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"john souza" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

07:44 min | 7 months ago

"john souza" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

"Christie lee at the news desk. We missed anything else. Being gary driver in taxes has been cited for using the carpool lane with a skeleton in his passenger seat. Put clothes on it. According to authorities in harris county the deputies had a feeling in their bones that something wasn't right than they spotted. Yeah the vehicle in the high occupancy vehicle lanes votto shared on. Facebook showed a baseball cap wearing skeleton. Early buckled into the car's passenger seat deputies issued the driver a bona fide citation swertz close to flockhart and following a sternum lecture bone bone voyage over there. Writers i do. I do like bone voyage thirties to be some sort journalistic committee. That limits. the amount of puns. You're able to do on facebook and it's a little fun time and this is Like you said it's. I'm look at a picture of it. It's a skeleton with a hat on. This guy was not going to get away with this really. Would've if he hadn't driven by. Maybe put some clothes on. Yeah have to cover okay. Skull to his skull. What's the funniest baseball team to put on a hat of a skeleton of the angels the pirates. Yeah yeah that'd be very good the guardians. No oh here. We go finds a way. Doesn't it gets a seattle. Business is now offering weddings inside a shipping container. Doing everything shipping container. They are bringing people in illegally locking a happy extravagance. Big shipping rush rush people. You can look you. Don't like the facts stack them. Just right twelve russian women. Tv news reports that shotgun ceremonies as america's only shipping container wedding dj. There's a tv station k. i. n. g. yes seattle. Seattle great cain. Tv they're the best news coming up. Do they have a mascot. I don't know. I don't live in seattle nepi greg king news. Here's the news court jester. it'd be great located at the georgetown trailer park mall. The shipping container painted pink on the inside features he collected retro inspired decor. The container fits to two chairs for any guests in attendance owner bronwyn. Stevenson said couples can get married for three hundred and fifty dollars though getting married by an elvis impersonator. Goss jill little more elvis impersonator. By the way is the is a guy by the name of shane. Coburn oh good no. I didn't say that it's shane cobaine. Who stevenson is related to kurt. Cobain did not specify how yeah. She's talking about shotgun wedding well. Well by the way shane. Cobaine is a longtime traffic reporter on local radio. And just in case you are interested. Pets are allowed at this wedding sir. Yes it's exquisitely tacky. Oh yeah well. It's fun it would be fun. It is pink on the inside. I'm looking at it It's a good excuse not to have a lot of people. You're they're all pink on the inside. Look wow it is little. I'm glad pets are a lot of these ceremony christie. Have you ever been a wedding where there was an animal. My first wedding. Both of my dogs were involved Yes we walked down the aisle with them and then held the somebody else took them. We what pack. Who said that. The dogs were the bright smith. Were gorgeous. You stop it gorgeous. The way they look he just meant that they would like peanut. Butter would stop here. We go very funny Now have we missed anything in the news at all. Police are investigating a report of shooting after an unidentified man received treatment saturday at passover area hospital and illinois cass county. Sheriff dev ron o'hearn said the man told police he and family members were trying out bulletproof vests when he allowed another person to shoot out. Doesn't do that said and i quote something like this is definitely not a good idea of research. We don't know how much about what happened because he wasn't saying but a bulletproof vest is not a catch all. Hope you say there's boy member. The was the video of the guy took a phone book. Yes you said you can shoot a bullet through this up. i'll be protected. He wasn't was he wasn't protect. No no yeah i. I think there's would be wasted. And i think technically called bullet resistant. Yeah i view and it hurts. apparently you feel it. I don't wanna know ever break. It'll break your ribs and couldn't you test that on. Uh some kind of a dummy mashed potato dummy. Or it'd be a little less a pallet cleanser okay. We haven't heard from ace to you. Know what we were about to not trailer for the new invisible man. Movie terrorizes the hospital. Won't go the icu. Well worth well delivered. I did not see that coming. The i c. I get it Is it time for today in history. I could be my story. Never stopped at the most is when we discover it together. And here's okay. This'll be a quiz for you. Kristie eighteen eighty. This man became the director of the united states. Marine corps band. Oh my god have you hand. Francis scott key John souza john philip. 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"john souza" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

