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Congress sends landmark gun violence compromise to Biden

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 hrs ago

Congress sends landmark gun violence compromise to Biden

"Congress has approved its most wide ranging gun violence Bill in decades It's a compromise that shows both progress and dealing with mass shootings and the partisan divide over gun rights A day after Senate approval the House passed the measure on a mostly party line vote with Democrats like Jim mcgovern saying the nation is tired of gun violence The time has come for action While Michelle fischbach and other Republicans say the bill's intent is clear An effort to chip away at the Second Amendment rights of law abiding citizen The bill does not have tough restrictions Democrats wanted like an assault weapons ban and much of its $13 billion will go towards schools and for boosting mental health programs

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Catch Gina Carano Live on 'Unfiltered With Dan Bongino' This Weekend

The Dan Bongino Show

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Catch Gina Carano Live on 'Unfiltered With Dan Bongino' This Weekend

"By the way I got Gina Carano on my Fox show this weekend Yeah Jim Gina Carano Big Gina Carano fan Just choose an awesome fighter in the UFC It's gonna be on my Fox show this weekend So that's gonna be pretty awesome unfiltered 9 p.m. Set your DVR if you can't make that line It'll be live in studio In studio up at NYC if they get a little solo trip up there so I don't know what's gonna happen It's a live show Kevin's saying Jim Dan budge in front of a live camera Could be trouble I can't I can't 5 more on Fox Fox nation people are calling up the CEO right I'm going to get step first get him off the Tom kercher billboard card I'm kidding You know the fact check

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 Russians focus firepower to seize 2 villages in east Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Russians focus firepower to seize 2 villages in east Ukraine

"Russia is focusing firepower to seize two villages in east Ukraine Britain and Ukrainian military officials say Russia has expanded its grab of territory in the east capturing two villages and vying for control of a key highway in an offensive that could cut supply lines and encircle some frontline Ukrainian forces in addition Russian forces are trying to capture areas outside severo Donetsk the administrative center of the Luhansk region now with draining forces have withdrawn from some of the areas near the city of lysa chunks to avoid the possibility of being encircled I'm Charles De

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Uvalde Police Unsure if Doors Were Locked Before Entering the School

The Officer Tatum Show

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Uvalde Police Unsure if Doors Were Locked Before Entering the School

"Now, the issues with the doors were the exterior door into the school was not locked. That means that there was an intentional unlocking of the door to teacher didn't know about it, but some janitor somebody with a hex key must have unlocked the door. Of locking like the ore being secured. The interior, the suspect went through, was intact. The locket mechanism worked, but the strike plate, which is in the door jam, you know where to throw goes right into the strike plate to secure the door. He said that the strike play didn't line up with the door lined up in the door jam properly, and it wasn't very easy to secure the door.

Rand Paul: Why We Proposed the Read the Bills Act

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 2 d ago

Rand Paul: Why We Proposed the Read the Bills Act

"This bill was 80 pages and we were given one hour Occasionally we've had two or 3000 page bills that were given an hour or two So this is the kind of thing That's why I have a bill called read the bills act I know that sounds extraordinary but I would have them read the bills and I would have them wait one day for every 20 pages So this is an 80 page Bill I would have had four reading days so we could read it here from our constituents I'd like to hear from hunters and gun owners in Kentucky I'd like to hear from constitutional professors in Kentucky and around the country I'd like to read articles about it Instead my staff and our scrambling to get a first read through this really not always knowing the implication usually it's like strike line 42 and you don't know what 42 is until you look it up in another book to find out what was line 42 and to replace words from May to shall to might to mandate to require There's a lot of little changes can make a big difference But the bottom line is this There's one good idea and that is that people committing crimes from 15 to 18 that will show up in the background checks I'm okay with that But the problem with the funding of the red flag laws is they do a lot of things that are not constitutional You should always be accused openly You should know of your accusation and you should be able to get a lawyer and have a court proceeding No one should accuse you anonymously and you should have the constitutional standard of being guilty beyond a reasonable doubt not some judge without a lawyer says oh yeah it's pretty reasonable to take his guns So I hope to be a full vote of debate on this but what's most disturbing to me is that we are looking at things that affect the Second Amendment of the constitution and that there will not be any debate or any vote on the amendment That's my prediction I could be wrong but my guess is that I will not be allowed to protest my amendments And that's not very democratic

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Spartanburg County Deputy Shot in Line of Duty Dies

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 2 d ago

Spartanburg County Deputy Shot in Line of Duty Dies

"That doesn't mean we should ever forget that generally the men and women in blue are the good guys. And this sheriff in Spartanburg county, sheriff chuck Wright, he's a good guy. He really is. Every community would be blessed to have a chief or a sheriff like him. And he pointed out that they found the animal who ambushed and murdered this sheriff's deputy, Austin Aldridge, 25 years old. 25 years old, been a sheriff's deputy for about three years. Whole life ahead of him, committed to serving his community, ambushed by some evil subhuman. Now, they found the guy there was a shootout and the other sheriff's deputies, cornered the guy, apparently in the Woods he was found lying next to his rifle. Instead of just blasting away and murdering him, killing him. Which, frankly, well, I won't say it. As sheriff, chuck Wright pointed out, our men showed great restraint knowing that one of our guys had just been ambushed and didn't fire any shots at the suspect they just arrested him. Chuck Wright, the sheriff of Spartanburg county pointed out, we are the good guys. We do it right and we did it right. I just ask you to pray for our deputy.

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AJ Benza on Dating Paula Abdul

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:13 min | 2 d ago

AJ Benza on Dating Paula Abdul

"Paul and Abdul proved to be too much to handle. I got to admit, I mean, very pretty girl, but man oh man, she was going through some shit back then that they eventually blamed on severe jaw pain from some accident she had. I remember reading about it during the time during the time it happened, but you know, she got a thumb pills, period. She got hooked on pain pills, it happens to the best of us. And the painful she would take and would not good for her. Look, I just think she little nuts. That's the bottom line. She's got a really good heart. You can tell that from the first minimum to you with her, but sometimes she'd call me and I'm talking about three, four hours crying, not crying, crying, not crying. I didn't take too many more of those phone calls after the first one. And then my agent heard that my manager gave me her number. So now he's desperate to meet her. So it's an exclusive. I said, no, it's not exclusive. I'm not even doing it though. I just hanging out with her. I said, you want a number? Here's the number. Call her. He starts calling her. And two weeks later, I meet him. He goes, thanks for telling me about the three hour crying phone calls. I said, sorry, buddy. Some things you gotta figure out on your

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Yordan Alvarez's two home runs propel the Astros over the Mets

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 2 d ago

Yordan Alvarez's two home runs propel the Astros over the Mets

"Win of the season by allowing just one run on four hits over 6 innings as the Houston Astros beat the New York mets 8 to two Arkady struck out 5 and the only blemish on his line was the 6th inning Homer he allowed to Pete Alonso Jose Altuve Gordon Alvarez and Jose Siri hit home runs for the Astros Michael Brantley Alex Bregman and Mauricio dubon collected a pair of hits while Kyle Tucker smacked the bases clearing double Eduardo Escobar went deep for the mets Adam Spillane Houston

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 2 d ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm sherk Freeman Tampa uses the long ball to finally beat the New York Yankees It was a career night for the ray Zach paradis who hit three homers all by the 5th inning and the rays beat the Yankees 5 to four Ray shortstop Taylor wall says the night was owned by parades It just looks like he's in total control you know I made his impressive tonight with special It was very special to watch special night for him and it was huge for us and pretty much just carried us that whole game Just the third loss in the last 20 games for the yanks Tony Godzilla became baseball's first 9 game winner as the LA Dodgers beat Cincinnati ate the two San Francisco held off Atlanta 12 to ten giants catcher Austin winds had a big night three hits including a three run Homer for manager Gabe Kepler Austin has come over and had quality at bats It doesn't always been as pretty as it was tonight you know the Homer and driving the baseball several times Chicago White Sox down Toronto 7 to 6 in extra innings Boston beat Detroit 5 to three two of baseball's best win at it as Houston down the New York mets ate the two Adam splain reports Jose Archie earned his 6th win of the season by allowing just one run on four hits over 6 innings Archie struck out 5 and the only blemish on his line was the 6th inning Homer he allowed to Pete Alonso Adam spelling Houston Nolan Gorman Homer twice as St. Louis beat Milwaukee 6 two Texas blank Philadelphia 7 zero San Diego three Arizona two in extra innings Seattle down Oakland Pittsburgh over the Chicago Cubs Miami Beach Colorado Washington down Baltimore Kansas City over the LA angels and Cleveland over Minnesota Another major champion Brooks Koepka leaving the PGA Tour for Liv golf Rob Gronkowski is retiring from the NFL for a second time leaving the league after 12 seasons Toronto Maple Leafs forward auston Matthews is the NHL's MVP and the attorney for Cleveland Browns quarterback deshaun Watson has reached an agreement on 20 of 24 lawsuits from women accusing Watson of sexual assault and harassment Check Freeman AP sports

