15 Burst results for "Joe Ed"
"joe ed" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"That has to do with John lovitz, a live kitten in a loaf of bread. Oh my God. This is the last time you were in studio about four years ago and I was doing interviews with you in the green room. And I brought up the adventures of Ford fairlane to you. And the role was lieutenant Amos. And then you and I sang booty time together. And that was one of the highlights of my life or not. I'm not going to lie to you about that. That was a funny show to do. I mean, that show was crazy. I mean, no one knew what was going on in that show. You in dice clay. Me and dice clay, I mean, clay was, he was out there, you know? You got to really fast clay story. You got to have something for us. Well, you know that, no, but I brought my father to the set one day. My father was visiting me. We were in Malibu. And I thought, well, I want to introduce some of the dice. I don't even know if he knew who dice was, but dice walked out of the set and I said, hey, thanks. Come here. I want you to meet my dad. Oh, yeah, very this is my father. And he said, hey, hey, hey. Hey, do you want to hear my impression of a perfect date? And my dad said, yeah, and he went, get out. Interview, everybody. 500 Joe. Ed, you are a gym. You are the greatest. I put you on the spot to come on and I'm so glad I did. Thank you so much. Thank you. Hey Marshall, it's a really honestly a real pleasure to meet you. Likewise, man. Likewise, big fan of yours. I'm gonna make him come to dinner. That'll be it. That'll be, that'll be the four time I promise you. The greatest. Here on the rich eisen show. I mean, honestly, you guys are welcome. Welcome Susie, I gotta buy a new laptop now because I got mimosa all over it. TJ, I've never seen you doubling over like that. I love it when people play roles and it fits into their real personality. Like a lot of the roles that he played. He's our buddy. Right. See, is he Susie? Is he really out Bundy? He's the kindest guy. It doesn't seem like he really kindest nicest and kind of eye guy that there is. We're gonna talk more about the great Adam Neal when we come back, we're gonna rack up this edition of the rich eisen show. Don't you go anywhere else, no more Chris Farley stories though. If you miss any of the show and this was one
"joe ed" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Got you complicated. It was so easy. It was so easy. You could have made the next Cana is just so far away. That's all you had to say to him. I like getting cute with it, though. You know, I like adding something about it. I get too much. I flew too close. To the sun. If I wanted to know what was coming to mom and grab shops today, where would I look? You would look toward the official list of upcoming software across each and every platform as listed by the kind of funny games daily show hosts each and every weekday. Out today, we got Madden NFL 2023 on PlayStation 5 Xbox Series X and S PlayStation 4 Xbox One and PC. We have a tale of paper refolded great name on PC, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, and switch. We have figment two, creed valley on PC, and we have jetpack joyride two on Apple arcade. I am stoked on that. I don't know what a sequel to that game can bring, but I am going to download that today. And right now I'm making a note to remind myself to do just that. This is going to be a dumb question. Which one is jetpack Joe Ed? Because I always get these games mixed up because rare put out jetpack and then I think they put out a bunch of more jetpack games. I know there's a mobile one unrelated. Yeah. Jetpack. Is a mobile game that is like you kind of just hold the screen and the more you hold it the higher he goes up and it's kind of like a kind of like flappy bird, but without the shit physics, it's more like it feels good. I absolutely loved the hell out of the game. Apparently number two has been out for a long time. So you know what, guys? I'm an asshole. I don't know women. That's fantastic stuff. New dates for you Activision has announced that the 5th and final season of Call of Duty warzone will begin on August 24th. Wars on two right on the corner. There we go. Deals of the day, the grid NES controller frame is available at grid studio for a $139. This one's cool, a little bit different. If you want to bring up the image there, bear it, I'd like to show people because grid studio freaking awesome, awesome team over there that make these amazing art pieces. I have three of them in my room. I have a Game Boy color. I asked them to do the custom teal one for me to match my room and they did, which was nice. I got my PSP, of course, very near and dear to my heart. I have the original iPhone because I'm a big tech guy. But this is cool. OG, NES controller. Check it out. I want to get it. I have two of them. Sadly, one of them fell off the wall. And it's fine for the most part, but there is a chip on the frame that is very noticeable, ended up sesame so much. So I haven't put it back up yet. I want to figure out a way to fix this. Is this one of the things that was above your TV that fell into your TV as well? Or was that a different? No, no. That was a very heavy shelf. I am lucky that this TV is not fucking broken at half. But no, the frame was like over here over on this side of my room. And in the middle of the night, I just hear a large boom, and I'm like, oh no. I don't think your walls are equipped enough to have things being hung on them. Yeah, now that's the thing of like, I don't want to drill holes into my wall to actually hang things up. And so I am like, I am using command strips in trying to just for the best. Hope for the best, and let me tell you, my hope is doing nothing. These things are falling left and right. But I do have a Game Boy one as well, and that's in our living room, and it looks great. It looks great in there. Hell yeah. You can go to kind of funny dot com slash your wrong to let us know what we get wrong as we screw it up on this show. Just like Mike did. When talking about game pass on the PC, the brand is not Xbox game pass. Microsoft rebranded Xbox game pass for PC as just PC game pass back in December 2021. Interesting. Interesting. Good to know. That's very good to know. I'm not changing the headline because guess what? Y'all motherfuckers click on Xbox. And so I don't know what to tell you, but that's good to know. That's some good news. No, no. No, I mean, you're not wrong. It still is Xbox that's doing it. But yeah, no, it is good to know in terms of what we're talking about of the actually calling it Xbox. There is a difference there. Just in terms of marketing and branding and stuff. So cool. We got lanky dragoon saying the multiverse of sales is regarding the founders packs that were about to get access to the game while it's in beta. It doesn't have to do with the premium currency. Okay, so that makes sense. So it's like it only is counting it because you had to buy it to be able to play the game.