08:05 min | 11 months ago

"john souza" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The first to comment on it and do little bragging. My father was the music editor on that film, uh, got to be good friends with Neil Diamond. And even though I was living in Sacramento at the time, I happened to be down in Los Angeles late 79 early 80 and I was in the Pantages Theater when they filled this scene. And that's that's from the Jazz singer soundtrack. Yes, the jazz jazzy with Neil Diamond released 1980. I believe maybe 81 but probably 80. Frankly, it is. A fair to Midland picture. Um, it was basically a vehicle for Neil Diamond. The same Uh, but this particular song coming to America. As you as we just heard, they say every time that flag's unfurled, they're coming to America, talking about immigrants, legal immigrants. And what we did not hear right After that they drift into my country tis of thee sweet land of liberty of thee. I sing of thee I sing and then Diamond takes over again singing It was remarkable in the in the pant Agius when they were filming, which was, of course, filled with extras in the seats. This scene, I believe is very much toward the end of it. His father played by Laurence Olivier. By the way, Well, Jewish can't board. Um it is in the audience, and it's wonderful. Libya is later Performances anyway. What was remarkable to me decides the beauty of the of the music after it was put together was the involvement of the extras who weren't supposed to be involved. Who several times started chain along and had to be told. No, You can't do that, Uh, because it was a very, very moving experience and diamond himself. Although I don't think he was open about it. Diamond himself was was a fairly conservative republic. Wow. And and that's one reason my dad got along with him at the at the moment of the 19 eighties, so under under his lapels, my dad more Reagan for president Button. That must have been rare well, showing to show it only dude selected people out of the MGM. Uh, although interesting sidebar is that while the talent movie talent in front of the camera Tend to be absolutely We're brain had liberals that now back then they weren't Back then. The talent was Ronald Reagan. George Murphy, John Wayne. Jimmy Stewart, Uh, those people were number one. They all served in the armed forces and they were all very great. Patriots. Uh, but that being said the talent behind the camera. The technicians were working people, And while they may have been registered Democrats, they were very strong Conservatives. And the the In fact the union My father belong to the I 80 S C. I got C Which is the National Union for movie technicians. My dad was on the board of directors of the MGM unit of that, and in 1964, the MGM IRC was the only I ought to unit in the country to endorse spirit, Goldwater. The president, and they got a great deal. Agree for that. But nobody really cares anyway. The the I would encourage folks if they haven't, uh, seeing the diamonds, jazz singer to at least YouTube this particular song. It's called. They're coming to America and it will. I guarantee you will be moved. You will be moved and it is not a certain song. But it's a great song. Uh, nonetheless. And so going back to choose to John Souza and here to our listeners, this is the ultimate trivia. Question that nobody. I guarantee you, nobody will get right and that involves the instrument that your great grandfather actually learned on and played John So his father, Antonio Sousa, who actually was a trombonist in the Marine band and played at the Lincoln's Gettysburg address, Uh, Started. Sousa had a very early age with music lessons and the music lessons included and and were predominantly learning the violin. And that became citizens instrument for the rest of his life. He could play anything. You can pick up but Trump that he could play a sousaphone. He could play a trombone. He played French horn clarinet, piccolo, but but the violin was his instrument. And when he left the Marines, uh, in his early twenties, he went to Philadelphia. And played in the pits. Um, played the violin in the pits for, uh, plays and and then and started writing. Music marches because that was his love by the way built on Diamond song. I don't remember when it was but whenever the We held the last Olympics here in the United States. The Olympic Committee was looking for a things on and I I wrote them, emailed them to everything humanly possible to get them to select that song. Um as the thing for the Olympics, Certainly United States would have been great. It would have been so appropriate. So appropriate. But, um, being the liberal organization that they are, you know, Um no, no such luck Jump. Yeah. Uh, Bill you mentioned George Murphy. I wanted to look at some movies. Some old movies this July 4th holiday and I stumbled across a Van Johnson movie called Battleground. Which was a black and white film of 1949 and George Murphy plays an enlisted man in the 101st airborne. With the encircled troops of bass tone. And, interestingly, in the movie they call him pops. So like in 1949, he was already acting as if he was an older guy. You know, he got elected to the Senate 1964 15 years later. And another interesting thing is that you tell me, Bill, but I believe Murphy, uh, particularly from the Tom Lehrer Song was known as a song and dance man. But in battleground he has this pronounced limp throughout the entire show, so he doesn't look like he's too danceable. You met George Graffiti several times, didn't you, Bill? That obviously was an artifice for the movie because Murphy was one of MGM serve premiere dance guys, although as anecdote back in the day, the thirties and forties. Any start. Every star that has to any studio hired, including Clark Gable, and including any of them had to be able to tap dance at least a little or they weren't hired. Uh and that's why you see some of these bizarre because, uh, snippet, but Murphy was a very talented Song and dance Man, and in fact that it is, um, the movie big broadcast of 1940, which was one of my father's first movies. Murphy is like the lead start in that with Fred Astaire. And older Powell and movie could dance. Keep up with 20 steroid Eleanor Powell. So that was pretty that was pretty cagey. That was pretty talented, uh, folks that he was able able to dance with..

