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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"There's been so many times when I went under the covers or took the low road speaking didn't really retort to anything that sometimes that's good, But you know, when you're reading publications, where was he was back on drugs, You know, it's It's much more glamorous person. That's bad times. But it was very romantic, glamorous and you know, and what happens in the end is I ran song about whether He's got a gun or sweet emotion, and it's just a different take. Keep listening to I heart radio for more from your favorite artists I Heart radio goes one on one with Phil from Def Leppard talking about the bands collaborative process on critiquing when an album is ready, you know, people say different things about different songs. Someone goes. This vocal sounds a bit with this guitar. Big enough to mix of this. You know, this needs to be brought up his counter rhythm for this melody's Not long you know enough, Tom Tom sucks. Take that out. So it's all things on that. And I think when you start, actually Evan any kind of critiques or something, Then you just know you're ready, and it can come from every different person and so just things like that, and they get less and less, the more you get finished with the album, and I think the album just let you know when it's finished. Keep listening Toe I hard radio for Mohr of Def Leppard and all your favorite artists. 700 wlw Elliot. And for Jerry Jeff Walker. We think he's on vacation. But you know, nobody really tells us much about here. You know, they just tell us when to show up and we do that. That's pretty much the extent of it..

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:01 min | 2 months ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Nine for Jerry Jeff Walker. She leads off with a mirror, Garrett, 906 It is a Red's heavy theme tonight on Sports, Talking into Rachel from nine to midnight. We've reached the midway point of the show, I realized because of David Bell out of the chute. I did not set you up with headlines tonight. Let me give you a quick run down on some of the news and notes, and then I want to get into a Trevor Bauer is a topic summer camp continuing Great American Ballpark today and it Press Co. In Mason. For the Reds, David Bell said they will not use buses for travel. They will in fact fly to all roads cities. There has been discussion throughout baseball and some of the shorter road you know, part of the schedule was and the realignment of things Division Wise was to keep team's closer and closer proximity to their home base, and maybe allows some teams to travel by bus. Ron Gardenhire, the manager of the Tigers, Said he plans on driving to the opening day Siri's here in Cincinnati, but David Bell said the Reds will travel by plane today. Nick Cassidy Otto said he does not want to D. H. He prefers to play the outfield. And that's one of the reasons he chose the Reds in the National League so he could play right field something he takes pride in and getting better. Each day. It is game week for FC Cincinnati that kick off the MLS is back tournament Saturday night. 10 30 Verses Columbus Nick Hagelin of FC Cincinnati and Xavier and Lakota West checks in from the bubble tonight at 805 here on Sports Talk, by the way, if you missed it during the new Cincinnati a finalist to become a host city for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Today, Representatives from the city participated in a virtual workshop to discuss bidding plans. It is race weekend. Sparta Kentucky Speedway hosting five races beginning Thursday night, culminating in the Quaker State 400 on Sunday. No fans of attendants Kurt Busch, our guest earlier tonight at 6 36 when he joined segue to college basketball Notes. UK has added two new AH home basketball games at Rupp Arena for this season. You, Abe. That's Andy Kennedy's U A B team. And Marshall, both games to be played in December and Louisville basketball, Suspending all workouts today is two members of the program have tested positive for Corona virus. All right, we've done we've done Nixon's L From a hitting standpoint, we did Michael Lorenzen. From a bullpen standpoint, Let's go starting pitching standpoint and Trevor Bauer and let's Let's walk this back to that trade to acquire Bauer. The Reds gave up their top prospect in Taylor Turmail. To get Bauer and that deal was not although it was made at the deadline of last season that wasn't made for last season. That wasn't a move, saying we're all and we're going to make a push to try to rally to make the playoffs. That wasn't gonna happen last year. That deal was made with 2020 in mind now. Certainly the circumstances have changed a supposed 162 games. It's now 60. And that means instead of hopefully 30 32 starts, you might get 12. Maybe Mohr out of Trevor Bauer. Trevor Bauer is a key caw ge for this team. If this team is going to be a cz, good as we Hope and think they can be. Then it's going to get there because Trevor Bauer is I don't know if he can be 2018. Trevor Bauer again because that was all star Bauer. That was Cy Young vote getting Bauer was a to 21 earned run average, but it certainly has to be better than the Cincinnati Reds version of Bauer last season. When he made what 10 starts earned run average was about seven. Trevor was asked where he's at right now physically. I'm in a better place than I've ever been, which is nice. I got a lot stronger. Improve my command. Quite a bit AST in training, hopeful that transfers over the game, so before Matt ready to go five or six right now, I feel perfectly healthy and fantastic. Trevor was there's no question he was dinged up last year, had a variety of ailments when he was pitching in Cleveland that didn't get cleared up in his 10 starts with the Reds, although having said that with Cleveland, he was he was OK. He was decent. In 24 starts. He had a 3 79 earned run average. I think you take that this year for the Reds pitching in the National League. And if you were offered that now I think most would take it. He can't be bad like he was last year with the Reds. What is interesting about Trevor, though? If you go back the four years prior to 2018 so counting backwards 17 16 15 14. He was decent. He's never been in his career as good as he was in 2018. He wasn't before. He hasn't been after they needed to settle in, though, and be good for this team. And the thing I like about Trevor one, he's not afraid to speak his mind. But he is a He's a different guy. He's a smart guy. He's an inquisitive guy. He gets into the science of pitching. He likes playing around with mechanics and kind of tapping into who he is as a pitcher and what could make him better. He's always been that way. He's always been somebody who's run people wrong for his antics. In his comments at times, he said earlier this week, he has in terms of what he's looking for this season. He has had multiple conversations, conversations with his pitching coach, Derek Johnson, about how he'd like to be used this year. Quit it. I've Ah applied some friendly pressure to him, I guess is how you could say. But basically just letting him now like I want to pitch as much as possible as often as possible. Don't have to worry about wearing down over the course of a long season. We had two months friend and then a month playoff. So generally speaking, that's right in the middle of the year, a normal year where you just kind of started to hit your peak before you hit that August. Outlaw and July August law, you know, let's worry about that this year, so I'm in the mornings, the better, The more pitches it better than me. You know, as long as I'm doing wrong, helping us when there's much possible. Here's what he said that that really struck me yesterday when he talked how How he plans for 162 games how he prepares his body in his mind 162 games. The Big 1 62 the the Journey, the marathon. And how he's had to change. In terms of preparing his body and his mind for now, pitching 60 games. Take a listen Like maybe, like this really works with your skill set since that, you know, this is a good time for experimentation, and you're pretty open that kind of a spent a lot of time. Let's see. How do I say That's why my skill sets built for a long season like I'm super durable and I trained that way to make it through a long season to be healthy and durable and throw a lot of things out of fishes. I'm not as good as a sprint because having built myself that way, but obviously understanding that this season was going to be shorter. I've spent the last three months building myself more for the sprint. So yeah, I feel like I'm in a good spot below. It's going up. Hopefully, probably about a mile an hour, hopefully more, but I'm pretty confident about a mile an hour from my share. So I'm in a better position for a sprint and then as far as the actual like If I pitch more often, or whatever the case is, Yeah, I'm built to store a lot of pitches and built to throw, as you know, very often more. More. So is built for four days and I am five days Azad kind of optimal. Recovery cycle that I found that my body works best with so Yeah, I'm in a good spot ready for whatever's thrown at me. Trevor Bauer yesterday answering questions you heard posed by a mark Sheldon on the Zoom call. Think about that. The ability to pitch every four days now, that doesn't necessarily mean The right to go with a four man rotation..

