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Who Is Curtis Sliwa? A Look at the GOP Mayoral Candidate’s Wild Ride in New York

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | 7 months ago

Who Is Curtis Sliwa? A Look at the GOP Mayoral Candidate’s Wild Ride in New York

"I grew up in New York City. I was born in Queens. I was in there into the 70s. We got out in the 70s, moved up the Danbury, Connecticut because the crime, the deterioration was unbelievable and we watched the New York news every night. It was unbelievable. We had mayor beam. We had it was just like a nightmare. And into this nightmare, steps a young guy named Curtis Lee tell the story Curtis. It was a night manager at McDonald's in The Bronx. The Bronx was burning down at the time and in the 70s alone a million people fled from New York City. The biggest exit is a population ever. And rightfully so, gangs arson property values plummeting quality of life dismal. So I decided, hey, you know, something they've removed the transit police from the subways at night because we were on the brink of a fiscal collapse. So they were laying off a lot of civil servants. I said, oh, I'll start patrolling with a group of my closes at that McDonald's. We will call the burger boys. And we started to patrol this one particularly train the number four train, which had been nicknamed by the right as the muggers expressed. I thought I get the congressional Medal of Honor. Eric, I couldn't have been more hopelessly wrong. The mayor at that time, Ed Koch vilified us, called us vigilante, said we were the hell's angels. The police unions were upset. They didn't want us there, because they figured their furloughed employees would never be brought back. And so within the first 13 years until Rudy Giuliani got elected mayor. I got arrested 76 times. I got wooden shampoos, concrete facials, attitude, no readjustments. It was whenever you elected or in a changed all that. I always gotta stop you because nobody knows what you just said. And it's the funniest stuff I've ever heard. You said you got wooden shampoos. You're talking about Billy clubs across the head from cops. Yes. Yes. And then concrete facials where the cop would say, Curtis, you see the curb down there as I was handcuffed. I said, yes, Sarge. And then you go, good. We're gonna have your forehead meet the curb bang. And you get a big lump in the front of your

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Curtis Silwa: The New York Mayoral Candidate Who's Actually From New York

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 7 months ago

Curtis Silwa: The New York Mayoral Candidate Who's Actually From New York

"You are the ultimate New Yorker, okay? All of us had problems with with Ed Koch. You had real problems with that Koch. But he was in New Yorker. You didn't get the impression that, you know, he kind of took the train down from Cambridge, Massachusetts. He sounded like a New Yorker. You have been in New York, your whole life. Tell us a little bit about your biography for people are just tuning in because I want people to know you who you are. I came out of a blue collar working class background in canarsie Brooklyn. My father, merchant seaman Chester for 55 years and my mother, Francesca raised both myself and my two sisters who are directly involved in my campaign to become mayor. But if we look at it, my father when he would return from being offshore for 8 months of the year, we would go down in the 1960s to an area called the boundary. Right now in Manhattan, you would have to take a reverse mortgage just to get parking space down there. Never mind living space. But back then it was where auditions and the flop houses were. What's called the derelict bombs they referred to them. And my father knew some of these men. Because he had previously been seaman with him. And he said to me, there by the grace of God go you Curtis, at any moment, this could happen to any one of us. I need to have conversation with these men. And I understood that that early age you had to be caring and compassionate. And so that's what I've done for 42 years as leader of the guardian angel. It's not just in New York City, but around the

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"ed koch" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"ed koch" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Last time we talked about any he's so big in this state that he knows the mayor. He knows the governor and he said during the oldest, he tried to call them and get them on the phone just to tell him what the problems of the restaurant and he couldn't get them to tell. You couldn't get to them. They wouldn't talk to him about it. This is the opposite of what you're supposed to do. They shouldn't even have to call you If you're the governor. If you're the mayor of New York at some point, you should have gone to all these restaurants, visit them. Talk to them. See what's going on. You should have invited the 20 the biggest to come to your office and talk to you. This is what Donald Trump does all the time. You know all the time in the White House, invite million hardware store owners and then a million restaurant owners. Come tell him. That's what you're supposed to do. Can you imagine you're not? You're building blocks here. You're the mayor of New York. And during this crisis where you locked down on the rest of you didn't go visit them and see what they're doing and what they're going through. When you have done that. You have to. I just talked to a friend of mine. Who's worried about being closed down. He said. You know, the last time he lost a lot of money in food, you know, you order food, you get yourself up and running. And next thing you know, you gotta shut down. What you do with the food apart. That's what he's got to know this. I used to walk around sometimes with Rudy Giuliani when he was mayor and with Ed Koch, and they wouldn't just walk down the steps personally be walking down the street. You never see build applause. You do that They wouldn't just walk down the street and stopped. They look in every store. If they saw the owner, they talked to him. What's going on has tell me your problems. What they'd learned everything you're supposed to do that. That would be Jack Welch called it You manage with your feet. In other words, If you run a big business, go walk around and talk to everybody See what their problems are see what they're going through. That's that's what I like Donald Trump does. You can't remember in his You know, private sector career? That's what he did. Every morning. Every morning. He woke up early. He'd walk around Trump Tower. He'd walk through every inch of the lobby. The basement everywhere. He talked to the janitor. The doorman talked to the elevator. Go see what's going. He go visit his construction sites in the morning. Walk around, talk to everybody. That way. He was on the ground. He knew everything going on. This is the opposite of Cuomo. This is the opposite of de Blasio. I mean, think about this. His restaurant. Guys can't get anybody on the phone. Nobody will talk to them. You shouldn't have to even call. They should be coming to see you to see what your what Your problems are. It's just It's the worst management in the world. Governor Cuomo was supposed to get it. It was a $25,000 a year raise starting in January. He's declined to. He's not gonna take it right. He said he will use the race. Some people say Well, you know you shouldn't get the race if you just killed 12,000 people in the nursing home, right? You just killed a lot of people and you wiped out a lot of jobs. And you closed a lot of businesses to willy nilly. You were just too quick to do all this stuff and these lockdowns and again. If lockdowns work. Why do we have to do him again? I thought they worked. Yeah, And if they didn't work, why are we doing them again? It doesn't make any sense. So this will end. When the vaccine gets out there. It gets everywhere again. You got it. Hope that there's no problem with the Biden coming in and screwing around with the distribution or slowing it down. There's more to come on our Thanksgiving Day show on 7 10 w.

