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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
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
"jerry springer" Discussed on Talking Junk
"Duff. Fi quietest session. On, Jerry Springer. Don't. Tried to sue him saying that the show due pressure on him made him do all of that face feel those have. Is True those mother fuckers. I think the the was dropped. I'm not sure July twenty, eighteen, the springer show aired its last show after twenty seven seasons. But you can still catch your everywhere. Nosy TV. Airs. Right after Mori. Steve, they do it all. Alone. Was the second talk show host who to go to Cuba behind now. By CONAN O'Brien. He went for his podcast. I listen to podcasts yet. I'm pretty sure. He did an interesting piece from you're. Funding set-piece. Yes. Peace. Can Be so many things. Let's get it on. Let's get it on. Was a little more current September of two thousand nineteen. Jerry Springer debuted his new show. Judge Jerry. Jerry Judge Jerry. Stand. Degree, you can't stop. Can't stop. I didn't get it. I didn't get it. Oh. You can do the math he got to be. His. Four was born forty four and we use when winning twenty, twenty, twenty, seven. Fifty, six, seventy, six years old. Eighty. He's still doing it school. Jerry. I personally think he could have been a better president than Donald Trump I mean who I mean this is one for that. Should. Iran maybe he could have. Did it. Voted for. But like I said, there's no money of politics so. There is your in politics, well, not when you're campaigning. Not If you don't get the support. We should. You do. So what do you think about the life of Jerry Springer? Wake as family came from to where he was able to do. This is crazy. You know what I mean. Like it could have been a totally. Totally different, weight. was able to accomplish and. He. He. Like did it to the Max where you can do? Knows, you know what? I'm saying he kept you kind of like Chris Jericho okay. Over the years character U-HAUL. He's like. He's unlike any others that is true. Plus I think if nine. Probably. Is. How old is Maury seemed like more he was always older the Jerry and he still more eighty one one that's like Jesse to hang. Jerry. Lewis go. Decision. So. Moris eighty-one like how old was Jesse was when he wanted to, we gotta let that out. We'll probably have the answer for you on the next episode when. When did more go off the air because I still see reruns and Maureen I had to question if those were actually real episodes what do you mean episodes immoral I mean newer ones not real. Crazy days older where he went off airs I mean. So say that. Tell you. Younger than Jerry. He owed. You know he looks he looks older. Jerry's always looked older the Jerry. Jerry, he was nine before.
"jerry springer" Discussed on Talking Junk
"Yet me neither. Jerry's kids crazy. That up with the. Dollar, a day could feed a child. I don't know I don't know but I'm pretty sure that that's what they were called. You could correct me send me a dam. Put it in the comments do something. This. Boys comments looking at one. St came from Jamie. Yes he's still on Steve. Used to Lama. Janna reckless de Wise. He's still out where he's not getting arrested for Dui. You fail the true filled you failed the test. You can't say get off my stage. So He's He's called him off his he's getting Dui's shit. My Kids. He started those Jerry too hot for TV tapes. Remember those commercials yes I do. It was real real raw wasn't around that time is like close to watch like Some some shit softcore like the should they show on? CINEMAX. Hbo After Dark. Eagle box for that because the button in the back the beat Seattle over. Don't remember that I remember that it was it was no role and uncut music videos. No. Tony did you Love you love that write. A book called Ringmaster, that Seoul. had. A movie called Ringmaster I never seen it never heard of it, but apparently it did. Okay, maybe it was a TV movie. He wanted to run for state Senate in the year two, thousand dollars was done with I don't know to. Publicly decided because of the bad publicity excuse me playing Jerry. He decided not to go for publicity. Every springer's the. Jerry Springer at this point yes. Thousand Four. The early two thousands. Is still going heavy. But remember last week I mentioned murder. Who? In May two, thousand Nancy. Campbell pants was murdered by her ex husband after they appeared on the show with his girlfriend. So apparently, they lived together all three of them and there was a all. Already. Heavy tastes. Out saying new. Reports say that Nancy went on the show with Ralph and she thought that they were going to reconcile I don't know how you think going on. Jerry. But if they live together while you had to go on a show for that. The money. Was Lights out. But obviously like today love and hip hop and things of that nature they amp your life up. You know what I mean I guess. So he went there with his girlfriend eleanor and instead of telling her that they were GonNa get back together. He told her that he got married. Eleanor. And she stormed off the show she didn't want to speak about it and she went home. The day the show aired he strangled and beat her to death. To the point where she was unrecognizable ads crazy and two goals Widodo. With the new shorty. Link. Taxi Bounce. Who knows what happened is there were already in an abusive relationship. First of all, you're living in the house which your ex wife and your girlfriend no matter what the situation is already bad you gotta be. On all sides, there's like they were tailor made for the Jerry Springer show. Facts. Spruce still houses popularity high in the coming years, hosting shows and contests like Miss World in a one and two thousand. So he hosted Miss, World Miss Universe and eight he had a radio show host six. He hosted two seasons of America's got..
"jerry springer" Discussed on Talking Junk
"Springer being an anti war democrat. He introduced an ordinance to make it illegal for Cincinnati residents to serve in undeclared wars because the US never declared war in Vietnam. Emotion lost by he gained popularity because you know controversy creates cash. Yes. We know always always. He did a lot of publicity stunts after that like spending the night in jail, try to push prisoners rights. So he was. Already, into controversy into media charged stirred things up making. Out The. He was you have to be you know what I mean. That's the only way to get somewhere life. He was dating Margaret Beltran for Awhile and they got married in June sixteen, Seventy three. He seemingly offer a little while fame fortune. Beautiful wife he was destined for political greatness. Or so it see. Jerry Springer. So April seventy four write in Chew Jerry Springer show fashioned. He was GONNA be exposed because they like sting on on prostitutes. and. Vice, COPS. Checks written Jerry Springer name. So he paid for sex with checks. Sex which ex sex, which sex sex which checks. Switch axe. So he didn't care deposits six out he yeah they were. either. The way it got seized either way so they weren't getting it anyway. But still found by then he. Had A big head he thought he was. Important. Enough that the cops are GonNa put it on the table I guess. He's cocky. wrote a check. Why else would you take down unless you think you have power? Funk rights, but I'm just speculating that's my. Under for. Services rendered services. But can you imagine? That show. Congressman who pay for sex and the checks that exposed. The next Jerry Springer. Confessed whole thing step down. So he took action straightaway. Got Did it so. That was a commercial. act. With this lady and I paid her with something. I didn't write it down because it was too funny for me. There was no way I was going to be able to to reiterate that. At. Cincinnati. put them through the ringer after that. They hate him for a while. But you know that they started loving him they started rubbing about it. We we'll do. Little. Interviews and stuff they would tell them a still writing checks. Jerry. You. Always to Own. Your own home me. Stop It. Checks. He did the only thing that he's always done that he used the publicity at ran for mayor and he won he was inaugurated as Cincinnati's youngest. Law, to live seventy six. Eighty one he wanted a bigger stage and he resigned to run for the governor of Ohio but only came third. That summer he retired from politics. Broke he was broke. It wasn't really making money from me. Wholesome campaigns. He had a daughter. They had a daughter and she was she was born. Legally blind she was deaf in one ear and she was born without nostrils. Nasal passageways. So they did the surgery to fix that but there wasn't much else and he was. If nothing. Else, he was devoted father so. He needed to make a living so he quit politics. But then he had all the networks reach out to him. He they wanted him to be a news anchor. So, of course, you're GonNa go to go where the big bucks I'm GonNa, take it. They. Want me to be a news anchor go right now I. Don't know how to say the move they don't have to train me but..
