35 Burst results for "George Wallace"
Justin Fairfax Accuses Terry McAuliffe of Treating Him Like Emmett Till
"The old governor who's planning on running for governor again, and Justin Fairfax, the rapists lieutenant governor whose star rose in the Democrat Party after being Repeatedly accused of rape very credibly by women. He became more popular in the Democrat Party and yesterday just in Fairfax is black. And he accused Terri make awful of treating him like George Floyd. And he brought Emmett till into it, too remarkable stuff. These people, the racism that these people spread is just and keeping in mind. They're the party of Jefferson Davis and the Confederacy of Nathan Bedford Forrest in the clan. They're the party of everything awful every racial stain in the history of the country. Bull Connor and Orval Faubus and George Wallace and Robert Byrd and the Oh
Show #56 "Cadet to Comedy" Ross Bennett Shares! - burst 02
"You started off as a west coast comic and then switched over born and raised my younger years in a small town in western new york state. Nothing like i was in florida for a number of years. I was but i was never a new york city garlic and i remember being in l. a. at the comedy store around nineteen eighty one. These new york act started to come out when they were fully formed. Here i was trying to figure out how to do this shit. And when some seinfeld coming out fully formed just just pre prepared or george george. Wallace larry miller our. If there was there was a whole group of them that came out from new york all in that same year and they all had huge success. But as you mentioned they came out having already somewhat honed at least the beginning of their sets their material on the rough stages in new york and came to l. a. a somewhat already vested and you were coming up from sam cisco in la for more just getting started at that time my attitude was. I'm going to have to get to get good someplace. And wherever i get good. If i get out to l. a. it's gonna take me another year two years working in the l. a. So i said i might as well go to la and work on getting good there. Of course. I already had like attendant of that okay. I had an act was good enough to get me into the semi-finals the san francisco comedy competition. I had an act. It was good enough. That when freeman saw me he took me right over to greg. Book made me a regular day me spot. I enacted was good enough. That i could kill at the comedy store and when mitzi called me over she said don't let that fool you. You're not funny jamil. Brutal see was brutal. I haven't heard quite like that.
Boston Red Sox Use New Mercy Rule To Save Garrett Richards In First Inning Of Spring Training
"Sox pitcher Garrett Richards, his first spring training start, was bailed out by the new mercy. See rule the new rule of mercy rule in spring training that has allowed this year, so he got only one out during his first start, loading the bases and walking in a run through 23 pitches in the first inning. You're allowed to now pull a picture this spring after he has thrown 20 pitches regardless of how many outs or runners on base. There are also it was bailed out. Then he went back out, of course and tossed a 123 2nd inning. But Go out there after the manager sees you through a lot, and it's kind of a probably nice feeling. Probably got a lot of guys probably wish that could happen during the regular season. You know it as well. George Wallace Wtlv Sports
Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers hold off Green Bay Packers to punch Super Bowl ticket
"In credit George Wallace and now for the field goals already no more field goals. That's right, especially when you're down by a number of points need to score touchdowns. Yeah, Madam Flora's gonna be hearing that for quite some time. Aziz Green Bay falls to Tampa Bay. Of course, Going to the Super Bowl will play at home home team for the first time, and Patrick Holmes, the Kansas City Chiefs going back looking for a chance to repeat how about this guy's Patrick Mahomes was in kindergarten. When Tom Brady won his first Super Bowl time Ray's gonna hear a lot of those things I think over the next couple of weeks as they get set to face off in two weeks in Tampa, Aaron Rodgers, one of the next big question marks for him. He says he doesn't know what's next for him. And for the
"george wallace" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"There you go the book. Go look at his twitter feed. The book is Twitter and whatnot at george wallace dot net. So all right. Take care of yourselves seriously. Try to understand that. Most of us are in some sort of fairly deep. Ptsd and it's gonna take a bit little daunting the little weird. There's a space to it to darkness to it's still and also darkness to the reality we're living in. Even though the monsters gone right play guitar here. We'll dirty stuff okay. Oh Monkey the cat angels everywhere right.
"george wallace" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"It is a mountain the man. I don't know whether you've ever bombed i liked to have a good time on. So he's but. I was in the mountains and to forty five minutes. Who told me that. I could go to the mountains in front of all of of the jewish people to know all of the joy. The jokes the world and i has stock jokes. Somebody thought i could go up there and make one hundred dollars fifty dollars a night for forty five minutes with no realized right. I will not stage and i did my jokes. I got no laughs. No no loves for forty five minutes after all through kling kling kling kling. No distant heard. This was worse than my mother. Skin'll and driving from new york. Yeah your your heart died drums from new york to back in new york. I really really wanted to drive off the grid. No you don't understand. what bad is. It was bad man out. Believe me i. I've been doing this more than half my life. I definitely know what bad not. Not this is based on mean crying bad and got a little better than three years later. I went back up to the early. And i did you know and i did. I did a better job. Numbers all jewish lady. She was a waitress. There cut me on the shoulder. She says much better this time. So yes so. I did that. With the reverend. Learn and said the reverend the reverend died with the jews continued to do the reverend i got better and then i was so good. Selling advertising went out to los angeles to sell advertising. So i did that. I'd pose man. I went to universal. I put down a loss on the bus up at elton john up on the buses and new york city. I was good but so you never die. You're not one of these guys are like only stand up you you kind of have one foot in the regular world to have a financial cushion to do what i wanted to do on a brand new lincoln to make that money in some advertising in rags saw handle money to do it and when i started i had a car. If you got a car in new york city all other comedians were he got a call. He got a car driving them around drive on tokyo. Drive around and Did you guys. Were you doing road. Gigs here too. I mean we'll look things around new jersey. An out on the island and jerry jerry and paul reiser in Miller yeah i long enough. I was only there for six months because of my personality. I had people crazy in standing ovation. So once you get to be that good killing it to sell killing him. Maybe i should move to the bottom of another level. So that's took me out to los angeles. How very miller you talked to him. I haven't talked awhile last time. We went down to to come into magical. He's doing okay after his accident. You know okay good so so you move out to comedy and to sell advertising. I moved to do advertising. And and i got really to come into comedy store. They let you in mitzi. Let you in hollywood jason. What happened at one of doing. I'm like mr big shit in new york comic strip of catch rather than star and the improv and good times. I'm doing renfro rafferty. Rub it on. yeah i was doing. I don't know what you did. But i was up to seven sets night. Sure yeah running around doing three clubs. He do the which is yeah. Yeah yeah running up and down up and down so you can become good material once you get your timing. You become good. Hey and you only have to do fifteen minutes keep repeating. It should get better right and then sometimes you do it so much. That don't do their job already. Yes my with my fucked up. On joke i read. It is yes was. I'll give it up doing it again three times. So but when. I got to california on what to the comics comedy store. Yeah and seventy eight seventy seven okay. Seventy seven. I went on to come come to show was closed. Head to the in. Westwood robin williams. Everybody's got david letterman. We're all on stage together. And i want dishes on monday night and then i killed yup and i walked off stage and i want to trying to get a little approval. Hide writing. I do for my cloud. Boy boy doubles like pam. Like damn come. I am doing well. I did just killed it now. You can't work club size and fuck her. The next day i called him for scott's yeah five spots for the week in. I knew she was crazy. She just told me. Last time i could not work club right. Yeah and i call on tuesday. I get five spots for the rest of the and worked by ever. And i'm wanting to guys that worked at the communist and worked with improv. Back in the day they didn't want you to work both so in seventy seven. The roster's was like you and letterman leno. They were bigger than me. A may maypole. Paul mooney mooney. Lame bouzid owner. So many good good all of those guys are out there there you know yeah really cool But but watching. Richard pryor workout. That was also right. Did you get to talk to him. Come on he's really like what you do realize but he was awesome. I saw him get thing. I learned about him. I saw him bomb so bad for three weeks. He is sean bomb to while you wouldn't you wouldn't see wouldn't give in like me like do something. Funny he bombs so badly service last album things. Sunset live on sunset. Hey they do multiple no. Can't do bomo talk and it was so bad for three weeks was going well. This wasn't going to work the fourth week. Go but at least it's a little better than last week. How weak you go six weeks ago. Let's get his coming together and about after four months. Go like this motherfucker gotta show live on sunset daughter so that was a great learning process to watch him. He signed build it from nothing. Just yeah bomb. So i'm kinda used to bomb every night. People didn't know what the hell he was doing. He had used to clear the room. You got. I got an old tape. I when i was a doorman at the store in eighty seven. So i spend a lot of time. Yeah i spent a lot of time. Doing sam's coke eighty noli back. Then you didn't get to know me that well because by the time. Eight five hundred tonight show god. I was gone. Ditches like show nineteen seventy nine and the next night. I was opening for natalie cold front of seventeen thousand people. That was the one you kind of. Did it tonight show. You're gone people hard you so that was it. So that was the gig right. Because you didn't have the comedy clubs yet. You had to open for for musical acts. Yes over another coal work. Work for diana ross george benson smokey robinson. Helen reddy paul anka. I was tom jones to five years of dying with tom. Jones a loved it. I loved it. Because then i didn't i was working with donald. Ross don't let disco air. Yeah.
