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"dick kensi" Discussed on WSB-AM

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05:31 min | Last week

"dick kensi" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Mellish. Tracking more weather changes. Find my forecast any time on the WSB radio AB So is interesting. This apparently There's Andrew Cuomo have photos. That can end the careers of lots of people in news media because Is it explosive report? First of all this guy's already getting undercovered on CNN and Emma's sure Fox is going after him, But you expect that, But these are real stories. The FBI Allegedly or there are reports that the FBI is looking into whether you know how responsible his administration was for. You know some thousands of nursing home deaths in the march of last year. When he forced nursing homes to take covert patients from hospitals to free up hospital beds that was very slightly reported. And now somebody who used to work for him. Female young lady is making some pretty heavy duty sexual harassment allegations. And So apparently this surprises even me. None of the major networks ABC, CBS, NBC. Mentioned it. In their news. Did not mention it. CNN very little to none. Again like Fox News that they expect them to go at MSNBC. Look, none. This is not a North comment to God it is getting so absurd and ridiculous. When you look at Brett Kavanaugh I mean, he just had to be stopped. What the kind of coverage And I'm not gonna You know I'm not one of these people, but let's look at the situation there. The person who was alleging what happened? Could not tell us the year. Were the home where it happened. If you read that this lady basically was it medium? I think she she, she wrote an article. And Places times. Suits. Where her office was exactly what happened. Talked to my mom about it before Mom gave me advice. And basically zero coverage. What is it? Can I ask reporters? What the hell isn't about Andrew Cuomo that you would love so much? Is that the way it takes 10 minutes for him to tell you something that should take one. You know, I was thinking seen I'm not gonna get it could all wrapped up in this, But this is something that I said a couple weeks ago, and this is the other side of it. The problem with the national preening press. Is that they don't report stories like on Cove in 19. They hand you Dick, Kensi and good guys and bad guys. And Andrew Cuomo. Was designated Good guy. The good guys. He was and they don't know what to do. Because you know, and Trump was, you know, Big orange, Bad monster, bad guy. And that all worked out for them and their narrative on January 6th, so that's the easy one for them. But the tough thing is when you've sold somebody as a zipper Seuin, who cares? Humanity's smart follows the science doing it right. He's the good guy. That's why there's little to no coverage of the reports that the FBI is investigating. You know, it appears that they lied to the Department of Justice hit their numbers. We get breathless stories. If we think somebody thinks that somebody said that maybe the Florida governor did the same thing, and then we found out it well, not so much. We had all the coverage. The governor of Florida. There are no reports that the FBI is looking into their management. And they're reporting of cases. But there are reports that the Federal Bureau of Investigations are investigating the governor of New York and his administration. Over the numbers that they were reporting last year to the Department of Justice and to the press. But he was already labeled a good guy. What do we do? Let's just Just lay low, but it passed. Then on top of that, he's already the good guy we don't want to do. And now you get a real Professional female respected in what she does. He says. Look, I just gotta let people know about this and apparently she tweeted about it in December and that was ignored. She didn't have details yesterday. She published her own block. I think she has a block on business, or, you know, kind of medium medium. No, but I mean on medium. It's not like she joined just to put this up there. I think she has. She's known for blogging about business and how to get ahead in that sort of thing. So she's respected. And I read it yesterday and well, this is pretty This is a pretty legitimate claim. No.

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"dick kensi" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:10 min | Last month

"dick kensi" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"In just a moment. We have all of the latest on Mork Capital Rioters. From North Texas two or three more today that are arrested, and some of them are pretty, really, actually really bad for what we're finding out, but not just step. We also have an update on my favorite real tour. The criminal. My favorite criminal retour. Obviously, Tuchman is my favorite realtor, and we're in the middle of buying and selling with him right now. I just sent over. I signed all the Digital documents to put an offer on a house with my Realtor through touch, right, David Goss, But my favorite criminal realtor is Jenna Ryan from Frisco, who was in the riot. And this is I want to sell your half her. Will breaking fight for our country. I want to sell your house now I want to say your house now. So we've got an update on her, too. It is Rick Classic and fun. I will tell you that, especially for a Friday night. She is our She is a nut job. She's our little nut jobs and she special Come out over here. She was here right now. Come on. We have a seat here. All coming area, little nutjob all you little nut ball. Know where the Washington Post So that's up next? The Washington Post. A Zay mentioned scrubbed their unflattering Kamala Harris story from their website, and it's all been caught. And now every says, Well, what one of those stories have you have you erased or change? They literally deleted out the paragraph that may come out of bed. And so democracy dies and darkness is their their slogan, and they are literally dying, killing democracy in darkness with their own paper. Now, that's amazing basis. Way to go. Hazel's, of course, set on the corner virus help Saturday, his hands for helping out as we were all dying across the country with corner bars until Joe Biden began his term. Then they reached out and said, We want to help you. We have a great infrastructure. Let's help you. And then, of course, when asked, they said, Oh ah Ah ah! Right anyway, So here we go. Here's the original Washington Post story that they disappeared until they get caught. So it was the fourth of July. Again. This is Kamala Harris, running for president when the left had no problem and made a point to Make her look bad because she is bad. They didn't want to be the nominee because she wouldn't win. They know they knew it. We all know it. It was the fourth of July Independence Day and cut Kamala Harris was explaining to her sister Maya, that campaigns are like prisons. I'm gonna jump three or four paragraphs. Kamala said. It's a treat that a prisoner gets when they asked for a morsel of food, please, she said, showing your hands forward as if clutching a metal plate. Her voice now trembling like an old British man locked in a Dickinson. Dick Kensi in jail, cell and water. I just want what you stand to really out the effing window. And then Kamala burst in the laughter. I guess she's thinking about all those black men she threw in jails look like a tough prosecutor, even though that what the witnesses were bad the cases were weakened our own D A People told The New York Times that she was throwing people in jail black people because you look good and tough on crime shouldn't care about their lives. It was, he laughs at them. Now they're in prison, and she goes on and says in the Washington Post story, she said. It should go without saying that Choosing to run for the most powerful political office in the world is absolutely nothing like being behind bars and getting to squeeze in the morning Soulcycle session. All right, this is what the This is what the guy who discovered this the guy with reason magazine, he discovered that he discovered that the post deleted this, He said it should go without saying that choosing to run for the most powerful political office in the world. Absolutely nothing like being behind bars. And getting to squeeze in a morning Soulcycle session before sitting down for an interview with the National newspaper is not remotely..

