment to the constitution. The establishment clause specifically creates a wall of separation between Church and state and this wall has. Has Been used to attack religious liberty provisions aid to private religious schools and all sorts of things, and so I think this is an area where you have a lot of payout, so what I argue in the book is that in one respect, all Christian support, a separation of church and state right at Church in the state or separate institutions. We don't want the state running the church and we don't want the churches and institution running the state. However with that said, there is absolutely no reason from a constitutional perspective to think that people of faith cannot speak into the political system worked through their legislatures to try to bring about good public policy whether we're talking about the abolitionist movement or the civil rights movement or the pro-life Movement these things are all constitutionally permissible, and now Christians debate whether or not we should advocate for these things, but there's absolutely no constitutional bar for people of faith to be involved in politics. That seems like such an important concession to clear up. When do you think the that false understanding the founders understanding into shifts and How do you think that whole process played out? Why do you think that played out that way? You know that's a great question. Providential just a week ago today, the US Supreme Court heard a decision. Or heard oral arguments in SPINOZA versus Montana and that case involved an eight hundred eighty nine Blaine amendment and the Blaine amendments are a product of the profound anti-catholic animus that was raging through the country in the nineteenth century, and basically what you had that error is public. Schools were Protestant schools the Roman Catholics. Now in significant numbers, came along and said Hey, we would like funding for our schools, and all of a sudden you begin have this rhetoric of a separation of church and state. We cannot fund sectarian schools Donate Jane's Blaine a proposed amendment to the US Constitution to this effect that failed, but thirty seven states then adopted Blaine amendments. It's that's where we really get this rhetoric of separation of church and state, but please note that was not a principled separation. Basically, the advocates of these amendments were perfectly happy to have Protestant Bible reading in School Protestant pearn school. What they were doing is trying to exclude Roman Catholics. So you had. The prayer kicked out of public schools in the nineteen sixties. Bible reading kicked out of public schools in the nineteen sixties fourth, so this whole idea of the separation of church to take really comes from a very pernicious part of American history. Interesting. That makes a lot of sense in kind of puts into perspective where we are today, and why? This is such a consensus for so many people. With these cases kind of being hurt now. Where do you see this going in the near future? It's a great question to a couple. Years ago, there was a a a case involving the Missouri Blaine. Amendment so Missouri had a program that provided safe. Playground surfaces to nonprofits and. Lutheran Preschool applied to participate in this program in this preschool drink very highly is like number seven out of forty seven applicants. The state could provide thirty playground surfaces. Abbott Missouri said I'm sorry. To the Preschool Trinity Lutheran we can't find your preschool because it's religious. And his case was litigated up to the US Supreme Court. The Supreme Court said appropriately that states cannot discriminate on the basis of religion, so if this preschool is otherwise qualified for this safe playground services, it cannot be denied it because of Missouri's Blaine Amendment and so that was the seventy two decision. Decision the case that was just heard involved in very similar Montana Provision Montana had a program to aid parents who wanted to send their kids to private schools to any private school, religious or public or religious sect secular and Missouri Supreme. Court said, or I'm sorry. The Montana Supreme Court said we're sorry. This is unconstitutional because of our Blaine amendment, and so this was A. A case that was recently heard about a week ago by the time your listeners here this it will be decided probably in June or July of this year. I'm very optimistic that by vote of at least five to four. The US Supreme Court will say to Montana you cannot discriminate on the basis of religion now Montana could have decided not to fund any private schools. Schools at all that surprising give, but if you're gonNA find private schools, you can't say will only fund secular schools in not religious. That's that's a clear violation of the free exercise clause of the First Amendment. In I think appropriately, so so we have five solid supreme. Court justices to sometimes it will make the right decision in to that will always make the wrong decisions. Interesting, And so We spoke to this a little bit now. But where do the Kurt Spring for justice fall regarding these matters facing the constitution? suggested five solid pro liberty justices, and do you're talking about pro liberty, not pro Christian and so I think these justices will vote to protect the rights of Muslims to act according to the religious convictions of Jews of Sikhs in yes of Christians. We have two justices of Brian. Kagan who will oftentimes go along with these five solid conservatives, and then you have two justices that. That buying this nineteen forty seven line of a strict separation of church and state assorted separation that would say to a Lutheran. Preschool I'm sorry you cannot participate in this program because you. Religious I find it very sad, and hopefully these justices will decide to retire spend their remaining days in Florida bask in the sun, and we can get two new justices to replace them. That would be. It'll be interesting to see hall of that plays out of the years ahead. This isn't. A question we discussed before, but. I am interested in kind of the. How everything goes along with Supreme Court in the What do you think is the proper role of the Supreme Court in these of cases, 'cause you mentioned that it's not just for Christian religious liberty. It's for religious liberty in general So what do you think would be? The proper role of the court in as the founders would have seen their role in all of? Of this, you know that's a great question. It's hard to answer from an eighteenth century perspective, because so much has changed especially the fourteenth amendment, which makes a bill of rights applicable to the states now so today basically I would say that the US Supreme Court's role is to basically let legislatures do what they want to do and less pass a law that clearly violates. The constitution in in in this case we're talking particularly about First Amendment and so I would say the US Supreme Court should absolutely not say to Montana you have to fund religious schools. What the US Supreme! Court should say is look on Tanna. You can do whatever you want with respect to education, but if you violate the constitution by discriminating on the basis of religion, we're going to step in and say no. You can't do that and I would say the same thing with respect to freedom of speech and Freedom of assembly, and the other rights protected by the bill of rights. Interesting. it's going to be. Looking forward to seeing how this plays, an exciting time to befalling onus is. So another topic I wondered to that you, discussing the book that I feel like is important to get some clear definitions on is oftentimes. We hear this idea that the founders were. And the played a role in their understanding of what they meant by God with the Constitution Can you speak a bit more about where that idea comes from, and what most people mean when they say? Sure, let's begin with the definition so most people when they say deism mean that a system of theological system based on reason that acknowledges that God exists that God created the world, and that may be God wants to do good things, not bad things, but that's about it, and certainly by Deism people be. God does not do miracles. God does not intervene in the affairs of men and nations now why I find this interesting I would entire chapter to it. Is that quote something like twenty seven scholars and popular authors, who safe things like most of America's founders, deities or many of? America's founders were DS. That's a very strong claim. And after carefully to finding my terms I run through the their mode of argumentation, what they all do, everyone does this and it's inappropriate, but everyone does. This is focused on just a handful of founders, five or six founders, and they dive into their writings, and they say look these guys are. Nice show a couple of things. First of all I show by that the traditional definition of deism. I think it's fair to say none of these founders Diaz name Ethan Allen, maybe at Tom Pain or Diaz, but no one else certainly not Jefferson and Franklin and Adams now. Jefferson Franklin and Adams are clearly not Orthodox Christians. We know this from their private writings. Writings, but being a not an authorized Christian does not make not s, and so I think the claim is very problematic. Even it's usually made, but then I go on to say that these five or six founders are in no way shape or form representative of the founding generation. You take someone like a pain in Hamilton. They aren't even born in America similar. Similar like a Franklin spends thirty half of the last thirty five years of his life in Europe, Adams and Jefferson spent significant time in Europe and appointed this. There's nothing wrong with spending time in Europe, or not being born in America, but these are not representative Americans. Would you look at the rank and file America's civic leaders? I'm not talking about the peasants. Peasants in the field. Would you look at people in the state legislatures in the constitutional convention and the ratifying convention you see almost no evidence of Deism, and so in the concluding the Chapter I. Say that really if you WanNa, make this claim, you should be accurate. Say maybe one or two founders ds and we can't go much beyond that at all. Stations important clarification to make in one of my favorite parts about your book. Is that you demonstrate how? The founders did not have to have the exact same understanding of the Christian faith or even devotion to Christ to pursue similar goals and establishing government. The encouragement is freedom culture that was based on Christian values, but Why do you think? That point is so important. I keep in mind frogger standing our role in the court in the culture today. Yeah? No, that's wonderful. Let me throw to statistic. That's kind of fun. So if you were able to go back to the late eighteenth century in speak to white Americans, I'm not talking about African Americans or native Americans about ninety eight percent of them would say I am a Protestant of one striper, the other Baptist Anglican congregational est about two percent would be Roman Catholics. Catholics and there may be two thousand Jews in America at that time, and so it's overwhelmingly a country that would think of itself as a Christian country people growing up reading the New England primer that teaches alphabet with rhymes like a in Adam's fall. We sent all reading the Bible I. It's a Christian environment in a way that we almost cannot imagine it today. So. We need to recognize that to begin with, but I go onto my book to say this. Say Look. We simply do not have the evidence to argue that all of America's founders were pious Christians. I'm not saying they weren't just saying. We don't have that evidence. We don't have diaries or records or this sort of thing. It's also problematic to say. All of America's founders were Orthodox. Christians, now I've already suggested that we have very good reasons to believe that. Very few of them were Heterodox Christians are Diaz but in many cases we. We, simply don't have the records, and so what I argue in the book as You well know is that America's founders were influenced by Christian. Ideas or ideas developed within the Christian tradition of political reflection. Things like human ter- central human to create the image of God. That liberty is the freedom to do. What's right, not the freedom to do what is wrong and I think he can make a very persuasive argument that America had a Christian founding. If we understand it, stand that claim to be based on Christian influence, not personal theological convictions. As a very important distinction to make. I'm curious for understanding for the Church today for understanding our role in the proper role in the culture. How do you think that idea should play into how we? How we interact with whether the lost around us or just other fellow, Christians are just as we interacted in American society today. What kind of influence do you think that role should have on how we go about that? I think that's a huge question. Great question so to begin with I think we should share the gospel right when we run across people who are not. Christians we should tell them the good news and try to convert them. Out of course that we live in a very pluralistic environment and there might be some people were unable to convert and I think what we need to do. Then when we approach public life is fine areas in which we can work with these folks to promote the common good Christians, but the common good, so for instance I just had a wonderful Islamic woman who's an attorney? Speak At my Christian College, and she gave a robust argument for religious liberty. There's no reason in the world. Why should not work with her and why the becket? Becket, fund for Religious Liberty where she was formerly employed employed should not work with a right. We should find common ground wherever possible to promote the common good to promote religious liberty to promote life to promote helping the poor and again I, and when it comes to something like that I think oftentimes poor best help by private nonprofits, including especially churches, but to the extent to which the state should be involved. We should partner with non Christians and Muslims and Buddhists up to come up with good public policy, Paul public policy that benefits everyone. That would seem like it would help the Gospel. Take root so much better if people can see us out working in. Acting Jesus in terms of interacting with the lost around US helping people. It's encouraging to know that. From that there's a history of the intercountry a history of where that was an idea that. Even dating back to the founders something that people wanted to see. Kenny Siegal! as as the end of our conversation here. About what you think, the founders. If. They were looking at our culture today. The founders especially those who may have been more pressure perspective How did they encourage the church to go forward? And enter culture. Yeah. No, that's a wonderful question. So to begin with their minds would be blown by the size of the national government, even the federalist with the possible exception of an Alexander Hamilton and James, Wilson Dot, the national government should do only a few things National Defence International Relations Post Office, otherwise most government should be bad to stay or the local level, so I think their mind to be blown and I. Think it's a very useful thing to. To try to remind our fellow Americans that and try to dial back the national government. It's never going to be dialed back to what it was intended to be but we should work to that end as well I it would be very dismayed by the assault on religious liberty. It used to be as late as the nineteen nineties, Democrats and Republicans Liberals and Conservatives could come together and say religious liberty is very important should be protected. Today political progressives really aren't that interested in religious liberty centrally that might apply to business people who want to bring their faith into the workplace. The owners of hobby lobby who believe they can't provide a abortions to their employees the cake maker the floors to believe they can't participate in a same sex wedding ceremony. The left is just completely uninterested in supporting these sorts of people and I. Think America's founders would have been dismayed and I think those of us who are. Followers of Christ needed well beyond that should be concerned about that, and we should be involved in politics that we should be advocating religious liberty that this should be an important part of voting decisions, and I'm not just talking about presidential elections where a lot of our minds are now but all the way down to the county commissioners in the city manager city councillors, and that sort of thing religious liberty should be very important Dr who we decide to vote for. It absolutely agree that she'd be such an important factor. I liked the. You focus on how in the book folks on how the founders? Were able to come together with people with whom they may have had other disagreements to pursue that common goal of establishing nation. They felt like I called them to establish and I feel like especially in today's culture. Where as you said there's only often somebody distinction between left right centrist in it can become so polarizing the maybe that idea of being willing to work together, people within the disagreed for coming. Good goal can That might be one way to help. Bring us together as well. And kind of taken clearer conversation. Can you speak to a little bit about how you think the founders might will lessons we can learn from how the founders one about that better be good Americans today. Good Christians in America today regardless our political persuasion. The end now that's a great question I think the key difference is America's founders. Again they they were humans. They were flawed like all of us in all humans have ever been but I do think there was a sense in which they were actually statesman and I do mean men. In this case today we could talk about states persons They were concerned with the common good and I'm afraid for variety of reasons, so many of our elected. Are simply concerned with their own political careers in so I suppose I would encourage those elected office to think about what's good for all Americans, and not just our meeting constituencies, and within hope as well that are constituencies. People like you and I would start holding our elected officials accountable. For. Making good public policy making policy that benefits the entire nation even if it might be not beneficial for particular district or state. Great feel like that's a great note to end on. Because it's it just does a forget calls us to remember that our perspectives aren't necessarily the only ones that we're going to encounter in that people think differently don't have to do not the enemy. They're just people think differently and I think that's one of the things you do based on your book. Is Demonstrate how historically that was one of the main principles upon which America was founded this idea that we can come together in the pursuit of common goal and the that there's an important place for Christian dies in Christian, principles in all the fat in how even whether people recognize Jesus as their personal savior? That time you're not there was. That seems like a common understanding. The. Christian values which shape worked where necessary for our country. Going forward and. Thank you so much for for your book and everything you wrote enough like it does an amazing job. Of making some really important points in ways that are easy to understand. As, we conclude US wanted to get the opportunity. Is there anything else you'd like to say? Let our listeners know. First, of all I'm very grateful that you had me on on on your show and second of all. I would emphasize this to Brag, but I've I've written or edited a dozen academic books that have been published by Oxford University Press. Cambridge University Press University of Notre Dame press. It's I would suggest that I think spoke is a distillation of a lot of serious scholarship that really is is well supported. It could enable your listeners who already sympathetic to. To what we're talking about to better defend their beliefs, but I think it also could help win converts especially people in the middle who aren't quite sure what to think about this wall of separation between Church and state, and that sort of thing that it can shine light, and perhaps people help. People understand that America's founders were not anti-religious than they were pro religious liberty, and they certainly do not want a wall of separation between Church and state. Thank you very much. An really are very grateful very time when I look forward to seeing all the ways the. To help. People know him better better practice their faith in America. So thank you so much free time. Hey, thank you, Ryan, have a good day useful. Thank you for listening to this bonus. Episode of the daily Article podcast presented by the Denison Forum to join US and building a movement of Culture Changing Christians subscribe to the daily. Article Email newsletter at the daily Article Dot Com.

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S12:E4 - How no-code tools can help your coding (David Hoang)

CodeNewbie

33:41 min | 1 year ago

S12:E4 - How no-code tools can help your coding (David Hoang)

"The cast. We ought to be on their journey in hopes of helping you on yours. I'm your host Ron. And today we're talking about using no coat tools to aid your coding journey and your work with David Hall Director of design at workflow so with codeless innovation. The idea was. How do you build products faster? How do you find ways to learn and understand? Before even writing Alignment Code. David talks about how he got into code through the fine arts the utility of using no co tools for learning to code as well as in your career and what some of his favourite no coat tools are after this. Roku is a platform that enables developers to build run and operate applications entirely in the cloud it streamlines development allowing you to focus on your code not your infrastructure it. Also lets us the most popular open source languages to build Web APPs. Also you're not wanting to the service so why not start building your apps. Today with Roku Julia quest is a desktop. 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Db Atlas is the best way to use Mongo DB. It's a global cloud database service. That gives you all the developer productivity of Mongo DB plus the added simplicity of a fully managed database service. You can get started free with Mongo. Db Atlas at Mambo DB DOT COM slash atlas trimming. Here thanks so much for having me. So how did you start your Coating Journey Mike? Cutting journey started very visual. So I'll start with ever. Since I was a little kid grew up very visually oriented loved to draw and it was the way I really like to learn so the way I got into. Coding was using macro media dream. Weaver back in the day also other visual programming tools. Hypercard for the MAC. And that was the introduction for me into learning code because for me in particular it was to sort of mental model that really resonated with me to being able to see how things worked. So that's how I began my journey in becoming code curious. Got You code curious like what was the thing that made you go. Ooh I want to look into this. Coding thing I think for me. I've always had this curiosity in building. Things and code for me. Was that that way to be able to create something in another layer functionality. So that's what drew me to it. I never had this ambition of being a programmer per se. I didn't even know when that was growing up. And I knew I like to make stuff. And that's kind of what brought me to coding exposed to cutting. How did you even know it existed my parents? So I'm first generation here. My mother and father came here to the United States from Vietnam and my father always knew that technology was can be something important maybe not in his life but in the life of my brother and myself so he was an early adopter in terms of computers that we had so. I remember the apple. Two and commodore sixty four were two machines that we had growing up as children. My brother and I though my dad didn't have experience in that he just knew it was something that was going to be important for us. So that's what us to even understand what programming is go dad. Yeah Yeah I had an uncle. I have an uncle rather who into Berkeley and studied computer science in. He was the one that if I had to point to the first type of program I wrote. You'RE GONNA laugh but it's basically a creating macrumors on excel valid excel's a lot of people's first programming languages right programming and you didn't even realize it so my uncle introduced me this world of functions and being able to create programs in macrophages in that kind of built this curiosity into other software. So you got curious about coding. You dabbled a little bit. Did you end up setting it in college? I did not so there was a time. Where Code wasn't a part of my life in what I ended up. Doing in college was pursuing. Fine Art the thing that brought me back to programming and writing code is one of my sculpture. Projects was around interactive art installations and. That's how I got back into a CNC assess as a medium to be able to express the installation. I did. It's interesting now looking back but no this was around two thousand six two dozen five around that time and what I was looking. Explorer in my sculpture project was talking about how people present themselves and project themselves on the Internet and I keep laughing thinking about now but a lot of it was building out custom my space pages at it and and and do that because I think you know for me growing up I kind of grew up with the Internet and the association I had with the Internet was screen names. You weren't really sharing identity the way that we do now and especially during that time in college how you present yourself online was almost completely new. There's really no rules or best practices around that as we might now so it was kind of undefined space that I was looking to explore and the project was really exploring the perception of one's identity online as it relates to true identity like challenging authenticity in some of these other aspects. I I often wonder if I express again and exploited as an art project. How might manifest itself today? You know like back then. It was really focused on Ischia Mountain. Css In is. I wanted to explore other ways to be able to push ideas. I found myself diving into other areas like javascript. And start thinking about other things so it became this curiosity that I accrued skills through being curious. So when you got re I guess kind of reintroduced to it. Did you have goals of becoming a coder? At that point. I did not what was important for me was the output of the creation and it still isn't a lot of ways you know 'cause sometimes it's hard for me to find like you know. Am I a programmer? My Designer Maya Product Manager for me. The answer is yes. I love all this and again. It's Kinda focused on creation and it as a medium so that was the concept that really resonated with me especially going through art. School isn't that code is a medium no different than laster for sculpture or photography so it was another way to be able to create. I've always seen it as such. It wasn't until after college that I started. Seeing how code became a career in this around two thousand six my ambition instill was to pursue visual arts as a practice so I remember really prepping or applications to pursue my MFA and one thing. I learned to schools very expensive And especially a masters degrees so the private schools thinking about that and I just realized you know I wanNA take a gap year. I WANNA take a year off and really explore it very well happen that that was the year when I Fono s launch and host beginning of IOS and mobile platforms and all the sudden. We had this new form factor that a lot of people never designed or created on where the barrier to entry felt pretty low. Because for me. You know I've accrued all these skills from studying art from exploring programming to take what I learned in school photoshop some of these illustrators some of these other visual design tools and graphic design tools and now to add new operating system that before then didn't exist so when you were developing these skills annual really digging into Java script what were you using to learn these new skills. At that time. I ended up moving to Seattle where I spent most of my adult life in really for me the way I like to learn is applied knowledge and really being around people who are really good at it. I would take people out to coffee and pick their brain in setup time to work together on projects and just essentially be an information sponge and I think that's why front end programming was so relatable for me because I liked that idea of being able to refresh the browser and see how I can improve it. What's working what's not. I think when I started exploring compilers it so much more frustrating right to be like what's going on. I can't see the output of this. I think that's why javascript is humility. Assess became something that was kind of my gateway language to use. Because I like to learn that way so no I think the really important thing for people who are learning to code and pursue that is fine mentors find people who will invest time in teaching you these things because I think what's important for a mentor is like if you show those outcomes. They're going to continue to invest. So I think early in my career. I built a lot of close relationships with people who took me under their wing to help guide me and really work in an applied way so I love that advice about getting mentors but I think people get stuck on is. How do you get one you when you think about? The role of a mentor can be very involved at someone. Who's giving up their time. Who's giving their you know advice and really kind of taking you under their wing and it almost feels like a long term relationship commitment if that makes sense right because it's usually not like thing so I'm wondering how do you suggest that we go about finding these mentors. It's it's the number one question I get right now and it can be intimidating and I think the number one advice I would give people is put yourself out there. I think the way I found my mentors throughout my career has been either cold emailing them reaching out or maybe it's an idea that I shared that someone saw and was able to make a connection so I think you know looking now as I'm mentoring people. The thing I look for is like who's got that drive. Who's got that desire and curiosity and it's a thing where I think most people. I think we'll tell you that they're looking to pay it for somehow. So I think the number one thing is really yourself out there who might catch wind of it So things like tweeting blogging? Going to speaking at meet up that sort of thing absolutely. Yeah so when you find someone that you would like to mentor you. How do you start that conversation? I feel like it's kind of awkward to go. Hey you are even mentor right. My Mom. Yeah exactly and it's funny that you meant like you know. Mentorship is any other type of relationship right over when friends would talk to me about romantic relationships. They'll say you just know when it happens and I think that's so true about mentorship to it's not necessarily like your cold emailing everyone asking for a mentor. That's a little bit extreme and it's like how do you begin that dialogue so I think the number one thing I just be clear about what my intention is like what I'm looking to learn and I think for a lot of mentors if they know they can deliver value or know someone who can like? They're more than willing to donate their time. Knowing that there's GonNa be a return on investment in person. Julia quest is a desktop roleplaying game for MAC windows and limits. The did you real world. Developers skills explore the mysteries of the Python Temple the Java scrip- test lab and more all while learning the tools of software development which Royal Quest. Become an operator saved the cloud download and play tweet applies for free at twitter. Dot Com quest. No one wants to manage databases if they can avoid it. That's why Mongo DB made Mongo DB atlas a Google cloud database service that runs on aws and Azure. You can deploy a flea manage Mungo DB database in minutes who does a few clicks or a Mongo DB atlas automates deployment updates scaling. And more so that you can focus on your application instead of taking care of your database. You can started free at Mongo. Db DOT com slash atlas. If you're already managing among O do beat Appointment Atlas has a live Mike. Gration service so you can migrated easily with minimal downtime. Then get back to what matters. Stop managing your database and start using Mongo DB atlas so. I WanNa dig into a talk you gave at no code Cov about coatless innovation. What are we talking about? What is that talk all about? At that time I was at one medical which is a health tech startup. That's kind of focused on primary care. So it's the infusion of traditional healthcare delivery with technology because I think what one medical did really well is to combine the two. We can't expect to be to tech forward where operators and people in the field are able to use such innovations and the other way around. Where we we need to continue to push? Neil so we really believed in this co design and co-development together on these initiatives so with codeless innovation. The idea was. How do you build products faster? How do you find ways to learn in understand before even writing a line of code because ultimately for us in the end we had to build something but what we were looking for is identifying ways we can innovate in cross functional groups with product with people in the field with operations with business? Folks we had designed sessions that included finance people to get understanding of what we're looking to pursue so the premise of that talk is. How do you have tighter iteration cycles without using any code? And really leveraging those tools to be able to advance your learning objectives. What are we iterating on? It can be anything. It could vary from a current process so from a one medical perspective. It could be how you go about the encounter. The encounter being the doctor's appointment it could be innovating and learning more on. If there's a new service you want to deliver as a company being able to go into an and identify what works. What doesn't really help us learn like. How do we get there faster so for those examples you gave I guess? I'm not really seeing the connection to coding. Why does that fall under codeless? Innovate like what does that have to technology? I think the reason this is important using no could tools in approaching coatless innovation often for us. I speak as a designer. A lot of our objectives is to learn and de risk and really identify. Like how do we approach building the right thing? And we want to try and get as clear as possible with that with a lot of organizations. I think sometimes there's a tendency to jump into implementation so quick and start eating coating yes yes implementation writing the production code ultimately however there's a lot of unintended consequences in that if you're not learning early enough and you could ship the wrong thing and I think the place where no code tools can really accelerate that learning cycle is. You're focused on the interaction. The feedback from end users and really focusing on that really identifying where you can de risk and improve their before you even on the code. You mentioned no Tools a couple of times. What Arno tools? The simple way I would describe. It are tools where you focus on developing visually. I so for example. I'm entering weaver as one of the tools I used back in the day. Like a lot of what may dream weaver really special is you were able to build layouts in different objects with a visual interface but also have the power to be able to look at the code under the hood in that regard so I think you know code tools essentially a visual interface that helps you develop without having to go through the process of writing every individual line code so give me some modern examples of that suit dreaming for which I feel like. People don't use quite as much as they used to. I think it's kind of fallen out of favor but you know it's just not as popular as it used to be. What are some no co tools that we should know about? Yeah I mean. It's probably not as surprised that I'm GonNa Mention Web flow. I which is where I'm at now along with web flow. There's some interesting tools out there. There's one called bubble that's really focused on heard about ball. Yeah no code for for building APPS. Air Table is no code tool. Yeah we mentioned very far. Yeah it's it's interesting because I've built prototypes for this codeless innovation theme for clients or even personal explorations where I'm using air table as the database. So are these no co tools for people who are not technical and don't know how to code or is there value in using them even if you are a developer. Yeah I I firmly believe it's for everybody and for me when I talked to engineers about no code tools like web flow. Is this awkward moment. Because then they say well what do I do I like I? I've learned to code and now you're taking this job away from me and you know that's not true in fact what we're trying to do is expand the ability for people to create on the web and frankly there's not enough out there either. So these are initiatives that build on top of each other in. I think one thing. That's really interesting. Is You know for engineers like there's so many big problems that we can really focus on in often use? This example like aren't engineers tired of having the center buttons or have to go CSS late. Let's wait let's use your degree on some of these big problems and and that's really the mission right is that no code is a way for people to get there and they have choice to go as deep as they'd like right so let's not restrict it to people who maybe just want to spin up a business in one run that in. May never have a desire to be a programmer while at the same time making sure that no coat tools are sophisticated enough. That's actually teaching people how to program and I mentioned hypercard courts composer as a big tool. I used in three using these tools. I understood what? A database is is conditions in some of these helmets so it is a way for people to go deep as they would like in terms of their programming. Jenny recommend it as a way maybe to get started learning at coat absolutely so I'm curious to hear how complicated of an APP you can make with some of these tools. I'm thinking about irritable and to be fair. I've never actually used blocks on air table. Which I think is the you really make apps but when I think about table I've used you know the foreign function you can make like a map on your table. you can make like landing page. There's kind of like simple web development type stuff that you can do but I match making it even more complex than that. He can be some examples of what are some of the more complex deeper products. You can build with some of these now code tools. Yeah and the one thing that's amazing about being at web flow is we have such a great community of web flow users and no coders. I am always stunned at what people are able to build with the curation of these no code tools. I'll give you an example. There's a product called maker pad. It's a group of people that built this no code community and it's a membership based community and they've through the integrations of all these no code tools. They've been able to build a profitable business and a focus on training for no code tools case studies job boards. And they've done that without Elena code coming up next. David talks about his response to developers. Who aren't really into Noko tool. He also shares had no coat tools fit into a developers journey. After this over nine million APPS had been created and run on her ROKA's cloud service it scales gales and grows with you from free APPs. Enterprise APPS supporting at enterprise scale it also manages over two million data stores and makes over one hundred seventy five add on services available. Also make sure to check out their podcast Code Ish which Explores Code Technology Tools. Tips life of the developer. Find it at Roku Dot com slash podcast with digital ocean's cloud infrastructure. You'll be able to build faster and scale easier from predicting pricing too. Flexible configurations to World Class Customer Support. You'll get access to all the infrastructure services you need to grow. Plus Digital Ocean's community provides over two thousand tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source. Software languages and frameworks get started onto the ocean for free with the free hundred dollar credit at do dot co Slash Code Newbie that's do dot co slash co newbie. So you talked about the reaction of some developers to the idea of no code tools. Whichever goes perfectly valid. I can see someone going like. Hey I'm going to build an APP to host a podcast and I'm like wait a minute. I do appreciate that but I'm also wondering have you got any pushback of being like we'll know Cote isn't legitimate near. I mean these things you're building. They're just toys. They're not like real tools and even kind of thinking about it as a way that maybe holds people back from learning how to code properly. Have you gotten any pushback like that? Oh Yeah I think you know. Know Coats existed for Awhile Right. Ever since the the mother of all demos in visual programming. So these have been dialogues. That are not new and they're still doubters in that regard in you know for me. I think the big aspect. That's trying to China. Understand what the intention no code tolls are. I would say you know what I would say to people who have those challenges it's like. How do we work together to be able to push this area? No Code to be able to empower people to to create the things these ideas they have to make tangible. So for example I imagine the INFOSEC space people who focus on security and Privacy. Have a lot of thoughts on no code tools. Like how do we work together to figure out? You know how to move that forward and I think you know it's new to ideas of code and no code aren't mutually exclusive in fact you know. It's not some zero sum game in that regard but I really see it as a compound. Effect that No tools can help empower better programming tools as well and vice versa. So I'm GonNa play you a little bit on the spot here but if you were to design a curriculum for someone who is new to coding and looking to get their feet wet and looking to level up eventually be a developer. What would that curriculum being specifically? Where would know co tools? Sit in that road map in the area I would really double down on is focusing on the prototyping in proof of concept part of it and I think what's important is it's not necessarily teaching people how to write syntax. It's more teaching people how to understand how things function how this medium works and really spending that time to really get clear on someone who's learning what their objectives are in that regard in then equipping them with a deeper context of learning for them to learn how to code in that regard. I think that's the biggest thing I see flawed in a lot of ways. How programming's tot is that it's focused on the what as opposed to the white so I really heard I teach you ex design part time and we've really kind of hone in on. What is it you WANNA build right? What was Your Business Do? What does the product do and really think end like? How do you get that out there? And no code is a great place to start. Because there's a lot of people with ideas they want to get off the ground and it takes time to learn and it takes time to invest in programming and maybe no coat tools our way as that primer for them to get started with that. And perhaps you know through that journey. They're able to get something off the ground or realized they WANNA go deeper in programming. And it's it's a great starting place. Now the end of every episode we asked our guest to fill in the blanks of some very important questions. David are you ready to fill in the blanks? Earth stood number one. Worst Advice I've ever received is do just your job Tell me about that. It's important to identify the edges in what I mean by that is edges and constraints of what you can push in. If you only do just your job you never discover it now. I'M NOT ADVOCATING FOR PEOPLE TO DO MULTIPLE JOBS. Not Be rewarded for that either. The what I am saying is you know have that growth mindset and as you are doing your job whatever it may be see how you can push that and really have this growth mindset. So do your jobs. The worst advice I've ever received number two best advice I've ever received is the best advice I've ever received is to show ideas early and I would encourage this for anyone. Who's starting in programming? Design Building and feedback so important and the more you can get ideas out there quick. It unlocked such world of connections and opportunities in that regard. I know as a designer. A lot of us are perfectionist. Want everything to be pixel perfect and I think the thing that's really helped me in. My career is to be fearless in having first drafts getting that out there. Sharing those ideas. Because you don't know where it might take you so when you show those first drafts. Are you actually fearless? Meaning you don't feel fear or do you feel it and just do it anyway. I would say don't feel fear I know that It was like what is you get to that. We'll leave airlines. Tell me because I think ultimately when you think about sharing ideas and getting feedback. There's very little you actually have to lose. And there's this there's a lot of fears. I totally understand that. Like if you share an idea what if someone steals your idea and starts building the thing you have what I've learned is you know you put yourself out there. You make yourself vulnerable. You may find a partner. You may find someone who's going to help you bring the idea come to life. You may find an investor who's willing to mentor you so to really get those ideas out. I think that's where you really make progress on things and I would say it's taken me almost sixteen years of doing this to really feel fearless and bold in in first drafts member three. My first coating project was about. Yeah I remember this vividly so the first thing. I actually deployed so shipping it into production. It was of ruby on rails APP and I think it was rails one point now so it was way back in the day and it was a APP. That would randomly generate inspirational quotes. That you could post twitter in those called toted and that was the first project I did working with a friend end to end building the views out building the database and being able to. I think we deployed it on her. Roku their ankle number four one thing. I wish I knew when I first started to co this. Everyone's learning and it doesn't matter experience or level. Don't be intimidated by. I remember as a designer as I was exploring. Ios early on. I would have these fears. This is when I had fears had these fears around. Not Knowing something and being afraid to ask people only to find out that I'm working with Ios ingineers who have tons of experience and have written books where they have to Google something or they have to go on stack overflow and look something up to and one thing. I wish I knew is that everyone has that sense of not knowing or having to look something up and it's okay to not know the answer. Well thank you so much for joining US David. Thanks for having me. This show is produced. Admit sharp you can reach out to us on twitter at CA lease or send me an email lower coby dot org join us for weekly twitter chats. We've got our Wednesday chat nine pm eastern time and our weekly coating chicken every Sunday at two PM eastern time more involved podcast took out. Www dot co dot org slash podcast. Thanks for listening to next week.

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Episode #1870 The New Phil Hendrie Show

The World of Phil Hendrie

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Episode #1870 The New Phil Hendrie Show

"Chico pit bulls through said mr worldwide. You already know what it is listened to my new podcast from negative to positive subscribed today now part of the things that we're doing over here. Negative positive is encouraging people to change their lives. Change of things that are within their power. I want to thank our good friends at kfc. For helping me bring this to you. Teach your whole crew with. Kfc let's go to kfc chicken and you know that's fine now. Bob you know that you could get mac and cheese mashed potato gravy those biscuits now. That's trouble right there. That is fire. I do you know negative positive. We always talking about striving achievement. In in colonel sanders stories is a story that inspired me since i was ten years old. Look how life comes full circle. Now i'm talking about colonel sanders and kentucky fried chicken. How much i love. It listened to my new podcast from negative deposits. Check the vodka past subscriber. Day apple. podcast. Podcast one spotify famous phil hendrie show here for the pacific southern california general given shot here having a gray rumoured. Leonard and bud dickman henry. Thank you very much. Their general and the people mr the commercial which. I don't think they did fill use the term learned margaret given arrest. Well you know. I will not rescue filled. Use the term. Learn at doubt whether or not. That's a word i know it's a word and i know there's appropriate time to use it but i'm not sure that you did so if there's anyone listening right now who knows the appropriate way in which to use the term great wait a minute wait a minute before you get a high heel in the. I thought that's right if there's anyone listening right now this is tape. There's no gonna listen. there's nobody get. What did he say what he wanted to do to call in. Yes we're we're not live. You just said we're we're not life. Which is we're not live margaret. If you wanted to call in you might have. They could shoot us an email. All right shoot us an email or tweet. What is the proper use of the term learned. Phil just said that. Zane landry is well learned in the well learn. He said well yeah. Well learned the art of having a good time. And i don't think there's such a word you would have said. Well learned. Forget retarded that way. It sounds what it does is there right. What does doesn't it when you say well learned. Hi i'm margaret grey. I'm well learned. That sounds dumb margaret. I'm going to go get a drink of water. I'll see if i could get my bowels. Do none of your business. That's one way to kick off the show. So welcome to the program. Well you guys on yourself margaret. You know what the future i get it phil. What would the world famous villain reshow ladies. Gentlemen and boys and girls got tom com coming back today. Because apparently he's gone to work for david hall maryland that going to work for all. He's working as a consultant jay. Why no kidding failure. You're familiar with consultants. Aren't you living in the world of radio. Yeah i am. And what's the big problem. You used to talk about him like they were the scum of the earth. That's true i want. You did feel no. I did not there. You guys get mysterious about of them. I never ever referred to any consultant radio as the scum of the earth. So of these guys. I liked some of them. I could do without never did. I have such strong antipathy. Is that the word margaret. Or are you still working on alerted. Funniest way with my fault. I joke. I don't but i can't strike. You can't do it with him either. Can't do it with me. I do it with him. What kind of fill. Foley guys giving her you guys. Climb off of that mueller. Give it a rest please. Making it sound like i'm writing. The the whole idea is tom. Daca is a consultant. he's working with. I know about this. Because i talked to david. And we'll have come on. Yeah but he. He wants to advise you in a statement. Tom not dumb. Your what you're saying we're going to have done. I realize it's because your tongue is thick. But we always your thanksgiving so go deal with. It fills thickening tongue. I don't know if you stop drinking. Margaret i have. I've not trying to infer anything now or just a drinker. I thought maybe you were still by being. It's still is technically sunday night. Even though people listening on monday margaret. That's a rude question. And you know you don't i'm screwing around gut couple of less. That's it. I can't have a couple of detroit margaret. I'm still drinking. I've been drinking solid since thursday and it's still technically is thanksgiving weekend all right till i get it. No i'm not drinking. I don't know why my tongue was thick. Tom is going to be with us. He's gonna talk to us about some specific things that he would like to consult us on. David asked me what. I please talk with him on the show. I said i certainly will. I'm not going to be rude but you. You basically said david you're doing big favor. I i said hey. I'll do it. But what is it. The david thinks the show needs david's concern with some of the content. So we'll talk with. Tom could coming up here on the world. Famous phil henry show. Also bobby and steve dooley will join us as they tweeted yesterday. And i think they're going to be continuing on this kick until someone disabuse them. Disabuse them of it all making making the point there for the brain started. Just one part of your brain shriveled up. Thank you so bobby. It's steve duly one. Part of the brain shriveled up good. It's almost as if you're talking about bobby. And steve duly are thinking of a new holiday. Called nut thanksgiving but thanks taking in other words you sit there and you take the appreciation others well. How does that work. I don't know they were thinking about it in terms of themselves anyone. That's actually help the needy or america itself anyone. That's been a great benefactor. Anyone that's been very generous. Anyone that has helped those less fortunate. They deserve to have a holiday called. Thanks taking where they sit there and they take everybody's ass looking gosh weird. Yeah tell me about it. I don't think that's it. S why is everything with you. General tongue and what is your problem. All right never mind. Well we might as well get. Tom dot com. Because let's against tom dot com. Because this is part of what david was talking to me about it and you know to be honest with you. I was being polite as i always try to be. But i wasn't quite sure what he was referring to joining us here tonight from the chronicle in pasadena restaurant where he enjoys having himself every now and again a cocktail or dinner and tom. Welcome to town. Where where are you located tom. Oh i don't. I do a love. Most of my business I was talking to your chicago. You know with Show cow. But i do locate out here. Los angeles sound occasion. Thanks for being with us. Talk david david asked me to talk to you. And i'm i'm happy to do it You hit some input on the show. Look i. I don't want you to feel like coming on here and i'm trying to tell you You know everything about your show. I think your show is is what it is. It's entertaining for the people like the kind figure do. And what would you call that. Hold on. I'm asking him a question phil. Don't get into an argument here. You're trying to. You're trying to start something right no. I'm not trying to start anything. Why would you ask him what you know. What do you think about that kind of show. Just was curious never mind. Forget that i asked. I would tell you fill. Your show is not anything that i i. I don't do. i do talk radio. I do talk conservative. Talk radio and You know we place our product differentiation stations. The joke and the The funny funny funny bone Things i don't know a lot about. But i said today but but he asked me if you got input and i said that Today would ask you or did you call him. David astor do i do. What did david hall. Ask you to give input on the video show or did you call him and volunteer. Initially i volunteered at. Because i know that fill you had people show on your your website right. Yes we do all right. I appreciate that you don't carry all peachy. Oh no because we all we. We get a lot of complaints from los angeles market and we know that when your show on your website carries be the people show. We don't because we've got a lot of people leaving dirty messages from us because we know when you run the show blaming you'd but you have an audience tend to leave a dirty. They leave these. They love to do to talk dirty. You know phone. And unfortunately i. I answer the phone late at night and here. I'm working office not here. But i've been right now at a restaurant but i feel like the officers with me everywhere everywhere i go you know and i picked up the phone. And there's some guy talking dirty eight and i'll say the do eight bone and he'll say he'll say more dirty things and then i'll say okay. Thanks well wait a. How do you know that that's filled. Show that's not really says what stirs know my listeners. Because it happens after every single time you run the show. Every time we run the people and show you have people calling the office. You happen to be there working late. And they're talking dirty to you there. S there during their dirty minds are at work and i think stimulated by the fact phil. Henry's audience die. This gets around to what. I was saying that Just so i'm clear sir and i don't want to keep beating this rabbit you call. I mean they do. I call no. They call listeners. Call you these people live sildenafil. Okay and they talk dirty into. What did they say. A lotta fill fill. Your people stinks. I wouldn't want to repeat a lot of it but let the permission. I'm the female. The room go ahead tom. All right yeah. People is rotten. He's rotten rotten rotten to the core is like a piece of meat. That is motoring garbage again. I got i wrote this down. People like maggot ridden piece of meat and garbage. Can you know. That's very extreme and harsh. But it's not obscene okay. I'm talking to a guy over here. Excuse me. I'm sorry you talk to me all right but i'm in a restaurant. How can i get some holidays sauce. Yeah and when you get a chance. Could you feel this glass again. That's very good. What does that cargo bridge That's my breath so don't when they call they're saying filthy things like you stink and people stinks Filthy did not fill. This guy stinks. Who how many guys am i talking to here. Let me do this if a guy calls you and says people stinks. You think that's talking dirty talking dirty. He's he's saying me. I don't know what you call dirty talk. Are you cleaning this up for me. No margaret you said. It was all right so they say he's what's the most extreme thing. What is the most extreme negative thing that people say about people own guy call right after you had to show people show. They call love each said that people and is foul foul thing is thing is not a bad a thing. The foul thing you know i. What do you call dirty decidedly called. Something dirty is when somebody is using four letter words foul. I don't. I don't like to get that far but let let me just dovetails nicely into what david all asked me to do after you call him up and volunteered. Your services. That is significant. Yeah okay what's so funny. You gotta you gotta guy. Here is your bud. Yes sir i understand. You had a plate. Placed in ahead is all right. I'll do that but nice. Okay yes sir i did. I ran into more my rand my motorcycle on tree. All right just trying to figure out how you know you're communicating goes eight. Tom don't even go there. Man okay bud perfectly fine. He's got a neurological problem. He doesn't have a mental processing problem. Okay you understand. Yeah fine cow. Fill all try to do you ask me how was i. Came to be a buck assaulted on your radio. All it all and we ended up. You called him up and volunteered. Your services that's correct but deny and everybody here is asking questions i think. I think something needs to be said right here. Isn't that true dot com would daca. I happen to be a friend of a lot of people are radio. I'm sorry thom i apologize. I'm a friend a lotta people radio and i've tried to be a friend of mine or down through the years but he was rejected by my advice. Rejected your advice tom. It's just the do you advise different kind of radio. That is completely different from what i used to do. What i'm doing digital now so it doesn't make any difference. Okay all right well. Fine but but You know just let the records show that you you're asking me as a friend of your shows. Well you didn't ask me. I asked mr hall. If i could consult and he said yes but it's almost as if you did ask me because your show is it makes it up. Where do we need. excuse me. Where do we need help. You're like you gagged up. And i want to point that out if i got a dime for every guy on this. Show that says. I almost gagged up on something. I'd be close to a millionaire. Well maybe you ought to take whatever it is that your boss is you notice and know. That's something that you would laugh at. If henry just funny. It's not funny to us because you said what are you. Find to be wanting in the show. What do we need. Well all right I will tell you phil. And i'm glad that i did volunteer my assistance today at all because i felt that your program and i listened to a number of shows over of course about butts and you have an fixation on something that is common among a lot of Modern humorous. i suppose you have this. Everything's about eight or or the ads or whether it's called in a you know a an a. l. banality. Well yeah. i bet. Algae allergy and phil has on his program on any given night all kinds of references to Let me just look at my notes. Here s Stick it in the ass shove it up the ass Covering it as you know Here's one ear. I had to go with a frying pan. Cover my ass of the frying pan. I covered my ass fry with a baking dish Donald trump as the united states of america is. He looks as if he's waiting to take one and he you know he sticks. His ass outweigh the pinquater up there and on and try to say as a day that i don't think help ago i think it'd probably hurt you and it's so all of that kind of humor not even humor. It's it's a. it's a crude foll- wretched references to the to the to the ask you don't why don't you like that. I think it probably you know. I mean Well never mind. I don't wanna know. What were you gonna say. Something personal no. It's not ever say that they would you keep referencing aspects. Added reminds me of the one thing that might marriage. I'm not getting okay here. We go yes. See no not here. We go anything what what. What would you say something like that. Because it's an area that i've tried to address my wife and you know what you do now man. You're you're unloading on my show. Something that's extremely private. I know that. But i'm trying to tell you this is how important has meanwhile your wife's out there listening. I guarantee my wife's not listening to this. She's not. I've told her. I said that there are a number of different shows that i would rather she not listen to. I can't keep from us. We do it does she. Can't listen to this show or what you like. Ground or something. Yeah grounder doll. She's an adult weapons. He's allowed the one. I just said. Please don't listen to that. They had ratio. They've speaking a lot about aspects and they all and it's the one thing you you're not giving me so talk to your wife like that. Do you gotta be kidding me. Did you really say that man. Yeah not only. Did i say it but did you really come back. And mock it and mimic his. I did. I think a lot of people out there that are probably greater section by the way what you just did there. Yes i did hear that. The other thing i wanted to bring up the way you people correct each other over and over and over again is so childish at us so distracting the audience. I wanna hear that constantly ohrid overcorrected h other told my crew. I don't want them to do it. They won't listen to me. It's something that we are very exacting specific people here. Okay tom when we hear films speak or anyone mystique yes. We'll pointed out all right well and you do too much to to the debra debra bait deprivation of your show debra to negatively other hurt. It hurts it. I don't know what i'm trying to say we got okay. Well hold on tom. Dot cas with us. You remember tom me on the show. He was on the pete bone. Show a couple of weeks ago. And he's with us here talking to some talking about some conversations. He had with david g hall about our show and the primary thing that you find wrong with it is. There's too much discussion right there. Right there well what it seems a little silly get bitterns gonna laugh at it. I don't but he's saying it like there's too much discussion of your baby. Your cell bad days. Tom there you go mocking sale and you told us there was too much of that when you what. Oh man did you hear that if you're there you are and you're mocking me. Okay so i heard you are. That's the very thing you said not to do. I know that was the second thing i said not to do. The same thing. I said was his too much talk about. That guy needs a doctor ambulance. What was that about. We're gonna try and call him back still. You can't hang up. Yes sir mr andrews policy no we have. A non disconnect. That's the phone line. We call you on your phone line. We call on a time. It's phil henry you. You were not disconnected because we don't allow guests to hang up. The reason for that is a very good one. We've had a lot of people down through the years hanging up on us and we got tired of it so You heard me get angry. And i had a very good reason angry. That you guys can't seem to get it through your thick head so what it is outside right. If you can hang up on me. I can just keep on screaming and yelling so we can put you on hold. But you can't disconnect so you're put me on hold and talk about me and i won't be able to say nothing. i mean. we decided to get you back on the air. Yeah but you want. The line will be disconnected. Hold on before we go down that road. You screamed that the word that the words assets you also said that it reminded you of something. Your wife isn't giving you. I did not say that. And i you know. I think it's very professional broadcaster. A member of the national association of broadcasters the committee chairman the mid west broadcasts of america. I have been a three time candidate for the federal communications commission. So you're talking to some punks and somebody that you do your funny act with or you're talking to the real deal here i'll talk. We understand that. Mr. donka but you're the one that screened the words. Sx into the phone. Yes i did and and that's because we talk about something on our show that your wife won't give you true you know what you and there you are mocking bud and you're mocking the very thing you said you didn't want us to do to mock people and i'm sorry i'm sorry. See your your hypocritical. Thought foley below me only the lonely phoney baloney and he's right he's right and it doesn't surprise me that you're a candidate for the federal communications commission because need all the low kids they can get over there. Minute can't packing enough. I'm a one cat. I gave by time to david de hall to say that i was wrong with your program. All you guys do is sit around to talk about tonight. The one thing that i can't get will give up to you. Oh my old lady now now sitting around the clubhouse when's the best lake rock stars. Tom dot com. Now that's a guy who is. He'll be a good one to call back because he's a. He's a technocrat a big shot in the broadcasting business. Go back you're not going to call him back. No i'm not gonna call him back for what he's got some valuable advice. Yeah yeah he's got a lot of really valuable advice. Quit talking about sex. Because it's his wife won't give up so that kind of bugs him and then some other crap some other cry. Forget when he talked about today but to take notes nor we. I said not me. I didn't i know that. Why thank you very much. Tom for nothing. World-famous phil fill. Henry is gonna be coming back here in a couple of seconds. St got a. He got a card in them. What did he get. He got a message or a tweet from a woman who it was a picture of a woman saying that it was a picture of a woman. Say this i don't wanna read. This was a picture of living. Is this a dick pic or thumbs up. What is it with boselli. And his penis obsession. You know dharma. Ps ascension gave a second on a piece ical. But what are we talking about this two weeks in a row four. I don't know but you took the kalk. Yes wanted to come on. Because he wanted to clear the air after after after publishing the tweet clear the air after publishing the tweet stephen bozo coming up next year in the world famous henry show on the twelfth day of christmas by true. Love said to me. Get your stuff and get out hello. I'm divorce attorney bob snead and sometimes it can be just like that on the first day of christmas by true love said to me. Let's go get some coffee on the second day of christmas. True said to me. I'm seeing another man and on and on it goes. Bob snead knows the story bob. Snead has had his nose into the divorce matters of american couples for up to twenty six years. And that's me. i'm bob snead talking about myself. The third person. Because bob snead is more than me. He's much much more than just this man sitting here bob. Snead is the entire legal career an entire legal profession. A man dedicated to making sure that couples who separate legally are giving each other a fair shake on the twelfth day of christmas. My true said to me get out but on the thirteenth day of christmas. My true love said to me. Oh wait a minute. I think i gave you too much stuff and on the fourteenth day of christmas you called me. Bob snead to make sure that she didn't get her dirty mud hooks in there and take the stuff back bob. Speed paula and fifteen employer ville on the fifteenth day of christmas. You don't even wanna know back to world famous. Henry show here the sitting in southern california. We're going to be going to mexico again for about four days in december so and that doesn't mean that we won't be doing shows what we do in shows from mexico will probably do them via the old iphone podcast on the road. Kind of a thing. Now you want me to go. Who's time anybody can come. Well i might wanna go this time. Now what am i me. The last time i went. You guys wanted no part of it. But i do know what rosa rita beach man. It wasn't like it wasn't a first class place. It's fantastic man. Remember that walking dead thing we saw you talking about fear. The walking dead. Yeah oh this is the hotel with the peer. That madison drove all these often. Yes she drove. The walkers off right so you know oh yes. Let's let's i think frankly free. We'll be down there sometime during similar. Give you guys the dates. The one thing. I got to figure out though is why girl brea here. You know you gotta find out shelter. You gotta find a boarding place. That'll give the animals their meds and my my vet does not board your vet dozen board pets. No so. I got to figure out where we're going to put her. And if i can't figure out we're not going to let that ruin your vacation. Yeah so what do you think. I'm going to sit here. Hold on phillies. You've been filled. You fill you look like you were getting electroshock from sixteen different hospitals and it was all wired in fucking. Oh wow get that. Yeah listen to that. Do you blame me. Yeah i do. I'm not going to be going anywhere. Unless i have a place to board by animals and they're going to be taken care of and that's where that's at the dog the dog across the street. Yeah this little guy this little dog. We're still waiting for this fucking owner to excuse my language folks but going out of town and leaving your dog with a dog sitter. That's fine the little dog is not walked. it's a little beautiful fourteen year old dog. Say that can you. Yeah i am allowed to say shitsu. Yeah yeah it's a little fourteen year old shitsu dog all right philly got and this little boy is got a lot of energy and nobody walks. Nobody gives a fuck they. Just go over there and they leave. Food there phil. I don't care man and so because he's deaf. I can't get his attention. I can't push open the little dog door and say hey what's up. You know teddy. So i just kind of wait to see if he comes out into the passageway or out into the yard and then i have the the leash because the owner said it was probably cool if i if i walked him And you know you walk this guy around the block a couple times. That solves a lot of problems. You were saying the pre show if you give 'em exercise ninety percent of any problem that dog or cat has had has gone away. Yeah anyway. I don't wanna talk about because it just pisses me off and there's nothing you can do about it in the law. The law won't help you at all if an animal is neglected up to a point. It's all well within the law because some human beings are so goddamn stupid and cruel. That's what they do and the only way you read nba violation of laws. If you're starving the animal if you abandon it things like that. So you're right field. You aren't getting a little maudlin fine. Fine fine art coming up here. We got steve. L. from corona california and steve. Thanks for being on the program now. I know we had you on the show. And i didn't mean to. I want to minimize. You know what's going on with you. But you're on the program today because entirely because but dickman or one of our associate producers felt. It was necessary to have you on the show. Yep okay because you had tweeted something. Yeah i retweeted something. I really it. Something based upon and this was sent to me based upon the flash their the classic archive show that you played last week. I didn't look steve. No one's blaming you. We just don't want to stay on the same topic. I want to stay in the same topic either but we got to clear some things up because i just got This meam from this gal Layla overall the facebook. And what's not using anybody's name. Okay i mean you know her pretty well facebook friend of ours. She's agreed what she she put this thing up says you know dick pic or is are you giving me the thumbs up and i'm like what you know naturally was intended for you because she said. Hey steve you know and so i. I don't have any problem with her. I know she's getting her giggles and she's getting jobs off. You know good for. And i hope that she lives you know and has many many lamps to come. But what i am saying is okay. That's enough you know. I talked about having a dickel and and that was all adjudicated. Many many years ago. I was not the one that decided to put that on the air. Mr henry did favorite classic two of ours. That's that's great. Mr but when you play your favorite classic shows some people have to pay the consequences. Pay the responsibilities. And i'm one of those people. Okay so that after you air what responsibilities you have to pay sir that right there. You just went. Well walk responsibilities. I told these miserable to do that. All right well i remember. I remember your staff. Mr so i can do pretty much what i wanna do cancer and then i can tell you that. Just get off the air. You want to leave the air. No okay because what you just said is well what responsibilities not just that sign. Wow that's feels kinda nice on with pleased right. So i said to them. That's all well and good. That's great and You know but when these shows are aired. I have to take the heat. Now i get this mean from this gal that says is that a is that a dick pic. You give me a thumbs up the animation. Being they got that. I got one. This is a firm and everybody sees it and everyone talks about it and the next day when it comes out when she come out with me. You know everybody's talking about it. And everybody's i don't think so man steve. What do you think the reach of the show such that every water cooler. America's discussing it. I mean there's a lot of people are are heard anybody talk about except for you. You know you're killing me. Nobody talked about that. Show people talk about that show because they liked it. But i didn't hear anybody saying hey. Did you hear steve boselli. Somebody made fun of him because we don't have to spell it out. Will you want us to. You're the one that brought it up. There's no one that i've talked to either. That has set a well. I didn't know that. St boselli has a thumb size. One is that what you're where he is. I might worry. Is it so gonna go. Hey they're to come out till dude. Okay i asked him guys come on would you. What's the language please. He's a dick. I did not spell it out in those terms but as long as you want to go down that road. Okay and i don't think there's a man sitting here. I wanted to be a you started crying. I'll come through the phone. And you know i can do that all right. I'm sorry steve listen. I'm sorry that that girl sent that and as is the case many many times with you if you don't mind me saying oh here we go. That's right steve. Here we go here we go. This is here comes. Mr henry gonna give his lecture. Let me just let me open up my briefcase and get my sandwich out my coffee. Cause here comes. Here comes mr henry and he's gonna stand up turn and he's gonna tell me that i bring it on myself. That's exactly right because every time you're on this program talking about something it's the result of you. Getting your feelings hurt about something that you didn't have to get your feelings or if you've never said anything about it man everything he'd be good so if i didn't say anything about this girl centimeters this name. Did she send this to you and she just posted on facebook. Keep pulling keep posted. She tag me. Oh yeah cheap. Salt yeah i know what that is state ted. You and that means you're going to see it means that you get you. Get a new. What's wrong with you. Can you get a knock it off man. You get a notification. Yes that's right to get a notification that someone's talking about you and that's what i got it said lailah said that you gotta thumb sized dick excuse my language. No it didn't say that at all it said lailah posted me about you. What are you still that. I'm out here the pun. Oh my god. The only place i can have relaxation. You're having a problem with it. Spills i don't give a damn about squirrels man. I tell you could kill them all them. I couldn't care less steve. If you had never said anything you'd be better off. And this is the case with ninety percent of the stuff you say. Show if you just be quiet about it. You're good if you just keep your mouth. Pardon me for saying keep your mouth shut my mouth shut. Keep your mouth mouth shut. No one's gonna say anything about it. No one will take notice of it. Are you telling me not. Just as she says you give them the thumbs up instead of dick pic. You say how that's it just move on and going to be people out there that are going to be talking about it that will they'll they'll be eating this doctor ruskin you know who he is. Dr rothstein yeah dr rocks. Oh yeah that guy was the first one go. Hey what's up steve. Yeah steve. Yeah yeah yeah all that stuff. That's what that kept. Does man he stogies bathing you. Yeah well so what are you dig more it man and i gotta tell you. I'm sorry i'll give you a heads up the next time. We use one of your clips a classic how. 'bout that won't do any good. I mean you can give me the heads up. Well if we give you the heads up it'll give time to maybe get out of town for a couple of days. I let is true. I could probably family and headed up the coast to san luis obispo or bisco. I mean san luis obispo get out of town. So i don't have to sit here and listen. No bunch of people talk about my dick steve. You can catch the download to the show anywhere in san luis obispo as you. Call it all wherever steve. It's gonna be okay man. I'll give you the heads up and we'll make sure that you know i just i want. I want a twenty four hour. Just give me the twenty four hour heads up and clear out a town. It's not gonna help. She said because you can get them. Never mind general. I know what. I'm doing steve. Seriously if i messed you up. I i apologize. I didn't do anything as well. You know what if i were you. I'd unframed that women or whatever it is. Is she a friend of yours. I mean on facebook. Yeah unfriendly seeings for saying something like that and sending you such ridiculous things that you give me a thumbs up or or or is it. Just a dick pic. And he's got the spile interface like she's serving folger's coffee and nineteen fifty six. Yeah i know. I just thought so and you don't take it easy man or i'm going to start beginning to think that you are on the show just for you know just because you want to hear yourself talk. Was that rainman. I mean you'd think you called the buds. You could just get your ass on the year. Thanks a lot steve off. That's all st bozell folks. If you're looking for a car you can have a ball in a car that you can do anything you want in a car that will give you great fuel mileage. A car there will be reliable mechanically as well as aero dynamically as engineering and style and a car that you can do absolutely anything you want in it. The new chevy minsk chevrolet sixteen twenty-one poultry boulevard in pole seen midst as chevrolet is open nine until nine. Talk to steve. Bapco our general manager and ask him about the new nineteen sixty one. Chevy goon yes the v. Chevy goon it moves like a bat out of hell. Welcome back here. Famous cylinder show that you can hear the mall in background. The western states wall. Bobby and steve duly are at the western states. Mold is evening. You guys were doing a little bit. Is it cyber monday. Cyber monday is today slash tomorrow. We're doing a show live here on a sunday night. We wanted to get a headstart on cyber monday. Shell and hopefully. That's what we're doing steve right now. You know we're looking at the laptops and doing it a laptop so i wanna find it phone charger. That works you know yeah. We don't up apple store apple store the apple store. Yeah all right. Well good luck. Did you go out on black. Friday black friday black friday black friday is the day after thanksgiving day when everyone no. We don't go out. 'cause people get crushed under. We don't like to go out on black friday so low because people are crushed their trotter pot. You know that happened in a few places. It's not like it's happening everywhere every year. But i i certainly understand your reticence because it does get to be a little ridiculous things that bad field that we're willing to step our philip given being and crawl over top of them like we're animals. I understand that folks. Thank you very much just had a hard time for both steve. Moselle and tom dot ca. So if you don't mind. I'm sorry so i know that you've got a schedule to keep very and i do. Thank you for letting us So if you were going to be half of things taking If we could Folks thanks taking something that stephen i are trying to promote. If you've given it herself thanksgiving holidays or during the regular year and then you are asked to give. Thanks and you know that. No one's really done anything for you. And i know that if you will allow me feel i know it sounds a little bit selfish but what i'm trying to say is there's so many of us that do so much for others during the year and then comes thanksgiving so on top of all the things that we did for everyone then they tell us. Oh yeah and you should give. Thanks for everything that you got. You know we'll bobby why wouldn't you. Why wouldn't i. what. Why wouldn't you give thanks. You have your boys. You have your beautiful home. Oh i know. I i understand that. What am i getting. Thanks steven. I earned that okay. We worked hard work. I worked hard to do that. Good oh yeah sometimes steve. I wonder whether you actually know what goes into buying a house. What it me. That's supposed to be mistranslated. Well i mean the guy sitting there going yeah. I work hard for that for doing that. Steve do you know how to buy a house. It doesn't matter if my wife does. She's the one that associated. I negotiate all the big purchase. Don't worry about it. My husband goes up the money. All right all right. i'm sorry. how dare you. Maybe i don't know how to do it. Do whatever i could go to the bank and say i need money. Yeah they understand what that means. They understand what that sounds like two and then we feel advocation you fill out the application i cannot. It's one of these days. I'd love to see the note. Just what kind of terms got from the bank for your house. What do you think the note the agreement that you guys have with the bank to pay your mortgage. I understand that. I understand what you mean by that. But steve doesn't. Yes that's what we're saying. Take it easy filling looking at your video cash you. You're gonna shake your own you. Have you ever heard of the shaken baby syndrome. Chicken big a baby. Shut your hole steve. Before i hit you so hard you start speaking russian real funny wells. I'm sorry i didn't come on this program for your music. I hope that you came on the program for my audiences amusement. Oh my god come on the program to educate the audience steve slowdown because it sounds like a gag spittle. You're going mysteriously to quit and making fun of people and you still is and we still is. I mean you still. Are everybody chill now. Let's talk to the dooley's here about thanks taking this holiday. You feel you're you and others who give throughout the year. Our entire thanksgiving. Bobby just to clear this up. You don't really have any reason for thanksgiving. But i mean i feel. I think my husband steve for marrying me. I think my son for being born. Even though stephen me made them but then i think we made you. Thanks for you know. Yeah thanks for coming. You know we made you but thanks for coming out. You could stayed put. I guess i don't know how that works but anyway we're thankful that we have our sons god for that. Can i just get through this. You know the question personally. Believe in god and we do thank god but we do. You know we did that. What does that have to be a whole big holiday. You know what. I'm saying so if you're to get a thanksgiving holiday then thanks taking holiday all right so you've got no problem with giving thanks but you feel like you are entitled that you give you give. Thanks a lot of things. you shouldn't give thanks for. We're always getting thanks and we're always single. Thank you thank you thank you. That's fine but what about. Oh my god you hear that. But what about those that give all year round and no one says anything all right so in other words. How would thanks taking happen. What what what is the holiday of. Thanks taking look like well. It's a pretty simple holiday that we have sketched out stephen. I over the last couple of weeks have got some drafting paper. we sketched out a festive table. At the head of the table. I would sit and speed would say or any of the people that are entitled to the thanks taking and fit and people would come in front of us and say thank you and we say yeah you know we. There'd be a symbolic taking banks. Okay this is symbolic taking what we would just say. Thank you for doing what you've done and we go. Yeah you know. We would make emotion with our hands as if we're sweeping into thank you okay motion with your hands in other words as if embracing yes. So you're wrapping your arms around the thank yous that are being given to you and wendy People come to say thank you. Mr mrs duly. The thanks taking them begins and we begin to say yeah and we. I can't describe it but it's scooping in motion and then when that's all done we will get up. And this is an image or mine to actual thanksgiving. We'll get up and say that was very rich. And plentiful now symbolically symbolically margaret's. Don't get angry with us. We need to go and relieve ourselves symbolically and then we walked to the toilet. And why do you need to do that. I'm not getting angry. But what is the purpose of that. So another words you. You took a lot of food or something. That's what you do on thanksgiving when what are you asking. Why are you going to the bathroom to symbolic. You're not actually relieving yourself. No unless you really have to. It's the show them. That was very rich. It was very very. I'm full and i have to go move my balls. You know what. I didn't think that'd work out to. It's a good idea. These people know bobby no. It's not a good idea. it's a stupid idea. Stupid idea the fact that you people cannot envision and and go with the symbolism of the richness of the. Thanks taking and you then you make a symbolic move to the bathroom as if you have to move your bowels because it was just so much to eat i didn't say eight i take in and that's the part i knew it'd be controversial but everybody when you think about thanksgiving. Everybody thinks about everybody. When you think about thanksgiving talks about going to sleep taking a nap. Loosening their belt not going to the bathroom own really okay. Everyone agrees with that. Pretty much agree with that last year was gonna let me. Just go in and go take adult. I didn't say that. Did i not just saying that's essentially what you're saying is doing and it sounds. It does not sound festive. It's rather disgusting. did you hear that. You know i've been coming on your show a long time. We've been coming on this program a long time. And i have never in my life been so insulted. You really think it's bad. Yeah okay. We're retool it and we get outta here will you. For god's sake we're gonna meet for. I'm looking at you because you're booking another budget goods. That's why thanks folks for listening to the world. Famous phil hendrie show. Well we're kicking off another week here. We go man and don't forget if you haven't heard already today or seen it already. Today is saturday cinema. Saturday cinema on monday. Here on the world famous phil hendrie show. We take the symbolic duff. I know they were going to say that. What the next time you get people in the show. Find out exactly what it is they're talking about. This is on me. I heard her she was talking about. Thanks taking. I thought the tweet was interesting. I had to get in touch with bud and you didn't know what she meant by. It has nothing wrong with it by to take thanks to the whole thing about. Wow that's sure was a rich and filling meal. Let me go take funny. You're laughing charlie. So don't tell me you're not. thanks a lot. ladies and gentlemen the world famous fill. Henry show's executive produced by me. Fill henry for inc. All rights reserved on podcast. One said later on today. Of course. We have the saturday cinema on monday. Jack feel as he announced later on this month you'll be going to mexico. What three days. Three days. Three days worth of from mexico again so Don't like that.

