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John Zmirak and Eric Unpack Trump's Hilarious CNN Town Hall
"Had this CNN town hall last week. And I find the whole thing so delicious that it's just, it just is so hilarious to me that CNN figures like, hey, our ratings are in the tank, we've got a win win. We'll get Donald Trump on because Fox News doesn't like Trump anymore. We'll get him to come on and we will destroy him. So they have him on, he effectively destroys them. I don't know how it's possible that in New Hampshire, CNN allowed all these looked like pro Trump people into the auditorium. But it's one of the most funny delightful things I've seen and it reveals to my mind again that Donald Trump for whatever faults he has seems to understand America in a way that a lot of the other candidates even on the right don't. He has an ability to connect, which I think at this point is really vital. A political genius is a rare thing. It's something that kind of falls from the sky. Maybe once a generation, and if a party doesn't know how to take advantage of getting a political genius and grooming him and straightening him out and giving him guidance and giving him support and calling him reeling him back when he makes mistakes. But the Democrats were given Bill Clinton after decades of decline after dukakis after Gary Hart. Mondale. But all of a sudden, like a meteorite, the glorious charming sociopath, Bill Clinton falls in their lap. We got Ronald Reagan. After that, what did we have? Bob Dole, George W. Bush, who is like an embarrassment. He was always embarrassed. I don't want to curse on the air, but I have to Mitt Romney. Yeah, yeah. I mean, boy, talk about somebody who's been forgotten. Paul Ryan. Talk about people who nobody thinks about anymore. Nobody will ever think about again, including maybe their family members. Their
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"gary hart" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"The book of the bible exists a r. I a r i okay and then big is about ari melber from Msnbc coached. the wraps hers is about jerry. Jeremy piven character from entourage could no. That's yeah so was the use of based on the movie big think so. Yes say that in i remember them. Oh yeah by the way very quickly. We haven't missed mentioned misfit toys. And while shows ratting shows over there just editor just so to. The jury is what i wanted to say called. I text pivot a. Is that what it's called live piven. I would imagine i texted. You guys are like. I've started to do it this way but i- tim holding a cigar. Everything out of fucking listened to that. I guess guys like to rush man by the way but i mean that's it. I thought it was a great actor. He's just gone fucking stupid. How you live in jay piven how you live in jay piven while i was right about the apostrophe and it's just like if there was a an aa. I just like a computer program that could create a logo artwork for your podcast. That's what this is. It was like it was like. They took a stock photo of jeremy piven and put a microphone next to him like photoshop to my microphone next film and then used the most generic font possible to write out how you livin different than he is holding cigar right. I'm not greatest lighting a cigar a. But that's just. I mean i think probably sixty percent of the photos of him feature is probably grosse pointe lanc. He's terrific. he is a judgment randomly. Good actor judgment night. Rather he's great. He's great don't be that guy even an entourage. He was great. I didn't watch it but i. I watched the first season. Until i realized i said. Why am i watching this and you know what else they just did that with. I watched the first episode of impeachment and And i kind of liked it. And then daniel has no interest watching. I said oh good i watch i watch that and i was maybe four minutes in and i went. I just don't give a fuck right. I don't need. I don't need to relive that we. It feels like we've been reliving it every day for thirty years. It's weird how that was over twenty years ago and yet i feel like i mean it was so it was like the oj trial and then it was although i liked that because that was. I don't know that that's weird to say it. But that that's such a dramatic and entertaining story of a horrible real life event but the impeachment was just so frustrating because it was so stupid and politically motivated. Despite the fact that bill clinton did an incredibly stupid. And you know disgusting thing It's still was not. That never would have happened. None of it would have ever happened if it weren't for politics and it was just frustrating. At the time. I don't need to relive. That's the frustration of that. So when i think when i think about that story i feel better stories that i'd like to see one is focused more on the medications. Because didn't they do a new movie. Recently about gary hart and then all the things that behind the scenes of that and that kind of a story would be interesting because that was like a actually a legit political hit where they actually planted that woman. Right exactly yeah. But i i imagine that there were people who yes clinton did these things but then they're like well. How can we time this so that we can do this and hang. Maybe they're going to a person to actually say someone they wouldn't does go into that. I don't know which is possible to find out what you saw. I have no idea. If i saw that gary hart movie i didn't drink. Was you know that really. Yeah was he jackman he. I mean you do have a computer. That doesn't sound right to me. It was like wait a game changer. Or something like that. It does sound saw it and liked it. I think it was good. But i can't. I have no memory of if if i saw the trailer of i saw the movie. All right. I don't want to forget this other idea because i think it's important. You think it's important. Wait because because of the subject matter of this series. I think it's important to knowledge this that all of the things that bill clinton had done like this in other words it was the story of all of his. There's a chance. All of that is part of this. Because paula jones is a big part of episode one of this. But when i the things that i've seen where people talking about it doesn't sound like that's what it is it's more it sounds like it's more about the perspective of god. I'm embarrassed can't remember her name. Monica lewinsky's it sounded like it was more that than any other things i mentioned but i could be wrong row. Well she worked on it involved in them in the production. So you assume she's you know that it's sort of and the poster the atkins seems very focused on her so if it was if it was i it's mostly about her struggles during that. That could be interesting to as moves but yeah but we used to them. I saw one. And i bailed on the second one so a lot of paula jones. Paula jones the first one. And like i say. I just i just was like not no. I don't i don't need. I know this. Even though i knew the oj stuff too but for somehow that seemed what the shit now just wondering like a homeless person like a hobo right david-weill teams that didn't feel like fifteen minutes. David i think it was like thirteen and a half minutes Did it come back. Negative the bad news is you're gonna let do not win last night. We'll talk about it. 'cause you're you're you're bogus head was in every shot from this one camera. Congratulations now day we needed. We needed to hang up the phone down a bit that we had going before your arrival. We are betty. If you want to join another. She came betty dollar. How many emmys has lorne michaels one in his career now again. It's a dollar play all right. Well whatever you if you take your word for it. Yeah we think you're good for it..