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"dick kensi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:17 min | 2 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's from his new collection of his all time best essays from over the last 30 years, aptly called the Best of Me or the best of Me. Hey, David. Welcome back to W N. Y C and walking into our holiday party. I'm Brian. That's so great. You're gonna have Santa on the radio tomorrow. That's a fantastic idea. The real Santa. Of course he's you know, he's older, though. I understand. I thought he was gonna have to be in quarantine. But he may be an essential worker who's getting one of those first vaccines. Mm. I think, Yeah. I think you should go right to the front of the line. Yeah, You've written a lot about Christmas yourself. Over the years. You have a famous story on this American life that a lot of listeners now about. Dressing up as a Santa elf. So what has made Christmas so fun to write about for you? Oh, I think it's because everybody goes through it. You know, it doesn't matter if you you know, even if you're of a different face, I mean, you still have to Endure Christmas, right? I mean, I say Endure. I love Christmas. Nobody loves it more. But You know, like, if you don't like Christmas, or if you don't celebrate Christmas, it's still there. You know, everything stops. You hear Christmas music. Everywhere you go, so you still have to deal with it. So it's just one of those. You know, not everybody has to deal with a nap and ectomy say or not. Anybody has to deal with getting married, But everybody has to deal with Christmas and I think that's what makes it That's what makes it fun to write about that zah good way to look at it. By the way, I want to give a quick shout out to the woman who called up And sang her 32nd holiday card. Maybe made me blush as part of it was to me as well as to all the listeners Way had her As caller Emily, But our crack research team who can figure out anything figured out that that was Emily Walton. Who was in the Broadway show Come from, far away come from come from away. Before Broadway shutdown, she said her show come her show shut down in March, And so we figured out that that was Emily Walton from come from away. So, Emily. Thank you again. That was really beautiful. Now everybody knows who that good singer and piano player on. I guess songwriter was and I hope you get back on stage Really quick. You've got a whole bunch of new fans out there, okay? Many David CDO's fans listening in right now and David, I gather you brought destroy. From your new collection called Front Row Center with Fatty. Yes, Bristol. You want to set it up? We're just dive in. Yeah, I'm sure I was 1995. I was under contract to write. Uh, you know a number of Christmas stories for a book that I had coming out. And, uh, And then I was in France. I remember we had a bunch of New York magazine there, and I read a John Simon column. And who was a theater critic for New York magazine for years and years, and not long ago, I was listening to an interview with Lili Taylor and she was saying when she first moved to New York. She did a play. Got a horrible review from John Simon, and then it was called being Simon ized. And I was Simon eyes on several occasions. He was just so mean, and he hated everything. And so I just wondered what it would be like if he review Children's theater specifically. Holiday pageants that would take place in schools. There's the Christmas Hook, so I wrote this Front row center with Fatty Is Bristol trite Christmas, Scott feels young hands off for the blandest of holiday fare. The approach of Christmas signifies three things. Bad movies, unforgivable television and even worse theater. I'm talking bone crushing theater, the type our ancient ancestors used to oppress their enemies Before the invention of the stretching rack. We're talking torture on par with the Scots Field dinner theaters. 1994 Revival of Come Blow your horn. Production that violated every tenant of the human rights accord. For those of you who enjoy the comfort of a nice set of thumbscrews Allow me to recommend either of the crucifying holiday place and pageants currently eliciting screams of mercy from within the confines of our local elementary and middle schools. I will no doubt be taken to task for criticizing the work of Children. It is any path always just will agree. If there's a cancer, it's best to treated as soon as possible. If you happen to stand over 4 ft, tall, the agony awaiting you at Sacred Heart Elementary began the moment you took your seat. These were mean little chairs corralled into a theater, haunted by the lingering stench of industrial strength was on you. My question is not why they chose to stage the production in a poorly disguised cafeteria. But why they chose to stage it at all. The story of the first Christmas is an overrated clunker of a holiday pageant. Best left to those looking to cure their chronic insomnia. Although the program listed no director, the apathetic staging suggested the limp, partially paralyzed hand of sister Mary Elizabeth Bronson. Should have been excommunicated after last season's disastrous Thanksgiving program. Here again. The first to third graders graced the stage with an enthusiasm most Children reserved for a smallpox vaccination. One could hardly blame them. Their lack of vitality as a stingy, uninspired scrip consists not of springing dialogue, but rather of a dead ning Syriza of pronouncements. Married to Joseph. I am tired. Joseph to Mary. We will rest here for the night. There's no fire. No given Take The audience soon grows weary of this passionless relationship. In the role of Mary, six year old Shannon Burke just barely manages to pass herself off as a virgin. Employing preening stage presence. Her performance seemed based on nothing but an annoying proclivity toward raising her skirt and on rare occasion. Opening her eyes. Joseph, second grade student Douglas trees there needed to be reminded that though his care did not technically impregnate the Virgin mother You should behave as though he were capable of doing so. Thrown into the mix were a handful of inattentive shepherds in a trio of gift bearing seven year olds who could probably give the three Stooges a run for their money. As for the lighting, sacred heart enter elementary chose to rely on nothing more than the flashbulbs ignited by the obnoxious stage mothers and fathers. Who had created those zombies staggering back and forth across the linoleum floor Dining hall. Under certain circumstances, parental pride is understandable. It has no place in the theater, where it tends to encourage a child to believe in a talent that more often than not simply fails to exist. In order for a pageant to work. It needs to appeal to everyone, regardless of their relationship to the actors on stage. This production found me on the side of the yawning cafeteria workers pointing to an oversized crate that served as a manger. One particularly insufficient, Wiseman proclaimed. Ah, Child is bored. Yes, well, So was this adult. Once again the status that this James know Hernandez Middle school have taken up there, burning pokers in an attempt to prod a Christmas Carol into some form of submission. My motive overlooked the shoddy production values and dry, leaden pacing. But these air sixth graders were talking about and they should have known better. There's really no point in adapting this dick, Kensi and stinker unless you're capable of looking beyond the novel's dime, store morality and getting to what little theatrical meet the story has to offer. The point is to eviscerates the gooey center. But here it's served up as the entree and a foul Putting it is most of the blame goes to the director, 11 year old Becky Michaels. Who seems to have picked up her staging secrets from the school's crossing guard. She gets to clump her actors moving them on Lee in groups of five or more. A strong proponent of trendy, racially mixed casting. Michael's gives us a black, tiny Tim leaving the audience to wonder..

