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The Trish Regan Show
"jerry springer" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show
"And people are very anxious for him to come back. So Stu's joining the show stew from America over at the blaze. He's going to tell us a little bit more about what he thinks is next in line for Tucker Carlson. I mean, Tucker certainly has a lot of opportunities. Okay, so Tucker Carlson, big, big deal on media. You know who else was a very big deal, and who actually has passed away. That's Jerry Springer. 79 years old, Jerry Springer passed away today. His family released the news. Saying that he had had pancreatic cancer. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer just about three months ago. Look, I will say this. I mean, Jerry Springer, wow. The guy was a legend. Total legend. This was reality TV long before there was reality TV. This was cable news long before there was cable news. You know, the fights you see on cable news, the crazy big ideas that you would see on cable news. All of that sort of started in afternoon programming with like Jerry Springer, but it was more than just cable news esque. It was really reality TV esque and TikTok esque. Jerry, all right, we want to take a walk down memory lane here. There's titles like, I hooked up with my wife's mother. That's the mother. Baby. Oh my gosh. Kids. Well, what would you do that for? I wouldn't thank you. I'm sorry, baby. You're sorry. You were sore and then it was you. What? You were thinking you were sorry then. This show, this show was so over the top that it became like an adjective. If something was Jerry Springer like, you can see why. Okay, so this is a guy that's been communicating with somebody online that he thinks is this really cute girl, and it turns out, well, it's a really large man dressed as a girl what was attractive about her that. We have a lot of things in common. We both very athletic people. Yes. Both love going to the gym. Here she is. Here's Dolly. Okay, so clearly, you know, he was on to something before the rest of the world was. I mean, these shows were done in the 90s. He was a big deal. He was like the king of afternoon talk. And it was kind of, well, how should we say, sorted down in the gutter? But it almost feels quaint when you consider what TikTok is today? Anyway, Jerry Springer, he really is was a legend. He was clearly a really talented guy. He was a lawyer. He was the former mayor of Cincinnati. He used to work actually for Bobby Kennedy. I mean, just a really storied career, and he tapped into this underbelly of America and exploited it in a way, and people were like, oh my gosh, can that really be real? And I would just say, yeah, a lot of it, it's not like these people were actors. I know someone who used to work on the show as a Booker. It's a high pressure job, because you know, you get to find strangest people. You could possibly find, and this is before you had TikTok. So Jerry Springer really exploited this in an entertaining way and effectively was P. T. Barnum reincarnated. And he laid the groundwork, so to speak. For cable, for reality TV and for some of the worst things you might see on TikTok today. And somehow it was allowed. Imagine that. Somehow it was all allowed. It was kind of a different time. And it was certainly sensational, but it was allowed. We're in a different environment right now. Again, something that Tucker Carlson alluded to in that clip that he released last night, a different environment where it's hard sometimes to really tell the truth. And it's hard, especially considering that the administration, Joe Biden, has the media in his pocket. Like literally. So this is from the press conference with South Korea. And he's up there speaking and he's going to take some questions, but you know you can't just take questions from anyone. No, no, no. These questions, and this administration, somehow, they have to be pre screened. And everybody has to tell Joe who the reporter is, who he can talk to, what her name might be, what the question might be. This is Courtney Subaru Maine. She's from the LA times have been, let me just tell you how bonkers this is. I've been a journalist my entire career. You do not give presidents questions. You don't give anyone questions. I mean, that is just kind of a no no, like no go zone. The most I can ever think of is saying, hey, we may talk about this and this. You might tell a guest that, just so that they know, they can be prepared. Okay, we're going to talk about the economy today. Or we're going to talk about this particular law, or whatever. But you're never going to actually give a question. In this case, it's the actual question. And this is the LA times. So that's kind of scary, right? That the administration is hand picking, who gets to ask the question, and he's got his cue cards saying, all right, Courtney, you're next. This is really outrageous and it's very controlled and it really begs the question of how much freedom does the press really have in this environment. I can tell you just a funny story. I remember years ago. I was a correspondent, CBS news and Obama was speaking. And this was before he was president. And I was out there covering the campaign. I went up and I threw microphone in his face and asked him a question. He was coming down the stairs. And one of his handlers came over. He answered it. I don't even remember what the question was, but his handler came over to me and said, that was unacceptable. You are not to ever do that, and you are going to pay the price for that. Like, wow, buddy, I'm just doing my job. Now, compare and contrast say Joe Biden with his cue cards to Donald Trump, who would take questions like all day long. I mean, his stuff would be like, come on, we gotta go, we gotta go, and he's like, one more question, please, one more question, please. And they would be questions that were all over the place, nothing was vetted in advance. And in fact, part of his problem was he answered all the questions, right? And he answered him. Sometimes maybe a little too truthfully. Why do you keep using this? 'cause he comes from China. It's not racist at all. No, not at all. It comes from China. Oh, deep state shirt in like that. Anyway, Joe Biden is running again for president. And you can't help but look at this video and say, really, really buddy. I mean, it's like weekend at Bernie's, right? He's got the sunglasses and everything. There's this sense that he's just this prop that you put up there doesn't really know which way to go doesn't know which reporters to call on doesn't know what time of day it is. But that's not going to stop him from running for president. Even though 70% of the country does not want him to run, I mean, that's the latest poll.
The Trish Regan Show
Jerry Springer Passes Away at 79
"So Tucker Carlson, big, big deal on media. You know who else was a very big deal, and who actually has passed away. That's Jerry Springer. 79 years old, Jerry Springer passed away today. His family released the news. Saying that he had had pancreatic cancer. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer just about three months ago. Look, I will say this. I mean, Jerry Springer, wow. The guy was a legend. Total legend. This was reality TV long before there was reality TV. This was cable news long before there was cable news. You know, the fights you see on cable news, the crazy big ideas that you would see on cable news. All of that sort of started in afternoon programming with like Jerry Springer, but it was more than just cable news esque. It was really reality TV esque and TikTok esque. Jerry, all right, we want to take a walk down memory lane here. There's titles like, I hooked up with my wife's mother. That's the mother. Baby. Oh my gosh. Kids. Well, what would you do that for? I wouldn't thank you. I'm sorry, baby. You're sorry. You were sore and then it was you. What? You were thinking you were sorry then. This show, this show was so over the top that it became like an adjective. If something was Jerry Springer like, you can see why. Okay, so
"jerry springer" Discussed on WTOP
"Look at that Cheers playing. Profanities flying fist flying. A typical Jerry Springer show in the 1990s and beyond often looked more like a wrestling ring than a TV studio. Today we learned Jerry Springer has died. He was 79. Robert Thompson, Professor of television and pop culture at Syracuse university joined us a little earlier to talk about Springer's career in what came to be known as trash TV. We had the Morton Downey show, even donohue had done some tabloid oriented stuff. But Jerry Springer really raised a voltage, not when he first started. He first started doing much more serious kinds of issue oriented things. But when they hit their stride in 94 and by the time they got to 97 98, in some markets, he was beating Oprah Winfrey in the ratings. Springer also had a career as an Ohio politician before his national TV fame did that influence his broadcast work at all? Well, I think it did. He was a conscious, politically astute individual. And he's got quite a biography. He was born in the London underground, what we were bomb shelters back in 1944 as parents had escaped from Germany, many of his family didn't escape from Germany. Then he becomes city council and Cincinnati, his political career was probably headed to something bigger than that. There was a little bit of a scandal, and then he ultimately did become mayor of Cincinnati, but that's all before we start getting to the bleeps, the blurs and the flying furniture All sorts of what I would call cringe shows followed, not just talk shows and Springer, did he have an influence on those? He did, I think all of that would have happened anyway. The things that were in the culture that Jerry Springer responded to, lots of other things were responding to even at the same time and certainly after. But Jerry kind of set a certain standard of how far you could go that we're still remembering and he was on the air until what? 2018 on that show and some other shows thereafter. Robert Thompson, Professor of TV and pop culture at
AP News Radio
Jerry Springer, politician-turned-TV ringmaster, dies at 79
"Talk show host and one time Cincinnati mayor Jerry Springer has died outside Chicago after a brief illness, according to his family, he was 79. I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his life. Jerry Springer admitted that if you were not outrageous, you couldn't be on the Jerry Springer show. The show ran for 27 years with themes like hooking up with my therapist and proud to be a homewrecker. Springer said in a 1998 interview, he had fans, he got complaints, and he impacted pop culture. We read articles, The White House has been spring arrive. And everybody knows what that means. You don't have to explain if you're walking down the street and there's a crazy situation in someone says, hey, that's the Jerry Springer show. Springer served as a Cincinnati council member in 1975 and as its mayor in 1977.
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"jerry springer" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Brian, say what's up to fire nation and share something interesting about yourself that most people don't know. What's up fire nation? Hey, it's great to be with you. I'm going to share something my friends don't know. It's actually, it's actually kind of embarrassing. I think my wife may be the only one that knows this. So I'm going public with it now. This may come back to haunt me. But years ago, my girlfriend and I, this was not my wife, this was prior to her. We entered a disco dance contest. And this was back in the early 80s. I mean, it's embarrassing even to say that. I'm sure my face is red. And worse yet, we didn't even win. I think we got thirds. So there you go. That's where my moves come from. I got all these great moves and they go way back to when we entered that contest. Oh man, well, you made the podium so congratulations for that. And listen, we all have our thing. This will just be, I don't think I've ever shared this on fire with on entrepreneurs on fire with fire nation. And 2500 episodes, but you're encouraging me to do this, but I actually was during my junior year in college spring break. I actually had a dance contest on Jerry Springer's stage because he was doing Springer break. There you go, yeah. I also lost that contest. So no worries, man. No worries. Here we are today. Oh man, it made it, it made it on Jerry Springer. And my grandparents got together and watched it. I never forget. I was like, you guys don't want to watch that probably because it's spring or break. But anyways, fire nation, as you know, we're talking about the 12 week year. How to accomplish more in 12 weeks than most people do in 12 months. And as I told Brian pre interview, he is a brother from another mother. I am so passionate about batching and focusing and just going all in during certain times.
