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"john kirkman" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Appreciate that okay anyway. Anyway to equals going out of here so We started the show investigating this this Youtube thing. You are being looked at as a potential suspect in this. Do you want to clear name right Fucking what are you know? I'd love to be fuck. Are you waiting for you? My my phone mine. I'll hold on. Hold hold on. Hold on hold on. Why do you endlessly defend this idiot? I mean he's fun for us right but he's he's you're you're I mean that his work do you feel potentially these more guilty after that Paul's or no no immunities phone man just told you what the issue was wasn't a pause? Maybe he accidentally hit a button and bought four thousand. God Jesus Christ our no. I'm hard for. I'm hardly enough to put the video up on Youtube. I don't like that defense. Mean Steve's defense. I don't like him. You don't like that cagey like that. I don't like that defense okay. So we laid everything out. You're aware of all. The facts are clear. You for the for the sake of this conversation. Somebody did everyone's denying they did it. So putting a gun to your head and saying who did it. Take as much time as you like before. What is that? See what the Fuck we lost him. Would it be young up or what. What are you eating by the way her knowing me? What are you eating? See we eating. Candy kind Crybaby tears we'll sour candy. Sound like them. Maybe that's when he's about to go home. If you fucking priestess we species during the show my show. You're an automatic answering. See what the fuck. Oh Jesus Christ comback asterisk Verna No. I'm calling him. What a way to go out from Bristol. Sports on the line could end the difference between those two could ended with Kevin Salad crazier than it did. When you were talking to Kevin. It reminded me of when you had fight Obregon and asked him out of Saturday's the boys and he's like I never really thought about probably twenty million dollars for the company Allen. Stand Steve. I don't even get it right Joe from Scranton just texted me back. Who is this? Call Him? Okay great fearful. Who is this John? John Kirkman a hand. How are you good? How's it going? It's going fine so We're trying we're trying to put together this this case here. Okay spoke to the guy from Canada. We spoke to will for a few minutes. He hung up so clearly something happened. Somebody bought something. I like you guys. You guys do a good job. I appreciate your loyalty things. Somebody must have bought something so I need to know who did what. Yeah yeah no I mean once.
"john kirkman" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen
"One room schoolhouse. The White folks had big yellow buses. But we had to wall and minute little white kids would hang out the one SPITAK one of those. We grew up in Atta environment. I'm so convinced I think the salvation was it. I never believe the lied. That white full told the black folk and the black folks told though I felt the white folks told us that will inferior and they told us that they were white and superior that is classic what racism is in like in a vote. People believed that lie. Then they got a culture of formulating. That is a lie. So how did you not absorb that? How did you live a different narrative Lee? We live on a plantation with the plantation owner. Had Boys that was older than me and they had boy double the same time is me and I play ball with them. We played together. We got to know each other. We gotTA play together. We owe child is gonNA come next door. Name it on the common say. Let so-and-so come out and play with me if white lady going down the street with a black or they're white kids are the blanket the Black Kid GonNa go player to light and the whites is GonNa go play with the Black. A lesson hold a hand entailed and not to do that. And then the kid on say always why why and then dig get a brainwash him. I know believe that brainwashing. But you heard it. I heard it but I grew up in the day when Jackie Robinson came along. And they say now that he opened the door for black people to be involved in athletic national. No he did not open a door. That's too narrow. He took defense down and made a plan feel that they've played on together. So a lot of the foolishness that we toll what bastogne that Racia- in Ferrari and if I went to church because the church was a steward of that the trick was the one that held that gap in in in a society vol. Now I'm teaching Broadway. Whenever there is a chain and a conflict of society whether it's in the nation you got to deal with their religious beliefs. I am I. Religious will believe that it was all right for blacks to be separate from light and they was inferior in side. We still ought to know better. But we have now affirm the Constitution. Which is the best interpretation of the MAGNA Carta of any law that ever been written before in the history of man? The American constitution is the bet is to bed. We hold these. Choose to be self evident that all humankind was created equal and that is one human race that all come from Adam. And that's why you have