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"dick kensi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You a 13. Total issues. So you get an extra month for free on If you go toe rush Limbaugh dot com You'll see the button, therefore the limbo or letter that's also the place you go by the way to send a message to rush. If you just look above the banner that, says the Russian emo show on the horizontal menu By the very top of the page, you'll see a tab saying, share your stories. And if you click on that you can send a message to rush and you can also upload and amusing cartoon or a Jif or whatever it is. But the December sure the limbo that it's a great Christmas issue, so it shows rush in Dick Kensi and garb with an old oil lamp. Fabulous Skaff, greater full length coach on a Christmas tree behind him, and it is full of great reading material. The limbo letter That makes a good Christmas present. Pay any attention to ankle Americal, she says. Cut it out on the Christmas gifts That's just cancel. Christmas See was raised in East Germany and the Comey's cancel Christmas anyway. So just because she's got that communism beating, still in the core, there's no reason for the rest of us to get it. Give subscription if you can go and Do little gift shopping hither and yon, go to rush Limbaugh dot com and give a pal the.

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"dick kensi" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Radio 1055. We are see Marc Stein. Hey, It's so wonderful to be here. You know what this is? It's a treatment week for rush. One way you can ameliorate the effects of that. Is to become a subscriber. To the limbo letter on. It's a terrific, terrific read. It's inspirational on the cover. Is rush in Dick Kensi and costume. He could have used the hat. I think I would have liked to have seen like to seen the topper on him. And he's saying he's holding up a lantern. I in front of a snow laden Christmas tree. Beautiful looks much better than that thing in Rockefeller Center, and it says on the front cover, Keep the faith. It's an inspiring issue. And as you know, with the limbo letter, it features rush in his own words on critical issues of importance. And then my favorite bit of it is those sort of minor little quirky weirdo stories that are actually importance of the day after tomorrow, and if you order today, you'll get a free copy. Off the classic speech by Russia's dad Stand up for America as founded the signers secrets that can save us today Stand up for America has founded the signers secrets that can save us today. If this new form off unprecedented form off so called election Eyes made to stick by the Democrats than America, as founded is done. So this speech is Mork relevant than ever. It makes a terrific Christmas gift. And it's available in print and digital.

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"dick kensi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"After Russia on W. M. A. L know once again back to Russia's week in review with guest host Marc Stein. Hey, it's so wonderful to be here. You know what this is? It's a treatment week rush. One way you can ameliorate the effects of that. Is to become a subscriber. Theo the limbo letter on it's a terrific, terrific read. It's inspirational on the cover. There's rush in Dick Kensi and costume. He could have used the hat. I think I would elect a scene. Like to see in the top around him. And hey, say he's holding up a lantern. Ah, ah ah ah, in front of a snow, A laden Christmas tree Beautiful looks much better than that thing in Rockefeller Center, And it says on the front cover, Keep the faith. It's an inspiring issue. And as you know, with the limbo letter, it features rush in his own words on critical issues of importance. And then my favorite bit of it is those Hilda minor little quirky weirdos stories that are actually importance of the day after tomorrow, and if you order today You'll get a free copy. Off the classic speech by Russia's dad Stand up for America as founded the signers secrets that can save us today stand up for America as founded the signers secrets. That can save us today if this new form off unprecedented form off, so called the election eyes made to stick by the Democrats, then America as founded is.