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:01 min | 3 months ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The second twenty twenty Jerry Jeff Walker with you and we welcome our first guest of the our first official guest of the evening I got I had the pleasure of talking to couple weeks before not on this program but another and I wanted to eat it was such a fascinating conversation I wanted to have it again Anthony Davis is name is the author of cooperation and coercion and Antony good evening good evening thanks for having me on well thanks for coming back on with this to plug the book and to talk about some hell of it thanks the last time we talked it was about the idea of cooperation versus coercion with that covert nineteen and the corona virus and governor and leaders reactions and the people responding to that the American people but you know since since we've seen now more than seven days of violence and civil unrest the cooperation and coercion has kind of shifted gears from the government to actually the leftist protesters and the violent elements within them and the coercion that they're using to inspire otherwise peaceful protesters to not be so peaceful in the looting the arson and the destruction that we've seen but first off to give some people some perspective here who were listening what's your background Antony I'm an economist associate professor of economics at Duquesne university and the Milton Friedman distinguished fellow at the foundation for economic education one and we've seen the great destruction of what was just three and a half months ago a booming American economy and and now as we try to mount efforts to repair that and if you see a resurgence in what's going on and and we all believe that there's a possibility resurgence this year just depending on what happens and how quickly get people get back but I found the timing very interesting of these protests tonight your stand there was a catalyst there was the George Floyd death of the head of the Minneapolis police officer we've all seen the video in there terrifying eight mins minutes of someone who's already obviously sub dude and under arrest being you know being basically strangled is fixated to death by this police officer in Minneapolis and the reaction around the country not just around the country but around the world and I think that's telling for another reason but I'll get into that in a moment but to answer me what is the subtitle of your book because I love the subtitle as much as the title cooperative and coercion and what's a subtitle how how busy body speaking busy believes and what that means for economics and politics all right and so kind of explain explain that premise first of all what we need here is the I mean we all know what a busy body is right at your neighbor who's peeking out the window seeing what you're doing and go looking down their nose because they don't approve of of what choices you make this sort of thing that's a busy body we tried that with this since the dawn of time Gladys Kravitz on B. which you're right that's exactly right but a busy bully is what you get when you combine a busy body with the coercive power of the state so the busy body says things like well you shouldn't be smoking or you shouldn't drink so much your soda Popper this sort of sure and and ended the busybody turns to the government in says give me a law that forces this person to do this thing I want the person to do that that's when the busy body becomes a busy bowling very good very good and the busy bullies in the wake of these so called otherwise peaceful protests have been well organized groups have any I don't I don't think there's any question that these are you know it when you've got pallets of bricks being shipped ten days earlier before pro cast protest happens in any given city and they've got incendiary devices and they've got backpacks loaded with communications devices it's all very very well coordinated through social media and other outlets yeah that's very strange that level of of coordination organization the world when we talk about coercion typically we talk about government but it's important to understand that government is not the only form of coercion in Easton people were rioting and burning and looting and this that's coercion in every every sense of the word it's just perhaps doesn't have the muscle of the organization the government coercion has but the score shin on the less well I I don't know that it doesn't have the muscle and the the organization of government has Antony all right I would argue that this is very well coordinated and very well funded and I think it's interesting and I would think would be important to find out who the people are behind the violence associated with otherwise peaceful protest and that did the president today said that the anti file will be declared a terrorist organization he has some constitutional issues with that because terrorist organizations usually have foreign roots and some of these may have in fact foreign rich but I think it's more of a a Rico statute because this is plain and simple racketeering going on in these protests I think you're absolutely right I think Rico is is the right interpretation now understand I'm not a lawyer here what bothers you talk to lawyers so yeah that yeah get my thermos what bothers me about the president's stance is I don't think ever it will be since the early eighteen hundreds has the president ever dispatched the military against citizens within the United States this is unprecedented who's going back to the insurrection laws of the early eighteen hundreds yeah yeah I that that's kind of where I'm thinking they they we might have seen the last instance of this admitted me here on the on the one hand we've got this unfortunate mix of the course of elements the people were rioting and looting in this sort of thing and then the cooperative elements standing right beside them the people who were peacefully demonstrating they got together they got a message they're gonna put it out but they're not going to be in fort forcing their opinion on anyone they're gonna make it known but they're not going to use coercion and unfortunately these two groups have gotten mixed up that's to the detriment of the people who are cooperating in trying to get their message out well yes but those people sadly at her are being coerced by the violent elements there behind the scenes elements that are causing an instigating the violence they're being coerced into being violent in many cases and we sell our daughter being forced into just going home and not being involved at all it's it's it's what we're seeing here is the way we talk about portion in the book and we we we aim our sights at government but we don't say it's necessarily a bad thing there are points at which coercion music is good and proper and this is a very good example of we want the the preferably the police not the military but we want the government in the form of the police out there protecting people from being harms protecting businesses from being looted and burned that's an appropriate role of coercion or proper use of coercion and inappropriate use of course is what happened to George Floyd yeah I I would agree with that if you can hang on just a second we're gonna take quick break and come back more of our discussion with Anthony Davis author of coop cooperation and coercion and again the subtitle the bodies became busy believes and what it means for economics and politics all right fantastic and I think where it winners Sirius tipping point of what it means for the economics of this country because of everything else we've been through recently Anthony Davis in our conversation continues in moments on the night cap on seven hundred WLW leasing the protests and looting the anger and the violence and we've seen compassion and acts of kindness we all have strong feelings about what's happening across the country and we are here to let your voice be heard this is a time to talk and to listen and an 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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:43 min | 4 months ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Third Jerry Jeff Walker into another hour seven hundred WLW had one joining us is Jim Ranson burger who is the author of several volver Sam colt in the six shooter that changed America it's just out today and we're lucky enough to have a first bite at the publisher