13 Burst results for "Jack Holden"

"jack holden" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:46 min | 6 months ago

"jack holden" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And it's like, while she's driving a truck, like a giant truck and he is just totally unsympathetic in many ways, and I think that it's just a really great performance. And I think that to me showing sort of the ways in which we see Alana in some ways either come close to being sexualized or is sexualized in some ways and the way the movie treats it and I think overall does a pretty good job. This brings us to inevitably to John Michael Higgins. I love this actor, man. But his character owns a Japanese restaurant, and we see him with a couple different Japanese wives over the course of the film. To whom he speaks in English with this crazy Mickey Rooney in breakfast at Tiffany's Japanese accent, hold for laugh and both times it happens. It just stops the film dead and it casts the stink over the scene and every scene that follows it. You're just sitting here going why now? When folks have pointed this out, critics have pointed this out other people have put this out. They tend to come in for some attack from white film Bros who are like, why are you making such a big deal out of this? It's a throwaway joke. It's like 30 seconds in the movie, why does so much of the conversation around this film have to do with that throwaway joke? It's because it's a throwaway joke. Yeah. Exactly. It's exactly why. Because it adds nothing and only subtracts. Right. And it's not just a throwaway joke. It's a throwaway joke that takes up full scenes, like two full scenes in the movie. And there's another moment with the Jack Holden character played by Sean Penn, where he's just like rambling on about his life. And he says, you know, I saw two of my best black friends beheaded in the Congo. That to me is like a throw away. It works because and it isn't as blatantly offensive because it's clearly part of this character the way he talks, it happens and it goes by in a blink of an eye. And you can imagine someone saying that. And Paul Thomas Anderson's excuse for putting in the John Michael Higgins thing has been like when asked about this in The New York Times, he said, my mother in law's Japanese and my father in law is white. So seeing people speak English to her with a Japanese accent, it's something that happens all the time..

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"jack holden" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"jack holden" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Get right into it. Now licorice pizza is a Shaggy narrative that's got little plot, mostly vibes. It's 1973 in the valley, Cooper Hoffman plays 15 year old Gary Valentine, a cocky child actor who's quickly aging out of show business. At school, he meets 25 year old Alana Kane, played by Alana haim, where she's working as a photographer's assistant on picture day. And immediately he asked her out on a date. She agrees, but the two develop an unusual complicated dynamic, which we will definitely get into. Because there's not really much of a plot here, just a few things that happened throughout the movie. Gary and his mom Anita, played by Mary Elizabeth Ellis, start a business selling water beds and hire Alana as an employee. I want to briefly toys with the idea of becoming an actress and goes out to dinner with an oddball actor named Jack Holden, played by Sean Penn, and meets one of his friends, a director, played by Tom Waits. A water bed delivery turned into an epic hours long excursion involving Barbra Streisand's boyfriend and hairdresser John Peters, who's played by Bradley Cooper. There's also Benny safdie as a political candidate with a secret and John Michael Higgins as the owner of the Mikado hotel and restaurant. That's another thing we will definitely talk about and have some things to say about later on. And of course, as we mentioned earlier, Paul Thomas Anderson directed and wrote the screenplay. So Glenn, what did you think of licorice pizza? Yeah, you nailed it. This is the most shapeless and Shaggy film I've ever really enjoyed. Now people say that Shaggy is a Paul Thomas Anderson thing, and it can be a PTA thing, but it's not always. I tend to be fans of his films that have a bit more structure, especially if they reveal themselves to you at the end. There will be blood and phantom thread. And Magnolia, especially has a structure, it just you don't really get it until the final reel. This film, you said vibes. That's what you get. Mood tone zeitgeist. This movie is. Burnt ochre shag carpeting. It's an avocado gold refrigerator. But you know, it's deeper than that of course, because it's not just set dressing. It's setting. I think this film goes out of its way to just merely assert the fashion the hair of the cars, the design, the water, bettie Ness of it all. But it seems impatient to get you to look past that at the characters. So that's why I think it's doing as much as it's doing to make everything feel lived in. There is something kind of sooty and smoggy and grimy. There's a lens flare for days. There's a funk. In every sense of the word to this movie that you can practically smell. I think it's important that the characters look like normal people, right? This is LA, but it's the surface street LA that the beautiful people drive over on their way to and from auditions. I will say, the sensibility of this film got out ahead of me a few times, went to places I couldn't quite follow. And that started pretty early. The notion that Alana would find this character of Gary in any way intriguing or special based on their first interaction, when he's just, as you say, he's just another precocious smarmy child actor..

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"jack holden" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

07:56 min | 11 months ago

"jack holden" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"Audition at michael's pub. This was so out of the blue. Nobody knew that you could make living sing folk songs. I mean there was no there was no entrance that my father was a big star in the radio business but he sang rajasthan heart and had a great radio show and i mean that was a whole other era of music and so folk music was ridiculous. Forget it. But i went down and i had an audition. I played and sang a concert for an hour and he hired me and so that was the start and in in those days it was very much word of mouth. One person he would call the place in. I'm sure he called. He called the gilded garter in in central city and said you know she sold some tickets and. Why don't you try. So i went up. That was my second day. And then i went to The exodus in denver a inbetween and then and then in about two years time after working. All these clubs word of mouth. I got to new york and i was actually the headliner and i couldn't believe it. I don't have been doing it a couple of years but i got there and i found out that my opener was thirteen year. Old named arlo guthrie. So that's where when we met and he was. He was always darling and charming. I knew his mother very well. Because my manager quite quickly became Harold leventhal who managed the weavers and pete seeger and alan arkin and theater. Cal he managed. It seemed to me. Almost everybody who made records made music that was folk music and Harry belafonte always wanted harold to manage him but he's had told me that consistently said no. I don't know why you said no. That would have been a lot of fun. So i have known arlo all these years. And we've done all kinds of. We went to japan together in one thousand. Nine hundred. sixty six. With mimi and bruce langhorne and we had a great time there and i sang an arlos leading to jackie. His wonderful wonderful wife. i love jackie. She was the treasurer and unfortunately she died. A couple of years ago and are low has been just a mainstay. In my life we've done shows together. We've traveled together. We have in common so many friends so this past two years ago we started working on. Let's do a big tour together and so we all it took a while but finally we got. We must have had fifty seventy five shows places like video and and tanglewood and places of course Humphries out in the west and loud places and they were all set up and then of course it pandemic hit and he called me in september. We had all these dates for. They were not. None of them were cancelled they were just moved into the next and then the next the next month and he said i have to tell you this because i don't want to tell anybody yet until i've told you that i'm retiring. I can't do this anymore. Because i've had a couple of heart attacks and i just don't have the stamina and i can't sing very well and so on and i said well you have to think about your health. So he said yes. I do and i said i'm concerned about your health. But i think the best thing for you to do is to not go out anymore. Do this touring that we do. Which is you have no idea how hard it's nobody doesn't do. It has any idea art. It is but i said meantime. Why don't we do a talk together. I hadn't even come up with the podcast idea yet. But i said we should do one of these talks. I did a talk. For carnegie hall did a series of interviewing other people. I interviewed my how my friend should be webb. And allen. coming. And sean cole. And steve earle and we all all four of us talk together on a zoom show for carnegie hall. We did it probably in. I would say june or july last summer. You can get it on their podcast if you go onto carnegie hall and you look it up in the county health. President wonderful man introduced me and he said he was introducing me and he said and judy conscious done fifty shows over the years at carnegie hall. I hadn't known what the number was. I knew was an awful lot because most of those early years saying every year at christmas which are loaded. Arlo sang at thanksgiving and i sang at christmas. And it was pretty much the new york routine you know people would go to both of our shows so we had a good time. Anyway we had a just fabulous time with our podcast. So that'll be coming down in the series very soon. Oh i can't wait to hear mean these people that you had these these deep relationships with for many many years the our lows the jack holtzman. The the clive davis. Did you find when you were doing these podcasts. That you learn stuff about them that you never knew. I won't spill the beans again. But i asked. I asked clive in the middle of the podcast. And it's revealed you you find out things. I mean i've found out how got into this. This business it wasn't through a musical Connection it was legal we went to law school and was with a firm and they wanted him to go to monterey and represent some client down. There i don't even know who it was. And he was mesmerized and transformed by the janice joplin and and santana. That's how we got into it. I didn't know that. And i said to him during the show. I said who is the one who got away and he said you know. That's a great question. I i've never been asked that question people. Ask me who. I dropped and who walked away from me. But they don't know never ask me who got away and you know it was a big surprise. You want to know who it was. It was harry chapin. Said your guy. Overbid me jack. Holden wrote a bigger check out so that was funny tax. Who was on a lecture. Yeah and of course you do find out things people's people tell you things that they would not necessarily say in public or if it was scripted they would not say and they're they're home you know they're probably they're not in the studio. The lights are not shining on them. So they're in their living rooms or maybe in their bedrooms and maybe in their dining rooms but you're intimately talking with them in a way. That is very free form. I'm sure you find that you've done so many of these and you understand that people are going in various directions. And sometimes they're surprise. It's such an incredible privilege in such an incredible way to engage your sense of curiosity to learn about all sorts of different people and all sorts of different ideas. Do you find that you learned something about yourself. Having done this. I learned a lot about my own curiosity absolutely and also that. I'm i'm really. I'll talk about anything. You pry open those doors and you just never know what's going to come out really and it's a good thing because conversation is how we grow and learn and it gives us a balanced life and it gives us an idea of how the other side is living in on what's what's what thanks can be troublesome and what things are a lot of fun and It's conversation now. I grew up in this kind of family because my dad was in the radio business so his radio show consisted of his playing and singing the songs of the great american songbook and telling about his life and reading poetry and having guests he had a lot of guests on his show. Some of them would come home to dinner. George shearing came to dinner. And i think you should continue practicing the.

