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"george collin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:17 min | 8 months ago

"george collin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Taylor's got all day throws way down the field. He's got Brandon cooks who catches the ball inside the 10 yard line Monster play their 52 yards from Taylor Clunks. That voice you just heard because we're back on Prime time on ESPN Radio is Georgia Donald So great to have George Collin games? Not just on the NFL side, but also the college football side this year on E S P N radio so well deserved for our friend George China. We're back on prime time. It is field Yates, Harry Douglas, like no matter how wide receiver and Chris Button who's reporter covering a ton of stuff here, you hear and see your most specifically on Saturdays. Cultural games. You're at the Florida game yesterday, and now you're hanging out with Harry and I sorry for the downgrade. Love it. I mean, I'm here in person, which I may not see your faces the rest of the season win for you know women, Chris, You didn't say anything about the downgrade Part, though she was like was that I just said, you know, you kind of downgraded from Florida yesterday to us today. Oh, I did see some spectacular quarterbacks yesterday. You did, too. You're watching some football? I did I seen Uh, well, we have a quarterback decision to make in Florida, but that's for another day. Yeah, well, that that one outs on next Saturday well throughout the weekend, sure as well. So we presented progress. We are presented by progressive insurance and all casts appear via the Goodyear Hotline. So I mentioned earlier that the Texans were kind of the team that everybody this offseason was laughing at. And they said, Oh, you know, look at them. They're adding a bunch of also rans. That's a bunch of guys Don't really move the needle. People were saying, what exactly are they doing? Harry. What they're doing is gearing up to put the business to Trevor Lawrence today. This team came out and bawled out today one of the most impressive performances. What did you like most from that Texans effort to things defense in Tyrod Taylor and I need a lot of people to start putting a little bit more respect on Tyrod Taylor's bad guy. He just happened in Cleveland to be there when they had the number one overall draft pick right and bigger, Mayfield. He just happened to be with the Chargers. When they drafted Justin Herbert in the first round, right, so he's had a bad two years not because he can't play the game of football. Uh, but because They drafted to franchise quarterbacks in the first round with those two organizations. I love the way he plays the game. I love the way he takes care of the football. He can do it with his arm. He could do it with his legs. He had a great day today. They score points. But that defense that defense intercepted Trevor large three times. Not one field, not to Chris, not three producers in the back, but Yeah, but three times whips, and by the way, Chris pressure pressure more pressure today. Yeah, well has never in a college game, throwing three interceptions. And this is where I don't understand. Like how do we Put the expectations for Trevor threw three interceptions. But he also through 4 332 yards, fourth most and debut in NFL history. So how do you manage those two stats? I'll tell you this first things first. I think Officer coordinated. Darrell Bevell has two home things home down things a little bit for travel large right? I think he needs to put him in situations for travelers to feel comfortable. Because what I've seen in preseason that was not the case, right? Um, I understand that he's a rookie. But are we forgetting about Peyton Manning when he his first season in the league, right paint Manning through what over 25 interceptions his first year? So these are growing pains and the A lot of quarterbacks go through. It's not everybody because Patrick Mahomes didn't go through this, but they're two different types of quarterbacks, and that's just the way the NFL is. We've seen Zach Wilson he struggled today. These young quarterbacks are going to struggle. They're going to have the growing pains, but I think more so in an area where Look, I think we have the mindset. Okay? He's not playing great, right right now. We need to write them off. I think we need to get out of that mindset. Can I just say something case? We never get back to Zach Wilson talk about to do that oozes confidence. He Took two dates to prom. To to your my boy Blue to get that in your case. We never go back to the just sitting at my boy, Zach Wilson. But my grandma told me Hey, if you're not married, son, you're single How long you've been together? You're not married or single. That is a classic line right there. I love that. Yes. So I'll just finish up with violent on the Texans just before we move on from them because it's possible that this team does plateau and level off and ends up somewhere around like you know, six and 11, as opposed to two and 15 or something like that. People may have expected is that This off season. As I said, Like, What are they doing down there and what they were doing? I know this and this is the only lock and trust me. I mess up way more of my calls than I hit. But the only lock I had this week in terms of making games. The Texans over the Jaguars and part of it is my belief that Jacksonville is just so far away. Still, even with Trevor in place, but the Texans were going to be scrappy on defense. They were going to be competitive. And it's not a bunch of superstars, but it's a bunch of players that they believe fit their system and the NFL the NBA. I'm not trying to say that's not hard to build a roster in the NBA, but in the NBA, you're so equipped to. You just got a bunch of good players. It's going to all work. In the NFL. We've seen super teams. Harry come together, or at least super units come together, and it still takes some time and that they feel these guys have pride right there, Playing for the name on the front of the jersey they're playing for the name on the back of their jersey. They're playing to take care of their families. Right. So when you look at it from that way as well, these guys have a thing called pride where they're not just just because they have the issues that they have in the office, the front office They're gonna still go out there and do what they have to do so their team could be successful, right? They're not going to let that in not not going to let the low noise bother them from going out there and being productive. On the football field, no doubt and an impressive statements from the Texans to begin their season. There now want to know that not many people expected that, and they are now. First place Houston Texans, the only team in the South to win today. The Titans got throttled by the Cardinals, and the Colts lost the Seahawks talk about that game in just a little bit. Chris, but we got a situation brewing right now. It is in Jacksonville, where the Saints are playing host technically to the Packers. Unfortunately, because of Hurricane Ida, the region of New Orleans has just been so gravely impacted..

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"george collin" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

07:06 min | 9 months ago

"george collin" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"The industrial sectors of florida in georgia louisiana. They've been places didn't produce anything in before a see. Everyone just sat around and sweated once you got a c. You can have a factory. Function factory changed everything for the better. The industrial revolution made. Everyone's lives better. I guess you blame the schools a education system for lying to children and telling them if they don't if their parents have a suv they're killing the planet. We own and i love this. I don't know why everybody can't laugh in the face of every politician says we don't have much time yesterday. I died I think biden said we have only have a couple of years. Left was it biden schumer. I've been watching these two bozos this morning as they try to one and they said right right try. We only have a couple of years left. No one ever says a couple of years left for what until total earth like. What have you or spent here. What four and a half billion years. There's a great george collin rant And george collin was in many ways. I think it was not even a liberal. He was an anarchist. Aided government didn't like it serves a whole lot either but he has a great rant about how the planet is. Fine people are fucked thing about the planet has survived everything for billions of years and the people come along and say and he goes just tears apart the the environmentalist is way out of his time in every way. I was and how you think you know you get some housewife and some suburban soccer mom like in in wellesley and they sit there and say i gotta get an electric Volvo and save the planet and you say save it from what it's planet. It's not going anywhere you couldn't destroy the planet if you wanted to. You couldn't even if you set off every nuclear device in the world at the same time you know what happened. People would die. The planet would survive. It wasn't the idea that you hear from these these idiots including our president that if we don't do something i think it was said we had twelve years left in like a week later bernie. Sanders said we had eight. Okay ready second auction. He's got eight years said only a couple years left. I make sense but when you think about it you don't ever fear a serious follow up so bernie sanders. obviously ill. the media loves them and god they love greta bloomberg and llc and all the rest of these idiots they don't ever fear follow ups. What happens in. Excuse me senator. What happens in asia like like eight years like it's going to be licked dystopia landscape where everything's gotten burr burnt by the sun. The sun burns whole life. Oh yeah oh yeah the sun will kill us all owed about the extreme cold that you said was the result of fossil fuels what about the storms the snowstorm. i mean. They don't ever have to explain themselves. It's like you're just sitting in a classroom and they're the teacher and the students are all morons. Who just by everything you say. They're your your flock. And you're you're telling google going you're preaching to the tim and they're nodding and smiling so yeah. We have two employees. Don't have much time. you see that. Like those extreme groups like extinction rebellion ones. Who blocked the highways and hang for his and they say you know the world you know this is the world is gonna end or greta thornburgh. Who says you ruined my childhood. How dare you. Your parents ruined your sorry. Were abused ruined a childhood. She flies private jets yachts. she's famous. He wins awards. gets money. runner childhood. Mean she's super she's world famous. I ruin child in. How dare you. How dare you know we. We should all agree on this. Simple of philosophy are not going to be governed by children teenage truants highschool drop-outs. Don't set policy. They don't i mean hell went to call. It went to college. Well sorta she wants to economics degree economics believable to me. Thune didn't even go to high school and we're supposed to believe what she says about something as complicated as climate science it just so absurd and this is just the latest example. And it's too bad that people don't mock and ridicule Politicians who use human tragedy who stand there on the street when it a dead like two days ago someone lost their lives drowning in their own apartment. And you have a senator who says the time to spend three point five trillion or this will happen again. it's just so shallow and despicable. How can we all don't mock him. Yes you ask that question. A little bit ago. And i wanted to answer. I think number one because school taught us that we needed to respect politicians. And i think it's one of the most disrespectful Vocations you could possibly do personally. But that's why we look at the president and we're taught not to mock him and if that's changing it would be like say the terrorist attack boom killed fifty at a nightclub like pulse nightclub forty-nine people it'd be like standing there as they're pulling the bodies out and talking about you know you have to tighten the border most strict security or gun control which they do like that day. Don't you have to wait a day a day or two before you start ranting with that utter nonsense about stopping global warming. By the way someone forgot to tell chucky. That's not the term we use anymore. It's not global warming anymore justice using tornado. It's not global warming. It's climate crisis and existential crisis. If we don't do something we're all going to your children going to burn up alive. They're going to burn alive. If we don't raise your taxes and spend your money on on green infrastructure. It just seems like at some point. You say enough. Shut up with trying to make a living here. Pay the bill. Put our kids to college. And you're renting about some nonsense about how if we just signed a bill here we type it up right a bill and hand over the prison. He signs it and both the weather's going to get better. He signed that bill. And look at that. There's no rain the flooding no existential crisis. God i wish people would just smarter than me. You don't have to be cynical as i get you. Just be smarter and mock and ridicule. The likes of schumer and bide no respect the office. Jerry who thinks nevada.

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"george collin" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