who apple with Jim tonight thanks for taking the time how are you I'm great great to be here fantastic so I gotta ask you first why the interest in Sam cold in the first place what what was the genesis of this book here call is important for two reasons what was your fascination that's what I mean yeah well that's that's a great way to start I he was somebody who was suggested to me as a topic I live in New York City I am not a gun owner nor gun collector so I don't come out of it from from the gun world which is usually where writers who have dealt with call of come from I come at it from somebody interested in American history particularly finding things that had a little role in American history right that have been written about a thousand times and when I started looking in the cold I was astonished to discover how influential he was in so many different aspects of American life before the civil war so that it's kind of the thing where somebody says you should look into my car okay and I will come up and I'm like wait a minute and then I keep looking and became more and more fascinated and then by the time I started writing I just what is quickly as I could because I could not believe nobody had written this book yet you're too young girl involved in the the personal growth I mean he's a fascinating kind of wild guy and and the resolver your incredibly important invention they were there other important American inventions of that time but it it was way up there in terms of what it meant to be big changes in America well how about relative to the assembly line and Henry Ford that crucial role that they call played with well with manufacturing long before Henry Ford Henry Ford's assembly line again in nineteen away the call was doing things that were similar to that in the eighteen fifties I mean Henry Ford thought he invented the assembly line at the center for generate a lot of history I really did it went back quite a bit in time anyone back particularly to gun manufacturers in the Connecticut River valley in primarily to the armory Samuel colt and one night what he did was pioneered interchangeable uniform parts now that may sound kind of boring but before that everything was handmade right so you know things might be similar but their parts in all match exactly so if you had a firing pin go out on your Bristol chances because somebody would have to tool that firing pin yeah I had a whole person would have to go back to the shop to get retooled so interchangeable parts were huge with guns that's why it really began with gun manufacturers and then of course it moved and everything else sewing machines bicycles automobiles and now as I look around the room practically everything in front of me as uniform interchangeable parts and the role that the colt armoury played in this is really quite extraordinary in person United States and then call kind of proselytize it to the rest of the world in the eighteen fifties so that's one really big not very well known part watch him called fit and the other of course is what they have done itself again after taking American west talking to Jim Ratzenberger the book just out today revolvers Sam colt in the six shooter that changed America so you you say you're not a gun guy you're not a gun collector you're not really a gun enthusiast but for people who are who are listening to this this is important history to know what's important history all the way around but especially I would think to a gun enthusiast to to learn more about this pioneer why I I agree and I think it's important history non gun enthusiasts yes I think this is American history and some people may like it some people may not that this is what happened and I you know I I don't hold out the hope that no in American history changes people's opinions completely now but I do think the more informed are about how our country developed the more informed we are about what we think now and what I can say to anybody whatever they think about guns now is the call of all over change this country really fundamental ways what do you like it or not all right from everything I see and from what you've just said so far Jim having not read the book I'd say in fundamentally good ways you know in a in the progress in the as use mentioned the forging of the old west and the influence revolver of the six shooter had in that respect as people drove to the boundaries of the continent and beyond I mean absolutely it was the instrument of manifest destiny now of course you know in the wrong hands it was used badly like any gun we're like any tool hi but what it did is it empowered people to go west it's particularly you know how to deal with the relationship the conflict between white immigrants and native Americans and there's some pretty sad tragic stories in there but also if it if you were say a family that wanted to go out to Oregon yeah are you a father of those with a wife and children you had to be aware of extraordinary risks you are undertaking really weigh those risks and it would have been completely lacking imprudence to to head west without a weapons that particular without a revolver because it allowed you to to leave whatever out force you might have to deal with so I mean the revolver at the time do you think about it this way I don't know if you were a phrase this this way or look at it this way jam but the revolver at the time was like a twenty round magazine today it was it was the cultural barber was the first particle multi shot firearm before cold guns had to be reloaded after every shot in the dark about even in the most experience in agile hands that took about thirty seconds well the revolver change that and as I say it was especially important in the American west to settlers and immigrants if they win out the only armed with a single shot gun they were really no match for horse mounted Indians who could fire arrows at a rate of twenty or thirty minutes sure here the top half a minute to load your guns your penetration by the time you alone yeah so you can see how having a weapon that allowed you to be a fire five six for more shots we give you an ability to defend yourself and I'm not saying that every immigrant families that went out there was met bye bye Sioux Indians or Comanche but you knew that it was a possibility and it was a prudent thing to do to be prepared for it yeah I tell you what we can take a quick break and come back Jim is that okay yes Jim resin burger a guest on the night cap the book revolver Sam colt in the six shooter that changed America and more in just a moment after the break on seven hundred WLW we'll make sure we give you the experts who can slice and dice what's going on stay informed is a border wall we want to keep you informed and in Betty and rocky tomorrow afternoon at three.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:19 min | 6 months ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Little of a national state of emergency because by the novel coronavirus or cobit nineteen Jerry Jeff Walker here to reassure you that everything is gonna be just fine even though I have no idea that that's true but I'm I'm just telling you I believe everything's gonna be just fine especially for the toilet paper hoarders let's go to running in Kentucky first tell around a are you a dog yeah I will what's up with the toilet paper deal have you figured that out yet but background appearing on it okay a past us with everybody up into a frenzy technical sap self isolate for two weeks to six weeks eight weeks and about law you for a second I'm going out there buying all of the spaghetti and the rice that I can buy I'm going to reset them all and eat all that food that I ordered a I've got to go to the bathroom house prices fell five limited I can't go down a storm but other paper so they're hard not because all the paper well you only need to selfies laver were like to fourteen days we were back there with the cellmark kicked off by all the bread milk cheese effect yet I guess they're gonna get snow usually lasts two days this sport well I I would like to think I would like to think that and I would hope that I I would be as regular as the next person although sometimes it's not true but I would think that I probably don't need more than a little even a twenty four pack of toilet paper for a couple weeks yeah I'm mad I'm mad that's what they're doing there thank you I just need more and I got a feeling that I'm with you on that I think we're all going to be