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46: Top 5 modern indie bands

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46: Top 5 modern indie bands

"All today all the time in the world greetings and welcome to the final episode of The current season of list. And this is the podcast where i sit with special guest and together. We build a top five list on a topic they choose. This week's guest is kamala adams. Music blogger extraordinaire and we got talking all about indie music and we are building our list of top five modern indie bands and it will become apparent very quickly that our definitions of indie differ sorry different definitions of indie. Actually we'll talk about it in just a second definitions of india kind of okay. They are sympathetic. Definitions of modern very much differ. Because i'm an old man So we'll get to that and a bit but yes we'll have a chat about the fact that this is the final episode and what that means and stuff in later but for now we did talk about India stuff and. I was curious to know how kamala defines in the it's more diy but now Those even like like diy but might did have radiated on the list. And i realized they multi Have beliefs in album Four years ago but it was pretty sad plunged up put them as a navy. S roughly Off it gets more like just Smaller like not mainstream kind of like gingrich That so i like alex. Academic world could sub generous in like bedroom pop in pocket. No that still the united guys in ninety f- yeah so it's it's kind of a bit more of a ethos may be for you than it is a specific sound. Yeah i think if it's like a a want that right Doesn't make any sense to non exciting Fan but if you get like 'cause he used to be like in additive thousands. It was autumn on keys. Tina's will kind of sound already. You'd know india's Especially lab and nowadays you have captured about women's mola but oh yeah by one. Soden roy was almost haven't forgot about the narrow malysz is to be a very big fan of them but she is sold at live and do the whole thing. I had to get pulled out of the crowd cause could hit story honestly for me my best friend. She's five foot two of a five one of being nice with the pulled out because we really just. It was good but we were like. Oh god become big. Hunt lost minute in this crowd. I haven't i haven't done any kind of anything approaching marching In a while. But i remember being because i'm a i'm a very old man kamala. I remember being in a skull punk. I've been in scotland mosh pits and those are great fun because as much pitch go preach held out and and pretty friendly. You know As much as people all over the place you definitely see the the pa and then people pick each other up and it's just it's kind of nice just each other and carry on. It's it's could seen my dad's sco as is that as madness the mind and everybody with him in everyone's doing the same stance It's very very cool today. That i was like fifteen as well so the new channels of this is not for me. Mosh pips that colleges. I'll be like i'm going to exit way out with when i was about seventeen on to my local Downs you don't see canes and i was watching the shallow and also the front run an historic Club onto the royal on. I would always going to work on a song i had the idea for. Some winners was a gig. Very pleasant gig and i'm trying to remember the name of. Oh yes i was going to. I was going to write a song. Called to factor skunk. 'cause it was. It was a realization. Hot about myself is a really wanted to skanksa this to this band. I just i did a few seconds nicole windows now to scant one realization. So with that. In mind i i really think some of the names you've thrown out. Now i really think we're going to have different definitions of modern as opposed different definitions of india. So i'm i'm really intrigued. What is number one fee. What absolutely has to make the list. Podge radia k digits. Like at the minute are. You've made up nine rebounds at the minute and they have you had them. They've lost year right and it's like one of the one of the best albums Just is really really good. The mainly women in the bound. I think born guy maybe as Role diy a sound to them Good they up on them before. That is good but it's not. It's not as good as just brought out. It's always nice when you when you you you'll with a band and your liking newer work as opposed to you know diminishing returns that's good really really good album. The definitely one of my favorite Modern indie bands. Minute so who might You how you introduce an old man to might like myself to party radio If i like x. y. Like porridge radio. Maybe like some of the classical female vehicles pulled his head. Maybe akayev on thinking here. But i'm a more sound Like other fun. Is something like keke quite fun that some nephews of like just kind of experimental like devices voice in this Becoming a bit of a female vocalist like this just Topless interiors females The hedonism i. I don't think i have. It might have popped up in my discover week at some point. But i'm not sure A listen to just like because they haven't released selena free or something. Lots of my laughing at somebody help missing recently. What makes one feel number one in diva. I don't know if i've got my list in order So we'll we'll figure it out. I did have to you mentioned as being think prior to modern which which was the cortina's. Yeah well they still live brosseau still. I came to them relatively light in fairness at. I think it was only twenty fifteen. I think i. I you know with the concrete. Concrete love I it's where. I sort of start getting into them and the first album was a bit reminiscent of my second choice. Which i mentioned in a bit. But i you know i enjoyed that set of. You've got northern sound without overdoing it. I think i felt that sometimes. Back in two thousand five. We had a lot of these northern bands. It felt like it was a it was becoming a bit of a trend. And some people were sort of upping the northern in a way that was like a. It's it's charming. But now you're just you're kind of overdoing it. Whereas the teen is like they had a nice kind of i think they might suffer from being. I think because quite polished album wise. I think probably suffer from being. Maybe a little bit pro tools. A in the having heard them live at the you know. I don't think they hold up quite as well. I think they need that production behind them. Which you know. He's a bit of a ding in your column on my my my but he he site his should minus two. But is it just like the voting a lot. Joe and that's kind of the music that unisom since any sort of all full Of what you make him his opinion a massive faculties anymore. I used to my best friend. Chloe one of our favorite bands back in the day and she introduced me to them. And i did like saint jude. The album Off the Yeah i think that's the most indie kind of spirit album knock it. Just listen to some of the songs. Come on my shuffled on insulin. Nowadays you don't see them. There's a few more like mo-modern. Indie bands ibra fat Away from that now that sort of like a waste inspired okay Voices years ago now like listen to the manual said. Pick a big town around so of on the why they would they. All at one of the biggest will the fast fans i think of when i think of the indie rock of the the kind of classic indie rock sound incalculable. Kind of the out all right. Well what is it for you then. This list isn't murray in older. But i'm going change it around. Input will they're not just because just go very good light. Daiva sound that can give you a really loud energetic saga than the next one will be really slow swing under dislike brady. Do not like having a cv. You like those different experience have you. Have you listened to them I have I'm i'm struggling to. So i had to chat with a couple of weeks ago about oh was best albums of of twenty twenty and i kind of had this horrible realization that i've i've really haven't kept up on on music recently and of started changing that now especially as i moved away from spotify and went back to apple music and that new music recommendation is not great But yeah so. I've sort of started stepping back into it and trying to actively see count new stuff. But i know i have Will follow some just Yeah i'll be struggling to come up with the night. But i'm pleased to see that they've got an album coming out in june blood records of british like a was a campaign with them. But these kind of move the album cover. It changes the pitcher them. It's like a blue marble Like says any five thousands of alaska in the basket before to the ob. it should be really good in what nissan out tomorrow's. Oh sweet won't yeah. I will I'll make you don't make a beeline for them and give another give. Him another spoonful at fast didn't actually like the march back in this twenty sixteen. I had that that fast some many lisa's smile Cuddle salons reasoning outside. 'cause my friend she also was this grew up hearing actually quite good. I do like really appreciate it. When you've abandoned the can be varied. Yeah i really picked up on that. This if i think if some of my favorite old man dad bands they are. They do tend to be ones that have much. More of a varied sound An annual get all sorts of different types of you know of sound Is this one that sort of a country band and there is a preponderance in Some country acts in the states to want to do reggae weird but they look like every. Every album has a reggae song about being on the beach with with either a joint or cocktail. Both in your hands and you know it's fine bombed. I'm going to put one of them are right for my number two. I am going to pick. And i feel they've got the well they had the sound and this is the thing they had the indie sound. But i think much like the cortina's i think we struggle to find an indefinite and this might also be a little bit two thousand and five. But i'm gonna go with maximo. Park actually haven't listened to them that much. I i did a lot. Actually you know much more than the cortina's before for whatever. I think it was just more like i feel like the cortina's with just a little bit more Now as opposed to maximize parks best was certain trigger and our pleasures. And i think our actually pledges might be two thousand seven so you know Delete is appropriate for consider. Modern bar They've got that that kind of sound and those first of couple of albums are bit more stripped back You've got this sort of northeast twang i do. I can't help but sing in the guys accent. Every time i hear them and they stack up live because then not overly produced that sound and he's not like an amazing vocalist but a great lyricist stuff stocks. Well when when they play live. So that's that's why they're there on my list. Let's until the i've been singing a couple times like my newsfeed Down to listen to. But don't you mean they all next still very like modern dana clark definitely on that on the big cliffs to yeah mcclay judgment that combat now than what. I think that the periodically They they have Been been back and forth. I haven't 'cause the albums have been so. I enjoyed a sentence trigger and then the second album our i think he was the second hour. Prejudice is the one that sort of was the one for me and then it slowly sort of started to drop off a is. That sound became a little bit more. I don't know they lost some of our punch and the the edges started to get rounded off which is often a story that you had But i think they've still carried on making good music. I don't think they've compromised I just think that they want to make a slightly different sound than what i enjoyed And so i haven't kept up on quite as much. But i do know that they do pop up every couple of years with the new stuff. Who's number three them. And he is blind. I even okay at the lessons. Smoke come. I'm completely ignorant. I discovered designed mainly khloe again. Dimensional went to The show they were supporting them. And all these guys have never of them just like that. She blew me away in this tiny stage but they kinda Like we left. And since then i've just been On my fans. They've got such Thing he's retirement Free of them in the band and they released to albums in two thousand nineteen nothing sensitive thing but Free really strong albums. They've got like a very nice like radiohead condo very a revoke cool cool Very good band one of my favorites Wants to listen to yeah definitely. I am intrigued. But so with without like what's what's the sort of what the energy level we talk into high-energy stuff. Low them as they have very by vast range again. You get on the base Slow a bit pressing Kind of what you expect than on the debut album Good like high-energy songs net. Ready give hope for the bring outsing. New certain probably will be imagine that really really good. The definitely my show. They all fed place might be above. I guess we'll bring down this kind of halt Different barry very popular in light. Try seventeen that came can it. Fema i just sold online while these are pretty good. Never had them incredible. Nice live when you make a discovery. That i just feels yet Like you have a bit of ownership over the muffing bandaged discovery and it's quite the lead single. It's really nice as am gave my shop chase south to being. Get back to napoleon's point was that you didn't have to go through just a shopping stars that just like us right well for for mine number. Four three three. I'm going for not banned. But at well yet i think it's sort of perform I think he has a session band for his albums. Jerry cinnamon own Because i think for someone who can just bust unperformed on their own. I think that is like as in the as you can get And for it's a kind of strict back sound that he's able to he's able to to put together without voice and he's gone with. These fantastic lyrics does members of my family. He just ripped through him legs. I absolutely You know he. He really touched a part of their soul in a big way and they they love him so much. Yes that's good. I got it for the boy. Let's say that. Are you acquainted with his work. Not i have listened to one of his really. Didn't like it. so okay. What was what was wrong. What what think Kind of music. I would've loved fees of Announce a bit more of a fan of like Now so the it feels like getting backwards to give them an incident being that farah. But i don't think yeah i just did not want head so i'm not gonna waste one time cut. He's very good. yeah. I'm sure he's very good but not serena's not so bad 'cause like listen typically Ana oxygen of obscene of Around on a low of these right popular very quickly. Prequel son Actual sunday but if it is simone. It's pretty good. It's pretty impressive. Going out as to who. I think might oh it might be too. I think you might have some some ep as well. I i do regret to inform you. the hayes. His name is gerald crosby. john crosby. I'm afraid very disappointing. Yeah sorry sorry. Mr. sentiment he he apparently. According to wikipedia he sings in his local accent with brutally honest lyrics spy. Was he for a go. I think carol yeah economy scottish. He's he's highly. You can always tell when keep scottish Already here around their accents into like a band but yet just fun scouts accident. I'm not many people like it but yeah sort of brings me back to maximum park again in like i'm trying to think of one of songs. I always love singing in his oxen. But it's you know that. I would look to see your next year though that would to say you're next year what's i can't help it. It's just it's it feels good okay. Who as number full for you. Then i'm a guy with the growlers okay Did not for america. Didn't the old ones out on this. I'm not sure if general change it to the vaccines Because that kind of the bound. I think when i think of like indie modernity Depend on the scene for quite a long time. They have and then the last album combustibles. I'm sure Since ahead a new song. Fire so Standoff but combustible really album consistent as well that's definitely Yeah the the a so nice choice. I imagine that. Seo is taking something of a hit at the moment times offing. Tweeting something about the vaccine or something. That's been a few names about them. Yeah definitely like that's good won't as they made a good choice back in two thousand and ten call off match Chief of the best night. Yeah they've been releasing stuff I mean this is the thing that they're going to do. Well that if they call themselves corona it would be an entirely different story so they really did make the right choice very good name come back and really suck a tenure ten years since what you expect from the vaccines really Extended addition maybe. I'm not sure they really something or demos Nice that one of the Dislike always retention murray. They're just very solid in the very very good van. That's a that's a that's a great pick where do i go I did mention catfish in the bottom in that. Was that was before. But we've a think we'll brush on past and i'm gonna go wave nothing but thieves Who i am. Not like i i enjoy. We'd but i'm not necessarily like i'm not gonna go to bat for them. They're not gonna you know i do. Think as a modern indie band They deserve a mention Loud face a high jay Quite quite shout he They've been around. Yeah they've been around for a while from essex and Yeah i think. I've only trying to think which album is the i that i owe broken machine broke machine that i had But you know. I was like i'm enjoying this by. It's not it's not breaking a world open is that the one with the wholesome Now going back. Actually on. I can tell you that the head of them i used to be qualified of this actually burn. They do really good night loud. So light In the same brown one on around the world other a lot more popular than say so upset sounded roadblock loud in your face very good night so like stadium sounding that they fit out a a good An yes yeah that definitely one of the popular modern indie bands. Now all right. Well i i feel feel feel knowledgeable which is good So i'm just looking at when that was really so nothing but thieves their self self titled album which actually might be the one i. I listen to This one with the whole which is with a horse on it. I'm trying to wikipedia. Not being helpful yes. It is is talk. Album has got the blood horse on it. Might be the one that That i had actually. Yeah i feel like the first album is a good usually a good barometer to judge. Abound by like thoughts. Thesis statement really. Isn't it okay. So with that then who is number five. Well it was radio best Everyone at like doesn't give him for fascinate. But i changed it to colton quoting dennis. You've had them. But i just said debut ep unsurprisingly i have and i want to put them into Law smarter more than the other ones full. frodo band is that just been By on from town. So that must mean so i will. I will defend you would say yes. I'm sure that does make something he's a. He's a music chris christie. He's like on youtube. He's got like a couple million he's basically they just slow lift his if he writes on good. Thus deaths that agreement with at basically Yeah he's a very popular. he does like mica. he's interested interesting. Watch ideology videos. He does like breakdowns of albums and stuff. It's quite funny. Definitely worth checking out basically if you get on his youtube channel. You've made it so. Wow right okay. What trade to. What's what's the sound you the enjoy about cooling. They have like funny lyrics and that kind of unit post Coming back nowadays country roads Switch shame will that kinda sound Medea is the one that i've heard of the noisy kind of experimental sound a bit. Quick quick pace in your face mike so unite like bits and new. Ep is really good kind of wash new exciting bands on the on the scene at the minute. The definitely wife lesson okay. So if you if you want that Dot kudos that sort of sounding like finger on the pulse. Then porting is Ironically considering it's very fresh word that is the Those those guys tonight. Excellent and that newest release has also horses on. Venus took five modern independence. He used horses. Horses right yes about that works Okay well my last one. I've got. I've got a couple but one of them's about the other. One is another side of wattage. Who plays with the band. And i think i'm gonna go with her because I just think she exemplifies the sound a little bit more and a bit more modern An is courtney bonnet over bonnet off. Yeah i think so Guys to work with a sort of a friend. We were traveling back in his car and we were listening to the album. We both like. He's like a proper proper music head. He's always got his finger on the pulse he knows new music and he's he's got good taste and all this kind of stuff i we were both trying to figure out. 'cause we both have very different tastes. Why we both like courtney bonner because when you take all of the pieces as individual paces that don't work. She's not a very good vocalist her lyrics a rod and sometimes doesn't fit. She's not a great guitarist. The kind of backing. It's kind of a nice sound right but when you bring it all together and with the accident is somehow works. And it works to great effect. That first album is fantastic. And i love the fact that it just starts with a commented. The name of the song the opening new poll. And just there's no. It's bang straighten lyrics strums based like it's dash straight away. There is no lead up. And i just love the boldness of that. Yeah yeah i. I think i think she's i think she's just on a light of the giving generally can you. Can she just kind of the chair on it. I thank yes. She's very different from like colleen company. Compare it to anybody else. That's the the the sort of spokane half spoken. Half sung lyrics the lyrical content like it all just feels quite kind of in the But with a bit of polish but you could absolutely see her Just just doing a sat and be very role an punchy in a way that you know the records on be quite enjoyable. So this is come on adams. And this is at the risk of getting to self-indulgent this is the last episode of list and the for the foreseeable future I love doing the show. It's it's so much fun. And a i get to have great conversations. You know the the sort of. I recall season because dot wasn't the intention. You know we kind of go broke up by him about pandemic but the the first run i went and big with lots of show notes staff and lots of things and and this this a like if i was doing music things always including bits of music and all that stuff and really what i wanted to do in these last year episodes is just let the conversation be what they are you know and be a little bit more emergence and a bit more natural and i you know. I think that's fine if you hear the songs if you want to check out the band's you know where to find them you know there's there's links chaudhry ghulam them all all that kind of stuff as i mentioned on last week's episode my company is Oh the technically speaking the product that iran and this podcast was originally hosted on is is now under the stewardship of the fine folk at castoffs. Who do podcast hosted of the really talked about potent. My company on this podcast. It was never an ad for the company. This was my hobby very much but Yeah that is now a thing and the way we got to that point was not a a an easy quick journey to get to that point and so that meant that a lot of things. I mean there's a there's an episode of of my other podcast. Beware of the leopard has been sat waiting for an edit for literal months actual legit months. So yeah lots things fallen by the wayside. But i'm finally getting came back to things but as things stand at the moment I don't know that. I can put the time and effort into making. Listen the i would like to and for this at this moment. That's what i'm sad. I'm certainly not saying that. This is the end of la vita. Keep it in your Keep us in subscribed That would be. That will be lovely. Because i i'm definitely not ruling out more episodes. I just can't tell you we'll be back this time because i really don't know at the moment i'm working quite hard on the the new business which is helping people do this. Essentially so i'm helping people who are completely new to podcasting make great shows and fall in love with it and that's that's part of the job is actually falling in love with their own voice in their own ability to express themselves in podcasting as much as i love doing it. You know and and so. I'm putting my time towards that and and helping people make shows and producing them for them. No let stuff. And i'll also be producing educational content of my own. Sir i will be podcasting. 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It's not really when some of it's sort of averages about once every three months. But that's that's probably about as much as i can manage extracurricular level so that will be me. You know still still here. Learning the guitar And just trying to live a cozy life. That's sort of you know. That's where i am. But i've had such a blast even even just this this last sort of you know Halfway through twenty twenty the episodes of recorded have been wonderful. And i'm indebted to stewart parker. I didn't thank him in the last episode. For which. I'm remiss but i do. Thanks a lot for he. Basically got everyone though was on this series. And i think it's been such a great lineup of guests. A lotta music people but a lot of the stuff i mean. What am i i. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna play favorites. They are genuinely like everyone. Who spent time with me sharing their passions sharing the things that they love and let me argue over them. It's been absolutely privileged so Yeah and i really hope that you've enjoyed the episode's and if you wanna get in touch and anything You know whatever. Or if you've got a guest ideas and things you think we can do then Or if you help me with production. And then i can just sit and And and just picked people list envy ajima dot com is where you can Get in touch. Well let's get back to the final quiet of self-indulgence. Don't don't you think we've list to make come on. And i have gotten important work to do. We will dispatch that that work. We will discharge our jacuzzis and we will combine our lists to create a mega list of top five indie bands of the modern era. So We will take it back to me in the not too distant past to round out the episode and i will speak to you. Hopefully in the not-too-distant future. Well we've called so we've got task here kamata. We've we've got. We've got very different. Lists which i think. He's good so we haven't really got a lot of overlap so from you. We had a porridge radio wolf alice. Blind even the vaccines and courting and from me had the cortina's maximo park jerry cinnamon. Nothing but thieves. And courtney ban it. I think i think i am going to put the vaccines tom. Building the list as we speak And i think. I wanna make i wanna make mention of courting i think in the top because i think we wanna feature someone who's definitely up and up and coming. We want that kind of local flavor. I think that's really good to have the vaccines More maybe the talk. I've put them quite close to the top job what what might provisional list is. State ceo fell from five to one of courting maximo park couldn't bonnet vaccines and wolf. Alice how do you feel the affect vaccines and we'll policy kind of go hand right different but both lot of Indian the sounds Decide formally come on adams. How do you feel do you consent to this list. yes variation. Did you have any sort of honorable. Mentions that didn't Didn't might what's up five idea. Indeed one of the victims. I have ultimo keys. Showed mentioned That lost albums one of my favorite albums of all time. I don't know it's a very divided album. people hate it. i think it's like a genius Just being one of the indie bands since they came onto the scene was two thousand six. We'll even before that was before that. Yeah i think nato free. I remember them being around. Two thousand five starts when i i definitely remember. I'm sure were allowed around before then. Yeah i think there are. There are banned. I i sort of dera few at the time. The icon of lumped together. And i think given them a little bit short shrift and i think kind of need to try and rekindle you know co- come back to them and and and try and figure it out because Yeah i think they deserve a second chance for who is consistent Recoupment Was consistent on being into them. But when i was growing up my brothers they listen to them in the kids and the streets. Yup that was kind of like well. They did this until late. Two nd green day. It was kind of modern. Nolte's indie because that always that kind of listening to will ever mtv being The music channels. We used to have back in the day. Says on. That's what i would also say peace dunked not. I think i'm drawing a blank. That kind of like they haven't released album since two thousand seventeen but they've have free albums sold in the live twice that fantastic live. Even though he was wearing muggy with russian hat on you know i saw him he was wearing. Why with a cowboy hat on brewery. Greedy sounds to them every like a couple of songs that could electric puppy. Indie puppy on Cossack of indie sound anti kanda flooding ban backwards in college. And that definitely hundred follow. Philip definitely not friends with them so probably worn Cytogenetics today the yet really good trying to think there's any allegations like this big bonds like slaves robot. I mentioned navy put them in more than india does fizzy blood as well identifier to poppy. But i remember looking fizzy blood. I of course spoon on there as well who possibly a bit too old now to be considered modern debut. I'd feel like in. They warranted a mention include radiohead or watch. I don't think wrong too. I think i think that is yeah. I think that makes sense. I just think that in the list. They kind of started out place that it to. That's not fair because They've been going certain yet against the vaccines whatever. That's just not for them. Yeah completely but i think your instincts are right here just more. My favorite bands pumping might. Yeah definitely mental. Five favorite bands will time. I was never really. I got yeah i icon signing i just. I'd never really quite got on the radio But i respect the game. I respect the game. That's you know that's the truth So tell me about tell me about the indies. Seen i don't mean in general i mean tell me about you. Know though excite. Yeah boys just. I started when i was fifteen. I think and i did. A my first book was about blind haven offer. Just see them live. I was like oh this is the body should into Messing saw a piece of land. It on a book. Which i code the mama effect gonna love hate it really funny wild. Just a kid. Big passionate once told button music by Very bad of a big president said those many gaps in book. You will enjoy an episode two weeks ago that we covered top five ways to procrastinate musician side on the west i oh god they wanna get into exhaust progressing and it was just very sporadic. Cut post offer like ryan. Today would review gigs to a year license bad. I'd be like a giggle. 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I don't have to have the pressure during thank Procrastinates on time which is a big bonus. Me will you on a string puller. it's very Because can you write this made Casual thing more than anything like this. Now data and yeah. I think we people like us. Especially we need guidance. We need we need to be told what is the what we should be listening to. We need to lead and And i think this is great. And i think what i like is that you've you've obviously got Diverse opinions you got twenty writers. Not everybody's gonna look the same stuff. And i think that's right so people in from like people rapin grind Dot com nucle- So genre micah. I've wanted it to be just indie. Music will why by god if it comes to my inbox and i like it. I'll just talk to the onto the team like god. I want to be like you know. A dent like metal. Something like that Kaz my boyfriend's on the team as well. He likes also to be like this. Can you pass onto the team stuff like that. 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467. Is the Future of Farming in the Ocean?

Freakonomics

44:38 min | 4 months ago

467. Is the Future of Farming in the Ocean?

"Own no one's came and asked this basic question. what's unique about the ocean as an agricultural space. what is it makes sense to grow. And when you ask the ocean but says something very simple it whispers in your ear. Why don't you grow things that don't swim. You don't have to feed. That is brendan smith. He has had a fairly interesting life. Here's a good quick summary of the early part from a book. He wrote called eat lake fish. I dropped out of high school. Deficient spent too many nights in jail. My body is beat to hell. I crawl out of bed like lobster. Most mornings i've lost vision in half my right eye. From a chemical splash alaska. I'm an epileptic. Who can't swim. And i'm allergic to shellfish. Smith was a teenage misfit. Who dealt in use drugs and caused various other trouble more improbably. He also went to law school these days. He's an ocean farmer. He has a ten acre plot of water off the thimble. Islands of connecticut in the long island sound he raises oysters clams mussels and kelp that brown slippery seaweed looks like packing tape. If you were passing by his farm in your bo- you might not notice it. You'd see these navigation. Booties there said about three hundred feet apart. But that's about it some booze and that's a good thing. The aesthetics have allowed us to permit more easily and not get a lot of pushback from folks that see the ocean all these different ways. I see it as agricultral space but other people see it as a place to you know. Put their feet up other civil. So i have a sense of what it looks like from the surface but then let's say i jump in and go down ten twenty even forty fifty feet. What's it look like. They're early in season. You'll just see lines but then say by march you'll see these huge walls brown. And that's the cup. Roy vertically downwards and then we intersperse are props of the next line. You'd see these sort of long sausages of muscles and then you went down deeper. You'd see oyster gauges. You can't see the clams clams like the mud. Smith lives in fair haven connecticut. A neighborhood in the eastern part of new haven home to yale university as for fairhaven it surrounded by two rivers and it's got huge piles of scrap metal on one side. That kind of keeps the alleys out but if you dare to across through that it's just. This incredible community actually was one of the centers of oyster farming through the eighteen. Hundreds i live in an eighteen seventies or captains house and you got a shocking room in the basement i read. It's around room with a huge hole in the floor. Where not sure what they did. They boil oysters. Or maybe that's where they put all the shell but my yard is filled with you. Dig down about two feet and you just get your shells through the whole yard. Then the street is called. Pearl street was actually paved with hoist. Shells back even though. He raises oysters himself. These days and mussels and clams what smith is really excited about is the kelp. Here's another bit from his book. Kelp replenishes ecosystems rather than depleting them. It helps mitigate climate change. Earning the moniker. Sequoia the seat. It requires zero inputs. No fee no freshwater fertilizers. It creates new habitat for all kinds of species as all fishermen who enjoy angling on my farm can tell you as i mentioned. The title of smith's book is eat like fish. The subtitle my adventures farming the ocean to fight climate change. It want james beard award last year. But he's not planning to write more books. This one was tough. It was painful. I mean i'm not a. I can tell a decent story in a bar. What smith is planning is a revolution. The oceans are huge. Right in the world. Bank did a study that if you take less than five percent of. Us waters just grow seaweed it sequester carbon output of equivalent twenty million cars. He also has thoughts on what to do with all that seaweed. He started a nonprofit called green wave to preach his gospel given brent smith's background his preaching comes with a bit of an edge. Here's another passage from eat. Like a fish convention says i should repent and prefer the sober in offensive and violence free life. But i don't the nice edge has been good to me making the world. A better and more beautiful place isn't about softening for the dinner crowd. It's about the granular work of fighting waves and rolling up tattooed sleeves to work with nature. It's not about domestication. It's about blue collar innovation solid civility on the docks hop aboard and rebel with me in the profane. It tastes so good. That's today on this edition of the freakonomics radio. We get underway and underwater. Right after this is freakonomics radio the podcast but explores the hidden side of everything. Here's your host stephen dubner. Let's say you. And i me on a whatever picnic an airplane. What do you tell people that you are that you do as born for land and then i dropped out of high. School became a fisherman and then wandered around and ended up as an ocean farmer. I mean you left out all the hell-raising year. Yeah but i'm sitting close to airplane for like six hours and you don't wanna scare me. Yeah it's at brent. Smith grew up in a fishing village. Called mattox cove on the island of newfoundland. Just off the canadian coast. Everyone was fisherman. That's all i wanted to be. Those were the dream jobs. They get up. They head out on boats. No bosses self-directed lives. It was a really idyllic place to live. His family. didn't quite fit in. His parents had left the us in protest of the vietnam war. His father was linguists. Who spent months away from home working with the in you it up. On the mainland in labrador his mother raised brand and his sister and kept up her subscription to the new yorker. My dad absolutely loved it. My mom definitely struggled. She was churning. Butter by han. We didn't have he'd just woodstoves. The toilet would freeze over. When brand was thirteen. The family took a vote on whether to move somewhere less rugged he wanted to stay. He lost the boat. Three to one and moved into the suburbs of boston is all department is right next to the railroad tracks. My parents moved there to try to get us into a decent schools was a huge shock within weeks by just began to unravel. I didn't want any part of it. I'm packed full of all these learning disabilities and things always struggled with school. He started getting arrested for fighting stealing selling drugs. Everyone i was hanging out with ended up in jail rehab dead. There was a period of time. Where i really thought i'd end up in jail or dead. Why do you think you didn't The boats by the time. I hit the boats. I just got obsessed with work systems and how to move your body just being really good at what i did. He dropped out of school at fourteen and worked on a lobster boat in massachusetts a few years later he ended up to dutch harbor. Dutch harbor is best known today as the setting of the reality. Show the deadliest catch. Smith was there before the tourists came in when the place was rougher. The great thing about fishing not spending any money. You're just you're just making money and there's just all this pent up energy and you hit the docs get thousands and thousands of dollars and that's just recipe for pretty intense nights. Here is an excerpt from eat like a fish. Even though i was still a kid. I'd already been fishing for years so jobs. In dutch came easy. I worked trawlers longliners and crab boats. The work was hard. But i've been forged for the twenty to thirty hours shifts for weeks on end. We were a mashup of inuit white trash mexicans. It was the first time. I met someone with a tear tattooed on his cheek. A badge for killing his first man. I learned how to sleep standing up and had a spike chewing tobacco. Jailhouse hooch fermented from cans of fruit cocktail. As the cod came aboard we toss them into a conveyor belt. Stunned them with a hard blow to the head slice into their bellies and ripped out the guts. Something was happening back in his native newfoundland. That got smith's attention off is about to announce a more torian on northern cod fishing ban. That will cost twenty thousand jobs. Understandably people are anxious for more details but today fisheries minister. John crosby refused to reveal them. Mr crosby default on the actual job loss was even worse than what the news reported. Thirty thousand people thrown out of work overnight. That biggest layoff in canadian history. And it was the fishermen who was the canneries seeing an economy. That's built up over hundreds of years. And just seeing that sorta guts ripped out of the culture fishermen just wandering the streets like hungry ghost. That's where i pulled out at a macro level is like oh there's something bigger going on. The bigger picture was complicated. Changing economics changing climate and significant over-fishing looking about humans. Is we get good stuff. And then we get to good at stuff and we just got too good at catching fish. Part of that was world war. Two a lot of the technology radar spotter planes tracking to nuts huge factory ships developed. And so that was the moment from a. Let's say community based fishery or nationally based fishery to a global industrial fishery. I mean markets are really good at some stuff and they seem really bad at others for instance where they really bad. We catch all this wild alaskan salmon. It all goes overseas. And then we import farmed salmon from chile for norway. That's crazy in california. Ninety percent of the squid go to asia to be processed and then come back to the us to be eaten. It's not the collapse of the cod. Industry was a tragedy for newfoundland for smith it was an inflection point. He decided to leave alaska and move back to the only place he'd ever thought of as home. He took night classes at the local university and got a job on a salmon farm. He thought this would be a bright future. I was sort of promised. This full spilled goods. Which is this is the new food revolution. You're gonna still be able to be on boats and feed the planet and it was just iowa pig-farming its seat pesticides antibiotics. The fish tasted terrible. This was in the early nineteen nineties. Smith argues that aquaculture hasn't changed all that much. Here's an excerpt from his book. Mother nature pours monoculture stuff. Any animal cheek-to-jowl in crowded pens and ocean will fight back with rampant disease. It's pretty simple too. Many fish in one place create fertile swamps for disease and pass which in turn trigger a cascade of antibiotics pesticides and gmo's wants consumers caught on and began boycotting form fish. The agriculture industry adopted a furtive strategy of mislabeling their seafood and their marketing budgets. Fish were secretly shipped off to processing facilities that mixed farmed and wild thousands of untraceable. Frozen fillets were trucked off to restaurants and seafood markets to this day. One out of three fish sold in the united states is not what it promises to be. Here's how smith has come to diagnose the issue people all over the world love to eat fish and the more today than ever and the aquaculture industry has grown and grown to supply that demand. But he says there is a fundamental problem. The fundamental problem with agriculture is. It didn't ask the ocean what to grow. It asks the markets so if people want to eat salmon and tuna you try to grow salmon tuna but salmon and tuna on wild fish. People are really trying to make fish fed agriculture better now but it's still in its environmental. Rnd stage by the time he was in his late. Twenty s brent. Smith had tried wild fishing farm fishing and everything in between after i left. The agriculture farms lost didn't know what to do. He got into community organizing working with dairy farmers and coal miners. that felt so uneducated. My sister was so smart. My dad my mom and so. I decided to go back to school and this woman. I guess there's a soft level of corruption. I have no idea but she got me into cornell meaning cornell law school here's how he describes it in the book getting into cornell was the high point then it sucked from day one all my insecurities about education an- about whether i was smart were inflamed. I began waking at five. Am back to my fisherman's hours to read until the pages blurred although miserable. I did well a one class. First year contracts emerging with an a plus that a plus gave me a boost in confidence but it turned out to be a fluke. I eat by the rest of my classes often skipping weeks of lectures just to avoid getting called on by professors. I felt stupid and alone and compensated by trying desperately to keep a finger hold on my identity by hiding spitoon in the inside of my jacket pocket so i could chew tobacco during class. I tried but i just didn't belong there. He made it to graduation but he never even took the bar exam. I bought a seven hundred dollar airstream and parked it in the walmart parking lot in guilford connecticut. I was with a woman at that time. that's where she lived. And then i just lived there therefore it was supposed to be like a year and a half. I ended up in there for like thirteen years. He and his girlfriend made out of scrap wood and drove it into manhattan to sell it and they made surprisingly good money. Smith was a scrapper hustler but also still kind of lost. He felt the need to get back on the water. He heard that local shellfish commission was opening up new oyster grounds for the first time in a century and a half as he writes in his book. Those old fellas saved my life. Here's a nice passage from the book with the new symbol island leases available. I decided to remake myself as an oyster man by twenty fourteen. I had grown a blue some and learn to read my waters new ways through. I'd gotten to know every inch of my farm floor. And by growing plants vertically i learned the patterns and seasonal variations of the full water column. This meant daily observation of how the currents move through my fields where the sweetest nutrients float in the water column. And how a mix of wins in tides shifted. The movement of mike help rose. My inner life was changing too. I was fully reborn as a farmer. The hunter in me was gone. And i lost my thirst for blood. My brain felt different. Like it had been rewired. My need for high octane adventure waned. My shift happens slowly borne out of watching kelp grow. I can't put my thumb on it but there was a mystery to growing plants. A pleasure apart from fishing and farming shellfish maybe it was the kelps iridescent colors maybe the wonder of hoisting fifteen foot walls of plants out of the water. I imagine this is the sweet quiet that inspires poet. Farmers like wendell berry seaweed had changed me. So did you invent three d. Ocean farming you brent smith no. I'm like a moment in this really long lineage. What i did. When i came in as i talked to every old timer i could mean regenerative ocean farming those back to in the pacific northwest. Thousands of years when indigenous communities were creating clam walls the first muscle farmer was this irishmen that got shipwrecked in france. He tried to net some birds and so he put these nets out and instead all this muscle seed stuck to it. So he became a muscle farmer and still at regional francis a central mussel farming area muscles seed. Meaning the microscopic larvae. That grow up to be muscles. What i did if i did anything was i took all these different kinds of farming and put them together into a system where overhead was still low. But all these species work together. His mix of crops evolved over time. So it used to be all shellfish started with wasters and then clams and over time kelp has taken up more and more of the share of the volume and the prophets. And so right. Now it's about eighty twenty eighty for cal twenty percent shellfish and the reason is it's just easier to grow plants than animals and it's not as labor intensive every species has its own business model. Different labor costs the great thing about oysters for examples. They come prepackaged. Just clean him on the boat throwing a bag and they go to market kelp a has to be processed and stabilize within about eight to twelve hours or the cells breakdown and so they create processing plants and things like that which really eat into profitability. Kelp grows so fast in such high volume. You're looking at about ten tons per acre. Is there any land crop. That's that productive. I don't know anything about land. But just so you know you're sitting on it right now but okay. So you get a crapload of kelp in other words and if you have to do it all yourself starts to become not viable. Yeah this year would happen is we. Took all our help. We couldn't process it inside because of covid and processed it in abandoned tobacco barns in connecticut there are hundreds of gigantic has connecticut actually had a tobacco industry for quite a while and it turns out like tobacco at acts like it. The workers on the farm now. Like all of this is simply just hang. All the kelp smith may have cracked the processing issue but there are other challenges. The troubled growing food underwater is. You can't control your soil my quote unquote soil. Which is water. turns over a thousand times a day. I can't see what i grow. And there's just all these complex things going on year to year on the same patch water so some years my couple be five feet long other years. It'll be twenty feet long some years. I'll get bio fouling like sports and things stick to it really early which really affects whether i can use it for food and this gets to perhaps the biggest challenge for a kelp farmer how to find customers. Here's another excerpt from eat like a fish. Which explains where the title comes from. Dave seaweeds contain more vitamin c than orange juice. More calcium than milk and more protein than soybeans. Those on the hunt for omega threes are often surprised to learn that fish don't create these heart healthy nutrients by themselves. They consume them by eating the plants. Fish eat we get the same benefits while reducing pressure on fish stocks. So it's high time we eat like fish. Problem is a lot of americans. Think see we disgusting. For most of my life. So did i- slimy and rubbery it's got weeded its name. It's more likely to wash up at the beach than show up. Did plate sure dried seaweed. Snacks and seaweed salads are widely accepted now. But if we want to leverage the thousands of edible ocean plans to build a new agricultural food system out to see we've gotta move ocean veggies to the center of the plate that means convincing americans. That see vegetables are no different from any other vegetable. Smith had a vision. But he wasn't quite sure how to get there so the year two thousand fourteen. He did a lot of people. Were doing then. He launched a kickstarter campaign. I believe deeply the my far could be a model of how we can save our seas how we can save our planet and ultimately ourselves. We can create a blue green revolution. The fights climate change feeds the world and create blueberry jobs. His message resonated he easily be thirty thousand dollars. Goal also attracted the attention of professional investors. Venture capitalists smith. Kohl's them sharks. They wanna think of themselves as the fuzzy sharks right you know. I made a huge amount of money and hedge funds. And now. I wanna do good with that money. But they weren't a good fit for him people who make their money off of just money aren't very good at business. So a lot of these folks would come in a hedge funds and stuff think they're amazing running businesses and they're just terrible in his book how he describes the feeding frenzy he'd become part of word was out there. Were big bucks to be made. At sea and farmers were chum. In the water corporations began realizing they could move in early and dominate a new agricultural space with unlimited growth potential sharks began circling calling emailing showing up at advance a prince of qatar head of economic innovation at the white house breathless stories came out in forbes. The financial times the wall street journal others were promising. Millions of bitcoin investments. I heard rumors of a saudi arms. Dealer who was trying to get his hands on a california lease tax lawyers were salivating at the prospect of using farms in international waters tax havens one expert interviewed by business insider captured the mood. If i could buy kelp futures. I would coming up. After the break can brent. 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Free after you attend a free demo when you go to to calm dot com slash freakonomics get started today at c. l. dot com slash freakonomics only rent smith a newfoundland native spent his youth fishing and fighting now. He's an ocean farmer in connecticut primarily growing kelp and he runs nonprofit called green wave trying to attract other people to what is called regenerative ocean farming. His book is called eat like a fish. My adventures farming the ocean to fight climate change in his view. Kelp is something of a wonder crop. Consumers don't necessarily see it that way at least not if they're expected to eat it so reading your book you write about sea greens primarily kelp but many others as if they are the next thing thirty here and you've got this motto. Kelp is the new kale and it really feels like the revolution is underway. But in all the places that i shop whether it's grocery stores or online like freshdirect even in farmers markets i'm not seeing it as a primary ingredient. So why not. And what's it gonna take for that to happen. I was totally wrong. Kelp is not the new kale early on. We were doing kelp cocktail events in new york. And these incredible chefs. Who are able to do. Amazing stuff. like barbecue. Kelp noodles with parsnips and breadcrumbs. But it really stuck in the boutique and so it hasn't broken in that way is broken in as an ingredient in plant based burgers replacements. Her bouillon cubes things like that woven into these other industries. The reason you don't see it in stores is that it's so unapproachable because you has to be dried in order to be shelf stable if you just have it out of the farmer's market it's going to wilt but we've broken to the other side i think once we understood. It's not gonna be boutique in the climate change. Everyone needs to think way way. Bigger beyond community gardens beyond farmers markets and really. Have you know thinking scale. So if i'm hearing you ray. It sounds like the scale. Ability option for kelp as an edible is as a food ingredient. Not on its own but that even as an ingredient. The potential is huge. Yes yes exactly. Did you feel like. In retrospect you wasted time by getting seduced by the boutique appeal. We had to do it because kelps disgusting. We had to get people to eat it right. So when i hear you describe all the purposes of seaweed from an ingredient in foods to eating on its own to bioplastics fertilizer. It sounds like you know the story of the sea. And if i say that to you you probably bristle a little bit. You don't like soy beans so much as a crop do you. Soya's an even worse brand name than agriculture. Because why i mean. It's associated with massive monoculture tearing down rainforest pesticide use it's like the example of global agribusiness. That is impacting the climate in a negative way but there are some similarities by meta soya historian. At this event this people go to school for everything but he taught me something really important which in the forties and then into the fifties soy started trying to get americans soy and they came to the conclusion never going to happen so they said. Let's put it in everything. Let's we've it through all these industries and now soy is absolutely everywhere and so we can do that. With kelp and other seaweeds we can weave it into existing industries and have a really positive effect we turn into fertilizer and compost and if the kelp is got a lot of bio fouling on it. That's really good for the land as farmer because it's packed full of these micronutrients and nitrogen carbon and then we do bioplastics. There's some great companies creating packaging straws than they're all compostable and then the last income stream we see is luke carbon and nitrogen so blue carbon and nitrogen. You need to explain that. It's basically basically you're doing pollution remediation. Yes yeah so. The natural forest pullout carbon this huge carbon sink. It always has been so that has value but the markets don't recognize it and so as farmers were able to grow it and then if we're able to track that carbon and it's sequestered in the soils that carbon credit goes to the farmer. How do you get paid for that. Blue carbon in general carbon credits and offsets is gold rush around it. There's not much rigor and tracking and really knowing the true content of harman's a huge challenge. So what we're doing. Is we take the cal. A percentage that we know goes into fertilizer and compost to a certified lambasts farm. That knows how to take that and capture the carbon in their soil and then that offset. We'll go to greenway the ocean farmer and we've got buyers everybody from shop fi to adidas everybody's hungry for offsets. We won't have trouble selling them. It's just a matter really making sure there's rigorous standard around it so on the kelp grown for pollution remediation to absorb all this carbon and nitrogen. Can you double dip on that. In other words it does all that and then you sell it for something else. Well you need to split carbon between avoided carbon and draw down avoided. Carbon is someone needs kelp as opposed to kale right. So they're not drawing down carbon but you're reducing the amount of carbon output of other industries. then there's drawdown which is taking carbon out and storing it for hundreds thousands of years right. I often get asked if it's possible to farm in urban areas. The answer is yes and we're already doing it. We call it pollution farming purposefully citing farms not for food production but for bio remediation would scientists call ecosystem services near metropolitan areas. The goal is to leverage the power of shellfish seaweeds to filter water and soak up carbon nitrogen and heavy metals all the while rebuilding reef systems. An example is doctor. Arish is groundbreaking work in new york where he set up kelp and shellfish farm in the bronx river to pull nitrogen mercury and other pollutants out of the city's waterways. I can only imagine how hard it would be to market seaweed grown at the tip hunts point but these results show that some urban farms crops will be food grade others will be suitable as fertilizer feeds and the really nasty stuff can be turned into biofuel so at a certain point you became famous for doing what you're doing and you became a media sensation. You really enjoy that period of your life. Yes it drove me off the water. I felt increasingly alienated. When my wife just made fun of me insulted me regular. We'd have a fight and she'd be like. I thought i married an oyster man. Not some guy that does talks. You were invited to ask. Elizabeth warren a question during a democratic primary town hall in the presidential election. I think we have the tape to play you. This is from brent. smith lives in new haven connecticut. He was a commercial fisherman. Now he works as a shellfish farmer. Brent what's your question brandt my always far was destroyed by two hurricanes now warming waters and acidification are killing seed coast to coast and reducing yields those of us that work on the water. We need climate solutions. Are we need them now. The trouble is is the green new deal only mentions our oceans one time this is despite the fact that our sees soak up more than twenty five percent of the world's carbon. So what's your plan for a blue new deal for those of us on the work that all of us can make a living on a living plant. So i thank you. I think it is a great question. I think he's got it exactly right. We need a blue new deal as well. Good for you. That enthusiasm sending incredibly genuine. Was it did anything happen. As a result of that yes senator. Warren came out with a blue new deal. As far as it was the first time there was a major plank in a primary about the oceans which is wonderful as really comprehensive and it really did come at it from a climate frame. You know there was a training ten thousand folks to replant kelp forests and neo grasses. There was a blue carbon fund in there to incentivize increased investment into the sector. There's all these elements and it's a very serious document. And i really hope it gets picked up. There is some conceptual wall or block. We have except for an intensive fishing cultures about the ocean. More of the. Us territory is under water than above. But we just don't think of it as this space for solutions for the economy the history especially seaweed farming is an asian thing but it turns out that there have been all these moments where incredible thinkers have merged together and cross pass like in the defense department of energy. Got really into the ocean for me. Actually the guy who helped invent the sidewinder missile sky wilcox started designing ocean platforms. There was a big split from the fifties the seventies where the us saw seaweed an ocean farming is an industrial thing. Like let's do biofuel. Let's do huge feed. let's make acetone. They thought just of it is not food but in asia they thought of it is food so they built a whole industry around that that said i think the time is right in. It's really cause a climate change just like cova created the opportunity for us to dry and tobacco barns all the terrain is changing from climate change. We can either build seawalls and flee the coasts or can be like. Wow that's more farmland right. I'm going to be using the skyscrapers in wall street as anchor systems. A hair at some point right with his nonprofit green wave. Smith is trying to recruit train and organize an army of kelp farmers. Of course it's got to be financially viable. When i came in the wild price for kelp was twenty. Six cents a pound. I said it at a dollar for my farm. But i was a first mover or outside new york and then it's dropped down to fifty five to sixty cents a pound. No farmer can make a living at that rate. What you need is a floor of two dollars. Don't mean to sound like the man coming after you but if this was telecom firms talking about getting together to discuss a price floor i would say that sounds like collusion on the other hand. If i'm a big firm. I could have to do with the ocean. I could have nothing to do with agriculture. I think these guys have gotten really good at what they do. But they've set the price relatively high. And i can come in and get a couple of billion dollars of venture capital and drive them so under water by pricing much lower than monopolize takeover. So that the outcome that fear. Yes well collusion. No every farmer should collude every day. Like price-fixing is our main tool. But that's why you form cau- right you're allowed to price fixing ochoa up. And sometimes to be fair. The government helps do that with milk. for instance. exactly. That sort of collaboration has been key. But what you're located. Exactly the issue is that we've gone out as small scale. Farmers and de risk the industry and huge amounts of money and big companies like trident. The biggest seafood companies in the world are leasing grounds aiming for vertical integration. I won't be able to stop that right. Society has to stop that halsey being developed state to state right now on regeneration farming seaweed and. There's a huge opportunity to embed certain rules in that policy. For example you can't be an absent owner so it's not like iowa where huge percentage of the hog farm owners. Their companies were outside. You can make sure that seed has to be produced locally within a certain bio region hundred miles or something from where the farms are so. There are certain levers that we can do. My dream would be that we would look like super cuts and the reason for that is super cuts. His never caught on in a place like fairhaven in inner cities and the reason is because there are so many people with barber shops and salons and things that barrett entry so low. It's not that expensive. You want to look like the opposite. A super cuts don't you. I'm ball so i i never go to you right that basically what you need to come. An ocean farmer is a few acres of ocean which you can often license from your state or local government fairly cheaply than device gear all of which is really cheap. All in about twenty thousand dollars. Let's say i do have twenty thousand dollars lying around. And i love this idea but i don't actually wanna get wet myself. How can i invest in someone who wants to do it without necessarily trying to bigfoot them in turn this into a total. Industrialization ocean farming. I mean i'd love people who wanna get wet to be there but if folks have some money and want to participate an investing industry. There's some really interesting ways to do. A lot of farmers will get started but they need money to scale. You don't have to just be an ocean farmer. There are all these other jobs. They're hatcheries right. Now that we have there in alaska other places that need community college level workers so there is going to be a whole jobs pipeline. We need engineers. We need policy people. So it's sort of all hands on deck so maybe don't want be out there with a sledgehammer in the winter break in ice off the gunwales but hatcheries are nice and warm and it off to get up so early and so you're how old now i'm forty a so. Let's say we subtract thirty one or two years and your mid teenage brian smith and you're in trouble and probably heading toward more trouble if someone like. That is listening to this now. What do you tell them kind of a cliche but like you're struggling because life is organized in an absolutely ridiculous painful awful way right. They put you in schools. That fundamentally are not built to educate they put you in jobs that are absolutely meaningless. And so take that energy. like no. You're right that you're revolting. Just start revolting. In a different way this less self-destructive it was really interesting to read about the technology that you need for ocean farming and then there's the technology that you right you don't need for instance you rate there is a gaggle of us engineers designing animus ocean farming boats and harvesters. Sorry but i'm gonna drive my own boat you rate. As soon as one of those put in the water. I will be sneaking out with my shotgun on a foggy night to put a hole in a quick pins death. I mean you sound like such an enlightened person generally but now all of a sudden you like with the textile looms that you just want to smack. What's the problem there seriously. we'll go back to. What a fisherman is like. Why did i do this. My goal is to die in my boat. One day my goal is not to be at the docks semi truck with a remote control the sense of agency of owning my own boat being sort of one with the ocean and the weather. Those things are so valuable. We demean those fundamental principles of the heart and the soul and that sounds so cheesy but like no one's writing a song about a tech worker. Right there are thousands of songs about fishermen of our farmers about steel workers because these are soul filling jobs that have direct function for things society needs and so as soon as the folks do robotics get shanties written about them in the bars. I'll change my view. You're familiar with the phrase to go out in a blaze of glory. Yes you know where that phrase comes from now. I might be wrong. But i i like. I read once that it was a viking king. When he was dead they just put his body on a boat. Set it out. Light it on fire gone. That sounds like exactly what you would like. Yeah yeah it's like a dream you got to rush your demise but when the time comes yeah i just don't want all like my pets and my wife on it too. That was bred smith. The owner of thimble island ocean farm founder of the green wave nonprofit and author of fish. 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46: Top 5 modern indie bands