"gary hart" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Are most talk of my of listeners, your Collins Johns able to capture and package and present. On our podcast page. Yep. And we'll get Michael kitchens from yesterday up there sometime this morning. Here. He's awesome, man. Yep. Always always interesting content and beyond what you think you know, Because he's He's the guy who runs stolen stuff away. You think okay we're talking about, you know. Always about crime. And he's multifaceted, you know, in his interest and the things that he's involved with, So, uh, you know, part of it was the you know the back the blue stuff with the site cap, the three officers going through their preliminary hearing. He was very much involved in following that story and some other ones too. So just Fascinating when we get a chance to talk to him each week on Monday. Amen, Amen and Program note. Uh, John Matthews, your host this Thursday and Friday And then in the next week as well, all you take a couple of days off every once in a while you're allowed outside the building. Or to sleep in or whatever it is that you do at seven in the morning when you're not here. Why'd awake, baby? OK, but I kind of wish I wasn't taking the time off. Because it's Uh, Yep. Yeah. Exit of My beautiful daughter, But it's good. It's gonna be all right. There's facetime. There's there's things there's There's things to ease. I mean, it's not, uh, it's not getting on a ship so much and going three months away. No, but still not right there. Uh huh. So that said. Hello. Everybody. Glad you're with us. There you go. Uh, topicality of plenty is on the agenda, and I started yesterday, giving a breakdown of Why the real project is a cluster to deal with. Because it once you get into some of the operational structural details. It's it's it makes sense. It's explanatory as to why we face Such a behemoth of a mess. Uh And so we're going to cover that for you. And make sure that you have at least that background. I know it's all about Listen, Covid's everywhere. I know top of mind and all that. But there's other stuff. Other stuff, so they we shared a bit of the testimony regarding the Afghan exit, and you're able to least give a glimpse of what is being said. What is being taught about because What? A couple of weeks ago, John, that was it. It was all top of mind. It was and that's what happens. We get fixated on a story for a short period of time. I turned it to be short term memory syndrome kicks in. And we move on. But the importance and relevance of what has transpired still remains. Rush used to call it the drive by media. And that's exactly that's exactly why because you know, takes on a story like you said short term memory. And, uh, this really was pioneered by Bill Clinton and his team. They figured out that Oh, wait, They only fix it and story so if you survive the initial heat blast Pretty much everybody is tired of the story a week or two later and you can survive. You don't need to resign back in the old days, people would resign over things like this Now they don't take a look at Gary Hart. Mhm Gary Hart, in his as a senator and his run for president and the Donna Rice scandal emerged. What was it was a photograph of him and Donna Rice in the back of the boat. His boat. What was it called? I can't remember. It's like an obvious wasn't sticky buns. It was like some other play Playtime something something like that. Really? Yeah, it was a boat name. Let's put it that way. There's a name of a boat that had implications to it. However, the photo was taken photo released. The man resigns from his run and fails as a senator besmirched for all tied. Home. My gosh. Four years later, a man from Arkansas emerges. Look with enough baggage to put, you know, Put put Samsonite out of business man, and and there we are, And that's and that's where we are right now. That is the media environment. And, yeah, Afghanistan That was two weeks ago. It's not two weeks ago for the 13 men and women that died, leaving that country or the hundreds that are still stuck there. Or anything, but our media is back. We'll just move right on to the public or whatever else is, you know, you know, whatever new, shiny toy that they have, that they can go to Ah, about and, uh and here's where we are, but then again, Social media in its present form. If you would have had it back in the day. Perhaps something a little bit different. Or not, maybe I maybe, I mean, The Gary Hart thing. I got to remember that it's 1988. I mean, that was That was one of the first ones I remember really being driven by the tabloids, The Enquirer star and things like that. The social media of the day. Kind of okay. I mean, it comes right down to it. The unsubstantiated rumors that ring true and might possibly be true, But not quite the research that we think Yeah, it kind of was, Wasn't it? Pretty close really close. Then the Internet came along and boom. There you go. Ah, Ah and kaboom is coming up next because I'm going to go through all the rail information Give you perspective. And a reminder that this is still percolating. Uh and we'll get to that after this because it's already 7 15 K h V h traffic. There's an accident. I'm Lady being the Gerber collision. Traffic Centre Accidents. Kamehameha Highway on Ramp to H three Town bound currently blocking the right lane H. Beyonce seen waiting a tow truck. Do you drive with caution in the area? You're heading westbound on H one flowing nicely. But eastbound EC tend to congestion slowing as you approach. Of course, Parkway continues through the 20 h to merge Sibling open and looking good for two more persons in your vehicle. 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"gary hart" Discussed on WBUR
"Was deafening. You could hear a pin drop George Tenet and Black Hole, Showtime and CBS. They had called Condoleezza Rice in the White House have to concede We're coming right now The attacks will be spectacular. They may be multiple. Al Qaeda's intention is the destruction of the United States. Nation. This country is going to go on a war footing now what happened? Yeah. What did happen? Condoleezza Rice would later say she had not received any reports that planes might be used as weapons. And that the administration was getting all kinds of warnings every day, President George W. Bush said he'd never seen any intelligence documents predicting a specific attack on U. S soil. The White House did confirm, however, later that on August 6th 2000 and one his daily presidential brief have been headlined Bin Laden Determined to strike in U. S. Gary Hart. You and several of your colleagues on the commission kept up the warnings and you have over that summer, even though by then the commission had been disbanded if you felt in January that this was an urgent concern. All I thought was that disasters even closer. I was deeply worried. But the administration was right when they got so many warnings, And of course, you couldn't specify how or when the attacks would happen, or that planes would be used. Well, we had no way of knowing. At that point, I happened myself to have given a speech to the International Air Transportation Association in Montreal, Canada, and the headlines in the Canadian Papers the next day were heart predicts terrorist attacks on America. That was an early September wasn't and was it the next day that you've got another meeting with Condoleezza Rice? Who you knew? What did you say to her? I said, please get going on Homeland security. We are going to be attacked. That was September the sixth. And what did she say? We have been friends for a while, and she said, Well, I'll talk to the vice president and see if we can accelerate our planning. And five days later, 3000 Americans died. The former U. S. Senator Gary Hart was talking to Luis Hidalgo, a bipartisan commission set up a year after 9 11 to investigate the attacks concluded in 2000 and four That there had been a failure of policy management capability and above all imagination and called for sweeping changes to how the intelligence services operate. Well. Still with me is the BBC's former diplomatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus. It's kind of easy in retrospect, to sort of see how all the pieces of the clues fitted together, but Was that obvious? Was the Was this a terrible mistake by the US authorities. But, of course, that is the case. In retrospect, I think, though there were serious errors, there was clearly a failure of urgency to respond to this threat. Of course, it's not as though the Americans were not well aware of what Al Qaeda was up to. I mean the Taliban's hosting of al Qaida's leadership in Afghanistan was that important problem for the whole of the Clinton administration? Um, remember there had been the Qaeda bombings of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania under the Clinton administration, so I'll Qaida's threat. The vehemence of its ideological challenge was known. It was just that it was buried in the noise. There was so many other issues on the U. S agenda and despite clear warning signs, it didn't rise to the top of the pile. Jonathan again thanks for the moment. Next. We got an illustration of al Qaida's intent inside Afghanistan on the day before the 9 11 attacks. The man who'd effectively led the opposition to the Taliban government. At the time, Ahmed Shah Massoud was killed in a suicide attack. Massoud Khalili was a close friend, the so called lion of Panjshir and as he told Luisa D'argo He witnessed that attack. As a friend. I loved him so much and still like miss him. Massoud Khalili had been friends with Ahmed Shah Massoud for more than 20 years that September in 2000, and one document, Sharma suited Ask Khalili to come to Afghanistan to see him from India, where he really was then based for the Northern Alliance. He called me to come to the north of the country and see him. I rushed. I reached there and, uh, the first thing I asked him was that anything especially said no. For some days. You have to be here with me because I am a human being. I want my friends to be around me that night, the eighth of September, The two men talked until the early hours of the morning. Politics, military Qaida Taliban Our defeat victory. Our disappointments are hope and then poetry. Even we started reading poetry to each other, and he asked me to read for him poetry. Both men were early risers. And despite the lateness of the hour that they've gone to bed both work early on the morning of September, the ninth night before he told me that While they're to journalists who would be coming to interview me and then when he came, he said, Let us finish with two journalists, if possible, and then we go to the river of success, Liver, almost River and just See the river and talk more. They're the only territory that Massoud and his men still controlled in September 2000 and one was a small corner in the northeast of the country on the banks of the Oxus River bordering Central Asia. There. They had pockets of support elsewhere and were still waging their guerilla war against the Taliban. The two journalists that Ahmed Shah Massoud was due to meet that day. Where Arabs they've been waiting to see him for a couple of weeks, and even though he was busy, the commander was determined to meet them. I said, You know, you have a lot of works with, he said. No. We need to tell Arab world that Taliban or Islamists and fanatics. We are a strong Muslims, but not Islamists. And then I said Okay, let us go. And then we went there and he did not. I did not No one thought even for a second that they would be tarnished. Mr. Khalili, who was sitting next to Ahmed Shah Massoud to translate for him did think there was something strange about the journalists, a young man and a cameraman. Boy who was that of any young and which smiles happy and later on. I couldn't believe myself that he knew he would be killed. And then the camera man was also tall, standing there curly hair and then commander asked and tell me your questions. And then he started telling the questions that was about 14 15 questions. Eight of them were about Osama bin Laden. Because when I told him first that which paper you represent? You said I'm not a journalist. Alright, Goodness. You're not a journalist. He said. No. We belong to Islamic organizations. I told commander in my language he belongs to the other side. Massoud brushed off his friends concerns them finish. And the first question was, he said in English. Poor English, You know what is the situation? I'm just wanted to marry me to death here of the Commander. We were just closed. I was feeling his warms. And then I said, and my language. What From The young man had detonated a bomb. The room exploded. The room was burning totally. That boy was in pieces that had escaped. I made a mistake. At that time. I thought that the camera was bombed. It was not..