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David Dinkins, New York City’s Only Black Mayor, Dead At 93

Radio From Hell

01:11 min | 1 year ago

David Dinkins, New York City’s Only Black Mayor, Dead At 93

"New York City Mayor David Dinkins has died. He was New York City's first black mayor. Mr Dinkins passed away Monday at his home in New York of apparent natural causes. He died less than two months after his wife, Joyce had passed away. Dinkins beat long time Mayor Ed Koch. How am I done them all right down. In 1989, but then lost after his first term, too. Rudy Giuliani in 1993. He won the 89 election. With a pledge for racial healing. He was passionate about equality, saying he was the mayor of a very He was the mayor of every New Yorker, adding We are all foot soldiers in the march to freedom. The former mayor referred to The people of his fair city as a gorgeous mosaic. He worked hard to camp down the racial tensions in New York City, especially in multicultural neighborhoods. He fought for better housing, health care and was always available to hear the voices of people. Who traditionally were never heard from

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"ed koch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"ed koch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Oh bits on public figures and given my age, confident that they have one on me. And the opening graph will read. David and Dinkins born July 10th 1927 and Trenton, New Jersey, First Black mayor of the city of New York. And then immediately Crown heights and they're not after talk about the fact that we kept libraries open six days a week. When we had little money spent $47 million to do so. When that had not occurred in a quarter century. And that would be mention of Crown nights. So Mayor Dinkins here in 2000, and just for the record, he predicted in that answer what the first graph of his New York Times over it would be 11 years ago. Well, here it is. Mr. Dickens, who served in the early 19 nineties, was seen as a compromise selection for voters weary of racial unrest, crime and fiscal turmoil, The racial harmony, he saw it Remained elusive during his years in office s O that Z. That's the beginning of that. That's actually sort of the subhead so I'll go to the actual first paragraph. David N. Dinkins, Barbara son, who became New York City first black mayor on the wings of racial harmony, but who was turned out by voters after one term over his handling of racial violence in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. So Dickens predicted correctly, died on Monday night at his home on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. He was 93. If we're gonna think about Mayor Dinkins place in history, it helps to step back and remember the big picture of the city and the country in those days that in certain ways lead right to where we are Today, Crime was high. But it had been going up for decades. It had gone up and up and up on Mayor Ed Koch is watch for three terms as it had in cities around the country, and yet people didn't hold him personally responsible for it. In the way I believe they held Mayor Dinkins for it. Perhaps because of his race. Dinkins inherited that crime rate and became the first of three mayors to hire William Bratton to be a police leader and crime started to go down on Dinkins Watch. Racial tensions were also high. Of course, Ed Koch Like Giuliani, later and again, this puts salt gets put so much on Dinkins. And some of these stories. Um, but Koch like Giuliani after Dinkins was a very polarizing figure along racial lines, especially in his later years as mayor, he had had a lot of black support. As Mayor Dinkins were called in that clip, but he had lost much of it. And the city in the country were both in a big recession. Mayor Dinkins in that clip refers to expanding the library hours despite the city's budget woes of the time. And that was true nationally to the budget woes. Remember Bill Clinton's 1992 campaign mantra, which exists to this day, people cite him saying, It's the economy stupid. Because it was a very down economy nationally at the end of the 80 started the nineties. And a high crime period nationally, and voters took it out on George H. W. Bush when he became a one term president and got defeated in 92. And on David Dinkins when he got to feed it and became a one term mayor. In 93. Then came the federal crime bill. 94 that we're still debating today as the federal government driver of mass incarceration. Exactly is Giuliani was starting out as mayor centering his get tough on crime policies. And meanwhile, the economic rebound was taking place in both places as well nationally as the cycle kicked back up and in New York, so one way to look at that period is Dinkins and the first President Bush. Got blamed both of them for national trends, even though they were from different parties. Clinton and Giuliani got credit for the rebound, even though they were and of course, more complicated than that, too. But that's one take On David Dinkins mayor lt in context. Now tomorrow, folks will do a deeper remembrance of Mayor David Dinkins. We're calling up some people who we think will be worthy guests and we'll do a major segment that we can put together better on a day's notice. So for today. Those clips and those thoughts and Mayor David Dinkins rest in peace. Throughout 2020 w. N. Y. C.

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"ed koch" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"ed koch" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm Joe Barton in New York City, mourning the death of its first and only black mayor, David Dinkins. He has died at the age of 93. David Dinkins defeated incumbent Mayor Ed Koch in the 1989 Democratic primary and went on to beat Republican Rudy Giuliani to become New York City's first and only black mayor by the narrowest margin in city history. 47,000 votes Because we had this beautiful coalition. Indeed, gorgeous mosaic thereby permits everybody to say we would at two or 3%. And I'm willing to accept that Dinkins passed away due to natural causes at his Upper East Side home last night. He was 93 Alice Stockton Rosine e. W. O R news. Covert concerns increasing in New York Governor Cuomo says he's worried. Is a toxic cocktail of dynamics in fax, Cuomo says Points of Upper Manhattan will now be labeled a yellow zone. Staten Island gonna become a mix of yellow and orange. The numbers also continue to rise in New Jersey and Governor Phil Murphy says he's waiting for a vaccine or full cold storage. And mobilizing resource is for distribution, including potentially our National Guard is not something we can leave to chance or which can wait until January. 20th If you're looking for a covert test, you better plan to wait for a long time. Diagnostics says Testing orders have increased 50% since late September. The company says testing now should be reserved for people who have symptoms or exposed to the virus. Doctors also worn a negative test does not mean you're in the clear if you had tested in two days, you may be positive at that point, or you may develop.