List Envy

50:40 min | 4 months ago

46: Top 5 modern indie bands

"Audubon time today. All the time in the world greetings and welcome to the final episode of The current season of list. And this is the podcast where i sit with special guest and together. We build a top five list on a topic they choose. This week's guest is kamala. Adams music blogger. Gordon there and we got talking all about indie music and we are building our list of top five modern indie bands and it will become apparent very quickly that our definitions of indie differ. Sorry different. No definitions of indie actually. We'll talk about it in just a second definitions of india kind of okay. They are sympathetic. Definitions of modern very much differ. Because i'm an old man So we'll get to that in a bit but yes we'll have a chat about the fact that this is the final episode and what that means and stuff in later but for now we did talk about India stuff and. I was curious to know how kamala defines in the it's more diy but now Sometimes even like like diy but might did have radiated on the list. and i realized they mountain Have beliefs album Four years ago but it was pretty sad said longtime up put them as a navy. Roughly off. It gets more like just Smaller like not mainstream kind of like gingrich That so i like alex. Academic psychedelic could sub genres in like bedroom pop in the pocket. No that still the united guys in ninety f- yeah so it's it's kind of a bit more of a an ethos may be for you than is a specific sound. Yeah i think if it's like a a want that rated Doesn't make any sense to non exciting Fan but if you get like 'cause he used to be like in additive thousands. It was like autumn on keys. Teens will kind of sound that radio. You'd know india's Especially lab and nowadays you have captured about women's mola but oh yeah by one soden. Roy was almost haven't forgot about it and they're on. My list is to be a very big fan of them she is. I saw the live and do the whole thing. I had to get pulled out of the crowd cause could hit story honestly for me my best friend. She's five foot two of a five one of being nice with the pulled out because we really like it was just. It was good but we were like. Oh god become big hunt. Lost not minute in this crowd. I haven't i haven't done any kind of anything approaching marching In a while. But i remember being because i'm i'm a very old man kamala. I remember being in a skull punk. I've been in scotland mosh pits and those are great fun. 'cause as much pitch go preach held out and and pretty friendly you know as much as people all over the place you definitely see the the c. pa and then people pick each other up and it's just it's kind of nice just each other and carry on. It's good it's good. It's could seen my dad's sco as is that the funds will madness the mind and everybody with him in everyone's doing the same stance nausea standing there. Like it's very very cool today. That i was like fifteen as well so at new channels of this is not for me. Mosh pits the I'll be like. I'm going to exit way out with when i was about seventeen on to my local Downs you don't see canes house watching the shallow and also the front run an historic Club onto the royal on. I would always going to work on a song. I had the idea for some who was a gig very pleasant gig and i'm trying to remember the name of our yes was gonna i was going to write a song called to factor skunk because it was a realization at had about myself is a really wanted to scan qr along to this to this band. I just i did a few seconds. Nicole windows now. To sketch was realization. So with that in mind. I i really think some of the names you've thrown out. Now i really think we're going to have different definitions of modern as opposed to different definitions of india. So i'm i'm really intrigued. What is number one fee. What absolutely has to make the list. Podge radia digits. Like at the minute are. You've made up nine rebounds at the minute and they have you had them. They've lost year right and it's like one of the one of the best albums Just is really really good. The mainly women in the bound. I think born guy maybe as Role diy a sound to them Good they up on them before. That is good but it's not. It's not as good as just brought out. That's always nice when when you you you'll with a band and your liking newer work as opposed to you know diminishing returns that's good really really good album. The definitely one of my favorite in the modern indie bands at the minute to who might You how you introduce an old man to might like myself to party If i like x. y. Like porridge radio. Maybe like some of the classical female vehicles pulled his head. Maybe alka yet on thinking here. But i'm a more sound Like other fun. Is something like keke quite fun that some nephews of like just kind of experimental like devices Voice in this bit like becoming a bit of a female vocalist like this just Topless interiors females fair enough. She follow Hedonism i i don't think i have. It might have popped up in my discover week at some point. But i'm not sure A listen to us just because they haven't released in a free as or something. Lots of my laughing at somebody help missing recently. What makes one feel number one in diva. I don't know if i've got my list in order So we'll we'll figure it out. I did have to you mentioned as being think prior to modern which which was the cortina's well they still live brosseau still i. I came to them relatively light in fairness. I think it was only twenty fifteen. I think i you know with the concrete concrete love i. It's it's where. I sort of start getting into them and the first album was a bit reminiscent of my second choice. Which all mentioned in a bit. But i you know. I enjoyed that sort of. You've got northern sound without overdoing it. I think i felt that sometimes. Back in two thousand five. We had a lot of these northern bands. It felt like it was a it was becoming a bit of a trend. And some people were sort of upping the northern in a way that was like a. It's it's charming. But now you're just you're kind of overdoing it. Whereas the teen is like they had a nice kind of i think they might suffer from being. I think quite polished album wise. I think they probably suffer from being. Maybe a little bit pro tools. A in the having heard them live at the you know. I don't think they hold up quite as well. I think they need that production behind them. Which you know. He's a bit of a ding in your column on my my my but he he site his should minus two. But is it just like the voting a lot show and that's kind of the music that since any sort of all full Of what you make making his opinion a massive faculties anymore. I used to my best friend. Chloe one of our favorite bands back in the day and she introduced me to them. And i did like saint jude. The album Off the Yeah i think that's the most indie kind of spirit album album it. Just listen to some of the songs. Come on my shuffled on insulin. nowadays you don't see them bit. There's a few more like mo-modern. Indie bands ibra fat sound anymore. away from that now that sort of like a inspired okay Voices years ago now like listen to the manual said. Pick a big town around so of on the why they would they. All at one of the biggest will defense fans i think of when i think of indies the indie rock of the the kind of classic indie rock sound in incalculable. Kind of the. Come out the all right. Well what is for you then. This list isn't murray in older. But i'm going change it around. Input will not just because just go very good light. Daiva sound that can give you a really loud energetic. Saga than the next one will be really slow Swing under dislike. Brady could not like having a really good kind of his. Cv you like those different experience. Have you have you listened to them. i have I'm i'm struggling to. So i had to chat with a couple of weeks ago about was best albums of two thousand and twenty and i kind of had this horrible realization that i've i really haven't kept up on on music recently and of started changing that now especially as i moved away from spotify and went back to apple music and that new music recommendation is not great But yeah so. I've sort of started stepping back into it and trying to actively seek out new stuff. But i know i have Will follow some just Yeah i'll be struggling to come up with the night. But i'm pleased to see that they've got they've got an album coming out in june blood records of british like a was a campaign with them but these kind of move the album cover. It changes the pitcher and it's like a blue marble Was like any five thousands of alaska in the basket before to the ob. It should be really good In what nissan out tomorrow's. Oh sweet won't yeah. I will Omega are a line for them and give another. Give him another spoonful at fast them. I didn't actually march back in this twenty sixteen. I had that that fast so many. Lisa's smile Cuddle salons reasoning outside. 'cause my friend she also was this grew up hearing. This is actually quite good. I do like really appreciate it. When you've abandoned the can be varied. Yeah i really picked up on that. This if i think if some of my favorite old man dad bands they are. They do tend to be ones that have much more of a varied sound an annual. Get all sorts of different types of you know of sound Is this one is sort of a country band and there is a preponderance in Some country acts in the states to want to do reggae weird but they look like every. Every album has a reggae song about being on the beach with with either a joint or cocktail. Both in your hands and you know it's fine bombed. I'm going to put one of them all right for my number two. I am going to pick and i feel. They've got the well they had the sound. And this is the thing. They had indie sound. But i think much like the cortina's i think we struggle to find an indie definition and this might also be a little bit two thousand and five but i'm gonna go with maximo park. I actually haven't listened to them that much. I i did a lot. Actually you know much more than the cortina's before for whatever. I think it was just more like i feel like the cortina's with just a little bit more Now as opposed to maximize parks best was a certain trigger and our pleasures. And i think our actually pledges might be two thousand seven so you know Delete is appropriate for consider. Modern bar They've got that that kind of sound and those first couple of albums are bit more. Stripped back You've got this sort of northeast twang i do. I can't help but sing in the guys accent. Every time i hear them and they stack up live because then not overly produced that sound and he's not like an amazing vocalist but a great lyricist stuff stocks at welwyn when they play live. So that's that's why they're there on my list. Let's until the i've been singing a couple times like my news Down to listen to. But don't you mean they all next still very like modern dana clark definitely on that on the big cliffs to listen to. Yeah mcclay judgment that combat now than what. I think that the periodically They they have Been been back and forth. I haven't 'cause the albums have been so. I enjoyed a certain trigger and then the second album. Our second hour prejudice is the one that sort of was the one for me and then it's slowly sort of started to drop off a is. That sound became a little bit more. I don't know they lost some of our punch and the the edges started to get rounded off which is often a story that you had But i think they've still carried on making good music. I don't think they've compromised I just think that they want to make a slightly different sound than what i enjoyed And so i haven't kept up on quite as much. But i do know that they do pop up every couple of years with the new stuff. Who's number three them. And he is blind. I even okay at the medicine. Smoke come. I'm completely ignorant. I discovered design mainly khloe again. Dimensional went to The show they were supporting them. And all these kinds of Ahead of them just like she blew me away in this tiny stage but they kind of Like we left. And since then i've just been living on my fans. They've got such thing his retirement Free of them in the band and they released two albums in two thousand. Nineteen nothing sensitive thing but Free really strong albums. And they've got like a very nice like radiohead condo very a revoke cool cool lyrics and it's just very very very good band one of my favorites Wants to listen to. Yeah definitely. I am intrigued but so with without like what's what's the sort of what the energy level we talk into high-energy stuff will them as they have very by vast range again. Let you get on the base Slow a bit pressing Kind of what you expect on the omeday we our brady verdict good like high-energy songs net. Ready give hope for the bring outsing. New certain probably will be at margin that really really good the definitely online show. They all fed place might be above. I guess we'll bring down this kind of halt Different yeah very very popular in troy. Seventeen that came out of nowhere. It may i just sold online while these are pretty good. Never had them incredible nice. I love it when you make a discovery that just feels yet really like you have a bit of ownership over the muffing bandaged right. We had the lead singer was really nice. Em gave my shop. Eighty chase to being to back to napoleon's was just a shopping the stars that just like us right will for mine number four three three. I'm going for not abandoned. But at well yet i think it's sort of perform I think he has a session band for his albums. Jerry cinnamon own Because i think for someone who can just bust unperformed on their own. I think that is like as in the as you can get And for it's a of straight back sound that he's able to. He's able to to put together without voice and he's gone with these fantastic lyrics does members of my family. He just ripped through him legs. I absolutely You know he he. He really touched a part of their soul in a big way and they they love him so much. Yes that's good. I got lots for the boy. Let's say that. Are you acquainted with his work. Not i have listened to one of his really. Didn't like it. so okay. What was what was wrong. But i think Kind of music. I would've loved Fees of A bit more of a fan of like Now so the it feels like getting backwards to give him an accident being that farah. But i don't think so. I'm not gonna waste one time cut. He's very good yeah. I'm sure he very good. But not very honest. Not so bad. 'cause like listen typically Ana oxygen of obscene of Around on a low of these right popular very quickly. Prequel son Actual sunday but if it is simone. It's pretty good. It's pretty impressive out as you want to do. I think it might. It might be too. I think you might have some some ep as well. I i do regret to inform you. the hayes. His name is gerald crosby. John crosby ham. Afraid very disappointing. Yeah sorry sorry. mr. sentiment he he apparently. According to wikipedia he sings in his local accent with brutally honest lyrics. Spy was he for a dansko go. I think carol. Yeah economy scottish. He's he's highly. You can always tell when keep scottish Clogging ready here around their accents into like a band but yet just fun scouts accident. I'm not many people like it but yeah sort of brings me back to maxima park again in like to think of one of songs. I always love singing in his oxen. It's you know that. I would look to see your next year. You're would love. Say you're next year. What i can't help it. It's just it's it feels good okay. Who as number full for you. Than i'm a guy with the growlers okay. did not for america. Didn't the old ones out on this list. So i'm not sure if general Change it to the vaccines Because that kind of the bound i think. Oh when i think of like indie mobility like they've been the scene for quite a long time have and then the last album combustibles i'm sure Since ahead a new song fire was full of a combustible already album consistent as well. That's definitely a battle with people. Yeah dance dead us a nice choice. I imagine that. Seo is taking something of a hit at the moment times. Offing tweeting. Something about the vaccine. Something that's been a few names about them. Yeah definitely like that's good won't as they made a good choice back in two thousand and ten call off match Chief of the best name. Yeah they been stuff I mean this is the thing that they're going to do. Well that if they call themselves corona it would be an entirely different story so they really did make the right choice very good name. Come back and suck a ten-year Ten years since what you expect from the vaccines really extension maybe. I'm not sure they really something. We'll demos Nice that one of the Dislike always return to the very end. They're just very solid in the very very good van. That's a that's a that's a great pick where do i go I did mention catfish in the bottom in that. Was that was my number four. but we've Think we'll brush on past and i'm gonna go wave nothing but thieves Who i am. Not like i i enjoy. We'd but i'm not necessarily like i'm not gonna go to bat for them. They're not gonna. I do think as a modern indie band They deserve a mention Loud face a high nj Quite quite shout he They've been around. Yeah they've been around for awhile from essex and Yeah i think. I've only trying to think. Which album is the i that i owe broken machine broken machine that i had But you know. I was like i'm enjoying this by. It's not it's not breaking a world open is that the one with the wholesome Now going back actually. I can tell you that the head of them. I used to be qualified of this. Actually burn they do really good night loud. So light In the same brown one on around the world other a lot more popular than say so upset sounded roadblock loud in your face very good night so like stadium sunday that they fit out a a good Venue an yes. Yeah that definitely one of the popular. Modern indie bands. Now all right. Well i i feel feel feel knowledgeable which is good So i'm just looking when that was really so nothing but thieves their self self titled album which actually might be the one i. I listen to This one with the whole which is with a horse on it. I'm trying to wikipedia not being helpful. Yes it is is talk. Album has got the blood horse on it. That might be the one that That i had actually. Yeah i feel like the first album is a good usually a good barometer to judge. Abound by like thoughts. Thesis statement really. Isn't it okay. So with that then who is number five. Well it was radio but they were actually said goodbye best everyone at like doesn't give him for fascinate. But i changed to colton quoting dennis. You've had them but i just debut. Ep unsurprisingly i have and i want to put them into Law smarter more than the other one's full frodo banned banned because that just been By on fontana saddam hussein. So i will. I will defend you would say yes. I'm sure that does make something. He's a he's luck music He's like on youtube. He's got like a couple million he's basically they just. They live by his if he writes on. Thus deaths. that agreement with a basically Yeah he's very popular. He does like mica. he's interesting watched ideology videos. He does like breakdowns of albums and stuff. It's quite funny. Definitely worth checking out basically if you get on his youtube channel. You've made it so. Wow right okay. What trade to. What's what's the sound you enjoy about cooling. They have like funny lyrics and that kind of unit post Coming back nowadays Country roads Switch shame will that kind of sound mach. Medea is the one that i've heard of the noisy kind of experimental sound. That's kind of a bit like quick. Quick pace in your face mike so unite like bits and new. Ep is really good kind of the wash new exciting bands on the on the scene at the minute. The definitely wife lesson okay. So if you if you want that Dot kudos that sort of Sounding like finger on the pulse. Then porting is Ironically considering it's very fresh word that is the those those guys tonight. Excellent and that newest release has also horses on. Venus took five modern independence. He used horses. Horses right yes that that works Okay well my last one. I've got. I've got a couple. But i one of them's gone. The other one is another side of wattage who plays with the band. And i think i'm gonna go with her because I just think she exemplifies the sound a little bit more and a bit more modern An is courtney bonnet or bonnet off. Yeah i think so guys to work with a sort of a friend. Were traveling back in his car and we were listening to the album. We both like. He's like a proper proper music head. He's always got his finger on the pulse. He knows new music and he's a he's got good taste and all this kind of stuff i we were both trying to figure out. 'cause we both have very different tastes. Why we both like courtney bonner because when you take all of the pieces as individual paces that don't work. She's not a very good vocalist. Her lyrics a rodent sometimes doesn't fit. She's not a great guitarist. The kind of backing is like it's kind of a nice sound right but when you bring it all together and with the accident is somehow works. And it works to great effect. That first album is fantastic. And i love the fact that it just starts with a commented. The name of the song. The opening lyrics oliva poll. And just there's no. It's bang straighten lyrics drums bass like it's dash straight away. There is no lead up. And i just loved the boldness of that. Yeah yeah i think. I think she's i think she's just on a light of the giving generally can you can learn she just kind of the charite Thank yes she's very different from. Like colleen company compare it to anybody else. That's the the the sort of spokane half spoken. Half sung lyrics the lyrical content like it all just feels quite kind of in the But with a bit of polish but you could absolutely see her Just just doing a sat and be very role an punchy in a way that you know the records on be quite enjoyable. So this is on adams. And this is at the end of getting too self indulgent. This is the last episode of list and the for the foreseeable future I love doing the show. It's it's so much fun. And i get to have great conversations. You know the the sort of. I recall season. Because that wasn't the intention you know we kind of go broke up by him about pandemic but the the first run i went and big with lots of show notes staff and lots of things and and this this you know like if i was doing music things always including bits of music and all that kinda stuff and really what i wanted to do in these last few episodes is just let the conversation be what they are you know and be a little bit more emergence and a bit more natural and i you know. I think that's fine if you can hear the songs if you want to check out the band's you know where to find them there's there's links chaudhry ghulam them all all that kind of stuff as i mentioned on last week's episode my company is Oh the technically speaking the product that iran and this podcast was originally hosted on is is now under the stewardship of the fine folks at castoffs. Who do podcast hosted of the really talked about potent. My company on this podcast. It was never an ad for the company. This was my hobby very much but Yeah that is now a thing and the way we got to that point was not a a an easy quick journey to get to that point and so that meant that a lot of things. I mean there's a there's an episode of of my other podcast. Beware of the leopard has been sat waiting for an edit for literal months actual legit months. So yeah lots. Things fallen by the wayside. But i'm finally getting came back to things but as things stand at the moment I don't know that. I can put the time and effort into making. Listen very the. I would like to and for this at this moment. That's what i'm saying. I'm certainly not saying that. This is the end of la vita. Keep it in your Keep us in subscribed That would be. That will be lovely. Because i i'm definitely not ruling out more episodes. I just can't tell you we'll be back this time because i really don't know At the moment. I'm working quite hard on the the new business which is helping people do this. Essentially so i'm helping people who are completely new to podcasting make great shows and fall in love with it and that's that's part of the job is actually falling in love with their own voice in their own ability to express themselves in podcasting as much as i love doing it. You know and and so. I'm putting my time towards that and and helping people make shows and producing them for them. No let stuff. And i'll also be producing educational content of my own. Sir i will be podcasting. It just won't be anything like this if if again. This is not an ad but if that interest you at all or if you just want to know why. I'm up to next Origin dot. fm is the place or if you wanna learn podcasting I don't know if any of it will be up yet. But pod code dot. Tv will be where i will be releasing a youtube things and written things and some odi things all about podcasting so if that interests you than those are the places you can go to find won't be up to next. I've written about it on twitter and i'll probably writes about in other places as well but that's Origin is the place. That i'm gonna be putting all of my effort into and so i think but wherever the leopard hitchhiking show well. It's not really about hitchhikers guide to the galaxy anymore but that's how it started I want to make sure that we continue The continue doing night much less the actual. Let's take much longer but recording the would sort of maybe doing a one month. It's not really when some of its sort of averages about once every three months. But that's that's probably about as much as i can manage on an extracurricular level so that will be me. You know still still here learning the guitar and just trying to live cozi life. That's sort of you know. That's where i am but i've had such a blast even even just this this last sort of you know Halfway through twenty twenty the episodes of recorded have been wonderful. And i'm indebted to stuart parker. I didn't thank him in the last episode. For which. I'm remiss but i do. Thanks a lot for he. Basically got everyone though was on this series. And i think it's been such a great lineup of guests a lot of music people but a lot of the stuff. I mean one of my favorites. I i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna play favorites. They are genuinely like everyone who spent time with me sharing their passions sharing the things that they love and let me argue over them. It's been absolutely privileged so Yeah and i really hope that you've enjoyed the episode's and if you wanna get in touch anything You know whatever got guest ideas and things you think we can do then Or if you help me with production. And then i can just sit and And just picked people list envy. Ajima dot com is where you can Can get in touch. Well let's get back to the that's of self-indulgence don't don't you think we've list to make come. On an i have important work to do. we will now dispatch that that work. We will discharge our duties and we will combine our lists to create a mega list of top five indie bands of the modern era. So We will take it back to me in the not too distant past to round out the episode and i will speak to you hopefully in the not too distant future. Well we've caught so we've got some task care kamata. We've we've got. We've got very different. Lists which i think. He's good so we haven't really got a lot of overlap so from you. We had a pirate radio wolf alice. Blind even the vaccines and courting and from me had the cortina's maximo park jerry cinnamon. Nothing but thieves. And courtney ban. I think i think i put the vaccines tom. Building the list as we speak And i think. I wanna make i wanna make mention of courting i think in the top because i think we wanna feature someone who's definitely up and up and coming. We want that kind of local flavor. I think that's really good to the vaccines More maybe the talk. I've put them quite close to the top. What might provisional list is an ceo phil from five to one of courting maximo park. Couldn't the vaccines and wolf. Alice how do you feel the affect the vaccines. We'll policy kind of go hand very different but both lot of Indian the right sounds Decide formally come on adams. How do you fail. Do you consent to this list. yes variation. Did you have any sort of honorable. Mentions that didn't Didn't make up five idea indeed. One of the victims. I have ultimate on keys. Which already mentioned That lost albums one of my favorite albums of all time. I don't know it's a very divided album. People hate it. I think it's like a genius. being one of the indie bands. Since they came onto the scene was two thousand. Six we'll even before. That was before that. Yeah i think nato free. I remember them being around. Two thousand five starts when i i definitely remember. I'm sure they were allowed around before then. Yeah i think there are. There are banned. I i sort of dera few at the time. The icon of lumped together. And i think given them a little bit short shrift and i think kind of need to try and rekindle you know co- come back to them and and and try and figure it out because Yeah i think they deserve a second chance for who is consistent Me was consistent on being into them. But when i was growing up my brothers they listen to them in the kids and the streets. Yup that was kind of like well. They did this until late. Two and green day it was kind of modern nolte's indie because that always that kind of listening to will ever mtv being The music channels. We used to have back in the day says forever they would have been on. That's what i would also say. Pace dumped not. I think i'm drawing a blank. That kind of like. They haven't released an album since two thousand seventeen but they Have free albums sold in the live twice. That fantastic live. Even though he was wearing muggy with russian hat on i saw him he was wearing. Why with a cowboy hat on burry greedy to them every like a couple of songs that could electric puppy and puppy on Cossack kind of indie sound of conned of ban backwards in college. And that definitely hundred. Follow philip definitely not friends with them so probably warn Saito margin hit today. The yet really good trying to think there's any allegations like this big bonds like slaves robot. I mentioned navy put them in than india does fizzy blood as well identifier to poppy. But i remember looking fizzy blood. I of course spoon on there as well who possibly a bit too old now to be considered modern and debut. I'd feel like in. They warranted mention include radiohead or watch. I don't think wrong too. I think i think that is yeah. I think that makes sense. I just think that in the list. They kind of started out place that it to. That's not fair because They've been going certain yet. Gets the vaccines whatever. That's just not but yeah completely. I think your instincts are right here. Just more my favorite bands pumping might. Yeah definitely mental. Five favorite bands will time. I was never really i got. Yeah i. I can't say anything i just. I'd never really quite got on the radio But i respect the game. I respect the game. That's you know that's the truth So tell me about Tell me about the indies scene. I don't mean in general. I mean tell me about you. Know though excite. Yeah boys just. I started when i was fifteen. I think and i did. A my first book was about blind haven offer. Just see them live. I was like oh this is the body. Should be this into this mess in saw a piece of land it on a which code the mama effect gonna love or hate it really funny wild. Just a way it kid. Big passionate once told button music by Very bad of a big president said those many gaps in book. You will enjoy an episode two weeks ago that we covid top five ways to procrastinate musician side on the west i got. They wanna get into exhaust progressing and it was just very sporadic. A post often ryan today would review gigs into a year license. Bad ago at two year ago heels prickett say they stated but yeah now. 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I was very overwhelming. Because i've never had that anger fall and is kind of my go-to this pr This already like like moses came on this album moved to adam Foam to festival. Which man is applying under. Get my to go possible. Sekine interview suggs. He's lot riddick Imagine him into. Union is going to be embarrassing. Thing i have a book will be quite funny now. We wouldn't full. Yeah follow this Forty years give a chance. Get my family's ovum involved in off my nieces six years old be infused someone for me that they actually vogel. She's from around the area. They're big fan of one of us. Homes sent her video and gm Don's into the akito idea into you. Have snacks People do not. So that's just keep the I think it be in. The works. drank that down. i didn't. I've got new video skills or anything Saying not just yet that'd be nice. We have in dc and play this as well as if you need a new music. 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Mt. Rushmore of the Worst Gigs (with Jon Niccum of WorstGig.com))

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Mt. Rushmore of the Worst Gigs (with Jon Niccum of WorstGig.com))

"Greetings welcome to the mount rushmore podcast mining jeff and joined as always by my good friends richer and my goal. Howdy richard to michael debate and deliberate the most ubiquitous aspects of many different topics. And this week they are going to be joining forces in Fierce competition against an interloper. Who was actually quite an expert. He's a journalist and he has a wonderful website called worst gig dot com but really this is a site that's related to a book called worst gig so i'm going to let him introduce the site in the book and i'm gonna give him a hearty welcome. Please welcome john nick. How're you doing john. Oh great here from jeff this on biden talking about terrible things you know. This isn't. This isn't our best holiday programming choice. I would say that topic is the mount rushmore of the worst gigs tells. What's worse. Gig dot com. John kapoor It's i've been collecting stories from my interviews with famous musicians sense Pretty much the late nineties where. I asked them the simple question. What's the worst you've ever played And this is a collection. The website in the book of their were gigs. And you know for some people. It worse gig can be fan related. It can be weather related. It can be violence. Related sickness related. Who knows But i've been cataloguing these for quite a while and i think i've got a pretty good collection of truly awful experiences. Oh that's wonderful. I have perused the website. And i'm going to order the book and you know what that's what makes this. A holiday episode is because it's a gift guide. The mount rushmore gift guys contains one item the book the worst kick with always sells really well around december. Is that right. Oh yeah it's i track the sales every week in it's it's one of those they call it a perennial. You know where you can this. It's not really a dated topic. It's something that everybody can relate to every year. Hey that's cool so one can go to the website worst gig dot com and from there you can launch off and go To social media handles. But heck you might as well just go to the button there on amazon dot com barnes and noble or books. A million are all these places where you can buy that book and gift it in get and all those things so Pro portion over. Well no we're going to do it again at the end but promo portion done for now and we'll move on into the actual game so Michael and richard. I think our guest is going to go first john. What's your first choice of the four. You'll choose for the mount rushmore of the worst gicc narrowing. This down was very tricky. Okay and I'm going to start with one by guitarist. Joe satriano are you guys. Sure yes said. Well just johnny Back in the day was playing plunged show in malaysia and it was one of those big festivals stadium shows with jethro tull and sugar ray and toto very odd selection beans and for whatever reason it kept running later in later so he went to sleep in about four in the morning he gets woken. Or is it awakened one of the two and They said you're going on so he gets up. There starts playing in. The east starts going into his song. Satch boogie and all the sudden beat malaysian army takes the machine guns while winning machine guns everybody and says you need to stop playing now or we are going to shoot. Apparently there was some kind of course happening and they were on stage. Either to make sure it didn't happen and make sure it did happen. One of the two. He wasn't entirely sure so he Basically handed his guitar to his tack and Grabbed his suitcase and they immediately drove to the airport and got out of the country. Wow so you you heard this firsthand from joe himself you all. These stories are me personally interviewing them. How did it face turn white. Does he go off into this distant place if or was it. Was you know as a as a former musician. We've everybody has bad gigs. But there's a bad gig and there's a gig in a foreign country in language you don't speak were army onstage with machine guns and says to me. That's a whole next lot. Yeah i guess. Trade follow for whitesnake is hard but like a machine. Guns pointed a intense. Do you do you personally. Have any bad gig stories and if so is that something we can hear a little bit. Okay it's included in the book. But i've got a particularly good bad story. Okay all right well Entice her audience to stay and hanging in there throughout the whole podcast so So guys michael richard. Who's gonna go. I'm going to go first and i have. I have zero interviews with famous musician. So this is all basically based off of wikipedia as per usual. No our first choice is the nineteen eighty-three festival. Oh i don't know if you guys are. Were jaffe. You may be old enough to remember this. I was just watching some of it on the cable channel. That is Night flight now is real right everything so yeah oh yeah yeah. I saw some of us festival so it started in one thousand. Nine hundred. steve wozniak The founder of apple Basically have this idea to spend millions of dollars to get all of his favorite bands onstage at a glen helen pavilion down here in southern california and it was a huge flop in its own way. Didn't it didn't make money. But that didn't stop him from wanting to do the whole thing again in. Nineteen eighty-three They broke it into three different days. The first day was new. Wave headlined by the clash. Second day was Heavy metal headlined by van halen and the third day was rock. Headlined by david bowie. Now as a side note in this becomes interesting it becomes important in the story Van halen was paid a million dollars which was a some sort of record deal at the time to come. Play this one gig The woes decides that he wants david bowie to play and he is adamant about this. Even though david bowie is also gonna cost a million dollars find. They go out and get him and he finds out about this. They have some sort of favoured nation's clause in their contract that says they have to be the highest paid performer at gig so they put their foot down and say now wearily. You have to pay us another five hundred thousand dollars or else. We're not gonna play. He pays for that. So this is. This is all happening while the clash have been paid five hundred thousand dollars for the gig. They find out about this and the class being the class. They decided to make a political statement about and Hold a press conference where they basically demand these big name. Artists give pursue percentage of their money to charity Whether or not this actually happened kind of hard hard to say so the class. This is becoming mick. Jones's last show with the clash. They get on stage and they do a very hostile show. They're not they're not talking to each other. Joe strimmers is antagonizing the crowd and not in that kind of fun punk rock sort of antagonizing way in like i really don't want to be here and i'm cashing my paycheck. Sorta way up and they start complaining about all the commercialism of the of the gig. And you know how much money that these artists were making so at some point near the end of the set on the multimedia screen behind them the crew went and put a copy of the five hundred thousand dollar check that they received for. Just put it up there for everybody to see. Oh that's hilarious. Needless to say there was not an encore that night and the clash as we knew it broke up immediately afterward. Wow not the London working steps that They're all kind of posturing as i imagine. The clash could also probably summoned the malaysian army. If they needed to not sandinistas fatigue so well what what. I think was us festival. Forget what what it was. Which was the one that I don't think elton john remembers even performing at it and was other one phil collins played once in london and then once that was live aid was live. Okay yeah yeah. I remember as a kid seeing this all happened kid. I dunno junior high school. Seeing it all happen and then thinking it felt like pepsi clear at the whole thing just so eighties barf all over. Tv van halen was I think some of their like their writer notoriously has the no brown eminem's clause within it that if you can believe david deeply ross having a justification for something as diva esque as that but actually saying that you know they have these huge They have a huge front line. So if anything goes wrong with all these trusses than marshall stacks. Eddie was pd powered. Stacks or whatever. They're going to die because of all the infrastructure that they have. The david lee roth was saying we want detail oriented people to do. Put our shows on. So that's why we say no brown eminem because if they're not paying attention to the ems paying attention to the fact that we need stage that can support fifty tons of frontline gear so by the way mr professional david lee roth showed up three hours late to bomb to the where you could barely stand and slur through the shows. So let's let's keep that in mind brown them crazy from the heat. Okay all right. So john nickel. What's your second choice. I second choice This one's kinda sad. But i wanted to go one anyway. I interviewed for sad. Like four white men podcasting said okay. You sad pathetic. Okay expert art. I'm sorry i didn't rookie. You interviewed graham nash. How awesome is that. yeah it was. It was really cool. His his book in my book came out the same week and his book kept my book out of the number one spot in a got to number two in the us. But i got the number one in canada so that was fun cool But i asked him. What's the worst gig. He ever played And he had a story that really struck with but they were doing a tour eighties. And of course you know. He's part of crosby stills nash and at the time David crosby was having a incredible drug problem with cocaine and other substances so for this tour in order to get him to play these shows with them because it was a sold out. You know reunion type tour They built a small room off to the side of the stage every night that they played so he could go and get high between salts and one of the things that graham told me was the he felt really conflicted because music was such a great part of david's life that he didn't want to take that away with from him but by doing these sold out shows he was getting more money to get deeper into drugs so his his quote to me was when asked him. What's worse replacing. A question is not a show but tour. Every show is like that moment by moment. Every show is worse than we ever played while what What era 'cause they you know they've that was early eighties okay too. I think it's one that tours it a c. n. n. or see us n. Do you know. I don't think young with them at the okay okay. Wow that's rough and to see somebody So david crosby is kind of notoriously the kind of the glue that held the birds and cars stills and nash together into see this guy almost like the belushi of the snl on sample. Just the thing. That's the thing that he loves in is was put on this planet to do is just killing the so. What a what. A horrible thing for graham is witness. Most of these stories are are just either terrifying. Or larry or whatever but for whatever reason. There was unmown motion resonance to that story that i just had to include it on the mountain. Well definitely goes deeper than you know a whether they are celebrities whether they're somewhat coddled and whether they dwell in a kind of a world that many of us wish we could be in being a rockstar can be hard very hard gig and to also have to see person who's brother get more mired in substance challenges. That must be devastating. That's horrible would it bring it down all right. We'll bring up. Don't worry okay. Cool michael and richard. Oh not yet not yet. I down going downhill. Richard and i were talking about. We weren't sure if this was like a personal experiences at a concert or just like in general catastrophe. So i have kind of a personal experience and that is not seeing cat power in two thousand six which is a very common thing for people to not have it clipped off a little bit michael michael michael kim. A message him in chat johnny still on so good john whereabouts. Do you live in lawrence Twenty second new hampshire right on the corner of new hampshire in twenty-third cool. Oh sorry sorry. Sorry that just dropped and then came back up okay. So the last thing i heard was you guys was You're about to say not. Seeing power was something that happened to a lot of people think. Yeah all right so Not seeing app power with something that happened to a lot of people especially in kind of like the mid-2000s when she kind of was kind of engaged in not only like had like a substance abuse issue but also just like this tremendous stage fright and she's tremendous singer-songwriter but at the same time she's a very kind of fragile person in fragile performer. And i saw her a couple of years earlier in seattle. I don't remember any sort of those things happening. But you just started. Hearing like as she was touring again or as as going to go see her. It started. Started hearing the things of like this. She cancelled she. Kind of walks off the stage often either mid song sometimes or just leaves you know shows are kind of half finished and you know talking about graham. Nash is someone that obviously had his own demons. Rockstars are like these very talented people. But they're very fragile and i can't think of like cap power without thinking of like the same sort of like. Oh she's so she's she's beautiful musician but like you know right such beautiful songs and it's such a beautiful voice but then she's also like to super challenged on stage. Yeah oh that's disappointing. How did you feel as an audience member. Did you know not dissing her being like i remember thinking like of course. Of course she's gonna cancel another show. Of course it's gonna you know we're going to be supported but you know. I don't think i understood as i do. Now that it was built on like stage fright and built on like an alcoholism or other substance issues. You know. yeah wow. That's that's really fast. They have a definitely a worst gig from an audience standpoint and then at that moment i can imagine it's the worst gig for that person too. Because they they feel the pressure to entertain. They don't have the resources as an artist on the road doesn't to be near family to be near a maybe a counselor or some some way to make life normal so you can start to get back to normal. So that's ron and at that point so it's not like she's super big rockstar. At that point so it's not like if if crosby and he's got this huge legacy and career behind him. She's still making her name. Yeah yeah okay. Well all right so duties. There is an awesome thing you can do. You can go to worst gig dot com and there you can visit the facebook which is a facebook dot com worse stick and you can go out and chase down the twitter which is at were skit and john. What happens on all those places out on social media. I don't know that it's anything particularly interesting happens. On the social. I out knew stories. You know quite often tweet out when someone mentions the worst center. I felt like a found one recently. Tom morello the guitarists. For ray julia. He just did a master's class series in in his booklet. He has a section about bad gigs and he has a whole thing. about worst. gig is a shadow to says. Check out the book. Check the so every now and then you know you're still still getting love from all these musicians. Whose heard about this and appreciate the site bullets. Cool some tom. Guberman schiff iraq too. So don't think that's super cool so you know you can give the gift of of the worst. You can give the worst gift. Give your friends the worst gift by going to amazon or any of the bookseller Actually support a local bookseller. If you can they're doing doing Have much of a rough time as everybody else is and find that book and given out to your friend who's either fan of Music or just a fan of Entertainment stories were the the the when things go wrong. So you can also do us a solid and go to the place where you got this podcast and go back and dig through our past episodes and download rate and review previous episodes. We'd love for you to also share them. We have social media sites to twitter instagram facebook. And something you can do there. Is you could suggest future topics so that would be super cool to to jump out of our brains and the things that we choose to jump into your brain and here. We suggest previous people who done that have ended up big on the show. You don't have to do but you could zoom we can find you. We can talk to you. So there's that and we're going to go to our second. Half with john neekam author of worse gig telling us his third choice for the worst gig ever ready late on This one is not a downer. In my opinion hilarious. I think one of the things that is particularly pauling. When you're playing a show is the level in which people aren't paying attention to you so this is one of those stories that i love. This is by the band cowboy junkies which was a Run and They were kind of known as very Quiet kind of Introspective elegant ban. Well they got signed in nineteen eighty nine and They were gonna. They were considered by. Rca to be one of these big signings so they were flown out to this meeting that they had in marbella spain where all the record executives would go up to the top of this mountain and where there was this like a private bull ring and a dining area and they'd showcase some of the band's So they they take the band out here. By this point all the record executives have been there for hours and they can't leave because you have to be bust up to this mountain and the buses kind drop. You often don't return until the events over so not only if they've been been there for a conference in having speeches and eating They've been drinking all day so all of them are completely hammer. Well the the head of the label of goes up margo timmins. Who's the lead singer for Can we junkies and says i really want you to sing the song mining for gold to start out with well. This is an odd cappella song meeting. She's just going to go out and sing it by yourself with no musical She's really nervous about it. she's really shy. Keep in mind the records not even out yet. Nobody's at this point but she decides to go out there and seeing this thing so she gets out there and The way she described it is everybody is flat out drunk or they're talking or they're literally asleep in fact there's a guy sitting rain front of her who is open mouth. Snoring in. His snoring is as loud as her singing voice at this point. So she's trying to to power through this gig and it's just falling apart. No one's paying attention and so she decides. I got i to do something to make this thing worse. I'm not gonna You know have. My career torpedoed in front of the Label head right so She focuses on the very back room. She sees this guy. One guy in the room was paying attention so she just starts singing to him and she's like he's got a really big head and so i'm focusing on his head and then the more she sings to him the more comes into focus and she realizes and know that guy. That's gene simmons of kiss a really big head and he's the only one they're paying attention but she powers through the the gig and afterwards he comes up to her and she's kind of complaining and he goes you know what i know that gig. That's a bad gig there with you kid and so it made it better for. Wow is it the first nice guy. Gene simmons song a story. You've ever heard. I only heard the stories that involve How much money he is involved with obsessed with the type of guy you know across my pulse over you know you you. He wants to get paid for everything they do. And i'm so nice to hear that he just was supporting a fellow musician. Yeah that's super. Cool the empathy that one artist s for another in in the ability to identify with that rough rough situation. I as a part time. Stand up comic. We tend to have the opposite. It's like if you see somebody going down you join the heckling. You pick up a rock and pelt them with all all of the other. Shirley jackson People so what were you gonna say. You're i into that whole story just sounds like the travails of being the opening. Act like times. A thousand basically. Yeah yeah so so rough. But that's that's really interesting. i can't imagine. They just seem so introspective in such kind of twee kind of group. That just doesn't seem you. Acdc in that story. You don't want to be the cowboy junkies you wanna marshall stack and that sort of. Yeah totally okay. Got richard michael. All right so for third choice and john when you mentioned graham nash. I thought that we would have a duplicate pick here. Because my third pick is the ultimate festival from nato sixty-nine and crosby stills and nash were at the gig were one of the bands were featured. I'm not gonna talk too much about the rolling stones in the death of meredith hunter. That's been covered. There's a frigging movie. The essentially is about it. I would like to talk about what one of the worst things could happen to you at a gig which is being knocked unconscious at your own gig. Which is what happened. Poor mark par. Marty ballon of jefferson airplane. They were one of the first bands that were part of the part of the festival. And the rolling stones famously hired hells angels to act as security for the festival and paid them in beer which they proceeded to drink copious amounts of before the show even started so by the time that they were supposed to be doing security they were good liquor up along with whatever else was going on. And there's a at some point during the beginning of the jefferson airplane performance. There's a scuffle. Mardi belan goes in there to try and try to break it up. Hells as we'll just turns around and cold cocks. Him knocks him out cold. Well that's bad gig. So they have to. They think they get him up an upright but he sort of done for the rest of the show. Paul kanter's that guitar player. And i think the leads. The lead songwriter for jefferson. Airplane is basically so gets up there in and says the crowd so just case. You're wondering hells angels just knocked out our lead singer. So that's nice allows almost gets into a fight with the hells angels Himself later on you mentioned Graham nash john crosby stills and nash playing a gig and stephen stills is playing guitar and suddenly realizes that he is being stabbed multiple times in the leg by drunk hills angel who is sharpened. A bicycle spoke and just thought it would be funny to start stabbing guitar player and so again the lesson. I noticed that both of my choices were festival gigs. That seems like that's a running thing. I have talked about woodstock. The original woodstock talked about the attempted reboot of woodstock mudstock. Mudstock exactly you know. Don't play festival show. it's a bad idea. Bad things happen when you play festival especially when the security is hells angels. Yeah that is the fox guarding the hen house. That's try try to try to prevent any trouble from happening. Yeah okay yeah. Those are the guys that you want on. If you want to keep keep things calm. what is it about festivals is they. Don't they happen in often improvised venues. They are days long. Sometimes the crowd has ample time to get intoxicated. Rowdy it doesn't is those are all mitigating factors is. There's something else you can. Think of Richard yeah. I think that you know a a performance. Venue is sort of hermetically sealed lace. And that's why musicians have writers who is because they have a things that need to happen a certain way and you know. There's an expectation that when they show up to the the they will show up. Hopefully hopefully if if they're not being halen at this time and this all will be set up for them and this is what they need to be able to do their job and that just goes all out the window. It seems with with the majority of festivals. You know they're the the planning scattershot. The ability to be able to stage manage seems to go out the window and it just seems to create an environment of chaos. Yeah i would add one other reason that these things seem to invite a controversy. Which is when you're buying a ticket to see a band that you wanna see your you know you're on their side but the problem with these festivals is. You're buying a ticket to a whole bunch of bands. You may not want to see also So you've got a typically a mix of the wrong crowd also with a bunch of these bands. Okay yeah you you. You're their air supply there for alice. Cooper what do i do yeah Love that let's all the triple eight triple a. The john I don't want to end this conversation without knowing your worst gig and i think this might be the time to say it since we're about to hit your fourth choice so Or a bad gig store. Can you want me to do my my personal story. Glenn lid on us you are. I i was in a band called easter day which was also the last name of our lead singer. Songwriter sister dated him for a while. Hot minute yeah interesting. Greg easter day. Or something like skype okay okay. Sorry is in the mid. Nineties in the alternative heyday. And we were playing a show in wichita which as from kansas tell you you know what. What are the two towns that everybody hates in kansas. Which starred to be so isn't gonna go which stop but we're playing. A venue called the aviator This huge cavernous x. Airplane hangar that they turned into a club And when we got there we counted a total of eighteen people. But you know whatever Not the least amount of people of senior show before so we just sold you're done so We're playing us. On an. For whatever reason i was playing fretless bass fan by bay stops working and what i realized is it has called active electronics between battery powers. Pickups and the battery went out which is very unusual These things you change them once every three years or whatever. So i'm like okay. He just play this one song. We had called autumn which had kinda longer Trump and all sit down on stage and paul replace the battery within his two minute window. I felt like yeah. I can do this so i sit down on the stage. I hear this kind of crunch down. But don't think too much of it and i get the battery fixed. I get back up to the microphone. They're playing and so we're doing the song and the other singer her name. Was elaine staring at me. And she staring at my. But why are you staring at my. But as she kinda points and my my blue jeans are completely read. Because when i sat down on the stage i'd actually sat on broken bob. Oh dear entities stab straight through into an artery. Oh god so it won't stop bleeding and and so scots like we're gonna take a break So we go to the bathroom and We're stuffing paper towels into my pants. And i'm telling you man it's not stopping okay and for whatever reason. I don't remember a whole lot more of the show than we played it. We're done with the gig and we were driving back to kansas city. And we'd take into cars. And i was writing in scots frontier car. And we put all these towels down. Because i had been bleeding and i remember about you know three or four hours later. Whatever we get back to kansas city. And i step out and again. I'm kinda woozy at this point anyway because clearly lost a lot of blood But i'm you know young ish. I don't know any better and we get out and we take the towels out and my blood had completely bled through and covered his seat. And i swear to you it is. It formed into the pattern of airplane wings. That's the show. I got set at the aviator at the wow poetic justice. Yikes were there for every worst gig. Was there ever a gig. That should have been bad but was awesome. Like oh my god. These few people are are really love us. Serve the the book with the chapter. It's all good. Which is people who tell their worst stories it turns to be into kind of a defining moment for the positive moment You know you can. Some of the best shows are ones that start. Terrible turn into greatness I remember seeing as one band Paxton i remember their name. I'm blanking on right now. Videira red was her name. Vendetta red they played a venue and lawrence and they were touring two other bands for whatever reason their lead singer. His voice had completely gone so the other bands Would leap in at points during the show where he just couldn't do it and they would finish the song or help. The song bolstered in it. Became this really fun. Kind of crowd thing. You know what i mean and for all these shows i've seen for some reason i always remember that one is as one of the most impressive to me that they just kinda found a way to make it work. Oh that's cool. I thought there was a If it was the story from semi sonic or dan wilson or somebody in your book but jacob schlichter think of of semi sonic and and sometimes keyboard player at the same time was also authored. A book that or at least an essay on how you people think. That being a touring band is a profitable enjoyable thing but he did break down economics of what an advances and. That's an incredible book to tell me about all stars. Yeah okay so it seems like there's the world of of music and entertainment is something that people often observe the the the highs and the peaks in the the well-paid people and then there's these other people who yes they are categorically rockstars but they are Really kind of indentured certain in indentured servitude on more debt because he pointed out as you know even in the nineties there. Was you know. Basically a version of paola. That they got rid of in the sixties and seventies but it was the same type of thing you pay different stations etc to get your music on right out of the bands. you know. Funds and the Bands typically don't even know it's happening. Wow yeah so you actually have a. You shared a personal story so now would you please share your final worse gig story. Yes and everybody ashby now. What's what's really the best story in the in the book and for me. It's a story by ian mci. The founder of the band's ghazi and minor threat Most of these stories were a either a imprisoned or a phone conversation. You know kind of a one shot. This one spoke. I think six or seven times on the phone. And i'd recorded each time because he wanted to make sure that this story was right So the version of the book is kind of cobbled together of his perfect telling it. But are you familiar with the gaza. Union mcgowan who talked about him before on the show so yeah excellent. Well he's really one of the most. Diy musicians of all time. You know owns dischord records sarah. Well they were playing in europe and nineteen ninety at the height of sue gazi damn and they were playing a show at the university of warsaw in poland and as part of the show they were staying at essentially a dorm on campus so during the night of the show earlier indices gonna take well while he's taking a nap Some skinheads had showed up at the venue to buy tickets and they were turned away and they were not happy with this so they decided they were going to. You know Protest so they got together a few their buddies and by a few. I mean nearing one hundred and they decided to march on the campus and find the band and discussed the fact that they wouldn't be attending the show so In gets woken up by these This polish student in of course no one in their band speaks polish and most of the people there were speaking in some form of broken english. And saying you know they're coming they're coming in. It's like what's happened while there is a jack. Booted army of Skinheads who are marching through. Campus breaking out windows And basically just attacking anyone they see in their targeting the band so the band is putting his position where they've gotta get out but their van is parked there and everything they own all their gear. Cetera these guys aren't rich by any means are Is in that fan. So they had to navigate. Army of skinheads it's descending Them escaping and getting the van out so they would some of them would be running up towards the street as a lookout. They drive the van with the lights up and then run up another street At one point his brother had actually gotten a punched in the face. By one of the skinheads and said almost knocked him through a play class will but eventually they They got out to the point where they could get back to the gig and so the concert promoters is saying so. Are you even play. And they're like what we're here to play so they decide they're gonna play this gig and as you would expect some skinheads show up to the gig and it's a question of what do we do. Now we don't want the same thing to happen With more skin ensuring the gay because at this point the The polish like riot police have entered the university. To kind of break up this whole melee. Anyway they decide. Let the guys in and as they do. they're scanning their. Id's of the skin has come in and they use them later to do a class action suit against all of them turnout to me. That is a crazy scary gig. You're taking a nap and you wake up. And it's people chanting language university and saying essentially get out now. What a nightmare. A nightmare biz story in the book. It's it's really the way he explains it. He goes into great detail. So it's gotta get if i was mci and the promoter had said so. Are you even playing the gig. That would have been my my out to go. Nope not a chance. If it was anybody but in mci they probably would have failed. If it was joe santayana. He got on the plane. What's so fun. At least as the website depicts. There are so many different types of entertainment professionals. Who've been interviewing for this you know. Just the sampler blue man group belen. Sebastian george winston you know widow windham hill guy. Yeah whitten marcellus. That's so cool. Amy man I think We think bad. Gigs happened to hardcore rock-n-rollers and things like that have happened to everybody Okay so Michael richard i I'm really going to bring it down because we're going to talk about the The station the two thousand and three great white fire at the station nightclub which just seemed i mean. Obviously it was one of the worst case for so many people. That wasn't something that just probably could have been prevented. But just so. Many things went wrong to turn it into Just this horrible tragedy from the pyrotechnics being used improperly. To people not quite believing what they were seeing people all exiting from the trying to get out of the like one exit like brenda kay. The place where they came in to Just everything involved in it from it being overcrowded. There's so many different aspects that you know if one or two things could been changed. Maybe it wouldn't have been so bad. But i guess that's what you know when a disaster or a tragedy isn't just like one one thing it's everything going wrong at once and the the managers decision to use just to start it off pyrotechnics on literally the first song. They were playing that You know some fiberglass Backing materials starts to catch fire this noxious smoke starts to fill the overcrowded nightclub which has more people than it should to bouncers not letting people out of like the stage door for the was for the band and like i remember seeing this back in the day. Just thinking god. This is so awful. It's so different than other. Huge tragedies like i was thinking about what it's like you know just that feeling of being like a crush of people one of the reasons why i've never gone into like a mosh pit. Thought i i gotta be in there with this this mass of people. This is exactly what this is like everything that could go wrong. But then you're in even smaller space. And i think that i don't know it's just it richard. Richard warned me before before we start writing like well. Let's put on at the very end so we don't forget everything down right at the beginning and so many people lost their lives and so many people went to jail. Because of it and it's it's just horrible. Yeah just so listeners. Michael knows the difference between worst. Bad gig and tragedy. Yeah so it's absolutely. I think from the not just the artists but the venue and all those people were were you you know you know that Entertainment industry in the music industry are can be challenging at times completely bankrupt if any good intent but most people go into it with the idea that they're going to Make people's lives better with entertainment somehow. Into how the op much much. The opposite happen. It just must be awful for those people involved horrifying i to think that like i think it was one of those things happened so fast that it seems like that the flames engulf the nightclub happened within like a couple of minutes and that is just for. It's just not enough time to react to anything. I think it would just reaction and panic and unfortunately so many people died. Oh yeah so is that. I you know i was thinking about this. Michael brought it up to me and it seems like anytime. There's a concert tragedy whether that that suddenly there's a reaction within the industry of oh we didn't even make sure this doesn't happen again and maybe that specific thing doesn't happen again. That feels like that then. Something else gets ignored. So whether it's the who in. Cincinnati where was festival seating and. We need to make sure that doesn't happen again. Or you know with the station fire with you. Know i. I remember it being a big deal of. We're going to gigs. They would make announcements before the gig that make sure you know we're all the exits are and it's not like that was the first big fire at a rock concert rock concert at a musical performance. You know john. Davidson was Involved in a terrible fire. And i think it was kentucky back in the seventies where a lot of people passed away unfortunately and so it just feels like the industry says that it wants to learn. Its lesson about safety but i buying it. Yeah i just. I just doesn't seem like that. That the rubbers really meeting the road Whenever the peon for that event determines if you kind of corner here then everybody's actually gonna make money than than quarter is going to get cut order. Yeah yeah wow okay. Well hey Also jeff listen. I i know that in every case that we have an expert guest on here that we're we're going down so i was taking everybody down with us. Oh michael very smart well. Michael is not incorrect in that the odds are very often stacked in the favor of our guest because they are the novel expert. Coming in and michael. And richard kind of journeyman. They deal with this whole podcast thing topic to topic week to this week. Eight no different Mr nichols came in and suitably trounced our guys he kinda jammed on the It's kind of like getting dunked on four topics in a row. You guys You john chose king shred. Joseph janni in a dalliance with malaysian army. Very kind of sad story about Graham nash singer his musical brother. David crosby fall deeper into his troubles with every show the timmins family and their record industry showcase and how how this rarely happens but gene. Simmons saves the day on that one in his personal story being in the band easter day. And leading out on stage in wichita. That was rough And then obviously the and mci of guys might have threat story so those are all you would have heard little hammer sound effects. Those are all going on the mount. Rushmore of worst gigs john jeff. It didn't even it didn't feel like we were like opening bands to john today. It felt like we were people in the parking lot handing out. Like cassettes work trunk kind of parking cars. I feel like if you're in the parking lot waving war. We were the fans from heavy metal. Parking lot the merchandise. Yeah have you seen the fall. It was like there's like neil diamond parking lot a few of them so funny so dudes. Thanks so much for doing this. School topic john. Nick him You have many hats that you wear your currently writing Journalism for a local outlets til til our listeners. Were else they can find your work. You can find my work Pretty much every week or two in the kansas city star do cover stories on entertainment film music etc And i also teach and right at the university of kansas in lawrence. Kansas right on cool. So gonna employer everybody one more time to go to worse gig dot com and you'll get a sorbet sorbet you'll get a A a moves bush. You're going to get an appetizer of stories. And then you can do yourself a favor or give a gift to a friend by going out and getting worse gig. The book which is available for all fine books are sold. So john mccain. It was great to connect with you once again. Answer fun times guys really. Yeah this has been the mount rushmore of worst. Gigs ever is always subject. I'm richard i'm michael.

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The Walking Dead | Season 11, Episode 1 Recap: Acheron

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The Walking Dead | Season 11, Episode 1 Recap: Acheron