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"jack holden" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"jack holden" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Deli. Who is it? Compromise elsewhere. Hey, welcome. This is the Ben Shapiro Sure got a lot to get to this. Our global later on in the hour will bring you all of the legal team updates from a team and trump first we have to talk about the covered spike. That is Washing across the nation. Covert continues to wash across land. We have record numbers of hospitalizations. Its last check. It was like 70,000 people have been hospitalized. We have record number of ICUs about 16,000 people in the ICU right now we have seen ah, vast number of diagnosed cases. Apparently upwards of three million people are transmitting the virus at this time. And if you talk to people in your own life, you know that there a lot of people who are getting it now, Thank God. The virus is not an extraordinarily deadly virus in Tampa Bonnet plague. It is more deadly than the flu is mostly dangerous to people who have, as I said, many times pre existing conditions, particularly if you happen to be Obese If you have diabetes if you had private one conditions, right? These are these are all conditions that are exacerbated by Cove it and covert is likely to do more harm to you than if you're young and healthy. But that does not justify the media's treatment of covert. The media have been attempting to create a political narrative around covered for quite a while. The political narrative goes something like this. If you're a Democrat, you avoid Kobe. If you're not a Democrat, then there is no way for you to avoid covered because you're bad and terrible. One story that came out over the weekend. That is indicative of this. You remember last week there was this nurse who appeared on CNN, and she claimed that she'd been going around in the nursing ward and people were just dying. His bodies piled up everywhere, and people were telling her as they were dying. They did not believe that covered was deadly. We played. A clip of this is from CNN. This is treated with great shocked by the media. Oh, my God. Look at this delusional. He's delusional Red staters. It's just terrible. Well turns out Lady definitely could've been lying, according to National Review, a South Dakota nurse gained national attention this week for a tweet, claiming that some of her dying coronavirus patients refuse to admit the virus is real. Jody Dearing traveling nurse who lives in a small, It sounds small Eastern South Dakota town had Saturday night off of work. It was at home eating ice cream on her couch when she posted to Twitter thread in which she said she couldn't stop thinking about covert 19 patients who quote still don't believe the virus is real. Want to scream at you for a magic medicine. And then Joe Biden is going to ruin the US, she wrote. The patient's gasping for breath on respiratory support system. Quote. Tell you there must be another reason they're sick because they don't have covered because it's not real. Yes, This really happens Road daring, who often tweets about the dangers of the virus. In addition to tweeting her support for left wing causes like black lives matter. She's also regular Twitter, Twitter, critic of South Dakota's Republican governor, Christy Nome, and President Trump. She has called very say eloquently, both a Jack Holden and F stick, So she she's she's a charmer. Her tweet about the coronavirus denial and the fear of Joe Biden presidency gripping her dying patients has been retweeted more than 71,000 times. She ended up on CNN's New day. She said. It wasn't about one person. But many people are culmination of so many people and their last time lords are this can't be happening. It's not real when they should be spending time face timing their families. They're filled with anger and hatred. And then, of course, the Washington Post pushed the story and USA Today pushed a story. Neither of those news organizations bothered to track down who are the people she was actually talking about. National Review is unable to reach a hearing on the phone or on Twitter, for comments were gonna sense how widespread she believes Kovach Denialism is among her patients. South Dakota, of course, is a reliably Republican state and more than three quarters of the voters and during county voted for Trump. They've been 644 deaths from Kobe 19 in South Dakota. Currently, they have the nation's highest positivity rate. Nomads publicly questioned the effectiveness of mass and slowing the virus to spread and has refused to institute a mascot mandate. But the evidence of Ah during sweets being true. Is very, very, very thin. Him Rigor. A spokeswoman for the Huron Regional Medical Center, one of the hospitals were doing works said after Deering's claims went viral. She didn't form a poll about half a dozen other nurses, she said. No one else has gotten that statement back from a patient specifically nor they heard of that happening here not to call her a liar because she provides character as well as other hospitals. It could've happened in another hospital. She, she said. I read the sweets and I think she was at her end. You might have been a better conversation for girlfriends than Twitter. Nathan Johnson, a spokesman, a spokesman for a Vera health system, which operates several hospitals in the region, said he hadn't heard of any cases of covert denial in the system. Based on one informal conversation I had the nurse leader said they hadn't heard anything like that taking place. During noted that not all of her covered positive patients deny the existence of the virus. She insisted that this is not political. So, in other words, no one from any of the hospitals where this lady works so far has come out and actually confirmed her story didn't matter was too good to check. The entire media decided to run with the idea that patients were dying of covert in South Dakota are basically saying with their last dying breath that the virus is alive. This is all part of this narrative put forth by Democrats and put forth by the media that the only people who care about covert our people are Democrats. Which has led to.

