17 Burst results for "Ian Punnett"

"ian punnett" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

04:32 min | 6 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett well I'm kind of cheating the theme a little bit here I said earlier we were going to be playing bumpers all night from people who have succumbed to code in nineteen John Prine was falsely reported as having passed he was not actually gone however he had been intubated and his wife says he is not improving but he is also still alive but I couldn't miss the chance to play a song and talk about John Prine it it just like fountains of Wayne earlier in the hour Adam Slesinger one of my favorite song writers of the last fifteen years Adam Slesinger who wrote not just wonderful songs for fountains of Wayne but also I I love that thing you do I love the music and that thing you do and he did the title track for that and he just had this great feel for jangle pop in tight harmonies and loved it hello John Prine who is part of that Chicago school that came up in the early seventies along with Steve Goodman and Mike Barnicle lock in some of the other sort of neo folk artists who are capturing that sound of the every man in and the sort of funny songs which John Prine was most famous for and and hopefully he will recover although is his last report from his family didn't sound very encouraging but you know that's the way the world goes round coming up a little bit later on we'll get to some other cuts from people who have who've already passed though and and it's something to keep in mind you know yeah a lot of performers are the people who look like meet and greet the most they touch the most hands they have fans who want to give them hugs and you know it there doesn't take many performers you know it probably more than a month to meet a thousand people two thousand people who come up to shake their hands or get an autograph so that just reminds me to tell you Tom down Heiser next time you and George are out doing when your live shows by him do you I know you all are very hands on with your fans and all but just be careful we are in you know the health and well being of our our listeners and fans is the very most important thing to us so we take all precautions we can as of right now though we're Garth three shows this year are still full steam ahead we're gonna be in Houston Texas at the hobby center for the performing arts on Saturday June thirteenth they were gonna head over the the Diana Wortham theatre in Asheville North Carolina on Saturday August twenty ninth in Ian we're gonna end the year at the historic Everett theatre in Everett Washington on Saturday September sixteenth we're going to get you to one of the shows but all this information is up on the coast to coast am dot com websites you just click there and all that info is right there live band music George sings a few songs some interviews we set up microphone so people can interact with the guests it's really a lot of fun and I like I said we're gonna get you there sometime but I gotta tell you too I love that your music guy but I can't help but like absolutely I wish I could play better and not just read about and and enjoy other people's work I wish I I I do have a new job bro guitar though that my mother yeah it's a beautiful it took it took the antique it's a collector's item and I didn't I took Leicester taking lessons again but it'll be a while before I can perform with the likes of a George nori are calm down highs are but right now I'm back in still sort of the Michael row your boat or shore era but I'm kind of getting there you know what if you practice will put you on stage next year a lot of the shows it'll take at least that it took me two years of now but I'll get to work all right we'll get to your open we'll get your open line calls at the top of the hour meantime we'll get a couple more great questions coming up next for doctor Dr John McDougall what can you do to help narrow the morbidity rate of of covert nineteen both in your own personal life and that of your family and hopefully we can put an end to this virus before it gets to the two point two million that which he mentioned his still a possibility in this country and there was a time when people didn't even think we were going to hit two forty I hope we don't I mean I'm I really do but not the way it's going so far we'll get the latest coming up on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:08 min | 6 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Coast AM with Ian Punnett the law I hated even run the numbers over that song I just love it so much and I'm you know I know he didn't die from covert nineteen I know that is heart disease and old age but such a fan of bill withers I just couldn't miss the opportunity to pops up on my kind of throwing him into the into the mix of the bumpers tonight of others that we played who who appear at least in the case of John Prine who still hanging on thank god although he had been reported dead earlier this week he's still in there that that we've lost too many people already too many just fabulous songwriters including Adam Slesinger from you know fountains of Wayne Joe Diffie was a great songwriter I never met him I met some of these other artists over the years I never met him but I sat near him at a restaurant when I was a natural place to do the morning show for rock station and national and and I was sitting with somebody who knew who country stars were I didn't end there like over there over there and I think what they're there and it was it was Joe Diffie also called but it really knows music that but of course can hard to miss it later on it is sort of beyond belief if you don't if you bought a if I could borrow an expression of beyond belief is sort of beyond belief that bill withers is gone because I do love star sightings yeah you are you have been LA probably alive I was the last person you spotted through the last person was when I was in a room once at a party and I I I talked to this guy started talking when he goes you know I'm famous for one thing and I said what is it and he said you remember the band wild cherry sure