"Birds season eleven episode. one and karen is over. But we're just getting started here on post. Show recaps yes. We're back it season eleven. It's the final gap down and we are ramping up to the ultimate end of all things walking dead until we get our rick grimes movies or something or are caroline daryl spin off or fear. The walking dead goes into season. Ninety three we still got a wrap up world beyond this is not really. The end of this is the beginning. The end is the beginning wait. That's the other one. Sorry talk about seasonal levin of the walking dead with me as always. I've got a great panel for here tonight. will start off with a man we bring onto the podcast because of his deep knowledge of subway with system. Chapelle how are you man. I'm excited to be here talking about the subway system. I've been to subway had a foot long marinara type situation. But i don't think i've ever been in a subway. I don't know i'm happy to be here regardless. I think i did whites. I've been to new york once. And i definitely got on a train. I don't know if it was above ground or below ground. It might have been below grounded then it went above ground. I don't know i'm from texas. We don't do that here. Eat have trains in texas. We don't have underground wins Not to my knowledge that's fair and of course also with us with us tonight and hopefully many times throughout the season is a man who remembers every single zip code ever lived at aj. Now it is of great importance that i give them to you in numerical order starting from our earliest date of birth and residency in the one one. Three five four of fush new york where they do have subways way to send in line You're gonna kill me anyway. I don't even know why i'm talking to you here. We are Whether we came above ground below and we are here to talk about the first the first episode of the season. And i think maybe before we get into all the things that happened in this episode it might be good to bring our readers back to where we left things. Because some of you may be took our advice in skipped those six episodes. That were sort of interstitial. You honestly you do not need to go back and watch them. Unless you're like big robert patrick fan or wrote a lot of daryl dixon Very sues self insert character that might appeal to you or you like. Are you like fight club a lot. Because i think there is a fight club episode in there But let's let's talk about where we let things. At the end of season tan the end of properties in ten. We'll just skip over like all this season tennessee stuff. So let's start off. We had the return of maggie. That was a big thing. Obviously so maggie is obviously very central to this particular episode and we also had a bunch of our friends. Going to go. Steve eugene got catfish and i think maybe that's where we start here The end of last season saw eugene. And yumiko and princess and ezekiel surrounded by a bunch of dollar store storm troopers and heard it into a railway car and now they are being taken for processing. So i'm gonna put it to you. Does this does this mixing in of different type of post-apocalyptic thing like are we getting our dystopia to mixed up here. I think so. I was very happy that we're back to our regularly scheduled program like it doesn't look like we're gonna get any bottle episodes anytime soon. Let's like they're. They're moving forward with the plot so i liked that a lot but they still haven't explained to us. What exactly is going on here and with this being the last season. I don't know if they have enough time to tie this all up the way that they need to write because they still have like the drama with maggie. And we're gonna talk about going back and getting revenge for being like like seeing herald community slaughtered but now also have this like stormtrooper land. You know the people will be reprogrammed. There will reprocessed and we don't really know why it. We don't know why they're being interviewed so intensely. We don't know what that's what's happening with this. And i just don't know if we have the time so i'm very excited to see what they do with it but it is a lot i lives. It's a lot going on right now. At least for me. Spent two thirds of the episode. Asking whole bunch of questions isn't what do you make of that. What do you make of all these like unrelated detailed questions of the before times. Well first of all. I have to say the show. The structure of the first episode knowing had like the ten minute long set-piece to kick things off with no-dialogue would sensually. That was that was really cool and then we focused a lot on the alexandria but all and you know. The maggie's quest When we finally got to our four intrepid Death star interlopers for lack of. I was excited to see them. I actually went. oh cool. we're going to see it. I didn't think we're going to see this in the first episode given how long it was like thirty minutes in when they finally switched to the story so i was like really excited to see it a little disappointed that it essentially turned into this interrogation scene like okay. When did this become line of duty from the uk and it's just like a cop. Procedural is very weird tonal shift. I don't know what all the questions really are. Because we don't know who they are we don't i don't even know what they could possibly be. That would be interesting to me at this point. I don't think the reveal is going to be worth it. 'cause break there's two options there either really really nice and they're just trying to weed out like weak people or they're really really evil and haven't we seen that turn before so don't know what they could possibly come up with. They're holding something. That's interesting you know i took most of this is kind of weird lee. Comic relief for an episode was missing that kind of the lighthearted moments because the maggie storyline with so much more intense. So you know when when princess is just doing her thing. It's funny i. I don't again like said i think it's a different show at that point and i don't know that they build the two together perfectly and i found myself enjoying it nevertheless. Yeah i want to interject too because in that Interview theme one of the things that caught my attention was that they were wearing for this interview. They came in full comp. Detective good cop. Bad cop garb and i wanna know like i was thinking. Are they good guys bad guys. But if you're coming in business attire for this you have to be a bad guy. Because in the zombie apocalypse. Did you iron you purposely put on a suit jacket. Like there's a blazer on this woman i have a problem with that because in the world that we live in right now i don't even wanna put on regular pants and they got dressed up for these interrogation to ask them. What do you why with you know. How often do you use bowel movements. Like what were your zip codes growing up know. Remember the first job you had. Why do you have that two dollar bill. They're asking you those kind of questions. They got dressed for these. People are the devil. I don't know what they're gonna do. But i know i don't like it. Yeah i don't think there's any good explanation for putting people through this kafka esque isolation chamber thing. There's no good reason you do that to anybody. Like no good civilization doesn't to your point. Aj the nice people don't have to weed out the weak ones. The nice people will just give the week one something nice. Yes but we've establish over the many many many years You know a certain level of questioning is okay. I mean rick. Headed down to a strong three so i think they've gone far far deeper into the pool of questions here. I i mean from a character perspective. It was interesting to see how they all answer the questions differently in how their reactions to being questioned was different from all of them. I love the turn when ezekiel turns to the. We'll talk to you because you're clearly the one in charge. But i've seen that done better on so many other shows and it wasn't even played as a reveal here were like. Oh you know that person's actually not the innocent serpent. Actually the one in charge. It was like okay. Is he in charge. Maybe you know you could have been lying. Just just another physique gilmore eating who cares specifically about him in someone above him and above her about her and about him know. So i don't know i think it's fine if they you know. This is last season if we get through. This mystery real fast. I'll give him facade one to do this but you know we're still like eleven point six in still not sure what's going on. There's a big problem. I'll i'll agree with that. We need to get them in and out pretty quickly but yeah we've seen enough of it here that we know not going to be like there's a couple of different avenues to get an out like we've seen they're capable of escaping even if they're not actually going to choose to right now but by a tacking the two stormtroopers who customs they actually fit into herat harangue the old. Scooby doo trick. You know classic you know it was cartoonish you know but i i enjoy i enjoy their storyline. Actually think i'm kinda invested in it. Because i think it's when we had all of those like random one off episodes. I think this is one of the more interesting plotlines that we explored. I mean not to be disrespectful to the back story of dog but says the protests in the box was like we kept asking like. Did it really happen. What she interrogated. Did all all of that just ally. It's always happy that we revisited that because that was one of the things we were just left hanging with after last season. So i enjoyed it but i do think it was largely like. That's the comedic group like the other group is a serious in the group and we know what their plan is. They got to get revenge and they gotta get food okay. But let's see what these guys are talking about. I'm kind of invested. Yeah you've got a good point chapelle. This is something new and different. The this is not just oh some people are gonna come in and steal our shitting. Kill us and we've seen that many many times But this is like these people may have had. They may have something figured out that nobody else does. And that's not. Even i think the people that read the comics without giving away too much like the word commonwealth is big for comic readers. This is a big part of the story going forward and obviously the show does some things that are not quite the same. Can't use the same characters in many cases and a lot of things in the comics that have been a big deal. End up being nothing on the show and vice versa So i don't even know if it is a spoiler to say that conrad is huge deal in the in the comics because it may not be in the show. But i guess it is and i'm guessing they like these people. They have a different way of life. They're not nomadic murderers and they're not like just by like our heroes and i think that's that's potentially very interesting. Where did they get their business casual attire. Who does their ironing. That's already interesting. They come is it. Did not going to lie to you. And i i wanna know how you make these tools storylines become right because right now we don't have any reasonably the commonwealth has anything to do with these like mercenaries that went and took our alexandria. Whatever you know like we don't have any reason to believe that those two things over that. And so i mean do they overlap. I think even. I think someone even asked the question like is it real like. Are they just talking about something that could be taken. There's holding this here. I would like to know so. Yeah hearing that it's in the it gives me hope that this is going to be larger plotline but i definitely wanna know how you get that other group back with this group because for me. This is the more entertaining group. They're funny. I did a couple of a couple s they get the right group together for this for sure So i'm going to be very interested to see what happens there. I think one thing they did that really annoyed me is that we didn't see we did see how they got the armor. They didn't see them like doing the classic cartoon maneuver of bopping someone over the head and stealing their clothes. They hinted at how they got the we. Don't they hit the schmuck and schmucky to go off in little dalliance and just leave their armor. Lying there can come back and get it later so they kind of hinted that we don't need to see them putting it on because it takes the entire rest of the episode and we needed that extra time to ask a lot more intrusive questions i mean also is episode one again and clearly there in some sort of danger i feel that but how much danger can it be if they can pull off the roof of hey you too where are you taking them. reprogramming okay. Carry on like it's fine. We're all fine here. How are you. Yeah a little a little much to to to believe that a finely oiled machine would they could escape so easily and and i like the fact where where they end it where it's like. Hey there's this board of pictures in. Hey you're on this picture you go oh my goodness you're on the milk carton. Yeah okay cool. That's a reason to say like i get. Especially in a post apocalyptic world where we we do can play the game of oh of all the people in the world to stumble across said somebody. I knew from college or it's my long loss friend who i knew once fifty three years ago. That coincidence card you know it's hard to figure out how to play that kind of makes sense like there's a there's a muster point here where people are brought then. Perhaps you know someone who would've come here. Sure that it makes more sense to me. So i'm willing to see where it's going. I'm interested to see where it's going. And i really. I can't argue with eugene and princess onscreen screen time. They both have. Yeah larry's i mean not to mention that the that that board is kind of it's a ticket in and the us from having to sit in the kafkaesque nightmare. For whole other episode it says at the top expedite these people two and two together there. There was an easter egg in that. Same digging in your about this. There's nobody else who's name we know is on that board. Oh yes. I did see that. Yeah that are we going to tell me. There is a note on the board. Somebody's looking for heath. Oh we haven't heard that name and a wire and then occurs corey hawkins kinda busy but if you ever want to come back. I think somebody's looking for him. Tick tick that's cool. Yeah these picture wall things. They always get me. Y'all are from new york. So yonder so yeah. Yeah y'all know the picture wall. I remember when katrina happened in dash it on. We had the picture wall it was. It's the thing and so whenever you show me a picture wall if someone's derogated i mean i like an android. I only know what speed. I'm just giggling all the time but that would actually does hit. Hit me in the heart. And so when i saw that scene you go. I was like okay as much as i want. You ought to get out. I get it you know. I wasn't shocked that she ended up staying. But yeah definitely hearing that even heats name is coming up. That does have me a little bit more interested. I'm hoping that it's just not an easter easter sake. And i think that's what. I'm more annoyed about the walking dead a lot of times. They will leave us with stuff. That just never gets tied up and we're asking questions about it for for for seasons after seasons and with being last season's like well don't give us that if it doesn't mean anything you know i want to know that if he's name pops up and we're supposed to notice it that it matters and not just like oh remember heath that we like you know like yeah remember that. That's the thing that happened. So hopefully you know at least to something else. I'm optimistic. can we have. Maybe this the series finale could be like either the animal house ending or even the six feet under ending where we just take a whole long list of all these people. We don't know what happened to them and we just go down the list. Here's what happened to this person. Here's what happened this prison. So he got eaten. Get the closure as long as it does not evolve. Chris hardwick at a montage of okay with that thing. We're good here in memoriam or whatever. Yeah although if if somebody wants to write us a song parody to the memorial song. This happened in the past. I'm totally at work. And i think it'd go like oh. He would happen to him yes. So let's let's rewind then and let's go back to this set piece that we didn't really talk about. Aj brought it up with the ten minutes of almost no dialogue. This beautiful cinematic thing. That was really not much information. We didn't already have but shot in a new. And interesting way. I think you had the the repelling down into a subterranean bunker and that was kinda cool. I like the fact that the people who went down down to do the foraging and who were putting the biggest danger worthy women and i get part of that might just be because they needed the upper body strength to be able to pull them back in. But i think there's a a genderless power structure here. That is definitely noticeable. When you do that. And i thought it was very cool you know. I wasn't afraid for any of them. Because they're women and you would get that on a lot of other shows where it's like you need the big man to say you know. We don't need the big save these women. They're they're bad on their own and each in their own way and that was that was cool when you realize that we have what we had the the sleeping zombies energy point. I thought yeah one of the questions we had on several different people asked us this question. Have we seen the sleeping dead before and we have. The answer is resolve as early as the prison. I believe there were a lot of scenes of people walking down a hall thinking that is a dead person and then the dead person turns out to only be partially did And in that went in the comics they explained in detail it. If zombie doesn't eat for a while and nothing interesting happens. It just started like loses energy kind of gets lethargic the lurker irs but they can wake up pretty quick when something interesting happens so i thought it was interesting that they were the. They decided they're not going to bother the zombies. They're going to see if they can just get in and out without perturbing them in any way and almost work but you knew it was not going to. It was not going to go off without a hitch for sure. Is the ticket tom. You know we're just waiting going to happen. We don't know who's gonna trippy. We don't know how they're going to this up but we know it's gonna come eventually and it does but it pays off. I think herschel is built by a lurker. You know is like in the past. I think look it up. 'cause i was like wow these zombie sleeping but yeah so like did workers have been around for a while but i think that it kind of adds a different layer of like. Now it's like a landmine gotta watch where you stab. You can't be too loud. You don't know what's gonna trigger on even smaller draw. Blood will wake them all up. Who knew so. I think it's interesting. I hope they use a more also. We come from a season where there were largely not a lot of walkers. I like the last season we were talking about. How like you could tell the covert impact right like you don't have too many people any of these scenes a lot of people who you never see the same scenes because you probably don't expose them now. You have the opportunity to say okay. Well maybe we have three or four walkers move maybe ten max but we have a lot of them laying around the room so you still get that feel without necessarily having to have a bunch of people cast. Didn't put at risk of you. Know some other type of apocalyptic disease. So i enjoyed the scene. It's a fun way to make a heist film sequence. Where normally this would be the room with the lasers in it exactly okay. So that was a clever way to do that. Yeah i did have a couple of questions though. I have several questions about this plan. And my first question being if they ended up having to take them all out from the air in the first place. Why didn't they do that to begin with like take out a bunch of zombies and then go in so you don't have to worry about waking zone these The second thing is we have a lot. there's a lot of. there's a lot of noise made about. There's not enough shelter for people. We're going to have to rebuild all these buildings. We need places to put people so they can sleep. We need we need j. supply people will. Why are you going into this. Perfectly good army barracks and taking all the food out. Why don't you bring the people to the food. And then you have a nice place to stay. That is secure. You don't have to build a big wall you don't have to. You haven't guns. You have food. You have folks you have helicopter parts if you need them and just clear out that area put people in it. I don't know why that's not an option. Yeah i mean i. I could argue that. If you're coming from living in town and being outside for many years hilltop or alexandria to put yourself in a really claustrophobic space like that with only one entrance from the top. I mean you are sitting ducks for the first people. Come by with who it i just. I don't necessarily think that you would feel safe there. That's a good point. Apparently one ingress that is that is a good point and it also surprises me. That nobody else knew. This thing was here ten years. I feel like all the murray's would have disappeared at a certain point. How long has been laying there. you know. we don't even know like someone could have just left like a week ago and then these people have moved in and maybe they left the maariv. So you don't know who's gonna come back either. guess so. I don't think it's the most solid plan. But i didn't. I hadn't thought about it honestly until you mentioned it. I think the reason you probably don't take out a bunch of the walnut from the air. Is that the rest of them outright. Start shooting down in there and then you know okay because it's clear and now you have to deal with the walkers lifts you could tell it but a lot of thoughts is plan because pulley system that they had and all that other stuff like they have been. They must have been working on this for a while. Because it's not just something you just guessed that you can do like we'll lower y'all down y'all grabbed it You know the are easing like no. That's not how things work like. Someone had to scope this out. So i'm hoping that they've already realised like maybe it's just not viable but yeah when they're sitting there thinking about where else can we go. That's a perfectly good example place. You can go if you think it's safe because wherever there right now it's just not going to hold up it teams do this thing where you you walk around thinking about various structures in your neighborhood and your city like there was this ambi- apocalypse this good place to live on my mind single day he should king times. Yeah yeah for sure. Even like i mentioned katrina earlier but now down in texas. It became like a thing where people are living in stadiums and it was great. It was not great for me. There's no way. I go to a stadium in a world where there's like as a apocalyptic area. I'm looking for whatever last. Place has a bomb shelter like it just. It's really hard to find refuge in a place like this is like largely desert. But you know it's it's something that you just can't escape in your mind. So yes he and his army beer for me. That looks very attractive as a place to stay. But i guess they have better options. Maybe they access to maybe like a water system. I don't know what the landscape is around where they currently live. But i mean they're not going to be able to stay there long regardless. Yeah like alexandria is pretty much leveled at this point. They gotta figure out something new which i think. That's part of the hail mary pass. Were doing up the commonwealth while these people are okay. If you eugene can get in a good word with us to his girlfriend maybe they can invite everybody else. Come stay with them But there's gotta be you know. Then we also have the other option of maggie's old town like we just laughed and we left all this good stuff and maybe the people that changed us out didn't take it for some reason that seems like a also a very long shot because why were these people chasing the mountain killing then if not can take their stuff. Because i had given understand we want. Your stuff is the primary motivator of every villain in walking dead universe. I have a question to do. We think there's even there's a good plan right. Because i feel like this plan isn't even motivated by that. I think this is as maggie. Not being happy that she got booted right like a large is a like okay. They took our stuff. Yes we need to go back. But i think this is. Let me go get my friends. And then we're gonna roll on yo france and we're gonna get revenge because you kill it all you know the people so i'm like i don't even know of maggie has thought that through that. What are you going to. There might not be anything for you there. Those could've taken us up and live but maga's assuming that they're there and there's extra stuff and i just don't know what there is. Yeah it seems like maggie. Just want something to do. And that's kind nagy's problems just wants to be in charge something well and also i think you do have at least i can see some sort of motivation. Coming from the look of is state here and do nothing. I'm gonna see megan's face every single day as a reminder of everything that i've lost and what she's lost in terms of glenn she can't get back what what she listen to this place. Maybe she can at least in some small part and and i think she's grasping at straws because again every time she looks over and sees nagin. It's like damn. I can see that being just a motivating factor like i'm not sitting here doing nothing. At least this is a place that i can. I can rationalize in my head. Even it might be stupid. But i'm not here. I can stay here and look at megan every single day or i can go out on the road project and look at needing every single minute agreement which he brings you give thing you're trying to escape. He might that role your plan. He might just let you get attacked by walkers in who knows of for me though. I really wanted to know that because it was like the maggie megan of it all. I really want to dive into this because like yeah she could just stay were there. But they're gonna run out of food anyway right like saying they're looking at is not the biggest her issues like eventually. They're going to run out of food. They got like a week and so it was like they have to do something so i don't really blame them for having the plan but my first question was why isn't he with y'all y'all can't lock them up or like magazine. Now you have to pick sides. You pick maggie side you lock him up and then they go through the mission but when megan calls out later on. I know we haven't gotten there yet. I actually started to believable. Like is this long kind. Like let me just get you out in the in the wilderness. So i can kill you and nobody will say anything and we'll just move on with our lives. Because why is he here. I mean they say he had the working knowledge of dc. He ankle also. Nobody listens to anything he says. Anyway so why do they happen. If you must be the expert they should be you know taking his expert advice and they're not so you know this goes back to that That mc you mean words like where he's out of line but he's right that's kind of description of everything even does like he's a jackass and he's not some static and i don't forgive him but he's right about just about everything that comes out is now. It gets to the point where you know. Megan for all of his problems as a character in lame attempts at trying to redeem him analyst. Which is just show. It's not gonna work. It's never gonna work so just stop. Were gaming lancaster. Either shown but you know. I think went. I've always thought made the best bad guys i harken back to pinhead from. Hellraiser is such a bad guy because as horrible horrible cartoon is he never lies. Moe's tells the truth and he followed his own moral code skewed as it may be. You know what you stand at all times. And he's not going to lie to you and that's why the character is valuable because he can be a hassle and you can be completely self interested unless it's part of a you know a a deception with alpha like i'm get him without like that's different and in terms of our heroes. He's not going to lie to them. He has no interest to them. In fact he revels in telling them the hard truth. That no one else say so. I like the fact that when he's going on this mission he's like yeah. This is a bad idea. And here's why xyz and they're like well are you. I'm the truth teller. That's what i'm that's my value. Hate meal you want kick me in the shins as you walk by but walk in the direction and this this was inherently a bad idea though like from from the moment the storm happens. And they're like it's six hours in this porn. Dra he says let's slow down. No i was like okay. Listen is tomorrow. Never gonna come because y'all have a week a all. We need to do this right now today. Right now is like some type of intel. That says this is the perfect time to strike. If you wait. Six hours is going to be any worse. If you wait till tomorrow is going to be any worse. And i was kinda trying to wonder like what. What's the big rush. You know i get the job a week. But if it's pouring darren torrential out there and their only option is to go into the subway which sounds like a bad idea. Zombie apocalypse where it's pitch black so like there has to be a reason why someone is pushing for this plan right now so hard and so when he makes pitched it you know. I think maggie is just power hungry and also trying to just utilize into she can kill me. And i don't like it. I think she was going to get all logic so he had to kind of thinking that way like it's not making sits so there must be something else here and i. I kind of believe him one thing. I was shocked about is that we did not get checkoffs flood. I've really surprised that we did not see. Megan's prophecy come true. Nobody got washed out of the tunnel over yet could be coming next week. But especially when. I did look up A karen ackerman please greeks fowler. Let me know how. I'm supposed to be saying that we thought it may be acre on None of us are great scholar so somebody told me i'm supposed to be pronouncing this But it is the name of one of the rivers of the dead in brutality and unlike of course there's going to be a river coming through that tunnel. It's going to wash away and make them did that is that is why. That's the thing. And miraculously nobody got washed away. No although be flow of zombies in that tunnel along the river of literal debt remember literal dead with the other been more of these the white sands of the zombie. Plastic stop wouldn't stop wooden stuffed animals in piles of dead bodies. Oh yeah there's renaming aac run and they could've just named it. The river sticks at says shenanigans. You there if the called it sticks. They have to contend with like a whole bunch of megan's. Mr roberto jokes repair. We have so many maggie. Sometimes i wonder machine or manneken. You can hear them like sarcastically. Domo ari gatto mister robot. But there's a lot of megan expressions. The one that comes to mind. He says something about living rent. Free in someone's head and i'm like isn't this to be taking place in a world where we didn't have that expression like you can't say the word zombie that you can save at mystic freeze when the world ended in two thousand ten and you're using twice entertain legal before time it's lit had originated with him he invented. It's like the guy that confront invented transparent. Aluminum did loved the bit. Let's talk a little bit more about the liberal river of literal dead because that was gross. And what do we think that is i mean. I'm no expert of the subway system. I don't have a map even to to guy by south here but i don't know about its location to even maybe a nearby hospital arm that you know we see even in real world. Kobe times how they have to just build these extra facilities on the fly at you know in the middle of this pandemic of zombie. The they probably just. I could see hospital system but everybody just down the nearest tunnel. I could see that happening from that. I don't think this is mass grave for some vicious military group as of yet on encountered certainly could turn that way but then again that's to me is just repeating the same old same old in. Just i'd rather just be like yeah. It was just there in plastic bags. They were disposed of sort of you. Know with with with intent so orderly. Yeah i can see it just being like hospital run offer something good that one guy's throat was not just one none of the none of the walkers down there made any sounds when they were like in the bags like even when they were stabbing them none of them like made the walker noises and so i have to wonder if you know i don't know i mean i. I am not a trained doctor bowing. They'll how many hospitals are like. Oh make sure you cut the trachea before you allow them to go down before you throw them into the body bag and my and zombie head will continue to make zombie noise which is why all right. We've seen zombie. Hey just live like we've seen it like legit. Almost walk across through the ground would not. We've seen them live free. And the governor's apartment. That's where you have to sever the voice box like whatever that means. I don't know it seems like you have to be a medical professional to pull off a procedure like this. Who else would have the technique or the stating hands. So maybe aj's rate episode three will encounter the mad doctor of dc or so zooming. It's dexter at this point because this was very this looks very much like gangsters. Mo and that's the crossover events that all been waiting for. I think we're meant it's meant to evoke that because of how orderly it is and how everybody's been dispatched this way. And i think they looked fresher. They looked fresher than they then if they had just been dumped down there like during like they say during the fall and especially the brand new bunny. Where are they getting brand-new bunny. Also after wonder that on and it like where are you getting all these people to murder. 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They die and then they come back to live as his ambi- like just happens kind of just it just happens but do you have time to wrap them in plastic before you dispose of them and then it happens. Are they like suffocating them to death in the plastic the for them to still be able to move that means they died while they were in there and so i i mean if they did a die while they're in that every somebody wrap them up through him down there and they planned it the holds on like workers so i have a ton of questions about how this massive amount of people ended up in. Bodybags are plastic. Saran wrap or whatever this is and also did you know at the same time because normally was up denies you get away from it so where these buddies there before the zombie stuff and now they're waking up like i i don't know i just don't know if we can explain that when they're being so many buddies well in wire all their throats cut cut not cutting through the plastic. You're cutting the throat with him in the plastic dumped him. We'll get you know if if they are leftover from the initial onset. Like you said we're in a world where we don't know what zombies are so we don't know bullet to the head we don't know home killed the brains. Maybe thought all right just quick. Cut the throat bag down down the hatch laundry shoot. This may be one of those questions. Never find up to chapelle because dombi moving onto the next stage of the game. We might never come back to this. I want us to come back to this. Because they say whatever did this could still be out there and at least one to know that we even like even if it's not out there that we at least know that it's not out there right. maybe maybe maybe it's heath maybe it's the taxidermist like ringing rebecca. He was a magician with his hands. You know so that. Got keys before his job but i just i just feel like because they laid that little bread i would like to see it amount to something yes agrees and not just like series finale. We say you know. He was the serial killer about by one of his victims. Benny the jet rodriguez went on to play pro baseball. My best friend. Senator and mrs karston. We need to start working on our to do for the finale. All the things they don't tell you we should just create like a long like law form lists of all the people. I think back to way at the beginning like no not dog did not actually die. He went on to start a community. College get his associate degree a culinary arts like he always wanted to. We need to do that. What happened to the host. That's the one that i wondered about. Because i know the show is not shy about bringing back somebody from one in season. Eight and being like. Hey remember morales here. Now mix gonna murdering. We got listen if they if they don't do it we will. Yeah let's make a whole list. We will have a special at the end of the series with these people. You know stitch together the quarter. I suit elton. Are these people are responsible for setting the blaze of gory. Gosh because we still have. I can't wait to get back to the little facts. Let's just say that. I'm just very excited very excited. That's it's kind of sad that we're watching the flagship. We talked about how much we miss world beyond a do our. I need a sandwich and that they have sandwiches in the commonwealth positive. It exists if it exists and piggly but they certainly will cater to your dietary restrictions. And they'll know what they are. Certainly will i think any place that is able to take requests on that magnitude even disallowed to care about that. They must have something going on. They're not just like a bunch of chain link fences and five guys playing all the roles. So i think everybody winds up there. That's that's my prediction. I hope it's real or i hope it's real because it would be nice to see how you merged all that but infants fake and that shows me how we get away from it views like. Oh look it's all a ruse holding people hostage right and then we get everybody back together. On maggie's ultimate plan but this isn't the big fight right like is this what we're leading to the like the series is about to end. Are we really leading up to like maggie and her crew going to fight the old crew and live happily ever after. What is the walking dead. Once this season ends like what are you guys. Predicted is episode. One of these finale. What are we looking at for the series. I'm sorry series finale. Like what are we looking at for the very end. What knowing the pieces we have on the board. What is the optimal ending for. This show that we have in front of us thinks the optimal ending for the show is getting everybody back together on the same board again. I think machine has to come back for like the last episode or two. You know she doesn't she doesn't have to have rick. I mean we great if she has rick with because that would be just a really cool win and the series is going to sleep in a bed. You know to bed and coming over the hill being like. Hey guys what did i miss. Some sort of closure in that regard darren carole go off happy together in their coexistence spent for no. I mean we all want that. We want that friendship to just go on. And she doesn't want to stay as long as he's got. Daryl it'll be okay. I think that and you know okay. You know a lot of the dead people. The people we've lost. Let's find them. Let's get reunited you know Connie can come back galley finder. Her connie comes back. That kinda ruins. Daryl carol thing or it makes it even more interesting you know i always be some closure even finding a body closure on that story. Line there the the things that have the strings. They're just left hanging there. I think we definitely don't have time to set up this whole coun- while thing and have it not be the thing that drives the whole season and then at the end of it all a we either go there because it's great or we escape from their income back to our own place in his build it up again again that that's where the was shown in coming back in lake. Let's start over his family kind of thinking. Heck build a barn like the barn par seven born to. She's impartial junior baby glenn. That's where i think it can go. I don't i don't really want to have like a twenty five years later fast. Forward where you i know. Judas is going to be there in glen junior and her showing her show chillier and judas are going to be a couple de baby rick's damn hat arnot and some software. One of them is going to have some sort of chemical lab gold. I found the cure. Freezer you need everybody just like we don't care. We killed the last zombie. We're fine living like this. Yeah fine system now. I think i think i would like to be a happy ending. Just because the show is so miserable for so long listen never end a it could be a bittersweet happy but i don't want it to end with just the field go. Yeah and that's it. No people left yet. Everyone does i mean. That's what i had to put my money on though. Because i told you you guys. I was misled. When i start watching this show. I was watching the show and i came in thinking. We have a plan. The plan is to find the cure and then somewhere along the lines you said. Hey i made it up. We thought we were finding a cure. Way before we met eugene gene. Follow says you know what. I don't think there's a cure you guys. We've never got back to looking for your cure. Like was ever mentioned the cure. No one said anything about it you. Yeah that's that's that's why i've still. We're not doing it. But i would like there to be some type of you know definitive in to the zombie apocalypse. I just thought they were getting it from this. Walking dead iteration then. I wonder if we're not getting it here. Are we going to get anywhere. Like is the world beyond. You're gonna get it. Fear the walking dead we have no foreseeable into so i mean it could be the end. Or is the darrow. Carol spin off. You know. I don't know is that is that what will lead us to the cure are or like you said. Aj just end up in a field. Zombies i would like to know what we're aiming for because at this point you can't stretches out any longer we have an end date to this series and i just wanted to eat when it ends. You know. i don't want it to be a as you know. Dot dot dot To be continued fingers crossed for something to come from the commonwealth. I think it's funny. Because i feel like this is not the kind of show that would say you know any place where people are wearing stormtrooper armor and processing inmates for you know re reprocessing read that reprocessing people to evaluate their fitness to join the gang. This does not seem like the happy ending spot. Call me crazy very true. I mean you know. There's just a trash compactor all their their crush people who don't pass muster plank. Well how long are they being processed because even when we see them you know. We saw that one couple in a couple of that. Gentlemen that lady hockey now they might then pair of people right there standing there and they're like he's like oh it's been four months and she's like no ford's been nine months. Here's like wait. They process you for nine months. Why haven't they killed you yet. What are they waiting on are they. Like if i feel like they're keeping you alive for now months. That means they're feeding is they're using resources on you. They must need you for something because it would be so easy to just kill you so i have to wonder what could they possibly need you for if they want to keep you laugher along like room and board is not cheap because a lot of taxpayer dollars to keep these resulted right. Yeah so i have decided there. There has to be something there or they just doing this because they're crazy and they didn't want to torture you for nama. It just doesn't make sense. The thing i really wanted to happen is i wanted these guys be like. It's been four months. No it's been nine months and then like have one of the guys in armor walked by dramatic. Spend three days. Have you put them this morning. Yeah i mean even the gruel right eugene say the girl that bad why don't we just wait it out like they've been waiting for nine months what are they waiting for. What is what are they expected to happen. That just doesn't seem like it's gonna happen. This people looked clean. They look like they're well-fed their groomed. You got points out. The worst thing i mean is for like a month or two is not the worst thing but now months later. You're like okay. Stop reprocessing me. I'm tired of being an interview. Can i just worse next you. It's like they're in purgatory in a way. But they're they're they're allowing those stay together so it's not like they haven't separated them. They haven't said no. You can't talk to your friends this couple. That's still together. They don't say don't talk to the other stories. we don't care. We got nothing to hide. We're just not going to tell you what's going on. So what you're saying is is the friends we made along the way. Yeah exactly couple got together during processing. That's they met. You're you're basically says where you can just watch that couple. you like. No no no. They're they're sleeping together but they also they don't want anybody to know it's been nine months before my anniversary was three months ago and he's forgotten for the last three months says he's upset. Yeah i you could build your story line there. I just want to know why you keep them alive like they just can't be the best use of resources from our point of view. I was half expecting them to turn to another cell. And have victor strands there. Well tell you what's going on by the way that's the end you want. Honestly the ending i want you know the ending to be every all the chesapeake is on the same board all the jazz on the same board i want. I want strand. I want madison clark to come riding over the hill like with rhymes and then i want he to be like carrying their bags behind. I want the the young ling's from world beyond to open the gate and say hey. Welcome come on in madison clark and rick grimes. Victor strand is already here. There's daniel everybody from every series on one screen like the end of frigging titanic. That's what i want my end even hook especially huck. I want hooked. You have fallen in love with some nice person that she met during process in irc okay. Okay that's think then big mo we need big moe in the finale. We have to have it but again. What's finale is that because this finale is coming but the world beyond finale like one more season and verlag does not have a day. Darryl carol burnett show is is well. The variety hour is coming. So when do we get this. I don't know but i'm across. I want all the like the moment you know. Yeah i the end end rick. Grimes movie is this. I don't know we have to wrap it up for everybody or we wrap it up for nobody that all right well speaking of wrapping up. Everybody did their got anything else. We need to bring up about this episode. The only thing that i would like to bring up is that i am so happy that they did not do what i was. Afraid that we're gonna do at the end of this episode. Is i thought for sure. Megan was gonna reach out his and maggie up. And you know just have that moment of this doesn't change anything like it did but yet have working on on maggie like maybe he isn't so bad you know for sure he was. He was going to lift her up. And i was so happy that he did did not because again. Don't redeemers guy. He's all he is self interested. That's all he cares are he would not have felt met you this situation in so glad. They went there and hurry. Hurry hurry it says something about this. Show that none of us are sitting here. Like oh by. God maggie's dead right. Is she under the dumpster. Who knows gagging where you see. Ain't going nowhere. I did also like in that moment to that. It looked like darrow. Went chasing after dog that we're we're led to believe. I now hear what what is happening. I'm survival daryl. Dixon chased after an animal down. A mysterious tunnel that he does not know where it goes. What's in and can barely fit in. Because no one else could move anything over there. He just dove into some rebel to save the dog. I mean i guess. He didn't have a plan for how he could get the dog over the platform. Anyway but darryl what are you doing what is what is this. I'm gonna. i'm gonna play devil's advocate. Here and say narrows advocate news with this angel wings. On his back is very clever. Would not have run that way. If there were zombies on that side would not have gone through that whole. i think he's thinking daryl. That dog is leading the way towards the escape. I'm gonna scout it out ahead and must be because dog went there so i'm gonna go ahead and i'm wanna come back. The other side of the train is a. Hey guys coast is clear. Come on down. I think that's what he's thinking. Darryl is the first time dog owner. You dogs dogs. He's gonna find the dog like rolling around in a dead branch especially in the subways. Like dog what are you doing. Dodgers like like so proud of itself who yeah again. It's one of those movies. Where last he's stuck in the wheel and darrow knows it because told him but now i feel like dog could get through that little passage. I just don't know if daryl realistically she believes that he can to move safely through that passage at this point you have to trust. The dog will be okay and just climb over the wall. I just don't know why that was. That was his choice. And so after. Soon the darrell probably comes up from that whole and probably say magazine or something but right now it just looks like we just kinda discard the darrell moment. Because of the maggie maggie's moments bigger. There's like oh. Yeah daryl digits dive under a bunch of rocks in the middle of this for no reason. Almost i thought that was a choice to say. The least risk capital citrus. Let me choices. But you know. Maggie falls so you don't end on a cliffhanger with actually hanging actually have fallen. That's come out. Not dead meadow. No not in a million years. Not no no i mean. It's family tradition pilot zombies. And you come out okay. Yeah i mean it would be nicer if there was a you know. Maybe one of her flunkies had died. I and says you can rip guts out from an aerial shot. then let's just completely Pizza saga they're gonna do instead of like a rite of passage into adulthood. Like instead of a bar mitzvah. This is what hertzel's is gonna do. Any turns thirteen basically south. I do have a question for you. I think that we have to plant our flag. Here is alive. Maggie is alive. Do they both survive this series and if they do survive were one doesn't make it. Is it at the hands of the other one while the other surveys. Yes very popular prophecy. That i know will but that's what. I'm have to know here because i have famously. I've been out on the knee for a very long time. There's nothing he can run. We never in on the right like this is not i think for me but i don't the world where it happens. I thought on this. I think i think megan tries to sacrifice himself for the greater good at some points. An megi doesn't let him go. A little boy kills. God come on given megan the jon snow ending. Omar boy will kill just eddie justice for ali. He told john style anyway. I'm going to do you one better in the hashtag based oh no i can't say by you can does die. And he dies saving herschel. I think that's what that's what it's pointing to ashtec basic thing i can think of. And that's like storytelling wanna one. A maggie's pregnant and she names her her child. Megan that's when you when you read it all up anything it can happen Those are the big guy or apparently holed hook. What's the big guy. Got that man in the iron mask. Yea he seems like a nice guy you know. Yeah they whoever that is yeah then introduced a lot of characters like my name is mike. I don't care. don't get the right. Who is ninety and potter. Oh al-din i i know who he is. Because i was calling aden for like Season and then. I was calling elton for awhile. Yeah he's he's around. He had maggie had. It looked like they had some sparks and then he got enough and then in guide and so now he's back on the market. That's interesting thing. I forgot to bring this up. He was a savior sitting there. Like telling megan. Spf you out. The tables the audacity. How dare you said that you know. Well he's gonna. He's one of the state newson who he's one of the who gave up and like you said we gotta stop this there. There's at least that brand or basically see thomas how yeah seats on this house citing here folks. I mean my good he. He had two lines of dialogue irs or something in the tunnels and he didn't really get focused on. But i'm like how he's got it wrong a character because you don't get to play somebody if he's not gonna be around for a little bit. I love it. He's just like a fan and he wants to be on the show. I mean some happy. Anytime i see plenty of. It's our a from ear in the first place right man. He's yeah this movie agent. Yeah this episode. Love me with a few questions but that was my biggest one. I definitely wanted to know like well. We have the players. What happens with this. Because i think that's for me. That's the most intriguing part of all of this. Another smaller question would of course be pumpkin. Suit guy you know. He says he's in charge. We know he's probably not in charge. But who is in charge and does it even matter. And so they only have a limited amount of episodes. I don't know how many how many episodes season is gonna go for episodes like twenty four episodes. I think they're doing like the the breaking bad model of a b. and c. It's going to be tomorrow on so it's really. There's like three more seasons you think about. Oh yeah yeah well. I guess we're able to log all. I'm thinking we're about to wrap this up but twenty four episode. You have time to dark. Start a story line in one and start another one. Yeah exactly. I think my theory on this is that we are. We are going to have resolved this reapers situation by the end of this season. Fragment we'll have everybody moving toward whatever their next home is probably the end of this. Fragment is well. we're going to have one more big bad in the middle and then the end puts everybody where they're going to end up mike lynch. Let's go with that. I'm excited. I think like i said one group is the entertaining group. You got the angry group with the intrigue with the The maggie in n- again. So yea i don't see a boring story line here and so i'm waiting to see if they ever just mentioned to one but even if they stayed separate for awhile i just the way that these two groups are set up you are going to have your comedic relief over there. You're going to have your intense moments over there and so regardless of what happens. I think these these these last episodes. They're going to be a good time for all three of us. Well i think even if the if the episodes were bad it would be a good time. If the episodes bad they'd be the john crosby we did a lot of this franchise that spend a lot of not very great and we've gotten through and they know how to set up. Yes they don't always know how to knock down. No but i was happy and encourage and very very thrilled to see that the first episode was engaging three story you know is there was the two storylines at bounce back and forth Fell progress within the episode. Okay cool it was set up without it being feeling like hey. Experts experts exposition exposition exposition. Like no action and they moved and actually went places places. They shouldn't have done what they were warned about going and they still went there and so cool a good start Hope they knock down with the second half of this two-parter and my concerns will start with episode three. I read agreed. I'm i will cosign that shore so aj what else is going on you. I heard there's some beat my guest happening indeed. We are in the midst of season. Eight beat my guest. Catch that on your pod casting Apparatus of choice and fun trivia for the whole family can be heard there. Also we have the latest. Pundits are criminal minds rewatch podcasts. The in the middle of season two. I think we're around three seasons away from c. thomas l. zola's was the reaper. And he's pleased character. Game the reaper. So there you go amazing. The kismet there so i can check that out as well other than that. Just doing my espn and uh enjoying enjoying the tail end of of the baseball season before the football rush kicks it. Sure it chapelle. You're like the busiest man on the podcast network. Am i i. yeah. I get around Currently of course. I'm very happy to be back with y'all but i'm also on silent podcast network Talking about never have ever the hit netflix. Show that is now currently is just wrapped up their second season and they just renewed their for the season. So sasha joseph and i are covering episodically on silent podcast and every week i talked to rob on rob has a podcast. Of course with the rewind. It is a i guess. A what my baby. At this point. I love that. I love that Podcast i've just talked about own reality shows. And that's what i'm doing literally. Every week i can be happy. Earn so yeah i'm busy. I guess you could say busy is a word. But i'm having a good time regardless but that's all i got going on i mean i'm listening to a ton of pike as well. I think that's really what takes up most of my time Sad sadly aj. Put me on more podcast. Listen to because. I think i started listening to the obscure podcasts. With michael black. And so. I've gone through that yet and then they'd have to finish the beat. My guest so most of my time is bit absorbing more podcasts and actually producing them at most you tell winter we're gonna see you as a contestant on beat my guest never because i of not smart enough a day would have to change the whole format and they could like beat. My guest for kids are you. Are you marty fifth grader. Who could beat my guest. You know maybe that is where you would find me. But i love listening regardless it is. It's a very fun. Time and age has also been contributing various trivia questions to a segment on a the other podcast. That i've been doing on josh wigley brooklyn's an i are covering the twenty year old reality tv phenomenon. The mole on patrol and every week we also use both controls an excuse to do a trivia quiz about television audience and aj contributed an entire criminal minds around that was very well received as well as a roundabout struggle. That was not very well received Josh witless favourite. Show of all time is the strain and anytime you see. You should ask him about that because what was talking about. And we are up to next week. Grew to be covering episodes nine and ten of the mall because we're gonna take off the week of labor day And it has been the most fun ever. We are almost to what i consider to be. The singular greatest moment of television history and josh mcguire has never seen it. And we're planning to be in the room physically with him when he watches it. And i'm like vibrating about is for like ten weeks. Now that is awesome. I am very much looking forward to it as well. And there's there's a walking dead. Seen of course that. That is reminiscent of that. That i have not brought up to him at all. Because i don't even want to go that good. I sold looking forward to hearing his laughter. Repeating in my head over and over again head is next load. It's gonna be gonna be that good. And i it has been just a joy You can watch the mole season. Two on netflix. 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Your lines are open at one, eight, hundred, eight seven eight play. But getting back to what I was talking about with STU earlier. Grant Napier who's been around the Kings. Forever. He has resigned. There was little. Twitter going on and demarcus cousins tweeted out. And this was At eight thirty PM ON THE THIRTY FIRST AT GRANT NAPIER show. What's your take on am? And Apia putting hey for exclamation points. How are you thought you forgot about me? Having heard from you and years all caps, all lives matter every single one three exclamation points. which in and of itself is absolutely true? But in the context of black lives matter, it's basically. Do you see this guy? This copied his knee on this guy's neck and he said I can't breathe when it's like well, it doesn't matter if you can't breathe because you're black. Your Life doesn't matter. Black. Life doesn't matter. That's what the term means. It doesn't mean that black lives, matter and other blue lives whatever don't. So if you read it and it's just pure content than yes, all lives matter I agree, but in the context of black lives matter. To say all lives, matter is then to trivialize what the movement is, and it's just I can understand if you're from a foreign country and you come in, and you say that you know now. You just don't know, and you mean well, but Graham. Napier is not from a foreign country. So you could say. Maybe he's out of touch whatever, but it was sort of like. When I was talking to Voice of America. Reporter in South Africa and I asked about the townships and she was like Whoa. We don't say townships anymore. And I said Oh you. Don't she? Goes Now? That's kind of a racist term and I was like why I Apologize Yeah I had. That's what they call them on our news here, but in South Africa apparently. And I'll take your word for it because she lives era, forgot her name I'm sorry. But she says you don't. You just don't say township anymore. That's an apartheid. And so. Now I know right now that could be something as innocuous as I always said the Appalachians and then people from. That area. Say It's Appalachian, so now it's hard for me but I try to say Appalachian Appalachian State. Just did it again and I used to say. Ho, Ho, Cam, you know. I went down and saw Harry Carey lean out the window and nine, hundred, ninety, four and saint take now to the ball game. I saw giants at cubs at Ho Cam. In Mesa, while they taught down and built a new one, and the the tribe say where the Hokum. So it, it's about. Finding out information, but if we don't talk to each other how we gonNA know. And I remember Mark Norman. Favorite comedian new I quote alive, and he was in studio time and he. He talks about this a lot, but. You know it's like well. What am I supposed to say and then someone's like? It's not my job to educate you and he's like well. How am I ever going to know? You know we have to. We have to talk to each other so. Now I know not to say township and the only way I knew that it was by. Put My foot in my mouth, but I didn't do it. Out of. Malice I did it out of. and. I wouldn't even say ignorance. It's just it's a being a foreigner. I didn't know. So when? When Grant Napier puts all lives matter. It. It's not reading the temperature of the room. And so this is all on twitter. Matt Barnes, then tweets because. The. Marcus, immediately wrote ll as expected. And it looks at that point that demarcus is just gonNA leave. Like he's he's not to get him. There's no hit squad you know, and I always wonder like the guy who. Outed Shame Gillis. which was behind a paywall for that podcast to find out that he said? The word, Chink and then. said look what he said, and then Saturday, night live, and then people like Jimmy. o Yang said you have to firearm, and then other comedians say. How can you do this? Jimmy, go after one of our own, just a joke. Jane Gilson The N. Word. Almost in the same. Satement. Well. It wasn't the same same almost in the same sentence. But this guy? I think he was so excited. To say look I found a guy who said a disparaging racial term against. Americans. Look what I found. What are you get out of that to be? The Guy who says I got him I caught him, and then his cruise ruined. I. Look I'm not saying that word is acceptable, but I'm saying I would rather go after racist people, then racist jokes. You know. I? Just, wonder what what do people get out of that like I? Said demarcus cousins was not trying to ruin grant Napier's career. We'll get to more of that in a second, but we got my man Charlie and New York City I got a couple of minutes. WHAT'S UP CHUCK? Our you my friend. I just wanted to over. You're saying Not that it matters, but. has there been a history between demarcus cousins and brand napier I mean. I. I. Really Recall any other station that you on. When he was a guest host on some of the shows that he when the warriors stick, demarcus cousins up when they signed him You know whatever plus two years ago last year. He, he really bad now and then I re district call. So isn't there history between the two of them? Not that takes away from anything. I think he was completely sensitive. Wade said. But yeah, they're they're. New Right and it's definitely a history and I have colleagues. I won't mention their names, but they're not big fans of. Of, grant but I've interviewed grant before I to talk to him a lot when I was on ninety five seven. FM AND I've always found him. To be to be honest and somewhat fair about his team. It's just that his approach. It's all done I. Don't want say with a frown, but it's not done with a lot of smiles and yuks. It's just and then the tone is like you know so. With aggressive. Well, and that's yes, all lives do matter of course in in relation to that black lives matter it does yeah he he he shouldn't have said that now. Unfortunately, custom selfish career. I. I think it wasn't. He fired I'm not mistaken or alibi the yeah so. I mean so just. The power of the word is it's Just Careful what you say, you sort of have to double and triple. Check any especially you're. You know if you're if you're talking on on camera and sometimes I would imagine never being on camera, but. I can imagine you saying something that you your second later regret. But if you're tweeting or you're typing it out. She says reread it a couple of months before you hit. Send just to make sure this is this. Is copacetic but Anyway I just did jumps up same split, but just different subjects biting the NBA is something that came out where the season GonNa try to ratify tomorrow I. Think Season Supposed to start your like thirty i. is there any July and go through the end of October? does that mean the next season would start Christmas or is have they thought that far ahead or Like is that like? Would they just jump into the next season because they've had essentially an off season now? yeah. You're right. I think they would probably have like a six week. Well actually they couldn't even do that maybe a month off and then a two week training camp and do it again I i. don't think there's any way in hell. The NBA is going to let that Christmas Day go by without putting for five games here so why they're going to have to come back right? Yeah, I can't imagine them waiting till January. No Christmas, day most people most be like even my friends. They don't start watching me NBA back day. That sort of like their official unofficial opening seed, so then, how does that affect now? Being putting on my warrior fan glasses, how does that affect free agency and draft, and and like training camp and Everything is a cluster like this. And obviously, you're probably going to have. I think they don't want. The draft happened during the season so when they have the lottery at the end of this month I think they're going to announce very soon that the draft is GonNa be mid. June 'cause. They don't want the draft I. Don't think going on during the season. I think but anyway. I got around any Charlie. Thanks comment always appreciate you. Soon. All right good stuff I'm a little and we gotta take a break. Come on back. The lines are open. I got more to say about. Crab come on. Stuff. Thank you. Airlines have just reduce their prices even more thirty days in advance and save big want the absolute lowest prices on your airline tickets then call the low cost. Airlines travel hotline now for prices so low. We can't publish them anywhere. 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G., and if you was my man, I would have been kicked you out of my house by now. This is what had happened. This is what had happened. Welcome back to the show. One Eight, hundred, eight, seven eight play, get to drew brees here in a second, but just to. Wrap up the Grand Napier thing about how fat I mean. You just think about how. Quickly things can go south. Brent Morin! Up and coming comedian. WHO. It's funny. The response he gets sometimes like the biggest response was. Oh my Gosh! You had Jon Bon Jovi on the show will. But. A girl said I saw that. You took a picture with Brent Morin Yeah Oh. My Gosh, that guy is as. Show as the first time. I ever heard that term Smith. Show so I guess the ladies like Brent more on the comedian was in. Her. We were talking and he said. I hate the fact that lying in my hotel bed. I can ruin my life with my phone. I can say something that will make sure that no comedy club overbooked me again that my manager will fire me. I can end all my relationships. I can be. Exercise for my family. All just by holding on my phone. and. He was right. And so. You can imagine Grand Napier sitting in his house in Sacramento thirty. And boogie cousins sends them a tweet. He's Hey, what's up, man? All lives matter every single one. Want to remind you boom. You're done. So Matt Barnes after demarcus put LS expected, said would expect. Nothing lasts from a closet, racists plural. Would expect nothing less from a closet racists. And then Chris, Webber. And I'll give this up. Chris Webber Nazi web. But Chris Webber. It's funny. When I went to March, madness at the shark tank, it was executor and Gonzaga's sweet sixteen. And that's when Gonzaga went to the final. Almost one at thank goodness. They lost the Higgins I. Because I'm jealous. I'll admit it. But Chris Webber is Super Skinny. Way scanner than his playing days and usually retired athletes don't get in better shape than they were. They played, but anyway Chris Webber tweeted out. demarcus. We know and have known who grant is small, G.. The team knows as well I've told them many times. They've seen it. They know who he is. Now Napier. Who has been there since nineteen eighty eight. He's sixty years old. And he pled. Ignorance to his comments. Obviously, he said I'm not as educated on Emma's. I thought I. was I had no idea? That when I said all lives matter that it was counter to what Blm was trying to get across. I'm in pain. I'm sixty years old and I still have a lot to learn. And so then. He went on twitter. After that because somebody said. Oh! As Andrea Miller, he said all lives. Ladder is the go-to response from racist individuals when they're asked about PM. How could you be so tone deaf to not know that? Even if it wasn't your intend to be racist? Incredibly dumb thing to say. Now I agree with Andre Miller I. Don't think you have to be racist to say ED. Grand Napier said. If it came across as dumb I apologize. That was not my intent. That's how I was raised has been ingrained in me since I can remember. I've been doing more listening than talking the past few days. I believe the past few days will change this country for the better. Well, The whole thing was. When I if you. And this the reason you'd, you'd say well. Why? Why Am Barnes and Chris? Weber's say this. Grant Napier made a comment when Donald Sterling was having the clippers taken away from him. and. What he said was Donald, sterling is not racist. And people said well. How do you know and he goes because he's hired black people. and. It's like well. He's trying to win NBA Games. Do you think he's raises that he would just have white players. So But that was his opinion, but but here's the thing where it goes even farther. As I, said corporations are worried about one thing obviously, and that is money. That is what they're worried about. has they want to continue to exist and they can't exist. Thank you no cash. And so is radio station. Caged K.. Is Owned by Bonneville now. I've been in this industry over thirty years, and I know how apparent company income in one way or another, in fact when ninety five seven the game which I started working for. In twenty eleven, I was eight and a half years. I still technically am there I'm I? Get all the emails and I have my key card, but I haven't worked. Since December! But Anyway! I think on the fifty man as we say in Major, League Baseball or the fifty on the taxi squad. But, when we were in a building south market, and I was next to Koa t and Katie Alexander so the. What's the station in San Jose? The Rock Station and San Jose Ninety eight five. and. All of a sudden half, the station's had to move and so. Enter combat. CBS, radio, and then now our studios got moved over to the KPI building, so that's where we're there for years and still are. The KOA stayed with the new and the and the Fox. That's what it's called the Fox. but it's funny. Over the years I was on all those stations because when I was doing as we got pushed back, I got pushed back till like three different stations I was on everything basically except Koa it. Is What I was on. And in fact. Two years ago my as broadcast we're on this am signal that no one could even get and we wouldn't didn't even have the available to have anybody call land. That tells you how much how the as were treated. And I was like okay. Nobody can call in. Nobody can texts me, so here's the post game show. But my point is. Bonneville came in and took over half the building. Bonneville is a huge company. They are an international company. If you think about Bonneville, what do you think about you think about the guy if you know him? MORMON EASTERN IDAHO EASTERN IDAHO UTAH. It is a Mormon run company. Even though they're on the international. And they put out a press release yesterday. We were saddened by the comments grant napier recently made on twitter while we appreciate grants. Positive contributions to cage decay over the years. His recent comments about the black lives matter movement do not reflect the views or values of Bonneville International Corporation. The timing of grants tweed was particularly insensitive. After reviewing the matter carefully, we have made the difficult decision to part ways with grant. On. Those purpose is to build up. Connect inform and celebrate communities and families. In the wake of George Floyd's tragic death, and the events of the last several days it is crucial that we communicate the tremendous respect. We have for the black community and any other groups or individuals. Who have caused a fill marginalized Bonneville remains committed to fostering calm and promoting human dignity in the face of unrest. We plead for all to work together for peace mutual respect. Now let me tell you why. This is stupid. You're talking about sensitivity. You're talking about working together and mutual respect. You talk about using your words here Bonneville human dignity. Why don't you tell an old guy? Actually what you said is not what you're supposed to say right now. Oh, it's not. That's called understanding. That's called human dignity and I don't care what you feel about. Grant Napier, but I think he got screwed. Because he didn't say all Edwards. Words are lazy or shoot the protesters like that USC booster. We were talking about yesterday. He thought he was saying something good. And there is no human dignity for Grant Napier. You can't make a mistake like that. This is one of the most innocuous things you're ever going to get fired over. 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As I mentioned as they call him a New Orleans Goto. Nine drew brees. Do they call them? brees. was asked about Some comments that Anthony Lynn. The head coach of the Los Angeles chargers made. And Anthony. Lynn was explaining how Colin Kaepernick. Protests was misunderstood. and He was speaking to L Z granderson of the Los Angeles Times. And Lynn said Quote People Completely Misunderstood Colin and what he was trying to do. People talked about disrespecting the flag. The flag covers a lot. Patriotism and civil rights and other things and call was speaking out against the injustice, and a lot of people didn't catch that because it was happening during our national anthem. They thought it was disrespectful to the flag I was. By the number of people who didn't now why he was protesting I got letters from people I had people walk up to me and ask coach? What are you going to do? If someone on your team protests. And I had to explain to them that Colin is taking a knee for criminal justice, reform and police brutality. And once you broke it down. They were like Oh, we didn't know that we thought he was protesting the flag. and. That's the case for a lot of people. I came across end quote. Now. Fast forward to drew brees. And drew brees The quote from him now. I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country. Let me just tell what I see or what I feel when the national anthem is played, and when I look at the flag of the United States. I envisioned my two grandfathers who fought for this country during World War, two one in the army and one in the Marine Corps both risking their lives to protect our country. and to try to make our country and this world a better place so every time I stand with my hand over my heart, looking at that flag and seeing the national anthem. That's what I think about. And in many cases that brings me to tears thinking about all that has been sacrificed, not just those in the military, but for that matter those throughout the civil rights movement of the sixties, and all that has been endured by so many people up until this point. And is everything right with our country right now? No, it is not. We still have a long way to go but I. Think what you do by standing there and showing respect to the flag with your hand over your heart, it shows unity. It shows that we are all in this together. We can all do better and that we are all a part of the solution. Now! and quote. Drew brees now is being called. What else would happen on twitter? Being called a racist? He's being people are saying I'm glad. The saints got knocked out of the playoffs. I'll never be a saints fan again, I think drew brees was cool, but now he's an ass, and he's a racist and he's terrible. Why. Why is he not entitled to his opinion? I don't see anything in here. That says he's races. Isn't the entire point of copper nick kneeling to show. that he's protesting police injustice. And racial brutality. Which is his choice? Why can't drew brees stand? And he says he's thinking about the civil. Rights movement. His mind, it's disrespectful not to stand. And that's completely his choice and to tell you the truth if you ask me at sixteen seventeen years old. I would have been offended by to I. Remember going to a Raider game when I was a teenager before they moved to La. And during the national anthem, this white guy in front of me sat there with a big smile on his face. He sat and he gave two fingers. He held up his hands two fingers the whole time. and. I remember thinking this in grateful little. But then I remember thinking to. Now this is why countries one of the reasons. Our countries called no death squad is GonNa come for this guy. No one is going to force him. To. You know stand up for the the Kim Family North Korea or anything else. That's completely in his right to do that. And, so, as I said with capital at the time Kapernick didn't do anything. That offended meany because. Why do I care what somebody it to me would be like saying I care straight or gay or Christian or Muslim or Jewish or Hindu. That that's his choice and he's definitely visible, and you've got the member. He was sitting down. And a guy who I had on this show, former green beret, a white guy said why don't you? Neil I was his suggestion. Because he was doing what marshawn Lynch was doing, which was just sitting on the bench, and not getting up. and. Look it's it's. It's a real thing that he's protesting. It was a real thing, but the reason I didn't have a problem with. It is because when it came time to play, he played. And it might be because of the sensibilities of growing up in the East Bay, where they took the American flags out of the classrooms and everybody. you know when I was growing up? There are a lot of people who. Were almost. Communist. And almost all my friends were. You know bleeding heart liberals and I remember going to East Germany when it was still a communist country and my my buddy, we go through checkpoint. Charlie and he's like the beautiful people of the German Democratic Republic, and the beautiful ideas of communism and I'm like okay, and then they screw them and he goes. We'll come back here with our tanks I'm like Oh, and you just went from a dove to hawk. Pretty quick. I thought you said the Communist, people. Communism to stunt, everyone's creativity and individuality. It's just warped, and it died its own death. It's barely hanging on in the world today. it's just not what's inside people, but anyway before I get off on another tangent back to. Drew. BREES It's just unfortunately the way it is. If you say the wrong thing right now, people won't disagree with you. They will try to cancel you. They Will Burn Your Jersey. They'll fire you. You know even the most conservative. This wasn't a liberal company that firebrand Napier this Mormon owned. Bonneville International. The Mormon Church. And they understand the bottom line. you know like I said they're not some wild. Liberal Company. They're about as conservative as it gets, but if it affects the bottom line. And people just don't want to be associated with you if you don't fall in line and that's the sad thing to in appoint now. Which is weird? Where everybody has to agree with what is right and what is wrong? Everyone has to agree which I don't like. I don't like that now. I think deep down, not every person there are sociopaths. There are psychos out there always right. But I think deep down. Most people know the difference between right and wrong. Even when they're expounding things, they're wrong deep down. You know it's in your own heart. So for someone else who doesn't know you? To call you a racist. which is I said terrible terrible thing to call somebody. Really Terrible. You would think you would need a situation. Where somebody was like I'm not renting this house to black people. Okay we'll then you're racist, but if you say. All lives matter races way. What did I do not supposed to say that right now, but don't all lives matter. No, no, that's like saying all houses matter and you're watering your house, which is an on fire and you're letting the house. Next door burn. Oh Jeez I. Didn't know I was doing that well. It doesn't matter you're fired. But now I know it doesn't matter. You're fired. Oh well, that sucks. It does suck, but that's the way it is now people will point at. You say you're racist. I could say a racist joke right now. And? You know laugh. and. It would get me fired and people would tweet that I'm racist. and. Only a person themselves in their hearts. You know what is in your heart. You know how you feel about people. And as I say, you know, it's sort of like if you. Turn a corner and you see two men with full beards like French kissing. You might go. Who and someone's like? You said a year a homophobic SOB. Now. It's just like I wasn't expecting to see two guys with beards making out no year homophobic. SOB close-minded Blah Blah. Everyone just jumps to do that. Why is everybody so in the Gestapo now? If. You really are racist. Right if you really are. First of all. I'm not trying to defend racist, but you are free to feel that way. You're filled a free anyway. You want in this country now that I'm in the ACLU trying to protect Nazis here, but if you really are. Than to get called a racist. Then you deserve it. But do I think grant Napier's races? Not by that comment? I don't know him. You'd have to ask you know. See Chris Webber and Matt Barnes and demarcus cousins. They were around them all the time. Maybe the maybe he did treat them poorly because they're black I don't know. I'm not trying to grant napier as a guy I'm just trying to. Defend the fact that he thought he was saying something good, and he was saying something bad. So drew brees. When he looks at the flag and I think of similar things as to him, not exactly but similar, and this is why I stand with my heart hand over my heart, and no one's going to tell me not to, because it's my choice, just like it's collins choice or was blackballed his choice. So for drew brees to say I. Don't like anyone disrespecting the flag whatever the reason is. That's his choice. That doesn't make him races. That doesn't make him pro. you know police brutality. But unfortunately were so dumb now in this country and twitter rules, corporations even corporations owned by conservative Christian churches. That of somebody on twitter goes races. I really hope drew. Brees doesn't apologize because he didn't say anything wrong. He didn't say anything wrong. He just was saying how he feels. That's all but go ahead and jump twelve steps now and call a terrible person. Sunny his teammate Michael Thomas one of the best wide receivers in the NFL, tweeted out. He don't know no better. so I think in a way. He's getting his back saying he doesn't realize that. This sounds bad right now. It sounds bad okay. I'm rectal. Come on back on sports byline. Attention to anyone that's written a book. A wants to write a book. The process is not that complicated. Take a first step. Even if you write a page a day, you build momentum and your book will become a reality. The hard part is getting it published. That's when you need to call page publishing. They've got hundreds and hundreds of thank yous from different new authors. Just like you. They make the process of publishing your new book and getting it sold online a simple process. You can learn how simple. 