17 Burst results for "Garrison Keillor"

"garrison keillor" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:24 min | 8 months ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Z Greg Brown. Greg Brown used to be the name of the truth Speaking in tongues, you you to copy that in your library. Is that cool or what? Man? I can't believe that that mesmerizes me every time I hear it. The, uh Greg Brown thing used to be on the prairie home companion, Garrison Keillor. I used to say that the human sleeping pill Garrison Keillor, but he had a pretty cool show. Called Prairie Home Companion, where he was like a variety show. Mythically based on Lake will be gone. Remember that probably still doing it. He milked that for the longest time on state radio, state propagandist Radio National Public Radio was the most popular popular shows on there, and one of my first ever jobs and radio. I was I was on air but as part of the on air step, but We used to do. Ah. Extra extra money shifts so I would come in and record our We'd be recording some things while we're on the air, and you had to do it on to track tape to track tape. Many people don't know what that means. And then you play it back later, and that was one of the things that I used to do is record Prairie Home Companion. I was so good, it's placing tape of something got screwed up. We had to cut something out or make a production recordings. Now everything's digital, and by the way, we still record things and playing back later. It's all digital. It's back here on the wall in these machines behind me with blinking lights. You just plug in the space time coordinates and walk away, but I used to be able to splice a syllable. Syllable out of a word, not just a word out of a sense Was that good with splicing tape? You take that. Wax pencil and the mark on the tape, sliced with a razor blade, slice a nano meter in front of it and then put it back together with tape and I have to give credit. The guy that taught me to do that is a guy named Michael Jean Asta something if he's still out there, but he taught me on this place tape on there. Forget that. That was some of the most valuable radio experience ever had in my entire life. Is a time for me to hit the song yet. Well, almost Ramos there. I don't wanna I don't wanna blood. That's nothing. Again. Him. Jim Docile taught me how to back to back time songs. Is this? What? You don't You don't do this stuff anymore. I don't think in radio, but back in the day. This was huge stuff. Huge information imparting of information. More about that we come back. There's no cool story about that. I'll tell you about what we were supposed to do. In case of a nuclear attack. You're on there. Just.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You know, we're not lake woebegone anymore. Garrison Keillor is not on the air. I mean, I used to love his show. You know whether whether where the women are strong and men are good looking and those Children above average. Yeah. Scott have a nice New year's. Thanks for calling. I think I know why. Well, okay, you create. Good morning. Well, good morning, Brian. Thank you for your show. Um, I've got a question on cockatiel and Golden barrels and vixen fence posts when when should I start watering them and fertilizing them? And when should I start to see growth from them this year? Well, if we haven't had any, if you had a heading to rein in your house to mount anything, water him right now. Okay. The plants, the cactus, all all the characters, you know, pretty much got hurt last summer. You know, we just didn't have our Monsen. Now a native ocotillo That's established aren't even when your yard that's establishing pretty good size probably didn't hurt it, but a lot of golden barrels and things really burn up. A lot of the serious dead as well. And then when they start to grow is when the temperatures were going to hit about 85. If we can get any kind of, you know, good luck and have some more of those rains that came like last year in the spring. You won't have to worry about Waterman all this spring. But aside from that, you should probably water in the springtime at least once a month or so. And if not, they made suffer something even in the spring because it's been so dry and in the summer summertime in the heat of the summer, you know, probably once every two weeks. If it's 110 and above Okay. Good. Good. What type or numbers of fertilizer do you recommend for? You know, just a low balance. Fertilizer is going to be fine like a 2020 20. And how long have these cactus been growing well, I'm just the ark Adios. Just her new last year bear rooted and then the rest of them. They've all been kind of moved. Moved around. So they're all I guess. You get center mall new and replace. Well, then a better fertilizer. Well, be something higher and phosphorus. So you might just try like a little 16 20 ammonium phosphate. And just a little bit. They don't need a lot, but that'll give him some nitrogen and some extra fast first, and you know, really, Once they're happy, they don't need a lot of fertilizer, but they certainly would grow a lot faster with it. Okay. Good. Good on, Ben. What should I use for pre emergent all the gravel around him? Well, you want to be careful with pre emergence with newly planted plants like that s so I wouldn't spray right up against the plant. I would keep your perp reemergence, probably a couple feet away. And you might have to do some hand weeding, but because they're brand new, I would wouldn't put the pre emergence right up against him. Anything that's pending. Metal on base should work pretty well and You know, it's it's been something that we need to do lately. Good. Good. All right. Well, Brian, thank you very much as you appreciate it. Thank you. Okay. Yeah, that camera. Millis has been of no fun thing. So little pre emergent does work, but keep it away from roots. Caroline Maricopa. Good morning. Hey, Good morning, Brian. Thank you so much for having this Colin show. I sure have learned a lot from you keeps me out of trouble for a couple hours a week anyway, that's awesome. Hey, I've got some cannons that are still blooming, and I don't know when to cut him down whenever you feel like it. The thing about a year try and separate him and divide him worked on him A dollar? No, just cut him down. Just cut him down. I would probably leave him another week or so. The welcome that they're pretty right now, you know won't hurt him. But you want to have him go all the way down to come back out. How long have they been planted there? Carol. Cover two years. Okay, so they're pretty new so that you have no reason to have to separate the tubers or anything, and you'll get a lot nicer. Follow it if you just cut him back towards script. Okay, So do that. No. One week and then we're confused on watering because No rain really hot. Usually in the in the winter. We cut back on our watery I don't know how far cut it back this year. Well, you still can. I mean, most your plants have been in for two years. For example, right now, if you're watering, you know, once every two weeks, even on more tropical types of plants that should be fine. Once every two weeks. All right, we do. You have to kneel Poems. Okay, that are I can't remember. Maybe six months old, but still once every two weeks is fine as long as they get it once every two weeks. As long as they get a good deep irrigation should be, you know, more than more than adequate. Okay. Great. Thank you so much to your carol. I'm sorry. What I said, have fun and happy New Year. All right. Thank you. To you to have a safe and healthy new year too. But by we're gonna take a short break while we're gone. We've got three lines open where to come back with Seth and Sue. And then it could be you on the wood filters regarding show Bryce is here with the phones in the music, the number to call 602. 2775827277 Katie. Our new extra charge Hot nice copy from Duncan is made with 20% extra caffeine from green coffee extract because.