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Episode #1574: The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Episode #1574: The New Phil Hendrie Show

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We want what you to do your impression of a film show guest character and a particular line that they are known for delivering. We want you to do that impression of that character and that line on a video recording of yourself you don't need to show yourself we're not interested in what you do in terms of your facial expressions or any kind of costume we just WanNa hear it and we think using a video record program is GonNa be the best possible way. You can put an Avatar there if you'd like you can put any kind of any kind of visual there but what we want is an audio recording warning of you. Doing an impression of the character we're about to give you and the line that they're known for and here's what you should do with that recording. We want you to Hashtag. Ah Phil Hendrie Challenge and place it on the twitter feed your twitter feed in fact so long as I can see it over there at Real Phil Hendrie. 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That's what you're known for Margaret Thatcher. So make sure you Hashtag it Phil Hendrie Challenge and your impression of Margaret's saying what. How dare you? How dare you? Okay write Hashtag that fill Henry Challenge makes you go to twitter dot com slash. Real Phil Hendrie go to to FACEBOOK DOT COM FORWARD SLASH FILL HENRY FANS PH and s and going over to instagram where my account is Phil. Henry H H. E. N. The rit. Now you just Hashtag it there on Instagram Phil Hendrie Challenge. And we'll find it and we'll post as many of those we can on my instagram instagram page. But what we're looking for is the best impression of you want me to do it again. Yes all right general just please mark how how dare you. How dare you? I will judge all of the entries and we will come up with a winner and will announce that winner on Wednesday show. Another cool thing about this is. We'll be doing it for ten days. Ten show dates and we'll be giving away merchandise. We've got yearly subscriptions to give away lots of fun let's of of involvement for the family a creative endeavor that I don't think we've ever demanded of you before as you show us just exactly. How will you know these people and I see people in quotes? How dare not kidding? How dare you say something like that? I'm kidding around Margaret. Well how dare you. How dare you you guys want? Soft the Margaret were. Just kidding around them knock it off. General what an asshole anyway. Make sure that you Hashtag it Phil emery challenge your impression of Margaret's saying I'm getting sick of this film. What's the thing how dare you? How dare you okay do that will? And that's a winner on tomorrow's show. Oh and as soon as you hear this show today and I'm imagining you. Listening to me. 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Anyway he's obsessing about that and Bobby and Steve Duly explain their idea for a thanks taking holiday. How dare you all right coming up right now on the world famous Phil Hendrie show being famous Phil? Hendrie show here for the Pacific Southern California General Given Shaw. You have the gray rumoured. Leonard and Bud Dickman and Henry thank you very much there. A general and the people miss the commercial which. I don't think they did use the term learned Margaret Given Arrest William. No I will not give it a rest. Filled use the term. Learn at doubt whether or not that's a word I know it's a word and and I know there's appropriate time to use it but I'm not sure that you did so if there's anyone listening right now who knows the appropriate way in which to use the term is great. Wait a minute wait a minute before you got a high heel in the. I don't know if that's right if there's anyone listening right now this tape. There's always gonNA listen. There's nobody what did he say what he wanted to do to. call-in yes we're we're not live you just said we're we're not life which we're not live Margaret. If you want them to call in you might have you know they could shoot us an email all right shoot us an email or a tweet. What does the proper use of the term learn Ernad Phil just said that Zane Land Pre is well learned in the well learnt? He said well well learned in the art of having a good time. And I don't think you would have said well learned for Yams tired of that way. It sounds what it does. Not right what does it when you say well Lert. Hi I'm Margaret Grey. I'm well learned. That sounds dumb Margaret. I'M GONNA go get a drink of water. I'll see if I could get my bowels. It's none of your business. That's one way to kick off the show so welcome to the program. Well you guys this on yourself breath Margaret you know what in the future I get. It felt what would the world famous film show ladies. Gentlemen and boys and girls. We got Tom Dov of coming back today. Because apparently he's gone to work for David Hall Not GonNa work for Dave Hall. He's working a consultant. You ought to be familiar with that. And why no kidding feel. You're you're familiar with consultants. Aren't you're living in the world of radio. Yeah Yeah I mean I am. And what's the big problem. Well you used to talk about him like scum scum urine. That's true I want. You did feel no I did. Not there you gotta give them. I never ever referred to any consultant and radio is the scum of the earth. Some of these guys. I liked some of them I could do without never did I have such strong. Antipathy is at the. Is that the word Margaret. Or are you still working on alerted the funniest thing my fault I did the job I know but I can't strike you know you can't do it with him either. You can't do it with me. I can't do it with him. What kind of filth all you guys give her? You guys climb off of that you'll give it a rest please. Will you making it sound sound like I'm ready to take the whole idea is Tom. DACA is a consultant. He's working with. I know about this because I talked to David. And we'll have come on but he wants to advise you and his name. Is Tom not dumb. You're that's what you're saying you're going to have fun. I realize it's because your tongue is thick by the way. How was your Thanksgiving giving gotta deal with it? We'll fill thickening tongue. I don't know if you've stopped drinking. Yeah Margaret I have. I'm not trying to infer anything. You trying to say drugged our that. I just a a drinker. I thought maybe you were still by being still. It's technically Sunday night even though people. You're listening on a Monday Margaret. That's a rude question. You know you don't be an I'm screwing around gut the less that's it. I can't have a couple of in Detroit Margaret. I'm still drinking. I've been drinking solid since Thursday and it's still technically is the Thanksgiving weekend. All Right Phil I get it no. I'm not drinking. I don't know why tongue was thick but nonetheless. Tom Dav is going to be with us. He's GonNa talk about some specific things that he would like to consult us on. David asked me what I please talk. Talk with him on the show. I said I certainly will. I'm not going to be rude but you. You basically said that David. You're doing a big favor I I said. Hey you know I'll do it but what does it. David thanks to show needs David's concern with some of the contents we'll talk with. Tom Could coming up here in a world famous. Fill Henry show. Also Bobby and Steve Dooley will join us as they tweeted yesterday. And I think they're going to be continuing on this kick until someone disabuse them disabuse them of et the making the point there for the sake your brain started. Just one part of your brain shriveled up. Thank you so bobby. It's Steve Duly One. Part of the brain shriveled up good. It's almost as if you're talking about. So Bobby. And Steve Duly thinking of a new holiday called Thanksgiving but thanks. Thanks taking in other words you sit there and you take the appreciation of others. Well how does that work. I know they were thinking about it in terms of themselves anyone. That's actually helped the needy or America itself. Anyone that's been a great benefactor anyone that's been very generous anyone that has you know help those less fortunate. They deserve to have a holiday called. Thanks taking where they sit there. and they take everybody's Ashley Gosh Pretty Weird. Yeah Yeah tell me about it. I don't think that's it. Take their ask. Why is everything with you general tongue and you know what is your problem all right? Never mind well we might as well get Tom. Dot Com on because. What does Tom Dafa? Because this is part part of what David was talking to me about. You know to be honest with you. I was being polite as I always try to be. But I wasn't quite sure what what he was referring to. Because joining US tonight from the Chronicle in Pasadena restaurant where he enjoys having himself every now and again a cocktail or dinner. Tom Welcome to town. Where where are you is located Tom? I do most of my business. You know I was talking to your Chicago with With people but but I do locate out here in Los Angeles occasion so Tom Thanks for being. Listen you've talked with David and David asked me to talk to you. I'm I'm happy to do it Have you had some input on the show. I don't want you to feel coming on here and I'm trying to tell you You know everything about your show I think the show is is what it is entertaining for. The people. Like the Kinda figure you do. What would you call that? Hold on. I'm asking him a question Phil. Don't get into an argument you're trying to. You're trying to start right. No I'm not trying to start anything. Then why would you ask ask him. What what do you think about that? Kind of show just was curious. Never Mind Forget I asked tell you fill. Your show is not anything that I I do. I do talk radio. I do talk conservative. Talk Radio and You know we place. Our product differ radio stations stations. The joking and the the funny funny funny bone Things I don't know a lot about but I said to David but he has input and I said that David ask you or did you call him the David Asper what do I do. What did did David Hall? Ask you to give input on the show or did you call him and volunteer initially volunteered it. Because I know that fill you had a show on your website right we do all right. I appreciate that you don't carry all upbeat shows though. You know we just carry the odd show. Yeah because we always get a lot of complaints from Los Angeles market and we know that when you're show your website carries beat the people show we know because we've got a lot of people you know leaving the dirty messages. How do you know that that's from us because we know when you've run the show I mean I'm not blaming you necessarily but you have an audience that tend to leave a dirty? They leave these. They love to do to talk dirty on a phone on and unfortunately I answer the phone late at night and when I hear it I'm working office Not here but I've been right now. I'm in a restaurant but I feel like the officers with me everywhere everywhere. I go pick up the phone. And there's some guy talking dirty to me and I'll say this Do people and he'll say he'll say more thirty things and then I'll say okay. Thanks well wait a minute honey. No that's that's not really my listeners. Because it happens it's after every single time you run the show. Every time we run the people and show you have people calling the office. You happen to be there working late and talking dirty to you. There during their dirty minds are at work and I think by the fact Phil. Henry's audience diet. This gets around what I was saying. That just so I'm clear Sir and I don't WanNa keep beating this grab you call. I mean and who do I call. No they call the listeners. Call you yeah. These are people is over Phil aerialist okay breath and they talk dirty into what do they say. Just a lot of fill fill. Your people stinks. I wouldn't want to repeat a lot of it but let the AH permission the female in the room. Go ahead Tom. All right all the people and there's rotten he's writing rotten rotten to the core people just like a piece of make. That is motoring in a garbage. I got I wrote this down people. There's like a maggot ridden piece of meat. And I got his dad you know. That's very extreme and harsh but it's not obscene okay. I'm talking to a guy over here. Excuse me I'm sorry I have to talk to me ain't all right but I'm in a restaurant. How can I give some holidays sauce? Yeah and when you get a chance. Can you feel this glass again. That's very good carpet branch Best breath so when they call. They're saying she'll be things like you stink and people stinks Why do you think it's filthy? The Guy The guy stinks. Who how many guys talking to here? Let me do this guys if a guy calls you and says it people instincts you. You think that's talking dirty talking thirty. He's he's saying to me. I don't know what you'd call dirty. Talk cleaning this up for me no Margaret. You said it all right so they say he's what's the most extreme thing. What is the most extreme negative thing that people say about people? I had a guy call right after you you had to show people show they call these people and is a false. False thing is is saying it's not a bad thing. He's a foul thing you know. What do you call dirty decidedly called? Something dirty is when somebody is using four letter. Words I don't I don't like to get that far but let me bills nicely and what David deal asked me to do after you call him up and volunteered your services. Yeah it's significant. Yeah okay. What's so funny? You gotta you gotTa Guy here. Is your night bud. Yes sir. You played playstation ahead all right. I'll do that but okay yes sir I did. I ran in my rand. My motorcycle order cyclone tree. Just trying to figure out how you know. You're committed communicating 'cause. Tom Don't even go there. Man Okay. Buds perfectly weekly fine. He's got a neurological problem. Doesn't have a mental processing problem. Okay get stanton yeah fine. Fill all I've tried to do you as is being. How was I came to be bucket solid on your show David Hall and we found out that you called him up and volunteered your services? That's that's correct and deny and everybody here's asking questions. I think I think something needs to be said right here. Isn't that true dot com. What would I happen to be a friend of a lot of people who radio. I'm sorry Thom I apologize. I'm a friend of a lot of people radio and I've tried to be a friend of misery down the years but he was rejected by by advice. I haven't rejected your advice Tom. It's just the do you advise different kind of radio. That is completely different from what I used to do. And I'm doing digital now so it doesn't make any difference. Okay all right well fine but You know just let the record show You know you. Ah You're asking me as a friend of your shows Well you you didn't ask me. I asked Mr Hall if I could consult assault and he said yes. But it's almost as if you did ask me because your show is. It may take me. Where do we need help? Are you alright you act up and I want to point that out if I got a dime for every guy on this show that says. I almost gagged up on something. I'd be close to a millionaire. Well maybe you ought to take whatever it is or your boss. Is You know what I'm saying. You know that's something that you would laugh at if recited. That's funny it's not funny to us because you said what do you find to be wanting in the show. What do we need all right? Ah I will tell you Phil and I'm glad that I did volunteer by assistance today. The all because I felt that your program and I listened to a number of shows over of course but You have fixation on something that is Cobb and among a lot of Modern humorous humorous. I suppose uh you have this. Everything's about a and all our our the ass or whether it's called a dollar thirty you know the A. L.. Okay banality. Well Yeah I mean. That's the only bad. Algae that -ality Anfield in Philip has on his program on any given night all kinds of references to let me just look at my notes here as stick it in the ass shove it up the Covering an ass out Here's one here. I had to go with a frying pan. Cover my ass or the frying Pan Man. I covered my ass. FRY baking dish Donald Trump President United States. America said this about. He looks as if he's waiting to take one and hey you know he sticks his ass outweigh pick one up there and on and I've tried to say as I said David I don't think this is helping you. I I think probably hurt you and So eliminate all of that kind of consumer not even humor. It's IT'S A. It's a crude foul wretched references to the to the to the ASS. You don't why don't you like that. I think it probably you know I mean Well never mind. I don't WanNa what were you say. Something Personal No. It's I say that they would you keep referencing aspects and it reminds me of the one thing in my marriage. I'm not getting okay here. We go see no not here. We go anything I think. What what what would you say something like that because it should area that I've tried to address my wife at you know what you do now man and you're you're unloading on my show? Something that's extremely private. I know that but I'm trying to tell you this is how important is. Meanwhile your wife's life's out there listening. I guarantee my wife's not listening to this though she's not I've told her. I said that there are a number of different shows that I would rather she not listen to. I can't keep her from listening. You do it does she. Can't listen to this show or what you're gonNA like. Ground knew something grounder. She's an adult weapons. He's allowed the one so I just said please. Don't listen to that. They had ratio. They've spigot off a lot about asset excellent and I it all and it's the one thing you you're not giving me so you gotta be kidding me then you don't talk to your wife like that. Do you gotta be kidding me did you really you say that man. Not only did I say but did you really come back and mock it and Mickley. Yes I did a lot of people out there that probably took great inception by the way what you just did there. Yes I did hear that. That's the other thing I wanted to bring up the way you people correct each other over and over and over again this show childish at a soda distracting the audience. I don't WanNa hear that constantly over and over correct each other I have told my crew that I don't want them to do would they won't listen to me. It's something that we are very exacting specific people here. Okay Tom when we hear films speak or anyone who speak yes. We'll pointed out all right well a- and you do too much to to the to the to the de Deborah deprivation of your show Debra vacation to the to the negative or the other hurt. It hurts it. I don't know what I'm trying to say. Okay well hold on Tom DOT CAS with us. You remember Tom. He was on the show. He was on the Pete Bone. Show a couple of weeks ago. And he's with us here talking to some talking to us about some conversations. He had with David g hall about our show show and the primary thing that you find wrong with it is. There's too much discussion right there right there. It seems a little. Oh silly get going to laugh at it. I know. But he's saying see like there's much discussion of baby you sell it got bad. Yeah well Tom There you go mucking fill and you told us there was too much of that when you Jeez. Oh man did you hear that. He's ooh man. You're mocking me. Okay Phil I heard you are. That's the very thing you said not to do. That was the second thing I said not to do. The faith thing I I said what's his too much talk about. That guy needs a doctor. Dr Ambulance wants. What was that about? We're GONNA try and call them back. You can't hang up yes sir. Mr Injuries Paul Ossete. No we have a non disconnect. That's the phone line. We call you on now. Yes a phone line. We call on eight time. It's fill Henry. You're not disconnected because we don't allow guests to hang up. The reason for that is a very good one. We've had a lot of people down through the years hanging up on us and we got tired of IT show You heard me get angry and I had a very good reason to get angry. That you guys can't seem to get through your thick head so what it is great. If you can't hang up on me I can just keep on screaming and yelling. Put you on hold. But you can't the line will disconnect disconnect so you're putting me on hold and talk about me and I won't be able to say nothing. I mean we if we decided to get you back on the air. Yeah but you want the line will be disconnected and hold on before we get down that that road you screamed that the word that the words assets you also said that it reminded to do something. Your wife isn't giving you. I did not say that you know. I think it's very unfair. I'm a professional broadcaster. I'm a member of the National Association of Broadcasters that I'm the Committee Automated Western broadcasts of America. I have been a three time candidate for the Federal Communications Commission. So you're not talking to some punk and somebody that you what do your funny act with misery talking to the real deal here. I'll talk we understand that Mr. Daca but you're the one that screened the words. Sx into the phone. Yes I did and and that's because we talk about something on our show that your wife won't give you man the the true guild it into and there you are mocking bud and you're mocking the very thing. You said you didn't want us to do to mock people. I'm sorry. Sorry yes your big hypocrite Al Phony Bologna only lonely phoney Baloney. And he's right he's he's right and it doesn't surprise that you're a candidate for the Federal Communications Commission because they need all the luck heads they can get over there man. I can't pack enough locate. I've a loan. Could I buy time to David Hall to say that I thought was wrong with your program is all you guys do is sit around and talk about tonight right. The one thing that I can't get you'll lady will give up to you. Oh my old lady now now sitting around the clubhouse stock when Abacha Lake Roger Stars. Tom Duff a real idiot. Now that's a guy who is he'll be a good one to call back because he's a he's a technocrat. He's a big shot shot in the broadcasting business. CALL BACK YOU'RE NOT GONNA call him back. No I'M NOT GONNA call him back for what gets about valuable advice. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He's got a lot of really valuable advice. quit talking about aspects because it's up and his wife will give up so that kind of bugs him and then some other crap some other forget when he talked about today but particularly notes. I said not me man. I didn't know that. Why thank you very much? Tom For. Nothing world-famous Phil Hendrie show is GONNA be coming back here. In a couple of seconds St Bozo got a got a card in them. What did he get? He got a a message or a tweet from a woman who it was a picture of a woman saying that it was a picture of a woman. Say this but I don't WanNa read. This was a pitcher convincing this dick pic or a thumbs up. What is it with Zell and his penis obsession? You Know Dharma Darpa Pizza session. Do you have a second on peaceful. Yeah but what are we talking about this two weeks in a row four. I don't know but you took the call. Then he wanted to come on. 'cause he wanted to clear the air after after after after publishing the tweet clearly air after publishing the tweet Stephen Bozo coming up next to you in the world famous fill Henry show. Hey guys is Phil Hendrie for the challenge. You know we're commencing that today and what we want you to do is do your best impression of Margaret. Saying how dare you. How dare are you? You can do that on a video. 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It's fantastic man. Remember that walking dead thing. We saw you you talk about fear. The walking dead. Yeah Oh this is the hotel with the peer Madison drove all the zombies off in. Yes she drove. The walkers occurs off right so you know. Oh Yes sir. I think frank will be free. We'll be down there sometime during the summer. I'll give you guys the dates. The one thing I got figure out is why girl brea here. You know you got to find a shelter. You gotta find a boarding place. That'll give the animals their meds and my my vet does not board. Your vet doesn't board pets. No so I gotTA figure out where we're going to put her and if I can't figure it out then we're not going so you're not GonNa let that ruin your vacation. Yeah Yeah so what do you think I'm GonNa sit here hold on phillies. You'll feel good. You feel you look like you. You were getting electroshock from sixteen different hospitals and it was all wired in fucking. Oh Wow get that. Yeah listen to that. Well do you blame me. Yeah I do. I'm not going to be going anywhere unless I have a place to board my animals and they're going to be taken care of and that's where that's at breath the dog. What about the even the dog across the street this little guy this little dog? We're still waiting for this fucking in order to get skews my language folks going out of town and leaving your dog with a dog sitter. That's fine little dog is not walked. It's beautiful fourteen year old Shitzu dog. Not say that Kenny Shitsu. Yeah Yeah it's a little fourteen year old Shitsu Doug all right phil we got it and this little boy is got a lot of energy and nobody walks nobody gives a fuck they just go over there and they leave food there Phil. I don't care man and so because he's deaf. I can't get his attention. I can't push opened the little dog door and say. Hey what's up Tony so I just kind of wait to see if he comes out into the passageway there or out into the yard and then I have the leash because the owner said it was probably cool if I if I walked him. And you know you walk this guy around the block a couple times. Get that solves a lot of problems. Were saying the pre show if you give an animal exercised is ninety percent of any problem that that dog or cat has had has gone away. Yeah Anyway I don't WanNa talk about it. I mean because it just pisses me off and there's nothing you can do about it in the law. The law won't help you at all if an animal is neglected up to a point. It's all well within the law because some human beings are so god damned stupid and cruel That's what they do and the only way you're going to be in violation laws if you're starving the animal if you abandon things like that you're right field you aren't getting a little Maudlin fine fine fine all right coming up here. We got Steve. o Zell from Corona California and Steve. Thanks for being on the program with us now. I know we had you on the show and I didn't mean to I don't want to minimize you know what's going on with you but you're on the program today because entirely because But Dickman or one of our socio. Bruce felt it was necessary to have you on the show. Oh Yeah Okay because you had re tweeted something. Yeah I retweeted something I read something based upon and this was sent to me based upon the the flash the the the the Classic Archive show that you played last week. I didn't look Steve. No one's blaming you. We just don't want to stay on the same topic. I don't want to stay in the same topic either but we got to clear some things up because I just got This mean from this Gal This Leyla over. We're on facebook and not using anybody's name okay. You know her pretty wild time facebook friend of ours. She's a great. What did she you know? Put this thing it says you know. Is that a dick pic or you guys. Are you giving me the thumbs up. And I'm like what you know just naturally actually it was intended for you because she said Hey Steve you know and so I'm not I don't have any problem with her. She's getting her giggles and she's getting their jollies off you. You know good for and I hope that she lives you know and has many many lamps to come. What I am saying is okay? That's enough you know I talked talked about having a Dixie and I've and that was all adjudicated many many years ago I was not the one that decided to put that on the air. Mr Henry did. It is a favorite class the chew of ours. That's great but when you play your favorite classic shows some people have to pay the consequences of responsibilities and I'm one of those people okay. So that APP you air that well what responsibilities you haven't to Pacer that right there. You just went well. What responsibilities I told these ZANU? Pf Do not to do that. All right well I remember. I remember your staff Mr Energy so I can do pretty much what I wanna do that I can tell you. Just get off the air. You won't leave the air. No okay because what you just said is well. What responsibilities that Wow that's feels kinda nice so I said to them. That's all well and good. That's great and You know when these shows are aired. I have to take the heat now. I get this mean from this. Gal that says is that a is that a dick pic or you give me a thumbs up the animation. Being they got us that I got one and everybody sees and everyone talks about it and the next day when it comes out when she come out with that mean you know everybody's talking about it and the whole and everybody I don't think so. Man Steve What do you think the reach of this show is such that every water cooler. America's discussing I'm mean there's a lot of people are are I don't know I haven't heard anybody talking about except for you you're killing nobody's talking about that show. People talked about that show because they he liked it. But I didn't hear anybody saying hey. Did you hear St Boselli. Somebody made fun of him. Because you don't have to spell it out. Well you want us to. You're the one that brought up. There's no one that I've talked talk to either. That has said well. I didn't know that St Boselli has thumb-sized one. Is that what you're worry is my worry is sorta go. Hey Okay let's I asked vamp guys don't come on. Would you watch the language please does. He said he's a Tom Dick. I didn't know it out in those terms but as long as you want to go down that road okay and I don't think there's a man sitting here wanted to be able to tell if you started crying crime. I'll come through the phone and you know I can do that all right. I'm sorry Steve. Listen I'm sorry that girl sent that me and as is the case many many times with you if you don't mind me saying oh here we go. That's right Steve. Here we go here we go. This is here comes. Mr Henry is going to give his lecture. Let me just let me open up my briefcase briefcase in get my sandwich out. My coffee here comes here comes Mr Henry. And he's GonNa stand up the lectern and he's GonNa tell me that I bring it on myself. That's exactly right because because every time you're on this program talking about something it's the result of you. Getting your feelings hurt about something that you didn't have to get your feelings or if you've never said anything about it man everything he'd be good so if I didn't say anything about this girl sending me this this name. Did she sent this to you and she just posted on facebook. Well she's keep pulling keep hosting she tag way. Oh Yeah so yeah I know what that is they tag you and that means you gotta go see it means that you get you get a new you. You know what's wrong with you. I'm kidding you get knocked off man. You get a notification. Yes that's right to get a notification that someone's talking about you and that's what I got got. It said that you gotta thumb size. Dick Excuse my language say that at all it posted a mean about you. What are you still at that? I'm out here at the PUN. Oh my God the only place I can have relaxed. You're having a problem with it. We can hear the spoils. I don't give it game about squirrels. Man I you know you could kill them all. I couldn't care less Steve. If you had never said anything you'd be better off and this is the case with ninety percent of the stuff you say show if you just be quiet about it. You're good if you just keep your mouth. Pardon me for saying keep your mouth shut my mouth shut. Keep your mouth is mouth shut. No one's going to say anything about it. No one will take notice of it. Are you telling me she says you know. Are you giving the thumbs up instead of Dick Pic. They say That's it just move on. It's going to be people out there that are going to be talking about it. They'll be this Dr Oz gain. You know who he is Dr Dr Rothstein. Yeah Dr Rocco. Yeah that guy was the first one go. Hey Hey what's up. Steve Yeah did you see the Steve. Yeah Yeah Yeah all that stuff love does man. He's always baiting. You yeah well. So what are you dig more it man and I gotTa tell you. I'm sorry I'll give the heads up the next time we use one of your clips as a classic. How about that? I won't do any good. I mean you can give me the heads up. If we give you the heads up it will give you time to. Maybe I get out of town for a couple of days. It is true I could probably pack the family up in Costa San Luis Obispo. Or let's say this bow. I mean San Louis fist-bump what did he get out of town so I don't have to sit here and let's no bunch of people talk about my Dick Steve You can catch the damage. Show anywhere in San Luis Obispo as you. Call it all wherever Steve. It's GonNa be okay man. I'll give you the heads heads up and we'll make sure that you know I just wanted a twenty four hour. Just give the twenty four hour heads up and I can clear out a town. It's not gonNA help she said and because you can get them never mind general. I know what I'm doing Steve. Seriously if I messed up I apologize man. You didn't do anything as well. You know what if I were you. I'd unframed that women or whatever it is your friend of yours. I mean on facebook. Yeah unfriendly for savings for saying saying something like that and sending you such ridiculous things that if you give me a thumbs up or or or is is this a Dick Pic. And she's got the smile L. Interface like she's serving folger's coffee nineteen fifty six. I know I just thought so. You don't take it easy man or I'm going to start beginning to think that you are on the show just for just because you want to hear yourself talk one. Is that rainman. I think you called plus you get your ass on here. Thanks a lot. Steve Audits all St Bozo. Folks if you're looking for a car you can have a ball in a car that you can do anything you want in a car that will give you great fuel. Mileage a car that will be reliable mechanically as well as aerodynamically as well as engineering style and a car that you can do absolutely anything you want in it. The New Chevy Minsk Kaminsky Chevrolet Sixteen Twenty one poultry Boulevard in pole. Seen Minsk Chevrolet is open nine until nine talked to Steve Bapco our general manager and ask him about the new one thousand nine hundred sixty one chevy goon yes. Vh Chevy Goon. It moves like a bat out of Hell Welcome back to famous. Fill in the show that you can hear the mall there in the background. The Western States Wall Bobby and Steve Duly are at the Western states mall. This evening you guys were doing you on a little bit. Is it cyber Monday. Cyber Monday is today slash tomorrow. We're doing the show live here on a Sunday night. We wanted to get a head start on cyber Monday Sunday Shell and hopefully. That's what we're doing Steve Right now and I hear you know. We're looking at the laptop. You know feel and Toyota Laptop so I wanna find it phone charger that that works. You know apple store. You're apple store apple start all right. Well Good Luck Did you go out on Black Friday. Let me go go watch black. Friday wears black Friday the day after Thanksgiving Day when everyone. Yeah 'cause people get crushed under we don't like to go out on black Friday so mo- because people are crushed their Trotta Pot. You know so. Yeah that happened in a few places. It's not like it's happening everywhere every year but I I certainly understand your reticence because it does get to be a little ridiculous things that battlefield battlefield. We're willing to step on our fellow human being and crawl over top of them like we're animals animal. I understand we stand that folks. Thank you very much just had a hard time for both Stevo Zell and Tom off guests. If you don't mind I'm sorry I know you've got a schedule to keep it very and I do thank you for letting us Say A few words in behalf of thanks taking if we could Folks thanks taking something. That's Stephen. Even I are trying to promote. If you've given it yourself or for Thanksgiving holidays during the regular year and then you are asked to give thanks and you know that. No one's really done anything for you and I know that if you will allow me feel I know it sounds a little bit selfish but what I'm trying when you say is there's so many of us that do so much for others during the year and then comes Thanksgiving so on top a couple of all things that we did for everyone then they tell us oh yeah and you should give. Thanks for everything you've got you know. We'll bobby why wouldn't you. Why wouldn't I what? Why wouldn't you give thanks? You have your boys you have your beautiful home. Oh I know I I understand that. What am I giving? Thanks Steven. I earned learned that we work hard. I worked hard to do that. You know yeah sometimes Steve. I wonder whether you actually know what goes into buying a house. What pack me? That's supposed to be Misteri. Well I mean the guy sitting there going yeah. I work hard for that for doing that. Steve Do you know how Blair House. It doesn't matter if my wife does. He's the one that negotiators. I negotiate the big purchases. Don't worry about it. My husband goes out and earns the money. All right all right. I'm sorry how. How dare you? Maybe I don't know how how to do it. Do whatever I can go to the bank and say I need money. Yeah they understand what that means. They understand what that sounds sounds like to feel occasion. You fill out the application I cannot. It's one of these days to see that the note. Just what kind of terms you got from the thanks for your house. What do you mean the note? The agreement that you guys have with the bank to pay your mortgage. Oh yeah so I understand. Yeah that I understand what you mean by that. But Steve doesn't. Yes that's what we're saying. Take it easy and looking at your video cats. You were saying you either shake your own but you have you ever heard of the shaken baby syndrome. Chicken big a baby. Shut your Hole Steve. Before I hit you so hard you start speaking Russian Russian real funny well. I'm sorry I didn't come on this program for amusement I will. I hope that you came on the program from for my audiences Amusement not oh my God came on the program to educate the audience on slowdown. Because it sounds like you're having to gag spittle spittal you're going to quit and making fun of people and you still is and we still is. I mean you still. Are Everybody. Chill chill now. Let's talk to the Dooley's here about thanks. Taking this is a holiday. You'll feel your you and others who give throughout the year. Our entire now Thanksgiving Bobby soclean this up. You don't really have any reason for Thanksgiving but I mean I do feel. I think my husband Steve for marrying me. I think my son for being born even even though Stephen me made them but then I think them for we made you but thanks for you know thanks for coming. You know we made you but thanks for coming out you could stay put. I guess I don't know how that works but anyway we're thankful that we have our sons. Thank God for that. Can I just get through this. You know the question personally. I we believe in God and we do thank God but we do. You know we did that. What does that have to be a whole big holiday? You know what I'm saying. So if you're GonNa you gotta Thanksgiving holiday then thanks taking holiday right. So you've got no problem was giving thanks but you feel like you are entitled that you give you give. Thanks for a lot of things. You shouldn't give thanks for. We're always giving thanks always single. Thank you thank you thank you. That's fine but what about. Oh my God did you hear that. But what about those give all year round and no one says anything all right so in other words how would thanks taking happen. What what was taking like well? It's a pretty simple Holiday that we have sketched out Stephen I Over the last couple of weeks. Have how got some drafting paper. We sketched out a festive table. At the head of the table I would sit and see. What's or any of the people that are entitled to thanks taking and we would sit and people would come in front of this and say thank you and we say yeah you know we there'd be symbolic taking it for thanks? Okay well how do you do. What is this the symbolic taking what we would just say? Thank you for doing what you've done and we go. Yeah Yeah you know. We would make a motion with our hands as if we're sweeping into thank you okay motion with your hands. Yes in other words as you're embracing it so you're reading your arms around the thank yous that are being given to you and Wendy People come to us and say thank you Mr Mrs Duly. The thanks taking them begins and we begin to say. Yeah and we just. I can't describe it but it's a scooping in motion and then when that's all done we will get up and this isn't all message or it'll mayes to actual Thanksgiving we'll get up and say that was very rich and incredible. Now symbolically symbolically Margaret. So you don't get angry with us. We need to go and relieve ourselves symbolically and then we walked to the toilet. And why do you need to do that. I'm not getting angry. But what is the purpose of that so another words you you took it a lot of food order something. No that's what you do thanksgiving. What are you what are you asking? Why are you going to the bathroom to symbolic? You're not actually relieving yourself. No unless you really really have to. It's the show them. That was very rich. It was very very I'm full and I have to go move my balls. You know what I didn't think that'd work out too good. It's a good idea. These people know you know what Bobby No. It's not a good idea. It's a stupid idea about a stupid idea. The thank you. People cannot invasion and go with the symbolism of the richness. Thanks taking and you then you make a symbolic move to the bathroom as if you have to move your bowels because it was just so much to eat. I didn't say eight I take in and that's the part I knew there'd be controversial but everybody when you think about Thanksgiving everybody think about everybody. When you think about Thanksgiving? Everybody talks about going to sleep taking a nap loosening. They're not going to the bathroom really. Everyone agrees with that. Pretty much agree with that was going to let me. Just go in and go take a dump. I you didn't see that did I that you're saying that's essentially what you're saying and it sounds really does not sound festive. It's rather disgusting gusting. Did you hear that. You know I've been coming on your show a long time. We've been coming on this program a long time at I have never in my life been so insulted. You really think it's bad. Yeah okay well we let him we get Outta here will you. For God's sake we're GONNA meet for. I'm looking at you. Because is your book and another budget duds. That's why thanks folks for listening to the world famous Phil Hendrie show. Well we're kicking off another week. Here we go man and don't forget if you haven't heard it already Today or seen it already. Today is Saturday cinema Saturday cinema on a Monday here on the world famous Phil Hendrie show. We take the symbolic Alex Duff. I dare say that. What what what the next time you get people in the show? Find out exactly what it is. They're talking about Phil. This is on me. 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Episode #1220: The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Episode #1220: The New Phil Hendrie Show