"gary hart" Discussed on WBUR
"It aims to detect cancers that are hard to identify in their early stages, such as those of the bowel, lung and pancreas. The United States has condemned the latest cruise missile tests carried out by North Korea, describing them as a threat to security in the region and beyond. Japan said the launching of two missiles on Saturday and Sunday raised significant concerns. According to North Korea, the devices hit targets 1500 kilometers away. Pakistan International Airlines flight has landed in the Afghan capital Kabul, the first Pakistani plane to land there since the withdrawal of US led troops at the end of last month. It was described as a commercial charter and it's expected to fly out people with valid travel documents who are trying to leave the country. Campaigners say more than 220 people were murdered last year while trying to protect their environment or land. The global witness group said it was a new record for the second year running Latin America registered the most killings. Amnesty International says attacks by Islamist militants in western have intensified since the start of the year. With Children increasingly targeted. Hundreds of schools have closed as a result. The French pharmaceutical company of Al Nava says Britain has terminated its order of Covid 19 vaccine that it's developing. Val never denied claims by the British government that it was in breach of its obligations under the deal. And President Biden will travel to California to assess the damage from wildfires having declared a major disaster that the designation allows local authorities to access federal funds. Mr Biden will go to Sacramento as firefighters continue to tackle the called or fire. BBC news. Welcome back to part two of this history, our looking back 20 years to the 9 11 attacks, their causes and their consequences. We're going to hear how Qaida weren't just looking outside Afghanistan in their bid to spread their hardline ideology. They also went after opponents inside Afghanistan. Plus how that country was shaken to its core by the post 9 11 American intervention. But what about before the attacks on New York and Washington? Well, there were warnings as Luis Hidalgo found out when she spoke to the former U. S Senator Gary Hart. I don't think I or anyone else identified where it would come from, but we were ironclad. In our conviction, we would be attacked somehow sooner rather than later. Eight months before the 9 11 attacks, Former Senator Gary Hart and the Republican Warren Rudman published the final results of the 2.5 year official investigation they'd co chaired into the national security threats facing America in the new century. The commission had taken evidence from over 100 witnesses in 20 different countries and was built as the most exhaustive review of U. S national security since World War two on the commission with some of the best defense and foreign policy experts in the country. And their conclusion was stark. The collective 11 members of the commission putting the pieces of this jigsaw cell together, realized that this was a clear and present danger and I'd very plausible threat. Americans. As we reported will die on American soil, possibly in large numbers. And how was your warning received? When we delivered that report, we held a press conference. Halfway through our presentation, One of the journalists got up and left. He was asked why he was leaving, and he said none of this is going to happen anyway. And that happened to be a senior reporter from The New York Times, So we were almost blacked out by the media. The response from the White House wasn't much better. President Clinton had set up the commission. But by that January of 2000 and one when the final report was published, a new president was in the White House. Republican George W. Bush had been inaugurated just 11 days before they published and that was part of the idea, wasn't it that the new president? Whoever it turned out to be, would have your recommendations almost on the day that they took office. Yes, Yes, Our mandate was to deliver the report to the new president of the United States. Unfortunately, he would not meet with us. We then tried to see the new Vice President Richard Cheney. He also was not available. We did meet with the Secretary of Defense. Mr Rumsfeld, the new Secretary of State Colin Powell. And briefly with Condoleezza Rice Condoleezza Rice was President Bush's national security adviser. Yes, and how did they react? I think the two Cabinet secretaries did take it on board did ask questions Secretary Rumsfeld. He had a yellow legal pad, and he took copious notes. There just was no action taken. The Bush administration would later say it has been hard to respond to a warning. That was so imprecise. The commission had given no indication and attack had come from hijacked aircraft. But that summer there were warnings about planes. In July 2000 and one an FBI officer in Phoenix Arizona Center, now infamous memo calling for an investigation into a number of Middle Eastern men enrolled locally into pilot training programs..
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"gary hart" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"This state and esoteric political history from radio. Topiary my name is jody. Advocates this day. September eighth nineteen eighty-seven gary hart former senator. From colorado former front runner for the democratic nomination for president gives an interview on nightline with ted koppel in which he discusses the state of his marriage and his history of infidelity now. I said former front runner for the democratic nomination. He was formed by just a few months earlier. That spring just earlier in one thousand nine hundred seven. Hart's campaign had suffered a stunning collapse. After he was caught with a mistress leaving his dc apartment rumors started swirling. The campaign was caught some flat-footed and you know we'll get into it. But in many ways the modern political media environment was born so to discuss gary. Hart the personal and the political tabloid journalism. Lots more are always nicole. Hammer of columbia and kelly carter jackson of wellesley. Hello there hello jody. Hey there and special guest for. This episode is matt by longtime political journalists with the new york times yahoo now with the washington post author of a number of books including all the truth is out the week. Politics went tabloid which is about the collapse of the heart campaign matt. Welcome to the show. Thank you to beer. And we should point out that the book was turned into a movie. Starring hugh jackman and also a really amazing ensemble. Cast you. take that person's in it. That person's gets really wonderful. But the movies called the front runner and then matt has released the book under that title of front unlike wrote the movie. Som- basically like a business. A whole franchise enterprise unlike gary. Hart you were able to rebrand successfully So this this moment if people have the time line the heart collapse happens in early in may or so of one thousand nine hundred. And we're talking about a moment obvious in september when he goes back on nightline after laying low for a little bit and he says on nightline ted koppel he's gets very emotional and he says yes. I was unfaithful. So matt take us to that moment and tell us why you know him actually saying those words out loud as sort of notable in the grand scheme of this story..