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You know what they're doing. They could fix your car. Take a good look at it. The turnover living here you started again, saying they put the hand on the hip to scratch their head to take their hat off. They scratch their head like Yeah, I know what the problem is. That's how they fixing Bucky's auto service centers just like that real fast before we get to that story in the weekend for me, I was going to watch the game. I said I couldn't watch the game because they knew if I went to a bar to watch the game. People would have seen me there and then that people would have talked because the snow was I feeling of doing Garrison Keillor. So was coming. It's started to snow snowing over the past this weekend because of that everyone's getting ready. So I bought myself a husk. Avara 4 60. How Escobar Because I didn't want to be made fun of. I went out into the woods with my neighbor Dougie and cut wood. And when you're cutting wood with Dougie And he's yelling instructions. All the instructions are Right after you almost cut your leg off, So don't do that. Yeah, we don't do it. You're gonna cut your leg off like But why white? Why aren't those instructions given prior to starting the gigantic chainsaw or so five standing in the store? I think I want to buy that one because it's a little smaller, and I think I can handle it of the husk of Ara and anything. I don't want to go show up with that and then be made fun of by ax Man and Doug Dougie. My chainsaw was too small. So I buy this gigantic one, which I have never used before, and they're able to start them. They hold it with their right hand and then boom. Who do I have to put it on the ground and put my foot on top of it. What the hell you doing? You're going to cut your leg off. Everything was my leg coming off. Even just in the even in the truck Going over there. I could have lost my leg. Putting my seat belt on. I spent the entire weekend feeling. Like like the least masculine person I have ever felt in my life. It wass awkward. But you're doing this to become a better man. I mean, do you want to go in? I I want, I think somehow inmate and I think it's all in your jeans somewhere that you can all of a sudden you It's deep inside there and you because you were able to survive somehow. So I keep thinking, Well, I'm going to be prepared, so I'm chopping the wood and cutting the wood. But every single instruction always has me either losing an arm or leg. It's being screamed that over the sound of chainsaws going and then I didn't realize if your chainsaw hits the dirt. Well, guys dig in the dirt. No, not a sharpen the play ruins. Yeah, Yeah, I didn't know that. It hits the dirt. I thought How's the dirt is supposed to mess up the chain. Now you gotta sharpen. It could lose a finger. I mean, I would have ended up like nothing more than just a stump ahead. No arms, no legs. Once the weekend was over, that was going to be how I would be left standing is young just standing in a corner. The size of the chainsaw should fit the size of the log The sign so okay, wait. Whoa. Okay. Where did this all sudden come from? Your knowledge, chainsaws. I actually spent part of a summer. With the chainsaw with my good friend George. Good. All his dad owned some property and it we had a fell a bunch of these olders. And so, George, And so I I learned how to use Ah, Chainsaw and I did it for you know, maybe like a month. And that's where the first time I ever, you know, knew. What a quarter. Would you know how big a cord of wood his, you know? Because we had it, you know, after we, you know, split it. Split it up. We have a pilot on that anyway, so I learned a bit. But you don't need a huge.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And I'm curious how you would respond to that. Watch me, Mr President. Watch May look, it is both. But we say what we do what we control What? We know what kind of shape were in Come on. My A little bit. Garrison Keillor, their town residents that folksy appeal Foxy the right, So that was it. That's the highlight of his Biden on ABC. Also talking about taxes, You knock attacks, anybody that makes under $400,000 and good luck with that, and then do anything else stick out for you from that interview. This is the first time he's done like a big time interview where he wasn't being interviewed by, you know Cardi B or others. Yeah. No, I mean, I haven't had chance to listen to the whole thing. I'm just hearing the highlights. So I mean, so far, he has not tripped out of the gate. No, they had a fine four day convention. And you know if he's a Gaff machine, that machine is ah, you know, been disabled, at least for the time being, And now all attention shifts. As it should to the Republicans, and we'll see how how they managed to present themselves. You're right. We have this great our cotton If you need to get into the analysis of it about how much Basically conventions are infomercials and have the way infomercials work, you established a problem. Oh, I've got a hole in the top of my head where the hair isn't how do I fix it? And then you have the solution. I'm going to spray black paint over it. I don't know if we're aging ourselves, but that wrong. We don't. Yeah, we don't talk about spring back paint on that field. You know if you can see how each one on and then you know each one of the convention's addresses a problem identified the problem addressed the problem, then gives you a kind of a surprise. And then supposedly, your candidate is going to be the solution. Yes, in this particular analysis, they say the interesting thing for the Democratic convention was it wasn't It wasn't so much Biden as it was a whole bunch of regular people. All right, here we go. Patrick.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Oh, Freb just day Luke short in his joy. It was brilliant, slightly toasted Geir and Gimble in the wabe. All mimsy were the borrowed grows on the mome rats out great. Wow. This is my kind of show Vuvuzelas and Javert years you have been to be listening to. It didn't sound like you are. This is indeed the topic, girlie show. That was great. Thank you, Sean. For that this atomic early show John is away. And apparently, the mice do play when she was away, although, and Felix female, by the way, is that filling in for him? By the way, I think in your tea's I think you you you sort of slide it. Jonathan Jon. I both realize that poetry is not something that attracts many listeners. And in fact, we may be hearing people turning off their radios as we speak, but John loves poetry, at least in the performance aspect. I don't know how much poetry John reads. But John is a great performer, and so he could deliver like Wall Steve's 13 ways of looking at a Blackbird and, you know, I mean, he's just so Felix he is, I think I think he would take being feel slighted if you indicated that he was not a poetry fan. I was just remembering the last time I filled in with you. We talked about opera or something that we always find out and doing these sort of NPR ish kind of thing. That's sort of more more. What I was thinking of. You know where he's been in those radio plays for the last 20 years has Yeah. Which radio plays air those Felix Manel for those who I don't know how they couldn't know it as written a Siri's of old timey radio plays that are as authentic as as authentic gets. I mean, they really do and encapsulate what it felt like to be doing radio delays back in the forties. They're not old, tiny their contemporaries of the moment and ripped from the headlines. But headlines have three from the 19 thirties. Right anyway, we're getting way off topic, but yeah, Johnson, Big Garrison Keillor. It's mimicking. So Garrison Keillor loved poetry, and so therefore Giancarlo. OK, so I also feel like this is the topic. I do think that John is Anderson poetry, too. But I I I'm kind of sensitive Tio Jacobs. Positioning of stories and I feel like this is a bone he's throwing to me. The story we're looking at is called Why CEOs need to read poetry? Yes, poetry to lead in the post covert world. I'm a dissertation away for a Ph. D in English and I have read gobs and gobs of poetry and no, it doesn't seem very practical as a rule. However, I would argue that it's where all the world would be better. If we all were better at understanding poetry, appreciating poetry and or even writing poetry. The thrust of this article is that in some ways, it seems like the least utilitarian