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"dick kensi" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Week for rush. One way you can ameliorate the effects of that. Is to become a subscriber. To the limbo letter on. It's a terrific, terrific read. It's inspirational on the cover. There's rush in Dick, Kensi and costume. It could have used the hat. I think I would elect a scene like to see in the top her on him. And hey say, is holding up a lantern, uh, in front of a snow, A laden Christmas tree. Beautiful looks much better than that thing in Rockefeller Center, and it says On the front cover. Keep the faith. It's an inspiring issue. And as you know, with the limbo letter, it features rush in his own words on critical issues of importance. And then my favorite bit of it is those sort of minor little quirky weirdo stories that are actually importance of the day after tomorrow, and if you order today, you'll get a free copy. Off the classic speech by Russia's dad Stand up for America as founded the signers secrets that can save us today Stand up for America has founded the signers secrets that can save us today. If this New form off unprecedented form off so called election. Eyes made to stick by the Democrats than America, as founded is done. So this speech is Mork relevant than ever. It makes a terrific Christmas gift. And it's available in print and digital.

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"dick kensi" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Once again back to Russia's week in review with guest host Marc Stein. Hey, it's so wonderful to be here. You know what this is? It's a treatment week for rush. One way you can ameliorate the effects of that. Is to become a subscriber. To the limbo letter on. It's a terrific, terrific read. It's inspirational on the cover. There's rush in Dick Kensi and costume. He could have used the hat. I think I would elect a scene like to seen the topper on him. And hey, say he's holding up a lantern, uh, in front of a snow, A laden Christmas tree. Beautiful looks much better than that thing in Rockefeller Center, and it says On the front cover. Keep the faith. It's an inspiring issue. And as you know, with the limbo letter, it features rush in his own words on critical issues of importance. And then my favorite bit of it is those sort of minor little quirky weirdo stories that are actually importance of the day after tomorrow, and if you order today You'll get a free copy. Off the classic speech by Russia's dad Stand up for America as founded the signers secrets that can save us today Stand up for America has founded the signers secrets that can save us today. If this new form off unprecedented form off so called election Eyes made to stick by the Democrats than America, as founded is done. So this speech is Mork relevant than ever. It makes a terrific Christmas gift. And it's available in print and digital.

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"dick kensi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:27 min | 3 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Audie Cornish, and I'm Ari Shapiro, the German composer. Neil's from is one of the stars in a new wave of what has been described as neoclassical, defying genres to blend Elektronik and classical music and take traditional instruments like Grand Piano's out of concert halls and into clubs and in the theaters. From is the subject of a new concert film called Tripping with Meals from the Law, Qureshi reports. It has just debuted online, along with a soundtrack album. On a Berlin stage, a small figure in a T shirt and flat cap bounces between pianos and towering analog synthesizers. He's flipping switches, turning knobs and massaging keyboards as audiences sway in rapture music critic Windham Wallace was in that room, but her picture nails he's like a dick, Kensi and hipster. There's something's of strangely depends in with that hat, and he you know, where's these trousers? They say, already seemed to go down to at his ankles. But he's leaping around the stage, working up a sweat and then suddenly stopping to perform some beautiful, intricate, intimate piece of music. And then the next thing you know he's turning knobs and turning the track into some kind of double techno piece. There's from trained as a classical pianist, But he says he always saw the instrument as a machine to be tweaked, expanded and defied the piano can do certain things very well. And other things that can't do very well. And after a while, when you play piano for a long time, you want it to be more than maybe is so This is where the fight starts. So from started incorporating synthesizers, many of which he designed himself. He took them on the road with his pianos to trigger an analog experience. E. C. All these keyboards, maybe 11 keyboards, but I don't want to hear technology in the music. And so I think I'm struggling or fighting with the technology and sometimes against it, and sometimes wizard to make my message comes through. Part of his message is also visual. My father's of photographer and films big inspiration, I think, and so personally, I focus on making music, which creates maybe images, which are different for Everyone critic Windham, Wallace says Fromm's music speaks to everyone. The fascinating thing about him is that he's somebody that I could take a friend who Would if she could spend every weekend dancing to techno music, and she loves it. And I could take my 75 year old mother, as I have done to see kneels before me, and she loves it as well. Ah, fellow traveler in this sound world is Icelandic composer Olafur Arnold's. He's close friends with from and they're often mentioned.