we use that one and he goes I did the solo on that album fine yeah I think one thing that's great I love the but yeah it is beyond belief right yeah well I'll throw in Windsor so I was in the I was in an elevator at the four seasons in Vegas I'm from the old I'm just going up in the elevator and I look over there is Gabe Kaplan I love it and he was there for a poker tournament but you know he just hit his head down you have a cap on and I looked over at him and I'm sitting with my wife in the boys and I look at him and I just said I said I just said hi I know hi I know I know and he just kind of smiled at me and he did I did mess it up are you up and he said I'm up a little I was in a conversation with him that much it was going to buy him and then one time I'm standing on the street the swear to god is true I'm saying the street Chicago that I'm talking to a guy on the cell phone and I look up and walking down the street and Michigan Avenue is Eric Clapton I love it at night Eric Clapton's walking right and nobody is recognizing Eric Clapton and he's just walking right to me and I'm talking to a guy whose phone is good hang on rob and just as Eric Clapton walks past me I said I love you it looks thanks mate they kept on walking the last one because I want to tell you about beyond belief but yeah I just real quick I went into my eye doctor once a word is because people will now and standing there is pasta really is walking I'm like why would he be there he just nodded at me because he knew I recognized him I don't see anything I just said you know smile well that's great it well like you know the guys in cancer so all they need bifocals to Simonsen glasses I wanna rock and roll a day and party till about eight thirty the lyric runs these days well listen speaking of rock and roll and you gotta get over to beyond belief dot com we put up a free episode every week so if you head over there now you can see Billy Carson in the teachings of the emerald tablet some really great stuff yeah and we tape once a month and it's a really fun show I think you'll be happy to get over there look into it and if you go to beyond belief dot com right now you can check out a seven day kind of trial to see if you like and see the whole catalog and archer on wider distribution to like with every year you're getting more and more eyeballs yeah they're they're trying to get us on like the Netflix type places too yeah so they just keep trying but it's beyond belief dot com and that's where you want to go to rific thank you so much we'll get back to your calls and open lines and take us wherever you're going to go coming up next on coast to coast AM in for George nori this is Ian Punnett a few moments bring you joy like going to the mailbox after you've done your taxes reaching in and pulling out that one item you've been waiting so once.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:18 min | 6 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett the law is hated even run the numbers over that song I just love it so much and I'm you know I know he didn't die from covert nineteen I know that is heart disease and old age but such a fan of bill withers I just couldn't miss the opportunity to pops up on my kind of thrown him into the into the mix of the bumpers tonight of others that we played who who appear at least in the case of John Prine who still hanging on thank god although he had been reported dead earlier this week he's still in there that that we've lost too many people already too many just fabulous songwriters including Adam Slesinger from you know fountains of Wayne Joe Diffie was a great songwriter I never met him I met some of these other artists over the years I never met him but I sat near him at a restaurant when I was a natural place to do the morning show for rock station and national and and I was sitting with somebody who knew who have country stars were I didn't and they're like they're over there and think what they're there and it was it was Joe Diffie also called but I didn't really know is music that but of course hard to miss it later on but it is sort of beyond belief if you don't if you bought a if I could borrow an expression of beyond belief is sort of beyond belief that bill withers is gone because I do love star sightings yeah you are you have been LA probably alive I was the last person you spotted through the last person was when I was in a room once at a party and I I I talked to this guy started talking when he goes you know I'm famous for one thing and I said what is it and he said you remember the band wild cherry sure use it once and he goes I did the solo on that album song I'm filled with one king that's great I love that but yeah it is beyond belief right yeah well I'll throw in Windsor so I was in the I was in the elevator at the four seasons in Vegas I'm no I'm just going up in the elevator and I look over there is Gabe Kaplan I love it and he was there for a poker tournament but you know he just had his head down you have a cap on and I looked over at him and I'm sitting with my wife in the boys and I look at him and I just said I said I just said hi I know I know I know and he just kind of smiled at me and he did I did mess it up are you up and he said I'm a little I was in a conversation with you just that much it was going to bug him and then one time I'm standing on the street the swear to god is true I'm saying the street Chicago that I'm talking to a guy on the cell phone and I look up and walking down the street and Michigan Avenue is Eric Clapton I love it at night the air clutches walking right and nobody is recognizing Eric Clapton and he's just walking right to me and I'm talking to a guy whose phone is good hang on rob and just as Eric Clapton walks past me I said I love you and he looked at me and thanks mate they kept on walking the last one because I want to tell you about beyond belief but yeah I just real quick I went into my eye doctor once a word is because people will now and standing there's pasta really is walking I'm like why would he be there he just nodded out because he knew I recognized him and say anything I just said you know smiled well that's great it well like you know the guys in cancer so all they need bifocals to using glasses my gosh I wanna rock and roll a day and party till about eight thirty the lyric runs these days well listen speaking of rock and roll and you gotta get over to beyond belief dot com we put up a free episode every week so if you head over there now you can see Billy Carson in the teachings of the emerald tablets really great staff yeah and we tape once a month and it's a really fun show I think you'll be happy to get over there look into.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:31 min | 6 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on WTVN