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But some bad news at a Pittsburgh. Is that Chris? Archer is out for the season. Where it's surgery to relieve systems of neurogenic thoracic, let's syndrome. Just called T. O. S.. Procedure was. Performed at. Washington University which is insane lose. But Archer now on the wrong side of thirty thirty one, but the pirates hoped when. They Traded Austin does and Tyler Glasnost Shane to get him at the deadline that he would be the one to. Put them over. The top Lazar is about five. and. He gives up hell home runs to every nine innings. This is a guy who established himself as a good starter with the raise so into the old form. We don't know how it's going to go, but you think about another guy who had rasic outlets syndrome-related surgery. Just look at Matt Harvey. And where Matt Harvey is right now. So the pirates have an option for the twenty twenty one season that would give them eleven mill with a two fifty buyout. I think we're looking at it two hundred and fifty thousand by out there. I'm really another hour come on by. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed feed radio network at live dot hotline Newsfeed Dot Com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. Follow us on Facebook, twitter and Service newscaster June the third twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford. New England the episcopal bishops. There are unanimously calling out. Donald Trump's appearance in front of Saint. John's Episcopal Church DC on Monday. They're calling quote, disgraceful and more elite repugnant. It unprecedented move they released a statement on Tuesday. Also condemning law enforcement use of force and tear gas to clear a path for the president through peaceful demonstrators. Trump's displayed the Bible in front of the Church without quoting scripture also disturbed them. Rob Hirschfeld of the new, Hampshire Episcopal Church. WHO drafted the statement? Says he feels like the church was trespassed the blatant use of religious symbols, merely to exploit the backdrop and symbols of our face, Bible, religious setting in order to say I, have a church behind me, and he certainly does not have the episcopal church behind in this personal stresses. Episcopal Churches congregants from all political backgrounds. He describes church leaders in new. England. England around the country as united in objecting to the presidential photo opportunity at Saint John's New England bishops right that the real injustice is the continued oppression of in violence against people of Color in the US Bishop Thomas Brown of the main. Episcopal, church echoes the need for healing, so we who are white, we who have a philosophy and privilege we need to be receiving, and we need to be bringing people together. I'm Laura. Rossborough Telam reporting for public news service. The Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire. Connecticut Maine Massachusetts Rhode Island and Vermont all sign the letter. Minnesota officials have launched a civil rights investigation into the entire Minneapolis police, department, following the killing of George Floyd are Mike Molin reports. It coincides with calls for reform, but watchdogs elsewhere say changing police. Culture is very difficult. Other recent high profile incidents have prompted reforms within NPD, but skeptics say what happened. Floyd shows not much as changed. Harriet Walden with a group mothers for police accountability in Seattle was involved in reform efforts when that city's police department came under federal scrutiny. She says there was a lot of optimism at first, but the problems persist. Police enforcement steelheads parodies along racial lines. That was two thousand. That's thousand nineteen people of color were more likely to be christened by the for and. 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But Scott Seaborg state director of the group. All voting his local says it looks like no one was denied the right to cast their ballot. Local election officials have really done a heroic job dealing with not only social distancing in the pandemic, but at the same time these astronomically large numbers of by mail ballots governor, Tom Wolfe signed an executive order extending the deadline for six counties to receive mail in ballots June ninth I'm Andrea Sears reporting. Finally Arouse Brown reports. The greatest predictor of bankruptcy is lack of health care, but since the affordable care act was adopted, bankruptcies have declined among people with intermittent health coverage. That's according to a new study. When the ACA was signed into law by President Barack Obama in two thousand ten. He said it would address the crushing cost of healthcare that was causing a bankruptcy in America every thirty seconds study author. Michael Susa at the University of Colorado says Americans are twice as likely to file for bankruptcy. If for any reason, they lose health insurance coverage whether that is occasioned by job, loss or divorce about twenty million Americans gained access to health insurance as a result of the ace gay I'm Mike Clifford for public news service. We are member, and we are listed supported anwr online at public news service DOT, Org. Without a welcome back to the show rectal with you. And Breaking News the back and forth between Major. League Baseball and the Players Association. It's become official today that the League has rejected formerly the Union's proposal for the one hundred and fourteen game season with prorated salaries. And remember, they said more like fifty to sixty games. The League has no plans to even extend a counter proposal. So. Rob Manfred the commissioner can. Seek to unilaterally impose. Short and the season. Which is where he's leaning. And now the air. Force Joel Sherman is tweeting forty eight to fifty four games. With prorated salaries. Or if they do WANNA do eighty two game season. Then you gotta go to the sliding scale. So the union is knocking. Agree to that, are they? Going to let this season just bleed away. They really are. They do not give. A monkey's uncle and we were hearing about how some owners were like. Why don't we just not do it? And, that's the thing once you get more and more used to anything. It becomes easier to cope with. You know it's like Oh, I miss going on and going to bars and drink and it's like. Even, when they reopened, I don't WanNa go. I listened to these comedians like you know all through. April they were like I. Just want to get on a plane and go somewhere. I can't believe how much this sucks now. They're like I. Don't want to go anywhere. I don't WanNa do that. So I guess the owners are like. Yeah, you know. We never really started it. Why don't we just all meet at Spring Training again next year? They seem pretty content to do that. Maybe John, fish knew that all along and he's like. Why am I gonNa pay you a million dollars? We're not GONNA have season. So great news there as well. Let's talk about sports. Hundred, eight, seventy, play, one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two, nine. Get in, get hurt tune in radio APP iheartradio APP stitch-up exporter of our troops, sitting on American forces stay save come home. Super Proud of you keep up the good work and twitter's at come on. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad News is you're one step closer to becoming your parents soon you'll have a separate fridge in the basement or extra. Groceries are exiled forever. Remember that frozen lasagna. Of course you don't. It's been down there since two thousand eight. Good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car. 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Ever he's so wonderful. Ding Sports with Rick tittle. Handsome, he's a genius. Thank you for that and welcome. It's. How somebody just sent me a picture. Of the clan and they're holding up confederate. And American flags and this like. CRAN wizard looking. Up a sign that says white proud and with superior jeans. Jay. So you're wearing the what is it lucky? Brian and are. Diesel. What are seven for all mankind I? Don't even know it's superior. Genes are not a fasching. But. I Dunno stupidity when you put first of all Brian Regan. The community always has the. Thing it's like when you hold up a sign. It's like this is my current thought right now. Whatever it is, this is what I'm presently thinking they okay. But when Dennis Allen was with the raiders. There's this huge sign of the Coliseum. They held up. Right at the end of the game, and it said you're fired and I thought his fired what? Oh. You are fire, but it was spelled y O. U. R. Your fired. No Superior! The! Obviously the irony of somebody talking about how he's superior jeans and he can't spell jeans is is funny. It's just funny, but. Then again, that's probably how. Most people spell on twitter so. To All Right one eight, hundred, eight, seven, a play yesterday as we went to print for I, went off the air. I talked about how major league soccer had today to avoid a lockout. And I thought you don't want to lock out something that people barely care about. You know what I mean. It's like we're GONNA lock out the Bulgarian restaurant. Okay. Don't do the. No be a different. Would America say if we'd say we're GONNA actually close. All the TACO bells America would have a revolution. And every person, every ethnic unites together to fight the forces to keep Taco Bell Open. This might be a good time for an alien invasion, so we can all get together again seriously. That could be something but major league soccer, and I'm a fan, but remember I'm the biggest soccer fan in the world and I'm Kinda on MLS because the quality of play civil lame, and they keep expanding so fast like and drama that you just. I don't even know. What team I mean I can't name you guys from every team. In the English premier league I can give you five guys from every team and the name of the stadium, and the name of their head coach and the greatest player in their history any team. Go down through the the the ranks below that. It's the same thing with MLB. NBA Nhl. MLS. I couldn't even name you every team. But I still want major league soccer to thrive. I think it's a great opportunity for these guys. Because every once in a while you do find that Clint Dempsey. You do find that kid who can play and I think it's cool to have a soccer league. You know people. It needs to be a big as baseball that stupid. No, it doesn't and let be as big as baseball. Find your niche and they have. Their on national TV. They're building soccer specific stadium all over the country including here in the bay area, we have the best one and I'll put it up against up against many soccer stadium that I've been. In England and in Europe via stadium is better than those. By the Players Association and the League had until today to work out some economic concessions and I'm happy to report. That, the lockout has been avoided. which is something that is? Important. And this is from the MLS Players Association. And unless players, today ratified a new collective bargaining agreement, which will run through the twenty twenty-five season. Today's vote also finalizes a plan to resume the twenty twenty season and provides players with certainty for the months ahead it allows our members to move forward and to continue to compete in the game. They love however. We recognize that we're all moving forward as players as fans as society as a world into a future that looks much different than the one. We envisioned a few months ago. There are problems we face collectively that are both more urgent and more important than competing on the field. We are grieving. We are fed up. We expect change and we expect action. This change won't come on the field. But it will come partly through the forest and the termination of all who seek justice and equality. We hope. Our return to the field will allow fans a momentary release and a semblance of normal see. We are also committed as a group to doing all that we can, both as leaders in our sport as well as leaders in our communities. To help carry our countries or communities are league in our sport forward. Navigating the challenges of the past several months would not have been possible without the incredible dictation leadership shown by our Executive Board and bargaining committee. Finally none of what we do, players would be possible without the support groups and fans, and we thank them for their continued support and loyalty. So no lockout in MLS. But this is the thing now you know. Here's the players union saying we're also fed up, but there was an article today or yesterday in USA Today. By we say Monza Young. Who was asking? Why have only half of NFL? Teams come out and condemned the George Floyd killing. Now. It's funny, because a lot of corporations I mean net flicks the. Thing now where you have to say something. Right. And Mark Davis said to be honest. I'm surprised that the resulting violence hasn't been much worse. and. You know March coming from Oakland, so you know I can see that Owners like Steve. Shoddy of the Ravens and Gale Benson of the saints. Immediately wrote about accountable and actionable steps that they're taking immediately. The shoddy is donating a million dollars Jed. York donating a million dollars. And then asking. Where should it go? Help me put this in the right places. Benson who remember is also owner of the PELICANS. She inherited from WHO Dat. She talked about forming a social. Justice Leadership Coalition. With players from the saints and Pelicans. But sixteen teams have said nothing. and. Is it up to a team. NFL team to come out and and to condemn. The police murder! Of A citizen. Well apparently USA Today thinks that it is the responsibility of that. the steelers have not issued one. We had one of the Rooney. Kids on the show a couple of weeks ago. There the inventor of the Rooney rule obviously. Jeffrey Leery of the Eagles. He stayed silent until last night. He finally put something out under pressure. They're members of the Patriots. As well, saying Robert, kraft needs to put something else, but they haven't said anything yet. And then Jerry Jones nothing. Daniel Snyder nothing the Mara's nothing. That's cowboys, redskins giants. That's the NFC east. Right there so. It's if you look at. You. Know Hendricks of Minnesota. And he said what actual steps are you taking? Support the fight for justice and systemic reform. You know and that's the other thing, too. Is that when? Is it enough to just tell a veteran? Thank you for your service. Is it enough to just condemn things? I didn't say anything on twitter because I think these things should be self evident. But Davinson Sanchez, one of my favorite soccer players plays for Tottenham Hotspur. He's a Colombian International. He's only about twenty one twenty two years old. He put a picture out with Eric Dire, and it was Eric dyers this Guy Johnson. Sanchez is very dark, pigmented skin. They have their arms around each other. So just retreated that I thought that I look good. You know there's I I like to think and I hope I'm not wrong I. Like to think that there's much more that unites us than divides us so I just thought that was a nice picture I like the guy so I tweeted out armor total. 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Deep deal is the fact that woes and Sharana. They're reporting ESPN and the authentic respectively that the NBA is going to be back on July thirty first, so I'm basically. Two more months. Why don't you to start next season? But there's going to be as I mentioned about eight regular season games and playing to get to the eighth see that's fine, but a couple of things that in note. Some health precautions. And this is all going to be down there in Orlando. In between the Dumbo ride on the Matterhorn, I, don't know what do they have in Orlando? But. no showering. At the arenas. You have to take a shower. At your hotel or don't take a shower, so that means you gotta leave a big sweaty mess towel off and bounce, which also means if there's going to be a press tribune or a mixed sound? Funny I always say that. The mixed zone is where you stand outside locker rooms. Where's the mixed zone? It almost seems like girls and boys. But the plan is that You GotTa? Shower at the hotel bench players. Will Not sit on the bench. They will be spread out in the rows of seats. And inactive players will be behind them from the seeds. And players. Can Bring no guests to Orlando. Until the playoffs. So couple of weeks of regular season games. Does that mean no family and kids friends Mom Dad oncle. So the plan will give the NBA about two months to finish organizing this Disney proposal. Get the players back up to speed physically individual workouts, second training, camp and practice facilities. And teams participating in whatever format. The concluded season and playoffs take, and then traveled to Orlando in quarantine at their hotel. Before the basketball could begin again. Finnegan beginning. But the NBA players when you hear. Hey, we're back when two months. Thank God Dang. Two Months I. Bet you if if you told them. Yeah, we're looking at July first and be like okay. All right well. It only gives us a month. Let's get up to speed two months. Goodness Gracious. Starting Games. And they're just putting July on. It's Kinda like when? Lou wanted to move the as to the exact border of Santa Clara county a swamp in Fremont. or the Silicon Valley is of Fremont. The San Jose as of Freeman I on my gosh. But it's like saying. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA. Start playing end-july. We'll barely. Going to be playing tonight thirty first. But as Charlie was point now that's a logistical problem for next season because of the NBA. is going to have a seven game series format for the postseason. That's. You need two months for the playoffs. So the last possible date for game, seven would be October twelve. So then we begin on Christmas Day as we speculated. That would give the players. You know less than three months before things got started again, you would need training camps factor in. So we're talking about. I mean a month off. Look soccer players do this in even years if their internationals. Like Harry. Kane the England captain the bottom, not even a Tottenham Kadam, but the England captain. One of the best strikers in the world. In an even year he gets about three weeks to a month of no soccer. Three weeks to a month. I don't think Americans would go for that. WHAT'S IRONIC? Is that every other country except America? You get six weeks paid vacation and here. You were ten years ago two weeks. So. There's no perfect solution. If, we start the season to quickly go. Everybody's heard. You know. Especially the intensity of playoff games, and by the way there's not going to be any social. You'RE GONNA be covered in the flop sweat of the opponent. That was one thing I played high school basketball. And I was a guard. And one of the reasons really like playing well first of all when I was in high school I. You know I'm not six foot nine. But The thing about being guarded usually didn't have to mix it up too much in the paint. I mean if you drove the lane, but. Odd rebound look for those back iron big bouncy rebounds. But every once in a while you know especially, maybe you're waiting for free. Throw and you're leaning in and there's a forward or a center next to you and he just paint you with this horse flop. Sweat this big, foamy disgusting. It's awful. So they're going to be doing that if there's going to be Rodman type defense. When I headed Donald Foil on my show in studio and he laughed, he donald foils. One of the nicest guys. Great Guy Cares about players. But he said that Rodman did two things to him. He said the first thing he did. Was He. Would grab his. You would grab foil by. And stick. His leg is knee in between his butt cheeks. So foil a turn around and go. What are you doing? And then he said a couple times robin with Graham by the hips and do thrusting moves into but. Donald Foil. You think about what it takes to get him mad. He said he'd turned around furious. I'll knock you out. But since Dennis, Rodman is sort of gender neutral. Let's call it that. He. Was No. Nobody else would ever do that. No one would intentionally put their knee in between. But Eh freaked Donnas Dennis Rodman at least knew that that would freak people. The hell out buddy wasn't just smoke and mirrors. He could jump higher than you. Two nations, one of the greatest rebounders in history and then throw that in. that he didn't care about you. Know Machos, sexuality, or what have you? I I don't think that Dennis Robin would do well in this social distancing. Anyway, but anyway when you get in the NBA, somebody could do that. They could now nothing's finalized. They said there's details of. Dotting I's and crossing t's and things like that but. You know just a couple of months ago. The see the continuation of the season seemed in doubt. So if you think about, they'd come up with a solution. And MLB has not. The NHL is with a solution and MLB has not even the freaking major league soccer players come up with a solution. And Major League Baseball is still from ownership side seemingly extremely apathetic to this season. F We. Have we have we don't we don't. You know they always say well. You Know Sports, La no-one cares because there's so much more going on. Well That's true to a certain extent. There's more going on in La and then there is in Wichita Shan. But if you're a fan, you WANNA go to the game. If you're that easily distracted, you're not much of a fan. Well I bring that up because owners. Have a lot more going on. Jerry Jones has a yacht now. It's NFL owner Jerry. Jones has a yacht. That's five hundred million dollars. That's as much as a stadium would cost. Five hundred million dollar yacht. You think he doesn't have other stuff he can do. But the players they wanNA play, and this is why the union was like eighty two games. How one hundred and fourteen? About fifty, you know what? Why don't we just read? Next year! Thing is when you think about the layers if players are trying to fracture the union or what they're trying to do right now. But most players WANNA play first of all because their competitors, and they don't want to throw away a year of their prime, but the other thing is is they need to get paid and they're not gonNA. Get paid if they don't play. So once again, the fat cats hold the cards. I record all come on back. D-? Right now at O. Reilly auto parts get up to a fifteen dollar gift card after mail-in rebate when you purchase select superstar batteries with high cranking power and reserve capacity superstar batteries provide all the power, your vehicle demands and more turn the key with confidence superstar battery only at O. Eilly auto parts better parts better prices every day. Off. Auto, parts. Tired of the same old hat coverage dot com is the top destination defined the hats gear. 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In a legal battle that has cast a pall. Over his time. There in Durham. because. The ruling requires that Williamson course now with the PELICANS. He has to answer questions under oath. Related to his eligibility and any improper benefits here family may have received to go to Duke. And, this has come out. because. Gene Afford. And Prime Sports Marketing. His former agency have filed suit against him. They're seeking how much money. Oh, one hundred million dollars for breach of contract. Ford and prime sports also filed a request for admissions. Asking Williamson to admit that his mother and stepfather demanded and received gifts, money, and or other benefits from persons, acting on behalf of Duke University directly and or indirectly to influence you to attend, Duke University to play basketball and quote. Wow, you usually don't hear about this type of stuff coach K.'s program. Almost never. Now! Williamson's attorneys are going to. File an appeal on this ruling. Because Williamson requested, what's called a protective order? He alleged that Prime Sports Marketing is attempting to force him to what he calls quote. To engage in burdensome and irrelevant party discovery in this court aimed at embarrassing him, his family, his former coaches, and his former school and quote. The insinuation is that Zaylon was induced to play to Duke. That would definitely violate any NCAA rule. And then it upped the intensity. Of the legal battles that we know after that because. The the whole thing with prime sports marketing. Right after Zion declared for the twenty nine hundred NBA draft just followed his freshman season at Duke. He signed with Prime Sports Marketing. But it only lasted a couple of weeks. After that he signed with. Creative Artists Agency's which of course does actors and Musicians and athletes? Is Much more well known. They represent a lot of top players more many more than pro sports marketing, which at that time didn't have any NBA players. So, according to the legal analyst, Daniel Wallich of the athletic. Williamson, Filed a federal lawsuit, relying on North Carolina, meaning to protect student athletes from solicitation and agents not certified by the State that nullified his agreement with Prime Sports Marketing. Sports marketing then filed suit against him. Saying that. They need compensation for endorsement deals that they lined up for him. and. Look I could lineup deal for Zion Williamson, so could you could a third grader? But the suit which was filed in Florida has has now produced this requests for admissions about what he did it duke now. Why does it matter? Why does it matter what his status to quotes? Okay well. This is the thing. It's a stipulation. This is where lawyers. Make their money because they're dirty. Lawyers, except for a couple are very dirty. And what they do is they have accused. Williamson of not being a student athlete, because at North Carolina Law protects student athletes. So. What they're attempting to do is to say. You weren't even an amateur because you shouldn't have been able to play, NCAA basketball. Now! That's a double edge sword. Ord for prime sports marketing because if it's proven. That that happened. that. They'll be no way. They'll ever be certified as an agency after that because they'll be gouging into the most famous program. So when Cihan now. The legal team argued that the North Carolina case. Completely Obliterates any need for discovery because he was a student athlete and they're basically saying. We don't think that you were. His lawyer say that you're just doing nothing more than a fishing expedition aimed Thomas Tarnishing Zion's tation. So does this matter for the rest of us well? What prime sports marketing wants out of this. They want a settlement. They want a settlement. They lost out to a bigger agency. dukes basketball program is caught in the crosshairs of this ends in a trial the if the legitimacy of Williams soms amateurism becomes. Point, in contention in a courtroom. Diesel. That coach. K. is going to get dragged in there. So. Duke by the way is going to lawyer up. And they like I said this is not the first instance that any college has been accused of breaking NCAA rules. But Michael Nadi previously alleged Nike. Paid Williamson to steer him to Duke, which is a Nike, program he's still Nike. Nike Shoe shredded when he was there, and he almost got terribly her, and then he got hurt and. Pelicans camp great name by the way Pelicans. But. Duke has spokesman name Michael, Schoenfeld and he said. That an outside investigation was conducted once alerted to potential eligibility issues. And he said quote as soon as duke was made aware of any allegation that might have affected Zion Williamson's eligibility. We conducted a thorough and objective investigation, which was directed by individuals outside the athletics. Department. We found no evidence to support any allegations. Zion thrived as both a student and an athlete into. And always conducted himself with integrity and purpose. This story is one that's old as the hills. And people thinking they deserve compensation and all that deal, and sometimes it gets familiar. You think about Ryan Howard his own father and his brother. He put them on the payroll. as part of his Camp Representation. and. Then he found out that they kept pulling money out pulling money out taking money when he wasn't saying you could, and they're spending one hundred thousand dollars and he fired both of them and they sued him. They sued him. because. They got fired. and. Zach it ugly I'M GONNA. Go ahead and say that's pretty damn ugly. There's no. One, eight hundred, eight, seven eight play like to get in, so I'm jumping around here sweet in the last segment here. By the NFL teams. Will host their training camps at their own facilities, which makes me wonder if the stadium is ready for the raiders in Vegas, or if their practice facility is ready in Henderson or they will be at Napa once again. That's what I wonder. And of course, everyone's affected, but Adam. Schefter said that the League said you can go your team facilities lot. No more travel. Now, what does that mean well a lot? OF CLUBS DO joint practices. You know we've seen that time and time again, and they bring in real wraps now every camp I go to, and will almost all the raiders. But every Campo into NAPA. They had real refs there every day. Whether they're NFL refs. Our High School Rafts are the guy in a footlocker employees. They had somebody there the whistle. you know trying to remind people you're lining up offsides. You went off offsides. You held that type of thing. Now you'd say well. What do you mean? There's no travel well? The Dallas Cowboys always always always have their camp in Ventura County. They have it over and Oxnard the NAR son. So the cowboys will have to remain at their headquarters. Which I thought was in Plano but I read that it's in Frisco. By the way I, don't I don't say. Somebody told me don't say San Fran. We get mad. I. Don't I'd San Fran doesn't bother me. I think I. Say Sanford sometimes don't Sue Frisco. But, not every team travels out of state. But The Panthers. You always go to these little colleges somewhere like the the chiefs went to summit, was called Georgetown College not the one in DC, but something in the middle of a plane, and the veterans got the bottom floors of this little dorm. I mean you look at the Carolina Panthers? They used to go to Wolford hungry wound slowly of acquittal. that's in Spartanburg. South Carolina. And they've been going there since their inception and they'll be the first time they're not gone. But the NFL has been working. On returning staff players to their facilities. I saw thing that San Francisco. If you have social media, the social media social distancing in place that may by June fifteenth Let people in. Some of these office buildings most office building in San Francisco have told their employees like we'll get back to you in July. We'll see how things are then. The Roger Goodell the NFL Commissioner. Dummy. He released a memo team presidents. GM's had coaches about the next phase and the main takeaway from his message. Is That coaching staff and employees can can go in. You can go into your office. And employee is allowed to return this week. have been. You know they've been sort of piecemeal, not everyone, but if you sell tickets anyway. You can go back. Anyone in a retail shop online as well, you can go back customer facing facilities. And also facility. Compliances as well, but states local regulation from cities. They're also a little bit different sometimes. I mean it's weird. It's like how can the European champion the world champion? You know it's like France's the world champion, but Germany's European champion. Oh Two different tournaments did if years apart so you can say this state. Has this law well? This county has a curfew while that city doesn't so the city and the county and the state could all be on three different game plans. It's like well. Who Do you listen to listen to a mayor governor? Who is it? So. Goodell says the League is in touch with everyone, and they wanna make sure that the players association is on board with all those protocols and Blah Blah Blah all right. Just one more step we hope back to normality. I'm rectal. We will take a quick break and come on back. Do! I'M GONNA. Tell you how you can get real healthcare for as little as six dollars a day. 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Plan SEC when it tried him improve my stock. He won't be eligible for the draft again until two thousand twenty three. Now. They're still obviously a million great high school outfielders out there. But with the. Way The the money is and having being deferred. And you know just. The. He just he's not into it and the the volatility of the whole situation. He just wants to reestablish himself as a top ten pick. He thinks and he's gone to an amazing baseball program at Louisiana, state. And, so he's like never mind. I said I was going to the draft. Now I want to go to Lsu and I'm sure Lsu's going to be like Nah. I'm sure he. We'll welcome with open arms. You kidding me a first round pick. And now you WanNa play in college. I'm sure the go tigers GE. Will love to have them, so they go. He's fat up all right. Thanks tune in. Tomorrow Nine am will do it again on sports. Somewhere. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live dot heartland newsfeed dot com. 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Is this a trend or are all of the other shows up, but raw is still down as a result of I. Don't know three hours, or whatever last week was Memorial Day so we have to throw that number. Number out this past, Monday was not Memorial Day, but this past Monday, everybody was tuned into the news, so ron fact did do pretty much the exact same number as the week prior in the eighteen forty nine numbers were normally. They're still like one two and three, one, two and four. They were way down as a result of everybody eighteen, forty, nine, watching the news as opposed to professional wrestling, so based on the eighteen to forty nine numbers at what raw actually did my gut feeling. Is that this coming Monday? The show probably is going to be back above two million viewers so I. Guess we'll see. We'll talk about the numbers here. A bunch of other news and so much more we shall kick it up after the break wrestling observer live. WanNa Alison. Elsa Gun. I got. Scott's. Wallid L. Gun. While I. 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Live with Bryan Alvarez and Mike Semper, Vivey on the sports byline broadcasting network. The show Brian Elber is year. Wrestling Observer LIVE MIXING PROVERBIAL WRESTLING OBSERVER DOT COM. Three win following for a week. Sexually couple of months now actually is the. Brady's obviously and we always cover the ratings, but. or The middle of a pandemic and Anxious to pandemic where the middle of right now. And prior to all of this, going down when we were only in the middle of a global pandemic. People were watching the news in great numbers. And it affected all of the wrestling shells. Particularly Aws Connects T. if there was if there was strong news coverage about something, it would affect both of those shows, obviously just the fact that there was a pandemic the fact that there were no fans in the arenas. All of these things all of this. took a hit on wrestling ratings. Well a couple of weeks ago, people started to get burned out on the news and sudden this past Wednesday. We actually saw the a w. an t numbers return to almost where they were. Roughly where they were before everything shut down. and. I'm an attempt to not sneeze here on the air as I. As I get through the rest of this, so then the question was okay well. What about smackdown? smackdown. Powerfully attempt not to sneeze. SMACKDOWN IT turns out. Also ended up doing above two million viewers, and that actually was interesting, because smackdown in many markets was was preempted. And when we got final numbers in, Monday stayed above two million viewers now. The big question was raw. Aws In exte- had recovered somewhat smackdown had recovered somewhat. What about raw? Well Rod, this past Monday. Nights ended up doing one point seven three million viewers basically identical to the week before one point seven four million viewers now the week prior said Kinda got to throw at this number. It's Memorial Day Memorial Day usually doesn't do a great number. Let's see what happens is coming. Monday little did I know what was going to happen. Over the course of the next seven days, Rah was slaughtered at eighteen to forty nine by news shows normally, even if raw is close to an all time low, it's still like number one number, two number three sometimes number one to five, because at third hour usually dies. Usually, it's still way up there but this week it was. Let's see thirteenth in the demo behind eleven news shows. So, obviously everybody was watching the news and I. Presume that everybody's GonNa. Be Watching the news tonight, so expect us to. Probably, greatly affect the aws in exte- numbers. I guess we'll find out. But I guess we wait until next week to find out if raw is also beginning to return. Back, to normal, after all of this one point, eight one million viewers in the second hour, one point eight zero million viewers in the second hour, so basically for those people not watching the news. I mean they watched the first two hours of raw straight I. mean statistically nobody tuned in in the second hour. Nobody tuned out. But then that third hour one point, five seven million viewers a horrific number, and that's it. So as always the real world, trump's professional wrestling. It happened. Monday expected to happen tonight, and for all I. Know is can happen Friday as well and maybe for awhile here, so obviously bigger fish to fry, but those are your pro wrestling. Ratings numbers. You hit the mute button. No go ahead and sneeze. Out It only happens in the middle of of. Of A tirade. Very professional my friend. What can you say you know before we were saying? We don't know what's going to happen night after night. When it comes to this pandemic. Maybe we'll get some news. Maybe they'll be address something that will take place. That'll drag people's attention away. Obviously in the United States of America I don't know about how it affects Canada or elsewhere our current social situation is exploding, and now that's something you have to look into night after night. there was you know what's going to affect smackdown would. Does Not Affect seemingly raw and an AWS, obviously being on USA TNT is not going to be news coverage. That directly affects them, as would affect the smackdown number but with that said who knows what happened. It can happen night after night anymore. You know it only takes one thing drags people's attention away, and as you mentioned, you know the. Demographic drop. You know because the news was on so. I don't know what you say. You know ratings right now. You just Kinda have to throw your hands up in hope that it doesn't lower than what it was. That's the bottom line. Have we already hit rock? Bottom with rod looks like we have. We don't know, but you know what we'll see. What happens with the news tonight and see how it goes. High back all right. So why did you hear today? Yes I, didn't fact take care of this situation so tough day to day? Folks all right, so today's when take a bunch of feedback from you. One, eight, hundred, eight, seven, play, one, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, two, five, two, nine, is the phone number and you can send your text messages four to five, seven, eight, zero, seven, five six Brian and wrestling observer dot com is the email at Bryan Alvarez on twitter, semper V, and as always. If you are hearing this and you're like Oh Brian said. I have no idea what the numbers are going to the front page of wrestling observer DOT COM. All of the numbers are up there on the front page. All of the links to listen to this show sports byline. Watch this show twitch DOT TV slash affordably video makes life easy for everybody tonight on Annex T. It's very interesting they've got. They've got two matches announced. That's it for the show here tonight. Candidates Laurey, and medium. And Ellie Hill, del Fantasma and Drake Maverick. Stark difference between the two companies. Those are the only two matches announced now the reason that they're doing this is because there is a takeover coming up on Sunday and exte- takeover in your house, and so what they're doing are basically largely sacrificing. An episode of annexed in the USA network to promote that show. Now. It's fascinating to me. Because They've been running takeovers. Forever! And historically they just do an annex t show, and throughout the show they promote the takeover, but otherwise it's largely the exact same takeover show they have. They have recently made the change I believe this. They did this before the last takeover as well where the go home show has like a matcher two, but then there's like over an hour like a long video package building up the big matches and on takeover now as a fan I see no problem with that. I mean it's all about trying to make people excited for the show on Sunday. I say that as a fan personally, but we did see the last time they did. This had showed died in the ratings. Fans a lot of those fans. They didn't one watch a one hour. Jenny Gargano to Moscow chump video package. They wanted to see some action. So I am surprised based on the rating last time they tried this. They are doing it again, but they are doing it again now. They do have two matches. They've been building up for a long time. The finals of the Exte- cruiserweight championship tournament. which may or may not be interim anymore because they didn't call it the interim. Title last week. They just called it. The INEX- cruiserweight title, which is interesting because the actual cruiserweight champion Jordan Devlin should be able to turn at this point. But that's going to be. The main match also cancel ray versus me a Yelm obviously drake maverick, trying to fight for his job and tonight on dynamite, just a normal, not even a normal and he got some big matches. It's a full show. Cody versus jungle boy for the AWA TNT title Kenny Omega page versus Jimmy Havoc, and Kim saving for the Awa tag team titles Chris Jericho Colt Cabana and Tony Shivani does a sit down interview with FDR so we'll be very interesting to see. Everything about tonight I'm talking to everything the numbers who watches? The comparison between the two shows which show gets. Affected more profoundly by people watching the news hint that'll be a w and more. I don't know why you don't announce more. You know aws going to have a whole slate to go against you. Even if that's your plan to run the video package at least throw some flowers out there to people, give them some some bait, and some more reason to tune in no offense to the two matches that they've already named. But you saw what happened last time around as you mentioned with the ratings and I just think with what you need to know what your competition is going to be. Give people a little bit more. Give them give them some sort of a enticement to tune in. Back in a moment, everybody, a wrestling observer live. Book! Other. Do you owe ten thousand dollars or more? On at least two federal student loans? Then you may qualify for new programs offered by the Department of Education. These programs can reduce your interest lower your payments and possibly qualify you for loan forgiveness. If you have ten thousand dollars or more, and at least two federal student loans, and currently not in school, you may qualify for one of these. These programs call now to check your eligibility student loan advisors are standing by to help you determine. If you qualify for these new programs, they can help reduce your interest lower your payment and even forgive a portion of your student loan debt. 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I want to mention by the way we can colors. Too many moment, but this coming Sunday and the following Sunday, normally and I review Saturday night's main event. We just finished nineteen eighty-six and let me tell you something everybody. If you WANNA watch. Some fricken fun pro wrestling! Go watch the nineteen eighty six episodes of Saturday night's main event. There so great. It's just. As I mentioned on the show Sunday. We talk about boom periods in wrestling. and. What you need for a boom period is you need a transcendent superstar? That's that's like the number. One thing you need a whole Cogan. Digitally back in the seventies. You needed a Bruno. San Martino Sixties and Seventies. You need the rock. You need to Stone Cold Steve Austin. Obviously to a lesser degree, we needed a John. Sina now. We got nobody so that's why we're doing record lows. But, anyway. It's. It's so much more than that, too I mean. For whatever you WANNA say about the attitude era watching it in hindsight. and to me, it doesn't hold up, but. If. You remember that when you watched. The attitude era live. The attitude era was. Basically an extension of the nineteen ninety s early nineties WF sucked. where it was just like. There were there was no hulk Hogan. You add some good wrestlers bread Hart Shawn Michaels. ETC, but I mean it was a down period, and will you watch those shows like the superstar shows are fun to watch now, but I mean back then it's all squash matches. You rarely saw main event. You had to buy the pay per views. You started to get a little more of that on raw, but raw would still largely just squash matches and the business in this country, absolutely totally change with the Monday night wars and one thing is for sure you had some stars, and it was exciting, okay? So. Point of all of this is. You Watch these nineteen eighty six WF Saturday night's main event, and it's so patently obvious why we had a boom period in the eighties Hulk Hogan in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty six. was. The Greatest! He was so awesome his promos were they were like the best Promo promos of his career I. Think because it wasn't just like you know. Say Your prayers. Take your vitamins. You know the patterned Hulk Hogan Promo. It certainly was not the pattern Hogan matches. I remember when I was a kid. You Know People would stumble upon videotape of Cogan and Japan and they were like Oh. My God when Hulk Hogan was in Japan, he was awesome. Seeing this unlike the early nineties, it's like dude forget. Japan Watch Cogan in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty six. There was there was no hookup at the early eighty six. It was just hear these wild crazy matches, and he was just a big hoss beaten on people. It was great, and then we had like. If you WANNA comedy, we had actually actual good comedy. We had stuff like Uncle Elmer's wedding. Eighty six Saturday night's main event is just great. Okay, it's great. Now. Point of all of this is wrong reviewed for two weeks because Sunday. We have got to the in your house and the week after that we've got the W.. E. Backlash pay per view. Both of these are pay per views, and so that means after the show for all the twitch homeys, the subscribers which dot TV slash W. Video. We will be going live. He can watch his. Do the Post. Show myself inventing maybe some special guests. Maybe Mike we'll see about some special guests, okay? But if you want to do some good. The next two Sundays all cheers, every single penny that we make on cheers, he'll be heading towards the seahawks, players, equality, and justice for all Action Fund and Campaign Zero. Believe one week will go for campaign zero. 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Still Think Brian We in our advanced age that we were part of the greatest generation and I know that everybody when they grow up watching wrestling, odds are. That's going to be their favorite rustling of all time, and I'm probably going to fall into that category definitely going to fall into that category to. We got a chance to to have Hulkamania and the boom of the eighty S. we got the attitude era that space in the middleware it. It sucked here in north. America at least in in Canada and in the United States, we had Mexico blowing up. We had Japan Japanese women's wrestling. Maybe at its peak I mean we're just at the anniversary. Now of KUWATA in Masala. You know was was yesterday. I believe not sure what day it is, but. I believe that was that celebration was yesterday, and then we got the attitude era boom. We Got Sina era. We got to see all of these things and I think what makes the that initial hulk mania booms. It's the territories. Were peaking I. Mean in the seventies even though people don't really necessarily think about it, although think immediately dory, junior or Bruno or that just that. Wrestling was huge i. mean rustling regionally was massive TV ratings were through the roof arena attendance was insane, and even though people I think maybe of modern times think of that, and they think sixty minute matches, and it's lowered its this and yeah, it was in comparison to what was happening in the eighties, but all of that stuff manifested itself and what we got when when McMahon went, national, and everything started to explode. Nationwide was all of these. These great regional talents in these huge stack regional lineups, all kind of just kind of rose to the top, and you started seeing everybody get concentrated in the WWF or concentrated working for Crockett and things were just at a fever pitch in. It's heart. Replicate that as time went on, we lost all those territories. We lost the depth. We lost the ability for people to practice their art in the same way they had in the past and. That's just what we lost. That's why I think our time we're at least at that. Time was so good and why the attitude era was good, because if you think about it, Marquel Steve Austin most of the your major players that blew up at that point, they all got their start and cut their teeth. It's not like they all started. Ninety three lot of those people were in eighty, seven, eighty, three, seventy, nine, seventy, seven, whatever it was, they were all had. Had A bunch of time to get together to get that. Good to where the attitude era blew up. So you know times change everything changes. You try to make the best of where you can, but I think that's why that air was so strong. In comparison to some of the we got that also were big, but just don't replicate what happened in the eighties. I think the simplest thing to say here is this and that is that if you started watching? Around nineteen, eighty, four, eighty, five, eighty six. The one thing I can say is. You got to see it all. You got to see territories. You got to see the end of the territories. You've got to see the Monday night wars. You've got to see this horrific invasion you got to see. Like somebody on the Chad mentioned, the rise of you have see. The the rise of new Japan for people in this country I mean if you started in eighty, five, eighty six. You have seen it's all. The good and the bad I might add. Go to Christian. You're on the air. What's up? Guys. What's up twitchell means? Like question is about the impact is regarding the fact that he added a commercial yesterday, I think. And they announced might have some former released to be superstars coming up, my question is what do you think is going to be if it's GonNa matter, thank you. Thank you very much for the call, so here's what happened. Impact announced slam verse Serene. which is going to be coming up? Saturday July eighteenth no location. They have no idea where it's going to be. Are we have no ideas can be? I'm sure they've got multiple plans depending on what they can do. But. The announcement video featured an unidentified person wearing a Hoodie, saying a breaking news from the world of professional wrestling over twenty plus superstars were released from their contracts amidst the ongoing global pandemic. There currently remains unknown. We'll be closely monitoring the situation. We wish them all the best in their future endeavors. By the way, the actual number is so much higher than twenty. You talk about everybody W. It's not even funny. They had footage past impact footage of Eric. Young Luke Gallows Karl Anderson Drake. Maverick Curt Hawkins Mike and Maria E C, three and a Bulgarian flag. Media in with the announcement of the date for slam of her Serie. I don't know who's coming, okay? But I can't tell you this. I can't tell you. There have been people. Who have been released from me. And they've been offered deals to come back. And the the offers for them to return are a fraction. Of what they were making. And what that means is like the idea that some of these wrestlers would choose not to impact because they're waiting for more money to go back to w E. The offers that I've seen. We may be seeing a fair number of people showing up at impact I. Don't know that I just know that on what I've seen. Some renewal offers. Are there. They're definitely people that would definitely go to. In fact, wrestling back in a moment observer lives. Have, you written a book. You can become a published author with Dorrance publishing the nation's oldest publishing services company. Countless authors have trusted dorrance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team. Will editor text design your book pages and create an appealing eye-catching custom cover plus our authors benefit from custom. 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Brian Hey twitch homeys. A ask your question here I gotTa. Ask You a question your. Don't say your name is Scots. Like Anthony could be anybody, but at least we'll know who's Scott's is. because. In, passing a very called any sort of radio show whenever I say stats and I say my actual location, which is media. Every producer goes. What was that? Where is that again? Just for convenience Sir I got it all right. My main question is that annex. Tonight's on tape was taken last week. Where Annex T was at the time doing about like five hundred ninety K., but then they found out that last week they did close to like seven hundred thirty, k.. And they put together tonight. Show thinking well. Our numbers are really really low. What's the problem? But suddenly after last week they got really high numbers and I'm wondering if you think they're panicking in the sense that like we can we really risk taping shows like this on advance? If ratings actually downs back up, and do you feel white? Because of that they might push the try to not do like to tapings at once and might try to go live more often, which would probably be problematic, because believe it or not, we are still in a condemning, and it's probably don't have advised. SCAT I WANNA. Thank you very much for the call. That was a very in-depth question. It has got a very simple answer. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no! It's not a simple answer, but. I think that I think that the reason that they did. This is because it's just what they're doing now for for takeover shows I mean honestly if you ask me why I think it has nothing to do with ratings I think what it has to do with is in the old days. The takeovers were always on the pay per view. Weekends and people knew that at so it was like okay well. We've got a weekend coming up and there's going to be a takeover Saturday. There's going to be a pay per view on Sunday. Right now takeovers on a different day it's on Sundays now. There's no WBZ pay per view. Tie in, so I think it's just something they're doing like hammer into your head, so you don't forget the show. Is this Sunday? They tried it with a the CIAMPA show. The chump Gargano show now. They're trying it with this show and we also. There are things that we don't know okay. We don't know how many people watched the chump Gargano show. It may have been. It may very well have been that. Even though that show died in the ratings in May have done significantly better on the wwe network. They get those numbers, and there's a lot of reasons could have done better, but maybe that's what they figured. Well, we did a great one hour hike video ad man. We had a lot of people that watch the show. Maybe that's what happened right there, but. there. For various reasons. In a big time cutting mode. I, I mean it's ridiculous. But I just don't see them going to the expense of going live. Because they're worried about being beaten by AWS Wednesdays. They've been beaten by. W on Wednesdays I think. Every single week except for like three four five times, and there's still just kind of doing what they're doing so. Yeah, it's just it is. It is as they say Scott's what it is. I have nothing that that all right well. Let's go to some of these messages here. Fell here's says I, got into wrestling in nineteen, eighty-three, coming across a rick flair Promo flipping through channels. Saturday nights main event was the best. E. Thing in the eighties at it was followed by pro wrestling this week. Wow! I disagree slightly with that man about number one but Peres. This week was really cool for those people who never had a chance to see Joe pet. Esino recently passed away was the I don't know if he was the program director Ey channel thirty six in Atlanta but he that's where he was able to get a block of wrestling on there like eight hours where they would show an hour of wrestling from continental from Memphis wwf, the syndicated nwea shows all that sort of stuff. And then he would take all of those shows. Put it in package form like a magazine show like entertainment tonight A. Sports Center for pro wrestling he and Gordon solely in what it is syndicate that out to places nationwide, so for a lot of people who were in a territory in just were not in a major market that people were fighting over for a lot of people that was the only way or maybe the first way that they had a chance to see professional wrestling nationwide, so an idea way ahead of its time. And was successful. I think at least for for short term. Spurs as truth to the rumor that Drake Maverick has been reassigned. That rumor came from this show actually and I didn't flat out. I didn't flat out. Say that he was resigned because I let me make is abundantly clear. I don't know. Okay. But. I have reason to believe. That, he probably has been resigned, I'll just put it that way I wrong. He could show up at slammer bursary for all I know, but for various reasons, and it's not just what they're doing with him on television, but for various reasons. I think that he has been reassigned, so we'll wait and see. I mean if he wins the title tonight I. Mean Obviously it's been resign if he loses tonight. I still think he's been resigned. Oh, man, but will they need to do? They need to do the the deal where he loses, but it's like forest. Stand Stephan Bonner. Dana comes out, and then we need we need Father Paul to make an appearance back again. Exceed Uncle Paul to come back, and lay his hands upon a crying drake maverick, and he can be rehired again that way I could see them doing something like extra dramatic like that. The only thing I can't see them. Do is his good friend. E three I can't see them bringing him back out and saying. Hey, you can be rehired to I. Think it's just going to be drake. Righty, what do you think? A same question about impact I mean. Let's put it this way. Let's put it this way, okay? W is not going to hire back everybody that they released. For sure okay, they're just not. Impacts. Has To bring back. At least a few of the WWe wrestlers that had been fired they they have to i. mean otherwise completely out of their minds. Why in the world if you have no intention of bringing any of those people in you do a big slam bursary commercial where you tease a whole bunch of of former. Debbie superstars how cheap I mean, it would be insane. And this is not the old TNA by the way. This is the new impact, so I don't i. don't see them doing something crazy now the other thing is. Just because they advertise people for Slam for Serie, it doesn't mean they have to be signed to full-time deals. I mean they could bring back ten people on a per an ideal, and if those ten people are thinking moderate, no chance I'm going back to me anytime soon like I'll do this deal. Maybe all impress them. They'll sign me to a full-time deal. I mean I would I would say with ninety nine percent certainty that you will see some of the names that they mentioned on that. Show they all of them, except obviously Drake Mavericks resigned. He's not going to go there, but. There you go why Julie Jeff Cobb was a one ninety eight W. you know a lot of people want you know I realize that I don't know what they believe. Jeff Cobb was doing, but Dave talked about and being a new band guy, but yeah, I mean they were. That was a one off deal and. Look. The only people might Bennett. Maria can make some sense. They seem comfortable there I don't know what that would cost them or anything like that e c three seems like a no brainer to actually go back there. I'm sure everybody would like to have rousseff so yeah I. Mean One ideals that Look I. Don't know if Dash Dawson or you know the FDR now cashing. If the pandemic would not have happened, I have absolutely seen them. Showing up and ring of honor for one night I could've seen them showing up. In the NBA for the Crockett Cup for one night. I could have seen that stuff happened. So if it happens with other people that are leaving wwe, even if they are scheduled to go somewhere I can see people now in this environment in this era, taking advantage of their time and going. Hey I'll commit to signing with you. We'll put that on paper. As far as we are going to commit to you down the line, but we want the opportunity to you know pro Russell and go to places and have some fun again. I near says is cross. Chop? Takeover was not mentioned on raw. If there's a change we'll find out about it tonight, but as of last week it was going to be on the takeover show. Spurs in here. By can find these these text messages. Got! A very complex system here. Everybody that's actually designed to make things easier, believe it or not. I started watching wrestling in one thousand, nine hundred sixty person says I match. I, remember was Hulk Hogan and Paul Orndorff. Versus the Moon Docks soon after that orndorff double crossed Hogan. My eleven year old self was in shook. Think, he means in shock, but I think that it's eleven. Year old self was shook. I never saw anything like that. In any of the sports that I had seen I remember begging my mom to let me stay up and let me watch their match on Saturday night's main event. Well I'M GONNA. Say One thing I mike good the next. Saturday night's main event that we review. which is not this Sunday or the following Sunday, but the Sunday after. That is the nineteen eighty-seven Hulk Hogan. Paul orndorff. Steel Cage match on Saturday night's main event so I recommend this person, re watch it and listen along with Vinnie and I. I can't remember what the number was, but the shoot sixty thousand people that they put an exhibition stadium in Toronto like I I don't know if the kids know how big of a draw Mr wonderful was against hulk, Hogan and that turn, but bigger than Roddy Piper wrestlemainia bigger than almost anything that went on Paul. ORNDORFF and Hulk Hogan's feud was probably the biggest breakthrough for the WWF other than. Obviously, you know the status that they got just as the WWF. That was Hogan's first big break out money feud I think. Wow I. Follow up on this this person Senate Texas. Say I just heard the Florida. Governor is allowing fifty percent capacity at sporting events. Thoughts on that. Well. Give you my thoughts after I read. Or see whatever he said. I will I will withhold judgment for now. I'll give my thoughts. I'm not surprised. Better that the break. We had a lot of time for Break Mike, do we? Can we say the whole quota's? You said you watch is. Look how you started this show. 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Monday night raw, they've announced edge and Christian. Reuniting for a segment on Roscoe home show for backlash, Christian is going to be using a special edition of the peep show on raw next Monday. Chretien said no one knows better than him. He's going to see. Where edges head is at heading into backlash hopefully on his shoulders. Hopefully afterwards as well edges facing randy backlash. Me Promoting that it could be the greatest wrestling match you ever. Say for almost from edge and Christian on Rod, Cetera et CETERA. You know it's interesting about this is it seems patently obvious where they're going. And that is that radio and shows up, and he gives edges longtime friend Christian the Arcadio. Problem is Christian retired due to multiple concussions. So. I mean they could play that up if he gets clear to take like one bump, and if I had to take one bump in my lifetime, I'd probably ask for it to be from radio. Earn 'cause I know you get to kill me. 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The unexpected the unexpected. Unexpected. Now here's your host. Why talks? Graham. Science fiction adventure with an episode of X. Minus one going back sixty five years to May, twenty, ninth, nine, nine, hundred, fifty, five, and the man in the mood. And yes, there really is one. and. We thank you for joining us on this Tgi Friday twenty nine day of May. The One Hundred Fiftieth Day of the year two hundred sixteen days remaining until we get to twenty twenty one. Do. You remember the first people to reach the top of Mount Everest? We'll tell you about that in just a few minutes as we run on down, some other things took place on this date in history. Patrick Henry bitterly denounced the stamp act on this date in seventeen, sixty five in the Virginia House of Burgess Rhode Island became the thirteenth state in the union on this date in seventeen, ninety, the last of the original colonies to ratify. Ratify the Constitution Wisconsin Happy Birthday. You became the thirtieth state in the union on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, eight in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventeen John Kennedy born in Brookline, Massachusetts. He would become a war hero and president construction of the Hoover Dam completed on this date in one, thousand, nine, thirty, five in nineteen, forty, two, bing crosby recorded his version of white Christmas, it would go on to sell over thirty million copies. In Ninety Boris Yeltsin elected president of the Russian republic by the parliament space shuttle Discovery completed the first docking with the International Space, station in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety nine. The. Supreme Court ruled that Disabled Golfer Casey. Martin could use a cart to ride in tournaments and it was the national world. War One memorial dedicated on this date in two thousand four in Washington DC France one of the founders of a united Europe resoundingly rejected the European constitution, throwing the idea of a European Union into question and leaving the continent in the state of Maine. And uncertainty. I think what's important now is to have a time for reflection. With the Dutch referendum and a couple of days time. The European Council. In the middle. Where all the the leaders can discuss, the implications of. Votes that have taken place. But I think that. Underneath all this. There is. A more profound question. which is about the future of Europe, and in particular the future of the European economy, and how it deals with the the modern pressures of globalization and technological change, and how we ensure that the European economy. Is Strong and his prosperous in the face of those challenges now underlying all these debates about the constitution is I think that central economic challenge British Prime Minister, Tony Blair on this date back in two thousand five. Among those who left to some this date in history include actor John Barrymore. English actress dame may Whitty Fanny Brice passing away on this date, Man Mountain Dean Professional Wrestler Mary Pickford. Well known actress George Cinnamon what a radio announcer! Barry Goldwater former presidential candidate. Watergate Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox no relation Harvey Korman Dennis Hopper Betsy Palmer. All passing away on this date in history by the way I neglected to you know we talked about who reached the top of Mount Everest. The New Zealander Sir Edmund Hillary and his mountaineer Sangita norgay. They reached the summit on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three for his accomplishment in scaling the twenty, nine thousand and twenty eight foot peak. Hillary Knighted by the Queen of England on June sixteenth of nineteen fifty three. Now among those born on this date in History Patrick, Henry Max Brand Bob hope the fourth of July. I used to refer to as independence day before I got married. When I was a kid? We always had fireworks on July. The fourth used to tie at twenty pound firecracker into a box of dynamite and then Robert down a well. Don't live. That's how the Grand Canyon and get started. On July fourth. The kids tied my brother. Do a six foot skyrocket and set it off. That's how he got to California twenty years before I did. Bob Hope born on this date in history would live to a hundred. It was on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, seven. Luke and Laura from General Hospitals Anthony Geary born. He is seventy three today. 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Attention is coated report nationwide missing since nine o'clock this morning, the following persons smugly Jonathan by eight inches, tall, brown hair Brown eyes. Scar behind right ear, last seen wearing blue, top coat and CAP. Wandered by loss and. Hello get off. This wavelength is a restricted band hello hello. Whoever, you want your on a wavelength. Tune out this frequency resentful. The Federal Bureau of Missing Person. Hello. Skies Looney. Is Charlie, the code room some crackpot on frequency. Source. Some Ham is in for a good stiff fined by the FCC. Watch this. Going on down there how to get that out of my kilocycles, listen. From two hundred forty thousand miles away on, Jake there ain't no such thing as two hundred and forty thousand miles away just. Wait a minute. was coming from the US nuts. Radar signal radar on this frequency. Where'd you study basic radio? I'm leaving somebody. Sweat Charlie certain to be broadcast. On the sober citizen rights. For Wednesday broadcast with the smell of alcohol on my breath right right in all your twelve years here at the bureau I once heard Charlie. Picking up a message on our wavelength. Did you report to the FCC? I ain't got the nerve. What's wrong? You'll scream when you hear this potemkin. You'll jump right out the window, but. We are getting an SOS from the moon. started on voices which demars. Signal repeats sounds like phonograph or automatic center of Samsung. Let's say. Let's see. Can you read me help? Auderburn will contact when mooners and faith. Let's have that again. Can you read me help? Auderburn will contact the moon phase solder burn. And sounds like a name honor burn hotter. Wait a minute. Something registered creditors burn only. Where are you GonNa? Wait a minute. What are you going to tell them? We just gotTa seek you from the man in the moon. That's exactly what I am going to tell todd. This that's too much for me. Washington stolid. Let me. Have O'Brien on city does con. I'LL BRIAN FAMOUS CHARLIE. starbuck down at the missing persons bureau. You want a hot one. No kidding will cost you a beer, okay? No. I'll stand your wavelength for thirty okay? We just got a radio message from the moon. Off From the Moon I'll be back on yourself. Okay same as if you don't know a starring. When you see one, I'll send you the name of good psychiatrist. So long arson wells. Do you like that? You don't believe me. Auburn Mr Wait. Does that ring a bell? A photographic memory what about Cornelius auderburn atomic physicist reported missing from his home in Baltimore on June Fifth Nineteen, forty-five, just five years ago, vanished completely. Are you trying to tell me you really think there's something to this man on the moon business I am surprised at you. This is some crackpot trying to jam. The name Auderburn is so unusual or a lot of name loop. Theory. That was afraid had. Enemy will always have a theory. Let's see. What was it last year? Oh yes, that people disappear occupational sites. Busy man expect me to believe that this out of sitting up on the moon, sending out short-wave messages he might be on Earth, bouncing the messages off the moon, but who's to say, he isn't on the. Chief of this bureau? I have my hands full. Trying to coordinate reports from forty eight states in Alaska have no time to include them over. Mr Wait out. Henry Mr Wade out. I'm busy, guess O'hare. Take this folder of reports the dead file, yes, and no more nonsense hungry. Yes, I appreciate that you'll have very dull filing all missing persons reports, and I appreciate you take an active interest in the fairs of the bureau, but no more nonsense. No. Pardon me, you are Mr Henry Timken. That's my name. Admit They Jefferson. Filo, scientific feature writer I'm. How do you do? A, are you not exactly? I ride as a hobby occasionally, the papers give me leads on an assignment by moment of your time. Certainly just sit on my desk over here. Thank you. My, that's stack of papers filing. And the Records Custodian of the Bureau twelve years and never misplaced to record magnificent. I admire that precise mind missed. Stinky of course. Now dickin-. Mr Brian The the Star Ledger that might find investigator rumor on the room I do that a message from the. Moon well. We aren't certain from the moon. It may be a bounce. They have bounced radar waves off the moon. Yes, I know I wrote the first newspaper article on it. I'd be interested to read it. I must have a copy of my. Don't bother Hypo, but I insist. Oh, yes? I live on your. Thank you very much. About this message from the movements. It's GonNa now. We don't know for sure as I said, but I believe that this message wherever it originates is from Cornelius Auderburn. I once wrote an article on his contribution to nuclear mechanics. Brin out of years ahead of his contemporaries. Well, whoever is sending those signals if he isn't on, the moon is at least using the moon as a sounding sounding-board bouncing the signal Mr Timken. And if you will come here tomorrow night at eight Mr Filo, we may learn the answer to that question. I arranged with Charlie radio. Man to the is the equipment. May I consider this? An invitation certainly may very well set. The Maronite then. Goodbye was defiled. See now aching. Ambulance Abramson on Oh. That's funny. Where did this list of names come from Paul Karen? Astro Mathematician Robert Simon's electronic engineer. Carl Parker mining specialist. Well this must have gotten mixed up with the papers on my desk by accident. Kilian. Charlie. and how? Does the chief steamed up about it? He really gave me what. The papers say all mostly Here's a herald listen. Man on the moon. Contacts Missing Persons Bureau Missing Atomic. Scientists on the moon say bureau experts Etcetera Etcetera Water Pani Wonder Mr, weight is hopping. Say about tonight was in Hawaii promised. You'd give me a key to the radio room. Yeah, but I didn't expect. I, don't think full responsibility with Mr Wait time for the morning broadcast. We got quite list today. Well might've listened to while we may hear Auderburn self-conscious. Just stick around. Attention attention. This is the federal missing persons. Bureau calling all local agencies nationwide. This is a coded broadcast. The following persons are missing errands Dr Paul Five. Feet five brown hair Brown. Eyes Scar on left side of Chin thick glasses. Occupation Astro mathematician, missing missing six o'clock this morning, being sought by Bel Air Police Charlie repeat Dr Paul. A delay one minute listen Mr Timken. It's okay to stay, but you can interrupt. This is important. Did? You say Dr Errands was reported missing this morning six am. We got the report from Bel Air less than an hour ago that? Are you certain Charlie positive? What is this journey? What's the next name on the list Simon's Robert Engineer what in less than twenty minutes ago. What's the matter with you? You look like you've seen a ghost. Nothing Charlie accepted last night quite by accident. Someone left the list of names on my desk, and that list included the names of those two men who were reported missing within the last hour. Right to me. Charlie. Question to be answered. Would make up a list of missing persons before they were missing, not after only. And you say this list of names was left on your desk. Accidentally I believe so Mr Wade. To say Mr lift some papers from his briefcase Mr, Filo a a science feature writer see. You were the leak on that story. Then yes sir I'm afraid. I was I didn't think it would be treated as a laughing matter. We'll deal with that later. This file like. He's. He's a strange old duck bomb glasses tall. Walk, stooped over. seems to know a great deal about scientific data, but of course being science writer he is there any other possibility? I believe that this is all hooked up with the broadcast from auderburn that seems to be a very remote possibility. Missing Persons Bureau deals in remote possibilities. I do not require a statement of policy. What's the, theory? For some time now it has been my contention that in a country like ours, where even the cleverest criminal can be ferreted out located eventually, there is no such thing as a missing person. For twelve years now I have kept the central files where information from all over the country is channel recorded. I have made a private study. This is beginning to sound familiar. I have discovered that each year literally, thousands of persons vanish leaving no trace. Are, never, locate. Where do they go? Nobody knows and and they disappear an interesting cycles. What sort of cycles occupations for example? One year we'll have a run on. We'll say coal miners next year. The proportion of engineers increases then scientists. And what do you think happens on me? I don't know Mr Wade, but I'm beginning to suspect that somebody else has discovered the same phenomenon even to the point, perhaps of being able to predict who will turn up among the missing next Filo well. I don't know. But I would like to find out and you think Auburn maybe part of this picture Mr Wade I definitely do Henry. Do you want to see? Expect me to buy an ideal I? It's more than I than idea. The top man on this list are missing, and maybe so, but the rest of Mart Haka Watson Gibbs. Why so Parker and the restaurant where I had lunch today? There's. Going to make myself a laughingstock by accepting such crack brain. Well, I student Yes. Low Weight speaking. and. Say. What name. Henry? Let me see that list wants to. I'll get back to. 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And you're listening to Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station and episode of X. Minus One the man in the moon as it was originally broadcast. On May twenty ninth in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, five in the newspapers of that Sunday sixty five years ago, these were some of the headlines. Marshal, Tito of Yugoslavia reported to have spurned a Russian bid to link Yugoslavia with the Soviets Eastern European satellite block the report from informed sources appeared to be confirmed by the gloom of the higher level, Soviet delegation at the wind up a formal talks between leaders of the two estranged Communist states. The Cio United Auto, workers. Union today set back by twenty four hours a possible strike of one hundred forty thousand Ford Motor Company employees next week. The Union made its move after Henry. Ford, the second suggested that union leaders reconsider their flat rejection of the company's far reaching stock purchase oppor last Thursday the strike deadline came when the Union's National Ford. Council unanimously asked the UAW International Executive Board to authorize a strike as Thursday June second. The hour of the day was not specified. A nationwide railway strike started at midnight Saturday. In England earlier today, the throne Britain into confusion at the outset of Prime Minister Edens new administration, even himself made a media plans to speak to the nation on the crisis from his country home at noon as seventy thousand rail, engineers and firemen walked off their jobs on the nationalized lines. The workman demanded more money to boost their differential over less skilled railroad, first strike toppled atop the dark walkout, and already had crippled for the major parts of the country for a week. This strike affected one hundred ninety six ships. Government officials awaited new production estimates under revised standards for the Salk Polio Vaccine Today for planning a resumption of nationwide inoculations. The time will vary in the plants of the six makers and several weeks may elapse before dependable estimates are available. They did hold out hope. However, ample new supplies would be available to complete treatment, first and second grade children before midsummer. Several thousand stone-throwing Communist demonstrators tried to break up a wear mark veterans rally in Berlin, but were driven back into the Soviet sector of Berlin by police, scores of policemen and demonstrators were injured. The club wielding police were met with a hail of stones from demonstrators who barricaded themselves behind war ruined buildings. The police retaliated by bringing to powerful firehoses into play. They were reinforced by residents of the riot area. Who'd dumped buckets of water on the Communist? Senate Democratic leader, Lyndon, Johnson, called on President Eisenhower. Take a personal look at the defense program to be sure we are doing enough fast enough. Johnson said whatever course Russia follows in the near future will affect the US defense program and that he is asking. The Defense Department whether that program has enough flexibility to permit necessary adjust. Before. Surviving quintuplets turned twenty one with no apparent matrimonial plans and interest in the one million dollar fortune that now is there's the sister celebrated their coming of age in a surprise reunion with their family on the farm where they were born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, four, originally, there had been no twenty first birthday plans, and that's Yvonne. And Cecile had planned to stay at their schools in Montreal Marie had expected. Keep right on helping her mother tend to the eighteen room house where she has lived quietly since immediately, the fifth to put died last August during an epileptic seizure. But evonne Sicily quietly slipped out of the hospital. They are nursing students and that dropped her music studies. Friday night, they drove here with their brother nineteen and surprise the rest of the family. And those are some of the top news. Stories is reported in the newspapers of Sunday, may twenty ninth, nineteen, fifty five on your radio, x minus one which continues now on classic. Radio Theatre. GAZILLION apology. Sir. Parking was just reported missing. Their man in your list, holy macro exactly. Entry. Good many years now I've ridicule these theories of yours. I don't know. I have underestimated you. Maybe this time you really stumbled onto something you intend to do is to wait. I don't know. I haven't thought it out yet. I was planning to listen for another broadcast tonight in the hope that auderburn might try to contact us again. Good idea I believe I'll join I also invited Mr Final, featuring. Glad to meet him. And beginning to get interested in Mr Filo. Tweet you don't let his mixed up this I. Don't know Henry. Suddenly strikes May that we don't have very much about him really. He ought to contact the police. Think we're better off keeping this between ourselves the moment with eating with the unknown and solving equation for the x factor, it's often easy to limit the number of terms. You follow me I. Don't know Mr Wait I. Maybe more danger and what you have discovered and you're aware of. Let's give it glad. You agree. You're right. Mr Wait I haven't thought of the angel. Clock. Mr Filo was later. He said he'd be here. He strikes me as a man keeps appointments. Look out the window. Yes, one is almost indirect phase. Much longer. Perfectly clear night for transmission. If anybody's sending, we ought to pick it up this equipment. You'd better switch on the set. I never realized how serious office when it was empty. comes. Just some fun stuff I think. British. Growing We continue in. That sounds like something. If I can work with selective mutism phase. And you. Tried to return. Hello. Hello you hear me off. Now. Who Are you? Can you hear me? Who Are you? This is professor Manila's. Gone I. Hear You I'm on to me. They've located sending point you're. Going to keep looking. Only enough oxygen for a few minutes more. Are You I'm on the earned side of moon? You'll get that. The word side of the Moon. adding. Start that recording missed away. Go on, explain these explain please mostly. There is an earth. Colony on the moon. There is an earth colony on the. Side of the Moon. Made up a renegade scientist criminals. Professor earns. Insane out of the nineteen thirty eight. I. Discovered nuclear rocket power at nine, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand five. And his plans over two escaped inmates of the asylum. took off and set up a colony on our side of the moon in nineteen thirty Google ahead. We're recording you cheer. They recruited new. Call us. Mostly. I was. Kidnapped in, nineteen forty five cash. Wanted me to work on Dr, vying yes. On. Last month. Others an ICE, skate to speak louder? got. Off The top who bone colony! Take over the Earth invasion. On. Oxygen. Agents. Owners we're who hello. Hello, hello. Someone at the winner gets down. Are you all right? I think so. Shot smashed the transmitter and the lights. Close I got I look at him. From the description was your Mr, final. We got recording anyway, but not the most important part of the message. Four hundred suffocating to death. We've got to get out of here. He said they have agents. File was probably one of them. He'd be looking for you and are trying to kill you. The police you think the police would believe a fantastic story like this. People being kidnapped to the Mona Slave Labor moon colony planning invasion of the Earth but Henry believe me. They traps straitjackets before we could finish we do we need time time to get? Don't think my theory was one thing I know it wasn't Henry. Right now my only concern is for your safety and we can't walk out of here follows probably wait. As elevator that leads to the basement garage. We can get down there. There are some delivery trucks there all night. We can probably get one started garage doors off the ramp. Work from the inside will stop the mechanism and make a run for I. Don't know I. Think if we call the pool by the time the police get here. We'll be dead. Think final. Wait outside all night. Come on. That's an order. Okay, but. What about the recording of Auburn's notes relief that here in the safe in my office, they'll never get into that. Let's go you bust the elevator well. I hide the recording. 