4 Burst results for "Hubert Farnsworth"

"hubert farnsworth" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"hubert farnsworth" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"In Jacksonville. Florida know what happened This guy was, on that don't, know anything about it Yeah I guess For Dan I'm not. Positive on? That, how awful Step up more on the. Mental health field with people. In stuff like that look. At this By trying, to reach out to people in the system is so bad when it comes. To that stuff And I just wanted to know what you guys was on that Well I initial thought is and can you turn down whatever your headphone or something because there's a lot of echo Can you hear me better now Oh I can hear you the. Problem is I'm hearing myself? Mark, can you. Just tell them. Yeah I'm. Gonna put him on hold ahead I'll give my thought my thoughts on this just like any other tragedy is it's a tragedy and I don't want to wind up trying to come up, with some sort of thought of here's how you solve it because there are so. Many. Things that nobody knows yet yeah I kind of to me mental health is certainly an issue in many, of these these situations but we're so far from figuring out even what mental health. Means It's just difficult and tragic go ahead Can you hear me I think he's trying to listen to us on the radio. Instead, of actually through his. Cell phone. Yep thanks for the call. Appreciate it I have a difficult time I don't know how to run this board and like put him. On hold the way that he does I just use the hold. Button, here that he can't hear them oh that's. The, way. To put somebody, on, hold, okay, great the numbers, eight, five, five. Four five zero three seven three three and. You know These. Shootings are going to continue you just got to be prepared for. This, America world the shootings are going on all. Around, the. World whether you're, talking, about, places, that have good, mental, health, networks. Are bad ones Places that have. Good gun laws or bad whatever you might people that they'll point to places like Britain that have very stringent. Gun laws and yes. There are per capita fewer. Shootings and Britain than there, are. In the United States but there are just as many if not more violent crimes in, Britain than there are in the United States the problem isn't guns the. Problem is at knives the problem. Is at baseball bats the problem is that you pulled. Don't respect humanity and respect the lives of other, people and there might certainly be some mental health problems in there as well But, just. Saying give mental health treatment does it go at the root cause of the problem and. I don't know how to get to the root cause of the problem Yeah Mental health treatment often means incarceration for people who haven't committed a. Crime and that's a very difficult thing for libertarians to to. Justify and if you if one does justify, it they're gonna have a difficult time, because, well there's gonna be some sad stories about those people who got incarcerated without having committed a. Crime most states have some kind of involuntary mental evaluation. Process I think in, Florida it's called the Baker act influenced the Baker. Act, I I've heard you talk about that before in. Pennsylvania I think they call it a three zero, two which is based on the sex of law that allows that to. Happen and a lot of this can just be if somebody winds up saying something that is construed as I'm going to hurt. Myself There's there's all those things there was a situation I remember a long Dokie when I was living in Sarasota where Two neighbors one was a. Psychiatrist The psychiatrist neighbor was upset with. The other neighbor. For something. Right Baker acted him And ultimately, they came back after the psychiatrists psychologists lady for. Whatever the situation was but that's that's the only way you ever hear about this how many people have been Baker, acted over sort of petty dispute or whatever the state equivalent is where you live right or whatever I know in Pennsylvania it happens quite frequently, I worked hospital security and I would have to. Go sit outside of. The emergency room area when psychiatrists. We're, talking to people to make sure if. The, person wound up getting violent security was there and a lot of it was just. Sort of off the cuff statement of I don't want to. Live on this planet. Anymore it's messed up. All I think daddy's gonna kill himself no daddy's expressing frustration. At people being idiots well maybe he. Just got done watching future Raba and he summoned his inner Hubert Farnsworth the earth isn't. Gonna stop being populated by idiots anytime soon I know I have I do have. Hope I, have sympathy for this small group primate called homo. Sapien I think that we're gonna make it I think we're gonna make it just buy the the hair of our, Cini chin Chin's Sure what that means what do you mean We're going to. Make, it I don't know what you. Mean oh it's likely Why aren't there aliens if. The galaxy or the you know the the? Universe is fifteen billion years old why don't why, haven't, we seen any aliens maybe they don't want to deal with us maybe but but maybe they. All blew themselves up into? Their own nuclear reactions because. They couldn't. Get along, why aren't there dinosaurs anymore vade it and make it? That's why, I mean what do you mean humans are going to. Make it I mean some point in the future humans. Will cease to exist it's. Going to be a long way. In, the future And at this point you can't predict what's going to do it it isn't gonna be the sun burning out.