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"dick kensi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:19 min | 3 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on KCRW

"All right. Fire 4! 49 KCRW. Thanks for joining us for all things considered on this Friday afternoon. Still ahead this hour on all things considered with the help of Member of the Fraternal Order of Real Bearded Santas. Santa Claus really sent a clause himself is going to drop in to NPR to talk about measures he's planning to take this year to deliver. President's safely next hour, even though the majority of Muslims in the U. S voted for Joe Biden. Exit polls also show a surprising bump in support for Donald Trump amongst the same group. Even though many in that group view Trump has anti Muslim, so we'll talk about that on the program as well. Let's talk about your road starting in Sherman Oaks North bound. Wanna wanted Haskell Avenue got a stall in the right lane that's got to slow all the way back from Cold Water Canyon. In Torrance south down four or five of Western Avenue, got a crash in the carpool lane there, traffic stop and go coming away from Hawthorne Boulevard. From NPR news. It's all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish, and I'm Ari Shapiro, the German composer. Neil's from is one of the stars in a new wave of what has been described as neoclassical, defying genres to blend Elektronik and classical music and take traditional instruments like Grand Piano's out of concert halls and into clubs and in the theaters. From is the subject of a new concert film called Tripping with Meals from the Law, Qureshi reports. It has just debuted online, along with a soundtrack album. On a Berlin stage, a small figure in a T shirt and flat cap bounces between pianos and towering analog synthesizers. He's flipping switches, turning knobs and massaging keyboards as audiences sway in rapture music critic Windham Wallace was in that room, but her picture Neil's, he's like a dick, Kensi and hipster. There's something's of strangely dick ends in with that hat, and he you know, where's these trousers? They say, already seemed to go down to at his ankles. But he's leaping around the stage, working up a sweat and then suddenly stopping to perform some beautiful, intricate, intimate piece of music. And then the next thing you know he's turning knobs and turning the track into some kind of double techno piece. News from trained as a classical pianist, But he says he always saw the instrument as a machine to be tweaked, expanded and defied the piano can do certain things very well. And other things that can't very well and after a while, when you play piano for a long time, you want it to be more than maybe is so This is where the fight starts. So from started incorporating synthesizers, many of which he designed himself. He took them on the road with his pianos to trigger an analog experience. I see all these keyboards, maybe 11 keyboards, but I don't want to hear technology in the music. And so I think I'm struggling or fighting with the technology and sometimes against it, and sometimes Wizard to make my message comes through. Part of his message is also visual. My father's of photographer and films big inspiration, I think, and so personally, I focus on making use Which creates maybe images, which are different for everyone. Critic Windham, Wallace says from's music speaks to everyone. The fascinating thing about him is that he's somebody that I can take a friend who Would if she could spend every weekend dancing to techno music, and she loves it. And I could take my 75 year old mother as I have done to see Neil's perform, and she loves it as well. Ah, fellow traveler in this sound world is Icelandic composer Ola for Arnold's. He's close friends with from and they're often.

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"dick kensi" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A treatment week for rush. One way you can ameliorate the effects of that. Is to become a subscriber. To the limbo letter on. It's a terrific, terrific read. It's inspirational on the cover. There's rush in Dick, Kensi and costume. He could have used the hat. I think I would Electra scene like to seen a topper on him. And hey say, is holding up a lantern, uh, in front of a snow, A laden Christmas tree. Beautiful looks much better than that thing in Rockefeller Center, and it says On the front cover. Keep the faith. It's an inspiring issue. And as you know, with the limbo letter, it features rush in his own words on critical issues of importance. And then my favorite bit of it is those sort of minor little quirky widows stories that are actually importance of the day after tomorrow, and if you order today, you'll get a free copy. Off the classic speech by Russia's dad Stand up for America as founded the signers secrets that can save us today Stand up for America has founded the signers secrets that can save us today. If this new form off unprecedented form off so called election Eyes made to stick by the Democrats, then America as founded is done. So this speech is Mork relevant than ever. It makes a terrific Christmas gift. And it's available in print and digital editions..

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"dick kensi" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Rep. Kelly Towns and talks about what she and other lawmakers have to do to keep the president in the White House and calls out Doug Ducey for certifying the election. And it was my page canister. Calm way. No return to Marc Stein here on the rush. Pinball program. Hey, it's so wonderful to be here. You know what this is? It's a treatment week for rush. One way you can ameliorate the effects of that is to become a subscriber. To the limbo letter on. It's a terrific, terrific read. It's inspirational on the cover. Is rush in Dick Kensi and costume. He could have used the hat. I think I would've liked to seen like to seen a topper on him. And hey, say he's holding up Atlantan, uh, in front of a snow, A laden Christmas tree. Beautiful looks much better than that thing in Rockefeller Center, and it says On the front cover. Keep the faith. It's an inspiring issue. And as you know, with the limbo letter, it features rush in his own words on critical issues of importance. And then my favorite bit of it is those sort of minor little quirky widows stories that are actually importance of the day after tomorrow, and if you order today You'll get a free copy. Off the classic speech by Russia's dad Stand up for America as founded the signers secrets that can save us today stand up for America has founded the signers secrets. That can save us today if this new form off unprecedented form off so called election. Eyes made to stick by the Democrats, then America as founded is.

