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"joe salazar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

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"joe salazar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I thought that was on purpose since what are you looking at? My friend Joe Salazar, photographer. Ktbc took a picture of Steve Sarkisian data. Put your back of my head. Well, what do you think? The definition of a skull It is at client just says to us. Damn. I involved on the top of my head. I mean, like, Yeah. And are there no mirrors in the Clements compound? What? Somebody told me Doggett. I think you're looking good. But I think you look great. But, yeah, that is not no get air priests or comb over. I'm a coma. Everything in the back over to the front. Angus. Okay, maybe throw I had on. That would be fine. Yeah. Quit giving them all away. Yeah. Research tells me that Jerry Jones spent $150 Million 1989. Or was it Ed Clements? That told you to the research department. $115 million. Typical Justin Dick At that time, I wasn't trying to say my own research beat us. Say no research department is sitting two ft. From you and goods enough credit, all right at that. That's true. At that time, we all thought What does that guy think? In $150 Million.15. At that time, they were terrible. You know, hard to believe. That's almost like literally pennies on the dollar to what it's worth today, so I was interested in the inflation. 19 $150,000,089 is only 328 million in today dollars. So he's third of 1,000,000,328 million, and the Cowboys are now valued at $6.5 billion million dollars. Would that be because of Jerry's business instincts? He did it all he built that impound he did, and I said that in a joking way, but he probably he did probably does deserve a lot of credit. And for the last decade, he's been trying to destroy it. He deserves a lot of credit. Because he had the wave owes to fire Coach Landry, which we thought, Oh my God. You fired the legend and hired Jimmy Johnson. And but say, Jerry, I'll just say this Jerry financially. Has been magnificent, but from football standpoint, it's been terrible for 25 years. Yeah, for 25 years, not named, sniff in a Super Bowl not going. Oh, my God! Playoffs. Wait a second. They haven't won a Super Bowl in 25 96 90 95 season 96. I just had one of those. This album has been out for 30 year moments like it's been that long. Yeah, 25. It seems like yesterday when we were all drinking the cowboy Kool Aid. I was a kid. Yes. Seem like yesterday for me. I was. Oh, my God! I was but a but a child. Did you guys see the rest of this list? You know, the number two is I'm surprised. Number two, Um Robert Kraft. I would get. Yeah, it's the New England Patriots of five billion is a pretty significant and the Cowboys a million. I mean, a billion $1.5 billion between one and two there and, Yeah, the Patriots. I mean, I've been rolling more recent than that. I mean, I don't have Tom Brady anymore. Okay, Bill Belichick's old man, They're about to be a disaster franchises. But Bobby Kraft has a lot of got a lot of dough and people still go and they buy a lot of merch. Okay? And he gets terrific massages to, um, your Houston Texans 11th most valuable franchise 3.7 billion. This seems like a good bye. Seahawks are 3.5 billion hawks Relax the New Orleans Saints. I know that it's still a smaller town than you think. 25th. 2.825 billion. Let's throw some money together to get the saints. There's a car dealer stood on at the old man car dealer that died. Vincent Scotty, right, Nobody sells these teams. Nobody we can be there. We can own the saints Hang out at Harris Gamble. Yeah, Mr B's Burnham seat Venoms party, Antoine Mothers. Jason, if you quit wasting all your money on betting on the Hall of Fame, just coming in tonight to three points, man is coming. It, uh, Also, the NFC East has three of the top five and all four teams are in the top. 10, The Philadelphia Eagles at 3.8 billion New York football giants. Very expensive. Yeah, so the NFC East That's so great on the field on the field. Not so good. Yeah. Who made making them monies, man? Alright. Our field reporter Ed Clements. Thank you so much. Ed Clement was at the Steve Sarkeesian news conference today Block. They let you in a little tenure there. Did you get the first question in? I know, you know, I used to do that with Mack Brown. But that's kind of your your You don't have the first question cachet anymore. No, I don't. I don't. Need to have it. It was something when Mac would do that when Matt Brown would give me the first question, But no. Hey, I'm just glad to get a question. I'm glad to get in. You know what I mean? And you promised us that you would not ask them if they could get the Texas Texas Texas A and M came back on the schedule. I didn't ask him that question. I did ask him about me, John Robinson said the perfect world. How many carries would he get? No way? That was your question. My question is that was everywhere. On the Internet today. The response has a real journalist. Yeah. What's up? Perfect World 18 to 20. He said. It could vary depending on the flow of the game. But he said he'd love to get him at least 20 to 30. I read up to 30 and those are touches, not care, like, just get the ball falls one way or the other Because that does make a big Yes, I think, because if you say 20 carries I don't know. There might be some people who would look at that and be like why just 20 and I'm like, you know, the 20 is actually a lot now, the way that the game is in 1999 20, who was not a lot for Ricky Williams, but now you can hand the ball off to a guy 20 times. That's a lot because he's going to also catch the ball six or seven times, right, But I don't know. I guess I have to see what the the game plan looks like. 20 touches should be more than that, right? It could be. Yeah, It just depends on the game. It just depends on the game. I believe j he did say, you know, up to 30. Yeah, right. You know, maybe you don't want to play play your hand too much there. Can I ask you just coach Steve did he Did he say, Ed? Well, you know, like, did he old Matt Brown it because the Mac always used to like answer reporters would memorize their first name, and I don't know about. Is this your first time in a person's time in person meeting him? Yeah. Uh, I did a lot of zoom events with him, right? But first time, but you got to shake his hand. How you doing? You got out of the house he smell Didn't didn't get that close. You know, I didn't get close. You look good at a nice long horn shirt on nice Texas shorts on Texas Orange shoes. Look, Natalie attired. Yeah, it was good to me. That was the first time he had something in person on the B gene touches And the answer is probably I guess what I'm saying. I'm interested to know what this team is going to be about this year. Everybody in college football now throws the ball more than they run it. But Sark and what they did in Alabama. They sort of customized and everybody who's good does this Around the personnel that they have, and we do not have a quarterback who has ever started a game before, But we have a Heisman Trophy caliber running back. I wonder if they're going to lean more on the running game. Did we think so? Yeah, he kind of intimated that that they would That would help out and dictate a lot of things about about the play. The quarterback don't want to put too much pressure on on the quarterbacks, but he did pointedly say that be John will be in there, and he also mentioned Roche on but I think Gone are the days when be John carried the ball seven times on the first two series. We didn't seem to the third quarter that's not gonna happen. Got pulled when he wasn't tired or didn't need a breather and he was running through people, right? That's not going to happen with Steve Sarkeesian and I also saw some poignant Comments about the quarterback situation. Where did you glean from that? What I thought you know is that he meant what he said. He says it's dead Heat right now. It's dead, even and he's just going to see Uh, what happens and how they approach it was going to He's going to evaluate, evaluate, evaluate and just put pressure on the quarterback. See how they respond. See how they do with all sorts of things, But he says, you know, let his gut decide. He's got will decide on who will start. But he says we will need both quarterbacks this year. That's what that's what stood out most to me. Why? Why will we need both quarterbacks?.

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"joe salazar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:45 min | 8 months ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Alleges incitement of insurrection. Here's a B C's Alex Boucher. Senators will be sworn in as jurors on Tuesday. Both sides have agreed to delay the trial for two weeks and that'll give the Trump team a little bit more time to prepare and also allow Democrats time to confirm Biden's cabinet. Picks and work on other legislation that includes a covert relief bill. Top aides to President Biden have begun talks with a group of moderate senators on the proposed $1.9 trillion package. He's facing increasing Republican opposition about the price tag for it. He would send checks with another $1400. Every American main independent Senator Angus King, says there was absolute consensus on the need to speed up vaccinations. NEW PANDEMIC travel bans are coming is the nation records more than 25 million cases of covert 19 president? Right in issuing a new covert 19 travel ban, blocking most non US citizens traveling from South Africa after a new variation of the virus from that country has begun to spread around the world. He's also reinstating the ban on almost all non U. S. Travelers from Brazil, UK, Ireland and 26 European countries after former President Trump sought to end the band, the highly contagious UK variant of the virus now detected in at least 23 states. ABC is Andrew Dember reporting president Writing today could also lift the ban on transgender individuals serving openly in the U. S. Military. The newly confirmed Secretary of defense Lloyd Austin backed lifting the ban. During his confirmation hearing, Colorado Congressman Lauren Gilbert introduced a bill to stop the United States for me joining the Paris climate change agreement. She also introduced bills to stop a mask mandate on the U. S government property and to keep the US from giving money to the World Health Organization. Those bills, though not expected to advance in the Democrat controlled House of Representatives, former state lawmaker Joe Salazar is apparently considering a primary challenge against Senator Michael Bennet next year. Salazar told Colorado politics that Bennett is just too middle of the road for the state, and he feels Colorado is trending more progressive rather than moderate. Salazar also criticized Bennett for being stuck in the mud and too wishy washy. The former state lawmaker was a big supporter of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and last year's race for the White House. Governor Pulis over the weekend, talking about a growing number of severe covert 19 infections in kids today, just 70 you have about 500 times likelihood. Of dying for Broner virus, And if you're in your twenties that being said, we've lost young people, if you're in Colorado, a swells across United States in the world. We lost an 18 year old Justin. Last week, Bullets on Good Morning America. Police also addressed the need to get vaccines from Johnson and Johnson and AstraZeneca approved to add to the overall vaccine supply. You see health pumps covert vaccine into old about 1000 people Sunday in a course field parking lot, Chief of emergency medicine Doctor Richard Sane, Expeditious way have not had any issues with people trying to Get a vaccine. You do not have an appointment. It appears that the traffic is flowing very nicely, and it's taking less than 30 minutes total to get the vaccine to a patient. Dr Zane says patients stay in their car for the entire visit. You see, Health is hoping to vaccinate 10,000 people this coming weekend Saturday and Sunday appointments are required for all vaccinations through you See health. The I. R. S is now working with the Justice Department on a covert fraud task force to crack down on unemployment scams, including ones here in Colorado Medical coder. Angie's Drop was shocked when her employer notified her that her identity had been stolen. But he filed an unemployment claim on my behalf. And they were asking if that was me. And I honestly is it No, of course not. It wasn't me. She was also shocked to receive the benefits pain that she didn't expect. Last week. I received a tax document the 10 99 g that.

