8 Burst results for "John John Friend"
"john john friend" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"john john friend" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"You're doing the state I mean this is MTV back in what year this was ninety ninety to ninety two. We did a show called. You wrote it you watch it which we were reenacting letters about From from fans and we were doing that show that was show we one of the directors actors on there And then that was ninety two losing track. I think ninety three. It's when we started the state. Yeah because I think I did the pilot for that show that never made it like a ninety five or ninety six. That's probably around the tonight five. We did the. CBS disaster the sea when we jumped to the network. And then that was that was like Doc Tober ninety five so the MTV show is like before then so what was it like. I mean you get near University of meeting all these guys he's big personalities were was there an immediate attraction. Immediate love between all of you where you were just like you all each other on you liked everybody. Yeah there there was at a we. We took each other pretty quickly and I don't know it's one of those things where you you never know why this group of people got together. I think we are all very smart. Ambitious extremely talented. Those guys are are incredibly talented. And and so I feel like that you know people like that attract each other and there was safety in numbers. There's like okay. What if we came up with you know at the group where we all perform in right and so it happened pretty quickly in terms of US getting along of course as you move on there's dysfunction in any big group gruppen? Those dynamics start to particular and and everyone sees what annoys each other about each other. And so who is a leader. Though was their leader was was a David. Wang was the our friend Todd Holler back founded. The group Todd Hall was in a sketch group with David Wayne and Mo Willems who Mo Willems Mo Williams is a an incredible and very popular Children's book author And he had founded this Sketch group called the Sterile Yak the tot holiday David Wayne were in todd. Broke off from that informed A group called the new group which ended up become the state. So that was that's all at Nyu now who did you honestly in the beginning when you first were there and like this guy is the funniest who did you look up to where you're like. Oh I mean not to say look this is events so it's not like you're saying putting throwing any wasn't that your God this guy is going to be a star. Wow can was like. Ken Made Me Laugh Very Hard Marino. Tom Lennon was wicked. Smart and funny Although it's funny Tomlin and we talk about this so I don't feel bad sharing this like I didn't like Tom when I first met him. Tom was very tom had it. Tom Thomson very like arrogant to me. And standoffish And we ended up going in for this student film film directed by Adam Marcus who did one of the Jason Movies and we were in the audition and we just hit it off. We had a great red addition. We booked this student foam. And we've been close ever since I love that man. He's generous it but it's interesting how you meet somebody and like you. Don't take it to them immediately. And then they become really really close. You have friends like that. Yeah I also think it's. It's easy for people I don't know how many times someone is said Either about me or about a friend of mine or somebody I know or an actor in now. I've learned not to listen to like. Yeah my friend Joan. Her friend John John Friend. Jim said that Dax Shepard was not really nice and I'm like Why I'm by the way this isn't a true story? This is not a truce now. It's not a true story but like you know and Like why oh. I don't know. She said she went up to him to get a picture. And you don't want to take a picture I'm like do. Do you think maybe he might have had been having a bad day. You think maybe he was in a rush was he. Eating was the hour. I'm a good judge of character. I think that's a good trade of my for the most part. I mean people like this. The person's good I I trust them. They seem like genuine person. I I my friends are better than me. Yeah I was part But I give people the benefit of they say so and so I go you know. That's well that's why you have so many friends I mean you what's amazing about you rosie is that I. I want your Halloween Party. I don't know when it was a few years ago probably October over. It was it last year I was at the end. Mothers ecological another terrific character. We were a bunch of boneheads showing up like not in costume. Everyone is in costume. And so I think I wore like a quint shirt or some josh shirt. Anyway you have so many people that love you. You should know that you should know that because it's it's important. It's easy to forget things like that. especially when you're feeling alone or out of it not sink not feeling like you belong. I went down like all these guys. Rosie that's amazing and it's true and I and I was happy to be there and be invited and that I also knew you so it just hold onto that known that because that's that's an important thing to remember when you you when you have those days where you like talking about doing it again but you know all this. I want to say first of all I Jimmy. Thank you for that. I mean it's incredibly kind of you and I appreciate did that the problem my mind. It's not that I don't believe you. It's not that I don't think they love me. My friends love me. It's this dichotomy of of yeah of course but then I'm always organizing stuff and doing fun things and doing this and having Thanksgiving and having a Halloween party and doing what. If I just didn't