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"john fund" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Night again about hecklers. You've got to really be careful about them. Sometimes you might have a guy. I'll give you another quick story. At the revere hotel one night a guy john fund. Italians we call them. Gaborone got. He's got the beach and a change. He's got too hot looking chicks next on the river at twelve hundred people in the room. Now i'm not gonna ditch my show for the sure. Every time i got near him the girls will be laughing. He said you like this guy. This guy sucks an. I heard him. You know i work stage left stage now. Every time i got now he said. I can't believe you like this guy. This guy sucks now. I could stop my show in doubt with this guy. But i knew he was a phone. Yeah so. I ll give you now. But i finished my show. You've been a wonderful audio tape. All cheering national and i took about and what you take about less about centerstage about right and exit stage right when i got in front of him. I bumped to the girls. You like this guy. This guy sucks love all right tom. Grecian's book is called still standing tom. You mentioned it earlier when we're back in the studio in sherman oaks. We'd love to have you back on down here more of these stories and and be able to do it in person and hopefully we'll be able to do that sometime soon. I really liked guys. I really enjoyed this. I hope you did it. I love it. I love every second of it nike. Listen these stories literally those old days of you. Talking about going to cantor's i would have loved to have been in that booth and just listened to all these. You and booze learn jay and dave and all those guys just talking about what. I grew up watching on tv. I just love stories and then getting it from a you know a guy who's as local as i am forest to harvey. Is you know again. Just a few miles away. So it's It's it's all relatable But tom don't run away. We we'll see about off the air but elliott. No you gotta run. So let's get.
"john fund" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome back to the Larry Elder Show. Larry Elder, a huge fan of money, friend, and I'm I'm Ah, calling because I want to ask you a question about of our government and how we keep it standing. How How exactly is it that way? Keep expanding. Even though it's unconstitutional. And what can we do about that? What can we do about preventing our government from? From constantly spending to grow bigger and bigger, even though it's technically unconstitutional. Thank you very much. A huge trains by Triple 8971 s A G E triple 89717243 Larry Elder. Really, Thank you dot com Studio. That's a big question, especially on this day of their first debate. What can we do to keep government from expanding? I was on a date with Fox and friends wants, and I mentioned that government at all Three levels in 1900 took less than 10% for the American people. I got a phone call from a fact checker who could not believe that that was true. I gave him the stuff, he said It was true. He was shocked. And our government takes on the 32% 35%, depending upon how you add it up. And if you add up the cost of mandates, government takes almost half from the American people and has gotten bigger and bigger and bigger. And I told you during the 2016 race that neither Hillary nor Trump talked at all about the debt and deficit really? And no matter who wins is going to get bigger. And that's exactly what happened. We need an amendment to buying Congress to a certain fixed percentage of GDP, with exceptions for NAFTA disasters and for war that the only way to make sure government does not keep getting bigger and bigger and bigger, And neither party has any kind of appetite for that, including our friends on the Republican side. That's my answer to your question. Triple 8971 s a is the number we have A number of articles put up on larry elder dot com. One of them is from the New York Post. Minneapolis Police probing alleged ballot harvesting plot to help Representative Omar, another one from John Fund. The National Review. We've interviewed John Fund before he wrote a book about voter fraud headline New Project Veritas video voter fraud in Milan Omar's district. My next guest is the head. Ah, Project Veritas. He's a graduate of Rutgers University founded independent newspaper in college called the Centurion. He has a number of investigation that have been high profile. It caused major consternation on the part of some people. His investigation into Acorn caused it to collapse. Hey, did videos exposing Democrats not only admitting voter fraud exists. It. Also Democrats showing how to committed on a massive scale. Please welcome back to the program Project.