justified at this panic concept something that get ripped up and well you know running on the other hand we are all going to die so that some day of something right now all right thank you thank you running appreciate phone call the lovely lady Lynette good morning how are you Lynette Lynette sweetheart are you there Lynette I know she's okay because he was on the telephone not hearing me perhaps I don't know we'll put a limit on hold maybe she'll she'll be okay I was obviously for obvious reasons concerned about people like Lynette at times like this I need to hearing centers dot com listener line Dave from Harrison good morning Dave how are you morning here Jeff I'm good except we got breaking news from Harrison about the corona what's that well we don't have power they found fifty new cases of corona financing still make the stupid beer jokes I mean do anything else but that didn't know that they're not fifty new cases they'd probably been sitting for a while yeah well that's one thing about her own after there's no born on date like Budweiser ogre background I'm concerned about you know those sports what's he gonna do well he's he's here this morning to tell you that there's no sports all right happy St paddy's day weekend well it's really don't mean we're three days away all celebrate on Tuesday just like every other guy con hi dear about that you guys didn't didn't center next return snappers now look very very worried for only the other guys who come from portals where you from he said Brussels through and then he says you know just where to go to school at the end he says I went to St Catharines where do you go to school Jennifer and wanted to win it and then it says did you miss rain and Jerry looks over done there are concerns problem okay twins are at it again yes the twins are drunk object again joke yeah the Mulcahy twins I I went ahead and let you tell it even though I knew what the joke was when you began like your property pulled a straight white I wanted to see how you told it in and here's my assessment of how that went he's gone Lynette are you there hello Lynette I can't hear you Lynette are you okay all right I don't know what what the deal is there Austin but does she's not responding I I know you checked her on the phone and she wasn't she may have but it least it is long as she's breathing we know she's okay and that's the important part six eleven seven hundred WLW.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"My son just the bill this diaper you got an extra one and your wife maybe six inches from that microphone and everybody else spits their bodily bodily fluids onto it oh look it's yeah you're not haven't you not having a good reaction this what about Jerry Jeff Walker I'm I mean pretty much sag is the only safe seat because no one no one sits in his chair you're saying your job order spits in this microphone he does at Eddie I mean let's be honest that's how we might get six so what what about Saloni he's a walking germ but think about me I'm over here and all of the cast of characters Jackie's germs yet well no all the cast of characters that Gary Jeffries and they'd sit here I believe yes they do so yeah I mean I'm here I miss all that talk like this from now on okay are you sure I can't suck on this microphone I would not recommend that that's probably where it all started right there yeah yeah about soup our microphone yeah thanks yeah right markets yep I'm only going until paddy thirty two more cans of beef barley barley and I'm getting also some tomato some bean with bacon I love Campbell soup mmhm I got sixty four so far plus I have the little thing you pick it up you know and I got that thing not to worry about the I'm not really sure what I'm doing thank you what do you do again and that's what I'm doing open up the camp last night I'm not really sure don't you should have an automatic can opener about electricity going off and running in like in medieval days so I know I got it pull it open yourself oh wow I'm not really sure what I'm doing thank you so I give me some sports where you well.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Jerry Jeff Walker purposely opening up a Hornet's nest I understand from my producer Jeff that a woman did call to opine on this but was not using particularly nice language so she won't be joining us but Susan from California is Susan you have a comment on by topic that I opened up with tonight yeah you mentioned that conservative women are more attractive than democratic women just a static apparently you don't get out much I would invite you out to California to meet the ranch to meet some democratic women oh okay I'm talking about the ones that I see on TV ordinarily and the ones that I see representing people they're just not an a and an attractive bunch of people in again I for myself I I and I understand what my limitations are physically I'm I'm not I'm not in the trash are you listening to what they have to say are you just looking at well I here's here's the problem Susan I'm so distracted by some of these women's appearance tonight I I don't get a check I don't give them a chance and that's that's a fault of mine I would agree not a fault of theirs that's a me problem not at them problem but I I I do tend to see the Democrats will they be elected people or the Talking Heads on television on see who represent the Democrat point of view and that democratic Democrat there's a difference because I don't think that the Democrats are very democratic right now Susan but I I find them to not be generally attractive as as opposed I mean as long as they get the job done right but I don't think they're doing a good job for the American people women on TV or or or not there for a reason to get people to watch like you if you listen to what they have to say they're not really saying much but I'll look nice what may be nine what I what I do find Susan when I do find it and you bring up a good point so let me respond at a in time this way when I listen to most Democrats either male female or attractive or unattractive they seem to all be saying the same thing and it's just a bunch of group think robots you know you you you already are set in what you believe yeah but I'm I'm real I'm willing to be convinces and if somebody can make a convincing argument no Democrat has ever made a convincing argument to me and I I I'm not trying to listen with an open and you had any of the democratic any democratic women call lantern or are come on your show it yeah as you implied in any of the news in the margins are Susan you're the first usually they won't wonder what because usually we're pretty we're usually pretty good about coming on an opening up about what we believe but if you don't have an open mind you can't really if you can't see past the outfit and you may have a problem at night I don't discount what you're saying I guarantee you that I have a problem this way in fact I admitted that earlier in the conversation Susan it's it's a me problem not of them problem I'm just saying in general Democrat women liberal women don't seem to be that attractive to me and it and it's been that way all my life look before I even before I even had an opinion politically I thought that back in my teens in my early twenties I okay but you can't group like all democratic women and your own world of a track on a track no no I I agree with you there and I said there are exceptions to the rule Susan I'm said saying generally that it's been my experience and then where you have you explored the world have you been out of your community as well absolutely absolutely I I've I've lived in I lived in middle Tennessee I lived in Chicago Illinois Saint Louis Missouri and South Carolina California I have been to California and and I find a lot of the women attractive there until they open their mouth thank you so much for calling go to Randy in Hamilton ready hello how long it's going well how are you I'll tell you that I'm agreeing with you and it's not just a terrible insult the I agree with you there because of their policy even if they're the even if they're slightly attractive once they start opening their mouth and impact parenting you know the phrase of the day or the word of the day because they got their talking points handed to them and they have to say this then yes and they become less attractive as they continue to speak that hold on her but I I would agree with Susan this is this is my problem it's not her problem mine too okay ready thank you go to our friend Chris in Westchester on the acute hearing centers dot com Lister line hello Chris thank you.