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Finding Unity Where This Is Discord With Francis Chan

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 2 d ago

Finding Unity Where This Is Discord With Francis Chan

"Listen, we're called to love everyone. We're called to love our enemies, but I'm not called to unity with people that are saying things that are dramatically or to my mind very clearly against what God teaches. So how do you, how do you figure out where that line is or where is that line for you? No, you're right, because there are people that will accuse you of hearing about truth or not caring about holiness, you know, God's commands. If you pursue unity and I'm going to know, actually, I'm pursuing unity because that is truth and that is commanded over and over in scripture. Now there are times when we are called to divide, there are times like Jesus says, I didn't come to bring peace. I came to bring a sword. And there is truth to those who would dare like belittle or try to alter the gospel itself, those salvific truths, or there are times when the Bible is so clearly stating something as sin, and we can't tolerate that. If the Bible labels something as sin, we have to get serious about those things. But outside of that, there also needs to be this deep, fear of God, like if the Holy Spirit is in you, it's got to be careful. Even though you knew you may say things that bother me and you do, but I love you and I look at you, you know, I've been telling you, I have to look at you like I look at the virgin Mary. Like, okay, if she has the creator in her womb, then I better be awfully careful how I speak to her. And that would be the same thing about you.

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Biden's So-Called 'Transition' Is a Real Wreck

The Trish Regan Show

01:38 min | 2 d ago

Biden's So-Called 'Transition' Is a Real Wreck

"I want to talk about how they're trying to frame this how they're trying to spin this recession. You know, I've been telling you for weeks we're in a recession. Of course, by the time they tell us, we're in the recession. We're usually out of it. That's the silver lining to all this because economists tend to be so far behind the curve. How else did we wind up in this mess? From the Federal Reserve. Anyway, there is a whole bunch of spin going on and I want to play this sound for you because this is what The White House spokesperson is trying to spoon feed reporters. Take a listen here. Not in a recession right now. Right now we're in a transition where we are going to go into a place of stable and steady growth, and that's going to be that's going to be our focus. We're just in a transition. We're just transitioning you see to a place of steady growth. No recession here, nothing to see here. You know, this is what they keep saying. Joe Biden the other day, actually saying something quite similar. We're not in a recession. He doesn't believe a recession is inevitable. Look, I think that the handwriting is kind of there, guys. We are in one, and frankly, I blame this administration for not having the foresight to understand what higher energy prices will mean in terms of inflation for not having the foresight to understand that there was all this pent up demand. And by offering $1.9 trillion worth of stimulus all they did was actually create more inflation, not to mention their stimulus checks that they sent out. Of course, at the beginning of 2021, a big gift from uncle Joe.

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Cory Booker Criticizes Commercialization of Juneteenth

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 3 d ago

Cory Booker Criticizes Commercialization of Juneteenth

"There is absolutely nothing wrong. We should celebrate the Emancipation of the slaves. But pretending to be worried about commercializing Juneteenth of all things, this was Cory Booker, the crazed senator from New Jersey. He appeared with Stephen insurrectionist Colbert last night on CBS. I think the materialism and commercialism and consumerism, those streams within our society often do detract from the nobility and the principles and the ideals, but also for us confronting the fullness of our history. I get very frustrated that Martin Luther King day, we've created this Santa classification of Martin Luther King when he was wildly unpopular. At the time he died. He was somebody that pushed this country to expand its moral imagination. And so this idea that a day about freedom and liberty is descending into consumerism. We can't let that happen. And so of course, companies are going to try to do their best to pad their bottom lines. But we have in a responsibility not to cheapen this holiday and just talk about it and speak about it. And most importantly, try to be about it, try to be and live the ideals that we're celebrating.

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There Were Uvalde Officers Who Wanted to Take Action

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 3 d ago

There Were Uvalde Officers Who Wanted to Take Action

"Now according to this text distribution story there's a quote in the beginning One of the officers on the scene they were asking if there were students inside He said if there's kids in there we need to go in If there is we just need to go in the agent said another officer answered it's unknown at this time The agent shot back y'all don't know if there's kids in there he added if there's kids in there we need to go in there Whoever's in charge will determine that came the reply The inaction the action appeared too much for the agent He noted that there was still children and other classrooms within the school who needed to be evacuated While this kid's over there he said so I'm getting kids out Then they go on to some key findings which goes to show you again we shouldn't paint with a broad brush There were people in there who clearly wanted to take action outside of the decision making change Now one of the takeaways I can I feel like it'd be responsible to put out there In my prior line of work where you're sitting there working a shift say securing the president's life There's X number of people on a ship I'm not gonna give away any details obviously you understand why But there's a shift leader who kind of stands back and watches the whole shift When you train to evacuate the president a knife or a gunshot or even a punch in the face on a rope line You're trained what to do both by yourself and in conjunction with a team In other words if the team's there great like you'll work with the number one and number two and number three agent You get my point That's fantastic They can do this this and this But what you're not taught is if they don't do this this and this you do nothing You do it on your own regardless And it prevents it prevents this top down overly bureaucratic management of a system that's going to unfold like that You're on a rope line president shaking hands bang bang bang hello how you doing mister president gray Can I take a selfie Boom guy takes out a knife and starts to shank him You don't have time to turn around to the shift leader and say hey boss what do we do You don't even have time to think You just have to

Lightning bounce back, beat Avalanche 6-2 in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Lightning bounce back, beat Avalanche 6-2 in Game 3

"The Tampa Bay lightning have life after dropping the first two road games of the best of 7 series they win at home beating the Colorado avalanche 6 to two The bolt's got scoring from all four of their lines Andre palat had a goal and an assist as did Steven stamkos We had a much better start We had some chances We had some shots We had some offensive zone shifts something we didn't really have early in the game The last two So it's a different feel We're obviously comfortable in playing those tighter close games and games with the lead Nick Paul not just 5th goal of the playoffs early in the second which turned out to be the game winner Anthony cirelli pat maroon and Corey Perry each scored Nikita kucherov and Victor hedman both finished with two assists Both of Colorado's goals came on the power play off the stick of their captain Gabriel landeskog Walsh marsicano Tampa

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The Biden Admin's War on American Suburbs

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 3 d ago

The Biden Admin's War on American Suburbs

"Now I want to tell you about their effort to destroy your home And your community It's been renewed under Biden Linda killing an American thinker the war on America's suburbs which opened a new front Buried in President Biden's proposed budget for 2023 and I mentioned this in passing last week Is a $10 billion bribe for suburban communities to remove zoning bearers to high density housing In other words low income housing The federal government promises the suburbs funding for street improvements traffic control Water and sewer lines have they adopt quote housing forward policies that eliminate single family zoning and open their communities to quote affordable housing In other words eliminate single-family home communities This is no benign endeavor to provide more housing It's a strong signal that Democrat controlled states To gear up the decades long efforts the bludgeon affluent communities into submitting to housing justice quote unquote In providing their quote fair share on quote Now we've discussed this at length but it's back

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Kathryn Kolbert: Roberts Would Not Divert Others From Overturning Roe

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 4 d ago

Kathryn Kolbert: Roberts Would Not Divert Others From Overturning Roe

"So the argument is going to be Roberts does tend to like a middle ground. And the chief justice has indicated in the past that the pivotal issue for abortion rights may be whether a pregnant person has a pregnant person, says Politico ever the woke ever the woke publication, whether a pregnant person has sufficient I can't believe I'm reading that. Has sufficient opportunity to get an abortion, not the age of the fetus. Roberts has said, there is a point at which they've had the fair choice opportunity to choice. Why would 15 weeks be an inappropriate line? So in other words, Politico is reporting, and I think it's probably just a theoretical argument. But he only needs one other conservative and attorney Catherine Colbert who argued at the high court for the abortion rights side in case C three decades ago predicted on a recent podcast that she sees no way justice Roberts diverts his colleagues from their increasingly intense desire to overturn roe. Not a chance in hell. She said bluntly. Well, we'll see. I'll believe it when I see it.