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"hubert farnsworth" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"hubert farnsworth" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Anything about it Four Four. Dead I'm not positive on. That how? Often I think they need, to step. Up more on the mental. Health field With people in stuff like that look at this Better by trying to reach out to people in the system is so bad when it comes. To that stuff And I just wanted to know what your guys was on that Well I initial thought is canoe turn down whatever your headphone or something because there's a lot of echo I'm sorry to? Hear, me better now I can, hear you the problem is I'm hearing myself Mark can you trust him Yeah I'm gonna put him on hold head I'll give my thought my thoughts on this just like any other, tragedy is it's a tragedy and I don't want to wind up trying to come. Up with some sort of thought of here's how you solve. It because there are so many things. That nobody knows yet Yeah I kind of to me mental health is certainly an issue in many of, these these situations but we're so far from figuring out even what mental health means It's just difficult and tragic go ahead Can you hear me I think he's trying to listen to the radio. Instead, of actually through his cell. Phone Yep. Thanks for the call Donny. Appreciate it I have a difficult time I don't know how to run this board and like put him. On hold the way that he does I just use the hold. Button, here that he can't hear them oh that's a. Fine, way. To put somebody, on, hold, okay, great the, numbers, eight, five, five. Four five zero, three seven three three and. You know these shootings are gonna continue you just got. To be prepared for this America world the shootings, are going on all around the world whether you're talking about places that have. Good mental health networks are bad ones places, that have good gun laws or bad whatever you might see some people that they'll point to places like. Britain that, have very stringent gun, laws and yes there are per capita fewer shootings and Britain. Than there are in the United States but. There are Just, as. Many if not, more violent crimes in Britain. Than there are in the United States the problem isn't. Guns the problem is at knives the problem is, at baseball bats the problem is that people don't respect humanity and respect the. Lives of other people and there might certainly, be some mental health problems in there as well but just saying give mental health treatment doesn't go at. The root, cause of the problem, and I don't know how to get to the root cause. Of the problem Yeah Mental health treatment often means incarceration for people who haven't committed a. Crime and that's a very difficult thing for libertarians to to. Justify and if you if one does justify, it they're gonna have a difficult time, because, well there's gonna be some sad stories about those people who got incarcerated without having committed a. Crime? Right and most states have some kind of involuntary mental evaluation. Process I think in, Florida it's called the Baker act. Influenced I know I've heard you talk about that before in. Pennsylvania I think they call it a, three oh, two which is based on the section of law that allows that to. Happen and a lot of this can just be if somebody winds up saying something that is construed as I'm going to hurt. Myself There's all those things there was a situation I remember in longboat key when I was living in Sarasota where Two neighbors was a psychiatrist the psychiatrist neighbor was upset with the other neighbor for. Something right, Baker acted him and ultimately they came back after, the psychiatrists psychologists lady for whatever the situation was but that's that's the only way you ever hear about this how, many people have. Been Baker acted over. Sort of petty dispute. Or whatever the state equivalent is where you live right or. Whatever I know In Pennsylvania it happens. Quite frequently I worked hospital security and I would have to go sit outside of the emergency room area when psychiatrists we're talking to people to make sure if the person wound up getting violent security. Was there and a lot of it was just sort of off the cuff, statements of I don't wanna live on this. Planet anymore it's. Messed, up oh I think daddy's gonna. Kill, himself no daddy's expressing frustration at people. Being idiots maybe he just got done watching future Raba and he summoned his inner. Hubert Farnsworth the earth isn't gonna stop being populated by idiots. Anytime soon I know. I have I do. Have hope I have sympathy for this small group primate called. Homo Sapien I think that we're gonna. Make it I think we're gonna make it just buy the the hair of our chimney chin chins about sure what. That means what do? You mean We're going to make it I don't know what you. Mean oh it's likely Why aren't there aliens if. The galaxy or the you know the the? Universe is fifteen billion years old why don't we, have we seen any aliens maybe they don't want to deal with us maybe but maybe they. All blew themselves up into? Their own nuclear reactions. Because they. Couldn't get, along why aren't there dinosaurs anymore they didn't make it? That's why, I mean what do you mean humans are going to. Make it I mean some point in the future humans. Will cease to exist it's. Going to be a long way. In, the future And at this point you can't predict? What's going, to do it it isn't gonna be the sun burning. Out got to get off this planet free talk live The bitcoin Signature hardwares roots.

