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"edmark" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"edmark" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"It's a hard sell dude. But i'm trying but i love it. I love it. that's to me. The the only problem is like a lot of people. Don't have that experience with alzheimer's show but my dad is very sweet right now. And i know it's gonna get bad. I know he's probably he's difficult with his wife but with me it's all very you know he knows what's up also like that type of stuff. It's hard to deal with. But i mean we have a sick family. We always find funny. And what are your people. Die of My mom she had diabetes and until eighty something right. Yes that's good was it. Life right sees the strong black woman. Diabetes woman had ten kids before anesthesia was. No anesthesia's is give me. That wallet passed a while in the whiskey. Do you all you guys. Get along other siblings. Yeah mother's I've a close relationship with each one. Yeah that's good. Are they most of them out. Because they have all choked me at some pain in my life the one yeah you're the would keno little scared of. Because he spanked me. When i was like ten he kind of stood in for the old man. Sometimes my false for me too but he kind of doubled up on a little pissed off at who passed him over they just past year around. The spank are being the youngest man against fucked up because most those no everything here. We don't hide everything had one point at damon's fucking sneakers keenan's pants and my father's underwear on like nothing was my and and i'm the but every joke there's the name of the special. Nothing was mine. That's you're really good at that coined coining the free down. Nothing was i and then you work towards at the end at the end The callback like and that's who i am. That's coming out of august nineteenth. You know what it is. Yeah Hbo max how's it called. You know what it is. You know what it is. That's give away the whole thing. I didn't want to spill. Max and we love it is like you're given the shoko a what enough it does. We love so much to it. There's so much more you know what it is and then you go. Oh i get it. Yeah yeah yeah. I wanted to call what i want to call it I wanna call yachts mermaids analogy belly buttons. That's good or i want to call it Boiling hot mess Yeah yeah you know what it is like you know anyway. Let me tell you the titles. We actually Email i was surprised the The the the the bringing around the mermaid story worked. Is you a surprise you. The worst that comes out august nineteenth back august thirteenth. Watch it on edmark. Marin steals a show. I was blessed to stare screen with man. You're really funny a lot. you're really solid actor about. Thanks buddy you good like some people just like you know you really good now. Thanks buddy right. you're the guy. Give you my jokes about i. Write my part me one of your hundred million dollar movies that kids give me some back end. That kids like a good talking. You love your brother.

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"edmark" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"edmark" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is approach to judicial appointees who will respect America's founding document saying that it was not an overstatement that the leader had saved the Constitution as we know it. With the successful confirmation of Jamie Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. McConnell will complete the effort of repairing a great breach in the constitution that began a half century ago when the left commandeer the courts for the purposes of legislating from the bench instead of applying the law from there. Much consequential legislation has been passed during McConnell's tenure. But it's the three new Supreme Court justices and so far 53 appeals court judges. Edmark. McConnell's contribution to the nation in the 19th century Henry Clay, the Great Kentucky and was called the Great Compromiser today. We ought to be referring to leader McConnell as the Great Constitutionalist. I'm Hugh Hewitt. Pepper Dine School of public policy. Learn more at public policy dot Peppered I got a d u This is 8 60. Am the answer. Welcome back to the town Hall Review with Hugh Hewitt brought to you in partnership with the Pepper nine graduate School of Public Policy. I'm Hugh Hewitt. The election is less than a month away, and already there is trouble is people have started with early voting. A number of states are tied up with lawsuits is some Democrats shape the length and the timeframe for votes to be counted. It's difficult to imagine election where the outcome in numerous states could come weeks after Election Day. Hey Peterson, dean of the Pepperdine in School of Public Policy Review the issues currently hampering the system. He joined Salem's Krista Go on 9 90 answer out of Philadelphia. Pete. I don't worry about Biden Trump head to head. I try awfully hard to not be hysterical or needlessly push conspiracy theories where I don't think it's necessary. It's hard to not see that there is a movement in this country that is eager to sow the seeds. Of mistrust in our system, and Democrats seem to continue to want to move change. Make voting vote How you vote where you vote. The days you convey O to deadline to vote. They want to make all that malleable and pliable when we've had this very perfectly working system for a long time requested absentee ballot if you can't be there in person. Vote on election day, and that's that they want to make it so much more complex with no Identify IRS Everybody gets a ballot push ballots out in mass Move. Election Day count votes three and four days after the election, and Pete how in the world is that not instill a sense of dread in a lot of American voters about the integrity of things? Well, it's hard not to Chris. And of course I'm coming to you live here for the from the national capital of making it easy to vote right way. Have a system here. It. Not only has these voting centers it is going to full mast vote by mail for, uh, this forthcoming election. We have legal ballot harvesting here in the states. And the governor has just issued by executive order. Thie ability for balance to be counted a full 17 days after election based so you're absolutely right about partisan nature of these So called reforms I would say in the defense of those I know so many of the center left works in so called election reform that pushed for these things. I think many of them Our well intentioned I would just say. That they set themselves up for providing an environment where a fraud can happen because I have to say we are going to see stories around the country. Election systems, whether at the county level or the state level, just being overwhelmed. By the amount of regulations that have been opened up could make it easier to vote. And I'm afraid that we're going to So many stories of You know shells, trays of ballots being left in garbage cans in the backs of postal service trucks. But it's really gonna cast a broader doubt on our election system. And Pete Peterson, dean of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, You guys have been doing this for like you said a while. In California. It's new to us in Pennsylvania in New Jersey there even more aggressive about it. In Pennsylvania, you at least have to request a mail in ballot in New Jersey. There doing what you guys are thinking, California two, which is just everybody gets about other there dropped. You know whether you've lived in a resident for 30 way also have automatic voter registration, right? Zero. Keep When you get your license. You basically click a box and you're going to get a election registration form in the failure. You're going to be automatically registered registered here. So, Yeah. I mean, on the whole array of measures, we make it easy to see the The disingenuous argument is always well, what is it? You and Pete have such a problem with making it easy to vote? Why do you want to make it so hard to vote? They'll say. Which is a disingenuous argument. But how do you answer it? Well, I say that because they're there needs to be a certain level of responsibility on the part of the voter to vote right. The many of these measures are really only working on the margins. It sounds like by pushing the ballot reception date back, say, 17 days as we do in California. It's going to enable millions of more votes to be cast that way. Haven't Election day for a reason, right? At the same time, I think it it does open up the possibility, certainly with ballot harvesting for flood happened and I think these are issues that we all should be concerned about, as you said. Our election system across the country have run fairly cleanly and well with a certain set of preconditions for decades, And so, with all these recent changes being made, certainly some of them are being down in In response to Cove it but some of them are just really so crazy and again. I fear that for election systems whether the state can level that has not been used to working with these new Regulations. We're going to see administrative failures that are going to cast out the entire system or in the very prospect that we could have won election results on Election day, but the possibility of a different one. Two or three weeks later. I think really is going to be something that as Americans, we need to be very concerned about.