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"john souza" Discussed on Yakshi Yash Podcast | Teri Dosti

Yakshi Yash Podcast | Teri Dosti

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"john souza" Discussed on Yakshi Yash Podcast | Teri Dosti

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"john souza" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"john souza" Discussed on What'sHerName

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"john souza" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Golly thank you so much for having me on, so tell me something good. Wow. I know. Well, I'm pretty sure lawyer. Your listeners heard that we had our service like stolen on on flag day. You know who would ever think Fort Collins, Colorado. This would happen but I don't think anything malicious. I mean we had fourteen American flags out there, too. So I think somebody just saw the service bikes it. HOW COOL I want! Those and they took him. The downside is you know we're nonprofit? And every time something like this happens, it sets us back a bit. Now want to turn the money, but now we have to look at installing permanent flagpoles for a service flag so trump rinus well anywhere between twenty five and thirty thousand dollars. There, so it's not expensive. Really don't need this time. We have many projects that we're trying to take care of at the plaza and. Fundraising this year is just incredibly slow with the crow. Virus going on sure. Now for those that sadly have not been to Veterans Plaza because it's. Just, it's so wonderful. It's just inspirational and uplifting as it honors You know our servicemembers. Where were these flags positioned? That's the first question the second question. Do you have security at veterans? Plaza in terms of I don't know security cameras. Out. The flags are located of well I. Guess I better start with this. That's been sponsor is located Spring Canyon. Community Park and that's a people WANNA get there. The go west on tooth road till it dead ends that inside colder sack, and then on your right Spring Canyon Community Park which is ninety acres, a beautiful park, and as you enter the park on your life, you'll see the veterans. Plaza in what we love we will do is I will affect our American flags along the sidewalk the plaza, so they're visible from the parking. Lot is in the service flags. We're at the entrance. And Golly I'd do. You just wouldn't expect people to walk up. Be That bold. Walk on, but something like that I. Guess The the upside to it is whether it's six branches of service. ow With space for it's coming on board. I will only have five flags up, so that's one less after place. So If people in Basel. We'll have the flags up over the fourth of July weekend in occasionally. We have cameras out there because we had some. young adults vandalizing our our monitor's avert the plaza, so we had a camera on that for a while, and we took it down because they. They just quit doing what they were doing and shenanigans were going on. Yeah. Sometimes it goes from skateboarders tearing up concrete, but that's pretty much stopped. The vandalism on the miners stop, but now we have flagstone so over this. Week and we will have security out there, and that's a real shame, because that's all manpower that could be doing other things. diggs-brown. Founder of Veterans Plaza Veterans. Plaza by the way opened in two thousand eleven to honor current and past members of the military. With ties to Northern Colorado, Veterans Plaza, North Colorado located at Spring, Canyon. Community Park but you know once again as we look for the upside the silver lining in any situation. The community really rallied to the cause, didn't they? All. They did we we received. Donations have three thousand dollars worth of donations we had. The flag was donated to us from Saint Louis Upholstery. We had an insurance agent here in Fort Collins John Souza did a she didn't Claes competition. Help US raise money so. We've covered the cost of the flags, but like I said now it's a matter of building permanent flag in placements in. That's just an expensive. We really didn't want to want to have at this point time. But now it's not a priority, but it's going to happen now. Yeah, those digital monitors that display the names are indeed a priority, right? Yes. They are, and they're. They're both worn out and he'd be replaced those things. About seventy five hundred dollars a piece which. Whom you look at when we first started the house in two thousand eleven, they were twenty four thousand dollars fee, so the costs are coming down. Thank goodness. It's always something. The the plaza itself was was built off of donations about a million dollars. Worth of donations build this thing and. And we keep improving. Keep adding to it. We have a board of Directors were nonprofit. Nobody takes a salary. Every penny goes back into the plaza to prove it and make the experience better for the visitor. In for the the people who want more information on it, they can go to our website, which is Veterans Plaza Noko Dot Org or on facebook to. Plaza Northern Colorado. Well, it's good to hear that this story because I was flabbergasted when I read the, it's like you said the audacity, the cheesiness particularly I mean to steal those military flags to begin with, but to steal them on flag, day just absolutely reprehensible but so good to hear that the community is once again rallying to the support of just such. Such, a wonderful wonderful tribute to current and past members of the military with ties to northern Colorado. diggs-brown is founder of Veterans Plaza of Northern Colorado looking forward to the fourth of July there. You Know I. Remember the dedication in two thousand eleven because I had the pleasure and distinct honor of being there, and it's only grown and suddenly gotten better right. Parts. It's a thankless experiencing. We're both and we're and service in the nation, the veterans who provide that service, but we also have an educational component where we have speakers who can go to schools or corporations, rather nonprofits and speak on selfless service to the nation in the community and so we've got many different aspects of of what we provide to the community and it. It takes a community to sport this kind of upper also, it's just something that. My committee cannot just sit here and keep running swing by ourselves. We have all here's out that hell. And who donate, and it's all part of the experience it. It makes it so much better for everyone who comes out in the plaza. Is Beautiful. If I do, say so myself. And just have people come out? We have for instance a group of Vietnam. Veterans who come out on Wednesday have their lunch together out there before they all go off to their group therapy session, and we have other groups that come out and just enjoy the plaza and taking. The the appreciation of of everything that our action have done for this nation in this community. Numbering honoring with civility and respect. That's what it's all. Things were hung author and Servicemember himself with the ear Green Beret. Right with Colorado National Guard. Well Yeah I did thirty four years so I was active duty reserve in the guard when I moved to Colorado. And Thirty four years I do it all again. If I went so beat up. And they. Man. Come on now state of mind. diggs-brown, Brown founder of Veterans Plaza of Northern, Colorado and Spring Canyon Community Park so glad to hear that this story has a good positive ending and again if we want to get engaged and involved with Veterans Plaza that website. Veterans Plaza. No Co.. Dot Org. And also on face the facebook Veterans Plaza Northern Colorado and that we've put out a lot information on facebook, so people are interested in like. See what we're doing. I would suggest going there and if you'd like beyond our monthly newsletter, just send us an email and we will get you onto distribution list. Expound once again. Good to catch up with you, my friend. Thank you much hemion and thanks for all you do support our veteran community..