"jerry springer" Discussed on Talking Junk
"You could imagine maybe he was there when he got assassinated I didn't. I didn't even look that up to see if he was there. That's porn losing my part. Hopefully. He worked for a law firm for a little while call frozen Jacobs Cincinnati. Got The rate. A. Mouse against. Well. Only you would know about that, right you've got the right kind of mouth. He was thinking he's taking a pass I. Guess. Way wanted to go. He was because if you WANNA be a politics, you have to I, guess have some type of background in law you know what I mean. War. Military. something. Wrong. So. He was on his way at the age of twenty five. He quit his job and he announced his candidacy for Democratic Nomination Congress and sixty nine. So you show by that, he was a ratio shades are of Robert Kennedy. Yeah he's making his run and he built his whole campaign on on as he or movement. Despite the fact that he still had. To fulfil some type of military service. So. He went, he reports Fort Knox and sixty, nine and November. He said, they gave the worst time. He was private dickhead. Law. Though that's probably where he got his hard shell from. You know what I mean. You got to learn how? Plus he was a young Jewish man coming up those time. So you gotTA. Think Racism. was always around. So, Senator Birch Bayh, he called him So Jerry CA speak in front of. The White House for the voting age because that was his whole campaign, he wanted to lower the voting age to eighteen. So these people could. Vote on who is actually sending them to war right there. You're saying that you could go to war but you can't vote. For sending their. He wanted would say now that will go fight. But you can't. Smoke. Cigarettes. Just twenty one that's the only way to get them to stop smoking at an early age killing themselves so. York. Kitty he won the nomination, he lost the election. It does, but he caught the capitalized on his popularity and he ran for city Councillor Cincinnati, he want. England. He took his seat seventy one quickly started controversy. It's true Jerry Springer fashion..
"jerry springer" Discussed on Talking Junk
"Today is Jerry Springer. Don't this week we're talking about right close because last week nobody seemed to know we were talking about. You know we talked about. According to. The talk show host. Jerry Springer. He's much more than a talk show host. Much more. Cultural icon is. You pop icon He. Grew up on Jerry Springer. Into still have. Ones on TV now. Well. Does it At this moment. Just reruns. On reruns. Was Born Gerald. Norman Springer. February thirteenth nineteen forty four big Gerald. Big Jerry. He was born during the war he was bored Highgate Middlesex England in underground station in Highgate, while the station was used as a shelter under German bombing. War To. His grandparents died in concentration camps. This parents. They try to get out of there. So in forty-nine, they migrated to. New York. Tony Way. Gardens Queens. New. York new surpassed stop. On, coming from Penn. station. His father started off. Selling stuffed animals that he made on the street and that evolved into a tweet manufacturing business his mom she worked at a big as a bank clerk. Nice donated volunteer. Nice. He had to be but then again, you know he was back in the day. In the forties so Different time back then. Definitely a different time. But Now, they were more authentic they had style. You because. You didn't know was go get another toy. Head, can you link? Now everything is still August I'll get another one. August. Chevy's. emend much more to have something that was handmade and something on toy factory line. It's easy to say they settled. Straightaway into the middle class life. Trying to give their kids more than what they had. His parents were heavy Democrats. So he was into politics early age in his first memory was the national democratic conventions. So. You could probably credit his bachelor's degree to. got a bachelor's degree in He had a bachelors degree of Arts from Tulane University. He majored in Politics Science. And he earned J. D. Degree from northwestern university in a sixty A. Smart Man. He got that one, thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight. Sixty eight. That later dreamt of the civil rights, movement. He wrote the buses to fight for voting rights for the black citizens. So he tried to do is think back I don't see color. Anybody's human. Species. Need to be worrying about what's going GONNA come. From above. That's another episode. You don't even know who. Is. Last episode you say. In the shadow. Here for that and That's my own said quote me on what do you mean is recorded go to spotify the archives and Listen WanNa Berar. Episode I'm telling you he says Jesus came from the shadows. That's Dracula. I told you from. You're not going to get back in today. Can't be doing what you're saying Jesus came from the shadows I agree we can't do that. so He loved politics man, he loved posits and he was introduced Robert Kennedy at one point. and. He then he went to campaign for him until he got shot. And then it took a toll on him. So he went back to school ship. WHO TAKES ON ANYBODY Jerry get shot Robert. Kennedy did..
"jerry springer" Discussed on Talking Junk
"Today we're going to start off with a new segment called Joke Talk News. Did you guys hear about the man in Florida that stole a car. From his old job. Drove into the airport. Tried to steal a plane to get his all the way to California. The COP stopped him in the plane and he said he had it take his weeds, California. Supported I been. The cops even know how to fly plane. which is a valid question is that is. That not. Marijuana alone. Don't that set aside can you find this motherfucker? He was smoking more than just now. I WANNA gotta be. Because we don't do that. As that. There's also a lot of stuff in the news this week about Nick Cannon. Viacom dropping while out A. Lot about what he said Anti Semitic statement. When she apologized for and turned on him. Because he apologized but he did the right thing he did apologize because it wasn't meant for that. But we're we're we're not going to really get into the to the comments. To controversy even though controversy creates cash but. That's neither here nor there K. Buff Bagwell was was in sports this week. WE START OFF WITH A. Major League Baseball. Training Camp Open July first and sixty game schedule begins with two games twenty third. Yankees versus nationals and the giants versus dodgers. Next Day on the twenty fourth we got the mets versus the braves. Let's go mets. To the end. Watch sports? No more well. Not, I watch..
