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"jerome segal" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

07:36 min | 7 months ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"And super. We discussed games. Cartoons to. Find the FACEBOOK instagram. Youtube and twitter. Welcome to the Krypton report. This is a special episode I'm actually doing by myself. It's an episode that I didn't want to miss the opportunity fourth. It's already behind and explain why here momentarily. But. This is an episode that's a special birthday or just a tribute to Jerry Siegel. October twenty seventh lives Jerry's birthday and. What had happened was the family we had planned to go last week to the Siegel House because it's a nice monument to Jerry and JOE IN CLEVELAND. But some things happened in our personal lives that delayed that we were going to go on Thursday. But could not go. It's just been kind of. A battle. To get up there and be mega to go here soon but I wanted to go and get this out. It's kind of. Important. Jerry Siegel being the writer. And co-founder Superman and. This year I was able to complete reading the book, Super Boys IT IS A. Wonderful Book. By brattle ricker. It is a Kind of A. Biographical Tale of E. Things the boys went through and I would love to have him on the show one day and. break everything down and just talk about A. More than more indepth because it a great looked. At just the two men. Created Superman. So I just talk a little bit about Jerry today. One thing is. I like to write I. Don't know if I consider myself a writer, but I like to write. It's always been a passion and a fun thing. Tonight did you personally so I relate more with Jerry. I'm not a drawer. I can't draw I hate it because I was have ideas and never have anybody to work with to expand those ideas. So a lot of the things that I feel connected to I, feel from Jerry's writing. Also, one of the big things was just listening. To. PEOPLE TALK ABOUT JERRY And Pushes feeling. He's he's from Ohio. I live in Ohio and I feel a connection. With just the way my mind works and. Things kind of dream up and. Dream about and I don't think people recognize how important Jerry is to comic books in general. Without Jerry. ANDRO. You wouldn't get to marvel you get Stanley. And I don't think Jerry. Jones, enough appreciation brought they've come contributed. Are also referenced. So this year. I finished I read super voice. Great Great Book bought it on Amazon check it out. I also there's a special that was on AMC. By. Watches AMC and I've bought this and I re watched it and it's it is a great. Thirty minute quick documentary. If. You don't have a lot of time and. You're just like, I wanNA I. WanNa. Learn about. You know the struggles that Jerry Jones had. This is great. Quick. Way of doing. So and it's called Robert Kirkman secret history of comment. Came out in two, thousand, seventeen episode three. It's called the trial of Superman. And I just check it out I mean. It is. You won't be disappointed. That's all I'm GONNA say like. Is Amazing. Everything is just check it out and I'm. You? Know Just go get it. It's a buck ninety, nine on itunes if you get the standard definition, you know. I also follow on. facebook. The Jerry in Joseph's society. Historical Society basically out of Cleveland and I'm kind of rambling is kind of weird just doing myself. I've gotten so used to talking with James and Jimmy, Bryan and Phil and he graced us with his presence, any of the other level of guests that I've had over the years. It's weird being back to just me talking. And you this. Can I talk? To myself just now, I'm talking to myself into a microphone for other people to here. So it's not as weird. But. Let's let's. Learn. About. Jerry. Jerry or his birth name Jerome Segal was born October Seventeenth nineteen fourteen. And Sadly, passed away January twenty eighth nineteen, Ninety six. He used many different pseudo names in his rank loon Carter and Jerry S. He was an American Comic Book Writer, his most famous creation being superman. Siegel and Shuster show Shuster were inducted into the book. Industry Will Eisner Comic Book Hall, of Fame, in. One, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, and Jack Kirby Hall of fame in. Nineteen. ninety-three. Jerry was born in Cleveland Ohio. Yeah. That's why I've always thought that Smallville should have been. Ohio but that's me. In died at the age of eighty one in Los Angeles California. Jerry won many awards for his writing and contributions to comics. He when the bill finger. Award for excellence incumbent McCready postmortem in two, thousand and five. Jerry was of a Jewish family. His parents were both Jewish immigrants who lived in New York in one, thousand, nine, hundred. Having fled the anti-semitism in their native that the win. Yeah his father was born. Mikhail. Seagal of each. And as I've stated many times on the podcast I, apologize if I mispronounced names but once I hear name I'm good. So. Same thing. Real life. and his mother was born SORTA. Beata color else. I apologize once more. But they changed their name to Michael and Sarah Siegel after moving to America. Jerry was the last six children. His father was a tailor known to clothing store on June second one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two. Jerry's father was assaulted in his store by shoplifter and suffered a fatal heart attack in Jerry's mother. died of heart attack in nineteen forty one..

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"jerome segal" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on No Agenda

"This would be a good opportunity to mention that. We do not have a explicit two party system in the United States. You go anywhere overseas while you only have Republicans and Democrats you can. Actually you know there's a lot of different parties and I look some of them up and I would like to share some other choices that you can vote for. Brian Carroll is The nominee for the American Solidarity Party Jerome Segal. Who was a philosopher from Maryland? He's Running for the bread and roses ticket. We have done blankenship from West. Virginia he is running for the Constitution Party. Then we have. Gloria Lava and Gloria is running for the party for socialism and liberation. Howie Hawkins the peace and freedom. Party these interesting dude. And let's see anything else Let's go party. They have a candidate this year. Well I let me see. I think they do actually no independent. I don't see the Libertarian Party. Anywhere in this list. He was did they even have usually they do something usually a convention and then Gary Johnson gets to be president. There's been none of that. Maybe it folded Libertarian Party. Twenty twenty let me see. I could be wrong. It wasn't McAfee running for something. He's always running for Samson here. We go twenty twenty presidential candidates of okay so they do have a here we go. We have been on this list. Adam Coquettish Brian. Ellison Daniel Berman Daniel. Burman's got a big hat. That says taxation is theft on it. Sounds like a good libertarian Jedidiah Hill. I'm just reading the names that I recognize this go quite a lot of people running for bad areas. Thank goodness well. Here's here's the guy you go to Vermin Supreme Twenty Twenty Dot com. He is on the ticket. Pony Up America Vermin Supreme. Twenty twenty this. He's got a great website. John GotTa take a look what he's doing pres guy with a boot on his head. It goes to boot on his head and it gives a pony his platform is everyone gets a pony dispelled as vermin v-e-r-m-i-n supreme. Twenty th you know the guy. Twenty twenty dot com platform for a pioneer America and to be powered future the mission of this camp. This guy's to spread a loud and unapologetic message of free. Thought clean smiles and ponies through satire and humor. I present real issues with fantastical context. In-depth analysis and Dose much-needed humor in the political sphere with thought provoking activism is stand against the tyrannical duopoly. The violent police state and all forms of overreaching government got link for you might. Maybe there's audio from this down this way from the homepage. Yeah hold on. Let me see I can play down? He's got a good picture of himself says motherboard and has got a boot on his head. Go ooh my name's supreme and secondly known for as a person. Who's running for president? I'm a friendly fascist. I am a time we you should trust and you should let me run your life because I do you ready for President of America. That's it he's got my vote he's got my own. I voted for him before he. The guy is fantastic. Love this guy. Vermin Supreme Twenty Twenty. She on the ballot anywhere a good question. I mean he has to usually. He's on the ballot in New York. But I don't know if he's a good question I don't know you can also donate to. His campaign doesn't even say chip in to well. We're on the topic of Vermin Supreme I have a kind of a site clip. That might be worth listening to. Because I've got to compete with you now digging up some of these things Chunk Chunk Chang. Tank Uber Uber Uber. Yes burn. He actually recorded this himself. Oh and it's only part of the recording. He's at the airport and he. I guess the flight was delayed and he decided to make a fuss about it and he was going to and he's GonNa post this. I guess he did or something. This isn't this old. He's done this before that. Hasn't he gone through some airport in? Yeah he does a every so often. I don't know if this is new or old but I've never heard it before you've heard it before old. I think you've got snookered again. Man Coming supervisors applied coming super by. I think this is. I think this is old at least got to be honest flight. Is there a plane? You gotta be honest. Is there a plane reserve plane? Where's the where's the playing? Is there a plane? Where is it playing? No but listen if we just sit here and take it out. We have a good morning and then they'd fuck us even harder. Okay so I need to your supervise. Aren't you where's the plane? I'M NOT GONNA ask you a question because I've been here for four hours you'll give me. This was the play here. I got a question for you. When did you make a decision that we weren't GonNa have a point? When did you make that decision? Who made the decision? Who made the decision that we weren't? It's funny to you right the sound funny to us. Who made the decision? Who made the decision made it? And that's what I'm asking. Whose fault is whose fault is it is there. Is there a crew work? Crew Voice for American. Is there a plane or already on Equate? Told us at four hours ago actually got old. I'm pretty sure it is well. It's it it's new to me and I got a kick out of not the like as though somebody was recording. Somebody going nuts. You know with their own camera. I got a kick out of the arrogance for him to record it. He thinks he's all that in a bag of chips. Man is unbelievable really. Does he really thinks he's all that? I know no record ourselves. Being a whole yeah. Hey I have an update not really an update but I caught something in the way. I need to play my theme song. Iva theme song here see Lorde Remember? I am vape. Crusader hero of the vapors. I've exposed evil tobacco early by the way I should mention this such a tremendous Joe Rogan. But why not? Everybody commented on your 'cause I heard that partout on your exposition on your was asked about it by Nick. He says what is this. What does all this I said Adam has been going on and on about this for weeks months months and he became an extra explained. Dexter and go into the background everything I said. I don't think that many people know so much. He's almost like he's like. Now he's the expert he should be hired by or brought into the government And he summarized. I apparently beautifully according to everybody on the Joe Rogan show and guess nobody baffled. Everybody wow so you complement of some sort. That I'm giving you yes for. I know. It is clearly pains you but okay keep coming has now well-structured really but so the even shorter version is Vaping has been taken down by Big Tobacco and And the states that have the master states agreement. That's an important part Which means tobacco companies Have a deal with state states is particularly California. Get a lot of money. To compensate for the death and destruction that tobacco causes and the states wrote bonds Against these and they borrowed money against their future earnings and with vaping. Guess what people were not smoking tobacco so they had to put a stop for taking jewel effectively out of the market. And I think Monday or Tuesday. They're going to try and pass this bill for flavored e liquids. Because all you know that's just trying to hook the children. Don't don't mind giving your three year old a cell phone but please don't don't have any flavored vape liquids around and this is all to shepherd in which is now coming and we've been waiting for US I and it's a stupid name only knows how to pronounce it. I little I capital Q. Os which was this is a good use. I'll stop you hear. What were they thinking with this naming convention? It's an acronym for I quit ordinary smoking and I and I'm sure the U. L..