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"john souza" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on What'sHerName

"Rope was so important. That one of the guys is who went on the Lewis and Clark expedition. He kept a diary in one of the line. They'll never forget that. I read what this expedition was held together are by rope and that just that really got me because I thought Mary. You made history lady That's awesome she. Also if people have heard of Commodore Perry now the the war in Lake Erie in eighteen thirteen the British Royal Navy starts impinging on American territory and has taken Detroit O. Aw outrageous the British seize control of Lake Erie and there's this major battle and Commodore Perry came to marry Irwin and said I would like you to please outfit my navy for this upcoming battle and she agreed and they did a rush job for all of his rope for are all of these ships. Madore Peiris warships set off for Lake Erie and defeat the British. Louis Detroit's push back to Canada. This chapter of American history that I never heard about yes. Mary Irwin's rope saving the day. It also outfitted the New Orleans thousands. which was the first steamboat? Travel from Pittsburgh all the way to New Orleans by this brand and new idea that you could bring things up the Mississippi River. Yeah that no one had really done this. Before this was a pleasure cruise. I would soon become exactly what she predicted. That all of this trade is coming up and down these rivers and Pittsburgh the center and of course Pittsburgh does become the center of manufacturing innovation the Industrial Revolution. When all of these started to happen? You have Andrew Carnegie Big Deal Industry Henry Heinz Heinz Ketchup but fun fact. Henry Heinz US first company was bottling. His mother pushed radic. Oh that was less successful than catch up so he moved on. But we know these men's needs these hijackers of industry history in Pittsburgh. Yeah and none of us have heard of Mary Irwin And yet her impact on the city her impact on the economy in this. It's it's every bit as big as there's We're not heard of her. Because she didn't become a evil megalomaniac and crush all her competition and and make millions and millions of dollars and then feel guilty in the end and donate it to try to help humanity. She did well she didn't. I guess. Become an evil megalomaniac but it it was a big philanthropic worse in the city. was she like a millionaire. She she she had halted her family into the one percent. Percents they were all are one of the premier families of Pittsburgh and by the time we hit Gilded Age America. They are among the elite. They are marrying the Perry's in the Carnegie's and the Heinz's they are. Oh my God in exactly the same straddle of society as these these men and yet we've never heard of her that kind of frost my chops that we have all these women in such as Pittsburgh. It's everywhere we don't know. So it's our job to uncover uncover and it's not just us. Her family did not know her story where they think the money came came from. They know all about John Irwin. His vast rope making empire and his foresight in noticing the importance portent Blitzburgh as the site of all of these rivers than starting a rope walk and manufacturing Roman creating this empire. John Irwin and Mary Irwin Win. Son Get all the credit for this even within the family and they do not even know her name off off. Did this research and brought it to the failures of what she did. Look I had no idea why. Why is it still earns every time? Yeah so I thought well at least if nothing else family hopefully with the tail here. I'm going to put her in my American history class next semester. So so this is something that I have. Only recently realized is unusual. Maybe in our family we grew up with mother who deeply prizes family history genealogy. Jenny urology this information. So what are these stories from our ancestors that you remember that. We learned growing up Sarah Elizabeth conover could dance the teacup on her head. Feisty Fanny Gibbs put on her husband's uniform and dressed like a ghost Aunt Bertha ran brothel. I ran the best. All