Teen Mom Trash Talk
"jerry springer" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk
"Right. Yeah. Well, exactly. Now, the other part is like, oh, Ashley was very funny. She made me laugh. Because she said she was like, my mom has basically worlds of knowledge and she's so much experience. And she's like, oh, fuck you, Ashley. She's like, I am young. Oh, that was so funny. She's like, she has tons of lifetimes. Excuse me? Oh, I love her. Oh God, so now, she wants them to have a fail Terry. A fairytale wedding. Yes. And it's like, okay, well, listen, yeah. Noelle. Yeah. Down what happens? I don't understand what happened. Okay, what happened? Then they bring shin out and she runs away. What happened? Nothing. This is bad editing. It is. Okay, also, then that's not her shoes. Oh my God, I didn't even notice she didn't have shoes. She was barefoot. So now I heard someone said something like, oh, she was going to get her shoes or something happened and they were like, no, just go out barefoot. Yeah. It reminded me someone posted in the group and they were like, what is this? And it's literally what I wrote. She was like, on Maury, every time, okay, because you know me, I am a very good I'm a more YouTube. So what happened was there was four baby daddies. They weren't sure which one it was. They were ready to read the results, drum roll, please. The woman would take her shoes off. Also, Jerry Springer, right before you get in a fight, you take your shoes off. Why? I remember. I would want to have a good grip on the floor. Imagine being right. You want to be barefoot for that? What if someone steps on your foot? I'd be like, ow, please stop..
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"jerry springer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Mainstay Danielle the polar assassin That's a fun name They said she was once on Jerry's Springer This woman that the coach of the Texas special teams was with here is with currently She was once on Jerry Springer has a monkey named gia who used to assist her in her act She was a stripper with a monkey Take all my money She was the polar assassin Why is she not doing this anymore This seems like it's gonna make some real cash for her The monkey even has an Instagram page which features some incredible content all right You've got me Here we go Gia monkey Instagram Let's see if we can to find this thing I don't know if that's it I don't have to find See let's see if you could find G of the monkeys Instagram This is gonna be an important part of this whole thing Danielle is polar assassin And then we got the monkey named gia who has an issue I just pull a S and the monkey came up immediately Oh you got the monkey Well at least Google everyone is looking for Polish assens monkey Okay Monkey underscore gia is I think the monkeys are Instagram Wow y'all I'm excited for this I'm totally Ann All right here we go This is the right yeah this is the monkey in question It says I'm a white face Son of a bitch monkey has more followers than I do And here is polar assassin with the monkey As you can see here this is a cute little monk I'm doing their things It says back in action help mama polis ass and win the prize $10,000 This is you want to contest with gia the monkey as a stripper And this monkey is the star of this particular story Wait the monkey's name is gia not the stripper The monkeys The strippers polar assassin There's so much going on here All right let me pause The coach his name is Jeff He's the special team's assistant for the University of Texas all right I used to date polas No he does date poll assassin He's with this woman the former stripper pole assassin Oh she the former part was her being a stripper Not dating him She's not currently a stripper as far as I could tell There's no a monkey handler Yeah she still has her monkey gia which used to help her in her act So we know that all that part is true It says people went on a tour of the backyard and there was a haunted house there It was multiple gates that they said they weren't supposed to go to But whatever one of the trick or treaters ended up on her property and bit the monkey but the hell out of the trick or treater Here's the report that started all you could see this tweet here it says I'm hearing a report from a credible source that Texas longhorns special teams coach Jeff banks monkey allegedly attacked and seriously hurt a young trick or treater last night on Halloween The monkey's jaws apparently had to be pried off the small child God So I guess it was pretty bad And there was a child being aggressive This is a post from the girlfriend It says hey neighbors I built the haunted house maze at my house I'm welcoming all kids Sunday 7 to 9 30 adults are welcome to come by tonight There's a party swing by Yada yada So she definitely was having a haunted house At a party and they're definitely was a monkey involved.
Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"jerry springer" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"Of san. We needed a bridge. We needed a representative of both. And that's what that's why we needed the ultimate sacrifice. I love that romans nine five. But but i i use the word bridge on purpose because i think when we think of all the things you could talk about what people are classes. You could teacher the things you get into. Jesus has got to be at the top of the list because that is the bridge. We just read it. I mean he's he's the holy spirit and humanity in one. And that roma's nine five which i've read many times. Because i just love the wording because we just read the genealogy of matthew one and paul refer to this he said there's are the patriarchs in from them is trace the human ancestry of christ. We just read once out of it and you read the other one in loot about mary. Yup of christ who is god overall forever praise. What kind of statement is that. You can trace the human ancestry of this. Jesus fella who is god overall forever price gan. Lotta people will. Struggle are a lot of our listeners. Struggle with the idea of how he could be both. But you just have to understand. That is the deal that he is both. That makes it all possible. You can't have. Jesus god with that. Jesus the man. He had to be both son. I've got a man i'm both. That's why i'm saying out these. Don't nobody in any generation drain just reading the first peter. Where's that he says. We didn't follow cleverly and stories. We were eyewitnesses like the light. Shine a light bulbs john warm. We've seen him. We've heard him. We touched in weedon road with. Yeah he's look we have this is this is the one that's right when he was calling it it though and down one down here that that so it's interesting now teases for next anchors wrong out of time moon when y'all up matthew to be your next week was act new pickup in chapter two. It's interesting that as soon as we get. Jesus here the politics began because key king haired hears about this and so y'all get into that end the persecution and the persecution so think about it. The son of god is born. He's a little baby and he's god but the first thing he has to do is get on the run because they're trying to kill us legitimate idea. Oh i hear a rumor that their god is being more than so. Let's just kill them all. Let's kill all the babies. That was the idea. You talking about brutal. Give me a narrative by which we can do this. And i could theoretically imagine somebody said. Well it's not really a baby till it's more you know anyway and then it's not really a child until they're up to four th. That's how we come up with ways to dehumanize when we have some kind of agenda and by the way that's been going on thousands of yards. There's a word for that it's called evil right. Thanks for listening to the unashamed..
Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"jerry springer" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"And also jays that little Virgin will be with child and berta son. They will call him. Emanuel was foretold seven hundred years earlier yup biza the ldl. I have a history but he also said for fulfilment that far back seven hundred. thank of twenty-one. When he said she will give birth to a son and you ought to give him the name jesus which means the lord saves but he also says because he will save his people from their sand. So yeah we got this genealogy here. There was a lot of sinful activity. But we're here now and we're in a moment in our the history of humanity award for the first time there's a human being born that his parents didn't have sexual relations or however you want to have him and you know what i find fascinating about joseph in this is even in twenty four when it says. Why would the bible put this in here. This is one of those Why does it even put it in here. Because i think it goes to his character because it gives you the impression. When when joseph woke up from this dream he did what the angel of the lord said had commanded him. Which is another character trait. Because i've had a lot of dreams and woke up. Felt that which is why we have a day aces. That's so he took mary hamas wipe but he had no union with her until she gave birth to a son. Got the way that was interesting. Why and put that in there. Because i think. I think he could have a lot of religious. I think people on the fringes of religion their get into this debate. Whether you're supposed to be able to have sex with your wife when she's pregnant. Based on that which. I don't do that cookie. People come up with kooky you know. I think it's that. Hey they got the right to believe whatever they think. It's just a respect thing. Like that's what i thought i thought he had now. I mean this whole thing was thrown upon him now. obviously he's had had an inside conversation so he's like oh he gets which i am. He's like i'm part of not only. Is there a god. He's real but we're fixing to change the world but he put that supernatural fact above his natural impulses which i've used this as an example. Where people just like. You can't do it and whether it's a couple that are living together. That are not married and they asked my opinion. And i'll go online. You've got to put the supernatural above the natural. Now what now. He was directly involved. But even us in your life you want to change your life. It's going to happen with the same thing. We pray and we believe this real. We're having conversations with god and we believe jesus is inside of us and you're looking at a woman and she's a daughter god and you're supposed to help her get to heaven. These are the same conclusions. You gotta make for your life to make better decisions on putting the supernatural above the natural preach a sermon on this right here. But there's a way to stop you know making bad decisions and this is it. This is the recipe. that's i think. Why god you know what's engine jason's joseph. We assume since we don't read about it in in jesus's ministry in the gospels. We assume that he died. Because you re wrap mary in the brothers. But we don't read about joseph so and some point. He probably died in there before. Jesus got to thirty. But what's interesting is so joseph new and there's no daddy knew beyond doubt he shows you. Mary knows because she knows she didn't have sex. And she had the baby but then his siblings didn't believe in him now because we read that they had they just they thought he was. They thought he was a famous person. Remember that one time. And john where they said you know. If you're going to be a public figure you gotta blah blah blah. They just saw him as like managing his career. But they don't john's m-5 where he said even his own brother symbol that in the in the one where he said it was right along in there when they say he was supposed to go to a feast and they said you gotta go. Make yourself known if you're going to be a public figure yeah to get out there and saying champ. Yeah it is seven well anyway. We're trying to manage him. It was like didn't really believe he was this guy. Yeah exactly so. What do you think they were. I'm saying they had to grow up in this home. Where mary and joseph totem who he was but they didn't believe him. I mean that's interesting. Well i mean it's not easy to believe it's not well because i think he became a human. I think that looked at him and thought well. He puts his pants on news running around and stack. He's a kid. There's no way k. Happen you're telling me that. Oh you're god now. I'll tell you this if jealous of something change though post resurrection because you know who was in the room and acts one. Fourteen his brother's the same ones that didn't believe jams jail gathered at then. Well then all sons it will. Maybe he is and the guys are coming back from the dead. Okay i was wrong. It's a good sign a guy. The guy who wrote the book of james was was jesus brother and he was also one of the probably like the main leader of the jerusalem. Church you read about him in acts twelve and so this guy. His brother wound up being one of the main pillars of the jerusalem church. So you're right. They got it but they had to get it post resurrection. But i thought was interesting because we were talking about this idea of physical and spiritual remember. We started out the book. Aromas paul said a servant of christ. Jesus call to be an apostle set. Apart for the gospel of god the gospel he promised beforehand through his prophets in the holy scriptures which we talked about that fulfillment regarding his son. Who has to his human nature was the descendant of david which was the point of matthew one. Yeah and who thas hen who through the spirit of holiness was declared with power to be the son of god. Yep so that that idea of the physical coming together with the spirit of god to be. Jesus christ the only well the only guide human hybrid at there ever will will was or ever will be but think about whether we need between humans and god.
Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"jerry springer" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"I mean when you start. Oh search in this. It's like something with zee on jerry springer not a bible. My where a genealogy which reminds reminds us all that. We're all flawed people. You remember when jerry springer show was daddy was popular. Somebody big old ball headed guy that stood up on the corner stage. He had to come out separate because it always ended with a big one. They wanted them to do right. They take a bunch of people that look. Unfortunately you live. You know down an area where a lot of stuff is happening. This is for the springer all that could never have it with them and try to get them to power. The it's it's something so. I'm but look a lot of these people you brought to the lord. And they break this genealogy cycle a lot of times that actually does something. Good i mean. That's why these these types of songs and ideas. I love that song. The blessing carry situation. Where the perfect one. Jesus committed no sin ever. It is worthy of note that his lineage. It wasn't that way but only when he arrived. Did you see the difference between him and all the rest of them to get in there. Well no there were a few differences though in how we got here which it said when he had the dream. It says the holy spirit in verse twenty. I mean this is quite a statement. Joseph son of david do not be afraid. This is the angel speaking to him in a in a dream. Take home as your why. Because what is conceived in her is from the holy spirit which i would have just thought what does that mean. I'm i'm reading it. I know it happen. But i'm still there. Were some kind of i don't know whether transfer of sperm or whatever but but if you made the human made human being if you made them you figure it out i think though i think when the holy spirit was hovering over the waters we mentioned when there's there's something about the spirit of god that is life by the way when he breathed if you could make the first person out of us you can definitely make a baby but i mean there's a similarity if you do a study in the bible about breathing and the holy spirit. There's something life giving. That's weird is just crest life. Here's my question in the midst of looking at how the birth of jesus came about which is what we're talking about. When you look at this. I i'm having to wrack my brain to to say a bunch of human beings sitting around under a tree. This far back all these genealogy and these people are sitting around here here's tax collector and he's going to expound a little bit on how jesus guys get came here and he's speaking so matter-of-factly the question i have is. How in the world days could you had a group of individuals this far back low tech world to come up with this story and the details at which are given your they have gotten together and and told this lie amid just think about it. Yeah well i would take up this story. Not only that is matthew when you read in the history books after this gave his life rather than deny. Jesus says you cry correct. Yeah so. I mean you know if it was just a big. Let's just come up with some story. Which is what the world says about this. They're like oh you people created this because you're weak people that need some kind of hope and a crutch or whatever we could even though you're a central person how you could dream but this story so i got another little known fact. This is fun fact dad. So two of the other women rahab which we mentioned she was a prostitute that saved the spies jeremiah and ruth who then was in the same lineage. After her you know who is a great woman you know reuss stories. You've got a book in the bible. Those two women were descendants of ammon and moab was doing. That's the to you. Remember a lot after the destruction when he slept with his daughters. Yeah and that produced two children and god said they were in a curse. People don't have anything to do with them because it's too great nice who great nations. But he said he told is don't have anything to do with the guess. Guess where these two women guess where their heritage was ammon and moab ruth was the mo- abide and rahab was so i mean once again is is so scandal ridden by from people that but i think the reason matthew did it is because the say anybody can make anybody can do this. I mean we're looking at the lineage. Of jesus and we're seeing but he also said please bursik you're saying there's nothing you can do if you come to jesus by pay f- you you you you can be on only in the other one we have i mentioned is bad sheba and obviously she. David had an affair with her and murdered her husband. Yeah and she wanted to be in the mother of salomon but again another terrible situation they get her in the lineage and yet there she does it does so co water on the people who come out and say you know. It's just a crutch volunteers as a crutch and other if you see these people's lives and eventually happen Looking at him and studying him and put it together. You like lord. This has to be true. That could you dream money. Also you go thank. He's the reason. I think he's going back. Fourteen generations by fourteen generation. This was god's plan and all throughout the generations you've got more sinful than others but all have sand so career eight times he does make a reference here about this is bigger than just a birth. Because you have the name of jesus which means you're the jewish joshua which means the lord saves and emmanuel emmanuel which is thick name is god is with us all of a sudden a n you have a human being who is pregnant by the holy spirit never been with a man which by the way call man. So i'm saying there's a. There's a the he's accentuate that the supernatural has has happened.
Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"jerry springer" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"Your prostate. Yep so i'm saying just her. Presence in this genealogy well you look every one of them so starts with tamar which she's a little known woman from back in genesis thirty eight and her male was. She was married to a jacob. Son now is was it. Jacob or judah left it up but she was married to his son and then the jacob What it says in virtually matthew the father of writers judas the son so tomorrow's married to the son and he dies and so the way. The rules weren't backing. She didn't have child yet. Did you marry you marry the brother. Yeah so she marries about a horrible rule. I don't worl-. I'm glad it's not around today. God put it in live with a nail that thing wrong legalistic bone in my body. I wanna you wanna follow allow. I got to marry who what that's my sample has a bit. He why all the guys lineup and it starts with the best man anything to him. You start down. The ladder won't do that. So the weather second brother dies instill no son. So there's only one left with jude against the idea that this guy here must be a black widow because all my sons are dying every time they get her so he does though the third he withholds the third side. He's like now and so she. She goes in dresses up like a prostitute and gets pregnant by him by dad and then comes back later and he says oh we gotta kill. She's pregnancy and married and she comes by and says oh by the way. Here's what you gave me your the dad. So i mean again scandalous. This show about this stuff happening. I don't know this back as name as he takes the worst situations you know. Moms mom's sister is my love or whatever his name he that every every show. You're talking about like dr phil or jerry springer. Yeah ringer jerry springer..
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"jerry springer" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"Thank god of all comfort felt. That's a great though so back to matthew one. Last time we introduced the genealogy which most people would find this fairly boring just a group of names and you know this one begat that when the old king james says begat remember seeing that you know we were kids growing up but it gives you the land. We talked a little bit last time the significance of it but one of the things. We didn't mention that. I wanted to mention before we moved on from. This is that. I think because matthew was sort of was an outcast and yet was included. I think that's why he list in this lineage. The names of these women which would have been very unusual to do that in the lineage of jewish history because they only looked at it from the male. How many women are in here. So there's five or you started with mary. We start with mary. She's at the end of it. And and joseph but this is joseph's but he mentions or he says the husband of mary. I mean why would even mention her salem saying here's what what what is the reason i believe the bible verse sixteen. This is how the he talked about. All this how. Jesus got here. This is he's talking about how jesus got here so matter-of-factly in other words This is how the birth of jesus christ came about well. He he doesn't say now. Look this is a while story. Because what i'm thinking to say is going to blow the roof off the joint. He say. have you ever heard of it now. None of that. he's inside came about. He's at a ray was pledged to be married to joseph but before they came together no sex. She was found to be with child through the holy spirit. Yeah makes sense. That's just to get him here. Matthew is speaking as if there's no doubt here how he got here this little girl. Mary was down there you know and she found to be pregnant and jovan. Whoa what's the deal. And he goes through the day. Oh you see why though he chose joseph name real quick. 'cause i mean who. What man would have responded this way right. Yeah to me is incredible black honey. You're what she's yeah but he but he was a gentleman about and that he was like 'cause you're assuming this is before the dream your li- okay. Your girlfriend is pregnant. but in you haven't slept weather. I would say that this is over at this point again to your point. Last time we were talking about we. We know how this happened because we read about the supernatural too but in the moment this was scandalous. Nobody believes analyst outta here hong because jay is looking at it as most teams would read something. Nasa wait a minute but he's presenting it like this is how it came about because it did well. I believe this is how it came about. But i'm just saying i see why god chose this couple because when it said he's righteous didn't it say that somewhere about joseph says. I think it does he. He was Where is that where we hear here. John's of her mad they wanna was a righteous man. Won't to expose her. Yeah that's what it says that he was a righteous man and didn't want to expose her to public disgrace. He had in mind to divorce her quietly so he concluded what i would concluded that his girlfriend was messing around on. But even that i mean just think how many guys out there in the world. Now when this happens would have not responded this way. I mean he was still better parson for saying you know what evidently you haven't been faithful to me but instead of going and raila known and going through the street saying this woman's at tramp and all i'm just gonna divorce her quietly and i'm not gonna exposure to public disgrace and let me mention that. Because i got somebody will tell somebody will ask about it. We'll have. I thought they weren't married how they divorced. But the way the jewish law worked at this time when you're betrothed which is sort of light we would say engaged but it's way more like a year thank right. It's a legal binding like in other words. They're not sleeping together not consummated the marriage. But they're married by legal means and so they're setting up. He's building the house. And you know they had this betrothal process so this happens during that process. But you're righteous he. He still was showed. He was a good man in the sense that he didn't believe her. And who could well would that. Why don't hell right. But he made a. It's like when people say your life is ten percent. What happens in ninety percent of how you respond to it. He took the godly righteous approach throughout the whole situation. I mean this is horrible. I would not have been that kind of my. Because because a jealousy or rage or just whatever. If this happens your portrayal you've been betrayed. And he's like 'cause you gotta marry. He had had the dream now. Wants the dream happened in an angel. Explains this to. Oh oh what. He finally came to realize was his hebrews in the what the hall of famers whatever but math on the bother of jacob. Thank the father of joe's of verse. Thirty berkshire sixteen and jacob the power of joe's so without him knowing this was just preordained. Yeah and at your. It's your time joe's that's right. Because he was in the lineage of david that's my and and so he he had to have. This is all worked out in advance. Exactly but i had a choice to react the right way. I think you gotta remember last time. We thought that matthew. Ben would you call him a bean counter he analytical mind because tax so i think he purposely put in these details because he's detail oriented but he also threw in rahab up there and in verse five which.