degen Hollidge and the Bible. And every time they come up with the genealogy you a Taylor worry came from we was created to reflect God hyllner in a new no other reflection. Don't make any other reflection. One guy won re data between God and Man. And that man is dame carnation apprise owner. He was the Express Emmy Ogden visible. God to know why. It's an older reflection that was brought in. Jesus cry and the no the humanity that reflects the conduct dot inside tile and the churches out to keep that reflection going that reflection will one time and fall community church in so we gotta come back there. That's our crisis today. A crisis today is a lack of greeting. We got a bad language without a language that hate. I did not think five years ago we could be holy at now what we made hate the winning Standard Warren could hate the other one. We lost diplomacy we law patient. We lost that space between when we see people and doing get close. Nah Dino them we feel wall between us we brought via international wall and Weaver Family Wall we build. A wall was denied society that need to be told to all of us and we really got to cancel each other together and we got to talk about at the same time. And we've got to get rid of term like a white shirt and a bright shirt a White Gospel and a Black Gospel. There is one Gospel and that one Gospel is revealed. Tas Though the one guy and one God reveal as Jesus of Nazareth. That was to be good news so we don accepted a Weiss down religion and I then delicate religion now have been capped it by one political party and net one political party. Thanks it's better than the other political report. They've got everything mashed in together. I don't know where to start at to believe so either one of those reflects God and we think. Today we got had one though so our lives today is so far away from the Kama love and passion. Not You say that to me John Kirkman. I'm becoming deeper to me as I get closer to. God I can see it a low. There need to confess my sand every day and the blood of Jesus Christ Godson keep on. Clinton me from all saying that slimness me that I was just lack I had never seen He. Why should all last sands away Nevada said in my people white people black people and the people that are called by my name will home themselves and pray and seek my face he said God said I will hear you from heaven and Ather give your seen in who you lan one thing now as I get near the end? I'm people when I see quite people. I love when I see an alien further on sold Latte Dale loving me and I can them back. I'm in competition with feel so good to be loud and it feels so good to give up. Love is a guy and we need to churches here. The Stewart that to be a coming together learn from each other worshiping together. He loves his home in. We Fall in love with him with an apprentice. You're gone here. We've got a friendship on. He called us to be Fran. I mean Zastava Messy that we got with. Lil condemnation is we can try to create a a received one lug rec- on low on these last words of Jesus by this mailman. No you mind scientists because you love one nine and so we don't realize that we have been the seed so we gotta get old at deception income back to Levin now. I see that happening in the multi-culture should and I see it is happening sometime in suburbia more than the other because I think they feel and see the isolation and they call him a guilt now calling it a privilege now we need to Cher APP. Privileges We need to Love Yourself. I- privileges that God loves as permanent. Any credit for it. We abide in him and he does. He would give some resources and we can use these resources to create more resources to love each other. We in society show. I went to school for about three years and I dropped out of school and I didn't go back to school. I went back to play ball. I went back that they will let you play ball and Hughes enact community the other folks in no you going to school nephews. Good athlete at my brother. Li- Li- grandmother gave away Afford a kid. She kept owners Bradley in me. He will own up to file an hour the baby until we were after on a plantation hall. You win in acting and you know most of those boys though quite born on a plantation we became friends and I call them by their name. What all their life and they call me on name and I have to call them. Mr. I remember when I came back home to Libya in my community and everybody was saying. Let's book in our hand. We call now and he was a hijab and we became friends. I became friends with his brother and his nephew. He you know and my my wife's grandma say you call him Mr Bush. I say well look. I'm this pass and I said I'm a pastor. He should be called Lena's but we don't play that game. You Play Games. Do how trouble that my trouble is. I believe every BRASSICA. That ain't Papa. I've lied I've good him Hugo to me that ain't popular. Do you love God. Do you love God. I forgave him. I seen digging on. That will perdue guy then. Now got compensation role. If I go down and say Ey you dine you GonNa Hail. Don't you know that that scared in some and it makes you superior that you know some that they don't.