"joe ed" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"To the audience here However I can attest to the fact having traveled throughout the continent of Africa last fall that indeed this story has had an impact on populations there You know it's funny about this is that the other day somebody sent me a text message and said hey rich but what would you do if you were Putin and it was bio labs on the border of Ukraine that were designed to wipe out the Slavic people to wipe out the Russian people And I thought holy snap Hold up a second Stop the presses You obviously haven't studied enough history to know that this is an age old Khan from the Soviets But we will let a real expert continue not me because you know you'll say I've sipped the Kool-Aid and I'm a neocon if you will I'm not But Yuri Bezmenov former KGB spy Turn states move to Canada and started spilling the beans here in the United States back in the 80s I want you to hear I got a couple of clips from him You're going to learn a lot from this guy if you've never heard this before you're in for a treat If you've heard it before you're in for a refresher Listen to this Ideological subversion is the slow process which we call either ideological subversion or active measures actively in the language of the KGB or psychological warfare What it basically means is to change the perception of reality of every American to such an extent that despite the abundance of information No one is able to come to sensible conclusions In the interests of defending themselves their families their community and their country It's a great brainwashing process which goes very slow and it's divided in four basic stages The first one being demoralization it takes from 15 to 20 years to demoralize the nation Why that many years Because this is the minimum number of years which requires to educate one generation of students hang on a second So listen to this He just said and again I know you heard it but I want to emphasize this He said it takes 15 to 20 years These guys are playing a long game This is not a joke He's laying it out for you This is a KGB defector telling you how they use ideological subversion to get this done Again the same lies different time period Go ahead In the country of your enemy exposed to the ideology of the enemy In other words Marxism leninism ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students Without being challenged or counterbalanced by the basic values of americanism American patriotism The demoralization process in the United States is basically completed already For the last 25 years actually it's over fulfilled because demoralization now reaches such areas where previously not even combat and drop of an all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success Most of it is done by Americans to Americans Thanks to lack of moral standards As I mentioned before exposure to true information does not matter anymore A person who was demoralized is unable to assess true information the facts tell nothing to him Even if I shower him with information with authentic proof with documents the pictures even if I take him by force to the Soviet Union and show him concentration camp he will refuse to believe it until he is going to receive a kick in his fat bottom When the military booth crashes he is bold then he will understand but not before that That's the tragic of the situation of demoralization When his critics his balls I love this guy He tells it like it is That's Yuri Bezmenov and I got a couple of more cuts from him Hopefully you're enjoying what he's had to say or you're gleaning some value from it because in my opinion this is stuff we really really need to know If you don't know this stuff it's kind of like walking through the wilderness at night without night vision goggles But when you know you know it's an old saying from my dad el quesadilla And it's been nothing but truth in my life You have to know stuff because he who doesn't know just simply doesn't know Now Bezmenov goes on He talks about the ideological subversion he talks about the destabilization of a nation he talks about how the left is instrumental in this process of destabilizing a nation and this was back in 1984 So let's continue with the next clip The next stage is destabilization This time subverter does not care about your ideas and the patterns of your consumption whether you junk food and get fat and flour it doesn't matter anymore This time and it takes only from two to 5 years to destabilize the nation What matters is essentials economy foreign relations defense systems And you can see it quite clearly that in some areas in such sensitive areas defense and economy the influence of Marxist Leninist ideas in the United States is absolutely fantastic I could never believe it 14 years ago when I landed in this part of the world that the process will go that fast The next stage of course is crisis It may take only up to 6 weeks to bring a country to the verge of crisis You can see it in Central America now And after crisis with a violent change of power structure and economy you have so called the period of normalization It may last indefinitely Normalization is a cynical expression borrowed from Soviet propaganda when the Soviet tanks moved into Czechoslovakia in 68 covered version of said now the situation in brotherly Czechoslovakia is normalized This is what will happen in the United States if you allow all the schmucks to bring the country to crisis To promise people all kinds of goodies And the Paradise on earth to destabilize your economy to eliminate the principle of free market competition and to put a big brother government in Washington D.C. with the benevolent dictators like Walter Mondale who will promise lots of things Never mind whether the promises are fulfilled or not So never mind if the promises are fulfilled or not people promising things like I remember somebody who likes to say I got hairy legs right Good old Joe Ed Baba so Biden He once said that he was going to cure cancer Nobody holds him.
"joe ed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"News I'm a Martinez And I'm Rachel Martin New immigrants from Afghanistan are settling into their lives in the United States while thousands of others wait for a way out of Afghanistan Advocates worry that as the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine absorbs much of the world's attention Afghans who supported the U.S. Military in Afghanistan may be forgotten Steve Walsh is with member station KPBS in San Diego and he's got our story Joe would carry me watches on his phone a recent news report out of Afghanistan It shows a group of girls being turned away from the school He interprets the video for me Is your patient 5 months ago carry me arrived in San Diego with his wife and two boys Part of a growing number of Afghan refugees The world watches as the Russian invasion of Ukraine produces millions of refugees almost overnight but carry me in other Afghan refugees are still focused on the plight of their country Many are nervous that the U.S. will move on leaving thousands of people who work with the Americans stranded Some remain in hiding They are house going from this house to another house to hide them This is a big concern if they are forget and just something bad may happen to them Sean Van Dyck is part of a coalition of mainly veterans groups trying to bring Afghans who worked with the Americans to safety Afghan has been working with the Biden administration but Van Dyck says The White House has said very little publicly in months We're willing to bend over backwards to help Europeans that we haven't served with in the scale that we have with Afghans And that we've kind of taken our time on Afghans Folks with whom we serve for 20 years folks who stood by us on the battlefield Afghanistan didn't come up during the president's State of the Union address Van Dyck was particularly frustrated after the Biden administration announced that the U.S. would allow 100,000 Ukrainian refugees into the country Nobody's saying that we shouldn't be helping Ukrainians We all agree What we're saying is that it would be nice if folks who didn't look like us got the same help as folks who looked like us Advocates are still waiting for the administration to get behind a permanent status for thousands of Afghans like jawad karimi He was given a temporary status called humanitarian parole The only Steinberg with the refugee aid group Hayes says it doesn't fix their situation It's not a permanent status in any way It is not an immigration status It was very important in that it allowed a lot of people to get here very quickly and obviously time was of the essence But what has happened now is that they are here with no path to permanent sea Feinberg says the biggest problem isn't the shifting focus from one refugee crisis to another she says the previous administration gutted the U.S.'s refugee resettlement program It's a lot easier to wreck a program than it is to rebuild And so that's where we are now Slowly but surely building up an extraordinary progress is being made but it feels painfully slow for the individuals who are directly impacted Joe Ed viscera just received his green card which will allow him to use his degree in computer programming in San Diego He was beaten by the Taliban as he made his way to the Kabul airport with his family This was just days before the last American flight left One of them had the one pipe on their hand and they were beating on my back and my foot We escaped from there and somehow we entered to that airport He left behind two brothers who also worked with an American company He says the Taliban has searched their homes looking for proof that they work with the U.S. Our suggestion is that for the American government is that police help the pupil for the family of those who were helping the Afghan government that and also the American troops in Afghanistan Because for many Afghans time is running out For NPR news I'm Steve Walsh All right let's go now to the Texas Gulf Coast where folks recently laid eyes on a critter that as some in Texas might be fixing to say ain't from around these parts It's.
