35 Burst results for "George I"
Wiggins scores season-best 31 points, Warriors beat Clippers
"Kawhi Leonard and Paul George were absent due to injuries and without them the warrior steamrolled the clippers beating LA one 24 one O 7. Andrew Wiggins made 6 threes and led Golden State with 31 points. Every game is going to be different. Steph's going to be stuff. Always. But tonight, the ball was moving to find a lot of people. And made some shots. Stefan curry added 22 points and Klay Thompson scored 15 of his 18 points in the first quarter. The clippers only scored 18 points in the second quarter and trailed by 29 points in the final period. In the loss, Marcus Moore senior with 19 points. Ryan leong, San Francisco
The Left Wants to 'Columbus Day' Thanksgiving
"In today's Los Angeles Times about how Thanksgiving should go the way of Columbus day. It should be noted it should be noted that you can not have the Thanksgiving. Without the LA times. Yeah, no, that's correct. It's not just Thanksgiving. Remember what The New York Times did LastPass over. It was, for every religious holiday, The New York Times, the LA times, I don't know about The Washington Post, but I would presume it would be similar. We'll write an article debunking the validity of that holiday. People who have nothing hate those who have something. And I don't mean, in terms of material possessions. They have nothing. They don't have religion. They don't have love of country. They have nothing, and they hate those who have something. I wrote about this many years ago in explaining George Soros. George Soros has no religious or national identity, and he hates those who do have a religious or national identity. The left is their identity is the identity of biology. And I don't even mean male female because they don't even have that. It is the identity of blood. That is the only identity the left has. The identity of race.
Suns hold on to win 115-105, Lakers' Beverley ejected
"Devin Booker and Mikhail bridges each scored 25 points to lead the suns to a one 15 one O 5 victory over the Lakers. Dwayne Washington added 15 points off the bench to shut down a late LA rally and give the suns their 5th consecutive regular season victory over the Lakers. Putting in the work, you know, and believing in yourself and when you put in a lot of work, you know, that's where confidence comes from. So, you know, I have confidence in myself, team has confidence in me, players got confidence in me. So just keep getting better. Anthony Davis led all scorers with 37 Patrick Beverly ejected late in the game for shoving sun center, Deandre ayton. George Tanner, Phoenix
The Link Between the DNC and FTX With Natalie Winters
"Published numerous articles on this topic on the FDX scandal. Your expertise in the past for us has been on COVID. What's going on in China? We're going to discuss all that and more. Please follow this lady right now. Natalie winters on Twitter. So let's begin at the beginning. I'm a complete neophyte, I'm a skeptic Bitcoin is all a big con, although I do like, you know, a financial system or a carrier of worth. It is independent of the fed and other government influences. But give us the basics. Let's start at the beginning. Who is Caroline Ellison? And who is this Sam bankman of freed? What do we need to know about FTX? Because they had their own currency, but this is also a kind of aggregator of other Bitcoin investments. But you give us the one O one, please. Sure. I too am a luddite in the sense that I think cryptocurrency is a scam and it always has been in this whole FTX incident is just the latest example of that, but there's really interesting political ramifications really worldwide that you can sort of tease out from the unraveling of FTX. So I think most people know Sam bankman freed. I think that interview you just played of Caroline Allison is probably a close runner up to some of the more awkward interviews that SBS has given. But Sam bankman freed really became one of the leading donors to the Democratic Party during the 2020 campaign. Of course, in the midterms. And other second biggest off the George Soros, correct? $40 million. But also other, I know you know that I talk a lot about COVID and the Chinese Communist Party. They're also links with FTX there as well. But sandbank has also been sort of bankrolling using his billions of dollars to fund different advocacy groups that aren't even necessarily political expenditures in a campaign sense, but his brother. Lots of conservative ones I'm sure like Second Amendment pro life organizations. Right, Natalie. Oh, of course. Yeah, no, not quite. One of my favorite ones, because again, as Steve always says on board, there are no conspiracies only coincidences. But Sam bankman freed's brother was actually appointed to run a group called guarding against pandemics where they deployed hundreds of thousands of dollars to run ads to help Joe Biden pass pandemic legislation, but before I get into the weeds on that, all of that to say that SPF is a major power player within the kind of ecosystem of democratic campaign financing, but it's more than just that $40 million sum that was deployed in the most recent midterm election.
MSNBC Blames Conservatives for Colorado Nightclub Shooting
"The folks over at MSD and see they have finally figured out who to blame for this shooting at the gay club in Colorado Springs, cut 6, please. The theory is if you're fearful enough, you're not going to push back. But what we need to see happening is the exact opposite. We need to see accountability and consequences. So first, a real quick hate crime charge here on top of the homicide charges, I applaud that. That tells me, prosecutors and police, they found quickly what they needed. That means they know this was a bias crime. This is likely, and since we've heard reports that the subject isn't cooperating with police, that means they likely found clear and convincing evidence on his devices. If he's a consumer of the people we just rattled off from Lauren boebert to Tucker Carlson, let's get it out. Let's get it out at trial. Let's expose it for what it is. Name it and shame it. He's a consumer of these people and those people should pay civil consequences from the victims. Yeah, that's a heavy dose of grade 8 crap. Ladies and gentlemen, what we do know about this attacker is that he is 22 years old. He's a Mormon. I don't know if he likes to get Marie. I don't know. Just because you're Mormon, doesn't make come on, grace, just because you're a Mormon doesn't mean you like Donnie and Murray. Or the handsome. So the guy was a Mormon. So it's not like he's some sort of Southern Baptist. Or I don't know, Presbyterian. Why am I not picking on your denomination grace? Just step away from the microphone. You're just making up for the weeks loss. I am, I am here. But the whole point of this is that there's no proof that this guy we still even know if it is in fact a hate crime. But here's what here's what we do know that they have a George Soros district attorney in Colorado Springs, and this Yahoo let this guy walk when he threatened to blow up his mother.
Lawyer Sentenced to 15 Months for Fireboming NYPD Car
"I think most of you are familiar with the very famous Asian Indian prostitute, Uruguay, actually no, she's not a prostitute. She's a lawyer. I don't know if that's. I don't know if it's a big difference. Uru drama is a public interest lawyer in New York. And if it seems like I'm defaming our well, it's very well deserved. Why? Because this is the woman, the activist who firebombed a police cruiser during the 2020 George Floyd riots. She's one of these so called social justice warriors. And she was arrested and she was facing ten years in prison, which seems appropriate if you try to fire bomb a police vehicle. But the Biden administration decided to start protecting her. And pushing a judge and this is U.S. district judge Brian kogan of the eastern district of New York liberal Democrat to give this woman a very light sentence and in fact he did. So here's what she gets 15 months in prison. Wow. This is outrageous. You got January 6th defendants nonviolent who've done nothing who have comparable or worse sentences in this, not to mention this woman was never in solitary confinement, in fact, left wing activists came forward and put up money for her to be bailed. So she was given the opportunity to have bail. Why? Because she was not deemed to be a danger to society in the way that, let's say, just say some mom or grandmother or some guy in January 6th, there's a danger to society. We got to lock him up right now and keep him locked up until trial. Why? Because he's an election denier. Now, this woman Uruguay drama and her accomplice a guy named Colin Ford Mathis. These are people who they've been getting these glowing media profiles. And now they evidently have this kind of sweetheart deal with the Biden DoJ and with a judge going along. So, I mean, justice is really about proportionality, the it's not just so you get punished, but the punishment should bear some resemblance, some proportion to the offense.