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"jerry springer" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"If you get an e. Coli in your bladder. You might wanna take matter for that because that argue with them on. That didn't take home. All take a leak on crawling. Dog to the commode. I'm not okay. i'm all i said. No antibiotics for me but he said oh you'll be back. He told him his case it. You'll be back anywhere. He told me later. I've said was that your first antibiotics in a long time to well. Yeah maybe back through the. I didn't want people to follow your advice. Dad say i'm seventy five aches and pains. And i'm just saying i told i. Get the pristine omega six mega sale. I take a little of that. So dad's told dr murphy who's who's who's our now our urologist. I told him that. I was not going to be a third generation. Not listen to what he said. Because paul was that way you were that way. And i have a pain threshold like to. But i said. I don't want get li- dad was on all fours and so i went in and got a check because i had some issues and they saw go to see him and he says will they say will dr. Murphy's doing surgery today. Do you mind seeing his physician's assistant. I said well. No that's fine by mail. Air what i go in. And they said okay. Ashley will be in the cnn at ashley so the pa is a woman which you know the you go into see this type of doctor. It's kind of embarrassing. You know because you're having to just you know no dignity and so you know she has to do the the thing the test the check and she's ready to do this. I said nope. I mean did. Would you rather wait and come back with. I said no. I said we're going to do it because as i'm here but you asked me. Do i wanna do this. No this is the twenty seven year old woman. And you're having to bear all this not exactly in put you in the best position but you'll be there in a little bit. It's coming okay. I stay it's just genetics. Maybe won't get him is just me. Yeah one can dream not worried about it. let's talk let's move from prostate matthew. We'd started last podcast talking about matthew in kinda describing him as the author and by the way and as the doctor by the way i mean that the calling of matthew he made that statement is not that healthy. You know. i didn't think about that. What a great segue as your segues. Well about it. Because i'm like. Jesus did a lot of healing. I mean he. He did that to ultimately. Okay get your checkups do healthy things. But ultimately we have an intimate relationship with the being who is able to control all that which you know not really. That's why i say i'm not something. I'm going to stress out. We didn't get into that when you read that verse last time. But you're right. We would never go to the doctor if we weren't sick. Who would want to do that. Sitting away room. And i think that underlying principle of war they got started is one of the key principles in in following. Jesus if you ever think you're good enough to do this fear puffed up with your righteous acts or whatever your position is or your theology. You don't want to ever be in situation where you really don't see the need for jesus which is two dads boring last time as while at times people with wealth and you know a lot of things this for power. They don't feel they need. They don't need. God they are got very rarely you find in the bible reading. Second corinthians chapter one verse three praise be to the god and father lord. Jesus christ the father of compassion and the god of all comfort who comforts us twice and all our troubles so that we can comfort those. That's three In any trouble with the comfort we ourselves. That's four from god just as the sufferings across flow over into our lives so also through christ our comfort six if we are distressed. It's for your comfort seven. We are comforted. it is for your comfort which produces india patient endurance for the same sufferings. We're going to help us farm because we know that just That for you is firm because we know that just as you share our sufferings so also you share in our comfort in the in the in the stretch of of seven verses. Comfort is mentioned nine times which i know of no other place in the bible. Something is that redundantly say it. It's amazing so i take that to heart and say you know what i'll put my trust and the god of comfort yup which we talk about everything we get from jesus but very rarely do. We made some the pack like jay said. I came from the sick but the part of the healthy not healthy but the car sick. And if you look at that tex right there you say man. That's that's quite private opening statement. Two corinthians well now is used that text. When i'm doing funerals because yeah that's a time. Smith told me that he said you know out your your role when you're asked to speak at someone's funeral you know. Your first and foremost role is to bring comfort because these people have awesome when they love. And even if you're a christian is still hurts to lose the money because you you have a little separation and that always stuck with me. So i always that this tax really spoke to me in that because that's a moment where you bring comfort is godly comfort. I would say america and our people countrywide one of the things that one of the most oft Miss things is those those few versus out there because a. There ain't antsy about this and they're upset about that and then they moved nervous and they. They're depressed and they take a medicine and they're trying everything to get some comfort out alive and the key to it. Become the jesus him. He's the god of comfort so we get a lot of can get a lot of notes from fox news. Like i need to talk to y'all because my life is so bad in understand what they're saying because they listen to us own here and we're talking about jesus but you don't need us you need. Jesus conversation with us all. We're going to point you to jesus which is what we do on the pocket on the list of said what's the difference between joy and happiness and we just basically said not much any not much difference but but they forget is to have joy and and to be happy..
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"jerry springer" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"Said so may right here. I've got that number one on the list. The most frustrating things can happen to you in life is a liam swallow especially in the wintertime. It hurt so bad it makes you angry. I get mad. I it's is just get down and cover up because we're going through now we're now. I wear shades at all times and tickets wearing protective stuff. Your whole lap now that well. It's funny 'cause granny was you know. She was never a nurse but she wasn where she could do anything. She was licensed nurse. It was a male male deal mail order. She was a mail order. Nurse order nurse. What does that mean. She did oliver schooling via the mail. They'd send it to you. Know computers in them. They mail they send mail her questions on this topic and you know blood whatever for nerve but she finally got a degree. A nursing degree initially worked for dr but because it was kinda back in the day when the doctor was at his house like yeah right like it was just kind of is glimpse time house so just clinic right. But you'd go in there but it was dr party one dollar per visit walk in. They say okay. You need about eight or ten states mayor. Tell them my momma always up so they'd so yup you know and and and it costs a dollar momma would say how much dot party and he said about a buck so she'd get outta dollar and give it to walk out. The door was seventeen hundred now. The eighteen fifty three or something. We'll you go in house. I was born at a clinic. In clint parties clinton but i was the first generation dollar that were born and clinics. The ones like jimmy. Frydman the older boys. They just midwife somebody to come up ken folks you know. Oh yeah time fair to have that baby. So they'd go back there and here comes the baby but but i was the first generation. Let's at least take him to clinic and granular like a midwife. So i just got an email africa i tell you. I don't know why. I thought about it just now but The guy that used to be the preacher. When our growing up. Ken cochran he just passed away a few months ago but he was over one hundred years one hundred and one. Yeah one oh one you kill a deer this past fall and he was over one hundred years. Wow seal dear. that's amazing. If was a big hunter but they would come over and eat right. I always heard the story. He get the first he got the preacher meet right. He first pick so. I'm coming to get another chicken apart. And that his son over in shreveport his son is over motor. But i don't know what made me think about that. In the yep the time he had a son about my. Yeah yeah gimme gimme gimme. He's an elderly was good strong brother. Kenny cancun bush. Yeah but he made it a long time. One hundred one. That's pretty amazing. We all are all getting older. I have no calm. I'm still thinking about how this dog visit costs. A dollar trust me. Inflation has happened. He was doing it for the money. Oh well you left that part out. I thought it costs a dollar if you look at the care in the nineteen fifties ninety percent of the things that people are being treated for now via. They've gone nuts on antibiotics back in those days. You didn't go up and say i got one here. This coughing giving some antibiotics. You took them up there if you said well. They fixed the died. Let's take him and the doctor look at him. But but i never heard of anything over a dollar. They charge a dollar bit. There was no health insurance in healthy. No real of any kind was ruined. Because i'm telling that doesn't support. Your thesis is the average life expectancy now is longer than it was back. It seemed to me that the older people were getting eighty five nine hundred ninety a lot of now but i'm saying people live longer. Now that's what they say. But then what happens. You have something you didn't ginsu about it. I asked be doctors in the last twenty years. I said be honest. I mean are they. Do y'all dispense too. Many antibiotics are my dreaming. They said we dispense too. Many doctors themselves will will tell you. They been as because not so. Here's the real problems. There is such a bang is having a better immune system. If you don't rely on antibiotics i am. I've just seen it you. Can you call if you got to okay. You go the doctor it in a. He'll say you'll feel better if few days so it takes about a week to get over it if you do nothing. Stay at home. Whatever you get you rest. It'll be about seven days. It's the same length of time for whatever you got a great whether you go to a doctor or not. And that's the way it used to be l. day. Bowman clarification feel you. Don't use antibiotics. You don't use deadening help me out here. You don't do anything wrong. Is it gonna take to feel this two years ago working on the and as how long does it take for you to get done with. He said coupla minutes. I said i can stand anything for a couple of minutes. Do what you gotta jacket the needle out of my mouth. You're the only human. I believe on record that had a urinalysis done with no deadening with no no with not being put under a what was the guy said. It'd be a lot quicker. Just go right up. The pipe is the way. I explain to me. They're a little more in detail will explain in detail. I said the biggest that. How big is that device. The camera i big big do big now. He said it's a small cameo. But if you want to watch it the you don't you don't you don't have to be put to sleep. I wanna watch. I want to see what's up into so tell the truth bears your yours your Glan- go south isn't the prostate prostate. Said you'd never gonna get prostate cancer. Mr how could you say that he said because there's no lesions on your prostate look at that and i'm looking at a piece of meat to me. But he went up in my bladder. He looked around. You know tell the truth. Scale of one to ten. How bad it hurt. Virtually no pain uncomfortable comfortable. You got something sticking and right up the pack of that. It was a boy. This is good but it was a painful. So it's interesting.