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"jack holden" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"jack holden" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Eight. If the president meant it that way, if he meant stand by, that would be wrong. That would be wrong. No matter what the nature of the group is because law enforcement needs to be left to law enforcement. So it wouldn't matter if the group was white Supremacist group was Ah local community Charity organization. A law enforcement is left to law enforcement and so you don't want to be encouraging any groups and I don't think the president has encouraged any groups to enter into the violence. Just to play the devil's advocate. I mean, in many areas, isn't it? The case where The police are being told not to engage with violent protests or are purposely not engaging. Well not, you know, as I should remember, for example. Okay, take take Denver. Denver has an awesome police force Fantastic Police force, but Lousy leadership has has a lousy mayor who is undermining Denver police. Obviously the Hancock administration, you know, cause the police to stand down during that back the blue rally, but fortunately, a brave lieutenant rose up, defied the order and minimized. I won't say minimized but lessened the carnage from the hand Cock administration's decision to feed these lawful Folks to the mob. Eso. Yeah, but But listen, and that's where we get into the critical distinction in my mind, Eric, between self defense and between organized groups coming in to enforce the law. Self defense is you've got to defend yourself or other innocent people or all of a sudden there's a mob in your neighborhood, and you and a number of your neighbors have to get together. And respond to the not mob and protect your family and protect the neighborhood. That's one thing but an organized group roaming around in order to provide law enforcement. Against the lawless left. I'm not down with that. Yeah. I mean, it would be someone like a more radical version of the Guardian Angels or like I mean, what about the Guardian Angels? Are you down with them? Oh, man. It's been so many years since I've even thought about the Guardian angels. I'd have to see what they look like. Now, Eric last points here is I want to keep it moving because lines or jam But you brought up a critical point. And thank you for that. You had mentioned something about proud boys and and I think you were saying You do not view them is white supremacist. Well, I don't know much about him annulled. Except interestingly enough. After the debate last night, I had turned the channel to Ah, University on or the the Hispanic television network, and they actually So it was that maybe it was today or yesterday, and I'm not sure, but they went out and they were interviewing a member, if not the head of that of that group, who is like black and Cuban, you know, So, uh and I, You know, I've heard other things like I really need to learn more about it. And I'm in the same boat, Eric, and I don't mean to cut you off except for the gym lines, but I'm in the same boat. I knew virtually nothing about pride boys before I've tried to do a little quick research didn't get very far. So I just don't know about proud boys real picked. And this I know. Yeah. The information Enrique Tar Eos who he was talking about, did a Spanish interview on Univision and he is bilingual. He is the National Proud Boys chairman, and he's also serving as the Florida state director of the political support group Latinos for Trump. And I've got to tell you this if Trump and this isn't an original thought, If Trump is a white supremacist, he's the worst white supremacist in human history. Okay, when you look at everything he has done To help people of color who have been so disadvantaged by democratic policies in this country. Small D Democratic Party policies If Trump is the opposite of a racist and the white supremacists racist rap is wrong, and it's backwards. In fact, one thing I want to talk about when we have more time is who the true white supremacists are because you have two categories of white supremacists, right? You have the one category which is your typical Cretan loser, ignorant, hateful white supremacists who thinks he's better than everybody else because he was born white. What a loser and then you have the other white supremacist, which is the policy, white supremacist. And the policy. White supremacists are these people who go out and and you look at all these prominent lefty's in the Democratic Party who pursue these policies that they know are going to keep black people down and robbed black people of opportunity. And and these policy, white supremacists, it do even more her. And and those people are elected all these different democratic offices. So let's be honest about the really white supremacy. The Cretan loser white supremacists, They're awful useless. A policy white supremacists are just his batter. Worse. Gina and Aurora, you're on the day in capitalist show Welcome. Hey, And how are you today? I'm fired up. How about you? I was fired up when I left out a laugh today. It was almost like a hangover. But you know, once you think about it, trump that's who I won't fight for me. That's why I won't fight for my country. Just like he was up there. Yeah, he couldn't let AH Fighting, talk and fumble over herself, and eventually, he probably would have said if you went but you went on your right. The more you like. Biden talked to better But let me ask you this, Gina. Did the fighter thing I get, and I think that's great for America. But aren't you concerned that he came in too hot and he went too far, risking his chance to get re elected and be able to keep fighting for America. You know what? I just don't believe that. I believe that we we He didn't We? He messed up. He did. Okay, but I don't believe he lost one boulder. You know that's my holding that? Well, no, I mean, obviously Tina in the real world, he with an aggressive performance like that he's going to lose some people. The question is, did he gain as many as he lost or gained more than he lost? So we're talking net here and I hope you're right. Well, some people I'm talking to, they said. They just hang on for neither one up. Well, that's that's interesting. Yeah, And some some of them are saying that but, you know, I think in the end we're here fighting for our country. And if you're a person that don't vote or refused or vote for biting The racist. That's what he is. He's the races OK they were talking about. He's certainly a policy racist. Oh, my God. 1994 Times, Bill. No. Letting people out from that crime bill it Gina. Tremendous call is always from you. I do hope you call us every single day. But But there's no question Biden is a policy racist. I'm not saying he sits there and as awful thoughts about black people, you know, because he just hates black people. I don't think he does. But he is willing to support all these policies that decimate the black community and deprive so many black people of true equal opportunity in life Check and gold. Jack Holden, I'm so sorry. This gentleman has held a long time from Fort Collins. Bill. You're on the damn capitalist show Welcome. Thanks. I'm just making a comment on the fact that the the White House press conference this morning turned into a nother debate with the press. Media Just tryingto overwhelmed the conversation about Kaylee one. It feel it make me feel as if they are either stupid or ignorant or Part of the bias because In Time Magazine of August of 2017. Trump was quoted as saying. Exactly and.

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"jack holden" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"jack holden" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"With SORA news. I'm Baal Agnew. We in Washington hears embassy in Afghanistan is warning that extremist groups are planning attacks against a variety of targets but taking specific aimed at women. The warning didn't specify which organizations were plotting the attacks. But this comes as the Taliban and government appointed negotiators are sitting together for the first time they're trying to find a peaceful end to decades of relentless war. A Taliban spokesman has denied his group is planning any such attacks. The peace negotiations began last weekend, and they're in the initial stages. And his correspondent Andrew Stewart, reporting even as they deal with a host of wildfires in Western states. More tropical wheather is of concern and further over to the eastern part of the country. Hurricane Sally left some people on the Gulf Coast cut off by flood was until they could be rescued by teams and boats and high water vehicles. Meanwhile, 84 year old Jack Holden was almost flooded, says he let out a piercing whistle when he spotted a fire. Fire her on a jetski anymore you got and that's what made you stop put a soul that made a layover stone. He went through there about 50, miles, home owners and businesses along the soggy Gulf Coast. We're cleaning up even as the second round of flooding took shape along rivers and creeks swollen by the storms. Very heavy rains, the Supreme Court said to start its new term next month, same way it ended the last one with arguments by telephone because of the Corona virus, pandemic and live audio available to the public. 87 year old Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg being treated for cancer and five of her colleagues. Also age 65 or older. The court is taking no chances that putting the justices in close proximity to each other might make them more vulnerable.

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"jack holden" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"jack holden" Discussed on AP News

"Cleared, Lafayette Square, National Guard Major Adam DeMarco told the House committee, the Defense Department's lead military police officer for the National Capital Region sent an email asking at the DC National Guard at a long range acoustic device called a sound cannon. So called heat Ray Marco says the response was they didn't have one. Trump administration has said vicious attacks by protestors led federal forces to turn on what appeared to be a largely peaceful crowd in front of the White House. Donahue Washington President Trump holds a campaign rally tonight at an airport hangar and Mosinee, Wisconsin population 3900. This is AP News. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is in Pennsylvania tonight for a socially distance down all near Scranton, where he was born for the first time. Since winning the nomination, Biden faces live unscripted questions from voters in the CNN event. Which is at a drive in of 35 cars parked outside PNC Field. Audience members will watch Biden speaking on the stage and from screen set up in the lot and listen on their car radios. Elaine and Jack Holden thought for sure. They're home in Canton by Florida 20 miles north of Pensacola Bay was far enough away from Sally Storm Surge. The elderly couple found out soon enough that the only place to go was up. Jackson will Just go back in the attic and stay there, and I said Jack, I don't want to die in the attic, and he said we are going to die, he said. Everything's gonna be okay. More than a foot and a half of water flooded their home. They were rescued by a firefighter on a wave runner. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News Emilio Cain killed a person in a fatal drunken driving crash back in 2010. And she had served prison time for that crime. But she's going back now, after a Superior court judge in New Jersey agreed with prosecutors that her first sentence was too lenient. The judge Angela Borkowski, sentenced her to eight years in state prison. State law requires have to do at least six years of that time before she's eligible for parole. After the ruling low, Kane was handcuffed and escorted out by court deputies on Oscar Wells, Gabriel Former star of Melrose Place is heading back to prison. Any low. Cain killed a person and a fatal drunken driving crash back in 2010, and she had served prison time for that crime. But she's going back now, after a superior court judge in New Jersey agreed with prosecutors that her first sentence was too lenient. The judge Angela Borkowski, sentenced her to eight years in state prison. State law requires have to do at least six years of that time before she's eligible for parole after the ruling location was handcuffed and escorted out by court deputies on Oscar Wells gave Really The star of a Netflix documentary. Siri's about cheerleading has been arrested. The arrest of Gerry Harris of the Siri's cheer comes just three days after twin boys filed the lawsuit against him, alleging that he sent them lewd photos of himself and asked them to send similar material to him. The loss would also claims Harris cornered one of the boys in a bathroom at a cheerleading competition and pressured him for an in Person Six act. Harris arrest also follows an FBI raid of his home near Chicago. Authorities say it was after that raid that Harris admitted asking one of the teams to send him nude photos and videos on Snapchat. Harris will remain in custody over the weekend. He is scheduled for detention hearing on Monday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. The arrest of Gerry Harris of the Serious Cheer comes just three days after twin boys filed the lawsuit against him. Alleging that he sent them lewd photos of himself and asked them to send similar material to him. The Harris arrest also follows an FBI raid of his home near Chicago. Authorities say it was after that raid that Harris admitted asking one of the teens to send him nude photos and videos on Snapchat. Harris will remain in custody over the weekend. He is scheduled for detention hearing on Monday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. We were going to lave actual.

