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Washington Post Corroborates NBC's Lack of China Abuses
"Now the Washington compost is reporting that NBC which holds the exclusive broadcast rights for the Winter Olympics There's not made these issues a prominent feature of a coverage over the past two weeks And neither is the Washington compost for that matter But since the opening ceremony the post Paul farhi reported that he has been in a fine any example of an NBC Olympics announcer discussing the Chinese Communist Party's human rights atrocities I would ask Paul farhi if that is his name If the human rights atrocities by the communist Chinese against the Uyghurs and we have seen photos of these inhumane conditions and so forth have been on the cover of The Washington Post more than once or twice Far he and his piece the other day wrote that he reached out to an NBC sports spokesperson to ask for examples of the networks continued focus on these issues And it's coverage of Olympic events but beyond comments made by NBC announcers Mike Tariq and he was yanked He was yanked and Savannah Guthrie in addition to other panelists on February 4 NBC couldn't provide further support for NBC's assertion that it has extensively covered these issues Far he went on to explain that NBC also cited report a week ago about the Chinese tennis star in three time Olympian who's been the subject of international attention He noted NBC has also said it hasn't requested an interview with her Despite her presence at times just a few feet from NBC's cameras at the game So NBC has demonstrated that it is nothing more than a shill for the communist Chinese much like Thomas Friedman And much like Trudeau up in Canada the Biden family the Pelosi family the McConnell family And on and on and
Gordon Chang Discusses Chinese Propaganda of Olympic Proportions
"And we're going to open the show with a very special guest I can think of none better to comment on that video clip than Gordon Chang. He is the author of the great U.S. China tech war, Gordon. Welcome back to America first. Thank you, doctor G. Thank you kindly good. Is it the propaganda flowing out of every faucet since the game's open? I expected it to be bad Gordon, but did you think it was going to be this bad? Yeah, no. I expected China to have a lot of propaganda. But NBC just sort of relaying this without comment or criticism really was wrong. Yes, China does see itself as a leader of the developing world, but a lot in the developing world will take Chinese money, but they're really upset. And if you're going to comment on China's assertion, then you need to be balanced and objective and NBC was neither of those when the opening ceremony comments. Let's just have Savannah Guthrie of NBC doing the work of the communist regime. This is captain play cuts. Oh wait, look at this movie. It's a statement from the Chinese president Xi Jinping to choose an athlete from the Uighur minority. It is an in your face response to those western nations including the U.S. who have called this Chinese treatment of that group genocide and diplomatically boycotted these games. Who have called it genocide because I guess it is in so choosing one Uighur Gordon to light the Olympic flame. I guess that means the millions being persecuted just magically disappear. Yes, well, what Beijing was saying was we are proud of our genocide and crimes against humanity. And we are going to shove it in your face as we heard in that
‘Let Me Finish’ Kamala Harris Snaps at Savannah Guthrie During Touchy Interview
"You got to hear this exchange millions of viewers watched it on The Today Show with Savannah Guthrie and mamala Kamala. Let's talk about another comment the president made. He openly cast doubt on whether the 2022 midterm elections would be legitimate. He said it all depends. Which is astonishing to hear a president question whether our elections will be legitimate. We've heard it before, but not from this president. Is he really concerned that we may not have fair and free elections? The president has been consistent on this issue, and the issue at hand, the issue I was there last night. In the chamber of the Senate and the issue is that there are two bills, the John Lewis Voting Rights Act and the freedom to vote act. That have been the solution that has been offered to address the fact that around our country states have put in place laws that are purposely making it more difficult for the American people to vote. Laws which will be felt by at least 55 million Americans regardless of their party, affiliation, their race, their gender or their geographic location. Well, to the point that we have to pay it, but it's the bills were debated and they didn't have enough finish. But the specific question if you don't mind, does he think now that these bills haven't been passed that the 22 midterms won't be legitimate or fair or free? Let's not conflate issues. So what we are looking at and the topic of so much debate last night was that we, as America can not afford to allow this blatant erosion of our democracy and in particular, the right of all Americans who are eligible to vote to have access to the ballot unfettered. Madam vice president, you just cut called out by Savannah Guthrie on the top show. I mean, listen, it's getting to a point where Americans are saying, there ain't nothing we believe. I mean, we literally listen to Biden openly question the legitimacy of the midterms. We
Kamala Harris Shocked Savannah Guthrie Won't Concede to Her, Like Other Left-Wing Media
"Go ahead T and territorial integrity In this case I'm sorry and territorial integrity of your car to interrupt Well you shut up but I try and get a question in As you ramble on May I say with all due respect Well I'll do respect Go ahead But it is less than clear because 30 minutes after the news conference The White House press secretary had to actually clarify the presence You know what Kamala Harris is thinking don't you mister Medusa These people are supposed to be on our side I am stunned At Savannah Guthrie who's named out of a prominent named after prominent town in Georgia Savannah I'm shocked that she would dare to raise questions Savannah or is it Savannah Savannah Savannah This is unbelievable You're going to have to be demoted Over there at where is she NBC I don't know Go ahead Savannah I'm being clear with you right now Yes okay And so if you're interested I'll continue to be clear Which is not really I'm not interested in the least And so far you make no sense I don't know what you're being clear about do you Go ahead See Have had direct conversations Through various levels of diplomacy with poop
Savannah Guthrie and Kamala Harris Exchange Remarks Over Democrats' Voting Bills
"Whether our elections will be legitimate We've heard it before but not from this president Is he really concerned that we may not have fair and free elections The president has been consistent on this issue and the issue at hand the issue I was there last night In the chamber of the Senate and the issue is that there are two bills the John Lewis Voting Rights Act and the freedom to vote act That have been the solution that has been offered to address the fact that around our country states have put in place laws that are purposely making it more difficult for the Americans Now here are the question would be follow up What is it exactly that the states have put in place that are intended to prevent minorities from voting What exactly is it And if that's the case head of Barack mailhouse Benito Obama get elected Twice Over two white guys two very white guys as a matter of fact Go ahead Laws which will be felt by at least 55 million Americans regardless of their party affiliation their race their gender or their geographic location Well the two points that we were doing but it's the bills were debated and they didn't have specific finish But the specific question if you don't mind does he think now that these bills haven't been passed that the 22 midterms won't be legitimate or fair or free Let's not conflate issues So what we are looking at and the topic of so much debate last night was that we as America can not afford to allow this blatant erosion of our democracy and in particular the right of all Americans who are eligible to vote to have access to the ballot unfettered
Today Show 70th Anniversary-Today Intro and Wrap
"A a milestone milestone today today in in morning morning television television N. N. B. B. C. C. news news this this is is a a special special edition edition of of today today seventieth seventieth anniversary anniversary the the today today show show first first aired aired on on January January fourteenth fourteenth nineteen nineteen fifty fifty two two with with Dave Dave Galloway Galloway as as the the host host co co host host now now our our Savannah Savannah Guthrie Guthrie and and Hoda Hoda copy copy but but Guthrie Guthrie was was not not on on the the set set today today she she tested tested positive positive for for the the coronavirus coronavirus Savannah's Savannah's always always front front center center I I mean mean she she may may not not physically physically be be here here but but we've we've always always had had a a name name but but eight eight thousand thousand times times and and this this is is just just one one of of those those unlucky unlucky moments moments where where you you happen happen to to get get you you know know get get Kobe Kobe during during this this moment moment al al Roker Roker has has been been delivering delivering the the weather weather on on the the today today show show for for more more than than thirty thirty years years it's it's not not an an act act yeah yeah you you know know you you see see that that on on TV TV I I think think a a lot lot of of places places of of tried tried to to manufacture manufacture that that it it but but I I think think it it speaks speaks to to the the seventy seventy years years speaks speaks to to the the the the the the the the genuineness genuineness of of what what goes goes on on in in Studio Studio One One last last night night the the lights lights on on the the Empire Empire State State Building Building in in New New York York or or in in the the today today show's show's trademark trademark orange orange I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue
The Media Conveniently Omits Trump's Request for Peaceful Protest From Their Playback of Jan. 6 Coverage
"But let's listen to Liz Cheney saying the quiet part out loud. She wants to jump out of her shoes in blaming Trump for all of it. Listen to this astoundingly moronic question from Savannah Guthrie and the equally moronic and yet transparent answer from Liz Cheney. Again, sometimes they say the quiet part out loud. I've never known you to be one for a big emotion, but as you sit here today, one year later and consider how close did we come in this country? How close did we come to the violent overthrow of a valid election? We came very close. Our institutions held, but they only held because of the people who were willing to stand up against the pressure from former president Trump. People at his own Department of Justice, who stood up to him, elected officials at the state level who stood up to him and the law enforcement officers here at the capitol. The only reason the government held was because people stood up to this guy. I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard. That's the clip that Liz Cheney doesn't want you to hear. That's from president Trump's speech on January 6th, that the beast, the media, the whole world, Hollywood, TV, Washington, they never say that. They never include that. They always exclude that. You think that's a you think that's a coincidence? Why don't you think they ever play that clip whenever you won't hear that at all today? I guarantee you all you're gonna hear is Trump talking about, we gotta fight for the country. We gotta fight for what we believe in. You'll never hear this. I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the capitol building. To peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard. Why do you think they never put that in there and they're coverage? Why do you think they run out of time? I think it's a timing issue. It's just an editing concern, yeah.