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How Should Parents Push Back Against the Vaccine for Toddlers?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 4 d ago

How Should Parents Push Back Against the Vaccine for Toddlers?

"Charlie, I have very serious reservations about giving the vaccine in my two year old son. But I know my pediatrician will likely recommend it now that the FDA has approved. What are your thoughts? Is there anyone pushing back against this? So look, I just want to reiterate that vaccine companies have pushed this on a little kids because they want to get it onto the official childhood schedule vaccination schedule for liability protection. Similar to the WHO story that we've talked about and covered in great detail, states can push back against this and there is one governor who is pushing back against this. It is governor Ron DeSantis. Governor Ron DeSantis is pushing back against the bio medical corporate pharma fascist regime. And saying, this is the line. We're not going to do this. There is no reason whatsoever. To inoculate 6 month to 5 year olds. Against a virus that they are not dying from. You are injecting a gene therapy that is called a vaccine. Doctor Cole is just in our program and he walked through all the risks associated with it. We've had doctor Malone do the same thing. Doctor McCullough do the same thing. And Ron DeSantis is saying, I'm not just going to keep on going along for the next thing. We're not just going to keep on falling for the phase three experimental gene therapy. Now if you got vaccinated and if you believe in the vaccine, fine. That's your choice. But we're talking about children that don't have a choice. And some parents are going to be pressured by doctors by institutions, to give a vaccine against a virus that does not pose a significant risk for them.

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 Bill Cosby civil trial jury must start deliberations over

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 d ago

Bill Cosby civil trial jury must start deliberations over

"So close and yet so far for the jury in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case near Los Angeles they were almost at the finish line but now the panel deciding though Cosby's fate in a civil lawsuit accusing him of sexual abuse is back at the starting point of deliberations on Friday the panel had reached verdicts on all but one question on their verdict form and the judge was ready to read off what they had decided on despite protests from Cosby's legal team but before that could happen deputies ordered the courthouse to be emptied because there was no budget for their overtime Meanwhile the judge had promised to draw that she could be dismissed after Friday's session for a prior commitment and said he didn't want to go back on his word The upshot of it all the panel starts deliberations from scratch now with

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"first line" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"first line" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"Again, with these guys, it's hard to tell if they like Boston or not Taylor hall was always a Boston guy, so that felt more like a sure thing. You also didn't give up much to get him. So that might be another comp. I mean, again, Taylor hall is value was extremely low last year. He also basically said I only want to go to Boston. So that's kind of why you only give up Björk in a second. You're not doing that with forsberg, but maybe you're right, maybe lysell isn't the be all end all of the deal, which would be nice. It was like the broski then that'd be great. Exactly. Yeah, I think if you're acquiring a rental for the bruins, you're only doing it if you've done your homework of maybe it's not a sure deal that they're going to sign a contract right after you get traded for them. But you heard hall all throughout this stretch before he officially resigned talking about how much he loved boss and appreciated it. I feel like they're doing their homework and you're not acquiring a pending free agent unless you know that it's a guy that'd be interested in staying here long term. I don't think you're giving up a first. It's almost like the Rick Nash thing where, again, they gave up that first gave up a lot for him, a guy like lingering, who could sure use now, but I believe the bruins were pretty candid about that, that it wasn't for the concussions. They viewed him as a long-term kind of piece in this window to kind of pay with creature going forward. It just, unfortunately, the concussion issues made him retire. So I don't think they're giving up a lot for a rental if they don't think it's a guy that they can add, not just this year, but in the years ahead. Imagine creatures looking over, I've measured the burns yet forest breeze looking over going. You got four spray you got Taylor hall now. All after I leave, ridiculous, ridiculous. I've got so much money first. I know. Regular season ends on March 9th and then check extra league. Don't forget. So there you go. You might be coming back. Jumping through waivers and everything. But hey, I mean, there's ways you could make it work. I'm just saying, you know, you get forsberg. David Craig comes back, a team like Arizona claims him. You trade a fourth round pick form. You got David krejci with all impostor knock. He got for his work. I'm just saying. So then in that case. I'm joking. I'm joking. I just went on that. There was now that you're on this, then if those, if that was your top 6, we're getting people so riled up with this. But if it was marchand bergeron forsberg, hall, creature Pastrana, I would comfortably say that's a Stanley Cup contender. I would have no issue saying. That's a wagon of a top 6. I mean, again, that's why I don't know how you make it work with yourself. Yeah, you have to do some major challenges. Yeah, it'd be interesting in the off season if you are intent on actually resigning that like that. But you never know. See how far HC however you say that I butchered that pronunciation, but see how far they go. Hey, you never know. Never know. On D and a guy who the bruins have been interested in you wrote about this was hampus lindholm at the Anaheim ducks who feels like he's been on the trade block for like years..

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"first line" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:33 min | 10 months ago

"first line" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm your host, Bob Scriven. Oh, glad to have you with us. California's single best resource on the issues of aging. Um, 23 years here on kfbk. Glad to have you with us. I have to get some stuff out of the way first that I have to say every week Otherwise somebody gets mad. I'm Bob Scriven. Oh, remember, I'm not an attorney. I don't practice law. I don't give legal advice. I have a California insurance license I've had for 50 years. I don't sell insurance. But I have a license. So I have to tell you that Have a legal document assistant license issued by and recorded in the county of Sacramento. Um the legal document assistant allows me to prepare legal documents and do direction and request. My license number is Tuesdays are 4-05. And and it expires August of 22. It's recorded in Sacramento County. That allows me to prepare documents such as trust powers of attorney that kind of stuff at your direction and request. But I'm not an attorney, and everything I talk about here is my opinion only quite often. It's a very good opinion. But it's my opinion only And it always revolves around the issues of aging. And here's the easiest way I can explain that. Imagine in your head if you draw a line from left to right. And it was a declining line. It was just put an X at the first part of the line, and it's a declining line. And then at the end of the line, put another X. That's the line. Everybody hopes there on. I'm bored at the top of the line. I die at the bottom of the declining line asleep at night at home. Surrounded by my family. The problem is that's not the way most of us died. 70% of us Are going to die in a building. But I'll a large percentage of us are going to die Demented. Or ill but demented. I'm going to talk about dementia a little bit today. Um Going to talk about the two victims of dementia. There are always at least two victims of dementia. The other line. I want you to draw You can kind of draw it in your head or with your finger. You start to draw the first line. But about two thirds of the way there you bend the curve and the curve goes down. And you put an X and we're that curve starts and until the end, you draw a little box around That's long term care. That's where the issues of aging happen. And that's what I'm going to focus on. I don't care who get your stuff. I don't care who your heirs are. I don't care if you avoid probably. I do care if you avoid probate. That's a nice thing. Nobody wants to go through probate, usually It's nice to not have a conservatorship. But I want to talk about what happens in that box. And that box is called frailty. The name of my book. Is navigating frailty. There's a reason why That was the name of my book. Because it's how to navigate frailty. Frailty can happen because of lots of reasons it can happen because of illness, mental or physical. It can happen because of loneliness. It can happen because of All kinds of things. But rather than an aging I I'd prefer to call it frailty. That's what's going to happen to your mom and your dad and you and your brother and your sister and every single person on the planet Earth is the age. We can't do things the way we used to do. I don't go up ladders anymore because it's stupid to go up ladders past a certain age. So I have somebody usually my son who I heard corralling becoming over and doing it. Um And and But I don't go up ladders. My wife and I don't go bladders anymore. All of us have to succumb to the issues of frailty as we get older sleep patterns change as we get older things a canned hurt and our backs are bad and arthritis sits in then. And all of those kinds of things are going to happen to all of us. It's it's just the way it is. Now how we cope with it, however, and how we deal with it and how we plan for it are completely different issues. Let me give you my contact information. You can always call me My consultations are free. If you need to come in and talk about these issues. I'm happy to do it. As I said the consultations are free. My office phone number is yes. Even here in Sacramento. It's an 800 number. 809 998007 809 998007. 809 998007. Or you can go to my website assets and a gene dot com Assets and aging dot com A S s.