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"jack holden" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"jack holden" Discussed on AP News

"Cleared, Lafayette Square, National Guard Major Adam DeMarco told the House committee, the Defense Department's lead military police officer for the National Capital Region sent an email asking a DC national guard at a long range acoustic device called a sound cannon so called Heat Ray Marco says the response was Don't have one. Trump administration has said vicious attacks by protestors led federal forces to turn on what appeared to be a largely peaceful crowd in front of the White House. Donahue Washington President Trump holds a campaign rally tonight at an airport hangar and Mosinee, Wisconsin population 3900. This is AP News. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is in Pennsylvania tonight for a socially distance down all near Scranton, where he was born for the first time. Since winning the nomination, Biden faces live unscripted questions from voters in the CNN event. Which is at a drive in of 35 cars parked outside PNC Field. Audience members will watch Biden speaking on the stage and from screen set up in the lot and listen on their car radios. Elaine and Jack Holden thought for sure. They're home in Canton by Florida 20 miles north of Pensacola Bay was far enough away from Sally Storm Surge. The elderly couple found out soon enough that the only place to go was up. Jackson will Just go back in the attic and stay there. I said Jack. I don't want to die in the attic, and he said we are going to die, he said. Everything's gonna be okay. More than a foot and a half of water flooded their home. They were rescued by a firefighter on a wave runner. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News Emilio Cain killed a person in a fatal drunken driving crash back in 2010. And she had served prison time for that crime. But she's going back now, after a Superior court judge in New Jersey agreed with prosecutors that her first sentence was too lenient. The judge Angela Borkowski, sentenced her to eight years in state prison. State law requires have to do at least six years of that time before she's eligible for parole. After the ruling low, Kane was handcuffed and escorted out by court deputies on Oscar Wells, Gabriel Former star of Melrose Place is heading back to prison. Any low. Cain killed a person in a fatal drunken driving crash back in 2010, and she had served prison time for that crime. But she's going back now, after a superior court judge in New Jersey agreed with prosecutors that her first sentence was too lenient. The judge Angela Borkowski, sentenced her to eight years in state prison. State law requires her to do at least six years of that time before she's eligible for parole after the ruling location was handcuffed and escorted out by court deputies on Oscar Wells gave Really The star of a Netflix documentary. Siri's about cheerleading has been arrested. The arrest of Gerry Harris of the Siri's cheer comes just three days after twin boys filed the lawsuit against him, alleging that he sent them lewd photos of himself and asked them to send similar material to him. The lawsuit also claims Harris cornered one of the boys in a bathroom at a cheerleading competition and pressured him for an in Person Six act. Harris arrest also follows an FBI raid of his home near Chicago. Authorities say it was after that raid that Harris admitted asking one of the teams to send him nude photos and videos on Snapchat. Harris will remain in custody over the weekend. He is scheduled for detention hearing on Monday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel the arrest of Gerry Harris of the serious Cheer. Comes just three days after twin boys filed the lawsuit against him, alleging that he sent them lewd photos of himself and asked them to send similar material to him. The Harris arrest also follows an FBI raid of his home near Chicago. Authorities say it was after that raid that Harris admitted asking one of the teams to send him nude photos and videos on Snapchat. Harris will remain in custody over the weekend. He is scheduled for detention hearing on Monday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. We were going to lave.

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"jack holden" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"jack holden" Discussed on AP News

"Forcibly cleared Lafayette Square, National Guard Major Adam DeMarco told the House committee, the Defense Department's lead military police officer for the National Capital Region sent an email asking at the DC National Guard had a long range acoustic device called a sound cannon. So called heat Ray Marco says the response was they didn't have one. Trump administration has said vicious attacks by protestors led federal forces to turn on what appeared to be a largely peaceful crowd in front of the White House. Donahue Washington President Trump holds a campaign rally tonight at an airport hangar and Mosinee, Wisconsin population 3900. This is AP News. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is in Pennsylvania tonight for a socially distance down all near Scranton, where he was born for the first time. Since winning the nomination, Biden faces live unscripted questions from voters in the CNN event. Which is at a drive in of 35 cars parked outside PNC Field. Audience members will watch Biden speaking on the stage and from screen set up in the lot and listen on their car radios. Elaine and Jack Holden thought for sure. They're home in Canton, about Florida 20 miles north of Pensacola Bay was far enough away from Sally Storm Surge. The elderly couple found out soon enough that the only place to go was up. Jackson will Just go back in the attic and stay there. I said Jack. I don't want to die in the attic, and he said we are going to die, he said. Everything's gonna be okay. More than a foot and a half of water flooded their home. They were rescued by a firefighter on a wave runner. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News Emilio Cain killed a person in a fatal drunken driving crash back in 2010. And she had served prison time for that crime. But she's going back now, after a Superior court judge in New Jersey agreed with prosecutors that her first sentence was too lenient. The judge Angela Borkowski, sentenced her to eight years in state prison. State law requires have to do at least six years of that time before she's eligible for parole. After the ruling low, Kane was handcuffed and escorted out by court deputies on Oscar Wells, Gabriel Former star of Melrose Place is heading back to prison. Any low. Cain killed a person and a fatal drunken driving crash back in 2010, and she had served prison time for that crime. But she's going back now, after a superior court judge in New Jersey agreed with prosecutors that her first sentence was too lenient. The judge Angela Borkowski, sentenced her to eight years in state prison. State law requires have to do at least six years of that time before she's eligible for parole after the ruling location was handcuffed and escorted out by court deputies on Oscar Wells gave Really The star of a Netflix documentary. Siri's about cheerleading has been arrested. The arrest of Gerry Harris of the Siri's cheer comes just three days after twin boys filed the lawsuit against him, alleging that he sent them lewd photos of himself and asked them to send similar material to him. The lawsuit also claims Harris cornered one of the boys in a bathroom at a cheerleading competition and pressured him for an in person. Six acts. Harris arrest also follows an FBI raid of his home near Chicago. Authorities say it was after that raid that Harris admitted asking one of the teams to send him nude photos and videos on Snapchat. Harris will remain in custody over the weekend. He is scheduled for detention hearing on Monday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel the arrest of Gerry Harris of the serious Cheer. Comes just three days after twin boys filed the lawsuit against him, alleging that he sent them lewd photos of himself and asked them to send similar material to him. The Harris arrest also follows an FBI raid of his home near Chicago. Authorities say it was after that raid that Harris admitted asking one of the teams to send him nude photos and videos on Snapchat. Harris will remain in custody over the weekend. He is scheduled for detention hearing on Monday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. We were going to.

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"jack holden" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"jack holden" Discussed on KTRH