Indonesian rescuers search through rubble of quake; 268 dead
"Bodies continue to be pulled from the earthquake debris in the hardest hit city of saint George, located in the country's most densely populated province of west Java and some 135 miles south of the capital Jakarta. A survivor was tending to his cows in the hills around his home when the quake struck after getting a call from his daughter, he hopped on his motorbike and raised home arriving to see his neighborhood flattened. Angel says I heard them other villages crying, streaming historically, looking for his mother, looking for his father, looking for his brother. I have lost relatives, and my House is also destroyed. Rescue teams carry the body of angel nephew after being retrieved under the rubble. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
Indonesian authorities say earthquake death toll rises to 252 as more bodies discovered beneath rubble
"Officials say the death toll from the earthquake that shook the Indonesian island of Java has leaped the 268 as more bodies have been found beneath collapsed buildings and over 150 people are still missing The quake sent terrified residents fleeing into the streets some covered in blood and debris and calls buildings around the rural area to collapse one woman has told The Associated Press that when at the quake hit her home in saint George started shaking like it was dancing blocked roads and damaged bridges had prevented rescuers from bringing excavators and other heavy equipment to some of the rural areas to help dig out survivors many of the dead a public school students who had finished their classes for the day and were taking extra lessons at Islamic schools when the buildings collapse I'm Charles De Ledesma
Garoppolo throws for 4 TDs, 49ers top Cards in Mexico City
"Jimmy Garoppolo threw a season high four touchdown passes to lead the forty-niners to a 38 ten win over the Cardinals Branded a youth caught two of those passes George kittle grabbed two others as the niners picked up their third straight win to improve to 6 and four Says it was a good all around team effort I thought guys were making plays all night though Just everyone was stepping up when the number was called guys stepped up and made plays the online gave me a ton of time which always makes things easier and it was a good night The Cardinals fall to four and 7 back up quarterback McCoy at the helm again for the second consecutive week in place of the injured Kyler Murray I'm George Tanner
Kelly Tshibaka: Still Waiting to Find Out Alaska Senator
"What the hell's going on up there We are still waiting to determine the final outcome of the election as you know the actual election was on November 8th I think we have the least amount of votes to count in the 50 states and we will take the longest to count them And a large part of that is because they implemented this ranked choice system that George Soros funded organizations are trying to push throughout the United States There are only two states that have it statewide at this point That's main and Alaska and we know what those two U.S. senators have in common And we're dealing with it for the first time up here in Alaska One of the things that we saw as an effect is one of the lowest voter turnouts that we've seen in decades And unfortunately I think that that has had a real big impact on the results So for ten days or so I was leading substantially over Murkowski and then just here recently it is flipped She has a .7% lead over me the election is not done yet They still have to run the ranked choice algorithm where the fourth and the third place candidates will drop off and depending on who they ranked as their second place in third place preferences That's ultimately going to determine who wins this race So we're still in this fight This could go to a potential recount This could go to people filing lawsuits So I'm asking your listeners for help Please help us at Kelly for AK dot com I don't know what twists and turns will come next but I will need help So Kelly for AK dot com we've also had to pay for staff costs this whole time for doing the ballot observations for weeks now and that's been pretty pricey as well So if you can help I'd appreciate it Kelly for a K dot com
The Rude Pundit Weighs in on Trumps Twitter Return
"Good morning. Hi. I think you summed it up best. You said, let's face it. Anyone who supports Donald Trump doing anything is just a human being. Thank you. Oh, yeah. That's in response to, you know, weird Elon letting him back on Twitter. And if people are going, I support this. No, no, don't support it for anything. Unless it's like for sitting in a prison cell and facing the walls for the rest of his life. And I support. Yeah. So far, that's a big bag of rats, right? So Elon did some fake poll. It's like, oh, the people have spoken. He's back on and Trump's like, I'm not going back and I had my Jude social. You can't legally. Big bag of rats. Yeah. So for now. Early on that, before we let anybody on, we're going to have to look at it. We're going to have to, you know, they were going to have a group, get together and talk about it. No, no, he just let the bots decide. Yeah, no, exactly. AOC said, I don't know, man. Last time he was here this platform was used to incite an insurrection multiple people died. The vice president of the United States was nearly assassinated and hundreds were injured, but I guess that's not enough for you to answer the question. Twitter poll it is. I mean, you know, and the Kanye's back on and he just tweeted shalom with a smiley face. So that means ignore the antisemitism. Right. Yes, and apparently he's decorated his house for a Hanukkah. So speaking for the Jews, I just like to say do you speak for the Jews? You know what? Whenever I feel like it, you know, I'm kind of dewy. I'm up. For everybody else. I think that should be my mom was Jewish. I was raised Jewish. I officially should be your tagline, the rude pundit. Kind of dewy. Yeah, you said funny. What does my Hollywood money? Exactly. We asked George Charles directly for money when he came on this show when he said no. No. Yeah. Seems like you get credit for giving me a lot of money already. You might as well. You actually said funny, I thought of woke mob was supposed to kill Twitter and cancel culture, but it was capitalism and stupidity all along. I don't think I've ever seen anyone other than Donald Trump blow up a business this fast, right? Yeah. Yeah. No, no, it's really kind of a thing of beauty. And I mean, you know, I like Twitter a lot. I haven't met a lot of people on Twitter. I use it, but you know, if it goes, I think my work productivity is going to go up exponentially. It is a time suck. And I would just like to say, I think Mastodon and I are going to have a couple of problems because I have it so that my tweets show up on Mastodon and apparently they took down a tweet where I said FU to libs of TikTok. Oh boy. I was like, eh, Mastodon. We're going to have to have a talk. Some people are making some great points I thought, rude. Jeff tedrick said long off, are you kidding me? Trump's tweets as he gets indicted are going to be off the hook. Pass the popcorn. I mean, that's the other thing. He will start whether it's true social or they will be able to Jack Smith willing to use those because they always can. As evidence, right? Yeah. It's just like it's like if you told someone something and you know, you brought them in and questioned them and said, yeah, Trump told me this. Yeah. You're listening to me for free right now, and that's awesome because more and more things aren't free right now. I mean, think about
Burrow throws 4 TD passes, Bengals rally past Steelers 37-30
"Joe burrow threw 355 yards as the Bengals topped rival Pittsburgh 37 30 burrow was intercepted twice but threw for four touchdowns in the wind This is one of my favorite ones since I've been here Just a lot of adversity that we fought through cold weather windy that we were able to really fill the ball around in And so I was proud of that Three of Burroughs touchdowns went to back up running back samaji P Ryan T Higgins had a 148 receiving yards for the 6 and four Bengals Kenny Pickett passed for 265 yards and a touchdown It went to George pickens who had 83 receiving yards But the Steelers are now three and 7 Josh rountree Pittsburgh
Kathleen Madigan on Why People Have a Personal Connection to Trump
"That's an interesting sociological thing 'cause you play all over the country. What is it? Do you think? What is the personal connection to Donald Trump? I don't know. I don't know why, like one lady in Florida. She was kind of a drunk grandma. You stood up in a balcony and a theater somewhere on the gulf side of Florida and said, Kathleen, I love you and I love Sarah Palin. Don't make fun of her. I had not said a word except Sarah Palin, comma. Now if the lady would have listened, my joke was really about the gist of it is there's no people in Alaska to have more respect for you if you were the game warden than I would if you said you were the governor because there's a lot. It's a lot more dangerous if you're okay. It's a stupid joke. It's silly innocuous. But that lady was so upset because she like, I don't know. I'm like, you can't love me and her. And you're at my show, so I'd pick me if I were you. Which one is it? I don't know what the Trump thing you could do any other Republican, any other Democrat and people do not lose their minds. There's something about I know this is going to sound snotty coastal liberal elite, but an education problem where they're just like, oh, I want people that sound dumb, like me. I just can't. I don't understand what the connection is. I it could go back to the, you know, George Bush, people are like, I'd like to have a beer with him. Right. Well, right. You might want to have a beer with me, but I shouldn't be running anything. I mean, just because I seem fun, which I am. You are that doesn't mean I'm qualified to work at NASA. I don't understand that leap. When people say, I think George Bush seemed fun too. The younger one to have a beer with after golf with a country club. I get it. Right. But what is that next level where I defend him like I would, my brother. It's weird.
Joe DiGenova: We Need Some Gigantic Donors
"Where would you begin? And what would that organism look like if we encouraged and built a bench? If we need experts, people who know how to run things, not just campaigns, but government, what should a Republican personnel building apparatus look like? Well, that's what the Republican National Committee is for. Yeah. That's exactly what they should be doing. They should be developing an infrastructure, having events, they should have schools for this. They should have training organizations, but Victoria hit the nail on the head. That's fine. They can do that. But we need some gigantic donors. To come forward like George Soros, with hundreds of millions of dollars to underwrite this, this just doesn't happen. I mean, there's certainly talented people out there and organically some of that will occur. But there has to be a way to pay for it and to get it organized in a way. And that takes money.