"john fund" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Wanted him to stay her father. Who was probably under the course of some of Fidel Castro said he wanted them back and the Clones administration sent armed troops in to the house. Really, and we're staying and dragged him away and send it back to Cuba. What were your What was your reaction John Fund to Mitt Romney, and I thought this is a good way to play yesterday. Women round, he said. Look, I've read the history. I've done the analysis and it may seem like hypocrisy and a lot of these other senators. Obviously it was pretzel logic for them to say what we'll Merrick Garland was this and this is this, but I thought Romney I think he proved himself to be a very intelligent and very, um, just ah, very cogent sort of a way of putting his his agreement to at least listen to Donald Trump's nominee. What did you think? Even Senator Murkowski of Alaska announced today that she, under some circumstances would be willing to vote for the nominee, reversing a previous position. I think what this shows is Senator Murkowski's constituents in Alaska support a new justice on the Supreme Court. And so do Senator Romney's constituents in Utah. So whatever Devious tangles they've had with Donald Trump. Those shall we say, could be trumped by reaction from back home and the call of the home folks. I also like the fact that Romney pointed out Look, my liberal friends seem to think that it's a predestined sort of balance to the Supreme Court that it leans liberal. It's been that way for several decades, but hey, not necessarily throughout American history. Well. Liberals have a belief that politics moves in only one direction, the direction they wanted to go in. But in the clash of ideas, there's an Evan flow and, frankly, a lot of liberals. Judicial theories and rulings of the past decade has proven to be either an error or weekly supported by the Constitution. So If you're using sloppy arguments and the results of your So called reforms don't work. You have to expect a political reaction. That's what we've had in this country. The activist judges before we let you go. Did you have any personal interaction with Ruth Bader Ginsburg John Fund? I better a couple of times. I sure cans with their exchange brief remarks. She was kind and gracious and Well as you might have guessed, pretty shy. You know, I was always amazed at the incredible friendship that she shared with Scalia. Did that seem odd to you, or they're both to people of such high intellect would be naturally drawn to each other. Most Supreme Court justices realized they've been thrown together by circumstance, and they're going to be together for many years, and you might as well get along and often friendships developed from that. The one thing you don't want to do on a committee of nine people is really alienate someone because you may need their road someday. And also it's just so much easier come to decisions in a collegial environment rather than an environment of possibility. John Fund. Thank you for your time. Your analysis and you're inside. It's always great having you on the program, sir. Thank you. Job well, remora National review coming up next, right? I touched on this a few minutes ago. But lineup, the lawyers, the postelection chaos in the courts is going to be extraordinary. And then Mike Emanuel from Fox News. We're going to start off our conversation with Mike. Apparently, Ted Cruz has somehow dissed the life and legacy Some are saying of Ah, Justice Ginsburg. I'm not sure but Mike will explain the inside scoop on that story, which is a blowing its way around the Internet today. Mike Emanuel. Just after six on W. L s Eden's is 24 minutes late, Quick Road.
"john fund" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"We're going to talk a lot this morning about Ruth Bater Ginsberg will get Jodi Jennifer's thoughts at 75. Mark Levin. The great one joins us that 805 John Fund will join us today. 35 coming up next. The son of the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Chris Scalia will reflect on the relationship between his father and justice. Skins, Bergen. A friendship is coming up next right here it is. 6 30. More than ever depend on 105.9 FM, a cumulus stations news now. W e Mail NEWS at 6 30. Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews. Democrats returned to the Capitol today, with one item circled in red atop their to do list to get voters mobilized to call senators and keep a new Supreme Court justice from being appointed. New York congresswoman Alexandria, Cossio. Cortez must also commit to using every procedural tool available to us to ensure that we buy ourselves the time necessary. Good luck with that, says Trump Campaign spokesman Kim Murtagh. The president is going to do his constitutional duty. Select a nominee get him in front of the Senate, and we anticipate and we hope that the Senate we'll move on that nominee also on the agenda on Capitol Hill this week, keeping the government open Else. We'll take up a short term spending bill this week, extending government funding through December 11th without additional spending legislation. A government shutdown would be triggered October 1st. The measure is not expected to include any covert related relief is, negotiations remain deadlocked on that issue. The stopgap bill, known as a continuing resolution would mean Congress would have to address another spending plan during a lame duck session. Between the November elections and a new Congress taking office in January. Jared Halpern Fox knew the Who's who of top tech industry executives will help launch Virginia Tech New innovation campus in Alexandria,.