do that anymore with these still they still want to give a shit about me and I I would hope the answer is yes some of them. I'm just like sometimes I I worry I go God you're such a helper such a people pleaser. You're such a like I want to be liked and it's you know it's like dude true but like you don't don't you have your family. You have your job you have your kid. You don't go. Hey I'm GonNa do this an invite all these people all the time and I am getting better at it and I've been working on myself but you know no and I genuinely think people care about me. Yeah I do. It's not about. That's not an issue for me to allow people in. I think I think I just you know I've talked about this some billion times but you know getting it at a young age getting kitty on life and you walk around life you know like I don't know if I've ever been really felt love that I was really like few people. I feel that way but I can relate to that. I related that yeah I can relate to that in that. There are many times when I'm in a room and I'm like uh-huh what the hell am I doing here with. All these amazing people like what what what's that about. I should not be here and I've realized that you're never in a room. You're not supposed to be if you're in the room you deserve to be in the room period. So that's helped me just take could step back. Take a step back Trauma Abbott. What else is APP? It's this is what happens when you prepped for colonoscopy protein. What's in your mind right now? You're begging you to get rid of Shit yes but like you have to step back and remember that the you're there for a reason to to just accept it just own it you know and that's helped me. I hear your point about having a family right if I had this amazing place that you have. I've with all these incredible things that inspire you in it. That's wonderful and yet you're like well. What what else is there? What what about the family all that stuff? I could understand where your where your head might start to spin and be like what happens if I don't though the parties is it. Just do I turn to Howard Hughes or or whatever it is you know what I mean but you won't you won't you won't. There's too many you you're a you're a people. Gather you have an energy to you that just people I like it. So don't sweat it. Well I thank you my friend. Yeah Man I find but look back to you back to me as I view it is inside of me. What else we haven't talked about? We talked about Brooklyn while. I WanNa talk about Brooklyn but you know that whole journey from going from the state into this like starring on things doing things you're always like going. Hey I remember playing poker with you. I've never been at bars with you and it's just like hey joe I might do this independent thing. I don't know pain. I remember remember going up to quadruple. BANGERS called is four. You know you're staying in this thing. What were one of those little private urinals? Yeah those and you were. I just like doing this little bit. Part I've waited fourteen hours I haven't shot yet and I can just tell like you didn't you didn't show up. I knew it like you're like I just I just want something to hit. Yeah you you know I just WANNA be able to go on set every day. Yeah and be have a purpose. Say I'm here to do my part and work. You wanted to war. You're starting your star. This is a very interesting part of the conversation. Were segue into now because what you're talking about is accepting when your time is right. I had a longtime accepting when my time. It's GonNa be many actors. Go through that mark. Kevin Jackson just did a podcast with Brooklyn nine. And we're talking about Brooklyn nine in that. I almost didn't go in for Brooklyn Nine. I almost didn't get Brooklyn nine nine because I'd gone in. I put myself on tape for Allison Jones. Then they wanted me to come back in for a callback or session at that point of his during a very kind of dark time in my career in my head about my career like you know what I've done survey I've done all these like little movies. I've seen enough like like everyone knows what I can do. Like cast me cast me but like I'm tired of it. Who's really the EGO was overwhelming? Swallow me up and I almost didn't go and if I didn't go I would not be on the show. Clearly more importantly the lesson learned. Is that no one knows you anything. And if if you're doing a job because you're expecting to get another job you gotta find what you like about it. I know that's you hear it all the time you find the join. What what you do? But you'll get you realize that's really the truth because it put me in such a a mood of Eldest and people know what I can do. Just give it to semi give it to me entitlement. That really starts to wear you down and it starts to infiltrate you in a in in negative ways and you don't enjoy we around. I remember member. Ken Marino is such a great guy. His wife Erika Young wrote this really funny visuals. Here's burning love that. Ken was in so dominy. Funny people were in that shooting that and I was just in a terrible mood and can bring me a set like while we're shooting you know I didn't know disruption during the set but between takes I was just like not at the greatest of moods and he's like what he's like man to can. I love you I love this. This is so funny like I just couldn't be doing this. Like web shows like it was really narrow minded own grateful type of stuff and he her as a friend and he related and here I am talking. There's someone that also hadn't got his big break cans amazing and seeing all this stuff but also hadn't gotten his break and you realize you just end up sounding like a complete asshole asshole because you can't see your path you can't see when.