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"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:28 min | 11 months ago

"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Us today. The un's prestigious international panel on climate change released a blistering report that they are calling it quote code red for humanity. The report effectively says humans have pumped so much carbon into the atmosphere that we can no longer stop the planet from hitting some of the dire benchmarks. Climate scientists have been warning us against for decades. Now with they're calling for is a new urgency. They're calling for human civilization to get it together to drop carbon emissions dramatically. Starting right now or face an unlivable planet in the foreseeable future. Right now in the united states the vehicle by which the biden administration is trying to take. Its first great leap. Forward on climate and carbon emissions is the big three and a half trillion dollar infrastructure. Bill that democrats will likely have to pass on their own without any republican. Help you seen a lot of headlines about the infrastructure bill. It's the smaller one. The bipartisan one. That doesn't do much for climate at all. That's due to pass at about eleven. Am tomorrow in the senate but after that happens tomorrow morning they will immediately start working on the big one. The one that includes among other things. The biggest climate initiatives the government has ever undertaken after they are expected to pass the initial resolution for that. Big bill this week. The committee's will then start working on it by the middle of next month. We may start to see the first meaningful votes. That will tell us whether that big bill is going to pass or not but as the ipc reminds us today they do not have not only a single vote. They don't have a single minute to spare. Watch this space. I'm back from vacation one day and i've already in twenty seconds of last word already back to my terrible. That does it for me tonight. I'll see you again tomorrow night. The meadow show weeknights at nine on. Msnbc whether it's the politics of climate change the effect of state marijuana laws or the challenges of racial injustice. Get your daily dose of enlightening articles at msnbc daily ridden perspective. People you know. Entrust like chia menendez tackling the issue of immigration many tyson weighing in on voter suppression and frank big lucy writing about national security along with michael steele offering his take on the republican party lists plank come to gender issues and others plus a fresh take every morning from me haze brown start your day with msnbc daily at msnbc dot com..

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"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:46 min | 11 months ago

"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"For free over the weekend. Jeffrey rosen the last man to serve as attorney general under former president trump. He testified on saturday for about seven hours before the judiciary committee in the senate testified about president. Trump's attempts to pressure him and other top justice department officials into basically overturning the results of the twenty twenty election. Senator richard blumenthal of connecticut. Was there for that closed. Door testimony on saturday joins us now senator. It's great to have you here. Thanks for making time. Thank you very much rachel. welcome back. thank you How serious is the Set of circumstances. That's being described to you by people. Jeffrey rosen richard donahue in this recent testimony what we've seen a lottery less or and a half years of donald trump and nothing in my experience was more serious than this attempts overthrowing lawful election corrupting and weapon. I think the department of justice absolutely horrifying and graphic chromatic detail. Jeff rosen described. Made it all the more ryota us. He conveyed what was like to live through it. In real time and anybody standing up to the present in the oval office killing the white of that office and the importance of that historic moment really had a very important role in history. And i must say the seriousness of it was conveyed very very importantly during that envy. Obviously this is important for history in terms of accountability both at the justice department and for potentially the former president. I guess there's the question of what happens to this information. We expect that presumably. Your committee will release these transcripts We expect from chairman durban that there may be some report at some point but i was struck by the fact that this weekend after sitting through some of that testimony. Use that you see the prospect for criminal charges here. Does that mean. You're expecting your committee to make a criminal referral or that. The justice department might itself move ahead on these matters already. I we have to go for with our investigation. And of course german will decide what witnesses ought to be pursued. As you've just said be pack will testify on wednesday but there are a great many others who had positions of public trust and donald trump's pattern has been to use acolytes and sicker fans in those positions trust weather in the white house or in the congress as well as in the department where he enlisted. Jeff clark and underline with threats to replace jeff rosen. I think the facts already do in this investigation and reported publicly as you've just done warrant fair consideration for referral to the department of justice. I think that there are very important. Evidence that have to be considered by the department of justice in an investigation of criminal lawbreaking. But the important word you've just use. It is accountability. if anybody engaging lawbreaking. They need to be held accountable. We want to know what happened so it never happens again and that has to be our common purpose here find the facts follow them and the law wherever they go and get all the witnesses. That will voluntarily testify to provide us their truth justice jeff frozen day very credible senator blumenthal just briefly just so i understand when you say that when you talk about the prospect of criminal behavior potential criminal referral are you talking about the justice department officials who essentially participated in this plot with the president or you talking about the former president. I'm talking about what we know right now. Which is that. If one of the department justice officials engage in conduct could be regarded as raking and certainly the pressure brought to bear on department. Justice officials warned consideration possible prosecution. But we need to know a lot more fat. And what i'm saying is at the department of justice has to take fair with at these facts and what they constitute in the way of lawbreaking connecticut senator or member of the judiciary committee. Richard blumenthal sir. It's kind of you to make time to be here tonight. Thank you so much. Thank you all right. We'll be right back. Stay with.

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"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Now here we are. Bj pack us attorney. Who resigned is due to testify. We think this week before the senate judiciary committee as part of their investigation into what happened inside the justice department to help trump try to overthrow the election results and sees power in the last few days. Both richard donahue the deputy attorney general. Jeff rosen the attorney. General have raced into that same senate judiciary committee to give their testimony as well before trump basically can get it together to try to stop them from testifying by asserting. Some executive privilege claim donohue raced in and testify on friday. Rosen testified on saturday for nearly seven hours both of those rows testimony behind closed doors. Senator richard blumenthal one of a handful of senators. Who was there for all rosen's testimony. He came out of that testimony and called it. Quote graphic and dramatic and chilling. He also said quote as a former. Us attorney and state attorney journal for twenty years. There is a real potential for criminal charges. here they should be seriously considered. I go away for two weeks at all. Heck breaks loose. Next time i take a vacation. I insist that no attempted coup to overthrow the. Us government be revealed during the time that i am away. Not just just wait. Until i'm back The rich donahue and jeffrey rosen. Testimony happened in a rush. On friday and saturday we are awaiting the transcript of that testimony which we believe will ultimately be released to the public. Us attorney bj. Pack whose mysterious resignation in january has finally been at least partially explained. His testimony is due in the next few days fascinated to know about that too. But the stories is is.

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"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"And of course. They'd be much more likely to do that. If georgia went ahead. I especially if they had this backstop from the us justice department talking about all this fraud in the election and that could be used to justify their actions. So it'd be georgia. I but then presumably it'd be pennsylvania and michigan and arizona wisconsin in nevada everywhere they believe that republicans in control of the state legislature would go for it if georgia went first and did it would republican state. Legislators in those other states do it too if they had back up from the. Us justice department if they had the explicit explicit pretext is explicit request from the us justice department. That they should do it. You think they wouldn't fantasy. This was an actual plan in actual thing that they tried for one it solves an actual mystery thing that has been bugging me since january just before the attack on the capital obliterated. All other news on january six. We learned that the top federal prosecutor in georgia effectively. The top doj official in the state of georgia had suddenly resigned his position. The us attorney and georgia's name is bj pack. We covered it intensively at the time. Why is b.j. Pack resigning particularly when it emerged. That trump had been calling election officials in georgia personally pressuring them to declare the election of fraud. Why did the us attorney in. Georgia resigned in the middle of that kind of pressure from the president. Well as katie benner at the new york times reported while i was trying to teach myself new fishing. That's that us attorney in in georgia bj. Pack he was reportedly told about this plot from trump and jeff clarke the justice department. He was told about the plot that they were trying to launch starting in georgia as the top justice department official in georgia. Us attorney bj. Pack trump appointee would presumably have had to go along with that. Or get out of the way right i mean the plot underway. That trump was working on with a senior justice department official who he then tried to install as attorney general what he was working on was the justice department declared georgia's elections to be corrupt and then tell republicans in the legislature to go ahead and convene themselves into clare trump the winner pick a trump electoral slate to replace the biden. Say the us attorney in georgia bj. Pack at the time would have had to back that up as a justice department official or you would have had to quit. Get out of the way. Well we now know. After he got a call from the deputy attorney general. Richard donahue late on the night of january third. He quit early in the morning of january fourth. And we now know that that deputy attorney general rich donahue and the attorney. General jeff rosen. They didn't sign their names on the bottom of that letter to georgia in this space that had been left for them to sign. And it looks like that. Deputy attorney general which donohue warned the us attorney and georgia about this plot. This actually rational conceivable plot. To overturn the election using fake fraud claims and georgia backed up by the us justice department and backed up and effected by republicans in the legislature of those states. Who would be willing to go along with it and.