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"ed koch" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"ed koch" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"50. Debbie's out there on the road Looking out for you right here on am 9 70. The answer. Hey, Good morning to Joe. Thanks a lot. We're gonna take a ride over to 84 eastbound. You're slowing down right by the Taconic getting is the East Fishkill. That's an accident through a south bound down by exit 17 some ongoing construction a tough ride this morning on the westbound beaky. We getting down toward the battery tunnel. It's a crash, taking a couple of lanes there, and it's still busy. Eastbound Bake you a pie Queens Boulevard with an accident as well. The Ed Koch 59th Street Bridge. Lower level City bound watch for a disabled vehicle taking a ride inbound over at the G W B Still about 5 to 10 Lincoln 15 Holiday about 20 minutes into town. Also the dorky extension eastbound of 14 and bone. Looks like an accident over there as well. So definitely steer clear of that this morning. And problems. Continue on the island as you head out toward Jericho Turnpike in Smithtown. All lanes closed with an accident investigation over by ledge would drive you now know where not to go. I'm Debbie. Do him with Joe Piscopo. Am 9 70 the answer. 911. What's your emergency? Yes, I'd like to report an assault. Are you injured? What? No. Nobody's injured its state Senator Jim Gordon's record. It's being attacked again. People are saying going can't be trusted on crime. Gordon the North Shore politician, Why Well going? Did vote to abolish cash bail requirements? Just let him out? Yeah, police say the law going back to release 3000 criminal.

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"ed koch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"ed koch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The mall right now. Three for four and just to finish things out. Um, we're here in New York City now, Obviously, we had a Merrill action coming up next year. Who followed Ed Koch as mayor of New York City. It would be Well. Bob Grant got in trouble for this making a comment about Bob Grant of Wanted WNBC radio, Right? That's right. His name is David Dinkins. That's right. It was David Dinkins. And contrary to what Roberts again, he said he never, ever worked at 21. Well, Geraldine, I'm sorry as you could see, Bernie got four out of the five questions correct. You unfortunately only got two out of the five but you are going to be the proud recipient of a W A B C prize pack. Do we have all Geraldine's and Gerald? I hope we got our information. Geraldine has left us. All right, Gerald, If you want to call back and give us your address, we're going to send you a consolation prize to console you and help you get over your stinging defeat at the hands of the intellectual serial killer Bernard McGurk. You get to spend the night Ah! But cousin Brucie and his house that's a that's A pretty interesting doesn't show for a couple of poverty fund, Hank. He's a G because people may remember, you know, you've seen the movie dirty dancing, right? I have right. So he's in the movie, dirty dancing. He's the magician, that saws Jennifer Grey and half in that movie. Is that right? Yeah. Do you remember? I do not know. I read it on the bio. When I ask the questions. I had no idea that he was in the movie. You know, he's he's terrific. What was that about The guy that was the main that he's dead now Pastor Patrick Swayze. He died from? Ah believe pancreatic cancer. A very tough type of cancer to get. You Don't see it coming. Danny Aiello, You know who did you know Danny at all? So I knew of him, So I knew Danny a little bit. His son was this incredibly tall, muscular, strapping Hollywood stunt man. Died like that in his fifties from pancreatic cancer, and Danny said, I could never imagine this. This young man who I always knew was just so strong and larger than life. Shriveling before my very eyes and that's what pancreatic cancer that's horrific, horrific on that up. Beaten out, Bernie Bernie Murder continues his win streak. Yes, I d. Oh, look. Oh, I was going to say about pancreatic cancer. I think it was the sways. The thing was attributed to him drinking too much diet soda. Just keep that in mind. Is that true? Or is that a is that that's what I heard. I hope that's I don't drink diet soda. Do it, But I could tell just just you Great. I wish I could say the same. All right, 1 808 for eight W A. B. C. If you have a closing thought on this this Wednesday morning, 1 808 for 8 92 2 We'll be right back. That challenge is one that we're willing to accept. Entertaining and informative Enable their 77 ABC Alexis skill today 77 W A. B. C. It's always great being on the radio from Staten Island because there are so few other prominent Staten Islanders that people hear about on a daily basis. But one of them is my friend Gary and Julie, a fine attorney. And somebody that's done some really terrific legal work. You know, they are incredible people. Thank you for filling in there, Frank Morano while I look for the copy And Julian Gentilly. Really incredible people. Look, it's an important topic. If you're concerned about your future long term care for your aging parents, which myself I'm going through it with my dad. He's 88 years old. This is very important stuff. He has, you know, he has possessions, to say the least, that my wife, she has a 90 year old mom. So this is an important critical stuff. And Julian Gentilly LP, the legal team there, they can help you. And as Frank pointed out, Gary and Julie Annamarie Gentilly, they're wonderful, wonderful people. I spoke to them on the phone several times. Everybody in Staten Island apparently knows that Gary and Annamarie absolutely really a wonderful They know their stuff and they care, but they want to alert you to drastic changes due to affect Medicaid applications in New York state. Which you're going into effect October 1st 2020 folks right around the corner. October 1st big changes in Medicare Medicaid applications. You've got to get moving on this..

