17 Burst results for "Eric Jerry"

"eric jerry" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"eric jerry" Discussed on Post Reports

"Many grenadians believed that something needed to change the more desperate that imperialism gets the moyed comes up with the most vulcan hus- style measures the trying to keep the poor oppressed people of the world. Who are trying to win the national liberation unto build their own teacher dumb. Mars bishop emerged because he was a large the life figure and his movement came at a time. When grenadians needed out tuna tips. era gerry. That is when a grenade. She's a senior lecturer in political science at the university. Of the west indies. She also grew up in grenada and she remembers watching bishops speak. He was highly intellectual he had studied in the united kingdom. He was a lawyer. I saw him a somebody who had a deep conviction. On employment ongoing. He came from the upper middle class and he would take on. Poor people's cases pro bono. In the courts modern attrition disease illiteracy and so it was a bit novel innocence but the caribbean that someone from that class would take on the issues of the paw with such sincerity as he did these claims and since not a visited upon the poor developing countries of food wound while industrialized countries continued to exploit the resources. And to keep the buffets. Maurice bishop had also experienced the worst. Eric jerry his father had been shot and killed by gary secret police. So in grenadian society. He brought something that that that people will yearning for in terms of representation. In terms of his charisma and by the nineteen seventies a new intellectual class had moved. The new jewel movement led by well educated radicals who seek mister. Jerry's removal by any means the jewel and the new jewel parties stood for joint endeavor for welfare education and liberation. Basically they were marxists and they promised to change things on a radical way sir redistribute wealth to prioritize healthcare and education for poor people and to end the brutality of eric aries regime. Gary came to office came to follow in hundred fifty one safety. By the use of adams he has throughout his feud in office consolidated mantilla's position in office by the use of items and today it is besides the question of violence again which is.

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"eric jerry" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

The Harris Beach Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"eric jerry" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

"The State Department of Health and Attorney General Latisha. James are looking into nursing. Hold compliance during the outbreak at the same time. State and federal officials are also calling for investigations of their own with a persistent question. Why did this happen? And what was the role of state policy in this tragedy? But grew of regulators and investigators, according to the governor's orders could put homes at risk of having their operating certificate suspended or revoked. This environment, cold operators bus take a proactive approach. Assuming that you're doing the best you can the best. The gators will see that isn't enough. Today on the podcast. We're joined by Terry Flynn. A former US attorney now here, speech partner with our government compliance destinations, group and you're. Also a member of that GCI team as well as our healthcare industry team ended attorney with several long-term Care Clients Jerry Miracle. Discuss preparing your organization against liability and compliance risk. Critical actions to take during the nation in post incident measures Eric Jerry. Thanks so much for joining us today. It's very difficult to say exactly. How this will all play out of course, but it's pretty clear that long term care facilities need to be ready before we talk about how they should respond during Investigative Phase I wanna just talk more generally. Eric what are some of the ways that long term care facilities in similar organizations can address liability and compliance risk on a daily basis. Everyone's a great question. And before before the the risks and the liability issues can be addressed I they have to be a dentist side. So when we reference long term care facilities, there's obviously a whole spectrum of facility type of licensure categories and depending on the specific type of facility, the risks and liabilities that that they're dealing with may vary, but at a very high level at a macro level each facility. Each provider type will want to. Together a specific plan to assess their individual needs the needs of their staff, the needs of their their louise resident in as part of that identification that they work their way through identifying the potential risks than issues. There's also a an assessment piece to that so if you pull together a plan, and that's a large part of what we do is working with individual facilities to identify potential risks and issues full together plan, and then engage in risk assessment as to how, but defied issues are going to be addressed. You know one of the primary challenges, and there's environment is dealing with identified issues that disabilities have limited time limited resources to address and also the situation where which I assumed it Terry may address later on where you have individual directives, objectives or requirement that maybe conflicting. When we say hunting you best address these I get a plan together I identify them rank them, and then engage council or consultants advisors to work through a risk assessment as to which issues will.

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"eric jerry" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"eric jerry" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"For some research behind other people are doing it because do the just that should be where you think it should be any does kind or you know? And it's it's every time we wanted him to play on. She's always in my hair. I really took it to the next. I mean I was Odeen on slum village by that point you know everybody who's listening something. I wasn't in the right frame of mind at the time. They did it right. Don't you ever introduced a stutter? At some later point Hell you know because you got. I consider of the next generation of drummers and I mean for a while what his name is John who jumps with on Tour Tall. Daru wasn't daryl for you for a second Jones was he not normally garel-jones. That's true but you know we grow brimming damn. I don't WanNa find out on my own radio because I'm about to be loud in wrong in the studio or live life okay. Who is your German that Jones Tall Black Franklin Vanderbilt Junior? Damn all this time the first time. It's okay doesn't legitimate. I've been allowed him wrong right people where they're born not bald in time because frank and our kind of position their drums in a very particular way That I just thought they were the same person based on how they're the only people I knew who snare drum leans until it's towards twelve o'clock clock again Jack Jack Jack Right. The smooth criminal lean. Yes so I always thought that Daru Eh Jack White's drummer now realizing that there's too so Franklin on the on the new now yeah. He's bad one day. I get names in places on the maps of right. There's also a singer and I don't know she. She's with shoes a friend of mine. Who went to college together? Yeah Zarar Oh yeah. How did Y'all did? They did a few years on the tour. The prince thing windows craft thing too. 'cause I called her. She was in town. Had her coming joined the choir when we did crying the cross here. How did you guys go? How'd you come across her through Eric? Jerry who was one of the background singers She she was singing with Raphael Sadique Ohka and they were opening for me in Europe and so we got to know her and then I just called her as I need three girls for the tour she brought him up and she she. Yazar we go way back. Yeah she's home. She got that gives us the shit. So okay so now in your your wise age and in hindsight I now. Get the stutter. Linney US getting dishes gangbusters. So I think he he won her. No but I'm saying that after let-live rules let love rule. Colored Ness Grease the year. So when it comes out You become a household name and even though I know you've had the bigger racks. Album is known the introduction but yeah it's over power and it was I feel like doors open for yes and also I would like to think that the effects of what happened during that first album is what caused the second album to happen. Because there's I mean there's some confessional. Yeah you're my dear exactly on the second hour absolutely so what I want to know is not that a person should ever regret moves or or any course their life takes but what was it to have success in. What occurred that in? Do you have any regrets of your initial breakout? I hope I asked.

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"eric jerry" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"eric jerry" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I'm getting angry to anyway. Yes. Ninety minutes to the center. Studios in New York. City home of Talking Book and music of my mind visions. Lot of Roy ayers stuff in Jimi Hendrix in. Ambuhl. My life in Johnny. Yes, wow, yeah. He reported that here. You, never recorded chose we chose. The reason why we chose blue, because well besides the enemy. They kept the same instruments forever in the same microphone, so that Phinda roads they've. Of all the equipment. That's beautiful. Like here is where he can. They Coffee Cup on top of the fender, Rhodes, though. Okay there's a lot of damage that. No one's here. I didn't injure comeback during the Voodoo session yesterday. and. He said quote. There's a discrepancy given drumming. Did. Twice. Everyone. Oh. I know you sent me a thing once you. I remember also take into my studio and thirty. Pistol. During the five album when I was making the five Oh. Man. It was me. I was not hinted at stuttering drums stuff. I was like all of us. Part of the? You. Know it took long like event that no, it's what happened was. What happened was I was meticulous in St straighter than six o'clock. And then heard that before me did that's the Grand Poobah line right there come on. Anyway, so basically. I wanted people to think computer. But then when I heard is a mind, and then when J. Dila. I was like Oh. They sound drunk like. That's cool, but I was still trying to be straight with with German and meticulous because I wanted to be like. Oh, man, that levies such A. METRONOME! But playing with D D Gis Naturally. Sounds like a whole cigarettes hanging from his mouth and he had some moonshine. He always plays super laid back in. Right and forces you, so it took me and Pino about a good three months to. FEEL SAFE To do that because I mean, you're also thinking what I wanted to avoid I was always with these program, but I always feared the day that another musician would be like. Is Fuck Donald All old school, my laidback two and four, and I was I was in that head, so we near, we took A. Level when you said that. There's something wrong with this and I looked at deal. I told. HIP could ask. He told me. Like this. With a new. Thing Professor Professor Crevice. Here's my question with. Booze like the album. Can you give us an example of where we might a heard that stutter just for some? Research. Behind. Other people are doing it. because. Do like the lowest. That should be where you think it should be. Any does behind or You know and it's it's. Every time. We wanted him to play on. She's always in my hair. I really took it to the next. I mean I was Odeon on slum village. By that point you know. Everybody who's listening? Something I wasn't in the right frame of mind at the time. They did it right. Don't you ever introduced a stutter at some later point Hell. You know because you got I consider. Of the next generation of drummers and I mean for a while what his name is. WHO JUMPS WITH? On Tour Tall. Dowry. Wasn't Daryl Germany for you for a second Jones. Was He not normally garel-jones? That's. True but you know we grow brimming. Damn I don't WanNa find out on my own radio. Because I'm about to be loud in wrong in the studio or live life, okay, who is your German that Jones? Tall Black Franklin Vanderbilt Junior. Damn all this time. The first time it's OK does legitimate I've been allowed him wrong. Right people where they're born not bald in time, because frank and our kind of. Position their drums in a very particular way That I just thought they were the same person. Based on how the they're the only people I knew who snare drum. Leans until it's towards twelve o'clock. Clock again. Jack, Jack Jack Right, the smooth criminal lean. Yes so I always thought that Daru Eh Jack White's drummer now realizing that there's too so Franklin. On the on the new tour. He's bad. One day I would get names in places on the maps of right. There's also a singer and now, don't she? With shoes a friend of mine, we went to college together. Yeah, Zarar Oh. Yeah, how did y'all? Did. They did a few years of. The. The tour. The prince thing windows craft thing to. 'cause I called her. She was in town, had her coming joined the choir when we did crying the cross here. How did you guys go? How'd you come across her through? Eric Jerry who was one of the background singers She she was singing with. Rafael, Sadique okay, and they were opening for me in Europe. And, so we got to know her, and then I just called her as I need three girls for the tour. She brought him up. And she she knew Yazar. We go way back. Yeah, she's home she got that gives us the. Shit so. Okay, so now in your your wise age, and in hindsight I, now get the stutter. Limit US getting. Dishes gangbusters so I think he he won her. No, but I'm saying that. After let-live rules. Let love rule. Colored Nat S. Agrees the year. So when it comes out. You become a household name. And even though I know you've had the bigger racks, album is no. Introduction but yeah. It's overpower, and it was I feel like doors open for yes, and also I would like to think. That the effects of what happened during that first album. Is. What caused the second album to happen? Because there's I mean there's some confessional. Yeah, you're my dear exactly on the second hour. Absolutely so what I want to know is..

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"eric jerry" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"eric jerry" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Oh my gosh. That's that's great. And he's looking at the instant replay right now. Oh. He's got his head buried in the camera with the little thing, draped gophers shoulder still. Time out. When they came out set the inspector general is going to delay his report. Right. Right. Right. Another ten minute commercial break. Here is the got his under the hood. Right. And while he's got his head under the hood, you know, all of the other teams going, what is this, this is? At the cheating team is looking at it saying they shouldn't be doing that. Ridiculous. Trying to change the rules of the game on the fly. Yeah. I just. I would just love to be a newsroom and just walk in the middle of that newsroom going seriously. Really, you didn't cover that at all. Because because right now, the narrative, it's a conspiracy theory. Let's walk through the documents and. Yeah. And tell me that Monica Hemingway, Kimberly straw, SEL, all of the people that have written about fan. Andrew McCarthy, Eric, Jerry. Yeah. Point nine FM. This is what's going on wanting to nine AM. I cannot be the only person thinking.