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"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

07:14 min | 11 months ago

"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"And that obviously landed as a bombshell and got a ton of attention over the past couple of weeks. Those notes for first published. I released to the public by the house oversight committee. But here's the other part of those handwritten notes. That made me basically swallow my tongue when i when i printed out the whole set of notes on vacation and read them. It's just a single line on page. Four of these handwritten notes. This is apparently again quoting trump. Most of these notes are just quoting trump on this call and according to the notes trump says in this call center twenty-seventh says to senior justice department officials the attorney journal and deputy attorney general. He says to the georgia legislature is on our side. The reason that is so bad that single line is such a doozy is because of what we now know happened the very next day that call trump says say the elections corrupt and leave the rest of me and georgia legislature is on our side that call was december twenty seventh the very next day there was a letter. Abc news was first published this letter. It's dated the day after that call after that. Call with trump saying just saying the election was corrupt and leave the rest of me that caller he says the georgia legislature is on our side. The very next day december twenty eighth we now know and apparently very trumpy senior figure at the trump justice department man who ran the civil division of the justice department. A man named jeff clarke drafted this letter. That was to be sent to the governor of georgia the head of the state assembly there and the head of the state senate. They're dear governor. Kemp mr speaker. And mr president trump quote the department of justice is investigating various regularities in the two thousand twenty election for president of the united states. The department will update you as we are able on investigatory progress but at this time we have identified significant concerns that may have impacted the outcome of the election in multiple states including the state of georgia the next paragraph of the letters and then linking to the moon bat rudy giuliani fake hearing in georgia in december that was so bunkers ultimately contributed to rudy giuliani having his license to practice law suspended in multiple jurisdictions. But that's what jeff clarke sites is the evidence for this these terrible revelations of corruption in georgia. Jeff clark's letter continues quote in light of these developments. The department meaning the us department of justice recommends that the georgia general assembly should convene in special session to take additional testimony. Received new evidence and deliberate on this matter. The purpose of the special session that department recommends would be for the assembly to evaluate the irregularities in the twenty twenty election determine whether those violations show which candidate for president won the most legal votes in the election and number three to determine whether the election failed to make a proper and valid choice between the candidates such that the general assembly could take whatever action is necessary to ensure that one of the slates of electors cast by the state will be accepted by congress on january. Sixth so again. This is a letter to georgia. Dated december twenty eighth. This is jeff. Clarke had the civil division and trump's justice department writing this letter essentially telling the state legislature in georgia that they should consider the election corrupt because the justice department is looked into it and found all sorts of significant corruption and therefore the state legislature should take matters into their own hands to replace the state's biden electors with trump electors. And do it before january sixth. When the electoral college votes would be counted in the letter. Jeff clarke ethan spells out that although it looks on the surface like only the governor of georgia could call the legislature back into such a a special session like this. He says it is the opinion of the us department of justice that the legislature can call itself back into session even without the governor. Doing anything they can do that on their own authority. I remember the note. Remember that line on page four from the call that happened the previous day trump assuring the attorney general deputy attorney general quote. The georgia legislature is on our side. So the problem here the problem that emerges how dare this happened on my vacation. Often that emerges is that this wasn't some cockamamie fantasy where like the pillow company guy says the supreme court will rule nine but nothing that trump is the lord emperor. This isn't like the cumin cyber ninjas in arizona being found bamboo shoots in the bathroom trash therefore by magically. isn't president anymore. This isn't giuliani being like. Oh there's eight thousand dead people who voted. I mean i mean sixteen thousand dead. People have a million dead people who voted and therefore biden isn't president. This isn't some of that nonsense like we have seen in the months since the election from the president's supporters and people working for him this is an actual plan right. The letter has places for three signature at the bottom. The attorney general. Jefferson rosen at the time deputy attorney general richard donahue at the time and the guy who wrote at jeff clarke had of the civil division. At the time had rosen and donohue agreed with clark that they should sign this and send it think about what that would have meant there of course would have been a national clamor that the us justice department had declared the election to be corrupted potentially fatally so the georgia republican legislature if trump was right if if trump was right that they were on board with this. They're all on our side and if he was right they would have tried to call themselves into special session to to what try to recall the state's biden electors from the electoral college instead. Consider whether the other slate meaning they trump slate should have been sent instead. Jeff clarke sent over this draft letter dated december twenty eighth. He also sent over an email accompanying the letter to the attorney. General in the attorney general in that email. He spelled out exactly that the plan was to do this. Not just in georgia but in multiple states it says quote. The concept is to send it to the governor speaker and president pro temp says it should be president pro tem of each relevant state to indicate that in light of time urgency and sworn evidence of erection of election irregularities presented to courts and legislative committees the legislatures thereof should each a symbol and make a decision about electoral appointment in light of their deliberations. So they're gonna. They're gonna send this thing to georgia saying the justice department has found. Serious irregularities you all should convene yourselves in a special session and look at your slate of electors. Know what i mean. They're going to send this thing to georgia. They believe republicans in the georgia. Legislature are on our side and will act on. It will actually do it. They'll replace the election result in georgia with their own. Choice of trump electors. And they plan to do the same thing in multiple other states. Where again they think. Republican legislators will act.

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"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

05:06 min | 11 months ago

"first line" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Great question rachel. The answer to the question is absolutely vaccination will prevent that. It will go a long way to preventing that because remember when you get vaccinated even though you get breakthrough infection. The overwhelming majority of the people don't even get infected in those that do get infected. That's when you get the situation of passing it on to someone else but if you will allow the virus to freely circulate in ninety three million people and give it the opportunity to find vulnerable targets you give it the opportunity to mutate and form another variant. As i've said so many times it's very clear in viral aji that a virus will not mutate unless you allow it to replicate and whatever you can do to prevent it from spreading even though vaccines are not perfect. They're an extraordinarily powerful tool in prevent the spread within the community. The more you prevent the spread the less likelihood that the virus will mutate. This brings up another important point because people say well. I'm healthy the chances of my getting seriously. Ill is very very low. So why do i need to worry about getting vaccinated and the reason is it isn't all about you because if in fact you don't get vaccinated and you do get infected and you're part of the transmission chain and you allow to infect someone else you're propagating the ability of that virus ultimately mutate and if it does mutate to something that does evade the vaccine then we really got problem we're fortunate that the delta variant is relatively well controlled certainly against severe disease by the vaccines that we use. If you allow the virus to just completely freely go around and goes from person to person you giving it an opportunity to evade ultimately even the people who've been vaccinated because if you get a mutant that is very different from delta may be much different and much more transmissible a much more serious than that impacts even the vaccinated people so people getting unvaccinated potentially hurt themselves their family and the community but it also helps possibly to make things ultimately worse for the people who were already vaccinated in terms of that simple idea at the heart of the virological principle at the heart of this that more replication equals more opportunity for variation and mutation. Are you up at night. Worried about kids going back to school in the fall. I mean that is upon us now. That is starting to happen. And we were over one hundred thousand cases again now. We were three hundred thousand cases in january but kids weren't in school we do. How have a lot of people. Vaccinated masks is a whole other issue. We could talk about that separately. But how worried are you about. Seeing large numbers of new infections particularly among people once people are back in school. Well i'm worried about rachel if we don't do the right thing so let's talk about that so we know because we've had experienced now. Eighteen months keeping the children physically out of school has real detrimental implication for them. We know that the development of the children mental health. Who what have you. So you've got a balance. How do we get them to school at the same time that we protect them to get them safely in school. The first thing you do is you surround them with those people who can get vaccinated and are vaccinated so anybody that goes near a child. In school teachers people who work in the school if they're eligible to be vaccinated they need to be vaccinated right away. That's one level of protection then also as difficult as it is for children to be wearing masks. You gotta get everybody to wear a mask in school. And that's what. The cdc recommendation is vaccinate who can be vaccinated and wear masks fathers. I know it's difficult and it's controversal about children and those in school wearing masks. But we don't want to keep the children out of school for yet again another term and at the same time. We want to keep them safe. Dr anthony chee our nation's top infectious disease expert president biden's chief medical advisor director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. So whenever you can be here. It's we'll have you. It's always an honor to have time with you. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me racial. Thank you got a lot to get to here tonight. It is very good to be back. Stay with us. Lots of.