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"edmark" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To show this beauty interested in this home it is in Baltimore city it's in the historic area of Edmark gardens and it may even be available for the chap program anybody interested in chat well give me a call that's the commission for historic and doubt architecture reservation about preservation so this is going to be exciting home you can go on my blog I had done a few photos for you from the outside and it's also if you are a gardener this is a gardener's delight we have a caller on the line we have mark good afternoon mark good afternoon Elise's it I know it's nice and sunny it's a little bit less humid and a few days earlier but glandular nice sunlight I had a question because someone you mentioned someone emailed you a question about if you have to sell home you actually have to have an actual battle is that correct no I was saying the person who called me mark has a home with a bath tub and they wanted to put a walk in shower and someone said to her you won't be able to sell that home if it doesn't have a tab I've sold many homes that have tubs and showers I've so many homes that have just had showers and I've sold homes it'd just had tabs so if you've only got one bathroom make it for yourself and then unless you're planning to sell it quickly because my only question if I were doing some sort of a hidden piece of legislative started somewhere where you have to so how did you and you have to make during the the being part of the facility says that M. or something like that is is there is no statute to do what you want right if you have a home that only has one bathroom and you need to make it a handicap bathroom it's your house to do that if you want to put in a walk in tub it's your house to do that if you want a walk in shower it's your house if you want a big jacuzzi again it's your house so if you're in a con if you're in a a renting a place no you can't do that but this person thought that they would have trouble selling the house if it didn't have a bath cabinet and it won't say it probably will not sell to somebody who needs and wants and desires a home with a bathtub all right well I'm I have to admit I'm very flexible myself because of the Saudi but I know some people are you know what's going on you know what kind of facility it is you know it does make a difference thank you know what level are you happy the real open house they should be able to look for themselves decide is this something I can Liverpool is something I can do make a play purchases I can make it add up to one of what my needs are well that's what I'm trying to say absolutely and when you do go to look at a home you are going to hopefully know that that house has one bathroom and it it either has a walk in shower or it has a tub and a shower and if you want one and it's not there there's really no reason for you to go there unless you must live in that particular unit and the price is such that you can make those changes so you know it's a lot of common sense if you it's your house to do with pretty much what you want and folks will think we want to make changes in the kitchen or upgrade or whatever I understand that but but it was an interesting questions I was bringing in about private facility if you get the idea but anyway you've been helpful and I hope you'll help goes well today in its bill whether it's it's gonna be a fun open house I haven't done what I haven't done one like that where it's I'm calling and the save open house where I'm going to be outside the house is going to be open that people can come through no more than three people in the house at the same time and again with masking gloves I will have them if they don't have it so mark thank you for calling in and it's good to know I think one of the really wonderful things about owning your own house as opposed to renting your own house is that you have the ability to make these changes now if you're in a condominium if you're renting from somebody you have to get permission you can't just make changes in the condominium without going through the approval of the board and the design committee any questions about that give us a call you can reach is four ten nine two two six six eight zero this is Margaret brown and we will be stepping out for a break you're listening because you're either in the market to buy a home that's just.

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"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Show as an example of the difference between when private people. We'll take a justice or vengeance in their hands and win an eugene that a lot of packet loss there. Oh really okay. You downloading the latest episode of Mandatory her going on now actually. It's over my phone but I'm GONNA stick it closer to the window here here. Maybe that'll help. Yeah okay so I think that one of the glaring differences between the church shooting in Texas where the Off duty or the I'm sorry the concealed carry permit holder. Goes in guns down a guy who just started shooting people at the church versus whatever. The situation is where where police officers are basically held accountable for their actions as had this. Cw Guy The concealed carry permit holder. Guy Had he shot three people while he was attempting to kill this other person he would be held responsible for that in some our another and it's curious to me that the people that we expect to protect us we hold to the least level of accountability. And I can't understand that to save saved my life. I just don't get how people can think that this is a good scenario for anybody. The inspection well of the police to protect you is false false mark. I agree to the court. But it's an expectation. Yes it's an expectation that's in put in the wrong place because because Obviously it's clear that they don't care about the people and at the church shooting and I watched that video several gle times there it was just how how and POW that's how fast the three shots took place. Two of them came from the Guy Shotgun. The third shot was from the The security and he took one shot. Hit The guy he hit the ground and then everybody pulled their guns out but yet there was no hail hail of gunfire. Everybody was Ready to shoot if they needed to but everybody kept their fingers off the triggers and they made each year. The situation was secure and it was one shot to that guy. That's all now if the police had been doing this question because I didn't follow any of this at all I mean I was aware that it was a thing but honestly I get tired of the whole libertarians going on endlessly. About how good guys with the gun always stop it back with a gun the thing in just riding up the example of happen. We're proof where right thing. So did the did the armed gunmen who came in there to cause a problem actually shoot anyone. Two people are dead Because he and the and the gunman right he killed two people and the gunman himself was killed by one. Shot shot now. If this had been done by the Goon Goon squad there would have been two hundred rounds fired and they're probably would have been three or four dead by spent standards who they they would probably blame on. The gunman say well. It was all the gunman's fault. Even though the the dunes themselves are the ones that shot lead everywhere and killed innocent and people. So this is why I said this is by no means isolated When Eric Garner was running for the police the police running from the police in California cops found. I think it was a pickup truck or an. SUV vaguely fit the description and lit it up with more than one hundred rounds. I mean these guys dropped clip and dropped magazine and then reloaded in the continued firing into this vehicle with two women in it You know Empire State Building there was Some armed guy out there. I don't know exactly what he did. But the police shot a few people in the process and I mean yeah the families may get a payout from the the city. But that's not somebody being held responsible right like I accidentally shoot a couple of people in town and I I have the ability to stroke a check of one hundred thousand dollars to each of them or whatever that doesn't mean I'm not going to end up in jail or that I shouldn't yeah the goons have absolutely no responsibility. And it's clear that they know that and they act accordingly so they don't even worry about whether or not they're going to hurt somebody or break somebody's leg or twist their arm off behind their back. I mean these are the were coming down in the violence level. Now they will hurt. You break your fingers. Whatever because they don't need to worry about you ever coming back and suing them? The government not going to happen acts like they own your body. They really act like that. Well I mean they think they do. I think that the the argument is that they the the argument can be made that they do. So if you look at the lineage of what government is not too long ago. Oh the argument certainly would be made that the king owned you that he was effectively. The number one slave master on the surf farm. And that you know escaping you know like you can leave the property or whatever there's there's certainly people who got away with being bards and traveling salesmen and things like that but by and large you know you lived on the you've lived in the vassals lands. You you know you you you agree to all of this. Well what we have today the republic that we have today step directly out of and it existed in modernity with these organizational model so if we're electing our king for four years instead of them being you know the appointed for a lifetime by dint of their own birth. It's only marginally different. And the state does claim your body in so much as if you decide to use it to work they. I will take the fruits of some of the fruits of your labor. And by the way if they can take one penny out of your paycheck legitimately then they can take the whole paycheck doc. It's just how much they decide to leave to you. I mean really seriously. Ten percent is moral but sixty percent is immoral. I mean come come on. Where does this line get drawn? The state already claims more than God ever did in the Bible which is why I say that there should not be a state and the only way that we can ever have. Liberty is without a state and this is true. Gene may very very well be true but at this point no one's let us try it so what I would say although what they're gonNa let you try freedom. That's where the immorality starts though if I don't own my if I can't just own my own land and try living my own little way without getting molested on on my land that I'm not free. I would agree and the reason that they did. Did you think you were not i. Don't I knew you didn't they. They think you're free. You can't escape. Well Yeah I mean. You can't just stay where you are and do your own little thing. They you know they're gonNA come by and they're going to collect property tax from you. The land that you claim is yours is actually ours. You're renting it. It's it's not popular to say this because it defends certain people of certain races but the civil war did not end slavery it merely in large to the plantation. Would now everybody's a slate. Yeah exactly. There's a guy named John Ainsworth. And he does this Basically how Reconstruction Acts of eighteen sixty seven talk. which is really good? He's all over. He's on facebook and stuff but yeah essentially the fourteenth amendment You know allowed anyone to willingly become a slave you you can become a US citizen now in in US citizens or property to federal government. And that's what everybody essentially unknowingly Does he just consent to be property of the State Jane. Thank you so much for the call. Maybe something is on your mind. That creepy men eight five five four five zero three seven three three again. That's eight five five four fifty free as in free talk live. This is free talk. Live Talk Radio that you control you can call and talk about whatever is on your mind. That number's eight five. Five five four or five zero three seven three three and with you tonight. It's Aria J. edmark today. A lot of people are taking control of their own health. They want to.