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett well I'm kind of cheating the theme a little bit here I said earlier we were gonna be playing bumpers all night from people who have succumbed to cove in nineteen John Prine was falsely reported as having passed he was not actually gone however he had been intubated and his wife says he is not improving but he is also still alive but I couldn't miss the chance to play a song and talk about John Prine it just like fountains of Wayne earlier in the hour Adam Slesinger one of my favorite song writers of the last fifteen years Adam Schlesinger who wrote not just wonderful songs for fountains of Wayne but also I loved that thing you do I love the music and that thing you do and he did the title track for that and he just had this great feel for jangle pop in tight harmonies and loved it hello John Prine who is part of that Chicago school that came up in the early seventies along with Steve Goodman and Mike Barnicle lock in some of the other sort of neo folk artists who are capturing that sound of the every man in and the sort of funny songs which John Prine was most famous for and and hopefully he will recover although is his last report from his family didn't sound very encouraging but you know that's the way the world goes round coming up a little bit later on we'll get to some other cuts from people who have who've already passed though and and it's something to keep in mind you know yeah a lot of performers are the people who look like meet and greet the most the touch the most hands they have fans who want to give them hugs and you know it there doesn't take many performers you know it probably more than a month to meet a thousand people two thousand people who come up to shake their hands or get an autograph so that just reminds me to tell you Tom down Heiser next time you and George are out doing when your live shows by him do you I know you all are very hands on with your fans and all but just be careful we are in you know the health and well being of our our listeners and fans is the very most important thing to us so we take all precautions we can as of right now though we're Garth three shows this year are still full steam ahead we're gonna be in Houston Texas at the hobby center for the performing arts on Saturday June thirteenth they were gonna head over the the Diana Wortham theatre in Asheville North Carolina on Saturday August twenty ninth in Ian we're gonna end the year at the historic Everett theatre in Everett Washington on Saturday September sixteenth we're going to get you to one of the shows but all this information is up on the coast to coast am dot com websites you just click there and all that info is right there live band music George sings a few songs some interviews we set up microphone so people can interact with the guests it's really a lot of fun and I like I said we're gonna get you there sometime but I gotta tell you too I love that your music guy I can't help but I absolutely I wish I could play better and not just read about and and enjoy other people's work I wish I I I do have a new job pro guitar though that my mother yeah it's a beautiful it's like it's a bad tickets a collector's item and I've been I took Leicester taking lessons again but it'll be a while before I can perform with the likes of the George nori are calm down highs are but right now I'm back in still sort of the Michael row your boat or shore era but I'm kind of getting there you know what if you practice will put you on stage next year a lot of the shows it'll take at least that took me two years of now but I'll get to work all right we'll get to your open we'll get your open line calls at the top of the hour meantime we'll get a couple more great questions coming up next for doctor Dr John McDougall what can you do to help us narrow the morbidity rate of of covert nineteen both in your own personal life and that of your family and hopefully we can put an end to this virus before it gets to the two point two million which he mentioned his still a possibility in this country and there was a time when people didn't even think we were going to hit two forty I hope we don't I mean I'm I really do but not the way it's going so far we'll get the latest coming up on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

Ian Punnett
"ian punnett" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:33 min | 6 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett so this is that time if you've been holding back a thought on the corona virus you can jump in on that but it's open line so it doesn't have to be I just know that many people have been wanting to talk about it and sometimes couldn't get through during the week it coming up but tomorrow night the great influenza in the first hour John Barry will be our guest and we'll talk about how difficult things have been Bob today but looking at it through a historical lens too so if you're thinking that everything's a big over reaction or this could be something which could be explained away I'll give you this reminder I was just this was even in just the the prologue of the book the great influenza in nineteen eighteen when the influenza virus emerged to probably in the United States that would spread around the world one of its earliest appearances in lethal form came in Philadelphia before that a worldwide pandemic faded away in nineteen twenty two years later it would killed more people than any other outbreak of disease in human