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The Ruth Shea murder case that'll be on Saturday here on Classic Radio Theater if you don't get our program on Saturday you can always find our shows by going to classic radio, Dot Stream and we'll tell you more places to find our shows if you miss it or if your station doesn't carry us on Saturday and coming up, we'll have the conclusion of As I said x minus one in just a moment, it ran at eight o'clock on NBC The hour before an episode of biography in sound and on many of these stations you will hear biography that addition of biography in sound portrait of Fred Allen. The life story of the famous radio humorist. Hope! You'll be listening. Now the conclusion of x minus one the man in the Moon from sixty five years ago. May Twenty Ninth Nineteen Fifty Five. This is the basement on. The side. Try that. Delivery truck over there. I get in. All Right, Henry. You start the mechanism to open the garage door. Then jumped onto the truck. We'll make a dashboard. 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I'm Mike Clifford. In New England the episcopal bishops. There are unanimously calling out Donald Trump's appearance in front of Saint John's Episcopal Church in DC on Monday. They're calling quote, disgraceful and morally repugnant. Unprecented move they released a statement on Tuesday, also condemning law enforcement use of force and tear gas to clear a path for the president through peaceful demonstrators. Trump's display, the Bible in front of the Church without quoting scripture also disturbed them bishop. Rob Hirschfeld of the New Hampshire Episcopal Church, who drafted the statement says he feels like the church was trespassed. The blatant use of religious symbols, merely to exploit the backdrop, and the symbols of our face, Bible a religious setting in order to say. I have a church behind me, and he certainly does not have the episcopal church behind him in this personal stresses, Episcopal. Church has congregations from all political backgrounds. He describes church leaders in New England around the country as united in. In objecting to the presidential photo opportunity at Saint John's New England bishops right that the real injustice is the continued oppression of in violence against people of Color in the US, should Thomas Brown the Main Episcopal Church echoes the need for healing, so we who are white. We have the privilege we need to be receiving, and we need to be bringing people together. I'm Laura Rossborough Telam reporting for public news service. The Episcopal Bishop of Hampshire Connecticut Maine Massachusetts Rhode Island and Vermont. All signed the letter. Minnesota officials have launched a civil rights investigation into the entire Minneapolis Police Department. Following the killing of George Floyd are Mike Mohan reports it coincides with calls for reform, but watchdogs elsewhere say chains you police culture is very difficult. 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Hollywood the George Burns Gracie Allen show now. Here's your host why it cops. An outstanding performer remembered. This episode of the biography and sound program, a portrait of Fred, Allen was originally broadcast on May, twenty, ninth, nineteen, fifty, six in a moment the national, broadcasting, company pays tribute to the Great American humorous than with the late Fred Allen. This program is presented in observance of the sixty second anniversary of his birth. This Thursday may thirty first with narrator. Jack Haley appearing on the broadcast. We'll be some friends from all walks of life. Just a few are knocked well Jack, Benny Kenny del Mar a little bank, ed Herman Walk, and Uncle Jim Harkins. Also we'll relive some of the most exciting moments of Fred's programs, but of course his. Allen's alley. State now for a portrait of Rhode Island on NBC. Town. Man, National Broadcasting Company presents transcribed a portrait of Fred Alum. Alan? Born in Boston than at my birth, strange thing happened. The doctor slapped me after I started crying. My I brush. My parents immediately started me in show business by taking an ad in variety. Announcing my arrival Fred Allen has diaper will travel. I traveled to the three corners of the earth. Then they have been many changes. I'm not referring to the Diet. Ladies and gentlemen our Narrator Jack Haley. No part of the thumbnail autobiography. You just showed his true. Actually John. Was Born in Cambridge. His father was a bookbinder and the Boston Public Library and air to Fred found work as a stack boy while still attending public school in Cambridge. The pay wasn't anything to Brag about twenty five cents an hour. Most important is the fact that one day and the stacks. Fred found a book on Juggling. Fred began to practice juggling with cigar boxes, rubber, balls and oranges. was appearing on ammonites and the local Vaudeville. Houses! Many drone than a professional vaudevillian recalls Fred as a youngster. Pimple faced kid. Very thin. was looked undernourished. Rosie. FATHERLESS and motherless a couple of. Maiden answering as them while still in his teens, Fred appeared as an amateur juggler, reverie could find a stage to work on in an audience to play to whenever he could read return to Boston University to study most of the time he was on the road. He was not a good juggler. And once when someone in the audience heckled him about it, he replied with spontaneously funny remarked. That was far more entertaining than a juggling. As time passed. The juggling became million excuse for his coming on stage. What kept him there? And what kept the audience with him was his dry wit, he pat I had a room. It was so small it had removable doorknobs. If you wanted to band over in your room, you can take off the doorknob just in case. Mrs Brown's when you cook a bag. You had to keep singing. There was no lock on the bathroom. Bill is the world's worst Jougla. Fred played and bottle houses all over the country. The life of odd venue is never an easy one for Fred. Hard for very special reason, Uncle Jim, Hawkins Fred was cancelled. Not because he didn't. But, because he wasn't understood, the manager would call up and say I hate the cancel this kid. I laughed like the Dickens, the musicians laugh the stagehands lap, but our audience did know what he was doing. Is He as I say in those days we'd say to. Say don't say look. Why don't you try this? You know you hate to see a kid canceled so many times. Say. Why don't you take some all gags edition off a plate? Know and let the audience in on some of it, so they can get. He Says No. There must be some intelligent people in this world and I'm going to huge that line until I find them. Now these days days when it took a lot of courage to do that, because don't forget. They were hungry days. They were short dollar days. Fred was born John John Sullivan. Known variously as Paul huckle Fred Saint James and Freddie James how he became known as Fred Allen told by Bennie. Drone He was. A booking office. Fellow by the name of Edgar Allan used the book Fox circling around New York. And he was looking for work and the guy says what do you do he? Says go right down. The Fourteenth Street theatre the Fox theater down there. And get your step down there and you'll be able to go on for the rest of the day and. It's a split week. You'll get the three days pay. So laugh free left a man at the centre called up and said what's his name is sending down because we'd like to put his name out. With the rest of the Vaudeville bill in front of the theater. And this. Abdirahman, said his name as a guerilla. Fowler on the. That he said Fred. Allen so out one Fred Allen and from then on, he was known as Fred Allen Fred made his Broadway ball in the passing show of Nineteen, twenty, two later and Greenwich village follies, three's a crowd and the little show. Appearing with him and the Little Show Libby Holman and Clifton Webb. The first time I ever met fed was on the stage the music boxer. We were called there for. The reading of the various sketches. And from the moment I met him. I realized that this was a very generous. Sympathetic. Wonderful Man. We pay the show for Year in New York. And Fair became. A great great success. Perhaps one reason for friends successes. He was always dedicated to his work. He was an actor of the old school. You know a comedian with a fine into like George Jetson. Talents of stood up in the days of Raymond Hitchcock Nat Goodwin Willie Kellyanne talent on stage and the lecture halls. He would have Abeille held his own with any. Will Rogers penalty done and all the? Other giants of more literate age. I think of him now. I think that Fred would have been more appreciated in the days of swirling capes. Lobos another longtime friend Admira. Fred's is John Royle while many actors were playing. The houses are the nightclub. Fred would be. Playing the typewriter, one finger, either writing for himself or writing for some other artists not so well off. Who needed some material? It never became competitive with people. Fred never kicked about billing. He never kicked about dressing rooms. All he wanted was a space in one where he could go out and work. Fred Nevo was vicious. Found happiness in this work on the stage. He found an even greater happiness in a person met their. Fredensborg or married on May Fourth Nineteen, twenty seven. It was an extraordinarily happy marriage and this wonderful woman. She was a great inspiration to fred everything he did uncle. Jim Hawkins because he respected her so much when he would write hour after hour anytime in the mornings he was with them always all night when it be writing, and she would set the time for him to take the walks when she'd say that's enough. Let's take a walk. He would drop everything. There was never any such thing as a squabble in that family, and there's no one ever has married as they were because they were. Were always together everywhere. No matter where they went, he went nowhere without her the same with Portland, she never went anywhere without him, and if they walk down the street and holding hands, you know it wasn't any silly holding hands. It was a beautiful bond between two people that the average person today with a crazy way of living doesn't understand in the spring of nineteen thirty two after a two year run the little show Fred closed on Broadway on October twenty third of that year he appeared in his first radio show. This is Roger Wide at Allen's producer and they. He's of the path club. Ask. Detrimental makers present another in that series. The backlog reviews dollars up. Thank you. Good evening, Ladies and gentlemen. The Prom boy all the all Japan. Tonight bad telegram selects the double I. Read It on the way up to meet the Mola travel. You can pay and on the way back. Now honorable. Emphasis, a seven ways to critics, everybody. Who was this Brad? Allen? That's but mainly started him all the. Radio critics just WANNA know who fed our was from there on. He really started to rise. He had nothing else on the world on his mind. show-business doc rockwell ended her it up with a lot of photography or new at yourself. Stop running like that. He just concentrated on this one thing. I, recall you read day thirteen to forty newspapers every day. That was bottom. Bottom when it concentrated on that one thing, and as a result, his mind was absolutely clear is programs recalled at various times salad. Bowl review the Saleh, paddock review the hour of smiles, which in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four became the popular townhall tonight Sylvester Weaver now jamming on the board of NBC was at that time agency producer of town hall tonight. Mr Wheeler. Bread was doing a very. Literate High Class Program even though it was broadly conceived in many ways and had a tremendous audience which a lot of. Critics tickly intellectual critics now forget forget that the Fred Allen show. The townhall night show in those days in the middle. Thirties reached. According to our research at the time about three homes out of four three ready homes out of four followed the Fred Allen show this as big an audience as anybody could get toward the end of each town hall tonight show, Fred would feature some amateurs. It didn't matter much what that talent was. What made one with Fred's ad-lib of these people. It was one of these amateurs was the cause or one of the classic feuds of show business? Read had a boy violinist on the show. It was ten years old. And he played the be. When he got through, but the number he said. He asked his boys. And how old are you in? The boy says ten ten years old new played the be so well. He said Jack Benny Oughtta. Be Ashamed of himself. And that's all he said, and he probably said that knowing that I was listening to a show just to make me laugh. So on the next show on my show. At the very tag of the show, the thing we call the tag is said to marry, and this was merely to make Fred Lab. Is Mary. Take this. I'm going to dictate a message to Fred Allen. I want you to male deer for adding when I was ten years old I could play the be two. Well the next week. Fred had some stooges on who were supposed to have known me more. Keegan Illinois to prove that I couldn't play the be when I was ten years old. The following week on my show, I brought people from Morgan. Who? Said I could play the be when I was ten years old, and before we knew it, we were into the darndest feud I've ever seen, which was very funny, and the strange part of it is I can safely say from six to eight months with this viewed before we even call each other on the phone about it. Don't get excited. Look if you're a cheap your cheap. That's the way I look at it. Some people say. The Hobby. My Hobby is not spending. Big Laughs on your program. Probably, the most satisfying events and the whole one of. The, he's told Benny's bridges. Vitamin, an expert operating the Hoffman pressing machine will praise God. Aren't. Giving Up. Where am I paying for fifteen years? I've been waiting to catch you and you haven't seen the end of me. It won't be long. May Twenty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, six, NBC's biography and sound portrait of Fred Allah. You're listening to Classic Radio Theatre. Maybe you can relate to this. A lot of people think they're stuck with their health plan. It costs too much, or for whatever reason they just don't like it, but great news stuck with. There is a choice it's called Neta share and you could save so much. The typical savings for family is five hundred bucks a month major difference maker. 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Fred actually was not A comedian who used blue material? But the sensors were terribly cautious. Shall we say and? We frequently. Read into the lines something that was. Was Not there. Practically every big-name style was at one time a guest on Fred Show! and. It was an unknown guest who brought along in Eagle. Spock for one of Fred's really unforgettable broadcast John Crosby recalls. The night. The Eagles lose something fed never quite got over. The Eagle got loose and committed indiscretion. Right on. Roars of laughter whether there's really anything radio, audience or not I don't know, but they kept getting about it for weeks and weeks later well very large studio, and the was bald headed as the American national bird is. But he became excited and then flying from. The stage to the rear balcony, his feathers flew needless to say there have been no more eagles studio. I. I. Think as long. They're Evans I want to congratulate you. You're the first one to get a rise out of the EGO. And I think as long as the Eagle is a bird of prey that we have just a better discontinued the question praying. We have a loose eagle in the. Rockefeller is hardly building a lot of ad-lib exits here. So much time has been taken up with captain night around there with a pound of hamburger. Tonight, back there with a minute day a little while ago, but it was few well don on the Eagles Senate back now just arrived with the proper steak and I can assure you said the captain's night has the Eagle Vice versa. show-business made Fred Allen a rich man remained throughout his life, a man of simple tastes and modest habit. Today Fred us to stop at a newsstand at the corner of fifty seven to seven seventh avenue and visit with Newsboy Stanley trip Linski. They did so much for so many people that so few new really about. If. You looked at. His face looks so that when? unsmiling times, but yet the man had a heart. So much larger than the average person. I'll be the greatest pleasures. Financial Independence brought him. That enabled him to help other people write a more green, recalled and amusing count of red generosity. Fred for many years of course was the easiest touch on Broadway or anywhere else if a man wants played with him in a bill into peak enhances. He then suddenly considered Fred forty years later to be his uncle and wrote him a letter, saying I need money and Fred of course, invariably with send it, and so there are many panhandlers around town actual Hannon's Griffin who would attach themselves to Fred and meet up with him? Wherever he went around town, read was a tremendous war, great water, and every Sunday he used to go to mass at Saint Malachy Change. On forty, ninth street. And there was one fellow around whose name was the whistler and he discovered read was going to mass at eleven o'clock every Sunday, and so he stationed himself along the line of margin, forty nine street, a few doors up from the church in front of a ticket office, a Broadway ticket office, and every Sunday when Fred would come by. It would say hello Fred and and say hello. And hand him two dollars. This went on for a long time. As a matter of fact, it was Kinda became such a routine. The whistler little job in the ticket office running tickets for them. And one Sunday Showed up, and there was no whistler. And he looked into the office, and one of the men who it always came out, and said Oh Mr Alan. He said yes, he says whereas the whistler and the man said well. Today was his birthday, so he took the day off. Would you give me two dollars for him? And Fred, said yes, yes, I would. And he had two dollars and started away, and as an afterthought he came back, and said Oh by the way said read Would you tell the Westland that I'm going to the Coast for eight weeks here? Sixteen dollars an ulcer when I get back, John Crosby was always a target work actors and If to carry I remember three or four different bundles of money, and he knew where where the five dollar bills the ten dollar. Bills, word he. Constructive Giver to he wasn't a soft touch. He was understandable touch. I'll go Jim Hawkins. Here's what a constructive help. MATZEC is Jim Christley Fred. Now, he's an old timer. You know, follow about fifty. and. Tell you the truth are going to? Put the slug in the lack over that fleabag and I'm living at overnight avenue. It's don't get thirty bucks. He says I'll be carrying the banner you know. While I says one thing before I ask now. Did you ever play on the bill with Fred? Always just thirty some years ago, but he wouldn't remembered. I just wait here. Trade was busy writing and I said. Listen to you, remember an act named songs on so. Only asked Jeremy G. that was thirty. Some you you know you had the models faculty being able to reach into that and bringing that. He says sure you're a nice act to why while I says he's here now wants to see. He says sure. Be Glad that say. He said there's this clamping the dentures. You know that's the bite. Abbas his expression for putting the bite on I said yes, it is sure sentiment now. The fellow comes in is Mr Alan Fred, says. It wasn't Mr Thirty some years ago at the Princess in Chicago and Rockford Anjali Add Ellen. Jeez I didn't think you can remember. It shows why not you had to go to act or nice people now. What's your problem? In the hotel. Thirty budges I hate the door basis I. Don't know well, it's just we can take care of that. That's no problem. But what are you GonNa do is I'm all washed up by shove as this is concerned I, know that. And I'm willing to work. I can't get a job or what kind of work? Was I'm handy around a gas station. You know I'm not clever, but I'm handy. Round cars and things like that, so fred gave him one hundred dollars of seen note. Now that man up in that job. He asked him if he needed any more money. He didn't but the nicest part of the whole thing. He took that gas station telephone number. And once every week for almost a year, he would call it, and let's say for the name is this hunts gas station? Yeah, this is Fred Allen. Could I talk to my friend Tom Bailey only to give that fellow a standing among a lot of strangers? Aggravates continue transcribed pause for station identification. May Twenty Ninth Nineteen fifty-six biography in sound a portrait of Fred Allen. You're listening to Classic Radio Theater on your paper station. At quick trip. We're all about making life easier for you. Which is why we now offer on lot pickup order many of the items you love on the APP and we'll bring them out to you. 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We are listening to an NBC program biography in sound, a portrait of Bread Allen for May Twenty Ninth Nineteen fifty-six attribute to a great man. Hundred Continue! On Narrator Jack Killing. Read One said Equa- choose some other profession. You would have become a writer. Writer. A. Good One and Harry! Von Zell points out. Visibility to so delicately exaggerated satirized commonplace characters. Everyone knows or has known resulted in many lasting creations. One could not forget such people as the leather lung, flagrant political editor of the south. Senator Clyde. Hawn. They heard this character that later he named senator. which caused made him famous more than anything else. The fact that Fred named him and wrote the material for him. Sometimes better known as Senator Klag on finale, and spent a great deal of time over each character portrayal delineation. In the writing of it. And when it came time to be done on the air. He never once gave the slightest kind of. Reading. To follow. Felt that you were hired for the job. He had confidence enough in you and in your interpretation. That he never as many directors will do. I'll give you a a different angle different idea. or a different perception of what he meant, he expected you know and. Whether he was dissatisfied and not you will never aware of it. In other words, that Allen was never in the sense that we come to think of it now a boss. He was always a friend. And of course, this made his shows and his rehearsals. The most unusual, the most dignified well Portland here we are back and Allen's alley stay. The Senate is home. Tonight is hound. Dog is curled up around the poor. Nobody paid about an hour. Right. Back on I. Know I know you're from Dixon Greg Van I only crack. Our the. Now Way. down. On Your love. So I know what you're thing. Oh. ally. Wonder. How Moody Is Doing? Damage Day. Do you have any trouble sleeping? I only have fleets athlete. I short eyelid. Only, one awake on the farm cow hid in Shami. You're counting. Sleep a tall. Gender is where should be. I didn't know which end meals. Confused A. Wrong in got two buckets full of united here's. Next door. No Sow. Expecting maybe hoagie carbon. Emissions and you have trouble sleeping. Sleep every night with his framing my husband Pierre. Happy Dreams. Different things dreams these different things. How do you mean one night Pierre and streaming? Here's the lone ranger. I. Yell at. Shell. I. Hotel Act is living. Tells us. Back! Hi Buddy. HIELD! Jack Cassidy, what is that green flag with a gold harp on at Ajax? Class you mean you're celebrating. The New Year! He that infidel Ireland is free I've been celebrating all league I mean volumes donuts. Word reached categories. We all rank account to the politics. And Vancouver team and develop. King your. Choice to Martin Tony. And then a boy said this thing is under house on the House. We all got up there. Nobody knew. Jank you are in bed. Fred by now is at the top of his profession. He could have chosen his friends from among the famous brilliant. The great people of Times more often shows his friends for their own personal worth. As restaurant, Max, asmus recalls. There's some people when they get into tablet. Get so busy! And they look at. People when they're not as successful as they are, and they look down on them. But Fed was type that. Nobody was ever too small for him. It was never too big for anybody. Got A lot of pleasure out of writing to people and Witty and wonderful. Let us they were. Dentist, day Received a letter from Fred Allen out here on the coast. It was like getting a first edition. Everyone would get a call so I want you to come over and read the letter. Because it was invariably, there was such a funny letter. He loved to keep in touch with people and he you know. All of his letters were in small. Letters never use any capitals. But, they were always gems of win. Yes, and gems of with they were. Goodman Ace! It was in one of the many acerbic. Got From Fred when I was in Hollywood that he wrote his now famous description of the west coast. California he said is a wonderful place to live if you happen to be an orange. One day I asked Fred why he always typed and lower case. Doesn't the shift key on your typewriter work Fred. and. He said yes, but I've never been able to shift for myself. Most of the I'm ready to some radio studio hunched over a typewriter. Getting next week shows ready when vacation time came around enjoyed going to Maine, and visiting old friends then I'm bill Mallon from all at the beach. Way I've known Fred Allen for over twenty years. I always remember our golfing. At the art to beat. Country Club famous. And of course Brad Never played golf because he never did anything he wasn't perfect. Golf one of them. One of these golfing out. Redwood the candy for Rear Admiral Bob, wide, in one I strong with very popular. Call do what comes naturally. And made up. Songs that he dedicated the bottom white. And I can remember it so well goes like this father white suit very tight. The won't rip them. Plenty net does all he says is dominant them. Wife and I came to this country in nineteen forty six. And so Kobe to said that we came in just for the last act but A. Last. Act James Mason. He was innocent, welcoming committee. He gave us help and I live in New York. He helped us. To feel at home in America. But most of already made us feel good that he made us feel good in his new country that we come to live in. He made us love New York. He made his love. America I know. Positive Propaganda Ashley you. He just made us feel at home. And endearing picture Fred has the American in Paris as recalled by to Lula bankhead. Fed Alan and I worked together for two years. On the big show. Setting the rock of Gibraltar is all of us. And I remember I think I'll be all read so much much about him. He was a deeply religious man. And every Sunday would break. Between about ten and eleven thirty and he. Looked really check. Matt always say well done Bernie canopy me. And when we went to London and Paris to the big show, when in Paris Walker and Ebay radical tax your car and he wanted to find a church, and I asked him for not giving them a lift in my car and we had a friendship. And he With beautiful, too. And they fed got out. He said you. Thanks relieving. Interpret it in their. More Green and George Foster in Paris, he came up with. Some of the lines I. personally have heard. He said that the food in Paris is served in flames for the first time. The American in Paris enjoys food he can read by. He also had the great lines about the money. He said that you know French money is made ridiculously thin paper. And he said that It was the Finnish paper. You've ever seen in public. You also headlined like wrench. Money is Kleenex with murals. He said he'd been blowing his nose in it for five days before he found out, it was money. Practically nothing was sacred in that respect of Fred and many people mistook this as bitterness, which was not at all, it was the man's innate sense of what was comic and what was. A tackle in any given situation and this included incidentally himself. One of the great classics humorous creations came about when Fred Until Lula's Sarah is Mr and Mrs Breakfast team. KNUCKLEHEAD. Got a program to do when you quit yapping. Except clock in the morning. WHO's up to listen to it? Garbage collectors and some burglars. Record if you want to go back to housing God. Chat all right ahead. Yeah. What were you glean the powder room at the Brash Ray. I'm mouth taste. I'm out taste like a sandbar just pulled his foot out of it. And I'm sleepy. A lot of just say not sleeping sleeping on Pasternack, pussy willow mattress. Pussy willow which with cat hair. Every time I lie down on that cat at my beck archers. Your copy about time. Trying to poison me. Fresh, even kill you won't a? Why do you think the government makes them? Put that skull and crossbones on the? Look at that I spilled some on my best Oh. Yes, such A. Little spot remover. You're not getting any of that atom juice on me. Nineteen fifty-five. Fred was awarded the radio. Pioneers citation for bring radio and television the finest traditions of the American stage for over twenty five years. Right Allen created. Characters have enduring and endearing quality. Who can forget his one long Pan, detective skip. Clippings Ashland Malacca they. One Long Oriental Sam Spade Don job. LAP The gone longtime. I'd Lloyd Laptop Gun who long long time and exceptional voice tonight. Maybe catch handler from Jackie Eigen. China people deduction for a long time yu-ling MEKA POPPING Being Holy War boozing. The WHO? John Chung Long Pan Go to school together. You Twenty eight. Cable down at alone Fong. 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Allen passed away unexpectedly of a heart attack March seventeenth nineteen, fifty-six on the streets of his favorite city New York, he was born on May, thirty, first, eighteen, ninety four, and this program aired. Two days prior to his birthdate would have been his sixty second birthday. Let's listen now to the conclusion of NBC's biography and sound a portrait of Fred Allen May Twenty Ninth Nineteen fifty-six now. Let's relive Fred's traditional Christmas show. is, he being Santa. Claus is just a pain in one century after the other I'm giving the world back durant and McNally Pity on us, kids, we'll have no. Move Moving. Sean is just one Christmas. I'm going GONNA, enjoy in peace. Oh. Shit John Pay Mall. Admittance my bag marine. Yep. I'm Goin' mall standard is, GONNA change my mind. Thank you. Santa Christmas ain't Christmas without Santa, Claus I'm giving the world one more chance. Statement for all the. Education just say it's. A. Donda high over. You always had a little DAB of humor I. Call it a little DAB because he shoot him and DABS. You couldn't. Pin Down. He would have a DAB of humor for everything up. Schreiner Fred had one bit of floppy. Which I think is worth remembering. Along with a great deal of humor in that was. He went, said that if you want, would you have? He'll always have what you want. In his last letter deduct rock while he wrote. Dot. Says I can't eat salt. I can't eat sugar I. CAN'T HAVE ANY MEAT I lie on the sand I can't go in the water. I made just as well. Stay down here and stay in a closet. And sort of prophetic. Little Party had in there. I don't know how it came up, but he says the way to live. Each day as that they may be the last and someday you'll be right. It looked at television with jaundice. Die I have been involved though I've been in theater. I've been in motion. Pictures and I have been in radio currently I am in trouble. Trouble spelled sideways is television. Television has not only changed the lives of the performers, but the lives of many innocent people I heard of a sad gaze where after a couple got married on the bride and groom television program say learned that their marriage will not be legal in twelve states for six weeks until the Kenneth is shown. Spite of his jokes about television, the medium appeal to show business blood and he couldn't stay away from it. Mr Weaver talent like Fred's was needed by television, and if it had not been for his health, he would have I'm sure. Lightened up his formula and the townhall tonight, or it's television version would have become one of the great classics of TV. All his life rented wanted to be a right Eh, and it was a source of great happiness to that. His treadmill to oblivion became a best seller. When he died on March seventeenth this year. You left behind an unfinished autobiography, which he wrote in a small dusty office. You rented for more Green and George Foster. One of the most touching things was. Coming back to this office the Tuesday after Fred had died. He'd been there on Saturday. We hadn't been in the office for six or seven days. And we never quite were sure when fed had been in the office. We knew he was there every day, and yet you never. There was never any sign that fed had occupied this place. Except if you knew. Everything was neat as a pin. The dust was still need. He disturbed so little and yet disturbed so much with his tremendous talent. But. Personally he was the most methodical in the viner sense of what methodical means rather than against the drudgery sense of it. we walked in that following Tuesday and open the refrigerator, and there with two bottles of apple juice, and the four or five pieces of fruit, and the and the little container of cottage cheese. And in the bottom of the wastebasket. which was quite clean, were a few little shavings from the pencils he had shot him in the last penalty Jarman. But my open, the secretary drawer and in it were twelve brown paper bags neatly folded. These are the bags with which he had brought to work the fruit, the apple juice and so. He never threw them away. In case we might possibly mean. And the big show was a theme song written by Magic Loosen that we always ended the show with. And I would like to end this tribute by. Putting the last line on the big show. Made the good Lord bless and keep you until we meet again. Good night got him. Ladies and gentlemen. Is, eminence Francis Coddle Spellman. Archbishop of New York. But I always admired about Fred Allen. Was the same quality that will rogers possession. As a great interpreter of American Life. The cloudy was essential and unassuming charity. He loved him so to God and country well. was kind and helpful to his neighbor. And his neighbor was every human being. Ever ready in help to those in need. and was especially loyal and generous to those of his own profession. Humor Wrestle and popular as it was. Never was offensive. Fred was a truly religious man. He frequented the famed actress. Church Saint Malachy. Close to the glittering lights of Broadway. And in the midst of those lights, he lived his life publicly, but also quietly as the ugly practice faith. Fred Allen love life and lifted well. But this conscious that if we life is a preparation for Life Eternal. He made his diagnosis of life. And Its prognosis vassar light. In the language of theater. This is only the prologue here. The big show is up about. You have been listening to biography and south, which tonight presented prescribe a portrait of Red Allen. We wish to express our appreciation to a moderator, Jack Kelly and to the few beds. Many friends who appeared on the program. On the NBC staff our thanks go to Earl hefner writer, Robert Woven, director and to the many who held in its preparation. This is. 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This Rob Hirschfeld of the New Hampshire Episcopal Church. Who drafted? The statement says he feels like the Church was trespassed. The blatant use of religious symbols, merely to exploit the backdrop and the symbols of our faith, Bible a religious setting in order to say I have the church behind, and he certainly does not have the PISCOPO church behind him. In this first tells stresses that the Fiscal Churches Congress from all political backgrounds, he describes church leaders in New England and around the country as united in. In objecting to the presidential photo opportunity at Saint John's you England bishops right that the real injustice is the continued oppression of violence against people of Color in the US Bishop Thomas Brown of the main. Episcopal Church echoes the need for healing, so we who are white, we who have full worthy and privilege. We need to be listening and we need to be bringing people together. I'm Laura Rossborough Telam reporting for Public News Service the Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire. Connecticut Maine Massachusetts Rhode Island Vermont all signed the letter. Minnesota officials have launched a civil rights investigation into the entire Minneapolis Police Department, following the killing of George Floyd are Mike Mohan reports. It coincides with calls for reform, but watchdogs elsewhere say changing police. Culture is very difficult. Other recent high profile incidents have prompted reforms within NPD but skeptic say what happened to floyd shows not much has changed. Harry at Walden with the group. Mothers for police accountability in Seattle was involved in reform efforts when that city's police department came under federal scrutiny. She says there was a lot of optimism at first, but the problems persist out. Police enforcement steelheads affair along racial lines that was two thousand thousand and nineteen people are more likely to be written by the and and more likely to have weapons in their face a even though those people didn't have weapons on Death Walden is referring to the Seattle. Department's own disparity review from last year. Meanwhile Minnesota's human rights commissioner vows. The investigation will lead to meaningful action. Not just a report. This is PMS. The right to protest is powerful OHIOANS, fighting for social justice can learn how to ensure their voices are heard and online event is happening this evening. According to Robin a right with Cincinnati's beloved community, church protests throughout history have been used as legitimate in meaningful passports to reform. And she knows this is also what led to charges being filed against the former Minneapolis comp in the death of George Floyd wasn't because people got together had a nice conversation around ever seen. It was because Minneapolis was on fire not that I'm saying, go burn stuff stuff now, but it was the protests. People saying enough is enough. That moved that district to act right. In other community, organizers are joining the ACLU of Ohio for an online event gear up for this moment, activists day of virtual training. They planned from six to eight PM to coach participants in strategies for peaceful, coordinated and Strategic Action Mary Sherman. Reporting this story was produced in association with media in the public interest and funded in part by George Foundation. And despite the COVID pandemic massive protested curfews and major cities, fair election advocates say Tuesday's primary appears to have gone pretty smoothly. This was the first time all Pennsylvania voters were given the option to vote by mail. Almost two million did representing a massive increase in absentee voting for those voting in person that were some voting machine failures, and a few delayed poll openings and consolidated voting districts may have meant longer trips to the polls for some, but. But Scott Seaborg state director of the group all voting his local says it looks like no one was denied the right to cast their ballot. Local election officials have really done a heroic job dealing with not only social distancing in the pandemic, but at the same time, these astronomically large numbers of by mail ballots governor Tom Wolfe signed an executive order extending the deadline for six counties to receive mail in ballots to June ninth. I'm Andrea Sears reporting. Finally arrives brow reports. The greatest predictor of bankruptcy is lack of health care, but since the affordable care act was adopted, bankruptcies have declined among people with intermittent health coverage. That's according to a new study. 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And Molly. Straighten up that one of these days. This is plastic radio theater. The Great Gildersleeve. Hope show transcribed direct from Hollywood. Hollywood the George Burns and Gracie Allen show now. Here's your host. Why it Cox announced standing performer remembered. This episode of the biography and sound program portrait of Fred Allen was originally broadcast on May Twenty, ninth, nine, hundred and fifty six in a moment the National Broadcasting Company pays tribute to the Great American humorous than with the late Fred Allen. This program is presented in observance of the sixty second anniversary of his birth. This Thursday may thirty first with Narrator Jack Haley appearing on the broadcast. Some friends friends from all walks of life. Just a few are doc Rockwell Jack Benny Kenny Delmar a little bank. Ed, Hermann Balk and Uncle Jim Hawkins. Also, we'll relive some of the most exciting moments. Fred's programs with of course, a visit to Allen's alley. Stay tuned now for a portrait of read island on NBC. Younger the in town. The National Broadcasting Company presents transcribed a portrait of Fred Allen. Allen. In Boston at my birth, a strange thing happened. The doctor slapped me after I started crying. I brush with critic. My parents immediately started me in show business by taking an ad in variety and housing. My arrival Fred Allen Has Diab- will travel. I travel to the three corners of the earth. Since then there have been many changes I'm not referring to the Diet. Ladies and gentlemen our Narrator Jack Haley. No part of the thumbnail autobiography, you've just heard his true actually. John Sullivan was born in Cambridge. His father was a bookbinder and the Boston Public Library air to fred found work as a stack boy while still attending public school in Cambridge the pay wasn't anything to Brag about twenty five cents an hour. Most important is the fact that one day in the stacks Fred found a book on Juggling Fred began to practice juggling with cigar boxes, rubber, balls and oranges while still young, too, was appearing on. Tonight's the local houses. Many drone than a professional vaudevillian recalls Fred as a youngster. Son of a pimple faced kin. Very thin. was looked undernourished. was. FATHERLESS, and motherless a couple of. Maiden raise them while still in his teens. Fred appeared as an amateur juggler. Wherever could find a stage to work on an audience to play to whenever he could read returned to Boston University the study most of the time he was on the road. He was not a good juggler, and once when someone in the audience heckled him about it. Get replied with a spontaneously on a remark that was far more entertaining than juggling. As time passed. The juggling became million excuse for his coming on stage. What kept him there, and what kept the audience with him was his dry wit. He pattern I had a room. It was so small it had movable doorknobs, and you wanted to bend over in your room. You can take off the DOORKNOB just in case. Mrs Brown's when you cook a bad, you had to keep singing. There was no lock on the bathroom door. Bill is the world's worst juggler. Fred played bottle houses all over the country. The life of bad venue is never an easy one for Fred. It was especially hard for a very special reason. Uncle Jim Hawkins Fred was cancelled. Not because he didn't organs act, but because he wasn't understood, the manager would call up and say I hate the cancel as kid. I laughed like the Dickens musicians laugh the stagehands lap, but our audience did know what he was doing, is he? As I say, days would say to. Say. Don't say look. Why don't you try you know you hate to say? Kid canceled so many times? Say. Why don't you take some old gags condition off a plate? You know and let the audience in on some of it, so they can get him. He says there must be some intelligent people in this world and I'm going to hugh that line until I find. Now this these days when it took a lot of courage to do that, because don't forget. They were hungry days. They were short dollar days. Fred was born John Sullivan. Is known variously as Paul huckle Fred Saint James and Freddie James how he became known as Fred Allen the toll by Bennie drone. A booking office fellow by the name of Edgar Allan used the book. Fox that around New York. And he was looking for work and the guy says what are you do? He says go right down to the Fourteenth Street theatre. The Fox theater down there. And get your step down there and you'll be able to go on for the rest of. The day and It's a split week. You'll get the three days pay. So after left the man at the centre called up and said what's his name his sending down because we'd like to put his name out. With the rest of the Maud Bill in front of the theater. and. This fellow ABC Allen said his name as a guerilla. That he said Fred Allen so out when Fred Allen and from then on, he was known as Fred Allen Fred made his Broadway in the passing show of Nineteen, twenty two later bid and Greenwich village follies, three's a crowd and the little show. Appearing with him and the Little Show Libby Holman and Clifton Webb the first time I ever met on the stage the music box theatre. We were called Apple. The reading of the various sketches. And from the moment, I met him. I realized that this was a very generous sympathetic. Wonderful Man, we play the show for Year in New York. And became. A great great success. Perhaps one reason for friends successes. He was always dedicated to his work. He was an actor of the old school. You know a comedian with a fine into like. George Jessil, his talents stood up in the days of Raymond Hitchcock Nat Goodwin, really and Julius talent on the stage and lecture halls. B would've held his own with any. Will Rogers feed efficiently done than Aldy? Are the giants of mullet age. As I think of him now. I think that Fred would've been more appreciated in the days of swirling capes. Bows another longtime friend Admira Fred's John Royal while many actors. We're playing. The houses are the nightclub Fred would be in his best known playing the typewriter, one finger either riding himself writing for some other artists not so well off. Who needed some material? It never became competitive with people. Never kicked about billing. He never kicked about dressing rooms. All he wanted was a space in one where he could go out and work. Fred never was vicious. Found happiness in this work on the stage, but he found an even greater happiness in a person he met there. Were married on May Fourth, nineteen twenty seven. It was an extraordinarily happy marriage and this wonderful woman. She was a great inspiration to fred everything he did. Alkyl Jim Hawkins because he respected her so much when he would write hour after hour hour at any time in the mornings, he was with them always all night when it'd be writing, and she would set the time for him to take the walks when she'd say that's enough. Let's take a walk. He would not everything. There was never any such thing as a squabble in that family, and there was no one ever. Ever has married as they were because they were always together everywhere, no matter where they went, he went nowhere without her the same with portman she never went anywhere without him, and if they walk down the street and holding hands, you know it wasn't any silly holding hands. It was a beautiful bond between two people that the average person today with us. Crazy way of living doesn't understand in the spring of nineteen thirty two after a two year run in the little show. Fred closed on Broadway on October, twenty third of that year, he appeared in his first radio. This is Roger Wide at Alan's producer. In the days of the path club. Railing? Present another. The Bachelor Reviews Darling. Thank you. Evening Ladies and data now. Prom boy. Here tonight I do bad telegram flex. I read it on the way up. They meet them all travel. You can pay part on the way back off. Now. Joe. Emphasis seventies, critics, everybody. Who is this Brad Alan? That's really start of him all the. Radio critics just WANNA know who fed out from there on. He really started to rise. He had nothing else in the world on his mind, but show-business doc rockwell. He didn't cut her it up with a lot of photography or do it yourself stuff running like that. He just concentrated on these one thing. I recall you read today. Thirteen forty newspapers every day that was product concentrated on that one thing, and as a result, his mind was absolutely clear. Is Programs called at various? Times the Salad? Bowl review the salad paddock. Review the hour of smiles. which in one, thousand, nine, hundred four became the popular townhall tonight. Sylvester Weaver now. Chairman of the Board of NBC was at that time agency producer of townhall tonight. Mr Weaver. Fred was doing very. Literate High Class Program even though it was broadly conceived in many ways and had a tremendous audience which a lot of. Critics particularly intellectual critics now forget I. Forget that the Fred Allen show. The town hall tonight show in those days in the middle thirty s reached According to our research at the time about three homes out of four three radio homes out of four followed the Fred Allen show. This is as big an audience as anybody could get toward the end of each town hall tonight show, Fred would feature some amateurs. It didn't matter much what that talent was. What made us a wonderful with Fred's ad-lib of us with these people. There was one of these amateurs was the cause or one of the classic feuds of show business. Fred had a boy violinist on this show. He was ten years old. And he played the be. When he got through with the number. A dome. He asked his boys. And how old are you in? The boys says ten is ten years old. Play the be so well. He says Jack Benny ought to be ashamed of himself. And that's all he said, and he probably said that knowing that I was listening to a show just to make me laugh. So on the next show on my show. At the very tag of the show. The thing we call the tag is said to marry, and this was merely to make fred laugh. I said Mary take this. I'm going to dictate message Fred Allen. They dear Fred when I was ten years old. I could play the two. Well the next week. Fred had some stooges on who were supposed to have known me and Wall Keegan Illinois to prove that I couldn't play the be when I was ten years old. The following week on my show, I brought people on for Morgan. WHO Said I could play the be ten years. And before we knew it, we were into the darndest feud I've ever seen which was very funny, and the strange part of it is I can safely say from six to eight months this you before. We even call each other on the phone about it. Don't get excited. Look if your cheap your cheap. That's the way I look at it. Some. People say asparagus ends. If the hobby, my hobby is not spending. Big Laughs on your program. Probably, the most satisfying event, Fred, the whole wonderful feud with. Venues bridges. Wait on that. Vitamin expert operating the happened pressing machine. Cows. You. Game Where am I paying for fifteen years? I've waited to catch. You I haven't seen the end. While they. May, twenty ninth, Nineteen, fifty-six NBC's biography and sound a portrait of Fred Allen. You're listening to classic. Radio Theatre. Maybe you can relate to this. A lot of people think they're stuck with their health plan. 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But, the sensors were terribly cautious. Shall we say and? We frequently read into the line something that was. Was Not there. Practically, every big-name style at one time a guest on Fred show. It was an unknown guest who brought along in Eagle who set the spark for one of Fred's really unforgettable broadcast John Crosby recalls the night ego. Get loose. Something Fed never quite over. The Eagles. Lose in committed and indiscretion. Right I mean why. Roars of laughter whether this really mad anything radio audience or not I don't know, but they kept getting about it for weeks and weeks later well, if the very large studio and the either was bald headed as the American national bird is. But he became excited and then flying from the stage to the rear balcony, his feathers flew needless to say they've been no more eagles in studio. I think as long. This avenue I wandered to congratulate you. I wanted to get a rise out of the EGO. And I think as long as the Eagle is a bird of prey that we have better discontinue the question praying. We have a loose eagle in the. Rockefeller hardly building a lot of ad-lib exits here. Time has been taken up with the cap the night around with a pound of hamburger. Tonight back there with a little while ago, but it was too well done in the Senate back now just arrived with the proper steak and I can assure you that the captain's night has the Eagle Vice Versa Showbiz made Fred Allen, a rich man, but he remained throughout his life man of simple tastes, modest habit vice today, fred us to stop a newsstand at the corner of fifty seventh seventh avenue and visit with Newsboy Stanley, trip Linski. Did so much for so many people that so few new really about. If you looked at his face. Look so deadpan. unsmiling times, but yet the man had a heart. So much larger than the average person. I'll be the greatest pleasures. Financial Independence brought him was it enabled him to help other people? A more green recalled and amusing count of generosity. Fred for many years of course was the easiest touch on Broadway or anywhere else. If, a man wants played with him in a bill into picket hands. He then suddenly considered Fred forty years later to be his uncle and wrote him a letter saying I. Need Money and Fred of course invariably would send it. And so many pam around town actual Pam Hannon's Gregor's who would attach themselves to Fred and meet up with him wherever he went around town. Read was a tremendous walk. Great Water and every Sunday used to go to mass at Saint Malachy Church. On forty minutes. And there was one fellow around Hemos, the whistler and he discovered that Fred was going to mass eleven o'clock every Sunday, and so he stationed himself along the Line of March on forty ninth street, a few doors up from the church in front of a ticket office Broadway ticket office and every Sunday. When Fred would come by, it would say hello, fred and veteran, saying hello whistler and hand him two dollars. This went on for a long time. As a matter of fact, it was kind became such a routine that the whistler got himself a little job and the ticket office running tickets for them. And one Sunday read showed up and there was no whistler. and. He looked into the ticket office and one of the men who always came running out and said Oh Mr Alan. He said yes, he says whereas the whistler an answered well. Today was his birthday, so he took the day off. Would you give me two dollars for? Infrared said yes. Yes, I would, and he handed him a two dollars and started as an afterthought, he came back and said Oh by the way read Would you tell the whistler that I'm going to the Coast for eight weeks? He's a sixteen dollars and when I get back John Crosby was always a target out of work, actors and Used to carry I remember, three or four different bundles of money knew where where the five dollar bills. The ten dollars dollar bills where he was a constructive giver to, he wasn't a soft touchy was understandable touch. I'll Jim Hawkins. Here's what you call constructive help. matzec Jim could icy fred. Now he's an old timer. You know, follow about fifty. And well, he should tell you the truth they're going to. Put the slugging the lack over that fleabag and I'm living overnight avenue. I don't get thirty bucks. He says I'll be carrying the banner you know. Well one thing before I asked him now. Did you ever play on the bill with Fred? Always thirty some years ago, but he wouldn't remember Jeff I. Just wait here. Fred was busy writing and I said listen to you remember an act name stone sandstone so. Oh yes, Jim. Yes, G.! That was thirty. Some you you know. He had marbles faculty. It'd be unable to reach into digital and bringing that up. Yes, he says sure as you're nice act to why well says he's here now wants to see you. He says sure be glad that say Amer he said. Is this clamping the dentures? You know that's the bite. Abbas his expression for putting the bite on, I said yes, it is all sure sentiment now. The Fella comes in is Mr. Allen Francis wasn't Mr Thirty some years ago at the Princess in Chicago and Rockford and Ellen. Jeez I didn't think you can remember. It shows why not you gotTA. Go to act or nice people now. What's your problem? Hotel needed thirty bucks. Is I hate to basis I don't know well. It's just we can take care. That's no problem. But what are you gonNA always. I'm all washed up as far shove as this is concerned. I know that. and. I'm willing to work, but I can't get a job or what kind of work? Was I'm handy around a gas station. I'm not clever, but I'm handy, ran cars and things like that, so fred gave him one hundred dollars Sinoe. Now. He said that man up in that job. He asked him if he needed any more money. He didn't but the nicest part of the whole thing. He took that gas station telephone number? And once every week for almost a year, he would call it, and let's say for the one of the name is this Hans Gas Station. Yeah this is Fred Allen did I talk to my friend Tom Bailey only to give that fellow standing among a lot of strangers. Aggravates continue transcribed brief pause for station identification. May Twenty Ninth Nineteen fifty-six biography in sound portrait of Fred Allen. You're listening to Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station. At quick trip, we are all about making life easier for you. Which is why we now offer on lock pickup order? Many of the items you love on the Cutie APP and we'll bring them out to you. 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We are listening to an NBC program biography in sound a portrait of Fred Allen for May Twenty Ninth Nineteen fifty-six a tribute to a great band. Continue. On Raider Jackie lease. One said if he could choose some other profession. You would have become a writer, but it was a writer, a good one as Harry von. Zell points out. Visibility to delicately exaggerating satirized commonplace character, everyone knows or has no resulted many lasting creations. One could not forget such people as the leather lung, flagrant political orator of the South Senator Client Hawn. Heard this character that later, he named Senator Klag on, which of course made him famous more than anything else. The fact that Fred named him and wrote the material for him. Any del sometimes better known as Senator Klag on Allen spent a great deal of time over each character, portrayal or delineation in the of it. And when it came time to be done on the air. He never wants gave the slightest kind of. Reading to follow. Felt that you were hired for the job and he had confidence enough in you and in your interpretation. That he never as many directors will do. Give you a different angle or a different idea? or or a different perception of what he meant, he expected you to know and. Whether he was dissatisfied and not you'll never wear of it. Other, words but Allen was never in the sense that we come to think of it now a boss. He was always a friend. And of course, this made his shows and his rehearsals. The most unusual the most. Dignified well Portland here. We are back and Allen's alley. They Senate his home tonight. Hound dog is curled up around the poor. Nobody Fade I'm about an hour I all the name. On I know I know you're from Dixon I. Only go. Our fake the very now. Down, upon on new. Tony I know what you're thinking, oh? Found! Wonder. How does moodiest doing? got to sound like Dennis Day. Do you have any trouble sleeping. I only have actually athlete I got short eyelid. The only one awake on the farm cow hit in Shami. You're getting sleep tall. Gender is we should be. I didn't know which end meals. You're confused. Time I melt wrong end and got two buckets. Fulla united here's. Next. Oh, I hear. How. He may be Hoagy Carmichael. Knitted and you have trouble, sleeping could sleep every night with his raining Meinhard. Up Your Dreams! Different I'm saying dreams these different things? How do you mean one night Pierre Three? Here's the lone ranger yeah. Yelling. Shell A. Living on that cell. saw. Buddy. Who? ooh! What is that green flag with the gold hop on a day Jack? Ass You mean you're celebrating I'm jared the New Year? He Infidel Island. Have Been Celebrating all league. I mean boy as soon as word reached Kerrigan's. Branka to the public. Yes, then we drank a team and. Yes next. King Jaw. And a toaster Martin Doni. Then a voice said dish thing is under house on the House and we all got up there. Nobody knew. Jank, you are in bad shape. Fred by now is at the top of his profession. He could have chosen his friends from among the famous, the brilliant, the great people of our times more often. He shows his friends for their own personal worth. As restaurant, Max Azima recalls. There's some people but get an adapted to get so dizzy. And they look. On people when they are not as successful as they are, and they don them. But Fed was type back. Nobody was ever too small for him. It was never too big for anybody. Got A, lot of pleasure out of writing to people and Witty and wonderful letters they were. Dennis Day when anyone received a letter from Fred Allen out here on the coast. It was like getting first edition. Everyone would get a call and I want you to come over and read the letter. Because invariably there was such a funny letter. He loved to keep in touch with people and he. All of his letters were in small. Letters never use an capitals. But they're always gems of win. Yes and gems of whip they were. Goodman Ace. It was in one of the many acerbic letters I got from Fred when I was in Hollywood that he wrote his now famous description of the west coast. California he said is a wonderful place to live if you happen to be an orange. One day I asked Fred why he always typed and lower case doesn't the shift key on your Typewriter Work Fred? And he said yes, but I've never been able to shift for myself. Most of the I'm fred either in some radio studio hunched over typewriter. Getting next week shows ready when vacation time came around enjoy going to Maine and visiting old friends then I'm bill amount from all at the Beach Wayne I've known Alan for twenty years. I can always remember our golfing. At the country, club Thomas and of course Brad Never played golf because he never did. Anything wasn't perfect in and golf blocking one of them. funnies golfing out in bed with the caddy for Rear Admiral Father Bob Wide in one summer song with very popular. Call doing what comes naturally. And made a bit about. The song that he dedicated the bottom white. And I remember it so well goes like this father white suits very tight. Upshot he won't read Kim when he met his all, he says dominant. I came to this country in nineteen forty six, and so could be true to say that we came in just for the last act, a glorious last Act James Mason he was in a sense welcoming committee. He gave us helping I live in New York. He helped us. Feel at home in America. But most of all, he made us feel good. He made us feel good in this new country that come to live in. He made us love New York. He made us love America by. Positive Propaganda Show? You just made us feel at home. And enduring picture of Fred as the American in Paris recalled by two Lula bankhead. Fed Out and I worked together for two years. On the big show. Was Setting the rock of Gibraltar to all of us. And I remember I. Think Probably saw mill road much much much about either a deeply religious man. And every Sunday with break. Between about ten and eleven thirty and he lobbied for. The challenge. Always say Don burn account of me and when we went to Paris to the big show when Lou in Paris. It was a great walker and ebay radical Taxila and he wanted to find the church I asked him for not giving them listen I. Car added Friendship And he Golden Judicial Church, and they fed got out. He said you think relieved. Interpret in their. More Green and George. Austin, in Paris, he came up with. Some of the funniest lines I, personally have heard. He said that the food in Paris is served in flames for the first time. The American in Paris enjoys food he can read by. He also had the great lines about the money he said. You know. Money is made ridiculously thin paper. and. He said that It was the thinnest paper you've ever seen in public. You also had lined like The French money is Kleenex with, murals. He's been blowing his nose in it for five days before he found out, it was money. Practically nothing was sacred in that respect of Fred and many people mistook this as bitterness, which it was not at all, it was the man's innate sense of what was comic, and what was Attack In any given situation. This included intimately himself. One of the great classics, humorous creations came about when into Lula satirized a Mr and Mrs Breakfast team. KNUCKLEHEAD. Program to do when you quit yapping. Except clock in the morning. WHO's listening to it? The garbage collectors in some burglars. Racket if you WANNA go back to housing. God in front of. ALL RIGHT AHEAD Yeah. What were you queen of the powder room at the Brash. I'm mouth faced. Out, as like a sandbar just pulled his foot out of it. And I'm sleepy. A lot of just say homes I'm not entire sleeping sleeping on an pussy willow mattress. Willow which with cat hair. Every time I lie down on that at my back archerd. Your copy it's about time. Trying to do poison me. kice Vita fresh copied won't kill you. Why do you think the government makes them? Put that skull and crossbones on the? Look at. That I spilled salmon my best. Spot maneuver. You're not putting any of that atom Jewish on me. Nineteen fifty five. Fred was awarded the radio pioneers citation for bringing radio and television the finest traditions of the American stage over twenty five years. Right Allen created. Characters are enduring and endearing quality. Who can forget his one long Pan Detective? Skip greetings Shula Malacca. Get One long. Orientale, Sam Spade on job. Loyd lap gone long I can. Get laid lap the gone. Long Long Pan and exceptional voice tonight? Maybe catch on Hanley from Jackie Eigen. China Click a people duck shoe for a long time. Ling amid popping only. Being holding all ingle voting. vaping. Of My whole. John Chung along. Go to school together. You can ask twenty eight. Go the table down at alum fung. Can. I. 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Let's listen now to the conclusion of NBC's biography in sound a Porta Fred. Allen May Twenty Ninth Nineteen fifty-six now. Let's relive Fred's traditional Christmas show. is He being Santa Claus. In one century after the other I'm giving the world backed Iran and mcnally. That Santa. We'll have. WHO's aim to moving? Son is just one Christmas I'm Gonna I'M GONNA. Enjoy, peace. Santa Claus is. Oh shucks Hush your crying John. Pay Him all where's. My bag marine mislaid and. I'm. Change my mind. Thank you Santa Christmas ain't Christmas without Santa Claus I'm giving the world one more chance. Statement for all the Kitty San Education Sean each day it's. Very. Donda hi, aldus. Always had a little DAB of humor I call it. A little DAB is because he. He issued him and DABS you couldn't. Pin Fred down. He would have a deb humor for everything. Schreiner P- had one bit of philosophy which i. Think. Is worth remembering? Along with a great deal of his humor in that was. He went said that. If you want what you have, always have what you want. In his last letter to Doc Rockwell, he wrote. Not. He says I can't eat salt. I can't eat sugar I. CAN'T HAVE ANY MEAT I can't lie on. The sand can't go in the water. I Made Gust as well. Stay down here and stay in a closet. And the sort of a prophetic little party had in there. I don't know how it came up, but he says the way to live. To live each day as if that day the last and someday you'll be right. But it looked at television with jaundice. I been Vaudeville. I have been in theater. I've been in motion pictures and I have been in radio currently. I am in trouble. Travels fell side. Ways is television. Television has not only changed the lives of the performers, but the lives of many innocent people I heard of a sad case, where after a couple got married on the bride and Groom Television Program. They learned that their marriage will not be legal in twelve states for six weeks until the Kennedys go is shown. Spite of his jokes about television. The medium appealed to his show. Biz blood and he couldn't stay away from it. Mr Lever. Talent like Fred's was needed by television. And if it had not been for his health, he would have I'm sure. Lightened up his formula and the town hall tonight, or it's television version would have become one of the great classics, of TV all his life wanted to be a writer, and it was source of great happiness to that. His treadmill to oblivion became a best seller. When he died on March seventeenth to this year. He left behind an unfinished autobiography, which he wrote in a small dusty office. You rented for more Green and George Foster. One of the most touching things was. Coming back to, this office, The Tuesday after had died. He'd been there on Saturday. We hadn't been in the office for six or seven days. and. We never quite sure when fed had been in the office. We knew he was there every day and yet you never ever buy. There was never any sign fed. This place except if you knew. Everything was neat as a pin. The dust was still need. He disturbed so little and yet the Serb so much with his tremendous talent. But personally he was the most methodical in the finer sense of what methodical means rather than against the drudgery sense of it. we walked in following Tuesday and opened the refrigerator and there with the two bottles of apple juice. And the four or five pieces of fruit, and the in the little container of cottage cheese. And in the bottom of wastebasket. which was quite clean, were a few little shadings from the pencils had shot the last penalty job and But when I open the secretary drawer and in it were twelve brown paper bags. Neatly folded. These are the bags with which he had brought to work the fruit, the apple juice, and so I'm. Never threw them away. In case we might possibly mean them and the big show. That was the theme song written Magic Lucinda. We always ended the show with. And I would like to end this tribute by. Putting the last line on the big show. Made the good Lord bless and keep you until we meet again. Good night guarding. Ladies and gentlemen. Is Eminence Francis Spellman. Archbishop of New York. But I always admired about Fred Allen. Was the same quality. That will rogers possession. As a great interpreter of American Life The closet was essential and unassuming charity. He loved him so to God and country well. He was kind of helpful to his neighbor. And his neighbor was every human being. He was ever ready in his help to those in need. and was especially loyal generous to those his own profession. Humor, universal and popular as it was. Never was offensive. Fred was truly religious man. Requested the famed actress Church Saint Malachy. Close to the glittering lights of Broadway! And in the midst of those lights, he lived his life publicly, but also quietly as the ugly practices faith. Fred Allen loved life and lifted well. But was conscious that if we life. Is a preparation for Life Eternal. He made his diagnosis of life. And his prognosis vast life in the language of the theater. This is only the prologue here. The big show is up about. You're. You have been listening to biography in Sao, which tonight presented transcribe a portrait of Bread Allen. We wish to express our appreciation to moderator Jackie Kelly and do the few reds. Many friends who appeared on the program. On the NBC staff, our thanks go to Earl hefner writer Robert, wargin director, and the many who helped it. It's preparation. This is editor. A, man who never really got his doing the television world, except for his appearances on my line. May Twenty Ninth Nineteen fifty-six Alanon Classic Radio Theater. You can find our podcast and the whole program at Classic Radio. Dot Stream I'm Wyatt Cocks. Thank you for listening fate. This station support the advertisers teleprinter. 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Have, gun will travel. Starring Mr John Diner as Paladin. San Francisco Eighteen, seventy, five, the Carlton Hotel Headquarters of a man called Paladin. Oh, Hello Hey Brian. Wow this these young gentlemen come to see you. Know! He come looking for you? He say very important well. What's your name? Young Man Gusty. Sure you're Mr Palam shows I am. Here. Wasn't one what's this? Sixty one cents. I WANNA hire you. Hire me months. He gunfighter and worked for money. Ankle Muncie. Cumin jeeter. I live with Ooh Ooh. I see and. Well just what is it you want to hire me for dusty? You've got to keep them from killing Mr. Big Mr big ease. My dog and Uncle Muncie and jeeter. They're gonNA shoot them all now. Why would they want to shoot him? Because they said he's no shiftless, but he ain't Mr Paladin honesty and. Where do you live? Thirty miles south in the hills. Thirty Miles Today's ride. How did you get here? Runoff took all my money minute. Run off, and you came to San Francisco so. Yes sir, well dusty know. Your uncle maybe very worried about you. Ain't worry about nothing. New slightly. You'll give me another look when I go back. He couldn't be all that bad. He is so. You Ain't going to help me, are you? You AIN'T GONNA. Help me none at all. Hey boy he's. got a room for dusty and charge my county going to need a good night's sleep before we start back in the morning Baja. He's always appellative right away. Human! You'RE GONNA, YOU'RE GONNA help Mr Paladin. Dusty Right back with you and we'll talk to them about Mr Big. Thanks. Thanks a lot. Wait a minute there's there's just one thing dusty. Here. I, want you to keep this dollar and sixty one cents. Might need it. Picture the most extravagant vacation imaginable. Then picture yourself going on vacation sounds like a daydream. Well, it isn't. It's completely possible, but it does take a bit of planning such as the regular purchase of United States savings bonds now. 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Mr Muncie Mr Paladin. Alad! Know gunfighter! Stay round here so you just get those hold on a minute. Don't you WANNA? Know why dusty came to see me no matter why you run off. That's all install his chore. Now. Get off that new LOBOI. Work to catch up on you promise me you won't kill Mr Big. I. Don't make no bargains with you young. that. Way! that. I told you to get Paladin. Boys my Ken and I'll do with them. What I want, you remember that boy you hear. Enough of that you get your hands off me. Hey what's going on? Hi, jeeter. Get your rifle. I wouldn't've I you jeeter. WHO's he? Talking to stinking gunfighter names Paladin Palette and what's he doing? Dusty, bring them back and he's going to get beaten forty. You'll never forget a year that boy. You're wrong on C.. Dusting. You're coming with me. Like San Francisco no right to do that. He's my cannon. I aim to keep them well. What so you can beat him? Make them do your chores I. Don't think so Muncie. You're not going to have the chance. I'll get you for this pal I didn't. Mean jeeter. We'll fix you real good. We better get Mr Big Esti. We have to be moving. Fire dies down turn in. Stock for San Francisco in the morning. I'm right. Sorry about making so much trouble. Mr Panel. Don't you worry about a dusty? It'll work on. What about your mother and father dusty. Remember them. Sure. To only died so I never know them. Alkyl Muncie. He says there was no. He says that about most everybody though. Mister big. How did you get him? He come around Wendy last year ago. Looking all hungry and skinny so. Give them some food. He took to me right off. I kept him. He knew scraps and stuff. What did your uncle threaten the shooting? ASPECT MOSTLY BECAUSE MR big jumped ad a warm day. One alkyl months. He was fixing the Whitney. He'd kill them right then. When he went for his gun took Mr Big, and we run off in the heals. Your uncle, go after you. Know! Mr. New Starved, out there. So we had to go back home. What happened then? Camonte. Mister big to a trillion. Twenty is going to shoot them. Every day told me that. Jeeter laugh at me when I start crying. So you came after me. Sure. I took Mr Big along the only. I couldn't get loose. Like it, none one years. I've noticed. Auburn Hills at time. Kyle's IT Holland. I get scared. Mister big. He get real close to me. And everything it'd be right. Dusty in neighbors around here, someone who could have gone to. The, thompsons. They got a place not far from here. Why don't you go there? I don't know good. Just seen wants her still. Besides uncle months he had beat me good if I did. He don't like me talking to folks. Does your go Bq very often dusty. Most deputy. Some besides. He's that kind of funny. Maybe right. I'll take a look. Right? Foods pointed right at. Lunch. You. Your gun belt rapid fire there piloting. MONGIA. Told you, we get you island I told you that. You. Would boy jeeter. KEEP THEM STU. Did you see that? He had a derringer hit on him. Early I assure to kill them a long time. Now you shut up kid, you chat up, you'll hear. Your own backed homeboy. Come on. Let's go. Put a bulletin Paladin now. Just leave him be. Kyle hit him. From May, Twenty Ninth Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty John Bainer starring is Paladin in have gun will travel. We'll have more have gun will travel when Classic Radio Theatre continues in three minutes. Maybe you can relate to this. A lot of people think they're stuck with their health plan. It costs too much, or for whatever reason they just don't like it, but great news. You're not stuck with it. There is a choice it's called net share, and you could save so much. The typical savings for family is five hundred bucks a month major difference maker. This is the affordable alternative to. To health insurance, and just to give you a little more info about medishare. It's a Christian healthcare sharing ministry. 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Get Him some Water Kathleen. Easy, now where? Were you. I'm Thompson Morgan Thompson Howson. This is my wife. Somebody that you awful hard Mr Yeah Did you find! We heard a shot. When I? Found you land by Campfire. Marking. Better drink this water Mr Yeah. Thanks! What you need. Paladin. You know we were afraid. You fractured skull at first but. Now, it looks like you're GonNa be alright. I've got to. Settle back you no condition to be I, have to wouldn't get two steps your two week. Ask about. What happened out there tonight? Who the head when I. took dusty. I've got to get nasty here's Muncie, his nephew Muncie. You mean that old coot lives a mile or so down the road and that's right. Boy. is his nephew. I know Morgan. Dusty must be that little boy. We saw peeking through the trees at us that day, remember. What's he got to do with all this? When I was taking them back to San, Francisco Muncie and His son Jeeter had tried to stop. Outcome you taking him to San Francisco because I didn't like the way. Way Muncie and jeeter. We're treating the boy. They had them frightened after death now. Took in beating. Made Him. Do most of the work around the place. Threatened to kill his dog. which they finally did. You mean they beat the boy and? He's had his share whippings. Morgan. Something ought to be done about that. He's in for another one I. Don't stop with. Just live back there. Be Can't do any ride into more. I guess you're right. Here's one thing though Mr. You're not going after that boy. Alone I'm going with you. some. Appreciate with you and your life did. You forget it. Anybody would have done the same. Maybe. A thyroid. Yeah let's me like that's what Muncie and Geeta figured you out there I haven't heard that before. No. That's a shakeup ahead, yeah? Don't see anybody. Maybe too early for him to be up. They're all right. Come on what. You monkey hands off, not boys Japan. is talented. I told you put a bullet. We fix you last night didn't probably would have thompson ear in his life hadn't found me Thompson. I thought I seen you somewhere before. That's right Muncie. We're neighbors. If I had known how you've been treating this boy out, have been over here for now mettler. y'All a bunch of stinking medalists now. These boys Mike Cannon I aimed at. Not beating months yes, beaten. You've been crying and carrying out about that Russia dog all night. He done that. You're going to get a weapon for it. You AIN'T GONNA. Stop me this time Paladin jitter. During, that boy loose. Now. All right. Dusty get on my horse. Now. You've got no right. This is my property. And that boys Mike Kin we gotta right Muncie when anybody treats the boy the way you treat him either belongs here and you ain't GonNa take him. This whole thing is going to be turned over to the lung. No you ain't taking him. Come on Mister Thompson. Accuse you validated. What. You. You. You saw what happened. Jeeter had the shoot him. You didn't have to you did. What did you expect me to do? Let him shoot me in the back. I wished he had. On, that sticking little kid, he'd bunks on US Garang jeeter. You brought it on yourself. Get him out of here. and. Don't ever bring him back. I think that's the smartest thing you said. Just too bad. You're pod in the said. A long time ago. While, we know John Diner mostly for his radio work, and mostly in Westerns that. We Best Remember Gunsmoke and Frontier Gentlemen in this episode. Have Gun will travel. E also appeared a lot in television. And of all the television shows in which he appeared his appearances on Gunsmoke, there seemed to be the ones that showcase best range of his talents between nine, hundred, fifty, five, one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six, he portrayed a psychotic gunman, a pathetic town, drunk, a dejected and childless farmer, a brain, damaged freight operator and a timid resident of Dodge city who gained fleeting celebrity after killing an outlaw. 