Doncic, Mavs blow big lead, hang on to beat Clippers 103-101
"Luka Dončić scored 35 the Dallas Mavericks blew a 25 point lead but hung on to edge the LA clippers one O three one O one so the Mavs improved to 8 and 5 while the clippers dropped to 8 and 7 Mavs coach Jason Kidd says the team continues to find ways to win close games Things just weren't going our way but we didn't like self destruct We just stayed together Dorian Finney Smith added 21 for the mask while the clippers were led by Paul George with 23 Nicholas platoon had 22 Bob Stevens Dallas
Gerrymandering Committee Proved Ineffective for Republicans
"I learned that the Republicans put a committee together To look at gerrymandering in the states and who among others was on this committee This guy seems to be behind everything and is a serial loser For us conservatives in the Republican Party Who was behind this too Cut 7 go They've vaccinated A senior editor at the nonpartisan cook political report said that New York's proposed map was such an effective gerrymander that it only wasted democratic votes in a few isolated places Even then we're stopped there for a second So it judges looked at this and told New York to fix it they really wouldn't and so they throw it out So it turns out New York turned out well But the rest of the country other than Florida in New York turned out very poorly for the Republicans Very poorly Go ahead It's a brutal map for Republicans Our guys just don't get it And I don't know about you but I felt relieved I thought were Lee when I saw Karl rove I think it was one of the Sunday shows where it's not mine I don't really remember it It was on one of the Sunday shows Because we all know Carl rove is the architect It was the architect of the 2006 Senate blowout by the Democrats And the great victory By George W. Bush in 2000 Which was ultimately decided via the Electoral College Nonetheless he's apparently on some committee that is helping to fight on the gerrymandering issue mister Purdue so that scares the crap out of me
What Should Be the Right's Top Issue? Larry Elder Weighs In
"No matter whether it's Trump, or it's elder, or it's desantis, or what do you think needs to be that top issue that Republicans are moving forward with? Because there's been a lot of controversy about whether or not we got the messaging rate, I feel like we did. I don't know how you can say that talking about people's pocketbooks and their safety is wrong. But what should it be? Well, it's pocketbook issues, but I do think we underestimated the power of a couple of issues. One abortion. The other one is this phone issue of so called election denied. When roe V wade got overturned, I wasn't terribly concerned about it, although there was a flurry for a while, threat on the part of conservatives, it's going to energize the Democrats. But I thought it was going to go away. I thought it had gone away. The polling suggested that it had, but the exit polling suggested that the polling was wrong. It was the number two issue after the economy and well ahead of crime. And so we got that wrong. And I think a lot of Republicans failed to convince people that the reality is all the reversal of growth did is put this issue back to the states where it was for the first nearly 200 years of our republic. What's wrong with that? And I think a lot of Democrats believe that rogue reversal romantic abortion was going to be illegal. And I think it was a bad move on the part of Lindsey Graham to suggest that there's going to be some sort of national legislation to codify restrictions on abortion. It should not be a federal issue either pro choice or pro life. It should be a statewide issue. And I think that scared a lot of people. Regarding the election denying nonsense, you know, Carrie Lake, I thought Hanley pretty well when she informed her voters that Hillary has been denying elections for 5 years and Stacey Abrams denying elections for two years and Al Gore to this day believes that the Supreme Court put George W. Bush in office Vinny Thompson the chair of the January 6th committee tried to overturn the election first week of January 2005 by claiming that the Ohio debo voting machines have been tampered with, there's no evidence that that my point is for 22 years Democrats have been denying elections. I think a lot of Democrats are unaware of that. The reason I know that is I was in Dallas at an airport just a couple of days ago, Jen, and I'm talking to this moderate self described moderate, professor, and he was talking about how he felt that election denying earth the Republicans on Tuesday. And I told him what I told you about Hillary denying election for 5 years. He said, and I quote, I never heard her do that. I said, professor with all due respect, you are part of the problem that
Doug Is Joined by Old Friend Bart Herbison to Discuss Songwriting
"Made a comment just a minute ago that I think a lot of people, if they're listening to this, listen to fine a little bit of terms here because I think you said something was pretty interesting, but I think it's still true today, although you and I can sort of laugh and joke at the insider as part of how many artists actually write songs. But I've always used this example. George strike being the king of country music, you know, the undisputed everybody loves George stripe. But George Strait has 60 number one songs of which he wrote none. Neither did Elvis. I mean, some of the greatest artists ever that just was not their gift. And in the modern streaming era, songwriters get paid so little that we've lost at one point over 90% of the songwriters who weren't also the artists. Look artists make most of their money from merch sales and ticket sales. Some writers don't get any of that, so it's a tough and dying breed. It's a very difficult prospect. What you did is already starting to show a difference and over time it will be the Salvation of the non artist songwriter. And that was the music modernization act. Which nobody thought we'd ever get done. And I don't know if you want to talk about that now, but I will brag on you because look, as we both know, politics is so polarizing. On both sides. And you sat on the judiciary committee. That's everything from email servers to, but it's all the political stuff comes before the committee in the House and Senate, especially in the house, and nobody thought we'd ever get it done. But you passed it unanimously in the U.S. House of Representatives. And that's the day I became certain that we do it.
"george i" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Aesthetically significant. Our jazz critic, Kevin Whitehead, says roach's landmark album, scores in all three categories. They were free. Through Mercedes must be lying can it really be can be can believe it, but that's what they say they know longer as they know longer this is freedom day. Street and day so those shackling chains away. That I see says it's really true if green Abby Lincoln in 1960 singing freedom day. Oscar Brown junior's lyric celebrates Emancipation and maybe looks ahead to freedoms yet to be secured. The album we insist max roach's freedom now suite, epitomizes African American jazz musicians, support for the burgeoning civil rights.
"george i" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Get you into trouble as a kid? Well, because I liked language as a saying, my grandfather wrote out all of the works of Shakespeare and his adult life, longhand because of the joy it gave him. Those were his words. I do it for the joy. It gives me. So that gene was active in our family. So I had that as described earlier. But I then started collecting exotic combinations of curses that I heard in my neighborhood. I was probably 13 or 14 at the time. And there were guys who would put together a sentence in the heat of anger or in some ornate descriptive passage in something they were describing. And they would have an adjective or two self hyphenated. They would have made up a form and tacked it on to some noun that it didn't really go with. And the rest of the sentence might have been some colorful verb that was, again, very inventive street language. And some of them were very colorful and exotic and different. They weren't just flat out curses. So I heard these and I started writing them down in another situation where I could tell you what they were. You'd understand a little better even what I mean. But I wrote them down and I had a little list of them. I had about ten or 12 of them. There are a few I can still remember. But I've had that in my wallet. And my mother was a snoop and discovered things I had stolen that way and confronted me with them. But in this case, looking in my wallet, she found this list. And I heard her, I came in one night and I opened the door very slightly in the apartment on the second floor. And I heard it talking to my uncle John, and she was worried about me anyway because I was kind of I was getting like a loose to be a loose cannon kind of adolescent defying as you will and must then. And I heard her saying, I think he may need a psychiatrist, John. I think we may have to get a child psychologist for him because she was telling him these words and showing him this list. So yeah, they got me in trouble that way, but at least it was a creative effort. Although your mother was appalled finding this list of street words in your wallet, you earlier credited your mother with having a love of my younger and helping to instill in you. How did her love of language express itself? And first of all, just to put it in perspective, the portion of my life when my mother and I were at odds is when you're supposed to differentiate yourself from the adult, the parent of the other sex. And I had no father present in the home, so this was a battle between my mother and me for my identity sort of to overdramatize it. But she was wonderful. And she was my hero. She brought up two boys in the Second World War. And an advertising job. She had. And she stimulated that thing in me about language. She would send me to the dictionary. I mean, that was pro forma in a lot of families. I know that's what you do. But she would say kept addiction. I asked her once what peruse meant. I said, ma, I was peruse. She said, well, get the dictionary in here. Let's get that issue. So I look it up and she'd have me use it in a sentence of my own. And we talk about the root of the origin of it and which definition was more useful in current and so forth. And so the next day, when I gave her her newspaper in the evening, it wasn't a nightly custom, but sometimes I went and bought her a newspaper and she came home from work. I brought in her bedroom and gave her the newspaper, and I said, here my I said, would you like to peruse this? And she said, well, maybe I'll give it a cursory glance. It was right back. It was right back to the dictionary. And another thing she would do with that newspaper, she'd be reading a columnist, someone who wrote well, and she would call me into the room and say, look at this, listen to these words. Look how that word cuts. It just cuts through that sentence. And she would make us. She would do all these sort of dramatic they had an effect on her and she was able to transmit that to