Twenty twenty Supreme Twenty Twenty Twenty Twenty Dot president Joe Rogan Libertarian Party Adam Coquettish Brian America Gloria Lava United States American Solidarity Party Constitution Party Howie Hawkins Maryland Virginia blankenship Brian Carroll McAfee Daniel Berman Daniel New York
"jerome segal" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on No Agenda

"This would be a good opportunity to mention that. We do not have a explicit two party system in the United States. You go anywhere overseas while you only have Republicans and Democrats you can. Actually you know there's a lot of different parties and I look some of them up and I would like to share some other choices that you can vote for. Brian Carroll is The nominee for the American Solidarity Party Jerome Segal. Who was a philosopher from Maryland? He's Running for the bread and roses ticket. We have done blankenship from West. Virginia he is running for the Constitution Party. Then we have. Gloria Lava and Gloria is running for the party for socialism and liberation. Howie Hawkins the peace and freedom. Party these interesting dude. And let's see anything else Let's go party. They have a candidate this year. Well I let me see. I think they do actually no independent. I don't see the Libertarian Party. Anywhere in this list. He was did they even have usually they do something usually a convention and then Gary Johnson gets to be president. There's been none of that. Maybe it folded Libertarian Party. Twenty twenty let me see. I could be wrong. It wasn't McAfee running for something. He's always running for Samson here. We go twenty twenty presidential candidates of okay so they do have a here we go. We have been on this list. Adam Coquettish Brian. Ellison Daniel Berman Daniel. Burman's got a big hat. That says taxation is theft on it. Sounds like a good libertarian Jedidiah Hill. I'm just reading the names that I recognize this go quite a lot of people running for bad areas. Thank goodness well. Here's here's the guy you go to Vermin Supreme Twenty Twenty Dot com. He is on the ticket. Pony Up America Vermin Supreme. Twenty twenty this. He's got a great website. John GotTa take a look what he's doing. Pries the guy with a boot on his head. It goes to boot on his head and it gives a pony his platform is everyone gets a pony dispelled as vermin v-e-r-m-i-n supreme. Twenty th you know the guy. Twenty twenty dot com platform for a pioneer America and to be powered future the mission of this camp. This guy's to spread a loud and unapologetic message of free. Thought clean smiles and ponies through satire and humor. I present real issues with fantastical context. In-depth analysis and Dose much-needed humor in the political sphere with thought provoking activism is stand against the tyrannical duopoly. The violent police state and all forms of overreaching government got link for you might. Maybe there's audio from this down this way from the homepage. Yeah hold on. Let me see I can play down? He's got a good picture of himself says motherboard and has got a boot on his head. Go ooh my name's supreme and secondly known for as a person. Who's running for president? I'm a friendly fascist. I am a time we you should trust and you should let me run your life because I do you ready for President of America. That's it he's got my vote he's got my own. I've voted for him before he. The guy is fantastic. Love this Guy Vermin Supreme Twenty twenty. She on the ballot anywhere. Good question I mean. He has to usually. He's on the ballot in New York. But I don't know if he's a good question I don't know you can also donate to. His campaign doesn't even say chip in to well. We're on the topic of Vermin Supreme I have a kind of a site clip. That might be worth listening to. Because I've got to compete with you now digging up some of these things Chunk Chunk Chang. Tank Uber Uber Uber. Yes burn. He actually recorded this himself. Oh and it's only part of the recording. He's at the airport and he. I guess the flight was delayed and he decided to make a fuss about it and he was going to and he's GonNa post this. I guess he did or something. This isn't this old. He's done this before that. Hasn't he gone through some airport in? Yeah he does a every so often. I don't know if this is new or old but I've never heard it before you've heard it before old. I think you've got snookered again. Man Coming supervisors applied coming super by. I think this is. I think this is old at least got to be honest flight. Is there a plane? You gotta be honest. Is there a plane reserve plane? Where's the where's the playing? Is there a plane? Where is it playing? No but listen if we just sit here and take it out. We have a good morning and then they'd fuck us even harder. Okay so I need to your supervise. Aren't you where's the plane? I'M NOT GONNA ask your question. No I know because I've been here for four hours you'll give me. This was the play here. I got a question for you. When did you make a decision that we weren't GonNa have a point? When did you make that decision? Who made the decision? Who made the decision that we weren't? It's funny to you right the sound funny to us. Who made the decision? Who made the decision made it? And that's what I'm asking. Whose fault is whose fault is it is there. Is there a crew work? Crew Voice for American. Is there a plane or already on Equate? Told us at four hours ago actually got old. I'm pretty sure it is well. It's it it's new to me and I got a kick out of not the like as though somebody was recording. Somebody going nuts. You know with their own camera. I got a kick out of the arrogance for him to record it. He thinks he's all that in a bag of chips. Man is unbelievable really. Does he really thinks he's all that? I know no record ourselves. Being a whole yeah. Hey I have an update not really an update but I caught something in the way. I need to play my theme song. Iva theme song here see Lorde Remember? I am vape. Crusader hero of the vapors. I've exposed evil tobacco early by the way I should mention this such a tremendous Joe Rogan. But why not? Everybody commented on your 'cause I heard that partout on your exposition on your was asked about it by Nick. He says what is this. What does all this I said Adam has been going on and on about this for weeks months months and he became an extra explained. Dexter and go into the background everything I said. I don't think that many people know so much. He's almost like he's like. Now he's the expert he should be hired by or brought into the government And he summarized. I apparently beautifully according to everybody on the Joe Rogan show and guess nobody baffled. Everybody wow so you complement of some sort. That I'm giving you yes for. I know. It is clearly pains you but okay keep coming has now well-structured really but so the even shorter version is Vaping has been taken down by Big Tobacco and And the states that have the master states agreement. That's an important part Which means tobacco companies Have a deal with state states is particularly California. Get a lot of money. To compensate for the death and destruction that tobacco causes and the states wrote bonds Against these and they borrowed money against their future earnings and with vaping. Guess what people were not smoking tobacco so they had to put a stop for taking jewel effectively out of the market. And I think Monday or Tuesday. They're going to try and pass this bill for flavored e liquids. Because all you know that's just trying to hook the children. Don't don't mind giving your three year old a cell phone but please don't don't have any flavored vape liquids around and this is all to shepherd in which is now coming and we've been waiting for US I and it's a stupid name only knows how to pronounce it. I little I capital Q. Os which was this is a good use. I'll stop you hear. What were they thinking with this naming convention? It's an acronym for I quit ordinary smoking and I and I'm sure the U R.