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"joe salazar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This might turn out to be an egg with two yolks, Please, Bob. It's time to acknowledge a little mail. There's the air transport gang at 9 38 07 29 is greasy. George the present kids Sunbeam Hospice. Be Happy Merryweather and Smokey Joe Salazar. Anyway, Here's the song You asked for a love like ours. We got our eyes is something very pressure. All of you are you will be sorry. Today. Widely jeopardize a love like God like our never be manhandled. Gently as you would a flower. It ain't Santa kicker. Oh, my God. Hold time. Do it Don't Well, foolish Women Days. Angry romance you take you Rohit laid out on a level hungry soul..

"joe salazar" Discussed on Office Ladies

Office Ladies

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on Office Ladies

"Cares right but yeah, we sort of perfected things So by the time hit by the car and season four we were really off to the races. So this episode, the stunt was kind of. The Beginnings of Of My bravery. So thanks for watching. She's fearless. She really is insane I mean she is fearless if you go and watch that deleted scene. Truly, a whole entire shelf full of stuff falls on her and you can't even see her it's it's she's fearless. I would have been like Debbie I'm need you I'm GonNa need to in Debbie get on in here because. There is no way I would have done that no way. I am too much of a scaredy cat. You know what's interesting is that one of the things I really wanted to do on this show why I think I think I'm a bad ass driver. I'm probably not but I always wanted to do all my driving stunts and when they let me like because you know I have a few driving scenes I would get really excited don't WanNa do those either I like it when they hook it up to a rig poll the car I'm like I don't want to drive down the road while acting no one wants that I've had that before I'm always terrified. Well one thing that did make it into the scene. This very odd moment of Daryl finding his ipod. And I want you to know that is not inscription that was an improvisation by Craig on the day he actually found an ipod deck and speaker. Somewhere, back in the warehouse and he just did this bit and made it into the show and it is so funny to me. We got so much mail about it. You bore like is there something I'm missing? Is there a deleted scene from a previous episode where Darrel Loses ipod is this product placement for I brought again? No, it was just this random funny bit. He does it with such like real boost. While we had to be there pretending like we were going through boxes guys. So we were really doing stuff. Would you don't really see it didn't really make it into the show, but I think that he legitimately opened up a box and that was in there and he got all I did. Yes exactly. Well, I, have a little Angela Roy moment that happens right at the same time at fourteen minutes forty four seconds you can see Angeles starts to walk up to Roy in. His about to like go up to him and then Daryl Yells I. found that ipod dock and I I went my head and I- pivot the other way. Wow. You have to go and watch it more of the Untold Angela Story and I'm wondering I mean what what was meant to happen. They're like it's not in the script is not deleted scene but I'm sure I was given some direction maybe to go over and you know in the background sort of talk to Roy. But Yeah when Daryl yells I turn around and go the other direction it's a fun little catch will then we see Pam is doing some inventory and Karen comes up to her and thanks her she says, thank you so much for talking sense into Jim. Karen is so happy. Her relationship is back on everything's okay, and then we cut to Pam just sobbing on a bench in the hallway. And Angela I. watched the scene and it just brought tears to my eyes because I remember shooting it. So clearly so clearly, and we got a lot of questions about it. So, we got questions from Joe Salazar and she let were a Lisa Goldman Jillian Riley and Charlie Sparkin Baugh they wanted to know how was it filming that Iconic Pam Dwight seen when PAM is crying? Well guys this was like early on in the show and whenever we have these really emotional scenes like that parking lot scene with Jim and Pam. We would just kind of shut down everything and I remember that we shut down the set. And we took hours prepping and shooting this crying scene. It was really important to Greg that I really be crying. They did not want to put tears in my eyes. He wanted me to really go there and this is a really big challenge for an actor. and. So what they did was they made everything really quiet. And no one talked to me for about a half hour and I put on the saddest music I could find and it was sad because it was personal to me right it was music that brought up. Memories of breakups music that I listen to at different times in my life when I was having a particularly hard time. So it would bring up a lot of emotions. And I had spent the previous week creating playlists 'cause I knew that it would invoke a lot of emotion and I sat and I listened to it until I was crying. And then Halley our first de came and took the headphones away from me. And then they started rolling. And that's how they were able to begin the scene with me crying. Because when you play a scene Angela and you have dialogue and you have connection with a person. A lot of times that will bring the emotion out of you but it's really hard to start a scene in full cry because you just have to get yourself there. No. That's so true. It's it's actually really hard because you're basically taking yourself emotionally from zero to sixty and I had to do a crying scene in a show called haters back off that would like something in the middle and I remember day. Let me sort of. Sort of just step away from set to get myself there, and once I was there, they started rolling I took this acting class and it was talking about emotional journeys and. The, acting teacher. Encouraged us to pick a song one song because sometimes onset you don't have the luxury of being able to like go listen. That really shows how much our show was taking care of you in that moment I feel like, yeah But sometimes you only have a few minutes to reset yourself emotionally to get to that place. So we took everyone picked one song. In your mind you sing that one song by the end of that song. You should be an emotional place and it really worked for me and I find for myself. Now I'm older now guy I'm forty nine and more life has happened to me and. It's easier for me to get to that.