"george wallace" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Me. George orwell man. Of course i do you so much. Where are you at. At l. y. Conga you're down into anna sir. That is that where you come from. A born raised in atlanta. Yeah born and i'm right now. My condo was one mile from where i was born so you. Oh so you're living down there live in new york city. I live in las vegas. And i live in los angeles. You actually have you own places. And all those places i do. I own seventeen properties. I found myself Didn't do drugs you can't do. An era was making a lot of money in two thousand eight. Two thousand nine in las vegas and yeah and i just buying cheap properties and i really screwed up when the market is down. Make sure you buy man. You can buy a lot. You haven't been buying any new properties. No i have enough. I'm trying to get rid of them. Now i'm trying to get rid of the profit especially with my new york city because Maintenance is a bitch you know if new york is not your primary address they add another two and a half percent to your to your mate maintenance really yes maintenance maintenance is that's what i'm going to sell my place. How did they know when. You're not living there primarily just because a doorman rats you out. How did they know. Because when you file your taxes you have to you know you see in two places yes so you can't do that so atlanta you down there. I don't live. I'm just your sister. Quarantine done in march fourteen. You got all the most. My mom is all over the world. But i got a lot of family here in atlanta and so i'm here and i'm pretty strict about quarantining young in the house since march fourteenth bursts. Seldom i go out i am. My food is delivered to the door. My really grow freeze and our deliveries whatever. go to the doctor and i'm really scared to go to the doctor and not a shot man. Yeah you got the covid chung. You'll sir congratulations. Thank you so much. I call my doctor. Call them all and lied to him asap. The first one. Nobody could get it in one guy says i a dosage. You like to come in tomorrow morning at nine fifteen. We'll we'll bring you answer nine fifteen hours there and i'm glad i got it atlanta home of the cdc. So they're saying get it and a lot of african. American people is still a little shaky about getting because experiment. We went through many years ago but the simplest jobs took to tuskegee. Gile the tuskegee trials. Not good and it could be another child now. I don't know. I just know. I'm old and i got the shot. I won't be in the number. Well we're all in on it now if it's a trial it's on all of us george. This time we're all going down. Did you get the shot no. I'm not old enough. you'll fucker knew. City your sixty fifty seven bro. Fifty seven thirty seven both basis. So i did it and seinfeld. Got it on saturday where he gave you got it in new york city. Why is he old to healthy. So he's he's in the age group Yes it was amazing. Georgia was like number fifty on the list with worse condition. Just couldn't get. It wasn't distributed properly but it was around right. I mean it was around so you call it a few guys and you're like you know a guy's got some well call my doctor and i said that if you know anything let me know and through someway. Somehow he got dosages Went there. i'm so stupid you know. My job is to try to write jokes and shit. So i'm sitting there and i'm very cautious about my mask and my she'll our go where she'll glasses our everything but i didn't even. I shouldn't even say this. But i did cut a fart in the doctor's office and no of his patients have colbert's everybody smells her. They got up and walked. The folks love it. So that's that was their test for the day if they were if they were there for a covid test they got one from your ass. Get one so odd. Because i'd be thinking. I say you know what i'm gonna open up my own testing sites. Yeah so. I shouldn't be doing part jokes but but it did work. Hey you know. I talked to another comedian in england about fart jokes fart jokes have been around since the beginning of time. George fart jokes always work no matter how cheap they are. Everybody enjoys a fart joke. Would you say that again. That's another don't do part jokes. Why not people laugh at your data. You grew up in budgets. Always always always been there and they just as you get older people. Expect more out of you. That's what you always go with. What works the most simple simplicity. Or you want to be the fart guy. Do you want to be the farc guy. I'll talk about so much of the know me. I don't play by the rules anyway. I'll talk about anything. And everything. I really don't have a show. I'm quite nervous talking to you. Because i have absolutely nothing to talk about and i'm going to be with you like an hour. Well what the hell am i gonna say for an hour. I mean it is interesting. Because i i've known of you and about you and i've seen you around since since i started doing comedy. You know so. There's like it's one of those areas where your guy that i don't really know how you started but you know you were around in new york with that whole second wave a guys wall. You're so you're born in atlanta. And what happened. Where how how did you end up in new york. Let me tell you something. I really wanted to be a comedian. Since up a six years old why did you see risk felt oh yeah red skelton boso red skelton us a red box richard pryor i saw johnny carson on tv and milton. Berle a kid in high school. What i would do. I would hear these guys on. Tv on thursday night. I think there's an it was funny night on carson right. I'm going to the next one. I go to school without due to jokes and people would laugh hell. I didn't know you know. I listened to the party. Records with a red fox and judge markham and moms mabley and people. Jim issue parents have him years. They had them you know when they went away. They will call party record site because they were already. I got some of those you have. I've got some old red fox party records. Yeah records you got me records i do. I gotta do that man. I got my one of my favorite photos. I got all of my comedians. Comedians grow got richard. Pryor got jackie moms. Maybe i got a red fox even jay walkers on there. I got a lot of people with you pictures with you. Know now with me of them are a little older than i am. Even jay jay walker. I come along and company and three years earlier jay jay walker would not have had a job i know i can beat him out of that damn job so you started doing comedy in high school or no no. I am with georgia. I went to ohio. I needed a degree in transportation. How'd you decide on transportation. Because i always love troubling not bother travel and we went all over the country.
"george wallace" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"All right alleged. Do this how are you. What the fuck what. The fuck buddies. What the puck knicks. What's happening. i'm marc maron. This is my podcast. Rest in peace. Larry king one of the great interviewers passed away a few days ago. We re posted my conversation with him which was a little tense at the beginning but then it eased into something kind of great. So if you're not familiar with larry in that way as wary talking about larry. It's it's a nice experience and we do that here at At the shop we re post the talks. I had with people who passed away in in memory of them. It's not something i like to do. But it's something i'm happy to do. And it also reminds me of my own life experience of where. I was what i was doing. Two thousand and thirteen driving to beverly hills to talk to larry king who is upset with me because we had gotten times crossed up. I thought i was on time. He thought i was weight. But it's It's it's a moment in time and you know he will be missed but no one can say he didn't live a full life. It's always sad when people pass but it's a little more understandable when their oldest fuck but Yeah today on the show. I talked to george wallace. The comedian probably seen him doing standup somewhere. Even if you don't watch a lot of stand up he's he's been doing it everywhere for decades and now he's got a renewed popularity because of his twitter feed. He's got a new book out called bull twit and whatnot and Yeah i've talked to him. Sort of amazing. I haven't talked to him yet. He's a guy that started in new york. He's one of these guys you know when he come up as a comedian when of the the things you deal with depending on the club if there's a club that's old club that's been around for a long time. There are a few comedy clubs that come to mind. Certainly the comedy store here in los angeles but like zanies in nashville where there's just hundreds of headshots of people from back in the day and as a young comic when you work these clubs there were more than back in the day road. Club's at Lasted through the eighties. That had been there since the beginning. And you just walk around looking at these pictures and you wonder like what the who's zach. What happened that guy to do a used to do a joke about that about the about the comedy store when he walked into the comedy stories. Just like hundreds of ed shots the the gallery of sadness where you you play the game. Whatever happened to that guy probably ended. Okay maybe not. But whatever. But i just remember george wallace's picture at the comic strip in new york another one of those places where it was just a strange black and white promotional shot of him as a preacher and i was wondering like what was that about so that was interesting to talk to him about about that. I don't know what's going to happen. None of us do. I know we feel better. Now that we've been released from this hostage situation from this fucking that we've had to go through this toxic brain fucking american fascistic swarm but i do think i have to acknowledge. I don't know about you. But because of what i've experienced over the last year with the the death of someone i loved and the general condition of plague and donald trump's presidency is. I believe that. I am experiencing some ptsd. And i think we all are. And i think it's ongoing. I think we've adapted to this isolating life or to this walk down life and whoever you know however many of you having to go to work every day and live in that the sort of fear of that hopefully many of you who who need who are vulnerable. Who are older. I'm getting the vaccine and feeling a little bit more safety but there is a ptsd that we're going to have to through. I think i don't know how. I don't know where this goes but i just hope you're taking care of yourself. I have begun a meditation practice. That i've been told that i should do for years but i've been doing it and i've added some yoga to it back in the day. Not too far back but in the last decade i used to do yoga once a week. Some hot flow. Yoga would joe at the hollywood. Ymca and i haven't done it in years. But i bought a nice matin. I've got it right next to my bag. It out of bed. I do a few sun. Salutations and then. I sit cross legged and i throw on the head space app and i don't know if that's i. It's weird because i listened to that guy. Okay take a few deep breaths breathing in the nose out through your mouth okay. He gives you a little pep talk. Some kind creativity is something we all want to do. But i can't quite do his voice. But i'm finding that the guided meditation thing. You know where you're supposed to if you have a thought you know don't get mad. Whatever get back to your body get back in your breath but you know he's talking by gets your point with guided meditation where you like. I was right there. And then you had. What tell me to count my breath. Count you breaths up to ten in and out one two three. Just pay attention. I was i was in it. I was right there. I do seem to get there after about ten minutes of him when he says time to open your eyes. I'm like i just got in it. And now i've been staying in a little longer again. Don't know what it does. I don't want don't know what it's for. I don't know why. But i'm doing it because it can't fucking hurt and god knows i have the time and the guy need to stretch because i'm compulsively exercising to maintain my sanity and i'm fifty seven fucking years old and i wake up and i feel like i'm broken. I feel like the entire machine needs fucking oil. I feel like oh my god. Is this the way it's going to be for the rest of it so the yoga's helping the breathing's helping it's all helping but it's weird isn't it man it's weird there's a a creeping sadness still isn't there but i do know this now is the perfect time to turn your best idea into a new website and you should do it with squarespace. You'll find what you need whether you're showcasing you work blogging and publishing content selling products.
"george wallace" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Damn sexy for many people. Twenty twenty was the most challenging year of their lives. It brought a whole new range of experiences and emotions. People were scared. They were sad they were scattered. That's when you're so sad it scares you stuck at home for most of the year had another even stronger effect on people. They were forty as hell in march. Who had a historic spike in worldwide traffic and onlyfans a site that allows subscribers to directly message and pay their favorite performers is getting around two hundred thousand new users per day. Not everyone was baking bread during the pandemic. Some people were needing their own though were so thirsty for online porn. That even your grandma finally memorize the wifi password. And she can't even remember your name but you can only watch so many pizzas getting delivered by the pool boy to step mom who's also a cheerleader. Some people were so twenty twenty. They crossed the forbidden line. Getting lucky in lockdown match dot com put out their annual singles in america survey. Get this shows that one. In four americans turn toward their roommate for intimacy and sex during the pandemic. Wow those people must have been really lonely. Not because they were boning there remains. Because we're were filling out a survey on match dot com. I don't care how desperate i get. I will never stoop that low to.