me through her. She was a person who employed a lot of melodramatic things in her life. She said I should have been on the stage, George. Someday you must tell my story, you know? Why did you drop out of high school in 9th grade? I could see that they weren't offering anything I really needed. I wasn't interested in merely having a credential. And I knew I had the skills I needed and all I needed to do was to work hard on the English language and these skills I had sharpened them. I had a very strong command of the language as it was as I was at that time. And I knew that would develop further. And I knew that I didn't really need all of that stuff that they offer that they teach you to do what I wanted to do. I was very self inner directed and very self sufficient. I had an autonomy in my heart that kept me moving in my own path. Did you know in 9th grade when you dropped out that you wanted to be a comic? Oh, yeah. I knew that in 5th grade. I wrote it a little autobiography then. I said, I want to be a comedian or an impersonator or an announcer or an actor. And I had a plan, the plan was radio first, because there's no audience there, present. You get away with more, be nervous. The nerves are different. Second step would be stand up comedy and once I was a good enough at that, they'd have to let me in the movies like Danny Kaye that was my childhood. I thought it was a birthright and I thought that I had a path figured out and the path worked that way. I just realized later I was a better comedian than I thought and I could abandon the actor part. No, I know you made it onto radio before you became famous as a comic. What was your radio persona? Well, I was on the first job I had was in a place Shreveport, Louisiana, which sounds like kind of a ignored place, but it had 9 stations. It was a hot radio market, as they said. And we were number one. I had a 52 share. Imagine that. A 52 share in the United States market in my afternoon show. So it was top 40, but it wasn't as rigid as it as top 40 became. It wasn't as it didn't sound like a robot time temperature and the label and the name of the artist. You could be a little bit of a personality too. So we played top 40 and I was a very, I was only 18. It was great to be playing the very music that I was dancing to at night. It was nice to go over to a girl in a situation like at a bar or something and say, would you like me to play a song in the radio for you tomorrow? Dedicated to you. It was a little undermanned, but it sure worked. It works like a charm. And would you tuck your way through the instrumental up to the vocal of the record? Some of the times I use the first 8 bars or 16 bars or whatever the instrumental intro was, you bring it up first for about three or four seconds, then you bring it down and say, okay, the new Connie Francis just came in. And I'm exaggerating my disc jockey voice. And here at 15 minutes past 5 on the George Carlin show on KJ, we're going to listen to this brand new one and then move up with the vocals. You know? I loved running a tight board. We ran our own boards, and I loved it. I was so proud of tight cues and segues that were tight, you know, it was just a point of pride. Now you've always opposed authority. I mean, you dropped out of school in 9th grade. You joined the military. You were court martial twice in the military. Three times. Three times. Okay. Yes. Why would somebody who opposes authority so much? Volunteer to go into the military, which has such a hierarchical structure. Yes. Well, at that time, in our history, there was a draft, and the way you avoided the draft was to join. It's an odd thing. It's a bad sounds like a paradox, but it's true. The way you stayed out of the military was to choose when to go in. Not to let them decide. I wanted the choice to be mine. I didn't want to wait. New York, the Jeff poo was very large, and therefore you wouldn't be drafted till your early 20s, which would have interfered with my life plan. I had a little plan when I was 11 years old and I was working through it in my teenage years. And I said, well, I'm not going to get to do this if they're going to draft me. Well, these other guys are 2021. I joined at 17 to get what they call then get the military obligation.
"george i" Discussed on Fresh Air
"With some of those who truly knew him best. His brother Patrick, his first wife Brenda, and his daughter Kelly. All of them look at George's life and their own with the objective honesty the George eventually brought to his stand up act. And while we learn of George's abuse of father and oppressive mother, and of George and Brenda's descent into drugs and alcoholism, respectively, we also learn about what drove George Carlin to keep developing and altering his approach to comedy. In audiotapes recorded for his autobiography last words, Carl and explains his disdain for authority figures in almost clinically detached terms. My own experience of authority is one of opposition to not just questioning authority, but actively opposing it and trying to undo what it had in mind. Everything that had rules and regulations, I managed to either get kicked out of or leave early on my own. The choir, the altar boys, the Boy Scouts, summer camp, and schools. The first half of this excellent HBO documentary follows George Carlin's many evolutionary stages, providing clear samples of each. Stage one arrives in 1957, when at age 18, young George joins the air force. He lands a part time job as a disc jockey in Louisiana using the kind of on air voice and persona, he would later make fun of. 18 minutes before 5 o'clock, and this is music from Carlin's corner, and that ain't half of it, $30 in the lucky license jackpot, a call going out soon. Coming up Warren storm with trouble. I got trouble. Troubles. He forms a two man comedy team with Jack burns, and they moved to California. The duo breaks up after only a few months, but Carlin stays put, pursuing his interest in comedy. He's in the audience of a Lenny Bruce show on one of the night's Bruce gets arrested. And Carlin gets arrested, too, out of solidarity. His own onstage comedy then, in nightclubs and on TV, is mainstream and conventional. Until suddenly it isn't. When he starts to introduce such counterculture concepts and characters as TVs obviously drugged out, hippy dippy weather me. Okay, the radar is picking up a line of thunder showers from Utica New York to Middletown. However, the radar is also picking up a squadron of Russian ICBMs. I wouldn't sweat the thunder, shower. Tonight. No 25° to Mars high whenever I get up. As the 60s progresses and Carlin decides to talk about issues more directly, he refocuses his energies. He starts booking appearances almost exclusively on college campuses, where the students would be more receptive to his new material. His beard and his hair get longer, and his comedy routines get more topical. As when heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali's conscientious objection to the Vietnam War has him stripped of his title for several years before finally being allowed to step back into the ring. George Carlin, talking outdoors to a small college crowd, sees more than a little irony in that whole situation. Hey, they're letting Ali fight. He happened to lose, but at least they're letting him work again, right? For three years, the cat couldn't work. Muhammad Ali. And of course he had an unusual job beating people up, you know? But the government wanted to change jobs. The government wanted him to kill people. He said, no, that's where I draw the line. I'll beat him up, but I don't want to kill him. And the government got spiteful, they said, look, if you won't kill him, we won't let you beat him up. From there, George Carlin's comedy routines get more dense, more bold, and more obsessed with the poetry, meanings, and impact of language. All this leads to such uncensored comedy albums as class clown. Put out, I learned in this documentary by a record label owned by another groundbreaking comedian, Flip Wilson. That album includes his infamous 7 dirty words routine, which identifies and talks about the 7 words you can't say on television. When New York radio station WBAI played parts of that routine, it was objected to by an outraged parent tuning in, leading to a court case pitting the FCC against the corporate owners of the radio station. It was a free speech case, FCC versus the Pacific a foundation that went all the way to the Supreme Court. The court voted in favor of the FCC in what basically was a blow against free speech. Carlin wasn't saying those words for shock value. He was talking about their usage and symbolism and why they had been given such power. Many young George Carlin listeners recognized the subtleties in the issue and the comedy routine that the Supreme Court had not, and some of them grew up to also become comedians obsessed with words. One of those youngsters was Stephen Colbert, who later became a household name because of such self created words as truthiness. He was a giant George Carlin fan. Is that he's The Beatles? Of comedy. At a certain point in his career, there's this huge shift. You know, he's doing the community conversion of love me do for the first part of his career. And then suddenly he puts out the comedic white album. Another major George Carlin enthusiast was Jerry Seinfeld, who also, like Carlin, delighted in questioning the accepted norms around him and using precise language to do so. He personified that thing that you see when you're young and you go that. That's it. That's the thing. That's the thing to be. And I want it to be just like him getting every word in the right spot. Because when he did it, it thrilled me, you know. And I wanted to do that. I wanted that skill. And I've spent my life pursuing it. The first night of George Carlin's American Dream follows his rise to stardom, his 7 dirty words controversy, and his counterculture coronation as the very first guest host on the premiere episode of Saturday Night Live. It ends, though, with Carlin's seemingly on the wane, no longer in touch or in Vogue. But he was determined to change and rise again by being even truer to himself and his opinions. In part two of American Dream, and for the rest of his life, George Carlin did exactly that. George Carlin's American Dream premieres tonight and tomorrow night on HBO with both parts available today on HBO Max. After a break, we're going to listen back to portions of two of Terry's interviews with George Carlin. This is fresh air. This message comes from NPR sponsor, the John templeton foundation, who believes in advancing humanity's understanding of the profound questions in life, funding research and catalyzing conversations that inspire people with awe and wonder since 1987. The John templeton foundation is proud to support leading scientists, philosophers, and theologians from around the world. Learn about the latest discoveries related to black holes, complexity, forgiveness, and free will at templeton dot org. This is Tamara Keith from the NPR politics podcast. We've been following the news of the draft leaked opinion from the Supreme Court on roe V wade. For more on what life in the U.S. could look like if roe is overturned, listen.