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
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
"jerry springer" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian
"A show. That was like a live recording. And all I can hear the echo that might be honest the suck ass impressed. I've the voice of a trucker so I can't say much about that. I was trucker voice. Hit the no not sexy trucker. Is there anything else truck. She's mysexy trucker. Shit am sure as shit. The reason there's an echo and everyone else will not hear the echo so this is great news because we're having like a weird technical call through zoom and we're both in the same room and so there's an Echo Echo and I dunno it's crazy crap but the finished product will not have an echo. Unfortunately we can't let the listeners. Listen to what we're trying to do place it's a trainwreck. Amy was nice enough to send a bio in. And I'm just GonNa read it because I think it's fantastic and this will sort of be little intro to to. Amy Has outgrown all right. Amy Stevens is a woman who happens to be transgender. She grew up in Minnesota during the nineteen eighteen eighties as a practicing Lutheran Interesting place to start okay. Then after college and her first divorce she moved to Arizona Arizona where she found the LDS church and her second UAE who she's now in the process of divorcing aim you're crush As far as the wives go. I'm just throwing out there doing a great job. Yeah they're at different times though. So that's the good. Oh okay okay. I wasn't sure what kind of Mormon you were right. Amy Use the church to find a place at a low point in her life and threw it found friends. A wife built a family and lived very mormon male life but in the background. The question of amy's true gender never went away until she started planning her own death breath in two thousand seventeen. Yeah that sounds pretty deep. I'm sure we're going to touch on some of that now. Amy is living full time as her. True Self is working on family relationships and has found a girlfriend who accepts amy for who she really is right. In addition to all the other things in Amy's he's live. She's a volunteer. Firefighter do that so hot. I mean that's how the shit a comedian which is so hot and podcast. Good God that's up to three. I can't believe Comedian walk into a bar. And it's all amy and that way anyway okay. I'm bout of Mrs Amy. Amy Lives in Rochester. New York just forty five minute when I say that what I say Rochester. You said Rochester. I think Oh shit on on your fucking fixed amy. Where are you from originally in White Bear Lake Minnesota? I'm trying to get you to say Rochester. Correct way. I am from Rochester New York. I've actually been here the last eleven year right on. Okay like give us a look into early early. Amy The gender issues in cross dressing and all that stuff always in my background some of my earliest childhood Memories Revolver Meeting with cousins thins and hanging out with family over holidays and I was a cousin that wanted to play dress up and I was the one that would get dressed up as a cute little girl. I hadn't seen a cousin in over thirty eight years in a couple of years ago we met for dinner in Florida and one of the first things out of her mouth was all my gosh. It's so great to see you. I remember dressing you up as a child that it was so much fun to do and this was right before I started coming out in two thousand seventeen tonight so bad as wanted to say. Oh guess what it stock but I had to have the conversation with her later. So I mean my memories with gender and dressing up go that far back. So that's about mid seventies and I was born in and seventy two so you can kind of see this has been with me my whole life. Wow Yeah and it would be easy for me to say looking back in my life you know. I should have known that I should have known here. But you know what I grew up in the seventies graduated from High School in Nineteen Ninety. So we didn't talk about those things away that we talk about them now so those were things set you know when it came to dress in. I just kind of put those things in the background and kept them a secret as possible and that actually worked against me because when I ended up upcoming out nobody had actually caught me dressing or doing anything. I didn't display the signs that a lot of parents seeing their children when adult children start coming coming out as transgender so that actually worked against me but fortunately with my siblings I had some early memories. Blake with my brother he asked me. What's your name when I told him amy? He's like Oh my gosh. That's what you would have been named. If you're a girl I used to call you amy. When you're acting girly so for him? That tied it all together and for my sister sister. I stretched out one of her favourite bathing suits. Because I was home for a quarter by myself because I broke my back in a car accident and I would wear her clothes because I was tolerant her but I was super super skinny and high school. I weighed one. Forty five six feet tall my junior high school so I worked a swimsuit of hers a stretch it out so then when I come out to her last year Mike all remember that swimming suits. She's he's like. Yeah what about Like well I'm the reason why it got stretched out and she's like. Oh my gosh you know so. We're able to tie some memories back for my siblings of my family so that that really helped but you know my sister said to me. She's like well. Why didn't you come out to me? Then I'm like one thousand nine hundred eighty nine Mary. You know you talk about this living your life in the eighties eighties and we didn't come out in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s right right. It wasn't a good time. No it wasn't and you know and I look back in the way we talked about gays and the agent epidemic and anything outside of that SIS heterosexual normative. I hate the word lifestyle but the way it was turned the lifestyle. It just didn't come out out then so that would have been a very dangerous for me in that time period. I mean for God's Sakes I remember a kid in high school getting the Shit kicked out him for meeting he masturbated so I mean that's the type of conservative suburban area that I grew up in. So you're not coming out at that point in life. Yeah no way so. I ended up going to college in Wisconsin in the mid nineties. Yes I graduated from college my first wife there. We're together for five years married for a year but all in the background is gender stuff. Started popping up you know later later in our engagement and through our year of marriage you know looking back now with hindsight I can say well. Yeah that's probably one big reason why she left me. Did you think that you were gay a straight or were you just thinking. I'm transgender. What were you at that time thinking when I I said I want to transition? I think I might want to do. This was actually in in the mid nineties watching the Jerry Springer Show Jerry Springer Hell. Yeah Cherry Jerry. Interesting thing about the Jerry Springer shows if you remember in the mid nineties they would have a transgender woman on with her boyfriend and they hadn't been super intimate yet you know they haven't done the final deeds if you know what I mean. Yeah and so they would go through this whole show of course in the last five minutes to bake reveal is oh guess what honey. I used to be a dude right. You know. Oh and everybody is going crazy in the audience to guys about ready to beat the shit out of his girlfriend because that's great. TV in the mid ninety but instead of thinking. Oh Wow poor guy that now figures out. He has this girlfriend. That used to be dude. I'm like those transgender. Women are beautiful and I'm like Oh that explains why I feel the way. Do the things that I do and I wanted to be those women except you know. You're talking nineteen ninety-five living in Oshkosh Wisconsin finishing up my undergraduate graduate degree. Have come from a conservative suburban background in Minnesota. I'm dating a small town. Girl engaged to her at that point. Small town girl from East Central Wisconsin. And I'm like I have my life in front of me as this if I go and become a woman. There's no way I can do all of this and so I just put it on the shelf right. It's what you do. While I was at school in Wisconsin. My family orphan me they left Minnesota and moved to Arizona. So that's that's how I ended up in Arizona so when my first marriage hit the fan I hit the roads and headed towards Arizona because my family was already down there so I already had some sort of support network in the Phoenix area. Yep and then I actually got a job in one of the guys that I was working with him and I would banter back and forth about movies sports. You know girls in the the office you name it but he happened to be Mormon you know. And he's like my age at that point so twenty six so he has a kid and now yes like seven of them Kinda like shelley and wasn't guys actually still friends with him and talk to him every once in a while even after my transition but you know he happened to be Mormon and Kinda surprised me because he he was normally didn't have horns coming out of his head and he would laugh and fun but you know of course. He didn't go out on Friday afternoon with all of us for happy hour so we became friends and we. We both left that job eventually. Our friendship has maintained over the last twenty plus years now I actually became a flight attendant for the old America West Airlines in nineteen eighteen ninety nine and I end up getting an apartment with this female roommate. We would have these opposite schedules so I would be out of town. She would be at the apartment and when I was in town she would be out