The Democrats' January 6 Anniversary Coverage Is a Painful, Desperate Campaign Ad
"To turn on the TV today. I told you don't do it. And because I'm a giver, I did. I watched as much as I could stomach this morning of The Today Show. Where the interview Liz Cheney, the outgoing Wyoming congresswoman. And really the only Republican in addition to Adam kinzinger sitting on this January 6th select committee. Now, this is a big day for The Today Show. They sent Savannah Guthrie to Washington, D.C.. I mean, they took her out of the cozy confines of plush studio there in midtown Manhattan. She had to get on the Amtrak and go all the way to Washington, D.C.. Because this is such a big day. It's going to be a moment of silence today. The vice president of the United States right now is addressing the American people. I can not make you suffer through it. We may pull a little bit of it, but I don't think it's in your best interests to make you suffer through a campaign ad for the Democrats. It's all this is. That's all this is. This is a terrified scream. From the Democrats, the Donald Trump is coming back. And they don't know how to stop it.
Monica Lewinsky's New Documentary Will Explore Cancel Culture & Public Shaming
"Monica lewinsky is opening up about cancelled culture and public shaming while discussing her upcoming documentary. Fifteen minutes of shame. Yes she should. She's a absolute. She's the top expert mma world as far as public shaming is concerned and have her reputation just dragged through the mud for years. And there's that other documentary that's out. Fx is impeachment american story. I guess which will dramatic cise the events and she was produced. That i guess. Dramatize what i say. Tremendous dramatize association. Sorry yeah she said we're living in a culture and world now where we're drowning in shame. We're taking a three hundred sixty degree. Look at this culture of shaming public human public humiliation and trying to question where are we going. it's great. it's a great thing because she's right. We're drowning in shame. And we're we're pointing our fingers and and shouting down. Everybody who says or does anything. We don't like personally and and try and trying to take it to the degree where it's not just me. That disagrees with you the whole world. We think you're a horrible person. You should lose your job. You should lose your family. You should lose everything you've ever had. Well she just about did because she told nbc when she was on there promoting this fx series she told savannah guthrie that she couldn't get work had ptsd and was financially dependent on our parents as a result. Well
The National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Is a Total Moron
"One of the most unimpressive people ever to serve in. Government is a man by the name of jake sullivan. He thinks he's very smart because he's a rhode scholar and it's tucker carlson said on his show yesterday. We really can't find out what he's ever done that is meaningful except to go to school and he was pressed by i think. Savannah guthrie from nbc. Might not be here might have been somebody else asking. How did you guys screw this up. So terribly and he uses these kind of things. He's being very clever by using these long words by saying oh well yes we You're trying to circumvent the imminent threat by trying to use aerial reconnaissance. And by the ten second you realize this guy's a moron. This is the guy i forget the fact that they're corrupt and they actually want to preside over a completely different nation. Being ushered in the united states of america. Just not very smart. And they're so prideful and cocky. So jake sullivan is i think. He's the national security advisor. He's a total wimp. And the fact that jake sullivan is giving advice on her. United states military is rather horrifying.
Florida Officials Warn of Possible Threat From Hurricane Elsa
"Director Kevin Guthrie says officials are now concerned that Hurricane Elsa could pummel the Miami area, although it's track is still unknown are state meteorologist reported that the impacts of South Florida from also remain possible and it could occur as early as overnight Sunday through Monday. For the 5 15 or the five o'clock positioning. It was a slight improvement for the area of Miami. The category one storm on Saturday was located about 505 miles southeast of Saturday. Mango There's an a trooper
Dr. Oz Begins His Run as ‘Jeopardy!’ Guest Host
"Mehmet Oz begins his two week run guest hosting jeopardy Today. The heart surgeon and TV personality is the fourth guest host of the iconic game show. Future Guest host will include CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, Today's show host Savannah Guthrie and My Biologic, The Star of the Fox sitcom. Call Me Cat, a permanent host to replace its long time host Alex Trebek. Might not be chosen until September
Moderna Testing COVID-19 Vaccine on Young Children
"Tonight. A major step toward protecting the youngest americans from the corona virus madera now starting to test vaccine on children from six months old up to twelve years. Old making it the first. Us vaccine maker to test on infants. We think that's incredibly important particularly in terms of making those daycare and school safe for young children to find the right dose of the vaccine for children. Moderna researchers will divide a group of nearly seven thousand volunteers by age first testing the vaccine and kids six to eleven followed by two six year olds then children six months to two years old. It's likely that we'll see teenagers down to his youngest twelve. Get the vaccine by the summer. I think that children less than that down to say six years of age or younger probably won't be seeing vaccines till the end of the year. Rachel three is a nurse in arizona and has already been vaccinated. she's enrolling two of her children in the trial and believes the benefits outweigh any risks. Not that i want my children to be guinea pigs. But i want them to have that protection and i think it's important if we have the opportunity to get this out to the general public to do so guthrie says she jumped at the chance to vaccinate one year old charlotte and three raleigh. Who is in preschool. You'd never know other people are doing their outside light but for him to have this chance to be vaccinated extra protection that really grateful to have charlotte. Nearly twelve percent of americans are now fully vaccinated the threat of highly contagious variants. It's a race against time. The best way to circumvent the variants is to continue to vaccinate as many people as quickly and as efficiently as possible at the same time as maintaining your public health
Moderna testing COVID-19 vaccine on young children
"Step to getting kids vaccinated. Moderna announcing today it's set to begin vaccine trials on kids as young as six months to 12 years old. A B C's. Even Pilgrim is in New York with a story. This will be the first vaccine tested on Children. So young in the U. S. Dr. Steve Clinton and Phoenix has already started enrolling his patients as part of the trial. For that reason, we're not only going to benefit the Children by getting these Children vaccinated now we're also gonna be protecting us. Around those Children. The teachers, the parents at home, the grand parents, and Rachel Guthrie is enrolling two of her Children. I think it's very important because we are exposed to people who might be immuno compromised or who haven't yet had the opportunity to be vaccinated. Vagina is planning to enroll nearly 7000 Children from the United States and Canada in the trial.
VP Kamala Harris believes teachers must be prioritized for COVID-19 vaccinations
"We're back now with vice president. Khama harris on the battle to reopen schools. Does she agree with the. Cdc's plan and do teachers need to be vaccinated. I she spoke one on one with savannah. Guthrie let's talk about schools at. We got a lot of parents watching right now. The cdc few days ago finally put out some long awaited guidance on how schools could safely reopen. But here's the thing. They tied it directly to the rate of infection in any given community. And i'm gonna put a map up because if schools were to follow that right now. Ninety percent of the county's ninety percent of the schools would not be able to the cdc's own metric. Was it a mistake for the cdc to connect school reopening to how much infection. There isn't a community. Well let's i say this that in the last four weeks schools are opening every week more schools are opening and it is because we are supplementing. What needs to happen around the vaccinations getting into two states. But also because folks are. We're seeing progress. But what about that. Cdc guidance then that's that's the question. Well so here's the thing. What the cdc. What they have recommended are exactly that recommendations about how to reopen safely if they've been closed how to stay open if they'd been opened and so the recommendations. What again needs to happen. Around social distancing handwashing mask wearing but the point is that we all want our kids to get back to school as quickly as possible and safely as possible. The cdc has said it is not a prerequisite for teachers to be vaccinated for them to go back to school but many teachers are of going back to school. Can you reassure teachers. Who are listening right now that it is safe for them to go back to school even if they are not vaccinated if these public health measures like distancing and masks are being implemented so first of all let me just say this and the president has said it and we're all really clear. Teachers should be priority. Teachers should be a priority. I believe that twenty two states. I believe have prioritized but each is in terms of stating 'cause it's safe for them well. I think that we have to decide if we can put in place safe measures. This is why it's so important. We pass the american rescue plan. It's going to be safe for schools to reopen when we can get our schools. The infrastructure needs like helping them with their ventilation systems helping them create social distancing with with barriers. The things that are necessary to get them back opening a safe way so savannah after that interview. I understand late today. The white house clarified. That's right it's spokesperson. Said the vice president and the president agree. Vaccinations are not a requirement for teachers to return. It is the white preference that teachers get priority but that lester is up to the
Jared Moskowitz, head of Florida Emergency Management, confirms he's stepping down
"Management director stepping down and governor Rhonda Santa's thanking Jared Moskowitz for his hard work over the last two years. I think Florida as the best emergency response in the the country, country, I I think think we've we've done done the the best best in in terms terms of of logistics, logistics, both both in in terms terms of of preparing preparing for for responding responding to to storms, storms, as as well well as as Responding Responding to to the the cove cove in in 19 19 pandemic. pandemic. Moskowitz Moskowitz expected expected to to formally formally submit submit that that resignation resignation on on Tuesday, Tuesday, Head Head home home to to South South Florida Florida at at the the end end of of April April and and be be closer closer to to his his family. family. A A deputy director Kevin Guthrie, will replace Moskowitz. Well, it was the