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What he's a pilot and columnists. One to tell tell young lady he'd be late for. He said he must go shopping raw. But he was talking of young boys. You remember one call dusty. He come to Hamis followed in many days ago. Young Lady Nut. Lisa! Comes back. A. Young lady with for you saw good. I'll join her in a few minutes, but I. I want you to feed this gift. I got for dusty feed. Not on a stand well, a part of dusty is family is in this box here. Pilot. LITTERBOX! Right. Dusty and his new parents Mr Mrs Thompson coming here tomorrow. And I want I want us to have the rest of his family. Hey, boy, still not understand. Maybe you show me what is inbox? All right, but it'd be careful now. He's pretty ferocious. Don't get this marked. Its marked exactly like the dogs dusty to. I looked all over San Francisco fry. Hill, he's up. Little boy, the very happy. I hope so abloy. I sure hope so. pepsi-cola refreshes without filling. Why because it's truly light alley? 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Out Extremely in the morning, I'll try to pick something up do that. And something else Mr Parks that auto accident three years ago when Susan's parents were killed. You know what about it and the past is always with. You go see. We'll connors their Las Vegas. He runs the Ford County Weekly Tribune tell him sent you. And Be careful. Once again, Mr Parks careful of what I still don't know. Tonight and every Weekday Night Bob Bailey in the transcribed adventures of the man with the action packed expense account America's fabulous freelance insurance investigator. Yours truly Johnny Don. were. From special investigator Johnny, Dollar Location Las Vegas Nevada. To the Home Office American Northern Trust Company Hybrid Connecticut assignment the matter of reasonable doubts, expense account continue. I don't for seven dollars and a quarter. A triple wasn't enough so I bought the whole bottle. Pick it up to my own. I was Bush. Do not just for being caught out in the desert cloudbursts. Mrs Greenlee Elderly Widow owner of the flint rock ranch wanted to set up an insurance trust and convey all our holdings over to our sixteen year old granddaughter Susan. are only other areas. Were her nephew Walter who manage the ranch and his wife Hilda? Jason Parks Mike Glance local representative and respected President of the Flint Bank had started proceedings, then got cold feet and. Why he didn't know. Just a hunch something was wrong. He'd call for help and I was that help. Total results so far zero. I put the Corrigan the brandy bottle and went to bed wrong. Event Giancarlo hurry. The Weekly Tribune like a thousand other Wigley. Tribune's across the country. Competing with the big dailies, not even trying to printing the little things, homey fans and hanging on. One Man Office editor publisher reported proof reader, and at the moment Lana type operator. Of course, but the man of the line of type looked as always name. Just head to be, we'll connor name is will connor. What can I do for you? I'm Johnny Dollar. Mr Connors Jonas parks rocks just. Jones called me this morning said you'd probably be in glad. Noy thanks same here. You said you'd most likely be asking all sorts of crazy questions I was to. Humor me, or you might put it that way to answer them if I could, but Mr Park steady who I am not. Asking Jones me been friend for twenty years, and if he says you're all right then, that's good enough for me. Thanks to both of you, just one thing though Mr dollar going to be a story in this. Maybe any chance given me a scoop. Scoop. I. Haven't heard that word. In Years I had one in years. In fact, I had one always have to get my front page story by reading here. Las Vegas dailies. But you're smart, Alex, getting telegraphs from Moscow and Paris. France and all them places, anybody can get scoops that way, but me I got to get out and scratch for what I print. It sure do me good to put one over on. Them dudes I'd get me out an extra. A big banner headline on got the type for to never been used exclusive Ryan across the top. And knock them back on. Their byline miscounted all right. If there is a story you get it, that's a promise. I scoop live and breathe in scoop Dow Gone Yeah now about the question. Yes sir, Young Fellow! What do you want to know anything? You can tell me about Mrs namely in the Flint Rock Ranch Mrs, Gramley. Now, there is a woman for you on. They don't make that kind. These days noticed any change in her lately. Well I. Wouldn't want this to go any farther. I understand and I guess it depends on what you mean by lately I senior, but twice in the last year. We don't allow no visitors out there anymore, so I found out yesterday or nephew took a shot at me with the rifle. You don't see my, they are getting. You know of any reason for him acting that way. We swooped in funny going on out that ranch. What for instance good say? Like I was telling you only seen her twice, and she was different. Somehow it was like she was well breaking up. SORTA scared or something. Maybe I don't know I have a nephew by any chance walder. I'd say. About scared, she does or as upset at least maybe they're both geared is. What about the granddaughter? Susan she's scared to. Not, to happen all she strange enough all right, but the all neck himself wouldn't or on. What do you mean she's strange enough? You met her MR dollar for about three minutes yesterday afternoon. Enough. She strike you. As. One of the most honest kids I've ever met. Or else the cleverest ask. About the size. What do you think beach me? I have known and sedation was born. It's quite a family including that fancy wife of Waller's Hilda. What about her Just say she's too much for him. You follow me. Yeah, I think so yeah. They're all worried on edge. Either about the same thing or different things are pushed a driven you can. You can feel it. Pressure out there anything can happen. Maybe it already has. Maybe it'd happened three years ago. What do you mean? That was an auto accident three years ago on Mrs Greenlee Son and his wife Susan's parents. They were killed in it while by bye-bye got the mortgage filed? Here I wrote it up pretty complete when it happened. I WanNa look through those files later, but right now you want the story behind the story. If there is one that if there is I, don't know. I think you would if anybody would being a newsman. Just an accident. How did happen? Well. It was on the road to the ranch. Up there were winds through the bluffs. Rayton pitch-black. There'd been an argument back at the house from anti had a lot of arguments I guess. But Anyway Hilda got mad and left, took her car and headed for town. And while afterward, ed had all he could take, and he run up and jumped in his car. Susan tells me that was a habit of her father's. Whenever he lost his temper in an argument. Yeah, always get his car and drive like a demon got over. She also made a kind of strange mark, she said. They knew about it. I want you mean by that. You'll have to ask Susan what she meant. Jumped in his car that night and Mary winning. Trying to calm him down I guess. We. Come around that curve. He must have been doing sixty skidding half of control, and there was hailed his car parked on the Curve Square. His headlights may stride into full speed. Both cars roll over. The bank, caught fire and burned up in Mary were dead before the car stop. How did get on him? He wasn't there yet. A flat left her car parked and started back on foot. I, see, he was lucky. That's all. She sure was Mr Connors. Lucky. I took background at the Tribune into the outer office, and whatever the news stories on the deaths of Ed dream and his wife. I found nothing that will. Connors hadn't already told me shocking loss. Fine People's sudden accidents. I kept hanging up on that word accidents. I kept wanting to put a question mark after. I was so absorbed didn't even notice her come in until she spoke to me. Odd Are you following me Susan. Got Some copy for Mister Connors I. write articles for him. Sometimes you know clever kid and all that sort of. I see you took me seriously. figure. You didn't close paper fast enough. Now why would an investigator from the CATTLEMEN's Association be interested in an auto accident three years back. Suppose. You tell me because you're not an investigator for the CATTLEMEN's Association. Who Are you? Mr Dollar. I've got half a notional level with you Susan. Then, go the other half by leveling with you. and. He'll call the Association office in Reno this morning. They said they never heard of you imagine that. Mr Parks was out at the ranch just before I left. She asked him about you, too. He said he'd never seen or heard of you are seeing. He was lying though I can always tell when people are lying and they know it, too. That's why they're uncomfortable around me. Yeah I. Know What you mean. Look Susan did Mr Parks Talk to your grandmother. No, it was supposed to arrange for me to Syria about the accident. Maybe I'm not sure yet. I'm shooting in the dark. It's time somebody did. Where are you staying? Mr Dollar are the common. Okay I'll get it. Set up and call you there later. Get it setup. Sure fix things so that you can get in to see my grandmother. That's what you wanted as. Well. All right. Back to my hotel room and settle down the weights. A sixteen year old kid could manage what a bank president couldn't than me for the Juvenile League. What happened a couple of hours later, though wasn't exactly juvenile. Coming. You Busy Mr. Too busy. I don't believe I. Imagine you've heard of me during your Catlin this Gatien. Somehow you don't seem to fit with Kim. Compliment. I was version, but do I hit. I! Don't know yet Mrs Grammy. Now I'm beginning to Phnom. Cigarette thanks I'll stick with my own brand. Usually works out better that way. Thanks. My Cigarette Jas. I'm always getting gifts. Including a wedding ring I've got one. It's around someplace. Just so you don't forget where you left it. Couldn't wanted to. You wouldn't have a drink lady, which you? Randi I love Brandy. And gifts. And a lot of other things. Like money. Money's real. Nice, it's next to the best. What's the best. Excitement. See. Don't you think it's best? Well it depends. At least you're in the right spot for and so. Look. I haven't got any money. And I never give gifts. Brandy though. Visiting County. And then we'll talk. About. Excite. You. Know here's our start to tell you about tomorrow's intriguing episode of this week story tomorrow, a worried. All Lady shows her mettle. Gambler shows his hand, and the game gets tense, tight and a little bit frightening. Join US, won't you yours truly Johnny Dollar? Yours truly Johnny dollar starring. Bob Bailey is transcribed in Hollywood written by Les Crutchfield it is produced and directed by Jack Johnstone. Be Sure to join us tomorrow night, same time and station for the next exciting episode of yours truly. Johnny Dollar Roy role speaking. And there you have it part two of the five part years truly Johnny Dollar story the reasonable doubt matter as it was originally broadcast, may twenty ninth nineteen fifty-six. Thanks much for tuning in today and please do us a favor. visit the website classic Dot Stream. That is classic radio DOT stream there. You can find Classic Radio Theatre podcasts on demand. You could learn more about classic radio collecting and contact me. Oprah the contact here in from listeners. And also you can find our podcast anywhere. Find podcast served. I tuned speaker the iheartradio APP to search for USA Classic Radio Theater I Wyatt Cocks. Thank you for listening. Thank this station. Support the advertisers that does always telephone. A great radio shows back classic. Radio Theatre here on your favorite station and the USA radio, network. 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It's in, and we are joined tonight by a special guest You may have heard of her. She was recently nominated as the Libertarian Party. Presidential candidate Joe Jorgenson. Are you with us? I am thanks so much for having me for coming on the show so I, didn't watch the Ellen see zoom meeting fiasco that went on for several days, but ultimately did nominate president's or presidential candidate, so congratulations on that. Yeah so they knew what they were doing I'm here. Hijo, you're on with Aria and in here tonight by the way. I'M GOING TO MEET YOU YEAH! I'm a longtime. Libertarian Harry Brown Libertarian so when I was brought in. During the two thousand. Brown campaign and you were in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six as his running mate. Correct right right, so you just missed me. Probably, just a little too young at that time, but The Rabbit in. Your back now here's the presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party and we've been covering the libertarian candidates here on free talk. Live for as long as the show's been around which star it started in two thousand and two where we actually started on the same network that Harry Brown had his show on back when he used to do a radio show, so we actually used to be Harry's lead in so so allow on Sunday a lot of good history with with him, but So tell me real fast here before we get into questions from listeners, or or whatever are you more of a Harry Brown? Libertarian or Gary Johnson Libertarian. Can any because. growling. Harry Clone Okay what were you gonNa say I'm yeah I'm sorry. I Yeah I forget. There's two of you. Yes I am a Harry Brown clone. About Kerry. Is that he was. A very principled. He followed the platform, and he did not sacrifice liberty at all, and yet he had a very practical message. He explained to the American people why Liberty was in their best interest what they could get from it. Yeah, he really did. An Aria was trying to interject there that she doesn't know who Harry Brown is. I guess she wasn't around or paying attention. At at that time to the Libertarian Party was definitely not to to you. But I mean he was in my opinion, he was one of the greatest libertarian communicators that we've ever had period. He really did a great job of boiling it down to boiling freedom and liberty position on the issues down to their essence in a very short communicable ways, actually even wrote a book on how to address various different issues. People would bring up and address a very short manner, so if you like being interviewed by the TV or whatever news media having a short answer is important because you know. Know, they don't have a lot of time to put you on the air. So if you give a short answer as opposed to some long rambling treatise about liberty, you might get if it's a fifteen second answer, you might all fifteen seconds on, whereas if you give them a minute a half or two or three minutes, it's all going to get into the clip and step out of a thirty second answer or fifteen second esser with libertarian brushes, because they are complicated answers to what sound like very simple questions. Well Yeah and and let me mention Harry Brown was an investment guy, and he was really good I in the seven or eight minute answers that he learned that on the campaign trail. You need to distill it down and let me just mention. A lot of Libertarians knew him knew of him because of his book. Y Freedom doesn't work and knowing he wasn't what it was called. It was. I'm sorry I'm sorry. I'm how to find. Freedom. Yeah! I'm sorry. I'm from my titles. Yeah, how it found freedom in an unfree world. Damn combining two other book why government doesn't work. That was right, yes. Yes, and that was his campaign book and I know his campaign bookworm, because in the VP of debate, you know they had the third party of EP debate I held his book up a couple of times and kind of an inside story here when I was practicing the debate for the team for the campaign team and I held up the book, I actually held it up upside down or backwards or something, so what they did was they took two covers and put it on a book, so it didn't matter which way I held it. It would be the right side up, so an allotted people were kind of. Because the moderator kind of said well. We're not here to sell books and yet I did it again because I thought that the American people really needed to read why government doesn't work. Yeah, he's yeah. He's actually authored quite a few books that those are the two I know best. He has. I didn't want to spend the whole time talking about Harry Brown, but since you were his running mate I thought it was appropriate to ask. Ask You the question because the Libertarian Party for the last three presidential elections in my opinion has really at some miserably bad candidates I mean Gary. Johnson is a nice man I've met him in person. We've had him here in our studio. I, you know I donald dislike him personally, he just wasn't you know he couldn't really do a anywhere near as good of a job at communicating as as his predecessor Harry Brown had done. And of course before him, it was Bob Barr which arguably it was even worse than Than Carrie Johnson, so I think I think that it's nice to see the Libertarian Party. Moving in a more pro freedom direction by nominating you, but let's let's have you answer. This question Joe for people that are just tuning in for people that are be listening for the first time tonight. You know you're going to get this question a lot. Because still even after twenty years or so I've been doing advocacy and liberty outreach. People still don't know what is the libertarian. A libertarian as someone who wants to live a peaceful life who believes in voluntary associations and voluntary actions between people, and not a coercive actions, David Berg lend another Libertarian Legend said you can deal with people one of two ways, either through corrosion, and trying to force them to do something or through voluntary choice. which way do you want to do it? So at the federal government we have now. They're basically telling us. We'll kind of schools our kids should go to. They're telling us. Where are charity? Dollars should go. They're telling us what kind of healthcare we should have whereas in the libertarian. You would be allowed to keep your money and to make your own choices. Instead of letting the people government like Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi. Make those choices for you know I'd like to point yet and I think that's really important. Is We believe in individual liberty, but we also believe in the individual responsibility that goes along with that. You can't have the freedom without the responsibility without the accountability and what we have right now is no accountability in government and many individuals. Don't have accountability because of what the government's how they're running things. Okay, not you. You mentioned that libertarianism about living is about living in peace and without coercion. What role does the government play in a libertarian world? Well, ideally the Libertarian Party says we would have police courts in military, so the basics of government to just create safety that anything beyond that should be an individual's choice, so if you want your child to go to a school with religion fine. If you tried to go to school without religion fine, that should be your choice. You should be able to choose the kind of doctor whether we're talking a medical. Medical doctor or somebody WHO's an alternative healthcare person that we need to get rid of the one size fits all licensing for doctors, and really the one size fits all for everything whether it's religion education of the stores everything. Is it true your doctor? I think I heard that at some point Oh. Yes, I have a PhD in industrial organizational psychology, so some people would say it's not a real doctor. But I can assure you I understand the scientific method very well. Okay Great. Cool and I also teach it. Excellent yes, so I, mean you? You ran for vice president in one, thousand, nine, hundred six, and now here we are in the year two thousand. Were you doing doctorate? Doctor kind of work for the last twenty or so years so what she's been. I actually didn't begin the program. Until nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, I received my doctoral degree in two thousand two. Yeah during the VP campaign. I gotTA admit I'm nerdy libertarian like everybody else. I had a A. Job In the computer industry I owned a software duplication firm, and I could tell that that was going the way of the Buggy whip because the Internet was coming around and I got my Undergrad degree in psychology and I was always really interested in behavior. You know why people do what they do. And I was in my forties and I said you know what I'm going to go back and get that PhD. And thankfully I got it before the government flooded the market with all of their loan money, which meant that tuition skyrocketed you know my heart goes out to people who have to pay for a college education now because after what the federal government did to it. It's really hard to afford Joe hold. That thought. We're GONNA come back. You can stick with us. Ok thinks. 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Now Joe Johnson you mentioned prior to the break that the role of the government and Libertarian. Society would basically be you know the protection of the people police courts. And you mentioned military courts well. People aren't very happy with police right now. There's a lot going on with you. Know police just. Wantonly Murdering people what what is your take on the current situation of American affairs? And the. Police. Yes the Libertarian idea of police courts and military is a much smaller version and one of the problems right now that we have is how the federal government intrudes on the local jurisdictions, so if you think about crime that's more of a local issue, and when I talk about crime, I mean real crimes were there is a victim so somebody breaks into a house or somebody assault somebody. That's a real crime. know we're not talking. Drugs and sex worked and and and others were. There's not a real crime, but if you talk about breaking into people's houses, there's no reason why the federal government needs to get involved in that and what we have right now is we. We have the federal government basically militarizing the local jurisdictions. They're giving them military equipment. They're giving them training. They're giving the money and then creating these joint task force in which a local If you look at a local town, they would probably never on their own. Take their tax dollars and say yeah. Let's let's raise taxes, so we can buy a tank as raise taxes, we can buy some of this other equipment. They only get it because people give their money to the federal government, and and then the federal government says hey want some your money back, and they say yeah, sure okay, but the the police want demilitarized equipment. Sure. How do you curtail that? Well. I would suggest that the type of police officer which serves and protects is not interested in having a war with it. Citizens the the police officer who wants to do an honest job of helping people who have been victimized by burglars really aren't interested in waging war that basically we've got a new mindset, because the federal government has militarized the local forces. Okay but how do you change that? Well if I were President, the first thing I would do is I would stop Stop giving them things. I would stop giving the money to do it. I would get rid of all joint task force forces I would legalized drugs so that we would get rid of the reason for no knock laws. If you look at these horrific, no Nog laws in which innocent people are killed in the middle of the night for having done nothing at all, except maybe living in a house that the police got wrong address to I. I the only reason to have no knock laws as basically trying to find contraband in other words, something that is not hurting anyone. So if we were to legalize drugs and we don't have to worry about people being intruded in the middle of the night by either somebody dressed in some like super military outfit or plain clothes. You know that's part of the problem and believe that was the case in the recent Kentucky case in which the nine one one yet she was the emergency response. first responders she. had. People break into her house. Who looked like? They were criminals because they didn't have police uniforms on? Were the cops is what you're saying. They were the cops. They were the cops, and they had no business surprising her waken her up in the middle of the night with such an attack. So you mentioned ending the war on drugs. I'm just going to assume here that you mean all. Right you're including heroin methamphetamine and all of these other drugs correct. Absolutely because the problem isn't so much, the drugs, it's the drug prohibition. You know if we look at alcohol prohibition in the Nineteen Twenties. We got organized crime because of the prohibition, not from peaceful use of alcohol and what I point out to people is how often do you hear a liquor store owner who goes to a local school and Sells Jin on the school playground ourselves chicken in the halls of the high school. And how many times do you hear somebody breaking into somebody somebody's house because they have vodka habit to support. Support Young don't hear about that because it's legal, and I'd like to point out that Oh, and I should mention I've got a graduate certificate in Drug Addiction Studies, actually drug and alcohol studies so I understand that tobacco and alcohol is a lot more dangerous than marijuana. In fact, field joke goes at the only way you die from Marijuana Isabelle of it falls on your head. It's true. Police break into your house issue. I mean. That's another effective way of dying from it so I agree entirely things like crocodile and other drugs like that are entirely products of drug wars throughout the world. People can't get the safe legal stuff that they want. So they end up cooking up themselves. They write off their flash or you know. The government comes into their house and shoots them well. There is one one minor technicality Joe, and that is that you know as the president. Unfortunately, you can't just. You know unilaterally end the war on drugs. As much as we might like that to happen, they still probably will have to change some sort of law somewhere, but you could. In theory control the executive branch, so couldn't you basically order the DA to essentially stand down and do nothing until they get abolished. Yes you're absolutely right. I can't get rid of the laws. Do Mind if I back up just for. Mentioned again the problem with the illegality Milton. Friedman pointed out that if drugs weren't illegal, we would have never gotten crack. Cocaine base has economically. That wouldn't make sense. If if regular cocaine were sold like alcohol, it just wouldn't make sense to come up with purified form because economically it would be too expensive so once again. That's an and we've seen much more many more problems with the crack. Crack cocaine than with regular cocaine so That's just one more example of how it's the prohibition on the drug itself the crux, so what I would do is on the first day of offices. I would pardon all non violent drug offenders as well as other people who are convicted of a crime without a victim for instance, sex, work or simple gun ownership. Now that included Ross Olbrycht. Yes Russ over, Julian assange Edward Snowden S. all of them and also. I would tell the attorney general. You know what just stopped going after drug users because the minute you lock them up, I'M GONNA? Let them out now. Now, of course, that's at the federal level I can't do anything exactly at the state level except out have a bully pulpit, and if I were elected president than that would be a clear mandate that this is what the people want, and so I would urge the states to do the same, and here's the thing about politicians, or they're talking about congressman governors. They really liked their cushy jobs, and they know that in order to keep their jobs, they have to do with their constituents want and at their constituents. Put me in office then. That's a clear message of the direction. We need to head Joe. Do we have you for up to this whole hour? Is that the case tonight? I believe so I'm to be somewhere at eight, but I think the time. Talk on a little late to do you want more businesses accepting bitcoin cash and dash now with any pay, you earn passive income for every purchase at those businesses, finally a financial incentive to spread bitcoin cash and Dash. 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Place to donate, we could use your donations to try to spread the word, and unlike the a Gary Johnson campaign. We want to spend funds early so that we can get the ball rolling so that we can get other people. Into the mole into the movement, and so that they can learn about us, and hopefully we can grow exponentially not. Do you accept donations via Crypto? I've been asked that before I need to. I don't know if the FCC allows that I mean. Put it this way. If there's any way for a campaign to do it, I'm sure we would. Covering campaign. You know in Texas they would take donations in deer semen because they were worth got really because they were worth like ten thousand dollars a piece. You should talk to Darryl. W Perry about at Joe I know. He endorsed you at the Convention I. Imagine you're going to be seeing him tomorrow when you file for office. When he ran for president for years ago announced that he was going to be taking crypto currencies and violating FCC campaign law by not reporting it or something like that. Don't WanNa go to jail. But I'm saying that because I bet he's done the research, so he could probably answer the questions for you about like how you could do it if it's possible I think it is possible. You probably have to collect people's name and you know and their job in such, so let's get to the Libertarian Litmus test issue here that this is the Biggie I think immigration are you for immigration, freedom or you for immigration, bureaucracy and rules and mandates. I wonder where you stand on this. One open the borders. In fact, three of my grandparents are immigrants. And they came over before we closed our borders. A lot of people don't realize that we basically had open borders until the nineteen twenties and we didn't have any problem. Yeah, there wasn't as I understand that there wasn't even a passport until World War Two. Yeah. Something like that and we have no problem at all. Hardworking people wanted to come to the country and our and forget about the fact that we're helping these people who come to our country, our country becomes more economically vigorous. Our country benefits from immigrants. I totally agree so. You're for free and open borders correct. Absolutely awesome. Here's another one so during previous campaigns that we're not your campaign. The candidates hadn't been very good at talking about the basics of liberty like the non aggression principle, what is the non aggression principle, and will you be discussing that concept during your campaign and say media interviews in such? Well might discuss it with a libertarian audience met. My goal is to reach non Libertarians or rather to reach American voters who either never heard the party or just don't realize they're libertarians yet I think that we've got all the people in the party who love Liberty for Liberty Sake, and of course I'm one of them I, joined the movement in one thousand, nine hundred. Hundred seventy nine, but I think a lot of the other people out there. They need to be explained how liberty is the best answer how it can work practically. No, no, I. Totally Agree I. Guess my question was. You won't have a problem broaching the subject, though right like you know what the non aggression principle is. Can you just define it for for our audience? Well, there are many different ways but I would say that my right to punch my fist ends within a few inches of your face would be one example but basically you have the right. To live your life really as long as you don't. You're not aggressing upon somebody else's rights. So essentially that it is immoral to commit aggression. Against others. It's wrong to hit PS. Yes go unless you're. flips. Yeah, yeah, what does the t shirts say something like Don't steal things. Don't hit people. This is right I mean the thing is. It's preschool stuff, but unfortunately that's where we're at with. with society is. We're still trying to help. People remember the things that they learned when they were three years old that you don't any in fact if I. IF I can interrupt, you said Preschool and basically what we have is the federal government is like the third grade bully whose bullying up on us in the preschool and you know they're stealing our lunch money, and then they're bribing us with our own lunch money and they're spending it how they want to. Here's another question. I think somebody suggested this in the Chat I. Already had it in my notes as well. But how do you feel about Secession Joe? That's a that's a question. You didn't get asked in Nineteen ninety-six. No secessionist state what state, so let's say New Hampshire. Wanted to say goodbye, so know call it a day just like we did back when the king was in charge, New Hampshire I believe it was the first, if not one of the first two declared their independence from from the king, and so if New Hampshire were to declare its independence even during your administration. If if you were elected would you stand in the way of that, or would you give your support? Yeah I I'd like to point out that I live in south, Carolina and state. That's. The session. At a later point. But under my administration I don't think any state would want to leave. But what if it is, is they? I wouldn't be taking their money and. Them to do things that I want to do so they get it back I. Mean you look at why states want to leave? You know one of my favorite examples is Elizabeth goal. She basically took money in Through the federal government, she was transportation secretary in the nineties, and then she told the state's Yoshi dangled their money back and said here you go. If you want your money back. If you want your highway funds, you're GONNA raise the drinking age to twenty one, and when I was in college most well many states at least where I went to school the drinking age was eighteen, and of course I think if you're old enough to fight and award, lose your life, you're. You're old enough to drink a beer, but we would have states who could make that choice, but basically the federal government used extortion so that they all moved to twenty one okay Joe I don't want to be the combative one hair, but you didn't ask the question what? Did want to secede under your presidency. I would have to think about that a little more drink. Again I can't imagine they would want to. But we are the fifty states, and I'm a proud American. I suppose as a libertarian. I would have to allow them to leave, but like I said I you then you get into the territory of you know what if Martians land so again. Session is pretty unlikely. That what you're saying there. Session has happened. It has happened that's. Pitted, but it has happened under tyrannical rule, and I would have that won't remembers. Some people want to be under tyrannical rule so you may actually have the people of California the people of California may say this. Joe She is just way to freedom loving. We WanNA have tyranny. We want to be have all our money stolen from US and given to a Central Command and control structure and we. The Californians are going to leave the United States. By you know, you're not gonNA roll in tanks, you. Would you feel sad about it, but you'd let go. Well, we'll let me say. I have a different feeling towards California than I. Do New Hampshire? They're not the lift for your Dystopian. That's quite the opposite. Now you're going to the black lives. Matter candlelight vigil tonight. Is that correct? Yes okay. Ka Let's see. Let's talk about that a little bit here. Because obviously this whole situation with the police and the others, riots and things like that in the streets landed into them, and I have to ask you real quick Joe do black lives matter. yes, they do and I understand the frustration. What a lot of people don't realize is we have we've had institutionalized racism? Up until actually pretty recently, you know a lot of people we look back at Rosa Parks who refused to sit in the back of the bus and everybody treated her as a hero. Joe We're going to be back in. Just a moment can get further into that. This is talk if you have questions for Dr. Joe Jorgenson. Give us a call. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three, eight, five, five, four, five, zero, free as in free talk live. Are you afraid to go to the mailbox because a letter after letter from the IRS? 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Candidate you'RE GONNA have to hold till the next hour and then we'll put you on the air. You can talk about anything. Yeah, and if you do have a question, the best place to put that forward at discord dot, freetalklive dot com just put it there in the text and pink, one of the show host, and we'll see it her website again. J., O. J., twenty twenty DOT com. You can go there and learn more about her campaign, which is literally just kicking off. I think she got the nomination. Weekend or like the weekend before last, so it's a pretty fresh thing, and it's exciting to have an actual sounding pretty principled advocate of liberty behind the Libertarian party's presidential nomination, so Joe, I want to thank you for for running and I'm glad to see you got the nomination. The Second Amendment. would be a good topic because of a previous presidential candidate vice presidential candidate for. Party were Kinda weak on that one. They were built a bit milk. Toast Joe. Do you think any restrictions on the rights of an individual to bear weapons should be in place at the federal level or even the state level for that matter, but let's focus on the federal levels. You're running for president and not governor. Right, now there should be no restrictions on the Second Amendment, and I am a proud gun owner and I've owned a gun for many many years few decades. Are you a member of the BEAR NUKES CAUCUS? I know. Right I mean if we're talking about the right to bear arms here would that not include the right of an individual to own nuclear west? Somewhat argue it it. It doesn't include that because those put people in danger simply by existing. What do you think joe? I guess it depends on how dangerous of the neighborhood you live in but currency. We get back to. Mayor possess mayor. Possessions of things typically should not be a crime because there is no victim now of course, if you use it against somebody than absolutely, but no, I you know recently the red flag laws where somebody can basically have their right to. Own and bear an arm. Be taken away without a full trial is just you know even even with the trial is just it goes against everything. The Second Amendment stands for. So. Let's talk briefly about the event. You're going to as soon as you hang up with us here. Basically, you're going to park in Manchester. Believe North Manchester I. Forget what it's called. They're having a candler Park Star Park. They're having a candlelight vigil tonight. I went to the black lives. Matter event on Saturday. It was entirely peaceful in Manchester well over a thousand people at that particular bat, and so I think that I'm hoping this is also going to be a peaceful event. It will obviously be at at nighttime. It's starting here in just a just a short bit. Of course. It's a candlelight vigil, so you would expect There's been some apparently some rumblings on social media. People who want to do some sort of property, destruction, or whatever obviously some people think that could be agents provocateur from the police, or who knows maybe some ANTIFA members so you? You know who knows what this is going to be like I to say. Kudos to you for being willing to go out. This is definitely not something that you will see the mainstream Republican Democrat candidates going to. Do. The organizers know that they're going to have a presidential candidate present, and are they aware and do they support that, or are you just going to show up? They probably are not aware, but yet you make a good point. We need to distinguish between the peaceful protesters and the rioters, and oftentimes if you watch these things, the writers are not peaceful protest. They are people who are hijacking a noble cause for their own good yeah. We could say the same thing about the Boston Tea Party and the American Revolution. Okay, I'm not trying to follow. The the implication is that writing bad protesting good and I would say that they they are two sides of the same coin well, rioting is bad because it usually entails the destruction of private property. And that's what we're seeing happening in cities across the United States, an JOE is. Target that was funding that police station in Minneapolis that burn that was working with them on facial recognition software and things like that target was doing that well. Yes, the headquarters of target in the United. States and they've been. They were funding that police station Furlan Tissa, purpose I highly doubt that that was what motivated those people to break into the target because. Because the same crew also destroyed the autozone, the RB's there was a local liquor store, a local bookstore, local Indian restaurant, and a myriad of other places that were literally torched and burned to the ground. people so most of it seems fairly indiscriminate to me. What about they? Riot against the police stations then if it was just limited to police stations? Yes so if you watch they relieving with things like TV's. It didn't look like they were going after anything. philosophically bad that they thought it was. They were going after Ofri. Free TV. You know now what a free TV has to do with an innocent man being killed is now beyond me, but basically these are opportunists who are hijacking the movement and their detracting from it. Yet about writing and burning down at the police station did that detract from the movement or was that justified? Oh I think that any destruction of property is wrong and as far as a police station I again you can go after it lawfully or lawlessly, and I prefer to go after it lawfully. That's why I'm running for president. That's why encouraging people to vote so I would like to have a peaceful revolution to the ballot box as opposed to using the same force at the government is using against us. What are you going to do this year Joe? Because things, it's always hard for libertarians to get any kind of media attention period. That's just a given, but now in this you know Cova. Craze situation where people have lost their minds over fear surrounding this you know, flu, cold thing or whatever? There's a lot of people who aren't even going to be leaving their homes. There may be restrictions on debates and things like that. It's obviously a challenge for Libertarians to even get into the debates. Are you going to be approaching your campaign differently as a result of this and do you have a plan to try to get into the debates? Oh of course, we'd love to be in the debates Gary. Johnson got to thirteen point six percent, so he got very close, and of course, many of the states are pretty much. Shut down, so I'm doing a lot of it remotely, but I would like to point out I've got a much better background than Joe Biden has. At least in this case. Is Pretty much campaigning from. What looks like is it looks like the corner. So you're going out tonight to a public event, which is exactly so Kudos. So we're on more equal footing than usual I would. Plus Joe, Biden can't put two sentences together, and I've heard that the the remote zoom conferences. He's tried to have been absolute disasters, even even Democrats have said that his attempts that having a remote campaign have been just dismal well. I imagine I show has no video clips of her. You know I imagine learn about roaches from black kids in the swimming pool, stroking her life. And I did see one of those video video clips, and it was so it was hysterical. He walks in with this sunglasses and I think in the videotape is kind of wall, making noises and stuff, and it looks like a high school project and I think even at one point he goes. is a time to check my sunglasses off, yeah. He's got a handlers kind of like the you know high school acting. You know we're. We're doing the first run through the first dress, rehearsal or something Joe. Is there anything that you think we should've asked you about tonight that we didn't? I think maybe a good question is. Should I vote Libertarian and my answer is absolutely the question I asked people is. Do you want smaller government, or do you want bigger? Government and people rarely say they want bigger government, so my answer is well. If you don't want bigger government than stop voting for it, you're wasting your vote. If you're voting for a Democrat or Republican, because you're just going to get even bigger government and I'd like to point out that a lot of people voted for trump. Because at thought, he was an outsider and he would do something different surprise. Yeah exactly surprise. And so even trump who didn't have twenty thirty forty years of political favors to return. Even he couldn't make government smaller, so trump couldn't do it then you can see that it's impossible for any Republican to do so if you're one of the many fine, Republican voters who truly want smaller government, the only place to go is Libertarian Party? I don't know if I want more Republicans. The Libertarian Party but. And there's a lot of Democrats who are not happy with. Joe Biden as well. Obviously, the Bernie. Supporters are going to be looking at options. Clearly, we don't know who the green. Party's going to put up yet, but yeah I agree with you, Joe. If people care about freedom, there are no other. There's no other choice. Yeah and let me point out. A lot of people think that we are spoiler for elections. Actually we tend to draw just as many people from the Democratic Party as the Republican Party. Elections but still overwhelmingly it comes from independence or people who typically don't vote. Joe I'll look forward to seeing you in the morning. I'll be at the state. House I hear your filing for office and have fun at the Blm candlelight vigil and thanks for coming on Free Talk Live. Eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three three. Give us a call talk about whatever is on your mind. That's eight, five, five, four, fifty, free as in freedom. Remember when you first heard about bitcoin. How long did it take to realize this little project? Which soon changed the world? You kind of wish you got involved sooner. Well now is your chance to be part of the next Revolution Immunity Inter coin is working to finally make crips. They'll go mainstream. 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Call in and talk about whatever is on your mind that toll-free numbers, eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three three, and with you tonight it's Aria. CONAN's. So I'm. Here, now go here eight hour, so governors as Trump wants to the way we ask Conan to stay home for the first hour because we are expecting Jones to be in the studio, but turned out. That didn't work out, so I was concerned. You didn't want me asking the questions. Are you lizard? Duty really work for what's up. Tell me more maybe if we have her back. You can ask the weird stuff well. As I mentioned out there I only found out at like six o'clock that it was going to zoom meeting thing, and at that point I didn't WanNa Change Your plans. Spur of the moment I figured you'd probably going to be busy anyway, so. So governors I keep getting sidetracked. Trump wants to invoke the insurrection act dame, which would supposedly allow him to put troops in the streets. Yes, and the the thing about posse comitatus. We're told is that you know the the military? Military isn't allowed to act as a police force in the United States, however, if trump says there's an insurrection, then he's allowed to do that right so basically. They can do anything they want to do. Is we saw during the Cova crackdown? States across the United States just completely destroyed the economy shutdown. people's ability to make a living for themselves and arguably they shouldn't have been able to do that, but they did it anyway. And wanted it, and the people not only did. They want it, but everyone else's let him get away with it, and as far as military in the streets. Guess what? The majority, according to this particular poll Breitbart actually want it. And it only makes sense I mean. Look at all the people who want people stay at home. Want wearing masks one of the states you WANNA. Stay quarantine for another month or two, or wherever however many years what people who wanted the quarantine are the same ones out protesting now and the same ones who were protesting the quarantine are sitting at home, shaming the protesters now, and what military in the streets to combat the people there the anti-tribal the people they're against the people out protesting the left. It's tribes fighting each other, and now they're back and forth. They both want authoritarian rule over each other. They want they both want to take each other's rights away from them because they think they know best. Yes, and they don't seem to have these self awareness to realize that if the other side loses their rights, then so do they direct? You give a little. Give up a little bit, and you never get back. The National Guard may be out there marching in the streets. But if the right to assembly protest had been as aggressive, is the word I would use as these. Protests throughout the nation, these rights throughout the nation in the national, guard would bit marching, then from what I'm told by the way, the National Guard is moved into Manchester New Hampshire for tonight's. Vigil supposed to be a candlelight vigil, but there's been some buzz on social media, suggesting that violence may be happening during or after the vigil now whether that has anything to do with the people at the vigil is a whole other question, because just because somebody says something on social media doesn't mean it's going to happen in real life, and they could very well be agents that worked for the government. Trying. To Gin up conflict and destruction, because they want to have the excuse to come in and crack some heads. Keep Your eyes out for piles of bricks around Manchester. That's another room. We're told there's already at least one Palo breaks in Manchester really from the the thirsty something take. No, no got a picture of it in Manchester. Imagine Chester. Yes, and by the way that overwhelming the thirsty moose is that it is the thirsty something I can't remember the animal that over overwhelming majority of folks who want military in the streets they want national guard a smaller percentage. Want the actual military Military. There weekend. Warriors they. They're not good military here. Able running around with empty magazines and whatnot. They don't know what's up. That's not what I've heard rumor. Has it the National Guard does not have empty magazines on this particular deployment. But. They have some sort of non lethal rounds in the in those magazines, but they do not have empty magazine so. What neither do the people of New Hampshire that's true, which is why I? Don't think that that's why I don't think riots like we've seen in these other places are as likely to happen. Manch or maybe all of new. Hampshire may be Nashua North Boston, but but not around here not here, not not in Manchester Thinking Manchester Yeah, at least judging by what happened on Saturday. I was at the black lives. Matter event on Saturday. It was entirely peaceful. There was there were two arrests, but it wasn't anyone at the protests. What happened was apparently there were a couple do bags in a truck that drove up or some kind of vehicle that drove up like flashed a gun and threatened like brandished a gun in a threatening manner at some of the protesters. I don't know what they said. I didn't read the details on the story, but they those two were arrested. So, it was actually the police actually did their job in that particular case, and like when after somebody, who was threatening violence and the thing about New Hampshire is you just don't know which store owners have guns? That's it. In a home. Oh, don't then you see these memes about were coming for the recovering from suburbia next becoming Out here. Are All fabricated. That's people on the right who are trying to make no, no. Not. I was watching the Unicorn riot channel and they were talking about that. Oh. Yeah, they're talking about doing it the protesters. Some of them were talking about what they don't realize is. Here's the other one. Pick for pig owners, of course. We know if you've ever seen snatch. Don't mess with pig owners because those guys you up. The movie, the movie okay well. I'm talking about pigs actually consuming. Large. Well, guess what chickens do to so. Don't come to my house really. In considering I can't shop at tractor supply anymore. Consume an entire body I. have forty something chickens. Okay, they'll take care of you. I have to help them. A little bit I gotta gotTa. Chop you up a little bit, not unlike a pig. They'll go out you. But I and I and I did hear norm letting them know letting the protesters out there. No, don't come. Don't come Makina Hampshire. suburbia. I'm of in the woods I I understand it. There was an eighteen year old. He was arrested Concord for actually trying to rile up. In start some protests on interesting just just day, I'm trying to find. Conquered but Manchester. There was nobody there was no in from. The protest was arrested, so they were trying to start. They were trying to rile up protesters into what were they were inciting riots presumably correct okay? Starting pile of bricks as well yeah I I have I'm optimistic for New Hampshire as far as it continuing these protests continue to be nonviolent. I wish I could be there tonight. I understand that a lot of people are probably afraid of going to this particular event because of all the hubbub that is surrounding it there are apparently a lot of national guardsmen that have come into town, and you know so. The feds are interested obviously in what's going on here. I understand why people would want to avoid it I. would of if I wasn't here on the show I would avoid Manchester tonight, but I would. I would be inclined to avoid Manchester night, but I would also go to the candlelit vigil against my own better judgement written. Whatever that's worth. I just don't think that there's going to be bullets spraying everywhere at the candlelight vigil I think that's going to happen I. mean anything's possible, but this is New Hampshire. People here. They must know that people have guns unless you're like brand new and you just came in here at your first day. You have no idea if you've been around New Hampshire for a while, you're going to start seeing people with guns open. Carry them regularly. Yeah, in their daily lives I mean there's not a whole lot of. That that goes on, but it does happen, and it's also not uncommon to see people concealed carrying kind of incidentally reveal it right like so not like they were intending to flash their weapon, but like I remember being at a Chinese restaurant like a buffet and some guys like taken off his jacket, and you could see his his gun then when he did that, there was another guy who was I was in a parking lot. He gets out of his car with a gun in his hand and puts it in his. You know, puts it in his belt or whatever? That's me by the way. So you just Kinda see those things up here, so if the National Guard is Manchester that would mean Sununu requested them to be there probably is what that means, yeah! Because I, mean they? They don't just show up. So it's not too surprising as soon as sex as you said earlier, Michigan is reopening yet. You Ha- shirt, just as they do to work at the behest of the governor, right? That's correct tyrant. 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You can learn more at divvy project dot org this. Project DOT ORG now. Let's go to the phones. We got Brittany calling from. Massachusetts Brittany your free freetalklive. How's it going, guys? Hey, what's on your mind? So last night I called in the last couple minutes of the show and I said that the you know trump pad basically. Stated that there was a seven o'clock curfew nationally, which was wrong, and that the announcement had happened way later than it actually happened I was watching it through social media APP and I thought that it was live. And the way that he said I thought that he was. You know making it, so that was the national curfew, but it wasn't and that was misinformation I feel like in this time. It's incredibly important to say things that are true and I was talking about the DC curfew which begins at seven PM. Yep exactly and so I. WE watched it and was like I just I just put my information on the radio and I did and I feel horrible, so I wanted to call in and say that I'm sorry and that that won't happen again because when it comes to controversial information so important that it's accurate and. The connection, but I mean it's very easy to pass along information that you believe is false, somebody and win. The president of the United States says something about a national curfew. It's understandable to to assume that he knows what he's talking about didn't use the term national from lander. I didn't watch. National he was just talking about. A curfew will be put in place immediately, but he was talking about DC and obviously he's not a good spokesperson so right. Didn't he also say that the military is being deployed to DC specifically. Yes right, he did so. He's threatened to put the military in the streets in the rest of the the. He says if the if the governor's don't quote, dominate the streets with their police that he will do it by sending in the military with this whole insurance insurrection act that you mentioned that the federal government is essentially threatening to invade state statement. I love that because guess what state government, hopefully, at least for the states that I believe in for instance New Hampshire. We'll stand up and say well. You can go screw yourself because. Virginia new. York Pennsylvania and Delaware have already turned down requests from down. Defense Secretary to send in the national. Guard and Cuomo says he's going to say thanks, but no thanks interesting exactly so these are democratic. Apparently Well regardless of what party they're in. They're standing up against the federal government, and this is what we want. This is what our people want. But if it was a democratic president, who was threatening get. Different questions right now. It could be like play for socialism which I don't fucking under. Oh my God. We let you go there I dropping. Can't say that on the radio. That's too bad. I was GONNA ask her why she's still in Massachusetts. She sounds like she's way too cool. Yeah, for Massachusetts. Only catch the f-bomb so glad you did. It's only a skip hop in your appear with the with the cool cats. And she called last night. She said she was from Palmer I got arrested Palmer. Once at the town hall throw. Out, about a decade ago, we're doing something legitimate for sure recording video, yeah! They arrested while they used to. Kane for that, didn't they know they've never have arrested someone for recording video townhall? Okay, just courthouses. And even that did help courthouse, yeah! All right well as I was talking about, some of these governors have already said that you know. They've been offered National Guard troops and they've turned them down. I don't understand how they're offered national. Guard troops, because don't they have control over the National Guard? The governor's isn't that how that works well. Is it there the state national guards and the federal national thing so I'm pretty sure you have the reserve in the National Guard right. So individual states I'm aware have your own national guard, which a silly which are controlled by the governors from what I understand, but there's some sort of federal component involved in that. As, well I see yeah I miss read. They turned down requests from defense. Secretary Mark Asper to offer national. GUARD TROOPS TO HELP WITH SECURITY IN WASHINGTON DC! So meaning they wanted the defense secretary wanted the states to send their national guard DC and they said no okay okay, which is still good. And it could be better. So unfortunately, yeah I've got this entire article backwards and it's no longer worth discussing. Yeah, that's all right we do have that story a Conan. You've got the the guy who were saying was in. Concord got arrested since misspoke. It was Manchester where the event is taking place this evening. And if you think of you think the authorities are not monitoring, you Even for thought, Crime think again today. Nineteen year old was arrested in new, Hampshire after his facebook post invited people to protest racism, police brutality by tipping police cars and spraying graffiti, authorities, said Daniel on yet is being held on preventative detention his arraignment Tuesday in Manchester, Circuit Court on criminal threatening charge. This is a dumb as those people you see who rob banks and then post with the stolen money for selfies. Oh Yes, book, YOU IDIOT! Manchester Post at friends. Only the government can and will access anything you post publicly on facebook. These are the same clowns or walking through the grocery store. licken groceries are trying underdog on Nuremberg Dod when instagram and the whole thing and thinking nothing's GonNa come back and bite him or the ones that eating the ice cream lick in the ice cream and putting it back on the shelf. This is just it's a whole new generation of I got I got to get my fifteen minutes I don't think. There are idiots and every generation yet, but this is, but this is. Is. They're trying to highlight it they. Their Egos are so huge. They want that fifteen minutes. They want the whole world to know that they're an idiot. Whereas everyone else is just kinda. Idiots on their own time. I don't think that this person was seeking fame I think this person was of course. I tend to believe the best in people, so I think he's probably genuinely seeking the change that he desires is police, accountability, or whatever I don't know what he wants and nineteen year old white kid in New Hampshire I mean what is. He got to be honest. There's plenty to be upset about. Even if he's ten years, old is understandable to be upset about the police murdering people. Already, had your friends arrested by the time you were nineteen for various. By the time I was eighteen. This kid looks like we're whereas Ashland. That kind of community is that? anyways, Manchester Police became aware of the facebook post that encouraged criminal acts and asked people to take examples from riots and other cities on Saturday according to the Manchester. Police Department a joint investigation led by Manchester Police with the assistance of the new, Hampshire state, police, Ashland police and the FBI determined at the post originated from a home in Ashland in that zero on. 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Maybe he's not real. That's all fake news. That's why he got caught right there because he's not with the other nineteen year olds using telegram and instagram stopped Celli Graham does not a thing. Is it yeah really kind of but for totally different purposes? Okay, what does that mean? They're not in it for the privacy reason really. It's more of a decentralized chat platform and chat groups and things like I wouldn't call a decentralized. True. It's all run on the telegram servers, but it's very similar to snapchat accepts snapchat. Everything's temporary well. The group group chats are permanent. Okay step, but. I'd always heard snapchat was the thing like that was the thing where the young people? Let's take facebook. Okay Tiktok. I tried to I tried to talk once, and there was a trucker who had a pretty good channel. He told him you know some good jokes. Okay, and where does where does instagram wasn't worth standing in the whole realm of things? Do they use that? yeah, they do. It's mostly people posting self fees and pictures of cakes and crap that they made in vacation photos i. mean that's where most of these social influencers are is instagram, so there's your first mistake Daniel. You shouldn't have been on face face. All the Karens reported you well. He certainly shouldn't have been on the Internet suggesting that people should go out and physically turnover police cars, and whatever else it was, he was advocate. I I have I have no doubt he's in some group probably with the words Dank in it and. And, that's all they do is post memes about this mean? I'm in a bunch of those are some of my favorite groups by the way isn't the I, don't know if you read this before him, I might have missed you saying it but I saw one of these headlines about this young man saying that he said it was a joke. It's not in this report. I'm. Sure when the police arrest you for saying. Your first response to that was a joke. Yeah, I mean it doesn't sound I mean that's not funny. Right like to say. Go to tell people to go and cause a riot. That's not like there's not a funny thing to do. There's no joke there, unless unless like. I said he's in these groups that he wakes up and he's in the first fifty post. He sees as nothing but. Added riot APP aftermath in people joking about it, and he's like I could do this I could add to the fun, and he starts posting on his own on his own You know timeline and. Like it sounds like attract him by his public IP addresses. What is house because they tracked him to his house, they didn't just say oh well, this is this person's facebook account. So this is obviously it is. It sounds like he did at least use a sock puppet account. I'm assuming that, but they had to evolve the state police and the FBI, and all of that then it wasn't just some cop scrolling through facebook. Say Oh, this kid just posted this. We should go arrest them. It sounds like they had to do a little bit more work than that so maybe. It clearly not a VPN but definitely a sock puppet account would be what I would think, so he did at least had that level of sense. But that's not much sense. Do you know if he was charged federally or under State Statutes. Not Clue Yeah because there are federal statutes according to what I've found here on the, Internet's about inciting a riot so there there could have been. This could be federal charges. I'm not sure they are looking for the strongest penalties allowed by law, whatever those this nineteen year old kid who unwisely posted something on the Internet, meanwhile there are actual people who are actually out there burning things down, not new. Hampshire, that we not yet know. Hopefully and hopefully it doesn't come to that, but yeah. Seem to be likely to come here New Hampshire well. They're apparently now. There's a rumor and a photograph that you showed me Aria of people. If somebody posting a photo online claiming to be Manchester new, Hampshire looking out what appeared to be some storefront windows at a place called the thirsty Moose. I don't think it's related to the thirsty owl, which is a bar here in keene, but the thirsty Moose bar in Manchester apparently has multiple pallets of bricks, sitting out in front of it now web true. Statement or not or the photo is legit or you know. What's the photo taken? Six months ago, or was it taken today? It would seem to be relatively easy to verify this. If somebody is in Manchester and knows where this restaurant is, they could go by there. If we can get smooth aground, whoever there right now it'd be really nice they are. There's about four five pallets. Pallets just kind of haphazardly laying out there in the middle of the street. It doesn't look like Y- The way that a business construction team would lay him out nice and straight, and maybe even stacked on top of each other. These are just kind of laying out there in the middle of the street. WHO's delivering these exactly who's paying for it? Maybe? George, Soros or Something and who is paying to truck people into bus these protesters in from other states. because. That's happening as well. Well I didn't when I was didn't Manchester on Saturday for the black lives matter protests that happen there. Obviously I didn't interview the whole crowd, but I didn't see anybody getting on or off buses. That doesn't mean that that didn't happen. I didn't notice that happening. There were certainly some people there from Massachusetts, but it's not hard to get here from Massachusetts and this great argument for why we shouldn't have A. U N military when you're actually shipping. Foreign soldiers onto foreign soil to enact. Policies on another another you know government another country. This is the same thing if you truck in if you bus people from out of state. Of course they're not gonNA. Feel the pain if if they if they're burning down someone else's autozone. If it was their own, they might, they might take a step back, but you bus you bust foreigners in and. That's that's a good tactic. If you WANNA actually a cause destruction like this. You get you get other. You get the other team in. It I can't disagree, but I don't like the the concept of foreigners non foreigners well I mean it's. Of course we're talking about imaginary boundaries, but yes, that is the way people work has humans. Work is always a is always going to be that team versus team mentality in it's I. You know I like competition. I like a good competition. sometimes to. You know to to to spice life up a little bit. Some people take it way too damn far where they're sitting there flipping cars after the game they lost or won because they're you know. What are these footballers in in England where they call themselves the? the hooligan hooligans. They're out there. I, mean they take it way too damn far. We've got some footballers in this country. You take away too far. Just saw that after the Stanley Cup victory remember now who won but somebody one and there were riots and I'm sure there are riots somewhere after every super bowl. It's more of a sports hooliganism problem than anything. Because at that generally doesn't happen in a boxing. Even though boxing is a sport, let me. Rephrase that whole thing. How many largely a football for Gulf rights have you ever seen? But football and hockey both are fairly aggressive sports, so it kind of makes sense. Yeah, but you wouldn't see that when tiger. Woods are Insert Golfer because I don't pay any attention, golf loses whatever it is that they compete for I. Don't know any of these sports. Barham sports ball terms thrown at me. This is all alien to me. Fell four anti. Golfer, I know is tiger woods, so it's all I know. 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This is free. Talk Live Radio that you control. You can call and talk about whatever is on your mind. That toll-free number is eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three three, and with you tonight. It's REO CONAN and IAN and we're talking tonight about the various protests, the government's responses to these protests and the one happening here in one not here in, but very near to hear a Manchester where allegedly. Someone has placed several palace of bricks outside of a particular bar somewhere near the the park where the candlelight vigil is supposed to be happening. In addition, there has been a social media buzz for the last. I don't know how long about something big happening tonight in Manchester and we're told the National Guard has is in Manchester in order to respond to whatever may or may not happen. I've heard that. From multiple people although thirsty moves is not near Stark Park at all start park, which is where the the vigil is supposed to happen is two point two miles from the thirsty moves. That is not easy walking distance for your typical. Loser who's going to participate in some sort of violent action? Yeah, for sure well, let's go to the phones. We've got Larry calling from Indiana Larry. You're on free talk. Live just to be clear. Thirsty is downtown Manchester, and the park is like North Manchester. So, we're so. Is there anything around this parkers, just trees and stuff? I think it's a residential area. I've ever seen it myself. War To want to cause a lot of destruction. Burned down you actual storefronts and all the bricks are probably in the right place. That's correct. Go ahead Larry. They are now using the black people games this. They're using US I mean. It's just a as embarrassing to watch when these people get confronted about what they really want. They don't want anything. They're just out there for that of it, so I just think this whole thing is phony. And I. Think there's something to get away from the corona virus farce that has led us into that thing, but what is still a city about a guys his? They are doing good to do a giant transfer of wealth and money from the people that were making it a little bit. They're gonNA take the rich people are gonNA. Take all the money off the table through foreclosures, and there's GonNa be a tremendous amount of homeless people who cannot make their rent, and it's just the way of getting around a lot of people, so people are definitely. GonNa let it. Colored People. Are So childish and I'm calling myself not a fair thing to say. Look? People I mean maybe that's been your experience, but that's not been my experience with. I know you can't say that, but I don't. Like it, all sounds like Larry. It almost sounds like you're. Chris well would say right like you're putting. All? These people in one group and it's not fair I mean these are individuals. Some people may be childish, but others are not. Are you child? I. Don't know. More night, but no, but the only black person who's not childish by your own definition. I don't know, but anyway. Here's what happened. At the governor's mentioned. There was some people protests in downtown on the circle right so they marching all the way up to forty sixth street, which is about maybe a five or six miles right when they get there. The one guy that was leading the thing on to bullhorn and everything he went over there and May France with the police officers, and wanted them to walk with him and They may friends right, so they were probably too tired to do. Anything at the governor's mentioned but it. It was so stupid. The one thing that he asking is what do you want? They don't know what they want. I mean you go out and protests, and you don't even know what you want, and even if they give it to you, you can't receive because like I said on your program before the Still Rights Act of nineteen sixty four. That's what they always bring up and bring up Martin Luther King and he's the one that destroyed the black man. In America, he destroyed. Our communities are fledgling businesses are segregated school at that time were moving. Larry, let me. With a few questions being a libertarian. If somebody were to ask me at a protest, I wanted what I be able to give them a quick fifteen to thirty second answer, no! Like man, you're going to have to read decades of authors talk. About what I want and it's to be. Years to really understand what worldview I have in my head that I want to see here in reality I mean I. can it up in fifteen seconds and the police state peace on earth boom. There you go, that's what I want. They didn't have a list. That's the that's the fallacy and I think they've got. Our downtown boarded up. All our restaurants are. Not going to be opening back. Yeah. Could go back out to eat. Want to go back down. Have a mill, but she's got what my favorite restaurant tonight. That, they're not going to open back up and You know what's going to be the long lines at the draft steep through soundless anything. They want to sell us, and we'll be that right there lop it up so Americans are and you know I will say that because you guys are Caucasians right. I. Don't know what that means. You're white. You're white. I am not from the caucus region that. On on. I'm like ten percent Jewish. Okay well. You don't understand what I'm talking about. So Sunday they're using a black man, and you look at George Wallace that the black man is GonNa Destroy. America, he's about just using. You thank you so much for the call. I can't allow this. This racist not says to continue. If you didn't say that you are black, I would've kept chopped. You're caller. Go Self Painting, yeah! But like if you. Allow a person who stated they were white to sit there and say such horrific things about other demographic, but I think I. Think what I'm what I'm hearing from Larry I. Know He's. He's a good old boy. He sounds like he's from the country. I sounds like he's working on a farm. I think he is. He's pointing out a particular contingent of of the black population, the people who live in the cities and that's a whole, and it's not just the black city folk. It's the Wayne a white folk as well. They all Kinda suck. Well Yeah just kind of why I don't live in the city, but the white people are worse in the rural areas. Like this guy we were talking about earlier. Who Lives in two thousand population and here? He's got all this time. The get on face space more like the trailer parks in Mississippi I'm if you WANNA see white culture, or whatever it is at its worst, I mean. Trash. That's just where it is right I. Want to go back to what he said. Though about people at these protests, not really knowing what they want I think it was a legitimate point. And I would say that that was sort of palpable when I was at the Manchester protests, the black lives matter event. I think that a lot of people at these events are rightfully upset because they can see what's wrong because it's like clear. No, no, no, they can't see what's wrong. Bussing People's heads open. They know something is wrong I. Don't think they know what it actually is. They just know something doesn't feel I. Think they know that the police are busting innocent people's heads, open and destroying innocent life like. So. They returned the favor by doing the exact same thing to did not do that in Manchester at the protest. I'm not talking about rioters. I'm talking about the protest. Right? Okay so I'm. Thinking I'm thinking about everything. I'm seeing on the social. Web's right now these days the. A world that you live in what you're said. It is someone's real word. Someone is having their bill. Paying is a minority of people right. If you have thousand people, only a small portion of them is likely going to participate in some sort of violent destruction of property. However, they're gonNA get all the media attention so all the peaceful people who were out protesting. Don't get any attention anymore because all these Jack Balls. Balls are lighting things on fire, but rather I'm talking about just the protesters. Okay, the ones who want something to change. They know there's something wrong. They know what it is. They know that the police state exists. They know that the police are not their friends, so they know that the police are in these cases the problem, but all they seem to want is justice when you go around like you watch the Unicorn. Want actually tear down the system and try something different. They WanNa fix it, not always sometimes. They do a different system, but they don't know what they want. They just and I'm only saying this. Because the Unicorn riot guy when he was there broadcasting from Minneapolis and think some other places, but initially was Minneapolis. He would ask people like what do you want to see after this? What do you want a good question? The Guy who's behind the cameras economy, but. He was asking a good question, so we've got some interesting answers and me. You know people don't really know. They don't really know. They haven't thought that far. And those are the people and those are the people who I was talking about I think. I. Don't yeah, they don't. They don't understand how they've gotten here. But they have been locked down for three months. They're probably don't have a job anymore. The ever if they ever did, they're bored. They're angry. They still hold on. You don't think young people are worth the crap that way do you? Get, that you ernest. 