"One zero one one we've all had indication up to this point about what's going on and then of course reporting it is difficult especially when you know that the show is being tampered with and we've been getting emails and calls from all sorts of things we're doing our best and we thank you for your patience we really do I'm gonna talk to John Carmen now former secret service agent John hi you're on ground zero I guess you can see I love you notice they're pulling the barricades or if the White House defeated presence in danger hearings possible I'm pretty booked up because I did work there I understand how things are going if they try to break the barricades were jumped the fence is not actually arrested people jump the fences back here years ago back in the late seventies I wouldn't call her ministrations the officers have been improved now they're much better but they still could possibly jump the fence overtakes certain areas but they're going to get shots you can see blood should if they if they penetrate the first line of defense and then you're that's gonna be a big serious issue that means they're gonna have to rush him out of there they may drive them out to me climb out or some of the third option which we will discuss a mere words but it's obvious that they're trying to do anything they can to protected ministration and use this as a a pretext even though it's a separate incident but for that state people of the police officers involved in that incident with the the George Floyd murder take immediate action so as a as a former police officer and the secret service agent what are your thoughts on what the officers were doing with George Ford okay martial arts background top of that and I watch very carefully the videos and I only recently just got to see the second officer who's actually putting pressure on Lloyd's back while he was handcuffed which means you keep it in from breeder the officer direct Calvin C. H. U. V. I. N. he was the one that was applied pressure with his need directly to all its neck on the side of the neck which is your carotid artery not to the back of the neck not to trick you into the front the direct to the side of the neck and serious pressure so it wasn't getting oxygen in the brain so he wasn't getting oxygen to his brain they're saying all these talking you can breed but he wasn't getting oxygen to his brain if that part of that artery was blocked yeah it's it's like a sleeper hold in judo uses assaulting its insure me was a so called to think like that but the joke is that the proper term directional cold but this is what would be called a sleeper type of hold the pressure old and if you do a special technique that I'm not supposed to discuss because it's restricted maneuver martial arts thing there's another maneuver where you had a certain number and do the the sleeper all they go out almost immediately and these guys didn't act like they knew what they were doing in that respect martial arts but they were still continuing pressure over eight and a half minutes that's the phone call for you so you you grab a guy you cut him up you your search and then you make sure there's any weapons in the apartment of their going to transport him or if he's suffering from medical issue which he was it may have been drinking is even his speech pattern of personal use talking he sounded pretty bad there you go to the hospital with these guys continue to own is that you don't have any I live and I don't know if this is verified you know of any truth to the idea or the rumor that both he both the child and and and George Floyd work for security company at one time and that they know each other yeah I heard some rumor to the effect that if that's the case you know there's other history the people look at the I just did a little research today and apparently Charbel involved in several other incidents and eighteen complaints against him he was involved in a fatal shooting at a leisurely punched in head coach says spect that's an automatic civil rights violation and usually get charged with it or you do your job and I know people have done that U. S. customs separate incident listed as a martial arts expert and he coughed up the soul as feet as a weapon that's a separate possibility but that's not what happened so this guy's got a history and that's a good issue to govern him a long time ago yeah I was I was reading somewhere that any clover charm who would be candidate for the vice president of further actually vice president running mate with a Joe Biden actually knew of him and let him ed and and turned away every time that they made a complaint so it just seems that she's out of a she's out of the picture for being the vice presidential running mate for Joe Biden yeah she was the chief prosecutor at the time during the charges against this officer so it doesn't look good these people don't know what they're talking about I even heard of peach cream DDL like you know rush miss miss quoting information just like a lot of other people said all of the holy ghost witnesses on the on the on the guy's neck comes with Piper he threw for Britain though less so what it was but it was an indirect pressure old and that's a promotional tool and other experience wall course lobsters with though why he continued on for fully half minutes that's just beyond yeah I'd so the rest of the other guys together there's more to this I think didn't and then meets the eye and what I mean by that is is that there was a vendetta or a plot of some kind where a small group of officers whether they be Minneapolis or St Paul we're looking into creating of a major insurrection type of maneuver and like he was targeted yeah you know and and and and we're seeing these the classic version of agitprop classic versions of PSYOP we're we're seeing it all happening right now and the people are responding to add to what what they're seeing and and and of course if they can control this but the the the their response will be of course a beefed up I'm sure there are drones now flying over Minnesota I'm sure they're gonna be dispatching drones over the cities that could open fired anytime I mean these are things that we were so outraged they don't even realize we're doing everyone speaking last night about how the third precinct they were smelling gas of the reporters are smelling gas and so I'm just going out there thinking that if gas were to ignite their the third pre third precinct eight of people have been killed adult most cocktails out these these people work are well trained in these antifa groups and animal remind everybody back Rodney king during that time they had special LAPD units there were S. I. S. and they would go after targets certain individuals that were supposedly bad guys yeah but you know what happened on the Rodney king thing and those guys got off even after they violated and then we'll over extended themselves beating the guy with the of the times will do because of certain Becker cooked up so they don't know why it's enormous people got hurt and exactly as you said earlier they didn't back and Jackie magic Jack Holden said that they didn't back up into your career town and you get the people's stores and shops and residents who's there to protect themselves the cops wouldn't go wirelessly connect to a car and they were getting shot at and they're breaking into vehicles and smashed them up so they're not even safe so you got to call their support yeah I think it's going to be different now I I think that we're a national guard and but perhaps even strong cities we've we know the strong cities network for a long time and how they move in and I really appreciate the call John thanks for calling and you bet you bet let's go to Chris in Texas like crazy on ground zero Hey I just want to make a point that today's really special day it's John fitzgerald Kennedy's birthday wow and one thing I want to make with that strong cities enforcement network is that even George Soros said himself that will be calling for it if if they tear everything down in the city eventually the cairns in the suburbs are gonna scream for somebody to take over not not Soros well you know you whichever one it's all the same to them I was just wanting to make a point that you know with the with the taxes and other revenue that been struck in the past five months they're not gonna be able to play these pieces of peace officers correctly and so with the fraternal order of police officers watching each other's backs and Turner they're they're they're blind all right it's not going to work anymore these people are going to go to the suburbs where we think we're all safe and we we keep going to our grocery stores and and we wear masks and and and everything's fine and and the overnight crews and the night out in the olive branch is trying to keep everything peaceful eventually we're all going to pay attention to that and is on purpose yeah here's a reason not to wear your mask people people wear that mask you won't even be able to know who they are that said that this is insane I mean you know if you're gonna wear your mask in public now especially when you know there could be people that could be moving into the suburbs and creating problems you're pretty crazy is that is all I can tell you I mean nothing applies anymore nothing applies down another that none of the social date I mean it was really a hollow today I was watching the news really hollow as they were observing that acted riots no one was social distancing I'm thinking give it a rest put a sock in it this is your basic Romans three ten collide it's not all right just man among them not one I just I just shook my head and I thought are you kidding me and then of course the the ever lovable don lemon on CNN there's a but there are two viruses in this country code nineteen and racism I think it all man that's your Edward R. Murrow moment right there Mr lemon that your basic Minerva initiative trying to purge the propaganda into everyone's mind promise them an exact drop you you say that if there is like going yes the diseases raises about covert nineteen but you know nobody's going to do social distancing a riot no one's going to care about social distancing of their hiding in their homes from some deranged individual that things that they're going to burn down your house because of something that went down in Minnesota this is insane when you can't play the game I mean none of these leaders know what they're doing obviously they don't government is failed everybody if they have and if we get it we probably forgive and forget on November the did you know there were elections I'd be very very ashamed of America I tell all my co workers to be ready by November something is something is brewing it states it's very electrifying that you go to the grocery store and you see people with and without masks and they're all looking at each other and they're deciding whether that.