history plague in the nineteen thirties killed a larger proportion of the world's population more than one quarter of Europe for example but in raw numbers influenza killed more than to plague then and more than aids today but the numbers go on they're staggering but it it should read a good reminder that it's important to you know to play back it comes like in baseball you know you're gonna drop the infield back for this one until we know that things are heading in the right direction the extrapolations that scientists were doing and will you know even the administration's own it you know Stephen Chow Chee believes Stephen has been doing art terribly scary and we should we should heed that especially with regard to seniors and what was probably the hardest thing over the last couple weeks was on March third I turned sixty years old and all I've been hearing since March third in these news reports as the elderly people over sixty and I I like I like I I I shoot at the TV like Elvis Presley with Robert Goulet on it makes me so mad but that's just how it is and I'm dealing with it so it goes I was telling this to Tom Dan Houser this afternoon we were chatting on the phone better to keep me away from any fire arms during these news reports Tom just for that reason alone don't you know that sixty is the new thirty yeah it's funny because when I'm in class and I said I turned sixty to my students I think sixty was the new ninety so but I don't have to worry about look at look at them in the face anymore for a while as much as I enjoyed my students no in person classes for awhile it's gonna be crazy but that does open up a great opportunity for people to enjoy more of what's in the vaults and more being a coast insider because you've dropped some you've dropped some new rhymes right with yes and yes every week and what we have this week in the from the art bell vault well this week the topic is odd aerial anomalies so the two shows we put in there are from one when art spoke with Jose Escamilla about the flying phenomenon is rods and then we go back to every member that does he like totally remember those I miss those days a great guy and then we go back to nineteen ninety nine part spoke with investigative journalist William Thomas about his research into chemtrails and controls of course is a big subject with a researcher up so this is you know this is classic audio you really don't want to miss it it's all heard without interruption so it's a great time to become an insider all you need to do is head over the coast to coast AM dot com website all the details right there it's just fifteen cents today that nineteen ninety nine for a show on chemtrails that's when the album first came out he has not all these cover bands that have come later that was the original album by the way you need to be a spokesperson for what's going on nowadays because the baseball analogy was I loved it it was a good thing to do well let's let's find out what other people think about when we get back to open lines coming up next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett got an incredible guest right now Christine rose how did you become involved in holistic health and healing that being extremely ill and trying to find a solution I was told I was dying three months to live and I wasn't going to give up I was treated every day Kaneswaran is it's a nominal if you don't have to be very you know to have the benefits of the world you cannot stop and say oh I had another feel good that is the wrong way why I feel so fantastic and.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:02 min | 6 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on KNSS

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundit on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour get to your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though let's open case state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of up of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book and go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influenza is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up in the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett sheeting working living pain free these are a few of the things many of us take for granted yet for many United States military veterans finding and affording oral health care is a challenge dental lifeline network is looking for dentists who can change this will you volunteer to help people like Richard a U. S. naval veteran who suffered severe PTSD after his service he was left homeless for a period of time in his oral.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:28 min | 6 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Ian Punnett thank you very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundit on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not to mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour we'll get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though let's hope K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat Bob it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book and go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:33 min | 6 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on KNSS