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"joe salazar" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:46 min | 1 year ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"If you want to drop by book signed bring your books with your older books so twenty I will will continue I want to get in the hierarchy and Tierney this is the Thom Hartmann program and I got bill Barr news and I've got you know it's just amazing story out of Munich what's what's the full and welcome back and Vic in Stockton California Hey Vic what's on your mind today I had no idea that so the campaign might just put concerned into Republican socialist propaganda machine like your feedback on how much stuff there so I'm thinking having many Republicans especially in the Senate give your definition of socialism and put that in the public record no the only say that socialism the path to confidence or centralized means of production and the never deviate from that the finished because other definitions of social have to be positive attributes we get together and work for progressives but we take over in the call Republican definitions public the end result yeah the Republican Party will lose credibility in social democracy Nordic countries have happy people in the world and you can use an H. S. very popular so what I will probably say about social they lose thanks Tom they come without the year yeah you you're welcome thanks Vic I you know I'm I'm personally of the opinion that even though the Republicans are going to be throwing the word socialism out all the time the Democrats should just largely ignore it it's you know it's a word that that among people over fifty has generally broadly speaking a negative connotation with the exception of of you know some of the bombers who were you know lefties back in the sixties and seventies like myself and and and it has a positive connotation with people under thirty you know they they yeah in fact the last study that was done of of millennials was that more millennials prefer socialism as not just an icon economic system but for a a government system down that capitalism you know and at is so it's like it well capitalism isn't really a government system socialism can either be an economic system or government systems so any now Janice in Englewood Colorado Hey Janice what's on your mind today good morning time I went to the burning rally last night in Denver eleven thousand four hundred people there Bernie and Joe Salazar were both really good but Emeli Sir Rhoda was fabulous David's wife yes wow is she she ran for office did she win state representative that's great that's great I remember when that campaign was going on and David told me about it and I think we had her on the show I'm not sure but you know I'm I was supportive of that and you know so glad to hear that she made it so great thank you she was fabulous last night I gotta tell you she was just fabulous great great well the you know on on word an upward Janice thank you for the call can in Lafayette Colorado a can what's on your mind a good morning Tom will cook are you two was at the Berlin rally last night and turnout putting I wanted to comment on is that the Democrats is a whole new to stop bashing each other yeah and bash trump for everything that he's done and make sure that that is the reason why were all out here will have differences we for better very well and I'm guessing the learning wasn't fashion any Democrats all the card is the but a lot of from all on them thank you can our one hour free podcasts recaps are shown is available wherever fine podcasts are found and we have the full three hour podcast available over Tom Harmon dot com if you want to really support our program with the with you there's a Robert Wright each wrote a fascinating piece I'm I'm reading it over on alternate but I I'm guessing most people are seen on Robert rage that whatever it is you know his his his blog is website and he's talking about our our key and tyranny and there are distinctions we need to make here in others that broke on Tierney by that time of the whatever's last name is that that Rachel and quotes and I read I read parts of it on the air a year and a half two years ago when I came in fact he was on our show and the end and Terry is basically you know when you lose all your freedoms oligarchy is when your government and by extension your economy our run of by and for rich people now I would argue that we have been in an area in an era of oligarchy ever since the Reagan administration that oligarchy was what the Reagan administration was trying to turn us into and that we have with every successive presidency democratic or Republican ever since Reagan completely change the economic and political system of America left behind Keynesian economics and readopted Warren Harding's you know just Korsun sparrow economics a renaming it trickle down economics that that basically we you know we've become an oligarchy we know from the study the gallons and page did at Princeton and northwestern university's that the political desires of the bottom ninety percent are as likely to turn into legislation as random noise and in many cases less likely than random noise whereas the desires of the top one percent are very likely to be made in the legislation legislation and the but desires of the top ten percent are somewhat likely Gino far more than fifty percent so you know by I think by most definitions that's considered oligarchy and yet Americans so far have been kinda well I guess this is okay although I think frankly I think that a lot of the blow back in backlash and whatnot whatever you wanna call it that is that has led to Donald Trump being in the White House right now really came out of this sense that people have that the government is not responding to what they want the government is ignoring their needs and desires and you know you know when George W. bush basically cut long term unemployment down to just one year and then Donald Trump carted even shorter than that you know when Bill Clinton block granted half a dozen different welfare program so that the states could cut them and cut them and cut them and put all of all kinds of you know work requirements and other things like this on to them and then bush tightened the screws even further on that so that when the Great Recession happened those programs as social safety net that that Lyndon Johnson the great democratic president had you know with the great society had built of those programs were literally no longer there or they were time limited or they were radically cut back in terms of you know how generous the benefits were some people were just you know living on the edge and now we've got this massive homelessness problem all across the United States and I I attribute a lot of it too you know the end of welfare as we know it which wasn't you know some like evil plot by Bill Clinton this was newt Gingrich's thing it came out of the Reagan revolution Clinton just went along with it and decided you know Hey it's kind of popular all take credit for it but you know this is our darkie but this but the shift to that has happened and I think this is really consequential this is the danger of oligarchy with the oligarchy power concentrates along with wealth political power and wealth become essentially synonymous and this was not the case during the era from the nineteen thirties to the nineteen eighties during that period of time rich people are actually getting richer slot more slowly than working class people working class people were building wealth more rapidly than the top one percent or five percent or ten percent during that period from night from nineteen thirty to nineteen eighty and and the the the outcome of that was we built the modern middle class over sixty percent of Americans became middle class which meant you know one person working could put of the you know raise a family put your kids through college buy a new car every couple years take a vacation every year you know the the life of my dad had a working in a tool and die shop at a union tool and die shop well you know Reagan blue all add up and last year we slipped the American middle class we slipped below fifty percent fewer than half of us are in the middle class now yeah which is just a an obscene tragedy bring out so that's that's how oligarchy works but here's what's happened in the last three years we have this oligarchs Donald Trump this billionaire who was put into power with the help largely of a couple of other oligarchs Shelley Adelson whose only agenda has to do with Israel and and and and all that stuff and and he funded trump big time you know the the Las Vegas casino guy and and Robert Mercer and his wife and his daughter Rebecca you know who the billionaire's Wall Street billionaires and they put all this money behind trump in a course trump loaned his own campaign a couple you know millions of millions of dollars are member whose hundreds are just tents but so we ended up again with an oligarch right in rather than just representatives of oligarchy rather than just politicians who are willing to suck up dollars guards you know we've had two oligarchic presidents in in all in since two thousand George W. bush was in oligarchies family is worth hundreds of millions of dollars compounds all over the country investments all around the world and and now we've got Donald Trump you know what who who asserts that he's a billionaire but trump wasn't just an oligarch or isn't just an oligarch he's also a tyrant and he is shifting our government of oligarchy I mean again we left a mark Chrissy behind in nineteen eighty one I would of oligarchy and into tyranny and this is the this is the argument Robert prices he's put in the context of Michael hi you know I remember the Ralph Nader only the super rich can save us and what he was saying basically was court nineteen seventy six and twenty third twenty ten with seventy nine basically said by the political system and now they're your listening to the Thom Hartmann program call two oh two eight oh eight ninety nine twenty five so I'm curious your thoughts on oligarchy and on tyranny and how this all plays out and how you should respond I'll share my thoughts as well this is the Thom Hartmann program about today is in defense of public service by Cedric L. Alexander the subtitles had.

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"joe salazar" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Is by the way reminds me the last time a Democrat did this and that was another guy who hates me ugh Colorado Democrat Joe Salazar he said that women shouldn't carry on college campus I had this link you can go watch the audio eight it's it's it's he talked it takes too long to talk of quote he says it's why we have call boxes he was he was say that women should carry on college campus Joe cells are quote it's why we have call boxes is why we have safe zones it's why we have the whistles because you don't know who you're going to be shooting at and you don't know if you feel like you're going to be raped or if you feel like someone's been following you around or if you feel like you're in trouble when you actually may not be that you pop out that gun and you you pop you pop around at somebody end quote yeah this is what Democrats think of women they tell us that old ladies be empowered go to and go to Planned Parenthood and go do all of this that all my gosh you all are too stupid and we don't trust your reasoning to carry firearms who you know what predators do like women to be on arms like a convicted rapist in Ohio that I discovered who was rallying for gun control after he was interviewed by media there on this is a bit in a radio dot com as well January thirtieth twenty thirteen my headline rapist agree guns are bad and it happened to do with that made it happen to involve the manager I'm a Corey who was being interviewed about Dayton Ohio was the bill Goodman's gun and knife show and so this guy who is a convicted sex offender he gets out there he's talking about how people should be having guns yeah well I guess you know predators agreed that their target should be on armed and they don't need people like Houston police chief art Acevedo helping to empower them while rendering women defenseless Susan St whose side are you on so you can go check that piece out with citations galore video audio all that good stuff in the meantime we have more coming up and we're also gonna be talking about how the rage mob was targeting veteran owned business across the gonna get in the latest with impeachment treatment gate all that jazz and wow we have a lot as we move on Kerr shield is a great program you really need to check out seriously I don't know why you would not want to save yourself a lot of money in car repairs but that's what car shield is all about they want to save you money so that if something breaks which it's not a and if it's a.

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"joe salazar" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Amazing to me up but with his problem here you know instead of encouraging women to empower themselves and to learn about firearms in train or at the very least to go to the range you know like once gun control advocates alike are awesome Beto they treat women like weak creatures who suffered a crippling disability of our female sex which renders that's absolutely incapable of defending ourselves much less using a dainty little risk to pick up a heavy gun that's how we act it's sexist nineteen fifty is yeah by the way reminds me the last time a Democrat did this and that was another guy who hates me ugh Colorado Democrat Joe Salazar he said that women shouldn't carry on college campus I had this link you can go watch the audio eight it's it's it's he talked it takes too long to talk of quote he says it's why we have call boxes he was he was saying that women should carry on college campuses Joe cells are quote it's why we have call boxes that's why we have safe zone that's why we have the whistles because you don't know who you're going to be shooting at and you don't know if you feel like you're going to be raped or if you feel like someone's been following you around or if you feel like you're in trouble when you actually may not be that you pop out the gun and you you pop you pop around at somebody end quote yeah this is what Democrats think of women they tell us that old ladies be empowered go to and go to Planned Parenthood and go do all of this that all my gosh you all are too stupid and we don't trust your reasoning to carry firearms you know what predators do like women to be on arms like a convicted rapist in Ohio that I discovered who was rallying for gun control after he was interviewed by media there on this is evident a radio dot com as well January thirtieth twenty thirteen my headline rapists agree guns are bad and it happened to do with that made it happen to involve the manager I'm a Corey who was being interviewed about Dayton Ohio the bill Goodman's gun and knife show and so this guy who is a convicted sex offender he gets out there he's talking about how people should be having guns yeah well I guess you know predators agreed that their target should be on armed and they don't need people like Houston police chief art Acevedo helping to empower them while rendering women defenseless this is insane whose side are you on so you can go check that piece out with citations galore video audio all that good stuff in the meantime we have more coming up and we're also gonna be talking about how the rage mob was targeting a veteran owned business across the gonna get in the latest with impeachment treatment gate all that jazz and wow we have a lot as we move on Kerr shield is a great program you really need to check out seriously I don't know why you would not want to save yourself a lot of money in car repairs but that's what car shield is all about they want to save you money so that if something breaks which it's not a and if it's a.