of our stories are are women can tell you the names of our male ancestors. Yeah no stories about and I think I just assumed that that's how these kind of things usually go that that it is women who are doing howling and so we really stories that are getting passed on and because I follow a lot of professional twitter somehow. Okay I'm realizing more. And more than that is really unusual. joie genealogy like history follows male lions. They are people know they're male ancestor stories and the women are disappeared. Now uh I'm so grateful but that's not true and I started wondering this morning if rowing up understanding understanding that women's stories matter baby that prime does for creating this podcast we come at it with this perspective. That of course The stories of women from history are as those are the ones we know from our history we know the details of their lives that bring them alive and how important it was to keep those alive in oral history because those stories aren't written down by the man doing the official record keeping being bright. Yeah so you have to look for the subtlest of clues like the original business being called and wife that those kinds of clues news can speak volumes because they didn't write down the volumes. Now it's people like Gloria. That are doing this work on local levels. Finding these women men who series have been literally buried And bringing them back out and saying. Hey wait we should be talking about her as much as we're talking about carnegie she this city as much as high instead and unfortunately that same pattern of erasure and minimization continues in her grave She's buried in fact very near my home in allegheny cemetery and and I wanted to see her grave so I went there last December a year ago and I could not find it. I found the Irwin. Whatever real estate big interesting and I thought John has a big slab in all these other or would in a new? Mary's was in the ground. I couldn't find it so they went to the historical sites. Can you help me find this grave. They eventually did find it and she does have a marker. Don't tell me it says wife it doesn't say why it's the size of a brick and it says Mary. Wow that's it Mary tool. Yeah well that does it so to make this right or as a tiny step toward by team at this March there will be an event at the cemetery Tehri. I'm doing a very low key. Nonreligious event to just remember Mary and recognize her in her contribution to this city. Then give little pieces of rope for people to tie on their fingers to remember Mary because when I was that's what we used to do during her finger recognizing her legacy that task too and bringing attention to her story. So anybody in the Pittsburgh area in March. We'll have a link to this on our website. You absolutely should go is open to the public free event and I hope eventually that her family will recognize that she deserves much more than a brick that says Mary give I statue in the center of town statue someone. Someone should create a work of art. Israel rope yes in Mary's honor. What's it called Maccarone off Mary? Yeah Rope artists listening. Please create create a macro. May Mary please. And macro main picture and keep her legacy alive. You know as rope bound together the Lewis and Clark expedition. Pattison Irwin Round Pittsburgh together. Yes and America America huge. Thanks thanks to Gloria for Roosen if you'd like to learn more about Mary. Patterson Irwin or find more details about the memorial ceremony happening next March. visit our website at what's her name. PODCASTS DOT COM. We have have links to all of the information that you need there. You can also follow us on instagram twitter and facebook where we post lots of photos each week. Music for this Episode Code was provided by Katy Davis Henderson. Killarney Andy Reiner and John Souza and half Pelican. We're always so grateful for our generous musical partners. Find more about their work at our website. Our theme song was composed and performed by Daniel Foster Smith. Our intern Isabel Martinez. What's her name is produced by Olivia? Michael and Katie Nelson and this episode was edited by. Olivia mickle.