"george i" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Absinthe not sold on the royal caribbean cruise lines. It was probably smuggled on the boat before long everyone was completely wasted asking. Meanwhile kept noticing that jennifer was sitting very close to boda according to kaufman's attorney. She was quote draping herself over the other men in time. George notice to jennifer's flirtation. They started arguing. Things escalated then. Jennifer kicked her husband in the groin and walked out of the disco. According to askins account both followed her. Though botas lawyer says again no flooding no following nothing. Jennifer insisted she remembers nothing after leaving the casino and at three thirty. Pm the disco closes of the young men with georgia. The time only to josh askin and rusty kaufman via their attorneys have publicly given a version of what happened next. According to both george was too drunk to walk unaided so asking them. Three russian boys helped him to his cabin when they arrived at the room. Jennifer wasn't there. George wanted to go out and find her. According to one account george changed his shirt and then with asking a three russian guys headed to this alarium. Jennifer was not in this alarium group. Then guided george back to his room arriving at four zero two. Am a time verified by the room key cards monitoring system. That was the last time. George smith was seen alive. There are two different versions of what happens next again. Weaving in a lot of different versions from a lot of different attorneys. One version is from the police chief neighbor cleanest hyman. He says he was awaken. A few minutes after four am by loud cheering. What sounded like a college drinking game. In the smith stateroom. He pounded on the wall. The sound subsided for a minute or two and then it happened again. I'm in picked telephone and complained to the operator then. He heard voices drift towards the stateroom door. He thought at least one voice could be heard in the hallway. If so this is important someone may have left the room. Hyman tried to go back to sleep. But then he heard a loud argument on the balcony. Three voices but couldn't quite hear what they were saying. Around four fifteen. Hyman saw three people leave the room. If george smith is still alive in this room the three men he saw could probably be cleared of any involvement in his death. But hyman out of respect for the fbi probe and again. I don't know what the lines are. He still to this day will not say who he saw. Leave that room that night. The smiths other neighbors. Greg and pat lawyer who had many of the same sounds but not all of them and didn't see the three men leave. Two of the three young men they said had accents. If josh askin is correct four men had taken george back to his room asking rusty kaufman and the to rosenberg's kaufman's attorney albert. Dan insist that all four left at the same time. That hyman miscounted but only three left. That might mean so must own room with george. No one is certain. Who's in the room after. Four fifteen am cletus. Hyman continued to listen to a single voice in the smith's room. He is certainly heard a single person talking in a conversational tone at the same time. He begins here louder voices. For around eight minutes. There was movement in the room again. This was sporadic. It sounded like someone going in and out of the cupboards drawers may be furniture and being moved the thought and his mind was that they were cleaning room that they had a party there. They were trying to get some things together whatever. He was relieved but between four twenty. Four twenty five..
"george i" Discussed on Bad Friends
"Your muscles are for your skin. You fucking bastard. This feels like a short story from role doll or something out where the sidewalk. I love the crown. it's good. I'm pretty good. Show is a good show. Did it like the fourth season. Diana's doff odd sad because it's depressing shit. Because they had her killed. It's nuts dude. I've been so didn't have them care. Come on a percents. She was killed. He was killed princess. diana yeah i saw the documentation. Do you think that they had her killed or you think it was a total accident. I think they have. They had our kill who the family. No they didn't she was a commoner. That didn't last for me day. Didn't like her dude. They didn't get like henry's wife mc meghan markle's gonna get killed notes because it's too late also make also make meghan markle's not going to become. She's not anything all right. Because she's the princess of sussex. That's nothing i am francis of sussex essex. I'm and the princess put and she's a buffet. No see if they're gonna kill anybody to help kate but they love k. Because she comes from. She comes from high status. See what i'm saying. Well the the all was checked off on her all encouraged it. I know but my point is charles cheated on. What's her name with the girl. He was with the who is just me camilla with diana so the family hated her because they were still like going back and forth in the middle of all this shit. Yeah that's why they had her killed. Do the header clip. Did they ever clip rudy. Voice your opinion on it. She saw the documentary. Ah the clip. They had or clipper they have. They have a clip to have they have. They had her clip. Let's roll the clip of the murder. What did he say. Can i just see what you did the other day. I always have to do a little alert. She's more she she's here less and less and less mentally. I know too but yesterday was the worst. What happened so the. They came home from the beach. What beach malibu santa monica so the monica chakaba man. When they go up the stairs i go. Here's my chance. So i was dead. Here's my chat. So i laid on the ground right. Why would you do that dead. You just lay down lay down. I was dead. Did you put any blood out or anything. I don't know. But i just. I made my body like as if i was like fell in a weird way. Right down the stairs. No just up in living well. They wouldn't buy that. Oh how would you had a heart attack. Maybe maybe because i'm laying there. I can see her. She could see me from the kitchen. Who can all right. She's putting stuff away or whatever right. She looks at me still. Does her thing that she eventually goes tito. Bobby like no no are you okay. Nothing is everything is everything. Alright nothing nothing absolutely nothing. Wow so let me ask you something. We didn't believe it at all. What did you think he was doing. Sleeping ice is open and close your plan dead bro. How you're not gonna plan dead andrew. Do right now do die right now. That's what she saw. That's good no. That's not what you're yeah. That's more like you're sucking a little penis or something off trembling lip. You're dead. i'll go. I'll go dead for your radio is dead now. No that's motionless falling asleep in movie theater. You're drunk you're drunk. I'm drunk this this. this is bad. Yup your desk so anyway. She didn't see my eyes and my point is that she she doesn't care she did see your eyes. Didn't you see why don't care. If tito bob pass away i would care. Oh wait a minute do do do do rudy update. What's his name. Hit you back on instagram. Yeah and what did he say. He thought it was me what he me saying it yet. Oh what bob said we would you say again. What did what did we sang out again. Yeah i wanna see it was he mad no did you. Are you guys still chatting In ingo been chatting with. What's his name diego. Yeah go diego diego. You guys aren't chatting anymore. Why not did he blow it. I don't know he's just busy. He's busy describe your famous podcast star than you bro. What does he do. I i have a feeling. Yeah she's gonna be living our house for forever. I feel that she's going to be just that girl. I've okay with that. Read what he says. You have every opportunity to meet guys but anyway going reread. What reread what. What bobby said that we that he thought you said okay okay. Virus said over a thousand signs. How long that by the way. You looked hella. Rips beach alabama. And what did he say he said you lying you lying you lying. You should robak no cap. I don't say that no cap means. Let's see bobby knows. did you lie. You didn't know. I didn't know what else what else what else no cab dog. So what did he say he said you lying. And then i said d to bobby anti to address said that. And then what and he said. I'm honestly kind of surprise. It sounds like something you'd say. Lucy we formula that so good and then what you say after that i five and i said i would never say anything like that. Ha- reading that i would. I would never see anything like that. You know he felt how many house to house and her selena and that was the end of this conversation. Here's more but is there any discussions of like coming up to la hanging out with there is he said that if i was in san diego then we should hang out. And if he's in la we should hang on no shit. What a stupid lynch no end. Give give the guy. I don't give a fuck. Get on the fuck up. Diego get on the fucking pacific coast liner. Okay it's the train that comes up here. Take you're on the train. Get the downtown. La getting a fucking uber and get your ass over their house..