"joe salazar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Is yeah by the way reminds me the last time a Democrat did this and that was another guy who hates me Colorado Democrat Joe Salazar he said that women should carry on college campus I had this link you can go watch the audio eight it's it's it's he talked it takes too long to talk of quote he says it's why we have call boxes he was he was say that women should carry on college campuses just cells are quote it's why we have call boxes is why we have safe sounds it's why we have the whistles because you don't know who you're going to be shooting at and you don't know if you feel like you're going to be raped or if you feel like someone's been following you around or if you feel like you're in trouble when you actually may not be that you pop out that gun and you you pop you pop around that somebody in the quote yeah this is what Democrats think of women they tell us that old ladies be empowered go to and go to Planned Parenthood and go do all of this that all my gosh you all are too stupid and we don't trust your reasoning to carry firearms you know what predators do like women to be on arms like a convicted rapist in Ohio that I discovered who was rally for gun control after he was interviewed by media there this is a bit in a radio dot com as well January thirtieth twenty thirteen my headline rapist agree guns are bad and it happened to do with that made it happen to involve the manager I'm a Corey who was being interviewed about Dayton Ohio is the bill Goodman's gun and knife show and so this guy who is a convicted sex offender he gets out there he's talking about how people should be having guns yeah well I guess you know predators agreed that their target should be on armed and they don't need people like Houston police chief art Acevedo helping to empower them while rendering women defenseless this is insane whose side are you on so you can go check that piece out with citations galore video audio all that good stuff in the meantime we have more coming up and we're also gonna be talking about how the rage mob was targeting veteran owned business across the gonna get in the latest with impeachment treatment gate all that jazz and wow we have a lot as we move on Kerr shield is a great program you really need to check out seriously I don't know why you would not want to save yourself a lot of money in car repairs but that's what car shield is all about they want to save you money so that if something breaks which it's not a and if it's a.

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"joe salazar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is no by the way reminds me the last time a Democrat did this and that was another guy who hates me ugh Colorado Democrat Joe Salazar he said that women should carry on college campus I had this link you can go watch the audio eight it's it's it's he talked it takes too long to talk of quote he says it's why we have call boxes he was he was say that women should carry on college campus just cells are quote it's why we have call boxes that's why we have safe zones it's why we have the whistles because you don't know who you're going to be shooting at and you don't know if you feel like you're going to be raped or if you feel like someone's been following you around or if you feel like you're in trouble when you actually may not be that you pop out the gun and you you pop you pop around at somebody end quote yeah this is what Democrats think of women they tell us that old ladies be empowered go to and go to Planned Parenthood and go do all of this that all my gosh you all are too stupid and we don't trust your reasoning to carry firearms you know what predators do like women to be on arms like a convicted rapist in Ohio that I discovered who was rallying for gun control after he was interviewed by media there on this is a bit in a radio dot com as well January thirtieth twenty thirteen my headline rapist agree guns are bad and it happened to do with that made it happen to involve the man in Jerome Corey who was being interviewed about Dayton Ohio was the bill Goodman's gun and knife show and so this guy who is a convicted sex offender he gets out there and he's talking about how people should be having guns yeah well I guess you know predators agreed that their target should be on armed and they don't need people like Houston police chief art Acevedo helping to empower them while rendering women defenseless this is insane whose side are you on so you can go check that piece out with citations galore video audio all that good stuff in the meantime we have more coming up and we're also gonna be talking about how the rage mob was targeting a veteran owned business across the gonna get in the latest with impeachment treatment gate all that jazz and wow we have a lot as we move on Kerr shield is a great program you really need to check out seriously I don't know why you would not want to save yourself a lot of money in car repairs but that's what car shield is all about they want to save you money so that if something breaks which it's not a and if it's a.

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"joe salazar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Republican members who were not on the committee's jurisdiction try to go into this skiff area a secured area are they also brought in their cell phones which is a violation the body the house rules by trying to crash committees of which you don't sit on all of this is a pack right on investigation it's not an investigation though now it's not that they had but they keep it in about the the electronic the electronics their phones in a secure area there's nothing that you're doing in there you're probably just like making paper snowflakes nobody knows what he knows you're doing in there good heavens I so a couple of other things I treated by the way that story from TMZ where they said Alexander kasha Cortez that the joker stairs are Bronx staple movie fans can't claim it because now we're actually having a walk off on a damn staircase so just so you know in addition we pull up some other things that I have for you today at the story of the person who it was a dude who Canadian dude who changed his name to Jessica again of and he went around all of these different salons to get try to get force women to wax is junk remember the story Kane is really is one of canes favorite stories to smaller you know Kane loves the story he does so this dude is like going around everywhere trying to get these women at this at this place at these different salons and he was even going to some salons where there the women were Muslims and trying to demand that they waxes jock because he's never transition that way right and so then it became a human rights council thing because it was considered an act of hatred for denying to and and the women were like we only literally wax women were not wax in a dues junk and he was saying that it was bigoted towards him and that he could not force these women to do what he wanted them to do and he brought complaints like ten against ten of them many of whom were immigrants from very visible minority are highly religious communities and apparently again it has a history of racial remarks and all the stuff so they think that he was being racist and xenophobic and now he is he's lost and he has to pay a two thousand dollars to each of the five women that were represented by the justice center including one woman Mrs Hey hard gill who had been forced to close her business because of the ana's l'affaire and she is a practicing seek and she was explaining did that that she could only because of her faith only provide services should to women but didn't care didn't care so she now unit has to pay he's gonna pay all this money to these women because of improper conduct this and I'm and I'm happy that it came out that way so this is it just it's he's a bully he's a bully appropriate in a gender and trying to bully other women into doing what he wanted I I can't I don't see a stronger instance of the patriarchy than this and this is the same guy by the way who apparently was organizing a topless swimming session for girls as young as twelve and parents weren't allowed to be present remember that all that was really really that was really reported far and wide but yeah we're at the point where we have to fight a dude and and stop at a stop him from foreseen us women if you're in if you are in does it do you have a salon and all of that we're in a word of culture now where women have to fight men to not be forced to Waxman's junk and I mean they were issued this dude was trying to get the Canadian courts to make this lot let legal sexual assault that's it is trying to do it you it is not a human right to have your junk waxed we just put that out there you don't have a right to junk waxing it is not a right any labor from you can you can live without it I mean you're not I'm you know I'm a junior no one can get a woman to wax my job no one's your that's not a right I everything things keep changing in terms of what is or is not a right constantly but it's it's always labor that they want to take over from someone else it's always they wanna put someone else in the some sort of more than that women don't have the right to feel uncomfortable anymore you know that women have the end and feminist can go screw themselves they're always uncomfortable women have lost the right to feel uncomfortable and have lost the right to listen to their gut instinct anymore because feminist cave to the patriarchy feminism is now a worthless movement of people who have caved to the patriarchy and gaslight themselves and their dwindling followers that they actually do something for females and they don't it's been eight when you when women have lost the right to feel comfortable and when our right I mean you were talk about women in rates the fact that this even had to go to court was ridiculous no pun intended it was insane I didn't do anything it's not my fault that you think the way you do the same the same so this is this is a failure feminism that women have to fight to to get to this point that women can't even feel comfortable in a fitting room women are now forced to share our restrooms and if a dude feels comfortable dressing as a woman in a male restroom his comfort comes before the women he's making feel uncomfortable in the female restroom and remember people who are transgender you can still be a be a dude who wants to dress as a woman or quote unquote identifies a woman and yet still be attracted to women it's not it's not it's gender not sex so we'll explain then why women don't have the right because it's sexist if anyone wants to justify the sexism and explain why women no longer have the right to feel uncomfortable women have been disenfranchised once again and the fact that feminist aren't raising a fit over this is just insane to me and it's further proof of their declining influence and they're and they're affected they've sold out their sellouts how are you how would anybody again how would you defend that I as a woman the right to feel uncomfortable absolutely if I'm in a you know a locker room from the gym and I'm in there changing sister Ted to do my thing after and there's a dude on there are yeah every right to feel uncomfortable you can set your sexist edible snakes down if you don't think I do sit down we are not in the forties and fifties set it down I have every right to feel uncomfortable and anybody who says otherwise is perpetuating sexism that is sexist that for all the people out there say all Republicans we don't have the right to have women no longer have the right to feel uncomfortable we don't have access to safety anymore even our ability and right to defend ourselves is being called into question I'll never forget Joe Salazar who hates me because I showed him for the full he is man I own him Joe Salazar he is such a beta he tries to argue with every woman who wants to defend herself and you actually went out there in Colorado state legislature was on tape we have played it I broke the story Kelley Mar her and her group out there and Glendale did awesome work on this because they were debating campus Kerry and this man actually had the audacity and I will never forget his direct quote he said that he didn't want women carrying guns because quote you just don't know if you feel like you're gonna get raped door or not you know we just can't have them pop the popping off out there I was his direct quote I was with this guy said he was he was suggesting that women were too stupid and paranoid and that we would just go off and shoot everyone I had the audacity to say this after a rape survivor who was a concealed carry permit holder and had been banned from carrying her fire on campus and kept her gun in her car was raped on the way walking to her car from campus yeah that guy so this is what I'm talking about women are we are losing right feminists are silent is there jokes the joke in theory it's me if they were to change course that would be great maybe five for some of the things that were actually as women losing hello we can't even say women anymore good grief we got more coming up including Florida man later this hour so you don't miss it ray con makes awesome awesome your buds there are the best wireless earbuds that are out there because they're comfortable they come in a ton of different varieties because people use for people would have already with your buddies they use them for different things some they've aval a waterproof pair and I didn't I mean that's pretty cool I mean I wouldn't get mine in the water but they have a waterproof fair if you maybe you swim or whatever they have there new model out to eat twenty five it's our best one yet six hours of playtime seamless Bluetooth pairing more bass contact design you get a nice noise isolating fed each array cons wireless here but they all come with those up gelled these these individually individual gel pads and their side they have different sizes you can snap those on your rate cont and not only does it make it super comfortable this thing is they're so noise isolating and more so than any other wireless here but I've ever spoken on it's actually weird and you got to get used to it because you can hear everything so clearly it is so noise isolating these are the perfect wireless earbuds by the way to take on a plane with you if you don't want to wear the cans because you can't really move your head very much are get comfortable we got those on so check out ray cons wireless your **** get fifteen percent off of your order by Raycom doc come slash Dana that's by Raycom doc comes last in a four fifteen percent off your rate con wireless earbuds computer systems in cars are the new normal from electronically controlled transmissions to touch screen displays to.