"george wallace" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"The governor hundreds of protesters outside the now infamous max public house on staten island. Tonight demanding it open for business we our community. We take back our community. We're all together. I'll take back. Staten island tonight. Okay right away. I think we can all agree that this dude is behaving very white. Yes because it's a very white things to do to just declare yourself an independent. If you don't like the law. I mean the american revolution was basically white guy. Saying i'll drink chain when. I want to drink tea. Got to quiz. Tammy's high t i want. What if i were not or not. What about coffee not to mention. He just declared himself autonomous in front of an american flag. I love these kinds of people and they always wanted both ways. America's tyrannical so i declare myself independent. You will say for real men. White people never cease to amaze me. I mean they will follow all the rules of escape the room to the letter but the moment you ask them to where mosque they turn into freedom fighters. Where was that freedom loving attitude. When i try to pick the luck instead of searching for clues. Hot chad ha chad now. Eventually the police did come to shut down the spa and that my friends is when denny. He's luck rarely started that defiant general manager. Staten island bar was released without bail after he was arrested for hitting sheriff's deputy with his car. This weekend deputies tried to arrest danny prestige after he allowed people to gather at max public house when it was supposed to be shut down when they followed him up the block to his cars. They say he ran and drove off hitting a deputy who rolled onto his hood. And despite this surveillance video that shows the incident press team has a different version of what happened when the investigation is complete. You're gonna find out that. I did nothing wrong weight. Then do to so lucky his wife you can you imagine cup. Say you hit one of them with your car and then you get released without bail. No bail misbelief if he was black. Those cups would have dragged him out of his car. Beat the shit out of him and then beat the shit out of his car and you got to appreciate how he's saying. An investigation is complete. You'll see that. I did nothing wrong. A man you're on video the investigation's all but less than five seconds is just did the investigation and they show your s drive into some police case closed so instead of being punished for plowing into a cop. This guy gets away with it like. He's in grand theft auto. And it's even better than that at least in grand theft auto. You got to go into hiding for a bit before. You're safe no. This guy immediately went to brag about it on fox news. And i'm looking at your business and you're getting killed and these restrictions i mean. Do people really understand your heart. Life and soul is involved in this sir. I just want to say. I applaud a lot of these small business. Owners that peacefully push back against this because they have no other recourse show. you is. People are frustrated and they're protective and they feel like the government is not looking out for by. Should reveal this danny. But i actually know cops that are telling you privately whispering new year. They don't wanna do this to you. There'd be forced to and. I'm really sorry that you're going through all those to be very honest boy. You so lucky white. This dude has a whole network apologizing to him for running over. Wha- policemen policemen any network for fox. News fox away stands with cops against black people but when it's a white guy suddenly fox goes breaking news. The police smoke weed every day. They even told him he was peacefully pushing back when he was pushing with his car. Your you serious right now when black people just walk in the street fox causing a riot but this white guy drives into a cup and police officer officer of the law and fox. News is like now this is. This is a hit and run. This is a hit and run. That martin. Luther king junior would've been proud of but i've got one question for you. Fox news. what happened to blue lives matter what happened to blue lars matter. I guess technically it's blue lives. Matter is above black lives matter but the number one thing is wide lives matter. It's this guy. Declares himself above the law hosts potential superspreader parties at his ball treat. The police like bowling pins and now he's a fox news hero. There is nothing to say except my man. You're so lucky you're white or are we gonna take a quick break but when we come back michael kosta will give us his idea on how to deal with the nightmare. That was twenty twenty. And then we'll look back on why everyone wanted to smash because of twenty twenty..
Houston Rockets agree to trade Russell Westbrook to Washington for John Wall and a first-round draft pick
"Wand and poof, There goes John Wall. George Wallace. Terry go. That's right. You know nothing like waiting till the last minute right as the seasons getting ready to start up. Training camp this week. Individual workouts, followed by team workouts and now John Wall heading to the Houston Rockets. Couple weeks ago, We heard the rumor that the two sides had talked and both players look. Both players wanted out to Houston. Russell Westbrook wanted out and John Wall reportedly had wanted to trade as well. And now that his deal is done wall for Russell Westbrook Wizards also giving up a lottery protected first round pick. For next year. So the end look. Russell Westbrook, former league MVP, reunited with Scott Brooks. We played for seven years of the Oklahoma City thunder, Not a bad pick up, not a bad pick up at all. Now we'll get to see him with And you know what a determined Maybe Russell Westbrook, who was motivated to get out of Houston. Now he gets a chance to play with Bradley Beal, who, by the way could be a free agent next year. So now hopefully he doesn't want to test the free agent waters. Now with Russell Westbrook in town or schedule here from Bradley Beal tomorrow during training camp, and we'll get his reaction to the deal that John Wall is now heading to the Houston Rockets and Russell Westbrook to D. C Wednesday afternoon
"george wallace" Discussed on WTOP
"T. O. P is George Wallace has the details from FedEx Field? I robbed Washington snaps a five game losing streak meets Cowboys 25 to 3. Kyle Allen throws a couple of touchdown passes one of 52 yards to Terry McLaurin, the other 1 15 yards to Logan, Thomas Antonio Gibson, 128 yards on the ground and a touchdown. Andy Dalton was knocked out of this game by John Bostick was ejected. Banducci comes in out of James Madison to finish the game. Don't did threw an interception before he left physically. Just 12 carries 45 yards. In Washington sacking Dallas quarterbacks six times on the day 25 to 3 the final both teams now two and five. Washington on a by next week All right. Thank you, George. And a happy birthday, too. To sports Legends in D, C. Juan Soto and the man you just heard George Wallace. No Happy birthday. Yeah. Thie Ravens on there by this week, but the Steelers win the battle of undefeated teams in Tennessee. They edges heightens 27 24 2 games were just one on last second touchdowns just moments ago. Matthew Stafford. He is the anti Falcons folks. He engineered a last second touchdown drive to lead Detroit. 23 22 win in Atlanta and Baker Mayfield throwing a last second touchdown to lead the Browns threw a 38 34 win in Cincinnati. Despite losing Odell Beckham to any injury early in the game, hey, did not return down a level. Indiana's upset of Penn State's has them in the top 25 at number 17 that is one spot ahead of the Nittany Lions. Clemson and Alabama hold at one and two, while Ohio State moved up to number three. Virginia text lost a Wake Forest pushed them out of the rankings engulf Justin Thomas leads the final round of the Zozo Championship at 21 under that is good for a one stroke lead over John Graham Tiger Woods toward the back of the pack. He is just one under for the tournament tonight. It is that pivotal Game five of the World Series Clayton Kershaw, taking the mound for the Dodgers opposite the Rays. Tyler Glass. Now that's an 808 start. Rob would forget w t o p sports. Thank you, Robyn. Just ahead here on W GOP, more Maryland money to help the state's small businesses on Kate Ryan for 17. Are you single and surviving this pandemic all alone? Do you wonder how you're going to meet new people and even date as the world begins to open back up? Are you over online dating and virtual gatherings, Then it's time you joined my social calendar. My social calendar is a nationwide events Club for singles that's been around for 10 years. You could meet people face to face while hiking, hot air ballooning, going to cooking classes or attending a wine tasting. You name it. Best of all is better than online. Dating my social calendar plans over 20 events a month for single people to get out of the house and make new friends seriously. When was the.
"george wallace" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"In my assistance down to cut it down to one hundred, forty characters because sometimes I tend to write my tortoise completely different than my. Than my comedy because I'm different rebel. Just. Do things differently. You know you know especially grown up does a poor kid no when I was a kid. My dog only had one Rabi. You understand about being course. We had a choice. We all watch law. Order, we couldn't. We never knew that was a son. I was. At. SAMFORD okay. Because I do stupid shit. Yeah. So you I want to ask you about some of your recent tweets and if you remember what made you do it like so you met you recently tweeted grew up so poor we're only watch law order. How does how did that come to you? They like let me write that down. That's that's like when I grow on people. So we were so poor. We're going even aboard the Oh and you just thought you'd only on the second we will. So you just don't have little things like that and they started to click in your head and then you start to think about other things people say like I'm a rebel, I don't play by the rules are do you know I'll drink half glass of whole milk? Whole glass half an ass I don't give a shit. Me Latoya Mason Sing Tao. These are not funny when I do not funny. The replies a funny. Lady told me Mr Wallace you say, you drink a half, a glass of whole milk and the whole. Half. You may not give a shit you're going to take one so so That's what it gets. Good I did shut out to the top five bands. I did Peter Pan did pandemic I did black shot Tan I did. Whatever it is one of my replies you back how `Bout Guy all that stuff that that throws maple loop for when people could. Just have like this week I. Think he tweeted Australia check my Mike at the cow check and check my tooth during a bike check i. don't really I don't give a shit anymore. Do you remember Cathy? Does my John. Nelson. Sit Back and put things together like that. The cowboys and the nickel make a choice when the shit goes down between the cow in the boys. Someone will have to make a decision who you with here I I don't give a shit anymore. I'll drinker out eat pancakes out of a cup and cup kicks out of a Pan I don't give a shit. Okay. I'll eat French toast in London and an English muffin in France I don't play by the rules I don't give out take a refrigerator manion and put read on other I don't give a shit I don't play by the rules. how did you land on doing the top fives recently did a shadow top five foot in the world big lucky rabbit's shooting yourself in the athletes in my left added you land on that format I don't know I just grow into them. I just go into a Milky Listrik with this for awhile top by words top-five. I'll get into something else. I don't give a shit. What is it got to book here ready to go I'll straight up on a book. Australia on on a boogie board, I'll boogie on and on and boards Shit I don't you know the book is about eight months old I don't what do it right so it's all good that what is it up straight up hands on a guidebook and God's Handbook so I don't even know what I'm saying to him. I don't even know funny sometime I'll just list you. Do you feel like if a person around. If they only read your tweets do you feel like they're getting a? A specific sample of who you are as a comedian like, do you feel like you have a new set of who? Still are getting the George Wallace experience like do you feel like this? You know they're ramblings they're stupid. You feel like it's representative of you. Yes, it's a new set of fans that sing a different side of George. Wallace that were to come to the show. They might go like am I do some tweets might not. But they. Exchanged to make something funny in one, hundred, forty characters. is, different. Yeah and then you pick up another sense of humor. 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You are loved and thank you for being you and thank you for putting smiles on people's face as in the book base sixty to honor your essence on your show people you love. What you do. And when you love what you do, the money will come don't worry about it when you love what you do, the money will come. Do you have a favorite joke of yours or best joke or jokes that you imagine you'd want printed in a you know some obituary to be morbid or you want on your wikipedia page is the George Wallace Joke I. Don't know. I'm doing a job right now about people saying stupid stuff here too late on. Said, she said I, feel comfortable in my own skin. Well. Like you had a choice like you. You never try to about skin. So I You don't know I'm no I feel much better than Jeff. Basil Skin I'm pretty sure that. Feel real good and over skin then I then. I. Get to live as. Art Good Good L. Shopping Skin. is going to be a little tight but. 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"george wallace" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Stupid things. Somebody last night I got some exactly like that. Only different. Found like depth going to give you some great advantage. All allies in the phrase? The grass is always greener. Grass. Some stupid thing. My girlfriend coming over the justice I'm beating my head against the wall you. I don't do that. And people are saying stupid things all over the world. To. Here tonight. One Guy said the other guy it makes you feel like you've been hit by not trump. Who Do we know? That can tell us how it feels to be hit by. A Metro I think Ford Ranger will do a real good job. People save stupid things. Never, kick a man when he's down. Can you tell me a better time. To, kick a May. Put is just that much closer to. Chicago Tribune they said a man was in the hospital he had an unexpected habitat. Unexpected. As opposed to what? About Rama Golf. Okay. But we're going to have to get it in before eleven thirty. Expect heart attack on new. Say stupid things. A man down on an airplane not too long ago they.