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"hubert farnsworth" Discussed on Drawn: The Story of Animation

Drawn: The Story of Animation

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"hubert farnsworth" Discussed on Drawn: The Story of Animation

"Okay gotta sign off all you know who is barking up to you tomorrow on the topic futurama came up just a little while ago is said before one of my favorite shows of all time watching philip j fry navigate the future as a person from our time is engaging and funny and touching in a way that few shows animation or live action ever achieve get ready because you're about to hear a lot more about it when i got to talk with voice acting superstar billy west who voiced the lead character of fry as well as doctors lloyd berg professor hubert farnsworth that brannigan and nixon's head among others i was beyond eager to start talking to him about futurama i know that you love bugs but you told me right before we started that your favorite projects that you worked on his futurama yes it was my favorite show i ever did it which i have such an insane depth of love for i can't quite communicate it what you love is the concerted effort of these brilliant brilliant writers that i've never really we worked with the likes of people like that before didn't know what to expect sometimes i even get it when i was reading it stupid joke it was like a frie heard beer makes stupid and he goes nine doesn't and i looked at david cohen the director and i said david no i'm doesn't please read it as written than i went okay i'll be back for that seven hundred forty nine fix it the and i saw it on tv and i went stupid i felt i'm the brewery i heard alcohol makes you know doesn't actually do i your right alcohol is very very bad for children who is it who said that the brain is in oregon for creating the future i mean we're always envisioning the future right again that's pretty soon writer eric kaplan.

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"hubert farnsworth" Discussed on Drawn: The Story of Animation

Drawn: The Story of Animation

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"hubert farnsworth" Discussed on Drawn: The Story of Animation

"Of course even though there are bugs cartoons without much talking part of that vaudevillian nature that eddie mentioned was that incredible wits now my little benefactor go again with the timid little rabbit routine shameful but the living communist rabid coming get you bugs is a pro at cracking wise and those jokes were told by mel blanc for a long time as the voice of bugs after blank's death in the summer of nineteen eighty nine a number of other voice actors have stepped into the conic role did you think a lot about bugs is pre existing sort of huge iconic status before you started speaking his him yes normally i wouldn't do that but since it was something so i contacted you know mel blanc was one of my idols and back in the dark ages it was guys like him and women like june faure those people lit my world up it was real foggy in dark in detroit you know back in the fifties so anytime i heard these voices i it was like someone set me on fire that's voice acting legend billy west he has given voices two both ren and stimpy he played fry doctors lloyd berg professor hubert farnsworth ends at branagan on futurama seir it's not necessary or wise to be naked just like my tennis instructor and he's the voice of the rhythm had three people try to eat today three lucky penny anyway sometimes i wish are we human in nineteen ninetysix he voiced bugs bunny for the movie space jam doc it's a real book bunny expecting maybe these not really billy talked with me about the way mel blanc inspired his career and how bugs evolved overtime be you know like molecular torn apart and landed on the floor when i heard dip performances and a lot of times i couldn't tell that it was them doing five and seven other voices so when i was old enough to read the credits i would see these names like does butler don mesic and june foray but but mel kind of lit the way for most voice dudes that i know pretty much the same story would just this kid that was just riveted by the this magic and you knew they were adults you just knew that there was something off you know they weren't children they were wacky adults.

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