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"joe salazar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is a pack right on investigation it's not an investigation though now it's not that they had but they keep **** about the data electronic the electronics their phones in a secure area there's nothing that you're doing in there you're probably just like making paper snowflakes nobody knows where you know you're doing in there good heavens I so a couple of other things I treated by the way that story from TMZ where they said Alexander kasha Cortez that the joker stairs are Bronx staple movie fans can't claim it because now we're actually having a walk off on a damn staircase so just so you know in addition we pull up some other things that I have for you today at the story of the person who it was a dude who Canadian dude who changed his name to Jessica again of and he went around all of these different salons to get try to get forced women to wax is junk however this story Kane is really it's one of dean's favorite stories call it you know Kane loves the story he does so this dude is I go around everywhere trying to get these women at this at this place at these different salons and he was even going to some salons where there the women were Muslims and trying to demand that they waxes jock because he's never transition that way right and so then it became an rates council thing because it was considered an act of hatred for denying to and and the women were like we only literally wax women or not once in a do just junk and he was saying that it was bigoted towards him that he could not force these women to do what he wanted them to do and he brought complaints like ten against ten of them many of whom were immigrants from very visible minority are highly religious communities and apparently again it has a history of racial remarks and all the stuff so they think that he was being racist and xenophobic and now he's he's lost and he has to pay a two thousand dollars to each of the five women that were represented by the justice center including one woman Mrs Hey hard gill who had been forced to close her business because of the end of water and she is a practicing seek and she was explaining did that that she could only because of her faith only provide versus should to women but didn't care didn't care so she now unit has to pay he's gonna pay all this money to these women because of improper conduct this and I'm and I'm happy that it came out that way so this is it just it's he's a bully he's a bully appropriate in a gender and trying to bully other women into doing what he wanted I I can't I don't see a stronger instance of the patriarchy than this this is the same guy by the way who apparently was organizing a topless swimming session for girls as young as twelve and parents weren't allowed to be present remember that that was really really that was really at reported far and wide but yeah we're at the point where we have to fight I do and and stop S. stop him from foreseen us women if you're in if your in does it do you have a salon and all of that we're in a word of culture now where women have to fight men to not be forced to Waxman's jock yeah I mean they were issued this dude was try to get the Canadian courts to make this lot let legal sexual assault that's what he's trying to do it you it is not a human right to have your junk waxed we just put that out there you don't have a right to junk waxing it is not a right or any labor from you can you can live without it I mean you're not I mean no harm and didn't know who I can get a woman to wax my job no one's here that's not a right I'd I everything things keep changing in terms of what is or is not a right constantly but it's it's always labor that they want to take over from someone else it's always they wanna put someone else in the some sort of even more than that women don't have the right to feel uncomfortable anymore you know that women have the end and feminist can go screw themselves they're always a comfortable women have lost the right to feel uncomfortable and had lost the right to listen to their gut instinct anymore because feminist cave to the patriarchy feminism is now a wordless movement of people who have caved to the patriarchy and gaslight themselves and their dwindling followers that they actually do something for females and they don't it's been eight when you when women have water right to feel comfortable and when our right I mean you want to talk about women in rates the fact that this even had to go to court was ridiculous no pun intended it was insane I didn't do anything it's not my fault that you think the way you do the same just saying so this is this is a failure of feminism that women have to fight to learn to get to this point that women can't even feel comfortable in a fitting room women are now forced to share our streams and if a dude feels comfortable dressing as a woman and a male restroom his comfort comes before the women he's making feel uncomfortable in the female restroom and remember people who are transgender you can still you're a be a dude who wants to dress as a woman or quote unquote identifies a woman and yet still be attracted to women it's not it's not it's gender not sex so we'll explain then why women don't have the right because it's sexist if anyone wants to justify the sexism and explain why when no longer have the right to feel uncomfortable women have been disenfranchised once again and the fact that feminist aren't raising a fit over this is just insane to me and it's further proof of their declining influence and they're and they're affected they've sold out their sellouts how are you how would anybody again how would you defend that I as a woman the right to feel uncomfortable absolutely find in a you know a locker room from at the gym and I'm in their change interested to to do my thing after and there's a dude on there I have every right to feel uncomfortable you can set your sexist edible snakes down if you don't think I do sit down we are not in the forties and fifties set it down have every right to feel uncomfortable and anybody who says otherwise is perpetuating sexism that is sexist that for all the people out there said all Republicans we don't have the right to a women no longer have the right to feel uncomfortable we don't have access to safety anymore even our ability and right to defend ourselves is being called into question I'll never forget just Salazar who hates me because I showed him for the full he is man I own him Joe Salazar he is such a beta he tries to argue with every woman who wants to defend herself and you actually went out there in Colorado state legislature was on tape we have played it I broke the story Kelly Maher and her group out there in Glendale did awesome work on this because they were debating campus Kerry and this man actually had the audacity and I will never forget his direct quote he said that he didn't want women carrying guns because quote you just don't know if you feel like you're gonna get raped door or not you know we just can't have them pop the popping off out there I was just drunk I was what this guy said he was he was suggesting that women were too stupid and paranoid and that we would just go off and shoot everyone and he had the audacity to say this after rape survivor who was a concealed carry permit holder and had been banned from carrying her fire on campus and kept her gun in her car was raped on the way walking to her car from campus yeah that guy so this is what I'm talking about women are we are losing right feminists are silent jokes the joke infuriates me if they were to change course that would be great maybe five for some of the things that were actually as women losing hello we can't even say women anymore good grief we got more coming up including Florida and later this hour so you don't miss it ray con makes awesome awesome your buds there are the best wireless earbuds that are out there because they're comfortable they come in a ton of different varieties because people use if people want to have a ready with their but they use them for different things some they've aval a waterproof pair I didn't I mean that's pretty cool I mean I wouldn't get mine in the water but they have a waterproof fair if you maybe you swim or whatever they have there new model out to the E. twenty five it's our best one yet six hours of playtime seamless Bluetooth pairing more bass compact design you get a nice noise isolating fed each array cons wireless here but they all come with those up gelled these these individually it'll gel pads and their side they have different sizes you can snap those on your rate cont and not only does it make it super comfortable this thing is they're so noise isolating and more so than any other wireless here but I've ever spoken on it's actually weird and you got to get used to it because you can hear everything so clearly it is so noise isolating these are the perfect wireless earbuds by the way to take on a plane with you if you don't want to wear the cans because you can't really move your head very much or get comfortable when you got those on so check out ray cons wireless your **** get fifteen percent off of your order by Raycom dot com slash Dana that's by ray con dot com slash Dana for fifteen percent off your rate con wireless earbuds now the three things you need three more keep Lloyd sense to life in prison for the murder shot a Dixon il go on trial for the murder of lieutenant Deborah clean next year I replaced at the border of Syria and Turkey will remain in effect permanently according to president trying to reserve the right to reimpose crippling sanctions including substantially tariffs on steel all other products coming out of there but he says because Turkey's agreed to that stop inviting you'll be lifting all sanctions on.