"gary hart" Discussed on The Changelog
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"gary hart" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"He's always been opinionated high strong but it's also those some of those qualities that are also what made him arguably the best manager ever now or are there other guys. Well how about gary hart. Well you said gary how about this guy. I'm not knocking any of these guys right but to have a list of greatest managers of all time and and omit cornet because political views is ignorant. So we don't talk much. I used to see him more. When we will go to be booked to the sink conventions. Are you know those those type things i saw online at facebook this week. How many people were at That gathering in charlotte. I wish been this week. I got a lot of friends that they would all ash cops But you i i see. I saw him just like that and always enjoyed the hell out of it. I find him entertaining. I don't have to agree with know philosophically to find him entertaining. And so i'm open minded enough. He's not gonna change my mind on a lot of things so what. What does that mean. It means we have a difference of opinion. that's all. Yeah so no i. I don't keep a contact with as much as i'd like to. And we're all going to say the same thing red going forward in our lifetime. I wish i had stayed in close contact with him. 'cause you wake up some morning and one of your buddies has gone and here in wrestling you know as we have a small turn ity so you order about when you see a guy. Is that the last time you're going to see a guy and i don't want to be that person. I don't wanna be that person. I want to somehow another. We got to figure out how to do a better job advantage. My friendships staying in context. If nothing else attacks necessarily something or you let them know. You're you're thinking about them. But i will tell you my most Entertaining conversations i've ever had cornet. Of course he's entertaining as hell so But i wish things are different and that he was. I think he has so much to offer to any wrestling company. But he's just challenging to work with he he he needs to call the plays. He's just that's just him. So i have great. Respect for corny. Don't agree with all that stuff. He says but i know that he's paid us. Do any became as good as anybody in wrestling in his fetal. And that's a great accomplishment. Yeah i mean. I think unfortunately there's too many fans out there who who can't respect someone's opinion just because you don't agree doesn't mean you can't respect his approach and experience and if nothing else he certainly earned that from all of us. Yeah absolutely michael says What do you think is the key to Play by play and any sport or the answers right now. That impressed with the work so in terms of not professional wrestling. We're not going to ask you to comment on that. But other sports whether it's football baseball what is the key to being a quality play. Play guy. I like joe buck. Show bucks smooth and but he's always prepared. That's one thing you got to be so in other words you gotta have. You gotta have product knowledge And you got you got to study the teams there. You're calling Understand that game and what's at stake and things of that nature But being prepared being genuinely enthusiastic and not classical plastic these yasim. It's really important for me. I don't i don't like to be topped down to And joe buck is probably the top game. Now i like al michaels but here my pills and all of this older guys kind of repurpose lover material. Al michaels us all the time. Nobody seems to care. But he's got a great gig their nbc. But he's more better skilled all around guys. I like al michaels back in my day tone agree with seeing catering a I would say i number. One was keith. Jackson i love ray scott. Electric kirsch ankle. I love madden summerell. They chemistry they knew the game. They knew the story that uh folded before them was the story that yorkshire failed to tell so i think there's some of those qualities it seems like now and all this because producing them but those guys. I mentioned that i love produced by probably were produced. My older guys that understood the game and understood the science of broadcast. It seems like now. There's a lot of real young producers because they weren't cheaper and So i think that that's a big difference so you want to be kind of hip and cool And i don't know that that's always the best service to the product. But i like. There's there's guys nowadays. I do like and then you get on some nfl to. You've got the direct ticket. You hear announcers that you never heard of your life. They're trying to they're all saying they're all cut out of saint claw. They're going to be hip and cool and funny and you know all that shit. It's just unnatural. It's on a national. Be funny conrad so natural. Go out of your way to be right and as i say interesting County doesn't romani. Sorry surf you comedic restaurants. You believe that funny. Don't draw money. Yeah absolutely without a doubt. I'm not gonna go to a go live event because it's going to be funny. No you're not funny. What they're not gonna stop in the middle of a match do stand up or they're not gonna do the old ric flair spot with tights down and exposure cry. Ask crack so yeah. I believe that. Personally i think wrestling is is better suited to be a reality based dramatic presentation. You're going to get some We're going to get some discussion on that. i wanna clarify. You're not saying that comedy doesn't have place on a wrestling show. It's not necessarily the marquee attraction that is a needle mover that is a ticket seller. So you gotta have a marquee match up. The fans really care about an emotionally invested issue between two bad ass athletes on top but below that. Yeah you need to have a let me up match. It's okay to have a funny little skit here there. But the whole show can't be a variety hour right yes absolutely well said It's like a variety show and in a sense. But i i don't believe that That's your your ticket your ticket getting a door. It's not comedy and So i think too. Many guys rely on that because they're they're undivided storytelling skills and the reading skills are are still evolving. They don't have the confidence in that part of their game but they know they do something stupid. leaf over the top rope catcher. Toll the top rope. Take a big bomb. That'll get a laugh I don't think you go home. Said you know what man. I want to go back because i watched. I got all the top that was just on your shit right. So you're right. Does have a place absolutely i use in a timely opportune fashion. But it can't be the primary storyline driver The comedy heels trying to be two things that burn my ass heels and tried to be cool. Yeah and Wrestlers that go out of their way to to try to be funny just doesn't fit. That's the way i look at it. I'm not an old school. He's fast by jr's old. He forgets names. He doesn't even know what show is on. Hope he has another stroke. Q very much out there No i don't see that. I don't see that at all i i. I think the comedy has got his place but it shouldn't be your entree companies. Not the entree of progressing. It's an appetizer. It's a desert. It's a coutry. But it's not the entree lisa my world. But if you like. You're you're listening to us now watching us now. Connie mad at you can cost. You do comedy. I'm not that guy that this well you didn't..
The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"gary hart" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Unlike mario as he said maria was a major figure in the national party was really beloved by a lot of liberals around the country never ran for president many people wanted him to and of course it was darker time for liberalism in the pickings. Were slim right. So is mario cuomo or who. Exactly right mike dukakis Gary hart wasn't not a cornucopia of like great liberal figures at the time. So you know mario benefit from that but andrew andrew's read on. Mario was that You know wet well-intentioned bites did not deliver. This was really an obsession obsession of andrew. Cuomo i think as governor. He has been much more competent than he gets Than the media. Narrative was jest. But i will say in defense of andrew cuomo. He has more concrete accomplishments than his father really had none other than building prisons Quite literally that's the only physical manifestation of twelve years of mario cuomo governor. There is no great legislation. There were no great social safety net programs that were created. There were no really schools built of any kind Something some editions through a things like that not much. So andrew looks at mario and sees something of a failure in says i will do better and part of this obsession with doing better is being a four term governor. This is we come back to today. The sexual harassment allegations as i just said this. I've said this before. A normal governor in in a instance like this where they've clearly been accused now. We have substantiated evidence. A normal governor would say well. I've been governor for almost twelve years. Now i won't run for reelection next year. Maybe i won't step aside but my time has come. I'm gonna serve out my term leave. Andrew cuomo is not a normal governor. He is obsessed with getting the fourth term because his father could not get the fourth term. There's only been one. Four term governor in new york state history nelson rockefeller and andrew has always wanted to surpass his father and be like a rockefeller be like a robert moses a larger than life figure in the state and i think he's still thinking this way. We'll see you today later today. One maybe still debate or you could just go to therapy. That would save us all a lot of a lot of hurt. In this instance in his sixties. Now i think that the ship has sailed that introspection. I guess that's probably true right. Well all right so he goes to hide. He's at hot actually almost a decade but not as As a necessarily as the he's at hud for a while right husak hughes he's the head of hud for several years the ideas and and so let's go to how 'cause i want to lead up into like how he was governing because he he got away by sort of like keeping his head under the radar and he was really in many respects. It seems to me for his first two terms running like a guy who thinks it's nine hundred ninety three and trying to avoid having to sign any piece of legislation that is in any way progressive. And tell i mean we've talked about quite a bit on this show but very briefly just recap a the idc but also he had. He was cutting taxes. Massively for corporations and for wealthy people had a whole scheme. I think is about eight years ago. Now for property taxes That would've helped. Wealthy towns hurt Poorer towns essentially Give a sense of his record in the context also because that leads up to some of the problems that we have during covert short so when andrew cuomo became governor he was even more conservative and triangulating. The is now you know. Andrew cuomo really ran in one as a nineteen eighties. Nineteen ninety.