"john kirkman" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Is it good for her steve. The sales guy is at sixty seconds or no yeah. It was satisfied. Get much coming into a fucking read that drip the the buccaneers idiot fuck off that would say no this is still part of the ad or whatever the fuck you fuck you fuck you fuck in a you can get simplisafe. Who is it who is he anyway stephen check. He's the guy who's traffic on fucking plane traffic. I would say seems unnecessary. What do you mean take your fucking parents with you too nice guy or no i understand i have no fucking will steve burying them before the show and he's like shit on a police because i can't to reform that is not true at all. I read his email to you was that but when you do that you basically telling me to do this. I'm it just say. I'm giving you kidding. I'm sure he's fine. I'm just breaking this ball and by doing that sort of making sure that guy out there then sort of being nice walking right no not at all. I'm sure he's good. He seems like a nice guy. No guy he's always been nice to me all right good. He's a nice guy. He was sitting on albright's. Oh boy yeah apparently in two thousand sixteen. Ben albright put his draft preview and stevens said ho. I hate this game. <hes> <hes> is anybody sponsoring. Mike's transportation as we know that yet not today not not not fuck you mike now right. It's <hes> <hes> okay so here's fucking. Let's talk to mcafee can do it you there. No i'm not are you there. We got to loud and clear kirk gear and we'll be ready to start in a few minutes okay. This boy surgeon is video. This is just the voice oh that's cool good. What we're shitting. You're talking about for bats in order to prevent is no high john's kirkman kirkman hand. I'll be interviewing you today. I i do not time with what they are. It is i'm just i'm just curious because i'm trying to get take the temperature sure of the modern world now cravat is something that you've seen in movies many times especially the the <hes> aris aristocratic nick british gentleman <hes> instead of wearing a coat and tie okay they wear a coat with an open collared shirt and under the shirt is a special thing called a crevasse. Let's sort of like a scarf which is folded them in a way that it's a solid piece of material under the the the the ship is look it up anyway so janice now. We're talking about it. <hes> i'm gonna start me and want to start doing videos wearing a cravat bat time interests that looked to the world. You've decided a anyway okay recording. We're recording boarding <hes>. We were just recording your corvettes. That's okay <hes> we can just get going. It's okay to record anything that you like. Okay i just wanna make sure i need to ask cabanas because everyone is this show restricted in terms of a verbiage. I mean to me. I say you can say all. All the fuck you're on us is to pick the things like that. You are restraint. You can actually say you fucked pig while you're fucking a pig on this podcast. We allow everything there's no loss. Yes also unfortunately unfortunately <hes> and i wish you were otherwise. I do not have a pig prison ugly so we'll have to abandon the dan opportunities okay so i guess my first question to you is <hes>. Where are you physically right now if you can answer them tena. If you expect you expect me to answer that then you have neither kept up with we have we have a nor.
"john kirkman" Discussed on KCRW
"Just have to kind of plot along and Nancy Pelosi is just going to follow away from the spotlight. So on a to to that point about playing defense. A lot of the fights over these rules involved, you know, sort of blue-sky ideas that are, you know, Donald Trump is not going to sign, but it sets it sets a table for how Democrats might legislative they control the entire government in two years. And there was some discontent from the left about some of the things in in the rules package. They brought back these roles called go that basically mean if you're going to expand and entitlement program you need to. To finance that with new revenues. There was some discontent about how powerful this green new deal committee is going to be it's not going to be able to directly proposed legislation and we saw Alexandria Casio Cortez was one of just three members the democratic conference who voted against the rules package because they didn't think it was progressive enough. Do they have valid concerns there. The vast majority of the progressive caucus decided that they were fine with this packaging. They signed off on it. I mean, I think that people like AFC wanted what they wanted for good reasons. And I I agree with positions. But also, I think this is a victory for them ticket. These discussions on the table. I read an interview with her actually where she basically said that that conversation has now widened the green new deal is something that no one had heard of or practically no one had heard of like a few months ago. And now, it's something that people further to the left and people kind of in the center are talking about, you know, she's widened and the Overton window on the left when it's been actually it's been creeping so far right for so