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"jerry springer" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"Him unashamed what about you. So dad we. We haven't as you normally has some ailments different things that have happened to you but we haven't heard any new. I've had any recent yeah. I'm sitting here yesterday. Morning after the podcast in my favorite chair and taking a breather from eight with youtube so right below my kneecap notice a a a kind of a searing pain from time to time over the last month so called look down at a put my bitter leg by look down out said what is that that keeps like a knife sticking in me. Well i looked. And i saw. I saw rob lowe. Monique airbus saw little round round piece of skin. I thought what is that round piece of olin cap popped up little not red not not now that assist. Yeah so. I looked at that. And i said well it's kind of looks like a small bauer keno said live just cleared. The top of this thing reached. I'm a fingernail pulled. In and out came the top of the little volcano there. Right blow by kneecap. Well when i when that piece was removed. I looked in there and i saw something dark black dark black down in that whole kind of was moving sitting there so i thought oh restore keep a bottle alcohol within arm's fifteen year alcohol right here revenue rubber narcan germ killer. So i thought you take shot. The winds a lot of gunsmith sip recall. Whatever they call it alcohol. So i look. I took both my fingers. Put a little dab alcohol at burn a little too both my fingers and are squeezed on both sides. I said let's just see if there's something hung up in that. So when i squeeze out jumped a quarter of an age long born at least under still there was it was still in there but it was about a quarter inch showing so good night ordering down there and grab the top of that. Tho- on pulled it out. I said i cannot believe been carrying this stone around. I don't know win. When i got it but that thing just hit and broke off and healed. It's over but you. The phone was still there. So that's pressed on both sides it popped up. i'll pull it out of the trash can as his band. No one of that thing was dropped. The old dawn over in in a polack hall on it rock on so unlike unlike the apostle paul in saint corinthians twelve the thorn in your flesh you say real fond that i got it out. That's not. I don't know whether he had a little phone. Prayed three times for the lord to remove his thorn in the flesh. But jesus said nope when you when you walk through what. I walked through on on on a steady basis. There's a lot of as you know. I mean you know locus don't want trees and just big thorn bush's i mean how trees with may house got dawns on the lean. All is leeann. There's thorns everywhere. You walk montage about that. Time i jumped. So that's one of a by the way that's one of hundreds that i've removed from my body from time to time used to in the old days you know walking ten miles and you know just going twenty two years old i made. I can remember mom when you're really young. Enjoys piloted remember. Remember this at night after you squirrel hunted. She would put a big light down there on your feet. you remember. And then she would. Just she had tweezers in a needle the up and she was pulling out of your feet for like an hour out of the body of faster up like that one did eventually come down because this it is painful. It was a gory creepy story. I thought it was gonna be some kind of alien animal object. But i thought it was something that stuff before a went to get a frog and i was gonna job but when i went i mid flight. There was a snake on the backside of the frog. So i dislike veered left because i didn't know if it was poison in that moment. Yeah in the moment but what. I hit the bank our road and there was one of those old trees with the blue and red thorn in thorn. Went behind my ear and it. But it was actually. It made me nauseated. And i wasn't sure worst toxic and by a couple of months to get over it i mean the whole side my head's wola what like it was very golfing just puncture you puncture. The tip broke off. When i got the tip-out when the recovery i mean it swallow have side of my head because i still had the thorn in there but i didn't know if those things were toxic or what because it was a weird experience just a foreign object inside the scanner. You know i remember we plan. Domino's then grant impose dad came in. He'd been some place and you said you said ma i got. I got something in my eye right in the corner and need you to you. Know pull it out of their stick or some in. So as i remember there. Was that little bathroom right there off the main room. You're looking in the mirror and you could see it was a black speck right in the end of the nfl in the corner of your eye. And she got in there with a pair of tweezers and she started coming out. It's making mean look. That thing was over an inch long. Was she started coming out. Remember all of us are looking and are is. My mama's words were good grief. That's you never wanna hear that out of the way. By the way the next morning i got up a mob bloodshot like just bloodshot and it took a couple of weeks that he left swatted me. The boat pushed the liam liam sweaty man the pace when blind mutasa easy and it broke off and i just turned around and went straight to the house. I said so may right here. I've got that number one on the list. The most frustrating things can happen to you in life is a liam swallow especially in the wintertime. It hurt.
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"Phil donahue oprah. That was as far as it went geraldo. And if you want a crazy side then you were like morton downey junior. You know what i'm saying but that was more downey junior didn't come onto like eleven o'clock show is. That's if everybody has seen the clip of al sharpton getting punched in the face by Oh what's that brother's name roy. Roy roy innis. I never seen that. It's that's from the morton downey junior show. That showed didn't come onto like ten o'clock at night. So back in the day the salacious Garbage media that came on at nighttime wasn't even allowed to watch that shit. You know what i'm saying to whereas today it's on at one o'clock right back in the day installations as it got was like watching the people's court that was that was raggedy is a guy to really turn during that really remember that big wave of talk shows. Yeah mauri jerry springer lake and junior jenny jones and a few others came some went. I remember yeah. I remember being in high school. They bring it in a tv in the lunchroom and people were watching jerry springer. We just went out in high school. We used to play jerry springer in class. Even joking we do. We do know fucking work. People just put 'em characters jerry springer and we play in the qc weren't participating which were audience were laughing and that was the that was the that was there at that was entertainment in like gossipy their way into quote unquote hip hop culture. The difference between then and now too because the internet. It's mixed together like you knew you. Were watching ricky lake or jimmy. John's epistles. It wasn't like watching oprah where you might get actually information or is literally just would have pretty decent story on her show like it'll be some it was always some serious even if it was fun stuff. It wasn't it was very white house by friendly. Yes absolutely affluent middle-class housewife. But i think now because people don't understand what they're looking at and it's all bleed together like i'll give you a perfect example. Look at the news. Even newspapers people that papers that we've respected new york times. La times chicago tribune. All they do the weird gossipy headlines beatty tweaks right no they ridiculous headlines and when you click it bullshit right. So that's become such a mixed. It's become so blends together. People don't know what's real and what's not you get what i'm saying like i don't don't know these people like celebrities. They think because we interact with them on social media and we have more interaction with them than we ever have before with lever. Yeah don't get me wrong. Celebrity fanfare has been around literally forever like always existed but with the internet. You now you think you have more access to them. The thing is what you think you have access to is literally curated. They care rate. Was that moneybags. Yo gave his girlfriend a bentley or some shit for her curated curated. You know last night. We don't even know if you paid for that. That a bit we gave it to him. He could be had for all. We know that's what i was gonna say. Because i don't think a lot of people understand is but a lot of car companies do that a lot of dealerships..
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"jerry springer" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"Should like yelling. Your mother-in-law no please don't do that for every august. Depends on the institution to like. Have a good relationship with my in laws and like it's easy because they're so nice to me and i love them But like i'm just trying to imagine a situation where like i didn't love them like i still would be like. It is priority for me so much anxiety when to not get along with people and and if it was my partner's parents i would just be awful for me so just try to try to make your partner say all of the things that they might get annoyed at because they'll forgive your partner because it third son or their daughter. Yeah don't don't yell. Don't yell at them. Don't don't yell them. Unless they're like really really awful like jerry springer awful but and like we've had people right in about like in laws that are like racist or sexist or like say things that really crossed the line where you kind of need to stand up for yourself or they if they're putting down your partner in front of you like something where you're just like. Oh these people are shitty people They then then yeah go for it for them or call them out on their Call them out on their misguided lately. Something that has been nice though is like when i've been arguing with my mom or ian arguing with his mom We've actually been like kind of stepping in and trying to mediate and be like a com- third party voice. I love his actually been great. It makes them like more. Will you like basically. Don't take like you're like. I hear what you're saying but this is what this person say at like air now. It's nice having somebody who's like close enough to argue in front of but also like removed enough that they're going to like still be polite nixed on that for me. He's been the mediator. He's good at that yes. I don't dare. I just stay out of everything. When you have your own crazy parent. It is nice having your significant other. Help you out there We hope that that is helpful. Thank you for those thoughtful questions If you have listener questions it really is too late. Because of probably already recorded our last episode I'm not gonna cry but send questions anyway because who knows who knows why you know. That's what i'm saying but if something happens where we haven't recorded yet and we need a question. Oh no we'll have recorded we'll have recorded. I think you never know. Okay okay waste your time and right in our province. If you write in i will answer. You even get on the show because that would be that'd be really fucked like poor your pour your heart out but We'll probably ignore it. No okay this week. We will write back to everybody. Yes all right next up. We're going to talk about what's in the news right. Angela what have you been reading this week. So according to tech crunch there is a new dating app out there. Just what we need. I'm so excited. I back when we at the height of this is why you're single every week. There is a new dating app that we reported on and most of them don't exist anymore. I know the best most of them. But you never know which one's going to break through. It's true. I made like getting a lot of money so it looks like there's some financial support behind it. At least yeah. I would say right now. The big three are like tinder hinge in bumble. Those are the ones that i hear people using the most but So this new one is called thursday today said thursday snags three point five million for dating app. That's live only once a week. That's their schtick because every dating at needs a stick. I liked that what they're trying to get at is what we've done full episodes on dating fatigue or dating right and so they're basically saying you know people have dating app fatigue. You feel like you always need to be like flipping through and so they're saying you know. Forget that comes out once a week. But i remember. I can't remember which dating app it was. There was one that kind of did a similar thing. I think it was plenty of fish. Maybe they like were they limited number. You like five four. They limited the number of matches that you can have in a day. Then i they were like oh you can pay to get more matches and then i think they just went to like the standard model that everyone else does. But i don't know So that's thursday. They say it's only live one day per week thursdays a good day. I'm assuming day there live because you're like. What do you like puts the pressure on you. Like what are you doing tomorrow. What are you doing this weekend. You know exactly. Yeah and thursday night is actually a good date night. That's the date night. The we do they can. Yeah we have We have somebody that comes. Watches the kiddos every thursday night. So we issues on the calendar so even overtired. It's just we have a date night. It's good for the good for the relationship. I love love thursday day for someone. Like i've gotten to know better. I'll give them my friday or my saturday but thursday was always good for like a first date because it was like not not prime time but like close enough to the weekend that it had a fun vibe and if you like got kind of you know stayed out late and you're tired you're like whatever it's just one more workday exactly exactly so with this app you can start using it at like one. Am on thursday All matches and conversations vanish at midnight. I don't that wouldn't give me a lot of anxiety the conversations vanish. They're gonna change that garin. I'm your because people are gonna be like their phones full of screen shots like now so users are pushed to act quickly and be a bit spontaneous if they want to get a date that night. profiles are basic users can upload five photos either from social media or their camera roll and then share some top line information about themselves so i mean i have heard people like having trouble getting the conversation from the app to like their phone for texting so i guess this would solve that problem like. Yeah because there's some urgency. But i think more likely. Yeah you're just gonna wind up losing a promising conversation and getting upset Provide for sure. That'd be shadowing if you're interested using thursday though they say for now it's only available in.