"Yeah Baby I duNno famous fill every show from the Pacific on Southern California John German GonNa be guess today's. He Sings Elaine. WHO'VE LEN'S BIRTHDAY PARTY. She turned eighty. One wants to have John Berman. NO DAVID Hall talking to Mr Henry About Berlin and Rajya is funding is back with his son. They went to the charger game and it wasn't too good of course have other things that we do. What what are those. Happy good sounds better than just the way we roll it out. I don't know if you've gotTa have more to say and but staying and the other things we do but what are those you guys talking and charming everyone you know. Can we turn this cacophony of Yeah Yeah. Sorry God God Damn Great. who was that some one of your surf bands? Welcome to the show into this Monday. It's our live streaming show so and I apologize to those of you watching us on use stream because there's a distortion audio that we have not been able to we have not been able to figure out exactly where it comes from why Mr Camplin north by Northwest James Mason. He's talking to cary grant yeah. I don't know but what's the level but he told me to turn it down on a Canada distortion testing one two three four five yeah. This is just driving me out of my God freaking watched watch the language film mind anyway folks welcome to our show such as it is and we have had a distortion problem with our audio audio so I don't know what to tell you but we're going to try work this thing out what you WanNa do. I think you want to give up man. I think you want to go back to work for a big company. You're kidding. Aren't you know we've been talking about it. We really have well. What have you been talking about. We've been talking about the fact that you thought you were a real big man going going on your own going digital. You didn't need radio now. Look at you. What about leaving now. Look at me. I'm doing fine. You're getting driven nuts by all this horse Dung Gareth Jerry Gary. Every time you come in here is a problem in in everything today. There's too much modulation of not modulation. What is it with you and modulation either. There's too much. It's a thing quit full around the paper. Bud Ie moving papers. It's a modulations called sound. Okay sound around yeah. I got it to talk to me like death or well. Let's wouldn't legislation as well. Why isn't it feel. You're always saying distorting. It's not it's something. It's driving all all of us. God Damn Margaret well it. Is You know that that's scream of years did not register on the view Mater. What what is that supposed to mean. I'm telling you there's some sort of a compression happening about when we play this back. I don't know if Margaret Scream is go back and take it right now if they wanted to know. I do not want you too. Thank you okay so what I'm trying to say here and I don't think I'm doing it very well is that we're era that fill the compression driving you ape stuff got. It is and it's barely registering here on the audacity. You're losing audience. The second is you are about this. Is We have John Berryman on today. Folks Margaret what is up with John. John is going to be singing. Happy Birthday to Elaine Hoogland Island. Elaine is the one that has got the hot swamp. I know it's hot. Yes she's civilian John. He's going to sing a request by her are you were always on my mind. Great Willie Nelson Song indeed it is and then I think we have already said we got David. Jehovah wants to take me to task over the whole done Berman episode. What's going on with that Berman. Apparently who didn't you read. You read the stuff right. I read that Berman. Somebody joked that. He put his leg over his head. Hadn't he's looking back. Would you please so David Hall is pissed off at that yes a little bit yeah or as they say little bit because they say Carlito's way and then we also have for your dancing and listening pleasure. I haven't talked to Roger. Awhile yeah went onto the charger game and it staying at stunted. Did you know law and it stunk did but it was not good. We'll chargers lost the game right. Yeah I mean okay. I don't know man well tomorrow is the La Rams. Oh that's right. Today was the big yesterday. This is on Monday that people hearing yesterday was the big game between the chargers and the Los Sangla S- rams and what happened the rams won the chargers sucked as usual and somebody was flying a banner over the stadium basically telling the charges charges to go back to San Diego the Dean Spanos is a rotten owner and euro disagree with any of that to you know. I don't know I don't Mr Henry. Are you out of your mind or some him. For the longest time here had no football. Now you WANNA take it away. Take what a way man the chart you know as I said to anybody that wants to listen the San Diego chargers should never have left never have left San Diego they. You don't think so no they were love down there but hey you know got to get the market ripped up so that's what these cats were all about and that's what they said they needed to do. So I don't know so they'll be doing that and everything else that we have verse to do and I don't know how much more time we can kill John on the line. Mr Juryman ready to go sir yeah I was. I was talking to Mr here but just you you know different things okay. That's fine John Juryman in Philadelphia tonight over there at the main line home say line home. It's the it's kind of a retirement spot and John. I know you're GONNA be singing. Happy Birthday to Elaine Hoaglund. Now we know who he lane is right so phil. Elaine is the young lady I say young. She's eighty two who has been quite enamored of me and I don't know how to say this inappropriate. OPRI it well. She's been she's been you know I yes. It's very difficult. She tried to get her hand down your slacks as I recall. That's that's fine general yes she did she. He tried to get the hand down this one one of the slacks and Good Goodness Gracious Hector is one of our tendency was able to grab the hand before it got down the slack and I'm simply well. She's obviously got some kind of a problem you know. She can't be restrained. She pardon me for saying this. Is there any kind of dementia dementia or she might be small timers but they don't think so they think she's just an exuberant and and very unprincipled at low moral individual the visual otherwise the doctors tell me she's healthiest hell. There's not a thing wrong with her but she has no morals and and you don't they don't call all that unhealthy Margaret. You know what just because someone. You can't really judge. Somebody may have a bad moral sense but it doesn't mean that they're nuts nuts but I'm talking about health yeah I don't know and then I will tell you when I get out to sing and she comes up and they'll do uh-huh Hector. Just keep an eye on here. I'm going to say Hello Ladies and gentlemen this John Jay men and we're going to sing a song here for lovely Elaine who turns eighty two today as I say eighty and here's a song for her that I hope you'll all understand and I hope you'll love and I hope you'll appreciate and it's a song called. You are always on my mind here. I go please give me thank you Jesus Christ to much applause there yeah. I've got maybe he should've loved you more and more every day e Christ. Maybe issue issue for me. I needed that Q. I just have to get a drink of wine. He bought me still wonderful. Thank you very much much later. I have your attention. I'm about to sing for Elaine here. It's her eighty second birthday. So could you shut your hole. Thank you yeah very good point. John Kerry John. Thank you me. I each should have loved you twice as much as I maybe. I should have seen you for that nine. Nine eight passed out on the floor girl. I hidden Christ on a crutch actor. You were always on my ma he you were always on me. It tell me that your sweet love hasn't. He's a yeah. I'm talking on my life. Be Kill me that your sweet love hasn't. Ooh Me tell me that your sweet love will. I mean hasn't there's anti Ko. He told me that you're good but you're sweet. Look I don't know casting. That's got damn great okay. Thank you very much for him. Yeah I could pretty fat which one will John that was rough. I Beg your pardon that was rotten didn't even know the words I oh baby. Who Do you think who do you think taught Margaret Grip the Margaret Improvisational Technique John All right well. I didn't know that is that what you're doing little bit yes. It was what I was doing. Oh Ooh me tell me that your sweet love has an allotted for a little way. Thank you folks. I'm thinking Dan Catch me. I have to know that Elaine Happy Birthday. Give me a kiss in the lips. Jesus it all right. Thank you wheeler away back here. We'll isn't she a doll. Oh Oh yeah. She's a real doll God. Would you just kiss her. That wasn't just a kiss friend. That was her trying to inspect my lower in tested with her tongue. I'm John Kerry yeah okay. We'll John Well. I'm Kelly you at doing a very nice which is so she turned eighty two turned eighty eighty two and with any luck she won't turn eighty-three. I'm joking around. Of course I know her family's listing we love Elaine. We enjoy her mentally. She's just fantastic doing doing. How are you fine. I'm retired now so I have my little condominium here at that overlooks the city and I've got a little hot tub doubt. Oh Oh you have the hot tub out there on the on the patio I do and the hill I had to go through for that. I had to petition the board here these well. Are you going to fall all down in your tub. I said let me tell you something. If you think I'm GONNA fall down. Why don't you guys come on for a TUB party. We'll see who falls in the top. I and that gave you know thank you. Thank you very very much people applauding and that gave them a cause to taunt that gave them with yeah caused caused John. Juryman has been guest. Thank you very much John Well. I mean I think if you Oh my God yes sure Jonathan. You're just going to sing. Here's a song for moderate and on for everyone who's listening right now and I guess that's how everyone is anybody. That's not listening to songs not for you but but you wouldn't know that because you're not listening say thank you are now going to do a song for Margaret. Gray who's listening in from Los Angeles leaving. Oh speaking of you working up an APP good night looking forward to a little afternoon delight rubbing sticks and stones together makes it the sparks ignite and thought of loving when you was making me get Kinda hard down there Oh would you stop sky rockets in Christ. I love this bugging son. Get Out of here for God's sake of everything holy in the name of everything holy afternoon to lie. I editor to lie. Oh God okay John. I gotTa let you go okay if I was hanging the end of a rope. Would you say I gotTa let you go probably yeah why oh you dirty. I like. I like the song we the way he sang it. Well a whole thing about. I'm getting hard down there. Yeah all right. If you ask me I think he's getting a little dinky in England. Lanes not the only one he's getting nuts well. He's getting on in years. You know how old is he probably about fifty one no kidding. I'm I'm joking. He's in his late Seventies. Folks will be right back. The world famous fill Henry show on this Monday. We're doing our live Sunday night stream so we're actually doing this on Sunday night any way and like that and we'll be back. We have coming up next. Rush Benin's GonNa join us with his son talk. We haven't had them on in a long time talking about sports and everything we're GonNa talk some sports with us here. We come back world-famous fill in show back the Phil Hendrie show all right rice fan son todd out there in the southern California environs tonight to talk with us about the well about the ball game. They went to today yeah what they went out to the the football game they sought to. LA RAMS IN LA RAMS GET GRANTS Durant La Rams in the chargers yep yeah rams in San Diego chargers and they're going to tell us about it was like father's father son deal well. That's very nice. I like that. There's spending time together but it's not quite quite like that with the with the scenes. What do you mean it's not like that with the Philippines Valley. Haven't they're very take their sport seriously and they are as you know corrosion his son and his son was born here right. Todd is the son he was born here in the United States Raj and his brothers the guys that around the installation business out there in the valley all those clowns excuse me for saying cloud. All of those guys were born originally in Egypt and so you we have this first generation but the thing is todd refuses to speak English because he doesn't want to lose his always this this kid on this kids five years old well. He's a little older than that. It's about eight or nine now but yeah he refuses to speak he refuses to speak English because he doesn't want to lose the Arab the Arab the Arab unity yeah yeah you mean the Arabic culture yeah yeah sorry rise for being with us here from Encino night rush so it's good to be with you. Did you have a good the game you know it did not have a good time. Michael Garage and general yes how you doing great and broadened Robert Robert. I I haven't been on fills. I wanted to say look at everyone. I appreciate. I appreciate you doing that. So did you enjoy the game. No I did not enjoy the game in my son. you know who. I love more than life itself was the one who is victim victim of us this and thought you know as Margaret. Those speak English do talk Jay. No he refuses tonight especially to speak English. What happened what happened. Oh we wanted to see the judge and they got smoke. They were the bud you know they got smoked by the Alien Ham and what what was the final score. I'm trying to forget I don't know but did they lost and we got season tickets took. No you can't say that adults you speak with a What is he saying. This is when he starts getting into this talking about us. No no he's not talking about you is talking about the San Diego Judge and the so I said that when I was in the stadium with my son and judger are getting beaten Pete and beat down and beat down and beat down and I embrace my son at one point and I said God I'm Saudi. Daddy did this to you and he says to me Daddy. Why did you do this. Why would you bring me to this. I said I tell you the only it was. It was really wrecked. We're talking with rush scene I and todd who went to the charger game today thirty five to twenty three. Please don't Anton say there's a chance your team could lose. They you know that they were going to play play good good last year and then we came to see them to play today and they'll play the rim and there is one of the best teams in the National Football League feel so you Iran Fan. I Still Marin Fan yeah they're. They're playing really well so we went to. Maybe maybe they'll be upset. Maybe the judge will well. It's dunk you don't want they don't get out so I saw that banner flying over the stadium today and I told you you feel that I I I saw that what was the third quarter part of the way toward the third quarter says the worst ordering they will inspire us. Why don't you go back to San Diego and I have to say and I talked to who is my American born son and he refuses to speak English because of this Kinda thing then he's visited upon him everyday life more disappointment than you'll ever know so as football team loses every single English. This child has in this country. He's let down in the point is I can't take it. What was the big deal big deal. We went to see her and they did win ramming now because says send them back to San Diego I stayed up to I say that and taught he says to send back to San Diego Okay so you're pissed off at the chargers because they lost a football game. Thank what are you talking about this tank right now. Hold out for him and look up. Yeah Okay standings the National Football League in the Western division they charge at a one win two losses and then only one above the Oakland Raider and Denver and Kansas City until Oh and m three and all were you one of those guys because I was saying I was thinking maybe I could get a deal on charges. Did you seats because the rams of the team were the ticket and the charges might be cheaper. That's what I was thinking you know I said let's go and he says what was the theme that's turn on the John and he said I'll take. I'll take a chance and I said to him. I'm your father. I'm buying the chance. Are you taking and gave me some backup. You know. Let me just annoying so I finally got him with the shape but we we've put a games and today we see them. Lose get upset thirty five points and I started playing it says go back to San Diego. What do you belong so. You're ready to ship them back. I know they're not going to what's the story with the San Diego chargers. They were down in San Diego for many years. They were going to San Diego for many years but they needed a stadium needed. A stadium in the city wouldn't bill and that's primarily when they left you know they they want to charge like any other football team. They wants to D- what do you call them. city fathers or something like this and they say hey why don't you build me for football stadium and San Diego said no you can take your football team and stick it deep and San Diego go comes to. La What do you think how do you suppose it happens now stadium yeah do you got that right. It's for both teams though it very expensive but la you know wants to have the football game and so naturally they spend the money and this is what we get. They lose that five and this Philip rivers is a quarterback right. Tom Say wow no one speaks no no and I'd rather even if we don't speak Arabic I'd rather he watches mouth but he's you. I don't I saw this Guy Roux's. Everyone says oh wow he's going to be this. Guy Stinks it out here in and he hit out and he's for my money. What's the bastard stuff. What do you mean bastard. It doesn't mean what you think. It means this guy in my culture. Don't you when you say someone's ambassador. You say he's the guy. Are you sure about that. You've been saying that's a long time. Raj Been Seen it for a long time because it's true for a long time they go to the right here. If you don't mind okay saw look I'm I am simply. If You WanNa Call It bandwagon jumping okay. Let's Jump On that bandwagon and soupy saying that enough is enough. I can't pick pick your team and take you to charge on his head and shoved them. All the way back down to San Diego. We're talking to rush Benin and also son Todd is with US todd is American born but refuses to speak English because of the many injurious things that have happened to the Arab culture here in America. Tom Sing that he's been so did taty thing thing but on behalf of the people you speak English until they had people pleaded with the dignity and we did equality and with a would they give me a break. I don't know no no no no no no no not taught. What did he say. Nothing Google a little. What did he say nothing at all. He just made a common okay. Let's just not have any obscenities okay. Oh Wow you guys speak English beat the one. I wonder you dirty man yeah. Hey Hey rush. What's going on man you hitting your kid. Are you hitting your kid. What are you talking about. So what do we know elder abuse going on over there. Give me the phone. Get them back on a right. It's Margaret what's going on. Nothing nothing my son start screaming adding touch him well. I hope not. I didn't lay lay a hand on him. He he goes to run the league that she saw me anyway field. That's what we I. I I can dig it. I appreciate you very much being on our show today and not really sure what to do with that information but I hope like hell at the chargers improve their play play so you will not consider leaving the that you will not consider them leaving but you would not consider them leaving the what did you do but I let him hang up that the charges would not consider leaving the city no-one what if people want to believe. I don't know I don't know I really don't know what the reception has been like like well. They're playing in that little dinky state that what's it called Home Depot Center. Yes there in the Home Depot Center. I really don't know we're coming back here on the Phil Henry. Show so you really don't know what what what's the big rush airfield all kinds of things ben all kinds of all kinds of places that be people to see what what about brace UK yes she's she's asleep onto the board here now. Braille for those that don't know threw up Oliver Food today yeah but you said you're gonNA sputter I did. I fed her some the dry food and she's okay but I fed her to two cans of that wet food and she puked up both of them yeah. Maybe you don't like it. You think man I'm on thinking maybe it was bad or something. You know. Oh you mean it was like rotten or something. We'll take it back. Where'd you get it. I got it from the vet. I got it from the vet now. She was meowing to man she was hungry. I gave her some dry food now. She's kicking it. She's she's doing good. She's not puking at all. I don't know man. I obviously giving her anymore. That wet food. I'll be right back. This is world famous. What nothing I'm joking around what you give them to bud yeah. I'll try it out. world-famous fill. Henry show this is General Hammond. Show reminding you with a one year subscription the world famous Phil Emery show you can get a character voice voice of your choosing one of Phil's guests of your choosing to create any kind of a message you want Ida for your front door for your telephone or just for a party gag but say some some guy sits down on a cushion of what he could make it a whoopie cushion and you hear me go out each on General Caitlin Shaw. Oh that's very cute so check it out. The world famous fill every show filler show dot com do it today. Yeah AH EH that's artificial official intelligence in Texas with suddenly occurs to me. There's no ocean here. We love that song. That's the pills click to pick whatever well I don't know but check them out on spotify defy artificial intelligence in Texas okay all of the drama that happened here on the show last week with Don Burma to Channel Nineteen News. It was finally spilled over to a David g hall. We don't hear much from these days. David as you know is our vice president of syndication but has kept a low profile down down through I'd say the last few months because we asked him to fill in him handed out built look if he had nothing good to say then book off and David Pretty Much did bug off until this last Friday so we're going to give David Back on look at it's not that I don't have a problem talking to David. I have no problem talking. I respect the guy immensely so we're not talking about personality problem of any kind. We're just we're just discussing here. David you know a a guest. I like this guy that you have on your program. This Burma Channel Nineteen News right yeah okay. He calls me up screaming and he says in Henry he's never been so humiliated in this life but I just want to make sure I got it right audible people listening out there that maybe didn't hear this. He's screaming bloody murder. He's saying saying that this Guy Henry has humiliated him beyond all words beyond all recognition and he said that somebody posted on twitter. Don Berman put his leg behind his head and his own quote unquote. Excuse me Margaret Balls what is going on. He said he heard that on your show. That's that's Horse Dung no he didn't. He didn't hear that on our show. That guy made that up what did he. You're on a show. Don't came on the show and said he got so out of his mind signed on pills one night that he started eating out of his cats dish now. That's a fact David out of his own catch fish yeah so one of my listeners sisters made a joke obviously either on twitter. I don't know somewhere to comment section. Maybe on our facebook page. They said he was spotted with his leg behind his head ahead and he was looking at his own balls only Christ on a crutch well. What's the big deal man. That's Tom Burman. That's channel Nineteen News. That's attack ads and decades of news experience that guy is a heritage figure in the Los Angeles. TV market and you guys are talking about him licking balls. You understand what I know. You love the shock of you've seen that word. I'm really disgusted by I'm telling you what was said bargain. I'm GONNA use the very language that was said because I want everyone to know what's going on in the show work for the shore don't you I work for you that it is a matter of fact. That's how yeah you're right. Yes I do. I feel I'm not saying. I don't don't like your show. What I'm saying is you can't go around saying a guy like John. Berman settles back on a Friday night after he comes home and relax relax he lucas his leg behind his head and starts licking on his season David. You should have been here and heard Berman women going on and on about how he was eating cat food and and so forth so people were gonNA make a big deal out of it not only that but he went on twitter and talked about what he went on twitter went on twitter. Yes he was talking about it on twitter David. You need to get both sides before you start ripping into people ripping getting into you guys just want to make sure that I got my permit went on twitter started talking about it on twitter. He said Yeah. I buy canned food and everything out Outta my mind on pills he had been drinking and taking no sentinel. You know I'm so happy that got US worked for me and we had l. want want Horton on. WHO's the general manager of channel thirteen I. He told us that they put up with don stuff because he's such a yeah a big Ami. He's a big ratings grabber that guy guy. Berman hasn't pulled a number of years and he's. Somebody said he won an Emmy. I think that was the name of a second wife any pollution did you did. Did you know I'm kidding around now. David G Hall. Thank you very much. That was eh dawn. I don't want to put down on again. He's on speed dial. I don't want to have him on the show real just yet obviously David's making a joke. Well see that's what's going on. Can you feel people want to get on the show and they wanted to stick. Nobody's being serious about anything rising sun where they were to a point the whole thing about you know talking that he's do whatever the threatening to kill his killer is. What was that some kind of a violent scene fat and it just that's around well anyway. Welcome to a new week folks here in the Phil and reshow dawn but that was a joke okay. I understand that all right so why he's making a big deal out of out of a listener the joke I have no idea we will see you guys tomorrow. Thank you very much for joining us today. And we hope this audio situation now don't reference it felt it on the point when you point to it then everyone points back and goes look at smells bad yeah. You're right so anyway so so don't point out the fact that audio blue duck right on the thanks but so we're. GonNa see cats on the flip flop here. We'll see tomorrow okay here in the world famous Phil Hendrie show and filling ratio dot com mm-hmm and of course don't forget to get your one year subscription to our website. Get Character Voice of your choosing any kind of a message lay it on you will get out you know parcel post baby as C. so this is the Phil Harris. What is this so call happy days. famous feel any show is executive produced by Phil Hendrie for reincorporated. All rights reserved on podcast one. They tried to pull off breath. This is going to come off laid leaker in yours. Mr Moore goal by Harrison Frank uh.

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Day #19 - Missed Opportunities

Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

14:10 min | 1 year ago

Day #19 - Missed Opportunities

"Stay nineteen thirty day solo. PODCAST challenge on David Hooper PODCAST DOT COM and. My job is to help you grow a big audience for your message. We were doing that via podcasting in this series of episodes going. Help you clarify your message. Which is the number one thing you can do to attract with? You'll improve your delivering you to build L. Skills that will translate elsewhere. This going to help your speaking is going to help the emails that you write the blogs that you write you books. It's going to help you organize the books that you do in the veterans connect with people. Read them if you haven't done this already. Listened to the intro episode. I explains the what and the why of everything happening here. The BIG PODCAST DOT com slash subscribe is where to get it and also make sure you don't miss any of the thirty day challenge. This is a system. I'm not just just throwing random stuff out to you. I'm helping you to build the elements that you were going to use on your podcast. And as I mentioned your emails the books you write the public speeches that that you do that will help you attract people but also wants. They're paying attention to you. Help them get connected to you. Help them feel like they know you and encourage hurried them to share what you were doing with other people. Everything's a big podcast dot com slash subscribe got three buttons depending on how you get your podcast iphone android an RSS just feed. When you go to big podcast dot com slash subscribe? You will see the button for you previously on number eighteen. I talked about making a wish. What do you want people to ask ask you? What kind of work do you want to be doing? More of just like a couple days ago. When we talked about jargon you cannot assume that people who are listening to you know what it is that you want you have to be very clear in your message? If you haven't already heard day eighteen or day seventeen talked about jargon go back and listen to for those again big podcast dot com slash subscribe as those and every episode in this series today. The focus is missed opportunities. Sharing a a story of a missed opportunity is going to help people connect with you. Everybody has had missed opportunities. Everybody's had those things we've let go and I wished that we hadn't that stock or investment that you should have invested in that job or that trip that you should have said yes to. We've all got stories like this and by shearing one of yours it gives listeners. An opportunity to feel like they've got something in common with you but also permission for them to share their. I missed opportunity stories. That's why this is important. It is another way to show your humanity. It's also way to show people how you handle. What some would say eh is something negative so the question again be thinking about this? What's a missed opportunity that you've had in life preferably something related needed to what you podcast about talked about congruency on here you want to be able to deviate you? Don't have a podcast where every episode is a hardline episode so we are completely focused on the topic and people. Don't see you as human. They don't know you've got a life outside of that podcast at the same time you do want to have a purpose purpose when you share stories like that and if it can be connected to your podcast if it can be something that brings people back into what you're talking about but does it in a different way again not the hardline content but in a personal way. That's really going to help you attract audience. That's really going to help you. Connect with people on a human level. Here's an example couple of missed opportunity story in because his podcast is about podcasting. This story relates to that topic. We'll take you way back to the nineteen seventies. I grew up in Nashville and I used to listen to a station called W. K. d. f.. It was a classic Rock Format and when I say classic rock. I'm not talking about not Chuck Berry I'm talking about seventies album oriented arena rock think van Halen Bachman Turner overdrive led Zeppelin. That kind of stuff. It it was a huge station. One hundred thousand watts and it went everywhere. Check out this idea that I found this will give you an idea of the kind of format that it was w j Nash. Ten in a row means more music so a quick side note you may have heard a similar sounding voice on some of the tags liners intros on some of the podcast. That I do very old school. Check this out being. I'm going to break that fourth wall right in the middle this story. You're seeing how I grew up and what I listened to and and now you can understand some of the voice over people that hired you intros tags that kind of thing why I picked those guys anyway. Back to the story when I was into the station probably late seventies too but ninety one. That's when I left Nashville. Radio meant something then. This is before the Internet took off before podcasting before we really had other options when we wanted to listen to radio no cable radio no satellite radio and not that I think radio doesn't mean anything now but it really really meant something then the DJ's were celebrities. They had their shifts. You knew who they were you could recognize their voices their personalities and they would do cool things in the community and if they were going the be somewhere you would go because you like them because you connected to them the exact same thing that I'm trying to get you to do with your podcast audience and you would meet them mm-hmm and you will be part of the community that they were building and one of the DJ's at this radio station W. Katya his name was David Hall. I actually found an old air check of a live event. He was doing. I'm going to play this for you. It sounds kind of funny now to think that people would get together for something like this but it was a pretty cool thing where a guy was going through a record store and getting all the records that he could and he will get him for free. Check this out. Katie of getting ready for our record. run down at the sound. Shop greenhills Hidden Mall and David Hall. Is There Steve. It'll be less than an hour now. We'll find out just how John Marion hold up under the gun. You'll have one hundred three seconds to grab as many albums as you can from the sound shop here and walk out the door right on absolutely free. MCA records and Katie. Green Hills Mall where we are as near near Krogers. And the greenhills shopping center. The entrance to the mall is is there and then when you come in the interest just walk straight back and south will be on your left with Acadia logo grow in the window. I've got quite a few videos to give away to people with Katya Rock Qods or Katya shirts hats. All it takes is something with Katie on it and you can have your choice of a poco album under the gun. The new one Acadia of license plates King Biscuit Flower Hour bag with thermos tanning blanket. or how about a six pack with Tutsi on a hot day like today that yours for the asking just coming up with something with Katie F.. On it and while you're here at the sound shop check out the album's there's a dollar three off the regular sale the price of Most albums here in the sound shop a six forty nine album or higher code D or higher goes for dollar three off today only so so come on out and see us remember the record. It's going to happen in less than an hour about two off forty five minutes or so so come on down. Cheer John On and get on some of these deals. We'll be talking to you later right now. Cream's white room on one zero three Katya David Hall from WKBD F Sound Shop. The record store he he was talking about that was a regional record store. We don't have those anymore throughout the southeastern United States. I don't know how many stores they had not a ton few dozen. Maybe anyway big enough to do promotions like this like the. Dj's themselves part of the community and you were invested. You will go to a store like sound shop. The guys who are working behind the counter they new music and they can advise you on what the WHO music was again. We didn't have Internet. We'd have all these things that taught us about new music. Dick other than radio and record stores so twenty years later I've been dabbling around in radio. Mostly doing radio promotion. But I'm starting my own broadcast. Show the one. I've talked about on here. Music Business Radio. That station also in Nashville is called W Rit and David Hall this guy that I used to listen to growing up. He is there at WWL T. He's transferred stations. He's the program director David ultimately was the guy. Hi that I had to win over to get on his station. He was a bit intimidating. He was his older guy. Maybe twenty years older than any of the jocks. They're definitely twenty years older than me. Had all this experience a lot of us at that station. We'd grown up listening to him so we knew he was. There was built in intimidation because of that but he was also a man of few words because he was older. I don't think he connected to a lot of the guys at the station so I want you to think about that. Because here's what happened next. I talked about this a little bit in this series. When I jumped into radio I was not very smooth? I got the job based on specialized knowledge about my subject. The music industry free marketing not my hosting skills. I wasn't a DJ really. I was a talk radio guy but I wanted to get better on the Mike it was going to be beneficial to the show for me to get better later on the Mike and one day my producer says he said. I want you to sit down with David Hall and do an air check now. A couple of days ago talked about jargon so keeping that thread had of explaining jargon. Let me explain what air check is air check is basically a demo recording shows off what you can and in my case can't do on the air the producer you want me to sit down have a recording of myself on the air and have David whole sit across the desk from me in critique me and I was intimidated as hell because I've got this guy that I see in the hall of Grownup listening to him. He wasn't a guy who made it easy to get to know him and stalled on it and eventually some time passed and David whole died in when he died all of that radio knowledge and all that radio experience the things that really really could have helped me that died with him. That is my missed opportunity when it comes to radio and when it comes to podcasting who knows maybe it would have been awful traumatic experience but you never know could have been a great one on a positive note when something like this happens that is a great reminder to jump in on Opportunities Timorese that you do have when they come up and here. We are in the thirty days solar podcast challenge. We're on number. Nineteen Nice work on jumping in. Here is your action. Step get your pin and get your paper. I want you to outline the episode with three things every episode you do needs to have the beginning the middle and the the end and I want you to think about that as you are outlining this episode. I want you to do the intro for me. This intro was talking about how I grew up I was listening to this guy really respected acted him. He was part of my life. Part of how I lived because radio was big. Music was huge for me and this was the guy playing records. This was the guy telling me where to go. What was cool? Come on out before this community. A big setup right. Then there's the meat it's getting to meet this guy get into work alongside this guy and an opportunity for him to help me doing what he did. Of course I missed missed that opportunity. I was too scared to do it. And that's the wrap up. How did our resolve that? It's a great reminder not to miss other opportunities so when things like that happen even if they're difficult tried to jump in side note I've said this on every single episode and I mean it I'm happy to to air check your thirty day. Solo podcast challenge episodes. If you're following along with me on this and if you go to big PODCAST DOT COM and and reach out to me send me a link to an episode that you've done. Let me know what you want me to listen for and I will give you feedback on that episode. I I want people in this with me yesterday talked about what do I want you to know. I want you to be part of this with me. I don't WanNa be the only guy doing podcasting I think we as podcasters sisters can make big impact on the world by having the conversations that we do so if I can help you do that and I think that I can record an episode. Send it to me a big PODCAST DOT com. Let me know what you want me to listen for and I'll do it on. That episode. Remember stories are important. Remember at stores where you can personal stories are best. We WanNA get your listeners attracted to you connected with you. Want to get them to feel like they know you feel like they're part of your show. That's that's how you're going to get them to keep coming back. That's how you're going to get them to subscribe. That's how you will get them to tell their friends key outlined short and tight. You know the story that you're talking about that missed opportunity when you think about all the time the one that got away the trip that you should have taken the job opportunity. You didn't say yes to take three to five minutes. Don't over think it gets a beginning middle and an end hit record gopher uploaded again if you WanNa send it to me big PODCAST DOT COM is the way to do that. Let me know what you want me to listen for and I will get back with you. That is it for today right now before you work on that outline hit record and make that episode I want you to do this. Go to big PODCAST DOT com slash subscribe. Subscribe to this podcast. Cast get all thirty days. Got Three buttons for you one for iphone one for android one for an old fashioned. RSS Feed. Have you get your podcast. I got got you covered. Did PODCAST DOT com slash. Subscribe while you were there. Get the free podcast. Toolkit twenty-five episode templates social media templates. I've got a guest guide guests. Yes process to make your experience interviewing people so much easier make it a better experience for them as well. All of this is included in the free podcast. 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Meaghan Is The Sound Effect Queen

Mojo In The Morning

09:37 min | 3 d ago

Meaghan Is The Sound Effect Queen

"What are the things. I'd been thoroughly impressed with with meghan. She might be the first woman in my life that i've ever known they can do this. We'll you say that one more time. I thoroughly impressed with you. And i think you might be the first woman that i've ever met in my life. That can do something that not. Many women can do matter of fact. I don't think that there's probably even five percent of women that can do it. We could be fighting. What is that sound effects. You are you are. You are an excellent mouth sound effector. Thank you somebody that does it. And i'm gonna tell you. Since most boys were little boys they've always done sound effects right. Like for instance. Most boys would always make the sound of guns or or they would make the sound of sirens from you know. Police or fire trucks spongebob. We will we but most girls never really had to do that. They would have conversations with dolls and things like that. So i don't wanna sound sexist but but to this point ellen come on in studio here for a second. We're going to test out. We're going to test out shannon and allen's abilities of being able to do sound effects and meghan you too. Okay i can i. Can i say as to why i think this is because i was raised by boys might be something to that. It was just my dad. My brother and i so i if i wanted to keep up i had to learn how to make my sound events and i grew up in a family of all girls. The three also. I really didn't want to do this at all if you're wondering why didn't schedule this topic. Monday or tuesday. Allen is our producer. Of course we all know shannon so shannon annell and. I'll start with you ellen. I would like you to make the sound of a pickup truck. That has like no muffler on it and needs you know or genuinely. I don't even kind of know what that would sound like in my head like like the sound of the. How the rumbling type tractor the details like that. Let me let me hear you. D- know this is this. Actually this is stopped at a red light to the then. When he accelerates. Don't own the room channon. Lemme here come on here. Who green light starting to turn. Your full body is engaged was reading the next. The next one is a police car racing to the scene of a car accident. The police car racing car accident shannon. Can i start with you sharia augustina. That's actually very good. Nice shannon can do the siren about you like somebody stepped on a dog's tail in england on fast. What about you megan. let's here. I am among. What is your emergency. I honestly don't know how a cop siren. Sounds right now. I'm drawing a blank. So i thought i nailed i. I'll give you another one. Let me hear you with a basketball bouncing in gym so basketball bouncing on the jim. We are looking at me urine. Unlv insert a boom boom boom boom a little heavy for giant. That sounds like somebody having fun last night. But police at my door ellen. There's like a popping sound. I can make like a god. That's good megan. do you missed fantastic opportunity to pump. Try let's try one more or less. do let's do. Oh gosh let me try this one Oh a a hairband guitar Sound like the sound of tar garbage like a metal band. Yeah like a guitar. Bon jovi like like my head is playing. What song is bet. Oh god johnson roses. I doubt it. But i can't make the don't know how my i'm done here. I'll give you. I'll give you a little taste and a little taste of this version. I know that crazy trade goes here now. Ellen and i could part of the band guy it together ready now on the drums employees. They bailey business. Haley a business. The five percents. My mom is absolutely insane issues. Like little noise. What's the big goto noise for her. The one that he does to us all the time so with noise you got are going to work. i can't go forever on. Shut out financial. I love your mom. David hall great guy. We love david hall. Hey by the way let me hear the whip sound effect from ellen and shannon and mega. That was shannon. All your i. I'm sorry. I didn't tell that's a really. It's a really soft whip am softspoken. Leave me alone okay. Shannon come on. Maggie gives us which is picking commit girl. What's going on john. John what do you think of the mojo in the morning. Show women here. That are giving us a little bit of mouth. sounds great. yeah over when the firemen thank you for the call. John appreciate that is true by the way. If you have brothers you learn how to do this stuff issue is i hear no difference what i'm doing. I know it's wrong because of your reaction. Sounds no different to me. I don't know. I always hate when i hear boys making like the sound effects. You ramirez when i was little drive me nuts that the little boys would be like rare this my being on our generation. Megan do you remember those little mini skateboards like the two finger skateboards that boys would play with. What were the subject tech deck tactics mike. You know how you have your collection of tech's and make the sound while you play with them. Yes bat used to drive me insane on. I used to play tony. Hawk pro skater on playstation. And i will get my techs and play. The soundtrack said dicks. I would sing the soundtrack to the video game while i played with the one. I don't know what the video game was. I only played with my boy cousins and the entire soundtrack too. The snowboarding game was it's tricky to rock around ten. What's up kayla. Hi i tell you guys how much i love this. I think we should do this like once a week. Definitely making a whole segment on dying over here. I don't like it because it brings back horrible childhood memories because my parents would never let us by any expensive toys or video games so we had to make all the sound effects. Everybody nice. you're doing fine. I did out of necessity.

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Episode #1628: The New Phil Hendrie Show

The World of Phil Hendrie

34:17 min | 1 year ago

Episode #1628: The New Phil Hendrie Show

"Hi It's Phil Henry for the world famous fill ratio Barroom showdown twenty twenty and. It's coming up on the fourth. That is Tuesday. Yeah Tuesday Ferry Fourth Barroom showdown twenty twenty between Rudy Canosa and chef. Carletonville you. That's right and what you're going to want to do is go over to facebook dot com forward slash Phil. Hendrie H. H. A. N. S. after spell it out because fill US instead of the word fan anyway go over to facebook dot com forward slash Phil L. Henry Fans and pick the winner of that fight. And Give us the reason why you think that individual will win. I see individuals chef Julia and Rudy. Canosa you can't with their individuals aren't they. You know barely barely so we barely might fell. Let me finish this okay because so much stuff I gotta remember so go over there and pick the winner. Give us a reason why you think they'll win. Then we have the ballroom showdown on Tuesday. And if you're right in picking the winner we he will put all of those names into the hopper. pull a winner of stuff here from the Phil Hendrie show is that actually. That's not really we will draw the name of one of the correct trek predictors of the fight. Whoever wins the fight of predicted? Who the person was? You'll have your name possibly drawn from a collection of those names and we. We have fun stuff to give away Phil saying fun stuff to give away. Because he doesn't know exactly but it is. It's going to be stuff out of stores. It's bitching it'll be bitching. Don't worry about it okay. It'll be bitching fillon. Ratio Dot com the fourth of February it's Barroom showdown twenty twenty famous every Shelby Pacifico in southern California. This is Robert Lennon. General Kevin Shaw. I'm Margaret Laurey. Here's Phil Philly entry. Thank you guys thank you. Well we came in with a power packed Look at that man is pretty pretty noisy. so welcome take us about that. Well it'd be just getting all that all that modulation coming off of that thing then did we. What do we do? All of a sudden bumped up the master. Some looks like the modulation coming in two zero. All all right Phil do you have to do this at bores the audience to tears nevermind. Let's not talk technical stuff. Welcome to the program folks although I do want to do one little thing. Oh You SORTA got timers at it not well. Yeah I mean I like to see how long each of the shows goes to. Don't disturb me because I'm Disturb you boom forty. He just gave it away. Folks forty minutes as the time limit Phil puts on all of the PODCAST. No it is not. That's where we are right now. That's not the whole way to missing things up general that I think it's very fair for the audience that the format. You know exactly what we're what we're going for. They don't have to know the time and they don't they don't need to know speaking of don't need to do need to know. What are we GONNA get turned out in? What is that guy want? Oh Phil That's David Hall. I wanted to talk to him. I said I'd do. It is David on the line to date was unwilling. Will I mean time dot Tom. Dot Com is online to attempt. I've online Antuna David. David is on the David Davidson on line. Four of it all right. Let Me Talk to David. Hey so you want me talking to doc. I asked if you would speak to Mr Dopp kit because I know you don't want to talk to consultants I get it. Look you got a lot of respect for me. Don't you absolutely all right. And I'm a consultant right. Yeah but I like talking to you. I don't like talking to fifteen million other guys. Fifteen million fifteen million one guy and because he comes from Chicago and he's a big fat OAF I don't happen to you prejudice. Because he's a big fan of no. I'm not well you don't WanNa talk to the guy because he's you know he's official. You just talk to me because I don't know why you like talking to me 'cause you smart okay. Dovecote ain't but nonetheless you want me to talk about what we'll talk to him about what it is. I don't know somebody said he wants to talk you about a David. You went about something. You don't even know what it is. What happened there? Say That again. What again with general you? What Phil Tuck to dove about something that you don't even know what it is? He in other words. You want me to talk about something the subject of which you don't know but I still do you want to talk to. Tom Argue voices. When do you all right David? Thanks a lot David David G hollies ladies and gentlemen got him out here on line on to tell him a line because Mr Henry always wants you to tell me what line is going to be on all right all right. We're online into I. Tom Gothic joins us. Here on the Phil Hendrie show from. It are you in the bathtub right now up from my scrubbing. I am a better. I know you don't like it but It's been a very difficult day and I had to get. It's a very difficult day but in three cities cities I was in Detroit that came back to Chicago. You had a chance quick. Change your pants and I was back to Detroit that I had turned around Comeback Chicago and I had to change my underwear gun because it's just a long changing your underwear so much for this kind of thing. It's a good question. Don't you good question volunteering that Tommy to change unaware what because it's a very tough day I had all right and I- perspiring inspiring and So I understand. I don't mean to press you. Well I'm in the bathtub right night. A very tough day. Perspire I perspire. Yeah well y town. I think I'm I think I'm dehydrated last my wife Karen. Hey Karen bottled Wa wa I. I'm dehydrated fill which happens but today when I'm traveling much going between radio stations between it And I don't WANNA slip and fall. I'm always admit communication that In Chicago then I had to go to Detroit at the talk by Bennie K. There how's how's he doing. He's still a great. Would you please give my best He's still find obese. Fm Thing Oh God Almighty Philly threes away. I stay but if I could talk to you. Forgive me feel I don't mean to. I don't WanNa talk try. I don't want to try what you do but notice. You spent awful at Tyler. facebook right an awful lot of time on face but I spend a Lotta time on social media you. I know you do a lot on twitter but a lot of political. I don't know what that is still spends a lot of time on social media and Yeah that area is asking Mr Henry all right unless you want her to speak for. You know I mean Do spend a Lotta time on social media. I do have some political points of view that I don't I wanNA talk about that. You're going to do what you do. I've already talked to you know that politics is bad. I understand that and I am getting that but it has to be. I need event that and I do it on my on my verified twitter account. Why don't you doing on unverified account? Why don't you pretend like why don't you give yourself a fill henry unverified? NFL account shows that verified. But you are verified. What's wrong with that yeah mysterious? He's got a verification Asian cares basically what he's saying is verified by show who cares but me I a you you know what that's how it came down if I if I were to change it now I think would confuse a lot of people. I agree with you to be honest with you. You know what are you talking about. I think are verified. Accounts should be our show account but it worked. The verified account is just me running my about politics. I don't quite know how to change it. Well there's a lot of things you can. Do you just shifted over shift shift. But the reason why I thought he is. You're on facebook a lot and I think it's a bad. You know kind of bad for you because he got into arguments arguments with people that have gotta stick over there. I don't get in arguments with anybody over there when I saw my favorite Martian. No it was some guy talking about some. Some people have made some jokes about Kobe. Bryant right here hold on hold after the Senate and you were giving people a high type people wanNA offend you. Know They WanNa make fun of and have fun and do the comedy. And that's what it Philip. I'm awfully so I'm just trying to get great. I gotTa tell you some Tom I gotTA taste something. I've hung up on people for doing that. Would you please do that. He still hangs up on people. Dod Oh wait wait a minute wait a minute hold on Tom. David's on the line okay. Yeah I only wear a jockstrap. It can't give me the phone and knock it off yet David to work on their nothing. Hold on for David g home now all kinds of stuff is going to take uh. I like what I'm trying to tell you is the following thing right. You tops giving up his time when you're giving him a hard time about his. Yeah you know. He's enjoying himself in the bet. Hold on for a minute. Would you take your kids. You're you're. He's enjoying himself in the bathtub. I don't think there's anything wrong wrong with that. He's relaxing your time. You're feeling you know you're just gonNA feeling it right the bills upsetting you. I'm not setting anybody all right. I'm trying to make it so that we don't have these pornographic explanations of pleasure and Phil. I'm here at the Mall Right now when I'm trying to say this lead. Tom Enjoy himself in his thumb. Even if it sounds like you know Tom where you can enjoy myself I but putting more watering. They're doing a little bit more assist I but he wants to talk you about facebook. Because you're over there arguing with some guy about Kobe Bryant and this puts you know it's very important you don't want to turn the audience so I'm so tell that David I'll let you go so that I can talk to Tom. I appreciate very much your point of view. Thank you okay so Tom. Uh What David David I know he wants to go. Yeah I will probably Mars by favorite planet. Give me that Song David He's as Christ could give a guy break that sound like glued no but So what's the story you're telling people you know. Some people made some jokes about Kobe. Brian and I and I just go David. David I said I don't understand Phil Nine. Line people to make jokes because nobody's going to make jokes about Kobe. Bryant dying on My facebook look page. Okay frightened fill you WANNA come on like some Nazi but people. Don't you understand that facebook people alive fun. They share memes. You know about but I mean Phil Yes all about memes being still a very important I know all about memes. I know what people do. I don't like people. Making jokes looks about Kobe. Bryant but what about the guy told you about on New Year's Day one ray Walston died the my favorite Martian. You remember him right Yes yes they do all right on your show and you will make fun of him. Laugh at a and you said What did you say? First of all I was was in characters art bell and we were talking about Ray Walston had been called home demars. That was the joke. And what a row franchises to his Komo beat a feminist. Then we'll do. We were doing all through the character of art bell. Okay how come you only have a couple of laughs. Koby Bryant died with. I'M NOT GONNA I'm GonNa hang the phone up to you. Hang on the phone. I don't David David you listen. This is the way I can't get through to this guy. I never asked for your your healthy your help Tom. I don't want your help. I don't need your help you know. What would you need my help? I'm doing a favor doing him. Any favors any favors favors. As long as you're talking to me all right. Oh well okay. If that doesn't beat off a little bit kinder all right Tom. I'm sorry all right all right. Okay Tom I'm sorry okay. Are you willing to that. Makes four guys straight this week. Crying unlike bitches. So that's that's GONNA be I'M GONNA BE BE ICE Be I you can't spell bitch let me I. I know what is now but you can't spell it B. I see a kid me some man. Okay Hey you know what I said. No you did not. You said B.. I C. H.. Hi It's Phil Hendrie for the world famous Phil and Reshow Barroom showdown around twenty twenty. And it's coming up on the fourth. That is Tuesday. Yeah Tuesday February fourth is barroom showdown twenty twenty between Rudy Canosa and chef. You have curl to Julia. That's right and what you're going to do is go over to facebook dot com forward slash Phil Hendrie P. H. A. N. S. after spell it out because fill us an s instead of the usual word fan. All right. Let's anyway go over to facebook dot com slash Phil Hendrie fans and pick the winner of that fight and give us the reason why you think that individual will win. I see individuals Schefter Delia and Rudy Canosa individuals. Aren't they you know barely barely. Yeah so we barely might fell. Just let me finish this okay because so much stuff I gotta remember so go over there and pick the winner gives a reason why you think they'll win. Then we have the barroom showdown on Tuesday and if you're right in picking the winner we will put all of those names into the hopper and pull a winner of stuff here from the Phil Hendrie show. Is that actually. That's not really. We will draw the name of One of the correct predictors of the fight. Whoever wins the fight a few predicted who the personal lives? You'll have your name possibly drawn from a collection of those names and we have fun stuff to give away Phil saying fun stuff to give away. Because he doesn't. I know exactly what it is. It's going to be so stuff out of stores it's bitching it'll be bitching. Don't worry about it okay. It'll be bitching fillon. Ratio Dot com the fourth of February it's Barroom showdown twenty twenty famous. Fill every show veal pacifico in southern California California. This is rubber Leonard Dickman. Here's some General Cayman Sean. I'm Margaret Grey. Here is Phil Hendrie. Thank you guys thank you. Well we came in with a power packed. Take a look at that man and it's pre- pretty noisy So welcome news about that. We'll be just getting all that all that modulation coming off of that thing. Then when did we. What did we do? All of a sudden bumped up the master. Some looks like modulation coming in two zero. All right field. You have to do this. It bores the audience to tears number. One let's talk technical stuff. Welcome to the program although I do want to just do one little thing. Oh you set timers at it. Not well yeah I mean I like to see how long each of the shows goes. Don't disturb me because I'm Letting disturb you boom forty. He just gave it away. Folks forty minutes as the time limit Phil puts on all the PODCAST. No so it is not. That's where we are right now. That's not the whole. What are you gonNa you know missing things general? I'm a I think it's very fair for the audience. Go the format. You know exactly what we're what we're going for. They don't have to know the time and they don't a lot of stuff they don't need to know speaking don't need to do you need to know. So what are we GONNA get in. What is that guy want? Oh Phil That's David Hall. Wanted me to talk to him. I said I'd do. It is David on the line to unwind link will. He's I mean Tom. Dot Tucker is or online to ten on line. Two and the David in David is on the David. David Elaine for Let Me Talk to David. Hey so you want me talking to. I asked if you would speak to Mr Dopp kit because I know you. Don't I want to talk to consultants I get look. You got a lot of respect for me. Don't you absolutely all right and I'm a consultant right. Yeah but I like talking to you and I'm like talking fifteen million other you guys fifteen million what is it with you in fifteen million other guys one guy and because he comes from Chicago and he's a big fat OAF I I don't happen to You prejudiced because he's a big fan of no. I'm not well you don't want to talk to the guy because he's you know he's official. You'd like to talk to me because I don't know why you like talking to me because you're smart okay. Dovecote ain't but nonetheless you want to talk about what we'll talk about what it is. I don't know somebody said he wants talk about minimum David Phil Tuck the dove about something. You don't even know what it is. What happened there so any say that again? What again what? General you what Phil to talk to you about something that you don't even know what it is. He in other words. Would you want me to talk to Tom. Dot Com about something the subject of which. You don't know a little better but I still don't you want to talk to. Tom Argue voices. When do you all right David? Thanks a lot David David g holidays and gentlemen got coming up here on lines on to tell him the line because Mr Henry wants you to tell me what line is going to be on all right fine all right. We're online too. Tough joins us here on the Phil Hendrie show from. Are you in the bathtub right now. Really A SCRUB I. I know that you don't like it but It's been a very difficult day and I had to put a very difficult day but in three cities I was in Detroit that came back to Chicago. You had a quick quick change your pants and I was back to Detroit that I had turned around comeback. I should go and change my underwear again because it's a long Anthony Changing your underwear so much for this. Is the kind of thing film. It's a good question. Don't you think why don't understand. Why is that a good question? You're you're volunteering. taught me to change your underwear. What because it's a very tough day? I had all right. I've perspiring and set a tough day. So I understand antihistamine depress you well. I'm in the bathtub right now. A very tough day perspire. I perspire a lot a lot. I think I'm I think I'm dehydrate. Crater last my wife Karen Hey can bottle Wa wa. I'm dehydrated fill. Which happens today when I'm traveling so much going between radio stations? Yeah going between I was at the midtown. And I don't WANNA slip informants up here that In Chicago then I had to go to Detroit. Freud Tactic Benny Benny Hill out there. How's he doing? He's still great. Would you please give him my best. Well Yeah He's doing fine. It'll be funny the FM thing and he's good old ladies. Oh aw right Philly the reason why I would if I talked to you. Forgive me. I don't mean day I don't want I don't want to try to tell you what you do. You know but notice you spend an awful lot tyler. facebook right awful a lot of time on facebook. I spent a lot of time on social media. You I know you do a lot on twitter but political. I don't know what that is still spends a lot of time on social social media and that area is Mr Henry ever want her to speak for you know no no I mean look I do spend a lot of time on social media. I do have some political points of view that I don't want to talk to you about that. You're going to do what you gotta do. I've already talked to you know all politics is is bad. I understand that and I am getting that but there has to be. I need to vent that and I do it on my on. My verified twitter account the pig. Why don't you do it on an unverified account and wanted to pretend like you? Why don't you give yourself ill Henry unverified account? Let's not verified but you are verified. Oh Jesus what's wrong with that. Yeah mysterious. He's got verification cares. Basically what he's saying I'm Philadelphia verified by show who cares but me I A. That's how it came down if I if I were to change it now. I think we confuse a lot of people. Well I agree with you to be honest with you. What are you talking about? I think are verified. Accounts should be short town but it worked out that the verified account. Just be running my Yap about politics. I don't I'm quite know how to change it. Well you know there's a lot of things you can do. You can just Just shifted over. Shift the feeds over. But you're on facebook a lot and I didn't get the bad you know kind of bad for you because you're getting into arguments with people that Kinda stick over there. I don't get in arguments with anybody anybody over there when I saw about My favorite Martian. It was some guy talking about some people had made some jokes about Kobe. Bryant the right there there was a hold on hold Africa spent and you were giving people a hard time people want to offend you know and they WanNa make fun and have fun and do the comedy see. And that's a whole lot from what I feel like. I'm just trying to get some great. I I gotTa tell you something Tom I gotTa tell you something. I've hung up on people for doing that. Would you please don't do that. He hangs up on people. Wait a minute. Wait a minute hold on David's online. Yeah Okay Yeah I. I only wear a jockstrap. It didn't give me the phone and knock it off yet David to go down there. Nothing hold on fermenting a dvd hall now and all kinds of stuff. This is going on is Davis what I'm trying to tell you is the following paying right. You know and Thomas Giving his time when you're giving him a hard time about his enjoying himself in a bad hold after. Would you take your kid out of your your. He's enjoying himself in the bathtub. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. He's relaxing in the right time. You feeling you know you just could've feeling it right. Relaxation upset upsetting setting anybody. All right. I'm trying to make it so that we don't have these pornographic explanations of pleasure. I'm here at the mall right now. When I'm trying to say is this lead? Tom Enjoy himself. Alpha dispatch even if. It sounds like Tom because already where you can enjoy myself. It but but please stand putting more watering. They're doing take a little bit more consistent. Yeah all right so but he wants to talk to you about facebook because you over there arguing with some guy guy about Kobe Bryant and this puts you know very important. You don't want attorney audience so I try to tell that. Put that David. I'll let you go. Oh so that I can talk to Tom. I appreciate very much your point of view. Thank you okay so tom what David David I know he wants to go. Yeah I will probably Mars by Favorite Planning David as Christ give bright there then. You sound like you're ready to come unglued. So what's the story. Well you're tell people don't. Some people made some jokes about Kobe. Bryant and I and I just don't David I said I don't understand Phil non-aligned people to make jokes doc. Nobody's GonNa make jokes about Kobe. Bryant dying on my facebook page okay frightened fill. You WanNa come on like some actually but people don't you understand facebook. People have a lot of fun. They share memes fill. Yes I know all about memes. It'd be being still a very important. I know all about memes. I know what people do. I don't like people making jokes about Kobe Bryant. What about the guy that told you about on New Year's Day One ray Walston died the my favorite Martian? You remember him right yes I do all right you want on your show and you were making unfunny him. Laugh at and you said What did you say? First of all I was in character is art bell. We were talking about Ray. Walston had been called home demars words that was the joke and you made references to his effeminate well that we were doing it all through the character of Art Bell Okay so how come you won't let people make a couple of laughs. Koby Bryant died with this. Is that going to hang the phone up. Yeah okay sure. You Ain't David they would listen. This is the way I can't get through to this. I never asked for your health to your help time. I don't want your help. I don't need your help you you know what I who said you need my help. I'm doing they would holler favor. You're not doing him any favors. I mean any favors as long as you're talking to me all right. Oh well okay. Hey if that doesn't beat off a little bit kinder all right Right Tom. I'm sorry okay Tom. I'm sorry okay. That's all right. What are you into that makes four guys straight this week crying like bitches so that's GonNa be I'm about B B I B I. You can't smell bitch let me talk about what is right now. But you can't spell it I I don't give me some okay. You know. That's what I said. No you did not. You said. Look when you're arguing with people you you gotta allow people to have to have a couple of giggles. I agree with Phil. You're not going to get giggles out of this Kobe Bryant situation and May I remind you Tom Vacation up on me Yes rain. May I remind you that a girl the couple of binders at least two or maybe more I forget died in that crash. All Right Phil. I'm not look I'm just saying when you bust the Donna. That guy told these people people and I had complaints somebody else that said hey they had said to me Phil This is not cool. I don't think people give their opinion and looked at it. He was right. I don't like that stuff on the page on on certain days. Post stuff like that. You were the things that that that turns the audience off to a guy like you and you could be way more susceptible is if you would let people have their comedy you know and you could you know what you're GonNa do say and now it's time for the filigree show and had a comedy but at a day from a facebook people within about that crap can idea. Oh I see because there's no way you're GONNA be funny if people we WANNA be funny they can be funny. Okay the the what. Is it again about the facebook comedy bit of the day. It's the Phil Henry. FACEBOOK comedy comedy. Where's that we're so Yeah Damn Man. Jesus knocking everything over. Sorry about that that just about made me WanNa Puke my guts up. I turn what he's talking about. I think we address this during the pre show. If we didn't I forgive me but you know folks. This is a sad time surrounding that. The the the the Los Angeles Lakers the story that broke over the weekend. The death of Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven other people. And I'm not going to abide comedy routines now. If you want to tell me that we've made fun of people dying in the past you're right and I know how we do it through character. Phil don't start explaining the show. You're getting it as soon to sum it is. It's getting prophecy. Oriel End Safa sophomoric Phil. It's not sophomoric at a good word though. I like professorial. I don't care if it sounds. I'm just saying when we do that we do in character. There's a specific comedic effect. We're trying to achieve. Let's let's talk about Ray. Walston Ray Walston passed on on January the first two thousand one just as Daca said and Ray Walston and we were in character as art bell talking about it and as bell talking about it you know how we interpret arts character in a very strange way. He said that Ray Walston have been called home because of You know whatever. He called home to Mars all right even now somebody said you made some reference about him being gay. I don't recall that we'll have to listen to the bit. Ray Walston was married married longtime to a lady I don't know it might have been his mannerisms on my favorite Martian always talking about you know Tim and Mrs Mrs Brown you know. Oh Pamela Britton yeah parallel Britain. We've been referencing so often she was. She was Ontario that on my Mrs Brown the show my favorite Martian. Oh yeah she had one hell of the general when they put her in a tight skirt well she had a very great great comic timing that show and because she was playing dramatic partner in any event. That's where that's at. So thanks very much diet and Phil Hendrie show. Oh no wait a minute man. We gotta you know squeaking out Phil we got to let people know again that coming up on the Tuesday the fourth of February we'll be. We are barroom showdown number one between chef cultured Elia and Vernon Dosier go to facebook dot com forward slash Phil Hendrie H. S.. And tell us who you think will win that fight and give us your reason now we will take all of the people who are who correctly predict the fight and we'll put them into kind of you know into sort of hopper like they they turn the wheel around and around. It goes not really but a hack something like that and we'll draw a winner and win prizes. People will draw more than one winner. Who knows you? You haven't thought this through heavier. Yes I have man we gotta say that too. Yes I have really well. Yeah okay Any other business. We have to wrap up still going to be on. Say That again. Got Start Talking English sometime. You know that would be a real pleasant change of pace. I said David Hall still wants to be on the hill. Is this alleged. I'm paying all the program May May Not Vice President Syndicate Henry David. Minute wait a minute. And I'm on to consult Larry. Thanks very much but yeah what was that but the play the newspaper before I want you gotta do. It's distracting and it's sounds sounds ridiculous ridiculous it's ridiculous so you get to have music and I'm the host of the show so I just want you the know something okay. TRUMP DOT com was a personal favor and he wanted to tell you about how to do stuff good. You didn't WanNA listen to it. You know I think you guys when out and had a few POPs and now I'm going to be the recipient of all your Horse Shit. Wow yeah that's right. 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Planting a billion trees by 2028

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Planting a billion trees by 2028

"Alexandersson in this is the detail toting twitter to twitter to the forest healthy inciter <hes> people yeah that's a promotional video from the ministry for Primary Industries touting the benefits of its new billion trees initiative the decision to go into calming trees it was sort of a Ni- Brian why because it was got to give us an opportunity to create some income one of the new government's core policies takes a page from Robert Muldoon's thing big political playbook it will see nearly two billion dollars spent on planting ability new trees across the country tree the bit to boost jobs in the regions. The billion trees target was first announced beckoned twenty-seven tain spearheading it the self-proclaimed champion of the region's Shane Jones is going to bring marginal land back into production. We'll probably be a few module maladies that I wanna see productive and it's a big topic for climate change. It's a truly ambitious project. It's promising to plant a billion trees of a teen years. That's one hundred million trees a year over two hundred and seventy thousand new trees a day or around eleven thousand four hundred trees planted every hour fifteen years streit and all of those trees need people to plant them. It's hard Yekeh has checkpoints. Lisa Owen it giving it a god David. I'm sweating like I've been running for about fifteen case. I was just signed to Joe here. The et aren't Rican. I thought I would be failing my thought and my legs but as my risks because the ground is quite <hes> quite tough it is monotonous. Three meters dig planned three Mehta's dig plant repeat pate. The Billion Trees Program is funded through the provincial growth fund. The government wants two-thirds of the trees at pays landowners to plant to be natives but that's been a bit of a sticking point so I fought as we'll hear about soon but there's another big bug deal with this game in rural communities. Brian Gibson is the editor of Hamas weekly it really is about giving landowners and they have an emphasis on famous yet the before impetus to plant trees trees on the land. Is it an environmental thing or is it to create jobs or is it a combination of a few bits. It's a combination of all those things. I think that there is a strong environmental affect us to it. <hes> obviously trees sequester cabin so there's the cabin economy E._S._P._N.. To plant more trees you <hes> negate some of the emissions that you may be doing in other parts of the economy but also there are some jobs and other things involved in planting trees and also of course on Fans uh-huh. There's eight environmental speak to it too <hes>. If you've got more I'm vegetation and trees and the right places on your time you can stop nitrogen runoff and you can mitigate seat them loss and that sort of thing so yeah quite a bit to how does it work. Lick in terms of the exchange between landowners and government so they've got a grant systems I if I'm Orlando and I can apply to the scheme and say look I wanNA plowed this many trees on this part of of my land and there's a process you go through to apply for that and then the government will look at that and go yep that works for us and give you some money to help you. These two hundred forty million dollars set aside to fund this it can be accessed through the direct grants or partnership projects planting a Hick dare of natives. Can you upwards of four thousand dollars a year a hake dare of Pines though from fifteen hundred dollars as individuals or groups including businesses and councils can get partnership grants with the government will co-funded project. If you can prove it will get more trees in the ground. What's the reception being from Thamas on this well? It's been mixed to be honest <hes> and not just to do with the billion trees program. It's more the big a aspect of the cabin economy. I guess I mean individual families will be living this up in some respects you know a lot of famous Hamas do want to plant trees on the if I'm and increase the biodiversity and that sort of thing so that will be going into the scheme but there are a big group of farmers who are worried about this eighth forestation push <hes> and that's because they see you know good productive land for livestock perhaps being planted in trees wholesale and then they see that having an impact on rural communities you know there are some pharmacy would tell you that it's the sheep and beef or dairy farms that keep the rural communities going in terms. The fact that on a farm is a lot more than just the employees on that needed to run up because the contract is involved and keeping the infrastructure going is the I.. Technicians is the stock agents is all those industries you see on the edges of towns collect any value in Seattle Voodoo and Cambridge and that sort of thing so there is some worry yes so the worries mainly that if you tune working thumbs into forestry you don't need as many people looking after a forest as you do a working thumb. That's what these would tell you. Yes warnings of a modern day gold rushes underway as productive land is sold to make room for lucrative forestry families and community leaders in wire-to-wire of the latest to raise concerns estimating around ten thousand hectares of the region's most productive land has has recently been sold to out of town investors wanting to plant trees for harvesting cavern credits using government subsidies. The big issue is the forestation I think <hes> we've seen in the last few months some farm south especially on the east coast the wadded up a for instance being sold to people who are just going to wholesale plant it and talk if I'm into forest and that's flown <hes> <hes> flowed down to you know at the <hes> so yeah we've seen whole capital talk sales where someone has all famine selling all the stock off that far at this hour we add so it's that sort of thing that worries some groups without quite a lot so it's less about the individual funds and more about Ah way tune too much of farming land into forestry well. That's going to the Industry Yeah Yeah Yeah and that has <hes> you know his his some implications in terms of land price you know because you could have speculators. Ages and forestry looking down the line to get cabin created and that sort of thing paying over what found might be with in its current land use four or five signs. Just cannot <hes> compete against the bidding of the forestry. We're getting probably twat half to twice as much as what can afford to pay <hes> and even if we had a recent advertising how you buy this fine you could be as a five hundred thousand dollars with money to plan to go on the whole I just want more force to go into hell this game various games a seat up billion trees and zero Kaban bill and that sort of thing and they want to preserve the way that <hes> farming has been going in these areas for some time now specifically do any firm have particular changes they would like to see made to the scheme to make it workable for them or make them worry less about the impact overall on the industry. The biggest thing we hear is the offsetting of emissions and this isn't out of the billion tree scheme obviously it's part of the zero cabin bu but <hes> at the moment someone who works in a cabinet meeting industry outside of finding Ken plant some trees by plants and trees will buy forest and I'll see the cabinet missions and MENA if I'm aren't able to do that because they met biological emissions mainly methane and nitrous oxide trump is the come at the back of the front of cast so they don't have that option to use <music> whatever they grow on the <hes> tree wise to offset the emissions of the Fam- now there's been quite a few reports done on this whole thing you might have had the parliamentary commissioner for the environment so I mean up to actually advocated the things should change and that farmers should be I would offset the biological emissions in this minute and that those top industry shouldn't and <hes> so that is probably the biggest change that <hes> the farming industry would like to see we've got this without discussing carbon urban credits but let's quickly touch them what they are and what they have to do with planting millions of trees it's all to do with the emissions trading scheme put very simply landowners in Cobb and credits for planting trace they can then use those credits to offset the planet swimming emissions all sell them to companies that emit greenhouse gases which warm the planet but and this is the Gripe Brian was referring to earlier carbon credits can't be used who's to offset emissions from animals so farmers have to pay for their emissions. No matter how many trees they plant you mentioned the zero cobb and bill the endless billion trace game. Is there since here in rural communities that Pharma's getting that have a ruler deal from some government policy at the moment yeah yeah there is yeah I guess it's because the issues like you know for the last ten years or so. It's being water quality and that sort of thing which is still an ongoing issue and now with <hes> climate change because agriculture is such a large part of the New Zealand economy in the fall such a large part of the emissions of greenhouse gases. A lot of focus has been going on the and of course you know the various <hes> environmental groups and that sort of thing who like to shine a light on the timing industry and rightly so but Thomas do feel a bit sort of under the under the pump. If you know what I mean in terms of addressing these issues now the farming. Coming Industry wants to address these issues. The problem is as what regulatory process you go through to do that and the rate of change that occurs from that. I guess it's not just farmers MS unhappy with how the schemes playing out a former New Zealander of the year is taking a swing at the government's billion trees program saying it's going off track two thirds of the trees funded through the two hundred and forty million dollar grants program is supposed to be natives that anthropologist and environmentalists demand Salmon sees foresters are overwhelmingly using this fund to plant exotic pine trees the whole policy is intended to tackle climate change and there's a global consensus that plantation forests <hes> monocultural forest like punishment of the for example. I'm not the way to do this but natural forests <hes> sequester according to scientific articles recently published forty times more carbon than parts which failed of course David Hall is policy researcher who's just edited Akia Full Revolution outlining how beast to transition to a few show with lower emissions the one billion trees program is an not to reverse a pattern that was occurring in recent years which was to see Liz forest being planted and more forest being cut down to the extent that we were potentially going to be losing scale losing volume of our national forest as it's and again a very simple question but why do we need more trees. Why does that matter so from my perspective I focus on climate policy and forestry plays a crucial role in in climate change policy especially for a country like New Zealand is sudenly not the most important thing for climate change policy? The most important thing is reducing emissions but forestry plays key roles both the climate mitigation and adaptation. What does the policy get right? The General Direction of the policy is vital that it's trying to diversify for forests in New Zealand. It's it's looking to get a a wider range of species being planted and looking at a wider range of forestry management systems presently New Zealand's plantation forest dominated did by pilots radioed managed under a clear fell system and that is economically productive and a really vital part of the landscape but it's not suitable for certain sites as we've seen in a Vincent Tala Gabbay especially Ashley Thick would enough cans piled maters high and stretching well into the distance along the coastline of Taiga Bay. It's a popular spot spoiled by a big niece. The heavy rain washed hundreds of tons of slash down rivers destroying family farmland in its path the real challenge for us and this is even a bigger challenge than just the one billion trees program is how over the coming decades we make sure that our forest so well integrated into the landscape and the and the forest system is appropriate for the site well integrated. What does that mean is so so there's a lot of consensus building around the idea of an integrated landscape approach where us a lot of different? land-use choices to reflect all of the peculiarities and particularities of of land sites so some sort of pastoral agricultural be appropriate somewhere one kind of forest. You'll be appropriate here here. Another kind of I troop <unk> appropriate over here and they end the idea is to is to met these appropriate land uses onto the site so that we're not saying some of those environmental impacts from putting the wrong kind of land use in the wrong place ace so on the hall this policy works in the way that it does try and encourage a diverse range of species of trace. The proof is in the put in a new program and so we need to really the measure and see the empirical results at the moment and certainly in the public conversation at the moment. There's a lot of speculation there's a lot of confusion and and misinformation and so there is actually lack of clarity heresy as to how these things are playing out your we as the misinformation because I'm thinking about the discussion that I've heard most recently has been the discussion around natives versus non natives this was supposed to be one third two thirds and it's now ninety the scene pine trees and team. Is that the confusing area or is there something else that people are getting wrong so this is certainly confusion around the numbers it is it is a complicated policy and and the the numbers one billion as a as a great sort of political communication toll and very very useful and and it does drive for good aspiration but yeah the details details of all the how that plays out a lot more complicated. I think the major confusion as is around the pledge for two-thirds of those trees being native but the specifics of it is that it's two thirds of the grads the debating provided to landowners so of the billion trees half a billion is business as usual. It's consolidating the existing plantation forestry that was going on to make sure that it doesn't slip back any further the other half a billion over ten years is additional to existing forestry and part of that half a billion is going to be supported through I rick landowner grants and of those grants two-thirds are intended for native trees. Can you do me a bit of a pros and cons of natives vist exotics and we'll talk about exotics. We really talking about <hes> Pine Right in this instance or the other not necessarily the one billion trees program does have ambition to broaden out those exotics as well because all sorts of trees have different kinds of benefits. Let's and different trade offs involved and one of the problems one of the shortcomings of pirates radio there which has been so much in the news recently is that when they harvested their roots wrought very quickly and that makes for this large window vulnerability between the time of harvest and the time of of reforestation and other exotic species. They don't necessarily have that same window. vilna ability because they wrote stunt as quickly and so there is Christians around with different kinds of exotic species could play a role in especially managing erosion prone land especially route binding species with the roots join together and really stabilize the land a lot more as the pros and cons walk through the pros and cons. I it's it's difficult because we're always talking about different features and I think one of the major points of contention at the moment is as the Carbon Christian exotic trees like pints Radiata and you collapse grow very fast and so as a consequence they sequester carbon very quickly to the extent that they could have a contribution a little contribution to the twenty thirty tag that especially to targets beyond there that they can sequester carbon help New Zealand to meet those targets for native trees it can take them many decades to achieve those same sorts of levels of carbon sequestration although there's a lot of site variation and a lot of species variations so that on average they certainly grow slower and so the question is what are we trying to get out of this. Is that the most important thing that do we want to be sequestering as much carbon in the next few decades as possible and I would argue actually potentially not I think the I think that we've become too fixated on carbon and I think actually we need to be thinking ahead to the the second half of the century which is actually you know that's that's when the world has made a commitment <hes> to reach near zero emissions and it's going to be really vital then to have forests that are resilient the diverse and so they can withstand some of the environmental effects of climate change and so I think we should be thinking a lot more about climate at at tation in regards to the forests and designing Afar forest strategy around that while creating new forest is important. It's a lot more difficult than it seems because it's very easy to cut down forests and it's it's also a profitable to some extent to cut down forests but establishing you forest is really expensive especially if we're talking about native forests and so that's the really that the one billion trees program I'm and also why society has to get its heat around if if museum public wants to see more native trees and I think that's a ambition with support and we have to be realistic about current economic circumstances stunts is and what those financial obstacles and then we need to do some problem solving around that really encourage you rent it out there and get your hands stood in sat brain back afterward the way used to be Qatar your opportunity to baby Padova quite an amazing Jake CODA. That's the detail today. I'm Alex Ashton. The detail is brought to you by newsroom dot co dot indeed made possible by the ironside Indoneia innovation.