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"eric jerry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"eric jerry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Blue shield association is an association of independent locally operated. Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies. I'm ready to make my credits. Can I'm ready to take classes from university. That will help me build them my experience to prepare me for the future. That would make me feel supported encouraged an connected quickness ad or go to online dot EDU today. Springtime tips and fun facts. From Paul Kristen index ter- at total wine and more. It's peak season for asparagus, which pairs perfectly with a right and crisper, many bottles of champagne and sparkling wines are perfect for adult Easter basket and really cute to my perfect brunch. Belgian waffles with extra whip cream and a holiday poor your sweetest Rosa, whether you're hosting or just bring the wine, we love to share always low prices and ridiculous election this spring at total wine and more. Cheers. Eric Jerry, shovel and more the stuff you won't hear on the radio. Just go to KOA, NewsRadio dot com slash podcast. You can also search your favorite KOA show on iheartradio app. Major league baseball will not allow us to stream today's Colorado Rockies game. You're here. The game on your radio at eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Looking for something a little bit different, original episodes of Mandy Connell. Michael brown. Amazing. America's with Jerry, shovel and more the stuff you won't hear on the radio just to go to KOA, NewsRadio dot com slash podcast. You can also search your favorite KOA show on our I heart radio app. Major league baseball will not allow us to stream today's Colorado Rockies game. You're here. The game on your radio at eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Looking for something a little bit different, original episodes of Mandy Connell. Michael brown. Amazing americans. Jerry, shovel and more the stuff you won't hear on the radio. Just go to KOA, NewsRadio dot com slash podcast. You can also search your favorite KOA show on our I heart radio app. Major league baseball will not allow us to stream today's Colorado Rockies game. You're here. The game on your radio at eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Looking for something a little bit different, original episodes of Mandy Connell. Michael Brown, mazing, America's Jerry, shovel and more. If the stuff you won't hear on the radio, just to go to KOA, NewsRadio dot com slash podcast. You can also search your favourite KOA show on our I heart radio app. Major league baseball will not allow us to stream today's Colorado Rockies game. You're here. The game on your radio at eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Looking for something a little bit different, original episodes of Mandy Connell. Michael brown. Amazing americans. Jerry, shovel and more. It's the stuff you won't hear on the radio. Just go to KOA, NewsRadio dot com slash podcast. You can also search your favorite KOA show on our heart radio app. Major league baseball will not allow us to stream today's Colorado Rockies game. You're here. The game on your radio at eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Looking for something a little bit different, original episodes of Mandy Connell. Michael Brown, amazing Americans with Jerry shovel and more the stuff you won't hear on the radio. Just go to KOA, NewsRadio dot com slash podcast. You can also search your favorite KOA show on our I heart radio app. Major league at bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one in three Americans to make health care work better from pinpointing hotspots for childhood, asthma and taking action to keep kids in school to matching patients with a primary care doctors. They need we use our unmatched data and unique insights to address the needs of the communities we serve for the health of America. Learn more at BC BS progress health dot com. The.

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"eric jerry" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

13:41 min | 3 years ago

"eric jerry" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Red Eye Radio eight six six ninety redeye you know, when whenever we state something from the past will have somebody especially on the left, and they just when they refused to believe something will call and say, why do you guys make stuff up your line? Obama said never said race was social construct. I've got it right here. The Atlantic magazine we did this back in December of this article is December twenty second twenty sixteen one of the last interviews that President Obama did. And he said. I wonder how you came to think of yourself as black and why because I get into the discussion about him. You know being mixed and he said well part of my understanding of race is that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. There you go. Yeah. Right. So and it right there. There's there's the quote, so as we've said he is the one who mainstreamed the transgender activist movement. In this country with what he did with title nine in the executive order, and then before he left office when he was asked specifically about race is well part of my understanding of race that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. Right. And again, that's that's that's mainstreaming trans racialism. Yes. As they it was President Obama with the executive order on title nine that was part of the mainstreaming of the democrat party in the transgender movement. Which is why we brought up earlier in the show and Matt Walsh's column from the daily wire or he talked about Camilla harass. You know, just a visceral the president for telling them what they can do with their own bodies. And he said, well, wait a minute. That's transphobic. You can't say that the democrat party now believes, and you believe that it's just not women that get pregnant men also get pregnant now. Now. One one of the one of the things as we talked about in the in the women's March this year, one of the reasons that there was a lower count was number one the woman that believed in women's rights, but we're anti-semitic. But also those and the big debate in the women's movement. Does a woman have to have a vagina. Right. That's the debate. That's going. We're not making this up. We're not we're not doing this to be a hot talk show. We're simply telling you, what's in the mindset of what they're thinking. And and so they're the ones, and that's why Matt watch that was said he said, look, all of them are transphobic. Did they invite men to dress up in the white pants, suits? Or was it only biological women? Look at the bigotry that exist by their own definition in the democrat party. And so we we've been getting on this discussion with with the whole Lisbeth worn thing what's going on with, you know, with the whole the debate now within Democrats of of of the whole black face and the debate that was going on on social media yesterday that we believe was the evolution of trying to save governor nor them's governorship because every scenario that points out right now is if he's gone and the Lieutenant governor gone, and the attorney general is gone. That means the governor will end up being a Republican, by the way, it all works. We've done through Eric, and I went through earlier, it's like attorney general the new general agenda. Governor would be would they would all be Republican? I'll be Republican. And so they can't allow that to happen. And so you could see. The movement yesterday, but you could still still see the holdout on social media. And I gave you most of the scenario which was. No wearing black faces racist. And then it got well, no, maybe seventy eight years ago when we actually lived in a racist society. It was but racism had and then they've got to be a whole debate. But racism wasn't at all as prevalent in the eighties when these happen. And then there was a debate. Yes. It is racism is worse today that it was back seventy years ago. So that debates going on and this is all between the left. Yes. It was an and then the was no it wasn't. And if you would Myers, and this goes back to a Seinfeld episode with Donna Chang. If you remember that when he said, I like Asian women and Elaine said, well, that's racist. He said how can it be racist? If I liked them. But we're we're actually I mean, the whole the the the world has become what Seinfeld predicted as it has it not. Yeah. Yeah. And and so the the debate got to be y if you would Meyer somebody, and you admire them, and you do that out of admiration because you believe they have this great talent that you don't have how can that be racist? And then it got to the point. Well, maybe we still lived in a we still live in a terribly racist society. But maybe he wasn't racist. But still it was cultural appropriation. You can't do that. If you're white Justin Timberlake can sing prince dunes at the Super Bowl because that's cultural appropriation. It's still wrong. I'm I'm having the time of my life off the air reading social media. I mean, it is so dang entertaining right now. Well, the the the because the rule book is being written by Twitter. We all know how fast Twitter move, right? Even appears Morgan Piers Morgan was posted a picture. He said the difference between Twitter and Instagram, and he posted this picture of it. I'm guessing it's him his feet up in what looks like a private jet the inside of a private jet. There is a New York Times, of course, right there on the little desk area. But on top of that New York Times sits a glass of champagne. He said, here's the difference between the Twitter reaction and the Instagram reaction Twitter. I hope it crashes. The plane Instagram. Oh, man. I'm so jealous right now. But that's that is. That's the way he's not. He's not a conservative. No far from it. It's hard copy of the New York Times laying there, but it was a, but that is the world we live in today. Social media is writing the rule book, and we know how fast social media moose. I mean, you know, it you see it in your in your feet on Twitter. In case you missed it something that someone posted eighteen hours ago. Oh, we need you to see this because it moves so fast and the rule book is changing every day. So why couldn't the left see this coming? We did years ago and talked about it on the air and to really to no comment at all. And we're just like, wow. What's this thing's gonna blow up because on one side? You are saying, you know, for example, white privilege every every by person who's white privilege. Doesn't matter what your life is you have white privilege. You can't take that away. So you basically designated it, wait a minute. How do I have white privilege? If I can now if I can be transracial since Obama, mainstreamed it if you can be what you think you are. Well, then I don't have white privilege because I'm not white, right? How did they ever not think that this was going to be a problem? How did they ever think we're for women's rights women's rights? Look at the women women women women women women, oh, but not just biological women. A man could be a woman if they want except when we don't want the man to be a woman because we happen to be Democrats in congress right now and so only biological women. Can join us in all wearing the pantsuits. Well, wait a minute. That's transphobic Camila Harris stadium that dole President Trump. Is trying to tell women what to do with their bodies. No, not just women. Wait, a minute men can be women to men can be pregnant men can be pregnant women can be pregnant. What are you talking about here? That's transphobic. What's going? How did they not figure out that? This was going to be a problem down the road. Somebody say look when you have to. Contradictory opinions completely bolt as you say based on some kind of science. Here's the thing. Both the sciences in their mind or correct? Yes. We're the party of science contradictory opinions that you would come to the scientific conclusion that both are scientifically. Incompatible still both our reality to us because it fits our political narrative. Yes. Yeah. Somebody asked me how I do that. I'm not going to tell them, but the. But there you go that involves a finger. Let's go to nine. Connecticut. Tom, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry. Thank you for taking my phone. Call gentlemen, you just cancer. The question that I posed to the screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal less thing at its essence, a policy of racism, and bigotry and get one form another that h. Shoots there there needs politically when they need it at its core. Well, no, no, you just very quick. I'll let you finish. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing if when it fits our narrative it fits our narrative pretty much every much to give examples to what you're you're talking about. What am I good fishing buddies news Puerto Rican? I'm I'm a I'm an independent conservatives and whenever he shows up. He's like, hey, white, boys. What's going on? It's like really that is so hurtful. Yeah. Yeah. I it. It is really. And I've known this gentleman. I worked with him for twenty years. And it's like, I don't see him as a Puerto Rican. I see him as my buddy. Yeah. You know, it just and that that that describes and he doesn't admit to being a liberal at his court or philosophy Corby. He has liberal in his political things. You know, I'm I'm center, right? When it comes to put on fiscal matters. Center to snitch left when it comes to social and cultural matters. I just describes to an essence you you hit it on the nail. But, you know, much, and I don't know, I don't know your friend. But as I've been. Right. So I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I had been my entire life. I play less these days, but I probably played on every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I have played I have been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point. In fact, one time, you know, what are we gonna call him because they why was on a basketball court in Rockford, Illinois. And I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the N word, what do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white men can't jump. Yeah. And then I looked at them. I looked at them with the serious. Never forget. It was a great one of my one of my best acting moments ever. And I said, what are you like I was angry? So what are you doing? You picked the dumbest white man in the history of any character at. You know? And that's what you referred to me. And they all sat there, and they're all looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad. And then I burst out laughing. Then they realized I was just you know, I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They they most pimple. My I guess my point is your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious. None of that. No. It's all in it. And and that's the thing. I mean, we go back to you know, Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done today. But what were they doing the humor lived in the absurdity people that behave that way, remember the scene in the bar? Yeah. With when they went into the barn animal house, right? And that the the sensors wouldn't let them put it in. And they said we'll let shorter Richard Pryor. But does he think Richard Pryor saw that that scene from animal house and said, what do you think and he said? What do you say white people are crazy?.

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"eric jerry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"eric jerry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Somebody asked me how I do that. I'm not gonna tell them, but the. But there you go. It involves a finger. Let's go to Tom in Connecticut. Tom, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry, thanks for taking my phone. Call gentlemen. You just answered the question that I posed to the screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal left taught thing at its essence, a policy of racism and bigotry one form another that basically it suits their needs politically when they need your at at its core. Well, no, no. I just very quick I'll let you finish. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing if when it fits our narrative it fits our narrative, where do you much much to give examples to what you're you're talking about tonight? What am I good fishing buddies? Puerto rican. I'm I'm I'm an independent conservatives and whenever he shows up. He's like, hey, white, boys. What's going on? That's like really that is so hurtful. Yeah. Yeah. I it it guys. Really? And I know this gentleman I worked with him for twenty years. And it's like, I don't see him as a Puerto Rican. I see him as my buddy. Yeah. You know, it's just and and that that that describes and he doesn't miss being liberal. But at his core or philosophy Corby has liberal in his political thinking, no, I'm I'm center rate when it comes to flip on fiscal matters center to snitch left when it comes to social and cultural matters. But that's just describes when essence you you hit it on the nail. Enter show much. And and I don't know, I don't know your friend. But as I. And so I I right. So I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I have been my entire life. I play less these days, but I probably played on every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I have played I have been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point. In fact, one time, you know, what are we going to call him because they was on a basketball court Rockford, Illinois, and I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the N word, what do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white men can't jump and then I looked at them. I looked at them with a serious. Never forget, it was a great one of my one of my best acting moments ever. And I said, what am I angry? So what are you doing? You picked the dumbest white man in the history of any character at you know. And that's what you refer to me as and they all sat there, and they're all looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad. And then I burst out laughing. Then they realized I was just you know, I I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They they most people my I guess my point is that all your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious. Not. No, it's all in. No, it it. And and and that's the thing. I mean, we go back to Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done today. But it what were they doing? The humor lived in the absurdity people that behave that way remember the scene in the bar. Yeah. Y when they went into the barn atom. House. Right. And that the the sensors wouldn't let them put it in. And they said we'll let short or Richard Pryor. Where does he think Richard Pryor saw the that scene from animal house and said, what do you think and he said? What do you say white people are crazy?.