New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity
"More celebrities have been added to the guest host roster for jeopardy. Anderson Cooper, Savannah Guthrie, Dr Oz and Dr Sanjay Gupta will also be able to raise money for a charity of their choice. Jeopardy will match the amount of money one by contestants. The guest host episodes
New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity
"Its next set of guest host Savannah Guthrie, Anderson Cooper, Dr Mehmet Oz and Dr Sanjay Gupta will join a growing roster of celebrity hosts as part of each television personalities. Time on the show Money will be donated to a charity of their choice. Matt Piper says the amount equals the total winnings from the week Alex Trebek died November No Permanent host has been named planning your
"guthrie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Your best two in our two. All right. Give me two with him with him with him. Okay, Smart cheat. All right. Well, I'm gonna go first. A minor always that you can help s O. I have three actually, but the first one is just to mention is that there's a food drive at the Guthrie and it's today It's tomorrow. It's a drop off, like great. Just drop off. Can't I have a bag of cans and Rahman packs and all sorts of stuff in my car? I'm gonna leave here and I'm gonna just drive by and drop it off. So it's at the Guthrie Theater in downtown. Part of the food group. But they're doing this Dr. Today. Tomorrow, and I think Monday too. Okay, So that's my first little That's just a nod, But the second one I want to mention but the first real one. I want to mention his Soul bowl. And I want to say that they have on their instagram and on their page. They have noted that they are taking donations. The that they're going to feed people hungry people on New Year's on Christmas Eve, they're gonna deliver meals to people who are in need. Just having fresh good meals, and it's a $10 donation. You guys it's 10 bucks. You can just Venmo them. So a bowl M in you can do the cash app. You could just send them 10 bucks and it's It's that easy and then you give a meal to somebody. Okay. I love that idea. And that's an easy way to give the food drive goes till two o'clock today. By the way, Yes, um, just wanted to check because I think I'm gonna do that. All right. Um, okay. A couple of like, Let's say that you're sitting there and you still need to get someone something and your panic and you don't know what to do. Oh, a couple of ideas that are just quick. Shepard's way. Cheese subscription? Yes, now Yeah. Yeah, You could buy this online and there's like a month a couple months, but these are local cheese growers. You can buy it and then you'll get an email that says that you've confirmed your subscription, and then they'll give you directions about how to get it later on, But so you have something to give, and their cheese is just fantastic. So Shepard's way, get a cheese subscription for anyone on your list that you haven't bought for yet that you feel like there's a little hard to buy for because who doesn't love cheese, right? I know I love the fact that you call them a cheese grower because I just made me think that there's like she's popping up on stocks in a yard. They're growing. Choose with way and I love it. I love it, Little Miss Moffett. Yeah, giving her Kurds and where Kurds and way. Um Okay. My instagram just unlocked on me. Sorry. Okay, So my other one is Tory 44. Which you know was hit for Torii 44 in north Minneapolis was hit by a car because they're on the hot corner. Let's be honest. That is a weird corner intersection like it comes swooping in, and it's horrible because they have been hit by a car a number of times. But this this last week in a car plowed into their main dining area, so they are it's kind of hard. That they are. They're down, but they're not out there still doing take out. So my point is two things one. You can support them by getting Rahman to take out and then that is going to help them a lot with the fact that there's a car in their dining room. And then the second thing is that they do have a noodle and broth programming as well. So you can go into their website and go into the noodle in bra thing. If you pledge five bucks, they will make sure that a bowl of noodles and broth gets to somebody in need. So they're also supporting this idea of feeding people who aren't and I love the fact that they are going through organizations and their you know, identifying people who need, you know, help, So I love that they're doing that. So its story 44. Okay. I love that. Um Okay. The next one I am going to suggest Is the ski pass it theater Worth Park. So if you are interested in getting out in about they have two different levels. They have natural snow level, which seems like you might be getting ripped off of this point, but I mean, honestly, they have manmade snow there. So if you or someone who wants to get into cross country skiing, or you want to encourage people to get out and about this winter This is a good way to do it. You can buy a theater where ski past They have lighted cross country ski trails. And they make snow all season long today. Have you have you skin on the maid soon? Is it good? Yes, It's a little granular, but it's good enough. It works didn't get get get. Get your ski on and get your skinny on that little theater worth. Ski Park path, Okay? I have been enjoying a walk through the theater worth area. It's nice. Yeah. You must be. Well, You are close to my house when I know who you're walking with. Yeah. Okay. That is our top two in our two. Yeah. And stuff. Scott a take out guide coming up. We're gonna talk about all the take out because I know some of you guys. Actually, someone tweet just this morning, looking for some of the Christmas meals and take out things that we can do for the holidays, and I've got a huge mass of guide. We've sort of dipped into it a little bit here and there, but we're going to kind of talk about some New year's Eve stuff, too. So stay tuned for that. Yes and Coming up next, you guys, I finally did it. Steph and I have talked about it. We've e finally did it. It was kind of an ordeal and I'll be continuing to add to it. But for you,.
"guthrie" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"That says You can't be out there. But it's just about wearing this tremendous exaggerated then we'll not the United States is down 21% that we have. Capita is among the highest. I wouldn't be able to get the word out, dumped in a garbage can and have my name on it. I'm not happy about our case. Authorities know there is, in fact, no evidence of widespread fry. I want somebody to get rid of the individual mandate. Always protect people with preexisting. You are the existing conditions a tiny percentage, But that doesn't stop you from releasing. You saw what they did with clear There is no law rule that prohibits you from releasing your taxes. I know she's gonna make great decisions for our country Life. Republicans would like to see Robie Wade overturned an abortion. And point of fact, DR Program there are no new applicants are allowed. It's the Savannah Show. Starring Savannah. It's the debate featured Savannah Guthrie, Savannah Guthrie debating Savannah Guthrie. Jiminy Christmas. Welcome back to the show. Dana lash dot com That was just like a supercut of her interrupting him. Eleventy 1000 times. 11 2000 Times, Aziz said at the start of the program. There's a difference between being aggressive and undisciplined and she came off. Entirely undisciplined. I never thought that there existed another female who could make Kamala Harris look reasonable. And behold. I think she was just I don't I needed that actually. And and women, particularly Ladies, It is very easy. To try to play against Men who are unafraid to stand up to B s. You just try to always make yourself look like you're the one who is being being trod upon. She could have easily. She actually I mean, I think he came off great in this. He's not gonna take any garbage, but I feel a CZ, though. See Really overplayed her hand here. And just, you know, all joking aside and being totally serious and objective. She actually made him look like he was being just badgered. She made him look like he was being absolutely badgered. And it made him look sympathetic. Now it could be argued, and I have seen it argued That may be George Stephanopoulos. Just let Joe Biden talk because he realizes how ridiculous Joe Biden sounds when he's allowed to talk beyond 10 seconds. I.
"guthrie" Discussed on The Puddcast
"Not knowing and God I just I just prayed for those people and I just I I can't even imagine just waking up everyday feeling that way feeling paralyzed to not be able to get through the gates in God. I just pray for those in our city who who don't have a place to call home who don't have a job to go to that. You would just be with them that they would sense your cousins not only today or tonight, but God that they would sense your presence every day. And I just I just thank you so much for what you are doing and for your guided hand through this app. Do you see this from a bird's-eye view? We only see the here-and-now so God, I pray that we would trust you moving forward as we navigate through a lot of unknown. Cuz thank you so much for this chat and the ability to be authentic with each other and and and just to just to not be afraid to to talk about the struggles The Good the Bad and and to know that through The Good the Bad and all those struggles that you are consistent God and and that it's a good to be reminded of that faith in these times of some uncertainty and we just do lift up, you know so many whether we think have it together as individuals or families or what other businesses whether you think they have it all together as an individual or whether it's the complete opposite of that guy and it's just absolutely just barely hanging on wage just need to feel that presence of you in in our in our lives our city and and we just we just lift up the most vulnerable to you guard right now that you would take care of them. Their health their minds God and and that you would put the right people in, you know in their lives to show them grace and patience and off of and to give everyone a real sense of belonging. In this city and outside of these these City boundaries God and so thank you for this chat. Thank you for being with us tonight even through this entire conversation and as we ended off and in your name, amen. Amen, thank you Rachel and cam Guthrie. So next week folks. It's possible. I'm going to miss an episode. We'll see I'm taking a few days off to recoup sir. This intensity of this book launch. I'm actually on a pastor's retreat with my pastas and a few other area postures. So looking forward to having some time of fellowship and some rest home. I am I'm hoping that I'll get the episode up somehow next week anyway, but if you don't hear from me next week, that's why not to worry just having a little bit of fellowship and rest. But otherwise, I'm so glad that you were listening today go back and listen to The Archives. We're we're approaching next week. Next episode will be episode 90, which is pretty exciting coming up on a hundred thousand episodes.