"jerry springer" Discussed on 600 WREC
"This don't think just snuck up on me like I couldn't believe And I think this is the hypnotic power of our screen. I had a problem with it. I felt like there was a need for a book because, you know, I'm an insider, and I still felt that the the power of these screens have and their baby I have to tell you Honestly, I feel it's like my wife talking about needing to lose weight, and she's the most fit person I know. If you're wasted time was on your wasted screen. Time was playing words with friends, which is challenging your mind to call up, you know, better vocabulary. I mean, I'm talking about watching stupid TV shows and reading tweets, And that's not the worst screen time you could use his playing words with friends. You know, it's not. There's plenty, You know, There's plenty of vast based land as you quoted earlier out there, you know, I mean, thank God Jerry Springer's not on anymore, but I mean, there's still plenty of places that you can put your eyes and put your attention that they're just gonna basically waste your life away. And you'll come to the India life and it's like you know what? What was I doing? Why did I spend all those times so mindlessly? It was the chairman of the FCC. I forget his name, Newton or Newman. You know, you know. Is that it? Minute. Yeah, No. Yeah. Newton Minnow Newman. What was it? Who actually said that it's interesting because had he not been FCC chairman. You wonder if he would have had the perspective. But when you start looking at the data, it's interesting. I wonder how many people are driving right now. And they're hearing us talking about this. The book is drowning in screen time. A lifeline for adults, parents, teachers and ministers who want to reclaim their real lives. And they go. Oh, yeah, yeah, that's that's a problem for me, but it wasn't there. It was not top of mind. Before we started talking about it, but it is so relevant to life once you start hearing it and going actually. I think I think I count in that as well. David Moreau come back and talk to us. He's also the author of Why Men Hate Going to Church..
"jerry springer" Discussed on KTRH
"This don't think just snuck up on me like I couldn't believe And I think this is the hypnotic power of our screen. I had a problem with it. I felt like there was a need for a book because, you know, I'm an insider, and I still felt that the the power of these screens have and there, David, I have to tell you Honestly, I feel it's like my wife talking about needing the lose weight, and she's the most fit person I know. If you're wasted time was on your wasted screen. Time was playing words with friends, which is challenging your mind to call up, you know, better vocabulary. I mean, I'm talking about watching stupid TV shows and reading tweets, And that's not the worst screen time you could use his playing words with friends. You know, it's not. There's plenty, You know, There's plenty of vast based land as you quoted earlier out there, you know, I mean, thank God Jerry Springer's not on anymore, but I mean, there's still plenty of places that you can put your eyes and put your attention that they're just gonna basically waste your life away. And you'll come to the India life and it's like you know what? What was I doing? Why did I spend all those times so mindlessly? It was the chairman of the FCC. I forget his name, Newton or Newman. You know, you know. Is that it? You know what? Yeah, No. Yeah. Newton Minnow Lidner Newman. What was it? Who actually said that it's interesting because had he not been FCC chairman. You wonder if he would have had the perspective. But when you start looking at the data, it's interesting. I wonder how many people are driving right now. And they're hearing us talking about this. The book is drowning in screen time. A lifeline for adults, parents, teachers and ministers who want to reclaim their real lives. And they go. Oh, yeah, yeah, that's that's a problem for me, but it wasn't there. It was not top of mind. Before we started talking about it, but it is so relevant to life once you start hearing it and going actually. I think I think I count in that as well. David Moreau come back and talk to us. He's also the author of Why Men Hate Going to Church..
The Mock 'N Rob Show
Supreme Court Strikes Down New York COVID Restrictions
"The new Supreme Court has spoken, and it is a much different message as it relates to Covad restrictions from the government. 93 w A. B C. It's the Mark and Rob. Show him Rob Mok is out Abdul in for Mok. And obviously, this came down late on Wednesday. With yesterday being Thanksgiving. We didn't get a chance to get to it. But the Supreme Court essentially striking down the order from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, putting a limit on how many people could attend certain religious services again simplifying a very complex issue, but basically saying Hey, If you say liquor stores and bike shops can have whatever. Then you can't say religious institutions can't have a two almost soon. You say they got it wrong. Um, not necessarily. I think they got it right. But it was the question Woz. Um Did the rule really apply anymore? Because the mayor of New York City had sort of lift exits. The Governor York had sort of color coded like from orange thread in the synagogue to church. We're back in the orange category. Not the red category. So the question was. Is this really an issue at all? But what this gets, too? And it's going to sound really where I got to get in the weeds for just a little bit Sure, because we should point out the people hearing your voice. You are a man of all you are an attorney license in two states, which means we gotta start paying my annual to send to stop it. It's gonna cost about 350 bucks. There is this issue was called muteness and rightness. Muteness basically means that the issues over and the court doesn't have to deal. With it right. This means the issue isn't ready yet for the court to deal with, And so what? I'm thinking what the Supreme Court did Well said, Hey, technically, the issue is moot in the sense that no. They change the color code. This game and all charges. You got to go back to 50%. But they said this could come back up again. And so we want to make sure that the issue is is sort of settled, at least for right now, and that's why I think that's I think that's why they did what they did because you can't Treat religious institutions differently unless you've got a really, really good reason to do it. It's like it's got. Let's just all the strict scrutiny analysis and I'm like really delighted, said It's truly with the girdle on which is what he said. It's like No, that's that's not it. It's no, that's not it. Um In a nutshell. You you have a situation where I don't see why. I just couldn't remember to everybody the same, which is like a 15% capacity across the board. 25% capacity across the board. You gotta social distance and that'll that'll take care of it. But now we got the mayor. The Governor York City say the courts rule doesn't matter because we're no longer in that red So we're now in the Orange zone. But still, the court could say, Hey, this will come back. We just want to make sure that we know exactly what's going on. Because, well, well, I do agree with with in principle with the theory that hang in the Constitution doesn't stop for pandemic. You still have to You're still you're still in the pandemic. I have so many legal questions off of this. And if you are really ever you see the read these articles and said, But why did you this This is this is writing Abdul's wheelhouse. So the first question I have is when a ruling like this comes down because we've seen people like in the state of Indiana be very upset that the governor and in the early days of the pandemic said Well, religious liquor stores can stay open. But these places have to close and go into a liquor store. But you can't go in here. Does this apply across the country now? Does everybody have to look at this and go? Okay. This is the new law like how do we snow? Because this we're basically dealing with emergency orders, so the emergency order only applies to the emergency. The order. You need actual case X again up to the Supreme Court. So what does that mean? Cause I would look at this and say this is a This is a case. So what? No, it's no. It's Zen emergency hearing. Um For lack of a better term kinda figure how to explain this in like 10, seconds or less. Since keeping relatively simple in a nutshell, The court will hear cases like you know. Plessy vs Ferguson served Kendall versus shabbas or something like that has gone through the district Court, the appellate court and then to the Supreme Court. Then the court will also hear these sort of emergency orders, which is Hey, our rights are being violated. We need to know a quick opinion. Next. Why Z, which which gets to need to where I was going to go? Which is? How does the court decide? I was gonna ask you that question. This seems like it came very quickly versus these cases that sometimes you know, we'll hear an argument in October and they don't rule until June. Or you give it I say that it takes forever to go to go through. These sort of things are for those specific issues. So like Trump may appeal Some ruling related to the election, and that would be just for that specific thing. It wouldn't have some overarching. Apparently it was in the emergency order category, for example. Hey, we need to throw these ballots out right now. Because December 14th, the Electoral college is going to do X Y Z so the court will now the court can hear things on an expedited basis. I'II Bush versus Gore. Which, interestingly, which, by the way only applies to Bush versus Gore. Well, so let's let's let's branch off that rabble by the whites, The mark and Rob Show Mark is out, Rob here of duels in for Mark, We're talking a little bit about this. Ruling by the Supreme Court. Limiting of the governor of New York's ability to restrict religious activities were trying to from a legal perspective sort through what that means. One of the fascinating things for me reading about this is how Gorsuch was sparring with Roberts in their legal written opinions now wouldn't Jerry Springer they weren't yelling at each other on stage, but the different articles I was reading, say, said, this is pretty intense for supreme for two Supreme Court justices. This is basically their version of sniping at each other is that is that unusual for judges? It is not uncommon for judges to take little pot shots at each other. Supreme Court has done it even on that level on that level yet because they're all so they're still human beings. But you know this because I want to lead us to another look, they clearly they are brilliant whether you agree with their their judicial philosophy or not there. They're brilliant legal people, So they know they're smarter than everyone else, right? I mean, that comes off a lot of times when you hear them question the people at the court, But this this is unusual for them for one, the leaders to take shot and another elitist and it is in the sense that you have both know too conservative judges what may be a bit more ideological conservative than the other. But it is not uncommon for judges, too. Occasionally taking taking ticket but sort of a backhanded compliment to each other. So to speak, Okay? I did
WTOP 24 Hour News
Washington, DC-area voters react to 2020 presidential debate
"To last night's brawl about debate. Double DT Opie's continuing coverage campaign 2020. We asked you what you got out of a debate that appeared more like a street fight. There was little to no decorum. I was very disappointed in last night's debate. Voters like Tina from Montross, Virginia, called us on the W. T O P talk back line to say they weren't happy with either side. I honestly feel that it wasn't a debate, but that of a debacle. I just pray that both of these candidates can please get themselves together. Before the next debate, Dan Shapiro called from Northeast D. C. Basically, that was the base know something you see on Jerry Springer or more opponents Reality show, he says. Nobody won. And the biggest loser of the night was the American public. Nick in Delhi. W. T. O P News
Top 5 Films of 2020 (So Far) / Inception (Nolan