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"edmark" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"About this they think that their party is that is going to die if they don't get this done because they've lost the blue collar votes to trump other populist conservatives down the road would probably get those same votes there's no longer there used to be in this country big loyalty to Democrats or Republicans it was instinctive intuitive that's changing people are voting differently we're one of the laggard states the Commonwealth of Massachusetts the only state to support George McGovern against Richard Nixon unfortunately and then that's just where the state is in the C. Edmark Elizabeth Warren who were part of that same crowd that couldn't care less about Americans who lost loved ones they don't care. the word collateral damage and every day when they go to work and all they're doing is concentrating on what they can do to increase our president is just another message every day that that our safety and and the sovereignty of our country is of no concern of theirs and don't look behind the you know the look at the guy behind the green curtain pay attention to the newest destruction that were feeding you today and and the Senate have them irv two votes to reverse president trump's national emergency to be able to get this money from the military fun to DO border security which is a national security ratio that's Republicans too yes eleven of them now that I want to remind your listeners we have a Congress is been complicit and they have they have spent a hundred and ninety eight billion dollars this year so far through last week supporting illegal aliens what programs are they still that money from where did that money come from my. order come from the security of and the protecting the border. a hundred ninety eight billion dollars we don't have that many they won't even get our president twenty five billion dollars to build the.

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"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Tonight. It's aria michael edmark and we just took the well some of us. I don't know whether or not michael dead but mark and we all just took the kinsey test. It's only seven questions so it's not going to be extremely accurate to no one's surprise i. I don't feel extremely accurate. I can tell you that i was smack in the middle bisexual equally heterosexual homosexual which doesn't really surprised me. You're sitting over there in a skirt with dyed. Purple purple and paintcare is fred mark all right. Maybe paint now okay. I don't know i haven't looked dallas and of pink but it's mostly purple and red yeah so no surprises there. I'm rather upfront about being bisexual. I think it surprises a lot of people who expect me to be like like exclusively intimate or whatever which according to some people would make me heterosexual anyway but let's let's not get into that because i definitely don't agree with that assessment. Michael results looking so on the scale of zero two six two six seven point scale yeah so i got three. You got a little too too. I came into the two. Also i wonder if they just don't put anybody at the very end of the spectrum my they want everybody to believe that there's somehow somewhere in the middle what this is where really strange i i got to say that the questions has to do with whom do you form strong emotional national bonds men or women or both or mostly or whatever and while i mean i have a business partner who's man. That's a strong emotional bond. I like hanging out with dudes because we have we share many of the same interests. Never have i considered the notion that this would somehow make me gay <hes> and then the other one how to remember half to. I mean no it doesn't didn't i've been sitting here thinking about the few months ago we were talking about. What the new york times called the buddist sex but i remember but sex it was talked about on free talk live. I believe <hes> so alcohol was involved. Yes alcohol was definitely. This is the <hes> there's no doubt the video version of freetalklive i guess that's correct and i think we got into it briefly during the show but we saved most of it for the after show and it is these largely rural self identified heterosexual dudes who are engaging in homosexual acts with other men while developing strong emotional attachments to these others but not admitting that they were developing strong emotional attachments and saying you know it's it's not gay to just occasionally engage in a gay sex at let's not gay we're just hanging <music> out right and pleasure each other's private parts. It was exactly as gay as it sounds. We're just that sounds like a case of denial. They just weren't calling it gay. That's exactly what he does and they admitted during the article when they interviewed these men that alert a large part of it was a result of them being ever places where they couldn't come out safely. Say oh yeah i'm bisexual because of all these social stigmas attached to it you know they weren't those fruity gay men who wear too twos or whatever they were straight cowboy working on the farm kind of gay brokeback mountain stuff. Yes yes exactly okay okay..