of town and so she was shorter me but I could fit in her clothes so I would start cross dressing and secret so that was kind of the way that I had my crossdressing is I could always find somebody else's clothes and I didn't have to buy my own stash and hide them. So can I ask a question real quick. Yeah 'cause I'm not sure if we've talked about this aspect on the show yet. What did it feel like to you when you could put on your roommates closed? It felt two things things and so I would be a liar to say that there wasn't a sexualize component to it but also think of the way we're talking about this going back to the late nineties in. I'm still thinking about this from a conservative religious viewpoint. Even though I'm not Mormon at this point I'm getting close to it. I'm still viewing this as a faddish faddish. Something God's not going to approve of and this is something that I need to overcome but yet I find it supernatural and you know there was also the sexualization about it because I viewed it as a fetish so when I started coming out you know in two thousand seventeen in dealing with this from a mental health standpoint point with counselors Including Kimberly as on my mental health team. You know when I could step away from that and say okay. This is just normal. This isn't a fetish. Just isn't a sin income that sexualization went away. Why it makes sense it really does? Yeah it makes total sense. Don't get me wrong. I enjoy my sexuality but getting dressed dressed up is not part of that anymore right now. It's just I get dressed just like we all do we get dressed but instead of wearing you know polo shirt. And a pair of Khakis Jackie's you know now I tried to find cute skirt and acute top and put on my makeup whereas I'm wanting to wear polos where that maybe golf lesbian golf measured time High Golf Lesbians San I would stick with the cross it lesbian. That would be my suggestion. All right. Got It fitter. Because they usually tell you right away so it's true. I used to be one. So can you do. What's your one man exactly? So there was at normalcy of it but since I was looking at it as a faddish it was still something that I really deep down on felt. I had to cure and so we fast forward to the summer of nineteen ninety nine. Th At this point I'm like okay. I need to make some choices here in my life because I'm doing this dressing thing and wearing my roommate's close more and more and I really need to kind of get a grasp on this. I was smoking. I was drinking not at a lot but enough to where I knew at that point I was in my late twenty S. I'm like I need to quit smoking. This shit's GonNa kill me and I'm like. Oh I have this book of Mormon and so I started reading. The book of Mormon started communicating with my friend again and so Lo and behold the missionary. Start coming over and not dammit. He didn't call him but as soon as I made the call. And you know because I ordered that book of Mormon they were there like stink on And so we started having the lessons and then at that point as I said I'm working as has a flight attendants on going through the discussions. That one Tuesday morning I wake up and I decided to drive to the airport and get on the airplane and fly the Salt Lake City for the day. Because you can do those a flight attendant you can just hop on a plane for free and so I'm to less than two weeks away from my baptism. At that point they meet my ex wife on that. It's light interesting. Wow Yeah so we briefly met and Gate area and then on the plane. She was in the seat in front of me to to my left was another guy leaving for the MTC so were talking and literally halfway through the flight. And I think you you can empathize with this already. As she turns around she she looks music. Do you ever shut up. You're so.
"jerry springer" Discussed on Undiscovered
"You familiar with these. No not at all. It's like it's a bundle of of sperm and food basically she's getting sperm but she's also not gaining. Yes Oh it's a meal. Oh and also somehow the Sam delivery via the Laura and so for these female crickets you know more sex more snacks and on the flip side for males we you were saying more sex more babies will. That's not the only thing they need to consider either. For example S. T. is not just a thing that affects humans. If you're a male and you have sex and contract a virus that kills you or weakens U. and makes you vulnerable to predation. You know maybe that's not gonNA result and more babies long long-term. Yeah and so. I think where we're at is a lot of people still believe that the general trend across species is that males are more eager and females are more choosy because all else equal males should get more babies out of meeting a lot but as one of my old boss told me. Not all else is Ezekiel. They're actually a lot of factors that play. Which is why you see so much variation across species Angelini the science journalist we met earlier she credits credits? People like Patty for the progress. We've made you know people who see female bluebirds cheating when other people don't lonely all bring our particular assumptions and biases to the table. And we all do have them men women everybody Then we can kind of check on the on the mistakes then and it's more difficult for people to propagate bad ideas because there were people there to ask actually wall. Have you taken this perspective of you thought again and the other big lesson for Angela is actually you know if we're going to go back to original question are human men and women fundamentally biologically different. We gotTa Watch. How much reading into animal studies Andrew says look like scientists will run these great experiments in mice or flies and then the natural tendency of the scientists say not just published a paper saying we see this in mice or we see this in fruit flies? Isn't that interesting for mice and fruit flies close but to say well. What implications does this have us And this is where you get a hell of a lot of speculation. We are not fruit flies. We are won't lies so what about US humans. If we're going to ask that question really really hope. We're going back to Florida. We are going back to study. Upset me so much and I would like you to tell me now. Why does wrong okay? So a few years ago Some researchers in Germany were wondering the instinct did not by this study or at least they looked around at the at the men and women that they knew and they knew plenty of women who are interested in casual sex so they decided to do the study again. This time it was in two thousand thirteen and basically what they found. You're not gonNA like this. It held up the original finding but but as a woman in the seventies on a college campus. Some strange man comes up to you. The things going through your head and not just do I feel like sex right now but also also will this guy kill me. You know what is going on here. There are so many other social factors not least. Let's be honest honest The the idea of judgments you know. It's not okay even now for woman to go round Saint People. Yeah I'm I'm up for casual sex in the same same way that it's okay for men. There is still a social taboo around that yet. Central W in safety like this dude is already kind of acting outside of norms arms by being like I just saw you for the first time and have been watching you from a distance and then you're like come to my place where it's just going to be us and we're GONNA have sex. It's now so so this is actually what the German scientists were thinking you know. Why don't we do another experiment? That's a little safer. So they presented men and women with pictures pictures of people who interested in having sex with them they were told and they said would you have sex with any of these people and actually wasn't just a hypothetical as far whereas the subjects. They're like we will. If you choose some people for sex we will Set that up in a controlled environment and what they found instead. Was that very many women were. I'm interested then in having casual sex with one of these people. In fact ninety seven percent of women chose at least one man for possible sex so that run completely counter to the original study and if you're wondering one hundred percent of men shows at least one woman for sex but statistically no difference so this experiment it's not perfect perfect either. I mean yes. They take out the danger component But it's it's totally artificial so think about it. You're looking at pictures in a lab you know telling researchers researchers yes please the arrange this sex medium and I actually not only do they do. They say we'll set up sex in a in a controlled environment. They say we're GONNA film the first thirty minutes of the encounter before we leave you alone to do as you please like. Who is signing up for that? Did they really you buy that. This was going to happen The researchers actually did ask you afterwards. Hey did you buy the experimental setup and people said yes. They did for the most part so I don't know maybe I don't understand people or maybe they were being very polite to the researchers either way I doubt this is the final word on human sexual appetites but I hope this is the last of this particularly awkward kind of study because these people have feelings. Damage it right like. Don't tell them that somebody's into them and then Yank the rug out when they say they're interested back undiscovered is reported and produced by me elevator and me Antonov. Our senior editor is Christopher entirely and our composer is Daniel. Peter Schmidt met. You can read more about Patty and this story in Angeles Amy's book inferior. How Science got women wrong and always get links get footnotes get all that good stuff at undiscovered podcast dot work.