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Podcast: Did America Have a Christian Founding?

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Podcast: Did America Have a Christian Founding?

"I'm Shane Morris. With Colson Center for Christian worldview. Did America have a Christian founding. That's the title of historian. Mark David Hall's Outstanding Ending New Book and the topic of today's breakpoint podcast as whole relates. It's a complicated question because I we have to ask. What do we mean by Christian? The founders identify as Christian or. Would it be more fair to say that. They were influenced by Christian political reflection and while historians focus on American founding luminaries. He's like Washington Jefferson Adams and Franklin. They were hardly representative religiously speaking of the vast majority of Americans and other but less known own American founders Mark David Hall is the Herbert Hoover distinguished professor of politics at George Fox University here. He is with Colson Center. President John Stonestreet on street. Walk into the breakpoint podcast wanting to have this conversation for a long time and the publication of a new book is asserting sorting that Opportunity. I met Mark David Hall from George Fox University at an event that we did Markaz Peterborough University right on Religious Liberty Bell. That's right yeah does a great event. It was a great event. It was several years ago and been following. What you've been up? Two cents. Mark has a B A in political all science from Wheaton College in Political Science from the University of Virginia. He's the director of the John Dickinson Forum for the Study of America's founding principles but that's a big acronym. I don't even even how you could pronounce them. But he is the Herbert Hoover distinguished professor of politics at George Fox University and his new book is called. Did America gotTA HAVE A Christian founding separating modern myth from historical truth. Let's walk through it when you ask the question to America have a Christian founding. That seems even the question itself needs to be defined a little bit right which is to have a Christian. Founding is founded on Christian principles where the founders themselves Christians is a possible to have have Christian founders who don't have Christian principles themselves right. There's a lot of questions here so walk us through kind of the landmines. Sure I'd be happy to and that's pretty much. The first chapter the book defining what I mean by Christian founding to begin with we have to decide when America was founded. Are we talking about early. Colonial settlements so the war for independence or the creation creation of our constitutional order in. I think you need to walk through each of those and I argue not give away too much but to let you know that each of these I think could be considered a founding founding any dirt heavily informed Trixie entity the more interesting question. I think for you a nurse is what exactly do we mean by Christian it here if we simply mean the identification of the founders by far and away all that pretty much what it called themselves Christian Ninety Percent Protestant about two percent ascendant Roman Catholic now the news an American the late eighteenth century. Certainly these folks would have all identified. Themselves it's Christians all the different denominations combinations congregational a single quakers. But that's not a very interesting finding because as you suggest someone might identify himself as a Christian and and yet be drinking deeply at the while wells of the enlightenment. They might embraer radically Christian views in the final analysis Interesting question is worth is by Christian ideas or ideas developed within the Christian tradition of political reflection in here. I think answers unequivocally quickly. Yes they were so what you hear. Though from. oftentimes secular sources is the answer to that. Question is definitive. Now that it was enlightenment that what we you know. There's a mirroring of the for example at some levels of the American revolution in the French Revolution. I'm assuming how do you answer that. Challenge yet to begin with. What would I do? Each chapter begins with about thirty quotations from prominent scholars in popular authors. who say things like? Most of America's founders honours were Diaz many of America's founders America godless constitution. So you're exactly right. That's maybe even the consensus in the academy so those ideas are out there in what I show is. There's just very little evidence to support them particularly once we bothered to define terms what we buy by D. S.. Usually what most people think is a clockmaker that right a god who creates a world steps away from doesn't interfere. It doesn't intervene in the affairs submitted nations. If that's what we mean by Deism it's not clear to me any of America's founders for DS with the possible exception of Ethan Allen Inn Thomas Paine if if we count him. It's an American now. It's true that at Thomas Jefferson. John Adams at least late in life embrace some clearly heretical ideas. But that's not the same thing as being adidas but even when we turn beyond a couple. These elite founders to look at the founding generation. We see that Jefferson Adams very much out outliers in terms of their theological. Police one of the things that was interesting is even what we mean when we even use the term diest you know what level of Providence. Because because that seems to me even if you look at Voltaire you look at a Thomas Jefferson that are oftentimes quickly called depressed. Jefferson seemed to have a pretty strong sense that providence evidence was moving in history at the. That's right and he certainly speaks in Official proclamations in this sort of thing is if God does intervene gene in human affairs. Jefferson may be doing that for rhetorical purposes. I'm willing to concede that some of them might be using language like that for rhetorical purposes. But someone like George Washington is always speaking about God intervening human affairs in private letters and public proclamations and informal speech in Soda called Washington D. C.. I think is just completely a historical or we have to redefine Diaz in scholars. Do this to say well. Ds believes believes that God can intervene in human affairs but that's again redefining words to reach an outcome that I think you want to find. You think there's like kind of A. There's been a push. Bush among secular historians kind of remake the founders into their own image. I think a couple of things that are going on one is at. There is a sort of desire to find useful past in so academics jurists and others might go back looking for certain things they wanna find and they very much like the narrative. I've been America had this enlightenment. rationalist founding the founders wanted the strict separation of church and state and that sort of thing. So they're going back looking for it. I also think that the talent scholarship retract to a relatively small handful of founders before he became President Jefferson Madison Washington Adams maybe maybe a Hamilton especially after the play. And maybe Ben Franklin my kids love the play by the lead all lyrics that are clean we use the clean version. But it's pretty. It's it's a remarkable feat of art. I think no it is absolutely the problem is this is a very unrepresentative. Sample founders. Basically all the man I just mentioned with. Except the John Adams were Anglicans or worshiping in churches by them to their lives. Anglicans only about fifteen percent of American population the late eighteenth century whereas Calvin started fifty to seventy five percent in. This group is almost completely neglected as well think about a Franklin spent over half of the last thirty thirty five years of his life in Europe Jefferson and Adams spent significant time in Europe. Hamilton was born in Jamaica and Great America these are very unrepresentative. Founders founders had so I think some scholars just led astray. They look really carefully at Jefferson and Adams Franklin and then they generalized from these very very interesting important men but generalized from them to the American population. And that's just wrong. It would be sort of similar looking really carefully declared Thomas a Michael Michael Steele at J. C. Watts all African American conservatives in generalizing from this very small select in unrepresentative group to all African Americans. Today it would simply be misleading. It would really be false. It's very unrepresentative sample marquee you said at the beginning that one of the questions is win is America's founding endings and we've been talking specifically about the revolutionary era but obviously you go back earlier and it seems like the evidence in terms of the settlements and so so one is even stronger but there's also been historical controversy there right I mean what did they have in mind where they really about religious liberty. Were they about this new kind of opportunity for financial exploitation. How do you answer that one at the evidence is most clear? We when we talk about America's earliest colonies. I mean really almost no one disputes. That that the New England puritans grooms were trying to create godly Commonwealth. They weren't committed to religious liberty in the abstract. They wanted to create common walls in which they could exercise sightseer religious convictions as best. They weren't able to do that in England or Holland so they came over here to do. There was more religious liberty than his oftentimes admitted admitted. But you know they banned quakers. Ben Jesuits were not committed to religious liberty in the abstract. What's more interesting I spent more time is? If you go down South you actually find these. These colonies were a lot more concern about religion then is oftentimes realize the fundamental orders of Virginia punish. Blasphemy require require church. Attendance things like that even tolerant quaker Pennsylvania had religious test for office the government was involved in punishing all sorts of vices including including plenty of things that you and I would think ridiculous on stage plays and things like this would be punished by the state because they were deemed to be corrosive. Sad thing too early early American colonies. Yeah people were attracted by economic gain. Of course they were but religion was very very important from north to south. So if by America's founding we talk about the early colonial settlements I think the case there is easiest literally. These folks are motivated very important ways by the Christian convictions. I guess one of the anachronisms iron `ISMs that I see from historians trying to over secularize America's founding said either. One of those eras is this idea about religion and about how we think the place of religion should be today versus back. Then whether you're talking about kind of Charles Taylor's secularization idea the sense. What's that religion? Is this personal. Private conviction is a way we understand religion today. That's not how they understood what religion was and how important Morton was back. Then you know that's exactly right. This very modern understanding of religion for America's founders again from the early colonial settlements settlements well into the nineteenth century particularly the late eighteenth century of in focus. Your religion is something that you live you breathe it certainly impacted what you did Throughout your life amid there's no mistake that the First Amendment protects the free exercise of religion. If you look some recent presidents spoke only of the freedom of worship with the suggestion that religious liberty is something you do in the Church or synagogue or mosque not at all of course includes that the government should step into a church synagogue Gaga mosque until religiously what to do but also protects Americans legal throughout their everyday. Lives says a act is bakers butchers or Barman head. Of course religion should impact what one does and it should impact public policy though one of my favorite examples that give abyss is Pennsylvanian about seventy eight. Yeah I think it was. They said well you know we recognize that liberty is very important. Gift of God is suddenly that all people should have and therefore we cannot Have Slavery in our Commonwealth. There make explicitly Christian arguments for outlawing slavery in no one would challenge that real. Of course you should let your Christian convictions addictions and moral convictions. Inform public policy in with respect slavery. Very Important Weiss Jane Morris Ciragan. We'll get right back to John Stonestreet and Mark David Hall. Two Thousand Nineteen has been one of the most successful years yet for breakpoint the Colson Center. We've enjoyed hearing from listeners. Like you about the impact of breakpoint point commentaries and podcasts. On your lives your thinking and your ability to relate the current culture from a Christian perspective and two thousand twenty. We want to continue to provide you the clarity. You need on issues you care about if you value the movement of good ideas and what bring others in on it. Please consider supporting us by giving online at breakpoint dot org slash podcast before the year ends. Thanks very much now back to John. Stonestreet and Mark David Hall so I guess one of the questions that I think some folks have because this has been such a kind of a heated argument was America's founding Christian was even religious was a Diaz Duque was a secular. Why does it matter you know and I think it's to question? Why does it matter? Then why does it matter today. You know we're in evolving nation. We're different than what we were. We had slavery back then. We're morally better and I think that's an important question to be able to respond to. How would you do that? I think it's a great question. Yeah my wife kept asking me that as I did does an academic all the time to write the book. Yeah that's right she just thanks. So what why does it matter what matters for a couple. The recent first of all it's important is to have history right right. We want an accurate account of America's history. If I was writing a book on Saudi Arabia of course I would talk about the influence the Biz long in that nation state. It would only make sense right. It'll be utterly ridiculous. It try to write a history of Saudi Arabian ignore Islam. So just getting history. Right in and of itself is a good thing. With respect to America's founding though politicians are routinely appealing back to the founders for guidance in so that they can or political debates debates it's relevant with respect to jurisprudence. It's absolutely Ralph. The US Supreme Court made it crystal-clear in Everson versus board of Education in nineteen forty seven Kevin case that we have to look to the founding era to define meaning of the religion clauses and I think clearly America's founders wanted a very robust understanding of religious liberty including the protection of religious citizens from general neutrally applicable laws. New could talk about that later but also the head of you that the Church and state do not need to be strictly separated that there shouldn't be a wall of separation between Church and state now there are many ways. State states should not interfere with the church for sure there's good biblical theological reasons for keeping the state out of the business of unloading Christianity or particular church but there are plenty of ways in which the two can cooperate so for instance Missouri had a program that provided safe playground surfaces for various entities in a Lutheran Preschool applied for an would received a grant but Missouri's at all. We can't do that. Because of the strict separation of church and state or the founders never intended that sort of thing and in fact you could look at that case as as stay acting in a sort of antireligious way. America's founders never would require that sort outcome in the Supreme Court. Fortunately in his case subsided with the Lutheran Preschool so these preschoolers playground surfaces. And that's a very good outcome that is and we talked a lot about that case and that to me. He is such an interesting one because so many of the conflicts around of religious liberty today after the collision with LGBT rights sexual freedoms and so on but you know this really gets to the heart or at least that Trinity Lutheran case really got to the heart of look. Can the state participate at some level. You should stay away at all all cost. I think the Big Cross Monument case and we've been out is another example of that as well. It does get back to this thing that we hear this wall all of separation between Church and state. That has a very specific historical source and many people would say it's been misunder stood. Walk us through that. Sure while the reference of course is to a letter that Thomas Jefferson wrote to the Danbury Baptists nate to worry said that the First Amendment Creates Wall Wall separation between Church and state. Now it's important to note the begin with Jefferson play no role in riding ratifying the First Amendment so why we should turn to him As someone to shed light on this is beyond me and I address this some detail in the book in our arguments but I suppose them pretty well the actual establishment clause if you think about for a minute. Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion that only binds the state. It doesn't affect the church at all whereas a wall of separation in that metaphor suggested that church interfere with the state in the state should interfere with the church. Cincinnati problematic metaphor. If you look at the founding era you see almost no evidence that America's founders wanted to create a wall seperation twin church and state one of Congress's first actions of federal congress was just repass in worthless. Ordinance would says religion in education is necessary for Free People Congress nate itself available to have church services in the US Capitol building. Jefferson made the war in the Treasury Department's available for Church Services. President issued calls for Fasting again there's all sorts of ways in which founders thought the state could encourage promote Christianity. Some of them might be inappropriate. We could discuss that and particularly in this are more pluralistic era again in the late. Eighteenth Century Ninety percent of Americans. Are Protestants almost one. Hundred percent of Americans and by which Americans of European descent are Christian and and so maybe some things were appropriate in the late eighteenth century that would not be as appropriate in the twenty first century and we can talk about that but as a matter of jurisprudence is a matter of the establishment bushwick clause. There is no separation between Church and state. Let's talk about some of those things. I'm curious since you brought it up. What are some maybe some government? Endorsements assignments are supportive religion from the eighteenth century nineteenth century. That you think would be inappropriate today. Sure it will. For Instance Continental Confederation Congress in the early presidents often issued their explicitly Christian calls for FERN fasting or Thanksgiving Day proclamations. It seems to me only prudent that if a president it today in all presidents have issued this right Brock Obama George Bush Donald trump that they be more inclusive than they not be distinctively Protestant that would just simply be a matter a political prudence in civic friendship. We don't want people to feel that they're not full citizens. The United States of America again it would be constitutionally permissible for the president issue of Barry Protestant Thanksgiving Day proclamation. I just don't think it would be prudent. that's an interesting idea. Well that really underscores to the many of us talk about religious liberty in America we forget some of the states did not really tolerate other And one of the big ones was the difference for screen Protestant and Catholic. He was a little bit of that history. There's been a history of conflict in America about that. Hasn't been but I have to say it's a pretty appealing story. Ory In many ways so I teach at George Fox University tree recognize. George Fox is founder. The quaker tradition quakers were always having a hard time running afoul of the state because they take Jesus literally at his work right to love your enemies to turn the other cheek. So they were pacifist. And they refuse to serve in the militia and yet all early American college required malicious service quakers who refused to swear oaths again taking Jesus literally where he says sworn out at all and so quakers in England were thrown in jail routinely and many died in jail in America's colonies oftentimes he's colonies voluntarily crafted accommodations. The nation's are protections to allow the quakers for instance to affirm rather than swear to Do some sort of alternative service rather than served militia. Now these. These things did develop over time so that seventeenth century quakers sometimes banned from the colonies altogether. But by the time we get to the early eighteenth century every called it went out of its way to protect quakers in this sort of thing is founded the US Constitution. If you think about the article two of office for the president the president it can swear or affirm. This is built in religious accommodation to permit quakers who don't swear owes to present United States Change Madison when he proposed what became the Second Amendment actually would've had constitutional protection for quakers who objected to military service. He did lose that battle. The Senate Kilda's proposal on Houston able to save it but in the first national militia act this sort of religious accommodation was built in the so again. I don't WanNa tell too. We should be story. Certainly you're you're absolutely absolutely right. The quakers always protected Roman. Catholics were discriminated against in not permitted to hold civil office in many states in the nineteenth century we saw a huge arise anti-catholicism. And that is something I don't get into my book but I think it's a very important part of the tale about how some Americans came to embrace the separation Church and state basically. It was a movement to discriminate against Roman Catholics to keep Catholics from getting a share of taxpayers dollars for the Catholic schools so the separation of church-state really as we've come to know the late nineteenth early twentieth century but nominee almost always driven by all season. Yeah it's interesting. Well look we. We got just a few minutes left and I appreciate the approach of the book mark. I appreciate the clarity about when we ask the question. Did America have a Christian founding. We needed to really redefined what we mean by that. And I think that's exactly right that the most interesting question is was it a particularly Christian view of life in the world that had the influence here. And let me ask you this here as we 'cause out if the answer to that question is specific degree yes. What are the specific Christian ideals else that you think had the most impact in America's founding all that's a great question Lubbock question might be the fact that humans created the Imago Day the image of God therefore all humans should be respected treated? Well I think the idea that individuals are rights bare said these rights derived from the God created three to natural law that leaves include things like religious liberty very robust understanding of religious liberty. which as you suggested as under increasing assault today at the end the Founder Center Stanley of Liberty is very important since mid nineteenth century? We tend to think about liberty as being the freedom to do whatever we want except physically harm someone else. The founders had a much more constrained view of liberty basically for them. Liberty was the ability to do what is right. So the idea that you'd have a liberty or freedom to do something that's wrong onto profanity in public or published pornography that wants just inconceivable to America's founders inside think we could do very well to look back to their understanding of Liberty Liberty at least to inform how we live our allies if not informing law and public policy. Yeah and I think if you're going to have that understanding of liberty that's informed by morality. Take that kind of fundamentally puts into the system space for non-governmental institutions to have influence right. Because you're going to get these moral norms. These cultural norm mm someplace other than the constitution. Necessarily Yeah No. That's exactly right and these things are incredibly important for America's founders trunks rocky if you go back and look at lawbooks folks have legal codes from the era Pretty much all the state wants fit into one. Government was far less intrusive and the national. The government was not intended to do almost anything that it does today. If you go back and read Article One section eight of the constitution take seriously. The National Government is supposed to defend the nation regulate interstate. Commerce have a post office. Ms System Accords for limited purposes. But almost anything else to the extended into a government should do it would be done by the states and they're even there are oftentimes education taking care of four people things like that would be run by churches or other private associations. I think we've lost a lot of that. We should return to that. Yeah well this is a fascinating conversation. Feel like we could keep going but my guest today has been and Dr Mark David Hall is the Herbert Hoover distinguished professor of politics at George Fox University and his new book is called. America have a Christian founding separating modern myth from historical truth published by Thomas Nelson and this interview's proof Mark the dough deeply into these waters. And I love the clarity on why this question matters because I think that's really such an important thing to understand answering the question. I feel like keep no one. I hope people. The copy of the book is called. Did America Christian founding Dr Mark Hall. Thanks for joining us today on the breakpoint podcast. Thanks for having me John. You've been listening to John Stonestreet interview with Mark David Hall. Herbert Hoover distinguished professor of politics at George Fox University halls new book. Did America have a Christian. Founding founding is available at our online bookstore at breakpoint dot org. 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Ep. 787 - The Impeachment Charade

The Andrew Klavan Show

46:19 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 787 - The Impeachment Charade

"And Dignity While the Democrats run roughshod over every norm of behavior and destroy everything good intro about America so let's learn some of the rules when someone if there's one thing it's important for every American to know how to play by the rules of politics playing by the rules allows you to maintain an atmosphere of civility and we wouldn't want that trigger warning I'm Andrew Klavan and this is the Andrew Klavan show state cu that's freedom of speech when American speak out freely against the media's corruption that endangers the first amendment you must follow these rules roic deep state protecting Americans from their incorrect decisions when Donald Trump suggested Ukraine examined corruption that might include opposition candidate Joe Biden that what does this woke is really powerful word is really a good way to promote their narrative books jess that all this time all through human history in Arizona's Lady Governor Jan Brewer pointed a finger at President Barack Obama and told him she needed some border security that was called finger gate and wasn't example of brewers races bridge and time to buy some new sportswear and stop on the president's face when Barack Obama's Justice Department and Intelligence Agency spied on the opposing party's campaign that was disrespect for our first black president who did I mention was black when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stuck her finger donald trump that was an example of feminist independence and really excited to get me one of those today. I'm going to talk about this absolute absurd impeachment. Cherie is being run by McCarthy McCarthy early or else you could wake up and suddenly find yourself telling a power obsessed bunch of baby-killing Communist Democrats media to Kiss Your Butt and then go straight to hell substructure of oppression racism sexism and stuff like that they're all of history is now revealed to have been a massive conglomeration of these when a sportswear company puts an enormous billboard in Times Square showing a woman tying trump and stopping on the president's face then it's time to buy some new sportswear at this empires selling has now come to be called being woke the left of always been good storytellers they live in their imaginations where stories of form so I guess I get a lot of the sleep to the real nature of things we walk sleepwalk in the every day but it's all an illusion and now suddenly were woke and we see the evil right Congressman Adam Schiff and I also want to talk a little bit about this heartbreaking story out of Texas in which a father is trying to stop the sexual abuse and possible chemical worse than Watergate in which a president spied on the opposing party like Barack Obama did trump finally when the news media lie and distort in order to support a D Asian of his son in the name of transgenderism now both of these these are two very different stories but both of these are to some degree concern what I call the Empire of out of slavery out of bigotry out of sexism out of the limiting choices that minorities and women have had you have to forget that whole history and they are right I'm here in Memphis Tennessee I'm going to be talking at Mississippi State is the near monopoly by the left of America's storytelling machinery the mainstream news media Hollywood and the academy buying into the self serving and dishonest you have to be asleep to reality you have to forget the fact that it's the United States and the West that has led the long slow slog of humanity evils and nothing that has been believed in be believed any longer the New York Times form a newspaper now about his woke as well can be puts out ten achieved the spoiled do nothing half baked beneficiaries of those centuries of Western effort are the real heroes of humanity because they have nothing adversity tonight and later this week will be at the University of Memphis I if you can come out come out I should just so they're giving away a little Andrew Cleveland stickers I'm really excited at Mississippi State Honky Tonk also saying you should see Thompson the news media that Hollywood the academy have so much power and all we've got to start a revolution with is the truth so let's get started but of thousands of words trying to convince us the Soviet Union was really the good guys in the Cold War and the United States of America has nothing but a side effect of its main purpose Texas illegally castrate a child obviously again two different stories like both are woke both are acting as if the old rules don't apply is holding black 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your imagination with Oh to an actual official source and say look I have a source who's telling me ABC is that true and then you've got that official source to go on the record now they have left out the nine ninety five at six bottles of wine for just twenty nine ninety nine they usually beckoned wine would go for baby maybe twenty dollars a bottle normally media run with it I will be able to set my agenda so for example I talked about this yesterday right now there's somebody high up in the GOP trying to spread the WHO would go on the record an anonymous source was usually in those days someone who's afraid of losing his job if he told the truth so he would tell you something but then you used what he told you to talking to Mitt Mick Mulvaney the chief of staff the Acting Chief of staff on his show and this is what Wallace said and I talked to a very well connected Republican in on a thing about an anonymous source is every anonymous source is a person with an agenda a person trying to sell a story for his own purposes right she was talking about good journalism the person who said this is floating story the person who said it just succeeded the minute Chris Wallace opened his mouth and the thing about it is is first thing I want to begin talking about because we're really talking about the way stories are told and the way people's minds are twisted okay the way people's minds twisted to accept the Republican Wall is breaking if the Republicans are no longer supporting trump how come every single republican voted to censure Adam Schiff I mean it's it's embarrassing to watch the press who railed and railed about Joseph McCarthy because he didn't present his evidence support Adam Schiff in this star chamber investigation of the president leaking information constantly saying well we've got this we've got this we've got this without proving a thing just like McCarthy used to do is almost camps he believes obviously it's just an estimate now at twenty percent chance up Republicans will vote with the Democrats to remove the president so Greta suster who used issue bottles arrive you then go back online and rape them you say which one you like which when you didn't like and then I want a leaf can take those ratings and narrow down what you like and send you better on Fox News she sent out a tweet saying Chris Wallace should know better than to use a non animus well-connected Republican he should name names or not say this at all as without the identity the information is coming from so that makes it not news that makes a pure propaganda manipulated by the sources right if this yesterday so Washington this week somebody whose name you wouldn't know well who says that if the House votes to impeach and it gets to trial in the Senate there is now a twenty percent I'm line to sharpen their public ace right House Democrats once I'm an impeachment vote by Thanksgiving now conceded they may have to go slower orange float this story that the Republicans might abandon trump as a peach mint drive speeds up so Chris Wallace fell for this hook line and sinker slash andrew the winds from really really good at night and I drink wine I'm a big one for your also another kingdom you want to check out another kingdom the latest episode is now available to everyone zip babies so wonderful it's almost like a McCarthy came back to life so they vote to censure him and the vote fails but every single Republican supports it so the it's about the president has emerged from private depositions secret depositions in other words unfolding behind closed doors Democrat leaders have now begun plotting a full scale that's why in the old days when I was a newsman and a reporter you didn't use anonymous sources what you did was if you had an anonymous source you used him to go to someone look like it to me all right so now pushing this story the New York Times a former newspaper runs a story today Democrats slow impeachment time said fifty four percent approve of opening an inquiry into the present right and they sampled thirty five hundred randomly selected adults source just just anonymous sources and so of course these guys have figured out Oh if I leak this information and not that information if I say this not that the news in I had hoped to move as soon as Thanksgiving wrap up a narrow inquiry focussed around Mr Trump's dealings with Ukraine buoyed by polling data that shows that the public supports the investigation even about this romantic yesterday the House voted the Republicans pushed a vote to censure Adam Schiff Congressman Adam Schiff who should should be censored he has been McCarthy Iris and so you see things that just aren't true and you believe things that just aren't true or think it is a good thing to pretend you believe him firstly I wanna talk about his anonymous sources and this is really important because every what is a well-connected its purpose is merely a smear and cause trouble name names or don't say this law and then people attack her you know smearing Chris Wallace which is nonsense and you know just by the way just evidence of your eyes I don't know if you're watching some of these trump rallies pretty soon he's GonNa have to all these rally stadiums are not going to hold they already know hold forty-two percent Republican fourteen point difference favoring Democrats and they came out to support just opening opening the investigation not as they plan public hearings to drive home their case House Democrats have resigned themselves to the likelihood that impeachment proceedings against President trump will extend into the Christmas people he's bringing and he's just going to have a you know a a rally in Delaware it's going to be the entire state of Delaware if people are abandoning Donald Trump manage sure does the story might be true it might not be true but the point is you can't l. because you don't know who the sources so you can't say oh well that's this guy is humid Romney or what is his name teaching trump and certainly not removing trump's entire poll is just a propaganda tool trying to convince people that this thing is really gaining steam and all boy now polls had been dishonest listen not all puzzle are dishonest some polls are trying their best samples are just kind of searching in the dark but for instance the Pew Research Center listen as they plan a series of public hearings intended to make the simplest and most devastating possible case in favor of removing Mr Trump Democrat voters are not yet sold on impeaching the president but after a complicated web better Gisar dramatically readings since it's all crap after a complicated web of damaging revelations so first of all only about half of registered voters vote so now you don't even know if these people are registered voters the it means nothing it's an absolutely absolutely means nothing people support the president and obviously most Republicans start support the president and that needs remember that Nancy Pelosi majority depends on those on people who won mation that you were being plunged into for the purpose of convincing you at the president you elected the president that was elected according to the constitution is somehow for some reason going to be thrown out because he said something never mind the fact that everybody's walking every mind the fact that we're a piece never mind the fact that everything's going fine he said end former director of National Intelligence James Clapper along with other current and former intelligence community officials this is what as Kimberley Strassel told us this is what this whole investigation out of the Department of Justice investigation into how the investigation of Donald Trump in the by the Obama administration how the spying plot on the and probably more time consuming effort let me translate this they got nothing they have got nothing the public isn't buying and they know it and these thing about these polls these N. who does the turn out was in this random selection of fourteen hundred of them lean Republican nine thousand nine hundred of them leaned Democrats so that's Asian and Durham has increased the size of staff and pushed out his timeframe. This is what prosecutors do when they think they've discovered a crime and Durham will be interviewing John Brennan trump campaign got started that investigation is spreading out okay and this is also a source story but the reason that it's a little bit more believable in swing states on Congress people who won in swing states and those are the people that's why she's got Adam Schiff out there doing his McCarthy thing in front of the cameras while the other people are hiding a- actually infiltrated his campaign that's nowhere near as bad as mentioning Joe Biden so somebody in Ukraine Ukrainian president and the thing is we now know that later they can say well we just wanted to do the inquiry but may have gone too far right when they go back to run again that's why Nancy Pelosi is playing this the way she's playing it because she knows estimating me this is bizarre he says it's bizarre the word is that the attorney general and John Durham have expanded their examination of the origins of the trump Russia investigation like mad scorned and worried and political they're kicking into overdrive Johnson saw that and he did a study of these leaks in he told Mark Levin if they go full out impeachment all the time they're gonNA get creamed in the next election so it's all just a construct and the thing about this is is there because the German something to some guy in the Ukraine impeach him right and of course by the way when you look at these polls there are different in swing states in the swing states the ones that matter the is because John Brennan himself the former CIA director who had a big hand in starting the Spine Campaign Against Donald Trump. He says I don't know why why they're in he did a study he had a staff do study Peter Struck you remember Peter Struck he's the guy was lovers with Lisa page and they were sending these text messages back and forth these leaks these anonymous sources right these how they got this investigation steamrolled and we know this and we know that the CIA and the FBI was oh now oh boy they're coming out and they're going to do these questions in this questioning in public it's nonsense it is just nonsense all of this stuff is like a bath of this there were FBI in the FBI and struck wrote to page I think our sisters have begun leaking like mad or sisters being the CIA right our sisters have begun leaking all things about it is about casting aspersions on these guys right making you go yeah but it's not as bad as the Ukraine having spies tap trump's phone and leaked in the New York Times and other Democrat venues and that's what got the whole thing if something about the president that's about the president so Senator Ron Johnson right okay so that's Mark Levin obviously the great one leading him to tell his case about how these anonymous leaks in collusion with the media how the IT under Obama Sixty two nash security leaks and this is where this whole narrative began back in December with with trump in two thousand five leaks into the news media sixty two of those have with national security and that compares to in the same time period nine in the Bush administration to a seasoned reporter on my staff from the Washington Post one of the few conservatives and you know we we looked with Alexa search so let's let's on Fox when he found one of the things I had my staff do this was an in July of two thousand seventeen we issued a report because of all these leaks and so delicto premiered twitter feed on which he defended himself on twitter a you don't know who it is and so you can't tell what the agenda is and you don't aw the campaign being aided by Russia and then finally turning into trump colluded with Russia to steal the election from Hillary Clinton that same story to Chuck Todd on meet the press here's what happened I have my third letter into the Inspector General vicinity asking Chuck Todd is lying he's he's line is defending this process of the deep state and you heard me talk about yesterday the New York Times is running article after article saying that's a Fox News conspiracy theory but the story is not about the media this is like don't interrupt my narrative with your facts don't interrupt my narrative with your fact of course it's about the media because you're because supposedly investigating Hunter Biden now we don't know whether he did that because he was investigating or if he did it because the prosecutor Oh the deep state how wonderful they are the defendant from this president but no one tells us what evil this president has committed yesterday Baidoa works that he's like Hitler and I thought God descriptions in the attacks because they've got nothing they've got nothing that he's done meanwhile trump has been how hounding Joe Biden the way he does these high hounding Oh Biden over the fact that Biden son had this job at a gas company in Ukraine and he has no expertise he was basically playing off his father's it's a Fox conspiracy theory this work that they did researching these leaks that we know happened in that Struck said were happening in the struck himself said we're political got this full false story of trump colluding with the Russians into the paper into the press to give and they're trying to do it now this crazy they're doing the exact same thing that New York Times kids how the story would be covered if that were me he declared his innocence if that were my sons that took one hundred sixty eight thousand dollars from this you know if you were like Hitler you couldn't say use like Hitler because he'd be like Hitler and you'd be gone right that's how you know she's not like Hitler they keep amping up the I just read you it's the exact same thing and here's what happened I played a little bit of this before but I want to play it again just see so you know when Senator Johnson tried to now saying as the evil is the quid pro quo we don't know whether he did it to protect the sun we really don't know that it's like when Bernie Sanders says there are People Living Mansions and people living in the street that's true because his father was vice president and the story that you remember where Biden said he was not going to give Ukraine a billion dollars in aid unless they fired a prosecutor who at the time was true that is exactly what happened it's but it doesn't mean it doesn't mean Biden did anything wrong it doesn't mean although it was a quid pro quo and this is the thing his kids are fine young men are not his God appointed Anderson Cooper asked a question saying Oh this during the Democrat debates saying Oh this is a false story I we know there's no evidence corrupt we just don't know okay so but it's politics right trump is playing his side of the story and here's what he said to Hannity about if if this were one of his confirm just to confirm are you investigating those leaks to Peter Struck talked about nine senators I know that's that's the setup very questionable company and Energy Company and they knew nothing about energy it'll he knew nothing about energy and he has a bad record bed track record in wheatley associated with Donald Trump produces video in which trump shoots his enemies in the Democrat Party in the media that proves that trump is degrading public discourse and inspiring violence outstanding young men it would be the biggest story of the century he he's got a point never mind the story trump took out an ad on facebook it said Biden threatened to withhold aid Ukraine until they fired a prosecutor prosecutor who's investigating his son now that's the please answer the question that I asked you instead of trying to make Donald Trump feel better here that you're not criticizing so then getting thrown out of the navy and even the way he got into Navy is interesting in his position if that were done junior if that were eric trump her take a look all these news stories that are talking about a leak and in that he came in he does in just one hundred twenty five days one hundred twenty six days there would one exactly what president trump is upset in why his supporters are upset when news media okay Johnson Johnson meals I mean the two things are related okay so it doesn't mean that you need socialism to solve that problem but Lester Holt and all the Democrats Lester Holt is the anchor point why a Fox News conspiracy propaganda stuff is popping up on is no bad as I'm going here is that as senator untrue and listen to the way he phrases it in this interview the move to call out foreign actors comes as facebook is embroiled in controversy over political ads at home men on NBC ABC He he wants Mark Zuckerberg to censor the ads take Donald Trump's Adam because it's not you so come join the conversation false eyelashes and make up his hairs got glitter in its he's wearing a dress now imagine and I know I've covered trials as a reporter and I know that what people here you're in the jury box is not what people here when they read the newspaper Okay so sometimes how you would feel seeing what I believe is actual sexual abuse I believe this is not just emotional abuse but is the very most fundamental is that there is a a man named Jeff younger who is trying to protect his seven-year-old son James from his mother hey destroy this child's life and imagine debt your ex wife has addressed him as a drag queen to talk to you yes day you have to see your son sexually abused and you have to maintain your call as a girl and here is him the father in this interview talking about what this experience has been like for him trying to get custody away from this woman who who has their obviously apart and the mother doctor and I think it's called Georgia ghoulish is transitioning him into a female this is a little really tell them apart but but basically they want Zuckerberg to take the president of the United States off for lying when he's not lying that's not lying that's playing politics candidate claims the feel like you're giving a green light to politicians that no I believe that that it is in and for people to be able to hear and see what politicians are saying I think that when they do that that speech will be heavily scrutinized by other journalists by other people the only way you can survive this and get your son through this alive is to calmly allow your son to be tortured right before your eyes atmosphere of narrative that the left is trying to create and that we are here on the at the daily wire and and other places fighting against this is what we're doing every day this is why ls the opposition hot as heartbreaking heartbreaking story and the thing is the only reason it's imagined thing but it's not up to mark Zuckerberg to to censor the president it's not up ten to censor anybody really you know obviously he can take up pornography and claims that this mother is a loon okay the mother sends him to school and treat them like a girl and calls him the Luna he's the father claims that the mother would free we'll hatred stuff but he he's supposed Mark Zuckerberg supposed to be the guy who determines would you see and hear from the president of the United States I don't think so so this is controlling there's a difference between line and playing and playing politics all politicians do this stuff trump does play fast and loose with the truth he does say things and he's got that Carney Barker's way of exaggerating every you have to be the one who's calm because the courts are not going to be fair to you bolt the only reason it's imaginable is because of this empire of lies the news media Hollywood the academy selling this Oy this is a little boy and the jury decided that they would not give the father a sole custody and the judge still has to come out with more of this decision and how the doing it which brings me to this Texas story I want to be careful about the store because I only have it from one side have it from life site news which of course is a very powerful pro-life site title form of Sexual Abuse Tampering with the sexual identity of vulnerable boy every single during one of that gay LGBT Hugh townhall on CNN and say Oh yes my little girl is really a boy I mean that that that would garbage the fact that Democrat candidates all the Democratic candidates would stand and pretend to be charmed instead of horrified by dressing little girl up girls up as boys in him about being a boy would tell them that they were monsters who would come and eat him if he was a boy but he'd be protected if he was a girl she claims that the fact that he liked frozen means that is NBC Lester Holt is NBC Chuck Todd Networks whether it's a very very left wing network MSNBC and NBC your sister stations and you can't Susan is GonNa work work it out but it could result in this little boy being given hormones which will essentially chemically castrate him it is a terrible thing and the Father Happen proctor and gamble announced that it's going to remove the female symbol you know that circle with the X. underneath going to remove that from its sanitary Napkin packaging are- makes a decision and everybody goes that makes no sense at all and it does make sense if it would've made sense if you had been there I wanna be careful about it but I've got so far group because Trans activists object because men can have periods to in England here's a crazy story in England if you say that a man is not a woman ace can come to your house and question you about as it might be a hate crime so crazy story in the sun about a woman who who's a man who who was asked to be in the power without it always always always winds up hurting the underclass if I may call women you know the people who are less powerful than men through through history it hurts women it hurts children it hurts unborn children all this woke stuff always ends up hurting the weaker half so degrading to women it is I mean in spite of being incredibly dangerous to children it is so degrading to women to essentially strip them of their and why is that the reason is is that woke is a complete rebellion against Western culture and Western culture is Western culture that has helped the Little Guy Eddie and say anybody who raises his hand and says Oh me I'm a girl gets to be a woman to I mean you don't just sign on to be a woman they're stripping women of their identity step by step it's not true every day it would you know there were black slaves a prejudice against blacks but it is true that every day things got better because saint belongs to anybody who claims and that have you ever noticed you ever notice this that all this woke stuff that pretends to be attempts to hurt the powerful and there are there unique experience of life of their unique womanhood in what it what that means to be a feminine person in the world they're stripping away from women and lots of Western culture not because of work not because of these kids were running around today protesting and shouting and putting on masks and hitting people they did nothing zero tailback is tomorrow subscribe go to daily Wire Dot com and subscribe and hit the podcast button hit the Andrew Klavan podcast hit the mailbox symbol and you can ask me subscribe to find out come over the daily wire dot com thanks for having me so did America Christian founding so that this is a question I hear argued about all the time we obviously we've heard of Thomas Jefferson cutting the mirror zip it was all western culture that led us so the freedom we have today and what they are doing is they are waking up from that culture and they're gonNA find themselves in a nightmare of their own making it's a really interesting interview his very subtle and nuanced point of view. Let's hear from Mark David Hall Mark David thanks so much for coming on I appreciate it anything you want you can ask me about religion you can ask me about politics you can ask me about your personal life all my answers are guaranteed a one hundred percent correct and will change your life for the better all right we've got a great interview with Mark David Hall Herbert Hoover Distinguished Professor of Politics Faculty Fellow in the William Penn Honors Program at George Fox University is new porn and then when they found that she had a penis we were actually wanted a real woman we don't want you to being born and she's saying that's a hate crime and she reported that the beliefs the thing about this is and I don't want us to be in that nightmare to I gotta say goodbye to facebook and youtube come to daily wire dot com subscribe remember the mailbags tomorrow I almost forgot all this traveling boggles my brain called did America have a Christian founding separating modern myth from historical truth it's the bunks the assertion that America's founders were Diaz who desired the strict separation of church and state Christian West particularly in the Protestant tradition these ideas were developed by the Protestant reformers by people like Calvin Knox and Poneman referred and this misinformation about this is we focus on these very important very distinguished very interesting founders like Franklin John Adams Jefferson but these are very under by Christian founding and just to cut to the chase what I argue is that America's founders were deeply influenced by their Christian convictions or by the ideas developed within flood than to adopt the rule of law federalism separation of powers checks and balances and there are many other ways in which they were once by their beliefs so you're saying pulls out of the Gospels well let me ask you did American Christian founding I argued it absolutely did I spent a good bit of time defining what the Christian tradition of political reflection okay so could you unpack that a little bit what does that mean the Christian tradition of political reflection yes these ideas are not uniquely Christian one could come up with the theory that tyrants ought to be resisted that they may be justly resisted and not be a Christian but it just so happens representative founders those three spent a great deal time in Europe Franklin spent more than half the last thirty five years of his life in Europe they were more influenced by the enlightenment but wasn't worthy theories that the political theories they were coming out with a necessarily connected to their Christianity so for instance while we know that Jefferson was not in a point in which the founders in Philadelphia and the ratifiers were influenced by their Christian ideas again things like the sinfulness man they get one could come to the conclusion humans are self interest and not be a Christian but in the late eighteenth century the reason America's founders embraced this idea was because of their Christian convictions in tradition had a deep impact on America's founders from north to south particularly New England but even in the mid Atlantic southern states so they rose up and resisted George in large part because of their Christian understanding of of the right to resist political tyranny I then go on it's very communist she noticed almost any other founder so we turner is from the very fascinating men to the larger constellation of men and a few women people like Roger Sherman Oliver Ellsworth Samuel Adams government that says we are not going to have a religious test were not going to judge people by what religion they are is there a distinction the thinkers in the Christian tradition which I think has to be true right they can't they you can't separate yourself from a thousand years of Christian tradition standard Christian what about the other founders I mean we're these guys who were saying yes we are doing this in the name God or not very important distinction and one of the reasons or experiments and concentrated government government by the experts in have instead have a very carefully limited national government you know one of the paradox the body's not have US court opinion injustices in Washington Passed down dictates based on a very faulty understanding of American history is there any eight level started turning against establishments is because they decided that they hurt Christianity in because they cared about Christianity they wanted to get the government out of the business the Christian faith and Christian tradition in to the extent to which they referenced thinkers like modest you they're using him to address a profoundly Christian problem what do you do inc today the states are bound as well and so I would contend an originalist understanding of the establishment clause would be to say state cannot issue Thanksgiving Day proclamation so I think in no way shape or form did they desire to create an secular public square now with respect to religious establishment state level else the founders very clearly left at up to the states states could have establishments or they might not in here I argue that the reason that many founders the sinfulness of man and even as you know Christians continue to struggle with the old man within a Saint Paul Paul said and so we need to avoid the sort of Utopian enlightenment religious schools to have chaplains to have governors issue calls for fasting now some of these things may or may not be prudential we can debate them but we should debate them in Bush night but the first Federal Congress almost right away said we're going to have legislative and military chaplains we're GONNA Pay Chaplains it reauthorized Northwest Ordinance they decided to ask George Washington doing that and judging as as an Scalia would have said in judging between religion and ear religion does the constitution allow us to do that appeared to say anything is uniquely Christian but by way of analogy I teach at a school founded in the quaker tradition and some of my colleagues or quaker pacifist now one can become that's an excellent answer I mean that is very very clarifying that all of the founders so many of the founder said that when they wrote the constitution this is a constitution are you and I spent a good bit of time in this in my book I absolutely demolished Smith and the founders desired to build a wall of separation between Church and state which is Patrick Henry and even town recite towards Washington and I I think what we see is a far more traditional approach to politics in approach to politics grounded in taken from Thomas Jefferson of course but he played no role in drafting the first amendment or ratifying it I think clearly the national level the founders do not want a nationalist it to resist and justice authorities one could come to those conclusions for all sorts of non-christian reasons but in late eighteenth century America Christiani explains the most you know can you say why are they passed this. The most large explanation is because of their quaker conditions in the same way almost anything I discussed separation of powers checks and balances thing in the founding that you think is uniquely Christian that would not have been there if these were not men of Christendom Limited government separation of powers checks and balances federalism these institutions structures could still do a great deal of good even for a for a religious people it can govern no other if we are moving into a period of era login if we're moving into a period where faith is falling away is the constitution out of date the seems built into Christianity as demands that we kind of separate what render unto Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God and the government does seem to be and it's just the founder syllogism that for Republican government to work at the people have to be moral for the people to be moral they must be religious and although they use a language the people that are turning away from Christianity and even religion altogether so I think it behooves us to go back and we'll get the constitutional order that the founders left to us by foreign away with respect to politics the shift away from the national government being one of limited powers to being basically unlimited power center this of course goes back we must interpret the First Amendment in light of its generating history and so there's all sorts implications for law and public policy especially with respect to religious liberty in when a student stands up and says okay you know you made the argument this these are men of Christendom founding the government what is that to do with me why is that relevant to my life America has a godless constitution and of course God it's really not even referenced except the Dateline and Lord T. Seven but I argue that there's very asph Ist because one reads Gandhi won't become a pacifist because one experiences war and turn in and decides it's horrible but I think if you look at my quaker colleagues flicked state could they do that do you think within the bounds of the constitution well of course a first amendment originally only bound the national government glider shall make no law but through the doctor Asian the other day and I said look you don't have to quit your job make non originalist arguments in favor of removing the Star of David from Ohio's Holocaust memorial if you want to in

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'Pod Save America' makes a TV move