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"ed koch" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is now a full blown New Yorker. Here's Karl. I'm a guitar player. It's pretty sweet job. A lot of perks. One of the perks is that played gigs late at night in my days of pretty much wide open to do whatever I want, and I took up running to fill up this time. My day I have this little AM FM radio plug in, and I just cruise all over the city and I love it. I love watching the city unfold in front of me and being in tune with the rhythms of it. I spent a lot of time on the Queensboro 59th Street, Ed Koch Bridge. I live on the Queens side. I run across Tio central part very often, and it's structurally a beautiful bridge. But the energy on the path of the pedestrian Jews is kind of an anxious, uneasy feeling. That's because it's a very narrow path, and it's shared by pedestrians, Cyclist, Scooter riders all sorts of people, and it's compounded by the fact that you're a mere feet away from cars with their exhaust, honking horns and police sirens. The most narrow part of the bridges on the Manhattan side, where the pathway bottlenecks around a structural columns in the bridge, and it was there over the summer. That I was running and I saw a woman. The woman had a large wide rim had and she was pushing a shopping cart, and she had several open beach umbrellas in the shopping cart, and she's coming at me. That's not an odd sight to see in New York but struck me as odd. That day became even more odd when she started waving at me on I'm running at her, and at first I thought she was just waving to potentially Get me out of the way because she was out of control with their card or something. I don't know. But as I got closer, I realised was trying to get my attention. Eso. As I got up to, I took my headphones out, and she said There's a man on the bridge. He's going to jump. Go help him! Help him! Go help him, and it hit me like a ton of bricks. What I expected to see Was somebody right on the edge of the bridge. What I saw was a young man who's probably about 17 years old, and he was on the safe side of the bridge leaning against the fence. And he had a 10 mile stare. You look on his face that I'm somewhat familiar with. It looked like he was about to get into a fight. Which is to say he was angry. He's scared to death, and he was desperately trying to mask it with indifference. So I stopped and I asked him if he was okay. It isn't anything just looked right through me and ignored me. So I asked if he was okay a second time. Still nothing. And so I said there was a woman on the bridge, she said somebody was going to jump. Is that you? And still he didn't say anything but tears started to stream down his face. I said Look, man, I don't know you but Just don't do it. Just walk with me off the bridge. I have a story. I can tell you Just walk the other bridge. Please don't do it. He didn't really move. And I said, Listen, I lost my twin sister two years ago to a suicide. And I was wished I could be there and tell her not to do it. So please just walk with me. He started to move. So we started to walk off the bridge together. And I recounted in great detail about the night that my sister passed away. I was really scared. When we When we had to walk in a single file line, he wouldn't even let me walk behind him. I had to walk in front of him. I talked and talked, and when there was a lull in the conversation He just said. Tell me more about your sister. So I did. I told told him that she was amazing visual artist. She was an unrepentant radical. With a touch of anarchist. If she had a very extremely tender heart and was incredibly sensitive. I used to draw characters at tourists at six flags and she was so sensitive that she couldn't make any money doing it because she would always give them away either thinking it wasn't good enough or think it was so good that they just should have it for free. I told her how I Mr I never got to say goodbye and I really wish that I could have We got on the solid ground. And I didn't know what to do. I asked if he had a safe place to go. He said he did. I asked if he lived with his parents. He said Yes, and I said, if it's an abusive situation, you don't have to go home. You can come on with me. I already had a friend of mind sleeping on the couch, so I couldn't know for that. But I said you'd come home. We could figure out some safe place for you to go. He said that it wasn't abusive, and he had a safe place to go home to his parents. And at that time, I just really wanted to give him a hug. But it didn't seem like he was into like a hugging mood at the time, so I tapped him up with what has to be the world's most awkward fist bump. And then he walked away. So did I. I went the other way and I started running. While we're on the bridge, I had this singleness of purpose. This focus of just all I want to do is get him off the bridge, and I was refusing to feel any of the feelings except for that. Has it started to run away. I put my headphones back in And I never forget Bob Dylan's boots of Spanish leather started playing. In all the emotion I had been suppressing on the bridge. Shot up through me like a wave. I started to cry as I ran home and then I took a shower. It was complete breakdown in the shower on my hands and knees and crying. I got out of the.

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"ed koch" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Lots of stories to update you on important stuff information that the corrupt news media leaves out because there wouldn't be corrupted. They included all the information that you need to understand the story properly. That's why I had to leave them and do this because the truth is too important to me. I'm not important enough to them. Let's go to the telephones. Let's go to Jerry calling from Nashville, Maryland. Jerry, you're on the show. Thanks very much. I've been thinking a lot about everything has been going on across America herded the days all these protests in 300 different cities and reminds me of something that I heard. Mayor Ed Koch say that in 1989 when he lost his re election day People ask me who would ever want for office again and he said. In response to that question, the people have spoken and now they must be punished. And it's exactly right now. All you people that stayed home and 2018 and didn't vote Republican Or you independence. They don't like Trump. Attention of what he said. Pay attention with Ed Koch said. The people have spoken and they must be punished. And it's happening right now. In front of your faces. Explain explain You're thinking of this, but I believe I understand your We voted for Trump. How dare away No, no, no. People who didn't talk about the people who didn't vote for Trump. I'm talking about the people who want to vote for Biden to the people who voted for in Julie on that Mayor NCL and the blast door repeatedly and all the people who think Democrats got a better chance The people have spoken and look what happens. Look, we have 28 18. Look what happened to the V. A house. 28. You think any of this impeachment stuff? The Russia, Russia, Russia, the Ukraine? You think any of this would have happened? If Nancy calls he wasn't in charge? Of course not. Absolutely not. Absolutely not. People gotta wake up. It matters If you stay home with you, don't it, man. If you vote for Democrats, Republicans look what's happened so far, and it's going to get a lot worse. They're telegraphing exactly what's gonna happen. Well, 100% right, of course. And and maybe even more than you know, because my me and my mind goes to a couple of other places. In addition to what you're talking about 100% correct in what you're talking about in DC vote for these left wing Mirror and City council in Seattle in New York. The same thing they're anti police. They're pro anarchy there. Pro mugging. They don't care if you get your skull bashed in or if your mother's murdered on the street. I don't care if your teenage black kids were shot up and killed at the entrance to the chopper. Not they don't care about human life of the Party of abortion, and Margaret Sanger.