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett so this is that time if you've been holding back a thought on the corona virus you can jump in on that but it's open line so it doesn't have to be I just know that many people have been wanting to talk about it and sometimes couldn't get through during the week it coming up but tomorrow night the great influenza in the first hour John Barry will be our guest and we'll talk about how difficult things have been Bob today but looking at it through a historical lens too so if you're thinking that everything's a big over reaction or this could be something which could be explained away I'll give you this reminder I was just this was even in just the the prologue of the book the great influenza in nineteen eighteen when the influenza virus emerged to probably in the United States that would spread around the world one of its earliest appearances in lethal form came in Philadelphia before that a worldwide pandemic faded away in nineteen twenty two years later it would kill more people than any other outbreak of disease in human history plague in the nineteen thirties killed a larger proportion of the world's population more than one quarter of Europe for example but in raw numbers influenza killed more than to plague then and more than aids today the numbers go on they're staggering but it it should read a good reminder that it's important to you know to play back it comes like in baseball you know you gotta drop the infield back for this one until we know that things are heading in the right direction the extrapolations that scientists were doing and will you know even the administration's own it you know Stephen Cauchi believes Stephen has been doing art terribly scary and we should we should heed that especially with regard to seniors and what was probably the hardest thing over the last couple of weeks was on March third I turned sixty years old and all I've been hearing since March third in these news reports as the elderly people over sixty and I I like I like I I I shoot at the TV like Elvis Presley with Robert Goulet on it makes me so mad but that's just how it is and I'm dealing with it so it goes I was telling this to Tom Dan Houser this afternoon we were chatting on the phone better to keep me away from any fire arms during these news reports Tom just for that reason alone don't you know that sixty is the new thirty yeah it's funny because when I'm in class and I said I turned sixty to my students I think sixty was the new ninety so but I don't have to worry about look at look at them in the face anymore for a while as much as I enjoyed my students no in person classes for awhile it's gonna be crazy but that does open up a great opportunity for people to enjoy more of what's in the vaults and more being a coast insider because you've dropped some you've dropped some new rhymes right with yes and yes every week and what we have this week in the from the art bell vault well this week the topic is odd aerial anomalies so the two shows we put in there are from one when art spoke with Jose Escamilla about the flying phenomena known as rods and then we go back to every member that does he like totally remember those I miss those days a great guy to work done and then we go back to nineteen ninety nine part spoke with investigative journalist William Thomas about his research into chemtrails and controls of course is a big subject with everybody up so this is you know this is classic audio you really don't want to miss it it's all heard without interruption so it's a great time to become an insider all you need to do is head over the coast to coast AM dot com website all the details right there it's just fifteen cents today that nineteen ninety nine for a show on chemtrails that's when the album first came out not all these cover bands that have come later that was the original album by the way you need to be a spokesperson for what's going on nowadays because the baseball analogy was I love it it was a good thing to do well let's let's find out what other people think about when we get back to open lines coming up next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett got an incredible guest right now Christine rose how did you become involved in holistic health and healing that being extremely ill and trying to find a solution I was told I was dying three months to live and I wasn't going to give up I was treated every day this kind of war and it no I'm not no if you don't really have to be very you know to have the benefits you cannot stop and say oh I had another feel good that is the wrong way why I feel so fantastic and.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

05:56 min | 6 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on WRVA

"Eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett so this is that time if you've been holding back a thought on the corona virus you can jump in on that but it's open line so it doesn't have to be I just know that many people have been wanting to talk about it and sometimes couldn't get through during the week it coming up but tomorrow night the great influenza in the first hour John berry will be our guest and we'll talk about how difficult things have been up today but looking at it through a historical lens too so if you're thinking that everything's a big over reaction or this could be something which could be explained away I'll give you this reminder I was just this is even in just the the prologue of the book the great influenza in nineteen eighteen when the influenza virus emerged to probably in the United States that would spread around the world one of its earliest appearances in lethal form came in Philadelphia before that a worldwide pandemic faded away in nineteen twenty two years later it would killed more people than any other outbreak of disease in human history plague in the nineteen thirties killed a larger proportion of the world's population more than one quarter of Europe for example but in raw numbers influenza killed more than to plague then and more than aids today but the numbers go on they're staggering but it it should read a good reminder that it's important to you know to play back it comes like in baseball you know you gotta drop the infield back for this one until we know that things are heading in the right direction the extrapolations that scientists were doing and will you know even the administration's own it you know Stephen Cauchi believes Stephen has been doing art terribly scary and we should we should heed that especially with regard to seniors and what was probably the hardest thing over the last couple weeks was on March third I turned sixty years old and all I've been hearing since March third in these news reports as the elderly people over sixty and I I like it I like I I I shoot at the TV like Elvis Presley with Robert Goulet on it makes me so mad but that's just how it is and I'm dealing with it so it goes I was telling this to Tom Dan Houser earlier this afternoon with your chat on the phone better to keep