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"gary hart" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This morning. Coverage will begin at 10 27 AM New York Time Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Wall Street Week with David Weston from Bloomberg Radio. Well, they say it is lonely at the top, in part because there's no one without an agenda and no one you can really fully trust, which has made it all the more important through the years that our presidents have so often had someone they could count on for advice for understanding and just for comfortable relaxation. Gary Ginsburg has been near the top in both politics and business, starting with his role on Gary Hart's campaign for president, who is vetting Al Gore for his role as vice presidential candidate toward In closely for years with Rupert Murdoch at Fox and then with Jeff Ducasse at Time Warner. Gary has now written a fascinating new book chronicling some of the most interesting and important relationship of presidents with their best friends. It's called first friends, the powerful, unsung and unelected people who shaped our presidents. We welcome Gary, now to Bloomberg. Thanks for being here. It's a fascinating book area. You tell nine different stories of presidents and their best friends go through. I don't want to pick your favorite. That's not the question, but which do you think is the most consequential, perhaps, at least for history. Sure it's like picking your favorite shot. Although I guess right to pick your favorite chapter, So thank you for having me. I'm David. I think the most consequential individual friendship between the president and the person I referred to as his first friend. Was with Harry Truman and a man named Eddie Jacobson. They met in the middle of the action met in 19 or hurry when Eddie Jacobson was making deposits in a bank that Harry Truman was a clerk at, but they became very good friends in the military and then opened a haberdashery. 1920 in Kansas City. The haberdashery goes under goes bankrupt, but they stay best friends as true and rises to become a senator, vice president and then president. Because of their long and singular friendship relationship that was built on total trust and candor. Jacobson would fly a halfway across the country in March uninvited into the Oval Office one day in March of 1948. And essentially convinced the president to meet with someone. He was until then, refusing to see a man named Haim Weizman was a British scientists who in the first World War actually came up with a way to mass produce acid tune. Which helped create massive massive amounts of gunpowder, which helped the British win the first World War. They said to him, What do you want as a reward, he said, I want Israel to be a Jewish state that leads to the Belfour Declaration of 1917. Now he's sitting in New York in 1948. Truman has to decide what to do about partitioning Palestine either and do it in his pennant Jewish state or leaving it somewhat ambiguous. He won't see white smooth. So Eddie Jacobson gets on a plane flies across the country, walks into the Oval Office uninvited and says to him, basically, I know you, Harry, I've known you all my life. You have to do what? No in your heart has to be done C crime Weitzman and then recognize an independent Jewish state. No aid or cabinet secretary would have ever spoken to him that way. Only someone who had an equal relationship with them could draw on their long friendship to make his argument. He basically said You have a heroin Andrew Jackson. I have a hero in Weitzman. You've got to get over your anger over Jewish leaders and see him. He did two months later, Harry Truman is the first foreign leader recognized the state of Israel. 11 minutes afterwards declared Amazing, amazing story. So to give the audience a sense you go from Thomas Jefferson. Back with Madison all the way up to Bill Clinton with Vernon Jordan, Uh, and you interviewed both Vernon and President Clinton. For for that, Specifically, I was struck by the fact that early on in your career when you're vetting Al Gore, you had a more senior Democratic experts said Okay, who are his friends and took you back? So let me put you on the spot here a little bit. Do we know who President Biden's friends are? Does he have a first friend? He does he does. His name is Ted car He was. He took Joe Biden's Senate seat in 2000 and eight When Biden became vice president. He was his chief of staff of 22 years. The average tenure now for the cheapest stuff in the Senate, is three. But it wasn't just the cheapest staff worked from 8 30 to 5. He would also take the train back and forth from Wilmington to Washington. They became not only the closest to professional Colleagues, but the closest personal friends and he became a mentor to both of Biden's sons in particular, to bow just to give you a measure of how close they are. When Bo is dying in 2015, Biden said, Ted, I need you in Washington. Would you come down and be a special government employee unpaid and take an office in the executive office building just so that you're around? I need you around people before he dies. And then after Ted did it. It's just a measure of how close the two men are. It's kind of a perfect friendship in terms of a melding of interests and values and and love for each other. It's fascinating one quick one here at the end. Is it true for CEOs as well? You've been close to some pretty big CEOs. Some. I mean, you know, it really depends on the individual. I don't think that that, uh, in terms of affecting consequential business decisions you see, First friends do it because the questions are just so particular rise to the business. I didn't Fox with Rupert. His friends tended to be people who worked with him. Um, but again, you know, I think for the emotional comfort and to give CEOs calm and respite, first.
Monday Morning Podcast
"gary hart" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"I don't think so right. They fucking come in. Gave them the business right at right up to fucking face washes after the final seconds ticked off one of the guys got thrown down on the ice possibly injured. I don't know i don't know right. All i know is if i ever get a hair system i want it modeled after that number fourteen on the fucking tampa lightning. I got to tell you something. He almost got into a fight. The refs fuck and jumped into it like we were on the real housewives because they never let them fight right jumps in the middle of it so the number fourteen goes to the fucking penalty box before he puts his helmet. He just gives us that lion's mane a little shake just for the ladies who were watching man that hurt me and my bald freckled head. I was like god damn it. That fucking guy is she does even understand how blessed he has a so anyway. I think these are actually two really great series where everybody you know a lot of people. I don't know if it's called the east anymore. I have no idea what the covid fucking conferences. now. I know people try tampa. Bay's fucking handle the islanders. No problem well we'll sake because they play again but I'm really enjoying everything that's going on and i'm already like all right. Whatever the canadians win it you know. What am i going to be. That fucking guy who's then going to ruin this summer because some team. That's already fucking thirty stanley cups in front of us. One another one. I don't give a fuck. So i'm just gonna joy right so there you go there you go you pocket. Squared concert in montreal. I gave it up to you. Got a good fucking team. You should be very happy. I'm sure you were just trying to be a little less racist. Okay before you fucking attack. America again punch animals up there. Sweat always loved about that. Michael moore fuck documentary. Was it bowling for columbine where he made canada. Look like and just go up there and everybody just you. Would you like a shot a syrup. Everybody's just so friendly plowing ahead here. So yeah. I sit to thinks that canadians are a good god. Damn team and secondly comma harrison is going to be your first fucking female president really quickly. Jesus christ we have just been we have been on a fuck in tear the last one two three four five presidents ever since george bush senior right. That guy was like the last class act. That's kind of been there. I feel because you know he could've gone in you. Know after after we you know we defeated. Saddam and kuwait gone in baghdad. And he was he played by the rules. He was like you know what this isn't what we said we were going to do over here. We need some sort of fucking something or other to go in there. We don't have it so when so we stop. That's what the fuck did right. Then the next guy comes in dick hanging out of his fucking pants for eight years. You know just fucking like. I don't know what bombed the country to get fucking the blowjob press away from him. Okay and then the next one. Get this fucking guy. Fan camp. john. I can't keep kenyan fucking deliver a speech coalition of the willing which was like his idea rhode island gets us into a twenty year fucking never-ending war that bankrupts the country than the next guy comes in says he's hope and starts drone bombing weddings and then he got trump. He comes in like i. You know i those. Dan nazi say they see this side of this fucking story. Got forgetful freddie. I don't know what we're doing. I kind of feel like with bill clinton. Actually you know what. I did a movie about this with gary hart. When they wanted to gary hart's personal life and he had answer for his infidelities and all that shit all of a sudden once the man stream press started acting like this is what i learned on that movie That that was the first time the mainstream press started acting like the national enquirer. And ever. Since then i think that what they go for is they just go from marrow with these people that are running for president and they try to dig up every fucking thing that they ever did wrong and embarrass them in literally ruin their families. And i think anybody who's like a decent human being who like. I don't wanna put my family through that kind of fucking backing off. Like i don't think i want to go for the fuck and brass ring of the presence presidency because it just seems weird to me that like i mean maybe all of them were always like that in the press didn't just dig that deep so maybe the press suggests sort of back off and just understand that people are inherently flawed and we all made mistakes myself included. Everybody's your human. What's so dumb about people going back into. Somebody's twitter account. Let's go back to see if this person ever made a mistake. I found one stupid so anyway. Jesus christ oh billy bake sale Was sitting in the car yesterday in my jeans will like dig it into my fucking waste and i was like all right this ends now right. This fucking ends now so last night. This is what i did. I actually had my slice of cake earlier in the morning. I'm not throwing out the cake right. What happened was i had a surprise party. That my unbelievable wife guide for me. If you haven't been listening to the podcast and then somebody ordered this delicious cake but it was from another restaurant so because of covid they couldn't cut the fucking thing up so we took it home and there. It sat and i sat across. And i fucking basically eight. Three quarters of a three layer chocolate cake with yellow cake with chocolate frosting. I enjoyed every fucking bite as i did it. And then afterwards. I would have like harper because i was i was making. I was taking like fred. Flintstone cuts out of the literally. The reason i had to quit drinking is why. I can't have a whole cake. Sit in front of me. Because i just look at it not much like i gotta have it man. I look at it a challenge. I bet i can finish that before. It goes stale. I used to look at bottles of burbot. I bet i can finish that. In three nights third a third third a little more than the third thirty three percent thirty three percent thirty four percent. I can do it right so last night. I went on a i stopped. Eating at five. O'clock could eight a little better. But you know i'm easing into this and then i went for a nice walk..