"john fund" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Which I hope and I presume will not be held to the same standards as the lab tests, so we are seeing some positive movement in this regard, but it's crazy. These guys develop this back in March, Larry And and and let's just be clear The feet dragging right now is at the FDA. It is in the Trump Administration. If there's anyone at the White House listening to this, they could actually let a fire here, right? Yeah, I would hope so. I mean, look, this is ah, You know, it's one of these classic things of government getting in the way And that's unfortunately been the story with a lot of the crisis response, But and this is definitely Pilcher been something that only the feds Khun do. It's not like you know, Governor Hogan can say, Well, I want to, you know, make sure that we make these tests available in Maryland. It's gotta come from D. C. Um, I think that that's right. There might be a work around where state could authorize a test on some emergency basis. I'm not sure that might be something to look into it right in this way would be an FDA approval of a great granting oven. Emergency use authorization. We will do what we can, by the way. Not only is Phil Kerpen the President, American commitment, but also he is connected with committee to unleash prosperity. You need to sign up for their daily hotline. Their daily email. It not only covers our policies with regard to covert 19 but lots of things related to the, uh, the economy in our business and moving forward in this election. It's great stuff. Thank you for creating that. That that daily newsletter I love it. I'm glad you like it, John Fund writes most of it. I probably chip in about 40% and then Steve Moore puts the finishing touches on it. And John Fund Phil Kerpen. That's a Mount Rushmore right there. Come on. I think it's a good product, and it is for a committee to unleash prosperity dot com If people find out for that, thank you Appreciate it. Good to talk to my friend. Hang in there and keep doing the great work that you're doing. Everyone. It is for 45. Now. Traffic and weather every 10 minutes. First on the fives. Here comes Ed Rodriguez in the heavy carpet cleaning traffic. So we've got two problems in Montgomery County. Right now. One of them's on the inner loop of the Beltway. That delay starts at 3 55 and winds around Georgia Avenue. But guess what? They just moved that stalled vehicle. Out of the way, watched him do it myself. North bound on to seven. You're going to be jam from Father Hurley Boulevard up to the truck scales there in Hyatt's town. That accident's been moved onto the right shoulder now from garage story here dot com But W M A L. ABC seven Storm Watch an isolated shower or two for your early evening hours, they're going to come to an end. It will be partly cloudy overnight. Very warm, very muggy with a low temperature.
"john fund" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The John fund and he is the national fairs columnist for National Review dot com one eight six six five oh Jimbo back in a moment this is a commercial announcement picture this scenario a shortage of fuel has close your electric utility or any possible disaster is just devastated your town you're out of power no lights and no news that's why federal and state agencies urge every home to have an emergency radio now you can get a free Dynamo world bad emergency radio this powerful radio lets you stay informed during any type of emergency it doesn't even need batteries and comes with a hand crank generator and super bright LED flashlight the Dynamo emergency radio includes the NOAA weather band a long range A. M. receiver a high sensitivity FM bad and even the U. S. B. Jack to charge cell phones or other devices the Dynamo emergency weather band radio retails for almost thirty dollars but newsmax wants to make sure you get this radio so check out the free offer for the emergency radio by going to get the radio dot com that's get the radio dot com or call eight hundred newsmax this radio could save your life this is a limited offer in may end soon so order today we're all in uncharted territory looking for ways to support our communities at dell technologies we're making sure small businesses have the right tech solutions dell technologies advisors are here for you from helping small businesses stay connected and productive while working remotely with windows ten and Microsoft teams to rapidly deploying remote work solutions that limit up front costs with dell financial services we're standing by you every step of the way call eight seven seven ask del that's eight seven seven asked del this moment of gratitude is brought to you by rocket mortgage the rock family of companies we really want to thank my wife's cousin Marie who works so hard as a nurse saving others those who leave their homes to.
"john fund" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Com today thank you very much for joining us I have a distinguished panel we are here to say what you don't know about russiagate and what we do know now that is what Attorney General Barr and U. S. attorney Mr Dora maar pursuing what we don't know thanks to the investigation of a great deal of very smart people over the last three years we have a lot of the chronology I want to credit someone who's not here right now and who could not join us because he's working in Congress that would be congressman Devin Nunes twenty two California ranking on house intelligence once upon a time the chair of house intelligence it's called Pepsi however this third newness is much in this book the plot against the president the true story of how congressman Devin newness uncovered the biggest political scandal in history the author Lee Smith is here with me to my left and next to leave Alexa Lee is fat Lana cove she is a principal in what we don't know about the russiagate story next to miss look over is that a small Connor my dear friend and co host a recovering politician and that is and I have worked this story for three years carefully with our friend Andrew McCarthy who sends his regards he could not be with us today fortunately we had John fund we have a deep bench John fund of the national view online job.