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13:46 min | 3 years ago

"eric jerry" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To talk. They've got the goods Eric Harley and Gary McNamara on Red Eye Radio. It's Red Eye Radio eight six six ninety redeye you know, when whenever we have state something from the past we'll have somebody especially on the left, and they just when they refused to believe something will call and say, why do you guys make stuff up your line? Obama said never said race was a social construct. I've got it right here. The Atlantic magazine we did this back in December of this article was December twenty second twenty sixteen one of the last interviews that President Obama did. And he said, I wonder how you came to think of yourself as black and why because I get into the discussion about him. You know being mixed and he said well part of my understanding of race is that it's more of a social construct than biological reality. There you go. Yeah. Right. So and right there there's there's the quote, so as we've said he is the one who mainstreamed the transgender activist movement. In this country with what he did with title nine in the executive order, and then before he left office when he was asked specifically about race is well part of my understanding of race that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. Right. And again, that's that's that's mainstreaming trans racialism. Yes. As they it was President Obama with the executive order on title nine that was part of the mainstreaming of the democrat party in the transgender movement. Which is why we brought up earlier in the show and Matt Walsh's column from the daily wire where he talked about Camilla Harris adjust a surrounding the president for your telling them what they can do with their own bodies. And he said, well, wait a minute. That's transphobic. You can't say that the democrat party now believes, and you believe that it's just not women that get pregnant men also get pregnant. Now. One of one of the one of the things as we talked about in the in the women's March this year, one of the reasons that there was a lower count was number one the woman that believed in women's rights, but we're anti-semitic. But also those and the big debate in the women's movement. Does a woman have to have a vagina. Right. You know, that's the debate. That's going. We're not making this up. We're not we're not doing this to be a hot talk show. We're simply telling you, what's in the mindset of what they're thinking. And and so they're the ones, and that's why Matt watch those said he said, look, all of them are transphobic. Do they invite men to dress up in the white pants suits or was an only biological women? Look at the bigotry that exist by their own definition in the democrat party. And so we we've been getting on this discussion with with the whole is with worn thing. What's going on with you know, with the whole the debate now within Democrats of of of the whole black face and the debate that was going on social media yesterday that we believe was the evolution of trying to save governor nor them's governorship because every scenario that points out right now is if he's gone and the Lieutenant governor gone, and the attorney general has gone that means the governor will end up being a Republican, by the way, it all works. We've gone through Eric. And I went through earlier, it's like attorney general the governor would be would they would all be Republican? I'll be Republican. And so they can't allow that to happen. And so you could see the. Movement yesterday, but you could still still see the holdout on social media. And I gave you most of the scenario which was. No wearing black faces racist. And then it got well, no, maybe seventy eighty years ago when we actually lived in a racist society. It was but racism had and then they got to be a whole debate. But racism wasn't at all as prevalent in the eighties when these happen. And then there was a debate. Yes. It is racism is worse today than it was back seventy years ago. So that debates going on and this is all between the left. Yes. It was an and the was no it wasn't. And if you admires and this goes back to a Seinfeld episode with Donna Chang. If you remember that when he said, I like Asian women and Elaine said, well, that's racist. And he said how could it be racist? If I liked them. But we're we're actually I mean, the whole the the world has become what Seinfeld predicted as it has it. Not. Yes. Yeah. And and so the the debate got to be y if you admire somebody, and you would Meyer them, and you do that out of admiration because you believe they have this great talent that you don't have how can that be racist? And then it got to the point. Well, maybe we still lived in a we still live in a terribly racist society. But maybe he wasn't racist. But still it was cultural appropriation. You can't do that. If you're white Justin Timberlake can sing prince tunes at the Super Bowl because that's cultural appropriation. It's still wrong. I'm I'm having the time of my life off the air reading social media. I mean, it is so dang entertaining right now. Well, the the the because the rule book has being written by Twitter. We all know how fast Twitter move, right? Even appears Morgan Piers Morgan was posted the picture. He said the difference between Twitter and Instagram posts this picture of it. I'm guessing it's him his feet up in what looks like a private jet the inside of a private jet. There is a New York Times, of course, right there on the little desk area. But on top of that New York Times sits a glass of champagne. He said, here's the difference between the Twitter reaction and the Instagram reaction Twitter. I hope it crashes. The plane Instagram. Oh, man. I'm so jealous right now. But that's that is. By the way, he's not he's not a conservative. No far from it. It's hard copy of the New York Times laying there, but the, but that is the world we live in today. Social media is writing the rule book, and we know how fast social media lose. I mean, you know, it you see it in your in your feet on Twitter. In case you missed it something that's someone posted eighteen hours ago. Oh, we need you to see this because it moves so fast and the rule book is changing. Every every day, but why couldn't the left see this coming? We did years ago and talked about it on the air and to really to no comment at all. And we're just like, wow. What's this thing's all gonna blow up because on one side? You are saying, you know, for example, white privilege every every by person is white privilege. Doesn't matter what your life is you have white privilege. You can't take that away. So you've basically designated it. We'll wait a minute. How do I have white privilege? If I can now if I can be transracial since resident Obama mainstreamed at if you can be what you think you are. Well, then I don't have white privilege because I'm not white, right? How did they ever not think that this was going to be a problem? How did they ever think we're for women's rights women's rights? Look at the women women women women women women, oh, but not just biological women. A man could be a woman if they want except when we don't want the man to be a woman because we happen to be Democrats in congress right now and so only biological women. Can join us in all wearing the pantsuits. Wait a minute. That's transphobic Camila Harris stadium that old President Trump is trying to tell women what to do with their bodies. No, not just women. Wait, a minute men can be women to men can be pregnant men can be pregnant women can be pregnant. What are you talking about here? That's transphobic. What's going? How did they not figure out that? This was going to be a problem down the road. How somebody say look when you have two contradictory opinions completely both as you say based on some kind of science. Here's the thing. Both the sciences in their mind or correct? Yes. We're the party of science contradictory opinions that you would come to the scientific conclusion that both are scientifically. Incompatible still both our reality to us because it fits our political narrative. Yes. Yeah. Somebody asked me how I do that. I'm not gonna tell them. The. But there you go. It involves a finger. Let's go to Tom in Connecticut. Tom, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry, thanks for taking my phone. Call gentlemen. You just answered the question that I posted screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal last thing at its essence, a policy of racism and bigotry one form another that basically it suits their their needs politically when they need it at at its core. Well, no, no. I just very quick I'll let you finish. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing if when it fits our narrative, if it's our narrative. Pretty much. Yeah. Rematch to give example to what you're you're talking about tonight. What am I good fishing buddies Moos Puerto Rican? I'm I'm I'm an independent conservatives, and whenever he you know, whenever he shows up. He's a white boys. What's going on? That's like really that is so hurtful. Yeah. Yeah. I it it guys. Really? And I've known this gentleman. I work with him for twenty years. And it's like, I don't see him as a Puerto Rican. I see him as my body. Yeah. Yeah. It just and and that that that describes and he doesn't admit to being a liberal, but at his core or philosophy in Corby. He has liberal in his political. You know, I'm I'm center, right? When it comes to flip phone fiscal matters on the center to snitch left when it comes to social and cultural matters. But that's just described swing essence you you hit it on the nail. Much, and I don't know. I don't know your friend. But as I am I right. So I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I have been my entire life. I play less these days, but I probably played every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I have played I have been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point. And back one time, you know, what are we gonna call him because they wa was on a basketball court in Rockford, Illinois. And I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the N word, what do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white man can jump. Yeah. And then I looked at them. I looked at them with a serious. Never forget. It was a great one of the. One of my best acting moments ever. And I said, what am I like I was angry? So what are you doing? You picked the dumbest white man in the history of any character at. You know? And that's what you refer to me. And they all sat there, and they're all looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad. And then I burst out laughing. Then they realized I was just I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They they most people my I guess my point is that all your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious. Not that. No, it's all in. No, it it. And and that's the thing. I mean, we go back to Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done today. But what were they doing the humor lived in the absurdity people that behave that way, remember the scene in the bar? Yeah. With when they went into the barn animal house, right? And the the the sensors wouldn't let them put it in. And they said we'll let shorter Richard Pryor..

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"eric jerry" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