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"john souza" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:12 min | 3 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Play that a lot because we really enjoy that the. Oh boy. The amount of coverage on cable news, for that, as opposed to what's going on, in China, is no comparison, but that's just the way the world will that be Trump's mister Gorbachev tear down. This wall is great. Quote, his Abe Lincoln's house divided against a self cannot stand. We have nothing to fear, but fear itself. Joe Biden is a dummy, Joe Biden is. Dummy, dummy, go Biden is a dummy, Joe Biden is a dummy dummy dummy protesters in the street. In Hong Kong. Trying to save their a Tommy from China. Good luck with that. It ain't gonna happen a matter of time. The British signed your death warrant when they were pressured by the Carter administration as I recall to end the evil colonialism of the western world trying to own the eastern world. They signed the death warrant of liberty by returning Hong Kong to the Chinese way to go way to do the right thing. And so as we mentioned, Hong Kong is all their bookstores have been closed over the years by mainland China, you can't get any information out in Hong Kong, very easily. What you're saying. The bookstore owner said they had tax problems. We're talking. They disappeared a little bit. What are you gonna just disappears about it or we don't know where he is somewhere in a standalone building? The building, would be declared a non inhabitable bulldozed. Right. That sort of thing you do when you're a China. Yeah. Well, at least the Brits in their common law in their rights are out of there. Finally, they're protesting in the streets today, and the very Porter's layer, live from various news outlets showing police fired tear gas and lining up with clubs and the usual thing. You see. You know, I want to get into the agreement with Mexico thing. The thanks for that change from a different part of the country from the over by China, to Mexico with that musical background. Now, see we've moved over here. I was just going to say, why don't we do that next segment because we have a little time in the next segment, but I will tell you this, and this is. I'm going to Washington DC now. Okay. So what do you have for me? I don't know. Oh, the national anthem. John Souza, by the way, something I meant to get this clip and played for because I thought it was so good. Did have you seen up in Toronto during the NBA finals, the Canadian singing their national anthem? No. Awesome. So the celebrity that they get to, to sing their national anthem seems like the first five words and then holds out the Mike and the crowd sings all of the rest. Nice standing up bellowing their national anthem. Can't even get their lot of people, the United States at won't even stand for an ashes. Listen, which is the same as white nationalism. I keep reading, and that's the alright, which is the same as the clan. So singing your anthems, the same as being in the clan, according to lefty media. I thought that was really cool that they've got that level of cohesion about their national anthem that they're all standing up bellowing loudly. And looking really happy about it right for you. Can't really cool. Part of it is, it's a single song. Ours is the words are difficult to remember. See that's very more single thankful anthem. Yeah. Oh, it's a catchy to. Thank you. Get somebody who can come up with the catchy hooks and stuff like that when you're pop sensations are Anna 'Grande, or somebody like Justin Timberlake. Yeah, Justin Timberlake, Iran. We all sing maybe it would help a little bit. Very cool. That's nice. Oh, there he is. Who is that chap saying, like five words? Singing. Auto. Dinosaurs. You could not get in a lot of places in the United let it play. So I heard the Canadian national twist washing. Yeah. Did not look like he sounded. Makes you wanna mount mob on a moose in Andhra ride off to battle against who. It's not clear. I assume they ride moves into battle. That'd be terrifying. Sounds like something like game of thrones. He doesn't. Can you imagine cavalry mounted on moose like twenty five hundred guys on moose back? Right. It fill your trousers. I've been in the United States. My whole life was born here, raised here cetera et cetera. I got the, the, the view of someone from the United States point of you abandoned us on nine eleven but. Never forget born in the time that I was born in that view of America. It feels like to be in a country where the only reason you're not overrun by evil. Hordes is some other country protects you. I mean, which is true. Yeah. Canada gets to be Canada, because the United States is next door to it. Yeah. At this point, I'm not sure who would invade Canada. But, you know. Invade. Lots of countries if the United States wasn't here to lead the way to make sure that, that doesn't China, actually China, probably would find a way to invest heavily in the ports, the west coast ports of Canada. And then when the debts came to China would take over the management of those ports and establish a defacto zone of control, and it would grow from there. It'd be more subtle. I think than sending up the, the, the, the panda mounted infantry China to ride against the moose writing brave Canadians. Now the rest of the show. I'm just theory crafting, who would win that fight on pandas. Well, keep in mind that the Australians would come to Canada's age at their aid rather. We all know what they'd be riding kangaroo. Right. And you know you'd have the moose ride Natscha and, you know the being happy. It's never grow up never grow up. So you'd have. They gotta be the flankers, right? They know here's how it works. So you're writing Adam with the moose and they're just terrified. And then all of a sudden, you think the Moose's bad, the flank of Australian infantry guys would leap over the heads of the moose on their kangaroos and place. You drop your, your spears and run guns off the bags of the, the moose like some sort of launching pad even better, right. Anyway, where where we anyway. When we come back, you're going to tell us about Mexico. Well, yeah. And the president his secret agreement with the Mexicans doesn't exist, according them, NBC, and CNN. He actually took out of his pocket and waved and because there was enough sunshine it shown through the paper and the Washington Post was able to magnify it enhance it and read part of it. Yes, we know part of the secret agreement while I want to hear that next on the Armstrong and Getty show..