Twenty twenty Twenty Twenty Dot president Joe Rogan Libertarian Party Adam Coquettish Brian America Gloria Lava United States American Solidarity Party Constitution Party Howie Hawkins Maryland Virginia blankenship Brian Carroll McAfee Daniel Berman Daniel New York Jerome Segal
"jerome segal" Discussed on No Agenda

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09:54 min | 1 year ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on No Agenda

"This would be a good opportunity to mention that. We do not have a explicit two party system in the United States. You go anywhere overseas while you only have Republicans and Democrats you can. Actually you know there's a lot of different parties and I look some of them up and I would like to share some other choices that you can vote for. Brian Carroll is The nominee for the American Solidarity Party Jerome Segal. Who was a philosopher from Maryland? He's Running for the bread and roses ticket. We have done blankenship from West. Virginia he is running for the Constitution Party. Then we have. Gloria Lava and Gloria is running for the party for socialism and liberation. Howie Hawkins the peace and freedom. Party these interesting dude. And let's see anything else Let's go party. They have a candidate this year. Well I let me see. I think they do actually no independent. I don't see the Libertarian Party. Anywhere in this list. He was did they even have usually they do something usually a convention and then Gary Johnson gets to be president. There's been none of that. Maybe it folded Libertarian Party. Twenty twenty let me see wrong. It wasn't McAfee running for something. He's always running for something here. We go twenty two thousand presidential candidates of okay so they do have a here we go. We have been on this list. Adam Coquettish Brian. Ellison Daniel Berman Daniel. Burman's got a big hat. That says taxation is theft on it. Sounds like a good libertarian Jedidiah Hill. I'm just reading the names that I recognize this go quite a lot of people running for bad areas. Thank goodness well. Here's here's the guy you go to Vermin Supreme Twenty Twenty Dot com. He is on the ticket. Pony Up America Vermin Supreme. Twenty twenty this. He's got a great website. John you gotta take a look. What he's doing pres guy with a boot on his head. It goes to boot on his head. And it gives a Pony. His platform is everyone gets a pony dispelled as Vermin v-e-r-m-i-n supreme. Twenty th you know the guy. Twenty twenty dot com platform for a pioneer America and to be powered future the mission of this camp. This guy's to spread a loud and unapologetic message of free. Thought clean smiles and ponies through satire and humor. I present real issues with fantastical context. In-depth analysis and Dose much-needed humor in the political sphere with thought provoking activism is stand against the tyrannical duopoly. The violent police state and all forms of overreaching government got link for you might. Maybe there's audio from this down this way from the homepage. Yeah hold on. Let me see I can play down? He's got a good picture of himself says motherboard and has got a boot on his head. Go ooh my name's cream and secondly known for as a person. Who's running for president? I'm a friendly fascist. I am a time we you should trust and you should let me run your life because I do you ready for President of America. That's it he's got my vote he's got my own. I've voted for him before he. The guy is fantastic. Love this Guy Vermin Supreme Twenty twenty. She on the ballot anywhere. It's a good question. I mean he has to usually. He's on the ballot in New York. But I don't know if he's a good question I don't know you can also donate to. His campaign doesn't even say chip in to well. We're on the topic of Vermin Supreme I have a kind of a site clip. That might be worth listening to. Because I've got to compete with you now digging up some of these things Chunk Chunk Chang tank. Uber Uber Uber. Yes Bernie. He actually recorded this himself. Oh and it's only part of the recording. He's at the airport and he. I guess the flight was delayed and he decided to make a fuss about it and he was going to and he's GonNa post this. I guess he did or something. This isn't this old. He's done this before that. Hasn't he gone through some airport in? Yeah he does a every so often. I don't know if this is new or old but I've never heard it before you've heard it before old. I think you've got snookered again. Man Coming supervisors applied coming super by. I think this is. I think this is old at least got to be honest. Is there flight? Is there a plane? You gotta be honest. Is there a plane reserve plane? Where's the where's the playing? Is there a plane? Where is it playing? No but listen if we just sit here and take it out. We have a good morning and then they'd fuck us even harder. Okay so I need to your supervise. Aren't you where's the plane? I'M NOT GONNA ask your question. No I know because I've been here for four hours you'll give me. This was the play here. I got a question for you. When did you make a decision that we weren't GonNa have a point? When did you make that decision? Who made the decision? Who made the decision that we weren't? It's funny to you right the sound funny to us. Who made the decision? Who made the decision made it? And that's what I'm asking. Whose fault is whose fault is it is there. Is there a crew work? Crew Voice for American. Is there a plane or already on Equate? Told us at four hours ago actually got old. I'm pretty sure it is well. It's it it's new to me and I got a kick out of not the like as though somebody was recording. Somebody going nuts. You know with their own camera. I got a kick out of the arrogance for him to record it. He thinks he's all that in a bag of chips. Man is unbelievable really. Does he really thinks he's all that? I know no record ourselves. Being a whole yeah. Hey I have an update not really an update but I caught something in the way. I need to play my theme song theme song here. See Lorde remember. I am vape. Crusader hero of the vapors. I've exposed evil tobacco and early by the way I should mention this such a tremendous Joe Rogan. But why not? Everybody commented on your 'cause I heard that partout on your exposition on your was asked about it by Nick. He says what is this. What does all this I said Adam has been going on and on about this for weeks months months and he became an extra explained. Dexter and go into the background everything I said. I don't think that many people know so much. He's almost like he's like. Now he's the expert he should be hired by or brought into the government And he summarized. I apparently beautifully according to everybody on the Joe Rogan show and guess nobody baffled. Everybody wow so you complement of some sort. That I'm giving you yes for. I know. It is clearly pains you but okay keep coming has now well-structured really but so the even shorter version is Vaping has been taken down by Big Tobacco and And the states that have the master states agreement. That's an important part Which means tobacco companies Have a deal with state states is particularly California. Get a lot of money. To compensate for the death and destruction that tobacco causes and the states wrote bonds Against these and they borrowed money against their future earnings and with vaping. Guess what people were not smoking tobacco so they had to put a stop for taking jewel effectively out of the market. And I think Monday or Tuesday. They're going to try and pass this bill for flavored e liquids. Because all you know that's just trying to hook the children. Don't don't mind giving your three year old a cell phone but please don't don't have any flavored vape liquids around and this is all to shepherd in which is now coming and we've been waiting for US I and it's a stupid name. Don't even know how to pronounce it. I little I capital Q. Os which was this is a good use. I'll stop you hear. What were they thinking with this naming convention? It's an acronym for I quit ordinary smoking and I and I'm sure the U R.

Twenty twenty Twenty Twenty Dot president Libertarian Party Joe Rogan Adam Coquettish Brian Gloria Lava United States American Solidarity Party Constitution Party Howie Hawkins America Maryland Virginia blankenship Brian Carroll McAfee Daniel Berman Daniel New York Jerome Segal
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09:54 min | 1 year ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on No Agenda