me away from any fire arms during these news reports Tom just for that reason alone don't I know that sixty is the new thirty yeah it's funny because when I'm in class and I said I turned sixty to my students I think sixty was the new ninety so but I don't have to worry about look at look at them in the face anymore for a while as much as I enjoyed my students no in person classes for awhile it's gonna be crazy but that does open up a great opportunity for people to enjoy more of what's in the vaults and more being a coast insider because you've dropped some you've dropped some new rhymes right with yes and yes every week and what we have this week in the from the art bell vault well this week the topic is odd aerial anomalies so the two shows we put in there are from one when art spoke with Jose Escamilla about the flying phenomena known as rods and then we go back to every member that does he like totally remember those I miss those days a great guy that's right and then we go back to nineteen ninety nine part spoke with investigative journalist William Thomas about his research into chemtrails and control of course is a big subject with everybody up so this is you know this is classic audio you really don't want to miss it it's all heard without interruption so it's a great time to become an insider all you need to do is head over the coast to coast AM dot com website all the details are right there is just fifteen cents today that nineteen ninety nine for a show on chemtrails that's when the album first came out he has not all these cover bands that have come later that was the original album by the way you need to be a spokesperson for what's going on nowadays because the baseball analogy was I loved it it was a good thing to do well let's let's find out what other people think about when we get back to open lines coming up next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett got an incredible guest right now Christine rose how did you become involved in holistic health and healing that being extremely ill and trying to find a solution I was told I was dying with three months to live and I wasn't going to give up I was treated every day this kind of war and it is unknown but not if you don't really have to be very you know to have the benefits of the world you cannot stop and say oh I had another feel good that is the wrong way why I feel so fantastic and then pass cuticle Connemara will make all the difference in the world this is Richard Ostrow owner for carnivore research international call one eight six six eight three 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"ian punnett" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

05:09 min | 6 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett so this is that time if you've been holding back of thought on the corona virus you can jump in on that but it's open line so it doesn't have to be I just know that many people have been wanting to talk about it and sometimes couldn't get through during the week it coming up but tomorrow night the great influenza in the first hour John Barry will be our guest and we'll talk about how difficult things have been Bob today but looking at it through a historical lens too so if you're thinking that everything's a big over reaction or this could be something which could be explained away I'll give you this reminder I was just this was even in just the the prologue of the book the great influenza in nineteen eighteen when the influenza virus emerged to probably in the United States that would spread around the world one of its earliest appearances in lethal form came in Philadelphia before that a worldwide pandemic faded away in nineteen twenty two years later it would kill more people than any other outbreak of disease in human history plague in the nineteen thirties killed a larger proportion of the world's population more than one quarter of Europe for example but in raw numbers influenza killed more than to plague then and more than aids today the numbers go on they're staggering but it it should read a good reminder that it's important to you know to play back it comes like in baseball you know you gotta drop the infield back for this one until we know that things are heading in the right direction the extrapolations that scientists were doing and will you know even the administration's own it you know Stephen Cauchi believes Stephen has been doing art terribly scary and we should we should heed that especially with regard to seniors and what was probably the hardest thing over the last couple of weeks was on March third I turned sixty years old and all I've been hearing since March third in these news reports as the elderly people over sixty and I I like I like I I I shoot at the TV like Elvis Presley with Robert Goulet on it makes me so mad but that's just how it is and I'm dealing with it so it goes I was telling this to Tom Dan Houser this afternoon we were chatting on the phone better to keep me away from any fire arms during these news reports Tom just for that reason alone don't I know that sixty is the new thirty yeah it's funny because I'm when I'm in class and I said I turned sixty to my students I think sixty was the new ninety so but I don't have to worry about look at look at them in the face anymore for a while as much as I enjoy my students no in person classes for a while it's gonna be crazy but that does open up a great opportunity for people to enjoy more of what's in the vaults and more being a coast insider because you've dropped some you've dropped some new rhymes right with yes and yes every week and what we have this week in the from the art bell vault well this week the topic is odd aerial anomalies so the two shows we put in there are from one when art spoke with Jose Escamilla about the flying phenomenon is rods and then we go back to every member that does he like totally remember those I miss is a is a great guy and then we go back to nineteen ninety nine part spoke with investigative journalist William Thomas about his research into chemtrails and control of course is a big subject with everybody up so this is you know this is classic audio you really don't want to miss it it's all heard without interruption so it's a great time to become an insider all you need to do is head over the coast to coast AM dot com website all the details right there it's just fifteen cents today that nineteen ninety nine for a show on chemtrails that's when the album first came out he has not all these cover bands that have come later that was the original album by the way you need to be a spokesperson for what's going on nowadays because the baseball analogy was I loved it it was a good thing to do well let's let's find out what other people think about when we get back to open lines coming up next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett got an incredible guest right now Christine rose how did you become involved in holistic health and healing that being extremely ill and trying to find a solution I was told I.