of all the arts. I mean, who needs tea to read poetry or write poetry? Appreciate poetry. He argues that indeed it as utilitarian purposes because now Mohr than ever, the business world needs people to think outside the box. And there's nothing like the intricate, ambiguous language of poetry to force us all and train us all. And how to better think out of the box. Yeah. And in some ways, this is not unlike the meditation craze that goes back a few years now, or that sort of corporate yoga, where they sort of take these eastern traditions or non non Western traditions. Let's say and bring them into a corporate setting to try to have people tap into their greatest self or tap into parts their mind. They're unused. You said. It's about thinking outside the box in some ways with this this piece, which I think is what from fast company. It's about this notion of thinking inside a couple of boxes at the same time, and the premise is that in this post covert world, which we long for the postcode world, But in the most covert world, people will have to manage that essentially the complexity of the decisions and the number of complex decisions that most leaders have to make. Have gone up by some unimaginable factor like computing. It really is true was easier to run a business 20 years ago 30 years ago 50 years ago than it is now based on all these different factors that affect particularly in the wake of a pandemic, economic collapse and all this other social uncertainty, you have to be so nimble and the notion is that this reading poetry and trying not just reading it because You have to try to understand it. No way. What does he mean when he said the purple cows isn't really a purple cowers, that purple calla kind of feeling, and there's also There's a lot of bad poetry out there, too, which doesn't really help with this at all. Notion of understanding poetry. Helps a tune your mind and make you a more nimble thinker, which is against Dear Egor coming up for what's ahead for leading everyone out of this crisis. We're in right now. So do you buy that premise? Well know as much as I would love to. And I do think that It's made me a more intelligent, intellectual, cultural sensitive person Spending time with poetry. I get nervous actually, when people try to say there are utilitarian purposes for something that almost by design, isn't you know is meant to be non utilitarian in the most conventional sense of utilitarian. Obviously, it's a Some good if you enjoy your life more, But I I'm kind of skeptical. What fast company does fast company writes All of these kind of highfalutin philosophical takes on things and then applies in the business. I mean, they they see themselves as helping people in business, and I don't disagree. I mean, I do think the kind of mind say that Steve Jobs had There is something something special about that. And yet you talked about a meditation. I mean, he was very into the you know, into Zen and the Eastern Arts. And all of that. I do think there's something to the general notion that if you think and again maybe outside the box is the wrong way to think of it. But you know, alternative ways of seeing things where they're just the traditional conventional way. Seeing things it may make you able to reshape the world like Steve Jobs did in a lot of ways. The problem is with this kind of philosophy is I don't think that if you took,.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At 9 38 or So they're sponsored by team Hochberg. Thank you, David. Awkward. John Williams, My aunt Pat, and I love your speed jokes. We listen to them and our separate homes each morning and then we talk on the phone and compare notes Way heard that you were taking a few days off. We initially panicked. Then I took the bull by the tail and went in search of emergency backup speed jokes. Here's what I dug up. Enjoy, Paul. Thank you, Paul. I'll read one. My wife told me to take that spider out instead of killing it. We went out, had a few drinks. Nice guy. He's a Web designer. You guys know it's really odd numbers that are divisible by two. What do you do if you're addicted to seaweed? What should you do if you're addicted to seaweed? You ready? You think you got it? I think I might have it having answer. Did you play or were you busy in there? I think I have something. I need to go. Attendant Algae Anonymous meeting Mary taken epi Plant, Steve, go kelp Turkey. What The correct answer is if you're addicted to see where you should seek help Close a the Tell part of it. Another news, Garfield. The cat says Lassie is a liar. Last. He calls that fake news. My wife friend asked me if I wanted some really thin French pancakes. I said, No, they give me the crepes. Remember, if you lose a sock in the dryer, it comes back as a Tupperware lid. There's just a little advice for you guys when I ask for directions, Please don't use words like East Are you like that? I mean, you go wait, which which is a right or a left. Which one Which one is that thing? One comes to us from Garrison Keillor via Eric Zorn. A man was on his deathbed. He looked up and asked, Is my wife here? And she says, Yes, darling, I'm here next to you, he says, are the Children here in the kids go. Yeah, We're all right.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Yes, I sure did. This was long ago. I had just graduated from Johns Hopkins University and I hired on, uh, for a job with Minneapolis Honeywell. And, uh, I moved out there in late December of 1970. And Touted where in January of 71 Even before I got out there. Had touched base with various people out there, you know, via friends at home, you know, in Maryland at the time and the people in Minnesota they took me in like one of their own. They? Yeah. They found a place for me to live. 123 You know, it happened like greased lightning and I get settled in there and One of my new friends said. This may seem kind of tough. But give it about six months and you'll be well settled in well in two months, so I felt like one of the group. I mean, people were so out reaching and so lovely. And I passed through downtown Minneapolis. Many times. You know where the riots took place? Yeah, I settled any Dina, which is a suburb to the southwest of the twin cities and It was just playing lovely and then The job. Ended up in a layoff through No wish of fault of my own. I was one in advance of things might go insecure and personally, I got I got and you up. You hear Bruce, You're talking about Minnesota 40 years ago. In the days that Garrison Keillor would have used to reference the The life around Lake woebegone and his adventures there. I wonder Have you been back in the last five years to that same area? No, I have not. But I have a good insight into what may have happened. I do remember? I kept in touch with the folks. And then some time I think of the late seventies eighties, something like that Minnesota started taken and people from Somalia. You know these blacks and And they were such a outgoing blood that they just open their doors to everybody. And I think that was a big mistake. You know Il Han Omar and that crowd. I think she came in, Don't know just when it was, but but I think they set up a big base there and And that's what started turning, make making things go down and with such a said, change spot on spot on, I Thankyou birth for your insights, and that that history lesson is correct People of Minnesota, like many parts of this country, very welcoming to the refugee communities, and then it appears that they have been taken advantage of And nobody likes to be taken advantage of, But it's sometimes it takes a while for people to catch on. Let me grab one more call before we take a quick break here. I actually rod in Pontiac. Hang on Marco and Springfield. Hang on. I have to cut away for just a few minutes. We'll continue on this discussion of the Ilhan Omar problem. Mike Hope Elka in for my buddy Chris plant on the Chris Plante show. You're listening to the Chris Plante show Washington Small W M.