"jerry springer" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"You'RE GONNA love our website chuck full of information up. You have better sex and relationships and finding all social media. It's at sex with emily across the board archives. I hope you enjoy the interview Jerry Springer. Jerry you're actually like a cultural icon. I Apologize Okay but you really are. I mean well known for your talk. Show Jerry Springer Springer show and now even new show judge Jerry and NBC. Which I've been binging on both? Of course I do my work and so I feel like that. You have such an amazing way of getting people to communicate which I was realizing. We've a lot of similarities. Because my whole thing on the show is people call in they ask for advice. I always say communication is a liberation. Get Your partner talk and I feel like you know seventy five now a lot of knowledge a lot of experience. You've been helping people for a long time so now with Judge Judge Jerry. What has made you WanNa do this show at this time? Well it wasn't my idea. I was getting ready to stop taping being the the Jerry Springer show and we've been doing that for twenty seven years so being seventy five it was. It was time I thought I wasn't crazy about it but it really was time and literally one month before our last day of Taping Sean. O'Boyle comes in he's head of sales for NBC Z.. And he comes into the office says De have minute I'd say yeah and he stands up in shuts the door and that scares me because when they cut your this can't be good. News he says has your lawyer. How about doing judge Jerry and I just thought about literally for few seconds I said Yeah and as it turned out? It's it's the only job I've ever been trained for every other job I've had and I've been real lucky. Life has been handed to me. It's not anything I went to school for but this was you know. Finally all the money. My parents put into law school there right. Exactly right. And it's the first GROWNUP job had in thirty years hates so but but that was a real job showing up for twenty seven years. No it's I'll tell you what to be a talk show host. I mean on the Konta show that I was doing which was a circus. You only only needs three lines. You need to be able to say you did what come on out. We'll be right back if you can to those three lines you're a talk show host. What else did I do it? I mean it was great fun but anybody could have done it. I happen to have been a host of a show that took off but it wasn't because of anything. I was doing what I would like to to dispute that because I believe that you are somebody who has a personality that you Kinda you. Don't judge people you kind kind of help. People see what is morally right. Even when all the craziness was going out with Jerry Springer show. You were still kind of the voice of reason in the room but now with with judge Jerry you really are like you are a little more control abuse. Control's like you're kind of scenes you've come to you. You know this is right. This is you dealing oftentimes with the same kind of issues. Say What are the issues. Well it small-claims it's five thousand dollars and less so it's automobile accident. It's landlord tenant it's it's A guy has a fiance. He gives her a ring. Will you please marry me. She says yes and he slips their engagement ring on her finger two months slater. She finds out that he's cheating on her. She breaks off the engagement. He wants his ring back does he get it back as you get a vacco. It I to judge Jerry No Well yes and I'll explain why there is if he would have given her the Bring for Christmas. Say That's a gift when you give an engagement ring that's what we call a conditional gift WBT. Will you marry me. If she says yes she gets the ring so she's accepting the ring as a condition of marrying him that that was the agreement he didn't just say. Hey have a ring. You know looks pretty on you. Will you marry me. Yes here's the ring if she breaks it off even though she had every the reason to cheers to give the ring back because he agreement was if I marry you. You're giving me this ring. Okay that makes sense. I mean the ones that the ones that I saw I watched a few in a lot of it was families it was like it was like a father and an uncle right they were fighting over meatball sandwiches. The daughter gets a bill for you know over fourteen. Thirteen hundred bucks. You really have more. Do this how talk to you. If I don't know what's going on what you do thank you same with you. Which is why? I'm very interest in this because I feel like because when I'm watching and there was a family a mother and daughter Sh- the daughter of the money and I thought. Oh we really just do. We just not have the right tools to to operate as humans. Do we not know how to communicate. Have we not learned. We not teaching in schools. And you know what do you feel like a lot of really is just getting people was not the right thing. The thing is with the lead. There's no sprinkled in there is no school for Becoming a parent and you know people have kids with absolutely and not because they're bad human beings yes they have acquired. The skills may be because they didn't have parents that taught him those skills so we all of a sudden upbringing children into the world without the skills of teaching them how to deal with. So maybe maybe they grew up in a household where things weren't talked out in a reasonable fashion where you didn't learn responsibility where you didn't have a moral code. That says if someone is doing this yes I should be nice to that person or this is a family member. 'cause I agree. I said in in some of those cases. Why would you ever sue your own kid? Did I or or grown door to. Why are you suing your mom? Thank you what are you guys GonNa do at tanks giving it's bad it's bad enough that we you have to watch that we can't talk about trump. 'cause that'll go crazy. Let's not talk about holidays so now we can't even so it is said that it reaches that but in a civilized society there has to be some structure whereby disputes can be settled without grabbing weapons. By so the reason you you have a judicial system the reason you have a court system is that these disagreements can be worked out where everyone is going to accept. Accept what the result is and have to you. The arguments are has to be east. And if we don't have that we don't have a civilized society then we will have anarchy Chaos total violence etc.. But what do you think about. So if you're you're twenty seven years of doing the junior Jerry Springer show and now just a month into your new show Jerry which everyone should check out at NBC universal of syndicated. But you check with your your local listings okay. Because it's in every city in America. Congratulations Nothing to do with DOT COM but they they sold it in every city in America. So you just checked whatever community you're in and see what it's it's a daytime show right so daytime but what cares what I WANNA know. Though how do you think in the last twenty seven years doing this has have. Has Americans change that much. Has Your audience change like do you think that we are with technology for example that we're actually way worse at communicating. Are you kind of seeing similarities. Like it's really kind of the same issues. There was twenty years ago. People don't have people aren't most of us have childhoods that have some challenges I would say the majority of us and I would also say the bright side of that is if you do the work most of us are kind of here to work through that stuff. Well we I start off on the assumption that we are all social beings beings that if you add television two thousand years ago you would have had talk shows and if we have television two thousand years from now we'll still have talk shows. We are social beings. It used to be two thousand years ago that people would gather in the town square or in the marketplace and just chat with each other about what's going on. Oh did you hear what happened to so and so and that is being a human being. It's why would different than trees or even animals we we we communicate about what's going on with people with social and asked the only thing that's different today is where we always talked about. D- what our neighbor what was going on in our neighborhood because of technology our neighborhood today is the planet earth so through I radio and then television and then social media and the Internet now our neighborhood is the planet we know more about the Kardashians than we do about. WHO's living next door? Neighbors need I think is a huge problem. We're also yes connected. Yeah so it's like so. I'm not so if you ask me thirty thirty years ago. We're talking about the same things and we will always talk about it. We will always talk about people and what their current