"joe ed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Afghanistan are settling into their lives in the United States while thousands of others wait for a way out of Afghanistan Advocates worry that as the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine absorbs much of the world's attention Afghans who supported the U.S. Military in Afghanistan may be forgotten Steve Walsh is with member station KPBS in San Diego and he's got our story Joe would carry me watches on his phone a recent news report out of Afghanistan It shows a group of girls being turned away from the school He interprets the video for me 5 months ago carry me arrived in San Diego with his wife and two boys Part of a growing number of Afghan refugees The world watches as the Russian invasion of Ukraine produces millions of refugees almost overnight but carry me in other Afghan refugees are still focused on the plight of their country Many are nervous that the U.S. will move on leaving thousands of people who work with the Americans stranded Some remain in hiding The house going from this house to another house to hide them This is a big concern if they are forget and just something bad may happen to them Sean Van Dyck is part of a coalition of mainly veterans groups trying to bring Afghans who worked with the Americans to safety Afghan ivac has been working with the Biden administration but Van Dyck says The White House has said very little publicly in months We're willing to bend over backwards to help Europeans that we haven't served with in the scale that we have with Afghans And that we've kind of taken our time on Afghans Folks with whom we serve for 20 years folks who stood by us on the battlefield Afghanistan didn't come up during the president's State of the Union address Van Dyck was particularly frustrated after the Biden administration announced that the U.S. would allow 100,000 Ukrainian refugees into the country Nobody's saying that we shouldn't be helping Ukrainians We all agree What we're saying is that it would be nice if folks who didn't look like us got the same help as folks who looked like us Advocates are still waiting for the administration to get behind a permanent status for thousands of Afghans like jawad carry me He was given a temporary status called humanitarian parole The only Steinberg with the refugee aid group haiya says it doesn't fix their situation It's not a permanent status in any way It is not an immigration status It was very important in that it allowed a lot of people to get here very quickly and obviously time was of the essence But what has happened now is that they are here with no path to permanent sea Feinberg says the biggest problem isn't the shifting focus from one refugee crisis to another she says the previous administration gutted the U.S. refugee resettlement program It's a lot easier to wreck the program than it is to rebuild And so that's where we are now Slowly but surely building up an extraordinary progress is being made but it feels painfully slow for the individuals who are directly impacted Joe Ed viscera just received his green card which will allow him to use his degree in computer programming in San Diego He was beaten by the Taliban as he made his way to the Kabul airport with his family This was just days before the last American flight left On their hand and they were beating on my back and my foot We escaped from them and somehow we entered to that airport He left behind two brothers who also worked with an American company He says the Taliban has searched their homes looking for proof that they work with the U.S. Our suggestion is that for the American government is that police help the people or for the family of those who are helping the Afghan government that and also the American troops in Afghanistan Because for many Afghans time is running out For NPR news I'm Steve Walsh All right let's go now to the Texas Gulf Coast where folks recently laid eyes on a critter that as some in Texas might be fixing to say ain't from around these parts It's.
Rich Valdes: Charlamagne Tha God Calls It Like He Sees It
"It makes me think very much like charlamagne the God who I don't always agree with but seems to be calling him the way he sees him When he says where's Trump and all of this Listen to this I'm hearing it I'm listening to you Man where's Trump They feel like they would rather get it wrong You know what At least we know what that is 'cause it's gassing us up I can not wait to see and I'm already watching it I'm watching Democrats start the campaign They're already like Hillary You got to go out there and vote Like democracy depends on it I'm like when y'all start governing like democracy depends on the real At least stop telling me that the death of democracy is upon us but you're not governing like it is Now he's a 100% right He's calling it out the way he sees it Kind of what I do because I think it's critically important for everybody to say look you know what The Democrat party has sold out black Americans which is a big part of their base They've sold out Hispanic Americans Joe Ed babuza Biden has jumped ship he's abandoned so much of what blue collar Democrats once stood
"joe ed" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Cable TV and social media You know these companies and personalities are making money by peddling lies and allowing misinformation that can kill their own customers and their own supporters It's wrong It's a moral I call on the purveyors of these lies and misinformation to stop it Stop it now Stop it Stop it now It sounds like my mom when I used to mess around and make jokes with my sister when we were at church at saint Edmunds on avenue And she would just look at something right now And I can't help but laugh because now you can hear his tone is starting to reach that fever pitch right He's about to blow up on some righteous indignation because Joe Ed by bos Biden has had enough stop your lies I got hairy legs Me and corn pop if you don't vote for me then you ain't black Right Come on man And here it is the doozy This is the one I've been waiting for the PS that I've already stunts Joe Biden at The White House today we're not trying to control your life Listen to this People are vaccinated or tested They're much less likely to get sick and less likely to spread into others Customers are more likely to come in and shop because they know it's a safe environment I don't know if vaccination requires no popular For many You know what I know I know that Joe Biden's unpopular I look at the polls every time they come out He's not doing very well folks God For those who are anxious to get them my administration has put them in place not to control your life but.
"joe ed" Discussed on The Bible and Coffee
"Got all this going on and then joab he's david's nephew. He's as commander in chief. He's a scoundrel is killed his son. He's killed his son and he's kind of been relieved of his commander ship. Oh yes i'm forgetting yes. He was relieved a bat. David puts What's his name in his off. I must say yes. He was a mazda in his place which was joab cousin who also kills and he kills him but that's a story right before the woman. Thanks so they're actually so they're joab amaafuza is after sheba. Us but you know. He's not pursue any but he's not aggressive. The king says you bahir in three days in any doesn't show up you don't know how long and then he finally meets up with joe ed down the trail somewhere you know. We don't know how many days it's being enjoy of his like you can drop us. Pulled another one out on the other side cow greeting him higra and because of yeah and he killed him and leaves his guts out there and he goes on. And you know it's it's kind of interesting. Because i think what what posit even in the story but it's kind of amazing to it's kind of an inside of who joab was. Because he kills him he leaves his guts out on the ground and one of his officers has to go win in taking off the row corrode road. Because you're stopping in yet. What do we call that today. They're talking or what do you call that. What is that for him. Brian not work. But that's what they were doing. An enduring Hey you know who are you gonna follow now. I'm also said. Are you going to me. And david. And i notice in the ba- like it's joab david like he. He says that to me. Says i'm in verse. Eleven of chapter twenty one of his men stood beside a moss and said whoever favors joab and whoever is for david let him follow like the king. David is not even put in first place. Joab his officers like okay. Why are you gonna follow him. And the king. It should have been. Are you going to follow the king because now joab is obviously in charge because he killed someone rot. I would think of it. Do you think the soldiers were aware of all that had happened. I mean they head to now. He was relieved of command in masa was in charge and now that he's done. You know okay so anything. If if i'm going if i'm walking down the road in our see moss's guts all over the place. I'm going to be like to iraq. Everybody looked to your right. Got new we're gonna command or let's hear your you know and then by the time the however many there are they get to the inner like. Hey wasn't there no. We saw him. Did you see the blood. Did you see blood draw. I saw the. I'm watch idea could drag that body. There's gonna be blood still absolutely so so it's all there so so we get to this and this one i told you this is one of my favorite stories because i love this woman and i remember teaching this story and i get to this part in. It's like these are not the stories. We talk about in sunday school. No they're not this story. Yes because obviously remembered hearing that couldn't remain out about it so ends we're going to start in verse. Fourteen of chapter twenty is this sheba. Pass through all of israel to abel beth maka in through the entire region of the I'm gonna say barret barrett betts who gathered together and followed him. All the troops with joab came besieged..