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"dick kensi" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on WBAI

"Being a kind of origin story for both Peter Pan, played by Jordan, A Nash and Alice of Alison Wonderland, played by Cura Chansa, who here are cast as brother and sister off a father, played by David Oyelowo to And the mother, the aforementioned Miss Julie, who are loving But also quite troubled and whose troubles will soon affect the Children's lives in profound ways. I will say this. The film overall has a beautiful, burnished look. And Chapman has an intriguing approach to how she travels to Peters and Alice is fantasy worlds and back funding settings and props change. From real to imagined between cuts and sometimes within the shots themselves. But the director has trouble delineating the boundaries for these two worlds and how and where one might suffuse into the other. It isn't surprising that she eventually lands on acknowledging magic as presented in the film as the real thing. But up to that point, there's confusion in knowing what might stem from the Children's imaginations on what's supposed to be real. The indications from the works of JM. Barrie and Lewis Carroll don't help frequently being so overt and awkwardly motivated that it tends to take us out of the trauma rather than enhancing our understanding. Children's visit to a pawnbroker to get money enough to clear their father's gambling debts echoes the Mad Tea Party, but there isn't any greater depth to it than visual references. The Lost Boys show up as Dick Kensi and petty thieves initially It also magically materialize later in the forest near the Children's home, But are they really there or just dreams of a child seeking escape from his troubles? I'm really reluctant to come down hard on come away. It's a daring attempt to reconcile Victorian whimsy with frequently dark trauma and to do it with boldly innovative casting choices and visual style. This is one of those occasions when I don't regret having seen the film. For all its flaws, better, a daring leap that falls short than clinging to the safety of convention. For hour of the wolf..

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"dick kensi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

06:59 min | 8 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Please exercise a little modesty and cover up one out in public. Don't spread it. Is he referring to a facial mask or some other part of clothing? Articles shaving. Yeah, Charlie. Thankfully, I'm not a seamless resident. But I just thought I inform you that I predict the statue of ST Louis and from the art museum will be gone next to Jefferson Memorial will be burnt to the ground, and I think we should stand in her way. Will I hope you're wrong, my friend, but this is not a good time for those Carved in bronze. Charlie. These people try to take over the airport. Think they're magicians. They're saying, Look at this hand where everybody is protesting. Meanwhile, with the other hand, they're taken away our airport. You know, and Michael Knight or fed a completely different take on the airport. He was against privatization, which I thought was interesting. And he said We need airlines other than Southwest because businessmen want And business women to reserve a seat and have a meal and you don't get that with Southwest. No. And and also we found out a mayor is an American that is cutting down getting back flights even more in ST Louis. We now have even fewer flights than ever to choose from. In February. They won't have flight attendants or pilots who are based in ST Louis. Wow. And this Orwellian tale of two cities. I can see the statue of ST Louis being replaced by a guillotine. That sounds more to Kensi in an Orwellian doesn't write. That would be the tale of two cities would be Dick Kensi and although there was a getting placed outside the mayor's home Somewhere Within all these headlines of the chaos erupting across cities and I cannot remember for the life of me which city that was in, But there was a girl a guillotine. I just love the protesters who complain that the mayor read their addresses on Facebook. And so what do they do? They go to her home and they bother her. And and then the Post Dispatch actually puts the street up there. Well, it's it's public. Now. Lake Street and They're so son. They're not self aware at all that what they're doing is actually violating their complaints, right? Amy I for one. Enjoy your laugh. I think it brightens my day and it should brighten everybody else disorder but also donate their thing gets kicked off. I thought I was going to say something else. Well, thank you very much. I appreciate that. Don't we need a little bit of laughter these days? It's kind of heavy around here. I don't buy the death may make him human, but they have become self frequent. Lately. I worry about president ships in a meeting with the foreign leader and makes promises with a gas that put our country and all kinds of trouble. Hey, let's get to a few of these phone calls. Thanks for that one. Bob. You're on camel exit this the nose. Bacon line is open. Morning. Morning, Charlie. Morning, Amy. Yeah, You know, you can. You can eat just about every part of the pig. There isn't hardly anything that you can't eat one of the kid. My dad used to take me. Ah, Teo, you know, we'll get some pigs and you know, from Sue Lord market our other places on the farmer and we butchered up. We butchered up some of pigs for our Ah Bosses and such like that we were working. And so your hands are just so soft after you're finished dressing that hog. I'm telling you, there isn't anything you can't need on it. Do you eat the chitlins, which is the intestines way? Well, Noli used the intestines to make sausage. Yeah, That's the natural casing right there for your sausage For your best for your best forced that there ever will. Don't people deep fry the chitlins are the intestine to call it chitlins. Well, I'm not sure about that. Because I'm from the Germanic tribes. And we had We pronounced everything a little bit differently, You know, from the lobby doorman, German speaking people and you guys, you know, Croatian speaking. You know, I think a little bit different Mark is next, I think, right. Good morning more. There's a place north of downtown. That sells snoot, and it's pronounced about, but it's called Smokey oh, north of downtown on Broadway. And people from when people come from out of town to visit me, they recognize think Louis is being a snoot capital. What you know. Yeah, so he's really crazy. Never heard of it before, but it's got a smoky hoses on Broadway. Thanks. First caller to actually tell us where you could buy the snoot, and it's pronounced snoot and yeah, as this, it might have been in the Virginia pilot or something. Whatever that newspaper is. They had a story on This delicacy out of ST Louis called newts. And so my friend called wondering about it Now we're getting some answers. Who's next? We've got Tim Europe. Good morning. I used to work years ago with a fellow black man that lived in no. The East side and his family for Christmas. They would go ahead and they would fix up my suit. And it was evidently along lines of us low and slow smoked, Um, camp, and he said that they just they They had relatives that even if they were not really Hannah The time get along. They'd come 300 miles easily just to have some of that Snowden and he said that they would go ahead and get a hold of a butcher. And they would get one from their local butcher and They do it up low and slow, and he said it was just absolutely awesome. He was he would talk about it afterwards. You know, it's like we're living in a parallel universe is some people are traveling through 100 miles for it. Some people never even heard of it. Knows bacon we're talking about. We gotta take a break here. Wasn't that your nickname in high school? You know, I have governments so grateful for a break before. Yeah, really. Okay, We have to take a break here and then we'll come back with a guy who went to Princeton. So it's unlikely that Harry Weber actually enjoyed snow. It's at the eating clubs there. But we'll find out. Maybe he did. I got to tell you about Banner construction. Our good friend Bill Kaufman is in good form right now because he's got the best team of craftsman and workers who can redesign the exterior of your home to make it the neighborhood showplace. If you've noticed that the outside your home needs a new look. Banner Construction is the team to call. First of all, They're the preferred expert for James Hardy exterior restoration and beautiful Pella windows..