problems are. Think about it every day. We're alive there at least a hundred decisions that we have to make. We're not even conscious that it's a decision you know which way we go to war or go to work today? What am I gonNA wear My kid asked this question. Should I go take the kid to the soccer game or what about in others. We're constantly making decisions if you just mathematically know that every human being on earth is making a hundred decisions A day. Just mathematically the odds are that some of those decisions will turn out not to be right. Not because it's a bad human being but because sometimes you'd UNAVO- Abol the information you are on distress. Whatever so they're gonNA be conflicts? Just mathematically they're going to be conflicts and therefore we have to have it system Communication Shen is obviously the best way to do it but not everyone has the same communication skills. This is the main thing people always go sex with. Emily talk about all day or mostly my job is. I'm helping EH communicate. What was your partner want? How do you talk about it? And so what do you think like. And I know you've always been very. Do not judgmental you. Vote People at your beloved. Ah Like your list that you are really and so what do you think it is about Europe bringing that how did you get set up for this. How do you know the right then? I'm not saying haven't made mistakes..
"jerry springer" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Okay here. He is Jerry Springer. ooh Okay we now welcome on a very special guest. He's a legend in the game. He has a new show called Judge Jerry. It is Jerry Springer. I just WANNA chant Jerry when you're here. Do you get that a lot. I'm sure sure I get that a lot. The I mean yeah every day you get it every single day. You're like yeah I it really is. I mean my wife forty-six years. Now says you know what your age they should start chanting your address so you know how to get home. ooh Okay Front of mind yeah how much I ah we're GONNA talk about. Judge Jerry your career and everything but I always been curious about this. How much of your success do you attribute to? The Jerry chant like if your name was Michael or well my longer. My full name is Gerald Gerald Gerald. It wouldn't work. I know but Jerry when you chant Jerry that did it it fee you can feel it in your bones. So do you know like the first Jerry very chant. Can you remember it. no actually probably started because a couple years after I started my show Ricki Lake came along long Yup and I think the kids started chanting go ricky go ricky. I think that's the first show ever remember people chanting. There was started Jerry. Yeah Yeah Arsenio had the WHO who that one yeah but that wasn't a name Yeah Jerry it just it always works. It brings tears to my. I'll tell you one place where it didn't work. I was at a football game I guess it was the Bengals and in half time you know you go to the men's room and in the men's room at the stadium there you know you have five hundred seven hundred guys in the those huge men's room at the same time you don't cave and then they towed was my turn to step up to the urinal there and there's five hundred guys behind me suddenly spot me and go to mention well at at my job enough pressure. I don't need five hundred guys behind me chanting my name. When I'm trying to take away yes right? Stay wait around and spray them. You call me yeah yeah perfect yeah no I I used to. I used to watch a show growing up a little bit. I was a big fan actually Steve Wilko's yeah so and then they they had the Wilko's show produce it yeah so you guys produce s like Oprah Beget Beget Dr Phil Beget Wilco to see it was it was a painful birth was Oh yeah yeah absolutely yeah yeah so I remember when he got his own. Show can can Wilko's really pull this off as he personality he just really good at keeping the peace on stage but I think a lot of it that really made ate him pop from the start. was you know he had the bald head so he was the most recognizable yeah of all the security guys but at what point were you like hey this could be. We could franchise you out your Steve. Oh I mean right away. We thought I mean that's why we gave him a show because you know all the particularly the young women they would write in and they were attracted to him mm-hmm so we just thought let's give him a show and so we produce that show so that's part of the were you ever. Were you ever afraid did on stage or do you think about it. First of all television secondly the people that come on the show if they had something against me they wouldn't come on the show so anyway where I was the only people are gonNA come on fans of the show right and so therefore then never angry at me they may be ripping each other's wigs soft but when when the show's over you know standing around Jerry. Can we have a picture. What's a good restaurant to go to in the neighborhood? I mean it's just like the most normal nice people in the world. Even the guy who who fucked a horse was he married he married his married horse was very intimately stables around here. I can go was Jerry. I'm looking looking for a cheeseburger with well. We did a follow up short show because the horse left him Oh yeah she left him yeah. She said yes. She said he was hung like a man. She couldn't didn't take it so I always curious this too because now in twenty nine eighteen it feels like everyone wants to go viral. Everyone has a thirst for those fifteen eighteen seconds of fame so you get a lot of people faking things back in the nineties. When you're doing the show and early arts there was maybe a little less than that but were there people who who faked stories to come on and could you sniff them out they occasionally would try to do that? I'm sure somebody got through but usually we catch there. You know first of all the producers have been doing this for years. They know how to do this. The lawyers are all over it. You know you get sued if you made up the story right right and you signed the documents in front of a camera until that scares people away so there are people that come to be on the show and then when they sit down in the room with the lawyers they get cold feet then they say well. It's we won't be on the show right yeah right so I know what you see on the air. The facts are real now how their reaction that they embellish their emotions with the crowd cheering of course like what they say happened really happy. We did a brief appearance on the Maury Povich show. This is like a year and a half ago we went on there with Hank. Hank was entering a boxing match against somebody else that worked here and we were helping to promote the fight. We were promoting Hanky one by the way he's going. He's retired now though yeah he could get talk back but he's retired. Now why fight one why don wanted to undefeated champs so we we just call them champ when he walks around now but one of the most fascinating thanks to me going through that experience was the producers backstage and the logistics of them walking talking gus from room to room to make sure that we didn't run into the people that we were there to go head to head with yeah so they can keep you all separately. was there ever any times backstage where two people saw each other before the show that maybe weren't supposed to cross paths until they were on camera it it could be it probably but see I'm never allowed to know with the shows about. I'm not talking about judge show. I'm talking now about the the jury ratio and I was never allowed to know what the show is about what they do. When you you see me walking out there with a card all the card has on it or the names of the guests because I haven't met them and then my job is to ask questions that you would ask sitting at at home watching and then make jokes but I'm never allowed to know ahead of time with the subject is that way my reaction will be orthodontic rather than me faking being surprised so I never know so? I don't know anything that goes on before the show start who's talking to whom I'm just totally separate from that they just come in putting I'm on makeup and out I go and but I never had any idea of the show so off that what was the most shocking like story that once you started asking question like this is what we're doing today that the one obviously with the guy who married his horse yeah 'cause obviously I didn't know that was the story so I start out with with the first guest which is the guy and A. Let's say his name was Bob. I don't remember what it was but let's say was Bob Bob's a forty something year old man and he's sitting up there on stage H. and my first question every segment toys is so what's going on so as that hey bob what's going on. He says well I'm having trouble with the neighbors or what's what's the trouble will. They don't