"joe ed" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Primaries which you're probably figuring out now having run myself is there's no party delineation In other words a Republican Party primary everybody's a Republican It doesn't say anything this is Joe Ed Herrera butler whatever it may be So you find it out now that the name ID right That's the hardest part isn't it That's why I'm trying to help candidates out around the country because if they don't recognize your name it's best said as a foil In a general election right They don't have to know your name A lot of people just aren't voting for the Democrats because they're commies you know They don't have that luxury in a primary So you find in the name ID that's the tough part isn't it It really is yeah So when we finally get rid of Jamie heard about there it'll be her 12th year in office She's got a good deal of name ID And really like you said I mean the Republican voters out here We're really held hostage I think by rhinos because they have that R by their name And the Democrats out here in the northwest are so insane from Portland or Seattle that people just say okay whoever whoever would have Republican name I know I'm going to vote for that because the alternative is clearly insanity So that's what we're trying to penetrate through right now is just let everyone know that Jimmy Rivera butler voted for the impeachment of president Trump and all her other horrible votes like the southern border And that there is an America first alternative and that's joke and we're talking to Joe Kent KE and T folks It's our job now you know Joe had the guts to put his name on a ballot It's our job now to get his name out there Name IDs as hard as problem We just submitted we both ran I know how it is It's our job to help You gotta spread the word And the way to spread the word is to take this audio from this interview whatever it may be go to his website and then send it to ten people I don't care if you do it on Twitter parler get her a gab Facebook I don't care how you do it You do that you'll get his name out there and tell people this is your guy We gotta start getting good solid red blooded Republicans in there care about American values Joe you were a green beret I see That is extremely impressive I mean the work ethic to get through that school is I have a very close friend I mean seriously it's the hardest thing you've ever done in your life I can't imagine anything more difficult than that Yeah as far as training went it was pretty difficult There's definitely the physical the physical element there but then you're constantly having to make these decisions on the fly There's a lot of unconventional warfare And then at the end they make you learn a language So it was quite the experience but it was looking back on it I have fond memories at the time It was very difficult Well you're very humble about it Joe Yeah So I'm sorry laughing by producers in my ears At the beginning of the show Joe we were playing this ridiculous video at a North Korea the North Korean marines you know communist bashing themselves over the head with wood to show us how tough they are Joe listen I'll take our green berets any day of the week and twice on Sunday against people who smash themselves in the head with wood That just strikes me as stupid not necessarily tactically efficient but that's for another day I want to get this one final question before I let you go again we're talking to Joe Ken running for Congress out of Washington and spread the word folks Joe Kent for Congress The spending crisis is out of control Joe You're seeing it now We're printing a lot of money and the scam is this The treasury needs money to spend we don't have They don't have enough tax dollars So they go to the Federal Reserve right The treasury then brings basically the Federal Reserve prints a bunch of money to buy their notes from the treasury It's just one big scam It's a way to move debt from one pocket to another with a fake IOU You know we're in a crisis here If you get to Congress you know would you support a balanced budget amendment and things like that so we can get a control over our finances So we don't hand our kids a bankrupt country It really disturbs me Yes that has to be our number one priority to balance budget going through and cutting a lot of the government ways We take way more we take more than enough taxes from the American people as it is right now And then like you said the inflation is out of control When we have this massive amount of inflation but we really gutted our ability to produce things in this country We're a 100% relying on controlling our status as a primary reserve currency holder in China If they want to they could start challenging that by stopping from buying off our debt bonds I think that that is the number one it's a national security issue but then it's also a moral issue because the way that we've stripped manufacturing from this country it's really taken away the ability for people to leave school not going to a bunch of student debt and then to get a job is going to help them maintain a family That's how this globalist mentality that we've had for the last 30 years from Republicans and some Democrats It is absolutely gutted by our nation And that's something we have to get on a wartime footing to fix Yes balance the budget bring back the manufacturing and protectionist trade policies bring back the America first agenda that president Trump was actually starting to see some successes from We actually saw working class wages rise between 2017 and 2019 We need to bring that back on steroids Yeah we saw a lot of companies relocate a lot of their business operations back here and then reinvest a lot of money back in the United States Joe unfortunately I'm out of time you're an impressive guy with an amazing resume Well have you back if you'd be willing to do it and good luck in that race out in Washington's third right Washington's third congressional district That's right Washington folks Washington three Joe Kent for Congress dot com thanks Joe We'll talk to you soon Thank you Dan appreciate it You got it Folks I was Joe Kent we're gonna be doing this often trying to bring you candidates out there who we think represent the cause The primaries are where it's at We don't get rid of the rhinos first We really win Rhino we're a Democrat You're screwed either way The primaries are where it's at Stem on Geno you listen to damn bongino show We'll be right back.
"joe ed" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Deflect negative criticism. She seems her recognize. Ed's future importance in the place of us art history and she documented his work both as a matter of bookkeeping and just to have a really thorough record as he completed paintings. She entered each one into a detailed log. She kept an account book that described the work and included all the relevant data about it. The date that it was started and completed the arrangements of any loan outs that may have sometimes hopper would write the paintings. Titles in the book. But joe would always annotate it with a description of the image to make it clear what the painting actually was. She was also pretty aware that her husband had found his footing as an artist and made a name for himself in his career that she had gone in the opposite direction. She wrote quote for the female of the species. It's a fatal thing for an artist to marry her. Consciousness is too much disturbed. She can no longer live sufficiently within herself to produce. But it's hard to accept this if you've looked at any of edward hopper's paintings from after he and josephine became romantically involved. You have seen joe. Although she didn't always look like herself she really became his only model. So whether you're seeing an usher in a movie theater in new york movie or the woman drinking late night. Coffee with a gentleman and the diner in nighthawks. That's all joe. There's speculation that just as he was jealous of her in so many ways. This might have been something that joe insisted on due to her own jealousies about her husband but also seems that to some degree. This was a way for joe to be part of her husband's success that she wasn't being allowed successive her own. Yes she also seemed to just enjoy that. Like in those moments she became the focus of his. He paid attention to her in a way. That was not unkind. She wrote about being very very proud of posing for him of being part of his work in that way and she really did seem to love this aspect of their lives. She and ed collaborated on the back stories of the characters that she inhabited for his work even giving them character names. That only they knew. We're going to get into some of the darker aspects of joe ed's marriage so before we do we're gonna take a break and have a word from the sponsors that let us keep telling stories like this one. Oh hang you. It's nicole laugh in new york times. Bestselling author the only financial expert. You don't need a dictionary to understand and the host of the daily podcast money rehab. So here's the deal. I'm going to rehab your money so that you can get your financial life together once and for all it's a step program you may be on step one. I've been struggling with debt for like over ten years. Were you may beyond steph. 