"This would be a good opportunity to mention that. We do not have a explicit two party system in the United States. You go anywhere overseas while you only have Republicans and Democrats you can. Actually you know there's a lot of different parties and I look some of them up and I would like to share some other choices that you can vote for. Brian Carroll is The nominee for the American Solidarity Party Jerome Segal. Who was a philosopher from Maryland? He's Running for the bread and roses ticket. We have done blankenship from West. Virginia he is running for the Constitution Party. Then we have. Gloria Lava and Gloria is running for the party for socialism and liberation. Howie Hawkins the peace and freedom. Party these interesting dude. And let's see anything else Let's go party. They have a candidate this year. Well I let me see. I think they do actually no independent. I don't see the Libertarian Party. Anywhere in this list. He was did they even have usually they do something usually a convention and then Gary Johnson gets to be president. There's been none of that. Maybe it folded Libertarian Party. Twenty twenty let me see. I could be wrong. It wasn't McAfee running for something. He's always running for Samson here. We go twenty twenty presidential candidates of okay so they do have a here we go. We have been on this list. Adam Coquettish Brian. Ellison Daniel Berman Daniel. Burman's got a big hat. That says taxation is theft on it. Sounds like a good libertarian Jedidiah Hill. I'm just reading the names that I recognize this go quite a lot of people running for bad areas. Thank goodness well. Here's here's the guy you go to Vermin Supreme Twenty Twenty Dot com. He is on the ticket. Pony Up America Vermin Supreme. Twenty twenty this. He's got a great website. John GotTa take a look what he's doing pres guy with a boot on his head. It goes to boot on his head and it gives a pony his platform is everyone gets a pony dispelled as vermin v-e-r-m-i-n supreme. Twenty th you know the guy. Twenty twenty dot com platform for a pioneer America and to be powered future the mission of this camp. This guy's to spread a loud and unapologetic message of free. Thought clean smiles and ponies through satire and humor. I present real issues with fantastical context. In-depth analysis and Dose much-needed humor in the political sphere with thought provoking activism is stand against the tyrannical duopoly. The violent police state and all forms of overreaching government got link for you might. Maybe there's audio from this down this way from the homepage. Yeah hold on. Let me see I can play down? He's got a good picture of himself says motherboard and has got a boot on his head. Go ooh my name's supreme and secondly known for as a person. Who's running for president? I'm a friendly fascist. I am a time we you should trust and you should let me run your life because I do you ready for President of America. That's it he's got my vote he's got my own. I've voted for him before he. The guy is fantastic. Love this Guy Vermin Supreme Twenty twenty. She on the ballot anywhere. Good question I mean. He has to usually. He's on the ballot in New York. But I don't know if he's a good question I don't know you can also donate to. His campaign doesn't even say chip in to well. We're on the topic of Vermin Supreme I have a kind of a site clip. That might be worth listening to. Because I've got to compete with you now digging up some of these things Chunk Chunk Chang. Tank Uber Uber Uber. Yes burn. He actually recorded this himself. Oh and it's only part of the recording. He's at the airport and he. I guess the flight was delayed and he decided to make a fuss about it and he was going to and he's GonNa post this. I guess he did or something. This isn't this old. He's done this before that. Hasn't he gone through some airport in? Yeah he does a every so often. I don't know if this is new or old but I've never heard it before you've heard it before old. I think you've got snookered again. Man Coming supervisors applied coming super by. I think this is. I think this is old at least got to be honest flight. Is there a plane? You gotta be honest. Is there a plane reserve plane? Where's the where's the playing? Is there a plane? Where is it playing? No but listen if we just sit here and take it out. We have a good morning and then they'd fuck us even harder. Okay so I need to your supervise. Aren't you where's the plane? I'M NOT GONNA ask your question. No I know because I've been here for four hours you'll give me. This was the play here. I got a question for you. When did you make a decision that we weren't GonNa have a point? When did you make that decision? Who made the decision? Who made the decision that we weren't? It's funny to you right the sound funny to us. Who made the decision? Who made the decision made it? And that's what I'm asking. Whose fault is whose fault is it is there. Is there a crew work? Crew Voice for American. Is there a plane or already on Equate? Told us at four hours ago actually got old. I'm pretty sure it is well. It's it it's new to me and I got a kick out of not the like as though somebody was recording. Somebody going nuts. You know with their own camera. I got a kick out of the arrogance for him to record it. He thinks he's all that in a bag of chips. Man is unbelievable really. Does he really thinks he's all that? I know no record ourselves. Being a whole yeah. Hey I have an update not really an update but I caught something in the way. I need to play my theme song. Iva theme song here see Lorde Remember? I am vape. Crusader hero of the vapors. I've exposed evil tobacco early by the way I should mention this such a tremendous Joe Rogan. But why not? Everybody commented on your 'cause I heard that partout on your exposition on your was asked about it by Nick. He says what is this. What does all this I said Adam has been going on and on about this for weeks months months and he became an extra explained. Dexter and go into the background everything I said. I don't think that many people know so much. He's almost like he's like. Now he's the expert he should be hired by or brought into the government And he summarized. I apparently beautifully according to everybody on the Joe Rogan show and guess nobody baffled. Everybody wow so you complement of some sort. That I'm giving you yes for. I know. It is clearly pains you but okay keep coming has now well-structured really but so the even shorter version is Vaping has been taken down by Big Tobacco and And the states that have the master states agreement. That's an important part Which means tobacco companies Have a deal with state states is particularly California. Get a lot of money. 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"jerome segal" Discussed on Steeven Orr Else

Steeven Orr Else

15:09 min | 1 year ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on Steeven Orr Else

"Podcast. That smells like cheese. I'm your host Stephen and not only do I believe in bigfoot. I see him every day when I look in the mirror. Hey that was a little bit of a self deprecation. Is that the right word. Now I feel like I should look that up. Will you join me for a moment folks. 'cause I you know I often just use words. I know I'm using the right word but whether or not I'm pronouncing it correctly. Let's find out self Depp deprecation. I set it right away. Wow this is not a great start to the podcast. This week folks we got no Franks and beans means you know Virgil just goes out of town can have a Franks and beans without Virgil. I did read chuck script and I thought it was pretty funny but abner I guess I guess abner didn't like it. I don't know he's got a he's got a discerning tastes. That man knows humor. I'll just I'll just tell you that abner knows humor. If Abner doesn't think it's funny regardless of the fact that I thought it was hilarious. Abner Abner knows what he's talking about and so yeah no Franks and beans jeans and then I come in and I can call myself bigfoot and I I'm just I'm just foul in this frigging episode up all over the place and I'm not going to apologize because what's the point. I mean honestly if I was really all that worried about it I would just stop and I'd start the intro all all over again right. I mean that's this isn't live I'm sitting in. I'm recording this. I'm sitting in front of a microphone and I'm recording this. Yes so really. If I was that worried about how this intro was going I would just stop and I would delete it and I would start over with on all new intro so obviously when it comes to what I am creating for you. The podcast listener. I don't care. What is your favorite the world comics? Yes yeah breath. I've always been a huge superman fan in fact if you were to ask me you know who is your favorite superhero of all time. I tell you superman superman is my favorite superhero of all time with Spiderman coming in at a close second yet. I have to admit when I look at the eighty one years of superman comics out there. I've read maybe. I don't know a fraction listen and not a high fraction. We're not talking about you. Know Five sixths. We're talking about an eighth. If that you know in fact I've never actually read action comics number one and that's the first appearance of Superman. Never I mean that seems pretty stupid right. Superman is my favorite superhero. And I've never read that first issue much less any superman issue from the golden age until now that the little dramatic. I was building up to that until now. That's right boy listeners. Your favorite podcast hosts that would be me has finally had a chance not really had atta chance. I've always had a chance. I just finally took the opportunity to sit down and read action comics number one. This has a cover date of of June nineteen thirty eight and it was an anthology comic view. If you were not aware. Action Comics at that time was not just a superman title as it came to be it was an anthology comic and at did have of course the superman story ended. It was thirteen pages but it. It also had stuff like Chuck Dawson from H Fleming. zitar master magician by Fred Guard near Southsea strategy. which which was a text feature and that was by Captain Frank Thomas Sticky Mitt Stimpson by Alger? I I really WanNa read that sticky commit stimpson the adventures of Marco Polo. That was in the book by Spin Elvin Pep Morgan by Fred Garden near scoops scanlon. The five star reporter. That sounds amazing and that was by will ally Tex Thompson by Bernard Baily Stardust Stardust. By the stargazer that I mean I got to see what that is stardust by the stargazer and and then on the inside back cover odds and ends by Molotov that is Sheldon Molotov now the version. I read however I didn't I I didn't get I wanna see all this stuff but the version I read didn't have it. It came out in a collection called the Golden Age Superman volume one and of course only only collected those superman stories. So that's all I read before I get to the story itself though I do have some thoughts about the first superman man story ever published. I was reading it on my phone and I read it panel to panel not page to page because page by page. It's it's really hard to read on on a frigging phone if I had. Maybe you know one of the big IPHONES. Maybe I could get away with it but I don't. I have a small iphone and so I I read it panel by panel title and there is so much happening in those thirteen pages. Superman does so much that when I finished it I felt as if I read a full twenty two page comic not the thirteen pages. I didn't realize that it was only thirteen pages until I was doing some research coach to Put My notes together for this episode. There's just so much happening but at the same time. It just really zipped through everything so much so that there were times when I thought I missed page here and there and I'll be honest with Ya. It's a pretty ridiculous tale. It's actually kind of three tales in one. It's pretty weird so this I discovered right away. This is not the superman I grew up with. This isn't the guy from the super friends who said Great Scott All all the time and would often move the earth around in space. It's not the guy from Christopher Reeves movie and it certainly isn't the guy from the John Byrne reboot Ubuntu. which is my superman this superman? He's gotTa push he's kind of mean and the Clark Kent character he instead of being like bumbling or even just kind of a shy small town guy he's just he's he has to pose as a coward and a weakling. And you know the origin in story that we all know and love. It's really nothing at all compared to what it's going to become. The first story is less of an origin. And and more just superman taken care of business but they do have to explain who this guy is and they just do it very quickly on the first page but first let's let's let's get to the credit so the first panel shows the The title of the story and the credits. It's right there in the first panel and it just says Superman by Jerome Segal and Joe Shuster and in that panel. We see a spaceship taking off from the top of the building. An and there's texts. There's a text box and it tells the reader as a distant planet was destroyed by old age. A scientist placed his infant son within a hastily devise spaceship launching it toward earth there's no mention here of the planet's name. We don't know its crypt on. We do eventually know. Oh that its crypt on. But it's not mentioned here. I don't know if they beefed this up all in Siegel and SHUSTER's original run. I don't know I haven't gotten that far. I'm only working off issue number one at this point in the second panel we see the rocket. It's landed somewhere in. Its bathed in a pair of headlights lights and the narration continues when the vehicle landed on Earth a passing motorist discovering the sleeping babe within turn the child held over to an orphanage. Okay so rather than being discovered in a field in Kansas by the Kents baby. Superman is taken to an orphanage. I don't know if he is then adopted by the kids again. They don't get into that. It's very very quick stuff. The third panel shows a baby holding a big big plush chair over his head while a doctor and nurse look on in amazement. The doctor in fact is so surprised that his glasses are falling off of his his face and the narration continues. Attendance Unaware the child's physical structure was millions of years advanced of their own were astounded astounded at his feats of strength another narration. Box over panels four and five continue with with maturity reached. He discovered he could easily. Leap keep an eighth of a mile hurdle a twenty story building raise tremendous weights and we see him in a suit and tie. He's leaping over a building in panel final for while in panel five he's lifting a steel beam above his head with one hand as construction workers look on in amazement and he's dressed the same as a few of them. He's not in his suit and tie. It's kind of hard to make out but it looks like he's wearing brown overalls with a white shirt so I'm not it sure. They're trying to say that he worked as a construction worker at some point. I don't know if that's the point. They're trying to make anyway. Panel six has him back in his suit and tie. He's running running alongside a train as the narration continues with running faster than an express train and that nothing less than a bursting shell could penetrate betrayed his skin. Early Clark decided. He must turn his titanic strength into channels that would benefit mankind and so was created. Ed and then this takes us to panel seven superman champion of the oppressed. The physical marvel who had sworn to devote his existence to to helping those in need energy panel seven there. Is he superman now. This is where I get rather confused. I didn't think I skipped a page. Because it's we're still all on the same page but that one box. The early Clark decided that box. I found that odd because because I guess this is how they choose to introduce his earth name and there's no mention of it they don't say he was adopted by the cans. Nothing it's just. Suddenly we we know his name is Clark but they say it. It's it's it's like we should already know. His name is Clark which I found kind of odd the last aspect of the page not only gives us his full name but while here this is what the box says. A scientific explanation of Clark Kent's Amazing Amazing Strength. So yeah this is where they help us. The reader believe that someone like Superman could actually exist and they do that using things science so the narration continues can't had come from a planet whose inhabitants physical structure was millions of years advanced of our own upon reaching maturity. The people of his race became gifted with titanic strength. Incredible no for even today on our world exist creatures with super strength the lowly aunt can support weights hundreds of times is its own and of course to prove it we get a picture of an ant lifting something bigger than it is. But they're not done they continue with the grasshopper. Asa offer leaps what to man would be the space of several city blocks and again to prove it we see a grasshopper jumping okay. Okay so as we know Superman's powers now he gets his powers from the Earth's yellow Sun crypt on how to read son and when they're on Krypton they're just regular people they come into an area with a yellow sun they get their superpowers. None of that existed at this point. It's they they the people of this unnamed planet because eight again they don't tell us what the name of the planet is. They just their physical structure has evolved over millions and millions of years and when they reach maturity. They're super strong and can jump so that at at this point issue one the first superman tale his only superpowers is that he can jump high and he's super strong and I don't know I find it weird whenever a character. It's if you're gonNA give a character a cape they should fly but then Batmans got a Cape of of course Batmans Cape is there to Make him look like a bat. I don't know I'm just nitpicking. All right so we turn the page and just immediately we we get a bill will during shift in narrative with the first panel on page two. Superman is leaping through the air. He's holding a woman under one arm arm. Her hands are tied behind her back and she's wearing a gag. They arrive the governor's estate and he leaves the woman on the ground by a tree. She still gagged she still tied up and he tells her. Make yourself comfortable. I haven't time to attend to it so right away. I'm confused. He's got a woman and she's tied up. He just leaves her in the middle of nowhere and then he yells at her the very next panel. He's out the door to what we have to assume as the governor's mansion there's this dude you dare in a robe and I guess you would call a kerchief covering its head. It's very apparent that he just woke up and he's answering the door and he's you know he's upset he's like why are you knocking on the door and Superman's like I have to see the governor. It's a matter of life and death and the guy just slams the door in his face ace and from the other side of the door the closed door he tells them see him in the morning and of course superman is not having any of that so he just knocks the door down and the a guy like you know the guys scared right. And he's telling them you know this is illegal. I'm GonNa have you arrested. Superman just ignores them and says answer my question and are you going to take me to the governor and.