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"first line" Discussed on Rest In Peace

Rest In Peace

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"first line" Discussed on Rest In Peace

"Brain can actually hold onto trauma and the technique is a way to change the cognition. That's the thought around trauma. Not so you forget because it's not about forgetting but so that you can remember more peacefully so that anyone who for example survived being witnessing of someone who's gotten into a crowd and and just took out a gun and started shooting worse survivors of war or survivors of sexual abuse or survivors of of a pandemic. And where there's in cecil trauma and loss like our first line. Workers that what we are frontline workers that that there's a way that the trauma that the burn out is held within the modern body in the mind and the soul and what. Em dr does is. It helps to realign the way. The brain is thinking about the trauma the memories and help you to carry with you a different perspective and it it it really works on the left and right brain and the systems that are out there make up your cognitive structure that is the way sank in the you also on the off organization call assist so a c i s d will event. We couldn't send the yeah. Go ahead is a very good center. For the integration of spirituality transformative experiences. That's quite awful yes there's there's a wonderful group of people who headed up this board and they are quite serious about creating research around us. Spiritually transformative experiences. They have courses for service to learn more about clients who may walk into their offices and can't really identify what's going on. But they know that they're the pain that they're experiencing is just insurmountable and through a tracking. What trained therapists are able to identify. If they understand that clients can walk in and have what's called a Awakening which is really going into the depths of the soul. It's going into the cave if you will of a hero's journey and you're being literally psychically spiritually torn apart and it can transform you. It is transformative in such a way that you are forever changed in you really there when you return back into your into your body and into your soul you are yourself in forever. Changed this idea of being forever. Changed is is is really a trans spiritually transformative. Experiences is often about in a spiritually transformative. Experience can happen in a near death experience. It can happen after a surgery. It can happen if you Have been with someone as they died. And you felt yourself leave your body and and you are again forever. Changed surface old so these are the kinds of things that really take precedence In the discussion around these spiritually transformative experiences. I'm sure the many gurus are not totally does within these organizations but Somebody will ask you any to recommend to to follow a can be reading obedience the concession..

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"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

"Know. Give us the many stars as you feel and thanks for those. Who Do you who have done so especially on apple? Apple podcasts because I I think it matters a on there. I know matters on everything, but if you're on apple podcast listening, just give us a little love wherever you can and thanks for tuning in there on the Pantheon podcast network, or you know spotify we mention them. We give them scrap sometimes, but they do a great job for us. And we thank spotify for continuing to be one of the main places. People go to get this. This silly podcast of our buddy Louis, and then you have like Cashbox FM. Player FM who have been great as well I beans, really doing great and thank you to everybody no matter where you go to get it and thanks for being in touch, those of you who are starting to reach out on the facebook page We've come across a couple. Let people including a teacher from Wisconsin. His name escapes me, but we we want. Want to get involved with you. Sir and your class, if you are indeed going to teach young ends, and we can help in any way when it comes to rock and roll, it's one of the reasons we came here in the first place to do this podcast was to teach people about the music that we both loved so much really well the next time we do just that my friend, let's line it up. Sign off. I'm recoup. In the darkest we'll catch you next time on the imbalance history of rock and roll and Marcus here to promote something. We're really excited about our upcoming episode with one of the authors of the new book. Brother Robert subtitled growing up with Robert Johnson. We will speak with Preston Louder. Bach who co wrote the book with Anja Andersen Robert Johnson's half sister and in our interview. He gives us a view of how his. His Book Will Affect Blues History I. Think it will certainly add a a personal dimension to it that fans of Robert Johnson have lacked people. Keep asking me well you know. Does this book explode? The mythology and I really think that those two portrait's hang side by side. He gives us insights into the mindset of Robert Johnson as he made his way into adulthood. You have to remember that he grew up with. Several different last names, and you can only imagine what kind of an identity crisis that would cause. And he gives us a glimpse of why the long held notion of Johnson. As a loner was wrong, Robert didn't divulge his family history around his beliefs. And he didn't really go into. His music career with his family, and so he very deliberately kept these lives separate, and yes, we will discuss the DEVO. We will release our interview and what we see as the truth about this important figure in music, history on July sixth to set the table were re-releasing are two episodes about Robert Johnson, and the progenitor of the Blues on June twenty ninth, and July second to wet your appetite for this exciting new story line about the Great Robert Johnson catch all of it here on the imbalance history of rock and roll on the Pantheon, podcast, collective or wherever you get your podcast. By Hello everybody I'm kyle and I met you and we hear from audio judo. The music discovery podcast curious about new music or WANNA. Learn something new about old music and start right here with us. Here's a little sample of what we do. Then tonight we are talking about pink. Floyd's. A momentary lapse of reason led Zeppelin's houses of the holy. Matthew and the Atlas Hunky Dory by David. Vote Yes. We are awakened my love by childish Gambino. Boston by the band Bosto-. Yeah I for sure was never cool enough to Elizabeth Smith. Like I feel like there was like this weird entry fee that you had to pay in coolness. We've seen the movie less than zero. Kind of costs about that okay good today we have a very special interview with legendary singer fish. You Doing Fish Thompson. Got Yeah just really got scape coal from Ron Debilitating. Lee Will. One of our listeners recently wrote to me and said that he's referring to you and I said I like the cantankerous Gen. xer meets a less grumpy millennial thing you guys have. Let's it if you like to Mike, Little sample audio judo there Please give us a listen, and if you love music, come check us out at audio dot, com, or wherever podcasts our podcast..

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"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