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:28 min | 6 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Ian Punnett it's a very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundit on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not mark Nicolas our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour we'll get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though but so K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book can go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 7 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett there you go our last one in our Friday night football per theme every every song had Friday somewhere in the lyric except for one of the just said the start of the weekend but you know that's always Friday Sir close enough and open lines or waiting for you we'll get to in coming up next on coast to coast AM but first if you're going online tonight take a look at what's going on on the art bell vault we got all these wonderful old shows that they're accessible to you through being a coast insider and if you crack the vault by being a coast insider then it opens up a world really have just some amazing shows that art bell dead as the foundational material for coast to coast in the the new episode that's being featured as a a show what near death experiences so it kind of ties into a little bit about what we're talking tonight if you're not a coast insider you should be find out more by going to the website and stand by will who knows she might even get a near death call between now and the top of the hour a coast to coast AM this is the end product if you're struggling with diabetes or high blood pressure really want you to go to dealers dot com and check out the deer was full body cleanse there are thousands of testimonials online from real people who have transformed their health and frankly their lives with the help of the deer was full body cleanse this clients is no fad diet or product it's been featured on countless national TV shows because it works I've done it and I absolutely love the way I look and feel when I do you'll have more energy and stamina and.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on KTOK

"Coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett there you go our last one in our Friday night bumper theme every every song had Friday somewhere in the lyric so for one of them they just said the start of the weekend but you know that's always friendly so close enough and open lines or waiting for you we'll get to in coming up next on coast to coast AM but first if you're going online tonight take a look at what's going on on the art bell vault we got all these wonderful old shows that they're accessible to you through being a coast insider and if you cracked the ball by being a coast insider then it opens up a world really have just some amazing shows that art bell dead as the foundational material for coast to coast in the the new episode that's being featured as a a show what near death experiences so it kind of ties into a little bit about what we're talking tonight if you're not a coast insider you should be find out more by going to the website and stand by will who knows you might even get a near death call between now and the top of the hour on coast to coast AM this is the end product if you're struggling with diabetes or high blood pressure really want you to go to dealers dot com and check out the D. arms full body cleanse there are thousands of testimonials online from real people who have transformed their health and frankly their lives with the help of the deer was full body cleanse this clients is no fad diet or product it's been featured on countless national TV shows because it works I've done it and I absolutely love the way I look and feel when I do you'll have more energy and stamina and.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ian Punnett after that of Michael I love the rock was soon not many that many tunes from that era especially for Motown feature of books to I love the such cool to add you could see the theme of course from our bumpers tonight bringing this back to that first hour discussion we're having about Monty Python Monty Python speaks it's the new version of the book it's been out for a little while but its expanded David Morgan is the author and it's a great oral history of the guy's a Monty Python reflecting back on the creation of the show and some of the unique aspects of it it was really it was it was a fun interview if you missed it go back and you can hear it if you're a coast insider we can just go back and listen to any show anytime you're never bound to space and time and and of course then there's the the vault to which you will have access to great old art bell shows as having a conversation this week on Twitter somebody at the compound it was asking about some of those old art bell days that it's it's intriguing I don't think many people really fully understand how it was that the show came together they even with our having written about it and with other articles having come out over the years about the creation of coast to coast there's a few mysteries there I was enjoying exploring that on on Twitter so if you want to please feel free to connect to me there