"john john friend" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"On a prayer in preparation for their upcoming tour with Bon Jovi, the band's getting ready to play a series of concerts in Europe with Bon Jovi and leading up to those stadium shows. They released a cover of his classic ballad by their tour mates. Here's. I'm having a good time. I'm having a great time the time of my life. Listen that big in the VIN diagram of fan bases enjoy that. I'm going. I think on paper on paper, they're not the same thing, but I do feel like this has this is this is in the same the same sphere as the Rambo trailer. So I want to be careful about the conversation this could easily turn into this week's about trying to say this. I want someone to do this. I don't know how they would, but somehow find the stems for that Rambo trailer extract ole town road and put switch flits cover of living. Prayer. About covers. You've got to put your own twist on it at your own sounded like Bon jovi's living on a prayer but Jonah Keri. Yeah. Finer. Reinterpreted man. John, John friend of the pod pod longtime fan. Are you saying, John Bon Jovi or John forego? Four miss John to say, like make it sound like a switch fit song it to sound like a Bon Jovi saw to me. I when we posted this on the site, and I- Tyler you, you just copy editing on that little piece, and I included one of my favorite images on the internet in the post, it is a, you know. John John Bon Jovi has that song. It's my. You know, there is a picture on the internet of someone who got a tattoo, and it says, it's is my life. So there's a typo with the it's is. But then it has like a little like hyphen to denote who this quote comes from, and she wrote on her and tattooed under is John Bovey John Hoult v later. My life. My favorite song by my favorite ours. John type. Truly like it's what I'm having a down day. I've think I've told you this Jesse down day. Things are a little stressful at the officer. Whatever. Googling, bad tattoos turn that, that it flips the frown upside down, fewer things on the internet can do for me because that one could have been, you know, so easily checked, like not only for grammar like it's is, is, is a bad grammatical, grammatical, John Bovey, you would think the tattoo artist John, but listen to Jon Bon Jovi like we listen to switch, fed on this podcast. They just go it again. You know, it's just the same world, but maybe it's in the tattoo artist code just like you know, they tell me what they want. I'd do it too. John, John bovi. What she's getting paid? I don't care. All right. Coming in number four. This week on the hot list. Terrence Malick next movie is reportedly, all about Jesus kind of his latest work is called a hidden life and it premiered at Cannes got rave reviews for its depiction of a conscientious objector in Austria during World War, Two in the ensuing harassment, he received from his local community, and even this church for refusing to work with the Third Reich program, but the seventy five year old is spending, no time resting on his laurels and is apparently already working on his next feature, which ought to be intriguing for our audience. It's called the last planet, and it's going to evidently, quote, convey passages in the life of Christ through representing evangelical parables now this being Terrence Malick movie it's a safe bet that the resulting project isn't going to be a straightforward or even necessarily linear thing. Malik movies, operate more on impressionistic and even poetic levels. Prioritizing mood over narrative in virtually everything over a brief Runtime. However, they do typically draw a list cast recently films that he's done. Have starred Brad Pitt benefactor Kate Blanchet Natalie Portman, Christian bale Rachel mcadams Jessica Chastain and a ton of others. No other details have been released about the cast or release date for the last planet, but keep your eye on that. Yeah. I constantly fascinates me. How Terrence Malick is able reg- all not just A-List boy, a plus list, right? Like the most famous deluxe.