"You know it's written by Yvonne Solo. So you're really getting the stream of consciousness that he had that flowed out of a lot of times when he was writing and playing different from the production on the other track. Where was the London this one had Rick Marotta on drums? Where was London had hit in January seventy eight and this single lawyers, guns and money was released in July that year, and so it kept excitable boy on the radio pretty much for the entire year of nineteen seventy eight. This song lawyers, guns and money was the one that really grabbed me more than where wolves because of the. The imagery and it's in the whole album. Just you know Roland all the different songs, they all this vivid imagery going on, but when he says you know what the situation is, and you realize it isn't good and the funny thing about this on c. goes in as an innocent bystander, somehow I got stuck between a rock and a hard place, and I'm down on my luck and he. He starts screaming imploringly right and hiding in Honduras. I'm a desperate man. Send lawyers, guns and money the shit is it and that's what it's really all about, and he puts it in song. I'm sure kept it off a lot of radio stations, but people did do at its of it, and some people just played it because it was accepted artistic expression at one point, certainly in one thousand. Thousand Nine hundred seventy eight, so, but the thing is, is that when you get those first lines and both these songs and you see it in this one is well. You know I went home with a waitress. The way I always do so right away. You're thinking about the Guy Right. You're thinking like ladies man, yeah bit of a ladies man. Maybe he's got a regular waitress like. Waitress all the time. Maybe maybe it's as simple as my girlfriend's a waitress, but he says it I went home with a waitress. The way I always do, and then the next largest takes away out of Gonzo left field. How was I to know? The Russians to. Absolutely there's the humor in it and the cleverness that always gets me all his songs, and it's just great. The song plays kind of like a james bond spy novel in some ways with the Havana reference the Russians reference the Cold War reference hiding out in Honduras when there was no extradition to the United States at that point seventies. I'm pretty sure what man you're really good on that stuff I'll tell you that you should do a imbalance history of world history. That's what you should. Music way better, but you know when you look at it. There are all these alternate lyrics to where wolves of London I don't know that there's been a lot alterations made to lawyers, guns and money, but it is a great song on down. That is stack with them in excitable boy. It really is a great album and I think he referred to wear. Wolves of London is the third song in his horror, trilogy or something like that, and he had written to other songs on the album that were part of the horror trilogy, and again he uses such great humor mixed with just bizarreness. And you were saying about? You know watch and watch a bunch of horror movies and write a song them. One of them was called. Where was as London in that kind of became the whole genesis at thing, but yeah you get your inspiration from wherever, and in that one. It's real life plowing its way into the arts. You know and Wadi also talked about the recording of this album. He said that for as easy as where wolves of London was to put together as a song recording, it was the hardest part of the whole album and they really hated it. And they were pissed that the label released. That is the single, even though it blew up right away, they wanted something else because they thought it was just a silly song. Lawyers guns and money and that's why they got excitable. Boy A, but the thing is maybe the label. Guys were clued into what was going on in Philly in New York and with this guy on the east coast. Who D-? Who Really didn't you know? Have the record out? He only had the one record that everybody had dead or alive. Really never had any traction at all. It put the first record did and they knew that. That they needed to get him out there and get him out to play where he could do that song because it was already popular there because he been there and because Jackson had been. You know what would be really cool is warns Yvonne played a bunch of shows during that time like the main point in different cities for radio stations. I would love to hear his Boston version of where wolves his Dallas version of where Werewolf. Version, but like if he played although cities his, you know his versions of werewolves of London and how he localized them. I think that would be really cool all right. And I love it and if they exist, I wanna hear him, but what if they don't exist? And what if it was only here? where he had that kind of connection because of what Jackson did introducing? Introducing him musically to Philadelphia before that I'm just saying hey, if you're out there, and you're one of our many friends in radio, who do listen to the podcast in? You know that there's versions you know about Cleveland or new. York or anywhere else. Please let us know because you guys have lived at two. And maybe we miss something. Their stations like W M in Cleveland. Version. W in New York. They did this stuff all the time. We were all the metromedia stations, and that was part of the tradition was to allow money to be spent the broadcast artists that were breaking up because of your radio station. It was pretty cool and you know what am Mars. The only one that's still doing true. Did I forget to tell the story that you wanted to hear Oh. Yeah, you almost stay. You had mentioned earlier that you had almost knocked warns Yvonne Office Stage What. Were you asking me if I had met him before and I think we met briefly. Briefly, backstage in talked very nice guy, and all that stuff and a bunch of people were there and I was coming off the stage I. Don't remember exactly what year was but I'll I'll have to go back and look it up, and I was coming off the stage, and he was just playing a solo, stand up to him and an acoustic guitar coming up, and in the awkward exchange of space and pleasantries I bumped him, and he was defenseless, because he had a guitar in his hands, it almost went off the back of the stage. He had no chance of surviving. And the only reason he didn't and I'm really was redemptive, because I'd have my head for my whole life, but at that moment I just reached out and grabbed a matriarch grab his jacket and the guitar straps. I know ain't have a little bit of both in I just yanked and he just stood up well, that was weird. Thanks in any walked out. ONSTAGE Ladies Warns Yvonne He goes out and performs Lennon interesting human being and I always appreciated that he didn't get on stage and talk shit about the big goof in the back almost put me into the cheap seats. He could add that to where we'll the London and some. A big. Hit in third row. Well these are the fun lives that we live in rock and roll, sometimes you intersect with people directly and F- In a physical way that can almost knocked them off state, but it doesn't happen too often. Thank God for that. At the same time. We all get to experience the music. The same way as fans of the music is music that we feel is music we love and there's a common relate ability that we can share. I remember one of my buddies We were all eagles Jackson Browne. Fans, we. We had jd salvo records. We were into the whole thing, right, somebody, excitable boy, I was young dad, so I took like some time away from family, and I went off to hang out with my buddies, and have a couple beers, and they played it. We must have played it twice. And from that moment on. That was probably when the first came out I've been a big fan of that one. And then I went back and got the first one and went back and got dead or alive so. Appreciate a man's work. You know what I'm saying. You get into it and yeah you do that, but so do this first episode of famous I lines with two songs from the Great. Warren's Yvonne just makes me Happy Marcus. I really wanted to do a famous for songs and I think we had originally spoken about doing our five favorite I lines, but there's so much to talk about with a lot of these songs and the opening lines and the relevance, and we can get along Sahfiqul about it, but I was thinking about famous I lines and five or out in the. There's so many great songs that we have listened to over the decades that are thirty forty fifty sixty years old five years old two years old six months old, but those.

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"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

"Zeev on comes to town and he gets up there and starts playing around in this by then he had become notorious for it and had become friends with Wm, their broadcast and the thing, and he's up there talking and playing the intro kind like vamping while he's talking about Jackson told me there was a bizarre CODA. Where Wolves in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and everybody house and he was I guess it was more than just a rumor at me like the humor in and the way he personalized it, and that kind of leads us to the most recent embodiment of where wolves of London. Which I'm sure, you love they call themselves. The immediate family and it's Waddy Wachtel and it looks like he's got Leland, scar and Danny Maher who I just mentioned as being part of the guitar production team for excitable boy. Steve Postel and Yeah Leland Sklar Russ Kunkel who is like on every other record. You know there was like all these guys. They were all in the same records together all the time and they did a lot of work together, so he pulled them all together, and they did it remotely as the immediate family. They performed together, but since they can't be together. They thought they do it. And it's it can find that by the way thanks to Pantheon podcast. PODCAST for posting it, you can find it on the imbalance history of rock and roll's facebook page, and everywhere else I. Guess but I just think it's great that they're doing that. And then they had a little line. They changed where it reference to. It's always about the Taylor I think there was a Liz Taylor reference. Live one point, and they said something about because everybody in this band, except for to have been fired by James Taylor and I thought that was fucking hysterical man, having some fun and somewheres Yvonne's looking on. That's right, boys. That's what I said. Keep me in your heart for a little. It's amazing the way he's able. Able to personalise those particular lines in the songs and throw him to either members of the band, or make them timely I'm sure to the locale of which where he was playing, and that's brilliance, it really is. It also shows the ability to think on your feet, or at least a plan to think on your feet you know, and that's the way it came through. When the man took the stage, and when we come back here on the imbalance, history or rock and roll, we'll talk about my first famous first line, which is also warns Yvonne and talking about the night I almost knocked him off the stage here on the. Streets of rock and roll, but I a sip of the brew 'em and I've got great news for anybody who is a fan of crooked eye brewery. Our sponsors here on the podcast. There are reopened lot. That's right. They open last weekend with just outside service, and they continue to fill growlers. crowder's in all your sixteen ounce cans needs, but they're serving and limited capacity outside, and as of Saturday the thirteenth. Thirteenth the music returns to crooked eye. That means is going to be live music at crooked eye. Whilst you enjoy those crooked eye beers on the patio, the crooked eye bans going to kick it off and they're going to on stage on the thirteenth, and they'll be inside and everybody. WHO's listening? We'll be outside keeping US covert safe, cool right very cool, and you know what else I like about all. All of this ray, you can bring your own food and have sort of a live music. Enjoy a beer picnic. Bring Your Sammy's, but also bring your masks and be patient practice social distancing. That's a request from everybody, a crooked eye including Marcus in I. Yes, indeed and remember if you're looking for a place to go right in the heart of hat borough, there is a place for you serving the Cure. Cure for what ails you since twenty four team, we're talking about crooked eye brewery and keep up with all the developments on their social media mainly on facebook, the best way to know what's going on today tomorrow and this week at crooked eye brewery and there are adjusted hours Marcus they're closing at eight Monday through Thursday, but open later now on the weekends as the music starts to return crooked eye. It's recoup and Marcus in darkest with a new concept here on the imbalance history of rock and roll. It's called famous I lines, and this is our debut edition I. Think it's going swimmingly well so far talking about Warren's Yvonne and your Fav- The where wolves London yes, the story that the werewolves of London tells is Hilarious, funny, brilliant, and very lighthearted and very local, depending on where warns. Over the years well, that was a team writing expedition, but for my first song on famous I lines I also want to reach into the same. Yvonne songbook onto excitable boy for this little nugget I went home with a waitress the way I always do. How was I didn't know she was with the Russians to? It tells you everything you need to know about what the draw is going to be in this song that it's GonNa. Be something something's going on. Okay, and if the first two lines don't clue in the Knicks one gets you. I was gambling in Havana. I took a little risk. Well, the next line is kind of where you're headed. Send lawyers, guns and money, Dad, give me at this and then the three, Martin's Yvonne..