long. I think that the pay go rule is an interesting compromise. My recollection in John Kirkman from wrong they passed that. But also said, but we can violate this. When we want to like it. Exactly. So I think that's actually pretty masterful deal making on the part of progressives. If they said, okay, we're gonna vote for this thing that sounds really good, but we cannot comply with it for the things you really really want. So what does what they did in the past? Anyway, they waved it anyway. So, you know, John Bresnahan capital bureau chief for politico. Thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me. It is January twenty nineteen. And that means we're about a month into the two thousand twenty presidential election campaign. Former housing and urban development secretary who Leon Castro who also served as mayor of San Antonio is expected to announce a presidential run imminently, but more notably Senator Elizabeth Warren has formed a committee to explore a presidential run. We're joined now by Mike konczal, Mike is fellow at the Roosevelt institute where he focuses on financial reform and progressive economic policy. Mike, thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. So Mike on this show a couple of weeks ago, we were talking about these proxy fights over Beto Rorick, which seemed to be an opportunity to relitigate the fight between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton and over, you know, the level of progressivism that should be in the democratic presidential. Candidates agenda where does Elizabeth Warren sits in the fight over the future Democratic Party. You know, it's interesting so coming out of two thousand sixteen the the Democrats had three major problems to overcome. They had to reestablish their base with people of color and younger people. They have to consolidate a lot of gains. They made with suburban moderate voters, and they needed to re secure and take back the upper midwest from President Trump, and the largely did this in two thousand eighteen very well now looking at twenty twenty it's still a challenge. But it's now going to be a harder one because it needs to be done within one person leading the party is the nominee and here, I think you'll see worn emphasized her history of fighting for working class people kitchen table issues like healthcare and credit card bills and also dealing with corruption. So I think it allows her to talk a much more aggressively about what's broken with Wall Street. What's broken with people's everyday experiences, but not necessarily in the most aggressive tones? To turn off a lot of more moderate people. But in ways that might connect with a lot of the base. So I think we'll see as as she is a lot of her midwest roots and a lot of this history that she has fighting for kitchen table issues. What that will look like on? I feel like a of all the democratic presidential candidates with the possible exception, Bernie Sanders, and probably not even that exception. Warren has the most clearly defined ideology, she's really associated with a particular view of what government is four and therefore is not sort of molding her ideology to bring out into this campaign based on where the electorate is. I guess my question is to what extent are these primaries really about ideology is there are these candidates going to voters and presenting a policy plan and saying here, this is what I think government is four vote for me is that how this works. Yeah. Historically, I don't think that's the case. I also think what's interesting about Warren is that you described her as having a solid ideological background, which she has a resume what she has as a series of positions that she has. Acted on in her career like that she's worked on in academia that she's worked on in government. And I think that's the strongest argument for her candidacy is that. She doesn't just talk a good game. Right. She's actually been able to make real serious changes in American policy. I it is so early. I mean, at this point, I think is just as good a chance that we're gonna you know, determine our candidate by a sing off than it is by ideology, there's we're going to do a series of Instagram cook offs. Maybe is crazy new world out there all the rules are up in the air. I am hopeful that the discussion is about ideology, but you know, it's going to also be about race and also be about gender. I don't see how the metoo movement can't play a significant role in in what will be happening, especially if Biden enters the race. So you know, ideology and personal background. Those are always maybe the top two things that people think about and there's going to be a whole cast of characters to jet to judge by those things Ryan you actually were praising at least a portion of Elizabeth Warren agenda in your column this week saying that she had some good ideas about how the military spends money inefficiently. Even though I believe you were critical of her overall vision of how the military. We should work. I it seems in theory like she ought to be one of the best position candidates to attack Trump on a number of issues on personal corruption on closeness to industries on letting