12:47 min | 2 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on Uncommon

"Podcast with with that being said thanks for listening guys hope you enjoy this conversation with Luke Lewis. How are we? I'm good looks on his fine start to the focused luke's on his fine. I remember actually I ready. I didn't respond next time. I'd appreciate it. We'll wait Jordan's fault so I'm starting this one off right off the bat. I'm need to waste so at some point not now. I'm just saying you know some point. Kuby twenty minutes could be half an hour could be forty. Minutes might might not happen but it's there. It's definitely yeah and it's here but I'm happy to be at uncommon for the for the very first time. I'm very first on from that one time where we did an entire episode. You lost the footage yeah that was fucking brilliant but maybe maybe we'll give you the audio to give patrons. Okay Okay and you also pay during that episode as well so we both had a bathroom doing we all. I didn't know you did it did Lira lira linked to pay does full time and I always go before I just a very long man with a real small black. Do you know one of the questions we had was How long is Louis Sean? Oh I get that question like all the time yeah people think that just because you toll you can ask and it's like hey man. That's not a question. That's sexual. Harassment is huge I do. I do a joke about about getting that question. It's like the most common one is. Do you play basketball which sucks and then once a month last me. If I also have a big pain. Can I ask I sold the Alpha the Alpha energy thing. I never never understood where it came from. I've missed that it's the beginning mostly neither do. I do this thing on my instagram where I'll just start posting about being the most Alpha in the country so it is started off when Lewis went to America all of us back here in Australia could not work at four messages from my friends. One uh-huh yeah messages like your friend is Louis Joking and I've known Louis now being my best friend for a few years. I'd no idea like this. Is something thing that he would be like guys. I'm kidding but all-star and less but the thing is I did it once in a photo and got all these comments of people like like enjoying it and then I was like I was like Oh. I'll do it again and now I just can't stop now people coming on my shit. They're like no matter what I'm doing if someone takes as a photo of May taking the bus like on scintillating jail able go are that's the most Alpha male on a bus. I don't even know if they're ED joking now. So but where do you think it originally came from. You must've say Fuck Bra. Honestly I don't know where it came from. I think the all the war hammer painting plastic miniatures and I was like this this is Al this is going to take a few girlfriends. There is why people didn't Novia because you do have this online image of like. Maybe the kind of like the tough Guy Save L. Everyone will I go are running. That thirds said to a if you do it. Everyone's like Weli baby does think he's Al Fuck is looking at the way you dress then because he's postal often quite serious. Thank because of instagram like I always remember. I'll never forget like he's Gary Various. Yeah you asked me to take a picture of you on a stick case yeah and just a serious and then you caption it something like man like rising grind something crap yeah I was. I think it was thinking about the next step thinking about the next step and you would have justified that by going step on but everyone knows like you would love a serious instagram posts I do that. I also sometimes like you have genuine instagram. Yeah no filth traded selected. That's my whole realm and I'm like I can't have comedians. NFL on I know that like these guys are GonNa say it'd be like this is fucking shit ass. I look at it and I think because now the top of my instagram and by what says comedian we have to plan that failed if you're not trying to pay that then yeah but I like doing a little bit of serious stuff even as a comedian because I think there's a there's a there's like a funny because there is an incredibly intelligent has been slammed voice. This is why Lewis doesn't play possible because Luke just comes because his I can do it. I don't even like hey shorter than you. I dunk on. You'll the that's true that's pretty much our whole podcast lear show is bullying for an hour and occasionally like we turn the attention to kill him where one arrest will throw it alleyoop and the other one Duncan accented Hayes face third speaking of bullying that was signed that he asked preference for bullying Keelan or markers. They're a bit of a different flavor Tequila the guy on the radio show before you even asked anyone who actually asked you that question who wants to know of hey that's why we believe I think he likes it. It sounds like he likes the attention. Well speaking of bullying. Let's turn to you Jordan we noticed lucrative before that you do this podcast with different guests and generally rock up looking quite casual just wearing during regular clothes but you had an instagram model and that was the very first episode where you will with this and I'm just wondering I'm sorry for and if so why aren't you doing it for us yeah so that was Steph class myth that got a lot of hate from that actually got messages dressing up in a suit for stiff fucking sir. I normally wear my blazer. I've got a shirt John Nice. I didn't we both your episodes silica war. This should at least yeah yeah but like I've some some spruce it up a bit. I get a lot of flack. I'd had a fresh haircut. They're like timing is impeccable isn't it. I will explain yourself. That's fine but like this is like a line so wearing blaze doing getting a hic. That's fine but if you also trimmed you know I it. I'M GONNA refer. I'm going to refer this to Steph. I'll make I'll give us the assessment I don't know I think it was bad the timing I think it was perfect. Timing is some slack I think she's one of the biggest guests you probably have on the podcast I get the mindset of these funds sounds important. Just maybe start trading ever gets the same care hatred the other guests just us very important as well. I've actually go to gift Vigo's okay whether you like. It's my yeah differing trim and use the pupils to make you a little love hard on. Oh my God with a bottle of wine that we got here. That's good special gary bottle great either drake. Yes I know why anyway it was just for you to try try he can he can Taika and next time he's watching the bachelor or meg the game episode where we're going to sit there and play the bachelor drinking game. You like this one the we've got you like you win. Some brownie points in in CA- yeah it'll be up there with sort of a tattoo sleeve okay. You've been listening Yarmuth Fan. I was actually doing the numbers I mean you guys have made it a two episode eleven yesterday which is having hoping I was going to get a bit of a mention you know you coming up you ask somebody to the uh-huh during the interview. I was like Nah no bad special. You heard their most recent episode we actually officially banned shout outs on this yeah cousin Shannon his cousin's birthday and I- cracked it yes not on birthday shared fair enough given a shout out to anyone no they haven't been because because so many people lost the Shatt. Do you have any messages way both yesterday and serum you put me on your story and Hi Derek from Don Kosta. Do you really think I'm GONNA put a sixteen year old kid instagram handle on my story because he asked holders. I Yeah I can imagine you would get some weed weed messages. You know what some of them will like like bills that were clearly Bailey. I tain let the eighteen in their profile to sort of tricky that the pain girls y'all token to him I I can you can see it. You can see it on the profile because he's he's a bit of a teenage heartthrob with his orients because I do bachelor video because my interests are the same as goes luke has has has the mind of a sixteen year old girls don't like me because I addressed a school shooter and I talk like one bit some of are these questions to dislike Jeez. I don't know whether these guys can ever answer this like it's sort of like it's it's not pandering but it's a bit like you know I'll has obeying being the two hottest comedians in Australia's messages that you got laws yeah okay. I think it gets up like that. I I thought about Jefferson beaks forget on that was courtesy of Louis one of those and someone that name Jeff so yeah. It's a it's either that complementing comedic ability or just shit may now committee could on the point of committee ability to give the best you very very good because you are some of the few people who've really picked up on the differences of jets and savoys. That's I've never thought well. That's actually kind of offended that you would think that that's a comedic opinion. That's not that's. That's what's good about. Comedy is your I would've pinpoint the thing that we all realize is inherently funny or strange in the George Collin of snap picky exactly the exhaust field that we play in a lot actually us. We'd Australian food food based comedy like I do a lot with I did it with Pineapple super-duper thinking of launching a new campaign actually to everyone needs to been the little vegetables. WHO's that come with two minute noodles who it's the Veggie that's toys carrots and pays? No don't come back. Can you do something on chocolate bars like we've been going to seven eleven a lot recently and just sort of investigating like you know they've still got trump. Their Kili Willie's his Eytan us. I don't know if I don't know I had never had one. They pretty good but like I would never buy various chewy chewy. I'm like a top forty chocolate chocolate guy. I'm mainstream. I just I just ate the hits okay so yeah like playing chocolate froze. Cherry Rob's over its except for a mirror. I'm not touching that shit an animal. What about you? I don't like sweet stuff that much yeah I'm I can only really have like boy knows and they commands a pretty good on a lot. No one else does which is awesome for Mason. The Guy Cleans Him Aleppo the when they're left at the final yeah it's great. I wish I liked Mara arose because now I want to touch them Tyson. I want eight that yet. Shits rank is very very. It's very rare to find people who like Turkish delight so my dad loves her up with having that shit like he's Greek separate so he would probably the Turkish delight the he loves it. He loves Ricans. They've improved it all really fucking retarded but it's yes. I don't know if he's listening yeah. He doesn't listen unless like Jefferson a harm no he's. He's actually overseas right now. He only listens if he like like someone there in sports or Politics Ron so like Jeff Kennett he'll listen Smith. You might skip that one yeah. He probably wouldn't listen to that fortunately but you guys might be why maybe I should introduce him yeah right. Maybe I should like I mean does he like comedy many of us chain he likes. He likes really crass com- comedy so he would love Lewis Yeah. My mom.

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"george collin" Discussed on Neurodivergent

Neurodivergent

14:20 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on Neurodivergent

"That's not going to work. No it's not gonNa work and sometimes we feel like especially just my experience with young people is great to be able to build that resilience not she like she might pronounce day them and most people would be oh. I came show fine fine but they may continue to accidentally hero that I've done it like I'm GONNA put my hands up and say I've done that quite a few times where nine people a non binary slipped back to he and she and then I felt is I hate crime. Am I GONNA go down. Yes take a look me out <hes> I was trying to. I was trying to interrupt you to be annoying and point out that now we're talking about pronouns but <hes> which is exactly what happens when anyone brings up Bill C sixteen they talk about pronouns. It's not about pronouns anyways <hes> in Canada if you did that maliciously again Hashtag not all ways <hes> however this has happened more than once <hes> you could be charged with a hate crime taken in front of the Human Rights Tribunal. which is this weird secret special court that can do all sorts of crazy Shit Tia and that's that's for real as poss- for real thing is really scary because a lot of time people just make honest mistakes and steaks and is GonNa do anything unless you run into an extra w somewhere at a cafe or college campus and you're the person they decide will make them famous on twitter is kind of funny how S. J. W. tend to be offended or distress to a mortified to fight on behalf of other people or actually lost a time fasten is like you know what is cool? It happens but they're like Oh my God they could you shea is is fine. It happens you know I have not. I'm not being that person but I have trans friends. I Have Trans Clients and I mean you know me. We have conversations that I have with you know Trans Person Zero out of all Trans People. All I know care at all about pronouns. They don't care about bathrooms. They don't care this isn't being trans isn't like their career aspiration. Being Trans is not even a thing that they want to have to quote unquote they do they just WanNa be themselves. globeop going to go get a coffee. They want to have a job. They're not sitting there constantly worrying whether people are going to call them the right Pronoun- It is all the WS <hes> I I've noticed interest <hes> Trans People like let's say I deny light twenty five to be owned five Matt and have been friends with and colleagues and so on so forth have been so chill in that way Edano Donald Fast. They're very easy going but then that kind of bridge the gap people are a lot more sensitive <hes> mistakes like now <hes> something yeah generational personally and just as little aside also. I think we should get off the trans. People yeah go to to White <hes> not just talking about you know my trans friend says <hes> <hes> Yeah No. It's it's just yeah I what I was going to say. It was say oh age thing so there is an age thing S.. Two WS really didn't exist in twenty twelve in twenty thirteen S J ws lease were almost out in full force. Something happened twenty thirteen on and Jonathan Height. WHO's really cool guy to listen to <hes> he his theory is a bunch of things but also that is the first year that the first generation of children that grew up always having facebook yeah? It's the first year they hit colleges. Oh my God does just when the exploded. That's such a pivotal point that such only know forever that way yeah so it's it's weird right back to free speech Order Trans Person Think About Free Speech K. I'd say no kidding. Can you imagine if out she just gave you a reference to that that would be I quit <hes> free speech so ghetto hate speech because yeah most people and this is annoying like I'll be like I'm pro free speech and then someone else will be like I'm pro free speech too. It's really really important to me except hate speech yeah like no no. That's part of free speech and yeah I mean everyone uses. I'll stop K. Talk. I'll talk after you talk. You need some space in wave form I do. I need a little bit of room his meat filling out right now. <hes> I have a question actually 'cause free speech isn't necessarily about what's being said is conductive active to a lovely society hot so much what being said is conducive to a happy society. It's more the ability to say it is conducive to a happy society. You feel that you should half that right taken away from you if you'll horrifically racist or no nai no that's that's if that was true. Free speech wouldn't like free speech like I said isn't there to protect speech. She like ask if someone is on the street corner shouting <hes> you should love everyone as as your family you should be nice to all the people no one's GonNa go off. Should he be able to say that. It's free ashes only needed did when someone says something you don't like yeah I get I think people we've in <hes> to the Lauren stuff for free speech because obviously there are laws in protection with hate hate speech and what you were. Saying the Human Rights Code that saying how <hes> you can't say show fire in a crowded theatre yeah. Do you know where that saying comes from tonight. Judge all over Wendell Holmes came up with that example and used it to convict addict to Yiddish speaking <hes> said the immigrants I think are immigrants data speed imigrants in the United States who were taping up posters and Yiddish. They were anti war posters. <hes> and I forget my memory. Sorry everybody I forget if it's worth who are one or two but they were posting up posters against fighting in World War One or two in Yiddish and so they were locked up and put away and the way one of the ways that <hes> that the judge was able to do that was by inventing the example of you can't show fire in a crowded theater and those Yiddish antiwar posters. That was the fire that they were shouting yeah <hes> it's just I bad it's turtle bad turtles all the way down bad but I think it's interesting because people believe if <hes> like why free speech maybe shouldn't be thing like an argument for that is hate speech h but the free speech is separate from the laws in place for hate speech and if someone is being racist like knock seven really hates hate speech laws overlap lap free speech because you got free speech protecting speech and then someone decides something's hate speech and gets a law put out against it that hate speech law supersedes the free speech rights away because of blank yeah. I guess I'm thinking of like more milk American kind of what's your example of <hes> hate speech because we haven't defined that and it makes it hard to talk about. Life sounds like we're having an argument. I should be happier. Okay tell me all about I didn't. I didn't even get an argument. I think because it's just such an interesting topic. He didn't in the wall no unify I will I will I will win. You don't even style right. What was the question what is defined Gimme your definition of hate speech because we keep talking about hate speech and I'm guessing we mean different things so people are easing <hes> <hes> <hes> cooling some would you stop African American and I use that term in quotes because its content everyone's black as African American not <hes> yeah in America black African American Cetera et Cetera Qader specifically referring to quote Unquote Urban People <hes> hip hop hip hop guys I guess can they say the inward? It's contextual and it's difficult because you could you you know they've reappropriated that word the same way as gay people who've reappropriated Feiger or queer whereas we while a guy that was terrifically offensive so it's very his face so she can say those words. I'm faggot. I'm Aquarius Five. I can say about myself. That's going to actually be really offensive but I'm fine with that. It's it's a term of damn naive ahead between gay people. It's on the gay community here. It's it's a little bit more on the aggressive side not gonna lie but then again we used to see what and it's like math <hes>. It's nothing of that word. I wished that could its lovely hates. Yes so it's difficult because it's it's contextual. Is it bright because it's contextual I. I don't know it's very difficult kind of you. Know in what context is saying. Everyone should kill all the Jews acceptable. Maybe by a Jewish pass <hes> pretty bad if these sessions seat. That's that's good example comedy say that kind of thing. He makes about being a Jew yeah. What do you think about <hes> where the line should be drawn in comedy? What what's the limit of things you can say in comedy considered bad well very basic? Fans can be considered the band because people precious <hes> itinerary so many comedians. I love Golden Safe. Aw I mean George Collin. Just lie does a film bit about killing himself and his funny is I mean it's really difficult to say I'm trying to. I'm trying to think can you could be my my opinion. Is there is well. I mean I'm I'm all free speech. I don't even have to go to comedy. I think anyone should be able to say anything. That's not a call to Karm Yeah uh I I feel I feel the same. I think it's you know it's I guess because a lot of people have a double standard have one standard of will this is free speech Blah Blah Blah hate speech and then they'll be totally fine been watching George Carlin or lose K. or Richard Pryor or modern people. <hes> John Oliver said a lot of stuff that he wasn't John Oliver. All the people would be going hate speech yeah yeah. I think it's really interesting because you know I could watch a comedian set and they say some piano ou our shots a bit John how I feel about that didn't have to like it. I can choose not Indians. What's your opinion in on? There's this thing that I consider an excuse to grab more control where someone could say something that is clearly horrible. This is clearly hateful. It's hate speech <hes> but it's not a direct call all the violence so you can't really nail it on as being something that should be banned or censored now. A lot of people will claim that <hes> it fosters the environment of Bigotry misogyny races et Cetera et Cetera et Cetera or it's a dog whistle etc etc.. I think about that maybe it does. Maybe and it's horrify like it makes me feel angry. We sometimes <hes> obviously there's still a lot of people already bigoted around L._G._B._T.. Plus Web sees you think. Do you think around the world. Do you think that some issues but reminded everybody. I'm from Alberta Kansas Texas yeah. I'm in the middle of the countryside to the nearest gay is probably one hundred miles away but the song title the nearest gays one hundred miles away. I'm actually writing down most genius <hes> yeah it can be it can be horrifying. It can be like not nice. It can make it could make other people feel uncomfortable if you send so that win okay to see that shit anywhere and they're gonNA plan and ECHINA- plot and they're going to do things and then we do see it. It could be even less potentially. I agree. I'm catastrophe rising. Everyone is going to become terrorists all be gay people but still yeah people. Will I mean yeah that not everyone's GonNa well look at the population size and then and if it's one percent how people that's a whole lot of frigging people and they're gonNA find each other and Organiz yeah but here's the thing that bugs me because if someone is out there spouting racism and let's use an example that people people can relate to <hes> a dude owns bake shop and the dudes conservative Christian and he believes in traditional marriage and Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve and let's make him really horrible. Let's say he believes in conversion therapy now. He would never force anyone to do conversion therapy but he does think that if they love God Blah Blah Blah they do it Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah anyways. He's Baker so gay couple comes in. They want a wedding cake. He says no then it's all over the news and everyone gets Sangre Blah Blah Blah..