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"jerome segal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Houghton? I dunno ways to when they go to court. Redistricting think they're not talking enough about the second congressional district, which is probably gerrymandered all the all the districts. They all the districts in Maryland or absurd. There's just absurd including the six, which is probably the worst of them. All bob. Thanks again for the call. Appreciate your input, by the way, talking about a third party new party here in Maryland. Yeah. They socialist party called the bread and roses party. Well, now officially pyramid twenty twenty ballot Jerome Segal the party's founder, quote, I'm delighted it's been a long effort to get here. And of course, single fought a lawsuit in federal court asking the judge to order the election board to reevaluate its rejection of his new party petition places name on the ballot. He is a political activist university of Maryland, professor. And that tells you what's teaching in Maryland, sadly, that'd be interesting candidates say put forth like Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Iran is a socialist against an established member of congress. Unlike her I lost. But here here's the funny thing about the name of this party. And of course, I'm if it's a take off on bread, and circuses, which is something that people that's what they used to distract the in Rome, the bread and circuses while the rest of the place was falling apart you feed the people, and you entertain them. That's the phrase, bread, and circuses. It bread and roses. It's interesting in most communist countries, most socialist countries, they are.

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"jerome segal" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"I want to talk about is sleep duration say eight hours or nine hours. Perhaps we make it sound like you shut your lids. And then you're up nine hours later. Yeah. What about getting up in the middle of night? What about you know, getting that glass of water or I will come to this occasional bowl of cereal. Yep. So if you're a healthy sleeper, you're gonna wake up an average of five times an hour for just a few seconds. And you're not gonna. Member it, usually you might remember some of them like if something actually happened or if someone disturbed your something disturbed you. But usually don't remember you just kind of wake up, and it seems to make sense from an evolutionary standpoint because sleeping is very dangerous. We should asleep. Actually, a lot more than we do given the size of our brains. If you do an extrapolation from other primates, we should be sleeping thirteen fourteen hours. But how we don't. But then we let the chimps get the jump on. This is true. Exactly. But but we don't because that that's actually bad because if we slept for thirteen hours, then we'd get eaten. And so it makes sense that we would actually have a mechanism for waking up multiple times during an hour. Just so that you can quickly monitor the environment in case there is a danger. You know, these days, it's like my under my pillow, you know, but but in the past it might have been like is there a tiger standing over me. Right. Then I might want to wake up so in the last few years there's been this new theory, which has been. Pushed forward by historian called Roger eckerd's historian who decided to look at the history of sleep and has proposed. This thing called segmented safe. He said in the past people used to sleep in two waves. They had a I sleep and a second sleep and in the middle. There was a break where they would do things like, you know, talk about important things in bed. And if you're Shakespeare, you know, right some sonnets or something like that. I remember when this book came out, and it was like don't you understand for thousands of years? No one ever thought to sleep through the night, people would get up, and they talk about it. Yeah. Don't you think this would show up somewhere where they wrote things down or? So so we do have references to first and second sleep in some literature, and that's his evidence mostly, but it's all anecdotal, and there hasn't been any scientific evidence that this was actually the case. And so I think that this is what we were talking about earlier when we were just talking about sleep drive, which is the first time, you fall asleep is going to be the easiest because your sleep Dr has been building up all day since you last got proper sleep, and you're tired, so you fall asleep, and that if you actually wake up it's going to take you longer to fall asleep, and you might do something else. And it's not really I sleep second sleep. It's I woke up and now I can't get back to sleep. So there's not actually as far as I could tell there's not much scientific evidence behind first and second sleep. There's no way there could be a reference at a play by Mark. Exactly. No. That's exactly right survey surmonter stunk iota. Okay. Some Shakespeare stuff. Yeah. Those are the references that we have there is. A study by neuroscientist from UCLA not a historian. He's a neuroscientist called Jerome Segal. And he looked at tribes in Tanzania Bolivia and Namibia because presumably if segmented sleep is the way that we are supposed to quote, unquote, sleep. Then if you look at tribes that are still kind of living in the old tribal ways, you'll find segmented sleep, and he didn't find it and the tribes, of course, maybe it's that these tribesmen would wake up and see what's his name Jerome who. Jerome Jerem seagulls. segal. Yeah. See Jerome Segal? Get all freaked out. Jerome Segal the sense. Did not find any segmented sleep. And I have to say I mean, this is like the claims about the Palley diet paleolithic ancestors ate this this and this because we didn't have grains, while lo and behold, we find evidence that actually yes, they did have grains, while grains that they ate..