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"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:30 min | 3 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Live. Take control of the airwaves eight five five four five zero three seven three three with you tonight it's Aria Michael edmark and we've been talking about feminism and the perils of feminism throughout the last several decades at least <hes> but marcus well. He hasn't insisted yet because somebody's disagreed with him but he's saying that you know the the women's suffrage movement was largely tied to prohibition it is that would you would you would call first wave feminism the suffrage movement and you know that kind of thing. Yes ladies getting out of the workforce well. I'm not sure I just know that third wave feminism is where you'll find the turfs and the whole man's planning in command spreading nonsense sat. I don't know what defines I wave or second way. I'm not sure that I consider man spreading to be nonsense. I think that this may be one of the better complaints that they have. It just doesn't touch most women's lives because I think that the people that write feminist articles tend to be women who live in cities. The thing about cities public transportation is that thing about man spreading is is that I have not heard about man spreading outside the context of the London Underground The New York City subway and things like that and it's I've seen pictures of this. It's like a guy sits down and he spreads his like so far. He takes three seats Yep mm-hmm. I've seen legitimate compiling legit complaint. I think that it because it is a because it's complain about something that does not affect its projected out into the world as C.. Men are or a problem will win. The vast majority of us are not dealing with this. I can I sit in my own chairs. Most of the my life not in public transportation chairs and so I don't really think about this at all but if I was standing there I'd be like I just sit down and say excuse me and I'd sit down but then you've got the problem of somebody touching your leg that you don't want touching it. I guess that's Russian. I don't think it is but is it aggression. I technically technically sure if I sit next to somebody touches me without my consent. They're committing aggression against me. It just depends upon the extent to which they've touched me not if you go into a place where touching is expected and okay so if you do you know if you if it's reasonable to presume when you sit next to a plane next to a guy on a plane that you're two legs are gonNA touch once that happens no it. I mean when I'm on a plane. I often find that my leg is just touching the other guys leg and you know what it doesn't bother me. I've it's just in time in a place where two guys with pants on their legs touching. I don't think I'd be comfortable with it if we're both sitting in shorts but since we both have a pants on you know whatever I'll notice it that's happening okay and then I go on with life because I guess it's I think it'd been physically are more likely to do a little bit of spreading. I get it plus. Socially women have been told their whole lives lives ladies..

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"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:45 min | 3 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's Aria Michael edmark and we've been talking about feminism and the perils of feminism throughout the last several decades at least <hes> but mark insists that well he hasn't insisted yet because somebody's disagreed with him but he's saying that you know the the women's suffrage movement was largely tied to prohibition. Is that what you what you would call first wave feminism the suffrage movement and you know that kind of thing. Yes ladies getting out of the workforce well. I'm not sure I just know that third wave feminism is where you'll find the turfs and the whole manse planning immense spreading nonsense at I don't know what defines I wave or second way. I'm not sure that I consider man spreading to be nonsense. I think that this may be one of the better complaints that they have. It just doesn't touch most women's lives because I think that the people that write feminist articles tend to be women who live in cities listening about cities public transportation is that thing about man sprinting is that I have not heard about spreading outside the context of the London Underground The New York City subway and things like that and it's I've seen pictures of this. It's like a guy sits down and he says like so far he takes up three seats YEP and I've seen little legitimate combining. It's legit complaint. I think that it because it is a because it's complain about something that does not affect its projected out into the world as C.. Men are no problem well win. The vast majority of us are not dealing with this. I can I sit in my own chairs. Most of the my life not in public transportation chairs and so I don't really think about this at all but if I was standing there I we like I just sit down and say excuse me and I'd sit down but then you've got the problem of somebody touching your leg that you don't want touching it. I guess that's Russian. I don't think it is but is this aggression. I technically technically sure if I sit next to touches me without my consent. They're committing aggression against me. It just depends upon the extent to which they've touched me not if you go into a place where touching expected and okay so if you do you know if you if it's reasonable to presume when you sit next to a plane <hes> next to a guy on a plane that you're two legs are gonNA touch once that happens no no. I mean when I'm on a plane I often find that my leg is just touching the other guys leg and you know what it doesn't bother me. I've you know it's just it's a time and place where two guys with pants on their legs touching. I don't think I'd be comfortable with it if we're both sitting in shorts but since we both have pants on you know whatever I'll notice it that's happening okay and then I go on with life because I guess it's I think it'd been physically are more likely to do a little bit of spreading. I get it plus. Socially women have been told their whole lives lives ladies..

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"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:19 min | 3 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This is free talk live Cullen and talk about whatever you'd like eight five five four five zero three seven three three with you tonight. It's aria Melanie Edmark. Let's finally get into this article coming to us from Fox News about police suicides. And what they believed to be responsible for the evidently increase of said they continue New York and Chicago lead the country with at least five police suicides. But Chicago's force is notably smaller. So, by the numbers is considered the worst among police suicides, according to blue help. Chicago's taco has fewer police the New York. Okay. It's what it says really a smaller place. Yeah. I realized that as soon as I said, okay. She goes fraternal order of police published a statement after the death of officer Danes myth that blamed increasing police despair on the negative news coverage of police officers, Smith, twenty six thirty six killed himself on New Year's day. The fact that police, here's e would have been more appropriate counter saying the next day after midnight. So you'll read like silly stories say, like, oh, this happened on Tuesday morning, but it was like two AM. Okay. That's that's called Monday night. But okay. So So like. like. I mean for us people who, like stay up until seven AM Tuesday morning. So if, if it happened after midnight, they're going to count it as New Year's day. Right. So it probably should've killed himself an hour earlier. Well. Sorry Mark, the here's what I would say, is that first off when people drink and New Year's Eve is definitely known as amateur night. They're much more likely to commit suicide. Right. You drink too much. And whatever reason it's time to do it. I don't know why that is. But it happens to people, and I think that probably that's the reason here for officer Dane. And I'm sorry about what happened to him. But I mean ultimately. This is this is this is something that needs to be addressed by police departments. And police unions not putting out article saying, stop saying mean things to our officers. I mean, if you think that the reasons are the police are killing themselves because of the things that are being told them on the internet. Then let's start programs to address things that people are talking about on the internet, so that when getting because police are mostly following orders from the brass. So if the complaint is, is what the police are doing then a lot of cases, it's because the brass either condone it or directly told them to do it. So let's talk about how we can, you know, hey, let's make a better work environment for police generally..