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"george collin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Starting points for for our team over the last few years. We've had different rotations. We've had different ways to attack. Yeah. That that was labeled looking like the twenty fifteen team. But he never said twenty fifteen I was hoping is going to say that one more thing here. This is Kerr on the vibe still being good up three to because of his famous quote from Liverpool. Yeah. I think in general the vibe is good. You know, our guys are giants as I said last night. Right. Paraphrasing. They are freaking giants their, but they're champions. And I think there's an advantage to to have championship experience and to have to have have rings on your fingers. He's pounding that the man he's hoping the rockets are are making their coffee this morning. They have sports like he said it again, it wasn't wasn't dreaded again wasn't trumping appropriate fear. That's he said it again, he keeps found in that. And then we got the rockets have their own problems because we had George carline. Of course, one of only nine coaches to win a thousand games in the NBA. And he said I asked him for his big takeaways in the series. And he said I'm going to go negative. And he said he's been very disappointed in Chris Paul. One comment. Chris Paul's I love Chris Paul one of my favorite basketball players. And I don't know what happens. And. Still playing well for an MBA player, but you sort of this you lacked aggressive. I mean, the game the rent got hurt it was wide open. Our Chris Paul that. Bannon say we gotta win this. And I see that personality in the fourth quarter that game that much and that that's been the one thing that was a little bit adds good cut, man. I really like he's right. He go back and look at game five fourth quarter. It was there. That's why I was so hyped on that game. All right. One more cutting than fits George Carl saying, okay, it's it's this is hard and grinding these postseasons is he said, we only went to one NBA finals Bego couple of conference files, we pointed out a couple of his babies are still going the bucks last conference final George Carlin one and the nuggets last conference was George Collin nine and he said yet the warriors know how to navigate these days on the calendar going through their experiences. Basically the only thing that I think right now goals. They gone through this experience. But they've done it. Now what's his fourth or fifth year in the finals? They're mentally fatigued. Whereas Houston right now is probably trying to figure out how tired they really are. And. It mentioned him not been used a lot. And I think that's going to be a little bit. Not gonna get a good benched players be really important probably a little bit more important for Golden State, then used to okay from George Karl to the fifth files..

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"george collin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:43 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Your welcome. Hunger develop. I've been busy doing other things circling back, and they they called invited me. And I said, yeah. But bring my buddy, Vance Gilbert is opening show singer. Yeah. Great singers. He's going to open the show and George Carlin, which I found out after we working together the last two years of Georgia's before here's and so I just as a huge fan of George Collin. Always stick with that connection. But he's great. And I love when there's a musician comedian. I love the g get all your bases covered. So it's going to be a great night. Paul some comics prefer to have a comic in front of them that you would prefer to have a singer in front of you. Why what's what's the thought process there? I always questioned comedian, and it it feels like having the same meal twice. Yeah. It's like if his my allergy have your mind, you're going out for steak, and you really want to have a stake in you can't wait you go to this steak, and then because very nice. Stake were on the house. His little hamburger. That's nice. I want to stay so much. I had basically be steak. What I am saying when I see a show I like to highlight the two singers like shuffling up mix it up a little bit nothing. I should be tended said for talking to you. It would be criminal. Did not mention the good news that mad about you is returning to television. Yes. We just opened up a writer's room this week. And we started around. We were you know, we it's been about almost ten years year and a half at least that Helen hunted. I said they asked us when we thought about it. Not really silly. Why would we do that? Then we started talking about it. It actually could be great fun. We had a good reason to tell it. You know, we saw it wasn't an install GIC sort of. Hey, let's go revisit. But rather let's really check in and see what life is like twenty five years in to this marriage with with a kid now gone. It's not the most of your life is behind you instead of in front of you. It's very different story to tell. So we said, yes. And then it took a long time for them to get all their ducks in a row and lineup business wise. I don't know why. But we're are jumping in. And we're gonna help them all done by the end of the year. That's so exciting. Everybody wanted to be Jamie and Paul I'm sorry watching that show. I'll get married someday. It's not really like that actually. House every thirty minutes. We stop talking. That's exactly. Yeah. I at the end of the have our sights with his house. Yeah. It's it's the way. I should I give Paul and Jamie buckman credit for starting a trend. You named your the characters name their baby. Mabel, all of a sudden, it's very in fashion in name your daughter, something that was a popular name from years and years ago. I think you guys were the first ones to do that. Anyway, we can help American people to service working it's working there be any musical guest stars like Yoko Ono Cyndi Lauper. You know, we haven't gotten that far maybe twelve so I don't know how many times we're gonna get to bring in people. We're gonna do short batch of twelve and I don't know if I guess terrifically. Well, we would maybe do other batch, but you know, gone are the days where you have to do twenty four episodes and seven years, and that's lucky, you know, if you're lucky the show goes, well, but that would be hard to do this. It seems to me young person's game. Can I tell you my favorite guests are was of all time. Not just call Reiner Bacall Reiner playing Alan Brady. That was excellent. That was he was a Colorado at that point had told us that he had asked many Thais by many people to come and be on the show, and he didn't want to didn't appeal to the first time. He did it was when we pitched come back as our Brady, which talk about connection with it really was sort of a mind meld of like witnessing so mad about you exist in a world in the same world as a Dick Van Dyke shows, Robin, Laura Pichichi out that doesn't see. But it made all the sense in the world. There's Allen Brady so funny. Someone wants to know if you found a new Murray for the. We will have an open cast exertion to get a new dog. 'cause the original Murray much these dogs. We'll speak to each other. You work with somebody. Panko and I got a little bit for us. He's us. It's been a long time. What about now that all these years have passed? You guys did a story are where Paulin Jamie, even though they were crazy in love with each other. They kind of went their separate ways through story. Very good. Very smart because that was a question we decided yes inside when we did our finale twenty years ago, it was like this week. It was the first week of may nineteen ninety nine. We did a one hour valley where we jumped ahead into the future. Specifically, not only have never be tempted to come back, but we wouldn't even be able to come back, and we were already told the story and the thinking was that a marriage is not easy. And certainly if you're gonna make it all the finish line. You don't get you. Don't get their free of charge. There's a lot of ups and downs. So we wanted to show the vis couple did. Yeah. Absolutely. Was so committed loved each other even a tough spots to where they separated we don't have how long or how seriously, but they just said, you know, enough is enough and then ended up back together because that's how it was meant to be for them. So we had a long discussion has today like where in that arc? But we starting this before they came back or is it after and everybody said nobody's members. I'll everybody remembers that you you remember it was. I cried when they had their issues because like. You know, we took it. We were talking about those seen halfway into the four before the end of the season where they were having trouble getting pregnant, and they had a big break up scene. And it got out of this wasn't even where they separate. But they just talked about it. And they were having trouble getting pregnant and each of them came very close to having an affair. We it was. But it was very earned. You know, we had it wasn't just frivolous. Each feeling Jerry not feeling great about themselves. He was feeling as a man, and she was feeling a woman because they weren't able to have a kid, and they started drifting apart, and we had this time. It said it was an eight eight minutes scene. One shot just on a park bench saying, you know, maybe if we can't get this inspection in this this lack of trust. Maybe I ever climbed that I wrote it. This is going to be good. I was going bad believe we we will welled up every time we shot it people. Tell me to this. They watch that cries. That's a good thing. I'll tell you. I tell you something I probably should this be last. I was here when one of the nicest parts about going out and doing stand up again, which I didn't do it. When mad about you started to I just didn't get out and work two years ago. And now when I go out, I after the show always on the lobby they'll side books. Whatever people have say Hello. And everybody's got a story. Everybody comes over say. Boy, it'll we got married to your eve. So I'm a boy that episode is exactly what happened. And I didn't know any of that. You know, I never quite realized that for the people who watch the show how intensive experience it was what a connection those really really gratifying. You know, so media back then to reach out. So you guys and say feeling this to the house in Hong Paul, but you never. Stuff happens. Whatever Paul Reiser, the great Paul Reiser performing in town this weekend at the north for center for the performing arts. It's an eight o'clock start you want to go to north shore. Senator. Ours ours. Ours leave. Oh, that's the. Guys, come by. Two. Talk to you. Paul reiser. Everybody loves them. Go to north shore, center dot org. Four tickets, and I believe there are still some tickets available. So, you know, the average person spends about a third of their life in their sheets give or take a little bit. So it would seem like a great idea to get the best linens that you possibly can with over thirty five thousand five star reviews raves.