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"jerome segal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:12 min | 2 years ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"About the one of the points that Arnold is making in reference to governor HOGAN and not voting for him and voting for the other guy. He said that maybe it will teach other Republicans a lesson not to be rhinos and to be real Republicans. Well, I'll tell you the truth. I don't know if another Republican will ever get elected again. But I'll go beyond that. I don't know. If another democrat we'll ever get elected statewide in Maryland who is from the Baltimore region. That is such an extreme situation in our state Montgomery County. Prince George's county, Howard county parts of southern Maryland even into Frederick county. Now, of course, Baltimore City have become so extreme so radical to the left that we may not be able to elect anybody for governor or US Senator from the Baltimore region. The votes are not there and governor HOGAN is an anomaly, he got elected during a set of circumstances where it was the latest turn out the history of the state for Democrats. There was the O'Malley hangover. Anthony Brown was not the greatest candidate in the world. And remember it was pre Trump. Now, we're post Trump the whole world has changed in elections. The world of elections has changed for the governor's now running in the post Trump era, right and things are different. So we'll have to see how that all goes. Be interesting to see the next poll the last poll with the governor was good, and it was bad. It was good because jealous was only thirty six percent. And he had had a rough couple of months, but I can tell you jealous is not going to be a thirty six percent, especially in state of Maryland, where it's two to one democrat and radical democrat and growing it's growing it's going the wrong way. But the problem with that poll with Gonzalez poll was that the governor was only at fifty two percent. I'm telling you, that's not a high five moment. Say well, El Pap. No, he's at seventy isn't. He it's no no his popularity rating is seventy or sixty eight. But that doesn't matter that's material in politics and voting. The only poll that matters is the re elect poll and the reelect polls fifty two I gotta tell you for a popular governor with a lot of money an incumbent fifty two doesn't make me feel real comfortable. The governor knows this his people know this. I'm not saying anything. They don't call ready. No. That's why they're they're running so hard, and they should and they are and they're raising money and the governor works very hard as a candidate. So. You can understand why it's in a tough position. And he wants to hold onto that position. So he's got a lot of challenges. And we'll see how the next poll the next poll Gonzalez or whoever it might be going to be really really interesting. I'm not gonna make a prediction on that poll. I will make one prediction. Ben jealous will not be thirty six percent. Okay. You watch the next poll. It will be a little bit different. You can join us at four ten ninety two to sixty six eighty four ten ninety two to sixty six eighty or you can give us a call on one eight hundred ninety two to sixty six AD, which is a toll free long distance in Maryland number. But this is something, you know, talking about politics, and Democrats and Republicans. This is weird. This was in the Baltimore Sun. There is this guy who wants to start an official socialist party in the state of Maryland. There's only four parties that can. Get on the ballot in Maryland, the greens. The libertarians the Democrats on the Republican Republicans, and this guy was to create the socialist party. He calls it the bread and roses party. Yeah. This is kinda weird. Very weird in fact, but he's very close to getting the signatures. It's a self identified Socialist Group and his two hundred twenty seven certified signatures signatures away from going onto the ballot. Silver, Spring resident Jerome Segal seventy four years old as a political activists and a university of Maryland professor who is challenging Ben Cardin, and the democrat. He challenged him in the democrat primary and he's behind a grassroots effort. Now this guy teaches at university of Maryland. So he's a socialist. So you can imagine what our kids are learning from this knucklehead, right? But he's apparently a very active guy and he's committed to what he believes in. And he's hoping to get his name on the November. Ballot a challenge card, which we hope so. Yeah. Dr Jerry, I wanna see you get on that. Ballot. Absolutely. So do all the other Republicans. So the Tony Campbell are US Senate candidate can win. That thing the Maryland board of elections rejected his request on August, the twenty ninth and. Last week Siegel follow lawsuit in federal court asking a judge to order the board of elections to re evaluate its rejection of his new party and replace his name on the ballot. Now, the lawsuit argues that this is insubstantial public interest. And that is will be served by putting him on the ballot. But Siegel also claims he's the first candidate in American political history to challenge incumbent, Senator because of his support for the American Israel Public affairs committee, see the socialists and the radical left they love the Palestinians. They hate Israel. They hate the Jews. Okay. That's the left and this guy is obviously Jewish and he hates the Jews. So he feels that carton is in the back pocket of the Israel lobby, and therefore we he's gotta run against him. And he said his candidacy is not motivated by financial consideration. Although the lawsuit. Is about money because Siegel claims that he cannot raise money because he's not on the ballot and the lawsuits they listen to this. This guy's got some money. Okay. Siegel said, he has lent. His campaign over one point four million dollars of his own funds. And the federal campaign reports finance reports tracked by the nonprofit open secrets research group say that he raised thirteen thousand from fellow socialists and individual contributions, but he did raise or spend on his own campaign one point seventeen million dollars. Now, you know, that's a lot of money for this guy to be running in a crazy. Well, socialist race state campaign finance reports show that Jerome Segal spent nearly fifty six thousand on media to support Ben jealous. So you Ben jealous is not a socialist. He's right. But this guy this socialist, this is this. I'm I'm going to call Mr. Segel. The king of the socialist party in Maryland. And he supported jealous fifty six thousand dollars. I don't know how he did that you can only give six thousand dollars. But still even if he fails to get onto the ballot this year he will have two years to get the necessary signature, so he's only two hundred twenty seven short. So would I believe is that? Segel is going to establish the socialist party in Maryland. He's going to be the king of the socialist. Now, if you are a Republican, you are a Trump supporter, and you are just a Republican, you're not even a Trump supporter, you should be high five and right now because what we need in. This state is a socialist party because the socialist party will take thirty percent or more of the democrat vote. So if we have a campaign in two thousand and twenty for the US Senate and this guy runs he'll take thirty percent of the vote from the democrat, which could get a Republican elected. And if he gets on the ballot now Tony Campbell. I Republican candidate could have a chance of winning because that independent guy Neil Simon. I think is named as I could be wrong. Neil. He he's already digging into cartons vote. He's not digging into Tony Campbell's folk, so Tony might be in the right place. At the right time. Very interesting stuff. Here is Joe in Cambridge show. Good evening. Love the show. Thank you. You just said this Joe from Cambridge, and my slogan right now is if you're left, you're definitely not right? I'm calling to talk a little bit about two point. My first one is the hypocrisy of the socialist party in America, especially democratic socialism and hypocrisy that I'm talking about is that since we already pay taxes and taxes go into the welfare systems in all these different programs built surrounding the purpose of getting people jobs and keeping people housing and whatnot. That means that my money when I have a I have a house, a car job, etc. Etc. Means it goes into the pot, right? Well, it's a form of socialism. Yeah. This is a form of socialism already. I mean, the great society we've spent twenty two trillion dollars. Capitalism. All the capitalism mean is owning the rights of production. Right. So if my production is taxed and does that mean that I actually own my own production? You own part of it. So that means that we actually already live in a socialistic. Sort of democracy and its crony capitalism now the problems there lie is when you have people who take this system, and they use it for their own benefit and that ended up screwing the system over for other f- for every other American, and then it called for more government rather than less government. Socialist are the socialist party are asking for more government interns. They really honestly want less carpet because it's more intrusive into their own into their own agenda, which is actually to help people rather than I don't know about helping people socialism is fascism and socialism has been around a lot longer than capitalism or the constitutional republicanism mean they've been around for centuries, and they've always been every socialist movement. Whether it was in the French revolution. Which was a socialist revolution compared to our revolution. Which was. The opposite. It was based on liberty. I mean, they are all fascist in fascism. The definition simple. It's the destruction of liberty. So as government gets larger our liberty gets smaller. And that's what that's all about. So they have been in the United States ever since our founding in their relentless and they've grown stronger. There's no question about it. This is maybe the strongest they have been since the founding of the Republican I predict they will get even stronger, they will destroy the democrat party, which a lot of people says, okay, it's about time. But that's what's going to happen. One of the biggest issues that are founding fathers had with with democracy. You know, was that they were earful that. Ill informed would end up running informed because there will be more. Ill informed people. Yeah. That's how it was originally designed. Yeah. I know I understand. That's why it was originally designed as an elitist form of constitutional republicanism if you unless you own property, unless you women could not vote, of course, obviously slaves could not vote certain people could not vote. So it was a limited vote, but the constitution itself was in conflict with that. And eventually all of that was eliminated through the civil war the suffrage movement and other actions, which brought us to an honest interpretation of the founding fathers constitutional goals. So that in some way, some of these changes in movements in. I have always have been for benefit. But in other ways, the growth of government intervention of government into certain areas. Whether it's healthcare or business. With Obama saying you didn't build that. You know? That's that's a socialist statement. Of course, of course..