"Welcome to film spotting another week another delay Josh for ten at the latest from Christopher Nolan that film now scheduled for an August twelfth release. It means I guess we can space out these final. Few films are Nolan. A little bit more. Yeah, I suppose it gives us that, but still sad news I mean obviously for both of us for most people one of the most anticipated movies of the year just to keep see it getting pushed back. Yeah, and you have to wonder whether or not August twelfth is realistic with Covid. Nineteen cases spiking all over the country. Nolan's inception, which celebrates its tenth anniversary. This year is as of this recording Josh still scheduled to return to theaters, tenants original slot on July seventeenth. So you have Nolan doing basically what we did. When the pandemic he went to his archive for content, sure and we, we went back to movies. We've for the most part already talked about here on the show. These films do comprise Nolan retrospective what we're calling the Uber Review and it continues with the inception this week. Our podcast listeners. Listeners will hear some listener feedback from our recent Spielberg show, we did a forty fifth anniversary. Sacred Cow Review of jaws, and we power ranked the five decades. Spielberg's directing career just a few weeks ago, before taking a quick break, that was a fun show Josh. And surprisingly we only got a few angry emails about your daring to play Spielberg's nineties output in your last slot number five. Yeah, well sometimes when you're faced with the truth Adam, there's not much more you can say. Yeah I did have at four, so I'm not sure that I'm shielded from all that hatred, either we will get to all that later in the show, but first adamant. I have seen a fair number of new releases this year. Just you know at Home Hey Adam and Josh. This is your former production assistant. Andy Mitchell with a recommendation for your best film of two thousand so far. That film is Sam failures disclosure. Documentary about. Nothing less than the history of cinema and television through the Lens of the transgender community, it may look like a typical activists film, but it plays more like the story of film series that Markelle cousins did a few years ago weaves together clips. From from the silent era today with fascinating reactions from dozens of trans artists. I'm telling you I did not expect to come away from this. Thinking a daytime talk show like Jerry. Springer might have actually been helpful in some way, so check it out. It's streaming now on net flicks. I, hope you give it a watch. Thanks for the show here's hoping for a better back half of twenty twenty, always nice to hear from our former PA Andy Mitchell and a great recommendation there. I know we've both been rushing over the past week to fit in some movies that we hadn't caught up with yet this year. I did make time for disclosure after Andy's recommendation and even though it didn't. Didn't make my top five. I'm with Andy highly recommend the film and he mentioned it almost playing more like a story of film series. I think that's what's so remarkable about the documentary is if Sam Feder had come to me for any advice on how to approach the subject matter. I might have said if you're GONNA. Try to tell the entire history of. transgender representation in cinema you probably either have to pick that lane or pick the lane of telling these more personal stories of the various performers and artists who are following in the wake of that, and who are now carving out their own identities on screen, and how far we've come talk about that evolution with maybe a little bit of that perspective. Josh of course needed, but it would divide. Divide the documentary too much, and somehow it is this absolutely thorough edifying look at the way. Cinema has typically represented transgender identity, but it also reveals these really amazing personal stories of these artists so definitely recommend disclosure available now Netflix and I suppose with that Josh Let's get into our countdown. It has certainly been an odd year, but we feel like we've seen enough movies and certainly more. Small movies, maybe in terms of the big Hollywood releases. We haven't been able to get out to the theater. That's for sure, but it's really been a boon for video on demand opportunities, and for seeing a lot of movies that would fit into our golden brick type of category I have three potential golden bricks among my top five, so movies made by new. New Directors or new to US director. Is that similar for you? Yeah I think that's what's had the most effect on my left. Compared to previous years, which is a good thing you know we. We do our best to give attention to these smaller films and this strange year without major theatrical releases. We've been able to do even more of that so i. I think this list would probably look a little different If there had been the usual theatrical release date, but I still feel really good about the films that I have on my list, and it's going to be a mix of some. We've talked about even reviewed together on the show Adam and a few a couple that we haven't
Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry
Trans People Taking Office: Brianna Titone Leads the Way
"So Brianna you and I met on twitter and I'm always taken by how tirelessly you work. It seems like you don't sleep do you sleep. You know. Seven seven hours. That's pretty good. That's better than me. How much you share on social media I also think is really important. So thank you for all you do. I really appreciate it. Let's start at the beginning. Can you give my listeners? A little bit more about your background. You grew up in New York right. Yeah from a small town in upstate. New York in the catskill area class of about one hundred and twenty five students in my high school. So everybody knew everybody's business all the time and for me. I was kind of someone who liked to not be the center of attention and I wanted to be Blend in because you know I was a secret cross dresser and that was something I could never let anybody know in a small town especially in the early nineties. Because that wasn't something anybody knew about or did so I how did you? How did you figure out that something that felt good for you cross dressing? It was at your moms close. Yeah yeah it's Kinda just experimentation and just felt right and I wanted to. I wanted to be a girl but I just. It just didn't nothing matched up with me on that and I didn't have any role models or anything I had the Phil Donahue show and a couple of episodes that I saw about transgender people and and it wasn't really put in a good light but it was very intriguing to me and that was one of the first things I remember Of of my childhood of of anything I really saw about that because I liked girls and the the guests on the show were transgender. Women who were married women right. I was like Oh this didn't make a whole lot of sense but it resonated with me. It's funny I wonder how many people watch the Phil Donahue show and got some sort of reflection of who they are from watching because he was great at bringing on guests that we had not always seen in society. Yeah I mean. I don't think he did it to be a freak show like the Jerry Springer ended up doing but the audience didn't really always take those people very friendly but it was intriguing to me and it was always an thought I had in my head but not having any other role models earning exposure to atten no internet. Of course the time I just kind of your parents supportive. They found out about me because I got careless. I was very good at hiding it and they found you. WanNa be found at all. I did not. I was mortified. I mean the sense of like your heart wanting to jump out of your chest of embarrassment and I think everyone can relate to that feeling of being found out about something. Yeah it was. It was a horrible feeling. And you know they were calm and you know they confronted me about it very nicely and they said you know. Would you like to see therapists? And can we talk about it? And I mean I would other choice I have so we did and I talked to therapists about it and from what I remember. The conversation was this. Oh this phase. Don't worry ban so once I walked in to the first therapist it was essentially him saying. We don't really have the tools to help you few months more pass and I walk into another therapist office and she also within the first minutes to said. That sounds like it's really tough thing. I actually don't have the skills to help you or the tool southfield. Six months later I find myself in another therapist's office this time. It was actually after a suicide and he also said this is a really tough thing but we don't have the tools to help you. At that point I tend to for a year so it was really kind of petrifying experience for me to to just sort of transitional loan and I often wonder what would happen if I walked into. That first step is office and said trends and they just said that's great. Let's let's see what we can do for you know. They didn't really know a lot about that kind of stuff back then and especially in a rural part of New York. The therapist really weren't gonNA know a lot about it. If I went to New York City and saw therapists. They're they might have some more information. Maybe better trained in that. Tell you at this point. I think I was probably thirteen. So Young. Yeah and just because of the sheer embarrassment. I just went outside and I burned everything that I had because I can't do this. What society was telling me that was wrong. Right and also you wanted to feel like you're fitting in in school and you wanted to sort of disappear as you said before and yet how you felt was other than yeah yeah and. I just thought that I just if I got rid of all the stuff and then have it anymore. Wouldn't want to be part of my life anymore and that didn't last long and I was ordering things on the Victoria's secret catalog and making sure I got the mail that day when it came very stealthy hiding it and I continued to hide it from them and they didn't know that I was still doing it until I really came out to them as a trans person in my thirties so I kept from them throughout college. How did you just not have these conversations with them? No I just avoid it and you hear a lot of other stories from people about losing their family and losing their friends when they come out and I didn't want that partisan I've ever had to do was to my family and friends. Her daughter is now thirteen. What does she do? She calls me doubt sometime. My daughter and I do a lot of hiking. Hiking history and football are among her favorite things. Westbrook can throw a football nearly sixty yards and throwdown with the guys at work. Is that competitive spirit? That's feeling her fight in the race for Washington. I've been at the lowest points in society and worked my way up to where I'm at now everything that I've been through gives me a certain edge. That representatives typically don't have. I I didn't feel connected with WHO I was when I was about five years old so if I just didn't tell anybody I wouldn't have to worry about it but eventually I came out to the world and I had no choice so I discount cross my fingers. I think about parenting and how my mom used to save his thing to me? Which was don't send in their blind meaning. If something's going on I need to hear from you not from someone else and I think that there's got to be a point of relief. That happens when you know that. Someone's hiding something because parents everything and then being able to discuss it in a way that even better for worse even if you decided at that point you know what. I can't be a part of this because the way in which you see me as destructive but to at least have the conversation right relieved. Yeah they were. They said well. We thought you stopped doing that. And I was like no. I just got better at hiding it because I didn't. I didn't WanNA bring up that. Probably hard that they felt too and we don't really talk about it even still. It's kind of just something we don't we don't go there anymore. We just kind of exist as people doing our own things and I was reading your bio and I was like this person has been through so much and you've taken so many different pads in your life so if those of you that don't know about Brianna shot was a volunteer firefighter. Yup What did you learn about that experience? So I joined up at Sixteen as a junior firefighter and junior firefighter basically rolls up the hoses and gets folds the tarps in gets helps out and I got to take a lot of classes at the county. All of the fire training classes that were available and then when I turned eighteen than I was actually able to put the wet stuff on the red stuff. That's what we used to say. Well and then you were. Also you studied geology physics and Electrical Engineering Double Major. I then I was just a physics major and then I went back to the department chairs to say. What else have you got to offer? An geology was great for me because incorporates all the sciences and I really like science so I ended up switching to geology major and then I decided that I had enough credits to get a physics degree too so I got the physics degree and the geology degree and a minor math. What did you study in Grad School? I I got a master's degree in geochemistry