13:32 min | 3 years ago

"eric jerry" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Eye Radio. It's Red Eye Radio eight six six ninety Red Eye whenever we state something from the past will have somebody especially on the left, and they just when they refused to believe something will call and say, why do you guys make stuff up your line? Obama said never said race was a social construct. I've got it right here. The Atlantic magazine we did this back in December of this article was December twenty second twenty sixteen one of the last interviews that President Obama did. And he said. I wonder how you came to think of yourself as black and why because I get into the discussion about him. You know, be mixed. And he said well part of my understanding of race is that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. There you go. Yeah. Right. So end it right there. There's there's the quilt. So as we've said, he is the one who mainstreamed the transgender activist movement in this country with what he did with title nine and the executive order and then before he left office when he was asked specifically about race is well part of my understanding of race that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. Right. And again, that's that's that's mainstreaming trans racialism. Yes. As they it was President Obama with the executive order on title nine that was part of the mainstreaming of the democrat party and the transgender movement, which is why we brought up earlier in the show and Matt Walsh's column from the daily wire or he talked about Camilla Harris adjust a visiting the president for telling them what they can do with their own bodies. And he said, well, wait a minute. That's transphobic, you can. Say that the democrat party now believes, and you believe that it's just not women that get pregnant men also get pregnant now one one of the one of the things as we talked about in the in the women's March this year, one of the reasons that there was a lower count was number one the women that believed in women's rights, but we're anti-semitic. But also those and the big debate of the women's movement. Does a woman have to have a vagina. Right. You know, that's the debate. That's going. We're not making this up. We're not we're not doing this to be a hot talk show. We're simply telling you, what's in the mindset of what they're thinking. And and so they're the ones, and that's why Matt watch those said he said, look, all of them are transphobic. Do they invite men to dress up in the white pantsuits or was it only biological women? Look at the bigotry that exist by their own definition in the democrat party. And so we we've been getting on this discussion with with the whole Lisbeth worn thing what's going on with you know, with the whole debate. Now within Democrats of of of the whole black face and the debate that was going on on social media yesterday that we believe was the evolution of trying to save governor Northerns governorship because every scenario that points out right now is if he's gone and the Lieutenant governor gone, and the attorney general is gone. That means the governor will end up being a Republican, by the way, it all works. We've gone through Eric. And I went through earlier, it's like the new attorney general the governor would be would they would all be Republican? I'll be Republican. And so they can't allow that to happen. And so you could see the. The movement yesterday, but you could still still see the holdout on social media. And I gave you most of the scenario which was. No wearing black faces racist. And then it got well, no, maybe seventy eighty years ago when we actually lived in a racist society. It was but racism had and then be a whole debate. But racism wasn't at all as prevalent in the eighties when these happen. And then there was a debate. Yes. It is racism is today than it was back seventy years ago. So that debates going on and this is all between the left. Yes. It was an and the government was no it wasn't. And if you admires and this goes back to a Seinfeld episode with Donna Chang. If you remember that when he said, I like Asian women and Elaine said, well, that's racist. He said how could it be racist? If I liked them. But we're we're actually I mean, the whole the the the world has become what Seinfeld predicted as a has it not. Yes. Yeah. And and so the the debate got to be way if you would Meyer somebody, and you admire them, and you do that out of. Admiration because you believe they have this great talent that you don't have how can that be racist? And then it got to the point. Well, maybe we still lived in. We still live in a terribly racist society. But maybe he wasn't racist. But still it was cultural appropriation. You can't do that. If you're white Justin Timberlake can sing prince dunes at the Super Bowl because that's cultural appropriation. It's still Ron. I'm I'm having the time of my life off the air reading social media. I mean, it is so dang entertaining right now. Well, the the because the rule book is being written by Twitter. And we all know how fast Twitter, right? Even appears Morgan Piers Morgan was posted a picture. He said the the difference between Twitter Instagram post this picture of it. I'm guessing it's him his feet up in what looks like a private jet the inside of a private jet. There is a New York Times, of course, right there on the little desk area. But on top of that New York Times sits a glass of champagne. He said, here's the difference between the Twitter reaction and the Instagram reaction Twitter. I hope it crashes. The plane Instagram. Oh, man. I'm so jealous right now. But that's that is. That's the way he's not. He's not a conservative. No far from it. Hard copy of the New York Times laying there, but it was a, but that is the world we live in today. Social media is writing the rule book, and we know how fast social media loose. I mean, you know, you see it in your in your feet on Twitter. In case you missed it something that's someone posted eighteen hours ago. A we need you to see this because it moves so fast and the rule book is changing. Every every day. I couldn't the left see this coming. We did years ago and talked about it on the air and to really to no comment at all. And we're just like, Bob. What's this thing's all gonna blow up because on one side? You are saying, you know, for example, white privilege every by person is white privilege. Doesn't matter what your life is you have white privilege. You can't take that away. So you've basically designated it. Well, wait a minute. How do I have white privilege? If I can now if I can be transracial since Obama, mainstreamed it if you can be what you think you are. Well, then I don't have white privilege because I'm not white, right? How did they ever not think that this was going to be a problem? How did they ever think we're for women's rights women's rights? Look at the women women women women women women, oh, but not just biological women. A man could be a woman if they want except when we don't want the man to be a woman because we happen to be Democrats in congress right now and so only biological women. Can join us in all wearing the pantsuits. Well, wait a minute. That's transphobic Camila Harris stating that though, President Trump is trying to tell women what to do with their bodies. No, not just women. Wait, a minute men can be women to men can be pregnant men can be pregnant women can be pregnant. What are you talking about here? That's transphobic. What's going? How did they not figure out that? This was going to be a problem down the road. How didn't somebody say look when you have to? Contradictory. Opinions completely both as you say based on some kind of science. Here's the thing. The science is in their mind or correct? Yes. We're the party of science contradictory opinions that you would come to the scientific conclusion that both are scientifically incompatible still both our reality to us because it fits our political narrative. Yes. Yeah. Somebody asked me how I do that. I'm not gonna tell them, but the. But there you go that involves a finger. Let's go to Tom in Connecticut. Tom, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry, thanks for taking my phone. Call gentlemen. You just answered the question that I posed screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal last is gym talking at its essence, a policy of racism and bigotry one form another that basically shoots their their needs politically when they need it very at its core. Well, no, you just very quick I'll let you finish. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing if when it fits our narrative, if it's our narrative pretty much every much to give example to what you're you're talking about tonight wanna make good fishing buddies Puerto Rican. I'm I'm I'm an independent conservatives and whenever he on every shows up. He's like, hey, white, boys. What's going on? That's like really that is so hurtful. Yeah. Yeah. I it it guys. Really? And I've known this gentleman. I work with him for twenty years. I don't see him as a Puerto Rican see him as my buddy. Now, it just and and that that that describes and he doesn't do it to being a liberal at his court or philosophy Corby. He has liberal in his political thinking. No, I'm I'm senators, right? When it comes to flip on fiscal matters center to snitch left when it comes to social and cultural matters. But I just described to an essence you hit it on the nail. Much, and I don't know, I don't know your friend. But as I've and so right. So I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I have been my entire life. I play less these days, but I probably played on every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I have played I have been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point back one time, do you know, what are we going to call him because they why was on a basketball court in Rockford, Illinois. And I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the N word. What do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white man jump. Yeah. And then I looked at them. I looked at them with a serious. I never forget. It was a great one. One of my best acting moments ever. And I said what do you like I was angry? So what are you doing? You pick the dumbest white man in the history of any character. And that's what you referred to me. And they all sat there, and they're all looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad. And then I burst out laughing. Then realized I was just I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They they most pimple. My I guess my point is your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious that no it's all in. No. And that's the thing. I mean, we go back to Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done. Today. But what were they doing the humor lived in the absurdity of people that behave that way, remember the scene in the bar when they went into the barn animal house, right?.

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"eric jerry" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

13:41 min | 3 years ago

"eric jerry" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Red Eye Radio eight six six ninety redeye you know, when whenever we state something from the past will have somebody especially on the left, and they just when they refused to believe something will call and say, why do you guys make stuff up your line? Obama said never said race was a social construct. I got it right here. The Atlantic magazine we did this back in. Oh, December of this article is December twenty second twenty sixteen one of the last interviews that President Obama did. And he said. I wonder how you came to think of yourself as black and why because I got into the discussion about him, you know, being mixed and he said well part of my understanding of race is that it's more of a social construct biological reality. There you go. Right. So and right there there's there's the quote, so as we've said he is the one who mainstreamed the transgender activist movement in this country with what he did with title nine in the executive order and then before he left office when he was asked specifically about race is well part of my understanding of raise that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. Right. And again, that's that's that's mainstreaming trans racialism. Yes. As they it was President Obama with the executive order on title nine that was part of the mainstreaming of the democrat party and the transgender movement, which is why we brought up earlier in the show and Matt Walsh's column from the daily wire or he talked about Camilla Harris, you know, adjust a visceral the president for telling them what they can do with their own bodies. And he said, well, wait a minute. That's transphobic you. Can't say that the democrat party now believes, and you believe that it's just not women that get pregnant men also get pregnant now. One one of the one of the things as we talked about in the in the women's March this year, one of the reasons that there was a lower count was number one the woman that believed in women's rights, but we're anti-semitic. But also those and the big debate in the women's movement. Does a woman have to have a vagina. Right. That's the debate. That's we're not making this up. We're not we're not doing this to be a hot talk show. We're simply telling you, what's in the mindset of what they're thinking. And and so they're the ones, and that's why I watched it was said, he said look at all of them are transphobic. Do they invite men to dress up in the white pants, suits? Or was it only biological women? Look at the bigotry that exist by their own definition in the democrat party. And so we we've been getting on this discussion with with the whole is worn thing what's going on with you know, with the whole the debate now within Democrats of of of the whole black face. And the debate was going on on social media yesterday that we believe was the evolution of trying to save governor norms governorship because every scenario that points out right now is if he's gone and the Lieutenant governor gone, and the attorney general has gone that means the governor will end up being a Republican, by the way, it all works. We've gone through Eric. And I went through earlier, it's like attorney general the governor would be would they would all be Republican? I'll be Republican. And so they can't allow that to happen. And so you could see the. The movement yesterday, but you could still still see the holdout on social media, and I gave you multiple scenario which was. No wearing black faces racist. And then it got no maybe seventy eight years ago when we actually lived in a racist society. It was but racism had and then it got to be a whole debate. But racism wasn't at all as prevalent in the eighties when these happen. And then there was a debate. Yes. It is racism is worse today that it was back seventy years ago debates going on and this is all between the left. Yes. It was an and then the was no it wasn't. And if you would Myers, and this goes back to a Seinfeld episode with Donna Chang. If you remember that when he said, I like Asian women and Elaine said, well, that's racist. And he said how could it be racist? If I liked them. But we're we're actually I mean, the whole the the the world has become what Seinfeld predicted as a has it not. Yeah. And and so the the debate got to be y if you would Meyer somebody, and you would Meyer them, and you do that out of admiration because you believe they have this great talent that you don't have how can that be racist? And then it got to the point. Well, maybe we still lived in a we still live in a terribly racist society. But maybe he wasn't racist. But still it was cultural appropriation. You can't do that. If you're white Justin Timberlake can sing prince tunes at the Super Bowl because that's cultural appropriation. It's still wrong. I'm I'm having the time of my life off the air reading social media. I mean, it is so dang entertaining right now. Well, the the the because the rule book is being written by Twitter. We all know how fast Twitter move, right? Even appears Morgan. Here's Morgan was posted the picture. He said the difference between Twitter and Instagram posts this picture of it. I'm guessing it's him his feet up in what looks like a private jet the inside of a private jet. There is a New York Times, of course, right there on the little desk area. But on top of that New York Times sits a glass of champagne. He said, here's the difference between the Twitter reaction and the Instagram action reaction Twitter. I hope it crashes. The plane. Instagram. Oh, man. I'm so jealous right now. But that's. That's the way he's not. He's not a conservative. No far from it. Thirty copy hardcopy, the New York Times laying there, but it was a, but that is the world we live in today. Social media is writing the rule book. We know how fast social media goes. I mean, you know, it you see it in your in your feet on Twitter. In case you missed it something that someone posted eighteen hours ago. A we need you to see this because it moves so fast and the rule book is changing. Every day. So why couldn't the left see this coming? We did years ago and talked about it on the air and to really to no comment at all. And and we're just like, wow. What's this is all going to blow up because on one side? You are saying, you know, for example, white privilege every by person who's white privilege. Doesn't matter what your life is you have white privilege. You can't take that away. So you basically designated it will wait a minute. How do I have white privilege? If I can now if I can be transracial since Obama, mainstreamed it if you can be what you think you are. Well, then I don't have white privilege because I'm not white, right? How did they ever not think that this was going to be a problem? How did they ever think we're for women's rights women's rights? Look at the women women women women women women, but not just biological women. A man could be a woman if they want except when we don't want the man to be a woman because we happen to be Democrats in congress right now and so only biological women. Can join us in all wearing the pantsuits. Well, wait a minute. That's transphobic, Camila Harris, stating that old President Trump is trying to tell women what to do with their bodies. No, not just women. When men can be women to men can be pregnant men can be pregnant women can be pregnant. What are you talking about here? That's transphobic. What's going? How did they not figure out that? This was going to be a problem down the road. Somebody say look when you have two contradictory opinions completely both as you say based on some kind of science. Here's the thing bolt. The science is in their mind or correct? Yes. We're the party of science contradictory opinions that you would come to the scientific conclusion that both are scientifically incompatible still both our reality to us because it fits our political narrative. Yes. Yeah. Somebody asked me how I do that. I'm not gonna tell them, but the. But there you go that involves a finger. Let's go to Tom in Connecticut. Tom, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry, thanks for taking my phone. Call gentlemen. You just answered the question that I posed to screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal less is consulting at essence, a policy of racism and bigotry. One form another that, basically shoots there there needs politically when they need it. Very at at its core. Well, no, no, John, you just very quick I'll let you finish. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing is when it fits our narrative and fits our narrative pretty much every much. To give examples to what you're you're talking about tonight. What am I good fishing buddies? News Puerto Rican. I'm an independent service and whenever he shows up. He's a white boys. What's going on? That's like really that is so hurtful. Hey, guys, really. And I've known this gentleman. I worked with him for twenty years. I don't see him as a Puerto Rican. Icy him as my budget. You know, just and and that that describes and he doesn't mitt to being a liberal at his court or philosophy core being. Jeez. In his political thinking now Senator rate when it comes to put on fiscal matters center to snitch left when it comes to social and cultural matters. But that just described when essence you you hit it on the nail. And and I don't know, I don't know your friend. But as I I write so I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I had been my entire life. I play less these days, but I'd probably played on every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I have played I have been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point. In fact, one time being what are we going to call him because they was on a basketball court Rockford, Illinois, and I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the N word, what do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white men can't jump. Yeah. And then I looked at them. I looked at them with a serious. I never forget. It was a great one of the. One of my best acting moments ever. And I said, what am I was angry? So what are you doing? You picked the dumbest white man in the history of any character at you know. And they all sat down. There are looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad. And then I burst out laughing. Then they realized I was just I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They they most people my, I guess, my point is your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious. None of it. No. It's all in. Oh, no. And and and that's the thing. I mean, we go back to you know, Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done. But it what were they doing? The humor lived in the absurdity people that behave that way remember the scene in the bar. Yeah. With when they went into the barn animal house. Right. And that the the sensors wouldn't let them put it in. And they said we'll let shorts or Richard prier. Where does he think Richard Pryor saw that scene from animal house and said, what do you think and he said? Everybody say white people are crazy..