"joe salazar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Members who were not on the committees of jurisdiction try to go into this skiff area a secured area are they also brought in their cell phones which is a violation the valley the house rules by trying to crash committees which you don't sit down all this is a pack right on investigation it's not an investigation though now it's not that they had but they keep **** about the the electronic the electronics their phones in a secure area there's nothing that you're doing in there you're probably just like making paper snowflakes nobody knows where you know you're doing in there good heavens I so a couple of other things I treated by the way that story from TMZ where they said Alexander kasha Cortes of the joker stairs are Bronx staple movie fans can't claim it because now we're actually having a walk off on a damn staircase so just so you know in addition we pull up some other things that I have for you today at the story of the person who it was a dude who Canadian dude who changed his name to Jessica again of and he went around all of these different salons to get try to get force women to wax is junk however the story Kane is really is one of canes favorite stories slowly you know Kane loves the story he does so this dude is like going around everywhere trying to get these women at this at this place at these different salons and he was even going to some salons where there the women were Muslims and trying to demand that they waxes jock because he's never transition that way right and so then it became a human rights council thing because it was considered an act of hatred for denying to end and the women were like we only literally wax women or not wax into due to jog and he was saying that it was bigoted towards hand that he could not force these women to do what he wanted them to do and he brought complaints like ten against ten of them many of whom were immigrants from very visible minority are highly religious communities and apparently again it has a history of racial remarks and all the stuff so they think that he was being racist and xenophobic and now he is he's lost and he has to pay two thousand dollars to each of the five women that were represented by the justice center including one woman Mrs Hey hard gill who had been forced to close her business because of the ana's l'affaire and she is a practicing seek and she was explaining did that that she could only because of her faith only provide services should to women but didn't care didn't care so she now unit has to pay he's gonna pay all this money to these women because of improper conduct this and I'm and I'm happy that it came out that way so this is it just it's he's a bully he's a bully appropriate in a gender and trying to bully other women into doing what he wanted I I can't I don't see a stronger instance of the patriarchy than this and this is the same guy by the way who apparently was organizing a topless swimming session for girls as young as twelve and parents weren't allowed to be present remember that all that was really really that was really at reported far and wide but yeah we're at the point where we have to fight I do and and stop at a stop him from foreseen us women if you're in if you are in does it do you have a salon and all of that we're in a word of culture now where women have to fight man to not be forced to Waxman's junk and I mean they were issued this dude was trying to get the Canadian courts to make this lot let legal sexual assault that's what he was trying to do it you it is not a human right to have your junk waxed we just put that out there you don't have a right to junk waxing it is not a right you can you can live without it I mean you're not I'm you know I'm a junior no one can get a woman to wax my job no one's here that's not a right I've I've everything things keep changing in terms of what is or is not a right constantly but it's it's always labor that they want to take over from someone else it's always they wanna put someone else in the some sort of even more than that women don't have the right to feel uncomfortable anymore you know that women have the end and feminist can go screw themselves they're always uncomfortable women have lost the right to feel uncomfortable and have lost the right to listen to their gut instinct anymore because feminist cave to the patriarchy feminism is now a worthless movement of people who have caved to the patriarchy and gaslight themselves and their dwindling followers that they actually do something for females and they don't it's been a when you when women have lost the right to feel comfortable and when our right I mean you are talk about women in rates the fact that this even had to go to court was ridiculous no pun intended it was insane I didn't do anything it's not my fault that you think the way you do the same the same so this is this is a failure feminism that women have to fight to to get to this point that women can't even feel comfortable in a fitting room women are now forced to share our restrooms and if a dude feels comfortable dressing as a woman in a male restroom his comfort comes before the women he's making feel uncomfortable in the female restroom and remember people who are transgender you can still be a be a dude who wants to dress as a woman or quote unquote identifies a woman and yet still be attracted to women it's not it's not it's gender not sex so we'll explain then why women don't have the right because it's sexist if anyone wants to justify the sexism and explain why women no longer have the right to feel uncomfortable women have been disenfranchised once again and the fact that feminist aren't raising a fit over this is just insane to me and it's further proof of their declining influence and they're and they're affected they've sold out their sellouts how are you how would anybody again how would you defend that I as a woman the right to feel uncomfortable absolutely if I'm in a you know a locker room from at the gym and I'm in there changing just a Ted to do my thing after and there's a dude on there every right to feel uncomfortable you can set your sexist edible snakes down if you don't think I do sit down we are not in the forties and fifties set it down have every right to feel uncomfortable and anybody who says otherwise is perpetuating sexism that is sexist that for all the people out there say all Republicans we don't have the right to have women no longer have the right to feel uncomfortable we don't have access to safety anymore even our ability and right to defend ourselves is being called into question I'll never forget Joe Salazar who hates me because I showed him for the full he is man I own him Joe Salazar he is such a beta he tries to argue with every woman who wants to defend herself and you actually went out there in Colorado state legislature was on tape we have played it I broke the story Kelley Mar her and her group out there and Glendale did awesome work on this because they were debating campus Kerry and this man actually had the audacity and I will never forget his direct quote he said that he didn't want women carrying guns because quote you just don't know if you feel like you're gonna get raped door or not you know we just can't have them pop the popping off out there I was his direct quote I was with this guy said he was he was suggesting that women were too stupid and paranoid and that we would just go off and shoot everyone and had the audacity to say this after a rape survivor who was a concealed carry permit holder and had been banned from carrying her fire on campus and kept her gun in her car was raped on the way walking to her car from campus yeah that guy so this is what I'm talking about women are we are losing right feminists are silent jokes the joke infuriates me if they were to change course that would be great maybe five for some of the things that were actually as women losing hello we can't even say women anymore good grief we got more coming up including Florida and later this hour so you don't miss it Raycom makes awesome awesome your buds there are the best wireless earbuds that are out there because they're comfortable they come in a ton of different varieties because people use if people would have already with your buddies they use them for different things some they've aval a waterproof pair I didn't I mean that's pretty cool I mean I wouldn't get mine in the water but they have a waterproof fair if you maybe you swim or whatever they have there new model out to eat twenty five it's our best one yet six hours of playtime seamless Bluetooth pairing more bass contact design you get a nice noise isolating fed each array cons wireless here but they all come with those up gelled these these individually individual gel pads and their side they have different sizes you can snap those on your rate cont and not only does it make it super comfortable this thing is they're so noise isolating and more so than any other wireless here but I've ever spoken on it's actually weird and you got to get used to it because you can hear everything so clearly it is so noise isolating these are the perfect wireless earbuds by the way to take on a plane with you if you don't want to wear the cans because you can't really move your head very much or get comfortable when you got those on.

"joe salazar" Discussed on The Oil

The Oil

13:52 min | 2 years ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on The Oil