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"jerome segal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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06:45 min | 2 years ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Number three was shot. I rank is back on Monday. Ken Starr will be our special guest over New York City. Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik joins us in about an hour and a half year on the program. The talk about the post nine eleven and his brand new novel that is could predict or perhaps. The four hundred a second Islamic attack. Who knows it's an excellent novel. It's fiction, but we've often say these things turn out to be truthful since the turn of the century Maryland has had just about four political parties on the ballot. They are the Democrats the Republicans the libertarians and the green party a fifth already could be getting on the ballot in twenty twenty the bread and roses party. A self identified. Socialist Group is just a couple of hundred certified signatures away from the ten thousand needs to get on the ballot in Maryland. Silver, Spring resident Jerome Segal is a political activist and university of Maryland professor who challenged Ben Cardin, and June's democrat Senate primary is behind this this effort he wants to get his name on the November ballot gentleman's carton, and then build up a party that he says can run multiple races in twenty twenty. Again to me. That's a sore. Loser. Trying to get on the ballot. If you wanna get the bread and roses party on and then follow the law. Then that's that's fine and dandy that should be enough for twenty twenty but not for this year. The American board of elections rejected is originally request. In addition to being a hundred twenty seven votes shy twelve hundred signatures failed the state's name standards. So he's suing over that. He wants to change the name standard Siegel claims. He's the first candidate American political history of challenge an incumbent Senator because of his fealty to the American Israel Public affairs committee, or a pack as it is known. This is work. It's interesting. She remember Siegel is a political activist. And he's a university of Maryland. Professor. His lawsuit states. He lent. His campaign fund over one point four million dollars of his own money. Pretty good money and university of Maryland. Federal campaign finance reports tracked by open secrets show that he raised thirteen grand from individual contributions provided one point one seven million of his own. Money to the campaign and spent over one point one five million. He says the bread and roses party will emphasize promoting peace internationally, and creating decent equitable society at home, quote, we are socialistic in our deals, but opened the non-socialist and new socialist, we believe in the old tenets of socialism. What do you mean like the Bolsheviks? Anyway. So this is where we are today in the state of Maryland, this is how far gone Maryland, Julie is you've got a socialist a venture capitalist posing as a socialist. Because I guess he thinks is the popular thing to do. Even though the socialist just lost a New York, Cynthia Nixon was hammered by New York. Governor Andrew make America was never great Cuomo by sixty six to thirty four percent. But he got Ben jealous running the gubernatorial level, you got Johnny chef ski again, who's eight progressive slash socialist running. If we're Baltimore County executive. And now you have this this Siegel Jerome Segal and the bread and roses party. So this is where we are in a state that is bluer than blue. And somehow we have a Republican governor go try and figure that one out for ten WCBS six eighty one eight hundred WCBS said, he's mayor is Maryland too, far gone. That is my question or is there still hope? Is there still hope to again, socialism is rising all over the country? As we have said, you got proximity forty some socialist candidates. Another one run. Julia salazar. She's a democrat socialist overcame intense scrutiny of her personal life and questions about her truthfulness yesterday to win the democratic primary for a state Senate seat in Brooklyn. She defeats another democrat joining the ranks of leftist, insurgents and socialist nationwide who've knocked out the more. I don't know if this is accurate mainstream Democrats, according to one article, but again, there are all sorts of problems with Salazar. Who has again been caught in a number of interesting tales, just as Alexandria Cossio? Cortes knocked off. Joe Crowley in in Brooklyn. And queens. It's always America too, far gone. And I mean, Maryland too far gone does that now we're faced with is the the bread and roses party. This might say. Let's Siegel on the ballot. And that might take away votes from Ben Cardin, which would help Tony Campbell. Who is the Republican that's challenging him in about fifty some days or so the midterm election. So now that's another thought, but I don't I just think you can't have somebody that loses a primary and then tries to get on the ballot. At the last second. If look if the laws allow Ford, and you follow all the laws, and you cross all the t's Donald the is then so be it, but you can call and let us know how you feel about that as well. The bread and roses party kinda reminds of the bread and circuses. The that's how they used to entertain the masses while they were in Rome that was the distraction that was the kabuki theatre. You know, you put on circuses you put on the show feed them bread. And and they could be the constituents would be happy. They wouldn't pay attention to all the other real stuff that was going on behind the scenes, and maybe that's where the bread and roses reference comes from Idaho. We have to ask. Professor Siegel that good news US district. Judge Katherine Blake has sentenced to gang bangers de'andre Smith and Courant Wheeler twelve years twenty five years in prison, respectively for conspiring to sell heroin and. Apparently they were operating out of the pedestal gardens apartment complex. It's on the three hundred block of mcmechan street in west Baltimore again. These these drugs do kill people. And of course, they kill people that with the drugs and with the guns in the bullets illegal guns and ammunition. They were trafficking in as well. And the good news. These are the federal charges. So they will be sentenced the.

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06:01 min | 2 years ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well listen for yourself how care costs. Sir On his, watch He's been part of the Republican efforts to undermine ObamaCare Will turn things around investing in our small businesses By pushing into ObamaCare whatever. It takes to get a federal human health care the people Do you, identify with The Washington compost reporter do you identify? As a socialist exist what are you? F ING kidding me Annoyed I. Was shocked the compost reporter has the question that has, led to a Allred Burt pouncing on that they're calling on Jonniaux. Whether or not he's gonna doors Ben, jealous saying that he doesn't. Have the temperament to be governor if he got annoyed at, that question can you. Imagine is disappointed he didn't answer it number one and number? Two that does she didn't follow up how are you, going. To pay. For all your socialist ideas we'll take. Some phone calls on this Denise Don? Dock Denise good morning? Thanks for waiting Spoke too soon Denise could not wait? For the break we'll try Charlie in garden Ville Charlie, you're. On with. Sean and Frank I'm just saying that you know. You guys miss the whole quote I'm. Not a Lincoln socialists was my money. But I am with your money Good point That is a very. Good, point well that's the problem is. Maggie Thatcher one said. The problem socialism is eventually you run out of. People's money see that's why the media wants to make so much over the the. F. word when really they ought to be concentrating on what jealous stands for and where the money's gonna. Come from you know where it's gonna. Come from they could always figure out a way you're spending. Your money Very good point. Good catch Charlie thanks. For waiting weighing in on that but that's the. That's the problem with now we've got this other democrat who was trying to challenge. For a Senate seat and failed miserably Jerome Segal I think he's from the DC suburbs maybe Montgomery County. They're all going and and now he's. He's followed this petition right now he wants to do that Twenty thousand signature tied to actually. He. Wants to start a soc unofficial socialist party here in Maryland and he wants to head up. He, wants. To be the candidate for US Senate, as a socialist. Party member near, the bread and roses, party I think it's called wanna. What the hell that means Maybe more like bread and circuses as more bread and roses may maybe. We read crumbs and he then he gets me roses Let's take another call here Nathan, is inflexible Nathan good morning you're on CBS good morning I saw that. Interview, he actually, followed up on Twitter with his answer and he said. That he called himself venture capitalist and not a. Socialist well we talked we talked about that earlier and see if you agree I think he's trying to straddle the fence here I think he is basically saying that. He's a venture capitalist, and he probably Indian and he is and he's making a lot, of, money as a result of it by the same token he's a. Little bit afraid of admitting, that he's a socialist Now Sean, I had this debate earlier this morning and you can be both. You can be a socialist but at the same time capitalist And basically separate yourself from the other ninety. Nine percent because a, socialist is only going to lead to one thing and that is, a, ruling party that represents about one percent of the population and the. Rest of us are going, to be beholding to that party And where I disagree is I I don't. Believe you can be both you can, pretend to be both but a true capitalist a true free market person of free market thinker one always allow for free markets Fairtrade free trade. At cetera the Chinese do not the, Chinese run, a socialist communist form, of government they embrace. A western form of economy, but that's the reason right now we're having a. Trade war because the, socialists, always want to dominate, everything is state run. The economy state run everything comes from the top down there central planners and, so it it it actually is anathema socialism, is anathema to capitalism so they could try to get away with it and and and wink wink say that they're capitalists but they're really not they're. Socialist who are trying to embrace at least a form of wealth capitalism In China and the same for jealous, I think he's just doing this personally because this is how they're going to differentiate themselves from from from Larry HOGAN I think it's a horrific. Strategy and I think he's gonna lose, terribly we'll, take China I mean, you look to me. They are engaging in capitalism, that's how they're making their money in fact if. It wasn't for the, United, States China wouldn't be, where they are today. Because we buy all their goods that's why Trump wants to change the whole The whole idea, of these tariffs and what have, you and and and get China to start paying basically the, same thing that we're having to. Pay for for Chinese goods coming into this country so yeah I really believe you, can be be both in, other words China. Jealous they they can make their money, but at the same time. They want to control the people and how do they control the people by taxing the people the death to. Accomplish their utopian socialist but but that's not capitalism if if you are if you deny freedom of consumers freedom to. Purchase freedom to move commerce within, your own country that is not capitalism. They are they're. Taking tenants, little little tidbits of, capitalism to make money for. Their socialist model and that's what. They're doing, and that's it but it's not full, blown Coppola's well it is not free market it's basically taking advantage of. What's out.