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"jack holden" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"jack holden" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"When you know that the show is being tampered with and we've been getting emails and calls from all sorts of things we're doing our best and we thank you for your patience we really do I'm gonna talk to John Carmen now former secret service agent John hi you're on ground zero I guess you can see I love you notice they're pulling the barricades or if the White House defeated presence in danger hearings possible I'm pretty booked up because I did work there I understand how things are going if they try to break the barricades were jumped the fence is not actually arrested people jumped the fence is back you know years ago back in the late seventies the wooden colored ministrations have been improved out there much higher but they still could possibly jump the fence overtake certain areas but they're going to get shot you can see blood should if they if they penetrate the first line of defense and that error that's going to be a big serious issue that means they're gonna have to rush him out of there they may drive them out to me climb out over some of the third option which we will discuss a mere words but but it's obvious that they're trying to do anything they can to protect his ministration and use this as a a pretext you know it's a separate incident but that's the people of the police officers involved in that incident with the the George Floyd murder take immediate action so as a as a former police officer and the secret service agent what are your thoughts on what the officers were doing with George Ford okay background topic that and I watch very carefully the videos and I only recently just got to see the second officer who's actually putting pressure on Lloyd's back while he was handcuffed which means he's keeping him from breathing the officer direct children C. H. A. U. V. I. N. he was the one that was applied pressure with his need directly to pull its neck on the side of the neck which is your carotid artery not to the back of the neck not too tricky which is the front the direct to the side of the neck and serious pressure so it wasn't getting oxygen in the brain so he wasn't getting oxygen to his brain there's families talking you can breed but he wasn't getting oxygen to his brain if that part of that artery was blocked yeah it's it's like a sleeper hold in judo uses a sort thing it's insure me was a so called if they clicked up with the joke is that the proper term there are chill cold but this is what would be called a sleeper type of hold the partial and if you do a special technique that I'm not supposed to discuss because it's restricted the maneuver martial arts thing there's another maneuver we had a certain number and do the the sleeper all they go out almost immediately and these guys didn't act like they knew what they were doing in that respect martial arts but they were still continued pressure over eight and a half minutes she that's that's called for you see it you grab a guy you cut him up you your search and then you make sure there's any weapons and you put him in the vehicle in the transporter or if he's suffering from medical issue which he was you may have been drinking his even his speech pattern of personal use talking he sounded pretty bad the eagles last little but these guys continued all is there do you know of any I live and I don't know if this is verified you know of any truth to the idea or the rumor that both he both the child and and and George Floyd work for security company at one time and that they know each other yeah I heard some rumor to the effect that if that's the case you know there's other history the people look at the I just did a little research today and apparently Charbel involved in several other incidents and eighteen complaints against him he was involved in a fatal shooting at a leisurely Constanta suspect that's an automatic civil rights violation and usually get charged with it or you do your job and I know people have done that U. S. customs separate incident listed as a martial arts expert and he coughed up diesel as feet as a weapon that's a separate possibility but that's not what happened so this guy's got a history and that's a good issue to get rid of him a long time ago yeah I was I was reading somewhere that any clover charm who would be candidate for the vice president of further actually vice president running mate with that Joe Biden actually knew of him and let him ed and and turned away every time that they made a complaint so it just seems that she's out of a she's out of the picture for being the vice presidential running mate for Joe Biden yeah she was the chief prosecutor at that time during the charges against his officers so it doesn't look good these people don't know what they're talking about I even heard of peach cream pedia like you know rush miss miss quoting information just like a lot of other people said all of the other guy was putting his journey another guy's neck comes with Piper keep your for Britain though less so what it was but it was an indirect pressure old and that's what the martial arts people and other experience wall or explore options with though why he continued on for fully half minutes that's just beyond yeah I'd sell the rest of the other guys too yeah there's there's more to this I think didn't and then meets the eye and what I mean by that is is that there was a vendetta or a plot of some kind where a small group of officers whether they be Minneapolis or St Paul we're looking into creating of a major insurrection type of maneuver and get it like he was targeted yeah you know and and and and we're seeing with the classic version of agitprop classic versions of PSYOP we're we're seeing it all happening right now and the people are responding to add to what what they're seeing and and and of course if they can control this but they there their response will be of course that beefs up I'm sure there are drones now flying over Minnesota I'm sure they're going to be dispatching drones over the cities that could open fired any time I mean these are things that we were so outraged they don't even realize what they're doing they're even speaking last night about how the third precinct they were smelling gas of the reporters are smelling gas and so I'm just going out there thinking that if gas were to ignite their the third pre third precinct eight of people would've been killed adult Molotov cocktails out these these people are well trained in these antifa groups and animal remind everybody of that Rodney king during that time they had special Italy PD units there were S. I. S. and they would go after targets certain individuals that were supposedly dead guys yeah but you know what happened on the Rodney king thing and those guys got off even after they violated and then we'll over extended themselves beating the guy with the of the times will do because you're certain to back her cooked up thing so you know what to know those people got hurt and exactly as you said earlier they didn't back and Jackie magic Jack Holden said that they didn't back up into your career and then you get the people's stores and shops and residences they had to protect themselves the cops wouldn't go wirelessly connect to a router and they were getting shot at and it breaking into vehicles and smashed them up so they're not even safe so you got to call their support yeah this is gonna be different now I I think that we're a national guard and but perhaps even strong cities we've we've noticed wrong cities that works for a long time and now maybe a movie that I really appreciate the call John thanks for calling in you bet you bet let's go to Chris in Texas like Chris young ground zero Hey I just want to make a point that today's really special day it's John fitzgerald Kennedy's birthday wow wow and one thing I want to make with that strong cities enforcement network as that even George Soros said himself that will be calling for it if if they tear everything down in the city eventually the cairns in the suburbs are gonna scream for somebody to take over not not Soros well you know that eighty whichever one it's all the same to them I was just wanting to make a point that you know with the with the taxes and other revenues have been struck in the past five months they're not gonna be able to play these pieces of peace officers correctly and so with the fraternal order of police officers watching each other's backs and Turner they're they're they're blind all right it's not going to work anymore these people are going to go to the suburbs where we think we're all safe and we we keep going to our grocery stores and and we wear our masks and and and everything's fine and and the overnight cruise in the night out in the olive branch is trying to keep everything peaceful eventually we're all going to pay attention to that and is on purpose here's a reason not to wear your mask people people wear that mask you won't even be able to know who they are that said that this this is insane I mean you know if you're gonna wear your mask in public now especially when you know there could be people that could be moving into the suburbs and creating problems you're pretty crazy is that is all I can tell you I mean nothing applies anymore nothing applies now and none of it none of the social de I mean it was really a hollow today I was watching the news really hollow as they were observing that act that riots no one was social distancing I'm thinking give it a rest put a sock in it this is your basic Romans three ten collide it's not all right just man among them not one I just I just shook my head and I thought are you kidding me and then of course the the ever lovable don lemon on CNN there's a bar there are two viruses in this country code nineteen and racism I think it all man that's your Edward R. Murrow moment right there Mr lemon that your basic Minerva initiative trying to pursue the propaganda into everyone's mind promise them and it's sad to drop you you say that there is like going yes the diseases raises a bad call with nine teams but you know nobody's going to do social distancing a riot no one's going to care about social distancing of their hiding in their homes from some deranged individual that things that they're going to burn down your house because of something that went down in Minnesota this is insane when you can't play the game I mean none of these leaders know what they're doing obviously they don't government is failed everybody if they have and if we get it we probably forgive and forget on November the did you know there were elections I'd be very very ashamed of America I tell all my co workers to be ready by November something is something is brewing it creates it's very electrifying that's you go to the grocery store and you see people with and without masks and they're all looking at each other and they're deciding whether that person is a threat or not just basically Andi's prejudice along why not wearing a mask wearing a mask it's called upset Chris it's called OPSEC start practicing OPSEC.

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"jack holden" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