"Of a conversation with one of the board members at bonanza who is running a who is still running precision drilling kevin love you i mean it was sort of a a nick knowledge method they they might need some help they just become public ebony enza and i was really interesting be involved in the dj and so my initial days days and there were some of the most fun of my career is a big transition from me and and i i really loved wearing a lot of hats in what was still a pretty small company but but a ton of tailwind in the dj was a noble anadarko arco in particular really elevating the dj it'd be sort of it there on shore marquee asset and for good reason and 'em so you know it bonanza sort of the the best of times and then it got to be the worst of times you know in you know the with the when the cycle turn but i know that sounds like the energy space but it you know it was that was a very disappointing a outcome for me i you know it was just speak again i i had high school friend of the workforce in the field and so there is a lotta yeah just a lot of connection a there a in a number of respects and who's part of the watch in in and you know i felt you know responsible for well certain parts of it yeah yeah 'em you you know you're you're you're back here you're in colorado in now you won't things i wanna ask you about if you've been very vocal proponent at least linked in wives of positive messaging about oil and gas industry and i want to explore a few of those posts which you that's all right sure and so and because it actually i think is is a refreshing we also do one of 'em is on oil and gas and be liberation of women i i haven't seen that actually you know really from anyone we have a interaction without a women's energy network but but which i would have that expectation but you come along and you've got these posts on this who could you talk about that you you mentioned the quote unquote the liberation women as one of the most powerful underappreciated result will be available only use oil and gas in the past hundred and thirty years yeah well this that post was a result of a video the mercedes benz put out about the first voyage of sorts of the first car the car opens had produced and it looks like a motorized try cycle 'em but maybe at the conclusion we can provide some links to these things 'em but for me it was very i opening obviously it's it's there's actors you hear what is this this sixty mile car ride she took her two boys you know and i think it would south western germany 'em go see her family and to sort of did it without asking carl and a first so she was pretty tough lady i mean i you know the the courage to do that i think is something we have a hard time appreciating right now but she did she had to be inventive on the way 'cause it broke down multiple times in this video sort of the picks that in his very condensed form but it also shows the living conditions a that you know were prevalent back this is eighteen eighty eight which in the grand scheme of things isn't that long ago right i mean i you know we have you here in the usa have been lowered the sleep because we've now probably three generations in the everybody having a light switch that always works right but that is not the case were billions of people around world and certainly i think that has 'em critical impacts for women and children and a lot of these societies tend to be patriarchal and women are forced to you know go get out of the water do all the cooking cleaning 'em you know kids aren't being educated i mean when you don't have steady light at night literacy rates suffer and you know just i think there's a lot of interesting studies on just the cost of light and how it's exponentially decrease in the last hundred years in particular some of these edison to the second one which was where you improvements in human wellbeing you said you know like in eighteen hundred and forty three percent of the kids worldwide never saw their fifth birthday right in in in the time that first car ride was executed 'em you the number was a quarter 'em you know they're they're still places in the world did have that sort of mortality rate they're all kind of central africa my 'em you know the most desperate you know living conditions we know on the globe today 'em in conceited they have no reliable liable accessed energy and so i mean i'm not saying it's only precursor for quality of life and u n has a human development index that i've created a couple of charged where you could sort of see the correlation between interviews in total this is oil electricity natural gas just energy across the board per person that there is a very distinct correlation and it's really incomes to of course 'cause they you know you could afford the inner right right 'em which gets us probably into the next topic of like some of these movements their foot and then i really believe sort of an arms race 'em towards women solar are making energy less affordable that's what we've witnessed so far and there's a lot of claims of course the get may but that's not the case with new projects but we we haven't yet proven to be true and it's it's a little concerning me obviously because we've got instances even in our own country were the rate of inflation of power prices just looking at that in isolation have been fifty percent greater than the national average when people are trying to implement heavy winds solar agendas 'em even get into that further if you'd like but it well no no this is that you bring up a really good point and there were so gosh darn it i cannot recall the be article that i read recently but it was an amazing at the manhattan institute discussing be efficiencies the be wenden solar crowd has gained over the past decade and a half you were not going to see those jumps inefficiencies any further literally because restrictions on physics yeah the the the is increasingly you know miniscule to really be impactful full to making these other forms of alternative energy they contribute but they certainly are at the point where they're gonna replace you know i think that's the hard psychological thing because we've seen so much advancement smith in how if you're backed information flows and and just you know what the power of you're i phone is and how that volved in your lifetime you up witness that ran in so you think that is translate of all that sort of inflection is translated into physics oriented business there were enough supply and energy of various forms and i'm all for portfolio i don't mean the single out one in so i do think a portfolio approach is is totally appropriate i worry when we get into a well for gonna go hunting percent to a couple of forms they're totally you know today unproven to supply peak demand levels and that's the other thing i think people get wrong or don't recognize is you can't look at an annual average judge a demand level you have to look at you know in in colorado august july when ac loaded conditioning load is the greatest ironically that's when the when blows the least so there's these in his while uptown natural gas generation offset that and that doesn't get reflected in some of the the the the project koss don't account for what you gotta build back up a supplemental power for for the variability of the weather driven power supply winning solar in so looking at those costs in isolation is the wrong analysis right i mean it's not what will be reflective ultimately in the rate based at the consumer will pay you 'em you're a strong supporter of locally of these i i say quote hashtag energy strong here in colorado is it is it frustrating have your message of liberation of women improvements in human wellbeing at odds with what is now coming out of state government in colorado particularly as it relates to senate bill one eighty one in part of that prop one twelve and the message that when when the base of that messages the industry is detrimental people's health yeah yeah it's very tough this year because i care deeply about state it's people obviously i leave here i you know i mean i i my family lives in eastern colorado a you know i relive on all sides of the dj base in my my immediate family 'em they're talking about admissions and and you know then it does need to be dealt with certainly those valid concerns but the odyssey a detriment of industry is whole well again i think people you no thinking back to what we've been through kind of politically in the last year you had obviously the ballot initiative one twelve which would have created a very large setbacks relative to current regulation relative to a lot of different things not just occupied structures which again you had to really dig into the details that ballot measure to understand it impacts and you know even for us there 'em in extremely rural parts of weld county that bill would have been devastating bill the ballot measure the ground never had that pass because it it also buffered against intermittent streams which you know the prairie in colorado is full of goalies and washes the drain rainfall when it does come in usually comes in verse thunderstorms and so you get these you know many caverns the the the evacuate the water right but those brennaman streams and they're all over now in so you can't go another twenty five feet without encounter in another one so that's why would have you know blotted out are entire business right so you know that was but that but that ballot measure was pushed by by coastal concerns there keep it in the ground folks they're very antifa also you'll folks but they were disguising in projecting it as eight local health safety control measure which is soon as that thing was defeated they hire joe salazar who's coming off his stint at legislator and you know they're all about litigation now in we also had the martinez supreme court decision common i think it was january february 'em you know there were they had had a conflict with the ceo gcc that they were issuing permits without in their minds a accounting for the chemo the facts of all sorts of in 'em impacts the a wildlife water air climate change it they ultimately lost that case face but it feels like one eighty one sort of crafted around that decision to give more opportunity for legal challenges to each one of those components of impact which we and then again we have to own a a variety impact we all have them when solar has them i mean just all energy forms of impacts absolutely 'em so a yeah the the discussion a has very quickly just become very political and it's been hard to keep it grounded in a lot of fact 'em and there's a ton of emotion of involved in it because people there's been a lot of migration to colorado and people have come here for you know maybe an idea that they would you know see the rising i mean i mean not not that they don't but they never expected have any intrusion to that m a n so you know where that i think that's sort of the the battle of public opinion that we but i think it's a very small a very vocal minority 'em but then you've flare that on with green new deal and some of the things are now bubbling up nationally which i think are are sort sort of a you know eight eight eight directa attempted just fight trump right in i'm you know trump loving made him indifferent to whatever you're issue is when he pulled out of paris he's sort of made this whole thing in my estimation at a target 'em in a there's an released a climate change there's really nothing more divisive you know that you know.

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"joe salazar" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on No Agenda

"Julian. Very strange interesting that before. There's a note for Julian now, he sent a note on March ninth. Oh, okay. I'm ready. Now, I see what happened Eric be put into slot leaper slotted. I know what he did. He donated one hundred fifty then fifty separately on act says on accident. Okay. He's obviously millennial because you only. That on accident by accident is should on accident and say that all the time really donate one fifteen fifty separately on accident. I wanted to donate a full two hundred in one go, but my brain is dumb, not your how to fix this. Or send a note? My name is Julian carpenter from Avon Colorado makes it to you. Now, he didn't said could have put a note there, but he didn't. So what I think it was is right at the top of the list of the one fifties air just changed at the two hundred does other ones got it. God if God after the sort. Okay. All right. We're great chilling. You're you're you're good to go. The associate exempt up into the associates is so shits where you belong. Complications back to the chart. I'm glad you pointed that out because I probably would've missed Keith Gibson one hundred fifty dollars daynuss and Moreland hills Ohio hundred and fifty dollars Dame Patricia Worthington, one hundred fifty dollars one hundred dollars, including John Jillian carpenter will Robinson Robertson. Indus- Palos California one two three four five. He's been a listener for nine years. Wow. He's nearing knighthood. Okay. Joan again sometime maybe play that later. Loose Luca Marito as berto in Savona. Vosa of Switzerland. So he. What was fascinated by this? Nice little note. And he says I donate thanks for doing the show. But it's so I had to where Savona Switzerland. So I looked it up is not the very bottom. It's in chino. Canton. Just he's like he's like twenty miles from the border like Italy. Right. Yeah. It's almost Italy. Sure is in Italy. But he's masking as Swiss. Since wits Roland. But it's it's in Switzerland. But it's in that parts, which Arslan might as well, be Italy. Right. And this is a Swiss Frank donation hundred twenty four. Swiss francs and forty four Swiss Frank cats. Turns out to be it with free close were point nine nine dollars. Yeah. Hagen repegging. We're we're paying the Frank close. It's pretty even. Yeah. Which is good. So all your Swiss out there. You can donate Swiss francs and nobody's gonna complain. Luca Maria as I'm sorry. That was Luca Andrew feeler, Sorocca tease. I'm just having trouble today. One hundred dollars ninety cents assure Arthur Goblets, go bits, bits, bits one one one dot ninety. This is ten cents for every show so far, and that's, sir. Arthur go, it's who's from the Netherlands from the of course, he's, sir. Hugger of kitties protector of the throwning gasfields, Barron fund slaughtering to who's ING it. Right. I know I know that. Von glitch ga. Three thumbs up one hundred eleven dollars eleven cents. Joe Salazar are in also he's somewhere parts known is it, sir. Rob Van Dyke. I don't know. I don't think so he's in gave one hundred Dame Laura of the snowy cascades that manage Washington. One hundred Bill Fleming until so Oklahoma hundred David COPA hundred from Boynton Beach, Florida Sean day was one hundred Giovanni Gomez a hundred John Hallard Missoula Montana. Any has a this is this is an addition to my fifty dollar month donation my seventy fifth birthday is March twelfth no Karmanos jingle just more analysis that keeps me grounded. He says he got his first night who two years ago. And now he's reached his second. Very bare nuts because he says holler. Okay. So John holler will be Baronet. John.