George Wallace's Stupid Stuff
"People say stupid stuff I'm working lady just ran in it's raining outside. What the hell else would it be raining people say stupid stuff. I'm walking street Madison Mr Wallace you down. Something? Wrong. With you people in Montreal.
"george wallace" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Fox. Each episode I guess comes on to play a clip of their jokes and then discusses how they wrote it and how it fits into what they're trying to do with their comedy. This week's guest is the God. Dang legend George Wallace George Wallace who was born Henry Wallace changes name for SAG, reasons starting to comedy the same day literally the same day in the late nineteen seventies as his future best friend Jerry Seinfeld. Like Jerry George just has a joke writers. They go through the world like like Terminator and everything they see just sort of gets through as a joke it must be very frustrating as a way of living, but it is. The reason why they're able to be so prolific. So George never wanted a sitcom of his own, but but just like Jerry did find a way to remain relevant for nearly fifty years, which is. Unbelievable when you think about it. For, while he was one of the country's most in demand stand-ups but more recently, Georgia's found new audience on twitter because. In my opinion is the best twitter feed to follow. It's hard to describe why he While everyone else is sort of screaming about whatever the thing to scream about is that day he's like consistently so silly and so a world in his own that like every tweet see from him is like a breath of fresh air and literally if you aren't even on twitter, you should just periodically just go in and check his tweets. It rules. For today's episode, I asked George to send me a joke. You know like, I. Always. Do in response his team semi a really long super cut of him doing a variety of jokes under one theme one catchphrase which was stupid stuff. George throughout his career has had a variety of catchphrases phrases I think in his probably his most well known. And he'll have these frames and it was sort of right like hundreds of jokes that fit under it that he can sort of feed in and out depending on how the audiences responding depending on what context season and. So. It's important to note that the clips are all from different shows in different venues is that that is something we talk about a lot in the interview to explain the first clip is from two thousand, sixteen, an appearance he did at the Montreal just for laughs festival, which is the comedy industry's biggest event every normal year the next one was filmed in two fourteen as he is wrapping up his historic ten year run at the Flamingo in Las Vegas, which at the time earned him the nickname of the new Mr Vegas. Then it's walls two thousand eleven appearing ED support the troops event for the Debbie e than two, thousand ten, which is walls on Craig Ferguson. Galway back to walls as nineteen ninety-two appearance on Def comedy jam followed lastly by walls. Nineteen ninety-one HBO. One night. Stand special. On display is how a master works a joke you know it's It's really a matter of having interest a huge report why I've heard George say that he essentially has like five six hours worth of jokes and he just decides what to tell based on how the nate's going and. That is what the communities of his generation were trained to do, which is this right jokes over and over again about as many things as possible. There are few comedians ever who were as good as it as Georgia's. So here is George Wallace. If, you can't laugh listen you can't laugh in a where did you know that people say.
'Forrest Gump' author Winston Groom dead at 77
"Author Winston groom writer of Forrest Gump has died at seventy seven Winston groom's novel Forrest Gump about a slow witted Alabama man who took part in or witness key historic events in the second half of the twentieth century became a cultural hit in nineteen ninety four when Tom Hanks starred in the Oscar winning film my mom always told me that miracles happen everyday some people don't think so but they do go up was on the university of Alabama campus during governor George Wallace's stand in the schoolhouse door just says groom was before he graduated in nineteen sixty five god was a Vietnam vet as was groom the character also met with president Kennedy and Nixon and John Lennon mayor Karin Wilson a Fairhope Alabama said in a message posted on social media groom died at that south Alabama town where he lived he was seventy seven I'm Tim acquire
Washington Capitals hire Peter Laviolette, who won Stanley Cup with Carolina Hurricanes in 2006, as coach
"George Wallace. What you're talking about. Well, Hillary, the capital, 70 head coach. That's what we're talking about. Peter Laviolette being introduced the media right now is the 19th Coach. Capitals history 18 years of experience. Now is a new home. I couldn't be happier to be here. My family couldn't be happier got so memory, many memories going into Washington and listening to the fan base, and the fans get behind their team and I'm pretty excited to have have that on my side. And now you want to Stanley Cup with Carolina has also taken Nashville in Philadelphia to the Stanley Cup final as well. So Peter Laviolette, now behind the bench in
Old Dominion canceling fall sports season
"Know George Wallace. So, Debbie, let's Sokolow College football. Shall we? The still waiting word? After the power five conferences meeting yesterday, and there's Momenta MME towards canceling the football season. Big 10. Reportedly ready to do it any minute now could be today could be tomorrow. According to multiple reports, o d U is canceling its fall season on its own sighting. Of course, the Koven 19 pandemics, so they're not waiting for a conference. To do. Its old Dominion will not participate in fall sports and we could get other news. From the other conferences a soon as today.
"george wallace" Discussed on Radio Diaries
"george wallace" Discussed on Radio Diaries
"It may sound familiar. We're actually going back more than five decades on the show today to a time when Alabama governor four time presidential candidate George. Wallace was perfecting the politics of resentment and race baiting. Lot of people have commented on the similarities between that time, and now John Lewis was one of them. Louis, of course, was the legendary civil rights leader Congressman who died last month you'll hear his words later on the show. Lewis surprising take on Wallace. He questioned if Wallace actually believed outweigh things he was saying. Lewis Theory is that George Wallace was a savvy politician and he knew just what to say to get ahead. George Wallace. His political career as a moderate with black support, the end Lacey Pe- even backed him in his first bid for governor. But after he was defeated nineteen fifty eight following the Montgomery bus boycott in the Supreme Court decision in Brown versus board of Education Wallace course in his next election Wallace rebranded himself and one. As, he stepped up to the podium at his inauguration in nineteen sixty, three wallace delivered. One of the most vehement rallying cries against racial equality in American history. Segregation now segregation tomorrow segregation forever. Whatever may have really been in George Wallace's heart before that day and in his later years that one single sentence became his legacy. Today in the show, the infamous words of George Wallace. My name is Wayne Green Hall. I always a newspaper reporter in Montgomery Alabama back in the nineteen sixties, I was a student activist and my name is Dr James Vpo Junior. My name is Dan. Carter. I wrote a biography of George Wallace, my name is. Lewis. I'm a member of the House of Representatives. And I. Remember the speech farewell. Beta. This is the way they are mine all. Governor of the State of Alabama George Wallace was inaugurated on the steps of the capital. The streets were packed all his followers all over the state crowding around the platform. And many of them wearing these white flowers which were meant to symbolize their commitment to white supremacy blacks were not invited to a tin was open to the public anyone in the public, but we were not the public. All of the major networks cover his inaugural address national television and that really catapulted him onto the national scene. So he proceeds to milk for everything that he can. Method back to Washington. Representatives who are here with us today that from this day we are standing up. And they he'll appear in does not fit the next on upright man. Putting on a show. He marched back and forth shook his fist. He was promised and he was going to stand alone for the southern calls the calls of the white people. Vehement it's mean-spirited is hateful. But how he said it was magnificent. Amalgamated into the one unit. As advocated by the Communist philosopher. Then the enrichment of our lives, the freedom of our development is found forever. Come down for a Mongol unit of one. Race. The white southerners who were standing out there in that freezing cold stomping their feet finally there was somebody who was saying what they felt, who is expressing their deepest fears about what's going to happen Hey. Somebody Express. It and Wallace was the one that did it. He said no matter what Supreme Court said and Brown versus the Board of Education. No matter what the federal government is saying we will continue to exercise states rights and we will continue to segregate. Let us after the car freedom-loving blood that is in. and. Answer to the caring and it. CAME FROM person. Might Governor? Elected official was saying in effect you. Would not welcome. You would not welcome in the name of the greatest people that have ever car. Bro The line in the dust. and. Before. The feet of tyranny and I say segregation now segregation tomorrow and Keurig Asian for her. Words can be very powerful. Words can be dangerous. Governor Wallace, never pull the trigger he never find the guy. But in his speech, he created environment for others to pull the trigger. In today's two weeks and months to come. We began to feel the sting of the speech. People, Night Ryan and burning. Crosses. The police beat down people and ran over them with horses. Put Tear gas on him. Later. During the same year, we witnessed the bombing of church. Will Fuller girls were killed on Sunday morning. This. was a very difficult and dog time in the American south..