15:09 min | 3 years ago

"jack holden" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And of course, if you missed the live show, you can go to choose iheartradio spoke by Sirius XM and any other platform that you listen to podcasts on you'll find us with that we're on the mall, but they're the main ones the the main ones that most people listen to these days. And since we're talking about you know, what to find the show. We're also on Amazon. And we're also on. As well. Which you and I should get. We should get an Alexa. Jim. Why the amount of things? The people the prime reason why amount of things that you can do is phenomenal. So my friend Stephanie. She was telling me she she decided to do lists on the she can tell her TV to non she can turn her lights on. She can obviously play music and images by requesting music. You can say, you know, find me this finally this article on, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. She says she finds new things every single day. She can say out, Alexa. Listen system ocean. The ocean waves tells me go to sleep boom there. It is indeed alums, I think I'm thinking we need the only downside is the only downside is it records all of your conversations, everything that you say that I think that's a spying device gonna have to protests because. Device that spies and goes into the cloud in my life becomes record. Let's be honest private life from what I can gather. No. Murder case and the conversation of this murder that happened. They subpoenaed this data. No, I don't think we're getting one of those there's not gonna be any murder here. But. I'm happy about that. I go to put a foot. My house has to be like a. We have to be free of this somewhere. But I lead at least elite some assistance you need. You need help finding the do fame on your channel assistant. I'm good wanna for TV assistance. Foot down saying that you don't even know how to an apple TV on. I know. You don't know how to block unblocked a receptor with decorations around the apple TV look found Christmas, especially this decorations. Well, I might get one is down. I'm thinking of. The Boston me will you on the boat. What is down? Imagine. I can say, you know, because you know, research so many things they read so much stuff every single week about animals, and and medical treatments breakthroughs in diet and nutrition, and oh, do you know, how much that was saved me so much time? It would save me so much time. It's gonna be a way, you know. Because my friends some smashing said some special told me she said she went to check her. She wants to check Alexa for me. She said she's as God is my witness. She says if Alexa didn't record a conversation men men. Dennis Adam Bede, there you go. There you go and I feel bad for Dennis because. I don't think he was plotting to murder her, Jim. Anti alexa. Well, you shouldn't be because my show is on Alexa. But Alexa, isn't watching me and my house in my underwear. She'll cover is up. I'm telling you there. She sees that she'll definitely cover is up. Gosh Lewis a brand new year, everyone and lots of new guests. Great gas high quality guesses we like to say, and it's the year of the dog. I mean, really I mean, it's all just coming together. All nicely. Isn't it Jim? And this show this week is dedicated to a dog named blue and you're bound to find out why. Now Vanni Harlan is my guest today. She's the founder of prevent pets of occasion, which is dedicated to spreading public awareness on the suffocation dangers that pets face and the organization has grown to an international following which is great news of over thirteen thousand supporters, and I hope that after this show that those numbers increase further. So let's bring bunny on the line. Hello, bonnie. Hi sam. Hey, how are you? I'm wonderful. Thank you for having me on. I'm thrilled that you here. It's six months since we spoke zoo. I would I'd seldom bringing them on the show. Eventually get them on the show. And I'm really glad that you hit today because you know, what your organization does is saving lives, basically, you are saving lives through prevent certification. But before we get started. I want to ask how your dog Jack is how's Jack doing jagged wonderful? He's a five year old English Springer spaniel in. I'm totally obsessed with him. So he's amazing and fun and use those fits right in. You've got you've got grand dogs as well. Haven't you? I know I do golden doodle named soccer too. So it's. Quite a menagerie over here. Sometimes I love that. I love the fact that you call new grand dogs because know, I've got to the point now where I don't even say pets Jack Holden the babysitter. Looking for a good babysitter? I've got one for you. I just don't think that way anymore because the kids and their grandkids as well. So as I mentioned dedicating the show to your dog blue, and I want you to to basically told your story of how you let up to this organization that you you've got so much international support from and it's I feel like it's something that people are very very very unaware of very aware of I mentioned, it someone this week and the look on the face the they would just mortified and so so tell us about blue what kind of a dog was blue. Okay. So blue was actually a rescue dog and my oldest son chase. He brought him home from college when he graduated and so, of course, initially not ready for another dog in my house because they stood for this for awhile. And before I knew it. I totally took blew over. Over. Somebody who described him as like a a man in his dog suit. And that's really how he was fabulous. Even-tempered, you know, rescue dog parts Staffordshire terrier. So anyway, blue ended up staying with me full-time, and we had our little routine. So what happened was on December fifteenth twenty eleven so it was Christmas. And a lot of things to be done. I we're not to do some errands. I wasn't gone very long. And blue was always find in the house when I came back home. You kind of come in from my garage into my kitchen, and I noticed that blue wasn't there to greet me at the door, which was very unusual. So I looked around and I saw kind of a paper bag of trash tummy over in the kitchen and must be hiding because he got into something. And he knows he shouldn't have. So then I'll watch round the house, and I noticed some like Christmas decorations were knocked over and it was just kind of odd. So I started going through my house calling his name and looking for him. And I literally could not find him anywhere. Looked under the bed allergy in every bedroom. I went upstairs, I call my son. Did you come get the dog? No, he didn't. So I went back up stairs circled around. And I found him in the corner of my game room under a table and from afar could see that he had a Cheetos chip bag over his head. And just in that instant, I knew he suffocated in a chip bag. But before that, I had no idea that that was even possible. So I I ran into him. He was still warm. I pull the back off call my immediately crying. Maybe he told me how to do CPR. CPR on blue. But you know, it just was too late, and it was really horrifying discovery. That it was just devastating. My vet actually rushed right over. I'm just kind of unheard of in Houston. That's amazing came over there. Yeah. He he came over. So. By the time. He got there. My husband had a ride tone. Of course, I was crying crying, and the vet said to me, I could have warned you about one hundred things, but a chip bag would never have been one of them that I I've never heard of it. You know, I think that's what did with with the amount of people. I've spoken to about it. That's exactly in the the, you know. Response. Yeah. They just can't believe it. I'm horrified. Listening to to your store, and it's incredibly suddenly credibly tragic. No one wants to lose that at all. And certainly not in that manner and not knowing it's a thing. It's not something you could look out full. Could you you just it just doesn't cross your mind. Yeah. We hear about pets getting in trash all the time. But we never really I mean, I think the dangers most people say don't let them get in the trash and eat stuff 'cause it's terrible. You know, it'll upset their stomachs. But no one talks about suffocating. Do they know? And because I had never heard of it. I was I was just in shock, and I was so mad happened. You know, so I just kind of decided right, then I was going to do something about it. I didn't know what it took me a couple of weeks to figure out what I wanted to do. So you channeled. I'm sure it was it was like, you say anger and pain enough. Not once in other people to go through that that spurred you in the right direction. Didn't it? Yes. It did. It was just kind of a catalyst to to start this. And so that's how prevent pets supplication started. So in January was when I began the Facebook page, and then everything kind of evolved from there. So you so you like six years now, then seven years, right? It was just six years in December. Right. Wow. It's as say, I mentioned it to a friend this week. And I look on her face was are you kidding me? I've never thought of this. You know, something that everybody has in the homes. This is this is danger in everybody's homes. If you eat snacks, you have a danger in your home. If you if you're not vigilant with that kind of stuff. And so it's yeah. Gosh, I can't even imagine. But yeah, you've got a community growing constantly. It is amazing. How well, you know, it took off and thanks to all the supporters awareness aspect of this campaign is has gone international the way people find me typically is when they come home. Suffocated to death. So they'll typically Google it. And then they'll find me and probably hear from three to four people a week fill. You know that this is happening to everybody has the same refrain. I've never heard his never knew. This was a problem. If only I had known known. Oh, I can only imagine. I can only imagine how that haunts. You even though you didn't know just oh my gosh. I only known it's just a simple thing to you know, to because you can prevent it. That's the whole point of this is I think that's the positive side of your organization. Even though I I know that anytime one of your post pop up, and I do see him unless you a picture of an animal ago. I know what happened. Known as what happened. But it does such a positive side to this which is preventing suffocation in preventing these these the accidental deaths is what they are. They truly are accidental deaths on a one was accidental and there senseless, and they don't have to happen. They don't have to happen. Absolutely. They don't. So what is the? I don't wanna get graphic by no means, of course. But of course night bikes repealing any kind of food packaging is appealing because he's take stay mid smells good. So that's the that's the attraction in the first place. And so watching what happens once the packets that the head inside these snack Bax. Well, so once the dog kind of gets his nose in in a bag, you know, the back free starts to create a vacuum like seal around his neck as he tries to breathe. The back starts to tighten around his neck cutting off the oxygen. So of course, the dog is logical. And no he's not thinking he's just reacting. So they're typically will continue to try to eat. But they realize they can't breathe. So when you visualize. A chip bag over dogs head and he can't breathe. Well, he also can't see that's right, but they become very anxious. And so a lot of them will run around, which is what blue. That's why everything was knocked over in my house. He actually went from kitchen upstairs all the way around him. So he he struggled with this for a while. So they'll start to panic and typically run around and eventually they start, you know, passing out from his fixation, and the other horrible thing is they typically lose their bowels as well. Exactly what happened to my gosh. So it's really horrific death. Yeah. Or pets and it happens in less than five minutes. Oh my gosh. She's not quick you just turn your head. And it can happen. You don't have to be gone. You can be home had a lot of owners that have been home there in another room there in the shower there front porch. I was reading I was reading a while by reading 'bout one lady who had been laid on the couch. Eating chips fell asleep and woke up and right? Doug was. Passed away next to her. But it is horrifying, and you just feel so bad for what your what your pets? Go through..