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dead ism that unto itself as a dad ism here's the replay you maybe your dad will T. he at these here's our replay the speed jokes great jokes diverse jobs we do this line here anyway at nine thirty eight or so they are sponsored by team Hochberg thank you David harbour a John Williams my aunt Pat and I love your speech jokes we listen to them and are separate homes each morning and then we talk on the phone to compare notes we heard that you were taking a few days off we initially panicked then I took the bull by the tail and went in search of emergency backup speed jokes here's what I dug up enjoy Paul thank you Paulo read one my wife told me to take that spider out instead of killing it we went out had a few drinks nice guy he's a web designer you guys know it's really odd numbers that are divisible by two what do you do if you're addicted to see week what should you do if you're addicted to see we right you think you got it I think I might have it I have an answer he did you play are you busy in there I think I have something I need to go attend algae anonymous meeting merry taken at the plant Steve go kill Turkey the correct answer is if you're addicted to see we you should seek help I was gonna say in other news Garfield the cat says Lassie is a liar Lassie calls that fake news I like friend asked me if I wanted some really thin French pancakes I said no they give you the crepes remember if you lose a sock in the dryer it comes back as a Tupperware lid there's just a little advice for you guys when I asked for directions please don't use words like east are you like that I need to go away which what which which is a writer a language line which one is that this one comes to us from garrison Keillor via Eric Zorn the man was on his deathbed he looked out the nastiest my wife here and she says yes Darling I'm here next to you he says are the children here and the kids go yeah we're all right.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On the phone to compare notes we heard that you are taking a few days off we initially panicked then I took the bull by the tail and went in search of emergency backup speed jokes here's what I dug up enjoy Paul thank you Paulo read one my wife told me to take that spider out instead of killing it we went out had a few drinks nice guy he's a web designer you guys know it's really odd numbers that are divisible by two what do you do if you're addicted to see we what should you do if you're addicted to see we right you think you got it I think I might have it I have an answer he did you play are you busy in there I think I have something I need to go attend algae anonymous meeting merry taken at the plant Steve go kill Turkey the correct answer is if you're addicted to see we you should seek help I was gonna say the in other news Garfield the cat says Lassie is a liar Lassie calls that fake news I like friend asked me if I wanted some really thin French pancakes I said no they give you the crepes remember if you lose a sock in the dryer it comes back as a Tupperware lid there's just a little advice for you guys when I asked for directions please don't use words like east are you like that I need to go away which what which which is a writer a language line with one is that this one comes to us from garrison Keillor via Eric Zorn a man was on his deathbed he looked out the nastiest my wife here and she says yes Darling I'm here next to you he says are the children here and the kids go yeah.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The trades and the one twenty five this the board had WBZ accu weather forecast for meteorologist heather's their heather's forecast brought to you by post road carpet cold for the rest of today with some sunshine it's not going to be as harsh as yesterday once will have a high of forty two tonight to a low of thirty five with patchy clouds will drop to the mid twenties for most inland suburbs turning milder with some some tomorrow high fifty four that high again of fifty four with clowns on Monday periods of rain Tuesday morning hi again a fifty four but afternoon temperatures and up in the lower forties it'll be much colder again for Tuesday night into Wednesday hi Maggie weather meteorologist tethers Aaron WBZ Boston's news radio and we're partly cloudy skies we just went up one degree we are now at forty degrees in Boston it begins when you look at the floor I thank Lou Reed oppression of this place then you say we need caris interpreting which is when you hear on the radio host road carpet route to a an acting is a design center post road carpet more than just great casting carpeting it's a great design center coastal carpet moved to a active no one in the all new twenty twenty WBZ box office the box office now open be caller number eleven at six one seven nine three one ten thirty when a pair of tickets to see Michael belay on Wednesday March twenty fifth at the TD garden in Boston the superstar entertainer continues his an evening with Michael Buble a torque due to overwhelming demand following an eighty two city sold out tour it's one twenty six welcome to the WBZ book here for fans of garrison Keillor the long time host of prairie home companion in lake will be gone stories comes his latest project a terrific book called living with the limericks unit garrison.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A twenty minute ride northbound from Braintree to Boston southbound express was just a little bit busy getting through the Braintree split David struck Pelino WBZ traffic on the threes it is eleven twenty four and heather's there is here now with the four day WBZ accu weather forecast brought to you by Toyota of Braintree the rest of today will be partly sunny and cold though it's not going to be as harsh as yesterday once well top out at forty two tonight will have a low of thirty five in Boston the mid twenties in most inland suburbs partly cloudy skies as well tomorrow Clinton some without milder afternoon at a high of fifty four Monday will bring plenty of clouds again of high of fifty four periods of rain on Tuesday morning high of fifty four then temperatures begin to fall and we end up much colder again for Tuesday night into Wednesday I'm accu weather meteorologist heather's aired WBZ Boston's news radio and right now we have thirty six degrees in Boston under partly cloudy skies at eleven twenty five switch it out at Toyota Braintree where people make the difference the feel of the minute you walk through the door Toyota Braintree makes shopping for your new vehicle one is writing it thanks in Toyota Braintree off route three look for the high flying American flag it's easy to fall welcome to the WBZ book here for fans of garrison Keillor the long time host of prairie home companion and lake will book on stories comes his latest project a terrific book called living with the limericks init garrison Keillor delivers his life story in Limerick.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

14:25 min | 2 years ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"To a new level garrison Keeler. Let's go on like well. I've got a question for the man who is certainly certainly the renaissance man of our day. What are you if somebody asks. Are you a writer. I are your radio storyteller. How do you describe garrison keillor in one or two words. Wellbeing Radio Guy depends on other people and so I call myself a writer. I wanted to be a writer. when I was thirteen years old an English teacher in Oakland High School and on Okay Minnesota handed me a copy uh of the New Yorker magazine of all things and and said I thought this might interest you and I read it and here was orange aging. Lee bling Abbot Joseph Lieberman New York Jewish wrote about Polish allies wrote about food about Boxing Roosevelt road work to do and I was fascinated by and I never met anybody like Aj labeling and so that's what I wanted to be of course there could only be one one of him so I had to find my own way but writing something that can do any place you can do it on a bus. You couldn't do it. you know sitting at your desk and it's what I still do every every day. I just working on editing manuscript of a memoir so that's what I'm in the middle of and if I may say okay become a fan of not the airline. Twa The writer's ALMANAC which is you turning out a treasure trove of stuff man you. You must be writing getting a lot. It's daily right