"john john friend" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"A scandal. The scoundrel. Okay. Well, listen, p people apparently there is no end to the appetite on the Kennedys. Okay. That is why the books keep getting being written and the very prolific celebrity biographer, j Randy Tabarelli, terra Tera Borelli has another book coming out, June eleven k, which is basically about the third generation of the Kennedy clan, which is the kids of all of Bobby, John, the president, and Ted. In all twenty nine kids, and j Randy has done. He did a becoming beyond say he did a book on the Hiltons the secret life of Marilyn Monroe Elizabeth Taylor. He's done to other Kennedy books. One on Jackie Janet Leigh and one about after Camelot. And so this book is called the Kennedy airs okay and basically no scandal, or luxuriance dining room goes overlooked in this book, according to Qurqus reviews, adore, stop of melodrama Cal. Kennedy diehards will love it. Ventas dick, one of the things that's getting a lot of attention in, because the book is out until June eleventh, yet is that the story book romance of John F, Kennedy jR, and Caroline beset was not true. Well, it wasn't that it wasn't true. It was first of all that Caroline and John very much believed that, if they an even several of John. John's friends have verified this to j Randy after they got married in nineteen Ninety-six. They thought people wouldn't be interested in their story. They thought the people were going to be interested in the wedding. They if they could put up put the wedding of being private, and then do something with people magazine, their marriage would just be of no interest in people would just kind of fade away, because he wouldn't be a bachelor anymore. He's off the market. She's off the market. They're just going to be private citizens. Amac going to be a big deal. However, the private wedding only seemed to make the press even. Yes. And they loved each other very much. But their struggles it all came down to because he met her. She was Calvin Klein fashion helplessness in the mid nineties, and he told the friend, you know, when you hear about meeting girl and knowing instantly, she's the one it happened to me. He told several friends among your he was not really that interested in him. She knew he was kind of a playboy. And but then once he talked her into going out on a date. He just completely blew her way with term his charm and a warm. He was and just like they like fell hard and fast. And he wanted her to know him as just who he was don't think of me as the son of the president, and right. During her very first visit the Hyannis Port family compound, F O Kennedy, who. Because quite a bit. You know, Bobby Kennedy's will she asked her about current events at the dinner table. And j Randy Tara Borelli, writes, that Ethel Kennedy says to Caroline beset. So do you think of federal assault weapons ban will impact crime in our country? Dear. How mean is that, okay? Asset the Athol was known for being intimidating and stern. And she liked your cocktails. Caroline, look stunned. And she said, I, I, I think it will, and then at the said, I'm sure you do dear. You may want to read up on it. It's quite important just from that very first family dinner tone. Caroline is like I don't know if I'm gonna fit in in John did not realize how hard it was for his wife to adjust to the spotlight. Remember? His whole life, -actly, his whole life, and g Lady, Diana. She felt what do you mean? You could be just Justice spotlight. She was a private citizen. Yes. The out. It's not easy. She felt hunted by the paparazzi again, that is something Princess Diana would say, and quoting an unnamed friend of John F. Kennedy juniors. Tara Borelli describes a senior night at their apartment at the end of a stressful week dealing with the press. He the friend Martin distant to see Caroline doing a line of coke from the coffee table. And John looked at his friend. He sat down in the friend did align. He said it's been a real bad week around here. And you know, it's the nineties and the friend said, John put his hand Caroline slap. And she tenderly Stirrup to Seir, and they were just so peaceful together Jay Randy Tara Borelli who's written a book. The Kennedy also spoke to John's friend John Perry Barlow's folk on record and John Perry. Barlow is the Grateful Dead lyricist, who died last year, and he said, you know, John was just a recreational user, right? They used to like to go on a little acid in ecstasy trips together in nature and blah, blah, blah. And John just thought of his way to for him to experience life differently like in nature and being in a safe environment. And this was the nineties, and that is something that, you know, people did party and do and but okay, so the stress really came between she always had a hard time from day, one with that, just the, they're always 'paparazzi permanent. But his John's cousin Anthony Radziwill son of Lee Radziwill. Care from the new year causeway. He's dying of cancer. He's like thirty nine years old. And you. People told the author of this book, you can't overestimate, the impact Anthony's illness had on John's their cousin brothers. Yeah. Yeah, they're one year apart, and they've literally grown up their whole life together, and it affected John deeply and his feelings of despair about what was happening to his cousin, and they had a relationship known could get in the middle of, in curling was having a hard time, accessing John and trying to be able to help him with his grief and to him. It's just probably think about it being a guy, you know she closed down. And then I guess, at one point in nineteen ninety eight two years into the marriage Caroline reconnected with an old friend, an old boyfriend waiting this terribly. She went to apartment for conversation. It ended with the kiss he pulled away in signal. I can't be here right now. And it was after that he would home told John, what happened and two days later, the friend woke up at two in the morning. Avoi- said this is the police we've got a. Warrant he opens the door. It's John F Kennedy junior John swings at him and said, stay away for my bleep and wife. That's how he got into that apartment. Oh, that's. Know brilliant, great. All right. And then he and Caroline went into counseling, okay? But she told him right away. And like within by that April they were in couples counseling, and they both wanted to fix the marriage. There is all this grief about the cousin Don. John, didn't wanna be Kennedy man who ended up not carrying about how his wife feels when they were invited to the wedding of ROY Kennedy, the youngest daughter of Bobby Kennedy in July of nineteen ninety nine kirwin said, I don't wanna go. I'm not up to being around your family. Anthony is very, very sick. You know, he's not going to be there. I'm just not up to it, and then she changed her mind because he had a counseling session. He said it would mean so much to me, if you'd be with the family, invite your sister to come along. So you have not just my family within the twins. No. But they were like. A year or two apart. And then, of course, on that July sixteenth nineteen ninety nine the plane piloted by John crashed off the waters off of Martha's Vineyard killing all three. It'll be twenty years, but they were working on the relationship and they thought that all the time in the world of figuring out and they were madly in love. And they didn't. They felt like they'd be able to but it was. The 'paparazzi and the grief over his cousin brother, Anthony. That was really. And also he was losing George magazine. Right. Couldn't figure that it was just advertising wasn't Darren publishing was. And so they, they their love for each other was undeniable, but it was just really really difficult for her. They literally couldn't go anywhere. And the paparazzi were at their apartment every single day, every day, every day. Anyway. But yes. If you're interested in the Kennedys, the book, June eleventh is called the Kennedy airs by j Randy. Terra borelli. Okay. Listen. We come back. We've got our favorite headlines of the high. It's Tracy from the red cow and red rabbit family. And I'm here with my son..