"guthrie" Discussed on The Puddcast
"The city. So you may have listened to episode 84 where we talked about interracial marriage and raising mixed-race kids with my friends Mark and try Finnegan. They are the pastors of Lakeside Church as we discussed while my guests today at end Lakeside Church. Cam Guthrie is the mayor of Guelph where we live in his wife took this with us as well. And so I really wanted to hear about life and marriage and Municipal politics and covid-19. You listen to the show and you're like, I'm not a Ministry. I just turn up and do a job. Then this episode may be a bit more relevant for you. They do serve and church role but their main focuses are in industry and infrastructure and serving the city and they have some really great things to say, especially regarding how the church can step up and help with some crisis facing our nation. So excited to introduce to you Rachel and cam Guthrie. This is so fun. I'm glad to have you both here because as I just mentioned earlier I get mean so many books. I get my house as inundated. If I turn my laptop around you'd see my office is inundated with books that that the Publishers in the pr companies send me to consider for interview. And so most of my week is just spent in triage and deciding is this actually somebody I'm interested in talking to a gym and I you know should should speak up that I'm very blessed and honored to have conversations with wonderful people but as the summer was wrapping up and I was deciding what to do with the podcast in the next season. I thought right now I'm just tired and I want to sit down with a few people that I'm interested to talk and hear about their lives and hear about their stories and and you two were one of the first couples that came to my mind. So I'm I'm so thrilled to welcome his his worship them here. What's your what's your title Camp? I love the fact. That when you said my title my wife immediately just laughed giggle, right but everyone needs to know that that Rachel's Instagram is first lady of Guelph. So I actually I remember I remember almost six years ago when I became the mayor and then like at the election and I won the election someone's like, oh now we have to call you your membership and I remember Rachel whispering to me just so you know, I will never call you that has it ever happened. Has it ever slipped out Rachel? No, never never used to call me his worship, you know. Yeah, that's right. Well, that's true. And and since you're also both involved in worship music seems to be like a hole in my tradition. I would say there's a real prophetic significance there. Yes. There you go. That's a good alignment. I never thought of that before. Yeah, so I'd love to hear them. Bit about kind of each of your own stories where you grew up how you guys met and we can start coming all the way up to life today. But roll the clock back and introduce yourselves a bit for us. Well want me to go first or you sure I kind of talk to you I think ladies first before it. Okay. Well, I was born in Guelph and in the late seventies, you know now everyone knows how old I am but that's okay and she kind of set up to ninety S. I don't know if it's just the filter she's using on you but I tell there's like a she's in that twenty-year Span in there. Any age would have been believed. Yes. It's true. Yes. Yes people people monthly when we're together stopped and they're like, oh, is this your daughter off? I'm like, oh boy or my Adelaide sister. But yeah daughters Adelaide your older sister Hai I digress but yeah, so I was born in Guam. And when I was about four years old, I our family decided to move out to the country my dad grew up on a farm out there near the town of urine and soul be built a home my dad built a log home. And so we moved out there and when I was about five, I had a pretty significant head injury that basically oil change kind of trajectory of our family and I ended up in sick kids in Toronto doctors told my parents I slipped into a coma and they said well if she wakes up she'll be a vegetable in wheelchair for the rest of her life. That's what they said to my parents clearly that did not happen and God clearly had a different plan for for my life, which I'm grateful for. Um, so we grew up in the country. We started attending Lakeside Church when I was in about grade four grade four five, and I'll be honest job. I did notice, you know this good-looking guy across the hallway right here 05. Yeah, he was older than me. So it was you know, so out of you know, the the realm of possibility at that time for your listeners that can't see the screen. She was pointing at me. So yeah, so we ended up in kind of youth group together. And you know when I was about eighteen he kind of took notice and said hey, do you want to go a wedding? And I said well sure I'll go with you if know, you'll go to a wedding with me that I had to go to two months later to what she said. Well do you think we should date in between now and then and we said sure okay. I kind of just you know started our relationship. But yeah, yeah and then we got married two years later and here we are twenty one years later and two kids and a whole lot of lights that has been that has been lived in those last Twenty One years. Yep. But yeah both my both my parents were heavily involved in the church between you know, surfing and Sunday school involved with Ministries helping kind of those less privileged than ourselves and in the leadership and even any of the expansion pack Lakeside had my dad was super involved with that. So we've been involved in worship. I've been involved since I was twelve years old. So it's been a a thing that's an important to us to serve and model that for our kids and they both now are doing that as well. So it's kind of our nutshell I guess for me. I don't know you've maybe more interesting than me. I will never correct my wife on any of those stories everything. She said is correct. I basically I was the drummer at church still on the drummer of drummer's at church for worship. And yeah pretty much she was a singer. So I liked what saw this angel in front of me with the Angelic voice. It's got the courage to ask for it. That's wonderful. I also like how Rachel was like your story is going to be more interesting than mine after she had already said how like she had been told. be a vegetable of this terrible brain injury and clearly like Very little to nothing. So yes, yes..
"guthrie" Discussed on Knowing Faith
"Episode we talked about what was happening before the beginning. . If we can talk about before the beginning last time we were in genesis and we talked about <hes> Trinidadian relationships before the beginning. . So we kinda stopped and paused there but the verse continues in the beginning God he does something and he says he creates the heavens and the earth, , and so let's just before. We . get to one to <hes>. . Let's stop there God creates the heavens and the earth. So . when we're talking about this work of creation in the heavens, , the earth what is being distinguished here because the days are going to go on to detail this, , and so what does it mean to start with? ? God created the heavens the earth before we get to without form and void. . What does that mean? ? God creates everything that a good place to start is having the earth just a general designation for. . The is it. . The raw material? ? Is that everything that exists before I mean what is has the earth one thing I would say it's what we can see and what we can't see. . So the visible creation, , the invisible creation. . Yeah. . So I mean one, , we can look we this may be connecting back to our last episode a little bit of talking about some concentric circles and who got his before creation, his , father son, , and Holy Spirit and Trinidadian relations in creation redemption salvation is we can see that when God creates the heavens and the Earth Paul speaking of a similar theme when he's talking about the incentive of Christ in Colossians chapter one when he says he is the image of the invisible God. . So this God who existed before creation in he is the first born of all creation he is Eternally Begotten Son. . For by him, , all things were created in heaven and on Earth visible and invisible whether thrones or dominions or rulers aurthorities all things created through him and for him. So . Paul here is taking this genesis one in into Meta theme of creation that God existed before all things that he is Osei distinctive himself father son and Holy Spirit, , but the sun is participating with the father in creation by. . The Holy Spirit is the one who is through whom all things are coming into being well as part of this part of maybe even some confusion around how to read. . This would be that heaven is used in a different way. . There's different ways that heaven or heavily language it's deployed in the Bible and you see it even here in Genesis One, , you have the heavens as the expanse meaning probably. . The visible sky or what's sometimes called the Firma you have the heavenly places is sometimes what we may be closer to thrones or dominions the spiritual, , the unseen realm, , and then you have sometimes what is called just heaven which would be the place of benevolent presence <hes> the place where God, , rules and rain. . So Heaven language is is a little bit confusing because I think a lot of times the average reader of the Bible just things about heaven as the place you go when you die but the guy, , the guy the heavenly yes <hes>. . Harps and angels and clarifies say wait. . You're working against a lot sometimes. . Is. . Very wispy word <hes> in the mind. . <hes>. . So but it doesn't stop there God creates the heavens and the earth, , but it says something specific about the earth. . It says the earth was without form and void and darkness was over the face of the deep and the spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters now I have to tell you. . As an early reader of the book of Genesis, , this was absolutely confounding to me. . Because, , you don't even think about like when you hear the story of creation when it gets put on the Flannel Board and Sunday school, , you go right to the days this part not on the table. . Not. . Imagine what it would look like, , right? ? Right right. . The face of the deep and formless and void, , and so what is happening here? ? Why is this a part of the story? ? What are we to learn from this verse when it comes to first God's creative act in action in the world what's happening here? ? So. . He speaks. . All of creation into being and it is this uninformed matter. . And I've come to see this is actually a beautiful thing that this is here I get what you're talking about about like it i. . Don't know about this I think mainly because we think so much about creation it was made perfection. . And so but we're seeing in the second verse of the Bible. . There's actually three problems with creation as it was originally spoken into being. . You mentioned it. . There's a, , there's this formless snus. . And then there's this void or emptiness. . and. . Then there's darkness. . But of course, , you didn't complete versed to. . Because there's also hope right right that this spirit is hovering over the these dark waters and we realized, , okay, , God is at work and he is doing something good i. . think it just goes against our instincts. . We we've had it. . So ingrained into us that the original creation was perfect that to introduce the idea that that the earth wasn't just spoken into being perfect that the work God did and and I would say even. . Even even when we see what we continue to see in genesis one that. . What God spoken to being we need to think of the original creation, , not in terms of perfection, , but in terms of potential. . Because we're gonNA, , see God do a work in the rest of Genesis one in terms of bringing form to the formless snus and filling the emptiness and <hes> illuminating the darkness. . But even then it's not quite yet perfection they're still it's still potential.