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"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

"On the air. wfan Martin I guess. I've heard some talk on the West, coast. I've heard there's a bizarre worlds and Brent Maher. Wasn't just a rumor. About. How to how? Who the. How? Whether or not the moon. Moons always fully..

"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

"An experience and experience a really weird one a weird experience. Welcome be weirder than doing this podcast. Life gets pretty fucking weird. Lately I know. Yeah, really life has been weird the last punch amounts, but I was in the city, I saw a werewolf with a Chinese menu, his hand walking through the streets of Soho in the rain. Wow, that does sound kind of weird and I was sober. WAS THE WEREWOLF SOBER I? have no idea how well going gonNA. Go Talk to him. I just happened to hear about it on the radio. For the Chinese menu hand. Through the streets, and so with the way, and if by now you're not already wondering, what are these two guys babbling about? It's the latest episode of the Imbalance History of rock and roll sponsored by crooked eye brewery in the heart of Hafbro since twenty fourteen, and it is also a new concept twist. Be with US twist. It's a new for the imbalance history of rock and roll. We're calling it famous I lines. It's an important part of the rock and roll family tree, because believe it or not, these first lines of songs have inspired so many people but to you. You and I who listen to music, those first lines sometimes are the parts of the songs that hit us hard in the fields, and really pull us in, and if a song can pull you in from the get go, you're hooked, and that's why we decided to focus on first lines, and these are songs. Their first line or lines will set up the rest of the song. They instantly tell you a lot of the things. You need to know what this song is going to be about if it's new to you and when you hear this song that you're quoting. I offer those who don't know and art in the Bizarre Colt of where wolves or does that come from who? It comes from the where wolves a London. Yes, and the story behind Warren's Yvonne again. If you're not indoctrinated, we're just making sure. We're covering dot, knoller teas and crossing all our is. It's just one of those songs that ever since I've heard it. As a as a wee lad, I've always loved it. It's made me laugh. It's made me smile. It's made me bounce. It's made me move. It just makes you feel really good when you hear it and I just continued. Continued every time I, hear the song love it and I've been lucky enough to hear it several different ways over the years we've talked before about the WM Mr Broadcast Series from the main point longtime gone and this song where a London in some small part, maybe not so small owes a lot of its infamy and fame to the main point, wm are from the broadcast series. Of course, the one that we play is the version that Zebulon did live.

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"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"first line" Discussed on Pantheon

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"first line" Discussed on RoshCast EM Board Review

RoshCast EM Board Review

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"first line" Discussed on RoshCast EM Board Review

"So we have a twenty one year old woman who presents with pain tearing photo phobia and left eye redness. She's been wearing her contact lenses continuously for the last two weeks. The slit lamp examination reveals a white hazy opacity on the cornea at the three o'clock position of the cornea with associated. Limbaugh flush which are the following is the most appropriate pharmacotherapy all right. So this is a management question here. We need to specifically find out. What is the treatment for this condition. So really what we need to do is identify. The condition is a few key points. Here one we see that this patient has pain tearing and photo phobia with some redness. So this may seem like possibly a corneal abrasion. Maybe even something worse the other critical part of this question in order to answer correctly. Is that this patient is a contact lens. Wear so anytime you see an individual who wears contact lenses and has eye redness or i pain you have to think immediately pseudomonas originally so now. What we see here is something. That's a little more advanced than just corneal abrasion. Where seeing that. On slit lamp exam. We have a white hazy opacity so that makes me think that this patient may have a corneal ulcer which is much more significant to identify than just an abrasion. So let's go to the answer choices and see which one is the most appropriate. So we'll start with a topical acyclovir we know. Acyclovir is an antiviral and classically. If we are using an antiviral in the i. It's probably a herpes infection. And herpes infections will show on sit lamp exam with staining as a dendritic right or branching pattern which we don't see here in all so i'm going to cross out top goi cycle via then we go to topical amphotericin b. What we're talking about here is an antifungal and again very rare to have a fungal infection in the is possible but in this case there are no signs of that. So we'll cross that out. Then we're let with these topical ciprofloxacin and top goal psycho pentolite. So actually both of these can be administered to the patient. But here's the differentiator. This patient has a pretty serious infection and already has a corneal. Well it looks like a corneal ulcer which needs to be treated promptly so while topical syklla apparently which is a cyclo plea gic. Right could help with the pain. This patient needs immediate treatment. So i'm gonna x. out here across out top go psycho pentlay and we're left with ciprofloxacin as i mentioned when was reviewing the question anytime you see someone wearing contact lenses you must think about pseudomonas original the floor quinta loans are used to treat pseudomonas especially in the eye and therefore we will go topical ciprofloxacin as our answer and sure enough. That's what we have. Hey everyone before you go remember. You could also watch the reveal at the rosh review youtube channel where you can see me interact with the actual question and answer choices. And if you're interested in your home to bank whether you're an md or do a pa or an mp simply go to the russia view dot com website and sign up for a free trial heap learning. Keep working hard and always have a sense of mission about your work. Now is your time. This is dr adam rush signing off..

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"first line" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"first line" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In English. And so so he's just looking at this very, you know, well, accepted translation at the copper scroll. And he sees that the copper scroll again. According to to this translation in the valley under the ruins in the valley of a core. And. And so he just looks and he thinks, you know, the traditional and accepted place of the valley of a core. And looks for ruins in that area and thinks about ruins in that area and come runner or most famous and the most connected to the Dead Sea scrolls. So he just takes that first line as a preamble which everyone else had always taken that line as just referring to that. I a location, and so we just right off the bat and instinctively what he did that was different that will affect the rest of his research for a decade is that he took it as the preamble of like all of the next locations listed in this squirrel will be in the ruined which is in the value. Of course. So it's important that I gotta find that ruin and he just thought to himself. I'm going to see if the archaeological remains of Koran match the rest of the locations listed in the. Copper scroll. And that's where it began. In other words, all of the treasure is right there in Kumaon where the scrolls were discovered. Exactly other people other scholars have thought, you know with passing reference only John allegro, actually. Know really nail down a couple of locations that he identified with Kumaon in the copper school, certainly other scholars have thought there seems to be matches here because because the proximity, you know, the copper scroll just found steps away from combined. It's associated with all of the other Dead Sea scrolls authors and owners of the Dead Sea scrolls were the essence who lived at Combe run. And so I mean, it doesn't it's it's kind of a flash of the obvious in some ways. So really what Jeb Barfield was doing? That was unique and new was giving a method in Iran and a reason to. How does Koran match the copper scroll? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty of the locations? Are actually income Ron and buried underneath come Ryan, or at least on the edges around Koran because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruin which is in the valley. Of course, all the all his identification are very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pools. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the copper scroll begins it says pass under the steps leading to the east forty cubits. And so it was pretty easy for them Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and Koran and so he just orients his map for the cardinal directions of the compass, and he sees that there are steps setting east. And then he wonders. Well, how can I find out if those eastward facing stairs are forty cubits long? And it turns out that there had just been in archaeological report that was published at an excavation. That was ten years long. And they and they included in that report the links of the stairs. And it was exactly exactly forty cupid. And and so he just he goes from there just matching it up one at a time. And sometimes they're very very specific. Like, an obviously that report it didn't say you keep it measurements. And the report it use meters. But you know, once he converted it to to forty two the cubit system than it was exactly forty. So a retired firefighter breaks the code and discovers the location perhaps of this vast treasure of that is encoded in the copper scroll. We'll come back more with my conversation with Shelly needs, the copper, scroll project, the Beatles. Taking his into the break with while my catarrh weeps right here on coast to coast AM..

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