News, Traffic and Weather
Jerry Springer, Stephen Helensburgh And Bill Nye discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"News for SpongeBob. Squarepants fans. Stephen Helensburgh who created the massively successful animated Nickelodeon series has died at age fifty seven no word on a cause of death. But Hillenbrand revealed last year that he'd been diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease LS, you can call him judge, Jerry. Now, that's the name of Jerry Springer's new show that will have him sitting behind a bench dusting off his law degree to dispense Justice L debut late next year. The only win maintain green book is an early favorite to win an Oscar not the film starring Mahershala Ali and Vigo Mortenson was just named the year's best by the national board of review. Hello and welcome to the big brother house. Julie Chen moon Dez is returning to host big brother celebrity edition when the show returns for season. Two January twenty first. Save the more and Bill Nye the
Toby and Chilli
Steve Carell Joins Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon in Morning Show Series for Apple
"It follows the news that he's no longer going to be making the Jerry Springer show. This new judge Jerry will be a lot like the other court shows like judge Judy and it will premiere next year and Mike the situation soaring, Tino is going to be home for the holidays. Now, the jersey shore star who was recently sentenced in his tax evasion. Case will be surrendering to with authorities January fifteenth. Okay. So it gives them time to marry his girlfriend November. I earlier this month the situation was sentenced to eight months behind bars in two years of supervised release. So that eight month clock begins January fifteenth man, he should have just gone jumped in and gotten it done that he could maybe have gone out for time spent time served good behavior. Maybe
Hammer and Nigel
Forbes Releases 2018 List of America's Richest Self-Made Women
"Got like twenty five horsepower plus we all know at least that one friend or maybe it's a family member that gets excited about tricking out the lawnmower that bad boy to go about fifty miles an hour you play with the governor a little bit you feed it a little gaffe next thing you know you've got something highly illegal we've all got that family member or friend don't we love zero turn mower for my yard that'd be awesome there's expensive man is this anything in grand forbes has come out with a list of america's richest self made women okay and the highest ranking celebrities are oprah whose worth is three point one billion dollars and kylie jenner whose worth is nine hundred million dollars highly jenner kylie jenner one of the bastard offspring of the kardashian family so kim's kim's sister kim kardashian sister is one of the richest how much is he worth nine hundred million dollars she did she has like line of cosmetics okay 'cause i already go hell yeah yeah the the term self made is gang thrown around loosely she didn't exactly pull herself up by your bootstraps did she i mean she kim you know that whole family has kim kardashian to thank for making that sex tape with ray j right only reason why anybody knows these people is the sex tape well there's also the fact that their former stepdad has now their step mom there's angle on the fact that their original dad helped get off oj so i mean even before the sex tape the family had money robert kardashian was a high rolling attorney in los angeles he was part of that crew that got oj off in the trial of the century i'm looking at this list of america's richest self made women judge judy is above beyond say really in terms of four hundred judge judy worth four hundred million beyond says only worth three hundred fifty five million hey man syndication is huge money i mean you look at what dr phil brings in jerry springer oprah kind of made a lot of her money on the syndication deal you start appearing in every single state at some point in the day on television you're bringing in a lot of cash who would you say on this forbes i'm looking at it right here this forbes again they've got a list of america's richest self made women who who would you say is i hear not i but in terms of dollar amount who's ahead madonna celine dion or taylor swift who do you think has the is worth the most madonna cellini taylor swift i would say celine dion because she has that endorsement deal.
Jason and Alexis
Victoria Beckham Says She Is 'Trying to Be the Best Wife' to David Beckham Amid Divorce Reports
"To be huge and so when there are like kind of little nuanced cultural references in movies it's just like the same as when you watch british stuff and sometimes you don't get the references because you're not british no having those types of things in movies means a smaller pay out because they're not going to be able to market it all over the world you know guys that's the trouble it's like a chain restaurant in every single place you know there there's a there's a place for that but we need some things that are just like little an independent yes okay what else do i have oh did you guys know this i feel like this is kind of been a hidden little news story that the jerry springer show is done done that they quit shooting episodes four thousand episodes in twenty seven seasons that they just kind of quietly stopped the show they didn't make a big announcement about it but producers were just talking to the associated press and saying that there is a possibility of more originals in the future but jerry springer is seventy four years old hired he's ready but he once said that he would never he doesn't like golf and he couldn't see himself retiring he just does it because it's so fun and then there the cw network bought i think the library yeah is it just if you ever want to feel better about your life watch this watch that says she's trying to be the best wife to david beckham this is amid these divorce reports this is coming from people magazine you know there have been lots of rumors about their marriage and on tuesday victoria beckham was at the forbes women's summit and she said i try really really hard i try hardest to be the best mother i'm trying to be the best wife and the best professional when i get home i try to put the phone down and spend time with the children and spend time with david nice how does that feel see that's what you're getting that's the reaction that i got from those words whoa i don't know i'm with you i'm totally with you so you can just let it sit there and hang out heather locklear exfiancee jack wagner from melrose place is talking about her hospitalization and he said listen we all have our struggles and our issues there's no one that can say we don't and he said heather's in my prayers love her and her family and i just hope that she can really dig in and turner life around he said i love her to death and i just pray for the best for her and her family they were together from two thousand seven till two thousand eleven so i'm sure that he has some experience with her you know the the issues that she's dealing with i echo those sentiments i feel very badly i really like her obviously because i'm a kid of the eighties i grew up with her on dynasty and rose please rose place it's really hooker sources are saying that her daughter was has been trying to get her to go to rehab but she refuses she'll stop drinking for a while but then she'll relapse and it's a very sad situation and listen anybody who has somebody like that and their family you know how goes it is a real challenge yes just very very hard the one of the actors in westworld jonathan tucker is going to donate all of his earnings from his projects on fox so really it's the latest to talk about fox news.
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After 4,000 episodes, a halt for Jerry Springer's show
"Of america's first news burden as a crisis of migrant children separated from their families provoked national outrage president trump said he was powerless to act through an executive order five days later he did just that we wanna keep family together at the same time we have to be strong on the border otherwise you'll have millions of people coming up not thousands like we have now you'll have millions of people flowing up and just overtaking the cut she would not let that happen the president's abrupt aboutface laid bare the administration's unpredicted unpredictable use of executive power as it presses forward with a crackdown on illegal immigration meanwhile a sweeping house gop immigration overhaul is teetering on the brink of collapse as lawmakers struggle to move past an issue that has become politically fraught house republican leaders are still pulling out the stops to bring reluctant republicans on board in hopes of resolving broader immigration issues the november midterm election texas congresswoman anna hernandez says she expects the administration zero tolerance policy to continue as the immigration debate drags on or not happy to see that these families will now be detained together in these family detention centers indefinitely we can't keep these children in detention centers we can't keep these people detained they're coming here seeking safety passage of an immigration bill was always a long shot the catholic church says it found an allegation of sexual abuse against a former archbishop of wa washington dc to be credible and the retired priest will stop practicing his ministry he is the highest ranking us catholic cleric ever to receive this penalty for alleged sexual abuse cardinal theodore mccarrick who is accused of sexually abusing then a teenager roughly forty five years ago when he was a priest to new york the jerry springer show is coming to an end not with a bang but a whimper after decades of raucous fights insults backstage tears and the occasional chair toss the jerry springer show is going away the distributor announced this week there will be no more new episodes of the show neither nbc universal nor springer are saying why during its heyday in the nineties springer dueled with oprah winfrey for daytime tv ratings what are we going to do within program show us stupid stupid exactly thanks jen twenty two minutes.
Jared and Katie in the morning
Chilling remains of a medieval woman who had a hole drilled into her skull reveal she 'gave birth' AFTER being buried
"Moving on in hollywood news speaking very very very rich stuff you all know elon musk he's the billionaire he said he wanted to explore so he created his own space program he's he's just go getter billionaire dude well he's got a seventy two year old father named errol in arrow was married to a woman for eighteen years and the woman had it a four year old daughter when she married this man okay so now he seventy two divorced from this woman they had some children together he just fathered a baby with his his stepdaughter he was married to a woman eighteen years and they had children together she already had a daughter from a previous marriage that daughter from a previous marriage had gone through a bad break up reconnected with her former stepfather who seventy two she's thirty and they started sleeping together so he raised her and is now sleeping with her and has a baby well then they kind of separate and she came back to them and said hey i'm pregnant and he said it ain't mine and she said he yet is for josh he has a ten month old child with his thirty year old stepdaughter he wants to set his dad to space by the way fear is with his father because this is his like this is his sister she he was her father figure that's nestle ovitz the jerry springer stuff i don't think there would be birth defects though no they're not related but it's still ray somebody it's like you.