like my wife. Why don't they like your wife well? I don't know she keeps to herself. She doesn't start any argument. She's quiet. I have no idea I can see the show's going nowhere. Does it boring so I look at the next guest pixel okay well. Let's meet her. Here's Pixel outcomes this horse now. My reaction is the same as any human and being would be oh my God. The wife Pixel fell off the Horse say Oh yes I'm assuming she parents stopped the cameras does she okay and the executive producers yelling at me now. Now that's why what and that's that's how yeah so that yeah that one would be tough to come up with little jokes and quips when you're just like totally shocked into state of actually frozen. Actually it's Kinda natural because you'd be the same way. What's the bridal shower like? That's where our gone yet. You got yeah what what was so so off of that like you're doing the show. Are there specific stories that you loved more than others like story lines. I always personally I loved when like someone Fox. Someone's like you know brother sister. Whatever like Oh yeah like my sister's boyfriend I had sex with? I loved those because I know you gotta understand. He was ahead of time understand so you're you're no we're. We're both thirty four years old so we watched the show in the nineties when they were young kids. I watched hoping that I would get to see a blurred out. Yes yes so when it's like Oh my sister under fucked my boyfriend. I'm like this is probably going to end up in a blurred outfit yeah so did that happen often. There was a lot of blurring yeah and do you ever ever have people come up my age being like Hey Jerry. I watch your show. 'cause I wanted to see some tits. If you're at the studio of course nothing is blurred out. Oh so you've seen a lot in tents well. I won't get to the judge Jerry thing real quick because it seems like an interesting turn for you Kinda like I saw the previews for it and it seems like you're doing a judge Judy type thing but with a little bit of I wanna say like you teach a lesson at the end or you use more compassion than she does. Zephyr probably starts the different I mean I know we're in. She's a lovely lady but she's a disciplinarian. I like the Judge Yeah and I'm more of you know a father talking to his kid or his grandson you know in other words you can be firm but you both there's no meanness you explain to them. Why you're reaching the decision you're reaching and so when they walk out of they even if they've lost the case they kind of understand it and then not thinking that they didn't even get hurt right and just that's the way I am in life? I don't yell at people or you know so I that's how I treat the people in front of me plus. I probably have a unique experience experience and I just thought of this yesterday when I was doing some interviews that most judges never have I have for fifty years every job I've had has been dealing with regular. People not celebrities regular people involved in all kinds of things that are going on in their life just on the show up at fifty thousand guests and then ten years as a city councilman is a mayor dealing with regular people as a ten years as a reporter and an anchor. You're dealing with regular people so I know their lives so when I'm sitting as a judge and there's a case before me it's not just Oh here's the ordinance here's the statute. It's I know what lives these people are living so there's a human being in front of of me and that gives a whole new dimension to the kind of decisions I make I know the baggage that they're bringing to the case not just they did this and here's the ordinance it's not a formula it's more understanding of their life and I think that probably winds up inevitably having more compassion you should team up with the NFL and you should just become their disciplinarian like the person that decides the punishments because I think that that is probably you probably would do a better job than Roger Adele who just like spins a wheel and he's okay four game suspension for you. Where'd you go to law school? Northwestern University. Okay Chicago Nice is are they know the the journalism school got discredited you the they lost their creditors. Yeah they lost. Are we called discredited but they lost accreditation. Oh Yeah I went to law school. Okay so have you you. Were you practicing as a lawyer for ten years and now you're back in the that's why they gave me the show they came in they. You said you know you're a lawyer and been daytime television forever and so that's the audience Why don't you just that show? It's perfect perfect so I wanted to actually talk a little bit about your career..
"jerry springer" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"I mean over a decade, I'll say that like, I think one of the one of the best things that ever happened to us is the fact that flight of the conchords decided to do things on their own, you know, because I just think and they are playing again, I think Debretts arm ever heal. I don't know what the latest of that was but they are playing together. Again, we've been huge fans for a long time. It didn't make my list. Honestly, just because I kind of didn't think about it when I was a professional standpoint. I felt like it had had to make head to make my list. Yeah. Well, be in not disag-. I mean, it's great. I mean, the tone of it. Well, the the fact and I'll say specifically the fact that it was on HBO, but it was such a specific quirky tone that instead of going over an age or saying, okay, the pilot episodes gotta have nudity in it. I don't care what it is. Because on HBO, you know, it was they were playing by their own sets of rules. Edge in a different place. Right. It found their age in the fact that they were weird, and that's very inspirational too. And obviously, the the fact that the incorporated music, I mean for for years when we talked about what are scripted idea would be, you know, our first scripted idea, which ended up being buddy system. Obviously, we we had to weigh at against the fact that we knew we were going to do music videos. But like, how do we do this without being compared to flooded? The conchords turns out the way you do. It is just do it. And have nobody will see the show that she makes us the greatest way to not be compared to flight of the conchords. That's a different ship on our. Not bring too many into. This was your next one number seven the office. Okay. My number seven is the office. No aligned. Oh, really? Yes. Wow. Okay. The office ran from two thousand five to twenty thirteen. Yeah. And for me, this was well, the office represents for me is sort of my homecoming to half hour comedy, right? Yep. So there was this period of time college college where your schedule is just calm college is about movies, at least it was. Yeah. For for for us that was that was our Jerry Springer of movies of being able to watch whatever you wanted to there's nobody there to tell you can't rent that that you're not old enough to see that. And you just watch all these movies talking about porn number talking about porn specific this different story. We could do another podcast on that. That was what the what it sounded. Like, you would tell us what the the the computer. Lab in the library was for. But I specifically the college was about movies. And so then in of course, it was it was the south, and we got married at a school and got married in two thousand you got two thousand one and then. Two thousand and we weren't gonna watch survivor. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. And by that point Seinfeld was was off as you could like watch reruns or whatever, but you kind of sitting around waiting for something good. And I just remember all of a sudden in again, I know the the the British offices better. Gosh, don't shut out that shut up about that. We know it came from England. We know they're funnier. We know they start everything, and we just bite it we've been through that. But but it is different. We make different. Yeah. We make it different. And we make it for longer as well. And we run it into the ground. So we both started with season one of the office. And I just watched it for a few years, but then kind of fizzled out, I think it was the advent of children in my life. Well, no Lilley was born two thousand three she was born the year this started. No, no. Five to your lot was one. When I started watching it. I don't know. Why I I don't know why fizzled out from watching it. But I will say that. When we were hanging out with Britain when he was on lockdown because he was on the voice he was just binge-watching the office. So he talked to my kids about it a lot and then lily started watching the office and Lincoln got into and now land does gotten into it. And we all have started watching the office..