industries take advantage of the government, including defense contractors. It seems like, you know, she in many ways would be very well matched up to Trump's weaknesses. I think that symbolism and cultural stereotypes wind up counting for a lot. So I've got to say bit bearish about her chances in the primary, but I also think that it doesn't really matter all that much in so far as Warren really is an intellectual leader and the bigger picture. That's happened. Among the Democrats since their defeat in two thousand sixteen is that the Sanders lights and the Clinton nights at the elite level are totally totally aligned policy. Exactly personal. Well, that's an open question. I get a grassroots level. That's certainly true. But I've got to say Mike konczal would've played a very senior role in a Clinton White House or in a Sanders White House that is absolutely true. If you look at the advisers working. Behind these guys behind Biden or beta or what have you the truth is that there's a lot of very tight convergence. You have a strong network of former staffers who are very aware that hey, we don't know. Which of these thirty candidates will become the next president. But the folks we're gonna actually staff that administration. They're very very aligned. Now, the difficulty is that the coalition itself the electoral coalition is going to be a lot less allied. If you see a big democratic victory in twenty twenty it's going to be because you have upper middle class folks and working class folks who do not have the same core material interests, but at the elite level this party is super United in a way that ought to be intimidating for people like myself on the right, Mike. Do you agree with that assessment has Elizabeth Warren, basically already won the policy fight within the party? Even if she doesn't win the nomination. Yeah. I think so both both her and Bernie Sanders, I think it kind of closed up the space in the following twenty sixteen you now see it see particularly with healthcare where even the most moderate members are proposing a pretty expansive Medicare expansion rather than. To go back into the exchanges and bring back the individual mandate and try to increase subsidies. You know, you see it with a broad focus on things like antitrust in corporate governance, the fight for a fifteen dollars minimum wage right now is the standard policy. It's just a matter of what year you implemented where before President Obama introduced a ten dollars and ten cents minimum wage that was seen as very progressive back in twenty twelve. So there's definitely been a movement left on the economic space. I think both because of Trump's victory. I think both because of the sense that the economy is not working in a lot of core key ways, the general sense of unease, and you see it both on immigration and on globalization and on corporate profits a monopoly in platforms. So I do. Yeah. It's definitely the case that that has gone now. The question is how far and how aggressive people will push it. And I think what will matter for twenty twenty s how much it is centered in the kind of rhetoric pitch to voters on whether or not we just need some tweaking around the edges, which you'll probably hear from more centrist candidates or whether or not we need more structural reforms. And I think you'll see it particularly. Play out in the in President Trump because some people will say President Trump is going to be unique to our government. Some people will see him much more of a general symptom of the corruption that happens within government, and he'll in a weird way kind of a proxy for how that works out. I I wanna push back, and I want to hear from both on and Mike about this on the messaging about how the the economy is not working for ordinary people isn't this difficult time to be making that pitch. I mean, the the economy's certainly could be better. But I mean, the, for example, just on Friday, we got a jobs report that that far beat expectations wage growth finally kicking up over three percent isn't isn't it difficult to run on a, you know, rather than you know, Trump is corrupt. Trump is misusing our resources to run specifically on a, you know, the the economy's not working for you message at a time when the economy really feels feels good to a lot of ordinary people on I think it may feel good right now. But I think that what worries a lot of the democratic base is this. Ability of the economy and stability of the government. And I think we talked about this after the midterms, which is that the Democrats are not going to win the White House by talking about impeaching Trump as much as I personally think that would be a great idea, and they're not gonna win it talking about his charity. They're not gonna win at time him personally, they are going to have to talk about policy, but there is a certain amount of policy ties into Trump being so unstable Trump being so mercurial, I think that they can deliver a message that like we're here to take care of you like you're not gonna suffer from the winds of someone who thinks that, you know, who who answer to a stock slightest a call for the firing of the, you know, chairman at the fed like.