"gary hart" Discussed on 710 WOR
"A Celtics jersey was arrested after allegedly throwing a water bottle at Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving After yesterday's game at Boston's TD Garden. Irving, a former Celtic was walking off the court and into a tunnel after the 141 to 1 26 victory over the Celtics. When a bottle flew past his head teammate Kevin Durant had a message for fans after the game you come into the game is not all about you as a fan, so have some respect for the game, however some respect for the human beings and have some respect for yourself. Your mother would be proud of you throwing what about that basketball players are spitting on players or tossing popcorn. Brooklyn's leading the serious three games to one game five. Tomorrow night, the Knicks lost to the Hawks. Atlanta's up three games to one. Game five is Wednesday night. The Yanks swept by the Tigers. They'll kick off a four game serious with the raised this afternoon at 105. Mets Diamondbacks later tonight at 9 40. Hockey playoffs. Islanders Bruins Game two Tonight at 7 30 Boston won the first game. Next news at 9 30 breaking news at once. I'm a show Kabbalah on 7 10 W. O R and NBC News radio station is Len Burman and Michael Riedel. 7 10 W. O. R. All right. Hey. Cindy McCain, chairman of the board of the McCain Institute for International Leadership. She has a new book out about her husband. Stronger courage, hope and humor My life with John McCain now, Cindy, after first of all, Welcome to the program. Thank you. Okay. Good morning, So I was a big supporter of your husband's. I voted for him, Uh Barack Obama in 2000 and eight. I thought he was a great Great hero. A great, fundamentally decent human being. My question for you though, is you were there. How did he absorbed his loss to Barack Obama in 2008? What was it like to be in the room with him when he when he found out that he had lost? I mean, something that he Well, First of all, thank you very much for having me on John was it was always surprised Metis and he knew, you know we have a 50 50 chance of winning and winning the race, you know, and And of course, it didn't work out our way. John knew that we both knew that going into it, So we went back to our normal lives. John was always a big believer and that you you know, you can't just lose yourself within a race because it's not the end. All losing is not the end off. Two things, so he bounced back pretty quick start traveling again, and I went right back to work, too. So it was, you know, obviously, we're sad to lose but grateful that we had run a good race. So it always got me about your husband during that campaign is that wonderful scene when a campaign stop, a woman said she can't vote for Barack Obama because he's Muslim and your husband said, You know, he's a nice man. He comes from a nice family. We missed that. We missed. That doesn't exist anymore. We will that all go. I couldn't agree with you actually on that when I think that the two the two men ran a good race. It was it was a race. That was terrible. And it was based on debate and district. No agreements and disagreements on issues enforcement. We have lost our way and and we're guilty on both sides of the aisle of this, You know, I can speak to my own party, but I've also seen it come across from the other side. It's time that we remind The people that we have elected as voters remind them that we we demand more. We demand stability. We demand. Uh, the right. You have a civil discussion, civil discourse and agree to disagree in many cases and enforcement, bursting to everyone's taking, taking sides and just and just continuing this, this horrible Diatribe back and forth. It doesn't do any good to do that at all. So, Cindy when you and John were in Washington, and, you know, I mean, Republicans and Democrats always fought but where their democratic people that you guys were friendly with that you would have over to your house for dinner and drinks. Oh, gosh. Yes, of course. Um, you know, I don't if you take a look at our Web personal, Joe, But Joe and Jill Biden were are very, very good friends of ours. It was actually Jill Biden introduced. I have been to me s. Oh, yes. We had plenty of democratic friends. If you take a look at our wedding picture, Gary Hart was the groomsmen in our wedding along with Bill Cohen. Is that time Senator Bill Cohen. And, uh, yeah, we John John was able to really, um Be friends and make friends both sides of the island, of course, Ted Kennedy being one of the more famous friends to be made. Right. So what were the What were the debates like at your house? You know when you have Ted Kennedy or John Kerry over I mean, I mean, who did you guys fight about politics and then? Just, like, have a drink, and it was okay. I mean, way kind of long for those days. Well, Yeah, I just and it was always civil. There was no, it wasn't personal people today. If they politics, very personal. It was it was. John knew you had to work across the aisle to get anything done. And so in case of having friends over, that's just that they were. They were friends. And of course, they could agree to disagree on things and she'll have a good time. Be good friends. And remember together Well, this is really all about it's about what is good for the country, not for yourself. We're almost Cindy McCain out of the new book Stronger about her late husband, John McCain. Can you tell us on the radio? Maybe you can't You know this is a family station. What Your reaction was when the former president criticized your husband saying? Well, my heroes don't get captured. Oh, you know, campaigns are it's an unscented circumstances if you've ever been in one, you understand what I'm saying? I think what offended John More than anything, and both of us was was the fact that he included all of the POWs and that and John felt for the men. The other men that has served with him gallantly, and we're also heroes, a zoo a result of that, And so it's just, you know, you can't take things personally, You can't once again it's politics. Um, it doesn't make it any better, especially for the spouse. But that's you know, that's that's what politics does these days. That changed. So, Cindy, you were with John four. Believe 38 years. We know what he went through in Vietnam and the torture did that. Did that ever go away or were there were there moments where you were with him where those horrible memories came back. Oh, you know, the one wonderful By the way today would've been our 41st Way anniversary today. Um, uh, you know, with with John use humor To really guide himself, humor and his faith to guide himself through through his years as a POW and you never dwelled on any of it. In fact, most of the stories that he told To the kids into May intercourse two groups to were funny, funny things as that had occurred. John was a professional soldier. Unlike some of the men that were drafted, John knew what he was getting into and knew the possibilities. And so they're like in lies the difference in how and why he was able to cope with that in the way he did. He came out of it, You know, really? I never noticed anything that was lingering in him at all. That's great. All right. City became. She's the author of Stronger Hope, Humor and My Life of John McCain. He was a great American hero, and we appreciate his service to this country. And God, if we could meant more John McCain's I think this country would be a better place. Yeah, thanks in the completely agree completely agree, Say Thanks, Thanks, Cindy McCain reader book, stronger courage, hope and humor. My life with John McCain. Terrific book. So Len Burman, Michael Riedel on 7 10 double You are our friend, Dr. Gale Saltz is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at the New York Presbyterian Hospital. She's host of And I heart radio podcast. It's called How can I help?.
ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"gary hart" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"This documentary based on her book, I see what you made me do. That's tonight. Got some extraordinary news for you up next to that, Stuart MacGill. You're listening to Virginia Tree Ali on ABC Radio Melvin. This involves the alleged kidnapping off the former Australian test cricketer Stuart MacGill. Tim Swanston is our ABC reporter in Sydney. Hide him. Morning, Virginia. What's been going on this morning? Yeah. Look pretty dramatic developments this morning. So as you said it, will. I feel it kidnapping off the former test cricket out, So we understand that it actually took place on April 14 years when it's alleged toe occurred, but the Complaints wasn't nice place till April 20th. So what's alleged to have occurred on the 14th of April. On that evening, Miguel was confronted by a man in cities lower North shore when two other men then allegedly approached McGill and he was It's like forced into a vehicle and then driven to a property out in Sydney's west and the lead. This ordeal has lasted about some a Knauer, also where he was allegedly assaulted and threatened with a firearm about an hour later, although also his alleged or bane, then taken and Actually relate to asking the bellboy areas in the Southwest signal. So that report then come to the police on the 20th of April, which has led to these arrests this morning. So for what men have been arrested 27 29 42 46. They're currently Being interviewed with by, police said at at local police stations across Sydney. Wow. Amazing it. Do we know if these people were known to Stuart MacGill? Yeah. Look, Unfortunately, we're really at a loss for information at this point in time, you know, belief on in quickly of, you know, known about this for some weeks and in vain investigating and they'll be giving an upside to the media at about one o'clock this afternoon, and there are other things going on. Well, today, you know, there's a number of search warrants being executed by police. Across various properties that Sydney But as for an alleged motive, or any kind of length between McGillin and these men, are we doin dollars this stage and it's Stuart MacGill, okay? Well, look, You know what? Currently making that inquiry that at the moment, but even that, you know, he was sort of released from the from the alleged attack. You know, some some middle of last month probably stands to reason that you know next serious physical harm, at least at this stage. But of course, we're making those enquiries of the stage to say. I think the controlling stake and of course what? What's stated in but you know, of course, that really dramatic, you know, development this morning. Absolutely incredible Miss raids taking place this morning by the police to tourist in Those four men. Let's see what the charges are. If there are any later on this morning, great to talk to you, Tim. Thank you. Tim spots in the ABC reporter in Sydney. Let's take your calls on the open line. 1 300 triple 2774 Lauren has texted in. I just read this one. Engineer. I just wanted to note. I think it's a step in the right direction to discuss the issues of rape on the radio. However, as someone who's 21 I said experiences of a similar nature. I think the way the discussion is being opened up is not very productive for victims. You understand that the police don't really care about historic allegations is not encouraging. We should be focusing on how this happens every day and on how we're going to go about this in the future and how we're going to shift the focus for cases such as Yasmin's, they're extremely common and extremely confronting issues that many women have to face. Mentioning that people should contact Lifeline doesn't really cut it when you're opening the conversation and not offering the echo adequate support in that conversation to says Lauren, which is a really good observation, and, of course, I'm always wondering if it's being done well or properly from doing it right. What I'm trying to do now, much more Lauren that I never did before, is a journalist was, you know to ask those questions that I might ask before I speak to the person which is? Can I ask you about that? Are you comfortable speaking about that? Um, do you want to stop the conversation? I prefer to do that life to hear now so that you can hear and know how the agreement is being made. How the conversation is being head and you can hear the response of the person who's agreed to speak so that you can hear in real time whether they're cross at me, whether they're pushing back at me whether they're irritated or hurt or upset by the questions. I think it's very important that we be transparent about how we do our job. And I'm sure we're not doing it as well as we possibly can. Right now. We can always do better. Johnny Maids thing. Good morning. Hardworking yet just listening to your talk with Jess. And I'm not gonna percent Sure with my history for Alberto, Watch her program. Just a hunk a disgrace to that. Four years ago, I had a long conversation with your predigested John Payne about my experiences of Coming to the brink of that fury. Which sort of just about push me to be violent towards my partner on bond. I guess I'm not About the blind anyone or have things got in my relationship. It was kind of like a bit of a perfect storm in losing my job. And having Being in a position where I was being emotionally and financially abused on our partner on a daily basis. And I kind of got to the point. I told the story to join. I kind of got to the point where I felt Like I was Just about T belong towards my partner. I wanted to do Watching myself out of the half on Dad of the state be on him. Because I kind of felt that I knew that that wasn't the person who I was. And with it, whether we're with this surfaces around them to support you in what you were feeling and going through, John I didn't know. I really did not know. Um and you know, because it was such a slow burn, I guess to Virginia. I didn't really feel like always sort of Like a granted the corners so that it was just that one moment where I felt That's what all that I felt so emasculated itself yours. That's what that's what I wanted to do this 11 what my body felt like it wanted to John. I think it's so interesting that you used the term emasculated there that gets to the point that just Hill was speaking about before about how and individual can can feel when they feel hurt or threatened, and when they can start to see it as a threat to their very Sense of self. John. Thank you for ringing in today and for sharing that story again. Gary's called in from Port Arlington on a different subject. Hi Gary Hart, Virginia and personal Just the same great program today. Thank you. You look three years ago will likely left in a position to build a nice new home and we built it. Deficiencies in mind with hot water insulation, the way the house of sight of them. We also Sean and the puts all the panels on the house. Couple over his contributed some renewable energy back into the system, and also that Help with health energy costume and turning his mind's a difference to any deka. I'm just thinking that if I do go ahead with this playing and a lot of people if they're in a position to do so will simply With a battery system allows stopped exporting pair And, uh, so that claims to be negative chemistry, not in Children. Mm hmm. Wanting to put systems on their houses, I think that will probably just stop the stop people doing that all together. Yeah. Which would be a shame, although I don't know. Maybe they've been banking on the fact that there will be so much renewable energy generated by wind and solar farms. And such successful battery storage that you might not need that domestic trade. I guess so. I think that would be an interesting discussion to have. And as I mentioned before, there are some really interesting market analysts that track this And that using all the daughter that's available right now have quite convincing forecasts about where the energy market is going on. I'd love to see that that maybe this'll fears being struck off the back of predictions that the change the interchange between households all the selling back into the grid from the household is perhaps not going to be needed into the future. Rosalie in that genetic good morning to you. What do you make of the proposal to charge those poems with solar panels? Oh, yes, well Is not.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"gary hart" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Listening to wrestling observer. Live with bryan alvarez and mike semper viva on the sports byline broadcasting network. Hey siri you want to guess. What was the biggest gainer on. Aws or annex t for the last several weeks guess Don't take ut don't say it. Miro kip penelope orange chuck. I'll be damned. Yep yep all. I heard was complaints was the biggest gainer on both shows for weeks. Okay we got an annex t tonight and they have announced a pre show match for the show. Those of you wanna see. I don't i guess it'd be a peacock i guess but anyway we audio versus raquel gonzales. For the annex t title volt versus mosso ciampa s que versus great young vets versus llegado. Del fantasma for the tag team. Titles the got little eliminator. It's really quite simple with Leon rough swerve. Scott brunson read cameron. Grimes dexter loomis in la night winner against johnny gargano. Tomorrow we got. Pete done facing kushida and in this pre show match. Tony storm will face zoe stark. And then tomorrow. We have not announced a appreciate much to they say we. Yes i could get your payroll now trouble for that one Female carrying cross for the next title at him culver skyla riley unsanctioned match to this minute jordan devlin versus santos escobar for the cruiserweight title. Johnny gone overseas the gauntlet eliminator winner and chassis blackheart verses. Ember moon. I'm sorry shot. Seeing ember versus candice laret and indie hartwell. Now the reason. I was laughing. When they mention sanctioned match so on smackdown spear-carrying apollo crews announced that his match with a big e will be a nigerian drum fight. But the hell's nigerian drug fight. I thought well it's around the ring with guys bang drums who write music l. w. officially announced a biggie and apollo crews intercontinental title match at menia thirty seven. Ninety two will be a nigerian drum fight when crews issued the challenge. He said the nigerian drum fight is an ancient dual created by his ancestors for those who are wronged to get the chance to make things right. There are no rules or limitations. Just a beating so loud. It sounds like a drum like that. So are you telling me that all this is is a no holds barred match where they were going to beat each other so hard. It sounds like a drum. That's what a nigerian drum fight is. There's going to have to be in my mind. How i'm envisioning this is there will be guys outside the ring with drums beating on them and we're going to have an increase in tempo sort of thing in. Maybe that's it. I don't know. I have absolutely no idea. I'm not sure you wear by the way mike. Are you aware. Are you aware yes. That's the story here. Is that apollo could beat big e biggie pinned him and pinned him and pinned him and pinned him which led to apollo attacking him so big challenge to another him to another match where he pinned him. Yes and this is leading to a nigerian drum fight. No-holds-barred no rules violent beating your that. Meanwhile one guy burned another guy to ashes. He burnt him to ashes. Dead keeping him out of the ring for three months. That was okay. The man who was burned to ashes returned and they will have a wrestling match installations least. Nobody got swung. Well i mean to be fair. The guy that got swung either. That's also just a match. But he's the guy that called the other guy had dummy cage. Maybe they have a marimba. I don't know making. I know book this show vince. Mcmahon celts looks. Good doesn't it. W w inducted ten people in the legacy wing of their hall of fame. What's funny race miscellaneous honest to god. This wrestlemanias this is not feel like wrestlemainia. At all last year we felt more like a wrestlemainia than what we have going on this year. Crazy here is that here. The legacy inductees ray stevens. Dr death steve williams. They're and michelle leoni. How badly they messed that. One up the you nailed it. I just can't believe you said it. But gary hart and brickhouse brown let me tell you brick house you know white brick house actually should go to this them. If you ever shoots. Well what happened was i. I know that you're all going to is not supposed to be funny. This is just what actually happened know. Brickhouse brown died and his wife called the the coroner and they were on their way to take the body and brickhouse brown back to life and which was mother and told her that he was hungry. Remember this he lived another week and then he died a second time and did not come back so brickhouse brown came back from the dead. Which in fact is more impressive than i would say. One hundred percent of the other people in the hall of fame so there you go brickhouse brown and that's a true story by the way if you guys think i'm making that up i'm not know. We talked about it on this show. But he goes in there with gary hart who cheated death in that plane crash eons ago that ended up killing bobby. Shane allston idol is on that flight as well. Some other people's so at certainly a unique group in i did. I didn't even realize it. That group was going in and make sense would with double the the Inductees year. But i did hear about the group for this year which was again just this random and just as just as odd this year. Dick the bruiser every ducted here on peacock. His dole. pez. Whatley were you buzz sawyer. Ethel johnson and paul bausch. Oh announced as.