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And we've been talking about the protests the riots, what the protesters may or may not want what the writers may or may not want the government's response to the protests and their plans to deal with it because they've always got plans they they've always got contingency plans to deal with things when you know when Americans get sick of their crap is seems to be increasingly the case as pointed out largely because you know they've been. They've been a walk down for the last several months later. They're stir-crazy. They don't have anything else to do and if they did have a job. Oh. Yeah, that's right that's for. If they did in fact have a job before all this began, and now they don't any longer than what are. They had the lose especially when they've got that day. That check that stimulants and they're probably getting unemployment, which is probably making twice as much as they were before. They before all this began at. They don't know what they want to do with themselves. Except they know, something is wrong and they gotta get out there and they gotta fight the man. And at at that includes burning down their local autozone, which doesn't make any sense but I mean if it makes them feel better well. It doesn't make sense to us because we're. We're capitalists. A free market is to the social. Capitalist well I'm a free market. I live with Fraser, get. I figure whatever kind of organization works for you is fine, if you WANNA be a communist or capitalist, or whatever as long as you're doing it without forcing other people to participate, I don't care and burning. Someone's business down is forcing them to participate with your ideal, so you've already crossed the line in Louis bad way. Trying to explain. To they don't see it that way. You're looking at this whole thing from your point of view. You have to step back and understand that they are largely hardcore leftists. They're socialist to them. autozone is there. Oh and somehow they own it because. They recognize because autozone didn't build autozone. We built autozone, and so they believe that they know these leftist. who were burning things down? They believe and I'm not talking about some of the talking about the anti talking about the guys is that you refuse to hear what their worldview actually is? Because you think you understand it. They don't think they own the autozone. They think autozone as part of this mega corporate apparatus that oppresses them. What about the Indian restaurant? They burned down I. Don't know. Because there was a story in the news to capitalist apparatus so it suppressing them. I. Don't know if you're not wrong that there are people who think that right layer the Commie that runs the Union rioter. Sorry Unicorn riot channel talks about its expropriation, instead of stealing or looting, expropriating the things from the store because they believe they own own in a way well, they don't believe in property. That's the thing so these communist just don't believe in property period. They have a completely different viewpoint than than we do why we can't live together. But I? Don't think I would go ahead so far as to apply whatever those beliefs are that you're talking about to the people who just want to burn stuff. I don't think they really I mean. They may think corporations bad, but they're not really thinking as I. Don't think a lot of them are thinking about it as deeply as you would like to believe that they are, it's just. Just people that have desire to destroy things and steal things, and this is the perfect cover to do that. There's a lot of that out there. Because otherwise they would only target the mega corporations, and they wouldn't go after the locally owned liquor store, the locally owned Indian food restaurant or target well. No, no I mean they would go. After the target burning down the IRS building they'd be. Not Listening, they would go after the mega corporations. If what are was saying, we're true and I'm saying that it's partially true, but that's not entirely. Restaurant making a claim to property. Well, that does what was interesting about that story. The I don't. They interact very well thought out to be show I'm telling you. These people don't have an ideology, most a lot of people participating. They just WanNa destroy things okay. They just want to go out there and caused destruction. There are people that want to do that now. There are the other. Extremely rare there are others who will throw out this whole corporations bad thing, but then again. That still doesn't explain what happened to the Indian restaurant now when you look at the Indian restaurant. Story there was it was in Minneapolis over the last few days have a few days ago. And it made headlines not just because it got burned down, but because the owner was like. Self flagellating over it, he he was sort of like welcoming it almost almost as though like. Yes, PUNISH ME I. pull up the actual story. It was it was crazy. I'd never heard of anything like it was the owner was. Taking the side of the people burning his own, the headline, strong Indian guilt. Yeah I. Don't know if it was Indian. Food or Pakistani food or whatever it was, but it was some sort of like what you pull that up. Let's go to the phones. We've got dave calling from New Hampshire. Believe Dave. You're on. Free Talk Live. Hey guys. Hey, what's on your mind? And he just dropped off. Click the wrong thing ono well. I'm sure he'll come back, yeah. So did you happen to find it already? Yes. India today okay, so your business insiders actually got the story four days ago. The owner Minneapolis restaurant damaged by fire during George Floyd protests, says quote. Let my building burn. Justice needs to be served the Gandhi Mahal. An Indian restaurant in Minneapolis was damaged early Friday morning by fire set during protests against the death of George Floyd owner Ruhan Islam's daughter posted on facebook. Quote I'm sitting next to my dad. Watching the news I heard him say on the phone quote. Let my building burn. Justice needs to be served. Put those officers in jail. Hell kind of senses that it has no scent unless. Unless unless he's got some really good insurance on that building Islam said later according to buzzfeed quote, life is more valuable than anything else. We can rebuild a building, but we cannot give this man back to his family, but still I mean I understand the sentiment that you know what has been done. Is You know pretty harsh, but I need to sacrifice my building because of George, the hell kind of senses that Yeah I. Don't see any logical connection between his building burning, and you know holding the police accountable. Unless he believes that these protesters got get it out of their system. They've got to get retribution somehow or another. My building is on the line. You know maybe maybe he wanted to retire. The perfect chance thinking it's a it's a you know a little bit of. Our building shirts and I'm tired of this job and I wanna I wanNA. Go to Florida, right? No, please let it burn. Don't save it I WANNA move. I! Don't WanNa live here anymore, and he'll virtue signal all all the way out. That's what it is. Yeah, well. We've got Dave back with stave. We'll come back. You're on free talk. Live all right. Let's see if I can make this this call. Hunger all right. So. The one of the one of the things that tends to happen liar used to always say based on the Slovenian in Bosnian experience. Secession can go from zero to sixty in a very short period of time, and though currently right currently, the situation is not, it's not really lending itself toward independence of the states it's, but it's just creating. It's creating the groundwork for that and I always want to continue keeping track of the abuses of the federal government in New Hampshire as a a way of pushing us. To Our Independence Day and the latest federal abuse of new, Hampshire is that they have come after a couple for RS taxes. They're trying to shoot him down for. Ten ten million dollars. Couple that made the federal government so angry at apparently mixing made money, they had money and give it to him I know, but what specifically did they do to make that money? He ran a business and alarm company another way another. Way To. Help keep you know. Push Push. Push down small businesses. I wasn't alarm. Company sounds like it's not a chain. You know so. That's all yet another reason to go after them. If they're not a chain, right and get got gotta get rid of small businesses and I. They had made some of these Ed. Brown type arguments. You know that they didn't really have to pay taxes and so forth if you remember Ed. Brownie was the tax protester who led the standoff in Plainfield in two thousand seven. Not exactly something. A business owner is wise to do. I will point no, that's that's the weakest ground on which to make your argument. You know the though the law doesn't require me. No, because no one load. No one knows what the law requires China. Argue before them that you know hey. This was never actually ratified. You can't enforce this that they don't care. They're going to do what they want. But the important thing is, they didn't pay for torture, and so many other people did. They're being punished and probably other people deserve to be punished more than them. Without a doubt, well Dave keep us updated on it. Let us know how it shakes out. 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You can head over to freetalklive about two hours or so and you can catch there. I'll check that out I WANNA. Give him update from. Lansing is going into downtown Jackson. There's no there's. There's no tanks. Turn up the roads anymore. They tearing them up earlier in the day. No but our roads are so shaky that there is things coming down here. It's really gonNA. Hurt the they actually they might actually be a benefit. Pack down a little bit. You got a point there. And that would be a wise use of taxpayer dollars I'm so disappointed. You guys by the way Alec said. There's a guy named. Nobody there nobody is not here tonight. Good. But, he'll be back. On tomorrow you're upset there that there are not tanks going down the street says, is that correct? No. Heck No, in fact, being a United States marine of you know what from forty two years ago honorably discharge. Who wants to see this I said to? One of the hosts of. The local program here says you know the call in show I say. You know. Why are they picking on some? You know. Why are they burning down a Taylor why they've Luton? macy's? What is their goal here? Why? Update on the Barbara in WASCO Michigan. What's going on? They! Said shut him down. The state came into a shop. And you know the barber said. Haircut. Stays, open, eastern open guys awesome Kudos so if you were if you're active military today and you were told to. Do whatever it is. The National Guard is doing whatever it is. The police are doing at Harvard. This may escalate. Would you follow the orders? We say no are America's citizens and I will not fire on them. I spoke to a soldier. In Walmart two days ago. That has been deployed here in Jackson. Young Young Kid hell I'm fifty seven now, but. You know when I swore my ill. All, Enemies foreign and domestic. Didn't expect. that it ever have to fight domestic. It's like going back to the civil war. Brother against brother in this makes me. And Lot of us. It's not much the fact that a man died under. A person placing. Undue. Who ever wants to fire on their fellow brother or But this is more faction. This is a lot more fashioned, so lines are being drawn. So you would find. Not sure if there was an answer there. Well I can try again. Yeah I. Mean it's clear. Answer whether or no. Yes. Boy. That's rough man on or shortly unfortunately and sad part is is you're pretty common? I mean people in the military. Probably just like you. They'll do whatever it is. They're told they'll murder innocent people at the hands of themselves. If they're just ordered to do this I just I just saw video murder Melker. She wouldn't call it. What it is! If I'm ordered by a superior. Dos. Please don't say it. Don't say it Dave. Don't. Embark defense. Just following orders, that's what he was about to say. I just saw video of a in Minneapolis. Truce National Guard Dave thank you so much for the call national guard marching down the street of residential stream, not talking burning neighborhoods where they shoot people and some girls around videotaping on their porch up. Do get in. The house screamed at get in the house. They didn't listen fast enough. pop-up he said light them up and he shot one of them right in the leg with some kind of A. Appellate. And of course they, and of course they all scampered aside probably pepper, ball or rubber bullet. When it was smoking Green some kind of green smoke was coming off of it probably pepper ball, but I mean the way that he said it though I mean he was. He sounded like he was ready to kill someone because it was horrible. That's how they they are. There given an order. DID PEOPLE NON NON soldiers? Civilians must obey the sheep. was I mean. You got the sheepdogs out there with pepper pepper guns. I don't like thinking of people as Sheep I. Say Youth How you think of those girls on talking about how this. How this uniformed National Guard saw these kids out on their poor digging. You said they. They all had their well not like black anti masks. They have their the. They hold their whole knit mass. That's a good. That's good evidence that they're sheep. Well aware if you're wearing masks at home. On your on your. Front, PORCH There, you go. You Ain't much of a thinker. Individuals who are probably not thinking their worldview or their beliefs all the way through but I don't want to call them. Sheep I don't WanNa dehumanize people. Well. I'm no better than the soldiers who were saying lineup because they consider them to be. She yeah, well our last caller. Sheep either is definitely a portion of the population that we have to be concerned with, but you also have the oath keepers out there, not just necessarily group of keepers, but people who actually understand the oath of office that they swore and when you start. Aiming armed weaponry at your own neighbors. Yeah, it's sick. It's like you have crossed the line man. I agree, look. I'm curious I don't like the idea of looking down my nose at somebody like that. If it offends me when Libertarians use terms like normies, for instance, I don't like that terminology because I think that it. It suggests that people can't. Change, and I think that they they can I use the term as but not in the. US as much as I do. Weird and I recognize that but I don't think that I'm going to defend the use of sheep in this particular case, because what about non player, character or non player controlled with emergency, most people know that means. Everyone knows what she means you. If you get called a sheep, everyone knows these are people who do what they're told, and they do it obediently. What's a better name for it? Individuals who don't. Much of a ton of. It is. It is a lot of words, but it's not humanizing, so if I've got two words rule. 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WHO said those bricks have been there for weeks? There are actually there by the city of Manchester. They're doing brickwork. And of course their government brickwork, so it's taking forever, so those those bricks were not delivered with the intention of them being used. That won't stop. Them from. Them Home Hey look at that. It would be unwise of the city of Manchester to leave them out with with an tarps or something Manchester or a here's what I forget. Who suggested this earlier today, but the idea would be. Hey, look if the police know where pallets of bricks are, and they know that they're going to be potentially people using those bricks, they could surveilled the bricks and observe who goes and takes the bricks. Well I mean they got up to half the prove their existence some way or another. We gotTA prove that that job is. Worth got no problem. If the police want to actually stop people from stealing destroying looting murdering killing raping if they want to do that and spend their time doing that, it's fine I. Don't appreciate that they have a monopoly over their services I. Don't appreciate that you know they aren't. I can't say no to their services, but if they're GONNA be providing services I'd rather it be they go after actual criminal, but you're kind of leaning towards entrapment. No, because the police didn't put them there. Manchester put them there for the purposes of actually rebranding pavement, or whatever right right, so not entrapment. That's not the same thing. Entrapment is where and I'm not a lawyer, but my understanding would be. Entrapment would be where the police try to. Persuade you to do a thing that otherwise you might not have done. I don't think so. Manchester get your bricks. Well hopefully they'll fill them bricks. Go ahead hopefully doesn't descend into violence anyway, I mean. This is just a candlelight vigil. Well, it's nine thirty right now, so it's been an hour and a half since this event started. We'll maybe we check in with somebody in and see if there's an update on how it's going. Also although some were suggesting that the actual trouble wouldn't start until after the vigil was over when vigil end I, don't know okay. Let's go to the phones. We've got Spencer calling from Texas. Spencer. You're on free talk live. Hey I'm center from Texas. Hey. What's on your mind? I do. I just wanted to you know give a perspective into this as as a white guy who's been. A victim of police brutality here in Texas I have. I have stared down five barrel. of Ar Fifteen. Held by by local Police Department here. when I was working at my job repairing a boardwalk, I was drilling into by thick planks. and they were hunting fugitives. They got onto the property. Where I work and next thing I know they're all pointed at me. She's got it. Yeah, got a dog they're. They're been dumping dog. You know biting and snapping at my year they hand coffee. Throw me to the ground keeping mind at the time I was eighteen years old. lanky white kid with a tool belt on and work who look nothing like these these fugitive because of fugitives totally going to like take a break out of running from the police. On it and start doing some manual labor. Discount actually. Yes, that'd be the way they really blend in. So my my my whole point, and this and a lot, a friend you know I live in Texas, and I live in a rural small town, and a lot of my friends are from the mega crowd, the trump crowd, and they're all about defending everything that the police do, and all the authoritarian be s that comes out of trump's mouth and whatnot. Carton me. And my point is. Is that unless you have actually stared down the barrel of a police? A are fifteen that dog, barking in your ear things thrown to the ground and cuffed with police officer on top of you and walking, we accused. She did not do and do not know about well. You are trying to piece. Do Your job and bring home your measly wage. You will never understand the anger and the heartbreak that these people feel so I'm not saying that throwing bricks through window is appropriate. I'm not advocating that and I do think it's wrong, but I think that we use the nation need more empathy from our heart and to try to walk in. In other people's shoes for a minute before we start calling animals and rioters and looters, and I don I just I think it's fair to call a writer a writer because they are rioting, but most of the protesters are not rioters. Most of the protesters are peaceful. People who are legitimately upset and I don't think most I. don't even know about most of the writers I think they just WanNa. Go and break some stuff. Very true. True, but you know you just I've seen people trying to defend what Donald Trump did yesterday in Washington dc where he tear gas. Well I guess really embar now he's put the blame on his. You Know Muffins Ernie General to the tear gas and literally maim people with rubber bullets and Mace and beat people back. and I've seen people trying to defend it now this. Photo. said the he could go to church and take a picture of himself. With. The pastor or a preacher? Whatever think it was Catholic, right? What do they call them? Increase didn't didn't the priest speak out against it. I think so yeah. I actually just watched her Mr Actor, whatever and. She was just on ABC News with with David Muir. Biggest Fan of but anyway rector they damn near killed her. I'm glad somebody got. I did a good listener. Thank you so much for the call. Yeah, beautiful sentiments expressed their. You know we, we should all have a little more empathy and understanding towards other people in their viewpoints, because the brute boot may not be on my neck, but it is on someone's net and boot. That same boot might be on your neck next week. 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And we've been talking about the the murder of George. George Floyd and the fallout that we've seen since sets. Yesterday was evidently a pretty busy day. I don't know how much of this you guys talked about, but police officers across the US were targeted in shootings and vehicular attack last night, as protests, continued and major cities Some of the police were were like fleeing and Saint Louis some league hidden. Some one one got run over somewhere. But when you say fleeing you mean like they were leaving the area, it would seem so walking off the job that kind of thing, because if that's true, then it does lead credence to what some of the the advocate violence like Melanie on our Sunday night. Show have set now. I don't support violence as a solution, but the argument that those people make is that well? If enough cops get out, then that will dissuade the police many of them from. To their jobs or literally be true, but that's also the same mentality that the cops used when they shoot at protesters. They don't have to kill them all. They just have to kill enough. Protesters disperse, but there's a whole bunch of us the whole bunch of them to get you know what there's another thing to look at another consider when you have some of these cops who are actually standing down and they aren't going at the rioters are actually just letting you know. Certain areas get burned because they don't because they not going to put their their own next on the on the line and and risk it. if enough cops. Refused to go out and confront these guys while I think that the normies out there will say you know what. Why are we even paying these guys they're not. If you call the your local station and you're like. Hey, look I've there there's a there's some crap going on out in the middle of the street. Sorry all of our cops are deployed. You'RE GONNA have to take care of yourself and more and more of those happening as that's been happening every single day in this country used to just be Detroit where stuff like that happened, but now you're starting to see another in other places. Yeah, and it's like I'm sure glad I bought a gun this month. We police Chicago hip been told. Told not to respond to rioters unless they unless there was a threat to life well, they're also not responding to other calls, so I don't know if you're referring to the story where there was like car dealership that Got Jack. Twelve cars or something like that I. Forget what city all all they're all running together called the cops and a cop said Yeah. We're not GONNA send anybody. It's. Yourself. They are thanks for the money I. What I'm seeing is. A return to personally. Taking charge of your own neighborhoods, your own streets. That's what it's GonNa be a neighborhood. Watches are GONNA. Come back. It's up in. Neighborhood Security some guys who was actually who reports to you and not some guy who you know might sit on your neck next week. Because he can because he's just an evil dude. Let's go to the phones. We Got Mike Calling from God Washington Mike. You're on free talk live. Hey, you guys I spent the same time that the marine that just called in recently I was in the military background and in Korea there had recently been this assignation. I think like seventy, nine or eight of the president, so everything was really on hyler. As far as you had to be trained to go through mobs with the shields and all that stuff today I'm also fifty seven. I would not want nothing to do with it. I would think the national guards role should be basically to go bard up, windows and handout. M. Are East people that her. You know distraught because of civil. Disobedience but I I wouldn't put on a uniform today to save my ass. Yeah so if he were. Very today and the order would be. I wouldn't I wouldn't I wouldn't get in trouble. Probably just walk I go to the VA and the police. There you can get upset with a clerk that derives. That's rude to you and they've got a swat team on you so quick and all. Out and it just and I just thought recently happened or fifty seven year old man, the law society. All they had to do is walk down the hall. And have his picture verified, and they just poked and pride. Why'd you leave your wallet and your cat? Why did you do this? Why do that? He can barely walk when he got there. As Walker been stolen and and I mean they just treated them like garbage, socialist medicine, everyone. It's coming from the. Team. And the way it really works as a clerk. Then listening to your song and dance, and they push a code green here comes to I'm GonNa. Say a twelve hundred pounds of pork, running down the hallway with their hands on their guns over sixty seventy year old gentleman that is just ready to collapse, and I'm just ashamed of all that today. I just worry about who comes in my yard on my front porch, and and that's all I. WanNa know about. I it's just terrible. What's going on and that's all I got to say you guys. It's going to hear. Thank you for the call. Thank you, hear the contrast to the caller earlier. -freshing, yeah. What are the percentages what percentage of a given squad or platoon or whatever are GonNa? Obey and shoot people in the United States, and what percentage will actually say? No, that's this is why they go after the young Q.. Well I'm GonNa say, thank you to RV Chris. Who is tonight's amplifier? He's a gold level amplifier. He chooses to donate ten dollars per month to the APP program. So RV Chris. Thank you so much. The program is used to advertise market and promote free talk. Live insists name. 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You know this is California. That's why they booked on weapons, charges and other places unless he was brandishing a gun. It would have been totally legal like here in New Hampshire. Dating an officer right depends. On doesn't mean you're impersonating an officer right true well. Exactly like the guard okay. Packages or something that identify them. well I I I would imagine you want to know who this guy. PROVOCATEUR. It was Surf Daddy thank you so much for the call. That's fascinating, definitely something for us to look into I wouldn't I would not be surprised. Based on all of the fake news going around to find out that there is something about a person posing as a national guard, whether or not is true whether or not it's the other side. Saying that is true. Who knows anymore man? It's so exhausting. Let's get going. We've got jt calling from Pennsylvania JT. You're on free talk live. Yeah, hi you know try to. Call in about the wildlife. 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Because you have the, Astros attached where he can basically Russell anyone at any time when he holds that title, so I think that's something that's going to be on him for a while, and not in oranges mix so I think he just put them in situations where maybe he wrestles a match one week against the guy he can beat, and you can showcase some of the amazing. You know Hans Dives and all that sort of stuff that he. He does believe the next week. He just plays a part in in doing some comedy. Saying that's just find a creative way to get him on TV every week. Just because he's a ratings draw doesn't mean he's got to be the world champion or anything like that, in fact far from it if he's over to the point where he doesn't need a title and need a title, and you can use that and utilized for a zillion other purposes. Process Brian. Didn't you lose to Orange? Cassidy and label pro in New York. Yes I did, but you watch that match? I was winning that match. As about to beat him actually for the I W TV chancellorship. But I was. Distracted? I fell victim to my own most hated finish distracted by this. Marcos stunt cost me the match. I, I would have had another title in my trophy case over there at Monaco, not in fear I took it out on him later by the way, and I may have lost match unconfirmed. Whether I wonder lost I beat the hell out of that guy, so it was worth it one way or the other boy. Yeah, me lost that little battle, but you definitely won the war against the stunned family I. Sure did hey, Joe. Zaire you're on the air. What's going on? Hey. Brian Mike Shadow to the twitch Hoey's and The fellow lauds so two questions. The first is about the pay per view buys wrestlemainia. Did we ever hear anything back about that? And the second is? Did WE We'll wwe ever start testing for the krona buyers. Want to thank you very much for the call I question. Now obviously, we didn't hear anything about the. Vice Wrestle meeting because they were. Miniscule we absolutely would have heard if they had been anything, but in fact in fact. As much as they thought, there would be plenty of really really stupid fans to pay full price. On the Fox. and. Or whatever it appears that, in fact, most of them were smart enough to realize. I didn't get it absolutely free on the w network, which is what they did fox, APP. The. Is Funny as I not only do here zero about the Fox, APP or live or whatever whatever it was. I mean the numbers. The number of people that got wrestlemainia for free was an all time high so. So much for that plan, and as far as will they ever test for corona. Virus I can't answer that question. Why every single day I hope! The answer ends up being yes, what are we waiting for? What honestly are we waiting for here? I mean they furloughed people. They fired people. The referees are getting their pay cuts. The executives are allegedly getting their pay cuts. They're cutting cutting cutting it all say cut. How shows so how shows were losing money? So they're actually generating more revenue by not running how shows, but they can't afford corona virus testing. It's ridiculous. They're making more money than wrestling promotion anywhere on the planet it history. Can I repeat that by the way? Good swimming is abundantly clear to everybody. They're not just making more money right now. Then any other wrestling company. In the world do Japan. A W are wage seamount Blah Blah Blah Blah. It's not only that everybody. They're making more money right now. Then any promotion. Has Ever made. Ever including themselves. So, you think back to the the boom period. Two thousand two thousand one. You look back at it twenty ten. Twenty sixteen when they had a wwe network, look back, look back to win Johnson face the rock two years in a row and Wrestlemainia two years in a row. Not Making this up a grossed over sixty million dollars, for WRESTLEMAINIA, two straight years, because of the Rock and John See the most lucrative wwe pay per view of all time. Pick any year okay. Here. Everybody lives here right now. pickier between Nineteen, sixty three and twenty one thousand nine pick one right now, always seventy seven. Okay. They're making more money now than he made that year. Nineteen eighty-four. They're making more money right now than that year. Wait a second. What about Nineteen Ninety Eight? They're making more money now than that year. W right now is making more money right now. Than anybody ever made in wrestling ever including themselves any year. But they can't. Test the wrestlers for Corona virus. Well remember. Do you remember a couple of days ago? I was joking about their wacky plexiglas. And I said Dude. The coronavirus test should just be you ask them. Do you think you have corona virus? And if they pass that test their in well, you know what? Literally what they're doing is they. Check to see if you have a temperature. And then they ask you. If you feel well, so in fact, there is a verbal test eight it is. Do you feel well? If you answer? Yes, you get in provided. You don't have temperature now now there's there's. There's been over what a million people in this country that have that have. Recovered from Corona virus. Okay, ask those million people ask ask any random sampling of that that the people that recover from from Corona virus. How many of you had a temperature of the entire time Oh zero. Because you can have no temperature and still be carrying and spreading the corona virus, so it's pointless to even I mean it's not pointless. It'd be more pointless not to test. I mean you may catch. What five percent of the people that actively have the virus with the temperature check? Maybe it's a little bit more than that, but a temperature, a temperature check and a verbal questionnaire. That is WWe's testing policy for corona virus right now. It was the same policy I got my hair faded up today. Are you a essential worker, you bet. Attempt to hold on, let's do a temperature check, okay? Do you have any feelings you? With anybody WHO's sick, no okay. So it was. That's exactly what wwe's doing and hey, could they test for it? Of course they could do. They want those results. No, because they're operating with this the same way they do with everything else. They put their hands over their eyes and go. You can't see me. Joe's I can hear you what's going on. Or Adam. Whoever's on the line? Yeah, yeah this is Adam. Hi, guys hi told me they got a comment and a question about dynamites. AWA posted on twitter to the a promo totally. Off Shawn Spears for basically turning his legacy into a joke, and it's awesome to see and as you know, there's a bunch of these things on social media and I wish they showed more of these kinds of things on dynamite, so my question is dynamite already seems like a really packed to our show already. So, what would you take out? Current constant to give seemingly important things time like this to give a chance to shine or something. And I. Thank you very much for the call. This is a simple answer. I would change nothing about dynamite right now with one exception. And, that is if. If there is an angle. that. Outside of dynamite. that. I wanted on dynamite. Okay, if you're just doing some sort of thing. Totally and Shawn Spears, Tilles, cutting promos on him, but right now it's just something that's being done, and it's over a while whatever okay I don't care. But. If totally. If totally and Shawn Spears break-up. And on dynamite this week. Sean Spears just comes at alone until he is managing somebody else. I need to know about it. Okay. I need to know about it. They're doing a doing A. A Brandon Cutler versus the librarian feud on aws dark, because neither man has ever won a match. And, so obviously, the matched book is the two of them together, because then no matter what happens like one of them's GonNa win unless you like double counter, a double d q draw, and so like everything that they're coming up with a way to keep them from. Russ isn't much fun. Little story line for dark okay. But it has no bearing whatsoever on dynamite so like do it and knock yourself out I don't care if you WanNa have specific stories for dark specific stories for dynamite. That's great, but if they're ever going to overlap I need to know what's going on. That's it that's that's the main thing. Happens rarely. But but it does happen every now and then. And you may happen more lawyer I don't think if it wasn't for this. 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Delays of mail in ballots, Maryland's boarding elections are threatening these statewide presidential primary Tuesday that's according to voting rights, activists folks in part of Baltimore and Montgomery County still haven't received their ballots for the June second election which was rescheduled from April because of the coronavirus pandemic Joanne Antoine with common cause. Maryland says a coalition this week requested board of elections officials to add war in person. Vote centers an increase the number of days. They're open to compensate for the late ballots. We know that we're looking at research and states You want to expand the number of in-person. Available and we certainly could have opened. These vote centers starting this weekend into Election Day to help address any problems that might happen. Election officials blamed the mailing error on out of state vendor. Voters can still print out ballots at home and mail them to the board of elections for more information on casting a ballot. Look online at elections dot. Maryland Dot Gov I'm Diane. Bernard this is pianist. Hospitality and gaming is dominant industry of course in LAS. Vegas the frenzy. The violent tours have come to expect will be altered. When casinos reopened their next week, there will be fewer people at the casinos and not as many things to do with nightclubs, so closed reservation only dining Brian Labor is an assistant professor at the School of Public Health at the University of Nevada. Nevada Las Vegas and a of the Medical Advisory Team Advising Nevada governor he notes in all casinos will have detailed plans for how to protect people from the spread of Covid nineteen challenges that we've never done any ACS before. We haven't had this type of change in our practices, so we don't know what's going to work and what's not going to work I'm Russ Brown. Earlier this year. More than three million visitors a month were flocking to Vegas as a result of pandemic. Some economists expect the city to be one of the hardest hit metro areas in the West. L. GP Q. People in the southern US living the most hostile policy landscape in the country, according to a new report, but Florida. Maybe the exception, the report by the movement advancement project examined fourteen southern states and found unfriendly policies for the one in three individuals who identify as lesbian, Gay Bisexual transgender queer or questioning and who called the south home. The Projects Logan Casey says discriminatory laws target lgbtq youth adults, considering fostering or adopting and religious exemptions in healthcare, but he says sixty percent of Floridians live in places with inclusive non discriminatory. Discriminatory protections. Florida has really been not just a southern lear, but national leader for Public News Service trombones finally Laura Ross Brow, tell reports van for emergency food food pantries up about fifty percent in Maine Soc- in nineteen outbreak. When you're live on, an island can be much harder to get. The main seacoast mission has gotten creative to deliver groceries to people on the islands. Who need them they the stop using their both deliveries from the shutdown began in March instead. They quickly coordinated with pinups. Scott Air to fly the food in. Sharing daily is director of island health for the mission and also an island resident. They've got a double issue with food. First of all people not working lobster, being bad German, not being able to earn any income right off, then there's also the issues of getting the food out to the island. 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Island became the thirteenth state in the union on this date in seventeen, ninety, the last of the original colonies to ratify the. The Constitution Wisconsin Happy Birthday you became the thirtieth state in the union on this date in eighteen, forty eight in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventeen John Kennedy born in Brookline Massachusetts he would become a war, hero and president construction of the Hoover Dam completed on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five in one, thousand, nine, forty, two, bing crosby recorded his version of white Christmas. It would go on to sell over thirty million copies. In one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety Boris Yeltsin elected president of the Russian republic by the parliament space shuttle Discovery completed the first docking with the International Space Station in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety nine. The Supreme Court ruled. Disabled Golfer Casey Martin. Cart to ride in tournaments and it was the National World War One memorial dedicated on this date in two thousand four in Washington DC France one of the founders of a united Europe resoundingly rejected the European Constitution, throwing the idea of a European Union into question, and leaving the continent in the state, bank, Zaidi and uncertainty. I think what's important now is to have a time for reflection. We have the Dutch referendum in a couple of days time. The we. The European Council. In the middle. Where all the the leaders could discuss the implications of the votes that have taken place. But I think that. Underneath all of this. There is. A MORE PROFOUND QUESTION! which is about the future of Europe and particularly the future of the European economy, and how deals with the modern pressures, globalization and technological change, and how we ensure that the European A. Is Strong and his prosperous in the face of those challenges, not underlying all these debates about the constitution. Is that Central Economic Challenge British prime? Minister Tony Blair on this date back in two thousand five. Among those who left us on this date in history include actor, John Barrymore. English actress day May Whitty Fanny Brice passing away on this date. Man Mountain Dean, the professional wrestler Mary Pickford. Well known actress George Amon. What a wonderful radio announcer Berry goldwater former presidential candidate! Watergate Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox, no relation Harvey Korman Dennis Hopper Betsy Palmer. All passing away on this date in history by the way I neglected to you know we talked about who reached the top of Mount Everest. The New Zealander Sir, Edmund Hillary and his mountaineer same norgay. They reached the summit on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three for his accomplishment in scaling the Twenty Nine Thousand Twenty eight foot, Peak Hillary Knighted by the Queen of England on June sixteenth of nineteen fifty three. Now among those born on this date in history Patrick Henry Max. Brand Bob hope the fourth of July used to refer to it as independence day before I got married. When I was a kid, we always had fireworks July. The fourth we used to tie at twenty pound firecracker into a box of dynamite and then wrap it down a well. Don't live. That's how the Grand Canyon and get started. Once on July Fourth, the kids tied my brother. Do a six foot skyrocket and set it off. That's how he got to California twenty years before I did. Bob Hope Borne on this date in history, he would live to a hundred. It was on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven. Luke and Laura from. General Hospitals Anthony Geary born. He is seventy three today. 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This is the Federal Bureau missing persons calling all local agencies. Attention. This is coated report nationwide missing since nine o'clock this morning, the following persons smidgely Jonathan by feet, eight inches, tall, brown hair, Brown eyes, mastercards scar behind right ear, last seen wearing blue top coat and ten cap. Wandered by loss and. Hello, this wavelength is a restricted band. Follow. Whoever you're on a coded wavelength tune out! This frequency is from Federal Bureau of Missing Person. The Moon lawing. Guys looney. Charlie the code room. Some crackpot is on a frequency. Source now we should have a triangulation. Hurry it up with you. Some hammers in for a good defined by the FCC. What's this? Going on down there, how bout a get that ham out of my cycles! Aren't. From two hundred forty thousand miles away on Jake Rano such thing as two hundred and forty thousand miles away. Now wait a minute. Coming from them on a you nuts. III. Radar on this frequency. Where'd you study basic radio? Address. I gave the best instruments. Taking leave it somebody on. Sweat Charlie certain to be broadcast. On the sober citizens. Have I broadcast with the smell of alcohol on my breath right right in twelve years at the bureau. Did I once heard Charlie? Or picking up a message on our wavelength, did you report the FCC? I ain't got the nerve. What's wrong? They'll scream when you hear this Mr Timken. You'll jump right out the window, but. We are getting SOS from the Moon. started. Which demars. Signal repeats sounds like phonograph, record or automatic center of what's it say. Let's see. Can you read me help? Auderburn will contact when mooners and phase. Let's have that again. Can you read me help auderburn? We'll contact when moon is unfazed hotter burn. And sounds like a name auderburn. Wait a minute. Something registered Cornelius honor. Burn all we don't pay. Where are you GonNa? Wait a minute. What are you going to tell them? We just got to seek you from the man in the moon. That's exactly what I am going to tell dot. com. That's too much for me. Washington star-ledger Let me have O'Brien on city desk on. I'll Brian Famous Charlie starbucks down at the missing persons where you went to hot one. No kidding missile cost you a beer, okay? darnold rain. I'll stand your wave. Okay. We just got a radio message from the moon. Off From the moon, I'll repack back on yourself. Okay same as if you don't starring when you see one. The name of a good psychiatrist. Long are wells. What do you like that? You, don't believe me. Mr Wayne. Does that mean ring a bell, the all the man with photographic memory ray. What about Audubon Cornelius Auburn atomic physicist reported missing from his home in Baltimore on June? Fifth Nineteen, forty-five, just five years ago, vanished completely. Are you trying to tell me you really think there's something to this man on the Moon Business? Surprised at you. This is some crackpot trying to jam. The Eh Auderburn is so unusual a lot of names. I have a theory that was afraid of. Any will always have a theory. Let's see what was it last year? Oh, yes, that people disappear. Sites. These, Henry I'm a busy man. Expect me to believe that this. Out of sitting on the moon sang out short-wave messages. He might be on Earth, bouncing the messages off the moon, but who say he isn't on the mall entry as chief of this bureau I, have my hands full. Trying to coordinate reports from forty eight states in Alaska have no time to include the moment Mr. wait out. Henrik Mr Wade out I'm busy guess or here. Take this folder of reports for the dead file. Yes, and no nonsense Henry. Yes, I appreciate that you'll have a very dull job filing. All missing persons reports I appreciate that you take an active interest in the fairs of the bureau, but no nonsense. No. Nonsense YOU MR Henry Timken. That's my name. Admit They Jefferson Filo scientific feature writer. How do you do well are, are you? Not exactly I ride as a hobby. Occasionally, the papers give me leads on an assignment by may have a moment of your time. Certainly just sit on my desk over here. Thank you. My. That's quite a stack of papers filing. On the Records Custodian of the Bureau twelve years and never misplaced the record magnificent. I admire that precise mind. The Of course. Now he's. Mr Brian the Editor of The Star, Ledger said I might drop I investigated rumor. Only Room I do that a message from the. Moon well, we aren't certain. It's from the moon. It may be a bounce. They have bounced radar waves off the moon. You know yes I, know! I wrote the first newspaper article on. Really I'd be interested to read it. I must have a copy of my. Don't bother Hypo, but I insist. I live on your. Thank you so much now. About this message from the movements it's now. We don't know for sure as I said I believe that this message wherever it originates is from Cornelius. Auburn is John. I once wrote an article on his contribution to nuclear mechanic's. A brilliant man, not event years ahead of its contemporaries well, whoever is sending those signals? If he isn't on, the moon is at least using the Mona sounding. Board Bouncing signify Mr Timken. Why and if you will come here tomorrow night? At eight Mr Filo, we may learn the answer to that. Question I've arranged with Charlie our radio. The equipment may I consider this an invitation. That certainly may very outset. Until tomorrow night, then goodbye Mr filed. Now can. Ambulance, Abramson. On, oh. That's funny. This list of names come from Paul Arens. Astro Mathematician Robert Simon Electronic, engineer. Carl Parker mining specialist. Well, this must have got mixed up to the papers on my desk by accident. Think Unionist. Aga Horny Charlie. See we made the papers. And how? Is the chief steamed up about it. He really gave me one. For what is the papers say? Mostly Ha. Here's a herald listen. Man on the Moon Contacts Missing Persons Bureau missing atomic. Scientists sitting on the moon say bureau experts, etc, Cetera Water Pani no wonder Mr Way is hopping. Say about tonight. You'll promised you. Give me a key to the radio room, but I didn't expect. Full responsibility with. At the time for the morning broadcast, we got quite a list today. Might if I listened to while we may hear audibly, my self conscious, just stick around. Attention attention this is the Federal Missing Persons Bureau calling all local agencies nationwide. This is a coded broadcast. Following persons are missing Aaron. Dr Paul Five Feet Five Brown Hair Brown eyes scar on left side of Chin thick glasses. Occupation Astro mathematician missing in six o'clock this morning, being sought by Bel Air Police Charlie. Repeat Dr Paul. Seconds a delay one minute. Listen Mr Timken. It's okay to stay, but you can interrupt. This is important. Did you say Dr. aarons was reported missing this morning six am we got the report from Bel, air less than an hour ago that are you certain? Charlie positive. What is this? Charlie, what's the next name on the list? fees Simon's Robert Engineer what came in less than twenty minutes ago. What's the matter with you? You look like you've seen a ghost. Nothing Charlie except that last night quite by accident, someone left the list of names on my desk, and that list included the names of those two men who were reported missing within the last hour. Right to me, but it isn't right Charlie. Leaves a big question to be answered. Would make up a list of missing persons before they were missing. After. And you say this list of names left on your desk. Accidentally I believe so Mr We'd. You have any ideas and hard to say. Left some papers from his briefcase Mr Filo a science feature writer see. You were the leak on that story then. I'm afraid I was I didn't think it would be treated laughing matter. We'll deal with that later. Yes, what's this file ELEC? He's a strange duck ball. Think glasses tall. He walks stooped over. seems to know a great deal about scientific data, but of course being a science writer. He was there any other possibility. I believe that this is all hooked up with the broadcast from Auburn. That seems to be a very remote possibility. Eh? Missing Persons Bureau deals in remote possibilities await I do not require a statement of policy. What's the theory? For some time now it has been my contention that in a country like ours where even the cleverest criminal can be ferreted out located eventually. There's no such thing missing person. I for twelve years now I have kept the central files where information from all over the country channel recorded. I have made a private study. This is beginning to sound familiar. I have discovered that each year. Literally, thousands of persons vanish leaving. No trace are never kate. Where do they go? Nobody knows and and they disappear an interesting cycles. What sort of cycles occupations for example? One year we'll have a run on say. Coal miners next year. The proportion of engineers increases then. and. What do you think happens? Henry I don't know Mr. Wade but I'm beginning to suspect that somebody else has discovered the same phenomenon even to the point, perhaps of being able to predict who will turn up among the missing next Filo. Oh. I don't know. I would like to find out and you'd think Auburn maybe a part of this picture Mr Wade. I definitely do Henry. Do you want see? Expect me to buy an ideal ipads is more than I than idea. The top on this list are missing, and maybe so, but the rest of Martin. Watson Gibbs, why soap-opera in the restaurant where I had lunch today he's. Going to make myself a laughingstock by accepting such a crack brain. Student, yes. Wait speaking. What name? Just a moment? Henry. 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You're listening to Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station, and episode of X. Minus One the man in the moon as it was originally broadcast. On. May, twenty, ninth, one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, five, and the newspapers of that Sunday, sixty five years ago, these were some of the headlines. Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia reported to have spurned a Russian bid to link Yugoslavia with the Soviets Eastern European satellite block the report from informed sources appeared to be confirmed by the gloom of the higher level Soviet delegation at the wind up a formal talks between leaders of the two estranged Communist states. The Cio United Auto Workers Union today setback, my twenty four hours, a possible strike of one hundred forty thousand Ford Motor Company employees next week. The Union made its move after Henry Ford the second suggested that union leaders reconsider their flat rejection of the company's far reaching stock purchase offer last Thursday, the strike deadline came when the Union's national. Council unanimously asked the UAW internationally, Executive Board authorized a strike as up Thursday June second. The hour of the day was not specified. In nationwide real way, strike started at midnight Saturday in England earlier today in the throne Britain into confusion at the outset of Prime Minister Edens new administration Eden himself made immediate plans to speak to the nation on the crisis from his country home at noon. As seventy thousand rail, engineers and men walked off their jobs on the nationalized lines. The workmen demanded more money. The booster differential skilled railroad irs strike toppled atop a dark walkout and already had crippled for the major ports of the country for a week. This strike affected one hundred ninety six ships. Government officials awaited new production estimates under revise standards standards for the Salk Polio Vaccine Today for planning a resumption of nationwide inoculations. The time will vary in the plants. The six makers and several weeks may elapse before dependable estimates are available. They did hold out hope. However, ample new supplies would be available to complete treatment of first and second grade children before midsummer. Several, thousand stone-throwing Communist demonstrators tried to break aware Matt Veterans Rally in Berlin, but were driven back into the Soviet sector of Berlin by police scores of policemen demonstrators in. The club wielding police were met with a hail of stones from demonstrators who? Themselves behind more ruined buildings police retaliated by bringing to powerful firehoses into play. They were reinforced by residents of the riot who dumped buckets of water on the Communist. Senate Democratic leader Lyndon Johnson called on President Eisenhower to take a personal look at the defense program to be. We are doing enough fast enough. Johnson said whatever course Russia follows in the near future will affect the US defense program, and that he is asking the Defense Department whether that program has enough flexibility to permit necessary adjust. Before Surviving Dionne quintuplets turn twenty one with no apparent matrimonial plans and interest in the one million dollar fortune that now is there's the sisters celebrated their coming of in a surprise reunion with their family on the farm where they were born in nineteen, thirty four, originally, there had been no twenty first birthday plans, and that's Yvonne. And Cecile had planned to stay at their schools in Montreal. Marie had expected to keep right on helping her mother tend to the eighteen house where she has lived quietly since Emili, the fifth one to put died last August during an epileptic seizure. But Yvonne in Sicily quietly slipped out of the hospital with their nursing students and dropped her music studies Friday night. They drove here with their brother nineteen surprise the rest of the family. And those are some of the day's top news. Stories is reported in the newspapers of Sunday may twenty ninth, nineteen, fifty five on your radio x minus one which continues now on classic Radio Theater. In apology Henry Sir. Parking was just reported missing. Third Man on your list, holy macro exactly. Entry. Or good many years. I've ridiculed these theories of yours. Have underestimated you. Maybe this time you really stumbled onto something. Do you intend to do Mr Wait I don't know. I haven't thought it out yet. I was planning to listen for another broadcast tonight. The hope that auderburn might try to contact us again. Good idea I believe I'll join you. I also invited Mr Final the feature, right. Glad to meet him. And beginning to get interested in you know Mr Filo. That he's mixed up in this I. Don't know Henry. But suddenly strikes me that we don't know very much about him really. He ought to contact the police and. I think we're better off keeping this between ourselves. For the moment we're dealing with the unknown and in solving an equation for the x factor, it's often easier limit the number of terms. Follow me we don't know Mr Wait I, maybe more danger and want to have discovered that you're aware of. Keep it quiet. You agree. Maybe you're right. Mr Wait I I haven't thought of the injury. Clock. File was late when he said he'd be here. He strikes me as a man keeps appointments. Look out the window. was almost indirect phase. Much longer. Perfectly clear night for transmission. If anybody sending, we ought to pick it up with this eleven. You'd better switch on the set. I never realized how Erie this office complete when it. comes. Just some foreign stuff i. chillier transmission sound. That sounds like something if I can work the selected. Tried to return hello. Hello. You hear me. I get you now. I got. Who Are you? Can you hear me? Who Are you? This is professor on the Elliot's on an. Go on here, you. Onto me. They've located by sending point you're. Going to keep talking I've only enough oxygen for a few minutes. On the. Side of the moon you'll get that. The. Side of the Moon. Start recording way. Go on, explain. Please explain, please. That is an earth. Earth Colony on the moon. There is an earth colony on the on side of the Moon. Made up a renegade. Scientists have criminals. Professor Ernst House. Insane out of the nineteen thirty eight. Huntsman discovered nuclear rocket power in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety five. And his plans over two escaped inmates of the asylum. That took often set up a colony on our side of the Moon in nineteen thirty eight. Google ahead. We're recording you. Know Cal Hollis A. Labor mostly. I was. Kidnapped in nineteen, Forty Five I. Wanted me to work on drive vying. Guan. Last month. Sex others I escape speak loaded. Up. On the WHO I'M MON colony. Take over the Earth invasion. Gone. Oxygen. US. Hey We're who hello hello hello turn. SOMEONE DOWN! All right. I think so. Shot Smash, the transmitter and the lights. Strike an F.. It. Was Close I got I look at him. From the description, it was Mr File. We got a recording anyway, but but not the most important part of the message. Poor bird suffocating to death. We've got to get you out of here. He said they agents final was probably one of them he'd be looking for. You're not trying to kill you. The police, you think the police would believe a fantastic story like this. People being kidnapped to the Mona slave labor. Moon Colony, planning an invasion of the earth, but Henry believe me they. They tap into straitjackets before we could finish. We've got some. We need time time to get. My theory was thing I know it wasn't Henry. Right. Now my only concern is for your safety and we can't walk out of here files probably waiting. As a service elevator that leads to the basement garage. We can get down there. There are some delivery. Trucks parked there all night. We can probably get started. The garage doors off the ramp. Work from the inside will stop the mechanism and make a run for I. Don't know I think if we call the by the time the police get here. We'd be dead. You think Potter would wait outside all night. Come on. That's an order, okay? What about the recording of Auburn's notes will leave that here in the safe in my office? You'll never get into that. Let's go you the elevator while I hide the recording. 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As I said x minus one in just a moment it ran at eight o'clock on NBC The hour before an episode of Goofy and sound and on many of these stations you will hear biography that addition of biography and sound. A portrait of Fred Allen. The life story of the famous radio humorous. Hope you'll be listening. Now the conclusion of x minus one the man in the Moon from sixty five years ago, may twenty ninth, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty five. Based on. The side. Try that delivery truck over there. All Right Henry. You start the mechanism to open the garage door. Jump onto the truck. We'll make it Ashford. Go have outside Chevy. Chase's private miles from the nearest neighboring completely hidden by trees run for that. Go ahead, start the door right. HUSTLERS! Out already. There's a coupe behind us. Mr Wade, chiefly following, cut up Pennsylvania Avenue. Now route one called Boulevard. It is following. He turned with us. Can you go fast much faster standing on us I've got an idea. Hang on. What'd you stop? I'll turn off the light. pestis now is double back in wild another route. I don't see anything. I think we've lost it good. I think everything's GonNa. Be All right now. We can be if my father in less than out. Much longer now. Anyone behind us. I thought I saw the blue coupe again but I mistaken. This place is really optima. Wilder can stay here indefinitely toward bigger out the next. Just up the stood road now. The House head. You're not going toward it. Now, I have a better idea. Is a big abandoned wheat silo on my grounds down a hollow where camp seen except in the air. Even the Oak Priest Shield. Hydro out there. We live the truck year. Busy. How did you ever find this placement to wait? I've always liked. Seclusion bought about twelve years ago. To get away from it all. As the effect me well hidden. This around the side. Of those Bush's? Ottawa. Assure you Henry Mr. Potter will never find us here at a million years. Doc on my own I. Know The way just a few steps. In another do. Steal. This is an unusual silos double walled would outside and steal inside completely fireproof. An army couldn't bring it. Inside the NFL government. remers secular room. They hear him. And see if the coast clear in a moment to rise will become accustomed to the darkness I'll bring back some food water. Don't belong to wait. This place gives me the willies just a moment. Away. Could. Someone even here. It's less. Way. Out I'm not alone in. A light switch. Go to. People. Shot. Around you. Speaking of the the way they're up eating live here fifteen hundred hundred. Sixty like stretching just staring at me. All the. Even more helpless than you. Who are they. To introduce. Themselves! The gentleman seated before you scar his all eras. The Astra mathematician next to him. Is Mr Robert. Chronic engineer. s familiar with arrest. They've all been. Shall we say recruited. Worked with Professor Group of the Moon. You. You'll one of our saw or yes. As one whose name was not on earliest if you turn around him, you recognize the drug to form of your friends. But I I thought it was part of the conspiracy. Contra. Snubbing necessary for us to people, the men in the window, the one who find the shot agent. Sh should. Missile was camouflaged rocket-launching at farm. And on the roof. Back for the rockets. And exactly seventy hours you and your companions will join. You. Know you see, there was another name. And read. Your. They. Ask. Talk. At ten. o'clock last night of persons. Timken Henry H forty five. I five. One hundred sixty five pounds. Brown is lightly balding. Occupation Records Custodian repeat. EMERY! AIDS forty five. Hundred. Night by transcription x minus one has brought you. The man in the moon and original radio drama written by George Leopards. Featured in the cast where Louis Van Rook Henry Santos Ortega as the chief Ross Martin as Charlie. 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George Floyd's neck has eighteen prior complaints filed against him with the Minneapolis Police, department internal affairs unit that's according to the police department and reported by CNN it's unclear what the internal affairs complaints against officer identified as Derek Show van were the MP did not provide additional details. Meantime are Mike. Born is all the story he reports at beneath the protests and riots against Minneapolis police that layers of fear and frustration from the city's black community. Residents say these feelings have been around for years and could take awhile to result in real change. The death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis Police officer has reignited cries from African Americans that they're routinely victimized by authorities. Robin Lewis a lifelong city resident and neighborhood organizer says it ranges from deadly encounters to racial profiling. She adds that for a black person. The trauma lingers. It makes people down. It brings fear among our own community. Where we live, it brings mistrust. People will tell you when you're driving. And all of a sudden the police behind you, you get scared and residents point to previous concerns about most Minneapolis officers choosing to live outside the city as creating communication gaps. Mayor Jacob Prize urging non black residents to consider these longstanding concerns. Residents Ahah lack of investment by financial institutions to help build communities adds to their frustration. A twenty seventeen star Tribune analysis found that only about eight percents of Minneapolis. Police officers actually live within the city limits. Delays of mail in ballots from Maryland's board of elections are threatening these statewide presidential primary Tuesday that's according to voting rights. Activists Folks in part of Baltimore and Montgomery. County still haven't received their ballots June second election, which was rescheduled from April. Because of the Coronavirus Pandemic Joanne Antoine with common cause. Maryland says a coalition. This week requested board of elections officials to add war in person. Vote centers an increase the number of days. They're open to compensate for the late ballots. We know that when we're looking. Looking at research and other states you want to expand the number of in person options that are available, and we certainly could have opened. These votes centers starting this weekend into election day to help with any problems that might happen. Election officials blame the mailing error on an out of state vendor. Voters can still print out ballots at home and mail them to the board of elections for more information on casting a ballot. Look online at elections. Dot Maryland Dot Gov I'm Diane Bernard. This is NS. Hospitality and gaming is dominant industry of course in Las Vegas. The frenzied environment towards have come to expect will be altered. 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The report by the Movement Advancement Project examine fourteen southern states and found unfriendly policies for the one in three individuals who identify as lesbian, Gay Bisexual transgender queer or questioning and who called the south home. The Projects Logan Casey says discriminatory laws target lgbtq youth adults, considering fostering or adopting and religious exemptions. Exemptions in healthcare, but he says sixty percent of Floridians live in places with inclusive non-discriminatory protections. Gorda has really Dan not just a southern leader, but national leader for public. News Service I'm trammell. Jones finally Ross Brow. Tell them reports demand for emergency food for food pantries up about fifty percent in Maine SOC- cove in nineteen outbreak. When you're live on, an island could be much harder to get. The main seacoast mission has gotten creative to deliver groceries to. To people on the islands who need them? They've stopped using their book for deliveries from the shutdown began in March instead the quickly coordinating with Pinup, Scott Air to fly the food in Sharon daily is Director of Island Health for the mission and also an island resident. They've got a double issue with food. First of ALL PEOPLE NOT WORKING LOB string being bad German, not being able to earn any income. Right off then there's also the issue of getting the. The food out to the islands to Maine Seacoast mission also helped set of food pantries on Monica's and French islands with the support of the area, interfaith outreach or a food pantry in the Bar Harbor, Food Bank, those at the main seacoast mission expect there could be more people needing assistance this summer. This is my Clifford. Thanks for wrapping up your week. We public news service. We are member Melissa supported, and we're online at public new service Starchy Archie! 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In a moment, the National Broadcasting Company pays tribute to the Great American humorist and with the late Fred Allen. This program is presented in observance of the sixty second anniversary of his birth. This Thursday may thirty first with Narrator Jack Haley appearing on the broadcast. We'll see some of Fred's friends from all walks of life. Just a few are doc, Rockwell Jack Benny, Kenny del Mar a little bank. Ed Herman Walk and Uncle Jim Hawkins. Also, we'll relive some of the most exciting moments of Fred's programs with of course visited Allen's alley. State now for a portrait of Rhode Island on NBC. Intel! The National Broadcasting Company presents transcribed a portrait of Fred Allen. Allen. Born in Boston than at my birth, strange thing happened. The doctor slapped me after I started crying. My First Brash critic. My parents immediately started me in show business by taking an ad in variety announcing my arrival Fred Allen has diaper will travel. I traveled to the three corners of the earth. Then they have been many changes I'm not referring to the Diet. Ladies and gentlemen our Narrator Jack Haley. No part of the thumbnail autobiography you've just heard is true. Actually John Sullivan was born in Cambridge. His father was a bookbinder and the Boston public. Library and air to Fred found work as a stack boy while still attending public school in Cambridge. The pay wasn't anything to Brag about twenty five cents an hour, most important the fact that one day and the stacks Fred found a book on Juggling Fred began to practice juggling with cigar boxes, rubber, balls, and oranges, while still youngster was appearing on Amadou Nights and the local vaudeville houses. Many drone than a professional vaudevillian recalls ATAS youngster. Sort of pimple faced kid. Variation! was looked undernourished. Rosie was. FATHERLESS and motherless a couple of. Maiden answering them while still in teens, Fred appeared as an amateur juggler wherever you could find a stage to work on an audience to play to whenever he could read returned to Boston University to study most of the time he was on the road. He was not a good juggler, and once when someone in the audience heckled him about it replied with a spontaneously funny remarked, that was far more entertaining than his juggling. As time passed, the juggling became million excuse for his coming on stage. What kept him there. And what kept the audience with him was his dry witty Patta I had a room. It was so small it had removable doorknobs. wideband over in your room. You take off the DOORKNOB just in case. Mrs Browns when you cook a bad, you had to keep singing. There was no lock on the bathroom. Bill is the world's worst juggling. Fred played in Vaudeville house all over the country. The life of Abbad venue is never an easy one, but for Fred it was especially hard for a very special reason, uncle. Jim Hawkins Fred was cancelled. Not because he didn't act, but because he wasn't understood, the manager would call up and say I hate to cancel as kid. I laughed like the Dickens. The musicians laugh the stagehands lap, but our audience did know what he was doing is. As I say in those days would say to. Say, say look. Why don't you Try this? You know you hate to see. Kid canceled so many times. Say. Why not take some all gags edition off a plate? You know and let the audience in on some of it, so they can get fee. He Says No. There must be some intelligent people in this world, and I'm going to hugh that line until I find them. Now these days when I took a lot of courage to do that, because don't forget. They were hungry days. They were short dollar days. Fred was born John Fund. Sullivan and widely known variously as Paul. Huckle Fred Saint James and Freddie James. became known spread Alan the total by Bennie drone. He was an. A booking office. Fellow by the name of Edgar Allan Used Book. This Fox circle around New York. And he was looking for work and the guy says what are you do? He Says I. Go right down on the Fourteenth Street theatre the Fox they had down there. and. Get your step down there and you'll be able to go on for the rest of. The day and It's Split Week. You'll get the three days pay. So after he left the man at the of called up and said what's his name is sending because we'd like to put his name out. With the rest of the Vaudreuil Dell and find another theater. And this fellow Edgar Allen. said his name as gallon. On the had that he said Fred Allen so out one Fred Allen, and from then on, he was known as Fred Allen Fred made his Broadway in the passing show of Nineteen, twenty two later bid and Greenwich village follies, three's a crowd and a little show. Appearing with him a little show, Libby Holman and Clinton win the first time I ever met fed was on a stage with music boxer. We were called there for. Reading Of the various sketches. And from the moment I met him. I realized that this was a very generous. Sympathetic. Wonderful Man. We play the show for Year in New York. And Fair became. A great great success. Perhaps one reason for friends successes. He was always dedicated to his work. He was an actor of the old school. You know a comedian with a fine into like. George Jetson. Talent sort of stood up in the days of Raymond. Hitchcock not good one really Kellyanne Julius talented stage and the Lecture Hall he would've Abeille held his own with any. Will Rogers feed efficiently done and all the? Other giants of a Molitor at age. As I think of him now I. think that Fred would have been more appreciated in the days of swirling capes. Lobos another longtime friend Admire Fred's is John Royle while many actors were playing in the houses are the nightclub. Fred would be. Playing the typewriter, one finger either riding for himself writing for some other artists not so well off. Who needed some material? It never became competitive. with people. Fred never kicked about. You never kicked about dressing rooms. All he wanted was a space in one where he could go out and work. Fred never was vicious. Found happiness in this work on the stage. But. He found an even greater happiness in a person met there. Fred and bought them were married on May. Fourth Nineteen twenty seven. It was an extraordinarily happy marriage and this wonderful woman. She was a great inspiration to fred everything he did. Uncle Jim Hawkins because he respected her so much when he would write hour after hour at our anytime in the mornings he was with them always all night when it'd be writing, and she would set the time for him to take the walks when she'd say that's enough. Let's take a walk. He would drop everything. There was never any such thing as a squabble in that family, and there's no one ever has married as they. They were because they were always together everywhere. No matter where they went, he went nowhere without her the same with Portman she never neighbor without him, and if they walk down the street and holding hands, you know it wasn't any silly holding hands. It was beautiful bond between two people that the average person day with us. Crazy way of living doesn't understand in the spring of nineteen thirty two after a two year run in the Little Show Fred closed broadly on October twenty third of that year, he appeared in his first radio show. This is Roger Wide at Allen's producer and the days of the. Club! To. Make present another. Bat Vogue Reviews Darling. Thank you. down. With the PROM boy. Your man. Here tonight eubanks telegram flex. I read it on the way up to meet them all travel. You can pay for it on the way back. Now on with the job. At the of seven weeks to critics, everybody, who was this Brad Allen that's but merely start of all the. Radio critics just WANNA know who fed our was from there on. He really started to rise. He had nothing else on the world on his mind. showbusiness doc Rockwell. He didn't cut her it up with a lot of photography or newest yourself. Stop running like that just concentrated on these one thing. I recall you read today. Thirteen to fourteen newspapers every day. That was part of it was concentrated on that one thing results. His mind was absolutely clear is programs or call various times a salad bowl review the Saleh Paddock. Review the hour of smiles. Which one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four became the popular townhall tonight, so that's the weaver. Now Jam of the Board of NBC was at that Time Agency producer of hall tonight Mr Weaver. Bread was doing a very. Literate. High Class Program even though it was broadly conceived in many ways and had a tremendous audience which a lot of. Critics tickly intellectual critics now forget forget that the Fred Allen show. The town hall tonight show in those days in the Middle Thirties reached According to our research at the time about three homes out of four three very homes out of four followed the Allen Show. This is as big an audience as anybody could get toward the end of each town hall tonight. Show Fred would feature some amateurs. It didn't matter much what that talent was. What made it so wonderful was Fred's ad-lib abuse with these people. One of these amateurs was the cause or one of the classic feuds of show business. Fred had a boy violinist on the show. It was ten years old. And he played the be. And when he got through with the number, he said. He asked his boys. And how old are you in the boys? Ten is ten years old new play, the be so well. He said Jack Benny ought to be ashamed of himself, and that's all he said, and he probably said that knowing that I was listening to his show. Me Laugh. So on the next show on my show. At the very tag of the show, the thing we call the tag is to marry, and this was merely to make fred laugh. I said Mary. Take this I'm GONNA. Take a message to Fred. Allen. Formula Dear. Fred when I was ten years old, I could play the be two well the next week. Fred had some stooges on who were supposed to known me in more Keegan Illinois to prove that I couldn't play the be when I was ten years old. The following week on my show, I brought people on for more Keegan. Who? Said I could play the be when I was ten years old. And before we knew it, we were into the darndest feud you I've ever seen which was very end. The strange part of it is I can safely say from six to eight months with this view before we even call each other on the phone about it. Get excited, look if you're cheap your cheap. That's the way I look at it. Some people say Paradise ends the Hobby. My Hobby is not spending. Big Laughs on your program. Probably the most data spying event to fred the whole wonderful feud was a ninety stole Benny's bridges. Wait on that vitamin, an expert operating hopping pressing machine. Card Game. Where am I? Fifteen years I've been waiting to catch you. Haven't seen the end me. It won't be long. May Twenty Nine, one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, six, NBC's biography and sound portrait of Bread Allen you're listening to classic, Radio Theatre maybe you could relate to this. A lot of people think they're stuck with their health plan. It costs too much, or for whatever reason they just don't like it, but great news not stuck with it. There is a choice it's called. 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Who set the spark for one of Fred's really unforgettable broadcast. John Crosby, recalls the Night Eagle Loses. Something Fed never quite got over. Eagle got loose in the committee indiscretion. Right on. Roars of laughter whether it's really man, anything, radio, audience or not, I don't know, but they kept getting about it for weeks and weeks later well, the very large studio, and the it was bald headed as the American national bird is. But he became excited and then flying from stage to the rear balcony. His feathers flew. Needless to say no more eagles studio. I. I think as long as. There's Evans I want to congratulate you. Wanted to get a rise out of the eagles. And I think as long as the Eagle is a bird of prey that we have just a better discontinue the question and started praying. We have a loose eagle in the. rockefellers hardly building a lot of ad-lib exit exits. Much time has been taken up with the captain night around there with a pound of hamburger work. Tonight back there with a minute a little while ago, but it was too well done on the Eagles Senate back now, just arrived with the proper steak and I can assure you that the captain's night has the Eagle Vice. Versa showbusiness made Fred Allen Rich Man, but he remained throughout his life, a man of simple tastes and modest habit. Today? Fred used to stop at a newsstand at the corner of fifty seventh seventh avenue and visit with Newsboy Stanley trip Linski. It did so much for so many people that so few new really about. If you looked at his face looks so that van. unsmiling times, but yet the man had a heart. So much larger than the average person. Probably the greatest pleasure financial independence brought him. That enabled him to help other people write a more green, recalled and amusing count of red generosity. Fred for many years of course was the easiest touch on Broadway or anywhere else if a man wants played with him in a bill in Topeka Kansas. He then suddenly considered Fred forty years later to be his uncle and Roma letter saying I need money in Fred of course invariably would send it, and so there are many panhandlers around actual. Pam had his who would attach themselves to Fred and meet up with him wherever he went around town. Read was a tremendous war, great walker, and every Sunday he used to go to mass. At Saint Malachy Church. On Forty Ninth Street. And there was one fellow around hemos name was the whistler, and he discovered read was going to mass at eleven, o'clock every Sunday, and so he stationed himself along the Line of March on forty ninth street, a few doors up from the church in front of a ticket office, a Broadway ticket office, and every Sunday, when Fred would come I would say hello Fred and Berendsen whistler and hand him two dollars. This went on for a long time. As a matter of fact, it was Kinda such a routine whistler himself a little job in the office running tickets for them. And one Sunday Fred showed up and there was no whistler. And? He looked into the ticket office and one of the men who came running out and said read almost around, he said yes, he says whereas the whistler and the man said well. Today was his birthday, so he took the day. Would you give me two dollars for him? In Fred's, said yes. Yes, I would, and had two dollars and started win as an afterthought, he came back, and said Oh by the way, said read Would you tell the whistler that I'm going to the Coast for eight weeks here? Sixteen dollars an also when I get back John Crosby. He was always a target for DOT ORG ACTORS AND Used to carry I remember three or four different bundles of money, and he knew where where the five dollar bills the ten dollar. Bills where he was a constructive given to, he wasn't a soft touchy was understandable touch. Uncle Jim Hawkins here's what you call constructive help. matzec Jim could I see Fred. Now. He's an old timer. Follow about fifty. And Should tell you the truth are going to. Put the slug in the lack over that fleabag and I'm living in overnight, avenue. It's don't get thirty bucks. He says I'll be carrying the banner you know. I says one thing before I asked him now. Did you ever play on the bill with Fred? Always thirty some years ago, but he wasn't remember. I wait here. I'm an infrared was busy writing, and I said listen you remember an act named songs on so and so. Oh? Yes, JAM! Yes, G.! That was thirty. Some you you know. He had the models faculty being able to reach into that. Bring that up. Yes, sure sure. A Nice Act Hawaii while I says he's here now. I WanNa see you. He says well sure. Be Glad this. Is this clamping dentures? You know that's the bite. was his expression for putting the bite on. I said yes, it is all sure sentiment now the fellow comes in is Mr. Allen France says. It wasn't Mr Thirty some years ago at the Princess in Chicago and Iraq frightened jolly. Add Ellen. Jeez I didn't think you can remember it shows why not you got. Act or nice people now watch. Your problem told in the hotel. Thirty Bucks is I. Hate the door basis. I don't know well. It's just we can take care of that. That's no problem. But what are you going to do? Always I'm all washed up by shove as this is concerned, I know that. And I'm willing to wipe, but I can't get a job or what kind of work? Was I'm handy around a gas station? You know I'm not clever, but I'm hand around cars and things like that, so. Fred gave him one hundred dollars of scene note. Now he said that man up in that job. He asked him if he needed any more money. He didn't but the nicest part of the whole thing. He took that gas station telephone number. And once every week for almost a year, he would call it. Let's say for the one of a name is. This hunts gas station? Yeah, this is Fred. Allen could I talk to my friend Tom? Bailey only to give that fellow a standing among strangers. 