it is it is but it's only you know it's only five minutes and I only write about three minutes of it so it's no okay no big deal but that goes along with all the other stuff. That's in the catalog before we get too far along and I wanNA talk to you about the radio. Think thank working on a book now. I'm told being from New England. Were untuckit does not far off the coast. Is this true limerick book. The ultimate mid Limerick book garrison wasn't old man of Nantucket who died in just the bucket and when he any was dead we found that instead of them Tucker from Brain Creek. It's not that I would have to bleep you but glad I didn't even have to think about it so that's what you're working on now soon to be published or what no. I'm all done with that. I'm all done with that. I got fascinated by limerick. When I was a kid I went to the library and there was am on expurgated Gershon Laghman edition of limericks and read in Birdie one legs when you were brought up. Fundamentalist Evangelical is a it just blows your mind mine. It's incredible. It takes you know it takes young Christian evangelical to really appreciate a dirty lumberjack. Mike and I'm trying to think of one I could recite that but you could use there was a young girl Madrid's who had a remarkable smut soft round pink as you probably think but the kind and with long ears scratched perfect and I love good I've loved it and so I've been writing giving them ever. Since it's the perfect thing to you know to write to a friend on burst sit on and a plane flying to New York and you know it's a little crowded them. The person on your right is leaning against you and and but you can always you can always sitting right Olympic over my lifetime. I have written a few darned good love the show to a book great great and by the way one can really learn about geography when one studies Limerick uh-huh because everybody is somewhere from somewhere there was a man or a woman or a girl from somewhere speaking of writing the writing you've done over the years for the radio shows as suspend so cool and I'm a big fan as you probably are two of the golden age they say in quotes of radio the the scripted shows and whether they were dramas comedies and there was some outstanding writers back then there were some not so good ones too but it was that an influence on you when you started the prairie show well we listened to radio when I was a kid growing up because we were fundamentalists and we you did not get a TV because you know it showed movies movies are Hollywood of we were reversed about so I listened to radio as the Golden Age was ending and and it was still it was still good. Ah February and Molly was still there. I forget their writers. I am Paul Somebody and and it was it was terrific for writing. Come low key domestic good comedy the horror shows Orange didn't appeal to me as much although horror is much earlier on radio is on TV but what I Jack Benny stuck with radio till till the very end I think bob hope was still was still title doing it. I loved all of these shows the great goldfish and and so that's what I that's what I grew up with you know and when I when I decided to try to make a Saturday evening show oh on public radio. I've just been down to Nashville. I've seen the Grand Ole opry and I wanted to do something with musicians but of wanted to also bring in comedy sketches scripted sketches and show and so I did over the years trying invented gun law and you know with dark night in the city of secrets one man. There's still trying to find the answers to life's Los Of something something questions I love Guy Noir. You're you know as you say this. I'm thinking of fully artists or sound effects men. You actually employed human beings sound effects machines which took it to the next level. I always love yeah. That's really I think that was my distinction. In public radio. was had this guy who started it out. As a nation there was a former marine and calm case and and it was pretty good center fielder but he could do amazing Beijing Moon she could do talking dogs in could do feral cats all kinds of firearms you could do and vocally just off everything was everything was vote home and so. I was mixing the show you got him up on stage and and and this this turned into something so realistic look I I simply wrote simple narrative from so that would employ his sound effects and so you could do a story in which the Chinese Sunday is. CBS over the Pacific but moving dolphins off a walk who emitted show hide person cries which through office the the guidance system and so it didn't bound in Los Angeles and landed in in Aspen Colorado Colorado an aspen forest with boy scouts were around the campfire and we're nunes were singing combine and and scoutmaster little an exploding cigar and and and set off aspen gases and uh-huh you could just go on and on like and and it was it was a sort of comedy that nobody else did he he didn't want to tour anymore. Trump kids and so then we brought in Fred Newman from New York and he became our main Fred who did amazing intestinal sounds gagging. Fred couldn't gag in a way that made millions of people step away from their radios I don't know what people using edge up and what it was unbelievable and and and he he could you could do watch lunch. See that's something you don't see on a resume. Every we day garrison pat I mean they could make flatulence. Talk has it. It was it was incredible so my I chop was really was very simple but but this is my distinction you didn't ask me but I'll tell you anyway please. my distinction is that. I brought juvenile comedy to public radio and and I I the only one car talk caused their best right but but Tom and ray did not do flach a lunch and I no. We're talking with garrison keillor of course Devos alone is enough to let you know who it is and that brings me to a very very burning question and I'm sure you've gotten over the years from a few others. I was listening to you in the seventies but before all the Internet stuff and search engines I was frustrated as others probably were not knowing who oh the hell you were. I knew you were this guy. Would this amazing voices singing songs selling biscuits but you never mentioned your name others. There's on the show would occasionally say well. Thank you garrison but it took a long time for many of us out here in the sticks to find out who the hell you really are the your very humble. I realized that but please explain life wasn't humility. it's that. I was the announcer and also was the host and I just I couldn't imagine myself saying this is garrison. Keeler I just It just seemed so it just seems change so awkward. the other thing which which played a small role in it was the fact that back about show started seventy four national in eighty back around sixty eight. I had sent a letter to my draft board who had ordered to report for induction into the army and I had sent them along voter saying that I would not report for this that and the other vision and I waited for the FBI to come and collect me without any idea get what I would do if they did and they never did just simply never did. I was expecting them for years and so that played a part in it. WHO's that knocking on your door right now. No no no no. I want you know I didn't want honestly. I have been listening to radio like Oh. That's great I love I love you know one of the things that always impressed me me as as a fellow radio person is a sense of intimacy and connection that you had when you would take the correspondence from the audience and just with a beautiful cool jazz background or pianist behind you. Just read the notes from people to people. That was my favorite part of every show. Can you talk a little bit about that. Sense of intimacy businesses that you might have felt well touring was important to us in doing this show in front of a live audience was part of the idea at the very beginning of it also saves you a lot of time and trouble editing and and that was part of choice of so I wanted to I wanted the listener at home to to know that that it was alive and we were doing this in front of an audience and we were in Worthington Minnesota or pure South Dakota wherever wherever we were and and von to knowledge.