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"Red Eye Radio eight six six ninety redeye you know, when whenever we state something from the past will have somebody especially on the left, and they just when they refused to believe something will call and say, why do you guys make stuff up your line? Obama said never said race was a social construct. I've got it right here. The Atlantic magazine we did this back in December of this article was December twenty second twenty sixteen one of the last interviews that President Obama did. And he said, I wonder how you came to think of yourself as black and why because I get into the discussion about him, you know, being mixed and he said well part of my understanding of race is that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. There you go. Yeah. Right. So and right there there's there's the quilt. So as we've said, he is the one who mainstreamed the transgender activist movement. In this country with what he did with title nine in the executive order and then before he left office when he was asked specifically about race. Well, part of my understanding of race that it's more of a social construct than biological reality. Right. And again, that's that's that's mainstreaming trans racialism. Yes. As they it was President Obama with the executive order on title nine that was part of the mainstreaming of the democrat party in the transgender movement. Which is why we brought up earlier in the show and Matt Walsh's column from the daily wire or he talked about Camilla Harris adjust a visceral the president for telling women what they can do with their own bodies. And he said, well, wait a minute. That's transphobic. You can't say that the democrat party now believes, and you believe that it's just not women that get pregnant men also get pregnant. Now. One of one of the one of the things as we talked about in the in the women's March this year, one of the reasons that there was a lower count was number one the woman that believed in women's rights, but we're anti-semitic. But also those and the big debate in the women's movement. Does a woman have to have a vagina. Right. You know, that's the debate. That's going. We're not making this up. We're not we're not doing this to be a hot talk show. We're simply telling you, what's in the mindset of what they're thinking. And and so they're the ones, and that's why met wash it was said, he said look at all of them are transphobic. Do they invite men to dress up in the white pants, suits? Or was it only biological women? Look at the biggest treat that exist by their own definition in the democrat party. And so we we've been getting on this discussion with with the whole Lisbeth worn thing what's going on with, you know, with the whole the debate now within Democrats of of of the whole black face and the debate that was going on on social media yesterday that we believe was the evolution of trying to save governor nor them's governorship because every scenario that points out right now is if he's gone, and the Lieutenant governor is gone, and the attorney general is gone. That means the governor will end up being a Republican, by the way, it all works. We've gone through Eric. And I went through earlier, it's like attorney general the general governor would be would they would all be Republican? I'll be Republican. And so they can't allow that to happen. And so you could see the. The movement yesterday, but you could still still see the holdout on social media. And I gave you most of the scenario which was. No wearing black faces racist. And then it got well, no, maybe seventy eighty years ago when we actually lived in a racist society. It was but racism had and then they've got to be whole debate. But racism wasn't at all as prevalent in the eighties when these happen. And then there was a debate. Yes. It is racism is worse today than it was back seventy years ago. So that debates going on and this is all between the left. Yes. It was. And the was no it wasn't. And if you admires and this was back to a Seinfeld episode with Donna Chang. If you remember that when he said, I like Asian women and Elaine said, well, that's racist. He said how can it be racist? If I liked them. But we're we're actually I mean, the whole the the the world has become what Seinfeld predicted as it has it not. Yeah. And and so the the debate got to be if you would Meyer somebody, and you admire them, and you do that out of admiration because you believe they have this great talent that you don't have how can that be racist? And then it got to the point. Well, maybe we still lived in a we still live in a terribly racist society. But maybe he wasn't racist. But still it was cultural appropriation. You can't do that. If you're white Justin Timberlake can sing prince tunes at the Super Bowl because that's cultural appropriation. It's still wrong. I'm I'm having the time of my life off the air reading social media. I mean, it is so dang entertaining right now. Well, the the because the rule book is being written by Twitter. We all know how fast Twitter move, right? Even appears Morgan Piers Morgan was posted the picture. He said the difference between Twitter Instagram post this picture of it. I'm guessing it's him his feet up in what looks like a private jet the inside of a private jet. There is a New York Times, of course, right there on the little desk area. But on top of that New York Times sits a glass of champagne. He said, here's the difference between the Twitter reaction and the Instagram reaction Twitter. I hope it crashes. The plane Instagram. Oh, man. I'm so jealous right now. But that's that is. That's why the way he's not. He's not a conservative. No far from it. Hard copy of the New York Times laying there, but it was a, but that is the world we live in today. Social media is writing the rule book. We know how fast social media loose. I mean, you know, it you see it in your in your feet on Twitter. In case you missed it something that's someone posted eighteen hours ago. Oh, we need you to see this because it moves so fast and the rule book is changing. Every every why couldn't the left see this coming. We did years ago and talked about it on the air and to really to no comment at all. And and we're just like, wow. What's this thing's all gonna blow up because on one side? You are saying, you know, for example, white privilege every by person is white privilege. Doesn't matter what your life is you have white privilege. You can't take that away. So you basically designated it will wait a minute. How do I have white privilege? If I can now if I can be transracial since the Obama, mainstreamed it if you can be what you think you are. Well, then I don't have white privilege because I'm not white, right? How did they ever not think that this was going to be a problem? How did they ever think we're for women's rights women's rights? Look in the women women women women women women, oh, but not just biological women. A man could be a woman if they want except when we don't want the man to be a woman because we happen to be Democrats in congress right now and so only biological women. Can join us in all wearing the pantsuits will wait a minute. That's transphobic, Camila Harris stadium that dole. President Trump is trying to tell women what to do with their bodies. No, not just women. Wait, a minute men can be women to men can be pregnant men can be pregnant women can be pregnant. What are you talking about here? That's transphobic. What's going? How did they not figure out that? This was going to be a problem down the road. How somebody say look when you have to. Contradictory. Opinions completely both as you say based on some kind of science. Here's the thing. Both the sciences in their mind or correct? Yes. We're the party of science contradictory opinions that you would come to the scientific conclusion that both are scientifically. Incompatible still both our reality to us because it fits our political narrative. Yes. Yeah. Somebody asks me how I do that. I'm not gonna tell them, but the. But there you go that involves a finger. Let's go to Tom in Connecticut. Tom, welcome your radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry, thanks for taking my phone. Call gentlemen. You just answered the question that I posed screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal last is gym thing at its essence, eight policy of racism and bigotry. Get one form another that, basically shoots there there needs politically when they need it. At its core. Well, no, no dumb. Just very quick. I'll let you finish. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing if when it fits our narrative, if it's our narrative pretty much every much to give example to what you're you're talking about tonight. What am I good fishing? Buddies moves Puerto Rican. I'm I'm I'm an independent conservatives and whenever he you whenever he shows up. He's like, hey, white, boys. What's going on? That's like really that is so hurtful. Hey, guys, really. And I've known this gentleman. I work with him for twenty years. It's like I don't see him as a Puerto Rican. I see him as my body. Let's go session. You know, it's just and and that that that describes and he doesn't mitt to being a liberal, but at his court or philosophy in Corby, he has liberal in his political thanking now I'm Senator rate when it comes to put on fiscal matters center to snitch left when it comes to social and cultural matters. But I just described to an essence you you hit it on the nail. Enter show much, and I don't know, I don't know, your friend. But as I. Right. So I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I have been my entire life. I play less these days, but I probably played on every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I have played I have been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point. In fact, one time being what are we going to call him because they why was on a basketball court Rockford, Illinois, and I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the N word, what do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white men can't jump. Yeah. And then I looked at them. I looked at them with a serious. I never forget. It was a great one of my one of my best acting moments ever. And I said what do you like I was angry? So what are you doing? You picked the dumbest white man in the history of any character. And you know. And that's what you referred to me. And they all sat there, and they're all looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad and burst out laughing. Then they realized I was just you know, I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They most pimple. My I guess my point is on your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious. Not that. No, it's all in. No, it it. And and that's the thing. I mean, we go back to Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done. Today. But it what were they doing? The humor lived in the absurdity people that behave that way remember the scene in the bar. Yeah. Y when they went into the barn animal house, right? And the the the sensors wouldn't let them put it in. And they said we'll let shorter Richard Pryor. Right. As he think Richard Pryor saw that scene from animal house and said, what do you think and he said? What do you say white people are crazy? Well, more. Modern example, more recent example, a Jamie FOX talking on a podcast one time and the talking about look this is comedy. Yeah. It's comedy. But the left can never lighten up Francis. Eight six six ninety redeye coming up more.

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13:23 min | 3 years ago

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"Six ninety. Right. I, you know, when whenever we state something from the past will have somebody especially on the left, and they just when they refused to believe something will call and say, why do you guys make stuff up your line? Obama said never said race was a social construct. I've got it right here. The Atlantic magazine we did this back in December of this article December twenty second twenty sixteen one of the last interviews that President Obama did. And he said. I wonder how you came to think of yourself as black and why because I get into the discussion about him, you know, being mixed and he said well part of my understanding of race is that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. There you go. Yeah. Right. So and right there there's there's the quilt. So as we've said, he is the one who mainstreamed the transgender activists movement in this country with what he did with title nine in the executive order and then before he left office when he was asked specifically about race. Well, part of my understanding of race that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. Right. And again, that's that's that's mainstreaming trans racialism. Yes. As they it was President Obama with the executive order on title nine that was part of the mainstreaming of the democrat party in the transgender movement. Which is why we brought up earlier in the show and Matt Walsh's column from the daily wire where he talked about Camilla Harris, you know, just a visceral the president for you're telling them what they can do with their own bodies. And he said, well, wait a minute. That's transphobic. Bec-? You can't say that the democrat party now believes, and you believe that it's just not women that get pregnant men also get pregnant now one of one of the one of the things as we talked about in the in the women's March this year, one of the reasons that there was a lower count was number one the women that believed in women's rights, but we're anti-semitic. But also those and the big debate in the women's movement. Does a woman have to have a vagina. Right know, that's the debate. That's going. We're not making this up. We're not we're not doing this to be a hot talk show. We're simply telling you, what's in the mindset of what they're thinking. And and so they're the ones, and that's why watch who said he said, look, all of them are transphobic. Did they invite men to dress up in the white pantsuits or was it only biological women? Look at the bigotry that exist by their own definition in the democrat party. And so we we've been getting on this discussion with with the whole is worn thing what's going on with you know, with the whole debate. Now within Democrats of of of the whole black face and the debate that was going on on social media yesterday that we believe was the evolution of trying to save governor nor them's governorship because every scenario that points out right now is if he's gone and the Lieutenant governor gone, and the attorney general is gone. That means the governor will end up being a Republican, by the way, it all works. We've gone through Eric. And I went through earlier, it's like a new attorney general the governor would be would they would all be Republican? I'll be Republican. And so they can't allow that to happen. And so you could see them. Movement yesterday, but you could still still see the holdout on social media. And I gave you the most of the scenario which was. No wearing black faces racist. And then it got well, no, maybe seventy eighty years ago when we actually lived in a racist society. It was but racism had and then they've got to be a whole debate. But racism wasn't at all as prevalent in the eighties when these happen. And then there was a debate. Yes. It is racism is worse today than it was back seventy years ago. So that debates going on and this is all between the left. Yes. It was. And the was no it wasn't. And if you admires and this goes back to a Seinfeld episode with Donna Chang. If you remember that when he said, I like Asian women and Elaine said, well, that's racist. He said how can it be racist? If I liked them. But we're we're actually I mean, the whole the the the world has become what Seinfeld predicted as it has it. Not. Yes. Yeah. And and so the the debate got to be y if you admire somebody, and you admire them, and you do that out of ad. Mauritian because you believe they have this great talent that you don't have how can that be racist? And then it got to the point. Well, maybe we still lived in a we still live in a terribly racist society. But maybe he wasn't racist. But still it was cultural appropriation. You can't do that. If you're white Justin Timberlake can sing prince dunes at the Super Bowl because that's cultural appropriation. It's still wrong. I'm I'm having the time of my life off the air reading social media. I mean, it is so dang entertaining right now. Well, the the the because the rule book is being written by Twitter. We all know how fast Twitter move, right? Even appears Morgan Piers Morgan was posted a picture. He said the difference between Twitter and Instagram post this picture of it. I'm guessing it's him his feet up in what looks like a private jet the inside of a private jet. There is a New York Times, of course, right there on the little desk area. But on top of that New York Times sits a glass of champagne. He said, here's the difference between the Twitter reaction and the Instagram reaction Twitter. I hope it crashes. The plane Instagram. Oh, man. I'm so jealous right now. But that's that is. That's by the way, he's not. He's not a conservative. No far from it. Thirty copy hard copy of the New York Times laying there, but it was but that is the world we live in today. Social media is writing the rule book, and we know how fast social media loose. I mean, you know, it you see it in your in your feet on Twitter. In case, you missed it something that someone posted eighteen hours ago, we need you to see this because it moves so fast and the rule book is changing every every day. So why couldn't the left see this coming? We did years ago and talked about it on the air and to really to no comment at all. And we're just like, wow. What's this thing's all gonna blow up because on one side? You are saying, you know, for example, white privilege every white person is white privilege. Doesn't matter what your life is you have white privilege. You can't take that away. So you've basically designated it will wait a minute. How do I have white privilege? If I can now if I can be transracial since whereas into Obama, mainstreamed it if you can be what you think you are. Well, then I don't have white privilege because I'm not white, right? How did they ever not think that this was going to be a problem? How did they ever think where for Roma? Means rights women's rights. Look at the women women women women women women, oh, but not just biological women. A man could be a woman if they want except when we don't want the man to be a woman because we happen to be Democrats in congress right now and so only biological women. Can join us in all wearing the pantsuits will wait a minute. That's transphobic, Camila Harris stating that oh, President Trump is trying to tell women what to do with their bodies. No, not just women. When wait a minute men can be women to men can be pregnant men can be pregnant women can be pregnant. What are you talking about here? That's transphobic. What's going? How did they not figure out that? This was going to be a problem down the road. How did somebody say look when you have two contradictory? Opinions completely both as you say based on some kind of science. Here's the thing. Both the sciences in their mind or correct? Yes. We're the party of science contradictory opinions that you would come to the scientific conclusion that both are scientifically incompatible still both our reality to us because it fits our political narrative. Yes. Yeah. Somebody asked me how I do that. I'm not gonna tell them the. But there you go that involves a finger. Let's go to Tom in Connecticut. Tom, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry, thanks for taking my phone. Call gentlemen, you just cancer. The question that I posted a screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal less thing. At its essence, a policy of racism, and bigotry one form another that, basically it suits their needs politically when they need it at at its core. Well, no, no, John, you just very quick I'll let you finish. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing if when it fits our narrative fits our narrative. Pretty much. Yeah. Pretty much to give example to what you're you're talking about tonight. What am I good fishing? Buddies moves Puerto Rican. I'm I'm I'm an independent conservatives and whenever he on every shows up. He's like, hey, white, boys. What's going on? That's like really that is so hurtful. Yeah. Yeah. It it's really this gentleman. I worked with him for twenty years. And it's like, I don't see him as a Puerto Rican. I see him as my body. Yeah. You know, and and that that that describes and he doesn't admit to being a liberal, but at his court or philosophy incorporating he has embassies in his political. Thank you know. I'm I'm center, right? When it comes to flip phone fiscal matters. Center to snitch left when it comes to social and cultural matters. But I just describes to an essence you you hit it on the nail. You know, much, and and I don't know, I don't know your friend. But as I. Right. So I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I have been my entire life. I I play less these days, but I probably played on every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I have played I have been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point. In fact, one time being what are we going to call him because they was on a basketball court in Rockford Illinois, and I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the N word, what do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white men can't jump. Yeah. And then I looked at them. I looked at them with a serious. I'll never forget. It was a great one of my one of my best acting moments ever. And I said, what are you like I was angry? So what are you doing? You picked the dumbest white man in the history of any character at. To me, and they all sat there, and they're all looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad. And then I burst out laughing. Then they realized I was just you know, I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They they most pimple. My I guess my point is your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious. None of that. No. It's all in. Oh, no it. And and and that's the thing. I mean, we go back to Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done today. But what were they doing the humor lived in the absurdity people that behave that way, remember the scene in the bar?.