The Frame

25:45 min | 2 years ago

'Pod Save America' makes a TV move

"From the Mon broadcast center at KPCC. This is the frame I'm John horn on today's show to host from pods, save America, discuss their live h. b. o. shows and launching their company after the two thousand sixteen election. We started cricket media because we believed it was important to create a place where people could be informed entertained, but also inspired to get involved. Then why are there? So few disabled characters and disabled actors plane them onscreen the idea that the next door neighbor or the pizza's delivery guy might be visually impaired or deaf. These kinds of things just don't get seen in television all that coming up on the frame. Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us in the wake of the two thousand sixteen election. It's fair to say that many people reconsidered their relationship to politics. The host of the podcast keeping at sixteen hundred. When a step further, they created a new podcast called pods, save America, and with it, they launched the company crooked media. Now they produce ten podcasts and tonight they air the first of four live pods. Save America shows on HBO. The hosts are former members of the Obama administration and their political bent is no doubt progressive. They are Dan Pfeiffer, a strategist and former director of communications. Tommy Vitor who worked in communications and national security and the speechwriters Jon Favreau and John Lovett. We recently visited the crooked media offices in l. a. to sit down with a to John's and fabric started with what they can do with a podcast that they couldn't do work in politics. We may be reaching. A different audience or at least a more expansive audience than if we were on a Senate campaign on a congressional campaign just and look, that's sort of the nature of a bunch of people started listening since we started positive America. Now we have this this big audience and we talk about giving people an on ramp to politics. And so there's a lot of people who've never been involved in politics before who if they hear a bunch of people joking around about politics, making it entertaining making it fun. They might start listening to a podcast and they might not listen as closely. If say like the DNC puts out a press release or some candidate puts out a press release, you know? And so I think there's a media function to what we're doing obviously that because we have this larger audience now than we might be able to bring more people into the process you have shared on the pod, how crooked media was started with your going to the Bank with a hundred bucks. I wanna play a little bit of that recollection. You shared with your audience a year ago, John and Tommy and I were sitting around kitchen table John's house thinking just talking about kitchen table issues, kitchen table, wages, your help. We went to Bank of America with a hundred dollar Bill. We said, oh, surname, give us Oga. Olga Helga I'll say one, it was story and we gave them. We we gave, we said, oh, here's one hundred dollars. We'd like to start a Bank account for a little company called cooking media were just three guys with a podcast idea to three bozos Rebozo to we got, we got a pun and a dream. And one hundred something episodes later. Here we are. Now you've got a big office. You've got what a almost a dozen podcasts now. Yeah, ten podcasts got h. b. o. shows you've got merged, got live shows international tours. Obviously that probably wasn't the plan or the outcome that you expected so soon. So what do you think's driving it? Well, we didn't go into this with a plan. I mean, we really didn't, and I think it here from that. I mean, that was our plan. I think we, I think we felt two things really deeply one that the conversation around politics was broken and to the Trump becoming president was a national crisis, and we wanted to be involved, and we bet that there were a lot of people out there that felt the same way we did that they felt as though the conversation around politics was often very self serious without leaving you feeling like you not only understand what's going on, but know what to do about it. The way we talk about it sometimes as there's incredible reporters and anchors and journalism on television. This is not a too broad a brush, but. But at times when you're watching punditry, no matter what medium, it's in. You feel like you're being talked to less like a frustrated participant and more like a cynical observer, and we wanted to make sure that we were always talking to people as frustrated participants that you're not some disconnected person out there. We're all part of this fight. You're three thousand miles or so from Washington. Do you think there's a perspective that the geographic location of crooked media gives you as thinkers as podcasters in the way you approach stories? I think anywhere outside of Washington gives you that perspective anywhere outside of Washington in New York. We we've been there. I lived there for ten years. You not only watch all the same media watch all the same cable news programs. Read all the same stuff. You also see all those people socially or when you're out and about or through work. And so it is all the same reporters talking to all the same political staffers talking to all the same pundits and there is a group think that still exists in media for anyone. Who uses Twitter for sure, no matter where you live, but it is way more intense in Washington DC than it is outside. A podcast is, I think by definition intimate, I mean here we are talking around this round table and when you're doing something public, like a live show, it's a very different kind of set of rules. So I wanna play something that love it. You said on the pod little more than a year ago, it was right after the Las Vegas shooting with so frustrating about this is this will happen again. This is the worst one ever. It won't be long. It won't be for long more. People will die and and and then you'll see the politicians, hey, there's just no words. Why don't you have words? Why are you surprised you shouldn't be? Shouldn't be surprised at all. It's going to happen again. It's going to happen in a month. This is giving somebody else in idea. Somebody is going to watch this and they're going to have the idea and nothing's gonna stand in their way. John Lovett. I remember listening to that in my car and I drove to exits past where I was supposed to get off because I was with you. In that moment, how do you retain what is so important to a lot of listeners of the pod when you're doing a live show? Is it even possible to have that kind of personal connection? The truth is you asking this question is the first time I've ever thought about that distinction between the intimacy of the studio and what happens on stage in terms of connecting with people. Because I think one of the reasons that the live shows have been successful. The reason I think people come to them is because they feel like listeners and they want to kind of be part of this community people that are all listening. I mean, yeah, when we do it in front of a a, an audience, there's applause in. There's laughter and you can hear that. But I think one of the goals of the live shows kind of have the same honest conversation in front of people as we do when there's nobody there and in terms of what that clip was. I mean, one of the things about this, whether it's alive show or not as it's a chance to really talk about how you're feeling right then, and that's what that was coming up on the frame more with John. David and Jon Favreau their podcast pod, save America. Airs a live show on HBO tonight. Then it's still. Does that is. From. Well. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us, and now we'll get back to my conversation with pods, save America co host John Lovett, and John Fabbro they along with fellow co host Tommy Vitor or the founders of crooked media. We visited their offices in l. a. I asked them how they tried to get out of their white male bubble to include more diverse voices in the crooked media universe. Here's John Lovett. We started the podcast as a hobby, right? And it's excess, I think, raise those kinds of questions, which are totally legitimate questions. And I think there's a few different ways. One we immediately wanted to make sure that that what crooked media puts out there isn't just us, and now it's not. It's it's ten different shows. We also launched with Adrain McKesson show, Ana, Marie Cox. Now there's keep it with IRA Madison and Lewis for talent and caracar Brown. There's been a bunch of different shows. So that's also making sure that there is a range of voices in perspire. Effectives that are the face of this network on top of that. One thing we've also I think we take a lot of pride in as we built an incredibly diverse team here. And I think even though we knew it was the right thing to do, and even though we knew it would lead to positive things for the company, I have to say one of the most amazing things about working here is how that diversity builds on itself and exposes you to different ideas and different people like I host the show, love it or leave it. And I've learned so much from the panel we have every week because we have these incredible producers that are really tapped into this diverse audience and this diverse group of talented people. And I think that's made the whole network stronger and it's made our discussions richer. We also try very hard to talk to guests from all kinds of different backgrounds, versity thought for city of background. And so it is something that we think about all the time look in the podcasts are positive America's third, because the four of us were friends who got an opportunity to yellow politics on the microphone. Someone gave us that up. And so that's how it started. If we were starting from scratch, you know, we probably it probably wouldn't have been more diverse group from the gecko, but it started with the four of us. And then we decided to make a conscious decision that because we are for white dude's doing bud, save America. Every decision we make pass that passed that initial decision to have the four of us on the show. We're going to try to make sure we reach out to as many people as possible from his many backgrounds possible. So you're doing an HBO live show. What does that mean for your listeners for your audience? I know game of thrones is maybe going away for a little bit. Is this going to goof the ratings for HBO? This is this is the this is the game of thrones replacement. It's the game of thrones of lighthearted, political conversation. We're doing these four specials with HBO. We're going to be doing them in Philly. Austin, Irvine, California, and Miami, really talking to candidates weren't talking to people on the ground. We're kind of taking what like the live shows that we've been doing since we launch pad save America to a new audience. And his part of that we've launched some votes have America, which is. If we were, we sort of set out to we, we were sort of trying to figure out how we could help them like, well, there must be a site where you can register to vote check if you're registered, see what's on your ballot. Find out about volunteering. That's kind of all in one place in terms of it really didn't exist. And so with the help of our incredible team that has worked so hard in this turns out, the reason it didn't exist because it's been credibly hard, but they built this resource called votes in America where people can go, you can pledge to vote. You can find ways to volunteer. You can find out what's on your ballot. You can see what's going on in your state sort of all at one place, federal. Yeah. I mean, look, let's save America is. It is. It is. We're very proud of it because and I think we have something like over one hundred thousand people have already pledged to vote, which is which is great. And then the, it's it's cool about it is people are gonna be able to download their ballots on their phone, and we're going to annotate it for them. So they know exactly what these ballot measures are and who they're voting for every from congressional level and gubernatorial level right down to their district attorney. And so you know, it's a resource that we're we're pretty sad, right? And we'll be talking about it during the HBO shows as well. So the HBO shows are certainly a validation of your popularity, but how do you guys measure your own success? What do you see as the takeaways from what the pod and its offspring can do more people involved in politics, more people voting, especially young people, more people paying attention to politics and not just around election time, but all year out. That's that to me is a measure of success. Yeah. It was good. Let's go with that. John John Taveau our co host of the podcast pod save America which night airs its first of four weekly live shows on HBO, and now the conversation about diversity in Hollywood often leaves out one very important group and that is people with disabilities. The organizers of the real abilities film festival that's real r. e. e. l. are looking to change that while the festival has been around for more than a decade. It's in Los Angeles for the first time this week ahead of the festival's kickoff yesterday I sat down with writer producer, Deborah Cala who's chair of the media access awards and actor Danny would burn would burn who has dwarfism is vice chair of sag after as performers with disabilities committee. We started with a troubling statistic about the one hundred most popular films of two thousand seventeen researchers at the USC Annenberg include. Initiative found that only two and a half percent of all characters in those films were depicted with the disability. And yet people with disabilities make up almost nineteen percent of the US population. I asked Deborah Callo what those numbers mean to her. When writers are writing scripts, they don't think about creating characters with disabilities when cast directors are casting, they don't think about bringing actors with disabilities foot parts that could be played by any person. And when producers and directors are also coming in, there are not thinking about including people with disabilities. So what we are trying to do all of us activists for people with disabilities is to alert, remind educate and demand that people would disabilities are seen a media to reflect the world we live in and then he what. Are those numbers mean to you as an actor? Well, when I when I think about the numbers you, you said, you talked about the two point, five percent of the characters. True. But see, we just talking to my character talking about who plays them places characters. And if we go back as far as say, the glad reported two thousand ten, which first corporated disability into their study, television of where are we. Now that number, let's say there was six actors characters on television with disability at the time in series television primetime. So of that six one at that time, Robert David hall from CS was the only actor with a disability playing one of those six. Now the I think those numbers have moved up a bit in terms of characters, but the actress portraying them were still looking at a similar percentage. And yet if you cast a Caucasian actor as an Asian character you here are generally from a lot of people complain about it. But if you. Cast an able bodied actor somebody with a disability, it doesn't really rise. The same level of complaint, does it? No, it doesn't, and it doesn't get. It doesn't get the same kind of press that character who is not the right race gets people sort of object to the idea. They then they go back to the argument of, well, it's just acting, but you can say that, but you have to say that across the board and you also have to consider the kinds of opportunities that are available for actors with disabilities. For example, y- you look at the classic Hollywood bungalow casting session or the old Hollywood studio with old buildings and aren't necessarily ADA compliant, and you have additions up on the second floor with no other access you are immediately saying without saying the words, no, no one with disability is coming to this audition because it's an unconscious thought for the casting director of the producer to say, well, I don't know how they're going to get up here, so just not gonna bother calling them in. I want to step back. Talk more broadly about how we define people with disabilities, because I think certain people have certain ideas fixed in their mind, how would you define it and what would and should it include people with disabilities include people with physical and intellectual disabilities? And if a person identifies himself or herself as a person with disabilities that is the acceptable qualification for a person with disabilities. So the same way as a person with a with their sexual orientation, they identified themselves as gay or or straight or so it is up to the person if it is a disability that is not visual, you're both participating in a panel at the festival called the final frontier. Disability and inclusion in entertainment. The festival is. I've been around for a while, but it hasn't been in LA. Why is it important that this conversation and this festival is around Hollywood where people should be and might start thinking about the issues you're raising? Oh, it's super important because we learn from what we see and television and film. So this festival is going to be showing films that have characters with disabilities that have actors with disabilities that have writers that have created these characters and is going to give the opportunity to have this conversation amongst the community as well as people that are interested in the subject of really inclusion of people with disabilities, immediate and dust and society, and this is the town where the decision makers are. And so when we can incorporate that conversation to have that conversation with decision makers who are willing to have it, then that makes. This movement forward all the more powerful. Coming up more of my conversation with Deborah Cala and daddy would burn about the inclusion of people with disabilities in Hollywood. Welcome back to the frame I'm John horn will return now to my conversation with two advocates for people with disabilities. In Hollywood writer producer, Deborah Cala and actor. Danny would burn the real abilities film festival which highlights work by disabled. Performers is in LA. This weekend would burn who's a little person has had a long career in film and TV several people in our office recognized him from his work on Seinfeld. He played aspiring actor, Mickey Abbott and this scene Mickey and Kramer talk with Jerry and George about Kramer's new job Jerry? Yeah, make it. He hooked me up where standards for the actors on all my children make. He's a stand in for an eight year old kid, and I stand in for the kids father, but I got a big problem. The kid I stand in for he's grown. He was full feet last month. Now he's like four, two and a half. He shot up two and a half inches. I can do two, four, three stretch. I'm going to be out on my ass doing that paralegal. Crap. Stop a kid from grown. I told you, you should offer them some cigarettes. Put him cigarettes, but it's stupid mothers always hanging around. So I have a couple of questions about that. First of all, did you feel that that was a good representation of a person who wasn't defined by his disability? I do. I do. You know, as the clip goes on Jason, Alexander's character, George refers to my character as midget which you know has been a derogatory term for like forty plus years. As far as people in the little people community are concerned. And so because Seinfeld was never a show like there was never a very special episode of Seinfeld, and they will say that we had to work out a way in which I addressed that without making it preachy without making it, you know, some other kind of show. So what happened was it sparked sort of a violent rage in Mickey, it's mental people. You got that. And then Kramer says easy, Mickey easy, and that that because of that little conversation that I had with Jerry n Larry, that, you know, I didn't want to just let that word go. Because of that conversation, the character itself was sort of born like the violent nature of Mickey was born out of that conversation. So when we opened the door to have conversations about disability, other things come from that. One of the things that I think this and other parts touch on is this idea that the character should not be defined by how he or she looks that the script could call for somebody to play the president, and it could be a woman descript could call for somebody be the head of a fortune five hundred company and it could be an African American. And yet, I think so often people disabilities don't get to play people who are not defined by their. Disability is part of the problem. I, I've been lucky enough to make headway in my own career with regard to that, but I think that is part of the problem. The idea that the next door neighbor or the pieces, livery guy might be a visually impaired or deaf or double amputee pizza delivery guy. You know, these kinds of things just don't get seen in television and I think it has to do with who's writing the shows. So for example, a Glenn Mazaar he runs a shore winners sort of class, and he he brought me in gratefully to have a discussion with his students regarding depictions of disability. But he also said, you know, you have to welcome conversations with women in the in the room and yet to welcome conversations with people of color into the room. And if they're not there, they've got to be represented somehow. So as a result of that WGLA I know was pushing an initiative to create a tax incentive. All I think in the state of New York to any production company that worked with. Writers of color or women would get some kind of tax initiative. But my complaint to that was we were not addressing writers with disability and a lot of times the the, the back talked to that. The argument to that is, well, if the person who's disabled happens to be a woman or happens to be a person of color, then it's fine. But that's not really how the marginalized aspects of disability works. It's not specific to that and Deborah, I think this is a very important point and that is that it's not just about what we see in front of the camera. It's about who is making the creative decisions behind the camera that if that group of people isn't diverse than the stories that they are going to tell naturally, I think by default isn't going to be that diverse as well -solutely because it because I am involved in the community of people with disabilities every piece of of every project that. That I got involved with. I make sure that there is a character with disabilities and that's because I am thinking about it. So what what we deal with constantly is unconscious by us. So what then he said about Glenn is really important because it all starts with the writing. And Glenn Mazari is a show runner and together with shonda rhimes and maybe five or six other folks, there is a committee at the writers go. That is going to the studios that is talking to other show runners and saying, hey, when you create stories, when you populate your writer's room, you must populate. You should populate with people that are different than yourselves. Not because it is the kind thing to do, but is the best thing to do because we bring in stories that are particular to our human. Experience. What I've seen happening in the last few years to some of the studios are are opening their doors more and more to this conversation. For example, and BC universal is sponsoring us for the real abilities film festival, as well as CBS diversity inclusion. So this is this is sort of a great transformation that I feel is happening right now, and I'm excited by the idea that this continues and that that we don't just keep creating initiatives of diversity that our exclusive of people with disability. Danny and Deborah, thanks so much for coming on q.. Thanks John. The real abilities film festival continues through Sunday. You can find more at real abilities. That's our e. l. abilities dot org. And that is it for this week. I'm John horn. Thanks for listening. Have a great weekend. We'll be back here on Monday.

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Episode #1496: The New Phil Hendrie Show

The World of Phil Hendrie

40:35 min | 1 year ago

Episode #1496: The New Phil Hendrie Show

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We know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two click for more arbor's underwritten by farmer's truck fire insurance exchanges and affiliates products available in every state. Let me see what the dumbed up with you like. This is very late. Lively tom andy fillon ratio. All i have been given permission in play the <hes> this guy david hall. Who's the vice president's indication they see for this. He sees me permission to say. It's the tom the tom tough-guy experience filling in fulfilling a why am i know i know i know a lot of you. Don't like me a lot of you. Don't like me a lot of you think. I'm a douchebag spag will use the language you know for a professional broadcast certain. Excuse me the day all told you and i i know david holmes suggested suggested but for her. It's a professional broadcaster. The one thing you know you're not that's very funny but he's making the point for professional broadcaster. You're very ill oh spoken. Your grammar is atrocious. You're you're sort of a big crude slob. Aren't you let me hey. I wanna tell you something. Okay okay. Just watch how you speak to people all right. I'm saying to you that i am. Tom dot com radio. Forgive me for that. Mr henry would never do that allied. That's dirty life. Phil does not belch on purpose the rest of us do yes. You're right but phil doesn't go burp it doesn't it doesn't inadvertently but not on as you just did it on purpose. I what do you mean on purpose. I had the belch. I had had some beef jerky. He just before moments before coming studio. Okay isn't that interesting. Yes well okay. I had beef jerky and i built it up. Pluto t._v. is leading free streaming television service. You're gonna do the commercials usually doesn't before while i'm doing now. I was given permission by david your we're going to have to have an understanding understanding. You okay david. No just do what the man says all right david just do it. The man says i told him he could he. He can have this shot. I don't know i don't want to sit at the mike nowak enough for you. That's fine just i asked mr dot com to come on the air tonight to show phil henry how it's done your this guy. Yes this guy so please work with him. I appreciate that david okay go ahead pluto t._v. leading free streaming television service. Sometimes i wanna tell you about budo t._v. You watch over yes. Yes ma'am pluto not bluto. I said bluh bluh bluto no poodle tv. That's all right. Pluto tv is the free leading streaming television service. You watch over a hundred tv channels. You got a thousand movies on on-demand all completely free pluto t._v. Never asks for credit card. You don't even need to assign up to watch free. Pluto tv is the easy and completely legal way to watch your favorite tv shows and hit movies for free. What are you waiting for. Never pay for tv again by downloading pluto t._v. 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That was with the staff told you a staff basically said mr henry would be admitted. It's not being committed us voluntarily because he can't take it anymore and coat so he's over reformer now for sponsor so he's probably getting. There's probably a little gratis is as soon as this was a cooling. It's called sweet for i. I don't think had bid being gratis has anything to do with it. Fills gone there before when his bindis come unglued or something i well. I think people should understand that <hes> the reason why i missed andrew's mind quote unquote came unglued was because this phone system that this man had dickman missed the dickman got a name but addicting okay yes all right mr dickman but you will be responsible for putting in this phone system you convince mistake was a quality phone system. I heard it everyone. I heard it it was it was no good. It was no good well. I think it was that bad. I mean it was clear. It was a clear line you know yes. It was very clear the only problem that we had a lot of his all right. Let's say it wasn't the most perfect perfect phone line. Why are you here yeah. There's a good question i mean i want here mr dot com that was not part of the deal okay. It's part of my deal. What are you doing here. David people david. We don't need you right now. David you don't have any real authority here no but i'm just saying as long as phyllis at the rest home staring at staring at whatever he's staring at looking out the window at the at the patou flowers right. Is that what he's doing. What if he is alright as long as he's over there. Let dove show you. I'm just trying to keep everything together. Well feels gone. Mr harry's gun that law could be gone for a twenty four hour because he can't take it any longer. He kept taking what it can't take any longer live in three guesses about that no he kept take all of the sudden decision making around here. Okay all right. I on me all right so how you you're the guy that ordered that phone line now. Did you order a new phone line. I guess you did what do you mean that you did not the same frontier. No i did not and i got spectrum to bundle a couple of lanes in that was pretty good spectrum to bundle of lines but even get spectrum to bundle the lines. I guess you can do that spectrum. They don't worry about it. Tom yes spectrum is the is the internet provider for the studio and they're gonna bundle in a couple of lines. What does that mean. Don't worry about it david. Thank thank you very much. Thank you thank you wow well. You know. There's only one where you're gonna get rid of. The guy just just can't hey. Why don't you guys you have no right thank you. Thanks shut the door. Wow liberty. I can tell you this right now when no one would have the guts. I don't think anybody has ever had the guts slam adorn tom dhaka dhaka. Tom dot ca face now. That's something i noticed that phil aligns himself with. We're gonna get to what i want to talk about here. We guess we will but the fact remains that this is still filled so we feel as if we need you to feel like we've got to look out for now so the question is a gentrifying anticipate your question phil always align themselves with people say i'm ted bill. Oh i'm so and so so you're you're tough tough. I did not say some stuff. That's your the tom tough guy. That's correct and you know. Let me just tell you something. Is this going to take awhile yeah if well if i'm the host the show would you give us the whole please no. I don't i won't get get mr hall. Please go get him yeah. I do sort of mr hall. Yes you'll guys slamming doors. What my face is dirty pool okay before he's greg davis. I'm not crying all right but honest. If i'm running the show show here. Am i not allowed to say the things that i want to say right. That's what you said. That's exactly what i said what i said. Thank you what i said. Oh well. That's about all the answer. We need from david g halt what you are here to do what to show us. How it's really done. I said repeatedly. I'm not a broadcast broadcast professional however i do know how you're supposed to do it and henry comes in here with the goofiest stuff i to be honest with. Many people are scared him. Many people think he's frightening from the mental point of view may he has the great many critics philander the things he's done what he's doing. You know i can tell you that phil. Let let me ask you. Something must get what what about look at everybody. Everybody's got great pranks like borat borat and the guy who scam solos the people on the phone. Yes there are a million scammers. Mr i can tell you that mr henry has said to me repeatedly heatedly when i look at all the people that are pranking now and all the people that are doing goof. He's been there done that get pretty much miseries plus about that all all right so if he slowed down tom. I'm slowed down if tom if tom dafa i mean filled off boy. I hate this yeah. I really hate coming on this program because people do this. Well just trying to say mr. Henry was on a radio. Now it'd be a mr henry had a radio show now and you saying he had the chance to prank prank people he wouldn't do it. I don't think he'd want no. I don't think he would do it. I think he's so sick and tired of it. I think phil enjoys it but nine million people as you just said tom m._r. doing it on youtube on all of these platforms pranking and goofing and franken goofing it everybody and he shed been there done that. I know been there done that but now we like it back when he did it. We were offended by it and people like me was insulted by it. We wanted to fly guys like now you now. Do we like it. He won't do it no more thanks what for he already did. It was something i think a lot of people they should understand. That henry is over in a digital play. Was this is digital. Is that right. Yes digital platform all right this digital. Oh platform henry soviet digital now. There's radio is all about <hes> not radio but i know people on youtube you know and <hes> boobed hooped boob tube whatever the tube and they got facebook and face your face was happy and like we wanna talk about that now. Everybody's doing pranks and goofs like borat. How come henry won't do it now. I told you he said because he's been there and done that. Oh he's he's some kind of original enough ahead of everybody else. Why should he continue to do the same tired things that everyone else is doing. You're right when phil did it. People hated him the listeners there's loved it. The fans loved it but radio management and people like that didn't like it. It didn't fit in etc and you're telling me now it does. I'm right now. Look look look. Look at youtube everybody so i i would do it but it will been there done that. I've heard i been there done that yeah. He's been there and he's done. What was he doing now. He's sitting on. He's sitting there and what mama sadie nuthouse he is. Not an sweet farm is not a nut house. It's a rest home sanitarium. Yes and chose retirement home. Home state retired dental k. for all a good. He's doing anybody where he refuses to do the thing that put him on the map donation eh done it all really. I guess he's been there and done that and what bright there. Oh we gotta take a break pentagon continent. I got to come back and talk about how we've solved the problem of the phone line which was horrible even though i. I said that if you're yeah you're listening. I know i'm listening. I'm trying not to get nervous. I list. I don't know what it is. A lot of people do a lot of people do hop yes. When we come back. We're going to talk about the phone line which was atrocious. Even though at the time i thought it was a good thing yesterday and now today a synthetically a lot of the fan mail if negative about the phone line that i now there's a tom tom duff can experience variance. Tom dov co experience brought to you by boehner cigarette's smoke one watch watch it rise rise rise again until she can't take it any longer boehner. Is tom dot com. We'll be right back. You <hes> tom experience yeah. I could be on a radio. No you couldn't summer's almost almost over but at old navy the styles are as hot as ever get to old navy now for thirty percent off all genes forty percent off dresses and fifty percent off all tees. That's that's right. Get thirty forty and fifty percent off all your favorite styles for the whole family plus. The seventy five percent off clearance hurry in fast. 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I have virginal gaylon shaw and robert robert. How did you understand it. I got a phone call last night from david hall. Who said that phil couldn't take it any longer. Now we understand that right here on the show to mean that fill needs another day off because all the noise is starting to get to him all the jive chomp chomp chomp all that it's just all in all because of jive their jive you know and so was that i don't understand. This is the problem that go with this show. You people speak different language around here than any other the dove method okay yeah. We don't want to know from the commission. Don't you understand. Don't you understand you. Keep the dub dub dub yourself. You know what happened right. You wanna know what happens. All right. Phil couldn't take it any longer but he's only going to be a one day. Donald going to be on one day because he call a panam or guy told him. There's best phone line going nowhere. You're wrong about that. Okay well phil thought it was a good line until he got a call from you and the debut hall and that put him right back there into funny land over there sweet farm people at sweep farm said phil was staring during he was laughing to himself he was going every time a nurse walked by it was it was really grotesque. That's pretty funny boy that keep him. You know something that me too yeah when we get a hold of that. What are you talking about me to you. You told me that henry was in hospital and when a nurses what buys going i ella that kind of thing yeah what about it i mean that's the metoo movement. What do you mean me to report on him because he was playful and he was ridiculous. You're a woman the bright you so it doesn't bother you. That would not bother me. That's done in fun. I miss grace if i look at you and you're filthy pink player yeah okay. That's a good fight margaret. Where are you going. I'm going home. You brought it on yourself. That's is a good fight so she just struck me across the face. All of you listening. You'll know you seen it right now. I didn't see it. Yes you did no i didn't. I didn't see anything you you saw general. I all i know is i go yeah. Hold your face okay so i would say the same thing mr leonard. What did you did you see she. He hit me across the face well. The listening audience hurted yeah for all. They know they're making it up. See this is how we play the game around here. Take it or leave it. Let me say this job. I thought you will go at home. This is good. I'm going to stay here. I would like you to leave you. You don't have the authority. Tom dav is my name okay. That's right. We know that we heard you say at eight hundred times. You can see the consultancy that's right. I'm a radio consultant. I've been listening to henry. Stick it in dog and go ooh yeah yeah for in school and a dog yes. He's screwing dog tonight when you said that henry was being wheeled around sweet farm and he's he's going so i've done it and you slap me. No i didn't oh yes you everybody. Why did you get up and leave. I got up to go to the bathroom. She's always doing that all right right. I actually had this game is being played. <hes> can i missed the whole please. Mr hall coming in near you. Slam the door on me. I need to talk to you. You're on your own fister hall okay. I'll come in there. Thank you lou. Why do you keep slamming doors. Here's here's here's that phone line line that you ordered up. Dickman was so rotten that i believe that contributed to hendry saying he can't stand it any longer and he went to sweet frog now. I believe that contributed because i heard that was david hall overheard it. Margaret gray said she heard it. I heard that you heard that didn't see you didn't see yourself. Slap me. I slap you. She didn't slap you but you heard much. They henry say that the phone line was rotten. I heard phil say he sold it as a good sounding line. All i want to tell me about that. Stuff can't see that they're lying dickman. They lied and now what i've been told is henry has to more phone lines coming in what's the deal. He's got a couple here all talk about okay because i know i talked to fill today and he's got spectrum bringing their bundling in a couple of lines that are far far superior to anything that frontier could give them and he's got. When's it going to do that. He's early back on either monday or tuesday yeah. She what's so funny because everybody knows who henry promises something. He's he's day. He's a day earlier day a day early adopter dollar short okay. You're very nervous. Why is that that i'm not very. I'm tom yes. Yes yes okay. We understand that look. Don't talk to that man thank you oh boy if a guy slammed lamb the door and my so as as a radio consultant i've been listening to the phil hendrie morning noon and night taking this show and dragging it further into the sewage wage and it's like he comes on here now every time and just does whatever the hell he wants to do okay well. What's wrong with that as well. What's wrong with that. If you're in the radio management businesses i am because i'm not just a consultant. I managed to stay and you hear a guy. Come in and do anything he wants you. You will not let you don't want to you can't take i can't take it. I don't know any man that can take it. Okay all right so you can't take adopt. Whatever all right henry is going to do what he was gonna do and he doesn't want. You consultant a show. Now here comes dickman without phone line. Yeah that's right you know and you thought it sounded good. Everybody said it sounded good so you went along with okay and you miss. You misled me. That's where so what mr harrington mr hariri's sound good fill thought it sounded good. He wanted wanted everyone to think it sounded good. Okay yeah and you just lied. You said it sounded good. Did you really think it sounded good. What never mind the fact is that fills over sweet farm and here here you are so. What are you going to teach us. I'm telling you that new phone lines that come in that was ordered to spectrum. That's the way that it should be yeah but that's what you said. You said it was it was you said you liked it. I liked it because why am i sitting here arguing with you. People okay is it so this deal where's david. I slammed the door on sort so the deal is i'm supposed to sit here. Excuse my language folks but this is digital. Fuck this. Oh man that's piero something. You're didn't what you're dead in the water you really i've just been threatened. You heard what they said. They said that i'm dead in the water and we'll be right breath right. I'm i'm done what his craft dom dov. Tom dove good experience. Learn about radio firsthand from tom. Fuck this always they just keep throwing up the morvan a lot on the radio so no f._c._c. got me fucking tom dolf good. Hi pete maximilian for the sponge the sponge wipes away everything all the grease all the grime all the dirt and even bad memories and experiences and the things you just wish you hadn't done yes the sponge it's effective in your material and physical world as well as your spiritual and mental world get the sponge right six five six five post post office box four in twelve town in the state of six the sponge. I'm pete maximilian. I never go anywhere without the sponge. I don't use it but i never go anywhere without it. I use it on other people. I lended handed out. I'm kind of like that guy the millionaire. I'm like that guy in that twilight zone episode that one time the sponge right box six two six town in fifty six states the sponge but to the world famous phil hendrie show isn't this interesting but this is called but it's called. It's called <hes> the the venus shines for a heavenly king by blunder plunder by by blender phonics. What's the problem. What did you just say. I said phoenix venus flies. I'll do it. It's it's called. Venus flies for shines for the heavenly king by the blunder phonics. What's your problem. Nothing nothing at all so thank you tom for nothing. This is the world famous heavy showed as we mentioned you fill was put it wasn't put inside. I would like to use those terms but yes phil was bundled. If you wanna talk about bundling things that you were just talking. Tom was talking. We were talking about spectrum button on a coupla the phone lines. Yes well it speaking of bundling things. Excuse me. I just felt that was not intentional. Oh god let's see pepper. What does that surf pepper beef jerky. What about it well. You never want anybody to know about it. It's not very lady no of course. I don't want everyone knowing that i eat beef jerky rookie. No woman wants out there while i was great. Why not miss great. I am very feminine woman and when i'm having tea with with a gentleman or i'm having a cocktail with gentleman. The only thing that i generally eat is light green salad. I'll have perhaps just a small just a section of light thin ham one of or a light thin pork chop off. Where do you get a light thin pork chop. It's very easy if you're looking for healthy foods general general thank you. That's how i eat for you. Monkeys excuse me for you for young men to sit here and say well mm-hmm is great. Just belched up beef jerky. Not very feminine is it. It's it's not that that's you guys. Make it sound on feminine yes ma-margaret. You're free to make it sound as feminine as you want. I'd rather not i have ladies and gentlemen. I have a bag of. I've got two bags here. It is is right here. Old trapper peppered beef jerky. I like to not say no. That's a bad word. I like to eat it. I like to bite it not too many ways you can talk about eating beef jerky without it sounding as if it's you know that you're you're on your way into some kind of triple x. territory. What are you talking. I i enjoy sucking on a beefier on beef jerky okay. If you wanna go with that that's fine you understand that i'm margaret gray and there's nothing like sucking on a big hunk of beef turkey beef jerky by old trapper second on the old trappers. I i didn't say that helped me. Got do it because you don't feel seine. I'm margaret gray. I suck on beef jerky okay. What are you going to do about it do something about it. We'll be right back. Hi it's phil hendrie for the world famous. Phil hendrie show website that is the that is the internet home of the phil hendrie show and for many many eight years we were on the radio doing probably one of the most unique talk shows. I guess you could say are sanitation of a talk show ever heard and we have all those archive tapes on our website. We we have all of art los angeles. Most of our los angeles tapes. We also have our syndicated years. We have some miami tapes and so on and so forth and we've got it <hes> henry home movies. We have tv pilots. We've got radio and television interviews and a lot of other miscellany at our website as well as videos of us actually performing the show and when i say us i actually mean me so that's why sweet farm right now but anyway get a subscription to our website. It's called a backstage pass when you do you become. I'm a member of the b. s. p. family. We've got to be page on facebook. Fan page on facebook. Phil hendrie fans an s. Don't ask me why spelled like that but i did and we're stuck with and of course we're on twitter. We're all over social media so you can be a part of our families. We talk about various facets of the very dysfunctional but fun world the phil hendrie so join us at phil hendrie show dot com get a backstage pass to day. Get one for a year or for a month but get it. Hug it and love it back to the phil hendrie show. We never left oh cute but for music you guys are throwing around here he did he did if you just missed. The tom dot com is with us here on the world famous phil hendrie show tom dot com radio consultant who observed that phil was wheeled into an ambulance. Last night has spent the last twenty four hours at sweep farm which is a sponsor. You're very responsible. People phillies in. I believe if i'm not mistaken yeah he's in buffalo for phillies in bungalow four there and that is near the white what they call the white at all right now. Just it's very emotional phil. Isn't he's doing fine. He's in bungalow for near what they call the wide expanse this is an area of lawn and shrubbery that they have planted for anyone who is in bungalow for now what does bungalow for represent that's where they put people who may need to may need to simply get out of bed in the middle of the night and run out in when open area waving their arms and doing a bit of if you ever saw the princess is going to say it's reminiscent of that oh yeah that's right so that is for people in buffalo for like phil who need possibly to go out into a wide expense and prancer cise throughout the night generally for four or five hour period and then they come back in drenched in sweat exhausted and collapse on the very thin mattress that they give them with no sheets and one filthy he blanket. What do they do that because that's their business general. I don't know their doctors over there. What they're doing you gotta give a filthy mattress in one and and one thing i didn't say that i said no sheets a filthy filthy blanket and one one fin mattress yeah no sheets. No i did not say that what be quiet all you jokers and all of you here it is phil is in bungalow for they give give him a thin mattress of one thin sheet and a p- filthy blanket yes in a filthy blanket well. The guy can't sleep. He's gonna get prancer cise well. That's the point that's the point so if you want to visit fairly sweet farm bungalow for and they are encouraged to prancer cise there is you know and that's where that is so i want to bring in now dr jim satellite go to medical analyst wonderful if you'd like to sell it to make it into the studio as we are installing bundling in two new phone lines yeah well that's right. I've heard that before. Tell me about it well. I don't think you're at any dr sandler. I brought you fill on fills condition addition not any technical well. I mean i've i've often listened to list all over here in the philippines. Show you talk about you. Talk about needing new equipment so i go. How can i help but comment yeah. Did you know all right well. I think that we've gone as as far as we can with this well in terms of phil. I think that he is doing i. I saw him today or you did see him then how's he doing. That's so he's going to tell us. Tell you all right what we're very concerned. I understand and well you should be concerned. Phil had an episode. It is a pot of a schism or if you would it is a splitting between fills upbringing the paradigm of his youth and the reality of his adulthood and he's had these periodic splits where he realizes something didn't work and i moved on and he's moving on now <hes> <hes> he. He said he needed to get out of here and he he couldn't take it any longer and that was the cue me to leave because i when he looked at me. That's that's aren't so you triggered it. My face triggered yeah and <hes> so i left. I left the ambulance and i had no rights where the walk back to the hospital from the studio which which is about fifteen miles so why didn't they give you right because i couldn't be in the same ambulance with phil because i was he'd say i can't take looking at your face any longer off and so you had to walk. I had to walk yeah until someone said why. Don't you take a cab. Take uber and i said good thinking so i i found a payphone. Don't you have a cell phone and yes. I do have a cell phone but i forgot that i had when i was in my using my bad sorry slowdown every everybody's going so fast this week now yeah. Your cell phone was in your briefcase right. Yes my cell phone was in my but i forgot that it was in my briefcase and i'd forgotten that i could get an uber or taxi so when i remembered to get an uber and i was actually reminded of it by a guy at a gas station as i walked by said you look like you i said yeah i sit on beats. I just saw cli- patient patient mine overly sweet femme and heading back to the henry studio and abandoning ten fifteen miles. I should so so this he he goes. Why don't you call uber or call a cab and i said boy. That's why i think of that. Why didn't you think of that because very confused confusing day so all right so so go ahead so i i said you know there's a payphone he said don't you have a cell phone. I said you know what you're right. It's my briefcase and my briefcase. Let me let me guess let sweet farm actually yes. I thought you gifts left it at the studio. No i left it at sweep farm and i thought oh my god you know i was. I i can still remember the fear what was all because the the the the patients a lot of these mania not maniacs but the the mentally disturbed they get a hold on my cell phone and they go through my rolodex and they're they're calling every swing on what is it. They're going to get a hold of a lot of your girlfriend's phone numbers and everything. I got some very tasty. I don't need guys like somebody's mental mitch these sick men getting a hold of the phone numbers of some of the summit at top-drawer strippers dr sadler the longer you talk the less you talk about phil's condition and the more you talk about your own personal problem title. I'm sorry you're absolutely right. I turned around and i walked back to sweet farm and that was another six miles. What if somebody called an uber for you. You got to what you've they're not mind redesign. They told the guy at the gas station yeah when still him got gas stations got a phone. I didn't think of it okay. You know what i gotta go get my phone and by then and the guy gets looked at me and pointed and laughed and then went into the men's room he went into the men's room. That's why so. I'm going to get the key to the men's room. What a chance to gotta make a call because because the guy was in the men's room he was indisposed. Okay anyway so what happened so i go back to sweet femme and that's what i saw phil prances sizing using and i said this anybody women briefcases and they said you're holding it and i said wow wow wow that's a real insult. I said what i'm holding here and and i looked and i said yes it is my briefcase. I thought it was my suitcase. You know sandler when henry check out. You know you know go ahead general when henry recheck out a sweet farm. Check you in that's all i got to say no check in trade. You're you're holding in your suitcase. I had my suitcase because i was going out of town on. I was called out of town suddenly but even yet so what does this read it read. It took god world-famous l. famous phil hendrie's the standard show rated the world famous phil hendrie show. I don't do this read it read it. The world famous phil hendrie show is executive produced by phil l. henryford club radio. All rights reserved on podcast one go to instead. 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Episode #1365: The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Episode #1365: The New Phil Hendrie Show

"It's time to get your fitness on the nation's premier personal trainer and wellness coach Ben greenfield each week on Ben greenfield, Ben right here got it. But I know it's but don't stick. Your greasy finger in there Henry's gotta do it. Right. I got it man. Bringing greasy finger wash your hands. But you're they are very greasy. What efficient chips if you did what I had fish and chips in wash your hands, man. Okay. God, dear what's wrong. There's nothing like officiant ships. If you want don't stick your greasy fingers pointing right there. See there's a grease smear. Give me the thing. Man. Go wash your hands, dude. Okay. Fishing chips over it. Slim, slim, Jim, or whatever that place is it's not called slim. Jim it's called what is it called long? John silver. Yeah. But I think you could you allow me to say that what a moron, but I'm gonna kill you. What do you mean? Like, you can't say it Long John silver doesn't mean penis focal seizure lashing though. Do do I sit and listen to that. Or can I leave Margaret, bud? Shut up shut up go wash your hands. It doesn't mean. Penis. Do you guys get that out of your system? Now, do the promo please. I did you get it out of your system. Yes. Okay. It's time to get your personal. It's time to get your. I'll do it. It's time to get your fitness on the nation's. Thank you very much. I've got it. It's time. Let me do it. That thing. What an asshole I didn't do it. You grabbed a hold its copy, man. Well, look at him gritting his teeth. No, no. I'm not. Okay. I'm not. I'm not doing. Okay. You know, you've got to fill crew in here. We've got one guy. It's pat. Well, it's still a film crew per don't tell him. It's one guy you want people to think you've got a crew in here that you have lights, you know. I don't give a shit. It's pat. He's a great guy. He's a cameraman. He's he's a documentary. We have a guy in here who's a wonderful guy, Pat Reynolds. And he's rolling a documentary on us all alerts, you something you asked me, it's time to get your fitness on with the nation's premier personal trainer and wellness coach Ben greenfield who so Ben greenfield each week on Ben greenfield fitness here on podcast one podcast one. I'll do it. Phil. Do you need more fitness advice? Joined Ben this week as he meets up. I'm sorry, folks. But Phil tore this and half in anger as he meets up with podcast legend, Adam Curle on the Adam Corolla show. Download the Ben greenfield fitness every Wednesday. And don't miss Ben on the Adam Corolla show on podcast one wherever you get your favorite podcasts. There you happy Jesus. Oh, damn Margaret. Well, you guys are sitting here. Spanking it Margaret Margaret anything. All right. All I did I reacted to him with the Long, John, silver and the grease. I didn't say silver Long, John silver. But you're only got one leg in a grave. You have one leg in a grave. Do you understand what that means? You're trying to say. Yeah. One leg in a grave and the other LEGO into and that means the dirt goes in on top of you, and I'm very life buried alive. But yeah, speaking. So let's get the show going a world famous. Phil and reshow welcome. Everybody to the show. It is our Thursday show. We usually do our encore shows on Tuesdays and on Thursdays. But we are doing a actual original show here on a Thursday because we had our own car show yesterday because there's been a lot of stuff happening. Yeah. I'm going to talk about it. Because we got Tom Dafa on whoever called him. I know the David g hall did it. I just I told you I know David called him. I I don't know who told David that. I needed to talk to Tom dafkos. Okay. David hold on one three David. If you don't mind just give me the background on this. I heard that you were going to. I heard you were cancelled. I don't want to name the the going to cancel a promotion. Yes. He was going to wait a minute. Margaret, okay film. Just let the guys talk for a minute. You were going to cancel promotion, right? Yes. Okay. I called up Tom dot good. I asked him if you do me a favor at come on and talk to you. Oh, do you. Yes, he's a very important. So not to me, isn't that? I've had the guy on already I told him. I don't need his advice are well, you know, something I think you do because you just you're about the crap Cannock the first promotion that you've actually having this this podcast of this excuse me net cast as you like to call it and pump doff tall L ever. Here's this guy's name guys. Doing me a favor. We'll tell him. He doesn't have to do you any favors dumb? Dumb. Doc is right. Are you guys kidding? Or something thought about Tom dunk. I know you're talking about Tom dot com. There's nothing to say you got that. Right. So you don't want the guys doing me a personal favor. Okay. I'll talk to Tom Dafa radio consultant. This is the guy. I talked to last month. Hold on. Just relax. Will you feel? You are you getting a little strident? Okay. Tom Tom heard that you canceled a promotion. Eight didn't say a word, I call them up because I could sense the Tom was he doesn't call us because he knows that you hate his guts. I don't hate the man's guts advice. Pretty much. What is with everybody? Here. Just heard me. The last time I talked to I talked to you said top to talk to Tom. And I said, I thank you very much, Tom. I appreciate your help. Hey, david. You're watching TV what I'm watching CNN. They got the whole thing on would you turn it down. Sorry, baby. Yeah. Not too much. Can you hear me? Okay. Turn up a little bit day. Man. We're on the air. The last time I talked to Tom who was a couple of weeks ago. And he's telling me this and that and something else, you don't even remember do you guy? Like, Tom dot ca gives you advice when Tom talks Phil I want to see people listen, but that sounds old hat, but in the way, they do discharge. He's listening radio people. Listen, when did you guys all of a sudden become Tom Duff to fans mister dove says, you know, we both. We tell them. He put us on his payroll. Really? Yes. I mean, that'd be truth in lending, or whatever you wanna call it. We'll feel you don't want us to lie to you. So in other words, you've taken the guy's money. Don't turn them. All excuse me. David. I'm talking to my crew you're taking this guy's money to do what just taking his? But it's not that much one hundred dollars a week. Margaret do really need one hundred bucks a week. Yes. You wanna know why it's a little bit of pin money. It's a little bit of WAM. All right walking around nuts money. Okay. Frank is rich. I'm rich when it comes to me having a little bit of that WAM walking what does whim Stanford anyway walking around money. I spill W H AM watching with him and money walking with ham and money guys can sit there, and grip it, and yank it and see if it actually gets hard or you know, I'm going to hang this God damn phone up in about five seconds GD. Phil don't get that angry. You're back off. Okay. Wait a minute Tom dove who was on his show giving advices thanks that a wanted anymore. Now, he calls you up says he's gonna do you a favor I called him. I knew that he wanted to call me. But he didn't. But I could sense his presence. We're where was he Interco and you're in LA? Yeah. Yeah. But you know, what? Phil if I may you can sit in one city, but since that someone in another city is he starting to the blood pressures going up. Yes. Exactly. And I think what happened with David is. He was sitting in LA. What were you doing David? I was making myself peanut butter and jelly sandwich and ladling on the. I'm choking a little bit about it choking up about it. But. Remind bud. So what was making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. And I suddenly felt that Tom was pissed off. Two in Chicago. No, Phil, Tom dot com. Yes. Tom Dobkin, Chicago. It's a very standard thing feel sometimes people will feel and since I sensed that he was pissed so we had you been thinking about him. Yes. Of course, he's made a minute. What is it? Would you guys? Get a hundred bucks a week. Let me tell you if I raise your money one hundred dollars a week. You just said let me tell you. Yeah. You didn't perform the work. Very let me tell you. If I raise you guys one hundred bucks a week. Well, that's all you had to say a war. All right. I'll take it. All right. The quit Tom Dafa. Are you guys under contract? I think there's a no compete. We fuck off. Oh by God. I very much ashamed of you. Guys, are yanking my chain. Right. A little bit. I'll give you another one hundred bucks a week. You're not working for Tom DACA anymore. And also gonna have you guys sign at the end of this. Forget it man. Don't make it so complicated. Okay filled. Mr. Hollywood, you said like you you sounded as if you might have a little tiny bit of maybe half of a chromosome missing and one of those hillbilly grins in other words, I'm developmentally disabled. Yes. All right bear enough. Although very effective is okay. So we're going to get back to what can I hang the phone up and get it in the show. I got Tom the guy that you sensed was feeling upset guy in Chicago. Get him on. But I'll go over the line six Dr. Yeah. You do that man. So what are you all upset about? I don't like the fact that you guys are taking one hundred bucks from Tom Dobkin. Not tell me about hold on. I don't like the fact that you guys are taking one hundred bucks from Tom dot com. Not telling me about it. I don't like the fact that when I said, all right. I'll pay another one hundred bucks a week. David you come on here. Put David on hold. If you don't mind, Mr.. Mr. Mr. put him on hold. I don't like the fact that then David comes on said, aren't you guys doing a no compete? All that stuff pisses me off. Okay, doctor. I Tom it's Phil Hendrie. Listen, I listened to what was going on here. But I just wanted to know, you know, I I can sense that there's been strain dumb. It said David hall. David. I told Phil you were doing us a favor. Let me just you're doing. You're doing us a favor, David favor. Favor. Not doing I'm doing David favored by doing favor. No, no. I don't understand because you're not doing me any favors. All right. So this one talking about David. Till you are being that way. Tom wasn't exaggerating. What way you're thinking? I told you I can't we're gonna guy date, but we won't do, you know? I mean you. Tom do me if you're doing me a big favor. I appreciate that. What is this doing you a favorite thing? I mean, this is this is what happens with talent. Because feel like Felix one talk over around you David and gonna talk to me. All right. We'll fill mister gov. What he's saying is your difficult to work with just a minute that he wants to give you some advice, you jettison this promotion, and you say, no, no, no, no. No. No. No. So why don't you listen to Mr Duff? You know, you guys are going to have to come up with a better answer than he's paying people a hundred bucks a week. I said I would pay them on a dollars each awake of decide information. Inside information information, anything asking them to divulge any information. Like, you know, where Phil lives or no. I don't nude pictures of not. All right, then you're paying people a hundred bucks a week to be surrogates. I trying to get the point of view. Well, I just hired them back for a hundred dollars a week. I think they ought to you know, what I'm going to hang the phone up. And I'm gonna fire everybody. How about that do that? We're just kidding. No. You're not kidding. All right for year. Not. We'll be kidding does. That mean, we don't get the hundred bucks. I'll give you a hundred bucks. I mean, I was able to leverage you guys on dollars. Hey, tom. Let me just say something here. Okay. David sees about the is about the remain. Nobody wait, wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. Don't talk to David talk to me. You the talent. I'm a radio consultant, generally. I don't talk to talent. Okay. Usually, they'll talk the talented argues with me, I talked to talent. Thanks me to tell it. That says thank you very much, raise the DACA. I talked to talent that likes me the talented doesn't want to get fired. And they they lick my excuse me for saying lick my ass standard. And I'm not going to do any of those things. I just saying I don't talk down the hostile like you. So I talked to we're going to talk to me now. Come on. He's going to talk to me. Now, tom. You know what I'll do favor. Okay. I'm doing Tom look at it. I'm doing dumb. I'm doing dumb dumb dog cut. We're gonna we're going to just call myself. Don't yourself dumbed off because of this talent that God. Argumentative talented hit. It sounds like it's a hazard. It's a big as it patient. I get Talos it then tell me I'll kinds of stuff let let me let me just hold the full. Let me just let's just play this out. You were sitting there in Chicago steaming away getting pissed off about what I was. I was I was I wanted to talk to I wanted to do a favor for Dave at all. Because I knew that what you was doing. I just know you'll do something wrong. He didn't know what you're doing. But he knew you were doing something wrong. And I could sense. It was a vibration. What happened was the air heat up in your house, the air heated up, and she was me, Tom. I think we're old enough friends. I can say it started a smell a little bit like, Tom, which is not bad smelled like a little bit of old spice and lager v. What's Carl lager, the guy's name Lagerfeld? Yes. Old Lagerfeld glowing. Lagerfeld clone smells a little bit. Like, the says eyeglasses. Smelly water in a barbershop? Yeah. So. What? What are you talking about? What are you talking? I feel that. It's fifty bucks a bottle. You say spent like think like Bobby shop. I'm palm w okay. I know you're Tom dot com. All right. You're not you guys with the I'm Tom dot com. I'm Tom Tom dot com. Can I say something here? Neither one of you guys can say anything because I want to get this thing back on track. What I'm asking nevermind, Margaret never mind. What I'm asking is. If you're doing everybody a favor here, Tom what's the favor? David hall. You doing me a favor. Okay. What's the favor would want to say that? I was told David I can't tell you because I don't talk to talent talk to David. All right. I was gonna say that you crap canning the promotion at like, I say my company, and I'm not gonna say the name of the promotion that I know you crap cannon. Sorry. I'm real close to it. Yeah. I mean, you pause there like you were pissed off something very pissed off. Come on, Phil. Come on Phil Harrison front. None of you. What you headed up so much fun. You got another hundred bucks a week out of me not another hundred because you're not gonna pay us anymore. You know? Hundred bucks only pass defense on you. Yeah. Well, they're not your surrogates anymore. Either. You know us to speak for him. What are you think? Man what more on? But no speak for now. Excuse for Mr. Henry, you want us to do on this show mister dove doesn't have a show. I don't I don't do that. Okay. Say you crap Janet promotion you were talking about it. And it was yes in good momentum going in that promotion and turn people onto that particular sport. And it's a very very classy place. And there's a lot of fun and very high stakes fun to be had for you to pull the plug on that very short sighted. I told the guy with the guy's name forgot my name, David hall. I'm sorry, David. Well, it hasn't really been a long day. In fact, I didn't do anything that I slept. But I just couldn't remember your name. Maybe fills, right? Maybe I should not listen to you. Because you don't know what you're talking about. Maybe the hold on David before you make me angry because then I'll be, you know, you'll be angry, and I wanna call you back you'll you'll feel guilty. Are you guys done? Maybe you can go out on a date. Oh, wow. Now, that's not a bad idea. I stopped being a hundred bucks. Now, all of a sudden you saying I need to go out on a date with this. It was the person that said, I smelt like Lagerfeld, you you said you spent like Lagerfeld I said that when I sensed that you want something from me the room heats up, and I can I it smells like you. Most of the time. That's good over part of the time part of the time. Yeah. Feel I wouldn't say b o who that was. That's me. That's me. Really size. So so you think that I should not have crept Cantu promotion, but I have how do you advise air talent or promotion departments, Tom? How do you advise them to reestablish a promotion that they just crap can? David a Phebe feel by doing David a favor. How do you? I would say that. There's no reestablishing. I'd say I came on here to do a favor for David to say, you blew it. You blew it bad. And there's no coming back from it. I'm Tom dot ca Camco communications. I wanted to come on and tell you how bad you blew it. There's nothing you do about it stuffing your about it Cavaco communications has made that judgment coke. Co communications made the judgment that Phil cannot reclaim this promotion having cancelled it stay ruling of go. That's how my feeling is. But what were you sitting in Chicago it and upset about I wanted? I was getting upset because no one wanted me to do that my favorite and called ask different to do me a favor. You just did the favor just told you the favor. You did me is to tell me that he screwed up. But there's nothing we can do about it. That's right. David. Basically say he should he should not hired me hired you. I thought you were doing this for free free free with free. What's that right there? That's a pizza at I go that's free. That's from Duda. Right. Thinking about it online for the right? Okay. You hung up on him. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Because that's about the most worthless segment. We'll look Phil people were concerned you had this promotion. I had the promotion I went on Facebook. And I and I'll explain it right now. Okay. God damn it out. That's always discreet boutique. It's a women's underwear commercial you hold on for a minute. Hey, but do me a favor and turn it to another channel. But you're getting all excited about how'd you like me to belt you sorry. So what's the deal? What's the deal? Here's the deal folks, as I mentioned, the pre show audiences and going to mention to you now as Mr Guy, I guess was informed as you know, David we were planning a race day. For Santa Anita on March the thirtieth. There has been at Santa Anita a new story that since opening day which was in late December. They have there have been nineteen horses that have died at Santa, Anita and. This. I believe I believe it. I don't think I'm giving you wrong information. I believe is the result of bad conditions on the track. That is the rain that fell on the track caused the track to be so compromised that there were soft areas where some of these animals may have stumbled fracturing legs, for instance, and the the prognosis that these animals would be able to come back from that was bad because as you may or may not know when a horse breaks, a leg is very difficult to keep these animals immobile while they heal especially if they're surgery, and and when an animal is coming out of anesthesia, they do tend to thrash a little bit. So it can be very very difficult and not always a successful procedure point being. That's a lot of horses. And we I felt that it would be difficult for us to have this promotion insanity. And have the kind of good time the fund that we wanted to have knowing that this was this very tragic series of events of deaths happened. I'm a big. I'm a big believer in the humane treatment of animals, you guys who know me know, this is true. It doesn't mean that I'm high and mighty. And I think that I'm just the greatest thing since sliced bread when it comes to that. I'm just saying because I've been a big supporter of thoroughbred racing. My whole life, man. I grew up in our Katya. I went to school with the kids whose parents worked in the industry. Santa Anita was the center of my town as I mentioned on Facebook. As I mentioned in the pre show us to listen to the great Joe Hernandez doing the the race calls. I think I just smelled branches took a shit. No, okay. Good. Well, what is that supposed to mean? I'm just stopping down here. You're stopping down CPR took a shit. Oh, my gut. Oh. I don't think he did. Yeah. Does spill maybe it's Tom dot good. Up Louis, you man. Could be tough. You never know in any event. Tom dot ca what he's learning learning three. Hey, bud. Would you do me a favor and get these people yet, Tom? No catch shit. Oh my God. I call David hall do. So what I'm saying to you guys is the following. You are saying that you're cancelling the race day. Yes. Reluctantly. Yes. And there's no why can't why do you have to cancel it? Phil. I just think that that is a number of horses that the sheer number. Is it's too large. It's too too too many horses have met this unfortunate end, and we have to know why. Well, you mentioned the track if it's the tracks. If the track conditions have have caused that to happen. And maybe I'm naive. I'm so maybe now because a lot of horses died at racetracks all the time. Well, they've closed the track they closed the track to check on the track. Does make a difference. Now, you open your big mouth. What do, you know something man since we started the show, you're getting paid by Tom Dafa you now you don't like the decision. I'm just hoping that you're making it on solid ground owned by Dr. Donka? I don't want to talk to Tom DACA. Okay. This dr. Yeah. Yeah. I know years a dues, but give me a, Tom. You're not on the air. What MRs Dobkin? Hi, I'm sorry. Could I? Can I was talking to on the phone was wife? Then I talked to him is Tom there, you won't be home yet. Hey, but what are you trying to pull? Anyway, you talking to the always back. Hello. It's still is wife in about three seconds. Sorry. Here's tom. Hey, tom. It's Phil Hendrie. No. We're not on the air, Tom, Tom, DACA. What's he laughing at? But I don't something you said yet, Tom, what are you laughing at the fact that I said you smell I catch it. No. That was very funny. Yeah. But at least you have a sense of humor about it. I don't want to talk to you what get him outta here. Willia- for crying out loud, bud. Cotton damp here. Dr. He's here. Now touching you might as well talk to me. Because here I am on the air. I can hang up on you. I've done it about fifteen times you can or you can listen to my reasons why you should still do the promotion, the, Tom DACA, five five pack. Okay. Was the five pack either the five reasons he should continue with it promotion, even though it could very well be and they if number one time invested you put a lot of invested energy into promoting the Senate data day at the races. Number two. I didn't even want to mention the number to you promised one of your listeners red show and pedalo always name, reg Petaluma, reg Rodriguez. What Tom he's in Petaluma that the town town. All right. Sorry. When you're hurting tone. My name's John. Okay. When you're sitting there vibrating and emanating heat and a smell, okay? Where are you? Chicago. Okay. So you don't know where penalty is. No, I know someday I'll go to peddle I'll live there. And when I vibrate heat. And I stink you'll know. Okay. Number three number three of the top. This is the Tom dot ca five pack number three. Is you never wanna get loose of a promotion until you know, successful. It's going to be number four years. You wanna make sure that you the time invested. That was point one point one point one make sure that you've invested a lot of time. Yeah. Okay. That's point one point four point five is the listener listener that that was point to point to. All right. Well, all right. So this is three point. So it's a three pack notify pack. We talk about my peanut. I'd kidding around. You know, what I think I see your point on this. Now, Phil thank you very much. Thank you. If I were you. I'd cancel this show has been such an atrocity, Margaret, wait a minute. Now, I've been taking your goof throughout the entire YouTube filled. Hey, Mark you to fill sit down where you going to take a dunk. Sit down Robert Goodin coughing sit down. Sit down. You monkeys have been sitting here having your kicks, and that's fine. Tom doff because a big fat slob in Chicago great. He's smells like cat dengue or Karl Lagerfeld perfume. Or what have I don't know? Phil made a decision to cancel a promotion now. Yes, we were all getting one hundred dollars each from Tom Dov to back him up to be his surrogates on his program. We only got the one payment fills willing to give us a raise. I say we keep our mouths shut back him up on this thing. And we all get well, what do you say one two three break. Yeah. All right. That's great. Yeah. That that's fine. We're gonna be right back world-famous, Phil Emery show. I don't think you've really wrapped up. Very well. I'm just telling you guys that it is my decision that we not go forward with our promotion. I am very very grateful to see you weren't ready for the commercial. You're right. So I'm saying it. What an asshole, man. Yeah. Okay. Sorry. You got a film crew and everything Harry has a film crew. He's got one guy with a camera year is probably tencent in since you know, it doesn't what tenses me up you assholes being paid one hundred bucks by Tom DACA to be a surrogate that tenses me up nothing else. All right. So we gave the money back where we didn't give it back. But you're giving us the REEs, right? Yeah. I'm very grateful to my Oma mater LaSalle high school that was where we originally pledged the money, and it will continue to go to the scholarship fund there. I'm very grateful to all of our listeners all of our subscribers, especially I'm sorry that this has happened. I really really hope that whatever these problems are that can be corrected and hopefully, we'll come back with another promotion involving Santa native. Because like I said man, they are that's my hometown. And I grew up around them. I don't wanna see anything. But great great great success for everybody there. Phil Emery show. We'll be right back to three foot. Make sure this dead air here. Okay. Okay. And now will there wasn't any dead air. Why? Because you're going make sure there's dead air here. William Cuthbertson dentists. I'm William Cuthbertson, I'm a dentist. There are two other guys in my office. But guess what they're all named William Cuthbertson. That's the way we thought we'd be successful. I hired two kids straight out of USC dental school, and they both agreed to take the name William Cuthbertson. So what I say William Cuthbertson dentists. I mean, there's three of us named William Cuthbertson. Are you with dental care? Not very good all of by energy went into that promotion, William cut for some dental care not very good with cleaning teeth, but the names knocks it right out of the park. William Cuthbertson dental care in Downey Norwalk Santa Barbara and a bunch of other cities that I hope we're in some day. William Cuthbertson dental care William Cuthbertson, dentists one two three William William William. Hi, this is Jack Armstrong you say do the sports reports on the Phil Henry show. Also, do some news. But let me tell you something every Saturday evening at seven o'clock. It's Jackson Armstrong polka time. We've got some of the best pokers. And we've got a lot of people who are. Really gonna cut it up. And it's insane. It's completely insane. We wear insane. Hats, and we get into polka gear you'd think polka is not too extreme. You'd think it's something that's very sedate and boring. Let me tell you what come to Jack Armstrong spoke at time seven o'clock right here at the Phil Hendrie show note, isn't it's simple know, but we're going to have to find a home for it. Jackson Armstrong, polka time coming soon to a web site near you. But we that's me playing accordion notice. God. Dammit. Welcome back world-famous, Phil Hendrie show and Phil Emery show dot com. Great general Cuban show. Robert Leonard Juna intro now because we have to do at the top of the show. Yep. Well, that's cool gift out is gonna join us. And one thing we haven't done within a while. And Jeff is tweeted a couple of times there's that guy right survey Higgins, what about him? That's the guy that was on the oversight committee. Oh god. God I'd hold on. I don't wanna talk about that. If you don't mind. Zuri did people out there? See the Coen, general your mind? You almost hit me. No, I didn't. I was crunching up some paper you want to just keep it away from politics. Yeah. I would I doubt or on the line. This may be political because we're going to talk about the space force with Jeff doubt or here on the world famous Phil Emery show, and it's an interesting. I don't know what you want to call it. Yeah. I would say it's a it's an interesting topic. Because I don't even know if you'll pardon the pun that it's going to get off the ground. Anyway, it's pretty good, Phil. But bear, hey, Jeff fights. Phil Henry man taivon, Jeff, I'm doing very handsomely misery. How're you doing good? So Jeff, you seem to have an I don't know if it's because if you're working Caltech some information on you got information on the space force. Well, I only have the information that I tweeted a couple of either a couple of weeks ago or a couple of days ago. I forget I think it was both. Yes, did a two days ago, and you did a two weeks ago? Yeah. Okay. Does that mean two days ago in two weeks ago? I believe that I addressed the topic twice unprompted. I just remember. Oh, yeah. You know? I I remember. Okay. So having said that what initially the information you have from your context Caltech and does that come from GPL Alati informational guys Caltech have does. Does have dude dude come does have dude. I'm sort movement. Nervous fan has come as come from JPL jeopardy laboratory at Jp at JPL, giftable laboratory and GPO his Jet Propulsion labs. Yeah. That's right. So, and my understanding is and this is very interesting, sir. Henry as to what it is pros and Trump, and the people that will be running the space force does does have that one of the requirements for joining the space force is you have to be a minimum of six foot nine. Okay. Are you kidding me? No not. What does that mean? What does that mean? I I have no idea you need to be six foot nine and a could it could have to do with gravity where the space force will be required to do battle. If they if they already engaged in battle on another on a planet where there's a lot of gravity or something. How I want to ask you question in general. You weigh in because you're a military guy. How likely is it that the space force would be doing battle in terms of infantry? It's very unlikely to not likely at all to a ridiculous idea. Oh, yeah. Well, have come there for nine where did you hear this again just went where did you hear the let's forget about pointing up people's voices. All right. Where did you hear this? Jeff. I heard it from my contacts at JPL do all sound the contact at Caltech. Let's not Nassar's military or or Washington. Yeah. We're who who in Washington is talking about this. I don't know and be into be perfect lowest. What if I did? No. I would I would I would tell you. I don't know. But this is reliable information. The fact that they're not taking anybody in the space force that shorter than six foot nine. Yeah. So these are going to have to be very big men and women the other taken both either men women, it doesn't matter. Six nine women. Okay. Have at it. And I think. The thing about President Trump, and he wants it to be good gala -tarian egalitarian, you gal -tarian and he'll take women. He'll take men the age. Limit is something very interesting. They'll begin recruiting for the space force at the age of eleven and start to not by this. Well, if you don't believe you don't have to believe me man because all this is gonna come out gradually at the age of eleven. Yes, sir at the age of eleven. Okay. I mean, what am I Jeff? What do you think of this? You're a former professor of mechanical physics. I've never been involved in the space program. That's for. Sure. Okay. But I mean, just as as an just as an American citizen. I don't know that it's it's relevant. Maybe it wise it relevant. If you guys talk about it. That's a good point. I think that president again, President Trump wants to be gale. Egalitarian egalitarian. They've got to be six foot nine eleven years old. I mean, how likely is going to get eleven year old at six foot nine it's not likely. However, if you do think about general, if you do find and eleven year old at six foot nine, okay, you're onto a gene pool that is going to produce more and more and more and more. Why why so young because the the lifespan of a space food space foresee in a space force could you know, maybe I call the wrong guy. And you're you're not involved in the military at all, no, sir. But it would be a space force cadet or a will not a cadet cadet a space force. Let's just call them. What do you call him a private or something at airmen and airmen Dougie space me? All right. A basic it's called they have airman basic does baseman basic. Why don't I like that? I don't blame. You know? I think I think that would be. Only space man, basic, so you're either an airman basic AB or your space, man, or it's, you know. So they're going to sit on a hey space by it. I mean, general I dunno. You laugh Phyllis is only our armed forces. General you set yourself? It's not very likely these these spacemen would be engaged in any kind of armed physical combat as an infantry. But that's what I'm saying. So of Jeff you're telling me, they're going to be an they're going to be doing battle with who on another planet. Well, hopefully, it'll just be doing battle with other people if they're doing battle with other people, and we have a space force with dude. Think about it just think about it. We've got a space force with eleven year old space man's that are six foot. Ted we wipe out. It would be a wipeout. Yeah. Of us what the kids, man. But if you're trained. You know, what Jeff I think your information is wrong. Okay. You have to believe me or anything. But I can tell you that get on the line who do we have that's plugged in? Have you Weyermann's plugged in a military? Get Harvey alignment on the line. Oh, yeah. Right. So you're not gonna take my word for it. We'll take your word for it. We just want to get get another opinion on the phone if you don't mind, Jeff, it's pretty bizarre. Dude. We have Jeff daughter on the line with us. We're talking about the space force Harvey worm is joining us now from San Marino. Harvey. How're you doing Woody in Eddie's tonight? I just got fired. I got a comb his at you feel. Okay. They said you wanted to talk about outer space. I'm having could I get the clam dip to add just I'm ordering a failure. Mine. Margaret, Margaret clam dip and then bring the bread later. All right 'cause I've drinking right out of the bowl. Yeah. And then bring him we got Harvey warming is ordering dinner at what do you pay Harvey? It's general Sean by general, Sean how you doing? Hey, I'm just ordering. And then I want to fingers at doers. Got to cripple creek brand give it could get beat the doors crooked branch and crooked. Hey, harvey. Can you talk guess, I just went? Yeah. Okay. I'm talking to this young lady Harvey. You know about Trump's space force. Yeah. I know about it. What about what Jeff daughters with us h f how you doing? I'm doing good, Mr. Mr Chairman. I just had a question for you. Okay. Wait, it have you heard? The Trump is got a space force that you know, I've heard about that nobody will require the recruits to be six foot nine. Yeah. I I heard that they got to be six foot nine and twelve years old. I thought it was eleven no, no twelve the cutoff ages twelve so, ideally. Can I get that hot? Give me something hot like you. I'm kidding. Just I feel you still there. Yes. I'm here, man. All right. What I heard was Trump? They wanna recruit twelve year olds that are six foot ten because you'll have lung Javadi. They'll be you know, just know scare the hell out anybody because we're talking about battling earth been now if they battled some alien race you figure they're going to be six. Alien race. Don't you think they'd be six ten personally miss her? Mr weyermann. I do is. That's professor doubter. Yesterday is okay. I'll I only want to speak to the professor because he knows what he's talking about. He knows what he's talking. This guy's talking about take it easy. What your general? All right. He's always. But are you talking about talking about the factor? Twelve years yet six ten. Harvey just a question. Okay. Yes. What? All right. So six foot ten and twelve years old and are infantry. Yes, they're infantry. And they're going to be doing the like engaged in combat possibly on the surface of another planet and possibly with an alien race. Does that answer your question? Yes. How likely is that? I don't know. Phil, how likely is it that I'm going to get the clam chowder that I just asked this broad. Yeah. Notice. What is it? That's not Manhattan. Manhattan's got the tomatoes. Okay. Harvey. Thanks a lot. Maybe Harvey worm and folks on the world famous Phil Hendrie show. Jeff you still there. Oh my God. You just hung up on on on on Harvey worm. And yes, you know, he's a lawyer. I could give a shit rare. You're using a lot of dirty words and stuff. He has. He's just he's completely out of control. I'm getting pissed off tonight. Okay. So harvey. Thanks very much. But no, thanks. And we got a six foot eleven twelve year old space force of man, does it sounds sounds almost exciting you're laughing at it. And it could help it could help our planet. Help our planet. It's the the US OS right thought, it was the earth space force. No. It's the United States space for us. Okay. Yeah. That's different. That's different. So it's only going to help us. Well, I mean, let's let's think about it. And I don't I would never advise this. But we'll space for the people are six little Levin. Okay. Okay. Misery. Yes, I'm listening. Okay. We could conceivably take over the take over the planet. Okay. The US base force could be imminent benevolent way. In a benevolent way. What we could benevolently take over the planet. Go. Yeah. The US space for us, you know, and we're in we're being benevolent about it. Why don't I believe that man, especially with the excuse me for saying the president that we have today? Oh my God. You just got to know it just thanks a lot. Jeff for that. What do you want me to book read book, and I can tell you Jeff doubter? You're hanging up on a lot of people. I always hang up and people every time, I say goodbye. Everybody's got to start a speech. Okay. Ladies and gentlemen. Let me apologize on behalf. No, mark. No. I'm apologizing on behalf of the entire staff for Phil Hendrie's behavior, his attitude, his, yeah. And by the way, I'd like to apologize for the way, Tom dove, ca smelled. I'm just kidding. Aren't you funny? Thanks a lot sports fans. Love you will see you next time on the world famous. Phil Hendrie show. We'll famous pill every show is executive produced by Phil Hendrie for free incorporated. All right served on podcast one. Jim daughter and don't forget to six foot eleven they're gonna come in. That's right, man. Six foot eleven and twelve years old. I mentioned edited Tom Donka.