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"john souza" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"This wall is great, quote his Abe Lincoln's house divided against the self cannot stand. We have nothing to fear, but fear itself. Joe Biden is a dummy, Joe Biden is Joe Biden is a dummy dummy, go Biden is a dummy, Joe Biden is a dummy, dummy iovine is a dummy protesters in the street in Hong Kong trying to save their autonomy from China. Good luck with that. It ain't gonna happen. A matter of time. The British signed your death warrant when they were pressured by the Carter administration as I recall to end and the. Evil colonialism of the western world trying to own the eastern world. They signed the death warrant of liberty by returning Hong Kong to the Chinese way to go way to do the right thing. And so as we've mentioned, Hong Kong is all their bookstores have been closed over the years by mainland China, you can't get any information out in Hong Kong, very easily. That sounds kind of judicial what you're saying. The bookstore owner said they had tax problems. Yeah, we're talking disappeared a little bit. What are you going to just disappear? Forget about it or we don't know where he is somewhere or if you're in a standalone building building, would be declared a non inhabitable bulldozed. Right. That sort of thing you do when you're a China, we'll at least the Brits in their common law in their rights are out of there, finally, and they're protesting in the streets today, and the very Porter's layer, live from various news outlets showing police fired tear gas and lining up with clubs and the usual thing you see if so if that's going to go, you know, I want to get into the agreement with Mexico thing. The thanks for that one. So I changed from different parts of the country from the over by China to Mexico with that musical background now. See we've moved over here. I was just going to say, why don't we do that next segment because we have a little time in the next segment, but I will tell you this. And this is this is not. Nom, going to Washington DC now. Okay. So what do you have for me? I don't know. From you. Oh, the national anthem or John Souza. By the way, something I meant to get this clip and play for you, because I thought it was so good. Did have you seen up in Toronto during the NBA finals, the Canadian singing their national anthem? No kin awesome. Really how so the celebrity that they get the to, to sing their national anthems things like the first five words and then hold out the Mike and the crowd sings all of the rest. Nice standing up bellowing their national anthem. You can't even get there. Lot of people in the United States at won't even stand for national. Listen, which is the same as white nationalism. I keep reading, and that's the alright, which is the same as the clan. So singing your anthems, the same as being in the clan, according to lefty media. I thought that was really cool that they've got that level of cohesion about their national anthem that they're all standing up bellowing loudly. And looking really happy about it right for you. Can't was really cool. Part of it is, it's a single song, and ours is the words are difficult to remember. You'll see that's very more single thankful anthem. Yeah. It's, it's a catchy to thank you. Get somebody who can come up with the catchy hooks and stuff like that when you're pop sensations are Anna grenade or somebody like Justin Timberlake. Yeah, Justin Timberlake, Iran, and we can all sing. Maybe it would help a little bit. But he was very cool. That's nice. Oh, there he is. Who that chap saying, like five words? Trump. Drink. You could get in a lot of places in the United play. I heard the Canadian national total washing. Yeah. Again..

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"john souza" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on KGO 810

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"john souza" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"john souza" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"john souza" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

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"john souza" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"john souza" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"john souza" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Six four victory reds over the pirates eleven to six Derek Dietrich Cincinnati hit three months. Andro in six in the victory. That's news until NATO in Kansas tornado. Bashing its way through towns, like Lynnwood near Kansas City, Shannon O'Brien of Fox TV affiliate. W. D A F is their roofs ripped off of homes and buildings totally destroyed by the tornado, that cut a wide swath app from Lynnwood Kansas, from the Lawrence area that tornado was on the ground for more than an hour and had a very wide footprint. The national weather service says expect more tornadoes in the plains and midwest Wednesday in Oklahoma and Arkansas danger comes from flooding is the Arkansas river continues to rise. Fox's rate, bogans enforcement a severe thunderstorm just came through this area. They were brief moments of hail very strong winds and the lightning thunder are still going the rivers already at major flood stage and isn't expected to drop until at least next week. This is Fox News. Bucks, teen weather update and thirteen year old gist Elizabeth, Warren. We'll see if you isolated showers around this evening overnight lows will be in the seventies tomorrow, partly cloudy, highs near ninety also see a few more showers a few more storms rolling through Wednesday evening. Time out the rain chance on. Good morning, Memphis starting at four thirty six hundred w e c two point one FM. Dot com. Gene. Love. Into. Who? Some. Hoople with food. Trouble Bill limiting. To talk to George Noory. Call the wildcard line eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time. Caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free. From east of the Rockies, call eight hundred eight five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free, eight hundred six one eight eight to five to reach George via Skype Skype name, George nine seven three one three sin, Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five to one. This is coast to coast AM with George Nuri are free episode on beyond belief dot com. Of course, is John Souza talking, his real X files stuff. It's really cool..