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:35 min | 3 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Talk live. Take control of the Airways number's eight five five four five zero three seven three three with you tonight. It's aria Melanie Edmark as promised. We've got the clip here, the lunatic voicemail that was left by James Whitaker. Describe lunatic heat is probably the most honest thing he's ever said. So I'm not going to waste any time. Let's go directly to that. This message is for the luckiest man to be alive in Keene. New hampshire. Going to repair. Tone, profusely apologize, and pay me for me just a power Hold to. on for pausing on this. I'm I'm not gonna let this ramble on without commentary. I can assure you. Well, okay, but I wasn't expecting it. So I just quickly hit space, which stopped it figure that out. It didn't Paul's it. So now this, pay me thing is new because previously had been like apologize. Apologize multiple times. James, I'm sorry for whatever, whatever. Rambling screed that you're going to send my way and it requires it apology to stop getting the next one, especially the one where you threaten my family. I'm sorry policy. Do you want to offer him a sincere apology? I don't even. Sincerely, apologize for this. Listen for docks me smearing me accuse me of wind to murder your wife. I didn't him he himself, right? I think that are amplifiers found his information online. I didn't look for it. I don't care this guy, obviously, isn't going to come after me. He's been doing this for five years. Well, I don't know about obviously, you know, he's he could happen anytime. He apparently has the life skills to get from Tempe, Arizona to Keene New Hampshire. If he wants the concern of okay? Maybe I'm not crazy enough to schedule a flight just to come do whatever. But if I happen to be here for some reason, I'm still crazy while I'm here. So I mean, that's also a concern that is also concerned because there are a lot of festivals and things like that happening here in New Hampshire that he being a lunatic may be inclined just to go to remember, ladies and gentlemen. A law enforcement officer is in the same room with this guy less than a week ago. Having heard all of this audio from start to finish, presumably, at least been delivered. This audio two and a half minutes of it and chose not to. Arrest. This guy, ask yourself if you're being protected and served under these circumstances. Doc me, smearing me accuse me of wind to murder your wife in child. Call me a races creating face page Facebook page with my name on it, and especially for call me a.

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"edmark" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

09:11 min | 3 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Zero three seven three three with you tonight. It's aria, Melanie Edmark, and before we I mean, let's just dive right back into it because we were just having a lively discussion with a regular caller about the prospect of digging a extremely massive canal between the United States and Mexico in order to solve the quote border problem. And we've got burn calling it from Tennessee on essentially the same subject fern. You are on free talk live. Yeah. You guys have mentioned in aided about porn on earth out, would basically lower the wa- the water level. So the ocean and stuff. But my my thing is if you're just gonna move it to another spot in the water, you're just going to offset what you're doing. Oh, you are entirely correct. Yes. True. I don't think the gentleman's main concern you're right just to make that clear. You are correct. The gentleman's main concern is that. Somehow we solve I guess the border situation by creating more ocean front property, as opposed to solving the oceans rising problem. I guess there's still some mitigation to it in so much as any of the sand that is above water level. Sander material, I think is what would you call it any of the material that ends up above water level with still not still not be displaced or whatever. So there could it could be a rather large places, forty eight times putting it thousand times the size of Mount Everest. So it's a it's a big space. Yeah, I understand that. But excuse me. So his plan would be to throw it on top of land that is already above sea level. Otherwise. Yeah. But he also mentioned building an island. Yes, he did. Yeah. And certain portion of that, that would be be removed is already above sea level. So also, good point, as far as like you were saying, or whatever you were saying about every tissues, it the raise land. It was. Well o sea level. Like New Orleans parts of Florida. Whereas the ocean levels went down it would be compounding. The amount would be land. Yeah, it definitely would be. There are some severe issues with the idea as more excited before, you know, we left out for a moment ago. The guy is thinking, and that's great. We need creative solutions to the problems that we face. I don't think that, that particular solution is feasible. But I do like the idea of doing something that, you know, most people would characterize it's just crazy in order to solve a melting problem and I don't know if I even agree that the oceans rising art is a problem or if it's even happening. I don't particularly care one way or the other. But if it is a problem and people want to solve it, then we're going to need some sort of massive solution. It's not going to be oh, well, we need just recycle a little bit more each month, and that will that will solve the problem. It's going to take something that is the size of forty eight thousand Mt Everest, maybe most of your most or bankers. Or considered crazy. Yeah. There's no doubt. That's why that's why I'm very careful and calling this guy crazy. He has a big idea that maybe you know, not feasible at this time. I can't imagine it. But then again, I'm not in the earthmoving business. Do we have enough equipment in the United States that we could conceivably dig a hundred feet deep and twenty miles wide from San Diego to I don't, I don't know if anything's sits, there's any city in Texas that sits right there at the tipping point at the bottom. I'm not saying Texas. Oh, I'm sure we have enough to do it. Given us sufficient time. Thank you so much for the call Vern. I think it is a matter to, to an extent of the equipment because in that world where global warming or rising oceans are a problem. We don't exactly have a lot of time in which do this. You're not wrong. One person out there with a shovel could do this. If they had enough time. Obviously one person with a shovel with not have enough time, they would die. But I mean we the equipment is simply used to lower the amount of manpower that has actually involved so that we can complete tasks faster. I guess the answer is basically Brownsville there's a little farther port Isabel, which is saying, south Padre island, which are, basically, the, you know, the beaches of Brownsville, but Brownsville 's more or less the end of it's from San Diego to Brownsville. If this isn't just a completely insane scenario. I mean, people to ask it'd be engineers, not talk show host. I don't know about that. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. If you gotta get your idea has to get lakes, and somebody has to it's fully fleshed out, which he pretty much admitted that it wasn't well, the there engine years who are listening. So those engineers can call in any time, they wanted eight five five four five zero three seven three three and determine whether or not this idea is completely outlandish or whether it has some plausibility to it. I wouldn't be able to say one way or the other. It sounds certainly outlandish to me, but, you know, like the guy said everybody, who's everybody has had the greatest ideas in the world were considered crazy when they were first tried it out. It'd be opposed to it for other reasons but. I mean, one of the other reasons you're, if you're building whole of you're digging a hole that big, you're stealing a lot of property. Okay. Fair point. I was just curious. I mean, this is the main thing. I think that, that's the biggest problem is that we want to do this along the border. So there's what they call auction. Theory, let's say you wanted to make a road from. From here to New York City. Okay. At some point, right? You can offer you can pick three different brutes and offer the people along those three different routes. A certain amount of money contingent upon everybody else on that route saying, yes. And obviously the shorter your road, the more likely people are going to say, yes, the longer road, the bigger problems you're going to have, but not every road has to be super long just has to go from city to city to city that gives a tremendous amount of power to the one person who says, no, but the one person who says, no, there are three knows right? So then the one person who says no is in competition with the other two, does that make sense, explain so you have three roots, and you have three P there's, there's three potential one person knows and there could be multiples of those along the way but basically. There's three of us. Right. There's the between point A point be the three of us have land. And if you to say, yes, and I say, well, I don't know. Maybe I can get a little bit more money out of them. They can come back and say, maybe you can. But we have also made this offer to two more routes with three more people on it. So now you've got somebody else, who's you're in competition with. So it's not just sitting there waiting for that million dollar offer. Maybe you don't want to sell and you shouldn't have to, but there are theories that kind of go around the necessity of eminent domain, which is I believe what the counselor is talking about here. There are. But that's kind of beside the beside the point, because that's not what's going to happen. What's going to happen is the US is going to walk in and be like this is mine now. Well, that's what they would do because they could do it and governments, shouldn't have those powers goes along the border. It gets a lot more complicated, by the way, because the border is a line, and even just the ability to buy everybody out. The reasoning have that ability is through other acts of aggression that they've committed so have a. Quote, allowing them to exercise that ability to do things like completely uprooting entire neighborhoods across vast areas of land is also something I'm not a fan of if you, you know, go work for yourself and earn millions of dollars. Now, you want buy out of subdivision for whatever reason. Okay. If you've used have the ability to buy out, infinite communities, just because you still a lot of money. Why are we still problematic? Why are we assuming that the money is stolen? Visit.