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"It's Greg Brown Brown. He was one of them there caused celebrate. I don't know if that means but it sounds appropriate he's to be on with garrison Keillor quite a bit. And here he is tune called speaking in tongues out, standing up standing and it plays means like tires. Well, I'll turn it a bump music Friday. I'm next speaking in tongues every day between three and six PM eastern standard time. Thank you so much for listening. Appreciate it. What else is going on until tournament bump is you finally got a bunch of more cool stuff coming up straight ahead. I posted a piece on Facebook, feckless reference, it down a little bit here. Those cattle ranchers, Oregon remember that we bought this news, the were grazing that what they were doing a controlled burn wrenches have been doing it for hundred thousand years, ranchers that went out pioneered, the west so that we could be American have the greatest stuff and all of mankind with beef and cattle sheep. Whatever the guys that really went out and pie in near pioneered America. And they they've been doing this for a couple of three hundred years, whatever more since I'm cases. But anyway, they were doing what ranchers do that, say, you know, that whole area over there that needs to be controlled, it's getting overgrown, we're gonna burn it out. And they did. And it star. I think some piece of federal land on fire picnic area, something like that. I'm talking about Dwight and Stephen Hammond and sparked a forty one day standoff. Remember that, and who sent Obama was still infesting, the White House? Well anyway, let's cut to the chase. Trump, just pardon, these guys, Donald Trump just pardoned. These guys this is extremely..

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:24 min | 3 years ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Russia's free bonus report, why becoming an American citizen should not be easy. I Don I don't know about that. That one some it's I know. Maybe I'm being a bit sensitive sounds a bit like east getting at Sutton guest host for that. Anyway, why becoming an American citizen should not be easy. You can get that. That's Rushie special report. Plus an extra bonus issue of the Limbaugh letter. If you got to Rush Limbaugh dot com and become a rush twenty four seven subscriber. You know, we were talking earlier. About Elon, Omar. And I had to laugh at this tweet that lady called cherry look sent me and says Mark does Ilan Oma have dual citizenship. And if she does should she give it up to be congress ways allegiance. I laugh because it is a serious. It is a serious question citizenship is about allegiance, which is why I don't actually I don't believe in dual citizenship. And indeed almost stole the trouble in the world is caused by people with with multiple passports in the jackets, but I have to you know, I have to cut Ileto by a slack of this. Because I would be very surprised if she actually had a Somali passport in her pocket. I mean, I don't show she was born in Somalia, but I'm not actually sure that what this tweet tha cold Somali citizenship is. Actually, a thing. I do remember some years ago turning block somewhere in Washington. I think it was an walking pass what purported to be the Molly embassy, but to the best of my knowledge, I didn't think for example, there is a current ambassador from Somalia to the United States. So I don't know way you'd go. I'd set they sent me isn't a Somali conscious in in Minneapolis as far as I'm I don't actually no way you'd go to get your Simoni passport renewed the whole. And again, it gets to by the way why we should be interested in her views of whether or not the Israeli state should exist. Herb homestate belly exists Somalia used to be British Somaliland and Italian Somaliland, and they they came together to share the burdens of nationhood in the nineteen sixties and have done a comprehensively disastrous job at to the point where all government, basically collapsed entirely, and I'm a believe in small government. But it's Sonali a-. It got really small and they've only had any kind of government though. I think for about the last five or six years Ilan Oma. That's not why Elon Oma is important to the. The to the democrat party. The Democrats essentially we now have Somali communities in in the United States. We have them in Minneapolis Minnesota. We have them in lewiston Alban. Maine. They are. How shall I put this? They will. The unusually vibrant, even by the vibrant standards of diversity, for example from last weekend in Minneapolis in the Star Tribune, East African Community reeling from weekend violence demand solutions several Somali gangs locked in a bitter dispute just to be clear on this. When the Star Tribune says East African Community reeling from weekend violence there actually being a bit unfair to Kenyans and Ugandans, for example, who who find Somalis a bit strong meat even for that tastes. So I think East African Community is a bit of a strong way of putting it I'll tell you the, for example, if you watch the Oscars you'll know that Freddie Mercury. The big, Freddie Mercury bio pic by Baheen. Rhapsody won a big bunch of Oscars cleaned up at the Oscars. Freddie mercury's. His dad was the cashier at the CBA high court Santa Barbara is just off the is part of Tanzania. It's just off the coast of Africa that's east Africa, East Africa gave us, Freddie. Mercury. What's why blame all of east Africa Minneapolis Star Tribune for Somali problem? Anyway, it says th that after the latest spasm of governor of gang violence Minneapolis is Somali residents and business owners stepped up their calls for help from city hall to help the senseless shootings that they say too often go overlooked on Friday alone five men of Somali descent was shot in separate attacks one fatally. So we're not saying these guys were born in Somalia, but they of Somali descent, and they have a bought the fry brought the fractious tribal politics of Somalia to then neighborhood policing. Community. Members pinned the blame for the bloodshed on an ongoing feud between cedar riverside neighborhood gangs, like sixteen twenty seven and muddy Bon with attitude and their rivals. The Somali outlaws whose territory includes the area around Kamo. Oh, this is Minnesota in the a twenty nine do you? Remember having it with garrison Keillor before he got me to and he was on National Public Radio for fifty years. It's been another slow week in Lakewood begun, do you? Remember, all the decades that garrison Keeler was telling us about life in Minnesota that he mentioned the Somali outlaws whose territory glued the Kabale Bal. We're Getty aid to shoot about with mighty bond with attitude who's tough includes the cedar riverside neighborhood. So so. Somali somalis. Generally, speaking have made a contribution to the vibrancy of diversity in Minneapolis, which may be a wee bit too, vibrant for some people's taste and for that. And for example, they they've had various affirmative action programs. There is there was this policeman. Who shot? In an Australian lady in Minneapolis. This is a tragic story and virtually on reported here virtually unreported rotten press here, but it was big news in Australia. She called nine one one, and they send a police car around a Minneapolis police officer with his partner sitting in the passenger seat a Somali officer. The the the lady had the police car arriving. She went downstairs in her dressing gown knocked on the window the car. The guy the Somali cope in the passenger seat shot across his partner. Fi it at the woman and killed her. And that case is still ongoing. That was basically, let's let's I can't stand will the euphemisms. We talk about these things. But that was basically an affirmative action appointment to the Minneapolis police department that didn't get enough coverage here so Minnesota Somali communities need a hero and Ilan Omar this plucky woman in her head jab the first hit jabbed MS Lima elected to the US house of representatives is their designated hero. And then not gonna permit her to be tainted. They're not gonna let her get a they're not gonna let this Amoly gang violence and all these other bad news stories attach itself to Elena. The Democrats have invested. In in. I know as the new frontier of identity politics, and they are not gonna let her go Mark signed from Russia. We'll take your calls straight ahead. You're listening to the network..