"guthrie" Discussed on Someone Lived Here
"Podcast about houses. A shotgun house is the same style as a lot of the homes. You see in new orleans. They're usually less than twelve feet wide and have a similar layout to a railroad apartment with the rooms lined up behind each other. Both oklahoma and the texas panhandle were caught in a three year drought and severe dust. Storms were a part of life. The worst was called black sunday. It was mid april. When mary woody stuffed wet newspapers around the doors and windows. You couldn't see a person sitting right next to you. He wrote many songs about the dust bowl in the years. That followed many focused on this storm. Like these lines from the great dust storm. The storm took place at sundown. It lasted through the night when we looked out next morning. We saw a terrible sight. We saw outside our window where wheat fields they had. Grown was now a rippling ocean of dust. The wind had blown. It covered up our fences. It covered up our barnes. It covered up our tractors in this wild and dusty storm. Would he and. Mary became parents of a baby. Girl gwendolyn a few months later in less than a year would he would be traveling. It was always with the goal of getting work since pampa had little prospects but he was as his wife. Mary said restless would he was also self-aware. He wrote in a letter to his brother. Roy's new wife. Your new husband is an impulsive and high strung like his brother me. he takes everything. Orderly decently and in polished order. He is making his life. And i'm letting my life make me and the life that was making him was unpredictable. He traveled around texas oklahoma new mexico often hitchhiking train hopping he would sing on street corners and saloons painting signs and in a more consistent job repair railroad tracks. What he seemed to like most was all the people he wrote in a letter later. I crazy notion that. I wanted to stay down and out for a good long spell so i could get to live with every different kind of person i could. Mary was pregnant with their second child. When woody headed for california he left the money he saved from his time. Working on the railroad. He said that once he got a job they would follow brought his paintbrushes and his qatar but when he got to california he didn't have either. The tar was traded for food. The paintbrushes stolen his prospects in california. Didn't look any better a few months later. He met up with jack. Guthrie also known as oklahoma. Jack was woody's cousin on his dad's side and he wanted to be a famous singer. They had similar faces but everything about them with different. Jack was a western singer influenced by popular music. He had taught himself how to yodel. He was tall and war. Well fitting cowboy attire. Woody was five foot six in very thin. He worked closed. That didn't fit and usually didn't own more than what he had on what he's saying. An older country style and felt jackson's were a little too sweet despite all that they made an act together and headed to la. Jack was a natural salesman and got them shows and live performances by the summer. They had a short unpaid slot on a radio station. The producer thought jack would appeal to a young female audience and what he would appeal to an older crowd. The cousin styles were so different that they didn't sing together beyond the theme song. A family friend. Maxine crispin joined woody on the radio show a few times the to harmonize similar to an old church. Tradition called shape note or sacred harp. Woody providing the tenor harmony and maxine with the alto melody as soon as they started performing together letter started coming in the songs reminded listeners of the homes. They'd left behind soon. Woody in maxine had their own radio show. The radio station offered them a year contract for twenty dollars a week less than a year after he left. Pampa texas for california. He sent his wife ten dollars for her brother to drive her. In the kids to la it was november nineteen thirty seven. The show was successful and on a clear day. The radio signal will cover much of the country. Maxine said they received about ten thousand pieces of mail and ten months. I was the only way to show your support or your frustration with the show. They received an encouraging postcard from what he's music. Idols the carter family whose he often adapted after performing a harmonica piece a song with the n. Word in the title would he received a letter. No person or persons of any intelligence uses that word over the radio. Today i for one am letting you know that it was deeply resented. Would he apologized over the air. He no longer played the song under that title and no longer use the word. The show would end almost a year after it started. Maxine had anemia and would be out of breath after thirty minutes of performing. She loved music but had never wanted to be a public performer. The owner of the radio station as woody to write for their newly formed liberal paper he would write essays as he traveled around california reporting on what he saw and what he saw altered his perspective. He saw intense poverty hunger. starving children. Agriculture cessations continued to distribute pamphlets in oklahoma and texas promising higher wages in california. Even though those jobs didn't exist but having more hungry people insured the cheapest labor possible one of his pieces in the light read. The constant dread of the wondering worker is to be arrested by some city officer charged with idleness vagrancy and sent in almost chain gang style to the bean patch to work without pay. When he returned to los angeles he was changed by the injustice he had witnessed what he's radio show only paid if he had sponsors and he had a lot less without maxine at the station. He befriended the host of a news. Commentary show ed robin ed. And his wife. Clara were well connected politically active. They became close friends and what he would spend much of his time at their house working in using their typewriter. It's friends would come by in. Woody would perform on one occasion. The writer theodore dreicer. Came by you might remember him from the sailor snug harbor episode. He's the writer who interviewed the sailors. Who had retired there when theodore met. Woody he said it's been telling me about your songs. But i don't think i've ever caught you on the radio. Would he responded. Then we start. Even mr dreicer. Because i read any of your books but there was a writer he really respected and it was through a friend of ed that he met john steinbeck he had just published grapes of wrath and woody guthrie felt like steinbeck was writing history while it was happening would he wrote a summary of the book. It's about us pulling out. Oklahoma and arkansas and down south and drifting around over the state of california busted disgusted down and out and looking for work after reading grapes of wrath. The books characters worked their way into woody songs. After traveling with steinbeck in california and performing it migrant worker camps he returned to la. His radio show was soon cancelled. So marian woody packed up their things and went back to pampa texas. He then found himself working at the same drugstore he had when he was a teen. Mary wanted him to settle down and find a job. He did the opposite but before he left. He visited a friend from his high school days. Evelyn todd was a librarian as a teen. What he didn't care for school but he read all the books on psychology religion and philosophy that the library in the basement of the city hall had to offer after his research. He wrote a book on the fundamentals of philosophy and donated it to the library. Evelyn todd put the handwritten manuscript on the shelves under guthrie woodrow wilson almost ten years. After he donated the book he came back to evelyn about his travels and to talk about john steinbeck. The library in pampa is nolan in the basement of city hall and his handwritten psychology book didn't survive after evelyn retired. But there is a book by woody guthrie on the shelves. His autobiography bound for glory would friend. The actor will geer told him to come to new york so he did but he almost didn't make it. He got a bus ticket all the way to pittsburgh but from there he hitchhiked in the middle of february. A forest ranger found him on the side of the road. A whiteout storm. The rangers parents live nearby and he brought what he there to recover his feet and hands were tingling and he said i had really given up all hopes of ever seeing any human beings alive on this planet not long after getting to the city would he got a room at a hotel near bryant park. At the time irving berlin's god bless. America was having a resurgence. Would he did not like the song and felt it was earnest and overly sincere. It was in his room online paper that he wrote this. Land is your land. This land is my land from california to the new york island. He wrote six stanzas. Most of them you've heard before but there's one that you probably haven't. There was a big high wall there that tried to stop me. The sign was painted. Said private property but on the backside. It didn't say nothing. This land was made for you and me. What are you didn't do much with the song until four years later when he recorded this original version with seventy five other songs in those four years he was very busy. He recorded folk songs for the library of congress he got sponsored. Radio show called pipe smoking time which he promptly quit. He went to oregon to write songs about the columbia river for the department of the interior. Mary had joined woody in new york and then to the north west when he wanted to go back to new york again. She decided to stay in portland after seven years together. But mostly apart they both knew it was over he came back to new york and joined. Pete seeger's almanac singers the to it become fast friends. When pete was working as an intern on the library of congress project. The group lived in greenwich village at one thirty west tenth street to raise money for rent. They would throw parties in the basement. Jackson pollock was one of the regulars. It was in that house where he worked on his autobiography. It was around then that he met marjorie. The modern dancer. Who amazed him. They were good at keeping the affair. Secret but marjorie was pregnant and her husband found out. He wanted to raise the child as his own. Marjorie ended up leaving her husband on february. Sixth nineteen forty-three cathy. Guthrie was born what he showed up to the hospital with his guitar and serenaded. The staff marjorie rented a one bedroom apartment at thirty five twenty mermaid avenue. She wanted to be financially self sufficient and started the marjorie mazia school of dance. Woody's wife. Mary was doing the same would he sent her a copy of his autobiography. She and their kids were not mentioned in it. She responded with divorce papers. She was a waitress in el paso. Texas ms providing herself in her children. This divorce left what he single which also meant in the midst of world war two. He was eligible for the us draft. He joined the merchant marines. He was the dishwasher and a mess man on several different voyages he was on the ssc porpoise when it was torpedoed off utah beach by a german submarine. Twelve men were injured. Woody went below deck with his guitar to play songs for the men who were confined to their quarters. Ashra getting drafted to the us army marjorie. And what he got married. Their honeymoon was five days in that mermaid app apartment. He was stationed outside of las vegas and a month later. He was released from active duty when he got back. He made himself at home. On mermaid app. It's closed barely filled a drawer and his instruments were on the wall. Martyring nailed a piece of wood into a corner that just fit his typewriter. The apartment was on the first floor of a small three story. Brick apartment building next door was a kosher poultry market. Would he left his daughter cathy. He kept a diary of her coups and burps. He would write down how she used words. Turn them into poems and then songs he would play the songs for kathy and her friends and then he recorded two albums. Worth one of those songs was called good night. Little kathy kathy. We've just turned four died in a fire. At the mermaid abba apartment marjorie had gone across the street to get milk for kathy's dinner. The firemen said that a short circuit in the electrical cord of the radio had started a fire on her mattress. They're sixteen year old neighbor. Who lived upstairs saw the smoke and heard her screen. He ran downstairs and dust the flames. She continued to talk and babble until she slipped into a coma. Eight hours later would. He came home to sign on the door. Come to coney island hospital. The loss was devastating. For what he it brought back the memories of an event in what he's childhood that he had spent the last three decades trying to understand what he's older sister. Clara had helped raise him. She gave him the nickname woodblock. Their mother was often distracted and forgetful. When clara was fourteen her and her mother got an argument. Clara said she put kerosene on her dress to scare her mother. The dress burst into flames and she ran around the house. The neighbors who overheard ran over and smothered her with a blanket. She was still conscious but couldn't feel the pain. She told everyone she was fine and asked woody not to cry. She died later that night. Would he saw how the tragedy affected his mother. In his autobiography he wrote. I dream that my mom always just like anybody else's i saw her talking smiling working just like other kids moments but when i woke up it would still be all wrong. All twisted out of shape after another fire related accident. His mother nora. Guthrie was sent to a mental hospital. There was a part of him that feared that what happened to his mother would happen to him. The to grieving parents welcomed. Their son are low. Three five months later in the following years. They would have another son. Jody and daughter nora would. He started drinking more and margarine. Would he fought. Would he was thirty eight. When he went back to pampa texas to visit his brother roy. They noticed a change in him. He was not so lively. Didn't talk very much and showed some signs of jerky movements and his body. When he returned to coney island there were more verbal fights and a physical fight that ended with marjorie calling the police. She said in that fight. She realized her husband was sick. Beyond alcoholism after many different hospital stays a doctor diagnosed. Woody guthrie with huntington's disease a fatal genetic disease of the nervous system. The symptoms are described as having a ls parkinson's and alzheimer's all at once although they were already divorced marjorie oversaw salvatti's care after placing an ad in a new york newspaper. She formed the committee to combat huntington's disease which later became the huntington's disease of america which still operates today. Woody guthrie died at fifty. Five bob dylan visited woody in the hospital in the sixties that night. He wrote a song to the tune of what he's nineteen. Thirteen massacre titled song to woody. I'm singing you the song but i can't sing enough because there's not many men that have done the things you've done. Here's to cisco and sonny and lead belly to and to all the good people that traveled with you. Here's to the hearts and the hands of the men the come with the dust and are gone with the wind. Thank you for listening to this episode of someone lift here. I've put together a playlist on spotify where you can hear all the songs referenced in this episode and a few others that i just like the book ramblin man by ed cray was a resource for much of this episode. Thank you to the website. Pop spots nyc. Run by bob. Egan who managed to find the only photo of the apartment on mermaid avenue. If you wanna support someone lived here. We just set up a patriot where you can get a sticker and other bonus stuff. Thank you to tim. Kale for music. And we'll see next next.