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This shows him literally like a saint complete with a halo. It looks like a cartoon version of a painting of a saint. You might see while. Joe is made to look like an irate. Tiny pixie haranguing him. Their relationship was strained even more when joe who was frustrated started to casually share details of their life with some ed's colleagues and patrons since she was handling of his business she noted when he was lethargic and not productive or even just that he wasn't feeling well they had started visiting south truro on cape cod and the summers and they decided to build a house there in the nineteen thirties. And of course this came with its own stresses particularly during the construction and as their strange often. Abrasive dynamic had developed over the years it had also as we mentioned earlier grown physically violent in her journals. Joe describes the two of them getting into altercations really regularly when they closed up their greenwich studio and may of nineteen thirty four for the summer. She references the tense pre travel situation between the two of them in her journal. Writing quote e. feeling watched all his symptoms to the four all negotiation. And prohibition i driven to scratch and bite. He hinders one. So his insistent. Driving in the spurs. Every time i glance at my list when their tenth anniversary arrived there wasn't really a celebration and two days. Later Ed suggested that he could drive to pick up his mother and sister to visit their newly finished house in south truro. She had been hoping the house. It'd be done in time for them to have a party in. That did not work out. She was so frustrated at the idea that in the midst of still moving and getting the how settled he thought it would be fine for her to also have to cook for and look after guests. That joe rowe to a friend all of this. It is also tied up in how angry ed seemed to get when she found a bolt of inspiration to paint so as I'm reading this excerpt from this letter. Know that she's kind of like merging these two issues they're having into one sh rates quote. Ed is the very center of my universe. If i'm on the point of being very happy he sees to it that. I'm not if i am happy. Ever and not too exhausted. I might want to paint. He's better fed more blindly fed during the infrequent periods. When i do paint. But it riles him. She also wrote to his family and said that it was just a really bad time for visitors which caused more strife between them. Joe writes us things to send to a darker place between them where violence is a lot. More common that quote if he cuffs al scratch. What else is there to do in protest. Edward as we mentioned earlier was a lot larger than joe was about twice her size in weight. In addition to being much taller she wrote that she quote always found tolman exciting. Not when they use that extra span of arm linked to swap me though edward additionally was constantly critical of joe's painting and when he experienced a creative block that criticism became more cruel and this wounded her deeply. She wrote that being hit by him was quote. Not as bad as meanness there is also really quite a sad metaphor that evolved between wife and husband regarding their work didn't have kids and they started calling their paintings their children which sounds kind of cute on the surface. And if you don't have context but as josephine starts to use this metaphor to describe her own work. The disparity of equality in their marriage becomes clear. She starts calling her own paintings little bastards and stillborn infants and talks about how she's not in a mental space where she can produce a healthy anything and she describes them to galleries as not being very good but adds that she loves them just like a mother. Wood ed's paintings. She refers to as heirs joe's journal entries as she and ed reached twenty years of marriage. Together are just deeply heartbreaking. She recognizes the loss of her life to a marriage that seemed to bring neither herself nor her husband much joy in a letter to a friend. She wrote that she had kept her news out of the art world and that she quote has come through with absolutely nothing she also wrote about how she felt that ed had always controlled her. It had come out at this point in their marriage that he had wished that she would have just stopped painting when they married and she felt completely betrayed by this she wrote quote he certainly knew all the subtle ways of killing the art instinct in me the shock of learning that he had any such wish way back when we were first married nearly did the things incredible so unspeakably low down and so in direct contradiction of all his attitude before we married. The ghastliness of this one can't quite ever outlive. Joe is in her early sixties at that time and seeing her husband's struggled to find inspiration. She grew even sadder that she had given up so much of herself in his interest. She wrote quote. I've probably changed. I used to have so many friends. But then i've been seeing only his friends of late years and people annoyed at him turning them down on juries to take it out on me. Naturally she knew the pain of not being selected by her husband on a jury he had also turned down her work in a similar situation when the couple marked twenty five years of marriage together. Joe said that they should get a quote quad quadir a medal for distinguished combat. Ed in response created a code arms for them featuring a rolling pin and a ladle in reference to household items that they had used to strike one another in her journal at the time she notes sadly all that she felt she had lost in their quarter century together writing quote time passing passing. Drop by drop of one's life blood hair grain fashions changing an entirely new slant on art rampant and twenty five years of my life. Gone when joe is seventy five. She got us spring exhibit at a gallery run by herman gulag ten of her paintings included and she was elated to see all of her pieces together on what she called quote such a beautiful serene wall also myself and the pictures feel. They've gone to heaven hopper did not go to the opening. He said that his back was bothering him. But in a turnabout of some of his earlier assessments of joe's paintings edwards said that hers was the only good work in the showing. He sent several catalogs from the show to friends and press with notes about joe's work. Joe was described as ecstatic anytime. She visited the gallery and she would twirl around and delight. Her work was featured in the christian. Science monitor and the villager and reviews noted her paintings as transforming and elevating the scenes of domestic interiors. We have quoted a whole lot from joe's journals and it is often really unpleasant and to be honest. I left out some of the more upsetting parts because you get the idea but as often the case in unhealthy relationships when there is abuse there is often codependency and people can become convinced that their love is more important than any of the other stuff even when that other stuff is just awful and this is also reflected in joe's ratings she wrote things like quote. Ed is the very center of my universe. It's such blessedness. That edward. And i have each other surely will be allowed to go when he does. It seems that from the very beginning. Joe nicholson and edward hopper. Were so terribly mismatched. And they brought out the absolute worst in each other but they also never entertain the thought of just not being together and that conflict of love and hate was also something that joe was definitely grappling with. She also wrote quote. I can scarcely stand. Eh but how possibly live without him. She did live without him. But only briefly. Edward hopper died on may fifteenth nineteen sixty seven in their apartment at three washington square north. He was eighty five ten months later on march. Sixth nineteen sixty eight josephine hopper also died. She was buried with her husband in his hometown of nyack new york and when she died joe left the entire body of her work. And ed's to the whitney museum of american art this was a massive bequeaths men including three thousand pieces but this kind of turned out to be a tragedy of its own because for a long time. A lot of jobs work was lost because the museum didn't see her as the important artist. There was a list of her work but a lot of the paintings themselves. No one could find. Some of joe's work was attributed actually to ed and some of her pieces about eight dozen. We're kind of given away as gifts to various places like office buildings and hospitals however while researching joe for a book in two thousand writer elizabeth thompson. Leary found two hundred of her paintings. Still in the basement of the whitney even now though it's hard to find joe's work online. I know when i was looking for artwork to share in our social media for this did not find a lot. The whitney has to on their website. One is a watercolour portrait of bertram hartman. The other is an undated oil painting of wilted flowers titled obituary. Both of them beach your cats as secondary elements to the composition. Maybe that is a nod to the long lost arthur. Other paintings have surfaced including in a large gift to the province town art association and museum in twenty sixteen which included art by both joe and ed and the museum has since mounted an exhibit of their work in tandem. That gift came from a private collector. In recent years is joe story has become more well known there have been a few additional exhibitions of her work including one at the edward hopper house art center in nyack in two fourteen. If you're interested in reading more of joe's journals they're quoted extensively by art historian and author gail levin in her book edward hopper an intimate biography. Y- those journals are not publicly available. She got access to them in the archives. Were they are And it's interesting. Because it's a extensively a biography of edward hopper but it really is very much about the two of them and is kind of the first instance where joe's story really plays out through her own words very frustrating episode. Yeah workout which. He'll talk about some more behind the scenes. i'm sure. Do you have some listener. Mail idea and i wanted to do a funny one because this was such a bummer episode. This is from our listeners. Jessica towards hi tracey and holly. I recently listened to the unearth july edition. And you're related behind the scenes episode. I was tickled by. You're passionate discussion of library. Fines and can definitely relate by the way but it also reminded me of a library story of my own many years ago. I was living with a boyfriend from washington state when he had been in school in spokane. He had gone with a friend to get a library card at the local library. And for some reason. I think having to do with proper id. They refused to give him a library card. This became a big joke amongst his friends. He the most mild-mannered guy was too dangerous. Suspicious to be issued a library card. Many moons leader. He accompanied me to the library of congress where i was getting a reader's card to do some research for a paper. I was writing for law school since he was there. And i think they wouldn't let him come with me unless he had one. He applied for readers cardis well and got one as soon as we left. 