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"george collin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I wanna play this George Carlin rant. And we we've played this on the show before us award in that I- censored myself met Clark pull these from. I've got a couple more George Collin Rancho that are really good. And when you say a word, I'd go beep pot the volume down, but through the wonder of the surgical precision editing of the Swiss army knife on the edge jerk stone over the he took doored out. Word you can actually say on radio. We're going to we're not going. It's crude it's the actual re-live word for a whole you notice. All you'll shavers. It's don't say no don't say that one of the one of the funniest ranch. Well, tonight talk about this anyway, one of the funniest rants in. What was it mystery science three thousand remember that that Joe was on that was the best that other guy that came in? It was one of the writers. He sucked compared to Joel when Joel was three robots. It was the best. And I'll never forget watching one night. This is way back when this is. I think at the same time around Ashir was on with that show up all night. Anybody know what I'm talking about? Hello over here. And. Anyway, Joel is on and takes the letters from from viewers and one of the letters from kit was like seven or eight years old or something, and he showed up showed it, and it was I'm going. I'm don't remember. Remember, it was because Joe would always say dick, we'd on the radio he'd call somebody dick. We look it wrote in and said, Joe dare Joel my mom, and and it was it was on that little kid kind of writing paper kids. Learn to write in the for second grade. Whatever my mom says a bad word, I shouldn't use it. And so the letters and thank you for viewing little Tommy, I want, you know, that your mom is totally wrong. It's a perfectly acceptable word of. Okay. For us though. I bubble bureau. My nose, I was still drinking and. Get one on keep us northern up. But anyway, what time is it time for this three minutes? No. Well, I think we do do we have time for this. Yeah. I wanna play this George Carlin rant. I'll tell you. What we'll get it. After the bottom of the hour after the bottom of the hour. Let's talk with Lee welcomed on the edge. Brought a memory pack. The first time I heard the airport. I was five years old kid across the street used it. And he couldn't explain what it meant. So my mother whom I never hurt us a curse word in life. So asked her after regained consciousness figured next time. I'll just guess my dad he'll turn his head. Words when you learn little when you're located everybody learns them everybody uses the pope is Neil for his thumb with a hammer. No, I'm sorry. He'd just kissed an Africans feet. That's what he's doing now. And they smelled so bad that he is the Ford but anyway. The pope right now is literally kissing African feet. You know that he's doing that washing their feet trying to prove Kristen everything and Chris Christie wanted to do that that's absurd but everybody learns those words little kid. And I I remember once using a word when I was with there were two women both of which pregnant one of which my mom, and they both had children in baby strollers, I think at that time. It was my brother and I'm walking along. And I used a word canoes on the radio and both of these women stopped dead in their tracks and said don't ever say that again, that's not nice. Both smoking cigarettes to after their third MARTINI walk in kids. And I'd my mother say that we're at least fifteen times. Anyway, what's up? Okay. Couple of things. First of all what's Brown in winkled, Bill free of church. Gee, I don't know. Dame? Right. And I would like to make a comment about Maxine Waters. Thank thousand ships. With apologies to Homer and the odyssey into explain. You gotta see it has nothing to do with the mini van made by Honda. Secondly, I wonder how many kids even know what the odyssey is Homer. Is they probably think Simpson even that's dinosaur at this point. But I wonder how many kids even know about the remember the first time I came in contact with that I've talked about on the show at a sixth grade teacher that read that to us. All the boys. Do pushups he made all the girls do mock girl push ups everyday, and I think we had him for fifth and sixth grade. And then he he'd read every morning from the Annecy just completely knocked out by it. It was just such an adventure picture that stuff in your brain. Jason Argonauts all I mean, just a ton of stuff in there. But anyway, what else you got is that is that what you wanted to come in? That's going to be running out of time. When he broke his hourglass time is running out. By the way, Lee. We're all running out of time you are to look in the mirror. Thanks for the call. And we're always appreciative of you out. There listening even when you're not listening. Lease not listening is in Kentucky on special assignment with more like deep cover correspondent has access backstage pass and leaves causing because he knows. I think he's listening. We gotta start listening. Get get the web man down there in Kentucky. I'm going to save this story that we shared with you earlier about the hour. We're gonna hear the George Carlin rant, which is outstanding. And it's going to put you wanna hear this. Now. Many many of heard it probably don't remember something. You've never heard it. We need you to listen to Dave played this on his show. And it's one hundred percent true. George Carlin is putting in perspective where you stand in the pecking order of the global the the swamp global elite all of the people that really power. I'm not talking to people that you think have power talking people that even above the pay grade of George Soros. Yeah. He's a foot soldier. Yeah. I'm talking people that really have our back that make things happen. You know, just keep doing your job paying taxes. Everything's gonna be okay. There's nothing to do about it. I mean, we're just did you see was Lionheart was that was it. With Mel Gibson where the guy the guy's getting married and the king's men come down on the wedding day, when he's gonna take place to decide that they want to one of the the Duke of Earl or something wants to have sex with the bride before she marries this guy in everybody's just seething. Ooh. I mean, that's the ugliness of it. All that's the kind of power. These guys have they may not be doing that at your wedding, your daughter's wedding, or whatever. But the bottom line is own your every bit as much and they're still out there. One.

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"george collin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"All right. Let's work at work. The game was a runaway for our champion. James? I let's see if he came up with the correct response. No, he had Madonna and happy birthday Scarlett pretty soon, you're gonna run out a birthday friends. Yeah. Okay. You got it wrong. And you lost three thousand ten only dropping you to twenty seven thousand one ninety and giving. Three hundred. Retreading is wins again, personalities sucks. He sucks to even Alex. Dell's was personal life. And I'm interested in like sports gambler. How does he bet? How did he get? So smart. He gives you nothing. Nothing at all. No. He's very charismatic. Nothing. Like that. Does also annoys me birthday to everybody goes to pick a ah question. He always abbreviated. It's like always the one word jumpers eight. Yep. It's never. He's too. Good. All right. Exactly. Well, he's jumpers for. He he's he's trying to save on time. I guess trying to rush to get as much try to bet as much money as he can. But can't you can't with his his velocity. She's doing it's like people who say THX instead of writing. Thanks that too. Busy to write the whole. Thanks. You included. You are you of when somebody writes, you ought while you or a are they white you the letter the letter that the fact that when when somebody says, you are and spells it the war with the contraction, obviously while you want your moron. They may be doing it to save time. But I'm like a moron. Yep. But look, you are the same thing that is thing. But if in the age of texting when everything is to be abbreviated, that's the expected. I I don't know. I guess I don't I don't know. When I write. I'm I don't always put the all that annoys the hell my kids. Do that pisses me off instead of just writing? Okay. They write cake cake makes you more than when you some peace on the floor. I don't know peeing on the floor. But my eight year old he'll text me back KK, my kitchen cake. But look, but the thing is for example. I know the difference. I realize the difference. But I still do it just to just zip through the stupid text because do Texas show Saint Bernard. I love texting because I don't have to talk to anybody. No, I phone. I hate to talk anybody. Yeah. But. That's the worst thing is the second world true. But given the opportunity to congress pond somehow, I'm taking textile over phone without a doubt every time. I'm like what is wrong with right, right? Just text. I've getting calls double in fact, people call me twice and they leaving messages. I don't even listen to the message. I don't know who you are. I don't wanna hear the message. I if you want if you have something to say to me text, the to I don't think they can leave a message mailbox full. Believe me I'm trying before. Got cleared somehow or other on my own messages that I mentioned George Collin they into archives. Okay. So it was cleared. But I'm not listening to the message. I don't wanna hear you. Don't need it evasion. All right. So you today again Chuck Todd will be here this hour. He's always great embroiled in this war with Chris Cuomo and not Jake tapper the the model one bin Hussein Bob saggy live and studio sun, Jay Gupta. Got sports fifty seven the Mets again last night. The masters off to a great start game to the islanders later on tonight. And the phones are open as always one eight hundred eight four eight WABC one eight hundred eight four eight ninety two twenty two Bernie.

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"george collin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on KGO 810

"Something. The president of the United States is going to have another challenge if he orders, the expenditure of funds or places the army corps of engineers on the border with the instruction that they build whatever it is. He wants to build there will be challenges over the constitutionality of the president's seizing money. Question of whether or not the president as commander in chief has the power to order this. This is growing Gavin Newsom of the new governor of California is withdrawing California national guardsmen. Yes, not completely. But almost completely from the border. They still have some functions because he's saying this is unconstitutional, and you are seeing governors and state's attorney generals who are going to go to court and concerts. There are congress people who are involved in this as well. Democrats Republicans eight hundred eighty eight tennis the telephone number eight hundred eight oh, eight ten John. Let's get to the phones. Let's talk with George Collin. From San Leandro. Hey, George, welcome to K G O, you're on with patent John. Go ahead. Hey, John great day. Here you against my question is to actually to John. How many I wonder how many years after the German enabling act occurred did crystal that car the night when Jewish businesses and shops were attacked in the night of the broken glass took place on November ninth and tenth nineteen hundred and thirty eight so it's a good five years between the Byrne five and a half years the burning of the Reichstag and Kristall. No. By the time Kristallnacht came around. Hitler was incomplete control of Germany. There was no opposition. Right. I that's okay. That's good. To know that the other thing that hasn't been brought up, and I think it's going to be brought up on sixty minutes where Donald Trump. Oh, what a cruel person he fired McCabe hours or days before used to get a pension. I think it was twenty six hours before he would get what terrible person the fault. Mccain was stripped of his pension is so appalling to me. It should be appalling to everybody. It's just terrible. I know he's a mean man, he's a really mean, man. Well, and can I say you just gave me the opportunity to say something else? And that is some of the funds that Donald Trump is going to steal from the military construction budget is for military family housing and that military family housing is in deplorable condition. There was a an investigative journalist a piece, I think it appeared in Reuters. I which outlined the deplorable conditions that these families are living in largely because the housing for military families has been privatized. It's created very big difficulties for people but their existing right now. And now the secretary of the army has realized what's going on and wants this to be immediately handled therefore the budget for the military housing the things that they're living with are not only of infestations of pests and roaches and rats and termites. And all that sort of thing, but they also have black mold in their homes causing people to be sick. And how about this yet thought maybe lead paint was done away with these children of our military personnel. A lot of these children now are suffering from lead poisoning because of the lead paint in these homes terrible. This is a deplorable condition and how do you possibly justify stealing money to make these families whole to get them into housing? That is safe that is healthy. That's not going to make them sick or kill them. How do you possibly justify that for your stupid wall that Mexico is going to pay for eight hundred four George going yet? Yeah. Oh, have you gotten his book yet? No, george. We're still waiting for your book. Just Karen sent me an Email. I'm so glad you and Pat brought up the analogy of Germany. I am so worried that when everyone wakes up it'll be too late. I can't believe what's going on. And we know the GOP has. Been stocking the courts, we why can't people see what's going on all very disturbing. Karen? You're right. The courts are being packed stacked. And it's a serious issue. And well, it's the frog and the boiling water is what it is. Because when it goes in little pieces, everybody shakes their heads. But nobody revolts if it all happened in one fell swoop. I guarantee you people would be revolting. Let's go to Ted in Los Gatos, Ted. Hi, welcome to Keiji. Oh, you're on the patent John. Go ahead. How you doing? That's a pretty God. God, I I don't know. I'm scared. Hey, you know, Obama had a an executive order for carrying the cartels. So what Trump is going to us is that money to build the wall. And hopefully, you know, a, you know, all these all these people that are. You know, they're they're protesting with their domestic, you know, they're a Quiring of their land. Hey, that's cool. You know, they they can just have you know, they can have a porous border. That's okay. You know, it doesn't matter but Trump's gonna use the money. They're already has okayed and he's going to, you know, wait while you guys fiddle saddle with the constitutionality of us. Current executive was all we'll take a stay by the court. If Donald Trump is ordered to. Oh, no. It is true. No. It's not true. Why? Why do you think? That's not worse. It's not how it worked with Obama. Let me tell you something no-one no-one, criticized or or, you know, no one came up against him. I can I can I ask you a specifically's Ted helped me out what size what? As million. Our what funds where where what funds are you billion dollars? That Obama said oh, wow. We got this problem with the cartels. We got a, you know, you know, deal with an executive order is that what you're talking about. Correct. I. Something when the courts say, no. Yes. You darn right? They have the. You may not think so but you're wrong. Corks Hatem fat. Well, we'll see and certainly with Trump. Anyway, we appreciate your call. Thanks so much got an Email from Paul who says John enjoyed the spot with presidents taking office. You're right. Trump broke the oath keep up the great work you and Pat are doing a wonderful job. I, and you know, what if you would like to Ted I would be more than happy to see what it is. You're talking about. I don't know what you're talking about where Barack Obama through an executive order acquired eight billion dollars unspent funds apparently to have to deal with the drug cartels that now Trump has access to if you would please send that to me. I I would like to be able to put the facts on the air. Thank you, eight hundred eighty eight ten is the telephone number eight hundred eight because I say that because I don't think it exists eight. But if it does I will put it on the air. Of course, I wanna make sure we put accurate information out eight hundred eighty eight ten is the telephone number. I'm. Pat, thurston? And he's John Rothman. This is K G O was the last time..