Are the Democrats ready for Bernie Sanders to get the 2020 presidential nomination?
"The news in the Senate well is that the Democrats are on repeat repeat repeat so we're going to move past that waiting for Mr step alone Mister Sekulow and the team from the White House to win our attention with succinct remarks about the foolishness of this whole exercise that is draining the nation's attention at the same time it is slowing the business at hand of reelecting the president of the United States I don't want to go to something that's even more surprising the election cycle to me yesterday as I approached caring for the show the CNN poll national Posada showing that Bernie Sanders had gone in the lead over Joe Biden the national Paul and then I today was in correspondence with our colleague John fund of the National Review online and he sent me a granite state poll from New Hampshire Bernie Sanders is going to lead by twelve points in New Hampshire and then I saw the Iowa poll of these last days showing the Bernie Sanders was also outpacing Joe Biden and Liz before in Iowa the thinking is that Bernie Sanders is drawing from the disappointing Elizabeth Warren supporters but this is the question to you is the best are the Democrats really ready really ready for Bernie Sanders at the top of their nomination process are they ready to deal with what he represents good evening to you ASAP good evening John I put it another way that they're ready to sabotage him and they're doing so right now how is the the the the halt Mike incident with between Bernie and Elizabeth Warren at the CNN debate took several days facts the B. leaks tool to be used in the media what what what was the pulley that what what was the accidental pools for several days and then you have the long interview with Hillary Clinton where she goes off to him and this falling on top of the private discussion the the heart to credit discussion in which we're supposed to believe that an up and socialist the honeymoon in the Soviet Union is Bernie Saunders did flat out told Elizabeth Warren the woman combi to present United States what he knew full well he'd probably be running against of the the Democrat establishment on it's clear in the in the last few days has set its sights on Bernie Saunders three years ago it was done with super delegates it was done with the D. and the using every tool in the book to rob him of the nomination I'm not saying this out of any sympathy to them on reconstituted socialist we're talking about here but he he is not part of the the classic Democrat establishment and that's why the knives already out the the the odds of March is occurring as we see it with regard to Bernie Saunders because the Democrat establishment cannot abide the thought that this man could end up at the top of the ticket history says that a stop fill in the blank movement always results in that person getting a hand getting the nomination right now the anybody but fill in the blank Bernie MO is probably contributing to those numbers that I gave you in the polling is gaining attention in addition to the fact Elizabeth Warren is fading so let us entertain the unimaginable is the trump campaign ready to run against Bernie Sanders the populist is is there is there any stone we need to turn over and look at closely before we enter into that fantastic dual I was also the reason I've been with my colleagues in California will places but two thousand the conservative patriots came to the event it was Dennis Prager myself mark to be in and one of the questions from the audience was which one of the candidates are you worried about which one of the candidates on the left a gives you you know most sleepless nights when it comes to a a competition with food with the incumbent and mark was lost the question that is with us the question and I said it doesn't matter modern politics is about celebrity it's about charisma individuals like Bloomberg Macy's you can purchase it but we know that you cannot buy love all popularity but John it really I'm I'm completely sincere about this it doesn't matter who they choose even if Oprah runs our fifth absurd conspiracy theory that Michelle Obama the love it's it's crazy job why because of the the economic results that is your pot full when you create we've added eleven trillion dollars to the US economy with when the stock market you can't keep up with the breaking records on the stock market and when you see the unemployment figures the likes of which we haven't seen since nineteen sixty nine it really means that it doesn't matter who gets the nomination just on pocket books to load Donald Trump should all other things being equal stroll back into the White House and yet Sam what we see in the polling is that Bernie Sanders is going to do very well in the first two votes that the Iowa caucus in New Hampshire we have reason to believe he'll do well in Nevada as well just reason to believe I haven't seen any recent polls bodies it is leading nationally in some fashion what are the Democrats who support Bernie Sanders telling us that they don't care about the White House that they don't care about the party that they don't care about down ticket is that what they say what what the Democrats and I'm trying to think yeah I'm trying to do what we were supposed to do is have you were trained in military intelligence you trying to get into the mind of the follow but at least as a coach out of the Cold War the pho was rational drawn when we collected the intelligence and read the read the the the the publications all of all of the enemy we could extrapolate to some kind of rational objective in the in the application of ways and means to that executive but with when we're talking about individuals who truly believe that after forty countries for their countries have tried socialism since the manifesto was written by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels and every single one of those countries has failed I I have no rational explanation for what they see it's it's really indoctrination from the nineteen seventies on was that they always have you and I will watch this story I mean that's our job will watch this story over the next a number of weeks to the February third what is it is less than two weeks to remember third will watch a story and see whether it is this suicide watch for the Democratic Party or is there some scheme here that so clever it's like the ability to cheat at monopoly you can't catch them have it all right we'll see