Obama urges Americans to honor John Lewis' legacy by voting
"For the funeral of Congressman John Lewis rose to its feet with an up roar of applause during a eulogy from former President Barack Obama. Mr Obama talked about the selfless sacrifice of the civil rights leader and that the voting rights he fought for our under siege by President Trump, who's floating the idea of delaying the election. Joining us live to talk about CBS analyst Leonard Steinhorn. Great to have you, Leonard? Happy to be here so to other presidents were on hand. But it was poor former President Obama, who offered this impassioned defense of democratic ideals that he says are being threatened. He's been more outspoken, but not like this. Can you talk about it? Look essentially what President Obama was saying is, if we wanna honor John Lewis's legacy, truly honor it. We need to finish the work of John Lewis's lifetime. Which is to ensure voting rights, for all with no obstacles in anyone's way and in effect. What he did with his rhetoric is he entered the political fray not directly not through partisan attacks, but with clear and pointed assaults on those Particularly Republicans, who were doing exactly what John Lewis fought against all of his life, which is to undermine the voting rights of the American people, So he did it through lofty and impassioned rhetoric. But his message was clear. He was definitely part former president and part preacher today, talking about the protests as well, something that Louis energized in his day is a civil rights leader, nearly losing his life in the fight. Can you characterize what Mr Obama said, and its relevance at this moment in history? So, in essence, what President Obama did was draw a straight line from Bloody Sunday on the Edmund Pettus Bridge from Bull Connor in Birmingham. ER, George Wallace. The black lives matter. And the civil rights struggles of today are voting rights struggles of today. So you know, he basically said Bull Connor may be gone, But today we witness with our own eyes, police officers. Kneeling on the next of black Americans. George Wallace may be gone. But then, he said he worries about the federal government's sending agents to use tear gas and batons against peaceful demonstrators. Clearly referencing what happened in Lafayette Square when President Trump wanted to go to the church and hold up his Bible. So he drew a straight line from John Lewis in the 19 sixties tow what's happening today, and clearly, that was a strong message that this next generation now has to take the torch. And continue on with the fight that John Lewis began when he was just Ah, young, a young man in 1960 CBS News political analyst Leonard Steinhorn Thanks so much for being here. Thanks Always. By the
Delle Donne hurt that request denied by panel of doctors
"What's happening with George Wallace. Alright, Debbie. We know that the WN BA denying Elena delle Donne's request to opt out of the season due to Lyme disease panel of doctors decided that she was not high risk, and she should be permitted to play in the bubble While she spoke out today for the first time on the player's Tribune, said that the panel never once spoke to her or her doctors, and now she's left with two choices. Risk her life or forfeit her paycheck, says she takes 64 pills a day for Lyme disease, also says she has not made her decision yet. It is carefully weighing her options as the Mystics getting stuff for the WN BA season.
NHL postpones draft, scouting combine, awards
"Dayton and the NHL officially announcing they are postponing the scouting combine the awards at the end of the year and the entry draft as of now George Wallace the
"george wallace" Discussed on 1A
"A. I'm Todd Willie Broadcasting from WBZ H. M. in Birmingham Alabama. I have stood for one. Jefferson Davis stood and a lot of people. It is very appropriate from this cradle of comparison. This part of the Anglo Saxon south land in the dust and I say segregation now. Tamara and Sarah Gatien for George Wallace. During his inauguration as governor of Alabama in one thousand nine hundred sixty three that very year George Wallace tried to stop the integration of the University of Alabama and. He tried to stop it himself. George Wallace famously stood in the doorway foster auditorium on the school's campus to block two black students. Vivian Malone and James Hood from entering despite this history wallace. His name still appears on buildings all across Alabama including the Bell Wallace Gymnasium on the University of Alabama campus. Right here in Birmingham later. We're going to talk about Wallace's influence on shaping American populism and how his legacy has reverberated across all of America. Not just in the south but first we start here at the University of Alabama at Birmingham where some students say. They don't agree with having a building named for George Wallace on their campus. Here to talk with us about George. Wallace's legacy is a current student organizer at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Sri Apocryphal Shrill. Welcome to one A. Thank you so much. You're having talk a little bit about the controversy around the building. I mentioned the Bell Wallace Gymnasium on the grounds of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. So like you said. It's building is named after George Wallace. Who is famous segregationist This building isn't widely used for classes currently but it's still very visible on campus and is very much a s students enter the campus for the first time as their touring is something that comes up often or the freshman year on campus. They noticed this building and they ask. Why is there a building named after segregationist on campus as diverse and promisingly inclusive as? Uab is and so. This is a conversation that continuously comes up to him. You say you say it comes up a lot. It's not it's not one or two people knocking on the door of the student union. I mean it comes up a lot among students. What do they what do they say when they say why George Wallace? Why does it say that they primarily start with our student body aside diverse and UAB claims to be very diverse and inclusive university from having programs centered around diversity departments around diversity inclusion and so having this building named after George Wallace does doesn't align with what the university claims to promote well? There's another building on campus named for Lister Hill. Who is a congressman from the fifties and sixties? Who signed the southern manifesto vowing to oppose integration of public places? Have there been any moves if not to change these names to acknowledge the segregation that these politicians espoused. What's it looked like on campus? So there's no movement around Lister Hill currently but there's a wider went around George Wallace and I'm part of a student Coalition called students for justice in Birmingham along with other three other student activists and we are working to implement human rights trail on campus. That would mark fourteen different locations on campus. Where historical civil rights movement situations occurred from Integrating UAB to the funerals of the three of the four girls who were murdered and that Sixteenth Street Baptist Church and we hope to place marker at the George Wallace building saying the holistic story of George Wallace from saying that he donated a lot of money to ABC kind of made the university what it is today by donating lots of money and furthering its medical enterprise in everything but also acknowledging that he was a segregationist and would not have agreed with a majority of the students population just for because of who they are. So what you're talking about is an effort from the perspective of you and your allies to tell the full story of George Wallace. Not just you see buildings named after someone you assume. That must've been a grand person. Who was great for my state or the state where I go to school you. You're not talking about scrubbing that. Name in Alabama. You're talking about a a fuller story so my the student group I'm part of we are working on the markers while we stand in support with removing the name. That's not the initiative that we're currently working on ourselves but we support the effort to remove the name. We got this voice mail from a listener. Who grew up in Alabama when George Wallace was governor? And here's what they had to say about. The buildings that are still named for him across the state today. Problems born and raised in Alabama in the fifties and sixties and I was there during all of that. The integration of the University and George Wallace being voted in and then his accident so I don't see a problem with those buildings being named after him because he apologized publicly to the African American. Well is black then community. Sure what do you think about what Laura has to say? That George Wallace apologized to the black community in Alabama that he had something of an emotional reckoning and Tried to make amends in front of the Public. And so that that is part of his legacy. That story is being told and so that keeping the names of the buildings is part of that. And that it's okay. Well I'm not blacks. I can't speak to the black experience or the perceptions that black people may have. It's his apology. But from my experience and from the many conversations I've had with black students and students have other marshals backgrounds on campus students primarily. See His name being on the building as a threat or makes it very uncomfortable for students to enter campus even though he apologized to the community in his later years. That wasn't his later. Years and that apology doesn't absolve everything he did when he was governor when he was making these very harmful remarks that really damaged and terrorized a lot of people or lead to the continuing continuation terrorisation. So I personally don't believe that a apology. Near the end of his life totally absolves him everything he said before And I don't know if he had from my personal experience from what I've read about him in everything I don't know if he did enough work in the leader Lee years of his life to make up sort of what he had said earlier so sure whether or not the names of the buildings come off or whether or not there are plaques or or a more fulsome telling of George Wallace story around campus. Do you feel that at the very least your activism in that of your? Your colleagues has fostered a broader conversation among campaigner students. Talking about it among each other our white students talking about its students who are from Alabama. Who maybe it's possible before they got to. The university never heard anyone say critical word about George Wallace. I would hope so Do you think it's happening? I think it is. I think our work. We've been keeping it under wraps for a long time because we've been trying to figure out finances and funding and things of that nature when we started becoming bar public about her work and talking to more students about it. We've received very very positive feedback and a lot of suggestions on what we should include next on such as including the names of the native American communities that used to reside on ABC's land before it was occupied by white settlers. So we've received a lot of great feedback from Black White Asian students Hispanic students and so I hope to continue receiving that in the future and breeding conversation on campus and continuous initiative to not only include the markers but also programs and other implementation campus. I would continue the conversation. And what about those history professors they encouraging you as? Well yes yes. Faculty Advisory Board and. They've been extremely extremely supportive and encouraging of that's good to hear a stray. Apocryphal is a student activist on the campus. Of the University of Alabama. At Birmingham there are buildings and plaques all over the campus commemorating former governor George C Wallace segregationist governor of the civil rights era who proclaimed segregation now segregation forever. Trae I wanNA thank you for broadening the conversation to us. Thank you for me. Well coming up. We're going to ask some new voices. Continue the conversation about the legacy of George Wallace in what it means in.