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"gary hart" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"On the democratic side. We have gary hart back in the race now. Gary hart gave new meaning to the old expression walk softly and carry a basic on. You never get jesse jackson handsome well-dressed man magnetic speaker do conchas. Where do you get that name. The bottom of charge. What an aim for president may we're the washington's and the numbers johnson's playing basketball..
"gary hart" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"gary hart" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"What name down the avenue of the Americas on finally get this right. You put all the pressure on Bernie, You have to go five for five. Get him all right to beat you. You're playing very, very well. Here's your fifth and final question, Matt. Of the 56 men that signed the Declaration of Independence. Six of those men also signed the Constitution of the United States name anyone off those six men. Anyone. Franklin? Yeah. Look atyou, Maddie, Right. Brooklyn? Uh, you see, you got smarter when you drop by Quentin Road. That's what itwas right. It's a great job, Matt. Matt got four out of five right now We're gonna put you on hold. See how Bernie fares then you'll have a chance to talk to Bernie yourself supporting you Gotta go. You gotta go. All right, You win today's game. Okay, let's do it. Five out of five. But I think you can do it. Here we go. All right. Crystal not was the night when German Nazis attacked Jewish persons and property back on November 9th 1938 the event. Kristallnacht was also known as what Night of broken glass. Very good. 1988. Democratic U S presidential hopeful Gary Hart about out of the race, but year 1988 good Gary Hart about out of the race due to reports of an extramarital affair with Donna Rice. Aboard. What luxury vessel? It was the monkey something monkey. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Come on. It was the funky.
"gary hart" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Wow. Let's you know, but cover his chest hair. Let's do this. It's the doctrine mailbag. We've got the open mikes, Facebook messages and emails we've collected from the week for 2021 Stop making fun of the doctrine, voice lady. Why did you kick me out of your group? I'm don't do anything anymore because I thought that it was wrong Getting old for we'd say headlines and more headlines. It's nothing against you. Just not people got tired of hearing that, you know, kind of get it. WSB treats me horribly. Please don't make a complaint. We've always been very good. I'm calling HR. He made me Stop saying the date the only thing that stopped me and you should know this. Weaponize yourselves. Know what? You know, The only thing that could stop me it's a scandal. This show's audience is so big the only thing that could stop me as a scandal if you could find something in my past. So go ahead. I'm doing the Gary Hart thing. I don't think I've ever sexually harassed anybody. But you know what? You go ahead pens on your definition of sexual. What is your definition of sexual? Whatever gets me to complain to HR and get me to say the date for January. 4th 2021. All right, You know what it's a new year will use you more often. We'll bring in and we'll use you more often. That's okay. WSB uses me all the time. Oh, no. This is more of the complaints when we have in the mail bag. We've been away for quite some time. Yes, Let's start with How many? How much people missed us. Eric, wait a minute. Hold on, was actually 60 40. I think you guaranteed people. While we were away, and I never checked the math on this never checked the math on this. I just trusted Jared, who has a college education. Hey, thank you Put it out there that we had 60% new material. We did 40% best of the whole time. We were away your day, but you do the math on that scientist. Stopwatch. Yeah. Okay? Yeah, I was listening every day Calculation. That's a new segment. New segment carry the one. All right. So what? Why would show in the history of WSB has ever done that before? So the show in the history of the world? Has ever created 60% brand new material to play during their best of weeks off, boy, Are we dumb, either that it's either that or we really care about our audience? It could be a little both could be a little both all right. So they missed. So that's I missed them as well. Except when I was, you know, wildly intoxicated for two straight weeks. Except for that missed everybody. I'm gonna roll through a bunch of Facebook and Instagram poster, David says. Please come back. Kim been said campus is almost up with someone. This reminds me of one. You go to see a rock show. This is kids something we used to do back in the old days. We would gather at events Go your looks. Go look at quarries. Rajel, Massport's You put so a lot of times. You see this happen Where? Uh, The opening act. People came to see the headliner. They don't really know who the opening act is something Prince bombed, opening for Rolling Stones because it was before he anybody knew who he was. So you got a whole bunch of audience stadium audiences. They're like this guy stocks and he went on to be one of the biggest artists of all time. So people if they don't know the opening act, and they're like, you know those terrible and then they start being mean to the opening act. I always want to turn around and think, Do you really believe That the person you want to see name a band that has an opening act, you two Do you really think you two is over the side of the stage and they want to get on stage. But they can't because that opening act just go get a coke or a beer. They're being paid to do 45 minutes. They're going to do 45 minutes because they want to get paid. They're not keeping your favorite band. I'm coming on stage. And so when we decide that we're taking our Christmas break It's not about we're not pro testing our audience. It's not as if you know they come back. You know what if we just get a petition started They will come back and do a show on Christmas Day. I mean, just just deal with the way things are. You don't like the opening act. Walk out. They don't get paid if they don't do their time, But you two is not trying to get on stage not being allowed to buy the opening band that you don't like it when the audiences reaction they're like, all right, we'll cut you guys off. Let's go. Audio audiences were losing this crowd. We gotta get him out of here. Go out there and say something about the world. This guy's a terrible We're gonna come on there. You know, It was always great about that. Peter Gabriel, who would always have these odd, interesting sort of world. Music acts which in most cases because people came to hear sledgehammer, right, they would they would not. They're not into it, right? This is a great thing that Peter Gabriel does. He comes out it introduces. So you paid the ticket for Peter Gabriel. And before the opening act comes out. He comes out and says, I love these guys, and that's why I brought them on tour and the audience still can't stand them because it's some music from Zanzibar or something. I don't know, but they won't boo them because it would be like booing their hero. Like Peter Gabriel came out and said, I like these guys. If you don't like him, you don't like me. It's a very clever, clever thing. But we've straight a long way. From the point here, which is we were going to come back on January. 4th no matter what. Nothing was going to get us here earlier or keep us from coming on. This early, so I I appreciate it. I appreciate it. But, you know, we were gonna take a couple weeks off. We did, and we had 60% new material. We did our part. And JEF says you keep it along with this is, he says, I've gotten to where I cannot miss a single show. Very well done. Guys and gal. See, it's a good show. It's a good radio show because we're not full of it. You know, It's so easy right now. We have two things talent and we're not full of it. And right now, most of popular culture is non talented people who are full of it, so it's very easy to stand down. Kim's then we have to the ladies in there. There were two guys, the lady Kim says. Who raised him. Lady Kim, the Lady Kim Here. She walks into the room blazing him of Devon temperature. She says You're on the shire. She says. Who? Ray? I am so happy. You guys are back. You're the on Lee Vaccine I need Oh, by the way, Incorrect That reminds me smallpox. I saw some stuff. I got polio, but I love the doctor in areas. I don't know what Rabello is Whatever that is what you want to get back to the wedding bells. Go ahead. 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