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:48 min | 3 years ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And I had to laugh at this tweet that lady called cherry looker. Sent me and says Mark does Ilan Oma have dual citizenship. And if she does should she give it up to be congress ways have allegiance. I love because it's a serious. It is a serious question citizenship is about allegiance, which is why I don't I don't believe in dual citizenship. And indeed almost stole the trouble in the world is caused by people with with multiple passports in the jackets, but I have to you know, I have to count ill at Oba bit a slack of this. Because I would be very surprised if she actually had a Somali passport in her pocket. I mean, I'm not sure she was bordered Somalia, but I'm not actually sure that what this tweet a cold Somali citizenship is actually a thing. I do remember some years ago turning a block somewhere in Washington. I think it was an walking past what purported to be the Somali embassy? But to the best of my knowledge, I didn't think for example, there is a current ambassador from Somalia to the United States. So I don't know way you'd go. I'd set they suddenly isn't a Somali conscientious in in Minneapolis as far as I'm I don't actually no way you'd go to get your Simoni possible renewed the whole and again it gets to by the way why we should be interested in her views of whether or not the Israeli state should exist. Heard homestate belly exists Somalia used to be British Somaliland and Italian Somaliland, and they they came together. To share the burdens of nationhood in the nineteen sixties and have done a comprehensively disastrous jawbone that to the point where all government, basically collapsed entirely, and I'm a believe in small government. But it's Malia it got really small, and they've only had any kind of government. I think for about the last five or six years Ilan Oma. That's not why an Oma is important to the to the democrat party. The Democrats essentially we now have Somali communities in in the United States. We have them in Minneapolis Minnesota. We have them in lewiston Auburn. Maine. They are. How shall I put this? They will. The unusually vibrant, even by the vibrant standards of diversity, for example from last weekend in Minneapolis in the Star Tribune, East African Community reeling from weekend violence demand solutions several Somali gangs locked in a bitter dispute just to be clear on this. When the Star Tribune says East African Community reeling from weekend violence now actually being a bit unfair to Kenyans Ugandans, for example, who find Somalis a bit strong meat even for that tastes. So I think East African Community is a bit of a strong way of putting it I'll tell you the, for example, if you watch the Oscars you'll know that Freddie Mercury. The big, Freddie. Mercury bio-pic by behemoth. Rhapsody won a big bunch of Oscars cleaned up at the office of Freddie mercury's. His dad was the cashier at the CBA high court Santa Barbara is just off the key is part of Tanzania. It's just off the coast of Africa that's east Africa, East Africa gave us, Freddie. Mercury. What's why blame all of east Africa, Minneapolis Star Tribune? I e problem anyway, it says th th-the after the latest spasm of governor of gang violence. Minneapolis is Somali residents and business owners stepped up their calls for help from city hall to help the senseless shootings that they say too often, go overlooked on Friday alone five men of Somali descent was shot in separate attacks one fatally. So we're not saying these guys were born in Somalia, but they of Somali descent, and they have a bought the fry brought the fractious tribal politics of Somalia to then abode police. Community. Members pinned the blame for the bloodshed own an ongoing feud between cedar riverside neighborhood gangs, like sixteen twenty seven and Monte Bon with attitude and their rivals. The Somali outlaws whose territory includes the area around Kamo. This is Minnesota in the twenty nine do you? Remember having it with garrison Keillor before he got me too. And he was on National Public Radio for fifty years. It's been another slow week in Lakewood begun, do you? Remember, all the decades that garrison Keeler was telling us about life in Minnesota that he mentioned the Somali outlaws whose territory includes the Cobb elbow. We get to shoot about with mighty bond with attitude who's tough includes the cedar riverside neighborhood. So so. Somali somalis. Generally, speaking have made a contribution to the vibrancy of diversity in Minneapolis, which may be a wee bit too, vibrant for some people's taste and for that. And for example, they they've had various affirmative action programs. There is there was this policeman. Who shot in an Australian lady in Minneapolis. This is a tragic story and virtually on reported here virtually unreported because we have rotten press here. But it was big news in Australia. She called nine one one, and they send a police car around a Minneapolis police officer with his partner sitting in the passenger seat a Somali officer. The the the lady heard the police car arriving. She went downstairs in her dressing gown knocked on the window the car. The guy the Somali culture in the passenger seat short across his partner fired at the woman and killed her. And that case is still ongoing. I was basically, let's let's I can't stand will the u. Uh-huh. We talk about these things in. But that was basically an affirmative action appointment to the Minneapolis police department that didn't get enough coverage here so Minnesota Somali communities need a hero and Ilan Oma this plucky woman in her head jab. The first hit jabbed MS Lima elected to the US house of representatives is designated hero. And then not gonna permit her to be tainted. They're not going to let her ghetto. They're not gonna let. This Somali gang violence and all these other bad news stories attach itself to Elena, the Democrats have invested in. I know as the new frontier of identity politics, and they are not gonna let go Mark sign from Russia. We'll take your calls straight ahead. You're listening to the IB network..