"john kirkman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Do you remember because you remember the name? She wears a dread wig drink owes really like baggy Janko 's she wears her matrix costume. Yeah. Kid wisdom as it w is e no it looks like it's just regular wisdom. They just showed us fest two thousand five. That rules. Yes. Sharon, Osbourne went to see them performance small nightclub and she was blown away. Wow. So she was the one who's hook that up. I guess so. Yeah. So she is separated from her husband. She moves into her father's house, her mom her mom doesn't live their lives somewhere else million. Yeah. Yeah. Play Candice Bergen you see some shots of like seventies. Candice Bergen, gorgeous. Yes insane. Yeah. Lebron Berg getting buckets from half court. She's trying to start an interior design business. I guess kind of she's she makes joker early on where she's like just one of those people who like any creative thing they do like, well, she's supposed to be sort of a dilettante because she's having dinner birthday dinner with her friends. She's like all these other careers. Well, that must be nice, exactly. So she's just kind of an, but she's Libre to I don't know how what's the word Egypt. Is probably the. And she goes out for drink with a friends. Real. Jen kirkman. A funny thing about John Kirkman. 'cause I put my notes all wears Jen Kirkman. Yes. She doesn't come back disciplined. Donald doesn't. She not come back. She disappears from that scene because it's just her and Dolly wells hanging out after a certain point, you're like ten kurkin Sierra just had to go home. Only had one day available. She's a comedian funny one at that Jiang, Kurt. Yeah. It is. Yeah. It's one of those people were like if romantic comedies were still being made regularly. She would be running the table on parts like this scene over drinks, Harry Olson, just going there. They're like so many actors like that who s we've been doing this miniseries realizing like fuck, that's what this person would be doing if these movies still made the best friends in this. They would be the boss in this like that's the zone that they're not getting cast in. I mean, I've said this like a fucking thousand times. But if I was Jennifer Lawrence, I would go to my agents right now and say like I wanna make an ANSI Myers moving. I wanna use whatever remaining like movie star capital. I have to try to make a straight down the middle like my best friends wedding like career revival round com to remind everyone that I'm charming and get over like the press in the baggage. And all of 'em. Maybe seem like I actually enjoyed the work of acting. Right. And let Nancy like get a whole new batch of character actors on the rise movie stars to fill up the supporting cast a bunch of people from TV, right? Yeah. No. They're out there. Yeah. So Alice hits it off with Harry played by PICO Alexander who is a mannequin that was brought to life a beautiful man again. A compass American from Brooks brothers, or the gap or something wearing a nice sports coat like they really carve some detail into that. Again. It's acidic face. And I do do we know? Like is there any real indication of what their connection is apart from the super cute he super hot? She's super hot. Yeah. He's just kind of going forward. I guess and. Yeah, because they don't ever say like he he'd like sedate older women or anything like that. Like, it's just sort of UC him indiscriminately hitting on everyone at the bar, right? Because he's hitting on. He's hitting on the bartender until reached whether it's been comes over, and then he immediately shifts gears. He just seems like you know, he's he's a big game hunter. Yeah. Right. Yeah. But like she just for whatever reason, maybe he can smell like the birthday on. Yes. She's right. She's journey forty. She's a little maybe she was paint buying. Maybe she in Dolly wells. We're buying because it was they have money and the kids don't have that That would would be be. deal for them to put in the movie, right? Like, we should get them to buy strength. You do PICO elves zander's real name. I do..
"john kirkman" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"No ladies and gentlemen bus governing miller show one i feel like only a ring girl legs ding ding ding around was well he wants party started right you want this party started quickly john kirkman is here on moeller monday i everybody what y'all scum all such sad news about manafort isn't it he's such a great guy y'all ready for this and so ready van ratborne ready all right that's i'm here today had laid that when he was walking into the rent had i am not find in a party music this morning when it moved to blow stick what's gonna happen when he gets per blocked president deep in we he has already told us the you don't need to watch a people's heads when you put him in the squad cars to oh sorry you okay i'll be in the streets i know i'm i'm sad that manafort didn't do apart brock i was ready my playoff yeah i got to build five am yes not aarp is my body clock woke it's two things when i have to get on a flight and when someone gets invited my body naturally weakness slick it's like nature's map my phone deigned at four fifty five am with a cnn alert about it and i was like i never go it's very important where right on top of them heart of mueller's team i don't know if you know all i do know that you're young very intrical integral to these cases yeah so i don't i've been sleeping law what a person booking visit with it to have you here it useful precedent i did oh my god member i was just saying this owed one national security expert this was wednesday last week predicted the does something is going to drop with muller before thanksgiving and people were like wa no but i will see what are malcolm dances but the woodchip or of justice ladies and gentleman has been turned up to eleven i think that there's more i mean they said flynn is next but i don't know i mean like today uh tomorrow i'm he had lived my whole day tick toungui diet when hours indictment bingo we knew me we we have more to humour hours over the shop for i thought there was like an indictment window i had no vote well yeah it's all about me yeah oh in high of before thanksgiving what a wonderful gift for pie.