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"joe ed" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Is gary. Vr experience out getting ready to take yourself off mute as well. Thanks joe ed gerry. I from okc area hours after your time at the moment. In seventy evening I'm running videos the blog rich. It's grim all and we have thirty. Getting and i'll be delighted. Burston links to game. Are you sure you're not in my office. My friend I would love to be confronted them. Thanks for being here. Thanks bye now to seattle washington. Jeremy whose agony. Be bringing up the ceo's into the forties of the next few months. Jeremy winning say hi to gary. Thanks to good morning. Gary jeremy hill From seattle run a company called b. capital we invest make credit investments across the sme landscape across the country in talking to joe james for awhile and have a one of our portfolio companies ryan along with today so happy to share some time real pleasure. My friend with that ryan in rice. Excel off mutants. That had to gator gary brian hogan co founder and ceo at hunter killer I know that sounds pretty pretty crazy. But we send immersive murder mysteries each month episodically and we are. We have our eyes on digital rick. Major and down here in kelly. We've got russell mcdonald. russell's gary wearing. How's it going russell mcdonald i m a mortgage broker in austin bay. Area pleasure russell. Thanks for being part of this in in california's well we've got feeling ill and say hi. You're on mute. Money gary this is still in and I'm from berry as well. We run a direct to consumer dental product. Company called jest into lab. We make custom guard for people who grind their teeth at night very important product. Yeah help people sleep. Better real pleasure. We've got ason jamie is jamie santa. Hey gary you doing buddy ason jamie here pleasure to guys we ron eskimo media out of long island york and we help. Businesses grow their revenue through social media marketing and we are pumped to be here and learn. let's go back and we'll start with george over in bulgaria. Your got your moment in the sun. Gary i'm gonna go ahead and say we're gonna try a for twelve minutes but bear with me so george go ahead nassar financial pressures for deity jolt gary first of all Saudi timing so nervous. Second of all congrats on the video. You most only stick. Anthony overdoing me up for the g. grid excited about it. Look at about To do a lot of them seeing didn't you to do what he listed. Welcome to will be the best in the world. i don't really have too many shoes by heft to austrian. Both of our generation goes to corpulence business the first of all always need generating that so appropriate saved the us invented. He's slated law so if to find a way stool create these great salesperson and strategy the In my skill is obviously based on what you do take agents. 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And then we have Let's say loa types at the bottom so that that french yard in the middle. So i think i think that the the way to think about it a couple of things one. You're only as if you're not going to waste not going after experienced agents or going after experience agents right to me. I'm always going to go after not experience with a couple of experience so you get a couple of experienced because you need it but i would spend all my time and energy on the training so that you could take literally dried. Bushy tailed people. That just want to get into it. What i've noticed from a lot of real estate brokerages is that they don't have a good training program and they're not committed to it. The rolling the dice said. They're hoping they get good people. They're not cultivating good people. So the way i would do it is. I would spend more money than most people would expect one to three or or me. George me gary. I mean a lot more time training people. Most people don't wanna do that because they always worry that will train them up and they get good. They might leave. It's a waste of time. The problem is you're in the business of people right. That's the problem. I have been in media. Stop me right. And when you're a good person use the right thing you can have a situation like. I have with joe and many people my company where people stay a long time just a couple of years. So that's the real answer to attracting talent. I think you this. You can get a lot more. People that are raw. Wanna get in where you have to spend more money than you're spending or your tyke is on the cultivating of people. Not johnny's not johnny's not. Good you gotta end when you know. The bottom five aren't good. You need to turn them and get rid of them in a nice way in a human way but they're taking too much. Energy rolled the message. And this machine of attracting of electing. I mean that's that's that's easy and our al explain. 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"joe ed" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Two hours after that that him and him in iowa wrapping up and somebody drove by some girls. And a guy like joe. Ed lee come out like what the fuck. It's time to get out of here. Everything was pointing that direction. You know lee was making good money. You know we were doing good things together. But we weren't happy. We just weren't happy. you think. lee. Just mysteriously lost andrea pounds. He was just carried. That was the only way he was suppressing. What he was feeling he was in pain from what. I'm getting from this therapist hours in pain at first i was like i think this lady's crazy but then i started looking. I started looking at the lives at comics have to live and the way these agents remember being over his shooting the fucking soprano movie and these agents kept calling me. So what do you want to do about this date. What he wants to do about this date. I don't wanna do nothing. i just miss you. Soprano movie that's what's in front of me. That's what fuck in front of me. Let me tell you something for you. Young comics. I'm going to be the best advice in the world and i'm thinking of writing a book on the fucking subject. Stay an open mic as much as you can wear that label and wear it proudly where that open mic label proudly go out have a great time. Drink do drugs. Get you dick sucked. That's what it means to be an open mic to get into comedy. Get your click together. Get you four or five guys. You live and breathe for like. I hadn't seattle with josh wolff. And brody tena minu and you know we just had a home. Little fucking click. That's comedy that's real comedy. That's comedy from the heart. You make fifty dollars. You barely pay your rent as as as miserable as that lifestyle sounds. It's so much fun. I had a great time. In seattle is an open mic slash beginning to feature act. And let me tell you some. I had a great time when i got to the store. I mean knock on wood. She passed me had a great time. It was where i belong. I was having a great time. Then they pay fifteen dollars a spot guy but it's a college you're learning. I'm following paul mooney. I'm talking to rogue and i met dice. I mean all this was great. You know all those early movies had a great time getting them. Nobody wanted to talk to me as a stand up fuck you. I'm you're not gonna stop me. You know just because you don't like my stand up to dirty. I do this with my hand all. We can't put him in montreal. Fuck you. I never wanted to be a part of that and i didn't know it. I remember bobby. Slayton inviting me to montreal. He said. I'll sneak into the dirty show. I took a flight to detroit. And i was going to connect from detroit. I was sneaking the canada. Try there was a comic. That had a showing candy. Said he gave me in. I could get the montreal on my own. And i'll never forget waking up and going. I'm not going to montreal. I was invited. I'm going to go up down. Like a desperado and go on stage and try to do what what am i gonna get from going up there this. What am i missing. If they don't want me there. I don't fucking belong there and i'll never forget like the call on the airline and go. Listen i'm not going to fuck but my friend on forget about my going why i said i'm not talking gone and i remember that. That was a comedy club down. The corner was an african american. Comedy club named cocoa's comedy club. And i walked in there and i listen. I'm here for a couple of days. Do you mind if i pop. And she was cool as fuck. She let me pop in to meet some brothers. It was a great three days. There was a lot better than me going montreal. Because i didn't belong at and then when i went to la listening you people forget was in two thousand nine. After i got married i was done i was done. I'd seen it for what it was. I moved into the valley had friends that were gonna put me in that tv shows. I