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"george collin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

12:47 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The big news of the day seriously, but not much else. Here's your participation trophy. Danish show. I would say she's daring. I she's out there making her case not taking it for granted. But I think Sandra that these late innings of the Trump first term that she is the most skillful leader that we have these candidates all ran on healthcare. She was the architect of the Affordable Care Act. If we're going to have any chance at all at protecting. What has been lost? We need her. On mountain. Do you know why they called it the Affordable Care Act because you only got like a couple of things the only got like a couple of services. That's it. That's why it was affordable because you not everything's covered. Oh, that's awkward. Welcome back to the second hour ID lash on Twitter official Daniel lash on Facebook. So. Yeah. That's that's the problem. I wish that. Republicans could. Refiner messaging against the Santa messaging, right where everything is free free, college and free this. It's not really free. You're going to be mediocre healthcare. And it's it's not healthcare insurance. Isn't Hooker Bates? No, I was also looking at this story coming out from CNS. How about how the federal government collected record taxes in October. And they still one hundred billion dollar deficit. Remember how we've always been told. Oh, well, if you if you cut people's taxes. What's going to happen is federal revenue is going to plummet? How many times have you heard that particularly from people on a laugh, I'm really only from the left daily, right? And I had a conversation with my oldest son who has an economics class in school. And as high school about this. And he had asked me he said, I don't believe it. He goes. But I wonder I want to understand the mechanics of this argument where he was saying, well, isn't it if you give tax cuts to the rich that it hurts the poor? So we had this fascinating conversation about this. And I'm so glad that he asked because I it's an opportunity to teach about math and reality, and I noticed this. And this also came up as well. Because he said, well, I've heard the argument it's been made them class that if you when you cut taxes that the revenue to the government falls, and I said, well, this has literally completely disproved by the Laffer curve, art Laffer who isn't economists work under Reagan. It's completely disproved not only the under Reagan. But it's completely disproved under Kennedy because he was the last really sensible democrat in the White House, and when he cuts taxes federal revenue to the government skyrocketed, and you know, what that's not an anomaly. That's how the echo that's how the economy works. So so October two thousand eighteen. After taxes were cut by this administration, the revenue and this is what the media really didn't emphasize on the revenue the federal revenue hit two point five three billion an all time record high. So when you I because they see these headlines all day record taxes. They collect records they collect record revenue because of decreased taxation. And I was explaining this to my son. I'm like look when you allow people to keep more of their own money. Every time they will steward their own money better than the government will knowing that. But when you have more taxpayers because you're providing more jobs, you're going to have more taxes coming into the governor. That's just how it is. You you just create four million jobs. Those are four million taxpayers. You have to understand that's taxes into the government. Right. And I gave him the example, for instance of contact and just because I George Kalgren who owns that company was so excited when tax reform pass. And what was the first thing that George Collin did well, he gave all of his employees an extra week of paid vacation. They all got raises. He expanded the company, and they're coordinating three new firearms. And they're hiring a bunch more people. And as you know Kane as you just said those new people that are being hired. Those are new tax payers are people who are going to be adding to the tax base. Those are people who are going to have capital with which to engage in commerce, which then again. Creates more tax revenue not just for the federal government either. But for their state, and localities, and that's how this works. And he really he really understood that. And so this idea that the government because the government doesn't isn't it doesn't create jobs when the government takes that capital. People aren't able to create more tax payers with that capital. It's the private sector that creates more tax payers, not the government. And whenever you hear people say, oh my gosh. You know, they get these corporate tax breaks. Who do you think creates more tax payers the businesses? They create more tax payers by expanding and creating more jobs. The government doesn't create more jobs in the private sector. The private sector. That's the engine of the economy, not the government some of these people. I just don't I don't know how they've lasted this long and politics because they clearly just do not understand. They just don't get it. They they don't get it. But I, you know, it's. It's so it's so silly. But that's the real. I mean, that's the real math of it. All Nath is fine. Right. But I love that my summers asked me all these like, very serious questions, and he's very interested in all of this. He's listening. He's considering criminal Justice. I'm like, ooh. Gosh. Please. From God's ears. Let that happen. So switching it up. A little bit Twitter apparently has developed a new. Kind of rule where it concerns language, and I was. Well, it was tweeted in my timeline. It's some I think she's on the left at some feminist from British Columbia. But and I've seen this happen with other individuals one of my friends who goes by the name of gay patriot. He's a gay conservative got in trouble because he called Bradley Manning, a man, and he said that he wasn't a woman even if he is identifies as a woman, he's scientifically genetically not a woman and he had his account permanently terminated for that. And so this feminist had her tweets reported because in all she said, she was in a conversation where she says woman aren't women though, and she asked well, how are trans women. Not men. What is the difference between a man and a trans woman and her comments were reported and Twitter sent her note saying, quote, you may not promote violence against threaten or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity. Religious affiliation age disability or serious disease. The left believes that a challenge to their opinion, intellectually academically et cetera is persecution. This is why I hate when people say so and so attacked so and so who is it Voltaire who said let me never commit the vulgarity of mistaking disagreement with persecution. Because that's exactly what the says. They're they're trying to equate simple disagreement with persecution. So that they can claim protected status means you can't disagree. Well, that's ridiculous. Isn't it? An and if you're banning people who who who say that look men are not women. I mean, it is science, but particularly going after women who are objecting to men who are trying to appropriate their sex is that not inherently sexist. Do I mean? This is literally an episode of black mirror. I mean, we this. What it feels like? So all of these, you know, Twitter is essentially, and I don't know if it's just because they're of these transgender activists that target people which they do they targeted gay patriot. They were super mad, and then they targeted another friend of mine who is a conservative woman who is a lesbian, and she quite she thinks it's absolutely the height of sexism for men to try to appropriate the female gender, and they targeted her. What in the world hold up hold up? And I've noticed that there's this huge disagreement in the gay community as well that do not want the transgender activists to try to as one friend told me piggyback on their advocacy. So it's just like a big fight. Everybody's come through fighting. But if you're trying to suppress like real and genuine conversation. How are you? Not encouraging just blatant stupidity. I mean, that's what it is. Right. You're just you're occurring people to be stupid. You're you're you're she asks a genuine question, how are men and trans women different. What makes them different? And that was reported instead of rising to the challenge and intellectually defending your position they just wanted to silence. Her I feel like I want to band named call that the trans women. So hey, we had a little bit of a technical difficulty. Because beta was in town, and my completely self-financed a studio and whole setup we had a we had a minor a minor glitch. I said some things on fire through some things through windows. So hey, but hey, we're good. You know, it's amazing. If you throw things it fixes it. It's amazing anyway, welcome to the show and venal Hachette delays on Twitter official dental lashawn on Facebook. I blame the El Paso Bego anti-trump rally that happened yesterday. Tens of people showed up, and I remarked on Twitter that it was like watching tens of people at a bad local band show. That's exactly what it was like, so, but I thought it was funny because we actually got some some we listened in on some parts of the rally, and we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna show you what that was like. Yeah, we did later on in the program as well. But there could be maybe possibly I don't know a border deal. Maybe maybe a border deal. But I was looking at the latest information for it. And it looks like because what was the original number. What was the original figure? You all remember that seven billion five point seven billion. Right. And I'm sure it was completely arbitrary and Trump just made it up, right? Oh, except no because it was from d h s and and customs and border patrol that is that's that's what it was. And so now, the there is maybe possibly kind of a wall. Some sort of agreement. So the total that Democrats even though they spent eleven early times this on Iran instead of having a five point seven billion dollar. It looks like it might be a one point three billion dollar for fifty five miles of new barriers. There were the hellos is the money going. Where's where's the rest of the cash going? That's what I want to know. We're going to jump into that as well. And also, Katy Perry's black face shoe, which I think is less offensive than her dime store Taylor. Dana rendition of Dolly Parton song from the Grammys. We'll get into that. We have an update on the Justice Millette story apparently police say phone records. Do not meet the burden for criminal investigation. Interesting things here some fascinating stuff. And then we have more on the new green disaster. The New York Times weighed in with a ridiculously biased story, wait until you embrace hugging. Kiss this ridiculous bias it is so not even delicious. I have that for you. A ton of other things as well that we will jump into today and stupidity Florida man, maybe I won't have to. Oh. And then a very interesting story about if you hate body odor. Then you're probably a conservative, which makes all the sense in the world. So we have that. And so much more coming up, and hopefully, we won't have any more technical glitches either. But hey when your self going that's kinda exactly how it is. You know when you handle everything yourself. It's just being came here in in Dallas. So God love level. All so we have all of that and more to get into as we get moving on. Thank goodness we were able to get back in time. So I can tell you about CarShield and how with CarShield if you don't want to spend an arm and a leg on your vehicle because you're too busy spinning everything that you have on your radio studio, then you.

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"george collin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And east the man who's in charge of giving you straight talk and honest answers about your transportation situation who is next that'd be George George Collin from Texas, George, welcome. Thank you for taking my call. You bet. Gonna do for you. I'm interested in your thoughts between a Ford edge and escape and my main concern is reliability. George. They're both. Excellent SUV's and have been for many many years. I think it's just gonna come down to size. You know, the the edge, of course, is larger. It's got more cargo area in the back, but the escape to say redid it in two thousand eighteen really has been a great big. Oh, I got one for my mother-in-law little over year ago, in fact, and she lives in Iowa its first exhibition around and stay with us right now. And I drove hers the other day. So I got five or six thousand miles on it. But it reminded me how nasty escape is. I mean, it's gotten bigger over the years. And it's got a lot of cargo area a nice size back seat. And in fact, I just Kevin here just got a new escape for his girlfriend this week. She absolutely loves you got some features. I just love about it. If you get the blind spot monitoring. That's a really nice feature power lift gate in the back. That's a nice feature and. You can activate the power lift gate, which you've got the key in your pocket. Use your under the bumper. And it'll it'll open that lift gate. She came back from the test drive. Yeah. And walk behind the car and the salesperson who was showing her the car just kinda watch this. She comes running and going. Hi, going to believe you just move your foot in the tailgate open. Well, and I didn't talk a big deal until you're walking up to with your hands full. Yeah. You got two bags of groceries or a box, and you want to put it in the back, so George you just can't go wrong with either one. Scape? Obviously, it's more fuel-efficient. But you know, if you need more rim, get the edge. You can't do both of them are spectacular. They both got really good track records. Okay. Thank you. And we go to Margaret, Margaret, welcome. How can I help you? Hi. Hi. I'm I was asking about the Chevy blazer. I really love it. And I want to buy one, but I'm not there's no leeway on the price right now. Because it's a brand new. They just came out. Yeah. Does it way to the do? I wait till the end of the month are kill the end of the year or long do. I wait. It's gonna take more than the end of this month. I'm afraid, and that's one of the reasons I haven't been able to get one for review the Chevy dealers are just screaming for these things. So they haven't put any in the press fleet in Texas yet. I have a confirmation that the first one that comes in. I'll get to review typically case like this. I grab one from our Chevy dealer in Dallas classic Chevrolet. But they keep them. I mean. Every time one comes in. And it goes right out. Then they're all going out at MS RPM. I will tell you. I believe that in if you will wait and target Memorial Day. I think you'll be able to get a good one. And if you go to classic Sugarland, they'll take care. You know, I I never ask a dealer to to discount a vehicle that they know that they can sell in a hurry and get MS RPM, right? That's just from my days in the car business when you're in the car business and a new vehicle comes out, and it's hot you've got a very limited window of time before somebody will start discount them. And then once one dealer discounts one in the newspaper puts it online at a discount. Everybody else is gonna follow suit. They have to stay competitive abyss. But early returns from people who have helped on the blazer typically will ask somebody when you know, I tend to like classic Sugarland. And I'd say, hey after you've had it for a few weeks. Let me know how you like it. They're glowing about this thing. And I it is hot looking. I will tell you that. I think it's great. It's wonderful. I love the drive can hang off to Memorial Day. I think you'll be able to find a bargain at that time. Well, thank you so much for your advice. Sager welcome Margaret. And thank you for listening to car pro USA funny when a new Thunderbird came out when I was in the Ford business, I was paying ten thousand dollars over MS RPM, and I bought over a hundred of them on EBay from other forty ten grand over sticker, and we'll sell them and making money on. It's not a lot. Wanted him. So bad. I was the biggest EBay purchaser that year. And I think it was out too. Remember that? Yeah. I've spent more money on EBay than anybody in the country. And there was this those Thunderbird. Fighting grand over bring him in south. Everybody.