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Episode #1841 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Episode #1841 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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G Hall joining US tonight our vice president used to be the vice president syndication. I don't know what the fiduciary of the business interest speaking of fiduciary interests have you figured out that entire. Life Insurance thing. All, the life I don't know because I think it's something you need to take care of. Know. Why is that? Not The youngest guy in the world. If you'RE GONNA leave money to somebody, you gotta get the life insurance. Get the life insurance. Wait a minute. Does anybody here know what they're talking about? I know that I have a policy on frank or frank has. Know. You're GONNA have who you leaving your money to nobody's business. Owner nobody's business. Now, where do they live? Look. General, you know who you've got. You've got someone in mind. Don't you Mr? Do you understand wait a second? What is this? Anyway we talked about earlier. You guys were talking to me about. They were talking to me about. Inheritance and stuff right exactly. And that dovetails nicely into who are you to tell us who you're leaving your money too. But who are you leaving your property to charity money to leave anybody? Yeah here's a good question don't. Leave. Anybody. Maybe I do have a lot of money to leave somebody maybe I was gonNA leave it to you guys. Now I'm thinking twice about that. What do you think of that? Oh, what load well, that's the way I don't if I'm leaving my money to anybody whatever that money is I about to discuss it here. Okay Phil On mighty man I mean this is a live thing you know they live but I understand that chatterly. You you were talking only about how you live your life used to live your life on the radio. I lived a version of my life and the rate I don't have. This is nobody's business are in general terms though you are going to at at some point, right a will. Yeah, yeah. Okay, and in that will you will be daming certain people who will He'll be the recipient of the receptacle. The receptacle they'll be you mean they'll be in receipt up be in receipt of whatever it is. You know whatever you got man what have you got Right. So so the the question here and I don't think it's one we're speaking out of school on. Have you prepared a will you're not that young anymore? Have you prepared a will you're not that young anymore Margaret have you. Never mind whether I prepared a will or not oh, I see. So it's going to be one of those things. It's none of business. This is extremely label to the audience. His people want to know if you prepared the will I'm not that young anymore. Well have you have you Jesus credit you. We're talking about me right now. Well, you know what I think. We will I think we're talking about your general show you're older than me generalship I caught General Shaw he said general shown and thank you for hitting the microphone hitting the microphone everything. Now, I've got to reposition. It I'm sorry but on for a minute. Do you mine gotTa. Get in front of you got messed weapon thing. You're putting your hand. Kimmy the Michael do it. I could do a better job than either. One of you monkeys with by is closed. Yeah. What else? Okay for thirty is, are we done this conversation? We're just we're not done with it. I guess we are. I think it's fascinating I. Think it would be illustrative it would be illuminated give and it would be Illu. Delusion. Aleutian, it would be A. It would be very educational. You told us. About the preparation of Wills Cases Christ well Philip. Sorry man you're the guy that's. Getting old everybody's getting old man everybody is ain't nobody man time waits for no man you know. What about what about it? That's a famous quote. By who? Yeah well by WHO fight look it up. We'll you bud. Hey. What is it time waits for? No Man time waits for no man. These special time waits for no man means that some things are inevitable such as birth. Gavin, who Senate it was said originally, the phrase fancy, the phrase finder, the the phrase finders who finds the phrase Oh. I thought that was the Senate are you nuts or something they're trying to find out who the guy is at said all right. Okay fine. Proverbs Orange Beings. I don't know man time and tide wait that's time and tide. Wait for no man what's the meaning of the phrase? That is from Saint Mar Twelve, twenty five the origin is uncertain although it's clear that the phrase is ancient and that it predates modern, English the moderate the earliest modern record is from Saint Mar.. And to tied into time PAT to Ibran, we're shall be on. Get the fuck. What's the language man we see that? In time well, it looks like it's sort of early. Anglican Anglo Saxon General, this Axon. What about the Saxon this is not English this is early English. So I said. Version modern English the tide abides four tariffs for Noman stays no man tied time tariff noman evolved into the present day version, which is time the notion of tied being beyond man's control Blab blab laugh. It brings up images of kin connote he demonstrated to his courtiers, the limits of kings power by failing to make the see, obey his command the little interpretation of tied and time and tide is that what is now usually understood but wasn't what was meant in the original version of the expression tied didn't refer to the contemporary meaning of the word that is the rising and falling of the sea but to a period of time. Okay. Who brought that up I did I used it to try to illustrative anyway time and tide waits for no man It's where's the Karaoke version and that there is no Karaoke version of that. Just the rolling stones. There's no. Karaoke version of time waits for no one. So just kiss it goodbye. Machinery that's. Not Karaoke. Yes Let's. Thank you very much. David. Garbage down. At the rolling stones civil bands in the. Get it Outta here. We'll you. What albums that? Never Mind David hold on the often. Yes. Mr Hall in the Offing Mr, Henry, you want to hear from him. Yeah. Okay David Hole in the offing David sorry. We were listening to how you doing doing fine I interesting. Trying to his bargain I. thought we just heard Teri Okita Margaret yesterday. I was. Just wondering 'cause I was been sitting here and talk about time waiting for no man it's not waiting for me. I can tell you that as I sit here and I listen to you I'm sorry David, we were doing what we could get you on the air I understand that. But as I said, I listened to you people self indulgently doing what you're doing it wondering well. As time waits for no man it certainly waiting for me tell you that because of the. What. was like. Yes. You didn't tell them but. Tony what but I'll tell you. but I I do reflect on the fact that time waits for no man what news do you have David all right tested positive for covert? Christ you're kidding no I'm not. David that where did you do you got infected I? I have a couple of hunches I think. I know when? I, had lunch with you fill up in in Ventura. What you and I sat down to have lunch. You didn't get it from me. Charlie because I don't have it. Well, how do you know that? That was what was last month. No it was. It was two weeks ago. Kovac Man Okay have you been tested? Look David. No I have not been tested. Guess that you feel you have to be proven you must. At, least contested two weeks ago the incubation period is, what is it, David? Was told by the doctors ten to fourteen days. So it'd be just about two weeks ago. Sick. No, I'm not sick. You're not sick. No I feel. Feel. Fine well. I've been tested positive the doctrines based on the last guy that I was with. that I could possibly have from Phil Henry. Still you. Know there are other people, but I'm thinking the only guy. Kinda. Got It. Well, it's. The only guy you could've gotten from his. About. I just I, think they because of the company you I don't Know Phil I. Just you seem to be a guy, the way you live the people you know what what wait is Filipovic either I got to criticize Phil. But he's he's basically at home I don't go anywhere man I talked to Jackie the only person got socially with is Jackie and I went out to lunch with you. Yeah that's what I mean but you live at the Beach So I lived at the beach so what? Okay. So I've tried to figure out how I got infected with Toronto Virus Okay David. If you want I'll take a test I'd appreciate that very much. Was Fourteen days ago. First of all, are you sick I? Don't I don't feel bad but when they told me that I, had it. I gotTa tell you. I went home and I just I. I. It's a funny thing i. just I went home and I just kind of sat in the back porch and I stared at the mountains and I looked at the beautiful San Gabriel. Mountains I began to think began to feel ill I begin to feel as if I wanted her. PUPAE guts it up. Nerves David might very well be. But David Guetta I'll get tested man if you want. Are they trying to trace it? They said, where did you get it and I said I probably got it from fell Henry and they said, who's he? addressed. Wait a minute man. You had no information I just I stay asked I said probably you why probably be again The unusual. Unusual. Henry. What unusual people do I know? Are you kidding? I mean. So first of all, what unusual people do I know loss you know I don't think that's funny Oh my God. But on crew, you are up there at the I don't know who you're hanging around your up there at the beach. You got a lot of these weirdoes. I have no idea here. The only person that lives in sort of non traditional setting i. what are you talking about nontraditional I live in a neighborhood I have a house in a neighborhood and it's at the beach with a Lotta. These creeps hanging around. Okay. So that's real. Good man a lot of talk about being prejudice I didn't say they were. Mostly. White people aren't they most of the folks up here white. Racial. Tolerance. You speak up Phil and here you are in a white neighborhood I speak of you did see speak I said speak of you are. Explosively white on second thought own second. It's mostly white folks here. You couldn't have got it for me. To think bizarre I, feel bad for you and everything like that. Have you been have you hit a nasal swab? Did you get a nasal swab? Yeah. Yeah. He did. It is that that's how you get the. There's a couple of tests. Two or three tests, but one of them is. Swallowed right up the nose. Yeah I got that. And they said, yes, you know they said what they said you're you're you're corona virus. Said you're you're. You know you got the covert man who did what do you think doctor told Bait? So you were tested by Dr Yeah. Do and I'm really sorry about that and I'm sorry I came here name I said the only guy i. can think of the possibly of infected me. Thanks a lot man. Twenty to lie what what is, what is it about me? You're hanging out with more people than I am you're down there in LA? Okay. You're taking business meanings you're on the phone or what are you doing? I'm sitting here doing my stuff I'm on the phone with Jackie I go to the store everybody I talk to I talked to on the phone I. Don't go anywhere I don't see anybody I mean the last person I rapped. Oh I went and I got a blood test today what what for it was part of my physical man I'm taking this damn physical to me three weeks to take because I. went to Florida Jackie by the way is is coming here next week. Wait a minute you can't have her come there you better tell her that you're probably corona virus positive I'm not gonNa tell her any such thing until I a test. Okay and I'll go get the test. All right you better. They said look at this. And you know I tell you fill it as they looked at it. They go yet. He's red hot. And I said Oh. My God, you know i. It must have been chalking it was and I said. I couldn't breathe and they said you're red hot. A hundred they said to me you straight apple. We're trying to make a joke he said straight apple check one hundred proof and what does that mean? She goes you're red hot I said what does that mean? She goes you're Kovin boned and does that mean I? I have the Kobe she goes. Yes. So three things as I said to me a screwball operation was that she was trying to break it to me gently. Okay break it to me gently. So she said you're red hot. No, she said straight applejack one hundred proof. That's what she said. And she said you're you're cova bound. Straight applejack one, hundred, red hot your Cova bound. Yes you're positive. So she said, you have the coronavirus can't say that he said your call the positive. I WanNa ask you what Dr it was. by Dr Okay I Trust Him Dr. GonNa look up his name. I got back to love band. WHO's the doctor David? I. Love Man who the Hell is. Dr Love Man. Phil Watch the Tone Okay David don't tell filler wants to tone you've been coming out here with this. You know straight applejack one, hundred proof and what Dr Love Ban you never mentioned it before to my doctors you guys. To. Aligarh. David. So your doctors Dr Love Man. Yes and what cities in. My David we're just we want to if you want me to, you want to get a Cova test I want to make sure that I coordinate this with your doctor. Okay kidding. What a fucking prick I knew you were Oh my God. Felt you did this once before David did he did twice before? Yeah. Better time you said you said. You said you were raped at a parking garage and then you said you had anthrax. All right. So I did you the reason why I'm trying to pick up the pace on the show a little bit. Coming in here and telling me they got but when you don't. Well guess what it just it check it a bunch of life into this thing with Phil we need to pick it up and we gotta get you this people's take up. We're doing a twenty percent off on your annual subscription. Okay. We got twenty percents on Bobby Duly, merchandise get to that So we're really trying to get the word out about Phil Hendrie show and I wanNA, get some you know I. WanNa. Get some conversation going. And we gotta kind of you know what? What do you want to call it I mean trying to lighten the mood a little bit trying to lighten the mood by saying you're saying you're you're I've caught I've cal man will you what you just said count I was GONNA say I'm cow. 'cause I got nervous your positive. I can't say probably not really. So you're kidding you're kidding you're an asshole man you know that Hey Phil Watch it. You're an asshole. Okay and I'm hanging up on you don't you dare hang up. David G. Gentlemen. Now, what did he do that last? He hasn't done that since the days of the radio show he said one time he's told me one time that he had. He had anthrax. He told me another time he had tuberculosis. He told me another time that he'd been raped at a park. Thirty it isn't funny except it was funny because it was a joke some jokes for God's sake yeah. I duNNo. Mr Hall. David. David. Hello. Practicing. What do you mean? You're practicing? He's done a full give it A. Give. If he calls give me the phone each piece Joe didn't give me the phone David. He's done on a phone where is he a parking? His car I'M GONNA kick your ass. Okay. Here He. I told, but to score with your bind now, listen to me man listen real good. The next time you do that I'm going to divest any kind of interest you and I are splits Vilma and. I am not going to be in business with you ever. Again, you'll have no rights to the film Henry Show No rights anything that I do. You ever pull that shit again. Any Time said that the last ten years that's in, you'll never have rights they're who? At your back with me why 'cause I can sell this thing man because I sell baby because the guy I'm out there I'm hoping I'm on the street I am hitting the Pavement Henry morning noon and night. What do you think I? Get in return you get paid pretty good. Pretty good. I get paid. Let's put it that way. Okay. What do I get paid and that's it you and I don't see. Each other would have lunch. We just had lunch three weeks remember where I infected you with Kovin. Yeah I know. But that was you know how about a little bit more there's a frigging pandemic happened in Jack Nobody's having lunch with anybody. How about if we do virtual zoom lunch or something we gotTa Talk Business I don't know how am I supposed to do this to another to encourage me? You come on here and Save Phil I'm coronavirus positive. A couple of laps cheeses. Eight. David, way to have left that scares people it scares fills listeners it gives people all kinds of anxiety and They sick to their stomachs and they think you're some kind of a real squirrel a real nestor. Squirrel. No. I don't know what you mean by a Master Squirrel. Squirrel. Okay I'm supposed to know what that is. No you know what go ahead and guest band it's not anything any good either. Are you guys telling me Master Squirrel means something? Yes we are. Yes we are. Yes. Then what does it mean? We're going to tell you better tell you. I demand you tell me right now no no, we're not. You came on yet virus I. Tell You what Master Squirrel is. What a big Fan. You. What you think I do have pro buyers. Hey David go pound it sideways Ok up left until a trickle of blood appears. He well, three guesses. David Ladies and gentlemen what a funny. Guy He is why he came on here and he said he was tested positive for. Crow. Virus. He's only kidding. That kind of joking at all I don't either and it's juvenile. It happens a lot on this program. Phil you know where I stand with a lot of that I understand that I don't think it's very funny either. He's GonNa say that to try to lighten the mood. How does that lighten the mood man God yell at me. Well, how does that lighten the mood? Well, I suppose you could say, Hey, you know what I I cut by. Well, this is a bad thing to say, but you could say something I, cut my own it's. You cut your much. I cut my penis off with sills a skill saw I'm only kidding you guys are laughing at that. Sort of humor. Yeah. But not doing it's not belly laugh. That's not funny at all man I don't think. So either well, the to these guys thought it was why don't you think it's funny because it's not funny man with a skill saw or anything else it isn't like you know what you'd have to do to cut your penis off and a skill saw you'd have to flap it up never mind. Okay. Now. This is the most I've talked at length on this show about wasting. Phil's trying to Belch and talk at the same time. Right. I've talked a lot of the show about wasting all kinds of time with this bullshit. Jesus Phil I don't appreciate that language I don't appreciate this Guy David Halt pointed me. All right. This guy here David coming on here and say. I'd lighten the mood I thought I'd tell you I got coronavirus. What was you guys were talking to me about wills and everything that we were asking you do you have your estate prepared I better? I probably should get my estate prepared because when I get done dealing with a lot of things things that I have to deal with in my life I may wind up being led into the gas chamber or whatever they do now tight legitimacy likes lethal injection. Thank you but lethal injection you really. I don't know but I may have to get my affairs in order because the way I'm GonNa wind up man I be strapped to a gurney getting all that joy juice in me because I went ahead and I strangled somebody to death who said that they had corona virus when they didn't what do you think about that? A youthful. Thank. Thank you. All right. Could God ban? I think it's David. If you're out there I, think it's gotten very old. We've heard your I'm only kidding. And David Hall. Is He really on the phone? Just. Just say David he's on the phone. David. All right. I got the message. Keep talking about this. Talk about yeah, we do. But I'm driving the point home with you man that's unacceptable. There's people out there who are worried about this God damn disease you understand it's not a joke as people dying from it. Oh okay. So now you're GonNa get Brownie points with your audience by lecturing me on death to seize and the president and families are feeling all I was trying to do. All you were trying to do is get a couple of laughs out of saying, Hey, I'm corona virus positive I did I was. Bit. Guy. Henry. Come inside for the. Rub. I gotta go. GotTa go back. down. Purpose. Certainly thank you very much ma'am. I got to talk you later came up down. Listen. I. Think he's really getting rubbed no I don't. Whose head was I have no idea so many. I don't know I. Don't know. Phil. You're losing. No I'm not losing it. We'll be right back. We have Dean Wheeler and. We have Dean Wheeler and A. Larry Grover. Other, total. Yeah they're indigenous Peoples Day. 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Wheeler resort you're not at the resort no, we're not. I'm out here at the up here at the holistic center we're at. near our, we've got a very beautiful cliff. You hear of the ocean, and now just down the beach from us is wheeler resort. And how was. Over we're open I wouldn't assume that we're taught. We have a very limited clientele. We're trying to keep people You know socially distance and Cova friendly. Doing. Well we've got we've got forty rooms and we are renting out. About fifteen of them is that right immorality Fifteen. Number ELDA. Fifteen rooms. And Zen. Emerald Mr Wheeler never never hurt her. Never, heard her. That's probably why. So you guys are renting up fifteen of the forty five rooms. We have we have thirty five rooms renting got fifteen excuse me twenty thirty, five rooms. You have thirty five. So you've a larger percentage forty wrote up story. How many rooms do you have at the hotel got forty rooms Okay and how many you're renting out here here I mean, how many are you renting out during this? This is a tough time for hotels. I'm just wondering we're reading up fifteen. Fifteen of the forty. So just under half now, we're actually renting out half. He Dean, What Game You're playing twenty. I'm sorry I just Emerald Edinburgh this doing the numbers I can't. I can't read that. Yeah it's twenty rooms. And what we have a big weekend coming up Phil I know you have a big weekend coming up with your indigenous peoples sale just talking about about that. We are also celebrating with a special yoga classes on the cliffs out here Wheeler, Resort that'll be wheeler west okay, okay Phil. Yeah. Yeah That's what we call it. That's the cliff over here. Okay, and you're doing what? Well I wanted to emphasize wheeler West. To its wheeler west, which is the western cliff. Yes. Thank you very much and it's the western. Thank you. Thank you very much for that, and that's where you're gonNA have your yugo-class. Well, let's just blow over it. Okay Wheeler West on dean. I, I hate to be an asshole. There with. David G Home I thought I might be abused, but you just trying to get to the point here is do this. Wheeler. West. That's sounds like a Guy West is the name of the cliff gift. Yes and That's where we're having our special yoga class and this is to celebrate one. This is the celebrate they got here first day. Now I know that sounds stupid. Descend stupid I I understand Whoa hold the phone man. I know we have Columbus Day and I know that we have also What they call again, the Heaven Indigenous Peoples Day along with Columbus indigenous peoples days what it is right well, we didn't think that went far enough. And it is our feeling that it should be not indigenous peoples day but they got here first because. They did get here I they arrived before anyone they arrived before the Spanish they're right before the English. They got here I who did. I'm sorry who got here first indigenous Peoples Day at least refers to a people well, the the whoever got here I. WHO got here I? That is something that you can I don't want to go down that road just I just want to say, well, we need to wait at Medina. Do you think there's a question as to WHO got here? I know whoever got here I got here I but I don't WanNa get into this because I know there's a difference of opinion. What difference of opinion what difference of opinion is there if the indigenous people came over the Bering Land Bridge, from Asia Oh. Okay. So you're pretty sure about that because I heard an interview with the native American activists who said that they might have arrived here by a war canoe or some kind of large outrigger from the Micronesia from the mid mid civic and South Pacific islands. And think about that. Did you where did you hear this I heard it was an interview with some native American activists and I also heard it some archaeologist and anthropologist who are talking about. Easter Island. Easter Island I thought that was settled by South, Americans, yeah Easter Island. Now they say was settled. By the indigenous people who were in south, America and. WHOA WHOA Sunshine. What are you talking about? Who are you calling sunshine by the way I don't like that Dean. Well, what are you talking about? The general is referring to some recent archaeological anthropological studies. Okay. Okay. So you guys are all upset scientists are you are you were scientist I think I know a little bit more about it I'm out here practicing yoga. I'm involved in a lot of the therapies and the disciplines that are very organic to the people of the Earth. You're out. Okay. Dean. We've got as you know Larry Grover only no. Good for you. All right. Are you angry about something what try before you get Larry grow up I want you to listen to my credentials here. Okay. I think I have indigenous people friendly credential. All right dean. What is your theory about Easter Island Easter Island was inhabited by Who are coming from the West to the east across the Pacific Ocean from Asia settled the various Micronesia and South Pacific islands and then when the time came, they made their move slowly and carefully slowly carefully. Need move over to south. America? Who is that? Anyway that's but okay and I think he's making a good point. If you're saying, they made their move to go to South America from Easter Island. They made their move I. Go to Easter Island then South America, they hit they hid Easter Island I. Got A lot of people. This is I. Let's get I gotta calm everybody down but GonNa put you on hold. Okay. Let's put him on hold. It's all good I don't mind. It's OK Dane I just need to calm you down because we've got an awful lot of people that are. Upset with something. Larry Grover is it Larry. Ted's of Beverly Hills. Tonight we'll talk to Larry Larry her you. Listen to the interview. Let's get Dean Beck on there. I don't like being. Hang it up on Philip, it's Something I hear what you're saying. I'm Larry Grover by the way we met. I believe we have I think you guys have been on previous shows. And I wanted to say I your opinion I really do. This idea that they got here first day. Meeting Continuous People's Day is not good enough. Okay. I I liked the idea of indigenous. Peoples Day. It took me a long time to get used to that idea but I went ahead and I did that. And now you want to change debate got here I. What that means is essentially, you want to be really specific in making the European leaded Europeans people's of this Tottenham you WanNa make it real specific puts a finger right in our faces and say you didn't get here they did. Okay. and. But he's not even saying who I am saying, I'm saying whoever it was. We don't know if they come across the Bering Land Bridge or did they come by way of Canoe outrigger further? Micronesian. Islands and I'm using Easter island example of where they settled I. You know I heard Phil State of Easter Island was settled by South American still doesn't Know Jack. Okay. Hold the line here guys because we're starting to getting some very unfriendly territory. I'm just quoting what I've heard some anthropologists they say Easter Island was settled actually by South American. Natives, native digits, people, South America who went from east to west to settle Easter Island. They did what? They went from South America over the Easter Island you know about it. You, you're a representative of the European. Representative of the European. Yes. I'm right. Yes. I've represented the Central European. Class. But I'm agreeing with Phil that some of the apology and archaeology needs to be a real reason to needs to be looked relooked at. relooked at. All right. Here's by I'm saying, Mr Henry. Do you know for a fact that the indigenous people of America got here by way of outrigger or by over the over the pairing over the Bering Land Bridge? Wade? No. No. I do not at. It doesn't matter man if they got here if they got here by Canoe outrigger or they got here over the land bridge the bering. Land Bridge between. Between what? Between Russia and and. Alaska. Makes you sound. Stupid. No, it doesn't. The only one sounds stupid here Mr Grover quite frankly when you talk about the landed a European class. I'm GONNA finish this. Even. If they came here by way of a canoe or outrigger or some kind of seagoing vessel from south. Pacific. Or Micronesia and if they got here that way that's a look down there, they would have gotten to South America. What? He's talking about I'm saying that if it was Micronesia or or the South Pacific, most likely they landed in South America nonetheless would still be indigenous people or they came over the Bering Land Bridge. Over the Bering Land Bridge and. Then, what team is that does that qualify for? They got here I. Oh My Dean. It means that those people got here. In the canoe. This is why I hate shows like yours Mr Henry even though I willingly go on it because I want people to know about me. And the paddles that I've had, and the fact that I still live at home even though I I'm I'm almost fifty two years of age. and. I lost my wife and my kids because I watched too much. CNN. Trying to get rid of Bill Clinton flank. Frank. Hope against hope to get rid of Barack Obama and now the only one that looks like they're gonNA get rid of. The president that I admire immensely figures you admire trump you better believe it. And I still. Still. All these years death doing none. You'd haven't been properly later anything. Right. I don't want to hear about this. We don't want to hear about your love life Larry. Right. Now if it's all the same. Okay. All Right Phil I you can call it anything you want at the wheeler resort were calling it. They got here first. Whoever got here I the ones that get to South America by way of canoe, the ones came across the. Bering Land Bridge in the North America. Whoever got here I and that's why we're not really. Got Here I I always thought it was indigenous people I'm going to celebrated digits people day. Yes. Of course you are because if it hurts you that it's no longer Columbus Day hurts it hurts a lot. But I got over it. Okay. Because I everything that you liberals and I say that with all due respect Phil. Here we go. Over everything that you liberals dump on me. All you liberals all you ever do all day long as like we're walking down the street and you just dump your garbage out of your window here comes. Sweat a wet sound. You know some kind of wet filthy diaper hitting the pavement or my head what's that? It's indigenous peoples day here comes more filthy garbage SPLAT. What's that? gay. Gay Gay Gay people here comes Gay people or whatever it's called gay. Marriage. Yeah Gamer. Yeah that's what I mean. Oh. My God I happened to be a heterosexual but whatever it is, and here comes into the garbage and sweat and the sound of what full diaper hitting me square in the mouth and what is that? Oh, that's obamacare. So there's always some liberal. Yeah. There's always a liberal idea that you don't like. And one of them is indigenous peoples payment. I'm saying I like we got here. I. That's fine. You know and Dean I heard your point I'd like to kind of get off that because it's boring me to tears. We get it already man you think that the cats got here I might have been the dudes of the canoes they might be the guys came over the Bering Strait. Why can't you just say that it wasn't the Europeans these were Asian. Asian centric or Asian Pacific people or they might have just been You know migrant hunter-gatherers from Asia who came across the Bering Land Bridge came to North America came to South America. They weren't Columbus people their indigenous people. Okay. Great. Okay, right. You beat me into it. So it's called in people's Day okay fine. Man. We got some real real lightweight people in the show today. Tried to make it so. It would be a powder. You asked me to come on Mr Hatred talk about indigenous peoples. Day We're trying to hit the everything squared away. Mound is they got here I state. Jesus that's the dumbest name for a day. I've ever heard my life really well I. Don't think the people who got here. I think that and if they're indigenous people got here first before the other visits people. This is interesting. This is a lot of these liberals you split the ranks you're trying to get into pissed off at each other so that they have another civil war. Okay. So anyway, Indigenous Peoples Day is Monday the twelfth have fun. You know my girlfriend Jackie is coming to town and we'll we'll go and have some some dinner and celebrate how's that. Why do, whatever. I had sounds great to me Mr Henry. D Wheeler and Larry Grover in the world famous Phil Hendrie show here. Talking. About They got here. I know they didn't you know yes they did. I can tell you one thing they got here before the Europeans did they got here before Columbus that's the part they got here before. They got here before Columbus. Best. Before Colom. Famous. Pacific Southern California's been a presentation of. The fill every show executive bruce by Phil hurting all rights reserved podcast. Thank you very much dean and all the rest of you acids. 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Episode #1666 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Episode #1666 The New Phil Hendrie Show

"Guide Phil Hendrie for the world famous Phil Hendrie backstage. Pass now more than ever. Before you need the the soothing the rippling rhythms the calming waves. Whatever you whatever it is to you of the Phil Hendrie. Show our podcast. Our Net cast our broadcasts are of course archives of thirty five thousand plus hours of great radio show featuring me playing different characters and fooling the calling audience. It was a fantastic beautiful thing. It was probably the death of Talk Radio Joke. I'm not joking however we have life after talk. Radio we are here doing are doing our podcast and will Arnett caster. Some people call it but but it'll be pook cast with the ones that don't like it. Okay well the ones that don't I call it. A coup cast but anyway boys in that adult. It was going to say good. God who do you hang out with? Doug just saying say Dan Mobile that man. I came up with it because if people didn't know what to call it if they don't like it you came up with it. 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I liked it so I could look noticing. Your personal. This feels like oh not necessarily partial to this music. But I do enjoy. This particular track is called. It's called tourists shooting tar balls I anyway. Yeah there is A. There's a guy at the beginning talking about tar balls. There's a guy at the beginning. And if there's one thing about the California beaches if I may be so bold well this in the interim scenery I don't care but what was in the intros you know so Interest in troll. Who's messing with the music? But I bought a back up to you. Okay thanks very much and welcome to the show. I was just going to talk about tar balls on the beach. Well that's because the oil the oil up the channel right. And it's something you get used to if you grew up in California running up and down the beaches you like as a Kid. You sit in your dad or mom's car or you sat on the blanket or the talent you look at that man. I got like Black Tar and my feet and how did you get rid of that? You don't you didn't grow up here. No I did not soap and water. I mean back in the day you know soap and water pressure they have some kind of a solvent shooting tar balls anyway. Is this going anywhere? No it's not going anywhere high program folks. It's a Friday show tonight. We have a big big chat. Take it easy but yeah but there's going to be covered. What do you think there's a big tonight at seven on the Phil Hendrie show you know? Website Fillon reshow DOT COM our peace. And I kick it around tonight. Yeah I've got some things that I'm going to announce and it's it's not bad. It's good it's good for me. I hope that The the fans enjoy. But we'll talk about that as you know. I'm leaving town on Sunday. So we'll be back. One week from Monday with our new shows. A will have a Saturday cinema though tomorrow. We will have a chat for tonight. We'll have some guy Get Dave Dave Russell Dave Russell men? You know him run. Someone called. Who Rose you? Don't what happened to you? Say Dave Russell Mon. But you don't know Dave Russell don't know Dave Russell man who's he well. He's a big subscriber and he wanted to know you know he wanted to get the lowdown. Well I never heard of Dave Russell Man. Okay and boy get the low down. Because he's he's a big so I heard. What did he want to know? He wanted information before. You gave it to anybody about where what I'm GonNa do and where I'm going well ain't gonNA happen. I'm sorry Dave Russell fake. Let me ask you a question before you Dave Russell on okay being put them on. I mean put them on the air. Don't do it but but just straighten up all right. I WanNa ask you something before you put Dave Russell men on the air. But why do you just say we got Dave Russell men and did you call him? Do not call him. I mean I didn't think that I did. Yes he did because we asked him to keep a lid on it. We won't get Dave Russell. Men Go ahead but if you don't mind let's talk to him. I don't even know who this gentleman is. Dave Nelson. Dave hi hi Dave. You have been a long time subscriber correct and how long we've been subscriber since Probably ten thousand one David. Henry hold on Phil Okay. I'll get I'll get you in a minute. And what do you feel? You're entitled to as a long-term Subscriber. I think that I should be asked. I mean I think I should be told. What's going down? You know what's going on with Mr Henry and your name is my name. Is the Fifteenth Time Name Today Russell? Man Okay Yes for the fifteenth time. But I don't know who you are Surrey. Your name is the first time your name has come up. My real name is Wolfgang Liebman. This is Wolfgang. D been filled. The guy from Lebensraum. That's correct. Yeah he was on facebook. No it was not on facebook. God Olev can I just say something I just read? I've never been on the air with you. I'm asking for some considerations go ahead. I've been a long time subscriber and I heard that you were going to No okay take it easy. We'll Ganglia don't please. Don't call me down. General are you German? Are You American? Hold the old okay. I'm trying to find out specifics. I'm going to tell everybody the specifics. Okay now this is really not your voice though you reversed by real voice but is the voice you use voice you use voice I use. What don't you have a band? We have a band called. Lebron's drum you and that's your real voice. Yes yes yes. All right man. So what's the fake voice voice that I use? Hello that's the guy heard on instagram. You're on instagram voice. Used Dave Yeah Dave Russell. My real name is Dave Russell. Man This is my real voice. My alter ego persona is is Wolfgang. Lebron the name of my band is leaving strong. I play guitar. What more do you need to know? All right look at Dave. Take it easy okay general. You're always trying to get up in my grill grill now. Filled is know anything about this. We've kept this a secret from him for God knows how long why because Phil. There's certain things that people want to keep secret and we start talking about it too much. You're on the air. It'll all come out just decided that agreement with Dave you know that he could bill will fling Lebron. Did he have the band overhaul? You could be Wolfgang Lieven and while he was being Wolfgang leaving Muslims. Start a rocket which you do. Yes and you've been pretty successful right dave. We've been very successful. We're going to be doing a North American tour her in a couple of weeks and I heard about Phil just going back to Florida. And I hear that. You're you have some personal information right right Dave I do. And that's wild. I don't know my crew to be able to keep a secret so up pretty well and all I'm trying to say I FOR SOMEHOW. I'm more comfortable listening to you using your German accent. Use My talk to the people hide. This is Wolfgang Lebron. Please buy tickets to north of Atkinson Vincent Abandoned legal film and so. Let's leave the best seafood. I Yeah I know all right yeah. Name of the bad is legal. Throw an please join US. And we've got great songs Sort of a metal difficult bat and You know we're GONNA be. Don't WanNa take that kind of thing. school Do that again. Wolfgang that name is Dave Chappelle? You raise your voice to me and I'll kill you. You'll sound like that permanently. Oh man come on. Just don't yell at people. Name's Dave Russell. Do that desperate. I'll again do you mean like that. I don't have any lyrics fatty or anything. All right Dave I've had really kooky subscribers before but I've never met a guy who's real voice sounded like that the fake voice. You use is far more listenable. If you want my honest opinion divorce you use the Wolfgang. Lebron voice. It's Li it's easier to hear. Okay Dave thank you. Yes I tell you what I'll do. I'll Lucia on. What's going on a half hour before the chat? Are you a BSP? Well you're a subscriber tech lambaste but I never been on the chat and I never been you know well. You know what's going to happen because you've never been on the chat someone's go to personate you just know this but I've never been on a chat and I never will be on a chat so if somebody tries a person they made personality. You know again and again every time you talk. I can't stand. That guys will take it easy. That's Dave Rustling. Hey wow dave. How much does that can spend with us? Mr Henry how much money I don't know tens of thousands of dollars. Well how do you spend what what is what? Is You buy extra. Bsp's bite him for his friends by them for members band. It's tens of thousands in approach is probably one hundred hundred fifty thousand dollars. How about that over the span of his span of his subscription. Everything about that cat is wrong and yet. He's a big. I don't know all right. We're going to be back here in the world famous dave wrestling. Hey Bud you know it just you just wanted to thank you for. Yes Dave what are you trying to do? I'm only kidding. And there's Dave wrestlemania otherwise known as Wolfgang Lebron with the band. Lebron Strobe Jesus Age Oh my God sound phillies. If your brains they're gonNA come right out of your nostril. I'm Barbara Gray Nostril. That's what I said. We'll be right back. World-famous Phil Hendrie show brought to you by bovine bakery fantastic and now bovine bakery is in the Apple. Fritter Business Apple Apple fritters that sets me free. You Bet and the apple fritters at bovine bakery are with big chunks of apple or simulated apple bovine bakery has those great apple fritters and those chocolate doughnuts and now brand spanking new. They've got those glazed donuts now. They have three different donuts. Well that's really great mom not as good as places like Dunkin donut though Dunkin donut. What happened your voice bomb? Oh nothing yes. Bovine Bakery not as good as Dunkin donuts actually Dunkin donuts. Oh why did you do that? I told you don't mention the competition. Don't ever do that. 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Yeah okay I guess not Giga Jason. Minute Manama's done. It's been a longtime drum your fingers on the table. Top all right. I'm sorry it's been a long time but don't look at your watch and start pointing at Robert. What does things never mind? I'm going and it's been a long time. Been a lot next guest. Yeah we now have Mr Henry. That's shut up. Who Do we have? We Have Jay Santos Ladies and gentlemen and he is live in-studio Jerry Jay. Settles coming you. I K- shadows the sense of Sanjay Engineering Just let the music play. If you might be a veteran Dell and I thought I'm in doubt and they're not gonNA talk much. Oh yes I'M G says. Sason sorcery police Phil. I didn't know that That's we asked to wait a minute. Wait a minute turn it down. J just triggered S. I'm supposed to do when the seasons. Auxiliary police music plays as we. That's when you come in right and we just. We MISSED THE AUTOMATIC Q. Is In such supposed to start but it did not do What is there anything you do bad misery? We could probably do some editing on. Okay appreciate Jay You are here to tell us about what this operation Weather Balloon. And what we're going to be doing this regnery on street corners around Southern California for instance this weekend. We've starting out on Whittier Boulevard in the Pizza Rivera area and we weren't to be taking people's temperatures all right so this is what this is for. Jessie that corona virus. You'RE GONNA check people's temperatures Karakia now. J. you know you and I have had our disagreements but again here you are in this position of stopping people that is correct. And you feel you're in the right. Yeah because we're talking now you know I was Kinda looking forward to coming here. General because you've general you've had me on a mat a few times northern a few. Well I don't think so but General Josiah's pretty much lifted you up and slammed you down with head mad slam. No if I may just finish. Go ahead Yes in the past. You might have having general but now guess what you know we got guess what. Wait WAIT. Wait hold on. I got way to hold on subcommander. Glendale we ourselves in national health emergency. Okay could you cue the music now? J. Here here's the thing that I wanted to say. If you wait wait. Could you queue them use? Oh sorry am I supposed to? What do you want the Music Hall and we got ourselves National Health Emergency Gay Santos citizens fully. Thank you Suck Glendale. Subcommander gleason talk. You don't even you're not even talking now. I don't talk when you asked me about him. I just shake my head. You Talk Sir. You don't talk the so. What was your question? We're not GONNA get through this film J. I need to streamline this a little bit okay so where are you going to be? I already told you I'm going to be in on Whittier Boulevard late and going to be in. The name of this is what the name of this is operation whether check or weather balloon so like that like you said whether they'll do. And why did you the music you just eat cute the music? I can do Margaret thing. You accused the music because I said we ourselves a public health emergency. We're not going to get through this. Forget it you're not supposed to. I'm the guy that made it up. Subcommander Whittingdale okay. What was your question? Jay Look Man. I know we have a national health. Emergency I know it's very serious. Okay and I'd like to just talk instead of having music and queuing big orchestras and that's the citizens on three March. That's the march as we march in to let people know I mean generally I heard Ms Julia. The Western states homeowners association. She has her marched. She's got a lot of things all right. And we Huber Ms Duly but the Citizens Auxiliary Police. We expect a little bit more streamlined. Approach law enforcement. If you don't mind Fuck Jay. You'RE GONNA be checking people's temperatures how you'll do that. Well what we're GONNA do feel we're GONNA use a handy little device. How many guys ever seen something like this? I don't know that is yeah. It's it's something thermometer. You take temperatures. Well not everyone is using those new temperature gauges you put the forehead or nearly us. I didn't know that yet. You recognize yes. That's how I had my temperature taken when I was a kid. Well the problem with it Mr Henry and God. I'm surprised you haven't heard about it. But the problem with misery and the reason why they went to checking the forehead is because these old thermometers were use regularly wreck holy. They were what they were used. Readily rectal yes and so it was an abomination before God a man to slip that in and try and get the used it in the mouth to no. I understand that but most people used it didn't didn't you? When your kid having heaven put up there no I did not no I did not in fact never in my life have. I ever had my temperature taken that way. What you have Yeah as a matter of fact when I was a kid my mother would take my temperature orally with it then I was told by no less a personage than major. Was that the most effective way of using this. Thermometer was regularly. And that's what I said. We stopped using it will. Did you have your temperature taken that way? I guess I did. I'm so surprised that you are you serious. I'm serious never. Has Anybody ever put one of those up by you? Know what to take my temperature and yet they have up yours. What about you? Ms Grey if I you know what no. I'm going to answer that question. Well yeah but I mean. I'm not Margaret. Have you know? How's that for an answer? Are you telling the truth? Forget about it. She just gave the answer. The bigger question here Jay is. Are you going up to people during this corona virus chick and putting that up there rear end? What did I just get to hold? God what I just got done saying was I'm not? We're taking Worley. I've told the people I've said. Could you let me slip it in the and that's the problem we're having because the people are going no get away from me and then we do one step to the side to block them another. Steph. This hot welcome and then we have to let them go but they have to say by-your-leave and no one's cooperating and that's why we have a public health crisis you know what a minute. Wait a minute. You're talking about having a public health crisis because nobody's GonNa let you put that to the Monitor in their mouth or up. They're both in their mouth up there. That's what the thing we're trying to avoid. That's how I'm very surprised to hear a lot of you guys talk. This way looked Santos rectal temperature taking something that a doctor may decide if the patient is hospitalized or something it was not the common course and as far as these new temperature gauges a concert. Whatever they're using you ought to get one of those. Why don't you get the one that they put on the forehead because we don't have right now asked us to one though to those so we have to use this thermometer and I said to them. I'm not going to put this up wreck. I'M NOT GONNA use it regularly. You can feel good. Just please open your mouth and I wanna I wanNA stick it and I'd probably put it a wrong way or something you and you WanNa stick it in so you'll either WANNA stick it in their rear end or in their mouth. You're gonNa tell me that's it does sound suggestive and I also have to say Phil. We've general I have to say Phil you're playing right into this you and you all of the men on the paddle. Ladies and gentleman fill in his jokers are played into the obvious indecent or obscene references Margaret. No we're not. I brought Jay. I brought Jay on this show an argument or something you know I got. I got people I got people to go and places to see. People are pleased to see. I mean people. See what are you gotta see man excuse me Supplemental Rendell? What is supposed to be on with you boulevard? Nine thirty nine nine thirty right. Yes okay. Who said he was supposed to be there? He doesn't talk to anyone who said we had to be there. This is the Jacobson family and so we have requests from some of our our our people. They probably were listening to your show. They want us to be out there to take temperature checks. Well you're you're not GonNa have you been successful doing this anywhere else We just started this afternoon. We were down on Caper in Torrance and yet we ran into some problems. That's why we're having to refine this. What are you doing Jay? Your block and a man's path where we're saying Sir Corona virus check. We need to take your temperature. And that's what I make a move toward a man's toward a man's mouth with I want. I don't want to put it in you know and I had some guys laughing and we sent home five subcommanders already okay. Lyndale in so hair gleason are my main man. Okay and thank you very much. Lyndale you welcome. Thanks a lot so releasing and this is what these guys do now. The other commanders that I sent home they thought it was real funny. They wanted to go he and skip about and go. You know. Stick it in his mouth put it is but and that's what I said. This is not why this is causing. I got on a major elves Newton. I I read him riot. Act I hope you read them the riot act for wanting to Hope you read them the riot act. It's pretty funny. It's a funny thing I've ever heard all finished this. I hope you read in the right. It was about to say because he wanted to take your temperature rectal early. He wanted an excuse me. Don't run down major obstinate and don't you never do. Okay now you gotta cry then a really tough day you know not okay Jay. This is not your job man. You're not you're not a health officer okay. I don't ever why you're running down Meteo Jay. Can I just say something? The guy wanted to put the thermometer up your ass for what reason to take what we think. You don't have to take your temperature that way. You can put it in your mouth pulling out of my mouth that thermometer hold on for just get my brain J. Just hold on from it. We Guys. Yeah Okay so you all set what you do your jungle dancer. Something my jungle dance. J. Major Elvis Newton. I wanted to put that in your rear end. Didn't he? What is going on with you? P J if you keep bawling. I'm throwing you out of here. Okay Major Elvis. Newton said that. Here's here's the real thing that I want to say whether or not major almost eaten said that to me and yes he did and did you let him. Did you let him? You Know Mr Henry. This is not some dirty little movie that you're looking at earning. The covers your flashlight. And you're going. Ooh Look you know like you're looking out onto onto tube or due to lack. Forget what's called shelled Youtube for Christ's sake YouTube YouTube all right. Is that what you're doing? No well okay so I forget so a have you been successful at all and going back out there again at nine thirty two under Whittier Boulevard. with with all due respect with your boulevard. It's great streets. A lot of great people great business a lot of great communities get to it. Henry there's a lot of low riders and Shit. You know I'm well aware of you know. They're kind of hard hardcore customers. You know you're GONNA go go ahead. Take his temperature to live during the go ahead. Take temperatures to regardless. That's that's my intention and two we can get that forehead thing. What is it called? Anyway I don't know it's just a we call it the forehead one and I've called a million of these pharmacies J. I think you're making life very difficult for you If you if you really WANNA take people's temperatures to see where they stand in terms of corona virus and I assume you're looking to see if they have a fever. Yes exactly okay. What is technically a fee for about? Jay I'm sorry. What do you think is technically a favor? Will John Telling you know yes. As a matter I do know. Okay what is it? I'm not saying I'm asking you. We want to know if Jay frankly if you know what a fever is. We took a guys temperature. Today was nine. That's not a fever. It's above ninety eight point six okay. That's not a fever man. Okay a fever I think has got to be like two degrees or something no with it. A fever has to be at least one degree or more above the normal body temperature and even then it may be something that's comes and goes body temperature rises and falls. You know what you're talking about stuff really but I know more than he does all right so you're taking people's temperatures by saying excuse me. Excuse me Sir on just WanNa stick it in and that immediately got people upset so we had you know we retired and then we reconvened out on former in torrance. Now are coming back on your God. Damn slow tell you well. You guys aren't giving five million questions all right and And your understanding was you. Don't use it regularly. So you're putting it in the guy's mouth and no one's cooperating. No-one's cooperating and I find that very suspicious. Don't you want to know if you have a fever? And you have like a corona virus or whatever it's called the corona virus do. I'll go to a doctor for that. Well there's public health issues Mr entering. If we can take your temperature we finally got fever. Then we immediately can direct you. What we do. Is We stand shoulder to shoulder. We extend our left arms with finger pointing at the back end citizens auxiliary police van. And that's just funnel we funnel people that way now. What if they don't WANNA be funneled? What do you mean what if they just started walking the other direction then we will moving bouvier right arms and try to funnel them back with that then then you just give up. No we never give up. I just tell my man. Yeah forget it you know and you go back to. What's legal back to you. Know Checking People's temperature. Jason is to the citizens. Auxiliary Police is taking people's temperatures tonight on Whittier Boulevard. He was in Torrance this afternoon. They're using old fashioned glass thermometer. Which rarely does anyone use these days? You didn't you try to get forehead one trying to get the forehead one. We don't know the name of that one. No excuse US folks for calling it the forehead one now. That's that's right that's what it is. The four is the forehead one. Yes and you're using that you're not using that no not using that. We're trying to get a COP which WANNA get on hold over the forehead one and in the meantime you're putting you're saying excuse me can. I slipped this in now. I'm not putting it that way. That's what was reported in the daily in the daily Eagle which is the Torrance paper and also reported by your website. Mr We did not say I want to split. I did say one man I said. Well you let me slide mine in because we were both me and subcommander. Lyndale holding thermometers and we said take your pick peekaboo it. We're having some fun guy. And he was clearly uncomfortable. We'll do you blame him. I'm sorry do you blame the guy with two guys? Go and who you know and so what happened. That's what I said here. Can I slip mine in and Metro? One of the guy's name as the guy said another place in other times it might have been possible but no not his lifetime and you walk and he walked on before we were able to funneling before you're able to funnel what's the point. Mrs Sandwich you come in here all the time all kinds of stuff. Yeah Tony with giant giant stuff. Yeah and you're telling about this and that you know I got. I got the glass goes to us about this and that many saying let me slip it in. Let me let me put it up. I mean usually major elvis newt and put it up there. Yeah even major elvis. But would you knock off three? I let Major Newton put it up there. Because he's my he's my commanding Major Officer. J. You need a vacation. You need more than that. You need more than that. You need to visit a psychologist. Yeah here we go again here. We go again because it's true every time you're here you're closer and closer to cracking seriously man and you started bawling tonight. It's just Jay. Thank you okay. We got it. We'll be looking for the citizens luxury police. Please be safe. Don't try forcing a thermometer into someone's mouth if they don't want it we'll we'll funnel them from trying to do with fundamental van. You can't funnel them force them to do anything all right. Well Okay so you want to run a virus just just just all over you because you're gonNA have it all over your man if you don't want police do the thing we know how to do bass going to be all over you there does. Jay Santa's better get tested. Then you have your temperature taken to make sure you don't have a virus is going to be all over you man like white on Rice. And so I thank you very much. Andrzej Santa Citizens Auxiliary police role all over it. We're about seeding long. God Damn I'm almost getting implemented. Maybe five years you know how to say it without strangling to death of Judas Komi communist no kilometers killing Goddamn. I'm telling you feel all right. What what did you just call me? What did you just call me shadows? I'm sorry communist a communist I spent some of the best years of my life. I know I'm sorry. Okay God get out of here go pedal your papers all. I'm trying to get Outta here. You give him time to collect his papers. Thank my papers all right. Thanks J. called me a communist communism just like you. Yeah sure by what checking to see if girls have got small bikinis. Alright Alright Alright Jay. Thank you buddy with him. Why do you fill protect this guy? He's one of our guests general and it's not your job man tag is him okay. Don't put your finger on me well. Listen General it's not your judge when tagging is him okay. He's a weird freak. Everybody knows that okay. Everyone knows Jay is a frequent nature. Thanks a lot and just get out of here. J. Everyone knows Jay is a little off. Okay and to the extent that he's able to advise us on these law enforcement Matters we have him on. Why don't you get some real people in the show? Instead of freak the week thing you got caught on nothing general. Maybe that would mean we'd have to get rid of you Okay very good point Margaret. We all have our crosses to bear. General I'm Phil Hendrie ever wonder why you can't read. It's probably because you didn't pay attention school. Your parents sent you to school. But you didn't pay attention and you didn't learn how to read now you go out into public. You're looking at billboards and signs. It doesn't make any sense at all. You're looking at symbols. You're looking at DOTS and dashes. What does it all mean? Learn to read the bill. Regionally you bill. When did you develop your reading system? He he how long ago he and bill. Helen GonNa take you to teach yourself how to read. This new system can help you read. You'll be able to see words and put them together like hi. My name is Joe or do you have change or do you have change of a twenty or it'll cost twenty yes. It's the new build greenway rating system. Finally you'll be able to know all of those symbols dots and dashes mean. You'll learn how to read the world famous. Fill Henry the Elbe civic go in southern California. Thanks Robert Welcome back folks. David Hall is joining us very briefly. Disrobed want to follow up inside. Well he was going to be on with Jay. Wright he was going to be on with Janice might have been the problem I Dunno new this David do or at least David was aware of the fact that there was something that David whereas radio and get them up here on our newsmaker Lynn. Miss Mr Hall. Go ahead gave David go ahead and put that music sorry. Damon Santos was on. He had a system that he was not able to. Because you guys just ran him off and I thought what he had was very now. You can try to interrupt with what you're doing on your program but I thought it was a very good idea just this system. Yeah and but you have the So when he takes your temperature out there and it registers like you know your off the charts you've got you've got a problem friend you're GonNa hear this and that still is that the horns but but it's okay now. I know it sounds comic but as a way of cushioning so if you say the guy I just took your temperature sir. It's one hundred six. Ed I really believe he would do it slower. So He'd say okay. Let me see your temperature. And they put it in love. He'd put the thermometer thermometer in so I say. Let me see your temperature. He'd put it in. Take it out and look at it. And then and then he says you know you're one hundred six now. What happens if the guy does not have a bad temperature? The guy doesn't have a temperature. But you have that. It'd be the temperature that he takes it out and then he looked at it and then you hear what was that gets. Do it again. But I don't do. It takes it out looks at it. Oh No temperature David. I can't believe that you lend yourself to this idiocy. All permanent. This guy says had a good idea undermined by you with the sound was that your idea is it was okay. It was fine but he he immediately. What I'm trying to find a way for this guy to go out and do what I think is very important work and not have people. WanNa kick his ass every time he has to do it. Okay DO RAISE. Your Voice David. Sorry you know so if the guy says hey look at this your temperature. One hundred fifty degrees boy. This is really bad. Looks like you get bad dead. What's I can't hear. I'm sure he feels better. Because the horn blowing underneath him as you but don't do that put everybody laughs. Everyone and yet with the guy says you know what you don't have you're fine and then we hear what do it again. But what about that? Just a little David into lousy rotten stinking idea. I gotta get going a Dean Wheeler coming up data we all. Yeah Your Deed Wheeler Jesus. Man I mean it sounds like stop crying and I cry and I just. I don't think you didn't give a fairness hearing. Oh my essay listened stupid. Oh Hey looks like go to the hospital? It's dumb man. You liked it originally. Yeah what I changed my mind halfway through the segment. Oh isn't that convenient to change your mind? What you originally. I liked it now. I realize it's stupid. What are you general? Okay so I thought it was funny. Don't play in that everyone you guys signed off on it except for me. We thought you'd like it. Yeah Hey temperature we shit all right folks hold on but hey you know what I think about your show. This is the Phil. Hendrie show always. Yes folks at the Phil Hendrie show such as it is a world famous. I'll do it. Thank you Dean Willie coming up next the world famous Phil Hendrie show. I know the world famous Phil. Hendrie show every day Monday through Friday. Phillies here for you giving you the latest facts and figures news information. 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We did and it was quite frightening. I heard the news that the corona virus was scaring people. Of course we certainly understand that you have to have a good but we had cancellation after cancellation and this coming. On one of the biggest months of the year for us this year ago month we we rule out our new. Yobo and we try to get people excited. We try to get people excited for their health for the new year and it's been challenging. Have you been able to? Because I know that Margaret. Talk to Emerald. You guys who've got you feel like you're getting some A little bit of steam behind a a new program. Right what we're doing is we're emphasizing our yoga as I mentioned Phil and we're saying Yobo is back bigger and better than ever before and what I do is I go to each room. I'll knock on the door. The personal open. Hi I'm Dean Wheeler Jogos back bigger and better than ever before. I know we had a problem last year. But guess what? I've refined the technique the last year. This is why and the thing that made it doubly difficult coming hot on. The hills was the controversy. We had last year when I had refined some of the postures and these married people but they wound up in Situations will you had married people out there as couples doing yoga and some of these postures were so so difficult. They wound up in very embarrassing positions. Right isn't this the big knock on Yoga? No I don't think I don't think it is Dane this is general. Show yes it is because you said as much you said as much and win corona virus came close the resort anyway to refine these techniques. No the the resort was closed late last year. Trying to get your fucking information right. Okay General because. Aj YOU'RE GONNA have to watch the language. Okay Jay anybody talk to me like that least of all red headed freak like you. I'm sorry general. I I Apologize Phil. We'll edit it out. No one talks to me like that and wheeler if you're if you're if I was there you go off that cliff cliff. How about the wheeler West Cliff wherever they held? You have your yoga classes over again. You I'm sorry. Did on behalf of our staff just gene. We're not there so we can't get all the information you develop this yoga that had couples doing it and they wound up like the men had their faces up. The rear ends of the women and the women had their faces Lapsley. Isn't that what happened? Yes that's what happened. That's why we closed the resort in December. Now when we were already to roll it out here comes corona virus. So you're you're having to put on some kind of a new promotion since I'm going door to door and I'm saying hi. I'm Dean Wheeler Yoga is bigger and better than ever now in ten response. Getting positive people are saying well. We came back to see what you've got going on. And it turns out that a lot of these people who came here one to do the posters. Where you get your face up. Someone's ass all right Just telling the frustrations that I have so it turns out that people liked that. Yes yes all right. Well then go back to it. I can't because these guys wind up with their faces up another woman says the guy's got a wife. You understand what I'm saying. So they are not. There's there's unhappiness. There's happiness by half. The members know as I was trying to roll out these new postures that I'd worked on them all through the holiday season and I don't even believe in Jesus I don't believe in Christmas. I don't I celebrate the winter solstice at best but I went ahead and I blew it all out just so I can create these new postures and it turns out everyone's happy with the old ones close down man because I was embarrassed and Merola was too. She saw these couples out on the West Wheeler cliff. The guy's got his face shut the woman her. They're not married and so it was. It was emerald that prompted this. Yes he did well. I don't blame her. I'd be embarrassed to that. Great mystery what are they going back in nominate you as suck of the year because Dan Wheeler No. No you can't yeah yes a red beret. We'll get bud what I don't like having the phone hung up on me okay. You wouldn't like me when I get mad. I don't care if you get mad hitherto why we learn a dean. I'm not here to make your business success. That's your problem. If you had this yoga posturing here goes here. Goes the lecture. That's right that's right. You're on my show right if you had some yoga posturing that wasn't working out. Half the couples like half of them. Don't you gotta figure stuff out man before you before you reintroduce the program? It says the team like you've got. Some people. Were unhappy somewhere happy. That's right and you weren't smart enough to see that meant. You didn't see it in the first place and now you've got corona virus. I got corona virus but and the way we have grown a virus. We got people back to the hotel by telling them that. We refined yoga refined. Yobo the guy winds up even more intimate position. Yeah probably did you think about that? Did I think about what did you think about the fact that maybe they like Yoga? Because when you said you've refined that maybe they're in better positions like. Yeah maybe the. Maybe they're having anal sex. Why ARE UTAH? You don't you don't get it to you. I don't Emerald Emerald or honey I'm talking with Cheetahs. Even WanNa talk to you guys. She thinks you guys are the reason why this whole thing. What the Hell. It says to be deemed. Let me talk to me off the air or gray. No she doesn't want to. What's going on with your wife. She will take phone calls anymore or great. Wants to know what's going on. Oh she's out the door. She's in the car going down to the gym to the gym. Yeah not at wheeler resort town. It sounds like businesses man. This is great but yoga is has gone to hell Mr Henry. I developed this system. A physical fitness silts system slowdown time. Yeah physical fitness system. Based upon Yoga with the Dean Wheeler touch called Yobo. Okay yeah all right. This whole thing wound up with a guy with his nose up the other guys wife's rear end and then the other guys wife had her face down on the guy down on him. Yes and I apologized. And the other couples were very angry. I Apologize I said. Let's meet back here in thirty days. Meanwhile Corona virus. But I thought you know I've got a really good thing. I was able to fight through all the bad publicity with corona virus. They come back out here and turns out at Malek did. That's what I'm saying back to the drawing board brother. What does that mean our job to work things out for you. All right well let me try one more. If you don't mind cause I tried one more. Go ahead all right I got Kathy here. Kathy say one of our models and she's also eight. Oh Yoko graduate. I mean she's at the highest level of Yoga. All right can play any kind of music Mr entries so that we can just Okay Yeah you're right. Yeah here it is okay. All Right Kathy Command. Now we're going to go into the full Yoga Asana and this is where my head bends back Kathy. That's what it didn't work out so I didn't put my profound on harass. Let me try it again. You got your what this is. This is ridiculous. Wait a minute wait. Let's try one more time by head goes back now. You sit down. Put what she sitting on man. Three guesses Salaheddine. You know Mr any. I'm not going to be used as the big lockout bid on your show I I I said I worth more than than Mr Henry Mr Henry Mr Henry. I will not be used as the lockout bit on your show where you fade me out because you want to sound like an ask Mr Henry shoot again Kathy. Let's do it again right now. Betting my head back what? What are you doing you squatting just sitting here? We go one two good fruit park for. Why is your answer my mouth going out over the air? Is this going out over? The air going on leave if he wants Ele Alta. Every woman leaves me eventually. Yeah I know who? Is this going over the Air Mr Henry Mr Henry? If this is going out over the air I have legal. I have legal. Recourse actionable Mr Henry. Actionable actionable Mr Henry. I'd like to say the F. Word but then you can counter it say I said the F. Word in life. Where are you still hear your purse threat to go and work it out outside? Thanks a lot for trying to correct it.