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"You go. Yeah. Right. So and right there there's there's the quote, so as we've said he is the one who mainstreamed the transgender activist movement in this country with what he did with title nine in the executive order and then before he left office when he was asked specifically about race is well part of my understanding of race that it's more of a social construct, then a biological reality. Right. And again, that's that's that's mainstreaming trans racialism. Yes. As they it was President Obama with the executive order on title nine that was part of the mainstreaming of the democrat party in the transgender movement. Which is why we brought up earlier in the show and Matt Walsh column from the daily wire or he talked about Camilla harass, you know, adjust a the president for you're telling them what they can do with their own bodies. And he said, well, wait a minute. That's transphobic. You can't say that the democrat party now believes, and you believe that it's just not women that get pregnant men also get pregnant now one one of the one of the things as we talked about in the in the women's March this year, one of the reasons that there was a lower count was number one the woman that believed in women's rights, but we're anti-semitic. But also those and the big debate in the women's movement. Does a woman have to have a vagina. Right know, that's the debate. That's going. We're not making this up. We're not we're not doing this to be a hot talk show. We're simply telling you, what's in the mindset of what they're thinking. And and so they're the ones, and that's why Matt watch that was said he said, look, all of them are transphobic. Did they invite men to dress up in the white pants, suits? Or was it only biological women? Look at the bigotry that exist by their own definition in the democrat party. And so we we've been getting on this discussion with with the whole Lisbeth worn thing what's going on with, you know, with the whole the debate now within Democrats of of of the whole black face and the debate that was going on on social media yesterday that we believe was the evolution of trying to save governor nor them's governorship because every scenario that points out right now is if he's gone and the Lieutenant governor's gone, and the attorney general is gone. That means the governor will end up being a Republican, by the way, it all works gone through Eric. And I went through a earlier, it's attorney general the new general governor would be would they would all be Republican? I'll be Republican. And so they can't allow that to happen. And so you could see the. The movement yesterday, but you could still still see the holdout on social media, and I gave you most of the scenario which was why no wearing black faces racist. And then it got well, no, maybe seventy eighty years ago when we actually lived in a racist society. It was but racism had. And then they've got to be a debate. But racism wasn't at all as prevalent in the eighties when these happen. And then there was a debate. Yes. It is racism is worse. It today that it was back seventy years ago. So that debates going on and this is all between the left. Yes. It was an and the was no it wasn't. And if you would Myers, and this goes back to a Seinfeld episode with Donna Chang. If you remember that when he said, I like Asian women and lane said, well, that's racist. He said how could it be racist? If I liked them. But we're we're actually I mean, the whole the the the world has become what Seinfeld predicted as it has it not. Yeah. And and so the the debate got to be y if you would Meyer somebody, and you admire them, and you do that out of admiration because you believe they have this great talent that you don't have how can that be racist? And then it got to the point. Well, maybe we still lived in a we still live in a terribly racist society. But maybe he wasn't racist. But still it was cultural appropriation. You can't do that. If you're white Justin Timberlake can sing prince dunes at the Super Bowl because that's cultural appropriation. It's still wrong. I'm I'm having the time of my life off the air reading social media. I mean, it is so dang entertaining right now. Well, the the the because the rule book is being written by Twitter. We all know how fast Twitter move, right? Even a Pierce Morgan Piers Morgan was posted a picture. He said the difference between Twitter and Instagram post this picture of it. I'm guessing it's him his feet up in what looks like a private jet the inside of a private jet. There is a New York Times, of course, right there on the little desk area. But on top of that New York Times sits a glass of champagne. He said, here's the difference between the Twitter reaction and the Instagram action reaction Twitter. I hope it crashes. The plane Instagram. Oh, man. I'm so jealous right now. But that's. That's by the way, he's not. He's not a conservative. No far from it. It's hard copy of the New York Times laying there, but it was a, but that is the world we live in today. Social media is writing the rule book, and we know how fast social media moose. I mean, you know, you see it in your in your feet on Twitter. In case you missed it something that someone posted eighteen hours ago. We need you to see this because it moves so fast and the rule book is changing every every day. So why couldn't the left see this coming? We did years ago and talked about it on the air and to really to no comment at all. And and we're just like, wow. What's this thing's going to blow up because on one side? You are saying, you know, for example, white privilege every every person is white privilege. Doesn't matter what your life is you have white privilege. You can't take that away. So you've basically designated it. We'll wait a minute. How do I have white privilege? If I can now if I can be transracial since enter Bama, mainstreamed, it if you can be what you think you are. Well, then I don't have white privilege because I'm not white, right? How did they ever not think that this was going to be a problem? How did they ever think we're for women's rights women's rights? Look at the women women women women women women, oh, but not just biological women. A man could be a woman if they want except when we don't want them. Man to be a woman because we happen to be Democrats in congress right now and so only biological women. Can join us in all wearing the pantsuits. Well, wait a minute. That's transphobic Camila Harris stadium that though President Trump is trying to tell women what to do with their bodies. No, not just women. When wait a minute men can be women to men can be pregnant men can be pregnant women can be pregnant. What are you talking about here? That's transphobic. What's going? How did they not figure out that? This was going to be a problem down the road. How does somebody say look when you have two contradictory opinions completely both as you say based on some kind of science. But here's the thing. Both the sciences in their mind or correct? Yes. We're the party of science contradictory opinions that you would come to the scientific conclusion that both are scientifically. Incompatible still both our reality to us because it fits our political narrative. Yes. Yeah. If somebody asked me how I do that. I'm not gonna tell them, but. But there you go that involves a finger. Let's go to Tom in Connecticut. Tom, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry, thanks for taking my phone. Call gentlemen, you just cancer. The question that I posed screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal last thing at essence, a policy of racism, and bigotry and get one form another that it suits their needs politically when they need it at at its core. Well, no, no. I just very quick I'll let you finish. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing if when it fits our narrative fits our narrative, where do you much every much to give example to what you're you're talking about tonight. What am I gonna fishing buddies? News Puerto Rican. I'm I'm I'm an independent conservatives. And whenever he every shows up you say, hey, white, boys. What's going on? That's like really that is so hurtful. Yeah. Yeah. I it it guys. Really? And I've known this gentleman. I work with him for twenty years. And it's like I don't see him as a Puerto Rican by see him as my body you'll session. Yeah. You know, it just and and that that that describes and he doesn't admit to being a liberal at his court or philosophy core bean. He has local entities in his political. Thank you know. I'm I'm center, right? When it comes to put on fiscal matters. Center to snitch less when it comes to social and cultural matters. But I just described to an essence you you hit it on the nail. You know, much, and I don't know, I don't know, your friend. But as I and I right. So I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I have been my entire life. I play less these days, but I probably played on every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I have played I have been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point. In fact, one time being what are we going to call him because they why was on a basketball court in Rockford Illinois, and I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the N word, what do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white men can't jump. Yeah. And then I looked at them. I looked at them with a serious. I'll never forget. It was a great one of the. One of my best acting moments ever. And I said what do you like I was angry? So what are you doing? You picked the dumbest white man in the history of any character at you know. And that's what you refer to me. And they all sat there, and they're all looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad. And then I burst out laughing. Then they realized I was just you know, I I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They they most pimple. My I guess my point is all your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious. Not that. No, it's all in. No, it it. And that's the thing. I mean, we go back to you know, Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done. Today. But it what were they doing? The humor lived in the absurdity people that behave that way remember the scene in the bar. Yeah. When they went into the barn animal house, right? And that the the sensors wouldn't let them put it in. They said we'll let short or Richard prier. Where does he think Richard Pryor saw that that scene from animal house and said, what do you think and he said? What do you say white people are crazy? Well, more modern example, more recent example, a Jamie FOX talking on a podcast one time. And you know, it's talking about look this is comedy. It's comedy. But the left can never lighten up Francis. Eight six six ninety redeye coming up.