"john fund" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"John fund of the national view on gentlemen. These last hours Jerry Nadler, the chairman of the judiciary committee. The committee that is in place to bring impeachment Bill when if as issued a subpoena to compel, Don, Mcgann, former counselor at the White House to appear before the committee and handover documents the administration has invoked executive privilege. David, again, this comes to the question of what thority does congress have over the president? But in this instance, it does appear that the White House's decided not to cooperate at any level, including the request for a testimony by Don Mcgann, which I can't believe it would be damaging. We know pretty much all of that story. The Nadler committee we're told last week. No impeachment. Do you think they're changing their minds? David. Well, the speakers not changing her mind, but I think that this hollow continues in terms of the stonewalling by the White House to democratic requests for information House, Democrats requests for information. And facts, come out or, or stories or anecdotes, come out related to the now concluded Muller investigations and things that they were investigating. It comes harder. I think for Pelosi to convince her members to teach off and we're beginning to see some fat. I don't think that she has changed her mind. I don't think her tentative change their mind. But those just below that wrong leadership are getting antsy. And I think that's one of the reasons why the Trump White House is stonewalling. Because I think they'd like to dry House Democrats into an impeachment inquiry based think that this will play very well for them politically because it will be overreach on the part of Democrats that it's very possible. It will scare the agenda that they are pushing policy perspective. I think that is one hundred percent likely and I think this trying to fight the presence personality in how views successful politics. John does the white has have a plan b in the event that. This coast of the courts are, are they going to fight this right to the supreme court? Why not? They've already taken whatever hits the have by not cooperating and other matters. And the president's view is, you know, I did everything my lawyers told me to cooperate with some other investigation, and he ends up turning into this namby-pamby report that refuses to lightning refuses to clear me. I've already tried that. I'm going confrontational. I'm gonna dare the dare them to take me to the judiciary committee with articles of impeachment the country will fix nothing else. It'll be a choice between a bunch of gambling. Yahoos in me, and I can win that standoff because the committee, never beat the leader. That is Thomann. What would speak your Pelosi rather be working on it? I mean because you're right, all we hear about is this type of attempt to getting the records or the court case, we don't really hear about much of what they're doing otherwise David. Right. Well, they're doing quite a bit quite a bit of legislation. It's dead on. Arrival in the Senate point. And I think the danger for Democrats if that sort of expand on your question is not so much that House Democrats at the end of obscure, but that the democratic presidential candidates, find their message obscured. And I think that's I think, what even some of them have not grasped, or if they have it doesn't seem of impacted their opinion, the minute, there's an impeachment inquiry to feeding frenzy, it's going to be a double or triple what it is now. And I think it's going to be much larger than we saw during the height of the Muller negation, and there's gonna be no other room for any thing else. And I think that, that puts the Democrats to some degree at a disadvantage, unless they start to dig up damaging information on the president that makes it all worth while. But I think that's very risky, because we don't know they don't know that, that's what they're going to find John. I think the Donald Trump recognizes that the American people are interested in many other issues with impeachments the Democrats, spend the next year yelling about impeachment Trump, how jobs record, whatever successes, he could claim in foreign policy, and he will say that they're divisive divisive dogs barking at of heels. And if the economy remains strong, the democratic nominee is going to have to start his or her economic message quite late and in the shadow of the democratic efforts on a peach mint of the house, all of that works, Donald Trump's advantage. Chaos is friend. We have just a minute, David. The first debate for the Democrats, I two nights, Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris, I'm certain have already committed to impeachment is that going to steal the show and they use that on the first debate debit. Well, it just depends on where the other candidates shakeout, and frankly, the news about five minutes before the debate again, because the new cycle changes so rapidly, you know, Trump will say or do or will they will say, do dictate what the eating John impeachment as it the card that a warm will play to get in front of everyone. I think Warren recognizes he has to play big, and she's going to be the impeachment leader, and she's going to get out in front of anyone else, and be the loudest drum beater. That is just a thought here because you've served in the house, and you have a real good sense of balance, how things work can the can the troops take over an issue like impeachment from the leadership. Can they take it away from the leadership? Now they really can't take it away from them. Because procedurally there has to be certain things that'll be done. But the problem that they're going to run into this David talked about John's talked about his crowding out their own message. Crowding out a much better message for those targeted. Marginal seats, swing seats reelect upon so they're hurting themselves but within those safe seats. This is just insurance to make sure you don't have a primary, because your brief through bashing Trump. So they're at odds with.