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:51 min | 8 months ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Jerry Jeff Walker yesterday was a special day for probably for a number of reasons but as a special day because it was Betty white's ninety eighth birthday in this morning we will be not yet but we will be celebrating on and off with the some of the greatest audio clips of anybody anywhere it happens to be Betty white she's so good so funny right now though we on the acute hearing center dot com Lister line go to Rick in Indy for reception report good morning Mr Washburn how are you good morning Gerry Jeff I'm doing great how bout yourself doing OK doing all right out receiving you it is a seven by six on the seal of one to five and I better because of this this thing was that ninety Bucks for the nineteen forty which is about seventeen hundred dollars in today's money three what how this is a it based on the nineteen thirty nine the Philco world's fair offering which had every bell and whistle you can imagine and some that you couldn't imagine and no one else could either this is a nineteen forty ten to three band three antenna giant speaker AM short wave radio space heater night light the neighbors Dallas breaking with more model belongs to Mike in Lawrenceburg and apparently very loud as well is also where yeah message to peel paint off the walls it is it is the main it's not even that the top of the line of the year but this one about it about a half a dozen some of the offerings I found the nineteen forty advertisement for this model and the the lesser one which is still pretty amazing and the funny thing about it is it is spreading about the the R. F. the radio frequency stage which is an option but it's something that make you that much more sensitive than that much more selective and works very well and with the internal intended you don't need an outside intended to be able to take actual wave and W. O. W. from up here and so forth in the description it says it any of you know it's like the the oversize speaker and a luxurious controls and be costly our estate the nice free that really see he's see the pink card right so you say it was ninety dollars when it was new in nineteen forty which translates to seventeen hundred and twenty twenty money correct one can be a little is that cocoa as with many other Venus in Crosley both I believe had the room dealers and it was an awful lot like car dealers today so there is financing reduce counselor trade ins you could buy a used one repair parts service etcetera so there's a very good chance that between financing and discounts and so forth the ninety dollars is probably the equivalent of the cars an SRP and if you pay that you're a sucker right so yeah if you if you are easily hook line and sinker those those under this disreputable radio salesman could really aren't thank your chain could fill you full is what Joe Biden would say was oh a with a with a lot of malarkey the salesman at the local Ford dealership say when I leave the store room we're eating steak and I think he's all right ma'am listen have a great weekend and thank you for joining us as always Sir and continued appeal that pain of your wall I feel it'll save you some time when you get a rebate later I'd better repayment people not authority all right ma'am take your ticket but old radio Rick at G. mail dot com the aforementioned Betty white now we have a we have eight Jimmy sandy's been working furiously laboriously to assemble somebody white clips because she just so glib and just so damn funny and we are celebrating all weekend Betty white's ninety eight born in Oak Park Illinois yesterday January seventeenth nineteen twenty to believe me she wasn't born yesterday but she can tell you all about it here is Betty white talking about then candidate John McCain's running for president go ahead No Way John likes to always communicating via carrier pigeon absolutely hello lately we've been having a problem with shooting them.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Anymore but. eight sixteen Jerry Jeff Walker the Saturday morning edition West Side jam in the studio with us that wasn't a bad rendition wow that was pretty good that's pretty good I understand our mutual friend Alex the Austrians feel text you earlier. and he was texting fingers to you up pointing the way for me no you showed me the picture now does that make Alex T. a party finger some people are potty mouths you know like really should receded to leave in the city was telling me I was number one. it is art. is that what you want to believe now I get that from a lot of people driving down the road here at home in stores I didn't I don't know your that famous where when people recognize you like that and know exactly who you are and what position you're in you're pretty famous guy exactly it makes me happy. I mean it could be worse I could have a kick me sign on the back or something. he could have given you three fingers was or maybe is the whole hand you know says yes no no I didn't say that. sick those niceties that actually says good morning noise. so so from what I understand again with the the subpoenas that the house is suppose sending to the White House for documents in the like this weekend they're not actual legal subpoenas they are letters. did they call subpoenas but they're not real subpoenas because we're the real subpoenas these would go to court and they certainly don't want that kind of involvement. with what they're doing right now it's all a publicity it's it's all a show political theater. in fact I don't think that Nancy Pelosi ever intends on calling for an impeachment vote in the house that's a tough call I don't I don't think she does I think she uses this publicity. and this political show case. to try and convince the American public that there's actually something going on but if she calls earlier this there's nothing unconstitutional calling on with president trump hello she gets a hundred sixty votes will go where to go for something else. know they're going to keep the heat UP I I that's why they haven't officially voted right it's just impeachment enquiring that she. single handedly unilaterally decided to oppose so what she can do is you can get the clicks. she can get the eyeballs the cameras. focused on this all the way through the election cycle that's what it's about. but every time this this interference is about the twenty twenty election cycle not president trump president trump was talking about twenty sixteen and the stuff of bite when he was vice president Ukraine that's what he was talking about with the Ukrainian president not to twenty twenty election which you know he is a cruel ready one up two points I know and it's going to keep going this is how. this is how myopic they are this how just dim witted. of. how far sighted the nine Democrats OR in this effort. they're being led around by a bunch of amateurs yep. you know specifically for women who've never been in politics before yep. there have been groomed by outside money and outside sources. to drive the party to this the far socialist left. it's very very simple to see but for an entire party to be hijacked that way. into protecting that they're all woke individuals that can relate to Maloney millennials because they're the choice against the evil old white Republicans. this whole mess this whole narrative is nothing. all the world's all the world's a stage and everyone's a player I mean it's it's all just so. so obvious. I don't think she will. I think you'll have the votes don't think she'll do it because she knows it's gonna die a quick and painless death courses that are gonna go sent yeah exactly will never be convicted ahead they've already predicted that if McConnell brings it up he said he would bring he said he'd have to browse the I've heard that one yeah he announced that but yeah he'll have to bring it up and you know what the sooner the better I say I just one more record who who go to vote exactly that's what it's all about they will not they do not want to go on record because they are facing reelection right the same time Donald Trump is in districts that voted for Donald Trump and Republican voters will come out in those districts like they didn't in an off year election once it didn't vote for the twenty eighteen to twenty eighteen vote in those districts that Donald Trump wanted twenty sixteen are much more red than they appear they're not purple it's just that Donald trumps not on the ballot he will be next next November and when he is watch the Republicans come out and flood the ballot box with votes for. with votes for Republicans to re occupy those seats in the house this is what's going to happen in this continues to play out and the fraud that Adam Schiff is perpetrating on the American public on the whole system. is criminal I think I think Adam Schiff should have to resign. it's a waste of time. this. I know I did I got a break we got the bangles Arizona preview thing we've got a rundown jam. but. I know go informations on the line sorry I all I always like to hear going for me I know I'm up against a hard break okay and it's breaking my heart that we can escalate on but you to always converse well yeah I know I love I love talking. yeah if I hadn't to. Biden talked for the last thirty seconds I could have had thirty six clin but now I really have no more time sorry one this.