"george i" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Business is at you the people that don't keep people around them that remind him who they are and the grounded and then push back like people that don't that that surround themselves with yes people yes men and women and it makes you nuts. It makes you crazy. It makes you so that you start to really you know you're you fart and you think it's roses you know everything you do is perfect and right you know we're to somewhat micromanage. Oh but like we were even talking about the at this moment said jerry. Let's just wait and see what happens after you talk to me. Two weeks after the july was gonna control. This is two weeks reuben acceptable july. We have little spiky going on in the country. We continue to wear the mask. We're debating whether we're going to go back to where to sell timber. Really real work. The close in and out burger. Because that's just me but we still listens to make small matters when it's time to be truthful nabi. Yes yeah well that's good. Well listen. I really appreciate you spending all this time with me today. It's it's a joy to talk to you. what are we talking about. Did you mentioned this at all. Oh yeah you've got it. You've got a a job a book a well he's got. It is your book. Yeah i mean. I mean i mean that in the best possible sense that it's it's just a. It's a a book of jokes. It's like a lot of a lot of the stuff that you that you put out on twitter now you've follow me on. Twitter is the whatnot jokes. what nuts. I think that sometimes they're hybrid. Your joke not my job. Yeah joe non going to have to make your decision. When shit goes down between the jokes in the knock. This has been out there. I need more hours to go to a tweet into mr george wallace. This book is called a bushwick and whatnot. It's nineteen ninety-five gonna book out. Heart covers one hundred forty dollars. And now i didn't the hackers. How would you do some stupid like that. I just thought at the time was one hundred. Forty characters yeah tweety people by one hundred hundred dollar hardcover on the desk Tabletops yeah it's amazing. This is ninety nine hundred and you get this meeting. George wallace dot net of george wallace dot net..
"george i" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"To a lentil michael brand new hope and the debate so and especially for africa. Mark is the is jubilee african americans night until people now on stage. Have you ever been to after. Do you want to go to get there. Cost you as much money you call delta and they will let yeah. Yeah yeah yeah you own for my friends. Stevie wonder then i go to church with. He just announced blowing up george florida's than that he didn't see what's outnumber. He wanted to leave. Clerk moved out and we'd on smart as purpose. Yeah it's hot. You know the top falling retold college are is no college. That's not far so ula but letter is a great city especially for you know not only saying. Let's just terrific player. The number one make john l. as an right right. You see what's happening back. Yeah they that you know all different locations go through it where they do these tax incentives to make it cheaper people make movies there. Atlanta's going through right now. You know. I'm always my it makes my daughter. My daughter's fifteen. When we movies. I'm always getting on to see where things are filmed and stuff and she's like put your phone down. Watch the movie. But i i love to know where things are shot and all kinds of stuff is shot in georgia. Now who finished reading a senior buddhist overseas on tv show made in georgia. Yeah yeah yeah. Impeach stare so we're powered by states. We get things. I city believe it or not a brace. Coca-cola no one yet who doesn't yeah aaa number one. Yeah food breaks as the delta right now number one airline yeah ups and all the turner stuff you know you know. Turn cnn so we have a great city there and yeah we do. We did a week of shows there. I i'm terrible with remembering what year but it was maybe seven eight years ago it was one. The ncw finals were there And and issues. That i think it was less than that but but yeah it was. It was great. You know. I shot a bunch of stuff over at the well. I did a bit where they made me up as The the bit that i did was that i was going to go sample different things in atlanta and the first stop was to go to the set of the walking dead and they made me up like a zombie really and then i went to all the other things dressed as zombie like to the coca cola museum dresses and an aquarium dresses. Ambi- so fun. Yeah it was only. It's it's ridiculous. It's beautiful absolutely one of the best and like my my family. My we we go to aquariums. That's my kids started with my son. My son was very much into aquarium. So we've been to all of them and you want to japan next birthday. In the joy divert the journal. Its beauty is going to be great. Yeah yeah now you grew up. Did you grow up in a big family..
"george i" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"This and listen to the top four atlanta to buy into the city center. My thought madison near come up with a cure. I won't be drop it. Drop in their day to. So how's it going fellas. And when can i go back to vegas. My personal doctor between dr murthy. I was very nice. Oh that's great now your throat you were born in atlanta and you grew up there. That's where i got a lotta come. Artful around comfortable. British fell in the world tokyo. You talking about that. I'm blessed. I met andy. I'm the most successful that and how much money you make on your joy lick done everything. I worked everywhere i there. I've been there a number of times. Yeah it's it's the what the only thing i don't like about atlanta's that they tore down too much and built too many high rises there. You know what. I mean like it even from when i was there because i had my aunt lived there when i was a little kid i'm from illinois. I'm from Middle of northern illinois town called york phil straight. West is chicago but we it was for as much as we. You know scared why went to chicago a win. We might as well have been three hours away since your difficult. Yeah yeah yeah they were but that will. That was everywhere. Portillo's is just everywhere. You know every every corner has an italian beef. Vienna beef hot dog stand. You know. and they're all it's good heart attack food. That's what did you think john. Have you been lately the thing they thought it goes out of the zip doing a lot now. Absolutely crazy it. Yeah it's traffic is but it's still beautiful places beautiful for worms born. Oh wow now. It's a gorgeous place but there's not a lot of all the old buildings are all kind of like got nothing. Yeah did you say we got nothing. I don't raise dilemma. Nineteen sixty five. Built a greenwich stated. Okay and the next thing was into the exchange night ninety-six right right ninety six olympic. They built a brand new stadium. So that's the dow branstetter. Now they're going to bring you stay in atlanta just three years old. Nothing is old in just know antiques and lover be arenas all listen. Twenty away to please go the george. You don't play football brand new tour down so you're right. There's no history. Yeah yeah everything's new but you're right. It is a beautiful town. It's i mean it's a it's like a park it's like living in a park in but here's in it. I think we're it's it's weird for people that come from other cities because except for maybe los angeles because it is it doesn't feel really centered somewhere. It's not center. Because people are coming to atlanta ponder brand new particularly mentioned on yards right now people come into atlanta from new york city. They're selling it by you. Know you lost. I knew yeah on shack and it's not a woods. Where have you not. Yes housing the worst house in west. Hollywood is turn outs. Yeah so many.
"george i" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"E- inspired hired a act that we don't know really what hap- i do think that i've eight assume university not around before anyone yells at me. Always feel mac have been. Dc universe at all of the specials are not there as well as the adventures of superman and the super boy. Both of those were great to pop in house. Making my way through on dc universe because i only own the dvd of the second season ben bizzare not easy to find and i recommend anyone to find a way to check it out. See if you have to brim blu-ray that out at has superman superman be extended cut to permit to rent to the richard. Donner pestering breach human or instrument returns in it. It also has to permit in the mall and just find a way look on youtube. Whatever is experienced. Some george you know. Watch the documentary. Govern the sky. I think that's even on. Abc's youtube channel all right. Well this is tyler on enough beer. The krypton report is part of the southgate. Meaty group network a podcast. If you haven't interest checkout southgate meager to see if your podcast is there. I bet it is at the south gate. Be group website and sign up for a newsletter. You'll info all the shows and you can find what you're one you'll also find links to our sponsors where you can get great products and support the podcast. Also our book. Pud life podcasting stories. It's a great book. check it out. It's nice to hear where people come from. And why they do what they do and remember.
"george i" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"I seasons to breathe dot sporadic acting assignments one-shot immunology program to be and by the and the series. Was airing nationwide based on those those In those difficult for him to of parole money by i m de niro must i e service national. The founding in the second season She at the villains wide waving at two seasons bsb was dissatisfied with his south shows one-dimensional role. It was forty years old and wish where move on with producers of everyone else is me reeves that was his own production company. An easy venture speech or eventually. But i'm look hawaii riding the Himself however produce a ballard he returned a reporter who was make five th out. It's about eight out per week. But only while they're still was eight asp report eventually he's never able to the show. Nineteen fifty seven the producers bitter theatrical films right on this point emission however and ninety renewal this series. I made the nine hundred. Nine passenger fitted a new bella play writers noel neill in the second season both boat as lois. Noel below talent was quoted as saying that the superdome was brady a new series on the still popular. Now bangs. who help is if bill bennett. Bill thing and then in ninety seven in episode number one in superman superman whereas we appeared on. I love lucy how that is my first time seeing that. You're watching. I love lucy with my grandma. My grandma and my grandma had one of those old school big screen..