"john fund" Discussed on KGO 810
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"john fund" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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California primary election 2018: A look at the turnout
"The john batchelor show elizabeth peak peak for fox news my colleague we turn to the results from the primaries of these last days especially the california primary this i report to you having talked to bill whelan of the hoover institution that the turnout in a race that had villa ragusa the popular mayor of los angeles on the ticket running for governor on a ticket that would could have frozen out all republicans at the gubernatorial level there were ordinary turnouts that's what bill reports to me that the hispanic vote and the least educated at least likely to vote vote in a midterm did not turn out in any extraordinary number despite the fact that villarreal gaza was on the ticket and that the republican entry a man from illinois john cox is on the ticket making a success for the republicans they have a straight republican ticket devote a surprise to everybody against gavin newsom in addition john fund of the national review online reports to me about the the primaries that of the seven congressional districts that nancy pelosi says she can flip suburban districts that voted for mrs clinton in the two thousand sixteen election over donald trump six of them six of the seven had a bigger republican vote than democratic vote which john tells me has heretofore been predictive of the final because it's a jungle primary out there on the final results so right now that blue wave that we watched disappear a couple of weeks ago that blue wave is is looking like just a ripple very small yeah i thought that california results were interesting everyone was really focused on that jungle primary and the possibility that so many democrats running in some of those districts that you might end up with two republicans at the top of the ticket they didn't have that they didn't suffer that indignity they do have a democrat on most of those platforms running but as you point out on almost all of them the republican.
"john fund" Discussed on Pod Save America
"So you think that your mom your kids are in school using army teachers is pretty crazy yeah absolutely you cannot fight violence violence that's not how did it from india have mama gandhi v one to nonviolence that's not how it is done you sending for kids to study not do become shop shoe design and training teachers nation got degrees in the math science or something this should be shop shoot the the solution goal three john fund afoot do you think this march is gonna make a difference yes absolutely i mean the more people show up the shows this is how what can be more important than our live simon as penance when you send your kids to school that's the last thing you should be wanted about we met up with an er doctor named james mock right by the steps of the national archives building he had driven up from charlottesville virginia with his son to express his frustration with a florida law that actually prevents doctors from asking their patients about whether or not they own a gun so you've seen quite a few gunshot wounds in your time i have i have too many even even one is too many obviously but yeah i don't know if you're aware but i believe it was about two thousand eleven or so the florida legislature passed the law stating that doctors cannot talk to their patients about guns and gun sick gun safety thankfully that law has now worked its way through the court summon has gotten overturned for the time being i don't know if it's gonna go further to the supreme court or not but you know frankly the only conversation that i shouldn't be having with my patients is a conversation in which i tell a family member that their loved one it's just been killed so doctors should be at liberty to be able to discuss with their patients guns and gun safety i'm not against hunting but i want my patients to be able to.
"john fund" Discussed on The Takeaway
"My name is on a lisa john fund i'm dallas texas i met my husband at whole foods after being a very hungry girl waiting for pizza she came and started talking to me i was not very nice but he was persistent and offered to pay for my groceries and needless to say i he had me yet can i pay for your groceries happy happy that that one one time time today ars you might remember this i know i do a few years back the new york times got tons of attention for an article called 36 questions that lead to love it was about a 1997 steady by the social scientists arthur aaron from the state university of new york at stony brook go see wolves the idea was that scientists could induce feelings of intimacy between two people just by having them ask each other a simple list of questions so they started off the thirty six questions gone of innocuously in a who'd you like to have at a dinner party deliver sing yourself what is your favorite color and then they move progressively to kinda deeper more philosophical questions even things like you know have you thought about how you're going to die or who would you most mourn of someone in your family passed away yeah that's pretty deep stuff and that's decker kelner the professor of psychology at uc berkeley and the director of berkeley's greater good science center and the host of the new podcast the science of happiness which has coproduced by the greater good science center and pete.