got a call from greg garcia last week. I'm going to pittsburgh. in september to shoot. three episodes of his show with cristina. p. is in. It is new shelf amazon. You know. I have friends that a writers and i'll just take spoons whenever they call me up and go you wanna play a fucking rape. I'm in what do i fuck. It's three days. I get insurance and i eat my see some people and that's all i wanna fuck and do but no. The podcast revolution came in. I got into and yes. It was very interesting. I i it was very funny but i think my me putting my heart on the line and telling you everything about me donaldson. Ten years later people started taking that and using it against me and emails and videos. You got these guys. Now that have shows based on what people say and they analyze you and meanwhile they don't even have a fucking talent. They can't even play the fucking flute. They can't even play a fucking cowbell. And that judging you. So i don't know what the fuck has happened to comedy. What the fuck but one conclusion came out of this week. I don't want to be involved in that no more. I'm going to put up regular fucking tweets. now. I can put up. Lick my balls sniff. My asshole i don't have to worry about fucking dates. Am i saying i'm not gonna do comedy again. No i'm not saying that. I'm not doing comedy that style no more. I'm not doing comedy that style trying to figure out what to do with my life and the agents. I'm acting were doing a podcast on tuesday. We signed the contract for the fucking book up to chapter nine. We got till march of twenty twenty two to handle it in because there's so much fucking material with doing an audio book so i have so many other things going on plus the maintain. I'm a father to a little girl this week. I had to do something that i thought. I'd never have to do wednesday. I don't know what was going on upstairs. All i know is i went upstairs and my wife was crying on the bet. And what happened. And she's just went off on. 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"joe ed" Discussed on The Bower Show Podcast
"In a pretty solid match the rim division and then the fatal five way match the nfc championship defending colorado adam. Cole jennifer gone on. Pete done i had adam cole. Don trade colorado and carrying cross did get the victory and retain the next championship Really good fatal five way match. These guys put on a clinic. How these types of matches it go incredible work by all five men. I really liked the finish with colorado having the submission. Hold on adam cole. Only have carrying cross Do the chokehold to On kyle riley to relinquish the hold on adam cole and then passing out to get the victory really really fun match out trae great fatal five way your thoughts. Here's karen cross retains yet normally. I hate odd number bed matching. Because there's all like i don't like triple breads and i don't like five ways because there's always one guy outside of the loop there's always an odd man out and the way they did this match to explain why the odd person always kind of out made a ton of sense whether it you know carrying cross getting suplex on the table or the double power bomb on the table to take him out of the equation like set it up so well It was great. I love the. I love the match. I love the finish it was. It was a fantastic match. In you. know for a five-way matches might have been one of the best five waves. I've seen in the last twenty years. I mean it was generally well. Yeah i i agree with you i. It's it was An absolute clinic on how fail. Five-match should go and take over in your house prediction records. I went three and two went. Four and one are pay per view prediction records for this year. i'm senate fifty-seven and twenty-three traces at fifty fifty-six to twenty four so neck and neck here match the night event rating my match night was the fatal five away with carrying across colorado adam. Cole johnny gargano pete done my vent rating out detroit. I gave it a three point. Eight out of five. Very very solid fun entertaining. Show this past sunday. What say you match the night venerating. Magin i was the five way. It was fantastic I was at a three. I was almost forced a three point. Nine the only thing keeping from a forward i mercedes martinez magic that match just a little bit better or had a better build up it would have easily been a four point. Oh if not higher. Yeah good night for annex t- It's it's always been the blueprint for like these pay per view shows. I feel like it's still missing the crowd. They had a much bigger crowd. Dr troy which was great to see. Then we're starting to ease back into normal here. But i mean we say it's time and time again like literally the last time there was a bad and xy takeover even during this pandemic era professional wrestling. I mean it was really well thought on Definitely agents had a whole different energy to it so i if the pandemic era wrestling without big full crowd in there and everything else i just thought it was really well done and i was at no point other than zion lee mercedes martinez mash. Was i just kind of like board and looking away like everything else. I was looking because every other match had great intensity or a great story to it or something else is a kind of carry me through without the live crowd helping that energized. Thought it was really really well done from top to bottom. That's well said. I think if If i could replace no disrespect to the to Mercedes martinez anxiety. Even though it's going to come off this way. If i can take their match and switch it with chopper and thatcher versus grizzly young veterans in a tornado. Tag this past. Tuesday this this takeover to me is over a four like that was that would be a great show. And that's what. I meant before but designedly mercedes martinez match. It's like this felt like more of a build up towards an annex television match than it was a takeover the the few kind of came out of nowhere. It was a great platform for zaia lee. Antion cha to be showcased. But it just felt out of place like it's maybe a takeover to really mercedes martinez to Be showcasing their skills but nonetheless. Nfc takeover in your house in the books a fun show once again this past sunday night. big news In annex t there were rumors about this shortly after our podcast wrapped up last week That samoa joe was reportedly heading back to dividend. We heard it over the weekend and then leading up to the show or post and actually takeover in your house you have william regal same at something needs to change. There was pandemonium Throughout the entire night and chaos You hear that some joe's backstage so much Who who's released back in april the like the wednesday after wrestlemainia. Um and samoa. Joe makes his return to debbie annex. T this past tuesday. Night to be an enforcer of sorts for an exceed general manager william regal who originally offer the gm role to joe before being sidelined man. I'm so happy that samoa joe's back into who i mean. This was a absolute crucial mistake by wbz to let him go. He was fantastic as an announcer Great as an entering performer. Fantastic as a performer. In general. i'm always entertained by samoa. Joe he fits the what what. You're looking for an annex t as well the the attitude that the style His in ring career is kind of a question mark right now some to think some think that he hasn't been medically cleared which is why he hasn't been back in due to concussions. Or or what have you. Maybe his career is over for all we know But he could have gone a w he could've gone back to impact wrestling how they were teasing him for surgery next month. What's now won't happen. Dr try but like he's just such an asset. I don't know if he's going to be doing something in the performance center but dividend should never let this guy go. I think he should be me for for life. If i'm the ones writing the checks for debbie so very happy for samoa joe to be back your thoughts here so mojo back and deputy and back with an day i think it was a calculated risk on wbz part because you know joe as an announcer is incredible. But he's probably still on a wrestler contract which pays a lot more than that announcer. And if you can't get medically cleared you gotta have a guy sitting there making a lot of money doing it out. And that's thing kind of interesting can't russell and you just a different pay scale for that But i think it's calculated risk like let's see if he can add medically cleared somewhere to wrestle and he wants to do that. More power to we are daughters. Won't do it But to bring him back into the fold in this role where he's going to be on screen. He's going to be the muscle. He can't do anything unless he's provoked. It's always gonna tease tension with any. He'll that they want to run that with great move. Megan our of the performance center. And when you look at inex- and you're like man performance enters got coaches like shawn michaels. Samoa joe like those guys alone can teach anybody any aspect of wrestling. They want to go with along with the other coaches they have. They're just a phenomenal group. really forward to the other. Use them because this also shows how much hunter and sean value a guy like joe that they can figure out a way to bring him into the fold. That hasn't been featured to samoa joe russell match in two thousand twenty one an x. Say they were what six months in. So i'm gonna say no I'm gonna go with that. Maybe in twenty twenty one to me right now. If if he hasn't gotten cleared the first six months of the year why pushes let him let him get fully healthy. And you know using begin. Twenty twenty one. It spikes remember. When i came exte- there was talk of you. Know they wanted t and joe ed James storm where those kind of guys they had talked about being annexed lifers to bill exte- around and now here we are.