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"On Red Eye Radio. It's Red Eye Radio eight six six ninety redeye you know, when whenever we state something from the past will have somebody especially on the left, and they just when they refuse to believe something will call and say, why do you guys make stuff up your line? Obama said never said race was a social construct. I've got it right here. The Atlantic magazine we did this back in December of this article was December twenty second twenty sixteen one of the last interviews that President Obama did. And he said. I wonder how you came to think of yourself as black and why because I get into the discussion about him. You know being mixed and he said well part of my understanding of race is that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. There you go. Yeah. Right. So it right there. There's there's the quilt. So as we've said, he is the one who mainstreamed the transgender activist movement in this country with what he did with title nine and the executive order and then before he left office when he was asked specifically about race. Well, part of my understanding of race it it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. Right. And again, that's that's that's mainstreaming trans racialism. Yes. As they it was President Obama with the executive order on title nine that was part of the mainstreaming of the democrat party and the transgender movement, which is why we brought up earlier in the show and Matt Walsh's column from the daily wire or he talked about Camilla Harris adjust a visceral the president for telling them what they can do with their own bodies. And he said, well, wait a minute. That's transphobic. You can't say that the democrat party now believes, and you believe that it's just not women that get pregnant men also get pregnant now one of one of the one of the things as we talked about in the in the women's March this year, one of the reasons that there was a lower count was number one the women that believed in women's rights, but we're anti-semitic. But also those and the big debate in the women's movement. Does a woman have to have a Jonah. Right know, that's the debate. That's going. We're not making this up. We're not we're not doing this to be a hot talk show. We're simply telling you, what's in the mindset of what they're thinking. And and so they're the ones, and that's why Matt Watson said he said, look, all of them are transphobic. Did they invite men to dress up in the white pants suits or was only biological women? Look at the bigotry that exist by their own definition in the democrat party. And so we we've been getting on this discussion with with the whole is worn thing what's going on with you know, with the whole debate. Now within Democrats of of of the whole black face and the debate that was going on on social media yesterday that we believe was the evolution of trying to save governor nor them's governorship because every scenario that points out right now is if he's gone, and the Lieutenant governor is gone, and the attorney general is gone. That means the governor will end up being a Republican, by the way, it all works. We've gone through Eric. And I went through earlier, it's like attorney general the new general governor would be would they would all be Republican? I'll be Republican. And so they can't allow that to happen. And so you could see the. Movement yesterday, but you could still still see the holdout on social media. And I gave you most of the scenario which was. No wearing black faces racist. And then it got well, no, maybe seventy eight years ago when we actually lived in a racist. It was but racism had and then they've got to be a whole debate. But racism wasn't at all as prevalent in the eighties when these happen. And then there was a debate. Yes. It is racism is today that it was back seventy years ago. So that debates going on and this is all between the left. Yes, it was. And then the argument was no it wasn't. And if you admires and this goes back to a Seinfeld episode with Donna Chang. If you remember that when he said, I like Asian women and Elaine said, well, that's racist. He said how could it be racist? If I liked them. But we're we're actually I mean, the whole the the the world has become what Seinfeld predicted as a has it not. Yes. And and so the the debate got to be if you admire somebody, and you admire them, and you do that out of admiration because you believe they have this great talent that you don't have how can that be racist? And then it got to the point. Well, maybe we still lived in a we still live in a terribly racist society. But maybe he wasn't racist. But still it was cultural appropriation. You can't do that. If you're white Justin Timberlake can sing prince dunes at the Super Bowl because that's cultural appropriation. It's still wrong. I'm I'm having the time of my life off the air reading social media. I mean, it is so dang entertaining right now. Well, the the because the rule book is being written by Twitter. We all know how fast Twitter move, right? Even appears Morgan Piers Morgan was posted a picture. He said the difference between Twitter and Instagram post this picture of it. I'm guessing it's him his feet up in what looks like a private jet the inside of a private jet. There is a New York Times, of course, right there on the little desk area. But on top of that New York Times sits a glass of champagne. He said, here's the difference between the Twitter reaction and the Instagram reaction Twitter. I hope it crashes. The plane Instagram. Oh, man. I'm so jealous right now. But that's. That's the way he's not. He's not a conservative. No far from it. Fence thirty hard copy of the New York Times lane. But it was but that is the world we live in today. Social media is writing the rule book. And we know how fast social media moves. I mean, you know, it you see it in your in your feet on Twitter. In case you missed it something that someone posted eighteen hours ago. We need you to see this because it moves so fast and the rule book is changing every day. So why couldn't the left see this coming? We did years ago and talked about it on the air and to really to no comment at all. And we're just like, wow. What's this thing's all gonna blow up because on one side? You are saying, you know, for example, white privilege every every person is white privilege. Doesn't matter what your life is you have white privilege. You can't take that away. So you've basically designated it, wait a minute. How do I have white privilege? If I can now if I can be transracial since Obama, mainstreamed it if you can be what you think you are. Well, then I don't have white privilege because I'm not white, right? How did they ever not think that this was going to be a problem? How did they ever think we're for women's rights women's rights? Look at the women women women women women women, oh, but not just biological women. A man can be a woman if they want except when we don't want the man to be a woman because we happen to be Democrats in congress right now and so only biological women. Can join us in all wearing the pantsuits. We'll wait a minute. That's transphobic Camila Harris stadium that though President Trump is trying to tell women what to do with their bodies. No, not just women. When wait a minute men can be women to men can be pregnant men can be pregnant women can be pregnant. What are you talking about here? That's transphobic. What's going? How did they not figure out that? This was going to be a problem down the road. How did somebody say look when you have two contradictory? Opinions completely both as you say based on some kind of science. Here's the thing. Both the sciences in their mind or correct? Yes. We're the party of science contradictory opinions that you would come to the scientific conclusion that both are scientifically incompatible still both our reality to us because it fits our political narrative. Yes. Yeah. Somebody asked me how I do that. I'm not gonna tell them, but the. But there you go that involves the finger. Let's go to Tom in Connecticut. Tom, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry, thanks for taking my phone. Call gentlemen. You just answered the question that I posted screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal less thing at its essence, a policy of racism and bigotry. One form another that, basically shoots there there needs politically when they need it. At at its core. Well, no dumb. Just very quick. I'll let you finish. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing it when it fits our narrative and fits our narrative. Pretty much. Yeah. Pretty much to give examples you what you're you're talking about. What am I good fishing buddies? Puerto rican. I'm I'm I'm an independent conservative and whenever he shows up. He's a hey, white, boys. What's going on? That's like really that is so hurtful. Yeah. Yeah. I it it guys. Really? And I've known this gentleman. I worked with him for twenty years. I don't see him as a Puerto Rican. I see him as my buddy. Yeah. And and that that that describes and he doesn't unit it to being a liberal at his core philosophy Corby. Liberal in his political thinking, no, I'm I'm center, right? When it comes to flip on fiscal matters. Center to snitch left when it comes to social and cultural matters. But I just described to an essence you you hit it on the nail. Yeah. So much, and I don't know, I don't know your friend. But as I've. And so I right. So I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I have been my entire life. I played less these days, but I probably played on every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I have played I have been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point back one time, you know, what are we going to call him because they why was on a basketball court in Rockford, Illinois. And I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the N word. What do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white men can't jump. Yeah. And then I looked at them. I looked at them with a serious. Never forget. It was a great one of my one of my best acting moments ever. And I said, what am I like I was angry? So what are you doing? You picked the dumbest white man in the history of any character. And that's what you referred to me. And they all sat there, and they're all looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad. And then I burst out laughing. Then they realized I was just you know, I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They they most pimple. My I guess my point is your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious. None of it. No. It's all in. No, it it. And that's the thing. I mean, we go back to Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done today. But what were they doing the humor lived in the absurdity people that behave that way, remember the scene in the bar? Yeah. With when they went into the barn animal house, and the the the sensors wouldn't let them put it in. And they said we'll let shorter Richard Pryor. Does he think Richard Pryor saw that that scene from animal house and said, what do you think and he said? What do you say white people are crazy? More. Modern example, more recent example, Jamie FOX talking on a podcast one time, and you was talking about look this is comedy. It's comedy. But the left can never lighten up Francis. Eight six six ninety redeye.

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"Red Eye Radio. It's Red Eye Radio eight six six ninety redeye you know, when whenever we state something from the past will have somebody especially on the left, and they just when they refused to believe something we'll call and say, why do you guys make stuff up your line? Obama said never said race was a social construct. I've got it right here. The Atlantic magazine we did this back in December of this article is December twenty second twenty sixteen one of the last interviews that President Obama did. And he said. I wonder how you came to think of yourself as black and why because I get into the discussion about him. You know being mixed and he said well part of my understanding of race is that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. There you go. Yeah. Right. So and right there there's there's the quote, so as we've said he is the one who mainstreamed the transgender activists movement in this country with what he did with title nine in the executive order and then before he left office when he was asked specifically about race. Well, part of my understanding of race that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. And again, that's that's that's mainstreaming trans racialism. Yes. As they it was President Obama with the executive order on title nine that was part of the mainstreaming of the democrat party in the transgender movement. Which is why we brought up earlier in the show and Matt Walsh's column from the daily wire or he talked about Camilla Harris adjust a visceral the president for telling them what they can do with their own bodies. And he said, well, wait a minute. That's transphobic. You can't say that the democrat party now believes, and you believe that it's just not women that get pregnant men also get pregnant now one of one of the one of the things as we talked about in the in the women's March this year, one of the reasons that there was a lower count was number one the women that believed in women's rights, but we're anti-semitic. But also those and the big debate in the women's movement. Does a woman have to have a Jonah. Right. You know, that's the debate. That's going. We're not making this up. We're not we're not doing this to be a hot talk show. We're simply telling you, what's in the mindset of what they're thinking. And and so they're the ones, and that's why officer who said he said, look, all of them are transphobic. Did they invite men to dress up in the white pants suits or was an only biological women? Look at the bigotry that exist by their own definition in the democrat party. And so we we've been getting on this discussion with with the whole is worn thing what's going on with, you know, with the whole the debate now within Democrats of of of the whole black face and the debate that was going on on social media yesterday that we believe was the evolution of trying to save governor norms governorship because every scenario that points out right now is if he's gone and the Lieutenant governor gone, and the attorney general is gone. That means the governor will end up being a Republican, by the way, it all works. We've gone through Eric. And I went through a earlier, it's like attorney general the governor would be would they would all be Republican? I'll be Republican. And so they can't allow that to happen. And so you could see. The movement yesterday, but you could still still see the holdout on social media. And I gave you most of the scenario which was. No wearing black faces racist. And then it got well, no, maybe seventy eighty years ago when we actually lived in a racist society. It was but racism had and then they've got to be whole debate. But racism wasn't at all as prevalent in the eighties when these happen. And then there was a debate. Yes. It is racism is worse today than it was back seventy years ago. Yeah. So that debates going on and this is all between the left. Yes. It was an and then the was no it wasn't. And if you admires and this goes back to a Seinfeld episode with Donna Chang. If you remember that when he said, I like Asian women and Elaine said, well, that's racist. He said how could it be racist? If I liked them. But we're we're actually I mean, the whole the the the world has become what Seinfeld predicted as it has it not. Yeah. And and so the the debate got to be y if you would Meyer somebody, and you admire them, and you do that out of admirations because you believe they have this great talent that you don't have how can that be racist? And then it got to the point. Well, maybe we still lived in a we still live in terribly racist society. But maybe he wasn't racist. But still it was cultural appropriation. You can't do that. If you're white Justin Timberlake can sing prince dunes at the Super Bowl because that's cultural appropriation. It's still wrong. I'm I'm having the time of my life off the air reading social media. I mean, it is so dang entertaining right now. Well, the the because the rule book is being written by Twitter. We all know how fast Twitter move, right? Even appears Morgan Piers Morgan was posted the picture. He said the difference between Twitter and Instagram post this picture of it. I'm guessing it's him his feet up in what looks like a private jet the inside of a private jet. There is a New York Times, of course, right there on the little desk area. But on top of that New York Times sits a glass of champagne. He said, here's the difference between the Twitter reaction and the Instagram action reaction Twitter. I hope it crashes. The plane Instagram. Oh, man. I'm so jealous right now. But that's that is. That's the way he's not. He's not a conservative. No far from it. It's hard copy of the New York Times laying there, but it was but that is the world we live in today. Social media is writing the rule book. And we know how fast social media moves. Mhm? You know, you see it in your in your feet on Twitter. In case you missed it something that's someone posted eighteen hours ago. Oh, we need you to see this because it moves so fast and the rule book is changing. Every every but why couldn't the left see this coming? We did years ago and talked about it on the air and to really to no comment at all. And we're just like, wow. What's this thing's all gonna blow up because on one side? You are saying, you know, for example, white privilege every every white person is white privilege. Doesn't matter what your life is you have white privilege. You can't take that away. So you've basically designated it. Well, wait a minute. How do I white privilege if I can now if I can be transracial since Obama mainstreamed that if you can be what you think you are. Well, then I don't have white privilege because I'm not white, right? How did they ever not think that this was going to be a problem? How did they ever think we're for women's rights women's rights? Look at the women women women women women women, oh, but not just biological women. A man could be a woman if they want except when we don't want the man to be a woman because we happen to be Democrats in congress right now and so only biological women. Can join us in all wearing the pantsuits. Well, wait a minute. That's transphobic Camila Harris stadium that though President Trump is trying to tell women what to do with their bodies. No, not just women. When wait a minute men can be women to men can be pregnant men can be pregnant women can be pregnant. What are you talking about here? That's transphobic. What's going? How did they not figure out that? This was going to be a problem down the road. Somebody say look when you have to. Contradictory. Opinions completely both as you say based on some kind of science. Here's the thing. Both the sciences in their mind or correct? Yes. We're the party of science contradictory opinions that you would come to the scientific conclusion that both are scientifically. Incompatible still both our reality to us because it fits our political narrative. Yes. Yeah. Somebody asked me how I do that. I'm not gonna tell them, but the. But there you go. It involves a finger. Let's go down in Connecticut. Tom, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry, thanks for taking my phone. Call gentlemen, you just cancer. The question that I posed to the screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal less is gym thing at essence, a policy of racism, and bigotry one form another that, basically it shoots their there needs politically when they need it very at at its core. Well, no, no. I just very quick finished. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing if when it fits our narrative and fits our narrative. Pretty much. Yeah. Pretty much to give example to what you're you're talking about tonight. What am I good fishing buddies Moos Puerto Rican? I'm I'm I'm an independent conservative and whenever he shows up. He's like, hey, white, boys. What's going on? That's like really that is so hurtful. Hey, guys, really. And I known this gentleman. I work with him for twenty years. I don't see him as I see him as my buddy. Yeah. Now, it just and and that that that describes and he doesn't mitt to being a liberal, but at his core or philosophy in Corby has local cheese. In his political. You know, I'm I'm center rate when it comes to put on fiscal matters center to snitch left when it comes to social and cultural matters. But I just describes to essence you you hit it on the nail. No much, and and I don't know, I don't know, your friend. But as I've and so. Right. So I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I have been my entire life. I play less these days, but I probably played on every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I played I have been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point. In fact, one time, Dino, they what are we going to call him because they want on a basketball court Rockford, Illinois, and I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the word, what do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white men can't jump. Yeah. And then I looked at them. I looked at them with a serious. Never forget. It was a great one of the my one of my best acting moments ever. And I said, what am I was angry? So what are you doing? You picked the. The dumbest white man in the history of any character. And you know. And that's what you referred to me. And they all sat there, and they're all looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad. And then I burst out laughing. Then they realized I was just you know, I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They they most people my I guess my point is that all your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious. None of it. No. It's all in. No. And and that's the thing. I mean, we go back to you know, Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done. Today. But it what were they doing? The humor lived in the absurdity people that behave that way remember the scene in the bar. Yeah. With when they went into the barn animal house, right? And the the the sensors wouldn't let them put it in. And they said we'll let short or Richard prier. Where does he think Richard Pryor saw that that scene from animal house and said, what do you think and he said? You say white people are crazy. Well, and the more modern example, more recent example, a Jamie FOX talking on a podcast one time and was talking about look this comedy. It's comedy. But the left can never lighten up Francis. Eight six six ninety redeye coming up.