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"jerome segal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Details The security WCBS, news time. Is now three minutes past seven o'clock police arrest two teenagers after a private security guard is grazed by a bullet fired during a shooting on the parking lot of a grocery store on forest drive in an apples Marlboros spending pedal approves. Request to provide gender reassignment, surgery, for city employees the requests made by Merrick Moses the transgender victims advocate in the Baltimore state's attorney's office number crowd gubernatorial candidate Ben jealous turns down, invitation, to appear back to back with governor Larry HOGAN at next week's convention. Of, the Maryland association of counties in ocean city Jerome Segal who lost his Maryland US Senate primary bid has filed nearly twenty thousand signatures with the state elections board to form a new socialist political party in Maryland Democrat candidate gubernatorial candidate jobless apologizing for dropping the f bomb when responding to, a reporter's question on whether he is a socialist jealous responded by saying are you kidding me. I'll look at sports. In a moment Sean Casey here for the clearview window and door, company summer. Is here it's the perfect time to replace your windows and take advantage of their seven year zero percent financing erupted twenty five percent off project rebates and all their windows are made right here in the USA most of a lifetime warranty..

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Philip Kelly in the six eighty WCBS Marilyn news center there was a rescue this. Morning on the gunpowder river near hair for it after people were trapped by fallen trees that were floating, in the river rescue crews from the Shrewsbury. Volunteer fire company didn't know exactly where they were and had to enter the river at, different points. To find them a rescue team swimmer was able, to get everyone out of the. Water safely Jerome Segal who lost his Maryland US Senate primary bid has filed signatures with. The state elections board to form a new political party Segal announced. He submitted nineteen. Thousand five hundred signatures this week to establish a new bread and roses party which he describes as a new socialist party he. Would need to have ten thousand verified signatures to form the new party Baltimore City health Commissioner Dr. Liana win is declared today a. Code red, extreme heat alert in the city Dr win said he does the silent killer in a, public health threat in sports baseball the Orioles raised tonight game two. Of three this week in Tampa it'll be Andrew Cash for the os going against raise right handed reliever Ryan Stanek ninety two degrees it's three or four I'm Michael Philip Kelly six eighty WCBS news hi I'm attorney Michael Friedman at our law firm were keenly aware of the inconveniences our clients face when their victims of an auto accident losing your vehicle and needing a car rental we're negotiating a total damage. Making, certain that our clients received the best medical treatment possible recovering any lost wages and finally assuring a satisfactory monetary award either by. Settlement or in court all in the hope of relieving our clients burdens along that line our firm does, not believe in nickel and diming our clients. Who are already suffering so there's no fee for the property damage recovery no fee for filing in. Distributing the personal injury protection pip benefits no charge, for posted notes yards for photocopies. All by the way fairly revolutionary in our business and of course there's never a fee..

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Study of sleeping fur seals provides insight into the function of REM sleep

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00:59 min | 3 years ago

Study of sleeping fur seals provides insight into the function of REM sleep

"Sleep secrets from first heels i'm bob hershon in this is science update ma'am or rapid eye movement sleep comes right after our deepest sleep periods our brains warm and we experience vivid dreams many scientists believe rim helps us learn or regulates mood but by studying the unusual sleep patterns of first heels ucla researcher jerome segal and his colleagues have found a simpler explanation they argue in the journal current biology that remm activity heats our brains so we're less groggy gets the brain fully functional in preparation for waking first heels have sleep cycles just like us when they're on land but while living it c they sleep with just half their brains at a time to stay alert and keep from drowning and they then stop having rem sleep why seagull says that since they're never fully unconscious first seals at sea don't need the kick start that remm otherwise provides i'm bob hershon for triple as the science society.

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02:24 min | 3 years ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"We're at the beginning i mean to some extent i thought it was a missed opportunity it was quite remarkable and we'll see where where it goes turn out to be beginning of something enormous it really depends on on a variety of things on the people who organized it whether or not they know what to do with what they've started and it also depends on how deep it goes as to whether or not this really represents an entire generation if it represents an entire generation we're talking about transformation in the united states and if i was the nra i'd be quite scared the these these young people quite frankly if if they don't see change soon i think that'd be prepared to sweep away the second amendment it goes that far so yes even though it's a constitutional right let me just ask you this why don't discussion the constitution we hold on real quickly doc dr dr by the way jerome segal why why over the weekend if we really want to talk about school safety you know why why notice gushing about mental illness and mental health 'cause you look the young young males in the for the most part of done these mass acts of murder there it seemed to be noticed gushing coming out of the week and a mental illness you know i i'm not sure if that's true or not but it does link i guess what i'm saying which is one of the one of the things that trouble me about the march and i don't want to sound too critical of it but i thought it was the lack of policy creativity and i think you're talking about mental illness i had my other ideas which i like to get a chance to put out there since i'm on the air here about what we should do about it she was putting forward was the idea of conceptualizing first of all the march they're really two groups of kids in the united states who are being killed one of the ones that activated this this march deaths activated the march was kids in school said that the snipers and so on.

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"All right welcome back in our advanced rate on mitigation and water trim poll question from yesterday was do you in general terms without getting into all the rhetoric do you believe the store you in boston massachusetts was it a success was it about school safety a gun control who is jerome segal joining us down the is dr jerome segal he's running in the maryland democratic primary for the us senate against us sitting us senator who's a democrat he's a senior research scholar at the center for international strategic studies as well as research caller at the institute for philosophy and public policy university of maryland and he joins us on the auto fair listener wise and he spent money over the weekend to distribute as many we foots i think is goal was one million leaflets at the march for our lives and gonna interesting story and he joins us good morning sir how are you good morning.

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"jerome segal" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Well they had a lot of fun at these protests there's a lot of music and food and like every protests there were the street vendors you see all the street how about nice t shirts to the t shirts were really nice quality t shirts f trump on the front of them and oh i went up to a number of these vendors it was fun guys the guys looked at me this is just this is business lady i said i'm just teasing you you know these kids were having a lot of fun and some of them are thinking this is their this is their moment this is their time i guess we're going to see where it all ends up but school safety and safety in general is impacted by a lot of things we had more guns in the united states in places like connecticut and other states when i was growing up never had any school shootings never didn't have any gun control in connecticut gun control no shootings what's happened in our society what's happened with our family what's happened with our belief in the almighty whatever faith you have we kicked god out of the schools we elevated a killing machine known as planned parenthood to mythic status so in that young man said we believe in life i thought good great let's really protect the most vulnerable of course that's not where they're coming from there was a sign couple of signs in the crowd it was very clever dear nra comma stop the stop the killing period and it says leave it to us sign planned parenthood people so a lot of people looked at the sign they thought yeah go get the nra then all of a sudden way to say oh you're criticizing planned parenthood and that sign some interesting interesting moments but everybody had a good time i guess jerome segal is with us jerome is running against ben cardin and maryland and ben is longtime senator and pretty popular but let the the left wants to take these kind of middle of the road democrats out and have a new revolution welcome to the revolution in jerem how hopes to unseat him he joins us now hey jerome how are you so tell us i guess you were you donated fifty k to the march is that right or are you used it to buy supplies or hurt right.

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KDWN 720AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"jerome segal" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Are listening to your healthy radio diction eight five five forty laura well they had a lot of fun at these protests there's a lot of music and food and like every protests there the street vendors you see all the street about nice t shirts to the t shirts were really nice quality tshirts f trump on the front of them and i went up to a number of these vendors it was fun guys the guys looked at me this is just this is business lady i said i'm just teasing you you know these kids are having a lot of fun some of them are thinking this is their this is their moment this time and i guess we're going to see where it all ends up but school safety and safety in general is impacted by a lot of things we had more guns in the united states in places like you know connecticut and other states when i was growing up never had any school shootings never didn't have any gun control in connecticut gun control and shootings what's happened in our society what's happened with our family what's happened with our belief in the almighty whatever faith you have we kicked god out of the schools we elevated a killing machine known as planned parenthood to mythic status so in that young man said we believe in life i thought good great let's really protect the most vulnerable of course that's not where they're coming from there was a sign couple of signs and the crowd was very clever dear nra comma stop the stop the killing period and it says leave it to us sign planned parenthood people so a lot of people looked at the sign they thought again go get the nra then all of a sudden oh you're criticizing planned parenthood and that sign so some interesting interesting moments but everybody had a good time i guess jerome segal is with us jerome is running against ben cardin and maryland and ben is longtime senator and pretty popular but the the left wants to take these kind of middle of the road democrats out and have a new revolution welcome to the revolution and jerome how hopes to unseat him he joins us now hey jerome how are.

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