"guthrie" Discussed on Someone Lived Here
"The coney island apartment has been torn down and replaced with a twenty story building yellow brick but in the nineteen forties. Woody guthrie his wife marjorie and his kids lived in a small apartment on the first floor at thirty five twenty mermaid avenue just like what. He's life the home saw a lot of love and good times but it also had some of his darkest moments even though story starts in oklahoma where beginning at the apartment two blocks from the beach beyond the wonder wheel and the cyclone. Welcome to someone. Lived here a.
"guthrie" Discussed on Beavercreek Christian Church
"So I really like that message is I do believe we were made to thrive more than just merely survive as we go through life. A lot of times we go through different phases where sometimes we're thriving and sometimes we are just merely surviving For me the pieces. That are are the portions of life that are more enjoyable times when we are thriving and I think God brings joy to us and sees that and it's also the times were serving God the best Analogize this a lot to to running and I do a lot of running and I think that and you go through periods of time you'll have a great run where you went fast and really far and just felt great and have lots of energy coming from it but then there's other times where you really don't want to even go out for the Ron. But he's like you still do just to keep keep your mileage out in your muscle strength up and those runs you might just barely surviving trying to get through it. You can even go through those phases during Iran. Where some portions really thriving in the middle of the Ron. You're really struggling. It's just trying to make the next step just trying to survive. When you're in that phase it's it's not very fun just trying to get that next step but then sometimes you come out of that and you give back a thriving and that's where the joy and fun compass. Life's the same way and serving. God when we're happy excited thriving life is much more enjoyable than just surviving Scripture I wanted to share with you is Cleese iast these five eighteen to twenty from MSG versions after looking at the way things are on this earth. Here's what I've decide is best way to live. Take care of yourself have a good time and make the most of whatever job you have for as long as God gives you life and that's about it. That's the Human Lot. Yes we should make the most of what God gives us both the bounty and the capacity to enjoy it accepting what's given and delighting in the work. It's God's gift. God deals out of joy in the present. The now it's useless to road over how long we might live and encourage everyone to try to think alike where you are the surviving saying that. There are times when it's difficult to thrive every day and all the time is there are calls for you may have some struggles and you just want to say survivor or get through life So it's not all to take a rest at times and relax and regain your strength and I do encourage you not to get in the Rut where you're constantly in that relaxed survival mode Sometimes you feel like you're just trying to survive day to day get yourself out of that one of the things. I like to do to get out of that to serve others into buildings and bring joy to others and focus on making others. Happy often helps. Then get me back into a thriving mode Sometimes it might be a love. Monkey project could be as simple as saying friendly and whatever that method is. It's good to get back into. That thrive in trying to figure out what that thrive is. is really something for you to decide. It's hard for a thriving is the same for everybody. It's different skills you may have but I don't really want to delve into that today but Something if you are trying to decide what your thrive is is might encourage you to read Chris Book or this newest podcast. The way to greatness it It's a good buck in In sterling could help you decide what thriving is for you so as close out just want to think of three things. There are a few things that That my family has done to bring that some of the happiness especially why we're in this Stay at home order in a few those things that That that we've done is we made a tick tock video we When we take walks we wave with a big smile on their neighbors to try to bring them some joy we've added fares windows to Some of the kids do a scavenger hunts and look for Beijing windows brings joy to them is also my daughter. Rhoda inspiring quote on a sidewalk using chuck so some different ways to make things people happy closing out. Do we are all seeking to hopefully get back to normal as soon as possible But there are I think some things I won't miss as As we get out of this and a few things that I was thinking of is currently When I go to work in the morning size zoom meetings I just wear my dress shirt so we'll have to get out of the court scene. I may have to start putting shoes onto another thing is there's the different zoom virtual backgrounds. Interesting to see the difference you meetings. I've missing governor wine every day at two o'clock and enduring are gatherings on Sunday morning. I'll certainly miss all the different comments and facebook. May We incorporate that on the slides on the screens? Maybe I didn't figure that out and see release funny comments but anyways enclosing out Use a quote from Christmas clearer and something. My wife tells me every day when I used to go to work outside. The House is go make today a great day..
"guthrie" Discussed on The New Influence Podcast
"Recent Times was for pro rail which is the Dutch equivalent to an to t- to Network Rail in the k they end then the railway tracks suddenly manage the railway tracks and they have really hard hitting quite quite hard to stomach but readings powerful influence a marketing campaign to lower the amount of casualties and deaths that were happening By young people really across the tracks in getting run over and killed by by by trains. That's start selling a product but that is causing a that's affecting change and I think we can as communicators we can become blinkered by influence marketing. And just let the hand over to the marketers into the advertising say gone south some products with it but it really needs to bid sit right in the center of the creative industries because because it needs to be led by as much as needs to be led by marketing and advertising. You know we talked a little bit earlier about you. Know we're all in business to stand business and that that means obviously keeping our our customers and potential buyers happy but also why wider stakeholder groups and understands why state outta groups an has to speak with them not just to the customers and potential buys. Can you if you if you get some free time? Can you write a blog post on that? Because I think it'd be great and this is something that I'm just thinking about at the moment but you know. I think that the populations has been slow to handle on interest. Box the end just as it was kind of slide to pick up on on. Seo and socially Jura and the title and Content Marketing Barat. I think it is picking up pace now picking up momentum and it's not about who owns the discipline intend under who owns infants. But it's about who can demonstrate best leadership and we talked about in the campaigns or integrated. Boxing campaigner integrated communication campaigns. And so they can't be owned by one to relate the they got to be shared and enjoyed and best practice going to be pushed forward by order of the creative industries. Cool and yeah I just think as I said. I think there's a wider conversation to behind. I mean look Joe Rogan. He's a podcast. He's the most popular podcast or in the wall. He's had billions of downloads billion listens. He's had Bernie Sanders on For like chatting for three hours he had Tulsi On Tulsi Gabbard and then he recently revealed in a podcast that literally all Democratic candidates have requested to be on his podcast and he's refused them apart from Tolsey and Bernie Again. Just think yeah. There's this big swath of away from instagram and more into like podcasts. And well well we can say the the two thousand seventeen election the in the U. K. The two ways that you can try effect a change. He can either sort of create a burning platform or you. Can you can create a sort of a Nevada in a a wonderful future and a lot of conservatives played on fair and they use traditional advertising and Corbin worked with a lot of Young influences for want of a better night and he was there with the with storms a and with with other Grime emcees being interviewed in cafes and performing alongside and that really tapped into the vote. Either he wasn't. He wasn't giving them a scripts. And saying you know vote for Corbin but he was tapping into them and it became kind of authentic with it so that was unpaid Bloomberg. Is something completely different? But you're absolutely right. There are certainly many many different outcomes. that can be created through inference marketing beyond selling cosmetics some built to setting watches precisely. Scott it's been a pleasure to have on always is where can people Find out more about you. Where can full you on the socials and so on? Well Steve is joy to be invited back for the first time. I've really excited about that You couldn't Google me on Scott Guthrie influence and that usually comes up but I write regularly about influence a marketing. Sab Guthrie Dot Info what's the Sab Stanford Oregon? Well See. There's this other Guy Scott Guthrie who is a senior. Vp at Microsoft. That used to be that if you Google Scott Guthrie or got was him now I as I say Google Guthrie a an include. What influence. Luckily you get me but Scott Alec Baden Guthrie Alec Aftermath Granddad but after my father brilliant. Okay thank you very much. Good very welcome. Thank you very much for having this day bird..
"guthrie" Discussed on KTOK
"At a hospital in Guthrie Jacqueline Scott reports forty year old Clyde feels was arrested last night got three police a forty year old for Shawna do sherry ray was unconscious when she was left in front of the hospital Saturday night she was pronounced dead shortly after she was found after being on the run since Thursday in Ellis county escapee is now back in custody today the sheriff's department says Sean Paul over was captured yesterday over escape from the north west center for behavioral health over is charged with domestic assault and battery again he had been on the run for several days but now back in custody I bring him in other news authorities say a former Arkansas sure of has died following a single vehicle crash in northeastern Oklahoma the overall the highway patrol says forty nine nine year old Kelly Craddick of Rogers Arkansas was found dead after the wreck on state highway eighty two in rural maze county brise credits pickup truck crash into a sign in several small trees before flipping over several times credit was bitten Kelly sure from twenty thirteen through twenty sixteen because of the wreck still under investigation and over my mobile home fire killed a woman in Guthrie authorities say the fire destroyed two mobile homes here university a cattery cause of the blaze is still under investigation victim's name has not been released if you're going to be driving in east Tulsa today or were you aware of a bridge repair project it's the US highway one sixty nine bridge on I. forty four which was damaged when a two tall vehicle hit it causing significant damage to the beams the second vehicle also caught fire and damage the pavement there I'm Brian Kaelin the city today will be cool temperatures in the mid fifties so the cooler than yesterday but still above normal winds light out of the north and tonight dropping down to.