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"ed koch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Louis but is now a full blown New Yorker. Here's Karl. I'm a guitar player. It's pretty sweet job. A lot of perks. One of the perks is that played gigs late at night in my days of pretty much wide open to do whatever I want, and I took up running to fill up this time. My day I have this little AM FM radio plug in, and I just cruise all over the city and I love it. I love watching the city unfold in front of me and being in tune with the rhythms of it. I spent a lot of time on the Queensboro 59th Street, Ed Koch Bridge. I live on the Queens side. I run across to Ah, central part very often, And it's structurally a beautiful bridge. But the energy on the path that the pedestrian Jews is kind of an anxious, uneasy feeling. That's because it's a very narrow path, and it's shared by pedestrians, cyclist, Scooter writers all sorts of people, and it's compound it by the fact that you're a mere feet away from cars with their exhaust, honking horns and police sirens. The most narrow part of the bridges on the Manhattan side, where the pathway bottlenecks around a structural columns in the bridge, and it was there over the summer. That I was running and I saw a woman. The woman had a large wide brim had and she was pushing a shopping cart, and she had several open beach.

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"ed koch" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All right, lots of stories to update you on important stuff. Information that the corrupt news media leaves out because they're corrupt wouldn't be corrupted. They included all the information that you need to understand the story properly. That's why I had to leave them and do this because the truth is too important to me and not important enough to them. Let's go to the telephones. Let's go to Jerry calling from Nashville, Maryland. Jerry, You're on Chris Plante show. Thanks very much. I've been thinking a lot about everything has been going on across America herded today's obvious protests on 300 different studies. And reminds me of something that I heard Mayor Ed Koch say back in 1989 when he lost his reelection bid, and people asked him if he would ever want for office again And he said In response to that question, the people have spoken and now they must be punished. And it's exactly what's going on. Right now. All you people that stayed home and 2018 and didn't vote Republican All you independence that don't like Trump. My attention was what he said. Pay attention with Ed Koch said. The people have spoken and they must be punished and it's happening right now in front of your faces. Explain. Explain you're thinking of this, but I believe I understand your We voted for Trump. How dare away? No, no, no. I'm tired of people who didn't I'm talking about the people who didn't vote for Trump. I'm talking about the people who want to vote for buying to the people who voted for in Julie on that mayor in Seattle and the blast repeatedly and all the people who think Democrats got a better chance. The people have spoken. And look what happens. Look. 2018. Look what happened to the V. A house in 28. You think any of this impeachment stuff the Russia, Russia, Russia, the Ukraine? You think any of this? What happened? If Nancy's close he wasn't in charge? Of course not. Absolutely not. Absolutely not. People gotta wake up. It matters If you stay home with you, don't it, man. If you vote for Democrats, Republicans look what's happened so far, and it's going to get a lot worse. They're telegraphing exactly what's gonna happen. 100% right, of course, and maybe even more than you know, Because my men, my mind goes to a couple of other places. In addition to what you're talking about 100% correct in what you're talking about in DC vote for these left wing, Mayor and City Council in Seattle in New York. The same thing they're anti place their pro anarchy there. Pro mugging. They don't care if you get your skull bashed in or if your mother's murdered on the street. I don't care if you have teenage black kids were shot up and killed at the entrance to the chopper. Not they don't care about human life from the party of abortion, and Margaret Sanger obviously doesn't care about human life. The left has murdered more human beings in the last 100 years than any group of brigands and murders in the history of the world. They're the party of death around the world. And here in the United States, the party of Anarchy there the party of taking away your freedoms and your liberties on President Trump won and what happened? The economy was the best ever best for black. Best is actually the government is supposed to do eyes, not bombing countries. He's not assassinating Americans. This is the Chris Plante show. Washington Small W M A L Washington comes to talk, you know, on Route.

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"ed koch" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"Other big name developers publishers wanted to bolt out and do their <unk> own thing or go to games com. That's going to be a big issue. I still think the timing of games com coming in late august will always prevent it from being the place where everybody buddy shows off their stuff because i think that there's going to be those companies that love to show off the games earlier in the year that are coming up that same year and in order ordered to do that. You need to be able to show it off in april may june. What have you so that's why e. Three is such a good fit but yeah if he keeps on making itself harder and harder to deal with that's going to be a problem for a lot of people going forward at e three that they're going to have to see more and more games than studios going going over. Two games come to show off their wares game. Scum was a big success about two hundred thousand people did attend the show so you know what you can't argue with the numbers as games com makes bigger and bigger claim on the video game industry. I wanna talk to you about before we head to break my friend and we finish off another entertain in our countdown of the top two hundred games of all time d twenty three's coming up this weekend speaking of disney because they're always in the news somehow what are are you looking forward to seeing when it comes to what's going on down the way from you my friend at the twenty three we will see a lot of theme park talking. I'm guessing for ed koch center florida's there those other locations. I don't know exactly what i want to hear them talk about. I know we'll probably hear something about the marble marble land that they've been rumored to be putting down in california adventure. Do you think they're going to be making any like big movie announcement so they'll be doing something when it comes to the rise skywalker. I know they'll be showing a full-fledged trailer. That's going to be made public for the man delorean now that they've announced date in november for disney plus. They've gotta get that hype train going whether or not they're going to announce a new movie. I don't know what they can do. I mean star wars is not going to have a new movie coming out for niece another two or three years they can take a little bit of a break there but they could announce more star wars projects. I mean we just heard the fact we didn't even talk about within the past a couple of weeks that you mcgregor finally getting the obi wan thing straightening out and it's not going to be a movie but it is going to be a series coming to disney plus in some point in time. I believe in twenty twenty. One is the target date for that so we're gonna probably hear more about that like i said the man delorean more star wars projects coming minute disney plus. I think this is gonna be a lot about when it comes to the twenty three what is coming to disney plus. When it concerns the marble side of things i think they're going to probably expand on more what they wanted to talk about for face for. Maybe even dip their toes. Even further into phase five. We'll have to wait and see but i i know they want to go ahead and solidify more what's going on and face or and and get fans more familiar with what's coming up for the internals and change and all that but i know we're going to hear a lot got more about stuff related to discipline. I hope there will be some big announcements their movie wise this point in time. I'm not sure exactly what round round at the gonna go ahead and draw into. That's gonna get us excited. As fans saw a while back they had announced that gamma delta was working on a haunted mansion movie and i don't nope that's still happening but i would really love to see that come to life in some way so that'd be a cool surprise announcement if they had anything. I don't know how i would feel about another pirates movie..