"george i" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"One reeve was offered the role of superman and new adventures He was initially reluctant as like many actors. Considered television unimportant. Pretty funny in b. e. film day originally superman in the moment was a to the b bicker as islet amelie african business season and shot a thirteen week in the summer. A series one on air following When struggling abc network perked up or bright which gave him great visibility. Now was interesting. Is kirk allen's originally offered the role belt turn know at and she would go on to be lowest in the earth season and be replaced later by no up neal he. It's crazy to think about the production of the series because a series of other saint costumes. Because they'd be shooting three and four episodes at the same time. There'd be a day or maybe they shop just in perry's office but it was three or four episodes worth just perry's off. It's they would be shooting multiple Same time and they have the same clothes for continuity or keeping an low cost possible. Also the superman pass On-track which presented them prevented aiding other work that might interfere with their steer doom at second break in showed but two seven seven-week that but all at thirty eight of producers demand their exclusive service or.
"george i" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"We have george. Christopher george keefer brewer born january fifth nineteen fourteen in died. Nine not is best known for his role as superman in the nineteen fifty to fifty eight television program. Adventures of superman georgia's born in iowa. Sam darnold brewer. And ellen ry ellen beshir all jet and remain writing. Rees was born five months into their marriage. The couple separated soon after birth at this time. George and his mother moved from iowa her home in galesburg illinois. Now i will say right now. That i am not at board breathed fishy not. I don't know. I just wanted to give a taste of the man who portrayed the great superman and if anyone out there is a supernatural fan. Much like myself at james. My co host. The actor jim beaver. Who portrayed bobby singer for the series is a huge well of knowledge about exactly where george race story in wrote a biography and was a technical advisor on the film hollywoodland which we'll discuss later. I picked the conspiracy or murder or suicide of george and stars in great cast with ben affleck portraying brief later after his mother remarried brank. Best george Then moved out for new or re acting and singing. High school continued performing onstage student. Assignation being out. And this is why i always say this is a part or any child like anything. That arts are great place for a child to grow to learn to discover things. Find out who they are and i highly support any arts program for children.
"george i" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"Of superman on justice league action. When you're listening to the all things podcasting superman and we discussed shows and facebook human continue crypt on of art. Tyler live from the new right the new all of justice. The fortress are no more as as we've been moving to coming at you a little early little off to gadul pot up on some things in my co host the with muscles and self. Mr dame's immaculate ole as sadly moving as well. We did not plan this too. Sometimes life app. We've moved so engineering. My series on the hoover trade superman and supergirl. We're gonna be talking about superman that most people know that a lot of people think this is the first superman me brag about board. Now george of start. Nfl and tv theory. And it's very interesting when you study history. Everything he was is like like. I told before in a previous bypass that i had a picture hanging of per gallon and of georgia. My dad bought his first. Superman might actually over ear. Oh really weren't quick break. Here's some words from myself and about eight and we'll be right back. Hello everybody that's let you know that south eight media group has its own patriot..
"george i" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Yeah so jordan. You play in the nfl for a long time. You play with some incredible people like i have. What's your favorite memory of your time plan in the nfl. What's the one thing like if somebody like. I'd like i'm asking you now. What is your memory that you go to that. You say this was what i kind of think of when i think of my career Think i go early into my career. Because i had an opportunity to play reggie white and he showed me a different side of people. Football players being minister brought dynamic into that locker room that he was so two nations. And you know he's talking about he's hip tossing all these people come back in and come the miles and literally start talking to me about financial growth. You know how to be a good man of introducing you to people in my family my wife. You know a newborn that he when he walked into my house someone that did not know to their. He's like mantilla. I need to talk to you. And i need to get your own right path in that i always go to. It's not a play. I've had some place hit right in doing those things of. Yeah talk about that all the time but that part of my early part of my career in having someone really jumped sides Take care of your business way. You can be successful that that helped me box. Because he cared me. When i had adversity when i got when i did get traded from cut in the falcons It's so true though. like you. Coaches aren't telling talking to you about that stuff. General managers aren't talking. You know there's people they bring in to talk like though the guy you know. The team has stafford tap the players and all that. But it's people that have been there that our veterans that kind of show you the path of what you should be doing and just know that like dude your money can be gone in an instant and if you don't take care of it you know what i mean like an and you need to have because it's about your career is the long you know when we're twenty. We think we're gonna play forever and all of a sudden. We're we're in our thirties and we're like a much longer. I got whoa yet over. But i love that i love. I've played with reggie a pro bowl and was like every time he sat in a bus just tried to sit by them. You know because. I know we're on the same team so he wasn't gonna hit me. I was pretty happy about that. I cannot imagine being a quarterback boss. I commend you all the quarterbacks who do that but that rush into childhood it tony stanton and take the hit and throw the ball. Well what we're on defense both What's his name Who was a defensive tackle for you guys at dallas big cat. Yes the only at so leon. Trey johnson sets them short sets Trade johnson was left guard. Big dude liane just swipe them across like this like he was not even there and i just remember. I still talk about this. He's running directly at me with his hands up in the air. He had to be ten feet tall doing that. And i think through to like the back but it was incomplete or something then. Hit me in north goes to. I was wide open. Why don't you throw it to him. And i stopped filming. Do you see who's like running at me like you need to tell the receiver to get faster dudes massive. It's good times. But it is tough sometimes so george tell oliver fans everybody what you do in how they can follow you. Yep so. I'm a high school football coach john and second high school in plano texas. But i do have all off. Casas called tico. Take me my son and instagram. At teague teague football teague football on both on twitter and instagram you can follow the podcast. Tiki take podcasts. On twitter instagram facebook. So we do that. We have guest on. We really enjoy it. We're being a four year into it now. So we're colonists. The next series this season to write leasing to coming up. I was other last gown. Season one Your i count susan to know you're the last one. So we're we're switching muslim startup. Yeah in july guys finished in style. I like it. But i loved it. It was it was it was. We had a great time. I love how you do it. And i love the your son on there. That was a great thing. You know you guys have a good good command. He does seem like an old soul. Jt see isn't thank you for having me. Oh man for bite me to come be a part of this too. We appreciate it very much and then we'll catch up again. We are definitely definitely. Thanks georgia maybe. Next time. i'm aware of my my little washington. Football team had now. Where my washington gear so that we can kinda match up. What what. I'm gonna tell you what we're gonna do now what we're gonna do something between win redskins play cowboys We can also do minnesota and green bay too. I write legal so we we think outside the box do something fun. All right buddy right. Hey everyone thanks for joining us on. Huddle up with gus. And well thank my guest. Today george teague check him out and his podcast take podcasts and you can follow him on twitter at tcf football so i really appreciate everyone listening. Don't forget To submit your questions to me any questions you have about the nfl or other sports. So jacob julius was our guy this week jake. Hey buddy thanks. For submitting your question please go to my website huddle up with gus dot com and subscribe and like and we really appreciate everyone listening and don't forget to go to vegas sports advantage put in my code huddle up and save twenty five percent when you bet now so Thanks digital sixteen. Thirty one did news. Thanks brian. Thanks terry and thanks sounder. 