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Jerry Jeff Walker do that version that they're his version. I was in the car one night and there's a young lady and games orders was one of the interstate and I work for him kind of fading in and out and I when only. that's Welker turns on yeah yeah we do more and more of that sort of hers no but anyway listen I'm I remember talking about this story when I I read it to as soon as it had that once JB prince car or one of those folks heard about the Confederate railroad booked at the state fair that was that and they said we just I got allowed because promoting this band would in essence this is my interpretation what they said they didn't say this but they were considered to to be some sort of. full of fence and it kind of bring us up to date on the story so you were canceled and I said I so we're gonna pay often is surely the confederal because they signed a contract now you decided you know what I don't want the money bring us up to date on what you decided to do. well we and original post where they're actually last night was the date of the performance and and we got canceled everything that you read I yes and also No Way everything's cool with us and then the the lawyers got involved with it most artists and all these stipulations never dying and I was sitting in a lot actually I was going to take that money and give it away. once they all got our legal people that I bring involves Massey hall as it is is not working out so yeah all these days do something good for the people of I don't know where. Danny did you ever have any issues over your bands name prior to this year. you know every once in awhile Joan Sutherland but it was very minor things started changing a lot and after that not delivery would kill those that black church down there two years ago which is a terrible thing Charleston and after that we started getting a little heat with the name and address on the Confederate monuments started coming down and everything and actually backed away all phone. electors we don't have the Confederate flag on stage or anything you know we don't really promote that I know that it means different things to different people but you know we can we try to be sensitive okay we we cannot get it to understand it's difficult world now but when it comes to change the name of the band there just no way I would ever do that well that's crazy I mean you you have one this is the thirty years plus with this brand. I mean that's that I guess you could say we're the railroad but they're dead your fans one like that anyway not I'm not calling your fans anything inappropriate as wanna be clear but you know if they're confederal fans we know that the the word Confederate if you look it up in the dictionary doesn't necessarily mean the civil war the confederacy there's a lot of versions different definitions a Confederate but but I understand that they do you know it's been tainted now but it to change the name that would be ludicrous as any of the bookers of the band or any any record company executives said look we can't have any anymore this no no no no but nobody ever said that any you know that the traits that I will be able to get better real road that was based on the civil war engines locomotive the general you know I'm from Chattanooga Tennessee and I was living in Kennesaw Georgia the town and the general during the civil war was a hijacking genocidal we captured in Chattanooga Java man it's a great idea now it says missiles themselves a little you know gives a little shout out to my hometown and the world was great you know and that there was never anything political or racial or anything about that ideas you know that being raised here in the south how do you see it in a lot of people that were placed here Danny surely is the lead singer and bandleader of Confederate row they were sent to play last night according to a state fair and the JB prince Kerr read about it on a political bloggers people dead and that was it what about lady antebellum aren't they going to change your name that refers to the pre civil war south. well I would recommend anybody changed their calling from Albany NY that stuff you know. you know it to me it's one of those deals we don't lock Confederate railroad you don't like the music you know like the name you have the option not to go to that show obviously there was a lot of people in southern Illinois they had a lack of business would be in our third appearance there at the state fair over the years that was the whole arc they would bring in somebody in the crowd we don't like we don't like their music you know please get rid of them you know we have had a good history state and it was disappointing but is Yankees used a different world now do you see this guy kerfuffle over our our state fair downstate and the press as a net gain net loss or just to push. we'll have to wait and see what happens you know right now to be honest I've got a big boost in business. and for your. I think a lot of people just so tired of our peers well can I say the as well mostly in the very old. okay say. people just. it's so much sixties now and I do remember when you and I might have a difference of opinion was on that but we can still be free until we can still you know together and and maybe we'll have a matter it was used nowadays of somebody don't agree with you that is what you are. this is stupid this is a complete overreaction a complete overreaction well I you know I always loved music I think I think you know I I say this carefully but back when I open those shows for you at the star plaza theater which unfortunately is gone now in Maryland yeah we did a couple nights together down there and I believe my sister took a liking your keyboard player. no no. I forgot his name but at one point I thought this is my future brother in law lower will be it is good that she found somebody else believe me no he was he was a great guy he was with me for years and years and he was actually in the ministry now. interesting well that that's a that's a good move I suppose yeah there you go you guys you guys to these guys certainly certainly a fun back in those days were we older than Danny. your data we still do just on on. there are gives a a different the meeting broke on nowadays yes yeah I'm I'm happy if my super hot now there you go alright nice sunny catch up with you I continue successor it's a pleasure talking with you thank you so much John get out you Danny surely of the Confederate. this is you really can't go wrong with the Confederate road. WLS news time is six forty three on the roads Kennedy is twenty four to the airport thirty three to the three ninety southbound tristate pretty heavy sixty Deerfield and he's funny and spur backs up tri state route over a fixed in through the roadworks noun. Dr slows to Chicago the look of the roads in less than fifteen minutes. if true. the president is a Russian spy in a traitor this is. he is now. and that's what it was going. three to use to help you sort through. eleven. let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and see if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Jerry Jeff Walker and you again together love our times together and we're back again and so is this guy delivering some kind of science news we cover the science minute him science might good morning Michael how are you are you doing your job I'm fine thanks armored your little