Those They Left Behind: The Victims of Roy Melanson
"His cabin they stopped at a gas station to put some air in the leaky tire and they had to buy some more beer because they're all out and it continued on their driver car jerked so the two men the shows with that day no surprise turned out to be Chuck Mathews in Roy Melanson so chuck gone out of the car underneath the chassis and so that Iraq had put a hole in the oil pan so michelle offered to give them in a ride in her car when they made it to town got to her car matthews got into the backseat with oak and Melanson wrote up front with Michelle Michelle drove them back to gunnison asmir thieves bonded with Oak Michelle Cherif Melanson yes it was late afternoon they arrived back at the Columbine Bar Matthews was really surprised though because then he overheard Melanson asked Michelle if she could drive him a few more blocks to where he left his truck now he hadn't even mentioned a truck Matthews Matthews didn't think he had a truck I mean if he had a truck why they've been riding around in his old terrible junker were to prove in itself untrustworthy in absolutely breaking down and leaking air and stuff that's terrible so that's a good question where we take in my old junker but he didn't say anything in Melanson told Matthews he'd be back in a while and rode off in the passenger seat of Michelle's car so matthew went into the bar but he was confused and he decided he'd wait for Melanson to come back and maybe he could give him a ride home in his truck but when Melanson and returned by nine pm matthews called a friend to pick him up and he thought that would be the last seat here this whole thing but the next morning Melanson Grove Michelle Wallace's Redman Asta station wagon to the JC penney storing gunnison and he wrote a fraudulent check to purchase a dress shirt and pants Georgia and Megan Wallace Michelle's parents were back in Chicago thinking that everything was Fine Michelle was alive and well and would be back soon they were really happy that she was going to working as a photographer in North Carolina but September second came and went without a call from Michelle and she promised Maggie that she would call her that day so Maggie called the sheriff in Gunnison to report Michelle Missing Ecorse it had only been a couple of days she was an adult so the dispatcher told her not to worry her daughter and probably just decided to camp for another day or two forgot to collar but Maggie knew better she knew Michelle and she insisted that Michelle would never do that so she persisted and she actually got the sheriff's Department to talk to her and to search scofield part so the next one warning the under sheriff went to Michelle's apartment and saw that she had never returned from her trip so they figure that Michelle could have had an accident the rugged country so the undersheriff co the crested Butte Police Department an SM to look for her car they call them back that evening saying there's no sign ever car. The Maggie's calling repeatedly she's just worried sick a massive search was started by the gunnison sheriff the crested butte police department and the Civil Air Patrol rose also many volunteers helping in the search also Michelle's remained gave the police Michelle's hairbrush I glass says to hold his evidence and this would pay off much later not right away because we're in nineteen seventy four technology and advancements in science in a long way to go through certainly did very minimal right right so it was on September six when Chuck Mathews heard about a missing girl on the radio and we heard the description of Michelle in her dog along with her last known whereabouts he knew that she was a young woman that he had met with Melanson on August thirtieth but of course all he knows about Melanson is his first name was Roy so matthews called the sheriff's department and gave them a description of Michelle of her dog and of her Red Mazda wagon the last time he had seen her was outside of the Columbine bar she drove away with a man who the only numerous Roy and this really sounded bad this made the case sound a lot worse were here it should have been less seen with a man she really didn't know right she just met no one knew who roy was or afraid even his real name then the next day ranch called the sheriff's Department to report that he had shot and killed a dog on September fourth in his dog matched oak description he'd get the thanks caller which had a tag with shells name on it and other people called until the sheriff that they'd seen the dog wandering around in the area since August thirty first again bad news because Michelle and oak had been inseparable yes she's missing in her dog is dead so it's really looking like foul play frakes but a fora was contacted after Chuck Matthews told the police that Roy had told him he had been killing coyotes for a sheep rancher in Scholefield Park Spatafora told them that he had employed Roy and he knew his last name it was worry Melanson regarded her name mill food yeah yeah but of course Melanson had left the area he had arrived in Pueblo and Michelle's Mazda on August thirty first and he had spent the night with sally the fourteen year old and got one of her sisters to drive him to where he had parked the Mazda he told her that a friend had left it there for him to us so at this point I really have to question Sally's mother Lucille Burdens judgment here what the Hell's going on it's almost like she's prostituting her daughter you know well he's kind of staying at their house it's very weird and I don't know where the father was I know he was working it didn't ever come home and see what's going on it's really strange disturbing situation that's an understatement for this time though Melanson seemed to be doing much better financially than the last time the Burton girls had seen him he had new clothes new camping equipment and a really nice camera now salad use the camp took a picture of Melanson laying on the couch behind one of her friends yes oh what's this man doing in the House with these teenage girls laying on the couch it's also creepy Dick I just don't understand it we don't have any information or any any reasons why her mother true things the way she do now I mean what I've read about the case there was always just the idea that he was such a smooth talker in so convincing but to me nobody's that convincing that you're going to let him hang around your fourteen year old weird hat royals yeah Melanson didn't stay in Pueblo very long on September eighth in Cedar Falls Iowa when he was there he joined Michelle's camera backpack and sleeping bag than in elk city Iowa he made a guy named Thurman Wilder in a bar and the two started talking while they're told him that he was a heavy equipment raider looking for a job and Melanson told him that he had a friend in Pueblo who owned a construction company and he was sure that his friend would hire wilder I think he was just trying to get a ride there I guess he was always trying to get something from someone he was with the conman are always still have was in his white Cadillac and when they got to Amarillo Texas Melanson duck the Mazda and he ended up writing the rest of the trip with wilder in the Cadillac Hitt told wilder that his car needed repairs and he was taking it to shop and they'd pick it up on the way back then on September twelfth an anonymous caller are reported a suspicious white cadillac that was hanging around a high school and the Cadillac was pulled over and Melanson said that he and Wilder just waiting to pick up Sally Burton at school which is pretty creepy right there your suit is but when Nelson's driver's license was checked the police discovered that he was wanted for rape and Texas so both Melanson and wilder were arrested and wilder gave permission for his car to be searched and the these funds several different items belonging to Michelle Wallace in the Cadillac these things included her car registration her driver's license insurance discard and also some of her camping equipment so there's no explanation that he's going to be able to give for that wouldn't appear to be so melanson was searched police found his unused best ticket from gunnison to Pueblo and found Semis two keys and two point tickets sleeping bag in a backpack then one of the offices remembered the beyond the lookout for a red monster station wagon on by Michelle while so let's solve this crime didn't we well no not really into which is a long way to go with that the Pueblo detectives are pretty sharp they contacted gunnison and learned about the search for Michelle the Amarillo police found Michelle's car it was abandoned one block from a bar recalled the hard hat lounge now the car was searched but nothing was found that would have indicated foul play so nothing they give us evidence and nothing that would help them and find Michelle of course they interviewed Melanson and he finally did admit to spending time with the Burton's and having a relationship with the teenage Sally but he denied that he'd ever had sex with sally you know they would just hanging around 'cause they had so much in common together you're just good friends sure I'll grown men have fourteen year old girl says their friends interviewed sally she told him that she hadn't Melanson in July your family's cabin and she said that she did actually have sex with him so restores here I'm thinking I'm going to bully sally absolutely he had traumatized her quite a bit and so isn't the statutory rape yes should be but you know you're gonNA find here that he really gets away with a lot for long time it's really frustrating after extensive interviews Melanson insisted on speaking to the FBI and eventually he said that he did remember Eating Michelle he said he had a drink with her in a bar and she had left her dog tied up outside then he said he'd made up an excuse to borrow her car and she had led him so he just taken off in her car and it never seen her again not very believable story no bishop since he had all her things on his position Russian was stopped that anyway we'll we'll take a story so investigators suspected Nelson in Michelle's disappearance so in three other Texas rapes and Texas murder and then the police in Louisiana also wanted to question mallets about a series of murders in their state great so it looks like he's just done a lot of crimes that he's gotten away with Chuck Mathews was brought in and he was able to identify Melanson as the man Michelle's car when he last saw them after that detectives were convinced that they had Michelle's killer but without a body the prosecutor wouldn't charge him with murder so they were kind of step yeah I mean I know this is forty five years ago so things are different because we've done some cases where they've prosecute you didn't prosecuted successfully people with nobody well it certainly can be done but you need a lot of other evidence where it sounds like they got your amount the first thing you know you have to be able to prove the person's dad that's the first obstacle where you have to be able to maybe not prove but beyond a shadow of doubt so did now same thing to me or care so searchers though they continue to look on the ground and from the for Michele Maggie and George Wallace her parents held out hope that Michelle would be found alive of course but a new about Melanson story and they knew it was a lie she wouldn't have loaned her car to a stranger but unfortunately no evidence was found that Michelle had been killed or like I said even that she was dead Maggie she'd never see her daughter again that started to set in and she fell into a really deep depression she was crying every day and people said she just looked totally lost six weeks after Michelle had disappeared the Colorado detectives asks for her dental
'No moral leadership': Biden assails Trump in blistering speech
"Our present is aligned himself with the darkest forces in this nation the may twenty his battle for the soul of our nation that much tougher harder John doesn't understand what Franklin D. Roosevelt did Roosevelt said the president she's called preeminently a place of moral leadership see what JFK did when he said only the president represents the national interest he's blind what Lyndon Baines Johnson said of the office when he said quote nothing makes a man come to grips more directly with his conscience then the presence shop offers no moral leadership seems to have no interest in unifying this nation no evidence of the presidency has awakened his conscience in the least indeed a waiver present with a toxic tone was publicly and unapologetically embrace the political strategy of hate racism and division so it's up to us as it was in the twenties it's up to us delivery through a rare moment in this nation's history where our president is it up to the moment or our president lacks the moral authority to lead where our president has more in common with George Wallace then he does with George
President, Cory Booker And George Wallace discussed on Super Hyper Local Sunday Show
"When the candidates running for president in twenty twenty says our current leader is worse than a racist he's actually using racist tropes and racial language to for political gain he's trying to use this as a weapon to divide our nation against itself New Jersey democratic senator Cory Booker compare president trump to segregationists in former Alabama governor George Wallace his comments come a week after two weeks from trump telling for freshman congresswoman to go back to the countries they came from three were born
Following Kamala Harris' Criticism, Joe Biden Defends His Civil Rights Record