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"dick kensi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:59 min | 8 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Manuel Miranda, Welcome back to fresh air. It is really a pleasure to heavy back on our show. Thank you. Great to be back s O. The room. Where it happens, is about Hamilton kind of compromising with the south. He gets that put some of his financial plans into effect. And the South gets to choose where the capital is going to be. How did you find out that the room where it happens, inspired the title of John Bolton's memoir. Well, listen, I'm not 100% certain that it did. I'm certainly not the first person to put those words in that order. Although I would argue that I made it a song. You could dance to pretty nicely. Um, but I think I learned about it when when it was leaked that he was writing a memoir. As far as I'm concerned, the room where it happened for Bolton should have been in front of Congress. When All of the things in this book would have been a lot more useful. But here we are. I think what are your other most quoted lines from the show. I'm thinking, talk less smile more. Dying is easy. Living is harder. What else? That's another one that politicians seem to really relate to, or gets thrown at. Politicians talk less my more. I've been hardened in seeing sort of the black lives matter. Protests all over the country and past patiently waiting. History has its eyes on you. What I've learned is that when you write a musical into musical that brushes against sort of the origins of this country like it's always going to be relevant, because the on ly really insight of the show. Is that the fights we had at the origin of the fights were still having, and so the contradictions inherent in our country are always going to be relevant, and so different lyrics resonate. In different ways. I remember going to see the show in London in the grip of Brexit. And when King George saying, what comes next, it hit different just landed on that audience with an elf. In a way that it didn't and I feel like the show continues to do that, because it is about because the past isn't done with us ever, ever, ever. So when when you see the 2016 production now, the one that's filmed what doesn't make you think about seeing the original cast and a slightly younger version of yourself a younger version of the production It's a weird bit of double vision for me, to be honest one. I'm so intensely proud of this company and all the things they've gone on to do Since I don't When you watch this movie, you'll see it's not an accident that So many of our original cast have gone on to greater success in film and television because they are acting to fill the Richard Rodgers Theatre, and it works in a close up two inch with the camera two inches from your face and The movie captures what it felt. You know, it's not a definitive production of live Hamilton. But it is a snapshot of what it felt like with that company at the end of June of 2016 and then when it comes to looking at myself, I see me It may be my most tired I've ever been were literally shooting an independent movie in between R H O a week. Schedule filmed a Sunday matinee, filmed all night Sunday, filmed all day Monday, filmed all day Tuesday morning and then filmed put the cameras in different positions and film, The Tuesday night show. It was a three day film shoot. You look at yourself and see how tired you were. And I think I look more rested now on the other side of 40 than I did in 2016 when I had a newborn child was still doing like live him for ham shows. There were these live shows who used to do outside the theater for the folks who were trying to get lottery tickets to the two front rows. And the seven show week schedule and you know life it was it was. Ah, I still don't know how I came out on the other side of that year intact. Actually do know my incredible wife holding down the fort is how I came out on the other side of intact. So Hamilton is in part about who gets to tell the story. Because the person telling the story decides who were the major characters who are the heroes who are the villains? Why did you want to be the person telling Hamilton story? When I picked up Ron chair now's book. I simply didn't know that Hamilton alone among the founders was the one who came from somewhere else. He grew up in the Caribbean with a dick Kensi in childhood and then wrote his way. To the mainland wrote his way into the American Revolutionary War wrote his way into the first Cabinet wrote his way into trouble wrote his way into his duel. So this is an immigrant's narrative and I understood that because I'd written about that a bit with my first show in the heights on. I grew up in an immigrant community and and we know that the deal is If we come to this country, we gotta work three times as hard. Just to get a foothold. And so I suddenly understood his story in a in a kitchen is kind of way in my gut because I know that story. Well, it's not just that he wrote the Federalist Papers and the vast majority of the Federalist Papers with James Madison and John Jay, which are the closest we have to like a Kabbalah about the Constitution. It's what the intent was. It was a defence of it so that the states would ratify. It s so it is the legalistic the first legalistic interpretation of our founding documents. He founds the Coast Guard. He founds The New York Post. Hey, founds, you know so many things on DH. I think my my feeling when I was reading his biography was like, Why is the only thing I know about him is that he died in a duel. So again. What I keyed in on was the relentlessness was. How is there? Three lifetimes of work coming from this one guy who died in his forties and I'm drawn to those. I mean, I'm drawn to the Jonathan Larson's of the world who Hear the ticking clock louder than other folks. He does this relate to how hard you work. I mean, you were just talking about all the things you were doing. When the when Hamilton was film and how exhausted you are. Do you feel that ticking clock too? I think I feel that ticking clock. Very acutely. Andi. I think that Part of that's just being a New Yorker. I think part of that is on early awareness of mortality, which you know, I had a pretty at a pretty young age. And in a lot of ways, it's funny. I was talking to someone else about how When you start writing something, you think it's about one thing, and then it starts telling you what it's really about. And that happens on everything I've written. That's any good on my sensation on Hamilton with that, wass As I began to write Hamilton and I began to write Burr They have fundamentally different approaches to the ticking clock bird, for the most part, is paralysed by it because he comes from a legacy came from very accomplished parents famous grandfather..