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"ed koch" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It looked good at the spotlight. You can really see the spray. I was a joy that, you know, Hawaii peace be with you a church. Let me just spray, you for a moment, and I was take your hand and give you the peace of Christ. Just don't touch me. Whatever you do. I can't believe that driver, returned your Dora santee. You thought it was my idea, because he saw my picture on it. He was all upset. And he goes. To go back, and he the guy drove all the way back to Wall Street to bring me the doors that I didn't have a heart to tell them look at hand sanitizer. Keep it. You know what though you're right? That Sam nice. People are people are nice like that. I know specially when you tip them heavy to really nice. Definitely shores extra. Nice. Hey, twenty minutes after seven talking about nice Debbie's out there looking out for you. On the roads on AM. I seventy the answer. We're going to take a ride over to the subway subways are actually on time. But over on the path train's delays, Hoboken to thirty third, and it's all due to some ongoing car equipment problems over in Hoboken. Let's go in down over the GW bay. We're still seeing some delays here across that upper level forty minutes in twenty to the lower. If you're heading to the Lincoln is forty five Holland fifteen to twenty if you're heading to root for and parameters that new construction pattern to deal with Gordon state Parkway, northbound right by the cheesecake service area accident in the local lanes, two eighty seven getting reports of an accident north exit three and Edison. Expect slowdowns this morning at the Ed Koch, fifty ninth street bridge lower level entity. It's a disabled truck in the Grand Central Parkway west at one hundred sixty eighth. Watch out for a collision there as well. Watch for volume Staten Island expressway east grade into the verrazano LIE west Sunnyside boulevard,.

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"ed koch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In New York when note to protect privacy, where bleeping name in this story Deborrah was a junior when she told this stage at the mall. This was New York stories. And former New York Mayor, Ed Koch was another one of the storytellers, the bore lost her place. Once in the story, I was sitting in the audience next to mayor Koch. And he said, you've got this, and she did she found her way. Here's light at the man. I'm standing in line at McDonald's. And I really want those chocolate chip cookies. Have like two dollars and thirty nine cents in my pocket. And this is about to order the cookies. I see them flurries. Some like, oh, crap. Not wanna make flurry end up buying it. But I still wanted the cookies and instead online. So I call it to my friend sitting out of table near the cashier guys you have a dollar. They say no then about four people behind me. I hear a while dollar and turn around and see this tall, dark and handsome, young man, walk up to the front of the line. He gives me a dollar. I happily cookies and sit with my friends. Now, he and his boys tables away, and they're all telling jokes and me. And my friends are all laughing at them. One of his voice decides to come over and talk to one of my girlfriends. And then he walks over to me, stuffing my face with chocolate chip cookies. And says a see put Monday to good use. I laughed. And that was the day. I began my friendship with on. After that day in two thousand eight semi on I became really good friends. I like hanging out with him because he's a good conversationalist and I'm a good listener. He's also extremely hilarious, and I'm extremely sarcastic. So we have a lot of fun. He also never tried to flirt with me are hook me up, then you have his voice. So that was a plus. That was a plus and. He was a very, very good friend to me. And I'm the type of person you know, as a girl, I believe that a guy and a girl can be just friends. No kissing flirting sexual activity and Samuel was it for me. So I really enjoyed being around him. I really enjoyed being around Samuel..

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"ed koch" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Commissioning. I go right on the scene there with the F D N Y. Hey, Joe at the radio minutes before seven o'clock Debbie do. Hey, I am fortunate enough to have the number one traffic station in all the country right here on AM nine seventy answer on Piscopo day, Debbie. How many doing traffic wise this morning? I'll tell you. What's happening where you guys mentioned horrible fire? Adam Clayton Powell junior boulevard is completely closed in the one forties with this ongoing fire department activity again because of that devastating fire and you're seeing a lot of fire and police department activity at the scene queens, pasta, south is closed, and this is all due to an accident investigation. This happened early this morning coming up the lower level of the Ed Koch, fifty ninth street bridge into queens. It's a pedestrian. Ian accident, unfortunately, and we're seeing a lot of activity there as well with an ongoing investigation. Watch tho down on the westbound belt into Springfield boulevard. That's an accident over there as well. And the southbound side of the van Wyk right into the Jackie Robinson looks like a disabled vehicle that's in the process of being cleared away as well. Heading to the inbound side of the WBZ still waiting about thirty over at the Lincoln twenty-five, Holland twenty five and one nine looks fine thrill Lisbeth if you're heading out to our Trinita regional medical center. I'm Debbie Doohan. Joe Piscopo AM nine seventy the answer. I still don't know how you do it. Then you got the I don't know how you do. God bless you. You just flawless in your traffic reporting. Appreciate it joined the radio, I write mother's day around the corner. You ready you have to get cherries berries. Because this is what I do Sheri's berries makes the greatest.

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"ed koch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is a flood watch in effect lows. Fifty one sixty six degrees in New York at sixty six in Perth Amboise. Here's Tom Rogers would seventy seven WABC, traffic and transit. Okay. Bob trouble down the FDR drive. We have a crash on the northbound side at seventy ninth street at least one lane is closed off. Meanwhile, only Ed Koch Queensboro bridge a closure of the lower outer roadway to queens for construction the battery tunnel east to shut down and Broadway remains closed on upper Manhattan for police activity between one hundred eighty first street invented avenue taking look at the ride on the George Washington Bridge. We are looking good on both the inbound upper and lower levels. No delay for the Holland or the Lincoln tunnels, an alternate side parking rules will be suspended on Saturday for religious on servi-. Taking look at the rind in northern New Jersey launch for construction in Paramus. Route for eastbound the parameters road two lanes are blocked off. I'm Tom Rogers from the seventy seven WABC. Traffic's his toys don't have any sharp edges. You taught her what to do in the smoke alarm goes off and to wear a helmet when she. Their bicycle you do so much to keep your child safe. But are you using the right car seat for your child? Car crashes are a leading killer of children ages one to thirteen protect your child's future at every stage of life for information on the right seat for your child. Visit safercar dot gov slash the right safe. Sponsored by the New York state governors traffic safety committee, it started when he lost his job then rejection turned into mood swings in. He sunk into a place, you couldn't reach he threatened ending it all and you didn't know how to help. But.