"The exchange everybody is talking about from the debate last night is the exchange between joe biden and kamala harris in which she unfairly attacked him in the most cynical possible fashion she started off by suggesting that joe biden joe i really believe you're not a racist okay when somebody says i believe you're not a racist you know what's coming next which is all the reasons why she thinks he's a racist should that last night it was really cynical she then suggested that his lack of support for forced busing in nineteen seventy seven that this was reflective of a deep underlying racial animus that joe biden that cruel old man would have stopped little gung kamala from going to a school across town that's joe biden stood in front of that bus like george wallace at a school house door and stopped young comma from being able to attend the school of her dreams in berkeley california is bunch of nonsense cynical nonsense no one's still comma harass you know it's funny we're talking about forced busing forced busing was originally designed to achieve racial balance in the schools to achieve integration in the schools today there's more defacto segregation in american schools than there was back in the nineteen eighties so should we do forced busing now like kamla do you propose to forcibly bus tens of thousands of american school children across town to various schools both crappy a non crappy do you expect the parents won't then remove their kids from those schools do expect that will lead to a rise in charter schools or in private schools or home schooling what exactly proposing the beauty of comal harris does here is that she doesn't make policy proposal because if she did it would be unpopular instead she just implies that if you don't support a broad non non specific policy proposal that she apparently likes then you must have hated her when she was Child. She attacked Biden, Biden doesn't have a good response for it. i do not believe you are a racist and i agree with you when you commit yourself to the importance of finding common ground but i also believe and personal and i was actually very it was hurtful to hear you talk about the reputations of two united states senators who built their reputations and career on the segregation of grace in this country and his second so there she's already being dishonest that's not what your biden said which biden said is i didn't like these guys i had to negotiate with them 'cause i'm in the senate now come on harrison's a radical she's never negotiated with anybody on the other side is one of the more dislike members of the of the senate particularly like there's certain senators like cory booker who has friends on the other side of the aisle i'm not aware that kamala harris has any on the other side of the aisle she's one of those cynical radical players in the senate when she suggests that biden is fulsomely praising segregationist it's nonsense you'll hear biden respond to that in a moment then she gets to her real attack which is that biden was going to prevent her from going to school when she was six it was not only that but you also worked with them to oppose busing and you know there was a little girl in california who is part of the second class to integrate her public schools and she was bused to school every day and that little girl was me so i will tell you that on this subject it cannot be an intellectual debate among democrats we have to take it seriously we have to act swiftly as a torney general california i was very proud to put in place a requirement that all my special agents would wear body cameras and keep those cameras on Okay. shifts this right so she she gets a huge round of applause oh the first of all there are a couple of things worthy of note one she says in that clip we can't have an intellectual debate about this i thought that's what policy debates were were where we talk about the costs and benefits of particular proposals not the innate morality of the proposal not the implication that you are more moral than the other guy for proposing something that is completely unworkable which is what she's doing right here and then she doesn't shift to and that is why as attorney general and presidential candidate and senator i have always supported forced busing of children right that would be the logical corollary would for would be for her to say you know you didn't support for busing i do an enforced busing is the way we aren't as we ought to be forcing kids in public schools from different areas to get on buses and we ought to be bussing them forty five minutes here so that we can achieve my ideal racial balance that's our she goes notice instead she goes to and that's why i support body cameras that is the biggest non sequitur that is a huge first of all i support body but it's such a huge non-sequitur right you would expect her to say okay and that's why i support forced busing she doesn't so she's actually saying here's a policy that i may or may not support but if you don't support your racist because you're white and when i was young i could only go to school because of forced busing even though i can't really say whether i support forced busing now i like body cameras notice the it it's a clever move to biden has no response because he's on a democratic debate stage and everybody is pandering on this debate stage he can't really say to harris listen i want you and i always wanted people to be able to go to the best school possible because he didn't support school vouchers for example or the ability to move between communities on a balance area but not a fourth based on a voluntary basis to go to a better public school he's never believed in that so he can't actually say that then he can't say force busing was a bad policy not approved by the vast majority of americans because then she'll say are you saying that i shouldn't have been able to go to a better school when i was a kid right she's demagoguing the issue and there's no way for him of to get out of it the only thing he could do here is say listen if you're suggestion is that my opposition to a particular set of badly written policies in the nineteen seventies makes me racially insensitive you're knowing my entire history you say that you were a kid and you were affected by these policies guess who is fighting to open up civil rights in america this and eventually biden gets to this answer it just takes them too long and he doesn't look good doing it so here's a little bit more of the exchange You have been invoked your chance to restart. this characteristic my position across the board i did not praise racist that is not true number one number two if we want to have this campaign litigated who supports civil rights whether i did or not i'm happy to do that i was a public defender i didn't become a prosecutor i came out i left a good law firm to become a public defender when in fact when in fact when the fact my city was inflamed because of the sausage dr king number one number two as the u._s. as me as the vice president is states i worked with a man who in fact we worked very hard to see to it we don't with these issues in a major major way the fact is that in terms of bussing the busing i never would have been able to go to school the same exact way because it was a local decision made by your city council that's fine that's one of the things argued for that we should not be we should be break down these lines but so the bottom line here is look everything i've done in my career i ran because of civil rights i continue to think we have to make fundamental changes in civil rights and those civil rights by the way include not just african americans but the
'Green Book' suffers from Hollywood's Common 'Magical Negro' Problem
"I know we talked about green book Schorr did. But the Oscars are this Sunday. And this will be might win best picture Lord. No Roma please let Roma win. I think we have to talk about it. Because there's one scene that I cannot get out of my mind. Okay. Which one so it's the scene were Tony Villalonga. Who is the Italian American guy from the Bronx who's been hired to drive. Don, Shirley, this black musician, two gigs. Okay. So it's a scene where Tony saves dawn from a bunch of unruly racist at a bar. I mean, I can imagine. What bothered you about that? But why bother you? This scene is meant to teach the audience that the guys that are beating up Don are the real racists. And Tony is kind of like a milk toast racist. He's not that bad of a racist. He's only ever called Don a couple of names behind his back and kind to face and the whole movie up into this point has given you the impression that Tony doesn't like black people. But the moment the movie takes you into the scene in the bar. You understand actually these are the real racist because they're capable of physical violence against someone just because they're black and Tony he's not really a bad guy after all a little bit of needing. He needs a little bit of coaxing. But you know, what he's actually on the right side of things, and you can bring him back over to the right side to the good side of history. And it's inferior eating it's infuriating Wesley. The idea that racism is only bad if it escalates into physical violence, and that's the tiny little microaggressions things that dehumanize. Is and demoralize and stereotype aren't actually really bad types of racism after all, so maybe they get a pass. Right. It feels like a very sanitize seen about racial mix that's designed specifically to make audiences fill better about themselves, and is amazing that you're bringing this up on the weekend of the Academy Awards. Yes. These same Academy Awards in which green book is nominated for five Oscars and is likely to win two or three including picture. Yeah. And you know, it's in company with movies like star is born in the favorite and vice about Dick Cheney, and of course, black klansman and Black Panther, right? Boy, if green book does win it'll be a really good company with the best picture winners of the last thirty years specifically when it comes to films about race, right? I just think America is obsessed with this sort of racial healing fantasy where there is a work that like being near. A black person can do to rehabilitate prejudice people and all that rubbing up against yelling at friction tension touching. Hugging. Driving will bring him to the light. Right. It's its own trope. Yeah. Right. What other films in the past have done this? What are you thinking about? I don't know. I mean, if we're just staying in the in the thirty year window, something like Forrest Gump. Ninety four win best picture ninety five the story of the very simple man name. Forrest Gump mom, always said life was lack of box chocolates sits on a bench and start just talking to anybody who sits down next to him about his his life. Never know what you're going to get. He winds up befriending. This other guy named Bubba Goodall. Bubba good day. You can catch pounds. Shrimp. Shrimp is the fruit of deceit. You can vote ball broad bike it so both have the same IQ. But the point is that force is the person on the journey and a person like Bubba is another step along the way. So one of which puts them on campus when George Wallace's denouncing the integration of university of Alabama. Right. And part of that sequence when Vivian Malone was one of the new black students drops her notebook on the way inside the school, the visual effects, people make it. So that forced picks up the notebook enhance it to Vivian. And it's just weird to me. Like, you realize like that like the movies about forest, not Vivian who? I would say has a much more interesting American story to tell. I country is all about and it isn't the forest gets made a better person because of black people. But it is the forest gets to look scans or not even see a lot of the problems in this country, all of which are shoulder by Jenny who played by Robin rate who is near some Black Panthers who do nothing when she's beaten up by her white piece boyfriend, the racial politics. This movie are crazy anyway, all the politics in this movie to be fair are crazy, but they all sort of benefit for his Gump the fantasy here, of course, if you're good enough and simple enough, America's racial problems can be hailed give this movie a best picture Oscar. Okay. I mean, what else crash best picture winner a two thousand six Lord. A movie. So frightening. The Geno worth refuses to watch it facts facts, only, basically, it's one of these race and racism are driving. Everybody in Los Angeles out of their minds, the Persians the Mexicans the white people the black people, but the thing that really takes me out. His you have all of these different people of different races all being nasty to each other because of race, but guess who the redeemed characters are in this movie. Oh my God. I don't even want to know, Sandra. Bullock, of course, like the second biggest racist in the movie, she gets carjacked, by ludicrous and Lorenzo Tate. Maybe I'm Alexis really tough. My think it'd be best. If you just went upstairs random, wait for them to break in. I just had a gun pointed in my favorite lower. Your voice was my fault. Because I knew it was going to happen. But the white person's he's two black men walking towards her. And she turns and walks in the other direction. She's a racist. Right. Well, I. Got scared, and I didn't say anything attend seconds later. I had a gun in my face. Now. I am telling you you're a Migo in. There is going to sell are key to one of his homes and miss time. It'd be really fucking great. If you acted like you actually gave us shit. And then what happens? She falls down the steps on a lot of pain killers or something. And decides at her Mexican-made Maria is her new best friend. I assume area wants to go home. But you know, we don't know 'cause movies out about Maria. It's about Sandra Bullock, but the real star that movie is Matt Dillon racists cop. Matt Dillon feels up Tandy Newton at a traffic doesn't like black people, but certainly put his hands all over a black woman. So she gets into a horrible car crash cars on fire cast who comes in to save the day. Hear me permissible be your. To get an extinguisher. Good that fire. Best supporting actor nomination for that gentleman. Okay. I'll get you out not Dylan approves he's not a racist because he's capable of saving some black person's life. Even after he's violated it and then driving miss daisy. Of this sort of problem. And it wins. Best picture nineteen ninety came out in eighty nine huge hit. Yeah. Better movie than you think. Actually, because I think it understands the thing that you and I are talking about right? There is something inherently impossible about black people and white people being friends at least, according to the way, the country is set up to like have both those friends be equal in the friendship. So it is a story of this old Jewish woman. Daisy were them. Sorry. This old named daisy were than related I hope. hope Not. not. Our son bully hires Hoke Morgan Freeman to drive her. And home nowhere else.