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"george collin" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"And I see a play like Derek Jeter and the ball is hurling at him in a hundred miles an hour, which is much faster than human being can run at a another human being. And he gets out of the way very few players in the in the major league baseball. I hit by baseball. So that's the argument. I'm going to bring okay, you're literally making an apples to oranges argument because if I making a baseball to football, which still oranges co listen to George carlin's baseball versus football stand up routine and you'll see that they're different sports a big fan of George Collin and gorge Carlin. Yes. Gorge, Colin names. Names, you names relative. What's your name? Your name is dandy. I don't care, right. We I have one last question. And then we'll get out on this. I I know for a brief period of time are often seen as much as humanly possible in address. What is it Mr. Giuliani bow and the and the feeling of crossdressing that feels so liberating and free for you? Well, you don't young man growing up in New York? I'm sure there was a lot of you know, a lot of imposing of of, you know, stereotypes of masculinity expectations in the Italian household that you had to uphold your into the bargain. Sure. Oh, you'll get smacked around. So I often found that to retreat to my room put on a dress. Whether it was my mother's one that I might have stolen off the racks, not stolen. That's stealing is a relative term. It is not a relative term. Gave me it gave me. Great peace and joy to feel the the the the wind the breeze going up the skirt. Not unlike Marilyn Monroe, and and it calms me it was a calming effect a calming force. And I don't regret it. You can't deny that. It is a comic force. That's maybe the one true thing. He said what you don't know and issues objective. And I think we would all agree if I were to show you is that right now, I'm wearing a Garda belt under these under these slacks. No. That is true. Of course, you well, Mr. Giuliani, take you hope you'll find the truth I represent the NFL whether they Dallas if you're listening right now, I am I the full force of the New York bar association. Well, I was just going to say that. But they've kind of abandoned how association of bars that sounds great. Okay. Right. Old fashioned to that one. All right. All right. So I'm I'm I'm yours for the taking. I can split between you and the president not a problem. Okay. There you you Rudy Giuliani. Thank you for joining. Thanks Chuck there. That's jason. And Randy not Chuck. This is meet the press. I still have this is not meet the press because view from vitiates Jake, Jake tapper. Hey, Jake tapper, I don't know the situation room. Wolf Blitzer Blitzer notching tap. All right. Here's the one thing. I know that it's true Giuliani is that he doesn't tell the truth is that the only truth about that guy. He I quickly vacillate between. He knows what he's doing. And he doesn't know what he's doing. Is that right? You can put a dress on a pig. It's still a still a pig. There you go. All right guys tomorrow night. We're going to be in Huntington beach at the rec room hundred sixty seats with our buddy Hampton yount from mystery science theater three thousand the reboot. He's a robot on the REBA crow t robot will be featuring for us. It's going to be a great show come down see us. Our south Cal friends of cow. Then see us in Portland, February seventh through the ninth at helium gray clubbed ill at sell out. Those shows going to be a blast more dates to calm punch. Waterfall superstars dot com. Check out our tour dates, and we'll see their wanna punch waterfalls hat, which is the dope or shirt. Good. A fluffy crate dot com. Get them through our site is well through merchandise guys. This isn't a th-annual rate lift and the night sweats. Be there we want you to be there. We love you guys. Have a great weekend. We are out.

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"george collin" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

10:39 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Meet them. You would think he's power player in the record industry. First time. I met him. This guy knows you know, Paul Simon. Everybody in the music. But my parents think that it's unbelievable has a very music industry by now. So as a dentist could it be the gold chain and the skull? But I I think I think it helps us businesses a dentist because he looks like you'd be a little loose with the script pad. You know what I mean? I would go to this day. There's a lot of people like I would go to this dentist looks like a music. I think that's why you go. That's exactly why you go. There were trying to get me on vinyl because that would have been such a perfect. Unfortunately, it didn't get picked up a second season. Yeah. They were trying to record executive right from the sixties. Compete. There were trying to get me on to catch a predator. They caught me before the episode. So you got you guys have both been around the comedy world for a long time this story of the past month or so that every every time you get together with comedians. You talk about Kevin Hart. I was at a gym gaffe agains Christmas party went down there. And it wasn't all comedians because it was, you know, friends of his family and everything, but a bunch of comics were all talking about Kevin Hart. Okay. Kevin Hart about the most mainstream guy. You can do. Okay. He's a huge star. He's African American and he's clean, and he gets bumped from the Oscars. I mean, nobody's safe. Crazy. I actually I had the honour of producing Kevin Hart in two thousand ten I did a benefit for Haiti and Kevin was the star. And I got to know him pretty well. Really good, dude. Really really nice guy, you know, oddly like I met him back in the day. He used to come by the Boston comedy club and do spot. So I heard that he would win. Yeah. Sweet nice guy that he is a nice guy. You remember when he was the the the awkward stepchild on tough crowd with Colin Quinn. Him. Like, he was you know, like a rented mule. Grandson. But then he became a megastar. And I mean, mega guys. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. Everybody loves him. And the thing is I don't think most, you know, obviously, most not everybody knows everything. Now, he's about as big as you can be with us as a star back in the old days. Everybody knew George Collin. They knew what he was about the news act. But I don't think the average person who doesn't know his act. They don't realize how I mean, he's he's clean. His most of almost all his family friendly. Yeah. Exactly. And he's one of the few that can fill stadiums years. There were hardly anybody. Could there's a handful of guys that can fill stadiums. And he's one of them. Now, it's your story. So he gets bumped from the noxious because he had problematic tweet problematic. Of course is the word. So he went back on Ellen. Was it today or is it because this is what I'm hearing all the video yesterday. I taped it yesterday. We'll do some excerpts in an near to that. So he did this long interview. With Allen Allen is now the the old cartoons of the Swami on the mountain that you climb up for wisdom. AM saying it's like Ellen is now the sage she's the one you go to to absolve your cultural Sinton's cultural since but. Because we lost Oprah. She's become the Oprah's couch. Right. Where you go there and you bay then. Yeah. You get redemption. But that's not gonna end because I have I have a hunch. She's going to be the twenty twenty DNC nominee because they're so obsessed with dance videos. Yeah. And it's gonna come back to bite them. Because that is her superpower. Yes. She is we all as the dance along. Yeah. Like if you're gonna make that the criteria just hand her the mantle exactly I mean. Yeah. In the old days that was the thing is that politicians that I'll go to dance with Alan. Now. They're just gonna go straight. It's just gonna be Allen. But she she said she came out and essentially endorsed him. And she got of blowback for that. Now. Why did she says I'm holding an interview in my hand from the Hollywood reporter, Ellen Degeneres faces backlash after defending Kevin Hart during interview, I mean, let's be very clear constitutes backlash. Yeah. Eight people with three dollars a piece tweet something weren't even going to watch the Oscars who don't even consume stand up comedy. Like, I think the nation as a whole as a whole like ninety five percent of the nation. Is ignoring Twitter. But I think we need to come to an agreement that as a whole like no one's supposed to be taking anything Twitter does seriously because not to get too far off message. But the people on Twitter policing jokes are not the people consuming it meaning without even opening up. The debate about Louis C K, the people in the crowd laugh at the jokes the people on Twitter wanted band, but why should the people who aren't going? I'm sorry. No, no, no, be be the spur the spokesperson for the people who actually want to consume the content. It's stupid agents that you mentioned get a voice these days. What's happening that they get respected? Everybody's allowed to have an opinion. But this too much hatred. I'm looking at cited in this article Lewis ver- tell I read those tweets happy hula days. Ryan Houlahan is somebody. I guess my favorite part about scandals. Yeah. Yeah. When they have to go read, you the screen name. Yeah. This is I love boobs who says funding, the border wall is not a good idea. Mr President Harry cook, you're right. They don't have. Well, this one Lawrence Laura Dern, Barbara he must have some kind of pull because his his comment got six hundred and fifty two. Tweets. Validate people as you said that have no followers at all. Just because they have an opinion they validate. Yeah. Like, we've kind of. And I think we've covered this before we've incentivized outrage culture a lot of people like that. Topa mean, let's play the Adrian to it. Let's listen to some of the. The interview we're going to get to see onstage with you hosting the Oscars is sophistication class, a hilarity, and and you growing as as a person because most people would say, you know, I'm walking away. I'm not coming back because you know, I'm going to go back and forth. But for you to be the bigger man for you to say, I understand and to not pay attention. There were so many haters out there whatever's going on in the internet don't pay attention to them. That's that's that's a small group of people being very very loud. We're are a huge group of people who love you and wanna song host the Oscars. Noteworthy is probably the only time he'll be referred to as the bigger, man. Kevin. Almost like anti anti shaming him like into like now, he couldn't step away from it. Because. Now, he's got us. Now, he's almost got. If I was still walk away. You would. Your mind. Here's what I didn't like and see if we can hear some of this in the listen to Ellen here for them to stop you from your dream from what you wanted to do. And what you have a right to do what you should be doing. Why they haven't found another host. I think they were secretly hoping that you would come back. And I'm I'm I'm praying. This happens. I'm I'm I. Earlier. I think it's perfect that all this happened because there has to be a conversation about homophobia, and whatever brought up whatever they did. And whoever's trying to hurt you it brought up you reminding people that you're a bigger person that you've already apologized you're apologizing. She kept saying you're apologizing again you came here today, and you apologized again, she kept saying that to me I felt a little bit. Like, I I was I was not happy for Kevin Hart in this situation. Everyone is acting like oh, look she's Keno to me. I she shouldn't have done it. He shouldn't have gone because I don't like this having to go and kneel in front of Allen for cultural acceptance, and I thought I think that's what's an Ellen was flexing her muscle. Here was saying watch me stay call. Yeah. Exactly. I think it's I think there's something gross about it for comedians to have to go get the okay, the stamp of approval from Ellen. Now, totally completely. I saw it. It felt awkward. It felt weird. And it felt like he couldn't do anything. But say yes to that. She put him in that position. The whole thing is so weird that there's a segment of our population that cannot wait to be offended by something. And they sit home looking for things to be offended by and it's tearing the country apart yet is disgusting tearing the country to chew takes on that one is that I don't actually think they're really offended so much. So as they just like this game of rounding up like as digital pound of flesh yet they liked. I don't think there is mad as they are empowered by what they can do to weaponize outrage in the modern era digitally, but I think like as a society back to the Twitter thing who are these people like you have to you have to consume social media in my head as if it's not social media. What I mean by that is consumed their behavior. As if they were behaving that way at a party. These people would be monsters, you wouldn't invite them anywhere. No, one would like them, even if they agreed with them, politically and ideologically you wouldn't want the guy at your party who shows up joke. Turn down the stereo Barry's upset and now we gotta hear Barry out by the fireplace. And he's got a yellow you 'cause you culturally appropriate your jacket and stop it. No one's inviting barrier to a party. That's in these people are why are we taking them? Seriously. Why are they so now coming from someone who let's get a little and philosophy in here because you've written books. Let me read it again. Well, changing healing, your heart by changing your mind, a spiritual and humorous approach to achieving happiness. You are actually walking dangerous line. When you when you mix. The when you mix do h philosophy with humor because so many people act as if the new agey people have no sense of humor, but they can can't they somehow want. Why have they why do they have a reputation? Why does the yoga crowd the half, the the, you know, the the happiness crowd, the the healing crowd. They all seem like a bunch of humorless people you're trying to combine those two things. Right. Well, my concept is about changing the way you think, you know, and all of us the reason it says, he'll your heart has nothing to do with a heart attack. It's because we're all carrying what I call heart wounds from the time where kids it's starting to sound not funny though here, but I'm just telling you. Well, I'm telling you from my listeners when people hear wounds, they all come on a serious part of this. And there's a spiritual which has nothing to do with religion. By the way, absolute religion. No religion can be wonderful for people can be wonderful for people. But it tends to divide us into a category and other people are automatically outside of that category. I like things that are inclusive that bring people together spirituality oil. It asks is that you believe in a force greater than yourself that is controlling your life. If you think you control your life. That's what causes mental illness because every time something goes wrong, people tend to blame themselves, and they think I should have done this..