"joe ed" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast
"Like I had muscles opened it up in. No ma'am it's to me now. I had Think it was a friday oysters. When i was in louisiana and not a fan however prepared on remember chris i love all those actually just had muscles the other day actually like yesterday for lunch so i love that shit. That shit's awesome so yeah it is. I had muscles in a curry sauce at indian restaurant. Shits hell you book you monkey little girls any bills. Have any food thing they to bring up before we wrap speaking of crawfish. This is all going so our guys joe chris. There's crawfish restaurant where stromboli is used to be any further where the smoke house is going. I'm going go. let's go down. Gimme another week and a half and act. We all go. That doesn't mean you're events. I never said invincible. But we can all go. I mean you're more invincible than i am over here with. Jay got to g j night as long as you don't have side effects you're good bye. Monkey love you know. And i mean it's it's only like fifty percent effective so i'm the one that's most at risk to still get get covid. Though it will be a mild form of that we can order it and eat at joe's now safer i'm the one that's most rinsed. They'll get covid. That's okay you stay in washington. John can hang out with worshiping tin. I got an idea john. You can hang out with us and we'll send you to order everything. Just i'd wear masks stay. No no you're going. Eat through a mask. He has with a straw. These curbing to she's machinegun. Her mom risky That wraps up the more you know this week at no better in our food preferences weird oddities with food foods catch up on hot dogs yes one stake fuck you could. Shit joe ed's this are still the same topic. Has anybody tried any of the new challenges I'm i'm talking about like the nacho cheese and you dip a snickers in it haven't tried to try i know. Yeah so there's a bunch of different challenges like flaming hot cheetos with milk. I did stat one like a bowl of cereal. Yeah yeah so. There's like doing that. During the nacho cheese with snickers and there's another one with natella in tuna lord it sounds disgusting but there's people that have tried it that said it's very very good..
"joe ed" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES
"That other foot of water wasn't there. We pulled the guns off the boats into the water that was waist deep. We started in with pfc. And the other marines. Pulling our guns machine gunfire really began at the reef. We could see the peer that extended to the reefs edge to our front and to the right. We were all scared. But we kept moving in quote lieutenant. Elrod spread his squad's along a frano about fifty yards and make sure they kept proper spacing between each other. Lieutenant elrod watch splashes from machine gun rounds and noted that the enemy was using the textbook. Interlocking firepower pattern along redesignated fire-lanes the japanese fired in bursts. And few rounds. And then they stop. Lieutenant elrod move. Just watch right. After where the rounds were splashing and then held up his hands for them to haul when the firing stop. Lieutenant elrod motion his men to resume their advance in his company. Mates crossed three bands of fire using this method. The thirty seven millimeter guns that were being pulled by the individual marines. Were under water. Most of the entire way in the gunners had watch for holes in the reef some of which were substantial weighted down by quick and thirty seven. Millimeter ammunition the marines out front pulling the guns dropped sometimes into depressions before the guns. It was nearly impossible to climb out of one. Bella marines often grabbed the submerge. Man's packers jacket and simply yanked him out they would then then manure the gun around the whole the path the shore therefore was not straight. Pfc all in his platoon was able to guide on the long pier to their assigned landing area on red beach. Three which just to the left of the peer. Keep in mind ladies and gentlemen all while doing this all while they're dragging these thirty seven millimeter guns on wheels. they're underwater. they're being fired on by heavy japanese. Defensive fire spf. See all approach. The shore japanese mortar burst and artillery rounds. Join small arms and machine fire in places. The water seemed to boil with enemy fire and the water was tinged red with the blood of wounded marines near the beach. Lieutenant elrod man past the dead and the wounded in the water and kept moving toward the shore. Lieutenant rotted his marines hall their guns ashore and collapsed behind the coconut law. They were spent from exhausted wading through the water and pulling physically pulling the heavy guns incredibly the four four gun crews had suffered no casualties of to that point baton elrod was ordered to get or the wall and start moving inland with his gones. A japanese tank was observed. Maneuvering to the east. Which spurred other marines the help lieutenant elrod gun crews get the heavy thirty seven millimeter guns up and over the seawall as the thirty seven. Millimeter guns that lieutenant elrod and pfc all had in their possession. Were the only thing that could take on the japanese tanks taking one tank under fire. Pfc and the other gun or score a couple of hits and the japanese vehicle with drew then the platoon of thirty seven millimeter guns including pfc. All move forward under fire. It was difficult to pull the guns in the sand almost as difficult it was to pull them underwater and the gun crews did not get farther than about fifty yards inland. There were plenty of targets for the thirty seven millimeter. Guns and the gunners began firing into japanese bunkers and japanese pill boxes the m three thirty seven millimeter gun was accurate enough to fire through a bunkers firing apertures otherwise the japanese forfeit were so stout the thirty seven millimeter rounds. Had little of that lieutenant elrod catoon took position on the front line. To the right of captain orlando palace. F company and to the left of ee company. This was in the elbow of the second. Battalion's line were bent from south to west and once it was edition lieutenant l. Rodman dug in their guns rifleman pointed out targets and the gunners took them under fire using mostly high explosive rounds. The intense enemy fire made communication impossible with anyone except those in immediate proximity. Lieutenant elrod decided to split his platoon later. Stated i put sergeant ramsey in charge of the number three number four guns. They were facing more to the south. We were almost at right angles. He ran out of two of his guns and i ran the other. Two mine were oriented to the west and to the east we will check in with each other a couple times a day but we operated independently. Dr guns twenty or thirty yards apart. We covered a space of about seventy five to one hundred yards. We had a lot around a lot of machine gun and rifle rounds. That hit the shield of the gun. It was about a quarter of an inch thick and a good rate of american steel. The main problem wasn't it wasn't high enough to protect the heads of the gunner and the loader one of my marines named private first class joe ed all was hit by around that came over in into his helmet knocked a piece of his skull out as big as the palm of your hand leaving the brain exposed. I knew he didn't have a chance. And i wasn't going to risk three or four other guys to get him back behind the sea wall. I just covered him up with a poncho and he lasted about thirty minutes. You never regained consciousness before he died in only two members of the weapons company. Eight marines were ultimately listed as killed in action. On terawatt of these individuals. Only pfc all was not recovered and identified and he is an unaccounted for status to this day in august. Two thousand seventeen. The chief rick stone had family charitable foundation received a request from the family of private first class all to investigate his case. Well it didn't take us long to determine that he was by a metrically not a most likely match. The any unknown recovered after the battle and buried is an unknown in the punchbowl cemetery in hawaii. It also did not take us long to find and acquire the copy of book written after the war by lieutenant elrod which vividly described. Pse all today s and as luck sometimes and you may have guessed it a map of exactly. We're pfc all was buried on tara for almost four years. Now we've been offering this information we uncovered about are missing florist to the defense. Pow mia accounting command including the map. We found of his burial.