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The leading free streaming television service, one hundred TV channels in thousands of movies, and no sign up Jack never pay for TV again. Download poodle TV for free and all your favorite devices today. Welcome everyone in the world famous Phil Hendrie's show. We've got some business to take care of today say we do I'm Margaret grey, we of general Galen Schoff, but Dickman Robert Leonard. And Mr. Henry. Now we have business to take your today. Well, as you know, Chris, first of all, Chris Norton's father, STAN Norton's going to visit us, you're kidding. No. I had a wonderful conversation with is very intelligent and a good man. I believe a very good father, and I said, would you like to come on the program? The how did you meet him? It was interesting. I picked up the phone here in the office today. And that was STAN, Norton is his name. Stan Norton Dan, STAN in in stand staying laurel. Yeah. Not in STAN laurel. The name STAN is a very, very common name. It's very common. But well he's go. Afghanstan stand, you know. Yeah. Okay. But don't start trying to sound like you're Mr. just got I just pulled in from Afghanistan. And boy, do I feel like blowing up someone's hut. Seeing that. So where did you meet this guy? I didn't meet him. I picked up the phone today. You were answered just answered the phone here in the office. Yes, I just at random. I saw the phone and I picked it up. And they said is is Chris Norton there, I said, well, no es while I'm given to understand. He's on the Phil Hendrie program. I said, well, he's one of our contributors. May I ask who's calling? And he said it was STAN Norton, and I said, are you belated to Chris said? Yes, I'm his father. And I, you know, I thought right then angling also. The wheels are turning mortgage. Yes. The wheels are turning on angling to get him on the. What can we do for you? And he said, well, he left some film canisters here at our home. And I said, well, I'm familiar with Chris. I know he used to live with you and your wife, and he went into the whole story that Chris, as you know, collects adult films, and he stores, a lot of them at his family's his mother and father home there. Where did he grew up he grew up in the DNA area, just above Pasadena? And, and the, any stores is movies up there. You mean all of these filthy films? He watches all the adult films. Yes, they're in closets. Apparently the parents moved out of the master suite and into a back bedroom. Wait a minute. No. And I said, well, how do you feel about the way we moved into a back bedroom white because they're keeping Chris's films there? I asked him. I said, how do you feel about that? He said, we love our son whatever's best for him is fine with us and. Fascinating conversation. I had, he's going to be on the show tonight, fill and he'll share some of the things he told me well, what I got to know. Just before we have him on what did he did? He give any more did he allusive date. Yes, he did. He said they support I said your son makes adult films. He said, absolutely. We have watched them with Chris, and I said you've watched the eastern. Yes, we have we don't approve of the content, but we do watch, and we do give him tips and advice, tips and advice, believe me, feel, I was that sounds getting what that doesn't sound real. I talked to him today, homeboy. Do you want? No. I'm not saying that you didn't do it. They give them tips and advice in what way Phil you're going to have to. I didn't believe me. I didn't press the issue with I said, would you come on the program? He simple I can't be in Los Angeles. He travels for business. I said, do you can do it on the phone? He's in San Francisco. Tonight and he's going to be on the phone with us today. He'll be on the phone with us tonight yet. Stand Norton STAN and deletion Norton. Those are the parents of Chris, Norton who is also a cousin to Jeff doubter. Sustains brother. No, excuse me. Stand sister is Elaine. And she married, a Bravo doubter, he is. Bravo was was the beatnik jazz. I'm not. I know I'm not are you telling me that Jeff's father Jeff's father is a jazz of horn player. And you're looking quizzical when I see the word horn every time I say horn player, I it's, it's it's uncomfortable for me. Why I don't want to get into it. I don't wanna get into it. You mean you dated a horn players? No. It's nothing like anyway. So Bronco doubter is Bravo. This is the guy's name Phil. We're going to interview stand right? Okay. So Elaine, Elaine Norton is. Chris's aunt, and she is also drift out his mother, that's made may okay, Elaine daughter. Yeah. I think that's all right. I'm sorry. You know, something you, you, you jokers. They're asking for too many questions now. I mean, we are trying to make me joker has a joker or a question. Yeah, we're trying to get some background. I know. But it's starting to go down that road of trying to clown me. You got to try to put a big nose on me before the no Margaret were not. Yes, you guys are going to try to put large shoes on me before the night is out. I just wanted to get a little clarification. All right. So that's STAN Norton, and then we have done mix and David g hall joining us momentarily. Because doing was I forgot to bring dawn on the air. Yeah. Told you about it. No. You did not tell me about it. I actually the show. Yeah. After the show, you done mix. It was a scheduled guest Don mix. It was a scheduled guest. Yeah. So he was going to talk to him. And well I thought the. David called the guy that called was just some caller, and Don wanted to go into this whole thing about, you know, the fat guy tap, dancing, and all that, bull crap. Anyway, he he's in town. He was going to come on the show and talk to us a little bit more about TC doesn't make any difference. He and David g hall are going to be on, and that's going to be happening momentarily here in the world, famous fill and show. Kill people. All right. And I mentioned it on Facebook today that we're not gonna have our Vernon. Does your marathon? Oh, mike. Are you kidding me? Margaret, I got this thing. Take it easy film. God is dairy. Hey, I got this thing alright till you go. Margaret blow my ears out. You're always glowing on blowing what, what you're, you're always blowing. Everybody's ears out with your voice. Well, that's me. All right. I'm the woman I have to project. I don't have the strongest as you call them pipes or whatever you call them. But you and you didn't say that the anyway, you didn't make any indication the marathon with me on what are you care? Frank and Jason J Diller Monaco love those marathons, they stay up all night. Eating cracker. Jack's Jason J runs around in his underwear. Okay. What's that supposed to mean? I don't know. Running around is underwear easing his own home. All right. Phil, don't you dare make something filthy out of this? So he doesn't put it because Franken, Jason J. Listen this thing. Yes. Now, I've got to entertain I wanted to go out and play some cards with Mary Kirkland seven the gals. Now that the marathons awful have to stay home. Because usually Franken, Jason J sit and listen. They throw food around the room. I what are they doing? They're having a Paul listening to these stupid. Marathons, they're eating food this spilling crap all over the place. Don't other words, they just it's like a big big front party for them. Yes. Right. Well, I'm sorry that it's not going to be on this weekend. It's going to be on a week from Saturday. Yeah. Sure. Been god. Well, how do you know I'm telling you? Right. I swear folks, I apologize. We cannot have our we can't have our Vernon does your marathon this weekend, because I had committed to Christine Blackburn story smash which is so. That happens every weekend or just about every weekend at the Hollywood improv? It's a lot of fun. And there are three judges. I'm very proud to say that I'm one of the judges along with Danny's occur and Kathy Landman this weekend. And I thought that we'd be able to, you know, do our automated thing. Well, this isn't an automated. Yeah, it is. But, you know, something, you gotta have someone might hitches walkout on a piece of equipment man, and not have anybody. I've learned that the hard way not have it on there. So I decided, well, we can do the Hollywood improv if we, you know, because we basically automate the, the marathons as long as we've got someone like board opping who'd you get up Kerry. No, nobody was around. What about what about Adam Trevon? He's outta town too. I mean I basically I told everybody, you know, that I think I got this figured out, we can automate it and then all of a sudden, I realize we got this. Well, why? So there's no one you can get at the last minute. No. There isn't anybody can give. Minute. So I would be running a big risk, leaving the studio with these with these marathon, clips going and not having somebody at least here to monitor, you know what happened the other day, right? Well, yeah. You had two hours per day, here we had to dinner for the steamboat zilmer on. Thank god. Jeff Baker was listening and he gave me a shout. He texted me, so I don't want that to happen again. So we're gonna put it off for another week. And we'll make sure that we have still go sing someone you feel pleased, any move everything. Holy you go. You gotta have a man. It really it'd be something I don't know how to explain this, but something titans below my waist God. Yeah. Amelio turned on. No, I'm not getting turned on a feels like by prostates going to explode from what listen. All horse. Dung nevermind Kimmo. You've got to be much clear. They'll be much live. So I wasn't gonna be the twenty seconds. Yes. June twenty second. We'll have the. Vernon. Does your mouth? No, no, no, no twenty the twenty ninth and the thirtieth. See already your carpet up. Yeah. I was going to be twenty to the twenty second. The twenty ninth is what I just said, bud. And the thirtieth. Okay, that's a week from Saturday, that's from tomorrow, and that's where that's going to be, so I apologize for doing the thing that I did. But I gotta do the do and the funky chicken to all right. I knew, you know, just because you say do the do-doesn't you have to say funky that the funky chicken too. It's, it's, it's all right. It's a fills. Got this thing for the Ohio players. I don't think the Ohio players know actually that was something I got from. Tali strode, who Tali strode on. It's what he Strodes cousin. Yes. Tully strode is we've said eight million times on his show, which is not enough. As far as I'm concerned was one of my favorite disc jockeys growing up. He played jazz, over on KABC, which eventually became king go, and he had all kinds of slogans and slugs and lines used on a year. One of them was do the do in the. Funky chicken to another one was changing lanes at one zero five oh. That's right. Totally start. Any said, we're changing lanes at one zero five right? That's, that's what he just said. All right. I'm reiterating it. Okay, phil. Right. Reiterating. He's making that up gets into the ears a little too loud. He just said, Margaret e fill you wanted to kind of eat mode there. So totally strode said, you know, do the do the funky chicken too. We got. Yeah. Thanks a lot. You guys it was going to talk a little bit about Tali strode. Well, I mean you have talked about him great. Okay. So I won't talk about anymore. Phil just put his thumb in his nose and his thumb and forefinger. It looked. Thanks bahgat. Well, I what people to know what's going on behind the scenes as Phil was talking a very, Melissa Lewis and sophisticated way to you because you don't feel has a beautiful voice as he was speaking to you, ladies and saying, oh, so this and that he had a thumb jammed up his nose. Candy looked like he was reaching for gold. No, I didn't I was itching my nose. Well. It's time now ladies and gentlemen, if you don't mind we're gonna get on the line here, Don mixer. And I think David hall is going to be checking in momentarily as well. I'm not sure. It's a mix. I mix joining us on our newsmaker line here on the Phil show done a very pleasant good data. How you doing, buddy? Well, I'm my down. I was hoping that it'd be semi explication. Well, we're going to explain it dawn, and really, it was just it was simply an oversight on fills, punt, you know, when you when you have an oversight on your on your part, failure, leaving a guy I was sitting at home and you like to say and you know that I'd do I've resist being graphic. But now I understand. Now I understand you're angry done. I'm a little I've calmed down yesterday. But I was sitting. And I speaking of where your thumb was you mentioned more. My I know I won't say cramping went measuring where my thumb was well, don't know. Don't say you know, I imagine. Yeah. And I'm waiting and I'm waiting and I'm waiting forever to go. And I'm waiting for buddy calm. And then Finally I was waiting for the general guy here. Anything? I apologize if I can explain that. I got David hollies because he called in yet. Dave. Thank you. What's what getting David hall, and understand that I want to make sure that when I commit to being on your program, but I'm not going to get I'm not going to get the reverse. I'm not going to get the what you call the reverse them, which is there's one for the nose one for the I we used to say in the service, one for the nose one for the but you know one two three hut hut. Go deep that was kind of like a football thing. No, I sound like a football call. Yeah. One for the nose one for the. You're really not gonna laugh or you feel because this is serious. And that was pretty funny. One was one for the nose one for the but go deep. Hut hut. No one Dari. Don, I think we've got it excuse me. Margaret. No, you don't want for the does one for the but go deep hot. I didn't even say the name I'd go and deep. I just what I'm trying to say to you, and all you monkeys. What's, what's the monkey thing Don? Okay. Oh, I see dawn. I'm sorry, that I left you hanging. Is that what you're saying? Yes, you left me hanging. I'm waiting and waiting and waiting. And I've got my girlfriend chlorine who is one of my students, I'm gonna come right out and say, 'cause I Hughes assume name, so no one's gonna know. I'm dating one of my students. Now, she's of age. She's well over the age of eighteen how old is she none of your business? She's well over the age of eighteen okay? And it is a bit of a feather in the gap of any professor to be able to date to go out with. And we'll have a pretty says they may begin physical relationship with a student, and she's sitting with her legs cross to a great flipping you've never seen legs like these, like guaranteed, I guarantee you're going out with a very hot, looking girl, who's what thirty years younger than you. I don't think that's this. In general. I feel don't, don't try to humiliate him best up. I'm not trying to I she thirty years younger than you. Don't answer that Phil wait. A. Are you his lawyer? All right. I think the onus is on us. I'm trying to say David hall, and phone here line to how can, we have David hall on the phone online, too? But when we've got done mixer online to O D, David hold on line three. I've I very much applaud sorry. I David hall, and let dinner you. I'm gonna I'm trying to figure what the what the problem here. David David, this is Don mix. I was invited on the fill in Reseau yesterday. And I was gonna talk about TC pills out of real has some controversial things about him. And I. Lisa something to do. Once that got to do it. I was gonna make report on it. Okay. And I feel right? And I waited and I waited and I waited and he didn't put me on the air. Are you? You mentioned I followed with Phyllis morning. Yeah. We had a color out of the blue right out of the blue. Edgar, but you and took the call. Mr. hall's EMAS. Edgar, so I guess figured that out until you end to end you're talking about the very thing that was going to talk about. That's what happened. This anchor. I hope and I pray God, his having that I don't know who he is. Because if I do find out what you done done, don't say anything. I just get. I'll bet you anything or. You bet. Anything said you're what I think is Edgar is some, I think he's some joker, probably some, some have with that was dating this Lorenzo that I'm going out with right now. And it has been stalking me. And I think he knows what I was going to say on the air because I think he was talking to Glenda. Wait, wait. Wait, wait, hold on. Oh, that's why I'm Trump traveling with her as I do see the phone call. She makes and so this Clarendon wanted to ruin you or something. No, I think she was talking to this, this Edgar and told him what it was. I was gonna talk about it. He calls. Did he say was a navy veteran? He did. Yeah. Yeah. Navy veteran was he calling from cedar, Cedar Rapids? Yeah. Okay. That was him. I will show me 'cause I. This guy is a ex boyfriend of my girlfriend, and he, he is from Cedar Rapids. Get this. So you, you pretty much, Mark this guy. I know exactly. Oh, he is he, he has been kind of calling her and bothering, he's not just talking or but he's been calling in butter. And, you know, you're going out with your professor and said, yeah, and he said, well, what is he talk about? And she's telling him pangs what you got. You got a problem there. You got a problem this it's. I was just using the David. How are you? It's market grain. Margaret, are you. I'm fine. I'm sorry. But. We've got a plumbing problem here David, and it's really getting embarrassing because I have to stand over that toilet with a puncher for a half an hour. I wanna say anything on the air but they ask you, what you're eating. How dare you? Well, she's gone. Now what am I supposed to do about that? David g hall on the phone. I want on. Is this the on? I'm sorry. I didn't mean to say what I said, I just I'm, I'm trying to figure out sometimes got this ex boyfriend. It's stalking him. And apparently this kid, this guy, this boyfriend called your show filled and send it, you know, he, he was asking you for as I can tell who's was asking you what, or is that? Yeah. I was asking you guys about TCI. He's telling him that, that's this guy. Now is his name enter, no zoom name. But he Clarence told him that, you know, we're dating. And so this is as far as I'm concerned as a way of Harambee mayo. Lewis gets more if it's a pain. Well, this sounds really creepy, and weird, and, and potentially is dangerous to have someone stalking you like that. I would say this done, you know, I don't know what you do in the domestic correlations, but don't kill a girlfriend anything. Thing you tell his girlfriend stuff. She's telling the ex-boyfriend. Well, yeah but. That doesn't sound very loyal to me now, I don't think he doing out of disloyally. And I think I just calls her and says, what he has, and she said, and you think this guy has violent. No. I just I think he's I think he wants to be a pain in the ass, because a better like next, I knew I was able to I you know, I think I, I wanna say I picked her up, but I picked her up at Bob's. Big boy. And you picked her up the Bob's. Big boy. I thought she was a stoop Jesus student, but we had no communication and one night, I was at Bob's. Big boy near the campus. And I was ordering a burger and some fries, and she was sitting at the counter and we got to talking. And I said, you know, coming back to my house and listening to music. And she goes. Yeah. Go and you guys hit your relationship your relationship off that night. Yeah. So you will saying that you picked her up while I did, I picked her up. I don't know who he was. And. You did know who this girl was no? I had no idea. She was she's oh, by the way, I'm in your class. And this is what I was driving our home. And of course, then you're saying to yourself. But what will hold on a minute. You didn't know this girl was in your class. This girl was in your class and you picked her up like some some like some something like what like something walking down the street bull leg. It how about that. Oh my God. No. That is not true. Great. I gotta take that back. Listen on your the guy saying that you pick this girl up, even though she was in your class, because she told me. And. No, I had no idea. And this girl is talking to her ex boyfriend about the stuff here doing, like he's gonna come on your that he'd know me yet. You're coming on my show to talk about TCU. Oh man. What is your story starts to get a little delirious? David, what it is. I you know, I find that to be really and selling your your little stuck here. No. I'm not stuck at all. And I, I worked by rear end off. Okay. I work by Astle. And then I don't recognize one of them. I take your home. I sleep with her. Yeah. Yeah. This isn't sounding too good for you on I eight and then the next morning, she goes, you still don't recognize me. That was that hurt because I you mean I know you and she said, yes, we had a we had a teacher student conference two weeks ago. I'll get outta here. Man. I felt why didn't you recognize your it is still, listen forgive Henry, not bringing me on the program. I, I understand that I believe me, Mr. mixer. Or is it doctor? It's Mr. this whole idea them calling, you doctor you, you're busting on fills because he forgot you on the other end of the phone. I was the skit who guest for Christ sake fills in the wrong question. But the idea that this girl who you pick up, you immediately start spilling your gut store, she's in touch with the ex boyfriend who then cost she'll show because. Yeah. He's in touch with you feel sorry for them because, you know, cheat he still wants to be with her, but she basically had called him up to give him the word. No cantu. Forget it because I'm with this teacher mine. And then I think she'd gone, she think, yes. What she called him back about a half hour later and said, guess what? He doesn't remember who who the hell I am. And what are you going to break up with them? She said, of course not. See, that's the kind of. And I should I shouldn't say anything. But that's the kind of affect I have on women, that's not an effect. You have on women. That's just the I don't know what that is home man, Phil don't be jealous. All I think you have on with fell. I'm just here to tell you. I'm here to tell you man that I'm sorry, done that I forgot about yesterday. That story you just told us something wrong with the right there. Bingo, there's a part of that story. I don't believe what part of the story. Don't you believe this whole, I do the you've picked her up at a burger? Stan, I picked her up out stay outside style contains agley where it is. It's right near the mall, feeling the Starbucks. Okay. It was a burst into burger shack at a burger shack. Now. I didn't say anything else burger shack how big boy. Yes. And they were at a outside. Stay stools cases. She's sitting on the sidewalk with a girlfriend, twirler Pearl, and her hair and twirling key, and I stopped, and I leaned in, I looked at it. I said, hey, what are you doing? Tonight, meth and I said, won't you come back to my place? Let's listen to some music, so he left. And meanwhile, burgers, you ordered was there are you kidding me talking about what you wanted to? I can go over to get in detail. She left a burger there, you pick your home you listen to music, right? And you, you have intimate relations with her. You had sex with her. I mean, and that's wrong. Is that what happened? Yes. That's what happened in that time driving our home. She goes, you still remember me to professor mix. I said he called me doctor. And I said, no, I don't. And she said, I'm a student of here as we had a conference two weeks ago. I'm Porenta easing or something like that. Okay. And I I'm sorry, I told him, I was going to be on your program, and, and that's what I heard wonder off to a pay phone pay phone. He doesn't have shouldn't have a cellphone use payphones sushi wanted off to a payphone to call his boyfriend. That's what I'm thinking. So she did this. She said she was excited about it. And she wanted to tell everyone that she knew me that I was going to be on some podcast, and she told her ex boyfriend's, so she's in touch with this ex boyfriend that had she broken up with the guy. I don't think she had when she broke up with him when she wondered off to the pay phone to say that I picked her up a better at the burger. Stan. While, you know, classy people some feeling sorry about it. You what is that supposed to mean made? You got some real slops in your life mix it. I got no call to Brock Phil. I picked her up a burger San he wanted to break up with her boyfriend and tell him that you. Something really squirrelly about this vixen. I don't like it either. Well, I'll tell you I don't like it. But I don't forgive Phil not getting on the Hornets at least telling you that he wasn't going to be able to interview. Thank you very much more. And that's all I'm asking for. Is that right Margaret? Yes, that's home. I got doubts. You guys don't see at least see, but agrees with me now. I and by the way, I agree with you, because I'm the guy. Oh my. My vote is talking to mix it here. And I think we're just about finished talking to him about why it is I didn't get get him on the air. Hey, phil. You just went why it is. Yeah. I heard that there. There there's a fair in your life. You don't panic in your voice. No, there's no panic voice just creek, why it is. I wasn't able to get him on the air yesterday on the world famous Phil Hendrie show, and this has to do with. He's got nothing to do with me, picking up my student. No, you're right. I forgot I totally forgot, but it, it doesn't have to do with her ex boyfriend, who is the guy that called us to say he wanted to talk about TC on this guy Edgar dad's guys? Edgar and everything I wouldn't put this guy gotta take him, of course. We do. But like. Cancian. Would say the. Now. That's, that's the guy. And do you do you recognize him at all done? No, I don't. I don't recognize guy home. So homemade, you bought that he was a navy, man. Did we general so what? As you can say, the only got Hannibal extending macrey, the Whitman would what did you see the black face? So we were talking to him about all of this stuff that you wanted to talk about gun, right? Yeah. Exactly what you're doing day. I'm sitting there, I'm sucking hind. I'm second Heim behind, you know, you know, you know what I mean I to me a turn it off. But that to me was was wrong. And so, so you got a girlfriend talk to. I think. Bingo. Right. There you have a young lady to talk to any needed hold back. Okay. But good for you. Hold on. You have a girlfriend to talk to as far as I can tell and the girlfriend that you've got to talk to, as you know, the, the gal that you picked up at the whatever the hell it was with you said it was a burger stand in, in Seattle. Right. Or it was Bobby PayPal in Seattle. I'm back for like I didn't think you were gonna I just ran on for a second Benton turned into the store. All right. Did you hear the caller? I did that guy's name. Is Edgar right. Yeah. Okay. And that's the guy that you put on set of done right. And that is, that's the ex boyfriend of the girl that I picked up at burger shack who I took home had sex with and recognize until the next day. Maybe she went and told her ex boyfriend because she was pissed off. That's my thinking I don't think so. I think she just don't she was excited about, but the, you know, the guys very diabolical to call you and into identify himself as a navy veteran. He comes from Cedar Rapids, really does. All right. I appreciate your call on. But there's I I can guarantee all heavy on next week. We'll work up another topic. I what other topic I this was my topic. I wanted to talk to you about TC them and what a toilet, it is. And the toilet stuff. They ACM is it this stuff. They've got his toilet stuff. It is a toilet to almost like they're running toilets through the through dry larger toilet. You understand. Are you talking about? I don't assume that. All right. I tell you what, we'll have you on. And you can you really got to think about. Oh, yeah. And that's why I was looking for it in targeting about it. They've got more toilet. The joint they, you, you mentioned it. They've got they got the black face. They've got the what do you call them animal abuse? They had they got the whole damn thing. And of course, when we have you on make sure your to your girlfriend, what it's going to be about. I, I don't think I don't I don't think she's going to be my girlfriend anymore. If you've run our. Yep. And I don't need some psycho boyfriend. There you go. Man. That's a first Barth thing you've said, on this show. Cold shot. That's the first thing I've said on this show tonight. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I agree on you've you've sounds like a real youth, severed like a real horn. You know, you know, those horns, the go, that's what you sound like you're the mail, man. You're the human version of haunted, goes Ruge. Okay. You know, the, the pas parking were pausing humor stunned. No. You're pausing to embarrass me. Don. Thank you. Talk to you next week. All right. Well, I'm going to have to think of some other Bush, there goes done mix, and on the Phil Emery show. I think we stood David hall David how're you? How am I I'm, I'm here? I'm listening to this. Let me let me tell. This is my take away my takeaway, if that makes an professor makes sure you're listening. I you know, I admire you but to pick up some chicken burger shack. Take your home spill your guts tour, and then she goes to a payphone to call the ex boyfriend, tell him everything that they do or everything you're doing. And then he close Phil show 'cause he makes me puts together and preemptively that you wanted to say the u man. Well, he's breaking up with her. Yeah. I hope so. I'm David g hall Philip, thanks a lot. You hung up on David. Yeah. The wasn't. He doesn't know keeped on Tyson. I'm David hall on sorry. I thought he was done David Beck. Yeah. Mr. I got David, are you there about I'm sorry? David, I hung up on your prematurely. I was gonna say, now I forget, what I was gonna say. David g hall Jonathan again, I hung up on if you hung up on him again. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, David here. He's a real. We give me the phone, David. I'm sorry. What what you all right here goodbye? I'm David g Haugen by get a too soon. Hey, I don't have the time man as big. David sorry, what are you trying to hang up on me? Really by their yes. See I got. You don't feel why don't you, you go to a psychiatrist don't you know, I do not, what is that about? Well, phil. We think you need to lay on a couch and talk to the man with the smile of the mustache. You know, here put your hand in hand of the man. Right. That right there. Put your hand in the hand of the man with the mustache, and this vile. And who's that your friendly neighborhood psychiatrist, which, again, it, and why do I need a psychiatrist? Oh man. We'll be right back. World-famous Phil Hendrie show. We have stand. Norton, Chris Norton's father eleven this, he's going to be next here on the world famous Phil Hendrie show. Put your hand in the hand of the man, the world famous Phil Hendrie show is brought to you by Eagleton's when you want to buy a quality beanie with a propeller Eagleton's. 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This is an automated process, but one in which we feel much better. If we have a good staff of people around, right? And I was very happy to be a part of, of Christine Blackburn story smash this weekend, when she asked me, I spaced. I didn't tell her that we had something going on. It's as simple as that. Oh, so that's it. You didn't say they see anything. No, I totally spaced van within a day, or something that I keep telling field where do you write things down? I write them down in my phone. I'm sorry. But I just, you know what me say you're sorry, but, you know, you have something that was going for your show. I'm not about to start talking. About what Christie and we're looking forward to being with you. And, and Dan, he's occur and Kathy Lebanon, and all of the people who will be participating in story smash on Saturday night at seven o'clock at the Hollywood improv on Melrose. So please do join us. All right, as well and good Phil, but, you know, the next time you screw. Yeah. He put it to the pooch and who goes out. I'll and you don't recognize it. That's just it fill to use the crudity that this one many of your listeners us, if you give it to the pooch and the pooches Singh. Ouch. Y'all not Margaret rub in your own house. Did you have to say that? Did he have to Margaret sip down? No. Did you have to stay there? Did you have to St. Margaret? You said, Ouch. Our when you were rubbing your own ask your women's great because I was thinking about picking what none of your business. I mean you're getting after me when you when he said he let's drop it. No, he said, put it to the point. Yes, I stood up and started a bias that I went out. It was sensory memory. You get what well either we all understand you understand, don't you guy. Are you talking about Frank? That's obviously. Yes. Somewhere along the line, you and him got together on that level. And I don't want to say what, but apparently he was. Yeah. It was. I mean every talking dry. I'm gonna kill it failed. I get up and take a walk that, okay? Thri Frank put it to you. Dr. Bartered you were rubbing your rear end. I wrote. Yes. Okay. Yes. Franken, I came home one night, we'd been at the north winds in. And we said, let's go, let's play lumberjack aside. I don't know what. And you walked around the rest of the night I was walking around the rest of the morning going out. Frank thought it was funny. And you're blaming us, blaming you. You guys are vulgar where you're giving us the whole story, you know, something, what one of these days, I'm gonna walk out on all of his. Hi, folks. Phil Hendrie here. Wait a minute. Is this going to be stand Norton? I want in on this dad spray stuff over top. That's right. What are you guys looking at nothing? Are you are you? Okay. I'm I don't want any one of these feeling wanted understood. Okay when we're talking about a guy screw in the pooch and I get up and I put my hand to the crack crack ass at I rubbed. My ass and go on. I'm talking about the screw the pooch. Yes. I'm not referencing Franken, the north woods in what do you see what you guys didn't do it in the north woods in, in the parking lot, Margaret? I'm giving you way too much information were you married at the time? No, it was a week before. That is great but you can't hit him anymore. You understand that? I don't wanna hit him what I'm going to do. You know what I'm gonna do to you? But I'm gonna break you. Here. You're talking about. So you're in the park in the parking wad. That's what Frank called it. All right. Let's look at Phil. He's all like try to be sheepish about Margaret, you're in the parking lot. No. The parking wad in. You're in the parking wad of the north woods in a week before you and Frank get married any any puts it to you dry. Oh, I'm gonna wait a minute. Wait a minute. That's what you said. He said it, and then I said, okay. Yes. All right. See a cop to it. Yes, you want me to lie. I'd rather you not even bring feel you're the one that keeps kicking this. You're, you know, you can screw the pooch. You can kick the peut. Right. The bulls. You feel you are putting into the pooches bulls. Hey, let's drop the conversation and you guys have really got him put a governor something or an editor in your mouths because the violence crap comes poured out of your faces even though you're trying to keep it clean. Well, that's what I was trying to do until you guys. Extorted it. Extorted it. No, we did not. Well, how we stood out. You said you'd put he put it to you dry in the parking lot. Please god. Because, you know, I don't care if I live the rest of my life in prison. Please God don't let me. All right. You're right. No, I'm not. All right. And either you bud. But take a take a walk, because I think she's going to come across the table on you. All I said, we just get outta here going. Wait a minute. He's got to answer the phone. We need you for the phone, his, Mr. gas, stand in Norton ought to be calling in anytime soon. What are you talking about? Manned and you call him. I get his number anything to talk about. You didn't get his number anything, if that's what we're talking. That's pretty much what we're talking about here. Man. Stan, Norton who is the father of Chris Norton. Is supposed to be calling us and I don't really know when that's going to happen. Yeah. Yeah. A STAN, this is Phil Henry, Mr. Norton. How are you? Hello. And I, I gotta tell you. This is a big thrill for Mr Doorn because Chris, your son has been on our show. I don't know how many times he's been a big part of my show for many, many years and to be able to talk to you, and have you on the show is exciting. Well, I'm called because I wanted to get some information as to work. Chris wanted us to store. They don't films his film, lie his catalog, and we had your number. And I, I, I was told by Margaret grey at this is Margaret tennis, did not now you. Oh, yes. This is a young woman that I was speaking to write this is general given show Syria, Robert Leonard, and bud Dickman. Here's well, oh, good evening to everyone. Good evening, sir. But I called to tell you are. I asked the question where to distort the catalog if he wanted us to keep storing his films. Or if he was going to take possession of them. Do you have his number I have by sons number? But he also puts this number down the number that I called tonight as a point of contact I didn't know that. It probably not, not that we don't mind that we minded should say Chris, leaving our number. But he's not he doesn't really work directly for me. No, I ain't told me that he, you're on. He's on your. He's on your you're on his mind and you're on, on your mind, right? No, he's not. I mean I, I meant to say that you are on his Rolodex. But anyway, so the best thing would be to contact him directly. So that's, that's correct. But I called back the evening because MS grey was so nice to me, and my wife. LA does, of course, very much important. Of course, his life can ask you sir you because we were talking about this. You have a, a sister. Yes. My Sister Agnes, and she is the mother of Chris's cousin Chris's cousin Jeff, she married Bronco daughter. Who's a jazz musician? We don't have a whole lot of communication with them because we, I'm not a big fan. I guess you can say I don't really run in those circles circles are those. The jazz musicians, and they don't want they get after in their lives. That that's not what I do. What, what do you do serve? You don't mind me asking, I'm a pharmacist. Okay. Because when we first met, Chrissy was working Kristen pharmaceutical phone sales. That's right. When we first Bennett, he was working at the Redondo beach. Pharmaceutical, yeah. I will. I'm a I'm a form asus. Now, it's actually my company I started out as a pharmacist there, and I worked by way up to the head to head of the whole pharmacy, and eventually I bought the cover. I didn't actually by the company, but I had enough money to keep saying, I'm gonna buy the company they didn't want to sell it. But they knew that I could buy it. So they Dave taken by direction as an interesting that is interesting. That's not a hostile takeover. It's a hostile takeover without spending the money, you know, so you tell them what to do. Even though you don't have a dime sunk in the business. Right. Because they're afraid, I'm going to buy it out from underneath them talking here to stand. Chris Norton's Fahd, if you've ever you know, listen to our show, and you, I've got a real problem there with your phone serve. Got a bad connection. I apologise it'd be won't be too. I'm on a I'm on a cordless. Added. There's nothing you can do. So I think it's probably our phone module. But one of the things that crystals. Of, of those, but he's a he's a good boy. But Jeff daughter was a we just tend to call you back because we had a very bad connection. So I thank you for that. I don't know. I said no problem at all. I saw the family. That's an interesting. Are you there? Sir here. I I've done exactly sure if I've it sounded like it was getting ready to disconnect. Oh, I thought we were going to ask you about Chris's. Krista sinus condition, there, you, you're gonna ask me about a sinus condition. Chris has no real sinus condition. Chris has an overabundance of the male hormone, which we were told by the doctor causes him to fully relax into a mode or a state of mind where any woman that walks by him will want to go to bed with him and bury him children. And that causes a Bantu relaxed so much that he's sloppy not only with this drink and sloppy and his manner of dress, but he's sloppy with the way he talks. I've never been a fan of it. I've asked Chris over and over. I know that he has a sexuality that apparently women find attractive, his aunt. Agnes you know, we I guess you heard the story. It's the story. Is that sir? Well, Chris was involved with his own two or about ten years ago. They had a very steamy relationship about forty eight hours that I found out that Chris dumped her, and she, you know, went away for a while. She had her son, Jeff. And that's what a strange Chris from chef by the way, the fact that the fact that Chris leapt with Jeff's mother. Yes. He did. Yeah. Ended bid angered mates. It angered everyone in the family. But he was so lazy in loosen. You've heard, Chris, he'll say, hey, my success. And we laugh about it until he's sleeping with his own aunt or worse, his grandmother and get outta here. Please, you is this guy talking to me. Well, that's kind of a shook go it happened. Chris, my mother God rest are sold before she died. My mother got restaurants before she died. My mother, God rest or so, before she died currently got involved with for grandson, Chris. And they had a very very and it was the scandal, the family your your, your mother, Kris grandmother. Yes. How if you don't mind me asking? Oh, she. No. I don't mind at all. My mother passed on ten years ago at the age of eighty nine and her grandson and her we're involved. Yes, it was a scandal. It lasted about seventy two hours. I think and seventy two one lasts today. The other lasts. I that's that's how it works. Chris don't Christian dump her. My grand, my mother told him to get out because apparently one of the problems, Chris has, and we've tried to be he doesn't pay regularly so women are very attracted to him, and they wanna have a sexual contact with them. But he. Stinks stinks, like he stinks like a septic tank either. That's the best way. And I love my son and his mother has tried to get him to bathe like a normal human being. And we've taken him on field trips. We took him to the LA sue to the LA county zoo to where they have apart the hip the hip Apopka. Hippopotamus you know. You a Mr. Norton? Do you have some of this sort of sexual relax Asian going on in your cell phone, your side of the family? Where does Chris inheritance from someone? Well, there's a little, you can hear me. I'm I wouldn't I'm not some skank. I'm local, I'm, I'm local, and I'm, I'm local, I'm down low and I stayed true to I wife, Elaine. But yeah, I, I am so relaxed with sacks that I get hit on a lot. I can't speak properly. This is other were heard of this kind of melody or ailment, but it's very interesting. So getting back to your son sleeping with his own grandmother. Yeah. Go and she dumped him she dumped hit. What about the aunt that when Christmas sleeping with her? Yeah. Both both women is aunt Agnes and his his grandmother Trudy, my mother told him to get out because he's spunk. Like, like a septic tank. Now we're both of these women married at the time. No, no. My my, my father died twenty years ago. Agnes. Jeff's father Bravo, doubter. Didn't care because he had any number of girlfriends on the side. So they, you know, it's, but that's not a blood relation there. No that well no, I'm not I'm, I'm, I'm, I'm not I'm not I'm not. I did. That's how relaxed I got. I just I forget what I'm saying. No, I know that the guy that the father of Jeff doubter is a jazz musician and a can a hippie. And he just doesn't care about anything. So the Agnes with the Jeff for about, I'd say, seventy to forty eight hours and then she couldn't take the stink at either. You know, I've never met Chris Norton in person. So I don't really know what he smells like. But obviously that's got to be a problem. Well, apparently not so much of a problem that he, he was they where what is the bar that he goes to this rusty pelican? Yes. And apparently the guys at the rusty pelican said to him a number of times, you gotta get a path in because as popular as he is with the girls. They're stinks these things like a sewer east inks like like an open sewer, like an open running sewer on the outskirts of town. Well, I gotta tell you what a wild wild. So and you take him to the zoo so he can look at the hippos doing what I can see the hippo bathing in a bit of mud. The POS are so filthy. They bathe in their own excrement. And I sent Chris, why don't you do that? Is there anything you don't wanna teach you to do that? I'm just trying to get him into into a situation where he's bathing. I don't give it. I don't care what he's bathing in, you know. Well, I for some reason I don't wanna talk to you anymore. What is that supposed to mean? What you hang up. What the hell am? I gonna talk to this. This guy is nuts. He comes from a whole he comes from a family. Is that what you're saying? Do you realize you now have to explain to Chris hanging up on his own? Dear father, I'm sorry freaked out about I don't wanna hear about Chris having to bathe in his own excrement. Okay. Phil you. You know what you just said that, like your what you like your Libya to heaven in hush hush, whereas when the head rolled down the stairs, hush. When the Rev I'd say red when the head sweet Charlotte, is that what it was. I thought it was what was going with? The wind got the women's went ahead. Oh, shut up man. Yes. Hush-hush. Yes. You said, yes. Ish. Thanks a lot folks. Oh boy, Northam w villian boat. I'm not being a baby about it. Okay. Phil. You brought all of this on yourself. You brought it on. You'll have to live in it. Son, live in it. Yeah. Okay. Mr., you know, Dade County sheriff, what does that mean? Well, Fillion later. Thanks so much. Folks, this has been the world famous Phil Hendrie show. From the L Pacifico in southern California. 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Episode #1721 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Episode #1721 The New Phil Hendrie Show