"john kirkman" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Tree how how they think they're confiding it to mean like the word that were literally saying russians were in america like the way that trump would make these speeches i don't see you guys vote of energy devoted incidentally the following me in and you know it and this gets his new russians at his rallies fish how do you say tree in russian i only know how to say dad devilish by all right helen you are a little upset yes hi laura i also know how to say uh if he dies he dies out from robin for as we all know the other throttle forearm i've i've ever heard on he days if he is indicted is dated that's named it after siberia to get offering a mountain all right geno i'm looking at the word for treason and russian oh yeah you have that i saw on mm well i already tapachula jan i know you have to go white how dare he needs with dr appointment went on indictment day on muller monday i thought well i say it's a doctor's appointment but again you know i'm getting a daytoday all right but if you said can i pleased to stay most of the hour atmosphere are they tend to be fine we have to break then so you have to go with this is a very sal this is my go before the break uh this is years this is your goma as this has been so amazing this is you know this has been i ca i was so excited was not enough i was like i was going to be now i haven't i come back another either be more indictment yes okay audrey guys and i won't have an appointment that yeah well we see every day because this is uh i'll just as davila glued the chocolate factory jen we'll have to have like a commissioner gordon gin get over here i'm so excitable thank you guys for let me refer you to fill your all great women and and i think they have being ready for this event at all yeah god's appears yes yes yes yes and we follow me on twitter at john kirkman i'm guessing yeah hey come see me this this week i'll be in north carolina atlanta in nashville she's been live at our should march a funny look at our great underlining out indictments that my.
"john kirkman" Discussed on WCPT 820
"He wants party started right you want this party started quickly john kirkman is here on muller monday i everybody what y'all scum such sad news about manafort isn't it he's such a great guy y'all ready for this and so ready fan rat gordon ready all right did they had played that when he was walking into the rent not finding a party music this morning we need to blow sticks happen when he gets per bob president de team we he is you don't need to watch a people's heads when you put him in the squad car sales fell two oh sorry you okay i'll be in the streets i know i'm i'm sad that manafort didn't do apart brock i was ready my primer off yeah i got failed i am yes not aarp is my body clock woke up two things when i have to bid on a flight and when someone gets indicted my body naturally exists it's like nature's but now my phone deigned at four fifty five am learned about it and i was like i never go as very important where right on top of the mrta mueller's team i don't know if you know all i didn't know that very intrical integral to these cases yeah so i don't i've been sleeping law what a person booking this with it to have you here in houston for prashant i did i'm like i remember i was just saying this so one national security expert this was wednesday last week predicted that something is going to drop with muller before thanksgiving and people are like wow god no but i we'll see what are malcolm dances but now the would took her of justice ladies and gentleman is been turned up to eleven i think that there's more i mean they said flynn is next but i don't know what i mean like today uh tomorrow i'm hands on my whole day ticktock wee.
"john kirkman" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"I i see john kirkman on broadway on a phone and kinda like looking up in like docking into a start like crossed right in front i had a meeting i was late for couldn't linee address look nam lose not thinking of anything i think we had done a show together or something i knew that you were riding in new york or something like that so i text dog and i go i just saw jiang kirkman run into a starbucks on broadway and doug just rightback's that's new york baby text that like doug is like okay i thought it was so radical mike allows you observed i grabbed by but to bring alerts that you here again that set aside this whole thing then later on that night i end up at a party because edgar right was on dog show with us so than invited duggan ida his new york premiere of baby driver after party and then dog and i get to this party and jen kirkman as there and i didn't gas did at go right to decide and they asked me i wasn't cry like three any throughout you drops on sorry it's nothing then we we madden hung out of the roof there was a joint oh it does happen by black people them yet later in the city of like louise all bit it's like gods running out of extras as at his bid on an i got an ally in the in the movie that is your life lives while an extra seat ashley ashley i uh that guy auction thought at a great idea that's uh uh but here's are the show were shower too that we have great fans of who listen to show people townies who go out and find amazing story us that are great one harrowing razi and that said the redan we have not heard them aromatherapy jan we've not first iranian a immi in early read them.