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"john souza" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free, eight hundred six one eight eight five five to reach George via Skype Skype name, George nine seven three one three Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory, are free episode on beyond belief dot com. Of course, is John Souza talking, his real X files stuff. It's really cool. It's free. Go take a look beyond belief dot com beyond belief dot com. Stem cell technology continues to. Just change the way, people look, stem cells have been proven to work literal miracles on the human body. Dr Nathan Newman saw, there was a huge untapped market for the use of the stem cell technology as a non-prescription serum to be applied at home to those problem, areas of the face and neck, like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the is his product is called luminous here with luminous. We're not really trying to just moisturizer or cover this. We're going down using the language that the cells used to talk to one another, to get the cells to do our work for us to tell the cells not to break down collagen not to breakdown Alaska to build up the collagen to build up the lesson to bring you blood vessels to take away the inflammation, and that can only be done at a cellular level, cutting edge because medic surgery without the cutting.

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"john souza" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"john souza" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Looking for you. Security is looking for your March bum flap. We've been doing this show six years as Jim points out. We've never found on Plath. We don't know the March plants not wandering barefoot to the Himalayan mountains and people are mistaken for the yeti. We don't know that. Rendell. We don't know that as a bright now. But if we find anything, I will let you know, how are you Rendell blast brother? Thank you for asking yourself YoM. Good to. Thank you. Good. Good. Good. So I'm short and succinct as possible right about the big foot thing to researchers in the seventies. They recorded some sounds that today. Still quite there's there's labs. I can't even tell what they were basically what they are close. Sierra sounds. You might wanna check that out when you have when you have a chance and actually pretty bizarre the way they go from like high pitch to low pitch. So I mean, it's crazy growling and Sierra sound check it out. So. Personally, if big exist, but it doesn't doesn't because it's just an animal. But what a what doesn't treat me David Politis? He's an ex California CHP of twenty years started. He started studying this big cases cases until he said he was approached by some Park Rangers about people, vanishing. These cases what everybody should be learning about. Because they defy people are missing like Kim miles away, ten minutes, and these are like erupt terrain in national parks. So it wouldn't be like ten air miles away. It would be like, you know, mountaintops in rough terrain. And I mean that that the cases are totally bizarre. But the the reason they stick out is because they defy physics, bro. So like six books like missing foreign one. They're called. Man. I would I would definitely do show if you could with him all because you got a platform and people are vanishing according to him. He saying he's told by our own national parks that don't want to reveal information, man. I don't wanna scare people. They don't want people to know that people are vanishing. I know. This sounds crazy like a conspiracy theory, this is from HP himself into this last part to add on that there's an ex FBI agent. John Souza he's coming out now, and he's going to little further and saying what's happening is supernatural. If man can explain it. If somebody's found thirty miles away, especially little kids that can barely walk. Mhm if they come back with bizarre stories at physics. I mean, you know, there's there's something to bro. I would definitely look into those. Especially if you would do me a favor because I'm for anything on this show. When dill I like hearing all sides of everything if you would do me a favor because I believe my pen, just ran out of ink. And I'm sitting in the studio here, I try to you know, when people tell me things recommend things that I should listen to or watch or whatever list, I write it down. And then I will actually listen to it. So two things kennels gonna play some of the audio. You were just referring to look at the end of this. If we could if I could put you on hold and she can get the information again for me the gentlemen, you get on the show. I will do my best to do that. Is that fair enough, bro? You are awesome. And whatever I can do. I don't care if it's money. I mean, I'm not rich or anything, but whatever I can do please let me know because people have to know man, little kids. I mean, you're you're on people and it's still happening right now. Now, I appreciate that. Now in a quick nutshell. Ten seconds or less just one more time in the sounds of about to listen to do. Sierra sounds. Researchers in seventy recorded. I believe in the Nevada. Nevada mountains, you have to look that up not too interested in that. No offense. But just the sound be if you tell me that labs independent labs can't tell what it is. And if you listen to a pet, your wise, bro, you'll know for yourself that no man or animal can imitate this. We're gonna listen to a right now when Dell I'm gonna put you on hold. So I can get that information of the gentleman you spoke of and we'll do our best to make that happen. Fair enough. Thank you. Here we go Rendell..

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