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"george collin" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Gimme a saw that drives you crazy. Every time you hear it. Anything that gets airplay? That's a whole other topic. The baby shark. I never heard that. I was seeing it in the hospital. He rejects blog at nj one five dot com. Win son Atticus got the tonsils taken out. I've never heard the baby shark song. And they'll call me up and sing it for me. But give me a song that you just can't stand made. This very simple is obviously in New Jersey. We love everything we love everything we here in New Jersey, come on get John. If you call right now. A song that when you hear it? And you could give me the reason visit have special. Meaning is there a reason why when this song comes on the story behind the song? Did just drives you crazy. Flashdance? Gary says. Anything to get that when red red wine Santa problem with red red wine. Neil diamond that wrote that and then you before he got it for one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five simple saw, the drives you nuts. And like why would he dry? You drive. You nuts. Says why like this guy in New Jersey will play in his music driving the cop crazy? Driving around. And there's a certain song that would have been so much funny. That would have been so much money. And then go get the song. Maybe have the band play a concert in south jersey over it. But there are those songs that the more you hear them the more crazy they make you TJ's in Monroe in New Jersey one zero point five, what are you guys from you TJ? George Collin come on. Or something comma, comma, comma, comma, comma chameleon. Oh, yeah. That's it. And you know, what there's somebody on social media that every day is putting out like three or four from Boy, George, and I I don't get it. I think there's a lot of talented artists out there. Really? Oh, yeah. Yeah. In somebody's spent like every day. Boy, George's in like, Lithuania, or whatever I really couldn't care less. I think they got back together. I think they got back together and like they were torn for a little while. But I mean, they're a little too old to be. Yeah..

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"george collin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:55 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This is it this is it. Love listening to your show. It makes me feel so informed. That's what I'm talking about. What's going on in the news? Dana is freedom is bare bone straight note chaser. Limited government take care of yourself, dad. Everybody else's life. The government stays out of your life. Enjoy the fruits of your labor, squirrel up. You've got to deal with it. That's for you to take the big news of the day, seriously, but not much else. Here's your participation trophy. Danish. Oh, I would say she's daring. I she's out there making her case not taking it for granted. But I think Sandra in these late innings of the Trump first term that she is the most skillful leader that we have these candidates all ran on healthcare architect of the Affordable Care Act. And if we're going to have any chance at all at protecting. What has been lost? We need her on the mound. Why they called it the Affordable Care Act because you only got like a couple of things the only got like a couple of services. That's it. That's that's why it was affordable. Because you not everything's covered. Oh, that's awkward. Welcome back to the show. Second our idea lash on Twitter officials Dana lash on Facebook. So. Yeah. That's that's the problem. I wish that Republicans could refine their messaging against. The Santa messaging, right where everything is free free, college and free this. It's not really free your it's going to be mediocre healthcare. And it's it's not healthcare insurance isn't healthcare. No. I was also looking at this story coming out from CNS. About how the federal government collected record taxes in October. And they still run one hundred billion dollar deficit. Remember how we've always been told. Oh, well, if you if you cut people's taxes. What's going to happen is federal revenue is going to plummet? How many times have you heard that particularly from people on the laugh, I'm really only from people on the left daily, right? And I had a conversation with my oldest son who has an economics class in school. In his high school about this. And he had asked me he said, I don't believe it. He goes. But I wonder I want to understand the mechanics of this argument where he was saying, well, isn't it if you give tax cuts to the rich that it hurts the poor? So we had this fascinating conversation about this. And I'm so glad that he asked because I it's an opportunity to teach about math and reality, and I noticed this. And this also came up as well. Because he said, well, I've heard the argument it's been made them class that if you when you cut taxes that the revenue to the government falls, and I said, well, this has literally completely disproved by the Laffer curve, art Laffer who isn't economist work under Reagan. It's completely disproved not only the under Reagan, but it's completely disproved under Kennedy because you know, he was the last really sensible democrat in the White House, and when he cut taxes federal revenue to the government skyrocketed, and you know, what that's not an anomaly. That's how the echo that's how the economy works. So October two thousand eighteen. After taxes were cut by this administration, the revenue and this is what the media really didn't emphasize on the revenue the federal revenue hit two point five three billion. An all time record high. So when you I because they see these headlines they record taxes. They collect record records. They collect record revenue because of decreased taxation. And I was explaining to my son. I'm like look when when you allow people to keep more of their own money. Every time they will steward their own money better than the government will. Knowing that. But when you have more tax payers because you're providing more jobs, you're going to have more taxes coming into the that's just how it is. You you just create four million jobs. Those are four million taxpayers. You have to understand that's taxes into the government. Right. And I gave him the example, for instance, of Keltec and just because I George Calderon who owns that company was so excited when tax reform pass. And what was the first thing that George Collin did well, he gave all of his employees an extra week of paid vacation. They all got raises he expanded the company, and they're creating three new firearms. And they're hiring a bunch more people. And as you know Kane as you just said those new people that are being hired. Those are new tax payers are people who are going to be adding to the tax base. Those are people who are going to have capital with which to engage in commerce, which then again creates more tax revenue not just for the federal government either. But for their state and local. Ladies, and that's how this works. And he really he really understood that. And so this idea that the government because the government doesn't isn't it doesn't create jobs when the government takes that capital. People aren't able to create more tax payers with that capital. It's the private sector that creates more tax payers, not the government. And whenever you hear people say, oh my gosh. You know, they get these corporate tax breaks. Who do you think creates more tax payers the businesses? They create more tax payers by expanding and creating more jobs. The government doesn't create more jobs in the private sector. The private sector. That's the engine of the economy, not the government some of these people. I just don't I don't know how they've lasted this long in politics because they clearly just do not understand. They just don't get it. They just they don't get it. But I, you know, it's. So it's so silly. But that's the real. I mean, that's the real math of it. All nervous fine. Right. But I love that my summers. Asking me all these like, very serious questions, and he's very interested in all of this. He's listening. He's considering criminal Justice. I'm like, ooh. Gosh. Please. From the first to God's ears. Let that happen. So switching it up. A little bit Twitter apparently has developed a new. Kind of rule where it concerns language, and I was. Well, it was re tweeted in my time line some I think she's on the left at some feminist from British Columbia. But and I've seen this happen with other individuals one of my friends who goes by the name of gay patriot. He's a gay conservative got in trouble because he called Bradley Manning a man. And he said that he wasn't a woman even if he is identified as a woman, he scientifically genetically not a woman and he had his account permanently terminated for that. And so this minist- had her tweets reported because in all she said, she was in a conversation where she says woman aren't women though, and she asked well, how are trans women. Not men. What is the difference between a man and a trans woman and her comments were reported and Twitter sent her a note saying, quote, you may not promote violence against threaten or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity. Religious affiliation age disability or serious disease. The left believes that a challenge to their opinion, intellectually academically et cetera is persecution. This is why I hate when people say so and so attacked so and so who is it Voltaire who said let me never commit the vulgarity of mistaking disagreement with persecution. Because that's exactly what this is. They're they're trying to equate simple disagreement with persecution. So that they can claim protected status means you can't disagree. Well, that's ridiculous, isn't it? And and if you're banning people who who who say that look men are not winning. I mean, it is science, but particularly going after women who are objecting to men who are trying to appropriate their sex is that not inherently sexist. Do. I mean, this is literally an episode of black mirror. I mean, we just what it feels like. So all of these, you know, Twitter is essentially, I don't know if it's just because they're of these transgender activists that target people which they do they targeted gay patriot. They were super mad, and then they targeted another friend of mine who is a conservative woman who is a lesbian, and she quite she thinks it's absolutely the height of sexism for men to try to appropriate the female gender, and they targeted her. Like what in the world? Hold up. Hold up. And I've noticed that there's this huge disagreement negate community as well that do not want the transgender activists to try to as one friend told me piggyback on their advocacy. So it's just like a big fight. Everybody's kung FU fighting. But if you're trying to suppress like real and genuine conversation. How are you? Not encouraging just blatant stupidity. I mean, that's what it is. Right. You're just doing courage people to be stupid. You're you're you're she has to genuine question. How are men and trans women different? What makes them different? And that was reported instead of rising to the challenge and intellectually defending your position they just wanted to silence. Her. This is what the left does this is fascism. It's a ten and a fascist to try to suppress and control speech. Well, they called it an attack like you talked about that's the only way that they were able to continue what their statement they had to frame it first as some sort of illegal activity by attacking a quote unquote protected class. It's really silly. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Oh my goodness. I people are just so you have people like Joe Kennedy line and saying oh my gosh. Can you believe that? That they want to actually uphold due process and have an attorney questioned the representation of an accuser. Can you believe that? And then make it out to be like the rapist actually gets to cross examine the accuser what are the world? So they lie about that. And then they try to shut down actual people who are having genuine conversations. And if it's a trial in my in my right by saying that neither there is neither victim nor a rapist yet because still a trial. There's ways accuser accuser and all this other stuff. So it's wrong on every count. Yeah. I I really I think that there's a difference between progressives and liberals there on the left you have liberals and progressives just like on the right? You have Republicans and conservatives, right? They're they're they're different. They're not usually the same. Sometimes their interests coincide progressivism is a danger to genuine intellectualism progressivism is a danger to. Genuine actual intellectual expression academic exploration, open conversation and real legitimate growth in the understanding of different ideas that we all discuss it is an absolute threat because it seeks to shut down anything that challenges it anything with which it disagrees. It does not want to coexist. And it really. Encourages and nurtures hatred towards things that are different. In many instances, progressivism is the very backwoods closed minded belief system that it claims to mock. We got more on this. We got a lot still underway. Eight four four three or four Dana is the number to join the program will work some of the UN later on. And also I have a couple of other things, but we'll get we'll get to all of that. A lot of stuff today. Ziprecruiter will help you if because we were just talking about jobs and the economy and cetera. It can help you with your hiring. Because you know, when it comes to hiring their job sites that send you tons of the wrong resumes to sort through. That's not smart, and it's not smart to use your relatives to fill in at work while.

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"george collin" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