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
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
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.
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.
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.
"jerry springer" Discussed on Committed
"We got good levels this is this is great okay i have no idea how this works so you're gonna it's it's our it's our first time so you have to walk us through it be gentle i will that one before right and we want to know about the past lives we want we're gonna know about the future so let's let's start let's start with past lives so when i first met nick in the glove goes it wasn't limit for site but it was this kind of comfortable feeling that was like there you are i found you and that was the first time that had happened to me so that's why i'm kind of interested to find out if if i knew him before you actually did know each other and you guys have both had a lot of different lifetimes together and this is going to get a little bit jerry springer when we're talking about pass live more jerry springer the better a couple of these different lifetimes you guys definitely worse spouses you were partners you also were brother and sister you were brother and brother the last lifetime that you both had i would put that about twelve hundred bc that was tribal nordic life you had genders that were switched so joe you're the dude and nick you're the gal but you both were just burly as convenient still early it was very peaceful life for you there were other people who went out on some of the rating parties you guys were actually more focused on building the community when i look back at the sibling lifetimes you guys had a really harsh set of appearance and you kind.
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.
"jerry springer" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"This time the vice president al tell you when and where it bore on cook man the president argued that it a new series we got the remote zell from news busted a single goal slammed the national endowment for the ark for funding jerry springer the opera oh my yes yes yes he's calling on the national endowment for the arts to withdraw its funding of the gleefully profane jerry springer the opera and new york city jerry springer at the opera uh full of a fourletter words that should be fun through fights yeah well they're coordinated fight their there uh uh what he called choreographed the facts accordingly each it's like they got the ballet you know yes so we got you know chairs and then almost sits you and then it breaks over your back and then you know and in the nazi comes out and then they punch yuban the faith and it's just it's it's beautiful man oh man not to mention you haven't lived until you hear jerry springer seeing oh oh yeah specially especially lug veers this was the jitters pringle show should be fun on his like being right next to god near so how much we paying for this thing jerry springer the opera they're all europe next the phil valentine show darrow what's up copec sick mccaw sure um i've been working manufacturing in various fields the capacities for the past 35 years have run a chemical plant outside of nashville now and i could tell you unequivocally that this is the most robust business not just for my company but four by suppliers by customers we do a lot of exporting he actually export uh quite a bit of a typical products to asia and europe and is just unbelievable the worldwide demand for our products for retail products manufactured products had hunters are are making all sorts of money because you're so many people moving around we have a hard time getting employs because people pay pretty well we each.
"jerry springer" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"On jerry springer look i'm sorry but my tv show destroying civilization and all but now i'm making up for when my minute podcast have you heard it yet and we go down the interstate i'm feeling on top of the world berry pretty girl next to me all of a sudden deterrents to me and she throws up all over me and the topsdown might mike are you handle that she's me my friends and small audience hanging out a little coffee shop near cincinnati we talk some politics malanje show it falls in late at night onto the answering machine at the podcasts office hey i think malanje malania gone you can play it but we're going to ask people not to list are he's not stupid he knows what he's doing he's using words as a weapon to elicit an among we of musical guests thank you the we've gone i showed on my cell phone a picture of nearly doing well i guess i'm mina called body building poses a speed only put that either web it's on the web that stupid what hence have slightly fence at checkout minute jerry springer guest at the jerry springer dot com point any podcasts at i will sat in a world record for the number of miles you can put on an unlimited mileage one week rental car and one week there is no record so what record or you break it or not rightly on setting the rash drive around the parking lot win that would be very boring both the other is very interesting might be amazed to discover that well sort of a normal person i don't know what happened checkers outage jerry springer dot com or on any podcast down on jerry springer hoping that this might get me in spite of the challenge your authority the try to break your will though push you to the edge of your sanity because that's what kids do but this car is your territory out there defended who makes the payments cleans or or who drives you do that sooner or and in here your word is law so when you say you won't move until everyone's buckled up you won't budge an inch.
"jerry springer" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Council the pay on jerry springer look i'm sorry but my tv show destroying civilization and all but now i'm making up for it with minute podcast have you heard it yet and we go down the interstate i'm feeling on top of the world berry pretty girl next to me all of a sudden deterrents to me and she throws up all over me and the topsdown might are you handle that and i was just me and my friends and small audience hanging out a little coffee shop near cincinnati we talk some politics malanje zhou it falls late at night onto the answering machine at the podcasts office hey are getting this decline are gone you can play but we're going to ask people not to list are he's not stupid he knows what he's doing he's using words as a weapon to elicit than among we have musical guests la la land thing we've gone i showed on my cell phone pictured clearly doing well i guess i'm gonna called body building poses a speed only put at web that's on the web with that stupid what ansett slightly fence at checkout minute jerry springer podcast that jerry springer dot com point any pact it i will sat in a world record for the number of miles you can put on an unlimited mileage one week rental car and one week there is no record so what record or you break it are not rightly on setting the racket drive around the parking lot win that would be very boring both the other is very interesting might be amazed to discover that well on sort of a normal person i don't know what happened check out jerry springer dot com or on any podcasts down on jersey sprinter hoping that this might get me in spite of there if you're a single men under the age of thirty five you probably like to know what the ladies are looking for on an online data said a guy who had a few drinks and later gets pulled over.
"jerry springer" Discussed on KKAT
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"jerry springer" Discussed on WTMA
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