"john john friend" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Radio free. Eighteen major league baseball player. CU buffs. All around swell guy. Not a bad, dude. At all John Stearns the most misnamed baseball player in the history of baseball players. We're going to turn that around or we're going to market it, John. Okay. Hang up the good good. But we can't sell t shirts. Say that good dad. We have to sell t and say bad, dude. I'm telling you right now a picture of you on the front. I've got it all worked out my head. My people your people it's going to be one already. We've sold run to the intern. We got that going for sent me this question. I think it's a really good question. Someone says John what are the catcher and unpire really talking about behind the plate at earshot of the rest of the ballpark. Because like so you can have a sandwich later. I mean what what's going on back there? Well, it depends on your relationship with that unpire if three out the night before then you're probably not talking that. Right. You know, if you're a good friends with the unpire, you know, sometimes you say Hello. How you doing? What's going on? What did you do the other day while I was down in Manhattan? And I did this this this and that seems kit chat, and you're just like Chattanooga. And then but more I think more of the time you're probably talking about you know, the game. And how this pitch went. And this guy this pitch and right now throws really hard and his ball has good movement on it. He can cut it both ways. And then throw a change up without you know, you can't see it coming out of his hand. So, you know, things like that. Now when a batter comes up you run smack like they do in bad news bears or little league all over you mumbling things under your breath. Are you saying Steph how what kind of smack talk or were you there? John I hardly ever talked to a hitter on the other team. Now, I was friends with him and had played winter ball or something with that player. Then basically, I would say Hello. How you doing? What's going on? What are you doing after the game? But then when it was time for the pitcher to pitch, I would I would wouldn't try to talk. You are. You are a good. I don't know what to tell you somehow disappointed to know. I had a kitchen catch talk to me while I was trying to hit step down and said, hey, shut them up and let me hit it. Did he? Jumped on. Okay. Yes. Dave. The intrepid the story was Yogi Berra used to just constantly talk and distract the batter. Did you ever try to do that? No. I never did that. And and and if I had been hitting against Yogi out of turn around and sit at yoga shut the. And if he wanted to keep talking I may step out and we'd have to fight. You know, what I wanted to ask you, we're almost out of time. And I wanted to ask you about one more thing you may be one of the few major league baseball players with a fan tackle under your belt in your stats. You tackle the guy on the field. What it sounds like? He deserved it not really fan. Ran onto the field. My pitcher was out there. It's taken a lot of time. He if you let a pitcher stand on the mound for three or four throwing you know now you're going to disrupt what he's trying to do. So this fan came out. He was running around the infield. And the the people they sent in from the dugouts to get him. Couldn't get him side. Just ran out there. And tackled him. I tried to find video of that on the blog the guy out of there. And we start getting genuinely confused. Why bad dude has stuck as nickname? You're you really confused as to why that's just been told right after that game. Don't don't put this together with the bad, dude. Yeah. Actions deeds not words there. Mr. Bad dude person. Jerry, you're on KOA NewsRadio. Hello. Hi, jerry. Go ahead. You're on with John Stearns yet, John Gerry McManus. I don't know if you remember from nineteen sixty six World Series. But the pony league pony League World Series. Yes. Yes. Yes. I remember what it was in Oklahoma. Wasn't it? Well wrong. Nebraska, Ralston, Nebraska. I'm sorry. Because I went to the next year we went to the Colt League World Series. There were two World Series there in a row for me. But go ahead. Yes. I remember roles Nebraska. Yeah. So you you were with us. So you know, we went we ended up in in Rawson Nebraska's finished fourth in the nation that year, and that was disappointing. We lost two quick games in a row over a four team tournament to game elimination. And I thought we could win the national championship. For you. That was fifteen that year. We lost. The quick, thankfully, fourteen is fourteen. Then you know, so fourteen. And then the next year I was in the League World Series. He end opponent. You talked about the pony League World Series. That was amazing. We should have one because in in the divisional series a series right before that we went off this great Joliet. Illinois team who were always in the lead roles. Them got the World Series and didn't win. And we we came to the loser's bracket and be them in kankakee, Illinois. We did. Yeah. And and then also I tell you that our grandson is dairy quite that place for the Spurs. Cool. Great. That's awesome. Yeah. It's