we get off the air tonight but we'll get back to the open lines it's been quite a show tonight ups and downs both comedy and and tears and we'll see where you're going to take the show coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product real people real stories so I had an appointment with the surgeon and he would tell me what all he was going to do and it was just absolutely horrendous I came out of my car number and I called and canceled my surgery and my problem on my skin went away and I cough twenty four hours a day I saw three different common knowledge as and they could do nothing had mentioned to me about president Reagan take orders in one week one week my coffee hi a bruising and conducts all over my arms you know three weeks after I was on the kind of war I know hi I'm looking at my I don't have any bruises on my arms I'm always I can't put my finger on it but I know something's happening yeah it has to be a cop a war we're talking about the power of waking up your immune system which as you heard as incredible healing powers and make no mistake this is the most versatile application to address all of.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:27 min | 10 months ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ian Punnett kinda had that bumper lined up because I thought we still we talked about the book believe it or not but we had a phone line problem so go back and listen to that first hour with the Nick Russo it's really easy to do if you have coast insider you can find out more by going to coast to coast AM dot com so we've given you all the numbers and that just means we get to spend an extra hour doing open lines on coast to coast and that is always fun on almost every opportunity I've had to do it and it tonight should be no exception there's no agenda so whatever you're going to take the show go ahead this is your turn to jump in the car all slow down the car long enough you to jump in I'll still have my hand on the wheel but it'll be your turn coming up in just a minute on coast to coast AM steady buys Tom Dan Heiser on coast to coast and Tom is always keeping track of the latest developments on the show so I want to ask you I haven't had a chance lately to check out the additions to the vault but what are the new shows that we've been putting up the coast to coast AM dot com for people who are coast insiders I need to tell you that the art bell vault this is just the greatest thing that we're doing in the newest shows are really great the first one is doctor Roger Lee you're an alien implants if you remember how I actually got to be in I went to it an operation where they hold an implant condo you guys did not I was loved those shows to see what if they pull out how did you end up going in was it like a sterile rumors out I knew Roger in in the in fighting me and it was it was a regular like hospital Roger was a podiatrist so yeah it was at his place of work and they had an operating room any at this other doctor and what is due in full and stuff out of people's noses of he's a podiatrist allowing you know wanted healing implants was is that yes this is no in this a specialty in any med school and there is really nice and this guy had a he had a thing in his cheek he thought was from any tea and they were like I mean the church I was standing right there they pulled out that she can just sorry yeah what these shows are really great and there's a by the way there's pictures on the website of that operation but when you were there yeah you take up in George's or to someone else to come but we're all standing around there and you can see the awful fast okay great and then the second show we had it is but Hopkins an objection so yeah these I and what I had occasion to talk to him one night two is a good guy and these are some really great shows the art pole vault these are all shows classic card bill shows heard without interruption so they're really great so if you're not an insider it's a great time to come when you just head over to coast to coast am dot com all info is right there I think it was it I once I was a teenager when I read the out of time was that the first one from but Hopkins I certainly can't member the Copley woods story about the woman from Indiana that was amazing I had some great material yeah love that super well that's all in the vault right now Sir if you join coast insider you'll find out more if you go to the website thank you get access to all of the shows plus now the more we add to the art bell volt fun to go back.

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"ian punnett" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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"ian punnett" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ian punnett" Discussed on KTRH

"To coast AM my name is Ian Punnett and to the hostile alien armies hovering silently behind your cloaking device is just outside of earth's atmosphere remember eat the Canadians first there much tastier and and I believe until about this time tomorrow will be a lot less salty you don't need all that solved because we're just sweat warm here before we finally get some relief starting across the country tomorrow when the storms get really bad hopefully we just we need a good bath I think that's what it that's what it comes down to today ever every place I went to the beach sweating like crazy we're gonna be great show tonight so open up the windows if you're getting a cool breeze or I got the air for you not because you're gonna want to stay up for awhile for this one it's coming down in several parts our main gas coming up later on is an author who's done a lot of research on forgotten heroes from World War two and in particular the stories of Catholic chaplains and missionaries who did things which you may never have heard of because there are their life efforts any which ended during their service in World War two were only recently rediscovered so we'll talk about that coming up later on also on the way David right sorry as I mentioned lessons I promoted last night heavily because.

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