12:23 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"There making her case not taking it for granted. But I think Sandra that NBC's late innings of the Trump first term that she is the most skillful leader that we have these candidates all ran on healthcare. She was the architect of the Affordable Care Act. And if we're going to have any chance at all at protecting. What has been lost? We need her on the mound. Do you know why they called it the Affordable Care Act because you only got like a couple of things the only got like a couple of services that's at at. That's why it was affordable because you not everything's covered. Oh, that's awkward. Welcome back to the second hour idea. Lash on Twitter official Dana lash on Facebook. So. Yeah. That's that's the problem. I wish that. Republicans could refine their messaging against the Santa messaging, right where everything is free free, college and free this. It's not really free. You're going to be mediocre healthcare. And it's it's not healthcare insurance isn't healthcare. Eight. Now, I was also looking at this story coming out from CNS. How about how the federal government collected record taxes in October. And they still run a hundred billion dollar deficit. Remember how we've always been told. Oh, well, if you if you cut people's taxes. What's going to happen is federal revenue is going to plummet? How many times have you heard that particularly from people on the laugh, I'm really only from people on the left daily, right? And I had a conversation with my oldest son who has economics class in school. And his high school about this. And he had asked me he said, I don't believe it. He goes. But I wonder I want to understand the mechanics of this argument where he was saying, we'll, isn't it? If you give tax cuts to the rich that it hurts the poor. So we had this fascinating conversation about this. And I'm so glad that he asked because I it's an opportunity to teach about math and reality, and I noticed this. And this also came up as well. Because he said, well, I've heard the argument it's been made him class that if you when you cut taxes that the revenue to the government falls, and I said, well, this has literally completely disproved by the Laffer curve, art Laffer who isn't economists work under Reagan. It's completely disproved not only the under Reagan, but it's completely disproved under Kennedy because you know, he was the last really sensible democrat in the White House, and when he cut taxes federal revenue to the government skyrocketed, and you know, what that's not an anomaly. That's how the that's how the economy works. So so October two thousand eighteen. After taxes were cut by this administration, the revenue and this is what the media really didn't emphasize on the revenue the federal revenue hit two point five three billion. An all time record high. So when you see these headlines record taxes? They collect records they collect record revenue because of decreased taxation. And I was explaining this to my son. I'm like look when when you allow people to keep more of their own money. Every time they will Stewart their own money better than the government will. But when you have more tax payers because you're providing more jobs, you're gonna have more taxes coming into the government. That's just how it is. You you just create four million jobs. Those are four million taxpayers. You have to understand that's taxes into the government. Right. And I gave him the example, for instance, of Keltec and just because I George Calderon who owns that company was so excited when tax reform pass. And what was the first thing that George Collin? Did he gave all of his employees an extra week of paid vacation? They all got raises he expanded the company, and they're creating three new firearms. And they're hiring a bunch more people. And as you know Kane as you just said those new people that are being hired. Those are new tax payers are people who are going to be adding to the tax base desert people who are going to have capital with which to engage in commerce, which then again creates more tax revenue not just for the federal government either. But for their state and locale. Ladies, and that's how this works. And he really he really understood that. And so this idea that the government because the government doesn't isn't it doesn't create jobs when the government takes that capital. People aren't able to create more tax payers with that capital. It's the private sector that creates more tax payers, not the government. And whenever you hear people say, oh my gosh. You know, they get these corporate tax breaks. Who do you think creates more tax payers the businesses? They create more tax payers by expanding and creating more jobs. The government doesn't create more jobs in the private sector. The private sector. That's the engine of the economy, not the government some of these people. I just don't I don't know how they've lasted this long politics because they clearly just do not understand. They just don't get it. They just they don't get it. But I, you know, it's. It's so it's so silly. But that's the real. I mean, that's the real math of it. All math is fine. Right. But I love that my summers. Asking me all these like, very serious questions, and he's very interested in all of this. He's in listening. He's considering criminal Justice. I'm like, ooh. Gosh. Please. From the to God's ears. Let that happen. So switching it up. A little bit Twitter apparently has developed a new. Kind of rule where it concerns language, and I was. Well, it was re tweeted in my time line. I think she's on the left at some feminist from British Columbia. But and I've seen this happened with other individuals one of my friends who goes by the name of gay patriot. As a gay conservative got in trouble because he called Bradley Manning a man. And he said that he wasn't a woman even if he is identifies as a woman, he scientifically genetically not a woman and he had his account permanently terminated for that. And so this feminist had her tweets reported because in all she said, she was in a conversation where she says one then aren't women though, and she asked well, how are trans women. Not men. What is the difference between a man and a trans woman and her comments were reported and Twitter sent her a note saying, quote, you may not promote violence against threaten or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity. Religious affiliation age disability or serious disease. The left believes that a challenge to their opinion. Intellectually academically cetera is persecution. This is why I hate when people say so and so attacked so and so who is it Voltaire who said let me never commit the vulgarity of mistaking disagreement with persecution. Because that's exactly what the says. They're trying to equate simple disagreement with persecution. So that they can claim protected status means you can't disagree. Well, that's ridiculous. Isn't it an an and if you're banning people who who who say that look men are not women? I mean, it is science, but particularly going after women who are objecting to men who are trying to appropriate their sex is that not inherently sexist. Do. I mean, this is literally an episode of black mirror. I mean, we this. What it feels like? So all of these in a Twitter is essentially, I don't know if it's just because they're of these transgender activists that target people which they do they targeted gay patriot. They were super mad, and then they targeted another friend of mine who is a conservative woman who is a lesbian, and she quite she thinks it's absolutely the height of sexism for men to try to appropriate the female gender, and they targeted her. What in the world hold up? Hold up. And I've noticed that there's this huge disagreement negate community as well that do not want the transgender activists to try to as one friend told me piggyback on their advocacy. So it's just like a big fight. Everybody's kung FU fighting. But if you're trying to suppress like real and genuine conversation. How are you? Not encouraging just blatant stupidity. And that's what it is. Right. You're just doing occurring to be stupid. You're you're you're she asked a genuine question. How are men and trans women different? What makes them different? And that was reported instead of rising to the challenge and intellectually defending your position they just wanted to silence. Her. This is what the left does this fascism. It's a ten and a fascism try to suppress and control speech. Will they call that an attack like you talked about that's the only way that they were able to continue with their statement. They had to frame it first as some sort of illegal activity by attacking a quote unquote protected class. It's really silly. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Oh my goodness. I people are just see you have people like Joe Kennedy line and saying oh my gosh. Can you believe that that they wanna actually uphold due process and have an attorney questioned the representation of an accuser, can you believe that? And then make it out to be like the rapist actually gets to cross examine the accuser what are the world? So they lie about that. And then they try to shut down actual people who are having genuine conversations. And if it's a trial my right by saying that neither there is neither victim nor a rapist yet because he's still a trial as accuser chooser and personal is all this other stuff. So it's it's wrong on every count. Yeah. I I really I think that there's a difference between progressives and liberals there are on the left of liberals and progressives just like on the right? You have Republicans and conservatives, right? They're they're they're different. They're not usually the same. Sometimes their interests coincide progressivism is a danger to genuine. Intellectualism progressivism is a danger to. Genuine actual intellectual expression academic exploration, open conversation and real legitimate growth in the understanding of different ideas that we all discuss it is an absolute threat because it seeks to shut down anything that challenges it anything with which it disagrees. It does not want to coexist. And it really. Encourages and nurtures hatred towards things that are different in many instances, progressivism is very backwoods closed minded belief system that it claims to mock. We got more on this. We got a lot still underway. Eight four four three or four four Dana is the number to join the program will work some of the UN later on. And also I have a couple of other things, but we'll get we'll get to all of that. A lot of stuff today. Ziprecruiter will help you if we were just talking about jobs and the economy, etc. It can help you with your hiring. Because you know, when it comes to hiring their job sites that send you tons of the wrong resumes to sort through. That's not smart, and it's not smart to use your relatives to fill in at work while.

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"george collin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:21 min | 3 years ago

"george collin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston. Yeah. It's great. It's it's it's always great back home. Nothing. Warm weather in Florida because I have friends in Florida tonight. They're going to a beach. Would you imagine at a beach on New Year's Eve? Are very common. That's exactly what we did last last year. Yeah. The morning that we left. It was eighty four last Friday was eighty four degrees when we left and just absolutely prom. Said three tonight, and they are going to a beach event. And I'm like, wow. That's right. Niyazi, darlene. I'm gonna ask you since you're going to the movies a lot. It was the best movie. If you were if you can think of it that you say twenty eight I just saw bohemian rhapsody not long ago, and that was fantastic. The movie bell Queen. I have to say that. I just saw the Mary Poppins, and I kinda missed having Listrik and stolen foolish sugar in that movie. Totally revised Poppins. That's totally different. I I do get your reviews on occasion. So I was just put Mary reviews on Facebook. Well, listen, wonderful do eight let me ask. My sister question here, we have these questions from a book called if questions for the game of life. And let me ask you one. That's kind of fun here. If you had to pick three famous funny people who would they be the funniest people famous though. Mel Brooks Mel Brooks. Good one. I think he's very funny always like George Collin. Excellent excellent choice. And I also thought. Very funny. That's good. Yeah. Good choices two of the pleasure of meeting. Comedy. I always think laughter is the best medicine in life. Just enjoy and be happy and healthy dollywood far in two thousand nineteen. Indeed and say Hello to mom and dad and. I will see you next year. Join right. Very soon next year. Okay. Well, and it's great talking to you and get my bet to the wife when you back from the trip. I will thank you so much happy new year. Happy new year to you by the first time I've ever heard my sister on the radio great. Yeah. Oh, she's. Great anyway, lots of energy, lots of smile. Absolutely. Speaking of smiles, here's Glenn in Brighton. Happy new year almost Glenn happy new year to you. And Mark Mercer. Does Mark Mercer three weeks? I will be the Sixty-six-year-old freelance point atheist, piano. Tuner? He does. Now, I do now. Yeah. Way back. That's great. We go back to early eighty when he was little BUSTER. That's a long time ago in a in a radio station. Galaxy far far away believe in little little building you now. So Glenn, it's lovely to hear from you. And. Happy new year, I met her house right now. So what are you just the two of you partying it up tonight later on we'll have chicken and rice and vodka and tonic and. That's a perfect communist. It's not necessarily that order all the right? This is why but green for a punk rock band me on bass, Mike this career on guitar and Bill Winokur on drummed. What's the name of the group government shutdown government shutdown? There you go propo- put effort into that. Very well. And by the way, may I say, Glenn that this is I don't know how many calls I've taken from you over the years hundreds. And I believe this is the seven hundred and fifty seventh time you've begun the call by saying, well, this this isn't the reason I called Bob Reilly told me he was gonna write a book called the the reason I called anyway, what else is on your mind Glen. Well, my crushes Stephanie Courtney the woman that pretty slow from progressive. Elbow, wrist, elbow, wrist. He should be happy when I walk by. And then she makes squeaky noises. Yes. Yes. That wasn't a question. But I'm going to throw that question out for the rest of the night favourite, crushes okay on also you doing my favorite thing, by the way. He know my second favorite thing is number two game. But the wife. Questions the game of life. That's my favorite thing. You've ever done. I'm with Tony from Ohio. Don't ask me a pet question because I don't want to deal with the mess. All right. Let me ask Glenn. The question of who. Would he have was lunch? Or do or dinner what famous person living or or gone? Would you most like to have a dinner with Vishnu, John McLaughlin? Tell everybody who that is my favorite jazz guitarist nineteen sixty-nine guitarist, right? And. Well, you gave me tickets to see him too. Dinka was at the orpheum beckon when I met Piskorowski was it. Two thousand fifteen thirteen it was he had a bam code now here this now the bean was called the fourth dimension. But his new album was called now hear this H E R E. Right. So that's the guy. That's the one you'd want to be with. Yeah. What was his name the guy the guy that wrote the book about the greatest band? He wrote a book about the Ma Vishnu works June. You made me a CD the interview. I've done a lot for you. You know? And I really he gave me a DVD player. I really like you Glenn. It's been a long wonderful relationship up to my apartment which cross between radio shack and guitar center. Yes. Yes. Jury during merchandise realignment in other words, it's a it's a cluttered place organised. Yes, it is. I'm a hoarder now. Glenn, I'm not asking you of every caller. But I figured you're having a birthday soon any resolutions to change anything in your life in the coming year. My resolution is to not make any one I can keep that one every year. That's a good way to say, I'm not gonna make any resolutions. There you go. I know I'm supposed to make resolutions I gave up smoking cigarettes and so on sugar, but I just know Glenn will never give up any of those nor will you stop eating hot dogs or drinking gin and vodka on our Qatada. Tonic. All right. Well, Glen, you're always a treat, my friend. I told me this morning this Russian Bank to is. She was mad at me because I put too much of my cough finish Babs. Yeah. I said I smoked cigarettes, and I voted for Donald Trump. So leave me alone. All right on that note. We've got to run a lot. I'm sorry. That's knows fine. You were very entertaining. Thank you. That's my purpose in life. There you go. Why you throw at me co two nights in a row and weakened. Good obeyed. Don't tell anybody that. I broke the rules for twenty two years straight. All right, happy new year. Glenn? Love you. All right, happy new year as well. Take care. Happy new year. These you just what you're missing when you're in Florida. You can hear us in Florida. I know I know this is great. You can hear WBZ when I was doing the late show for twenty plus years. I mean, I would actually look forward to Glenn because first of all he would save me at four o'clock in the morning. Yeah. Because it was kinda slow on occasion with call semi pull you up and never a dull moment with that. Man. Never a dull moment so six one seven two five four ten thirty happy early new year to everyone we go to Al in west Roxbury next on nightside Dana's off Jordan here along with my friend, Mark. How are you L O? Good, jordan. How we oh. Just fine. Thanks, welcome. And happy new year. New year listening to be a porch show said Jerry Williams and no way back in the seventies. And. The voice from shell Thursday. Well, you must have gotten the check I sent to your west Roxbury address. Thank you L. Thank you. Very pack. I was getting a little bit of a different category. Well, the first one was how anyone would be seasonal this. Tell us more. Why? Well, my daughter she's in parts of Latin. And in huge into Roman history. We have kind of a club that we call Rome in review. Every week or we have time we study and read about the Roman empire, and you know. So everything that Caesar Augustus. And when you would be really amazing because I think he was forty years. Well, our wives are going to be in Rome little later on. A couple of weeks. I think yeah. That's interesting choice. Really? Yeah. It really is. And the question that you could ask people I think if you place yourself at wondering events in history. Be there experiencing where would it be? That's all within our lifetime. So that would be interesting. Would you take a bar soap with you? Yeah. I think so. Apparent reading. I don't think people. Oh. Van den historic. That will be. And you just can't replicate that, you know, you know, I think that's a great place to sort of focus on if the let me ask Mark the question. I'll take the question where would wanna be in terms of historical events. I would wanna be standing next to Neil Armstrong when he stepped off the lunar module. You know, that is if you believe we went to the mall. Mark. Luna. Do you think about that? These are tough questions to just jumping in full full force. Well, listen, l thank you so much and next time. I have a Caesar salad. I'm thinking of you. There you go. Okay. That sounds great. Happy new year. You too. Thank you. Well, we'll take a break. We'll come right back. You're listening to nightside. Dan is he'll be back tomorrow. We're having a blast as we countdown to twenty nineteen.

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