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"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:25 min | 3 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Eight five five four five zero three seven three three with you tonight. It's aria Melanie Edmark. And although we've been talking about Neil Gorsuch, and his surprising statement, about how governments tend to abuse their authority. Let's go to the phones. We got Sarah, calling in from New Mexico. Sarah, your own free talk live. To ask you guys, do you think the state of Texas, you two different drivers will run of Saint pedestrians like two times like a bag of Lundy like they do here at Albuquerque is one of those math problems of word problems. If two cars over the same. Trailing fifty miles an hour. The other travelling forty miles now how many St. you get what, what happens to the bag of laundry. Benham over like two times like the bag thirty lawn faith year and croaky studied, Texas traffic, that hard, I have no idea why this. But, you But, know. you know, I back this up because to do away with a red light cameras. But yet the good ner. Certain things despite all the evidence that you might present her Sarah believes that red light cameras solve problems because even the slam on their brakes in the middle of intersex. Sara really wants is any impediment to using a motor vehicle at all. She wants everybody to around walking except for her that, she can ride on the city bus. Is that accurate, Sarah? Well. Modern society can scratch to har-. She doesn't care, but modern society can take the bus muttered society. Stretching out of the sky is an airplane landed on her her apartment at any time. She doesn't worry about that. I I'm bringing this up because, you know, in a state of Texas, they could bake remove all the red light camera. That's okay. And bigger do an time but they have to finish out their contract for fifty still have like a three year old one year with the company finish out the contract. But what I'm saying is that instead of Texas, do you think they would date are just one over a pedestrian two times just because they thought the traffic of the cars of the drivers in New Mexico or so much worse than the rest of the country. Am I understanding correctly that your, your primary contention is if they take out these cameras and drivers will just run over pedestrians because they're no longer video? Now, now that state of Texas, they will TQ as a criminal offense. They will put them in jail for like fifteen twenty years better. But they, they could make it afford to remove all of the red light cameras, but they will force the law, the police will force the laws illegal to run over people in New Mexico. I mean, I haven't New Mexico law, but I would imagine that it is. Well, I'm thinking they never they never get prosecuted. Even if the white away and the walk signal, and then the first one month them over a second one, I'd never hear anybody going to jail. How do you how do you not prosecuted? You check up on this. I keep hearing people do it. You know what I mean? They, they just life about that pedestrian is not worth much here. Thank you for the call. I have a really hard time imagining that, there are some driver out there who over somebody, and the next person who comes to. Oh, look, there's a human body shape, speed bump. I'm just going to plow over them to it's likely that it has happened. I mean, everything has happened under the sun. Sure. But. The Sarah is fixated on traffic on this, and I would recommend not taking her terribly seriously in this particular area. Somebody who has places to be at a time when we didn't worry about traffic, right? Like if I just have nowhere to be. I don't have to be on the roads at five o'clock. Six o'clock, whatever, rush hour traffic is she has nowhere to be. So she's able to just issue and just fixate on it relentlessly. You heard she did not deny wanting to see every single combustion engine on the planet spiked and thrown.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A nightmare for the state because it proves their so called services are needed sell four one, one is at Townsend's of installs. And of course, it's covered by the Pitcock. No government license still four one one because your friends won't shoot you when you're in trouble without the government who would build the emergency services, you and sell for one, one. Today and get cell four one one dot com. This is the most recent episode free talk live, presented by Seiko CA. I get interactive at freetalklive dot com. Live dial on in here and control of the airwaves. It's over number is eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three with you tonight. It's Ian Edmark forget, you can join us online head over to freetalklive dot com, and please enjoy the features that we have waiting for you on our site over at freetalklive dot com. There are a bunch of them, including the amp program allows you to actually support what we do here on free talk live, Goto, amp dot freetalklive dot com. And by the way, I want to say thanks to David Jeffries, who is a free talk live gold amplifier. Now, most of the features that we give to you on the side or free, so archives that go back for more than a decade, the those are free, the webcam you can watch that for free. I mean, pretty much everything that's there by default, you get for free. But if you want to help support the show, then police become an amplifier at amp dot freetalklive dot com. You can do it for five bucks a month. David is doing ten dollars a month. He's gold amplifier, but, oh, ask course five. And so we really appreciate anybody who signs up because it makes a big difference. It helps us to know that you predate what we do, because we do this for free, and, you know, obviously, we have advertisers, but we give you the features for free. Lot of other shows we'll charge you for things like archives livestream 's all that stuff. Most of these other talk show hosts out there. The nationally syndicated shows the big name guys. They charged five six seventy bucks a month and then you get access to their website. So if you pre share what we do, and you want to help us get on more radio stations..