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"jack holden" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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"jack holden" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Everyone. Welcome to the show. I'm your host Sam I am the Queen of rock and roll dogs. This is Vegas dog radio. It's a rock and roll show all about pets people amp up culture, and it's a brand new year. In studio with me today. Well, it was just me doing in studio believe it or not is Jim. Hello. I didn't know that. I had to take of the as yet. Want to wreck your excitement. It's a brand new year. And even if he's just psychological is a good place to restart isn't it, Jim what kind of you're having a psychological year already. Even though it's a psychological thing over one literally one day to the next. There's a reset that happens in your mind. Well, it doesn't mind. What about you in mine? It's no, no, no. I think after new years it's the long grind until the weather gets better. Even for us. Come on. I've been outdoors today. I could have been wearing a bikini no joke. Okay. That's you. Okay. That's me. Well, gyms in studio and roll so got missed Thornton, Mr. Twix and galaxy looks out for us from the rainbow bridge got a great show. Very informative show lined fee today. Very very informative, and I think something's going going to be a little bit of an eye-opener full you before we get started. Welcome to the show, if your brand new brand new listeners brand new year would else could you want for regular listeners? Always glad that you hear every single week. And let me tell you how else you can connect with his on the internet. And this is how he's gonna do it on my website is baker's roof. Doug radio dot com. You just go over to the site Clayton. Listen live, and they go and you'll also find archives shows as well. You can also find his on periscope Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest tumbler, Instagram, all the great places, and we have a blog and the blog is the rock and roll Doug dot com. Bam an app, and you will go to. Yep. Dot US. Why APP dot US? It's free. Download the app. Download our show straight onto the app. And of course, if you missed the live show, you can go to choose iheartradio spoke by Sirius XM and any other platform that you listen to podcasts on you'll find us with that we're on the mall, but they're the main ones the main ones that most people listen to these days. And since we're talking about, you know, where to find the show will also on Amazon. And we're also on Sonos as well, which you and I should get. We should get an Alexa. Jim. Why the amount of things? The people the prime reason why mount things that you can do is phenomenal. So my friend Stephanie. She was telling me she she does all the to do list on the she can tell her TV to turn on she can turn lights on. She can obviously play music and images by requesting music. You can say, you know, find me this finally this article on, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. She says she tries new things every single day. She can say Alexa. I want to listen to some ocean the ocean waves tell me go to sleep there. It is indeed alums I think I'm thinking we need one. The only downside is the only downside is it records all of your conversations, everything that you're saying, I think that's a spying device. We're going to have to protests because. Device that spies and goes into the cloud in my life becomes record. Let's be honest private life from what I can gather a murder case and the conversation of this murder that happened. They subpoenaed the data. No, I don't think we're getting one of those. There's not gonna be any murder here. But. I'm happy about that. I go to put a foot down. My house has to be like a. We have to be free of this somewhere. But I lead lead elites assistance you need. You need help finding the do the house on your channel is the assistant. I'm gonna for TV assistance. Foot down you say that you don't even know how to apple TV on. You don't know how to block unblocked a receptor with decorations around the apple TV? Look bound to happen is Christmas, especially this decorations. I'm like get one is down. I'm thinking of a you mean, you're the boss Boston me what you want about. Is down. Imagine I can say because you know, research so many things they read so much stuff every single week about animals and and medical treatments and breakthroughs in diet and nutrition, and oh, do you know how much that would save me so much time? It would save me so much time. It's going to be a way around that. Because my friends some smashing some special told me she said she went to check her. She wants to check her Alexa for me. She said she's as God is my witness. She says if Alexa didn't record a conversation men men. Dennis Adam Bede, there you go. There you go and I feel bad for Dennis because. I don't think he was plotting to murder, Jim. I'm anti Alexa. Well, you shouldn't be because my shows on Alexa. But Alexa, isn't watching me and my house in my underwear. She'll cover is up. I'm telling you narrow she sees that she'll definitely cover is up a brand new year. Everyone and lots of new guests. Great gas high quality guesses we like to say and is the year of the dog. I mean, really I mean, it's all coming together. All nicely. Isn't it Jim? And this show this week is dedicated to a dog named blue. And you're about to find out. Why now Bonnie Holland is my guest today. She's the founder of prevent pets affiliation. Which is dedicated to spreading public awareness on the certification dangers that pets face and the organization has grown to an international following which is great news of over thirteen thousand supporters, and I hope that after this show that those numbers increase further. So let's bring bunny on the line. Hello, bonnie. Hi sam. Hey, how are you? I'm wonderful. Thank you for having me on. I'm thrilled that you here. It's six months since we spoke because that was zoo. I would I leave on bringing them on the show. I usually get them on the show. And I'm really glad that you here today because you know, what your organization does is saving lives. Basically, you are saving lives through prevent pets of occasion. But before we get started. I want to ask how your dog Jack is how's Jack doing Jagath wonderful. He's a five year old English Springer spaniel. And I'm totally obsessed with him. So he's amazing and fun and you've got fits right in. You've got you've got grand dogs as well. Haven't you? I know I do golden doodle named soccer too. So it's it's quite a menagerie over here. Sometimes I love that. I love the fact that you called new grand dogs because I've got to the point now where I don't even say pets Jack Holden the babysitter. As a good babysitter. I've got one for you. I just don't think that way anymore because the kids and their grandkids as well. So as I mentioned dedicating the show to your dog blue, and I want you to to basically told you a story of how you let up to this organization that you you've got so much international support from and it's. I feel like it's something that people are very very very unaware of very unaware of. I mentioned it's someone this week and the look on their face. They would just mortified and so so tell us about blue what kind of a dog was blue. Okay. So blue was actually a rescue dog and my oldest son chase. He brought him home from college when he graduated and so, of course, those initially not ready for another dog in my house because they stayed for this for a while. And before I knew it, I totally took blew over one. The over. Somebody who described him like a a man in a dog suit. And that's really how he was fabulous. Even-tempered, you know, rescue dog parts differ charter terrier. So anyway, blue ended up staying with me full-time, and we had our little routine. So what happened was on December fifteenth twenty eleven so it was Christmas. And a lot of things to be done. I we're not to do some errands. I wasn't gone very long. And blue was always find in the house when I came back home. You kind of come in from my garage into my kitchen, and I noticed that blue wasn't there to greet me at the door, which was very unusual. So I looked around and I saw kind of a paper bag of trash topped over in the kitchen, and I thought well, you must be hiding because he got into something. And he knows he shouldn't have. So then I'll watch round the house, and I noticed some like Christmas decorations were knocked over and it was just kind of odd. So I started going through my house calling his name and looking for him. And I literally could not find him anywhere. Looked under the beds allergy in every bedroom. I went upstairs, I call my son. Did you come get the dog? No, he didn't. So I went back up stairs circled around. And I found him in the corner of my game room under a table and from afar, I could see that he had a Cheetos chip bag over his head. And just in that instant, I knew wow. Oh, him suffocated in a chip bag. But then I had no idea that that was even possible. So I I ran into him. He was still warm. I pull the back off call my immediately crying. He told me how to do CPR started CPR on blue. But you know, it just was too late, and it was really hard. Find discovery. That it was just devastating. I bet actually rushed right over. I'm just kind of unheard of in Houston. That's amazing came over there. Yeah. He he came over. So by the time he got there. My husband had a ride town. Of course, I was crying crying, and the vet said to me, I could have warned you about one hundred things, but a chip bag would never have been one of them that I. I've never heard of it. You know, I think that's the with with the amount of people. I've spoken to about it. That's exactly the the, you know. No. Response. Yeah. They just can't believe it. I'm horrified listened to your store in it's incredibly saddened incredibly tragic. A no one wants to lose that pet at all. And certainly not in that manner and not knowing it thing, it's not something you could look out full. Could you you just it just doesn't cross your mind. Yeah. We hear about pets getting in trash all the time. But we never really I mean, I think the dangers most people say don't let them get in the trash and eat stuff 'cause it's terrible, you know, upset their stomachs. But no one talks about suffocating. Do they know? And because I had never heard of it. I was I was just in shock, and I was so mad happened. You know, so I just kind of decided, right? Then I was going to do something about it. I didn't know what it took me a couple of weeks to figure out what I wanted to do. So you channel. I'm sure it was it was. Anger and pain enough. Not once wanting other people have to go through that that spurred you in the right direction, didn't it. Yes. It did. It was just kind of a catalyst to to start this. And so that's how prevent pets supplication started. So in January was when I began the Facebook page, and then everything kind of evolved from there. So you close to like six years now, then seven years, right? It was just six years in December. Right. It's a say a mentioned to a friend this week and. The look on her face was are you kidding me? I've never thought of this. Something that everybody has in the homes. This is this is danger in everybody's homes. If you eat snacks, you have a danger in your home. If you if you're not vigilant with that kind of stuff. And so it's yeah. Gosh, I can't even imagine. But yeah, you've got a community growing constantly. It is it's it's amazing. How well, you know, it took off and thanks to all the supporters awareness aspect of this campaign is has gone international the way people find me typically is when they come home. Job. Yeah. Suffocated to death. So they'll typically Google it. And then they'll find me and I'll probably hear from three to four people a week. Oh, you know that this is happening to everybody has the same refrain. I've never heard of his fifth. Never knew. This was a problem. If only I had known known. Oh, I can only imagine. I can only imagine how that haunts. You even though you didn't know just oh my gosh. But if I'd only known just simple thing to you know, to because you can prevent it. That's the whole point of this is I think that's the positive side of your organization, even though I know that anytime of your post pop up, and I do see him unless you a picture of an animal ago. I know what happened there known as what happened, but it does such a positive side to this which is preventing certification in preventing these these accidental deaths is what they are. They truly are accidental deaths. Aren't they? One was accidental and there senseless, and they don't have to happen. You don't have to happen. Absolutely. They don't. So what is the? I don't wanna get graphic by no means, of course. But of course, tonight bags repealing any kind of food packaging appealing because he takes the mid smells good. So that's the that's the attraction in the first place. And so watching what happens once the pack is that the head inside these night Bax. Well, so once the dog gets his nose in in a bag, you know, the back free starts to create a vacuum like seal around his neck as he tries to breed. The bag starts to tighten around his neck cutting off the oxygen. So of course, the dog is logical. And no he's not thinking he's just reacting. So they're typically will continue to try to eat. But they realize they can't breathe. So when you visualize. A chip bag over dogs head and he can't breathe. He also can't see that's right, but they become very anxious. And so a lot of them will run around, which is what blue. That's why everything was knocked over in my house. He actually went from kitchen upstairs all the way around. So he he struggled with this for a while. So they'll start to panic and typically run around, and then eventually they start, you know, passing out from his fixation, and the other horrible thing is they typically lose their bowels as well. Exactly what happened to blue..

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