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"ed koch" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Or would it be cruel to put them in a place where they'll get subsidized college benefits, they can vote which would be more cool check in one where to get everything that is clue that is terrible. Is dead. Let's of course, if you're a democrat that is cruel. Why? Because they don't mean cruel to the illegal immigrant. I know, you know, go with this. Yes. They mean, it's cruel to the community. But how is how is it cruel to the community? Legal. Glacier was great. How 'bout I I will why is that cruel if a legal immigration and open borders? No border wall. Sanctuary cities are wonderful and immigration laws shouldn't apply and anybody who goes there, regardless of their immigration status should be entitled to your tax dollars you paid for as American citizens. Right. What's cool about that? It's not cruel to the legal. It's a gift they should be Mr. Trump the greatest plant ever. Thank you. You have rescued all of these illegal immigrants from deportation by transporting them to sanctuary cities where they will not be the put they're not objecting to that. They're objecting to the plan because they know it's cruel to the citizens of the communities that are working to finance the tax base and the legal immigrants that came here legally who will now be forced in their community to bear the burden of people who did not obey our laws and are not. Gonna functionally pay taxes in the same way. They do. I heard this clip. But I'm like, why is the Trump administration running from this? If you're in the Trump administration, you should be out there today, saying listen. We're not interested in breaking the law at all. If we can find a way though to be compassionate Chula legal. We will transport them to sanctuary cities that claim to have the ability cost-free on anyone else to take care of them. This is great. And by the way, who can catch her. You should be impressing this why is this Hooley? Here's the question everybody, respectfully and kindly, of course, should call Hooley Castro's campaign office and ask him. Why this is cruel? Joe is not a fair question. Fair question. Dan. Why is it cruel, Mr. Castro? Really why it's not cruel to the illegal immigrants who came here illegally. They can all the benny's. Wait till you hear the answer. Don, lemon and Castro stepped in it yesterday. And they don't even understand it. David knowledged that the citizens of these sanctuary city communities don't want people who came into the country illegally to reside in their communities. They said it not me. Their words. It's cruel. Mr. Castro who is it cruel to the immigrant? How how exactly? I don't know you meant crew to the citizen yet. No, you may may. Career wind to tape. He doesn't know what to say. No. He just stepped on his own message. Folks, when you learn to pick through this garbage. This complete utter nonsense. And you learn to call them out of their own talking points. They will stumble and be helpless because they cannot figure out what they want to say. All right, one more story. I have on this immigration front, which just shows, you the hysteria. New York is a Fox News report. Here's the headline. You just read it from Fox, News dot com. It'll be in the show notes to New York Democrats block a Bill expanding college tuition for gold star families families that have lost a child in combat in a war zone after approving Joe twenty seven million tuition eight for illegal immigrants. Holy moly. This is going. Tier seven level nuclear right now on social media. Just to be clear you understand what they're doing radical lunatic. New York Democrats have dumped in thrown in the garbage heap. A bill. For tuition benefits for families that have lost kids in combat while paying twenty seven million intuition benefits for people in the country illegally. What the? Listen, I'm from New York. I don't I don't this isn't even the New York. I remember, and it was pretty democrat. When I was there. I lived there under Ed Koch and others, David Dinkins. This is insanity. It's sickening. Literally sickening. I know it's remember that word we we invented.

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"ed koch" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To wanna Brawley for those two younger remember nineteen eighty-seven Brawley, then fifteen was discovered wrapped in a garbage bag smear with human weights and racist that's written in charcoal. She claimed she had been gang raped in the woods and upstate New York by six white men, including then duchess county prosecutor Stephen pagodas who's called into this program from time to time over the years. Sharpton was brawley's greatest supporter even as it was revealed. She made the whole thing up, even as she and he were ordered to pay restitution to begonias whose life and reputation where ruined was an order. Of course, tried to shrink sharpens fee was eventually paid by supporters. The eighties and nineties New York when race relations were dismal at best dangerous at worse. Al Sharpton sought to instigate an agitated rather than calm, even as he later became a buffoon. One of those only in New York characters with his boo font and his medallion wearing athletic suits, even as he was morbidly obese out Charlotte into Ed Koch. He indefatigably reinvented himself. He dropped the white bought a briefcase. He wrote a book ran for president align himself with the Dalai Lama. We knew as he surely did that it was still a big con game entertaining sideshow. And really it still is who in today's America finds out Sharpton, politically and racially relevant who can recall the last thing out to did for someone not named Al Sharpton. On Friday every candidate from Kamla Harris. Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders. Well, nonetheless, kissed the ring as beta Rourke did on Wednesday afternoon..

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Deutsche Bank queried by U.S. House panels on Trump ties

Radio Atlantic

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Deutsche Bank queried by U.S. House panels on Trump ties