request earlier yeah yeah how do you know anything about this well just what they have room in space dot com but the China landed works for on the moon earlier this year called the Chang for and they have a little over the call to you to to yeah and so on lunar day eight now lunar day lasts twenty eight or so which is around July twenty fifth get ready to shut down for the high noon or call the high noon sun too little heat and radiation sure that what that left about six days before the original damage or looking some images of small craters zero they were driving around and early notice since I want a small craters a a gelatinous type material with a definitely defined color they would describe what the caller was yet and this was published in the Chinese government but as I understand it it's not a color usually find on the surface of the moon no no it's not Rick I daughters also was involved with greenish color but I could I could find a name for example sure the I. R. infrared spectrometer on individual spectrometer get the the characteristic of a wavelength off to see what exactly it is and they actually come might think it's a glass from be right striking the US service that melted some type of silicon material it you know it's colored and and and and it didn't give it a certain luster that look like a shiny a gel like but you're so they're still going to publish something else we should I buy gas from one o'clock to what they find when we strip calmer analysis I also looking at the article in nineteen seventy two Apollo seventeen astronauts found something off on the one juror orange type yeah something already called oxidized rust type thing on that mission we actually sent a geologist up the Apollo seventeen crew yeah which cost calls will stir among the existing original instructions but the technician never came are likely but yeah it was interesting to him they found the one job one zero on the account of a drowning out service and what the Japanese the Chinese have found is a gel it looks like it's gel like but it could be it could be glass is it possible that it's green cheese interesting upon the dark side to well yeah and and and the dark side is only dark because we don't we don't see but it does get sunlight intense sunlight radiation and that's where they're correct yes all right will will follow that anything else going on or just very next week I'll pick up my my was gonna talk about snorting are covered recycled therapy so we'll we'll make ahead on that next week noting want our Colorado coach tools to help you get through thanks already in place like that the term who's interesting article but they would have actually you know okay and then the next week we can talk about looking for Aug's all right science might thank you very much Sir you have a wonderful weekend eight eleven and seven hundred W. L. W. Jeff Wyler Honda dot com one.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"On this ADHD thing there's no doubt that I'm a I'm AT the improbably ADHD but I have lived a very fulfilling and fruitful life I think because of it not in spite of it I think it's it's part of what is driven me now yeah drives me to go from obsession over train car to a farm to a boat but I'm having the time of course I drive my wife crazy but now she's crazy about the boat and I think so I wonder if my if my obsession is is contagious but what I'm trying to tell you is when you think about the aid the the thing who is it that wants to prescribe the kids the drugs for aid and again I'm not down on you if you do this you got to do what you gotta do what you gotta do it is teachers who first see it and doctors who prescribe two people who put a high value on settling down to making good grades well of course they're gonna think you need to be drug but for those of us who didn't give a rat's romp about grains sh I'm sorry then it didn't make any sense to be on any drugs I didn't think I needed to cure anything you know saying oh yeah I remember one of my favorite quotes from Jerry Jeff Walker singer songwriter well as great as quote I ever heard and I'll and I thought I lived but he said you have to follow your own weird there you go and it's true that's right it's true it's true it's true so don't drug me up I'm you know I'm perfectly happy being weird what am I holding and again I'm not down on you if you've decided to do this with your kids everybody every parent has to make this decision but the decisions are being driven by people who put eight a complete emphasis on doing well in school that's what the whole thing about the ADD drugs so you can come down and concentrate and do well in school well one if that's not important in the long scheme of things oh my gosh there they come I got to get out of your folks will be back after this genesis diamonds WTM traffic.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This Monday evening July the eighth twenty nineteen Jerry Jeff Walker with you on seven hundred WLW thought about this as I was driving in this evening stop dead to make you days the golden arches to grab myself of few unsweetened iced teas that's my drink of choice is special and want to stay awake that's my caffeine when I wake up in the morning I don't really drink coffee I drink iced tea so I pull into the McDonald's on Montgomery road and this is like at eight thirty or whatever this evening and there's in both of the drive thru lanes they got to now make it more convenient for you to sit in your car while you wait for your food both find your full there's nobody in the parking lot the dining rooms open they've got those kiosks now to make it more convenient I just walked right up to the counter I got in my car actually took the twenty steps to go inside it wasn't so desperately hot I needed stay in the air conditioning in my car and wait for my food an extra fifteen minutes not that they're not efficient because generally they are but I said you know what I'm not wait in this line just to get my three unsweetened iced tea so I walk in the dining room as a kid who's working the window she's meaning comes up yes Sir I said yes Sir I'd like three unsweetened iced teas to go please boom within two minutes I walked out of the door McDonald's and the same cars that were in the drive thru lanes almost the same position were still there I said sent really convenience is that efficiency the drive in was of great great advent in American culture and an American fast food history and girls in the roller skates come out to the car bring a tray it was like an event drive throughs okay I understand you probably have set in your share of dry fruits and probably will tomorrow and I don't I don't begrudge you that at all it's funny that's what you want to do but the fact that Americans cannot get out of their car and walk twenty feet into a restaurant just to the thought to me is just like my god our whole how lazy we got there's always talk about obesity in fat food and all the menus have calories on island but you're not even willing to get up out of the seat of your car to walk into a restaurant to get what you need probably faster than if you had set in the drive thru line ordered and paid window and wait for your food but all for the convenience of not being able to get up off your **** so word that concerned about obesity in this country that that's okay really if I were king Dr rose would be eliminated and everyone to have to walk to get their fatty food at least two little cardio in between the card the restaurant back to the car I'll just say the other thing kills me about drive throughs is it people know they're coming into McDonald's or the coming into Windies and we've got more choices than we've ever had before it places it used to be you know singularly burger joints that's fine offer variety offer your customers as much possible fatty food as possible but you should know what you're getting before you pull up to the window to order the times I do sit drive throughs I'm always annoyed and mystified and frustrated mystified frustrated at people get up there said may take your order plays and gone let me think about it I know exactly what I'm gonna get when I go to Taco Bell or McDonalds Windies when I go to the drive through I went there for a specific purpose and reason I'm not gonna sit there for like ten minutes I to decide what I want all of the wonderful variety menu that they offer let's go one step further over how lazy and spoiled Americans are and it you know we've we've