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"Red Eye Radio eight six six ninety redeye you know, when whenever we state something from the past will have somebody especially on the left, and they just when they refused to believe something we'll call and say, why do you guys make stuff up your line? Obama said never said race was a social construct. I've got it right here. The Atlantic magazine we did this back in December of this article is December twenty second twenty sixteen one of the last interviews that President Obama did. And he said. I wonder how you came to think of yourself as black and why because I got into the discussion about him, you know, be mixed. And he said well part of my understanding of race is that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. There you go. Yeah. Right. So and right there there's there's the quilt. So as we said, he is the one who mainstreamed the transgender activist movement. In this country with what he did with title nine in the executive order, and then before he left office when he was asked specifically about race is well part of my understanding of rage that it's more of a social construct than a biological reality. Right. And again, that's that's that's mainstreaming trans racialism. Yes. As they it was President Obama with the executive order on title nine that was part of the mainstreaming of the democrat party in the transgender movement. Which is why we brought up earlier in the show and Matt Walsh's column from the daily wire or he talked about Camilla Harris adjust a rating the president for telling what they can do with their own bodies. And he said, well, wait a minute. That's transphobic. You can't say that the democrat party now believes, and you believe that it's just not women that get pregnant men also get pregnant. Now. One one of the one of the things as we talked about in the in the women's March this year, one of the reasons that there was a lower count was number one the women that believed in women's rights, but we're anti-semitic. But also those and the big debate in the women's movement. Does a woman have to have a vagina. Right. That's the debate. That's going. We're not making this up. We're not we're not doing this to be a hot talk show. We're simply telling you, what's in the mindset of what they're thinking. And and so they're the ones that's why Matt Watson said he said, look, all of them are transphobic. Did they invite men to dress up in the white pants, suits? Or was it only biological women? Look at the bigotry that exist by their own definition in the democrat party. And so we've been getting on this discussion with with the whole Lisbeth worn thing what's going on with you know, with the whole debate. Now within Democrats of of of the whole black face and the debate that was going on on social media yesterday that we believe was the evolution of trying to save governor Northerns governorship because every scenario that points out right now is if he's gone and the Lieutenant governor's gone, and the attorney general is gone. That means the governor will end up being a Republican, by the way, it all works. We've gone through Eric. And I went through earlier, it's like attorney general the new general governor would be they would all be Republican. I'll be Republican. And so they can't allow that to happen. And so you could see the. The movement yesterday, but you could still still see the holdout on social media. And I gave you most of the scenario which was. No wearing black faces racist. And then it got well, no, maybe seventy eight years ago when we actually live in a racist society. It was but racism had and then they've got to be a whole debate. But racism wasn't at all as prevalent in the eighties when these happen. And then there was a debate. Yes. It is racism is worse today that it was back seventy years ago. So that debates going on and this is all between the left. Yes. It was an and the was no it wasn't. And if you admires and this goes back to a Seinfeld episode with Donna Chang. If you remember that when he said, I like Asian women and Elaine said, well, that's racist. And he said how could it be racist? If I liked them. But we're we're actually I mean, the whole the the the world has become what Seinfeld predicted as a as it not. Yeah. And and so the the debate got to be if you admire somebody, and you would Meyer them, and you do that out of admiration because you believe they have this great talent that you don't have how can that be racist? And then it got to the point. Well, maybe we still lived in a we still live in a terribly racist society. But maybe he wasn't racist. But still it was cultural appropriation. You can't do that. If you're white Justin Timberlake can sing prince dunes at the Super Bowl because that's cultural appropriation. It's still wrong. I'm I'm having the time of my life off the air reading social media. I mean, it is so dang entertaining right now. Well, the the because the rule book is being written by Twitter. We all know how fast Twitter move, right? Even appears Morgan. Here's Morgan was posted a picture. He said the difference between Twitter and Instagram posts this picture of it. I'm guessing it's him his feet up in what looks like a private jet the inside of a private jet. There is a New York Times, of course, right there on the little desk area. But on top of that New York Times sits a glass of champagne. He said, here's the difference between the Twitter reaction and the Instagram action reaction Twitter. I hope it crashes the plane Instagram. Oh, man. I'm so jealous right now. But that's. That's the way he's not. He's not a conservative. No far from it. Thirty hard copy of the New York Times laying there, but it was a, but that is the world we live in today. Social media is writing the rule book at we know how fast social media moose. I mean, you know, it you see it in your in your feet on Twitter. In case you missed it something that someone posted eighteen hours ago. Oh, we need you to see this because it moves so fast and the rule book is changing. Every day. Why couldn't the left see this coming? We did years ago and talked about it on the air and to really to no comment at all. And we're just like, wow. What's this thing's all gonna blow up because on one side? You are saying, you know, for example, white privilege every white person is white privilege. It doesn't matter what your life is you have white privilege. You can't take that away. So you basically designated it, wait a minute. How do I have white privilege? If I can now if I can be transracial since Obama, mainstreamed it if you can be what you think you are. Well, then I don't have white privilege because I'm not white, right? How did they ever not think that this was going to be a problem? How did they ever think we're for women's rights women's rights? Look at the women women women women women women, oh, but not just biological women. A man could be a woman if they want except when we don't want the man to be a woman because we happen to be Democrats in congress right now and so only biological women. Can join us in all wearing the pantsuits. Well, wait a minute. That's transphobic, Camila Harris, stating that old President Trump is trying to tell women what to do with their bodies. No, not just women. When men can be women to men can be pregnant men can be pregnant women can be pregnant. What are you talking about here? That's transphobic. What's going? How did they not figure out that? This was going to be a problem down the road. How somebody say look when you have to. Contradictory. Opinions completely both as you say based on some kind of science. Here's the thing volt the sciences in their mind or correct? Yes. Or the party of science contradictory opinions that you would come to the scientific conclusion that both are scientifically incompatible still both our reality to us because it fits our political narrative. Yes. Yeah. Somebody asked me how I do that. I'm not going to tell them, but the. But there you go that involves a finger. Let's go to Tom in Connecticut. Tom, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, Eric, Jerry, thanks for taking my phone. Call gentlemen. You just answered the question that I posed screener about three minutes ago. Basically, the liberal less is starting at essence, a policy of racism, and bigotry and get one form another that basically shoots their their needs politically when they need it at its core. Well, no, no, John, you just very quick I'll let you finish. But you make a great point. Because remember the same was used by racist one hundred years ago, the same kind of thing it when it fits our narrative. It's our narrative. Pretty much. Yeah. Pretty much to give example, what you're you're talking about tonight. What am I good fishing buddies? Puerto rican. I'm I'm I'm an independent conservative. And whenever he shows up. You say, hey, white, boys. What's going on? That's like really that is so hurtful. Hey, guys, really. And I've known this gentleman. I worked with him for twenty years. I don't see him as Puerto Rican. Icy him as my. Session. Now, it's just an and that that that describes and he doesn't admit to being a liberal at his core or philosophy core being. Liberal in his political thinking. Now, I'm I'm center, right? When it comes to put on fiscal matters. Center to snitch left when it comes to social and cultural matters. But that just describes when essence you you hit it on the nail. Enter show much, and I don't know, I don't know, your friend. But as and so. Right. So I can't I can't judge your friend. But all I know is this I had been my entire life. I play less these days, but I'd probably played on every sandlot basketball court from Chicago to Florida to Texas. You name it the majority of the time I've been the only white man on the basketball court the majority of the time that I have played I had been teased for being white in a good natured way for the longest time. Nobody really cares as long as I can play basketball. So there's a lot of teasing that goes on at at at at that point. In fact, one time being what are we going to call him because they why was on a basketball court Rockford, Illinois, and I was the only white guy and everybody's calling each other the N word, and they looked at me. And they said, well, we can't call him the N word, what do we call them? And they decided to call me Woody because of the movie white men can't jump and then I looked at them. I looked at them with a serious. I never forget. It was a great one of my one of my best acting moments ever. And I said, what am I angry? So what are you doing? You picked. The dumbest white man in the history of any character at you know. And that's what you refer to me. And they all sat there, and they're all looking at me like, oh, no, he's really mad. And then I burst out laughing. Then they realized I was just I got back at them. But it was only teasing. They most people. I guess my point is your friend. Maybe your friend does think that way most people can joke about race. And do it all the time and black black friends and white friends when blacks and whites are friends that when they're really good friends the teasing does go on. And none of it is serious. Not. No, it's all in it. And and that's the thing. I mean, we go back to you know, Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor writing blazing saddles a movie that would never get done today. But it what were they doing? The humor lived in the absurdity people that behave that way remember the scene in the bar. Yeah. When they went into the barn animal. The house, right. And that the the sensors wouldn't let them put it in. And they said we'll let short Richard Pryor. Why does he think Richard Pryor saw that that scene from animal house and said, what do you think and he said? Everybody say white people are crazy. Well, more. Modern example, more recent example, a Jamie Foxx talking on a podcast one time. It was talking about look this is comedy. It's comedy. But the left can never lighten up Francis. Eight six six ninety redeye coming up.

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