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One could not forget such people as the leather lung, flagrant political orator of the South Senator Klag on. Heard this character. And later he named Senator Crag on which course made him famous more than anything else. The fact that Fred named him, and wrote the material for him Kenneydell sometimes better known as Senator Klag Lon phenomenon spent a great deal of time over each character, portrayal or delineation in the writing of it. And when it came time to be done on the air. He, never wants gave the slightest kind of. Reading. To follow. In felt that you were hired for the job and he had confidence enough in you and in your interpretation. That he never as many directors will do. Give you a a different annual a different idea? or a different perception of what he meant, he expected you know and. Whether he was dissatisfied or not. You'll never aware of it. In other words that Allen was never in the sense that we come to think of it now a boss. He was always a friend. And of course this made his shows and his rehearsals. The most unusual the most. Dignified well Portland here. We are back and Allen's alley say the Senate is home. Tonight is hound. Dog is curled up around the poor yeah. I'm. All the name Hannity back on I. Know I know you're from Dixon. Van I only Georgia cracked. Our the fat very now laying. down. On. Carolina I know what you're thinking. Oh some labor. On. Wonder how Moody. Dench Day. You have any trouble sleeping. Athletes I got short eyelid. Only one awake on the farm, a cow hid in Shami your couch and sleep at tall. Gender is we should be. I didn't know which end meals. You're confused A. First Time I wrong end and got two buckets full of United Heroes. Next door. is how. Accepting maybe hoagie Cobb pulse. Initiative and you have trouble sleeping. Every night with his raining. Raking may up your dreams? Different things different things. How do you mean one nine PM streaming? Here's the lone ranger. On. His yelling. Show I Ho- Shabazz. Tells us. Back? In High Buddy. Only Andy. Jacks candidate one. Is that green flag with the gold hop on at Ajax. I mean you're celebrating? The. New Year he then infidel Ireland is free. Celebrating all week boy as soon as word reached, categories rank to the public. And we thank. A coach to King's your. Choice to Martin, Donny. Boy this think is under house on the House L.. We all got up there. Nobody knew. Jack you are in bad shape. Fred by now is at the top of his profession. He could have chosen his friends from among the famous, the brilliant, the great people of Times more often shows his friends for their own personal worth. As restaurant Max asmus recalls. Some people but get tablet. Get so dizzy. And they look. At. People when they not as successful as and they look down on them. But Fad was type that. Nobody was ever too small for him. It was never to be for anybody. Fred got a lot of pleasure out of writing to people and and wonderful. Let us they were. Dennis Day when anyone received a letter from Fred Allen out here on the coast. It was like getting a first edition. Everyone would get a call. I. Want you to come over and read the letter. Because it was invariably such a letter, he loved to keep in touch with people and you, you know. All of his letters were in small. Letters you never use any capitals. But! They were always gems of. Yes and gems of whip they were. Goodman ace it was in one of the many acerbic letters. I got from Fred when I was in Hollywood that he wrote his now famous description of the west coast. California he said is a wonderful place to live if you happen to be an orange. One day. I asked Fred why he always typed and lower case. Doesn't shifty on your typewriter. Work, Fred. and. He said yes, but I've never been able to shift for myself. Most of the year you find Freddie to some radio studio. Typewriter getting next week shows ready when vacation time game around enjoyed going to main visiting old friends. Then I'm bill. Mallon from all the between. I've known Fred Allen for over twenty years. I always remember our golfing. At the beat the country club Tummas. And of course Brad Never played golf because he never did anything, he wasn't perfect. Golf one of them. One of these golfing outings redwood, the caddy Parabola Father Bob wide in the one I song with right popular. Call doing what comes naturally. And made a trip up to this song that he dedicated the the white. And I remember it so well goes like this father white dude very tight. Upshot, the won't rip them. Plenty net bizarrely says is dominant. Paul comes my wife, and I came to this country in nineteen forty six. And so could be true to say that. We came in just for the last Act Glorious Last Act James Mason, he was innocent are welcoming committee. He gave us helping I live in New York he helped us. Feel at home in America. But must've already made us feel good that he made us feel good in this new country that we'd come to live in. Love New York. He made his love America by know. Positive propaganda show you. He just made us feel at home. And endearing picture Fred the American in Paris is recalled by to bankhead. Fed Alan and I would together for two years. On the big show. Setting the rock of Gibraltar all of us. And I remember I think probably follow read so much much much about him. He's a deeply religious man. And every Sunday with brick, between about ten and eleven thirty and Lobbied for. The. Amount always say well done Bernie me, and when we went to London and Paris to the big show wound, Paris. Great Wall Ebay radical taxi car and he wanted to find a church, and I asked him for not giving the Melissa. My car and we had a friendship. And he drove me beautiful to. And, they fed got out. He said you think relieving interpreted in their. More Green and George Foster. In Paris he came up with. Some of the funniest lines I personally have ever heard, he said. The Food in Paris is served inflames for the First Time. The American in Paris enjoys food he can read by. He also had the great lines about the money. He said that you know French money is made a ridiculously thin paper. and. He said that It was the thinnest paper you've ever seen in public. You also had lines like French money is Kleenex with murals. said he'd been blowing his nose in for five days before he found out, it was money. Practically nothing was sacred in that respect of Fred and many people mistook this as bitterness, which it was not at all, it was the man's innate cents What was comic and what was? A tackle in any given situation and this included intimately himself. One of the great classics humorous creations came about when Fred Until Lula Sarah is a Mr and Mrs Breakfast team. Hey look ahead. Bad got a program to do with you quit yapping. Except clock in the morning. WHO's up? Garbage collectors in some burglars. Record you want to go back to Housing Gardenia? Invite a check all right ahead. Yeah. What were you glean the powder room at the? Brash rate. I'm mouth taste. My mouth tastes like a sandal just pulled his foot out of it. dimes sleepy. A lot of just say not sleeping sleeping on pasternack pussy willow mattress. Pussy willow which with cat hair. Every time I lay down on that cat at my beck archers. Copy. It's about time. What are you trying to do poisoned make? KEESA fresh, even kill you want a. why do you think the government makes them? Put that skull and crossbones on the? Look at that I spilled some on my. Own. Little. You're not putting any of that Adam. jo-john me. Nineteen fifty-five read was awarded the radio. Pioneers citation bringing your radio and television the finest traditions of the American stage for over twenty five years. Right Allen created characters of enduring and endearing quality. Who can forget is one long detective skip. 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That's the power mole dot com, the our mall DOT COM. You're listening to Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station Fred Allen passed away unexpectedly of a heart attack March, seventeenth, nineteen fifty-six on the streets of his favorite city. New York he was born on May thirty, first, eighteen, ninety four and this program aired. Two days prior to his birthdate would have been his sixty second birthday. Let's listen now to the conclusion of NBC's biography and sound a portrait of Fred. Allen May Twenty Ninth Nineteen fifty-six now. Let's relief traditional Christmas show. Is he being Santa Claus is just a century after the other. I'm giving the world back durant and McNally I. Don't see that Sander. asking. Shannon and moving shun. It's just one Christmas. I'm the WHO enjoy in peace. Santa Claus. Shirks Brian John Hey mall! Where's my bag? Marini? muchly. You ended Yep I'm going. Ghana change my mind. Thank you Santa. Christmas ain't Christmas without Santa Claus I'm giving the world one more chance. Statement for all the Kitty. Each. Hi. You always had a little DAB of humor. I call it. A Little Dab was because he issued dabs you couldn't. Pin Fred down. He would have a dab of humor for everything. Schreiner Fred had one of floppy which I. Think is worth remembering. Along with a great deal of humor in that was. He went said that if you want, would you have you always have what you want? In his last letter deduct rock while he wrote. DOT Says I can't eat salt I can't eat sugar. I can't have any meat. I tand lie on the sand I can't go in the water. I may just as well state on here and stay in a closet and sort of a prophetic. Little party had in there I. Don't know how it came up, but he says the way to live. Each day as if that they may be the last and someday, you'll be right. But looked at television with a jaundice die. I have been involved. There I've been a failure I've been in motion pictures and I have been in radio currently I am in trouble. Trouble spelled sideways is television and television has not only changed the lives of the performers, but the lives of many innocent people I heard of a sad case, where after a couple got married on the bride and Groom Television Program. They learned that their marriage will not be legal in twelve states for six weeks until the Kennedys go is shown. In spite of his jokes about television, the medium appealed to his show business blood and he couldn't stay away from it. Mr, weaver tell it like Fred's was needed by television. And if it had not been for his health, he would have I'm sure. Lightened up his formula and the town hall tonight, or it's television version would have become one of the great classics, of TV, all his life read wanted to be a writer, and it was a source of great happiness to him that his treadmill to oblivion became a bestseller. When he died on march seventeen to this year. You left behind an unfinished autobiography, which he wrote in a small dusty office. You rented for more green enjoyed foster. One of the most touching was. Coming back to this office, the Tuesday after Fred had died. He'd been there on Saturday. We hadn't been in the office for six or seven days. And we never quite were sure when fed been in the office. We knew he was there every day and yet you never buy. There was never any sign that fed had occupied this place. Except, if you knew friend, everything was neat as a pin. The dust was still need. He disturbed so little and yet disturbed so much with his tremendous talent. But personally he was the most methodical in the finer sense of what methodical means rather than against the drudgery sense of it. we walked in the following Tuesday open the refrigerator and there with the two bottles of apple juice. In the four or five pieces of fruit and the little container of cottage cheese. And in the bottom of the wastebasket. which was quite clean, were a few little shadings from the pencils he had shot him the last penalty job and But my open, the secretary drawer, and in it were twelve brown paper bags neatly folded. These with the bags, with which he had brought to work the fruit, the apple, juice and so. He never threw them away. In case we might possibly meet them and the big show. Theme Song Imagine Loosen that we always ending the show with. and. I would like to end this tribute by putting the last line on the big show. made the good. Lord bless and keep you until we meet again. Good night. Ladies and gentlemen. Is Eminence Francis Cardinal Spellman. Archbishop of New York. But, I always admired about Fred. Allen. Was the same quality that will rogers possession. As a great interpreter of American life, the cloudy was essential an unassuming charity. He loved him so to God and country well. He was kind and helpful to his neighbor. And his neighbor was every human being. Ever in help those in need. And especially loyal and generous to those of his own profession. Huma Universal and popular as it was. Never was offensive. Fred was a truly religious man. He requested the famed actress Church Saint Malachy. Close to the glittering lights of Broadway. And in the midst of those lights, he lived his life publicly, but also quietly as the ugly practices fate. Fred Allen Love Life. And lifted well. But this conscious that earthly life is a preparation for life, eternal. He made his diagnosis of life. And his prognosis of afterlife in the language of the theater. This is only the prologue here. The big show is up about. You're listening to biography and south, which tonight presented fence by a portrait of Red Allen. We wish to express our appreciation to I'm moderator Jack Kelly and to the few reds, many friends who appeared on the program. On the NBC staff, our thanks go to Earl hefner writer, Robert Logan Director and the many who helped it its preparation. This is. A man, who never really got his doing the television world except for his appearances on. What's my line? May Twenty ninth. Nineteen fifty six Fred Alanon. Classic Radio Theater. You can find our podcasts and this whole program at Classic Radio Dot Stream. I'm Wyatt Cox. Thank you for listening to this station. Support the advertisers, Teleprensa radio shows or back Classic Radio Theatre here on your favorite station and the USA radio network. Introducing the her journey around the world started in are overflowing bathroom sink policy from American family insurance insure carefully dream fearlessly. Get a quote. Find an agent visit, amfam DOT COM for homeowners policy information raw. American. Family Mutual Insurance Company ended. Operating Companies Six thousand American Parkway Madison Wisconsin. 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Now here's your host why it Cox out West this hour for an episode of Have Gun, will travel starring John Dangerous Paladin the spin off show up to the television show. The only case I'm aware of in the only case I've ever been able to find Abi radio show being a spin off of a TV show. This episode was originally broadcast on May. Twenty, ninth, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, the episode, entitled Dusty and his Uncle Muncie. I don't WANNA put a bullet new, but if you harm that boy, I'll have to just stand where you are. Have Gun will travel. Starring Mr John Diner as Paladin. Franscisco, Eighteen, seventy, five the Carlton Hotel. Headquarters of a man called Paladin. A Know Hello Hey Brian. Wow this This young gentleman! Come to see you. Know, he come looking for you. Will he say very important well? What's your name? Young Man Gusty. Sure you're Mr Palam. As I am. Here. What's this darn sixty one cents? I WANNA hire you. Hire me uncle. Muncie says she was a gunfighter worked for money. Uncle Muncie. Yes, sir. Jeeter I live with Ooh Ooh. I see and. Well, just what is it you want to hire me for? Dusty gotTA keep them from killing Mr Big, Mr big ease my dog in uncle, Muncie and jeeter. They're gonNA. Shoot them all now. Why would they want to shoot him? because. They said he's nor shiftless, but he ain't. Mr Paladin honesty ain't. Where do you live dusty? Thirty miles south in the hills. Thirty miles. Today's Ryan. How did you get here? Runoff. took all my money and my mule. Run off and you came to San Francisco so. Yes. Sir, well dusty know. Your uncle maybe? You. Worry about nothing. Slightly you'll give me another look when I go back though he couldn't be all that bad so. You Ain't going to help me, are you? You. Ain't gonNA. Help me none at all. Hey, boy, he's. got a room for dusty and charged my account. He's going to need a good night's sleep before we start back in the morning, Baja? Right away. You mean you're gonNA. Can Help Mr Paladin that's right dusty. Right back with you and we'll talk to them about Mr Big. Thanks. Thanks a lot Wait a minute. There's there's just one of the things dusty. Here. I want you to keep this dollar and sixty one cents. Might need it. The most extravagant vacation imaginable. Then picture yourself going on vacation sounds like a daydream. Well, it isn't. It's completely possible, but it does take a bit of planning such as the regular purchase of United States, savings bonds now. The best way to do that is through the payroll savings plan. That's the best way because it's the sure way to buy your savings bonds. The payroll savings plan works like a charm because it's completely automatic. Your employer does everything for you. It's especially easy on you. Because money is saved from your paychecks before you have a chance to miss it, and when those bonds mature, you'll come. Pack your bags while that extravagant vacation because united, states savings bonds pay back four dollars for every three dollars you put in. Giant payroll. Savings Glenn where you work. That's the way to save money regularly. Earn extra money regularly through united. States savings bonds. The ride back to uncle, munchies took most of the next day. Sun was setting by the time we saw little shack best called home. Dog was tied to a nearby tree. The man was standing in the cluttered yard, watching US right in. Muncie Mr Ballard. Mr Figel. Who? Boy. Came to San Francisco to see me. Mr Muncie Mr Paladin. Know gunfighter. Stay round here, so you just get just hold on a minute. Don't you WANNA know lie? Dusty came to see me no matter y you run off. That's all install his chore now. Get off that new boy. A lot of work to catch up on you promise me you won't kill Mr Big. I don't make bargains with you young. OFF Our. I told you get Paladin. Kent and I'll do what I want you remember that boy you hear. told. Enough of that you get your hands off me. Why? What's going on, hi. Get your rifle. I wouldn't've Iowa jeeter. WHO's he? Stink stinking gunfighter names Paladin Paladin Yeah. What's he doing? Dusty. Bring them back and he's going to get beaten forty. I'll never forget year that boy. You're wrong ONC-. Dusty. You're coming with me. House like to San Francisco got no right to do that. Mike can an I aim to keep them well. What so you can beat them? Make them do your chores i. don't think someone see. You're not going to have the chance. I'll get you for this Paladin. JEETER. We'll fix you real good. We better get mr big dusty. We have to be moving. Fire dies down turn in. San Francisco in the morning. I'm right. Sorry about making so much trouble mystery panel. Don't you worry about industrial? It'll work on. What about your mother and father dusty? Remember, them House only to died so I never know. OKLA- Muncie. He says. He says that about most everybody though. Mister big. How did you get him? He come around Wendy. Lot year ago. Look Hungary and skinny so. Again some food. He talked to me right off. I kept him. Phoenix graphs and stuff. What did your uncle threatened the shooting? Aspect mostly because Mr big jumped a warm day. I'll go months. He was fixing the Whitney. killed them right then. When he went for his. TOOK MR big and we run off in the hills. Did your uncle go after you? Know Sir. Mr Big new starved out there. So we had to go back home. What happened then? Camonte. Mister big to a trillion. told me he's GONNA shoot him. Everyday told me that. Jeeter laugh at me when I start crying. So you came after me. He's. I took Mr Big along with the only. I couldn't get him loose. Let See. Men when. I've noticed. Auburn Hills at time. How's IT holiday? I get scared. Put Mr Big. He'd get up real close to me. And and everything all right. Dusty, aren't there any neighbors around here? Someone who could have gone to? only the thompsons. They got a place not far from here. Why don't you go there? I don't know good. Just seen wants her so. Sides uncle months, he'd be good if I did on that. He don't like me talking to folks. Does your uncle beat you very often dusty. Most. And See! Some besides. That kind of funny. Maybe right. I'll take a look. Rifles pointed right at. You. Your gun belt rapid fire their piloting. Longest. Told you we get you and I, told you that. You. The boy jeeter. Out to keep them STU. See that. He had a derringer hit on him. Dirty. I should have killed him a long time. You shut up, kid. You chat up here. Your own back homeboy. Come on, let's go. Put a bullet in Paladin now. Just leave him be. coyotes. From May Twenty Ninth Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty John Diner starring as Paladin in have gun will travel. We'll have more lab gun. World Travel when Classic Radio Theatre continues in three minutes. Maybe you can relate to this. 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He's coming around more. Get Him some. Water Kathleen. Easy now where? Were you. On Thomson Morgan Thompson Housing, this is my way. Somebody hits you awful hard Mr Yeah. How'd you find me? We heard shotton when I. Found you land by Campfire. Mocking. Better drink this water, Mr Yeah. Thanks. What you need. Paladin. You know we were afraid. Fractured your scarlet I, but. Now. It looks like you're GonNa be alright. I've got to. Settle back you're in no condition to be moving. To wouldn't get two steps to week. As a matter. What happened out there tonight? Who Your head when I think, they took dusty and I've got to get. Here's Muncie. Muncie. or You mean that old coot live model so down the road and that's right. Boy. Is His nephew of Oh I know Morgan. Dusty must be that little boy. We saw peeking through the trees at us that day, remember. What's he got to do with all this? And I was taking him back to San Francisco. Muncie and His son. JEETER had tried to stop a outcome. You taking him to San Francisco because I didn't like the way. Way Muncie and Jeeter were treating the boy. They had them frightened after death. Took pleasure in beating. Made Him. Do most of the work around the place. Threatened to kill his dog. which they finally did. He. You mean they beat the boy? He's had his share whippings. More I can. Be Done about that. He's in for another one. I don't stop. Just live back. Be. Any ryden to more. Yeah. I, guess you're right. Here's one thing though Mr. You're not going after that boy alone. I'm going with you. Paladin. Some I appreciate what you and your life did. Permit staunch Oh forget it. Anybody would have done the same. Maybe. I can diet out there. Yeah me like that's what Muncie and Geeta figured you. Haven't heard that before. No. Sir Shakeup ahead. Don't see anybody. Maybe it's too early for him to be up. there. Come on. Chico hands off not boy. As Told gesture. Put a bullet any. We fixed you last night. I probably would have Thompson ear in his life hadn't found Thompson. I thought I seen you somewhere before. That's right Muncie, we're neighbors, and if I had known how you've been treating this boy out of been over here for now, meddlers y'all a bunch of stick. It medalists now. This boy's Mike I am to do with him. One pre not beating months. Yes, beaten. You've been crying and carrying out about that Russia dog all night. He done that. You're going to get a weapon for it and you ain't GonNa. Stop me this time, pal. Jeeter? During that boy loose. Now. All right. Dusty get on my horse. Sir. You've got no right. This is my property and that boys Mike Kin. We gotta right Muncie. When anybody treats a boy the way you treat him, he belongs here and you ain't. GonNa, take him. This whole thing is going to be turned over to the law. You Ain't taking him. Come on Mister Thompson. Accuse. You validated you. Look what. You? You kill. You saw you saw what happened Jeeter I had shoot him. You didn't have to you. What did you expect me to do? Let him shoot me in the back. Spee had. It's on account that sticking little kid. He'd bunks on US Garang. JEETER. You brought it on yourself. Get him out of here. and. I'll never bringing back. I think that's the smartest thing you've said. It's just too bad. You're pod in the sad. Long time ago. While, we know John Diner mostly for his radio work and mostly in Westerns that we best remember Gunsmoke and Frontier Gentlemen in this episode. Have Gun will travel. E also appeared a lot in television. and. Television shows in which he appeared his appearances on gunsmoke very seem to be the ones that showcase best to four range of his talents between nineteen, fifty, five and nineteen, sixty six, he portrayed psychotic gunman, a pathetic town, drunk, a dejected and childless farmer, a brain, damaged freight operator and a timid resident of Dodge city who gained fleeting celebrity after killing an outlaw. John Diner. Quite the actor! And we hear him here on. Have Gun will travel for May Twenty Ninth Nineteen Sixty I'm Wyatt. Koch! You're listening to classic. Radio Theatre will have the conclusion of this along with the yours truly johnny dollar story in our next half hour. That starts in four minutes here on your favorite station. We encourage you to participate in the. Gift Card Challenge these days. We all probably know of a local business that is struggling to adapt to the current realities. Here's a small way that you can help by mounting the gift guard challenge. If you're able think of your favorite local business and then by a gift card today, buy it online or pledged to buy one as soon as you can. Every little bit will help. Restaurants have takeout or delivering. Many businesses have online shopping options participate in the Gift Card Challenge today by gift. 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What he's a pilot on columnists want to tell her boito young lady. He'd be late for them. He said he must go shopping law. He was talking of young boy. You remember one called dusty. Come to Hamis pilot in many days ago. Young lady not angry. Comes back I saw. Young lady with for you saw good. I'll join her in a few minutes, but I I want you to feed this gift. I got for dusty. Feed. Not on a stand, well a part of dusty. His family is in this box here. Pilot, LITTERBOX! Right. Dusty and his new parents Mr Mrs Thompson coming here tomorrow, and I want I. Want us to have the rest of his family. He boy still not understand. Maybe. You show me what is inbox. Right boy, but it'd be careful now. He's pretty ferocious. This marked its mark exactly like the dogs dusty to on. I over San Francisco Fry. He's another little, the very happy. I hope so abloy. I sure hope so. pepsi-cola refreshes without filling. Why because it's truly light alley? You're forgetting something. 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I'll try to pick something up do that. And something else Mr Parks that auto accident three years ago when Susan's parents were killed. Dollar. You know what about it. I mean. Passed his always with. Ugo See will connors their Las Vegas. He run at the port. County Weekly Tribune. Tell Him I sent you. And Be careful. Once again Mr box careful of what I still don't know. Tonight and every Weekday Night Bob Bailey in the transcribed adventures of the man with the action packed expense account America's fabulous freelance insurance investigator truly Johnny Dollar. From special investigator Johnny Dollar Location Las Vegas Nevada. To the Home Office American Northern Trust Company Hybrid Connecticut. Assignment the matter of reasonable doubts, expense-account continue. I don't for seven dollars and a quarter. Triple wasn't enough so I bought. The whole bottle took it up to my own. I was Bush to not just for being caught out desert cloudbursts. Grimly Louis widow owner of the flint rock ranch wanted to set up an insurance trust and convey all our holdings over sixteen year old granddaughter. Susan are only other heirs were her nephew Walter manage the ranch and his wife Hilda. Jason Parks, Mike Class local representative and respected. President of the Flint Bank had started proceedings then got cold feet and drop them. Why he didn't know. Just a hunch something was wrong. He'd call for help and I. was that help? Total results so far zero. I put the Corrigan the brandy bottle and went to bed. ADMIN GIANCARLO HURRY? The Weekly Tribune like a thousand other weekly Tribune's across the country. Competing with the big dailies, not even trying to printing the little things, homey things and hanging on. One Man Office editor publisher reported proof reader, and at the moment Lana type operator. Again, of course, but the man of the line of type looked as always name. Just head to be, we'll connor name will connor. What can I do for you I'm Johnny Dollar Mr Connors Jonas? Parks Flint rocks just. Jones called me this morning said you'd probably be in glad. Noy thanks same here. You said you'd most likely be asking all sorts of crazy question I was to. where? Humor you might put it that way. To answer them if I could but Mr Parks, tell you who I am. The. Jones me Ben Friend for twenty years, and if he says you're all right, that's good enough for me. Thanks to both of you just one thing though Mr Dollar. Story in this. Maybe any chance given me scoop. Scoop. I haven't heard that word. In Years, I had one in years in fact I. Never had one always have to get my front page story by reading here Las Vegas daily. But you're smart Alex. getting telegraphs from Moscow and Paris and France, and all them places. Anybody can get scoops that way but me. I got to get out and scratch for what I print. It sure do me good to put one over on them dudes I'd get me out an extra. A big banner headline on got the type to never been used exclusive Ryan across the top. And knock them back on their byline. All right. If there is a story, you get it. That's a promise. A scoop. Live and breathe in scoop. Dow Gone Yeah now about the question. Young Fellow, what do you want to know anything? You can tell me about Mrs Grimly and the Flint Rock Ranch Mrs Gramley. Now there is a woman for you on. They don't make that kind. These days noticed any change in her lately well I. Wouldn't want to go any farther. I understand and I guess it depends on what you mean by lately. I ain't seen her twice in the last year. Allow no visit out there anymore, so I found out yesterday or nephew took a shot at me with a rifle. You don't see my. They are getting clannish. Do you know of any reason for him acting that way? Cooked in funny going on out that ranch, what for instance, good say, but like I was telling you only seen her twice, and she was different. Somehow it was like she was well breaking up shorter scared of something maybe I. Don't know I have a nephew by any chance Walter well I'd say he acts about as to. She does or as upset. At least maybe they're both guarantees. What about the granddaughter? Susan? She's scared to Ha- to happen for all. She strange enough all right, but the all neck himself wouldn't scaring on. What do you mean she's strange enough? You met her MR dollar for about three minutes yesterday afternoon. Enough. She Strike You As one of the most honest kids I've ever met. Or else the cleverest ask. It's about the size. Of which do you think beach me? I've known her since the day she was born. ME. It's quite a family including that fancy wife of Waller's Hilda. What about her Let's just say he's too much for him. You follow me. Your, I think so. They're all worried on edge, either about the same thing or different things are pushed a driven you can. You can feel it. Pressure out there anything can happen. Maybe it already has Maybe, it happened three years ago. What do you mean? That was an auto accident three years ago on Mrs Greenlee Son and his wife Susan's parents. They were killed in it I've got Morgan filed here. I wrote it up pretty complete when it happened. Yeah, I WANNA look through those files later, but right now want the story behind the story. If there is one nettle if there is I, don't know. I think you would if anybody would being a newsman. Far as I just an accident. Happen. Well, it was on the road to the ranch. Up there were winds through the bluffs. It rating pitch-black. There'd been an argument back at the house from La had a lot of arguments I guess. But Anyway Hilda got mad left took her car and headed for town. And while afterward, ed had all he could take. Can he run out to and jumped in his car? Susan tells me. That was a habit of her father's. Whenever he lost his temper in an argument. Yeah, always get in the car and drive like a demon over. She also made a kind of stranger mark, she said. They knew about it. And what you mean by that? You'll have to ask Susan what she meant. So where jumped in his car that night and Mary one winning trying to calm down I guess. We come around that curve. You must have been doing sixty skidding half out of control. And there was his car parked on the Curve Square and his headlights. May Stride into full speed. Both cars roll over. The bank, caught fire and burned up in Mary were dead before the car stopped. How did get? He wasn't there? He had a flat left. Her car parked started back on foot. See he was lucky. That's all. She. Sure was Mr Connors. Reluctant! I took back file at the Tribune into the office, and whatever the news stories on the deaths of Ed Green and his wife. I've found nothing that will. Connors hadn't already told me shocking loss. Fine People's sudden accidents. I kept hanging up on that word accidents. I kept wanting to put a question mark after. I was so. It didn't even notice her come in until she spoke to me. Don. Wow. Are you following me Susan? Got Some copy for Mister Connors I write articles for him. Sometimes you know clever kid and all that sort of. I see you took me seriously. Audi figure. You didn't close that paper fast enough. Now why would an investigator from the cattlemen's association interested in an auto accident? Three years back Suppose you tell me because you're not an investigator for the CATTLEMEN's Association. WHO ARE YOU MR dollar. I've got half a notional level with you, Susan. Then I'll go the other half by leveling with you. And Hilda call the Association office in Reno this morning. They said they never heard of you imagine that. Mr Parks out at the ranch just before I left, she asked him about you, too. He said he'd never seen or heard of you are seeing. He was lying though I can always tell when people are lying and they know it, too. That's why they're uncomfortable around me. Yeah I know what you mean. Alec. Susan did Mr Parks Talk to your grandmother. No, it was supposed to arrange for me to Syria. I'm not sure yet. I'm shooting in the dark arts time somebody did. Where are you staying Mr? Dollar are the common manner. Okay. I'll get it setup and call you there later. Get it setup. Sure fix things so that you can get in to see my grandmother. That's what you wanted as. Well All Right I went back to my hotel room and settle down the weights. A sixteen year old kid could manage what a bank president couldn't than me for the Juvenile League. Happened a couple of hours later, though wasn't exactly juvenile. Coming. Hello. Wow you busy, Mr. Too busy. German. I don't believe I. Imagine you've heard of me during your Catlin? This Gatien. Somehow you don't seem to fit with. A compliment. Observation but do I hit with. Mrs Grammy Hilda. Now I'm beginning to Phnom. Cigarette? Thanks. I'll stick with my own brand. Usually works out better that way. Thanks. 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They asked for two weeks well seems like a little more than two weeks right mid March to the first of June so welcome to the DYSTOPIA and summer everybody. Curtis Happy Day courtesy of your friendly neighborhood tyrants known as presidents and governors and assorted other politicians, city, leaders, mayors, etc, and so on. And then combine that now, so dystopia in spring was basically all about the lockdowns and. All this new terminology we've had to learn. the new normal. Right one them I really hate that one myself. Social distancing which like military intelligence is an oxymoron. You the last thing you're going to do when you're being social is be distant. Generally, speaking social means say get together, you know, let's be social. Let's have a party. Let's get together and go to the it's dance or whatever. I got to witness today driving by a place that is a dance school for children somebody doing social distance dance classes. What Yeah Yeah. somewhere near abouts in my neighborhood. Is a a dance studio of sorts and they teach you know kids dancing and. It's not unusual for them to. Hold a class outside in the summertime when it's nice out that kind of thing. But this was significantly different. Each of the students was. Space. To good six feet away from each other and the instructor, also you know sort of in the front, and definitely more than six feet away from the students, and had to literally like bark orders instead of like walking up to the student, and like showing them how to like, hold themselves or put themselves in the right position or stand appropriately. Bart the orders out to God tempted to demonstrate. It was like this. Yeah, yeah, it was a ridiculous display. It would be like like a coach teaching a kid baseball, and just having to describe how to properly spread your legs in front of the plate, and hold the bat, instead of like coming up behind him, and like kind of tugging your shoulders and maybe. Pushing down your leg or whatever to get you in the right position to make that swing, you know it was just this like super descriptive order barking kind of thing and I was just like. What is the world come to? And I decided that well so crazy. We've left the DYSTOPIA and spring, and now event your dystopia and summer and top of all. That crap entered her some. You Know Nice riots that we've got going on apparently. Oh, across the nation. All the big cities are having him I. I had some. Indication seemed to be the best things going on. It depends on your strange's. That's apparition of. I had some indications from some of my Seattle folks that. One of the will say less wealthy areas of the area north, of Seattle and Everett Washington that whole separate city but they were gearing up for the protests tonight. Up businesses in advance of the protests, people go yeah I went over to I. was over at target. Actually help these guys you know. Put the boards up over their windows, and that kind of thing so being one of the less wealthy areas in in that area of the country or that state anyway I. Expect to see the same thing we've been seeing as far as the riots are concerned. You know. A lot of cities it'll start out peacefully, and then it'll turned violent, and we'll see things burning and I mean I I hope it doesn't come to that. I I prefer to see the protests not escalate into that kind of thing. I saw some video recently of a guy getting beat by an angry mob. You're talking is if the is if the protests, I, I don't really see it. As this is something that's starting out peaceful and then escalating into violence. Violence starts with the police, okay? Cancer in response to this, so these things are starting out violent with violent attacks on citizens by. suggs! And and it's taking the citizens a little while to match up with their brutality, but the brutality is there at the beginning, and in the end ran does end source of the brutality is not the citizens. It's the government I'll let you also have. Is it turns out? There's a good chance that it's also the government gangsters who are starting some of the more destructive acts. There's interesting video that we talked about over the weekend where one of the guys the guy who broke the windows at the. The auto zone's several days ago. Now in Minneapolis. When this was all getting started There's a good chance that guy as a cop and there was not only the video of him doing it where the other protesters were confronting him over it and shaming and for it, and he comes up and tries to intimidate them later. Somebody matched up some photographs of Saint Paul Minnesota Saint. Paul Minnesota Police officer with this guy's free freeze frames from the video, showing his eyes, and then his ex girlfriend. Jumped in and said yeah, that's him. Yeah, I mean I recognize how he walks. How carries himself I mean that's. That's definitely my ex-boyfriend. The same police department put out a series of tweets saying no, it's not true. He's not not our guy. They released an official statement. Of that yeah, wow, but the violence Antonio State Police Department or is ex girlfriend, and all the people on the Internet who did the Slough thing to figure it out I'm convinced that guy was a combination provocateur. Talked about nobody is the violence against the innocence right now, talking about people who get caught up. And get beat because you know. They're just happened to be in the wrong place the wrong time they're taking part in these protests. That's happening by the police to where they arrest not saying. He ponders saying shooting at what they are shooting at people. In fact, one of the articles I brought in today literally says that the National Guard is being rolled out in lieu of the military being rolled out. The military has been authorized to roll out into. The streets of the United States the actual military. Yeah, as you would expect them to do, and so in lieu of that the rolling out National Guard who are carrying live AMMO. Live clips. They've been authorized to carry live AMMO now. We've already heard workout as well as Kent. State did we've already heard about in one place I don't remember the exact specific area, but in one place there were a bunch of riot police. Making their way down the street towards a protest somebody heard a shot, and they decided to fire back killing several people. Oh my or at least hitting them with bullets. who were otherwise unarmed? So that has already happened. Where did that happen? I'm trying to remember where I didn't put it because there was video I think, guardsmen police might have been police. It's hard to tell the difference right now, but the police marching through some residential street. I believe it was Minneapolis, but I know that and they started at the people because they're standing on their porch. Get inside. They're shooting pepper, balls or something like that right? They're shooting. The rubber bullets is what the? And that's what they did here in keene back in two thousand fourteen. When they had the Pumpkin fest riots that happened here. The police were armed up with essentially what what are basically paintball guns? They have paintball guns and the paint balls inside them have. Pepper. Spray essentially so makes makes things very uncomfortable for the people that are hit with them. They've already flown a Predator drone over Minneapolis. A Military Predator drone over Minneapolis still flying over I I would imagine they're flying over all the major metropolitan areas. And that. Is? Scary is not even the right where it is disturbing on a whole different level to me as a person right I really like frightened of it I. Mean I'm GonNa die when I'M GONNA die. Whatever that's fine I've lived very adventurous life. I'm surprised I'm still alive at this point. So people. Oh my gosh, you know you're either brave or stupid. There's a fine. Line. Which Y! You be to? Yes, you'll be subjected. Yeah, you can make your own judgments of me. You know that's what people do you go ahead and do that? I am satisfied with the amount of risks that I've taken on the quality of life that has resulted for me to I. AM satisfied with all of that. There's more coming up here. If you want to jump in on the latest on the riots Whatever's been going on. Honestly, I haven't been paying attention today, so if something has developed today, I know that there's been a lot of burnings of police cars. Lots of troops and violence in the streets. And where's this all going to go? Is this the beginning of the end for the United States I. I hope so We're coming up here in moment you can share your thoughts with us plus terrible news out of supreme. Court for Churches Generation Wallet is coming from divvy and just a few taps. You'll be able to send earn spend exchange digital money in seconds, send money around the globe with only a swipe, instantly exchange between divvy bitcoin and Fiat right in the mobile APP and withdrawal directly. Directly to your bank account, divvy already offers the first one tap solution for earning passive income with Crypto multi-tiered master nodes allow everyone to partake in the network visit. Divvy, project, Dot Org, v Project Dot Org? 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It used to be everybody was saying. Oh, it's only two weeks. It's only two weeks you can be locked out for two weeks and all across the land. All of the politicians are kicking. That can down the road as they love to do. With these temporary government programs that seemed to I. Don't know I just saw the news that the tyrant in Michigan Whitmer who has been engendered myriad of of protests and rightfully so angry. People who want to reopen their business and you know, get back to normal There were the the barber protests that we talked about for so ago. Where does unlike a dozen barber showed up the state capital? There in you know cut people's hair illegally. Got Seven of them got cited for that. In that particular case, there were the people that showed up with guns at the State House. They made big headlines all over the country. And now a news came out that whitmer signing a reopen order, or whatever whatever it's called essentially on does a lot of the you know the restrictions so now you can have. You can eat inside a restaurant in state of Michigan, according to the the queen there but. Without New Rule Kings, probably going to be rules would be my guess, but Kings Nunu here in New Hampshire. He's not even allowing you to sit inside a restaurant at this point, so actually Sununu is even worse. Than this whitmer character well, it sounds like we need to follow in the footsteps of the Michigan protesters. We need to go up there with guns and break down the door, the house and whatever else they did until we get our liberty back. I mean it does seem. To be there on Wednesday? It's true that's right. That's right big news for you. You're filing for your. What do you call it? Race he's going to run for governor. You're finding the paperwork, but is there a name for the paperwork to fill out or something? The forms I. Think is just called Paperwork. Paper paperwork that I call it. Get over here, paperwork and. It's going to be kind of interesting. Because usually the way it works here in New Hampshire is. There's this little tiny office the Secretary of State's office. It's on the second floor at the at the state, house building and you go up there and they've got like a on a podium, but the something you stand behind, and you can speak in like usually the media is there so You know you can sort of address. Whichever media is in the room at? At the time, because it's the first day where people file for office, so there's usually some people that that are there, and now that's probably not going to happen at all. Because of the whole Cova thing, all these government offices are saying that they are closed to the public so before where the government people used to make it look like they were trying to serve you at least to some extent by having office hours in a place that you could go. You don't get that now. It's not a public offer. Holly Four. To know that the people who call themselves the state now exclusively operate behind closed. That's what it's yarn into. That is horrific. I mean not that the. BACHELORETTE! They always operated exclusively for their own benefit. Sure Ryan and that's that's the first thing you gotta be aware of. They're just. They had a hard time hiding it, and so now they're shutting shutting everything down to the public, so you can't see that they're scamming you right blood. It makes it that much more apparent that they're scamming you. That is yeah, and also remember you can use when you hear. The term public used by government substitute the word government right eight, and then you start to really understand what they're talking about right, so are they concerned about public health meaning they care about you or are. Are they concerned with the health of the state? And in this case, the state needs secrecy the state. This is the perfect excuse. The whole covid nineteen is the perfect excuse for the state to become even more secretive than it has ever been even less accessible than it has ever been before and so Wednesday morning when nobody shows up at the State House there. They told you what knock on the door or call their office or something like that and they'll tell us what to do that. Yeah, so you won't be able to the doors, so they probably don't even have a plan up until that point. They may well have a plan. Well what happens if we've got a group of supporters who want to go in and observe you file in this tiny little office? Are they going to prohibit those people from coming in expect that they will try their best. Well, I think we should show with the Group A group of supporters and find out in. Let's go to some of your calls and your thoughts. We have go straight honest calling from Salt Lake City. Utah goes beyond Free Talk Live. 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Other than the entertainment? That's that's exactly it he is, he is an entertainer par excellence and you know I. I tell people when everybody's like. Why do you like trump when you know you're so anti-government and stuff like that and I said you know Donald Trump I. I, really seriously believe was sent by God to. Destroy the system. You know he's the one he's the one to bring it down and rebuild it from the ashes so. Bring it down. Building no come on. So You know the the ideas that the as that the constitutional at least for me that the constitution was a good idea in theory, you know to have the idea that we have rights that won't be a bridge by government, and of course like you know over the course, all of those rights happen abridged by government. Exactly exactly and so and so what we need, somebody who's willing to demonstrate to the people once actually going on and I think the Donald Trump is really trying to do that and so and. Your active. And I. I mean and I think I think that he'll I think he will like. Essentially bankruptcy in the United States. And For a long time. Mean Yeah, he's really good at it. But. It was already a before he he took over. Yeah. Donald Trump's been bankrupt thirteen times so. He does have experienced. Thank you for the call. Tonight goes `Damas I will be sure to vote for you for Emperor. Dot Emperor whatever it is. When it comes around if I feel like voting I guess, would you like to vote for Ghost? Your Donna's give us a call. Eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free. 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It's myself the Reverend Captain Kickin in by the way BITCOIN BTC just crossed ten thousand dollars in the last hour. Nice going up by the way as nobody, the gubernatorial candidate nobody the future governor of New Hampshire for the purposes of taking notes on tonight's show I. put down, you know nobody's gubernatorial campaign and I had to look up spell gubernatorial because I wasn't sure as there. That doesn't seem to get now there is. It's Guber GB OUR NATO are. Right Uber Nato Rile Wow, and then I had to look up. WHY SICKLE GUBERNATORIAL! And apparently in federations, governor may be the title of a politician who governs a constituent state, and may be either appointed or elected. The adjective pertaining to a governor is gubernatorial from the Latin Root Guber Nair. Seemingly were governor. Comes from so. Yes Fun with phonics. Tonight and captain kick ass here on the live Monday night edition of freetalklive. Brought in a bit of an article from. The Mint Press News Dot Com. And the headline reads. National Guard now authorized to use live AMMO. And Flood America's streets. Already what could possibly go wrong when fine Kent State Right. Well in almost every time something like this occurs. They rely military national guard. Whatever it is it. Always ends poorly or or ends with something gone horribly awry or unexpected. And it goes on to say already deployed in multiple states over ten thousand guardsmen are scheduled to flood Minneapolis streets. The first time in it's one hundred sixty four year history that the organization has been fully mobilized and. And they've been authorized to carry live ammunition. So up until now we've seen you mentioned that we saw in Minneapolis. Military Police, you know. At least they were wearing carrying the shield. Right Police that they were firing rubber bullets. We've seen tossing gas canisters, teargassing the crowds and that kind of thing. I haven't these guys carry lie? AMMO I mean. That just seems like you're asking for trouble. On, looking for it, I mean they're out there. Fighting for the right of police to kill innocence in street for nothing, so you know nothing good is GonNa. Come of what they're doing. Really the only question is what's going to happen next. You know. Is this going to continue to escalate or people going to wrap up in you know, call it a day and go home i. it seems to me like the former is more likely than the latter. At this point? In You keep asking. Is this the end? Is this the beginning of the end area would be? Certainly the most potential beginning of an end I've seen in my lifetime. I would agree with you and I've had those thoughts I. Don't know if I've had them. Just because you've asked the question or if I've had them because I'm like well, this seems to be the. Highest number of things sort of going against it. That I've seen in my lifetime anyway. But. I know just from studying the cycle of empires that the United States as an empire certainly on the decline, and all the signs are there as far as over extended worldwide the devaluing of the currency. If you just use Rome as you're sort of rule of thumb or your basis for all of this. That's exactly what happened in Rome. They started shaving pieces off the coins and deluding all. Let's just make the center of the coin out of something else in cody. right so but yet it was still worth the same right, so they physically devalued their currency well. The United, states, government in conjunction with the Federal Reserve. They just do it digitally. It's the same kind of thing they're on your money. They're pumping your printed money. That's not backed by anything other than the full faith and force in the United States government. Into the system and full faith. They're gonNA do what though. Oh well. So they're killing people because I'm saying. The value of the dollar comes from the full faith and force of the United States government. That's the only backed by, and that force is. You'll take our money or else. Okay, so so it's your faith that they will kill you if you don't do as you're told or if you're looking at it from like an internal to external perspective, your faith that they will go and start bombing, whatever country is necessary to maintain the value of that currency. Wow, okay, so it's literally blood money. Yes, and it has been for quite sometime. Fair enough, and so that's why I feel like as an empire. On the down swing, they have overextended themselves. There's a close to a thousand US basis deployed outside of the United States. That's like Oh peacekeeping now. You're empire-building I'm sorry if you don't look at it through the propagandized glasses, you know that you were taught in your schools in the public schools about how to view the United States government and worship, the flag, and all that kind of stuff. If you look at it from purely empirical point of view, yes, the empire is definitely on a decline. Who? We can hope yeah. We'll talk more about what's going on with the National Guard being deployed, and possibly even the military being deployed on US soil, but let's What really is the difference between the National Guard in the military? That's a really good question I call it something different. The National Guard is theoretically under control of the state government. Swear as the military is under the control of the federal government, but then the federal government in the. In the form of the president has the ability to call up. On Guard. And in some cases, governors may refuse him is is my understanding although I. Don't know if that's legal or not I know they've done it from time to time and I wish they would do it more But that's that's all it is. It's a different locus of control in theory when federal government is out of Control, the National Guard should fight on the side of the states, but. In practice the National Guard spin out of control for centuries and the. Or the national government spin out of control for centuries and the national. Guard is always firmly on the side of the state and the tyrants yet now the national guard is my understanding. Is there a part time for made up of? We'll call them weekend. Warriors Speaking their former military folks. Who you know still WanNa do something, or they have some sort of they get a stipend for being in the National Guard or they want to learn something like. 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I made a post to social media that did not get posted. I wanted to mention it on air. Before we get into your calls and your thoughts and the story that brought tonight, but I am a big fan of stand up comedy, and of course stand up. Comedy has been shut down right along with all other performing arts in the wake of Covid. There are no bands on tour. There are no comedians on tour. You could always just do stand up from your home on zoom connection have. Have you seen this, have you? GotTa. You gotTa have an audience. You gotTA. Have People in a room laughing at somebody in order for it to be as funny as it can be. You know the difference when you're sitting in a room watching a comedy movie alone versus when you're with a group of people. There, going to be more points at which laughter happens with a group because it laughter somewhat contagious, my my point, exactly and part of the thing that I like about watching, stand up, comedians is some of them can handle hecklers really well them really well, and turned it into part of their act and. That's where I respect for some of these communities. Only I'm watching this net flicks bit. I'm dead tired from working on this project. I have going on outside of my regular job in this job. And I just needed something to veg out on and one of my favorite female stand up Comedians, Maria Bamford. She's fantastic She has a new Netflix. Special or Amazon Special I'm not sure which one. Amazon and she's in mid stride, and she's telling the story about how she learned to ask for more money in her job in her career, and she makes a mention. She goes so I was talking to the guy who's booking the show and I said. How much are we talking about in Bitcoin here? Because we hadn't discussed the I was getting paid, and it was just a passing comment that she mentioned Bitcoin, and then she had a punchline in a joke, and all that and I was like it did. It took a minute for to register I'm like she just said. How much are we talking about an Bitcoin? I reminded the thing and I listened to a three or four times just to make sure it was real, and that my mind was at manufacturing. You know one of my favorite stand female stand up, Comedians, you know saying Bitcoin and sure enough. She said in her act. I was just thrilled that somebody said Bitcoin you know like. Something completely unexpected. Generally, a lot of the Hollywood types will generally lien laugh. You know more so than they'll lean towards libertarianism anyway. And that kind of thing, so it was a surprise to hear bitcoin get mentioned by what I consider a mainstream comedian who can do her own special, and all that kind of thing. Was it a joke? It was part of a joke. Okay, but it wasn't the. It wasn't even an important part of the joke. She could have said any kind of currency in there. You know she could have said. How many rubles are we talking about? How many? It wasn't even an important part of the, so you didn't feel like she was trying to deprecate bitcoin not at all I also didn't really feel like she was trying to support it. I think she was just you know saying it to maybe put it in there. Okay for you know to either. I don't know I was just like. Wow, that's that's amazing that you know so. Perhaps bitcoin is beginning to catch on is really my points of that whole story so ten thousand two hundred dollars right now for one bitcoin indeed ice, so let's do what we do here freetalklive. Let's go to some of your calls and thoughts. We have Scott Calling from Florida Scott. You're on Free Talk Live Good Evening Gentlemen. I want to start with a with Minneapolis. I you know the riots in Minneapolis Atlanta Los Angeles, and across America I want you listen to know are the work of antiques and Black Lives Matter Which? Well I saw. Shop Window at at the Minneapolis Rights. Cops Murderer guy in Minneapolis. I think that was a contributing factor. I'M NOT GONNA say you're you're wrong that there aren't Antifa. People out there that are participating in this, but it may very well be agents provocateur from the WHO are starting a lot of this. He asked, but anyway some. Let's let me rephrase that. Let's say some some participants from anti FA and black lives matter which are. By George Soros who also financed? Wall Street and the confederate monuments move and George Soros is an international Jewish and Communist. Saying that. these protesters has every right to protest. black people have been brutalized in this country's been open target season on black men, and I was listening intently what you were saying about America, the American, empire hopefully this empire will come to an end. It is evil. It is rotten up the people, not the American people when I mean America's evil. I'm referring to the United States government doubt is evil and talking about but there's good news gentlemen. The whole rotten government is going to be come crashing down on its own weight, and I will tell you why it's a matter of if it's merely a matter of when so the following factors first of all the corona virus went back with it decimated. Help decimate the economy, secondly are in a second great depression. Well, the coronavirus I I'm sorry I got the current events did on decimate the economy? Mandates about the you know using the disguise of the coronavirus that caused forty million people to suddenly become unemployed within eight nights. It was it was a pretext I agree. The economy was sick. It was a sick economy even before the corona virus. So if you think that we have problems, now minneapolis wait till the unemployment benefits for the forty. Really fifty million Americans no stimulus, no food in their stomachs can't pay. Their mortgages can't pay their car payments. There won't be enough. Cops in national guardsmen. To put out the fire and that's what that's the writing on the wall. Jump over America's, but what's GonNa stop the payment from being made because the federal government just uses the Federal Reserve to print more and more and more. That's where you're wrong in this. The more that they print. Even the Federal Reserve the day's GonNa. They're gonNA hit a wall because they're printing trillions at such. Horrible? Cabin kick ass was saying was why. Why do you think the checks are? They're not going to run out of paper and ink, right or What they will run out of the they true. They can print up A. Trip up fifty billion, but there will come a day. Gentleman we are. Money will become like five Germany. For one. Inflation really. A ten thousand dollars to buy a loaf of bread in other words, the settle reserve going. Out of business when that happens, and you know the sign for that with Gold Coast to five thousand to ten thousand dollars. Doubt will literally be the death of the United States dollar, and once the dollar dies whole brought brought United States government will. Grant. Tonight I, do appreciate it. You know what he says has some merit. And if you are concerned about the value of your wealth, your savings, and what you have I can only recommend that you diversify you know, and that is to say. Don't keep all of your savings. Your wealth whatever it is, you're earning. Don't keep it on the US. Dollar. Put some of it into other stuff by a little bit of gold via a little bit of Bitcoin by a little bit of a theory, and by a little bit of bitcoin cash by a little bit of Dash by a little bit of whatever. crypto currency or other valuable items? Jewelry by musical equipment anything that folks would deem value amunition. These are other things of value that are very liquid. That's an alcohol cigarettes and alcohol on paper would pay obviously is know these things can all be viewed as currency which is still hard to find by the way it's out there now. You can actually get some of it, but it's not well-stocked to favor true and I think I mentioned before the reason that a shot of alcohol like a shot of Whiskey is called. A shot is because that used to be the exchange rate for one round of ammunition. One one loaded shell was one shot, so you'd walk into a bar in the old west, or whatever and you put down one bullet and say I'd like a shot of Whiskey. Please and they would pour you a shot, and that's how it got its name, so those things can indeed be currency, and if you WANNA protect yourself diversifying. And I'm not a financial analyst I'm just a regular dude who has done this and I am very happy. That I did very happy that I diversified so. You diversified are. Are you putting your money into other things other than the United States dollar? If so you can give us a call. At Eight, fifty, five, four, hundred, fifty, free like freedom. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three three. We've got more coming up including your calls and your thoughts. This is free talk live. Shaving Irritation Shave secret. Shaving all can help. Stop it shave. Secret doesn't cost much, and is it all American products? My name is Chuck Howard and I developed shave secret and pioneered shoes starting back in nineteen, ninety one ingrown hairs drove me nuts for years. 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Leave us here tonight, but. Hosts on the show tonight. We have not however we do have other hosts on other nights. WHO HAVE PRACT? Okay, so my point is I it was kind of. Remark about the National Guard reserves. I served in all three regular army. National Guard reserves M deployed many times. Been Desert Shield Desert Storm, and the National Guard and reserves and I. This is what I guess was despair what I consider disparaging. His disturb on weekends and you know towards two weeks. Turner Summer I mean they. They do a lot more that I mean. There is a lot more training that and I mean. Yeah, they get compensated for but I mean it's just it's it's. It's kind of unfair to them for the sacrifices that they have made for you guys to say that and then finally. Sacrifice. US If we if we step out of relying they sapper sacrifices to the god of government and kill us, and what's the value of sacrifice in in general? Why should we respect sacrifice? Isn't that basically giving up something in order to get nothing well, and I'm sorry to interrupt. Both of you guys, but bill so I. Did say indeed that you know my cursory knowledge of the National Guard I knew. Knew a guy that I worked with who was in the National Guard and I was actually his boss. And you know every now and again you don't want a month or whatever you go out on doing his national guard thing on the weekends, and then maybe one time of year he needed like a couple of weeks off, or whatever, so that's where my comments came from, so was I incorrect. Yeah I mean no. I mean national. Guard and Army Reserve get deployed. I mean all the time to wars. Them's and so I mean. He, I, I'm kind of I. Know The reserves speaking specifically of the National Guard. The National Guard does to absolutely I've got I've got a nephew who was a first started in the national guard and he gets he. Didn't seven tours and Afghanistan. And Sucks. Yeah so, but I mean that's my whole point i. mean guys you don't have an understanding military and to say. He told one that he said it was sending. No but I understand, but then whoever was I think he and he said well. What are you protecting? Or what are you sacrificing for for American freedom this. Case Alive, how how does it help American Freedom? Though for a bunch national guardsmen to go whack people in in Iraq who are no threat to my freedom. Now if the National Guard had wacked that COP in Minneapolis before he had a chance to murder, George Floyd than I would say the National Guard was fighting for my freedom, but as it is, they're fighting to kill Iraqis. Who never did me any harm? So, let's go back to the whole. Nine eleven situation. Did they do any harm? The United States killing three thousand people by. The government. Yes, the government killed a lot of people on nine eleven. Do that that was no. You're nuts and then finally let me ask us talking about the terrorists thinking about well. Generally, the government is the terrorists and all evidence to me, says that the government is lying to us about what happened on nine eleven whether the government does or whether they're just lying to cover up their own incompetence nothing they say about nine eleven adds up, so I can't i. certainly can't give them. Any credit were fighting for our freedom there. There, one either murdered a bunch of Americans, or they just lied about what happened. One thing you can say for sure about nine eleven is that it never likely would have occurred if it weren't for the military going over into the Middle East and murdering innocent people over a period of decades well, that's certainly true. If if it really was middle easterners who knocked down the twin towers then. Why did they do it because they've been getting bombed for decades so? Said! Yeah, so so again. No, the military has done us zero good as a matter of fact if they didn't do nine eleven themselves. They brought it on us so yeah. I thank you for the military. Okay they're now I. Mean you've got your? You have the right to your opinion. I understand, so let me ask you this final question. so on last night. Show Melanie and Richie Rich said, go out and kill cops and kill National Guard members. Do you guys support that? No, I definitely don't support that and mark oppose them on that last night's i. think that violence is not ultimately the solution, but I do understand why people are upset and I understand why people will go that direction, because the human animal does tend to lash out when it feels threatened, and that is inevitable and I would just hang on I. Just want to say that I would love to see an organization of people than did actually protect freedom and human rights to. Be in place and doing that and doing it without forcing people to pay for it without forcing people into a system that does nothing more than coerce and kill and take money. So then if I stay for all the protesters that are burning down businesses and looting everything in my city, if I say, go out and kill them. Then what's the difference between me? You anybody else well. The difference is that the that the protesters are the people who have been victimized for centuries by the government, and they're fighting back, and they're not always making good decisions, but they are standing up for. For themselves. Meanwhile, the government is standing up for their right to murder people in the street with impunity. Okay, and that's what the government is killing for. The government is saying we will kill you, we will. We will put our knees on your throats in till you die in the street, and if you do anything about, it will kill you. Okay, that's that's the difference. The government is the attacker the. People are the victims I'm sorry bill. You can't say that word on the radio. Yeah it was hard to hear it, but he definitely said. Yeah. You can't. You can't say so bill if you're still listening I just want to make one other point, and it's a difference in perspective. Because This organization named the national. Guard makes you think that it is guarding the nation, and much like Ian alluded to earlier today when talking about the word public. If you say public schools are public funding, you really talking about government schools government funding. If you just take that word public and change it to government that gives you more realistic idea of what those things are. The same thing happens often with the word national, and in this case, the National Guard doesn't guard the nation. It guards the government. It is the government guard just like the police are there to protect and serve not you the people there to protect and serve the government. It's the same exact thing with the National Guard. More of your calls and thoughts moving right along. Let's go to Dan in Maine. Hang on Dan. We'll bring you right back. Standby Dan back on. My apologies look the time has gotten away from me. It was such an interest in call. Thanks for the call Bill I didn't think you. This is free talk live. What are your thoughts on the National Guard and the police? Do they protect you or do? They protect the government? Eight, five, five, four, fifty, free like freedom more coming up. I've had blue Amazon. Parrots and cockatiels and inches and cats, and a little Lhasa APSO Maltese. He's like twenty two a yellow lab. Floyd Black Lab Murphy. Murphy Is Co. it's very very shiny like sparkles in the sun, and I'm also a part frame dog trainer, so I will always endorsed dynamite, the I n. o. v.. I, T. DOT, com. 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They are there to guard the government in my opinion, and we've been taking your calls in your thoughts, and we will do more of that. You know before you do that. the last caller also made a point claiming that the military was keeping US free and I. Don't know about you, you guys, but if that's what they thought they were doing day failed miserably at because there isn't more freedom now. We don't have even the same amount of freedom. There are fewer freedoms now as a result of the supposed military. I can't even run a freaking business. I recently celebrated my forty eighth birthday, and I can say unequivocally that I am less free now than I was when I was twenty eight much less eighteen. Oh, yeah, the technology is incredible that we have and that has brought a certain set of freedoms that we didn't have before well. The information travels much more freely and quickly. Right speed is really what what technology has brought us. The Internet has brought US speed of information. We get information instantly now but that also gives those people who want to oppress the same speed. Yes, Nicer, they can propagandize now faster than they could before and that kind of thing so. Yeah, it certainly It's a tool that everybody can use. Will you use it for good or awesome or will use it for horrible and deadly? That is the question. but there is. A new kind of payment network today large corporations act as middlemen for our everyday online communications and transactions. Often they work hand in hand with governments. In the last few years, the centralized social networks have all launched payment networks, bitcoin and a theory have not been scalable enough to compete the team behind enter coin spent the last decade creating an open web based decentralized social platform to rival facebook and Google now they can use it to roll out a revolutionary payment platform on top. 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You're going to be because you don't know what's going to happen to the value of all these things so It's true well. You do know that the value of the dollar is going to go down that I mean there's not a whole lot of things I can say with certainty, but you know I'll go out on that. Have you seen like the dollar value charts in nineteen thirteen? Downward it looks like that noise. Sue It on the chart. It looks like a ski slope. You ever watch the prices right and they show that. That one game where the gag climbs up on, it looks like that, but in reverse like the guys should be sliding down a sled or whatever so. I made one of those. Couple of years ago for a college dock and it was. It was very. Very Enlightening And a Dan, thank you so much for holding I apologize for attempting to bring you on right before we had to have some sponsors there, but you are on free talk live. What's on your mind? Okay. You know I think I think the. First. Guy Preceded me. Ask The question, did they? Anybody who gentlemen serve? You say that people on the program that has. Had any gentleman or When you say, serve you mean serve politicians in the military doing what the politicians ask you to do. I I definitely haven't strangers. Question No, no, I'm just trying to understand you say serve because I served people all the time I served my customer sky. I serve people, but I asked a very specific question. I'm going to say no, but there are other people on the program. That's how that's. That was the question I just wanted to Yeah, and you know what all those people on the program also. Military I'm not pointing fingers. Okay, but I've been in a situation. Where my shit? Is captured in the over for all the shock and that was pretty interesting. we manage to make an extra skate, which was really nice, the overthrowing show. Yeah. What did they were over from? My ship was captured and that was an interesting situation captured it around worried that I wish to discuss otherwise. Well the issue is is is just making a statement as ferry. You. Know I asked if you had sir and who's afraid of where you protect your trying to overthrow the Shah of Iran look the US. Aramco the. Over. A Commercial. I was commercial and completely innocent. No my point that I wanted to. Do you know why it? They They hated us. Do you know why the Iranian angry? I'd like to go back you just. You just want to keep talking to actually answer a question. Well I answer a question and you haven't answered the question. Nobody's trying to ask you a question right now. So. You're saying you're you're saying you're on a commercial ship. You weren't there as a military person. Exactly which is a what a lot of the CIA people said is well. You see the reason that the Iranians angry at us. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy nine is because the US government overthrew their democratically. Iraq elected government in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three under Eisenhower and replaced it with a brutal dictator. Sean. I'm not denying just that okay well now. You know why they were angry and. Civilian Ship because this I a claim to know. And use civilians. Sir You're looking at it. Through a you're not looking at it the way it really is. Country when our country was formed rich, America was. We had a problem. And that problem was piracy. I received was enslaving people. Caliphate. At yes, Caliphate, that's it. Was the bar pre coach? And they wouldn't play. Now There's a thing called. Seconds Allowance. barbary pirates. They were not operational in Iran in one thousand nine hundred. Thanks for the call tonight. Eight fifty, five, four, fifty, free like freedom, you could call and take control of the airwaves. This is the live on in addition of free talk. Live more coming up. 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Nobody and nobody will talk to us again. Nobody is on the premises we have seen. Nobody and nobody has seen us. Even though we are without nobody, it's true. Nobody is always have run out of things to. Fifty five, four, fifty, free like freedom you can also get on our discord line. We have a couple of calls holding. Let's get right to them. Yeah, Let's go to Brad in Kansas City. Missouri, thanks for holding Brad. You're on free, Talk Live. All right awesome. How are you guys doing? Hey, what's on your mind? Hey, Brad, are you on speakerphone? Now he's already echoey room. Go ahead, go ahead. What's on your mind tonight? Yeah you're finding. Okay well I wanted to call in. Actually the topic because I've been covering, which is the military and the police and basically. Violent and what's acceptable? And maybe what's not I totally agree with you, guys. at least most of you that the police are certainly out of control I'm not sure if you gotTA. Start out. That's been going around about the national guard marching through the streets. Some suburb and they're shooting rubber bullets. People on the boards well. You. Is that even though they weren't live ammo? You saw how easily and without hesitation. Those guys pull the trigger on their fellow citizens. and. It's alarming now. The regional reason that I called was to discuss Wayne. It's okay to. For lack of a better word to shoot police, and that was the topic last night on the show and talk about it tonight so. I have some thoughts on that bread, so I know that one of my favorite authors who wrote a book called? The greatest superstition names Larkin Rose Oh yeah I read that actually ill. He did a video on youtube that that got. I guess removed from Youtube and it was called. It was called exactly what your question is. Which is Wendy? ISSUED COPS NOW? My opinion on this is well since cops sore, military or anybody works. They're all people right I treat them in the same way that I would treat anybody else, which is only in defense, right I subscribe to the non aggression principle which means that I. Do not initiate force. However, that does not mean I am a pacifist, and I will just sit back and take it I will defend myself, and I will do it very well and I will do it very quickly if prompted to do so. Well what did you say? Well. That's how I feel I. It's okay. Number One, I. We need to see and hear more instances of citizens responding with force back to police who are responding. Completely. Beyond what they should but I think it's okay when you are being invaded, personal liberties have been in the process of being Let me give you a quick example, right? I I've been pulled over I. Live in a really nice suffer from Kansas. City Missouri High Very Very Nice, very nice. Place the police around here. They looked like they are constantly wearing fatigue. They're wearing battle armor. They look like they're going into war. I've been pulled over here and I'm a normal looking average white dude. I'm I'm I'm just a normal guy? And I was treated with such. I felt like a peasant, and there were the attitudes were extremely hostile, extremely aggressive, and I am a concealed carry person. I carry about ninety percent of the time and I have night I did not have a firearm on me. Think because I honestly felt like I would have been drawn on. It. Happen to be exercising my constitutional rights to carry at the moment. However, 'cause my point. If you are in a situation where police draws on you and just for whatever reason start shooting. That's when you have the opportunity to and I think could actually be cleared of it by by jury other than that, though like somebody was saying last night I. Don't think we can just start shooting. Cops who are standing in a line I forget who was advocating for mark maybe last night or Getting for that that would have been richie rich. Who was saying that? I don't agree that either. I do agree with you that you can use defense, but the argument of Ritchie and Melanie. I think generally and I I don't want to get this wrong, but my understanding is. They believed that simply by wearing the uniform you become part of this sort of collective, and then therefore you are responsible, simply for being part of that collective, and therefore that it is legitimate to shoot I. don't agree with that particular viewpoint, but that's my understanding of of what they think. Five per share guys time. Thank you very. It's Davis China. Ignores the fact that these are individuals which is, you would think liberty minded folks would would be better about that, but in this case they're falling into the trap collectivism. The thing is if you go with a gang into a bank in the whole gang is wearing clown masks. That's how they're obscuring their identity, and how they're identifying themselves as being part of the gang that must be obeyed, then certainly you could be forgiven for taken out anybody in that bank in the cloud masks because that's how they're identifying themselves as robbers. Well the way the police identify themselves as being special people more important than you. People who have actual rights unlike you is by putting on a uniform that says were special were not were not serfs, were rulers okay, and by declaring themselves rulers they do declare themselves my enemy now personally I think the right time to actually be shooting at them is I think if. If, somebody had shot that cop as he was murdering George Floyd. I think that would have been a wonderful thing that I would have been a good thing if it was one of the other three police that were right there with going. They're not GONNA do it. They're all so killers for the state. Two of them are helping. Hold him down. The other was. Watching what I want to just add to that because I don't I. Don't think you're wrong. In that instance, nobody I think would be a legitimate use of defensive force to save another human being yet. I personally think that the minimum amount of violence should be used so I would rather see them. Simply remove him from his time thing other than allow him to be murdered. I would like to see him removed and then handcuffed with his own handcuffs and left there. That's that's what I think the best thing to do in that case but I think you're wrong. Necessarily for your viewpoint, you both bring up a really good question, which is what is the point of the uniform? It's the uniform is to make is to mark them as rulers and not serfs intimidation. Isn't that the whole point of the uniform isn't that the whole point of gangs where colors for the intimidation factor right so that's why they're wearing uniforms. They want to intimidate you already. The uniform of the police has changed from. You'll go back and watch Andy Griffith. The Mary uniform and then look at today's uniform