doing a great job down there too. He is. And he's a great kid a great person. And it's just a it's an amazing story. So the nuggets in them get to play in the first round, it looks like they might meet in the round there in the first round there in the first round there already playing each other. Yes. To go. See Derek Whyte try to beat the nuggets right dairy quite. Yeah. It really I'm not going to yell at him for much debt. I'm amid court responsibility. That is your job at fifth row center. Cork somebody likes Derek I'm going to yell at him. And. All right. Yeah. Derek's great. It played his last year at sea. Good, jerry. I appreciate the phone call very very much, John you've got to come back and see us again this time, and he just went an hour and a half. He was supposed to be here in our. So you're the kind of guests that I just sit back and let you drive the show. It's perfect. An open invitation anytime you want to come back with you. Let me know and expect to see you on opening day next year. And I'm going to start listening to the show. This is a really good show. Yeah. I think so. Two. John. The hotline he'll have the hotline back line number there. That's John's turns major league baseball player. Now. He's the man about town of planet, fitness and Freddie's, take burgers and Allom at Thomas Jefferson high school. John. Thank you. Thank you, Tim for bringing them in John's John's friend is the one that facilitated this whole thing. I appreciate it class of sixty five. There you go. Susan Witkin class up seventy seven. There you go. John classify sixty nine what's coming up in your news. 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"john john friend" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"What do you think the founding fathers would have answer to that question? Where do we flee to? It is people who are persecuted who do not have individual liberty and freedom. Who flee here refugees true refugees caravans of economic migrants, quote, unquote. I'm talking about those who've lived under the oppression. Of fascist or communist regimes. They come to our shores why because of what America represents. Three easy for me to understand this nation because I've seen of the nation's up close I spent fifteen years living in the land of my parents of the fall of communism. I did my bit to try and make Hungary rejoin western civilization. I worked for the first freely elected conservative government of nation. Off the fifteen years after raising children there. We realized something my wife, and I. The dictate to the Hungarian dictator Janos combat who controlled hungry for most of the Cold War has attributed to him a saying, it might be a pucker full. But it doesn't matter as with most apocryphal sayings, they have an essence of truth about them. Janos combat when discussing the different types of communist regimes around the world ha-had costs Stalinist regime such as North Korea. This is communist regimes like, Hungary, which had a like to touch the old still being dictatorships and Yano conduct said. It's more efficacious. Rather it's harder to break somebody spine rapidly. Than it is to slowly bend it over time. And that's what we witnessed. We understood out the fifteen years of living in a post-communist keta ship. That fifty years of communism. Truly effects the soul of a people. It can create deficiencies in a culture that will take generations to undo if they can be undone at all. And that is why with my American wife and two young children. We moved to this country. A country that has provided us with innumerable blessings, according to cope of blessings. But a nation which is now in trouble. In very very serious. Dia straits. We have a political party one out of only two political parties that is using every tool book in the totalitarian regime every tool in the totalitarian two bucks to take down this president. Apparently, there are leaks coming out of the Mola special prosecutor's office that is a legal. And now, you have Democrats who openly demanding the last six years of IRS tax returns of the forty fifth president the United States. If the president committed a crime impeach him. But if you want six years of his tax returns, what are you doing you're going on a fishing trip? You out doing the venti Beria said show me the man, and I will find you the crime that is what the Democrats on Capitol Hill of going and kudos to the management of Capital, One the Bank Capital One the president's one of the president's banks who the Democrats have demanded that they send the financial records of Donald Trump to congress Capital One. In an open letter has said you want those records you can subpoena us because we have a relationship of confidentiality with. All of our clients. Congratulations Capital, One police states. Do this. They comb through documents to find that one thing they can hang every other trumped up. John, john. Friends, the stakes of very very serious. Taking Kohl's on. How you see things today for the next nineteen months of political campaigning here in America until the twenty twenty elections. On eight three three three three Gorka. That's eight three three three three four six seven five two. We.