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"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:32 min | 3 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Is free talk by ticket troll of the Airways, eight five five four five zero three seven three three eight five five four fifty free. As in freedom with you tonight. It's aria Melanie Edmark, and let's put the discussion of Memorial Day, and the tragedy that is suicide on Holtz and go to the phone. We've got Sarah calling from New Mexico. Sarah, you're on free talk live. Oh, yeah. I just wanna say that goes another neighborhood along central boulevard here. Two. Get that who wants to widen the sidewalk and Turkey. So, so everybody knows this is Albuquerque. Sarah, Sarah calls in about Albuquerque almost every day. It's very likely that she's gonna talk about pedestrian fatalities in Albuquerque, maybe, you know cars coming up on sidewalks or something like that. Go ahead. Sarah. Yeah. It's historic sixty six but I love what you think. Well, it's, you know, it's going one way, and two cars going the other way. And. Oh, and then the, the sidewalk here are four feet. I'm telling you, and, and it's no bicycle lane shine. Other shops that are like right next to those four feet. So it's like shop wall four feet of sidewalk. Then two lane card right next to the. That's what I was talking about. We hold on. Hold on Sarah answer, my question. I'm trying to determine whether there's anything on the other side of the sidewalk. So as like a shop LOL than four feet of sidewalk. And then the road these two lanes and then the other two lanes and then four feet of sidewalk, and then another shop wall is or is there any broom for expansion? You know, it all depends if those business, sometimes it's like a wall of right up against a it depends on have an apartment or business. And, and the, the walls are right, fair. But most of the time that if I could be laughable their space on the inside of the sidewalk, but on the outside. It's just 'cause you might have like two three two or three feet size. Continue that the sidewalks or too close to the road, are you? Okay. With them being expended. What is your position on this? The whole point is that they're gonna narrow. They're gonna widen the sidewalk and put in a bicycle lane and four they're going to use. It's gonna go from four car lanes to Parlane is that they have to go slower. This is this is what the neighborhood is pushing, but. It sounds like it would cause fewer pedestrian fatalities. Yeah, it seems like. Whatever. That, that scooter disaster scooters have make a ride on the bicycle lane. All of us that, well, that's what it was fade that pedestrian bicycle and east, the that's third will be all writing on that four feet sidewalks. Syria, you should have been a civil engineer planned all this stuff from the beginning. And, you know here you are. I mean, the talents ten years ago, I should have been born like nineteen hundred would they designed abode? I have no idea who designed both like this. Always being designed and redesigned, it's not terribly uncommon for a city or local government to decide that they want to redo a rose. So they pull up the four-lane highway and put a two down in his place. But you're saying they're widening, the sidewall, which is currently four feet to accommodate more pedestrian traffic. More scooter traffic more bicycle traffic. Right. So what is the end result of this going to be an eight foot wide sidewalk or larger? I have nothing between six to seven feet, so bad, if the, and then it's gonna have a bicycle lane, maybe three feet. So the, the scooters can bite on the bicycle lane. Maybe if they think of it, and they were getting more of these. Okay. So they're just opening up the sidewalk as well to bicycles and scooters. Right. I mean, the bicycles they have to buy the schools in the bicycle have to ride on the sidewalk. Nothing nowhere else to go walking to call right next to. Kriens into a few pedestrians in the pedestrians will never learn. So I mean that's what we gotta do. Sarah Payne is a pretty good teacher. Sarah, thank you so much for the call. You wanna be progressive scooters progress. I'm a bit confused by what's happening here. We have people skateboarding and riding bikes alongside walks here in Keene. And I'm not aware of too many people being run over by other people on bicycles, or scooters. Actually, I don't think ever seen riding scooters on. I can't really have an opinion on a sidewalk in a row that I've never seen. Don't know where it is don't know what the population's, like, don't know what the densities like how could I possibly, just like design the optimal set up in my head like without even doesn't care what you design in your health. I don't know how anybody listening can have an opinion on it. Either thing that matters is does it lower pedestrian fatalities. Well, it doesn't that doesn't matter either. The cars are driving up onto the sidewalk. You know that's only a fifty dollars fine here. Let's that hitting the pedestrian trapping on the sidewalk because only fifty. I was looking for something else like tinted windows is a higher fine. Then, like driving on the sidewalk straight up driving inside fifty bucks tend to think you're more likely to get arrested. If driving on the sidewalk because there's going to be really hard to justify. But hey, there's always a careless or reckless driving ticket to. Yeah. That's true. And that was that on for kicks. Look, we have told Sarah over and over again read the studies to our about red light cameras, and how red light cameras actually increase accidents at intersections and she doesn't care what Sarah cares about is whatever she imagines is dangerous on the road. everything outside of the houses dangerous. And she's very concerned now with the idea that people are gonna be riding scooters around Albuquerque, so she doesn't drive correct. No. She didn't have a job. So she just around culling talk radio shows all day. She's never had a job she listens. She's basically banned from the vast majority of talk shows in her town, because she calls every day that she finds out that she can call into free talk live. And she's, you know, she's not our worst caller. Certainly not. Okay. Yeah. But that's compared to people who like make death threats against children and call in stone. So. I mean that can be entertaining though. Yeah. But it is weird. I knew initially as galactosyl Sarah, because she was always trying to market, whatever it was some sugar or something, I don't know. And then it just became pedestrian Sarah, which is applicable in more way than one pedestrian. Yeah. So anyway, it is Memorial Day. And we've been talking about veterans suicides. Number. I saw earlier today was six thousand vet suicides every year since two thousand eight which is about the time. They started returning home from operation Iraqi freedom. I don't know what the numbers were before that, either. I haven't done exhaustive research into veteran suicide. But I do know that, you know. PTSD cases go up when there are wars, you don't have too much don't have nearly as much PTSD when people aren't out there, seeing their friends, are, you know, innocent quitter, clearly innocent people being blown in the little glob bits which is what the military does. I mean it's like the definition of what they do. That's a sole purpose is to kill people and blow things up cost a lot of money. There's all those things and in, I feel like there's a group of people on Morial day that get forgotten about Rx swept under the rug. Everybody in the US wants to be thank you for your service while you can't think the ones have committed suicide for their service. Those are the ones that we should be thinking among others that we should be thinking about a Memorial Day. It seems to me Memorial Day is a day, when you're there to remember not that most people do this most people out there, could hot dogs, we had hotdogs today at my house, and this and this. Case where remembering people who were so broken by what the military did to them and expose them to that? They saw no escape except death. That's what I mean. Imagine being in whatever the position is. And the.

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"edmark" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"So it's basically they take like eight or ten people forget the main cast amount, but eight or ten people who were from reality TV before, you know, mildly famous right? And then throw them into a house. And then you guys hang out. See what happens and then like few days in like, here's your ex are you over them? And then the exile try and break, so who is your acts that they brought Edmark's was a girl from Oklahoma. So she had not been on reality TV. And did you have to reach out to her go have to go on this thing ex on the beach, the probably going to reach out to you down. And she was like sure or how does it work head to make a list of my ex's? So what constitutes an ex like how long did date? Someone could be like two dates could be like does it have. Could anybody put an exit? They didn't like what if it was like you just made out with them for like two days. Yeah. Probably put that. Yeah. I mean, you could right. That's not what they want though, they want like actual relationships. But I mean, you still at the end of the day like, you gave them a list, but you still didn't know like I thought maybe they would just like, I didn't know it was. So you've lived at a lot of houses for TV. So you were in the bachelorette house, you're in the bachelor in paradise house for just a little time. Then you went to England for celebrity big brother actually after bachelor in paradise. I did famously single on E. And when you lived in a house, they're running from the shore, right and Malaysia. Columbus from UK. Now. I didn't see that. How was that experience? That was crazy as probably the was that your most fun or did you enjoy that the most that was? Yeah. That one was insane. It that one was cut up into being show. Didn't have excellent. Okay. Fortunately, but yeah. Without was the absolute craziest. But the thing was it was based around it being like a psychology show better. But had they just aired it as a hanging out in the house and the suit that really like happened happened like that would've been the greatest show that's ever happened on planet earth. And why didn't they just focus on that? I don't know why didn't just scrap the whole like psychologist thing. And just be like fuck it. Running Chad leg party. This stuff was crazy. Like, Ronnie, what do you think about Ronnie's horrible relationship? Now every day. They're in the news for fighting each other. But I mean, he likes that he needs that drama, right? I mean, I think sometimes it looks like it gets a little too far. But I think he needs that type of girl, you know, to keep him on his toes. I interviewed too many toes. Yeah. I viewed Melita right after that and hadn't show shown the show hadn't come out yet. So she couldn't really say like. But yeah, I can't believe they were together. Even and all, but he. Yeah. But he turned real weird possessive. Just like right off. They like went on some trip together. And it was like, you know, really possessive too controlling, and I think that's probably his issue that could be, you know, just really controlling and then you get with someone. That's the same type of person. Is you just too jealous? Crazy volatile boozing people. Every fight is like hold on. You wanna fight me? Let me put on live Instagram story. God. You can't get away from it. Because I hate this bitch. But I love her. Yeah. So have you ever had any relationship like that real volatile and use of them, I kind of need that little bit of alike. A little crazy crazy. I hate it. And as much as I say, I hate him when it happens like happens over crazies the best in bed like they say. Sack. What they're not just like the screw with my brain a lot and not screw you as well. Screw Screw your your brain. brain. Like, they took all their sexual energy and just turned it into like emotional turt- like what's the war?.