Blaming Victims For Mail Bombs Carries Echoes Of Civil Rights Bombings
"This podcast. And the following message is brought to you by jet dot com. Your one stop shopping destination. The jet experience provides a unique and relevant Dortmund with no membership fees. Start shopping conveniently at jet dot com or on the jet app today before thority apprehended a suspect in the mail bomb spree. The case prompted all kinds of speculation about the motivations that could be behind it. Here's what a talk radio host, Michael Savage, had to say is a high probability that the whole thing is set up as a false flag to gain sympathy for the Democrats to get our minds off the hordes of illegal aliens approaching southern boarding that kind of talk echoes back to another era in American history when bombs were tool of political intimidation. And peers Debbie Elliott reports in the nineteen fifties and sixties Birmingham. Alabama was known by another name bombing ham bombing ham, Alabama, be OEM. Be Jeff Jrue grew up on a street called dynamite hill. Because so many black families were bombed for moving into the predominantly white neighborhood. It would push the furniture off the floor break, the windows, and and scare us all to death. So terrorism is nothing new, but this part of Birmingham, Alabama. We experienced person there were more than three dozen unsolved racially motivated bombings in Birmingham during the civil rights era, mostly houses, and churches, and drew says there was a pattern after the attacks. Authorities would accuse victims of planting the bombs most inhumane thing you could you could think of who would bomb their own house, but that rumor was widely circulated in white circles says Diane mcchord or who wrote a book about the Birmingham civil rights movement. Understood motive was that blacks were bonding their own churches and buildings in order to raise money and get publicity for the movement. She says it was repeated publicly by politicians, including Alabama's segregationist governor. Owner George Wallace other common theories were that the bombings were ordered by Martin Luther King junior were part of a communist plot orchestrated by the FBI. It was repeated so often I mean, I grew up hearing this from my father, you know, I think they started believing it and part of the reason they were able to believe it was that until the sixteenth street. Chores Bonnie in September nineteen sixty three when four young girls were murdered. There had been no real the Taliban even after that deadly Kukoc's clan attack. Police said I zeroed in on the church's black janitor as a suspect historian Taylor branch says conspiracy theories were rampant across the south as African-Americans pushed for equal rights showed along the people will go to not to acknowledge something that they don't wanna believe. For instance, what happened in Mississippi during freedom summer in nineteen sixty four free of the civil rights workers were kidnapped by sheriff. Posse of clansman and murdered because the bodies weren't found. Mississippi officials denied the segregation is could have done this car and said first of all they they said there was a hoax Senator James even told that to the president on the phone. I don't leave it free. I don't believe it free. Got it down here. I believe it for the star. Branch says polarizing times then and now lead to an ideological climate where conspiracy theories thrive it's a low point for the country says democratic Senator Doug Jones about Alabama. He's a former US attorney who prosecuted the Birmingham church bombers. We are living in a time. Where words matter just like they did back in the sixties. There were so many things that happen then based on the empowerment that public officials like George Wallace gave do people not understand what it takes to kind of tone down the rhetoric to make sure that things like this don't happen with some deranged fool out there who wants to try to to hurt people thinking that he's got the okay to do it federal officials declined to talk about potential political motivations. But in a news conference announcing the arrest. Attorney general Jeff Sessions acknowledged the suspect, quote appears to be a partisan, Debbie Elliott NPR news, if you like this podcast. Discover the. Rest of the NPR portfolio at NPR dot org slash podcasts. And learn more about eight of the country's top twenty podcasts according
"george wallace" Discussed on Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell
"You make it as simple as possible. Make it as simple and you notice us a lot of simple words. And sometimes I was listening to Dennis Miller and go, fuck, is he talking about? So yeah, but now feel like, do I need to know those addiction is not as good as it should be. So that's why I want to go back to school second, I think I heard a quote from you somewhere where you said that your parents told you that life is shit sandwich. And did you hear that told me that learn everything? You can make all the bread that you can because life is like a sheet sandwich and the more bread you have the less just you gotta eat dude. What did you hear me say that? Cool. I remember that I did say that it that just came to me that. Because I listened when you talk, you know, and it is so cool because very seldom I said that I'm not in the right place because I never use. I say, crap sandwich before. I thank you so much because I remember when I heard that I thought it was pretty cool because it's it's, it's about learning. The bread is learning learning, and I think that that's kind of what I hope to do with the show is to give more. Yeah, let's shit you gotta eat. Don't ever forget that. Learn everything. You can't make all the money. You can. Yeah. Yeah. Education and money. Wow. Thank you. Hopefully hopefully we had some good bread here today. My name is George Wallace. They call me Dr George Wallace. I love you and there's absolutely nothing you can do about it. I'm Dr Danny bell. Keeping you on bread, which. Keeps you. Pleasure. Bringing bread. So much. Thank you. It's going to happen to you whether you like it or not. Okay, thank you. Thank you. All right. Everybody thinks to George Wallace, thanks to you guys for tuning in. And if you're gonna make a donation at modern day philosophers dot net, I would very much appreciate that you hear my dogs rattling around in the background. I'm on my way to the program right now. Just heading out after I hit stop on the record Goni he'll going to take care of myself going to try and take the next step. So hope you're rooting for me anyway. The comic book fair enough that I put out is also available. Fair enough comic dot com. Please pick up an issue if you haven't already. I think you'd really enjoy it and thanks to those who came out to the Eggiman comedy festival in my backyard. It was really fun. I think we had about a total of two hundred people that came for the weekend and it was. It was a blast. We had a great time and that was my last hurrah before going into treatment. So that's it. Everybody take care of yourselves. I'll be taking care of myself. And hit me up if you wanna say Hello, the comical at Yahoo dot com. Thanks again to Logan. Heff tell who does the mastery of the audio and Alex Priscilla who picks out our philosophers who curates them so well. I'll see you guys next time with another exciting in jam-packed episode of modern day philosophers take everybody by.
"george wallace" Discussed on Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell
"I feel like you can not old enough to work in all the way. Go ahead. I felt like you could figure out everything from country because I worked in an old age home in Israel. And then I worked in an old age home here in America, and I even worked a little bit in an old age home in the UK, but not for very long just for a day or two, but but actually spending time in these places in Israel and in America that you can learn a lot from country by how they treat their old people. And we do not treat our old people will do that is so good. What a great point there. The people that help build a country, and once they get people will. I mean, not say, I'm touched now because old people get as nobody wants to help them even family members. But. It's kind of like me. I will take every dime of my social security money. That's put it in a system, and I'm going back and I think the government should take care. People's health wise should be matter of fact, I should be some of your greatest days in life. Government should take care of you. Yeah, and the best way I had a joke at one point where I was talking about collecting antiques and entities collectibles and be like if you have a lunchbox and you have a person at some point in your life, you look at the person as an American. You go, wow, that person's worth way more than this is ten lunch bucks. But if you fast forward seventy years, that lunchbox becomes really worth a lot. Everybody wants that is collectible, that old person, nobody wants him. Trying to get rid of them. It's backwards. People become less collectible is. So in that way, I do think maybe this country has the government. They deserve. Maybe it's maybe it's the shakeup and the wake up that they need. Sometimes we think that maybe this is good that we have this guy office wake up, shake up that we need a lot of happen, especially for the women. You know, we're not for Trump. We'll grabbing the peop- the private apart probably wouldn't have all these ladies coming out saying, I was sexually abused, assaulted, whatever. So you you, you may be right and that you are right, and and some ways that maybe we deserve this right now and this time one is going to be for the better. I know that I remember hearing something about, like how. The idea of God is that God is light. And if God is pure light in the whole world is God. Then how is their darkness and says that God does kindness by creating darkness so that we seek light because he knows sometimes you need the darkness to to find the light, the lighter, too immature. That's how I feel about it. And that's the right way. You just described that perfectly and we wanna thank you this day. America has learned from you. You have been wonderful. I've learned a lot from you today, and I wanna thank you so much for the. Opportunity to learn from you today. And I'm sure he'll listen to us. Learn on George Wallace signing off on more, but. You want to do the last one. I'll do the last one. Sometimes you got to show without tension. Sometime you gotta get off stage. You know, you can't do let it go. So what's that last one is number one. If in a state state you do not hear the noise of conflict. Be sure that freedom is not there. Well, that just speaks exactly exactly what took them backwards because I knew would come back to. We already answered all of the quest era. Brilliant, man, I appreciate you might school. You know, I told you that before the smartest person in the world. Well, so you plenty smart to me. I, I enjoyed talking to learn more. I would like to go back to school. I really this. This is something that's. I grew up in marketing and advertising. I was taught back in the day. Never speak what people understand. You always speak where they don't misunderstand..
"george wallace" Discussed on Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell
"So now I got to come up with something new recalibrate, but I'll tell you what I do like to do more than anything else. There's still going to stage every night and I do it. Yeah. And I'm one of the guys that still going onto a right now with Samoa Mike, Epps earthquake, some of these because my audience is usually mixed and I'm gonna heavily black. I wanted a few guys gonna work in the crowd young old black white doesn't matter up in the mountains. Jewish, I can go anywhere and I just love working. And you know, my name is not as big as a lot of people, but enough people know me to satisfy my little ego. Have a conversation the one day with Seinfeld and. Here guy. Interesting Cooper Anderson Cooper, which is it's better to be rich and famous back and forth, and well, you know, I pretty much have it better than both of you guys. I can do anything you guys do got enough money. I could retire the Mark or do anything, but I can go pee. Yeah, you know enough people know me for my little ego. I can go pee. You guys can't go Pete even when you guys walk out of the house as a camera on you. So I love that if you think about it. Right. I would now, like I said it to my wife like I wanna I wanna hit a point. I want to be George Wallace famous. That's really what I got a hold of money on the. Yeah, and do anything. I want to do a book everything. I got seventeen house seventeen properties around the world. I need one thing state microphone, people. This do this many years from now guy willing when you've pass, how do you want to be remembered if I dot tomorrow the world owes me, nothing. We trying to figure out what we're going to put on my. On the stone. I hope he had a good time. I got did. Something like that we was. I'm gonna put on Seinfeld headstone you know, he tried everything. He's tried yoga shot. All of the diets, every diet you can think of tennis. You try to everything this diet, that diet and no, he tried everything..
"george wallace" Discussed on LI News Radio
"George wallace took a lot outta me really no slim jims making up your age that's what i'm talking about gluten no no no no he was he was he would say gluten conscious gluten aware really it's just an people like that should just go on the atkins diet meat is delicious this is what i'm saying but we did end up getting raise i believe oh yeah i like race pizza.