"Hey guys it's Phil Hendrie reminding you to get over to our facebook fan page. That's facebook dot com forward slash Phil Hendrie Fans P. H. S. and predict the winner of the upcoming bar. Fight BETWEEN CHEF CARL TO DELIA AND RUDY. Canosa as you know this is a rematch Rematch from their fight in January. Where it was called. Because of vulgarities and homophobia okay it was just it was a mess so get over to facebook dot com forward slash Phil Hendrie fans and that's and look for the post concerning the fight and we're going to do a facebook live at seven o'clock we'll tell you who won the fight. Obviously and who the winner is that we pick for a special groovy prize from armored store. Can you dig that? Yeah Alright so that's tomorrow night. The facebook live at seven PM. Going to find out who won the bar fight going to find out who is the winner of our big prize and we will move on man to another quarter-final. That's right another quarter-final. It's going to be four quarter-finals. I guess I've just that's what that means. Okay anyway we'll have another quarterfinal for your next week and then another quarterfinal next week and another feel you at the role the whole thing out. They'll figure it out all right anyway. So join us at Fillon be show dot com for all the the particulars there and join us back here on the film every ratio net cast for the results and that we will actually have a live event. Net cast of the heavyweight championship. Whatever you WANNA call it bar fight championship the Bar Championship. It's only fills promotion and these guys is Phil Hendrie for the world famous Phil Hendrie Show merch store. Yeah oh I thought you were. GonNa talk about the BS FEET. Usually do not today today. We're GONNA talk about the merge store at filling ratio DOT COM and. All you have to do is go to little menu bars. You see them on your mobile phone. They'll be down the side of the front page. Or if you're on your desktop you'll see a up. The bid bid bid. 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Ted's of Beverly Hills those wonderfully classic Beverly Hills bully shirts. We have new darkhorse shirts from Jeff doubters band we have. I think we have Margaret's little bird told me t-shirt yes well that's neither here nor there. I didn't really approve of that although I do approve of it now but I didn't approve it then you know. Yeah so I no not. Whatever head over there to world-famous Phil Hendrie show are merged store at Phil Henry? Show Dot Com. You'll be glad you did famous. Fill every show from like Elvis in southern California but Dickman. I'm Robert Leonard. I'm Margaret Greg. I'm General Kevin. Shaw this then is Phil Hendrie. Thank General View said that you're pointing at me. I was pointing at you as if to say I am at A. I'm at a point of evolution and then I quit you and I go this then. There's sort of goes downhill. All fills atmosphere Henry cooing around. They said Oh look at you. Nitpicking might you know? I think I'm in that mood So welcome here to our show on Monday. The eighteenth of May the year is twenty twenty and before we do anything else. I want to remind everybody we did a promo for this. At the beginning of the show we got coming up. Yes we have our fight Tomorrow night now. There's not going to be a net cast. The bar fight put. Phil will be doing. A facebook live at seven announcing the winner of a prize. The person who correctly predicts the whatever the fight it over to the facebook fan page. That's filling we show. Excuse me it is. Facebook DOT com for slash feeling fans. Right go over there and predict who you think will win. The Bar. Fight between shift coach. Delia and Rudy Canosa. Yeah because Carl and Rican go but why can't you hear rubber? Okay Robert because wait a minute I get to do all right. But but wait a minute quit screwing around with you. Go ahead bud. Never Mind you do you do law. I'll do it then. You you guys are like babboons in a dance class. Whatever that means So I've got it so go to facebook dot com forward slash Phil Hendrie fans predict. Who you think will win the Bar fight tomorrow night between shift coach and we already did that but was gonna explain the whole yeah. He's a perfect because the last one. Yes the last one. They were both disqualified for homophobia and racism. Yes these guys were using homophobic and racist terms on each other and the fight was called my shorty Winston and Mr Henry. And so this is a rematch. Right and I've talked to both of the guys. They're both on their best behavior. I think it's just GonNa be a good clean brain battering brain bashing bar fight so go over there and vote and tell us why and you could win. We'll do a drawing. Seven o'clock live on our facebook live at seven o'clock. Seven o'clock live on our facebook live live facebook live. Thank you what night Thursday tomorrow night. So that's exciting and that's what's happening tomorrow night and today David Hall. Is Steve. Downes? If you're ready if I'm wondering what if your wedding for what you're going to get your pin. Look I can get up and leave this place all right. I'm sorry yes if if you're ready for that Steve Downes let Steve Downes just take over from here leagues. If you don't know Steve Downes was a disc jockey that Phil worked with a K. West nineteen seventy nine eighty eighty one. Steve was the program director. There and Steve then went onto Kayla West Los Angeles while Phil went on and did whatever he did And then Steve I believe is back in Chicago. The last he's very handsome. Good looking man. Steve was doing some modeling. Some print. Modeling was pictures and Ohio. Good guy that you had very good memories of working with Steve. Yeah Steve Downes one of the great guy so I think what happened here is as I was talking about. Steve David Hall. Who HAS MET Steve? I don't think but he said why. Don't I name the race track after him and I said what racetrack and they took over this old racetrack out here? In Riverside called Mulligan downs. They renamed it. Steve Downes why don't they just Mulligan? Downs thought it was more colorful than than Mulligan. Don's Steve Downes down. Which man you do not on purpose. You are buds. No what's the guy's name Steve Downes? Jesus FILC Steve Debt. You're using your hands as if it's some sort of a ship like you wanted to go ahead and shift bud. Lord have mercy. It gave US CAUSED. Give us pause for gave cause for applause. So Steve Downes look at that he he beats the what is it called Blow Table. But he beats the table and made everything. Go we it feel. It caused all of the meters vibrate. Thank you vibrate. You think in something filthy. Wait a minute wait a minute you it. Whoever whoever dealt it smelled it what the Hell is this guy? What feel you should take him in for a full brain scan. How would I get sued a member of his family? Here's performance on this show. And they think you've made him into some kind of a circus freak and I wouldn't blame them if they sued. You sued you in excess of six figures. Man What are you talking about? Margaret is being. She thinks funny but she's funny for reasons that she's not what does that mean number. We'll get into it in a minute. The world famous Phil Henry Show. And let's get it over here as we promised to. A Steve Downes is the name of this place. The David g hall is at and this is A. It's an old racetrack out. Ever said that they've converted. Now I hope that their social distancing going on I hope all of that jazz is taking place. Because I'm not really sure. What the subdued a real crowd. That's behind you. That's I mean. That's a real crowd. Those are a lot of people out there for socially distancing. I told you I've been one grandstand. Maxima probably pass people just grandstand nets. Cranston over a thousand people next week. All right so this is very very safe thing that we're trying and I heard what you people were saying about. Steve Downes yes. He was a great guy. Worked with bill was fills Program director that was the name of Key West. Hey West whatever that was and he was a prominent rock station sure so It was around for a while so anyway anyway we renamed it. Steve Downes says an amish to you phil and I thought he'd like that and I didn't think you'd come on the air and go. Gee I don't know what he's doing who didn't do any of the sort you're worrying about social distance signals look fill. The country is opening back. Least you're doing it responsibly worked responsibly. Now if I could win some money responsibly you know start excuse me that was very crude and unnecessary and you might offend some humor in the moment now moving along. Phil what we have here. What we're asking. Your listeners is to understand that we're making our efforts at opening up the academy in a responsible way. We hope that they do the same. I don't know how people are thinking they're going to do that but This is our little our contribution. So let me get this straight. You rented out Mulligan downs. The old the racetrack and received you got a lot of people there. How did you advertise this advertiser front in the industry okay? Three thousand people in the industry to come out here and the wait a minute. Okay to we go get put three dollars at the sunstroke. And whatever little Jimmy Wentz Jimmy gets worse. What is whatever little Jimmy wants Jimmy Johns? It's from that movie Willy Wonka Phil Willy Wonka. Whatever Little Willie was so? That's the worst was named after that. Sorta all right here. We go get the money down. Try to get good. What an idiot people idiots especially when they sound like that guy. What guy for doing what you were talking to. That is a charge of our national sales wall to be cool cool. Hold up a minute. Whatever whatever will come on Jimmy come on little Jimmy whatever little Jimmy Watch Jimmy Gach come onto the whatever little Jimmy wants God damn the name of that. Goddamn horse this is. We need something. A little bit shorter that are shorter. The names yeah. I guess the name should be to all right. So David While you watch the racy by talking to me so you're watching this race you've got these people that are socially six feet away from everybody up six feet away from people that I don't know I'm within the six foot range of guys like Eddy here Jimmy. All the guys The guy that took place the bet. That's it Helmet charge them national sales here for syndication our digital effort and you're sitting there and you're going whatever that Tim was that was me or beat me okay. Whoever it was judge elected Jimmy had no all right so that horse loss. Give me a ticket. Windy I'M GONNA rip it up myself a lost that race but I know I can't be a loser forever. As long as I believe in America David G Hall here at Steve Downs cutting out. Are you leaving the report? No Man I got questions I got things. They need to know. All right at the start shuttle like bus gutters out there on the cliff. I got in what what what I'd like to understand. Here's a real reference bill. What I'm asking you is this so the public's not welcome now no and in so doing that when you you can do it. Yeah Okay you know what? I'm talking about race. Joey what you do at how many people know Rachel. I don't know I will say I did see. I did see sound like the restarting get. Thanks that's the head of your digital effort all right go home Bozo. Come on Bozon. Hoso horses boost home. You know it can go home. Come on baby come on come. I gotTA. I hope you're glue with you don't win. I hope you're glue if you don't win. I hope you don't blue lost paying. Oh I don't WanNA turn into gloom. What does that make my side effect that they have all right so next race is With the Horse. Now you're looking at some kind of a racing. I take it if I got the raise important here. We did it all up right. Plus we have a place for people. Getting don't get by the Dow. Is this some kind of an effort David to obviously to promote through the public? Things are safe but you would have had a race track. Where you the the social distancing all this stuff is kind of enforced. It's not like a regular day at the races cost the races that we could get close to that we could get into hopefully people maybe people by their own racetracks and do the same thing General you know I know what you think. I know what you people think of me. You think of a big blow heart big big bell but when I try to do is I try to give people ideas on how we can enjoy our lives in a bigger broader sweeter split America David G Hana's at Steve Downs Racetrack. They've renamed it used to be called Mulligan downs at Riverside. Then them waiting for the next race. Here you've lost two races whatever. Little Jimmy wants Jimmy gets an what was the other one. Bozo Goes Home Bozo. Go home no course home go home then. I misspoke good. It's there it's A. What is it what you people deejay says he's he says he's got half a brain. You're going to get them back out. He's the head of our digital effort the head of our digital platform. Oh my God all right here we go now which was just Lou. No candidate Kudu. Do what kind of a name that for horse. No do come on man when one race in this thing to remind me I know that hello can do I take it. You Lost David. I gotTA congratulate you and thank you for at least doing your part in bucking up people's spirits letting people know that there are options. I Beg your pardon get Davidson. Thanks Phil Li doesn't sound like he was all that intent on telling how to open up the economy. Now what what was that about really. That was just having a party with a bunch of friends. I don't even know if there is a place called Mulligan downs. I don't even know if he changed it to the name. Steve Downes and I don't even know if there was actually people there. It might have been a sound effects tape. Tell US Much Steve Downes because we heard that This it's a guy worked with. I don't know I mentioned him. Wants to David and David. There's a good name for a racetrack or something. Why because his last name downs? Yeah Yeah but Steve. Downes was our program. Richard K West years and years ago came in from Pittsburgh. I'll never yet this GIG. Where's everybody going to grab some coffee? I'm saying something here. Okay okay never mind go ahead and tell US story I was. I was working at in Miami. Steve Downes was at a God. Damn it he was in Pittsburgh W he was in a Pittsburgh. A rock station and Frank Bennett was at KABC in Long Beach and we went over. And we had dinner at Tommy's house in Venice beach. We all came into town. And we were the three new jocks. I guess that were being hired from out of town that was technically from out of town and we had dinner and we talked about the new radio station and st was program director. And that's an off. We went into the wild blue wild blue yonder. She said why blue no I didn't into the wild blue yonder now whereas K. West. Now now it's power one. Oh six so there. You go all right folks. We'll be right back in the world. Famous Fillon re-showing Jay Santos of the citizens auxiliary police who has set up a flare drop. And is this for nasal swabs or something. Yeah Jay Santos who? This is very questionable. Fill he thinks that he's going to stop. People flare drop them and stick up q tip of their nose. Yeah that's A. That's one for the book I can't. I almost wish I was in Lang to be tested. Just to you see. I wouldn't be tested to emotionally as well as physically all right. We'll talk to Jay Santos who has been very quiet. Frankly in the midst of this pandemic very quiet I usually. Jay is very very vocal and outspoken. When it comes to something having to do with the public safety but he's been rather quiet so we'll talk to Jason's we come back here on the world famous Phil Hendrie show. Hey It's Phil I want to remind you that tomorrow night. At seven o'clock we'll do a facebook live at facebook dot com forward slash Phil. Henry Fans P. H. A. N. S. will announce the winner of our grand prize for our first bar. Fight here our first quarter final quarter-final Phi God damn quarter-final bar fight the right person to pick the right winner. I guess there's only one winner you don't pick the wrong in it. The person who picks the winner. We'll draw a name from those individuals who did pick the right fighter and they'll win a prize and we'll also give you the results of that quarterfinal fight which will be held there at the waverly. 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We'll be talking to them and getting their Getting their feelings views on a lot of things you know. It's a goofy goofy world that we're living on these days folks and one of the things that are happening is There's outside testing. There's covert testing. You Know Jay is out there with a citizens. Police diagnosed with a couple of the subcommanders. The last thing that I read that you were saying from your subcommander position there at home is that you didn't want any of you guys going outside of the House. That's exactly true. Phil what we say what we WANNA do is what we says. What is what we said we WANNA do. Is Everything okay? That almost hit me right here. The truck go go. Go go okay. Wait a second. Was that some guy actually doing that. Was that a guy doing the siren. We head use mouth sirens because we don't have any real science right now they're broken. You Know Lloyd. Webber's doing it. So you're using sirens longest gonNA take. What would you ask? I want to ask this monkey here. Thank you very much. Wait a minute wait a minute. What Margaret be respectful Jay? I'm sorry I'm trying to ask you. Are you using real sirens or those are actually guys doing? Those are my subcommanders taking off in a car. One of the leans out the window. Look send us. You know about certain traffic by don't you? Here's how do you wish? Soon as you get that other guy radiohead to seeing hand upon you making noises again. No Israel motorist excessive speed. Come down there back there as soon as you make that flared up which pull that guy over k So where was I asked you about? The mouth sevens right so I just had a guy go by just director subcommander to nail. Go ahead waking me for what. Then you have anything else to say. The guys speeding go after man. So that's one of your subcommanders leaning out the window city as and I knew that when I came on your program tonight Mr Henry. You'd be all over me like stink on you know what on account and and I'm not saying anything man all until his that reminds us. Avoid Bona Fide Siren guy that we had member. Lloyd Bona Fide. Right remember him. That's where we got the idea ripping them off. I don't think he's GonNa either way he owns that. What what what gives here anyway. Okay I can do anything I want. We got a bunch of broken sirens. We those automatic cam crank sirens that we bought over here at CVS pharmacy hand. Crank sirens cranked them when they went. Go ahead a good impression So just subcommanders out there not counting billy. Who's with me? We've got four not counting hand belly. We have four county me and billy we have. You'd have six wait a minute. We've got four county me and billy six. Wait a minute one. Two three four five seven four subcommanders out there. You're you're eight. I'm sorry sorry. Yes six so not counting me and village six. No it ain't man. It's four cutting you and billy at six all right. Well we'll go out of here and get in a car highly by we billion bill billion the siren. Okay so we go out. We want people speed out here Phil and right. Now he's going to. We don't have a radar gun. So billy just counts by the second a stop watch. Stop watching you guys. Don't have anything to you. Kill him. Billy speeding okay. There's a guy that was speeding. Billy counted down there. He goes wow let he almost hit me. Oh man that's Turkey almost hit me so here. We will keep an eye out the window. The car I gotTA MAKE ORANGE. Sky Is okay. Okay all right. There is concerned over. He's a siren. You don't hear enough for all right. We'll talk back to kick point you give up. It's too much of a hassle. He's a pain in the ASS. Impurity wind up to me all right so I I'm concerned that's we're trying to fill it just trying to see why you know right. Well J bless your heart in obviously in my time with you. I know you mean when you see your heart Phil but it sounds like some kind of grandkid or just like I'm sort of a mentally retarded stepson or something going up. Bless your heart. Well I've got chocolate and stuff down the front of me not really Just hold on j so bless your heart. You're out there at least trying to track these speeders but you also want to do nasal swabs nasal soft. Okay here comes up. Commander billings Hanako. I pull him over and I said you were speeding he goes. You don't have the right and I traded nasal swab him and kick in the balls the balls the last week number. So you're you're offs. It was assaulted license plate number. You know why not buy bossard helping him or icing his balls bound. You didn't see anything you know. Send us you got yourself all. I don't need your advice right now. K. You're the same citizens police though. Ajay were identified. You remember when those two those two convicts are on the loose and you got your gone. You remember those guys are playing. Grab ass in the parking lot site. Oh that's right and after that you put up on twitter site. Unknown grab zone is still grab Essone. Yes it is and we learned our lesson. And I'm sorry about that. Go ahead Thompson said at the speed. Go ahead what happened. I forget my lunch got beat her out there so those guys are GonNa pull these dudes over these guys. Don't have to pull over because you've pretty much acknowledged that it's illegal to force them over right. Okay we're here. We're going to catch the big fish if somebody wants to give us a hard time about pulling them over. We'll let him go. We don't care. Go get the carpet. I'll show you what I'm talking about going to chase this one speeder down that I just saw and this is what I'm talking about a year and hit it. Hey Hey you'll have to pull over. Manicures meeting issue was just you? Were fucking go. Do what was your. It's a siren. If you want to pull over I don't why you phone me do yes. New Pulse Boker lady was on a radio on a podcast right now on. Never mind get this. Let's get out of here so there you have it feel. That is what we're up against your day on the streets of Los Angeles as we try to do. Cova test as well as leaders. That was some woman you try to pull. She wouldn't tried to pull. You tried to pull her over and she wouldn't pull over for you so you just let her go and then she started talking you doing her own siren. Yeah what is this giving a pig review just so you could stand up in front of people and go here. Sit Up and drop biscuit in my mouth. The way you're acting yes. In many ways you are accepted sitting on a traffic cones flattened out. So you can sit up get a biscuit in your mouth and you could go. Oh Gotcha. That's really dale us on that one sentence you were a simple minded. You're one of the simple minded old man General. I say allies. And that's what we do to help keep you safe. You disconnect your phone man. You'RE GONNA rip it right out of the. Thanks Bye Phil now. Did he actually test people? I don't think so. He couldn't get anybody to pull over. That's Jay Santos citizens auxiliary police at a checkpoint somewhere out there in torrence traffic coning speeders. And they're also trying to test people for Cova nineteen but he can't get the swab up noses because he can't pull anybody over because they all realize doesn't have the legal right to do that and that is today's modern citizens auxiliary police trying it out. That's pretty good. Thank you famous. Fill EVERY SHOW EXECUTIVE BRUCE BY ME HENRY FOR SAMPER INCORPORATED. All rights reserved on podcast. One don't forget to Morrow Maverick drawing the We're GONNA draw the name of a winner if you correctly. Pick who wins tomorrow's about tomorrow's big rematch between chef cultured Dalia and Rudy Canosa. Then we put you in the running for a prize benefit. Your you're naming win the prize bookstores. 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Episode #1901 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Episode #1901 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Podcast one this holiday season you know what have my wishlist adventure. That's why i got a new honda during the happy honda days sales event they have a whole lineup of rugged all wheel drive. Suv's crv pilot passport. But at the end of the day. I drove off in a new. Hr v. with a bunch of safety features and best of all. I got it on clearance. So don't just sit around knitting an ugly holiday sweater. see your local honda dealer for happy. Honda days clearance pricing today. Hi i'm frank gray. I'm margaret husband. I'm also an entertainment attorney. And i think i know a thing or two about entertainment and the things that can entertain you and me and every everyone wants that to happen to them. And that's why. I recommend the phil hendrie show and if you get an opportunity to get this subscription to her website while you're you're in double luck because phil hendrie provides a wonderful entertainment value entertainment bang for the buck. All of the multitude of characters that she does along with my wife margaret who Helps out and along with general gaylon shaw. She's there too but dickman. She's there margaret. He's there and robert. Leonard she's there and of course the star of the show. Someone that i consider a close personal friend at i have great deal of respect for her fill henry. I'm frank griffin. When i look in the mirror in the morning and i take a look at myself. I say you know what. You're an intelligent man. And she looks back at me and says you're right That doesn't sound egotistical margaret. It was great frank. It was wonderful. I can't hear him. is he right there. I'm right here. Frank was great all right. Thank you. World-famous fill in ratio of phil dot com. Get get it get it. Get what man gets. A subscription figures filigree showed here for the pacific in southern california listening to the sam's there of apache tomcat. And lose your head mcrae. Wait a minute wait a minute. Wait a minute general. Caitlin shaw. I'm margaret kray but dickman his mr henry. What's so funny about that with him. Pointing at being say. Wait a minute because he was going to. I've told you we're introducing the music. Oh we're mentioning the bad teams. Is that it. yes we're we're going to mention. we're giving credit where credit is due and matching the group's exactly and to that end all right but my apologies to apache tomcat. Not well versed in discussion about it. Well you know something. I didn't input all of it. Okay brain so all right margaret. You're that missed it. Sorry sorry bud thank you. That's you i'll take under advisement. Oh is that what you gotta do. We'd have hold on man because we got a big show ahead here folks and we need every well. Pardon me for saying yeah. He's going to see every swinging. Dick oh what an assault with margaret. Where are you going to save me from a homicide charge. What is it with you bud. Starting to learn everything that comes into your head no matter how sebald no matter how little room there is up there for. What are you laughing at me you man so anyway. Welcome to the program folks. The world famous fill henry. Show dot com. He me today. Sit down yes. I'll sit down in the middle cam getting some oxygen breathing. I'm doing some deep breathing and this is yogurt. You know what you'll get is filled. John thanks thing no i. Don't you just say thank you. it almost uruguayan. Dan i know what i did. I'm doing a little bit of deep breathing. Just hold on teasers weep but that was very unladylike it went into the sink. Bhargava joining us. What is the big deal. But you guys don't know you're gonna be walking around behind this or what about a shangqiu. You something yes on sitting down safest. What does that mean guys are creeped up by the fact that i'm wandering around behind you. We just want you to sit down and sit down and join the the show here you wandering around out there. It doesn't give it gives one pause me wondering around out there now. This is really interesting to know about this nothing. We don't have time to discuss right now but you know we can do is. I'll book some group therapy man. We all go in to like a nut house and Oh is that right. that's right. We'll all sit down in a nut house and have the doctor examines. And who do you think you'd really be talking to probably just me bingo bingo. Bingo go bingo frank gray. Let me. just give the intro to this because this is very very delegate. What happened was on monday. Oh my god yes this on the classic show for us today. We drew it from the month of december of nineteen ninety. Nineteen ninety nine rather. I just thought i heard frank's car. Yeah great. hang on their boola. Hang on for a minute. Mr. you're gonna hang on from right here. Thanks but That's great you might want to get on the phone. Sorry go ahead had a cut it ahead to cut. You can cut it off. I did not cut it off. No i didn't i. Wouldn't you like to know. Frank will be with in a second. Thank you now. I forgot. I'll remind you. Because this when i heard this i thought i was gonna drop ten pounds right there in my jeans. God well i did. what happened. Wasn't that big of a thing when we explained to audience what happened in was on the show on the classics chauffeur yesterday. We were airing show from nineteen ninety nine in which i was telling the story of a radio host that i had worked with. Who uttered a racial expect. You know a a racially offensive term as part of a phrase a phrase that he had learned in his native country and i was looking to illustrate that by mentioning what the phrase was used the entire unedited inward and that is something. You don't do fill. It may not now in nineteen ninety nine as i mentioned. And just let me say this because you guys are gonna piss me off you keep interrupting we gotta let him get the story. All right because using that word is not acceptable. It wasn't acceptable in one thousand. Nine hundred nine. It wasn't acceptable in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Which was when the event took place that i was quoting but there was a time when when you quoted somebody using it you use the word how that changed how it morphed. I can't tell you as a broadcaster. I know what's always been acceptable and i know what is unacceptable in terms of license. All that stuff you have to know that stuff so but in one thousand nine hundred nine in recounting the story. You use the entire word. I use the entire within the quote and it was the quote was basically n word in a woodpile. Although i use the word but so when somebody heard the replay. They flipped their list yeah. They flipped their lead. So i went on. Did a facebook live on the bsp's and more page. And i explained that. And i first of all i wanna thank all ps for weighing in and people seem to understand. What's the problem. Well what. The problem is this field. You think the bsp's understand what you say that were all bets are off and i talked to david hall. I think he's David will be on in a minute. I got frank gray. Who is an entertainment attorney. Who is also on the line with us here this evening. Okay now frank we. We've got you now. And i thank you for your patience and Thank you for joining us. My pleasure fill okay. So did you hear any of that. What i heard was a that. You hundred word and said no uncertain terms you said it and people started to flip their lips. Could you hold on for just a minute. 'cause i gotta get rid of it i want. Here's what i wanna ask you. listen. I was wondering. Do you guys have fun fun fun. Yeah i wanna get a buttered bun in other words. What i want is fully buttered fully loaded butter so you do have the butter button because i was not sure Employees thank you very much. i was just wondering about. Yeah thanks listen. I have to put the butter on. Hold out from nfl affiliate. Look we've been through this before frank with you at the drive through thanks. Are you getting your mortar right. Oh my god. That's exactly how it sounded. Don't do that. I don't wanna listen to that clown. That charter had balling everything up. And filing things up. Don't hang up on me. Okay like the buttered bun. I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about you making garbage out of every conversation ahead. Okay so i'm trying to get your advice on this thing. When i said what i said. Okay it wasn't intentional wasn't no. It wasn't intentional. I don't for first of all from. Hey you wanna get the buttered bun and turn it. I want to get a buttered biden fully buttered all right. Yeah when. I got a cup of coffee okay. Yeah i want. You guys don't not buttered bun with a cup of coffee. I just ordered. I said i wanna buttered bun with a cup of coffee. Yeah i wanna buttered bun. Happy all right there. Yeah and a cup of coffee is what i want. Sir thank you very much. He's that is the craziest thing right. The whole hamburger. I don't want to brag. Listen man. I don't have time for this. Okay i need to talk to you all right. So that's what i said. Well you don't have a prior said that you were quoting somebody right. I was quoting a guy from a radio show From ten years before whatever you're listening to the show or no. I was working at the same station with this guy and the word went out that this poor man had been poor man because he was like. I said from another country where they don't know what the word means. May it meant something slightly different from where he was from where he was from australia. Australia i don't understand we'll talk for just a minute. Okay listen i. I wanna have the buttered bun cup of coffee at there okay. I don't want a hamburger. I set the whole thing. I'm gonna cold. i don't care at all. What are you getting a buttered bun for iphone. It sounded delicious whether i wanted to buttered bun. I have a cup of coffee or something to have something light. When it's hardly like look at all the beauty queen. They all know so. That was what happened to me. Okay no i don't if you see happened. She's the one who said that you were quoting her right. According to talk show host. And that's all there is to that. I don't even think i don't know. Why am i talking to you. Margarethen did you. I thought you might have some legal advice. You give thank you very much frank. I'm very happy to help outfield. Whatever i can ever. Wow yeah you see frick only has first of all frank has only so much brain power lift he he has only so much undamaged gray matter and then there's the matter of patients matter patients that's right but isn't that alliterative easy but just just ease back band. There's only so much that franken understand. I think we got to the. But i thank you for that market. I don't think. I need a lawyer or anything. I don't know i just franks frank is conversant that we've been using lately with these things right. Let me let me get now on the phone because we are putting out fires left and right around here. David hall is the gentleman you hoes. The vice president of digital sales for the world famous fill henry. Show joining us on the line. Now from South pasadena california. You're in the middle. Some christmas shopping david doing the story. I wanna know is actually say the word in nineteen ninety nine talking about on the show today. No no on the on the on the podcast show. This was yesterday so this was a classic our that we include with each show. In other words it was the b. s. p. classic classic. Yes when the whole it from it fell something you say something. Somebody calls me up this afternoon. About a half ted this afternoon at half past ten. I'm sorry about it. Maybe it was always someone calls me tonight. And they said to me going to believe this henry the n. word. I had to stop off out of the car and walk around when i heard this. Well it's so thick. Thank you very much for calling me i. What did you say you went through for called me. I know. I said thanks very much for calling me. I and i didn't lisp okay. A david is going to go on much longer. We're talking about your cell here at work. David he didn't say the n word on the show. He didn't even save intentionally on the nineteen ninety nine show. He was quoting somebody. Okay let me. Because i'm the guy that's got to go out there. Understand the of the phil emery show. I go out there tape. I put my. I know you put your rear end on the line that sent year. Darn right. I go up there every day Take a deep breath a deep breath or something. I've tried i put my railroad. The line for you wonder what happened n. word got out of the show. It didn't get out on this show got out on a. b. s. p. classic our that we were including our daily post. Is you know for all of the subscribers. So it was in this classic. Our and the classic our was from december nineteen ninety nine ninety nine henry. Hey we're and we're that that wasn't at all in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. I was telling the story of a host that i had worked with ten years before. And i'm not mentioning the station and i'm not mentioning the man's name out of respect to him. It's an old old issue that had been gone over. Tell me who it is. Okay i mean this is why do i need to tell you what people are saying. You know who's saying to you. Dave and i thought the only person that you talked to his saying to me. Yeah get i mean what facetime be kept it up and down with his arms here mr mr hall. Mr henry said the n. word and everything. I sit do that. It was on a on on on on on a classic. Our you know no no tell me about it. What do you want. Blow just blow. Some kids. handwriting has to meet. You said the n. Word sorry do you want to know the story. You wanna get the get panicky. Wanted to hear the story for where i'm okay i understand okay. That's what i think about what this could totally you gave it. I was on the espn show today which was a show that was replayed from one thousand nine hundred and nine so twenty five years ago mentioning an incident that had happened at the radio station ten years before that and it was a man who had used the n. word and i quoted the phrase that he'd used and that was the extent of that. I said wow. Can you believe this guy said this and he got fired for it. The guy you don't wanna see the hostess no i don't i'm not gonna say the guy's name at everybody knows that happened probably pup. Probably people know what stationed happened Mentioned i'm simply going to say it was a i was quoting that man and he was fired and that was the end of that. Sorry oh ho ho. What are you freaking out about. What about freaking out about the product the product of the villain regional website. Okay other words. Those band that he's also product. He's also thing saying that. I go out day. I try to sell and the thing. Just be the set. I don't mean this phil. I'm saying you waited a voice really prince up when you get nervous. Yeah just like every other man on this program every other man what happens when you get nervous margaret when i get nervous. This is how i sound. Jesus anywhere that was scary. You better believe it anyway. What happened was i'm listening to this. Let me just explain so on a on the espn classic show from december of one thousand. Nine hundred nine right oriented. Gap is butch. Butch up a little bit scared and stuff. He's nervous understandably so great. So david maybe you wanna hang up and get a grip because you sound like you're coming apart. what happened. What happened was i was on the esp classic show from twenty five years ago. I said hey there was a guy whose name is this and this and he said these words and that was that and somebody heard the n. Word on this show that was not over the public feet on itunes. It wasn't our free podcast. We offer on our homepage. It wasn't the one that went out on podcast one. it was the classic show subscriber. Only yes what is say. hello. I'm ready to drop. I drop it entire forest in the credit of the whipping winds of your swim. Sunk up my info. Okay david yes now you hear it and now you can take a deep breath and breathe again. It's all good. You will never understand until you've been in management if you ever go into management which i will never do of course not so you to take your pot shots but you never want to really go into management. Because i don't have any talent for it. I know that i wouldn't be any good at it. Guys and management. Who aren't any good at it. But they still go into it really don't ya. I sure do so. That was the extent of that. You tell me the next time something like this happened. I only found out that there was a reaction to it on the species and more page and that was it was it on the on their on your fan. Page got seventy five thousand people over there on the hill down man david. You sound like a panicked child. Excuse me margaret that. I have your brass balls. Okay what did you say sorry. You're like i'm getting things. Don't be afraid of david. You really kind of gives up sound like a little tiny baby. Chalk it up. A little petty baby bothered you guys. It's bothering me man. what's bothering me is. I can't get you to come down long enough to hear what's happening quoting guy so you didn't say it yourself no. I didn't say i would never say that myself. In a million years. I would refer to anybody that way and of course since i don't know over the last ten years or fifteen years or so. It's no longer any good to even say that word in when your quoting somebody you always just say inward and that is exactly how i've conducted myself but this was ninety nine is. I said i was quoting that guy. I give you any heat back then. You're telling me that. I let you say yes. The program director on your radio station. At that time. I was at that time i was now syndicated with premier So it's okay all right and you know if you want if you wanted to scream at me about it. Yes if you wanted to scream at him. A buddy should've got you should deal to twenty five years ago five years ago. That's when it happened. That was the show was a december one thousand nine hundred show. Oh i don't understand that being division a very difficult ten talking. I am because i announce to just understand that. This was a much less than what you were imagining. It was part of me that will always feel like walking up to you with an unloaded gun. That you don't know is loaded. They put the barrel headed the trigger and nothing comes out man. I'm thinking about it. David i know. I hope you know. I don't know what to tell you. Get a cold shower. I'll see you later. I'll talk to you after the show. How about that. I'll call you after the show. David hall is. We'll be back in the world famous cases good. Everything's been good man that you call him up and you're jumping up and down. What was that about. But i'm just saying there. Windy or when i heard about it. I don't know yeah you don't know man. Thanks for nothing but thanks for nothing. How are you kidding me. Right back. World-famous phil emery show hoopstad g. o. Here david to you for the world. Famous fill in ratio david g hall here for the world famous philly. Rico get a backstage pass the world famous fill in show and you can hear those and you can hear those classic backstage pass only hours. Those are only for backstage pass members every day we roll out an hour from the fillon ratio archives. The deep forty thousand our plus archive the greatest value online other than porn. Make sure that you dial into fillon. Ratio dot com. That's ratio dot com. Get a month or year subscription to the world famous villain ratio. And you can listen. He goes in there and you can listen to shows hours. I won't panic. I won't panic. I won't you listen to shows hours just to win any you'll get listen to ours. That are really great vince. Fill in brazil and phil hendrie. Show dot com. And what won't finish. Phil emery. So phil emery. So dot com here. We have with us Jack armstrong on the line from cleveland. Ohio and jack has been doing some reporting for us. The cleveland indians are thinking of changing their name to to something. We're gonna find out from jack what the suggested names are. Would people have been saying how the city is feeling about. This is this is a rather important. You know it's an important milestone jack in the history. The city question about failed fact that they actually sports fans are feeling clearly. Feeling the changes in the air that the cleveland indians have decided that they're going to change the aim of the baseball team. And i know you're in the bathtub here tonight. If it's not a controversial for us i would be okay but yeah right i would like to just put put it out there right now for everybody that if in a bathtub and i don't know if there's any potential guests listening phil what guests. This is wasted wasted time. I would rather that. They're not If i'd have known that. I don't want to have anybody about top. I would not have been into top but i didn't know that it was going to be an issue and so it's okay. It's not about you anyway. Go ahead the reason i would be. Okay what am i supposed to do. Delegate no can't we can't you get them out of the tub. I asked if he go to pick but asked me. If i get out of the top and i said no i can. I had a very tough day. I needed to. I need possible for me to get up from the pump. And i'm sorry that You know sort of mrs with your your world right there but it's okay. It's just that we've had a lot of people when they run water in the tub. They make a lot of noises. What you guys are talking about. It's alright jet go ahead but anyway fill. Yeah the city of cleveland. This feeling that they're feeling the love. The cleveland indians. I think are feeling the love from the fans who are coming. What's with suggestions what it's difficult baseball team. That had the same for over one hundred years. This was a team that started out as the cleveland. Spiders in the american league when it was a minor league team. The cleveland spiders. The i guess. The ancestors or the forebears of the cleveland indian organization. I i don't know what you just said. What he's saying is turning into the cleveland. Indians cleveland spiders. I know it sounds to me like they. Maybe they should act all right so anyway. We don't know. I don't know but he there was a team called the cleveland. Spiders so right away you think is. Is that a good name. And i said i think that would be a good team. The cleveland spiders. Now i know there's a lot of people who end the fans are weighing in saying well hold on the fans are saying the cleveland they wanted to to be the cleveland wolves or or cleveland. Sharks the cleveland. The cleveland moves quickly. You're kidding right. No i mean. I don't know for sure but i mean what would imagine. You know that that they what are they saying. That's i going up tomorrow to get what they're gonna say but this this is what i think. They should call the team. But i imagine that the fans are going to want to call it. Something like the cleveland panthers the cleveland leopards and i just want to get him some ideas that i had cleveland spiders creatures. You know the cleveland creatures. Wait a minute check. so what do we do. We talk about your ideas ideas. For what the. Cleveland indians should be called. Only because you know the fans are not going to have good names. They're going to come up with that. They think they pick up the tigers. They're gonna wants to be the cleveland tigers. You know to the cleveland tigers. Because there's a detroit tigers teicher here we go with sigler is this is. This is why we sent you to cleveland. I felt but i told you once before. Don't know that much about sports. i'm trying to. I'm trying to pay jack. We know you wanna be a news. Newsman you're not going to be a newsman until we can cover the ground force in terms of sports. Yeah then this would need. We have right now. Not for newsman. I get it already. So what i thought i would try to do. I would try to you know. Put my own original mark on it and tell you what cleveland indians. All right so you think i'm going to be the cleveland. Spiders and the cleveland creatures. Cleveland creatures would be exciting. I think it would play the for the modern mindset of people you know what about the seattle crack and and they have these. The toronto raptors something from the movies something from the movies. What about the cleveland. Zombie cleveland packing the flesh. Not the flesh eater. that's stupid. The cleveland flesch's. You really don't know anything about people do tabs. i'm spending it in my head. Zombie is the cleveland. Zomba the cleveland zomba. You know what. I was trying to give you the ideas that i had this. All right when you get the fans take on this fans. Think man you think you don't even care about sports. I don't care about sports. I could care less about sports. I hate sports. But this is the only gig so you know. This is the only way. I could insert by myself sideways sideways right organization. It broadcasts organizations the way that i couldn't certainly broadcast talking sanctions. So if you don't like it i did. I did my best you doing your best man. If you're not doing the job that we asked you to do which is to go out and find out what the fans can. You didn't find out what the fans things you only telling us. What you think the fans will say the fans are gonna say. Let's call the team cleveland. The cleveland giants won't man. There's already a giants called the cleveland months. They're going to call them. The cleveland impera walker. And the cleveland imperial walkers. That'd be pretty today better than one. You you got zomba. Better than the zomba's what he said and i agree with him. Okay all right. You know. I i did the best. I could hit another time that you don't fill. Yeah why why would you hang up on me know. You're being a child and you're doing that on purpose and you just trying to get attention problem with you is your lousy and everything you do. So that's the kind of stuff you've got to let me tell you something if you guys would use the weight that i have at my strongest okay. I am an investigative journalist. I like to look up things. I like to get inside. You wanna get inside all bits. You do oh. God damn what's that supposed to be. I like to put it up there. I like to go through. Hershey highway is to say hello. Hello hey that's jack. thanks a lot. thanks jack jackie. They're man got ahead to the guy. I gotta hand what to the guy only real cute. We'll be right back. World-famous cylinder show this is jackson armstrong. Get a backstage past. 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Hendrie show dot com get a subscription for a month or a year but get it best value other porn. Welcome back. world-famous fill henry show here at the l. pacifico in southern california. That's the da. Dad once used bathing suit once used bathing suit. Anyway welcome back. Thank you very much. Dan all the groups that we feature here at our bumper music and beyond in the world. Famous phil emery show. We want to mention Again that are chats are on friday nights this coming friday night. Rbs chat will be from the ps and more page on facebook. As a matter of fact. I posted something on facebook today. Well you posted something relative to the up. The contretemps talked to david hall about exactly but also we are there periodically. Doing facebook lives. And i was at facebook jail for the last night. How long was on facebook. Jail fourth john facebook jail for three days. You are facebook jail for three days and you just got out of facebook jail for ninety days right. I had a thirty year right general. Just say three months. And i said i'd had a three month sentence for it's okay. I had been sentenced to three months in facebook jail. And i've told you the story about why. And i don't think a lot of people don't tell i had the story is and this is the reason i had posted a picture and i think this is in the summer. Yeah because it was like ninety days. I had posted a picture of the one hundred first airborne on omaha beach with a nazi flag. They had captured there. Was there's a group of about nine or ten men standing there holding this nazi flag and This went across the country the day after the picture was taken. It was a wire photo. That was very very popular and very famous. Well i was putting facebook jail for that because they said it was hate speech because it was a picture of a swastika so Facebook uses artificial intelligence in these algorithms. That just it's just not working there. facebook Your you know i was. I was celebrating. America and our brave men and women in world war two and well. It doesn't matter anymore because you know that kind of heroism that kind of america. Don't get on your high horse journal that i understand. Why don't we do this band. We're going to bring on the chris norton from norton explodes in redondo beach target. Chris a little bit here about the new film margaret. This rexrod eats a buck sludge. It's vulgar but it is nothing that that we don't expect obviously from a christ city productions crystal joining us now on the news baker line from donald beach in your studio. I think people should know chris before we get much further along that you are always playing this kinds of music in the studio is that right. Yeah agree what we do is a you know we play music. I like to have this. Music has been music so that we're ready to go. I've always told crew. You won't be ready to go at the mo- at the drop of a hat you wanna and so i walk through the studio myself in a tie speedo. I always keep some lotion. I mean how do you want me to be very graphic. I understand so this music keeps you aroused. music is. it's just we have a blue light the the entire studios with blue light. And i'm in very high speed. Does i also have on a vest. seeing that with no shirt and i sorta glide with my hands mid mid waist high going back and forth. So you're like you're always in a movie is in it right there. That's a. That's a perfectly ascriptin general description of what it is. We're doing at northwood. Chris your new movie then she wanted to talk about. It's called rexrod. Eats a box lunch. Tell us about it and please keep it clean up absolutely i just. I was hoping that you would let me come on and talk a little bit about it. Misery for very proud of it Restaurants pledge is rest rod is my alter ego. that's the characters. I play in my films and i go into diner In the northern desert los angeles. And i meet a very hot waitress in a coffee shop setting these. Were very very tight. She's very very tight skirt and she has very large breast. Who's the actress ever turn appearance of a busy sweater hook anthea and missy sweater who against get famous gray. I think you'd try to respect it. Respect and i don't get that sweater hogan's well no misery. Oh no it's not that simple. If if she was. I'm the one that gave her her stays day. Discover her at an auction hardware store working in fertilizer and soil and She was working in fertilizer and soils. That's right and i immediately realized that she was high. And i for obvious reasons. I said on you're going to be missing sweater. Who gasiya and she's like. Yeah you know and and put her trial put the took off her. Gloves wiped maneuver offerpad. That's right you put me gets a woman at better so should she was really bettering anyway. You know what she's making more money than chris. Nobody's with you. i understand so mris sweater. And who. And you're the star young the store and i work with with missy and we make a good team a good movie. I wish you would give it the respect. It deserves chris. Hey let me tell you something. I chris. I'm never going to give you the respect. You think you deserve because you are in the adult film business. And i i watch porn against you do. I've seen it. Yeah dane. anybody listen to me. That hasn't when are you watching fill ninety. None of your business is a lot of god. Damn so what do you like just going. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah like frankel on the you know. What if you want your movie promoted all right up. Hurry so what. I'm trying to say is yes. Sure i watch for everybody does. But here's the bottom line and all of that man. i'm not going to give you the benefit of thinking. It's some kind of art form because it's not. Oh you're saying it's not our forth no no it's not an art form known isn't okay i mean it is. It's just a bunch of movies strung together through you know. Is this the bunch. It's sex jackets. Just a bunch of sex acts filmed over and over and over again. I mean how. How many different ways can you do it i. We did a weightless fact. All right chris. You're the first guy to actually film a weightless sex act. And i suppose there's some things that you've done you know what i'm sorry about it up. Yeah there go. Norton just beat you in the argument about that. I be argument. Great good for you gotta center which girlfriend just call you. You just called me okay. So anyway your movie is called rexrod brought out lunch and it'll be three as we get the hot bucks three. Where is that hartberg three. Where that nor. Do we know you do a good phil hendrie impression. You make more money doing that. Then you make doing these. These crap can movies years. Oh wow i will never again complaining program and promote another restaurant bird in the restaurant trilogy. Good for you man. So it's going to be the hawks hot bucks three the what three restaurant isa boss lunch three weekend. You've got to call your girlfriend back. I apologize folks for something you you you do it to yourself. You put that clown on air you know. The guy phillies not really worthy of i. Don't chris norton has been a good guess down to the years. He's starting to lose. His he started loses bind is what's happening walking through the studio with a blue light speed man. The very this is what you went. You went man right. Famous phil hendrie show from the l. Pacifico in southern california governor philippian the bsp's and more page on friday night for the czech and this is a production of inc. All rights reserved on podcast. What executive producer. Phil hendrie this holiday season. You know what. I have on my wishlist Adventure that's why. I got a new honda during the happy honda day sales event. They have a whole lineup of rugged all-wheel drive suv's crv pilot passport. 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Episode #1924 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Episode #1924 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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The world famous fillon be show for today on our encore show for the twelfth of january. Twenty twenty one. We're gonna go back to two thousand twenty january twenty ninth. And i like doing this. I like kind of going back a year year before to see where where we as people. Where were we is a tribe. Where were we as bad haircuts. What was going on well this time last year you can. well imagine. we're getting ready little. Did we know we were getting ready to experience. One of the most devastating events in the history of our country this current pandemic that we're going through but back then. It was all about football into frivolity. Tom dovecote from his bathtub. Gives me advice on letting people tell tasteless topped off on his from his bathtub. Gives me advice on let people tell tasteless jokes after someone dies on facebook. Isn't that great. It's fun for them. Also david g hall joins us all right. Let's check this out ban from the twenty ninth of january last year twenty. Twenty-nine today's encore over today. The twelfth of january twenty twenty one the world famous fill ratio famous. Fill every meal pacifico in southern california this rubber leonard dickman some general caitlin shaw. I'm margaret drei. Here is phil hendrie. Thank you guys thank you. Well we came in with a power packed Look at that man and it's pretty pretty noisy So welcome telling us about that. We'll be just getting all that all that modulation coming off of that thing did we. What did we do. All of a sudden bumped up the master. Some looks like modulation coming in two zero. All right field. You have to do this. It bores the audience to tears. Nevermind let's talk technical stuff to the program folks though i do want to just do one little thing timers at it not to see how long each of the shows goes. Don't disturb me because i'm a meeting disturb. You hear this boom forty. He just gave it away. Folks forty minutes as the time limit phil puts on all of the podcast. No it is not. That's where we are right now. That's not the whole. What are you gonna. You know missing things up general. I'm messing up. I think it's very fair for the auto the format. You know exactly what we're what we're going for. They don't have to know the time and they don't a lot of stuff they don't need to know speaking of don't need to do need to know. So what are we going to get. What is that guy want. Oh phil that's david hall. Wanted me to talk to him. I said do it. Is david on the line to yeah online will. He's i mean tom. Dot tucker is or online to attack on line two and a david in david. We mean the david david zone lane for but Let me talk to david. Hey so you want me talking to. I asked if you would speak to mr dopp kit. Because i know you don't want to talk to consultants like yet. Look you got a lot of respect for me. Don't you absolutely all right. And i'm a consultant right. Yeah but i like talking to you. And i'm like talking to fifteen million other guys. Fifteen million what is it with you and fifty million other guys one guy and because he comes from chicago and he's a big fat oaf i don't happen to prejudice because he's a big fan of no. I'm not well you don't want to talk to the guy because he's you know he's official. You'd like to talk to me. Because i don't know why you like talking to me because you're smart okay. Dovecote ain't but nonetheless you want me to talk about what we'll talk about what it is. I don't know somebody said he wants to talk about minimum david phil tuck the dove about something. You don't even know what it is. What happened there on the say that again. What again with general you. What phil to tuck to dove about something that you don't even know what it is. He in other words. You want me to talk to tom. Dot com about something the subject of which you know. I did a little better. But i still. Don't you want to talk to tom. Dot org argue voices. When do you all right david. Thanks a lot. David david holidays and gentlemen got coming up here on line on to tell him align because mr henry always wanted to tell me what line is going to be on all right fine all right. Where online to tom. Gough joins us here on the phil. Injury show from high. Tom is phil. Are you in the bathtub right now. I i am bet. I know that you don't like it but It's been a very difficult day and i had to. It's a very difficult day but in three cities i was in detroit that came back to chicago. You had a chance going. Change your pants and i was back to detroit but i had to turn turn around comeback chicago and i had to change my underwear again because it's just a long Pity changing your underwear so much for you. This is the kind of thing feel. it's a good question. Don't you think why don't understand. Why is that a good question volunteering at me to your underwear. What because it's a very tough day. I had all right and i- perspiring and set a tough day so i understand tom. I don't mean to press you. Well i'm in the bathtub right night. A very tough day perspire. Ah perspire a lot a lot. Don i think i think i'm dehydrated alias. My wife karen hey can't bottle wa wa i. I'm dehydrated today when i'm traveling so much going between radio stations Going between i was at the mid. And i don't wanna slip at fault here. -cation that In chicago then. I had to go to detroit To talk to benny hill out there. How's he doing still great. Would you please give him my best. Well yeah He's doing fine. It'll be funny the fm thing and he's oh god almighty oh right Philly the reason why i would if i talked to you not forgive me. Feel i don't mean to. I don't want. I don't want to try to tell you what you do. You know but notice. She spent an awful lot tyler. Facebook right an awful lot of time on facebook. I spent a lot of time on social media you. I know you do a lot on twitter but a lot of that political. I don't know what that is still spends a lot of time on social media and that area is asking mr henry unless you want her to speak for you know i mean. I do. Spend a lot of time social media. I do have some political points of view that I don't want to talk to you about that. I mean you're going to do what you gonna do. I told you that the politics is bad. I understand that. And i am getting that but there has to be. I need to vent that and do it on my on my verified twitter account pay. Why don't you do it on an unverified account. Why don't you pretend like. Why don't you give yourself ill. Henry unverified account. That's account is phil. Henry shows that verified. You are verified. Oh jeez what's wrong with that. yeah mysterious. He's got verification cares basically. What he's saying is until verified by show. Who cares but me. I a that's how it came down if i if i were to change it now. I think we'd confused a lot of people. I agree with you to be honest with you. what are you talking about. I think are verified. Account should be show account but it worked out that the verified account is just be running my yep about politics. i don't quite know how to change it. There's a lot of things you can do. You didn't shafted over shift the feature but you're on facebook a lot and i. It's a bad you don't kind of bad for it. 'cause you're getting into arguments with people gotta stick over there and i don't get in arguments with anybody over there when i saw some about My favorite martian. It was some guy talking about. Some people had made some jokes about kobe. Bryant right here there was a hold on hold after spent and you were given people a high people want to offend you know and they wanna make fun and have fun and do the comedy see. And that's with a hold on from it. I feel like i'm just trying to get some. I gotta tell you something. Tom i gotta tell you something. I've hung up on people for doing that. Would you please don't do that. He fill hangs up on people. Wait a minute. Wait a minute hold on david's on the line. Yeah okay yeah. I only wear a jockstrap. It didn't give me the phone and knock it off yet. David to going on there nothing hold on for a home now and all kinds of stuff is gonna is Davis yet trying to tell you is the following right you know and tops giving his time when you're giving him a hard time about his You know he's enjoying himself in the bathtub. Hold on would you take your kids daddy. you're you're. he's enjoying himself in the bathtub. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. He's relaxing right time. You're feeling you know you gotta feeling it right. The relaxation bills upset you. I'm not upsetting anybody. All right i'm trying to make it so that we don't have these pornographic explanations of pleasure. I'm here at the mall right now. When i'm trying to say is his lead. Tom enjoy himself dispatch. Come even if it sounds like tom because the way you can enjoy myself. It but but please stand putting more water in there. What are you doing like a little bit more consistent. Yeah i but he wants to talk to you about facebook because you over there arguing with some guy about kobe bryant and this puts you know very important. You don't wanna twenty audience. So i'm trying to tell that but david i'll let you go so that i can talk to tom. I appreciate very much your point of view. Thank you okay. So tom what david david i know he wants to go. Yeah i will probably mars by favorite planning to give me that. Phone david He's as christ give bright there. You sound like it right coming glued to so what's the story you're telling people don't yeah. Some people made some jokes about kobe. Bryant and i and. I just thought david i said i don't understand phil not align people to make the joke. 'cause nobody's gonna make jokes about kobe. Bryant dying on my facebook page okay frightened fill you wanna come on like some nazi but people. Don't you understand facebook. people have a lot of fun. they share memes fill. Yes i know. All about memes bobby. Being a very important i know all about means i know what people do. I don't like people making jokes about kobe. Bryant what the guy told you about on new year's day one ray walston died the my favorite martian. You remember him right. Yes i do all right on your show and you will making fun of him. Laugh at and you said the re. What did you say. First of all. I was in character as bell. We were talking about ray. Walston had been called home to mars that was the joke and you make references to his effeminate. Then we'll do we were doing and also the character of art bell okay. How come you won't let people make a couple of laughs. Koby bryant died with this is not going. I'm going to hang the phone up here. You ain't david david listen. This is the way. I can't get through to this guy. I never asked for your help your help time. I don't want your help. i don't need your help. You know what i said. You need my help. I'm doing a favor. You're not doing him any favors any any favors. As long as you're talking to me. All right oh well okay. If that doesn't beat all should have been a little bit kinder right tom. i'm sorry. That's okay tom. i'm sorry okay. No that's all right. Are you willing to that. Makes four guys straight this week. Crying like his that's gonna be I'm a p b i b. I you can't smell bitch let me talk. I know what it is right now. But you can't spell it. I see a kidney some okay you know. H that's what i said. No you did not. you said. Look when you're arguing with people you you gotta allow people to have the last. I have a couple giggles. I agree with phil. You're not going to get giggles out of this. Kobe bryant situation and may. I remind you. Tom gave up on me. I'm not gonna ring. May i remind you then. A girl a couple of binders. At least two. There may be more. I forget died in that crash right phil i'm not looking. I'm just saying when you bust the donald that guy. I told these people and i'd had complaints. Somebody else. said he had said to me. Fill a this is not cool. I don't think people give their and looked at it. He was right. I don't like that stuff on the page on certain days. Still post stuff like that you things that the audience off to a guy like you you could way more susceptible is if you would let people have their comedy bits. You know and you could. You know what you're gonna do say and now it's time for the filling show anti comedy of the day from one a facebook people within about that. That's a crap can idea. Oh i see 'cause there's no way you're going to be funny. No people wanna be funny. They can be funny. Okay the the what. Is it again. Not about the facebook comedy bit of the day. It's the phil henry. Facebook comedy comedy. Where's that we're so Yeah tot gam man. Jesus knocking everything over. Sorry about that that just about made me wanna puke my guts up. I turn what he's talking about. I think we address this during the pre show. If i if we didn't forgive me but you know folks. This is a sad time surrounding that. The the the the los angeles lakers the story that broke over the weekend. The death of kobe bryant his daughter and seven other people. And i'm not going to abide comedy routines now. If you want to tell me that we've made fun of people dying in the past you right and i know how we do. We do it through character. Phil don't start explaining the show. You're getting into simitis up it is. It's getting professorial and suffer sophomoric fill. It's not sophomoric at a good word though. I like sarah professorial. I don't care if it sounds profit. I'm just saying when we do that. We do in character. There's a specific comedic effect. We're trying to achieve. Let's talk about ray. Walston walston passed on on january the first two thousand and one just as daca said and ray walston and we were in character is art bell talking about it and as bell talking about it you know how we interpret arts character in a very strange way. He said that ray walston have been called home because of whatever he been called home to mars all right even co down seventy said. You made some reference about him being engaged. I don't recall that we'll have to listen to the bit. Ray walston was married longtime to a lady. i don't know it might have been his mannerisms on my favorite martian always talking about tim. And mrs mrs brown old pamela britton. Yeah panel britain. We've been referencing so often. She was d- away. Now i'll tell you that on my mrs brown. What's show my favorite martian. Oh yeah she had one hell of the general when they put her in a tight skirt. Well you know. She had a very great great comic timing that show and because she was playing a dramatic partner in any event. That's that's at. so thanks. very much died. Phil harry show. Now wait a minute. Man know squeak out phil. We got to let people know again. That coming on the tuesday the fourth of february. We'll be our barroom showdown number one between chef cultured elia and vernon dosier go to facebook dot com forward slash phil hendrie ph s. And tell us who you think will win that fight and give us your reason. Now we will take all of the people who are who correctly predict the fight and we'll put him into kind of a into sort of hopper like they turn the wheel at and around. It goes not really. But i'm going to attack something like that and we'll draw a winner and win prizes. People will draw more than one winner. Who knows you haven't thought this through the yes. I have man let going to say that too. Yes i have really well. Yeah okay any other business. We have to wrap up all still going to be on. Say that again. Got start talking english sometime. You know that would be a real pleasant changing face. I said david hall still wants to be on the hill. Is this all the program may not the vice president. David and i want to consult with glittery pretty much but yeah what was that but to play the newspaper before i run a profit i do. It's distracting and it's sounds ridiculous ridiculous it's ridiculous so you get to have music and i'm the host of the show so i just want you to know something ok. Trump dot com was a personal favor and he wanted to tell you about how to do stuff good. You didn't wanna listen to it. You know i think you guys were went out and had a few pops. And now i'm going to be the recipient of all your horse shit. Wow yeah that's right. What language david g. I still famous field. Him to show is executive produced by phil hendrie for pre inc. All rights reserved on podcast. One love it man. Love guys we will see again tomorrow. And forget of course bar fight short five showdown you're gonna get barham. Showdown bar fight fight. Showdown tuesday the fourth set forth. Show is going to us good. I hope he does. I look man. I would love that.

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