"guthrie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is my first time performing the Guthrie so honored to be here yes is handsome as do you because you mentioned the show's seventy years old and we were talking about the Oklahoma you know the revival really change things up and how one of the hammer seeing kids didn't like how it's been re done do you did that have to happen with guys and dialed to bring it up to date well I'm not I don't think it our production has some updates to it is not it's not a reimagined version of the show it really still is guys and also a huge fan of the classic musical it everything that you love about that show was still there but what is amazing about this production was the smaller little tweaks that I won't give away but that changed things just enough to make it new make a fresh are women are female characters yeah they're wonderful they're they're outstanding cited that they did the press last week so we're just getting the guys and said the dials yeah there's the phenomena yes I'm production features a very much three dimensional women leads you know but it's also very diverse cast size color and yeah right so many songs in guys and dolls are signed once it is got a dozen Elise does in the office and are all the big classics but why does everyone say this is the best which player of all time they say does this call me there's almost nothing in this play that shouldn't be there okay now a lot of times when especially as an actor when you've when you run into trouble when you're in a scene you don't actually know why the scene is in the play I want really exists that means the audience might be getting bored you know but this play there's hardly anything in his play that isn't actually needed in order to make the stop the story flow fulfilling when we're talking about guys and dolls of years training as playing now through August twenty fifth at the Guthrie we have Jeremih and we have Radney with us so that makes sense because everyone says it's almost perfect I'm like what the hell body design that we never even seen it well yeah but we've we've we've we've known these guys reason read your date he has.
"guthrie" Discussed on Triangulation
"Now, pro it's in, it's the next step is in contract stage, but I'm hoping we'll have an announcement even by the end of this week, but it's moving forward. So that's exciting. And Kathy has a great vision for it. It will dramatize it will fiction allies it in really fun ways for television, but we'll keep it will keep the name, it'll still be alpha girls in a which Catholic Kathy love the name. It was like it. If she gets a pile of proposals in manuscripts in thanks sent her way, and it was on her assistance desk, and she walked by she's like, oh my God. What is what is alpha girls? I gotta look at that, and she told me this story after but. But she's a wonderful human being. And so I'm really excited about it will the announcement include casting, or are you not at that stage yet? No, not at that stage yet. I'm so excited because TV is so good right now. I mean that's. And it just especially for women in voices that haven't been heard. I think that's the perfect medium for it alpha girls, the women upstarts. He took on silicon valley's male culture and made the deals of a lifetime, by Julian Guthrie and doing several other books that are well worth reading, thank you so much for taking the time. Thank you for reading this book. Of course, the book is available wherever you buy books and so by it. Thank you so much for taking the time pleasure. All right. Take care. Thank you. Thank you for joining us on triangulation, triangulation records. When when we have time to record we record in. You can subscribe and get it immediately. So usually that happens on on Friday afternoon. You can get a new episode of triangulation, I'm Meghan Moroni can find me at Meghan Rooney on Twitter. And you can subscribe to the show at twit dot TV slash try. We'll see next week..
"guthrie" Discussed on WLAC
"Fifteen ten wwl. As e. Heart radio station. Not. Notes accurately czar this land is your land was written by Arlo Guthrie because he hated the song. God bless America. Bernie's bunch was singing the left's national anthem was. Woody Guthrie wasn't was it are low. Why I thought this land Israel. I thought it was. Woody. I it doesn't matter. I do know. That it was written. As sort of a communist screed. It was Woody. Okay. I like to be right. Mitch in Santa Fe. Go ahead, sir. All right. Hang on. I'll come back to you. Please don't do that. Our our audience is not wanna wait on that. Drew in Dayton. Go ahead. Yeah. It was Woody. Hi, michael. I'm just wondering where Roe v. Wade differentiates which Wayne, Bob, -bility and states, right? I've got some friends that are libertarian, and they say that if one state wants to kill babies as one thing and another state doesn't want you. They, you know, that's their choice and. I got so much. I want to ask you and not hold. I kinda lost strength off. It happens. Don't don't sweat it. There are issues of federalism. The tenth amendment to the constitution. The final of the ten the twelve that were proposed the ten that passed that came to be known as the Bill of rights. Leaves these things to the state. However, we've been very clear there's certain things the states can't do the states can't authorize murder, for instance, the states can't create their own immigration policy. Even though California has has done. So the point at which. You can rule that abortion is murder. Of a human being. Point at which you can get that ruling is the point at which states can't allow abortion. But you gotta get that ruling. Dr Anthony levity Tino. Is a board certified obstetrician gynecologist with forty years of medical experience. He is both a lawyer and a physician he's taught as a professor of OBGYN at Albany medical center. He also served as the medical student director and residency program director. In the early part of his career, doctor Levin, Tino, performed quite a few abortions over twelve hundred of them in the first and second trimesters, he has practiced obstetrics and gynecology in Florida, New York and currently Pat practices in New Mexico..
"guthrie" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"For America. Buck Sexton is back. Why didn't you walk away? Now, I wish I would have walked away. I didn't want to be disrespectful to Mr. Phillips and walk away. If he was trying to talk to me, what do you think that looks like I see it as a smile saying that this is the best you're going to get out of me, you won't get any further reaction of aggression. And I'm willing to stand here as long as you want to hit this German my face. There's something aggressive about standing there. Standing your ground both strategic ground, and it was like a staredown. What do you think of that? Now when you think about that moment. Oh, I would say, sir. Phillips, head is right to come up to me. I had my right to say there. Our school was Leonard by the African Americans who had caught us all sorts of things. Savannah Guthrie is a classic mainstream media hack. Nothing. You know, she looks the part. She sounds the part. She's played the game at NBC or whatever. And now, this is somebody that we're supposed to take seriously for reasons. I don't know doesn't have any expertise. Anything wasn't a great wasn't a great journalist and a newspaper doesn't right doesn't, you know? Just she's a she's a TV presenter, basically, an actor. And she obviously takes the most popular center view. She can on any issue. Always. Right. And I've seen enough of her stuff to know. This is your stick. It's it's like the Matt Lauer schtick who she used to obviously work with NBC. This is what these broadcast news hosts do they try to find a way to seem like they're being fair. But it's always always a little skewed isn't it to the other side always pretty clear that they're really not interested in being down the middle. And you saw that in this in this exchange. I mean, she's saying there's something aggressive about standing your ground. Why is that aggressive if somebody walks over to you, which is what Phillips did remember this is Nixon who is coming in highschool student who was captured in the most clear footage of of him is a close where he's with this guy. Phillips. Why is Nick Sam have is he supposed to run away because guy walks over to him and starts banging drums face. That's so it's so it's not isn't that an interesting way to think about this the way that savannah Guthrie frames this first of all she's talking to a fifteen year old kid gave now doing a national news interview. And and she she's don't aggressive for you to stand there. Now, I think people would would argue that it's it's insane to think that he's supposed to run away. He didn't mean this man any harm. He wasn't he aggressively did the guy walked up to him drama displays and he just looked at him aggressive. You might say it's defensive which I think is understandable in the circumstances. But to suggest that there was an aggression in this. It's it's bizarre. Really? I think it's a very strange thing for Guthrie to ask him. But you understand she's she's trying to make sure that her mostly live audience thinks that she's representing their view of how he should be questioned. Well, I wanna know when Phillips is going to be asked any questions, and I wanted to win the black Israelites who were present will be asked questions. Where's the oppo research on them? When when do journalists ask the adults, including the adults who were yelling anti gay slurs racist slurs threatening the students and just generally acting like maniacs. And everyone knows that the black Israelites act this way, I've I have heard the black Israelites up close and personal. Have you ever? Have you ever heard them Brandon? I'm assuming probably many times just in the video store. So you've heard them, right? Yeah. On the street in New York there they sit in Times Square, and they yell crazy things that people really belligerent nasty things. So wind, but when do they have to answer any questions about their conduct? Why do we take this position Wisey the assumption automatically that it is, you know, Nick, San men's issues his problem that he has to be the one to deal with this who's the fifteen year old kid, but there's there's more of this. Now, there's more of this. Where Guthrie just makes it quite clear as well that you know, there there's some of the responsibility here is just the Trump support that's part of this play three. They weren't wearing that hat. This might not have happened or it might have been different. That's possible. But.
"guthrie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Guthrie over Covington student interview. I read the headline thinking yet, she was pretty unkind. You law school you're told how to ask a question. You begin with isn't it true? That don't you feel that? In other words, the answer is in the question Matt's time advice, you don't you feel as if you should apologize to someone that you heard what would you say? Yes. Okay. She asked the question in that fashion, which I understand she's a forty eight year old lawyer from Georgetown instead of saying. What are your feelings? You don't ask that question? You say isn't it true that if you offend someone you should apologize to them? Yes. What didn't you offend Mr. Phillips? Yes. Well, shouldn't you apologize? That's the way to ask the question the same way. But you have the answer the question, so savannah Guthrie being a sharp attorney suggested the answer it's got a leading question in every question she asked, but that's not what it is Twitter as exploded. Because savannah Guthrie wasn't mean enough to the kid the sixteen year old boy, she wasn't mean enough to this teenager Twitter, wanted her to be more mean more cruel to pin them down make him confess to the Kennedy assassination. That is where we are as a people. Isn't it true? Matt don't you believe what the hell is that? I stand with Cup cath. Let's continue with more. Bill Cunningham seven hundred you automobile..