"john fund" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Uh let me see here john fund of people might as he of the broach that it's uh now i ate like no was touch me maybe i am professionally trained davies said audited maybe just like what you see let's go aby re i say you you dug deep yunos you've already got the first date out the way yeah strain eyeroll experience already know was in a you know exactly what you get men to so go forward jim next year genesee hubbard and buy nor genesee when he was a mark of left at the nato enough i was no i'm not thinking about his hurt thinking about him going to work like so anything interesting happened at work today which would would you see any others you like year maybe just your mum on best real trust you know that you looking at madonna every day but you chose mine so i think this ubl income are in a way the glass dire for yeah i don't know yeah i'm don willett man uh lucy genesee here in sealanes seeing is it in national mentioned maybe saw let me put this injury side and jennifer that's all of that support benzene or it's not air logos they she would just saying you know i get a you don't want no monday's anymore like no no i i i do as a very important to me right now i just said i didn't look y'all know me you know no matter what you tell me i'ma be hard on people if i think there's something going on as i just said you just gotta think before you say something sometime next in a moment i've told you this performers will tell you that so i mean if you say in your own camera you want to be here you've got to give may funnel just like anybody else so don't take it personal just keeping proven that song to get beat had gone to say crazy shit because sometimes the crazy she does have a big backlash on us and i just is not a matter just making fun of you really need to watch what you say some time so i mean as i won't be hard on you but i love me being is not affecting our friendship film.
"john fund" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"john fund" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"john fund" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Not really i mean i love all of them i think the thing that i was struggling to let go of was the kinetic nature of switching between people so the the mental kind of over drive that my brain had to be in two to process all these different lives and like i would go home especially after first season and not sleep at all when a we'll because it it was just so much i think when you sleep your processing things and so i was just doing a lot of like clone changeovers and my sleep roman grabby like laying facing this way in an switching characters and turning back and forth than it was just it was not good oh man i as i think it is the words oh my word oh my on my word we mentioned that you you want an emmy for outstanding lead actress in a drama series last year it was it was a big moment for for everybody less his hair a little bit of it and this written down i think he's so much i there's so many people i feel so indebted to grand manson and john fund said you guys and thank you for this incredible dream job i'm obviously you you're so her eight lila go i i just had it ended allure if he this is the rate of that was when she slept on a banana i'm here and it via who you're reading from your phone right now and i'll be in in that moment and obviously you were grateful and obviously you you were thankful because they're the same thing what do you what do you remember now reflecting on that moment well i remember regretting the fact that i hadn't written on paper i just did not think of is going to go up on sage so is like a put it in my phone.
"john fund" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Not really i mean i love all of them i think the thing that i was struggling to let go of was the kinetic nature of switching between people so the the mental kind of over drive that my brain had to be in two to process all these different lives and like i would go home especially after first season and not sleep at all when a we'll because it it was just so much i think when you sleep your processing things and so i was just doing a lot of like clone changeovers and my sleep roman where i be like laying facing this way in an switching characters in turning back and forth than it was just it was not good oh man i as i think it is the words oh my word oh my were limited we mentioned that you do want an emmy for outstanding lead actress in a drama series last year it was it was a big moment for for everybody wishes here a little bit of it in have had this written down i'm thank you so much i'm i there's so many people i feel so indebted to on graham man sin and john fund said well you guys i'm thank you for this incredible dream job i'm so obviously we were sold her eight line to go i i decided to end inamura low fifty this is the rate of that was when she slipped on a banana peel and avia who you are reading from your phone right now at abu in in that moment and obviously you were grateful and obviously you you were thankful because they're the same thing what do you what do you remember now reflecting on that moment well i remember regretting the fact that i hadn't written it on paper i just did not think of is going to go up on sage solve is like i'll put it in my phone.