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

06:47 min | 3 years ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Rapids. Calm everybody. Always. It was like my these party at my club. We chilling in the club some negative bother me back to my crib. I got a double gate in my community time. I'm Atlanta Georgia mansion double gates nigga come through to Kate. So you've got a security gate and then a gate in front of your house. No, I got a gate you get to the gate go today. Gate, and you gotta go through another gate. Okay. So like a security gate with security guards now. Yes, one nobody at the gate. Okay. Nobody gate. Okay. Gotcha. But somebody live in the community that they know let me oh, I'm saying so they get into the community. Again, a community. I'm chilling studio me a remnant studio. Jabbar in liberal, my other putting to kill SO DMZ, followed home, he was followed home. And then like these guys get in the gate with him. And then he gets in the studio like all right time to chill. The mix. So I'm sending full of. To blow into trash become making a soldier send some fans right about a house. While I would say trash out. I said what the fuck some fans graphic pills to go outside. Listening to this. If you're a fan of shop. Oh that is exactly how ideal with fans some fans pistol approach me fans. What the fuck mmediately grabs a good? I'm in studio listening to some Bs ally. Here is boom we're allowed. Instantly stop the music as. I don't know policy. Fucking who to fuck in his crew. A rep has me to piss them. Bam. I see like three or four niggers running through the crew all black mask on running through the crib machine. One run to the front dope. How about I start showing? Shot nigga. China's in. On run out the Doda run out the dove, Nick on flow. Welcome to this nigga. Take take his mask off his head looked at it. So it was like. Shot is. He screaming. I don't. You knew who was newer ones. A while. So is inside job. Well, you knew who he was doing was damn shot. I do like how Vlad this the thing. Where like somebody's telling you a story. And you know, they're lying where you want to see like what they're going to say next year. Just like. Oh, yeah. Uh-huh. Hi, my God pointing out the plot holes. But he's like kind of making him do is just sort of like. Another really like in telling stories like, okay? Like he sort of like how 'bout four times he's on the floor. He takes the mask off like, you know, if if I was shot four times, I would just be like oh fuck. Oh, don't do that. Also, the conceit of this like, I guess like by his accounts like a home invasion. But like like, why did you get hitting interview just like straight up like shooting someone execution your house that part? Yeah. But like another part I liked to is like in the stories telling I heard some fans routes grabbed a pistol. Then he tells like the project era ban me a pissed my partner handed me a pistol. He's got three pistols at this point. Yeah. Running up these other people should be holding guns. Yeah. All everybody's in lighting him. Pistol. How about less guns in the crew in more gates, right? Yeah. To gates Cullis perhaps no no security guard there, though, let's keep let's the story is. All I hear is don't don't do. It's money coming up that opened up to start show about as my nigga is killing pass me to say my and getting shit. Fuck it police bullet. That was. These guys get shot up. The other guys went off. They left him. They lifted to that they left to hold me. Police arrive. It's clearly self defense. The guy's still the floor. Yeah. He's still alive. Talk about it. Okay. Okay. Okay. Good. Yeah. It was fine. Fine. Yeah. I know further questions here. Coming up stairs. I used gun Ghada. Kat form of martial arts. I curve the bullet. Right. Arab said go into bullet time. Mode. I'm marked all of them marked all three of them. He's a gifted storyteller. Garrison Keillor or something. This man on the moth absolutely soldier by Ted talk. No, I want. I want him to tell that story on this American life with like some, you know, this American life sociable three men there were mass. We all have homes. Sometimes there's unwelcome guests. Today on this American life. We bring you three stories I featuring soldier boy his alcohol. Terrible brush him like. Rides. You have the bras broads jokes. Ambient vaguely pleasing NPR music trip..

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"garrison keillor" Discussed on Reason Podcast

Reason Podcast

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"garrison keillor" Discussed on Reason Podcast

"David. Would you talk about a couple of the headliners, and what what they're going to be bringing to to liberty comp. Absolutely. Absolutely. So I mean, the first kind of notable notable speaker whose who's worth mentioning is Steve Forbes he doesn't need much of an introduction. Terms of who he is. But what he'll actually be talking about which is never so relevant in terms of current conversations. Politically is the rise of fake news. And what to do about it? And so to hear from someone like Steve Forbes who who's obviously been in that media space for so long about whether fake news is an issue. Whether it's new whether it's an old phenomenon. Whether or not any action is needed on it at all improviser attendees, really unique opportunity to hear from someone who has been around for a long time and. Tap into his wealth of of wisdom on the subject. So that is that is the first first headliner definitely worth mentioning another one that you mentioned is the FCC chairman edgy pie who will be having a conversation with you on the Friday evening of the conference talking about things like net neutrality in what the end of net neutrality has has done to the way in which consumers engaged with these these internet providers answering some of those various questions than the net Friday programming will actually conclude with congressman just Josh who for most libertarians is one of the leading pro liberty voices in congress one of the only few who's left, and so we're really excited with the Friday programming those role the Friday programming that we've. That we've secured thus far. And so we really think that it's it's a top notch program to open up the conference on that Friday evening while and of course, on Saturday, and I'm gonna promote reason a little bit while a have you guys on the phone reason is going to be having a bunch of panels, including a discussion of of gaming, and how it relates to various forms of self expression with Catherine manga ward and Peter Sudirman. We're also a Catherine the editor in chief of reason magazine also going to be talking with Robbie swab a about his book that'll be coming out in June about the new campus activism. I it's a wide ranging luck at people who both on the right and the left, and what is driving a millennial and jen's e activists on campus. We're going to do a live version of reason magazine where for about an hour. We're going to kind of tell stories and jokes and do a bunch of things. For it's kind of like the prairie home companion. But for reason, hopefully with fewer problems, and you know, garrison Keillor tends to drag along with himself. But and then we're also going to be talking to a bunch of heterodox thinkers as well. As Matt Welsh is going to be talking with William Weld, the former two-term governor of Massachusetts who was the libertarian vice presidential candidate last time around and is a pretty fascinating guy when it comes to talking about, you know, retail politics and bringing in more libertarian ideas, rather than more conservative or more liberal, ideas wolf who are who are you looking forward to absolutely that would be off the book. So may because I think his communication style is one of the best within the water liberty movement. He is heading of course, the very famous think tank DA I and he has very good talks about how we have to. Speak to the hearts and talk to people. That'd be we care about them because of the criticism. So it's a classic liberals. Instead, you don't care about people. It's all about the individual me me and don't tread on me and all that kind of stuff, and he's presenting a very definitive and very interesting unveiled live one and he's fantastic speeco. So we are glad to have him there. David who are some of the other people that will be showing up on Saturday..

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