"guthrie" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Priority. They would love to talk to people in the state of Utah about your Senator Mitt Romney. But it is Nancy Pelosi day if you've noticed the media, and you've noticed the quivers and Denise shaking and brow. Wiping in the sudden fits of excitement is Nancy Pelosi is once again to be speaker of the house they've invited. People Nancy Pelosi day, bring the kids. Well, you know, the ones that are alive and have survived et cetera being them, we'll have a barbecue of kind of a stem grown fake meat products grown in a laboratory kind of soy tasting tastes a little bit like chicken, but the rubber variety and we're going to celebrate America. Nancy Pelosi's America well to be precise. Now in North America. We don't want to get to jingoistic on Nancy Pelosi day or. As they've now issued a correction really what we ought to look at is the land mass north of South America that'll be our celebration for the day, the north bland mass north of South America. So all of this around the woman whose daughter now, I don't I'm as I'm a father, and I don't know that this would be the praise at want for my daughter, and maybe you, parents, etc. Maybe give your feedback on this. I have thought long and hard about on the day that I depart this earth, hopefully to go to the Lord I envisioned being there with my daughter, and my wife is a hold my hand. And they say goodbye to me, and I have not envisioned looking at my daughter and having her say dad, I've always admired about you that you will cut people's heads off. And they will not know they're bleeding that has not been my aspiration as a father. But that is in fact, what Nancy Pelosi's daughter has says about her she'll cut your head off before, you know, you're bleeding that's high praise from daughter, but isn't that divisive? And what does this mean, by the way for Mitch McConnell and President Obama if? If you were to advise them, what would you be telling them to do because there's some realities in the operating realities is now with the house of representatives run by the cold hearted hands of Nancy Pelosi cut your head off before you're bleeding. Are there deals to be made? Is there anything that we should do or could do in terms of dealmaking? They don't tend to give the president any form of victory as it relates to a wall. That's very very clear and the sticking point for them. It's nothing to do with money. We all know that I've seen the pieces. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. Fiscal restraint pay as you go as nothing to do with that. The fact of the matter is this would be very much as a listener to my local show said like Chuck Schumer having a grand a thousand bucks in his pocket, and you ask him for something like a buck fifty to go get a Cup of coffee or a couple of bucks for a Cup of coffee. None of its financial, and they all know that. But the operating reality for Nancy Pelosi something else altogether. She is being flanked on her left in. This is interesting. So you have the fake socialist who's going to go up against the other fake socialist, one of them young and a frac- Brooklyn one of them old am demonstrably corrupt. It's Alexandria or cost you TEZ going up against Nancy Pelosi Cortez's says that she is not going to bow down first round. She's gonna take what is this symbolic vote against Nancy Pelosi and on something this actually decent pays you. Go. Your pays you go legislation. Simply means you gotta cut a little bit to spend a little bit. And it is a sign of the times that in the democrat party. You are able to now watch this young upstart pretend Brooklyn, I her dad was actually the CEO is on architecture company was an architect NCO. So the hardscrabble upbringing head to go down and be a bartender to make ends meet that didn't happen quite as much as she'd like you to know. But Nancy Pelosi now has to deal with this left. Flank and. Folks are getting upset. They're getting concerned kid we deal with Nancy Pelosi. Well, let's take some examples from history we've dealt with it before I was part of a team who ran against her. We ran the fire Nancy Pelosi campaign, and I got to confront her staff when we sent them fleeing from the internet that campaign was so successful because she had so unlikable I'll tell you a little inside information out of Washington DC, I chatted with a congresswoman who was on the floor. When Nancy Pelosi was voting for an abortion Bill. Do you did standing in the wings getting ready to vote for more money for abortions? She was feverishly crossing herself. Now, I'm not anybody's judge professor, a priest. But I don't know that crossing yourself feverishly vote for more abortions is the way to go. But the media wiping their brow fits of heavy breathing. Unable to control their thoughts as they envision of Pelosi. Congress. On NBC is it Samantha gun Guthrie or savannah Guthrie? I don't have a TV. So I don't know. So rely on us. Samantha or savannah, savannah Guthrie savannah Guthrie on ABC talking to Nancy Pelosi. NBC you're probably the most powerful women in government. Pelosi says in the United States. Yes, got three. Yes policy. That's true. Guthrie? Do you think about that? And think about what it means. Do you think about that as a personal accomplishment and Pelosi sits back and triangulate and calculates and things. And no, I think of it as responsibility, I don't think of it as an accomplishment, I think of it as a real responsibility. And how we go forward, and what that means in terms of the lives of American working families, and that's more. This doesn't break a glass ceiling. This is breaking a marble ceiling in the Capitol Hill, the United States. No, I don't think it's quite that momentous side note true or false. This is the first congress in which a woman will be seated who married her brother and lived with him for eight years this false question. And if that's true, how is that not made the media? And if that's true is Nancy Pelosi. You're going to be asked about that. Now in a go forward basis. What you wanna do? Well, look number one is stopped the wall because it is. Core promise of the president United States. It is what he ran upon when he came down the stairs. That's what drew the attention. He stepped on a line and stepped on a button that none of the other Republican candidates would ever do. We'll talk later in the show about professional Republicans ye- what that means to me. It means people who if you were to ask them. What do you do for a living say, well, I Republican what's that mean? Well, that's that's what I do. I republican. So what are your principles? Well, it's about Republican. Well, you conservative. Well, if that's if it's say Republican. Yeah. If it's something else, I'm a Republican Trump has been an antidote to that to professional republicanism. And there are in Washington DC little tiny whispers that this Mitt Romney thing. It's time to go. Right ahead and Nancy Pelosi to put in the minds of the American people this choice, but Pelosi intens investigations Pelosi intends shutdowns of the Trump agenda Pelosi intends to do what she can to try to get a personal attack levied against her by the president she intends to drive or draw him out that way and in terms of policy. Does it matter or does it Mitch McConnell sometimes has in his heart? This knee. The American people she made rich cross out on edge Pelosi. We things we can do to move forward. But they're always deals that we ended up not liking, for instance, so-called criminal Justice reform, Bill not high in that. I know the president signed it. Maybe he sees things in it. I don't see I think we're letting the few too many people out of jail, but he had the details. I didn't have the full details. But it ends up being these things that if Nancy Pelosi Mitch McConnell get together. Then we got to turn to the president. So what do you do in that place? If you're advising how do you advise the president to proceed and the media can't hide themselves CNN CNN on their front page. I took screen shot of the graphic Trump's presidency is about to totally change. He's going to face a new level of opposition. He hasn't yet seen. So we have not seen opposition this president who has been opposed more than any president in history has not seen opposition. I failed to believe that another thing. The Democrats intend to do is go after the tax. Returns to the professional Republicans. Some of you want to see the president's tax returns. I happen if they deal. Let's let's go full transparency. Let's do that such repression. Republicans are you afraid to come back and say, oh transparency. That's what you want to tell you. What why don't we do something? We can do right now today. This instant why don't we go ahead and release all the details and all the names on the congressional sexual abuse slush fund? Why don't you? Give us the details on that all of the abusers. What they're accused of. And how much money we spent because all that takes is a signature from Nancy Pelosi since we're gonna go full transparency and wall work in the debate this Bill about tax returns and ten years of prior tax returns. Why don't we do something else? You can all do. What are we disclose? The details of the work your family members have done where they've drawn down a couple hundred grand on your packs running a couple hundred granted per year or three hundred grand per year. Why don't we see an accounting of the work? They actually delivered to these donor. Owners. Why don't we get that transparent? And while we're talking about transparency. Why don't we go ahead and take through some of the records of the attendance of board meeting you and your family have had were you suddenly ended up on the boards of companies and industries about which, you know, little let's have a look at datas the American people. Let's go full transparency. And let's also do this. Why don't we go ahead and release all in any reports on Russia in how the investigation went about? Why don't we go ahead and declassify any and all of this information since you would like to go full transparency aimed at one guy. This is something I'd love to see the profession Republicans. Those are the people who Republican for a living stand up and say we're ready to play the transparency game in the Romney timing. Right next door to Pelosi taking a seat. Look, I can believe that mitt is a good guy in his personal life. And I know this in my judgment. He's a cardboard cutout of a man. He's kind of our Hillary Clinton in a way, he's not corrupt. But I don't think he exists because he's really just a walking amalgamation of the polls Stott Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the EIB network will get back into your calls. You're listening to the network six.
"guthrie" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Courageous to go on CNN to criticize the president. That takes a real man to do to do. Join the throng. Join the choir. Right. Exactly. And then Mitt Romney went on on television last night. Where did he go on television? He went on CNN last night. To do what to continue to attack Trump because that's why they invite Republicans on CNN either that or to shout you down an interrupt and dismiss you and and sputter and then go back to their cackling gaggle of circle fasting Democrats, which is what goes on every hour of every day in that ridiculous place that they pretend to call a news organization C N N. And again today that the news media. They're just gushing with praise about Pelosi coming in she's going to be a hopefully, the new hopeful era in Washington because the Democrats are taking the house. I'm not kidding. You this CNN who is it the politico all these people will get to that in a little bit. Let's go to let's go to the telephones because I haven't gone to the telephones and talk to some nice people. We've got we got nanny Pelosi. We got she. She did this ridiculous interview. And and savannah, Guthrie democrat. We'll get to that. Okay. Let's go to the phones. Let's go to Mike it mass -chusetts Guzzanti, Mike, you're on the Chris Plante show. Greetings from Mark. Visits. Chris. As far as the law goes, I told my friend the other day, I think Mexico's already paying for the wall because you think all those people in Tijuana, they made it across we've footing the.