"But there's this anecdote you guys have about Trump Deutsche Bank. And that's in the piece where you mentioned that you say to win financing from Deutsche Bank to build a Trump hotel in Chicago, Mr. Trump, personally, guaranteed forty million dollars of the debt when he could not make his payments during the two thousand eight financial crisis. Deutchebanks executives were open to granting him more time to repay the loan. Thanks to each Bank. But before a compromise could be reached Trump, flip the script. He filed a lawsuit and argued the Bank had helped cause the worldwide financial meltdown that essentially rendered Mr. Trump unable to make his debt payments at the time to Bank, call the lawsuit. Quote, classic Trump the Bank eventually settled with Trump saving him from having to pay the forty million dollars. Mr. Trump expressed his gratitude to the lawyer who fought on his behalf by what not fully paying his Bill. He left me with some costs said, the lawyer, Stephen Slesinger with friends like these Maggie who needs enemies. I I wonder if that behavior reminds you of twenty seventeen when Trump basically cut the short-term spending deal with Pelosi and Schumer, aka cryan, Chuck Schumer and Mansi Nancy Pelosi. I mean, do Republicans should Republicans be looking at this example, or generally his behavior of no alliances really that you should depend on it anytime as as a cautionary tale. No, I think if they wanted to look at it a cautionary tale that that that ship has sailed I think that they could have attended as a cautionary tale awhile ago. They've known the cautionary tale exists, and yet they have continued to walk out on tree branches for this president only to have him saw off, you know, a little time. Later, for instance, current shutdown. Remember this happened after Mitch McConnell passed a continuing resolution through the Senate because he was told that the president was going to sign it. And then it was, you know, blown up in the house or by the president's allies who got him to abruptly pull out of it. So he has done this over and over again, and you'd constantly here in twenty teen concern, especially from Republicans in the house in marginal districts that the president was going to try to push them to take positions that were very problematic for them. And then he might not be there later, and so one of the things that I think the term is holding the bag only one of the things that people who have done congressional negotiations have said to me over and over again is that the key piece here is consistency. And it's a little less significant business, but consistency in negotiations is always really important because you know, who's sitting on the other side of the table. You know that you can trust what they're saying. You know that the fulcrum is not gonna shift, you know, suddenly, and that's just not the case with him. So. So it's all over the place people in the hill doesn't even know who they're supposed to be negotiating with there's Pence. There's there's Mick Mulvaney. There's Jared Kushner there's the president himself throwing himself in. Sometimes this is this is not how you do it. There is a similarly antagonistic story from the late eighties. When Trump tries to develop Manhattan's west side rail yards, and he gets into a public brawl with then Mayor Ed Koch who he had been asking for a seven hundred million dollar tax break. This is from reporting in Bloomberg at one point Trump's at the mayor had quote, no talent and only moderate intelligence. This is a I mean, you could really use that same phrase for any number of Trump's adversaries in the present day and Trump said that the mayor should be impeached. Ed Koch would do everybody a huge favor if you would get out of office, and they started all over again, the bluster and the the throwing people who you need things from under the bus behavior is I it's amazing. To actually see it play out in the eighties. And here we are in twenty eighteen and I feel like the exact same thing is happening all over again. It's reasonable to argue that we are living in a Tom Wolfe novel for the capital actually, interviewed him

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"ed koch" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ed koch" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Weird name for health insurance. What the hell? Yeah. I think you've gotta give it to I'm documenting illegal aliens. Wow. How could you force me to provide any documentation that I'm not an illegal alien? Why the hell should I pay all the money? They do each week for my insurance ain't just this guy to Blasios off the rails. Yeah. Every I used to think David Dinkins and Ed Koch back through the years. We're off the rails. There's this guy is six using. I think is to Blasios. Believable. But yeah. Rationale is that the one hundred million dollars. It's still cheaper than going to the emergency room at Lincoln hospital. Ah for a sore throat, which I have I would have to agree with you for that. Now, go into a walk in clinic is certainly cheaper than going going to the emergency room and tied up their resource. Tries they're gonna they're gonna focus on preventative care and primary care. Tell me how that's gonna prevent people from going to the emergency room mate. If you go in for routine physicals, or whatever these people that inundate the system that don't have insurance when their kid gets a sniffle to the kid starts coughing. They take him to the ER because that's the only place they can go. And that's the Bill is astronomical. Right. And they claim they're going to be setting up. Like, it's gotta start in the Bronx. There's going to be the first this year, it'll be twenty twenty one. But it was still if it's a hundred million dollars a year. That's a lot of money. I mean, that's why I what I when I retired from New York City trade, I got the hell out not Pennsylvania's much better at taxes. But I don't know. Steve. I that's if that does it. Of improprieties where we're benevolent painful. I understand that. But. He's gonna have to pay more taxes. I'm thinking you got to get the money somewhere. And I just assumed the blah's ago is pretty much like what Alex Andrea Cossio Cortez. It says, well, we just take it from somebody else you got to pay for it. And we'll get a final timeout him will return on ATM iphone.

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Ted Cruz defeats Jimmy Kimmel in charity basketball game

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

02:10 min | 4 years ago

Ted Cruz defeats Jimmy Kimmel in charity basketball game

"Texas senator ted cruz triumphed over late night tv host jimmy kimmel in their much hyped charity basketball game that kimmel dubbed the blob fish basketball classic with the basket worth a single point cruz top kimmel eleven to nine in a two hour one on one match that they agreed to abbreviate late saturday at texas southern university after neither appeared capable of reaching fifteen points winning by two the houston chronicle described the matchup as a slow motion car crash half court basketball speaking for both men kimmel said we apologize to the game of basketball the game was born of a joke from kimmel who said the republican senator resembled the ocean bottom dwelling blob fish oh dear crews responded by challenging kimmel to a basketball game you know who cruise looks like he looks like he looks like buster yes yes oh my god every time in an area near oh my gosh grandpa looks exactly are ted looks like grandpa al what's his name l yeah in real life anyway he kind of looked like the old mayor of new york too ed koch and qatar monster kind of look like ed colleague i liked ed koch host to the people's court he was yeah after judge wapner was great but i think maybe before judy silence husband nobody nobody outshines judy scheindlin she's the greatest the best that ever will be ever it's really amazing to see how out of shape you are when you actually exert yourself and some physical activity and jimmy lost a bunch of weight he looks good ted cruz look like kind of a potato ish you know i was gonna say uncle fester but grandpa munster you know what i mean like he doesn't look like he's in great shape but apparently he's he did by kim wants away you can't always judge the athlete by their body i mean look at babe ruth hit all those home runs on budweiser and syphilis is that what that was what a combination he had the body of john good but before he lost all the weight was the best athlete in the country did it was crazy.

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