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"dick kensi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:56 min | 8 months ago

"dick kensi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Lin Manuel Miranda, welcome back to fresh air. It is really a pleasure to heavy back on our show. Thank you. Great to be back s O. The room. Where it happens, is about Hamilton. Kind of compromising with the South. He gets that put some of his financial plans into effect and the South gets to choose where the capital is going to be. How did you find out that the room where it happens, inspired the title. Of John Bolton's memoir. Well, listen, I'm not 100% certain that it did. I'm certainly not the first person to put those words in that order. Although I would argue that I made it a song, You could dance to pretty nicely. You know, but I I think I learned about it when when it was leaked that he was writing a memoir, You know, as far as I'm concerned, the room where it happened for Bolton should have been in front of Congress. When all of the things in this book would have been a lot more. Useful. But here we are. I think what are your other most quoted lines from the show. I'm thinking, talk less smile more. Saying is easy Living is harder. What else? That's another one that politicians seem to really relate to, or gets thrown at. Politicians talk less smile more. I've been hardened in seeing sort of the black lives matter. Protests all over the country and past patiently waiting. History has its eyes on you. You know, it's what's what I've learned. Is that when you write Musical into musical that brushes against sort of the origins of this country like it's always going to be relevant because the only real insight of the show is that the the fights we had at the origin or the fights were still having On DH, So those contradictions inherent in our country are always going to be relevant, and so different lyrics resonate. In different ways. I remember going to see the show in London in the grip of Brexit. And when King George saying, what comes next, it hit different just landed on that audience with an F In a way that it didn't and I feel like the show continues to do that, because it is about because the past isn't done with us ever, ever, ever. So when when you see the 2016 production now, the one that's filmed what doesn't make you think about seeing the original cast and a slightly younger version of yourself? The younger version of the production. Um, it's ah, it's a It's a weird bit of double vision for me, to be honest one. I'm so intensely proud of this company and and all the things they've gone on to do Since I don't When you watch this movie, you'll see it's not an accident that So many of our original cast have gone on to greater success in film and television because they are acting to fill the Richard Rodgers Theatre, and it works in a close up two inch with the camera two inches from your face like they just they all have that incredible skill set and The movie captures what it felt like, you know, it's not a definitive production of live Hamilton, but it is a snapshot of what it felt like with that company at the end of June. 2016 on DH. Then when it comes to looking at myself, I see Me. It may be my most tired I've ever been were literally shooting an independent movie in between R H O a week schedule filmed a Sunday matinee. Filmed all night Sunday, filmed all day Monday, filmed all day Tuesday morning and then filmed put the cameras in different positions and film, the Tuesday night show. It was a three day film shoot, but I'm so grateful we have it on. The other thing, I'll say is that It's probably the best rehearsed movie cast of all time because we've been doing our roles for a year, and I think it honors and captures their work in the macro and in the micro You look at yourself and see how tired you were. And I think I look more rested now on the other side of 40 than I did in 2016 when I had a newborn child was still doing like live him for ham shows. There were these live shows who used to do outside the theater for the folks who were trying to get lottery tickets to the two front rows. And the seven show week schedule and you know life it was it was. Ah, I still don't know how I came out on the other side of that year intact, actually do know my incredible life holding down the fort. Is that why I came out on the other side of it intact? So Hamilton is in part about who gets to tell the story. Because the person telling the story decides who were the major characters who are the heroes who are the villains? Why did you want to be the person telling Hamilton story? When I picked up Ron chair now's book. I simply didn't know that Hamilton alone among the founders was the one who came from somewhere else. He grew up in the Caribbean with a Dick Kensi in childhood and then wrote his way. To the mainland wrote his way into the American Revolutionary War wrote his way into the first Cabinet wrote his way into trouble wrote his way into his duel. So this is an immigrant's narrative and I understood that because I'd written about that a bit with my first show in the heights on. I grew up in an immigrant community and and we know that the deal is If we come to this country, we gotta work three times as hard. Just to get a foothold. And so I suddenly understood his story in a in a kitchen is kind of way in my gut because I know that story. Well, it's not just that he wrote the Federalist Papers and the vast majority of the Federalist Papers with James Madison and John Jay, which are the closest we have to like a Kabbalah about the Constitution. It's what the intent was. It was a defence of it so that the states would ratify..

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