exported around the cut around the world now so we can make the Europeans in the Chinese just as lazy and I don't know as non minded as we are but in America specifically we have all of these apps now on your phone we're not only do you not walk into a restaurant to get what you want to eat you don't have to go five minutes because fast food is so ubiquitous eminent they're they're everywhere five minutes in your car and sit in the drive thru now you can sit on your fat **** at home order up through GrubHub or these other delivery services and have them bring it to you you don't even have to get out of the house we have gone absolute and serves well that's technology it's it's good because it's big check its progress progress it's one thing to order a pizza or something when you're about half in the bag and are tired and you don't feel but it's another thing entirely to get your burritos from Taco Bell delivered to your house she will so convenient it's so easy I know it should be a little bit harder to get your nourishment me back in the day when there were no fast food restaurant when there weren't restaurants people had to physically go out and hunt for their food sometimes they came back with nothing and that's a terrible way to live I agree we have made great strides in being able to feed ourselves but you don't have to forge for nuts and berries anymore you don't have to go down into the woods and hunter on buffalo or your wild boar and drag it back to the house maybe walking for tens of miles to get back to your cave for your hot to then prepare the food you just have to sit at home on your couch in front of your television or you could be or your screen whatever you've got you had an app on your phone and services like GrubHub and many of them have their own delivery systems we'll bring it to your house the day that I can't go down the street literally two and a half minutes down the street to get my big mac whether I'm sitting in the drive through or not the day that I can't do that is a day I don't deserve to eat we are so so incredibly lazy and this is not a Hey you kids get off my lawn kind of senators speech it is true think about it think about it logically is this really the way we want to we want in our society always sitting on a couch hidden our phones having food delivered paid extra five or ten dollars because we couldn't get up all four books and go get it ourselves well god god for bid by food the groceries and make our own I like doing that S. is me pet peeves that don't mean much but there you go food for thought don't eat too much this is the night cap on seven hundred WLW back to wrap up in just.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Still have to do with the the Russian the Russian will the Russian spy whale. He retrieved a cell phone for a young woman who dropped her phone into the wire while she was petting him. He went down and got the phone and brought it back to her. You'll be kidding me. No. In psalm video, we have the video Texier from Denny from date. New says the brass asses across the street from puddles. He frequents both locations. Why would some hot strip joint? That's not a strip joint to engage in stimulating conversation with a twenty five year old Jerry Jeff Walker Gary Jeff Walker. Why would you do that? I mean that way your show over there. One day and asked people coming in why they sit there I hate to break its people. But you know, you can do this online chat rooms with, you know, a private video connection, and you don't have any walk into the through the door the brass and you don't have to have Denny from Dayton catching you going into xactly the play to sit outside the place a watch. So you're on a video chat. What are you talking about Iraq? Well, why are you talking? And you're on what do you talk about? What are you talking about? The brass Jones has here's the thing. You can't touch the girls there. You can't touch girls any began touch him on video. Can you know? So it's basically the same thing for probably probably cheaper too. But I can't speak to that. Joe Biden, smell their hair. Can I do that? I think seven now Woodson sports quickly. We got judge over NATO coming up. Judge Natal Willie the stooges Puertas approach service every local TempStar heating and.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I I was having for about the this investigation on Trump and all that money that we spent on totally ridiculous. Could've wouldn't all those houses down south. They hit got hit by hurricane and all the firearms out in the mid west could have been all we built and everything the fires out in California. Those houses could have been rebuilt all that money could have went to that. And what a waste and they wanna make another. Stupid Democratic's pack. Now, I've switched overtook Republican. And there was a lot of people here in New York, then have taken in switched over to Republican. To be on the committee committee. I go there and be now anybody in there. And but what they're doing is wrong. Thank you very much in its in New York state. It's it's fight or flight because of the tax Asian people are leaving the state of New York in droves. Because of just what Janette was talking about a break in bag Jerry Jeff Walker in for Bill. Bill Cunningham live on a Sunday night. What happened you used to go hours without visiting the bathroom? Now, it seems like you're constantly getting up to pee and you're even getting up at night to go..

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"This is too boy as tom yeah out there jerry jeff walker no brought her mother that's probably my ratings this country he said diverse tina turner eminem in texas country i love it rob roy keane song of course kristie bay one do you know that one yeah i do you know we lived our life over but when mattered anyway because i can never say so ver other corpus christi bay honestly like you kind of have that melody really can't sing melodies at all but he i heard on them i did yeah really good flick over screen the moment that we've had it we knew the girls that ever dancehall we had a tablet every bar i mean we threw her photographs her rosary third into the car trump thought out into the sea i mean they did everything it yeah all right well thank you for your time lunch who's got new music i need to anybody coming soon that i need to check i do think you will love the brothers osborne record at least some of it okay some of it's a little too artsy for you i like stapleton i'll listen how does his new music comes out i'll appointment listen what what songs do you like chris stapleton broken halos is good on death row is my favorite song of hits you right in the heart dad's favorites able to songs man yeah we had the same music tasted hey hey.

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"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Gravy

Gravy

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jerry jeff walker" Discussed on Gravy

"So that was up against the wall redneck mother this version by jerry jeff walker those do song sound pretty different well in 1970s austin those two types of music started mixing to become one the way that people talk about progressive country also called redneck rocker cosmic cowboy they talked about it as the quote unquote hippies and the quote unquote rednecks coming together this is jason mallard a music history professor at texas state university mallard says that in the '60s there were these two supposedly warring tribes in texas where hippie designating you're the '60s youth counter culture uh long hair on men peasant blouses on women this more casual attitude towards uh pleasing yourself in the world whereas quote unquote redneck was the white working class often stereotyped as rural though not always rural uh but seen as sort of hidebound and rigid in terms of social mores which is probably the biggest difference between them and the hippies of course that's not to say that one was better than the other but they're definitely was no love lost between the two groups or so says longtime austin hippie bruce will lend zack oh we're now go these fruit mahinmi's together in thing about love and paves the justice and others stuff in the combined arm than on the way out all the kids with the cowboy hats were turnaround punch on the long hairs in the face that was austin in sixty four sixty five it was march you're tolerant accepting poise.

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