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"edmark" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:42 min | 3 years ago

"edmark" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"News talk eleven thirty WINS Edmark going late afternoon show since Paul speaking the bears to win two stories that make Chicago look bad. Edberg has finally been indicted for those of you know, anything about Chicago politics Edberg has been an alderman the city of Chicago for decades. But the position of alderman understates is influence. He's been one of the most powerful people in Chicago for that entire period of time. He's been probably the most powerful member of the Chicago common council and very little gets done in Chicago without his approval. He has always been presumed to be corrupt. But they've never been able to nail about anything. Now, they have the allegation deals with and they've got wiretaps, Adam. Apparently, there was a fast food chain a company that owns a bunch of fast food restaurants, including a Burger King. Why did you some repairs in Berks district and Burke instructed his staff to shake down the company, which is from out of state at some Texas. Hey, you wanna get approval for these repairs? You want to get the building permits and so on higher my private law firm. This is the way things have been done in much of Illinois, and certainly for much of Chicago really forever. The reason some of these aldermen are worth hundreds of thousands of dollars millions and millions of dollars is they're often lawyers in private practice. In addition to be members of the city council. Michael Madigan, the speaker of Illinois is a big tax assessment lawyer. So their government service goes hand in hand with the way, they make their real money lawyers stuff like that you want to get something done higher by law firm for the other work that you need and guess what? We'll be able to Greece through your approvals. The thing that makes the story extraordinary as people at presume that Edberg has been doing this forever. But he has been so meticulous. So careful that he would never say it aloud as John points out in his column. Today's Chicago Tribune all of this occurred on the phone on the phone on the phone on the phone in the end, Burke, just got sloppy. And after all these years he made now finally be going to prison. And now this by the way. Everybody in Chicago everybody in a position of power is a democrat that city has been corrupt for decades. And this crap of having to pay the alderman bribe the alderman to get anything done you want to do anything here. Hire this law firm higher. This bridge collector, you know, hire this person to do your landscaping you got to do all these things if you want to get anything done we take care of this. It's been going on forever. You know, who's to blame for it? The people of Chicago keep electing these people. They refused to open their minds to open the open up the notion of voting for Republicans voting for anyone else, and they have tolerated in condone this forever. I'm not saying it doesn't go out. It was concept. But generally when it does go on and we find out about it people go to prison. This is the same thing that junior McGee was doing remember he said he was the gatekeeper in is this to want to get anything done. You gotta go through me. Well, he got away with that for about two years apparently Berkman doing this for forty and then this you may have heard these stories they have been down peddled by soft soft pedaled d'oeuvres. What do I be downplayed downplayed by the Chicago media for some time? But there have been a lot of incidents in downtown Chicago over the last couple of years of Wilding where young people get off the subway and come into the high profile area where the tourists are the shopping districts in the loop of the magnificent, vile inch causing utter mayhem one of them occurred over the weekend. A bunch of people got off one of the Chicago subway trains, young kids, mostly African American and went to water tower place, the big high end call it a ball. I guess it is a ball Paul said he was just there. When were you there? Sunday and Monday this occurred Friday and Saturday it occurred Friday night and then sad. You heard anything about it? When you're there faucet evidence buzzer about it. They got off there, and they just started beating the hell out of people, and then they run away, and they go back to the subway or that is I it very very hard to catch them. Water tower as they say, it's sort of like a high rise. It's right next to the John Hancock center, and it's got high end stores in there, and it's high end mall. Lots of tourists high profile traffic, and they've had a few things like this in the past. It reminds restaurants in their Paul points out. It reminds me of the trouble that occurred a few years ago at Mayfair water tower, which is always packed with kids is now announcing they are going to have a teenage curfew of four o'clock on weekend. Afternoons the problem, of course, was saying daddy is what good is that gonna do. If a bunch of people get off the subway and just decide to beat everybody up. What are they going to say we're not gonna right in here and beat everybody up because it's after curfew, and we're not allowed to be in here. It's a significant problem. Social media's blamed for a lot of it that these things are organized through Snapchat. Another is that skull good out and meet at a certain place and beat the hell out of people. You were just there. I'm surprised that you're luck. You weren't one of the people that got smacked in the nose. That'd be the that'd be the last time you'd be going in Chicago. Where did you eat? You added Harry is you did every tourist thing. There was to do the, Harry, Harry carries isn't bad. Actually, what did you? What did you have a sake? You went to dick a goes. Jordan. All you need to do is go to places that are named after Chicago athletes, if if Mitchell Trubisky what had a steakhouse, you're probably would have gone to that thing. You went to Harry k well hoping days were you there? To say every you went to Michael Jordan's, Harry Carey's Indicas. Well, I mean, I've I've not been to the dick is down there. I have been to the Harry Carey's longtime ago give a steak or the chicken pursue B. Oh, everybody orders a chicken pursue vio. It's salmon. Oh, well, that's not very touristy. Cargo. Yeah. I bet you what to every play. I bet every place. You went to there was a single person from Chicago there. It was all people from Wisconsin. You'll going to those. It's a six twelve news talk seven thirty w I she was skeptical. So I told her again Jeanne it's true, you pay less for full service. And she told me she'd take a chance on us and it.

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