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"george i" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Hey ron welcome back to the huddle up with gus podcast. I'm your host gus for out We're talking with george teague today. But i also wanna remind you that you can check us out at sixteen thirty one digital news. You can check us out on sounder dot fm and you can find our new partner Vegas sports advantage so check them out and hopefully You can go win some money there. But we're talking with george. George i wanna know Really because it's it's very interesting. I think the transition from safety or from corner to safety is not easy because it seems like corner. You're you're doing a lot of back peddling one on one where safety you're you're back there in reading. Was that a hard change for you. Honestly i'm gonna say holly. It wasn't as difficult as it could be Because i was. I always made sure a new what everybody was doing. Even when play corner you know. And so i think that's really why they moved into the safety position because one already physical enough to akon knew how to everybody up already of so. It was a natural piece for me to be a signal. Caller on the defense Now physically it. Change what i had to do with the mindset. You've got gotta have because now you're looking at big absolutely gaps and and run and depending on what it is at the drop down you something that nature that was That is probably the hardest part for corner after trying to move into the safeties. Run game the feeling of runs. You know for being in the middle of fieldwork corner. Always outside your angles. Tackle are limited but safety. Now you got more space so There's a lot of work that you have to do. Their that makes makes it kinda difficult to go. I know the nfl now. They kind of move older guys into the safety position right. Yeah switched around a little bit. Yeah we've seen that with other rod woodson. Charles woodlake divall moved a little bit but tell me who was the running back for you that that when you're watching film this week and you were saying. I don't know coaching cover to looks pretty good. I don't feel like phil net that big f. He's coming through there. While i'm going to answer this from the pro first and then i'll tell you the college ones but this is easy for me. The professional level. There's no way everyone wanna taco barry sanders so those would be a way for him so much as possible. So i knew. I gave linebackers and defensive lineman allowed incentives to make sure. They didn't get to secondary or the he didn't get to secondary. Wanna be on. That was amazing. I'ma gosh i missed him on a few times now. Shoestring tackled him once We were in detroit with the packers at the right plan quarters so i got to see gap. They run that stretch all the time. That was their deal. After you remember that nokia and uh issues through the see gap here gene yards away from him twelve yards away from him. My heart is just right so everything we worked on was. Don't dance with him is one on one. You probably gonna miss. We got you. Just gotta take your shit. That's what that was our coaching from the coach. Jeff just take your shot. Hope for the best. You notice kind of thing. So what do i do here. He comes seizure I took my shot gus now. I think i hit the little plastic till on it and so on the ground. And i look in because he stumbling bobo a fall down falls down gus. I got up in cheered like on a really really really. You see all of my life tapes. Make people look stupid. I hear you man that that is that is good. You know because. I think the were hitter. I think with the big guys like contact like knowing they're coming at me was probably okay for you. It was more of those guys like berry that you know that. Go the other way and yes so a lot of people would ask me. Because once i moved into safety we still had to play man to man on those slot guys. Yeah with. they didn't have a tight end a game or something that was so i was always more frayed of the smaller shifty. Type guys that you know really couldn't bear issue. I'd rather have a cover. Michael was big right. Then you can get your hands on the fight with him sterling. Sharps even chris carter. You know those types of news worry. Yeah i'd rather be up in their face and these guys. I'd rather do that. Because if i could bang in input my shoulder pads or you get down close not lavish rooms or press. Always felt like i could. I could win. Yeah you guys are could joy outweighs rocket dish miles on all these other news Random off. I mean he was bake to speed. Just yeah. it's it's great. Well i would think that in the game has changed from when we played to even even more you know back probably when we first came in you know but still a lot of run game power football. You know what i mean like. And because that's like you think about moose johnson kicking out emmett smith and and i mean that was what it was back in the old redskins. John riggins all that now. It's like five wives all the time. Rpo's buried rpo's you know how you you went to the pro bowl you know. How many pro. June went through with this stuff. You had three re earn though there was There was a highlight up of moss. The other day and he commented on it. Because i follow randy and it was. Everybody was in. It was three tight ends and moss zillion receiver and he's tightened down. And he's the only one going out in the route and darren sharper was playing safety for packers tied and dante just bruns. A little fake takes like you know ten ten yard drop. just wait. Serandon run past everybody curls far as he can jesus dude was crazy but the game has changed a lot like you watch like i watch like big band play from when he first came in the league to what he is doing now used to throw twelve times a.
"george i" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"There. I didn't have that emotional attachment Up you know that. I'm going to grow up and i want to go play for the crimson tide. That right right. That wasn't even it. 'cause i didn't know where i was going to be. You know and the only reason i was there gusts is so even when we got to alabama. Dad was actually re station the two years so it'd be a junior year to turkey turkey and so that was another decision that had to be made. Okay where is george gonna graduate from goes to turkey. He's going to have to graduated turkish school on military baser. Or whatever it is we're gonna go split family and that's what my parents decided to do. Some mom stayed back stateside. He went over High school While bama yeah so now. I can tell you this though. I'll give you good story about that. Though what was the good thing about it was so out of tulsa. What ball games or whatnot. But you know you get those bolsheviks when you have to travel yea or whatnot. Well by residency was listed in turkey. Alabama's like what right and check for how much so to get back deter guys like. Hey man we all the papers that comes of like. I live in montgomery living living turkey. It's it's eleven thousand miles away. That'll be two dollars a mile. And that's how george got his first car. So what was your first car. That was guns. Buy for that. I bought a ford probe. Won't they raked. was it. a stick shift. Yes it was a stick shift Aladdin line as much as possible their front wheel drive machines those probes. That was my very first car actually purchased. That would have been right after my senior year right right before got drafted actually thinks think what we just said i said did you drive a stick shift and you said yes. No money says that today they may cars stick shifts said he bore. No no unless. You're trucker drive anywhere man. I learned i used to take this kid's car at tulsa bubba bubba from oklahoma. He had a stick shift. I said bub lobby bar car. You drive a stick. And i'm like yeah. I didn't know how to drive me in this kid from philadelphia with his nickname was fish ed sufficient car. We taught each how to drive a stick on bubbles car. We'd bring it back and like how to go like oh it was great clinton cornell the trailer oh my god. Clutch was slipping. He's like what's wrong with my car. I don't know. But that's how i learned to drive. A stick wasn't from my dad. Oh there you go. I like it. That's a great one am. I did have a perfect. Viewing it was not a purple one. Was that one from florida. So i didn't go with purple yet. Well i had. My first car was a camaro nine thousand nine hundred seventy seven. Camaro z twenty eight. All i pay nine hundred bucks for it. You can't get anything for nine hundred bucks now now so we're not school. The car had to drive. Why really considered upgrade. Because i also drove a mercury. Zephyr does z. E. p. h. y. Yeah yeah the four-door terrible car about for me. I was happy to have it But you know what it didn't have a reverse so gathering the school. Im's big type. Above way right. Chinese have done. I had the strategically at had to get to the school at the right time. So i could pull all the way through so you can pull out. So what would happen. If you go back up you just put a neutral and push it the my. I got a really strong left leg. And and my best buddy was a three hundred pound lineman off with nickname was reverse. Yeah ooh that baby. Oh man is that zephyr. Yea but. I didn't have that name like that here. That one has reversed. You didn't have that one. Yeah you never so tell you now. You're at alabama right. You've been through a lot in your life. you've faced all kind of adversity moving around and you go to the school. That has a lot of history. And that's what they late you know tall says history bonaly alabama's football history like how did that kind of hit you like when you walk in there and i mean there's just such history that hits you in the face when you go into alabam yes It did and i was annoyed. I was blessed to be able to get there And this goes into theme of story here. I guess because my first year there. So i didn't get red state richard. I was one of two people who do not get richard as freshman. So i came in. It was all business and went to school when football practice and that was kind of it. You know it well in class. And i was overwhelmed with everything had bill. Curry was coaching. Time right you all bryant there bryant ish kinda dude in italia fallen and it was just like man. This is bam you know kind of thing well. After my freshman year got fired some their coaching staff was gone. That's another former adversity. Felt like hit. Then oh gosh. who's coming in. They're gonna right. Gonna do you know blah blah blah and that man i was terrified about alabama new at that point was now we got new coaching staff ten. We know how people go after their own people on earth at all kind of winning Slot there for a minute Still played well. They ended up starting But it was think saying this to others that goes into the mindset of what you could have. It was very easy for me to go man. I need to transfer any leave. Coaches gone. i'll know is going in. You know like maybe we could happen today. You know new collegiate rules. But that wasn't really the. I won't alabama because one. I wanted to graduate from there too. I believe everything. They told me about the networking a good football the education. Yeah so say well. I'm stay here. And i'm just going to grind it out and try to win this spot. You know again on in so did work out. I was either ended up playing that year but that was another tough time for me. Sophomore junior year. Just make sure. I was there guy. Yeah that's it's never easy. It's never easy that's for sure. Hey everyone We're gonna take a quick commercial break but we're talking george teague wearing him back. And i want to hear about how he trance transitioned from corner to safety. Because i've a good friend that i coached that place. For the falcons transitioned from corner to linebackers. I wanna talk. George little bit about that but we'll be right back..
"george i" Discussed on I'm In Love With That Song
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