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"joe salazar" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on No Agenda

"Julian. Very strange interesting that before. There's a note for Julian now, he sent a note on March ninth. Oh, okay. I'm ready. Now, I see what happened Eric be put into slot leaper slotted. I know what he did. He donated one hundred fifty then fifty separately on act says on accident. Okay. He's obviously millennial because you only. That on accident by accident is should on accident and say that all the time really donate one fifteen fifty separately on accident. I wanted to donate a full two hundred in one go, but my brain is dumb, not your how to fix this. Or send a note? My name is Julian carpenter from Avon Colorado makes it to you. Now, he didn't said could have put a note there, but he didn't. So what I think it was is right at the top of the list of the one fifties air just changed at the two hundred does other ones got it. God if God after the sort. Okay. All right. We're great chilling. You're you're you're good to go. The associate exempt up into the associates is so shits where you belong. Complications back to the chart. I'm glad you pointed that out because I probably would've missed Keith Gibson one hundred fifty dollars daynuss and Moreland hills Ohio hundred and fifty dollars Dame Patricia Worthington, one hundred fifty dollars one hundred dollars, including John Jillian carpenter will Robinson Robertson. Indus- Palos California one two three four five. He's been a listener for nine years. Wow. He's nearing knighthood. Okay. Joan again sometime maybe play that later. Loose Luca Marito as berto in Savona. Vosa of Switzerland. So he. What was fascinated by this? Nice little note. And he says I donate thanks for doing the show. But it's so I had to where Savona Switzerland. So I looked it up is not the very bottom. It's in chino. Canton. Just he's like he's like twenty miles from the border like Italy. Right. Yeah. It's almost Italy. Sure is in Italy. But he's masking as Swiss. Since wits Roland. But it's it's in Switzerland. But it's in that parts, which Arslan might as well, be Italy. Right. And this is a Swiss Frank donation hundred twenty four. Swiss francs and forty four Swiss Frank cats. Turns out to be it with free close were point nine nine dollars. Yeah. Hagen repegging. We're we're paying the Frank close. It's pretty even. Yeah. Which is good. So all your Swiss out there. You can donate Swiss francs and nobody's gonna complain. Luca Maria as I'm sorry. That was Luca Andrew feeler, Sorocca tease. I'm just having trouble today. One hundred dollars ninety cents assure Arthur Goblets, go bits, bits, bits one one one dot ninety. This is ten cents for every show so far, and that's, sir. Arthur go, it's who's from the Netherlands from the of course, he's, sir. Hugger of kitties protector of the throwning gasfields, Barron fund slaughtering to who's ING it. Right. I know I know that. Von glitch ga. Three thumbs up one hundred eleven dollars eleven cents. Joe Salazar are in also he's somewhere parts known is it, sir. Rob Van Dyke. I don't know. I don't think so he's in gave one hundred Dame Laura of the snowy cascades that manage Washington. One hundred Bill Fleming until so Oklahoma hundred David COPA hundred from Boynton Beach, Florida Sean day was one hundred Giovanni Gomez a hundred John Hallard Missoula Montana. Any has a this is this is an addition to my fifty dollar month donation my seventy fifth birthday is March twelfth no Karmanos jingle just more analysis that keeps me grounded. He says he got his first night who two years ago. And now he's reached his second. Very bare nuts because he says holler. Okay. So John holler will be Baronet. John.

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"joe salazar" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on No Agenda

"Julian. Very strange interesting that before. There's a note for Julian now, he sent a note on March ninth. Oh, okay. I'm ready. Now, I see what happened Eric be put into slot leaper slotted. I know what he did. He donated one hundred fifty then fifty separately on act says on accident. Okay. He's obviously millennial because you only. That on accident by accident is should on accident and say that all the time really donate one fifteen fifty separately on accident. I wanted to donate a full two hundred in one go, but my brain is dumb, not your how to fix this. Or send a note? My name is Julian carpenter from Avon Colorado makes it to you. Now, he didn't said could have put a note there, but he didn't. So what I think it was is right at the top of the list of the one fifties air just changed at the two hundred does other ones got it. God if God after the sort. Okay. All right. We're great chilling. You're you're you're good to go. The associate exempt up into the associates is so shits where you belong. Complications back to the chart. I'm glad you pointed that out because I probably would've missed Keith Gibson one hundred fifty dollars daynuss and Moreland hills Ohio hundred and fifty dollars Dame Patricia Worthington, one hundred fifty dollars one hundred dollars, including John Jillian carpenter will Robinson Robertson. Indus- Palos California one two three four five. He's been a listener for nine years. Wow. He's nearing knighthood. Okay. Joan again sometime maybe play that later. Loose Luca Marito as berto in Savona. Vosa of Switzerland. So he. What was fascinated by this? Nice little note. And he says I donate thanks for doing the show. But it's so I had to where Savona Switzerland. So I looked it up is not the very bottom. It's in chino. Canton. Just he's like he's like twenty miles from the border like Italy. Right. Yeah. It's almost Italy. Sure is in Italy. But he's masking as Swiss. Since wits Roland. But it's it's in Switzerland. But it's in that parts, which Arslan might as well, be Italy. Right. And this is a Swiss Frank donation hundred twenty four. Swiss francs and forty four Swiss Frank cats. Turns out to be it with free close were point nine nine dollars. Yeah. Hagen repegging. We're we're paying the Frank close. It's pretty even. Yeah. Which is good. So all your Swiss out there. You can donate Swiss francs and nobody's gonna complain. Luca Maria as I'm sorry. That was Luca Andrew feeler, Sorocca tease. I'm just having trouble today. One hundred dollars ninety cents assure Arthur Goblets, go bits, bits, bits one one one dot ninety. This is ten cents for every show so far, and that's, sir. Arthur go, it's who's from the Netherlands from the of course, he's, sir. Hugger of kitties protector of the throwning gasfields, Barron fund slaughtering to who's ING it. Right. I know I know that. Von glitch ga. Three thumbs up one hundred eleven dollars eleven cents. Joe Salazar are in also he's somewhere parts known is it, sir. Rob Van Dyke. I don't know. I don't think so he's in gave one hundred Dame Laura of the snowy cascades that manage Washington. One hundred Bill Fleming until so Oklahoma hundred David COPA hundred from Boynton Beach, Florida Sean day was one hundred Giovanni Gomez a hundred John Hallard Missoula Montana. Any has a this is this is an addition to my fifty dollar month donation my seventy fifth birthday is March twelfth no Karmanos jingle just more analysis that keeps me grounded. He says he got his first night who two years ago. And now he's reached his second. Very bare nuts because he says holler. Okay. So John holler will be Baronet. John.

Julian carpenter berto Italy Giovanni Gomez Switzerland Arthur Goblets Robinson Robertson Savona Switzerland Luca Andrew feeler John holler John Hallard Missoula Montana Luca Maria Savona Rob Van Dyke Eric Luca Marito julian. Indus- Palos California Bill Fleming Keith Gibson
"joe salazar" Discussed on Eyes on Conservation Podcast

Eyes on Conservation Podcast

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"joe salazar" Discussed on Eyes on Conservation Podcast

"Also against it all involved parties for the governor's office against one twelve as a registered Republican and somebody who's worked very hard to get one twelve on the ballot and to pass it. What are your thoughts about that? There is so much for politicians to lose. If they were to come out for one twelve. And I really see that as the main obstacle that. We as yes. For one twelve crowd. We had to go against too because every single person who's here, you know, politicians have everything to lose. So why on earth what they support something? When the stakes are so high in terms of campaign, finance, I mean, it's it's a rational decision on their part. But it doesn't mean it's morally, correct. I am I am very pessimistic to this would pass. As it is. I talked to a lot of people at work. They have been given false information that it. Basically people were told things that weren't even in the Bill itself like that it would affect unoccupied structures, which is not true that it would affect current Waylon gas production, which is not true that oil and gas would not be able to access their minerals, which is not true, basically. The oil and gas industry has been able to spread lies and they have gone unchecked by even our Colorado public radio. It doesn't matter. What your party affiliation is? It's just if you believe in health and safety over corporate interests, and apparently our politicians don't agree. Everybody for being here this evening. I'm state Representative Joe Salazar. I love. Look look at you guys. This is what community movements are all about right? What it's four digits people taken over five hundred years for a lot of things what is not going to take that long for this effort to continue moving forward and to get past. It's not because at this moment as we're watching the results come in. There are Laurent's across the state who are rising up against this industry. I wanna speak the moms of your rising. We're the first people in Colorado that were telling me about this issue, N, G, April, and Jen, and Wendy they were trying to keep fracking away from their children's school. They fought so hard these gave it everything they had. They did incredible organizing at in the ant Nate frac their children's school. Why because the CO GCC does not deny permits not ever. And that's why this needed, and that's why all of your hard work is so needed right now. Word.

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