"john john friend" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Like oh thank you i actually really loved the city of boston boston's a beautiful city and i hate baseball but fenway park is a great fucking time i love fenway park i don't like baseball i think is so boring but fenway park for some reason it's just atmosphere the people love it i love boston so much i could never or i have never gone to boston but for anyone who wants to get into baseball get drunk and watch the college world series it will get you right into baseball for no reason and all i'm saying is since i started watching baseball the phillies are in the number one spot so put that on me that correlation and causation are wearing phillies hat right now baseball row row that strike hit that ball that's a home run dog all right we have fan questions and it's cool now because instagram knew we had fan questions so they've added my hate that they added the question is usually just girls trying to look yeah like desperate guys like ask questions when they always do asked me a question is always like do you one of two guys it's like could you creep do creed yes it's and it's like two different kinds of crepes ones like if you had to pick your most romantic outing complete with a romantic food and the romantic setting where would you go another one would be like yo send dudes like the spectrum of for those questions please don't do that don't ask girls creepy questions new through this via instagram question don't do it in general but asking us questions because as useful for us once so first question comes from rowdy american mill they are funny instagram for like you know military stuff i don't know our friends run it it's a really cool count they question is is it talking about is coming home though it's delayed it's coming home in four years this is just a warm up yeah you set the way for years it's a big process trust the process next question is from j underscore what else ski john how many cucumbers do you think kevin defend his mouth at one time asking for a friend how many cucumbers or whole ones oh that's t didn't specify i'd say whole ones because have you ever seen like a real deal farm cucumber whole the whole i'm just thinking like the tip right i just had the at least some of the tip of your going to deep cucumber dethroning cucumber nothing that's what john john's friend wants to know john's friend john i don't have a really bad gag reflex i really don't think i could even put one cucumber a quarter cute i probably like a quarter in i'm going to start calling cucumbers a worst i could never give head i the worst gag gag if like my toothbrush hits my tongue throw brush my teeth stadium scene which a plug them right in stadium seen asa question which is a way seen dot tv which hosts a bunch of other cool networks who work with us about other sporting events and shit like that this is a horrible plug martin please take get away from me yeah stadium seen dodd tv's like fucking collective group of fucking great podcast and it's all run by dj fluck and you can go on there you can find our podcast you can find other sports podcast fucking like casual podcast listen to you can find.
"john john friend" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"John john friends posted government matters study jail line in the nation's capital francis throws is my guide and help me to understand the federal government especially because we're keen on reporting on veterans affairs and though it's not a fact yet it looks like the storm clouds are clearing up ahead i can see blue sky friends for some very good evening to you thank you for this and important press release earlier in the week landmark accountability legislation what has happened in the house representatives under the leadership of a chairman phil row of the house committee on veterans affairs but under the leadership of the whole house two move this story for via to better a to a better days good evening to frets good evening john to the the bottom line here is that legislation that the secretary veterans affairs david show couldn't has been working on with staff in the house of representatives particularly that house veterans affairs committee has now past the house and it will go to the senate the reason that this legislation a significant they're actually two main reasons this legislation a significant one he is that good government accountability office found recently that it takes about six months to move a symbol servants career federal employee out of the government that's the average like the time that means there cases where does happen faster but they're also cases where takes much longer you and i have talked about some of the challenges that the department of veterans affairs has had in and sack house and senate passed the bill i'm president obama sign did in twenty fourteen that at the time appeared that it would be would make it easier for employs to be fired dak that didn't happen though because it the the legal team at that they'd be a decided that it was not willing to put the constitution analogy of that law to a challenge because it would hold up so that's what the reason that win this congress began the new chairman of the house veterans appears committee so row sat down and started to work on a new piece of legislation.