16 Burst results for "Johny. Joe"

"johny. joe" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"Johny. Joe Look like you're a lady. Now look at me. Look at your Old Lady. Why are you fucking me like this? Why Ben Ami over in the middle of FBI headquarters twenty-six Federal Plaza Asia in front of all my co workers who? I vouched for you with an fucking me. Why Johnny you'll punk or what John? Joseph Miller accused killer killer and former Hells Angels Motorcycle Club member turned. FBI informant looked up at his FBI handler special agent Mark Young and in the low near growling ailing unfiltered to pack a day. Voice said I know punk. Then give me something I can use fuck sake. These were the words agent. A young spat back into Johnny's face. Young tapped his foot without rhythm or reason his coffee and camel. Filtered breath was Mercilus. The interrogation had been going on for days. Johnny was giving up everything he had on his. Hells angels as part of his immunity deal so every day for the past week. He sat in his tiny sweaty. What he coffee and cigarettes thinking office getting grilled by agents? Some were cool and most were not aging young was pretty fucking far from cool. As as a matter of fact he kept tapping his foot rapidly in his breath. Kept on stinking up the giant. All right all right. Johnny said Fucking Jagger Mick Sunny Tread. Rub Him out agent young stop tapping his foot and stared straight at Johnny. I'm listening it was out to Mont.. Want Man fucking out. Tomorrow and Jagger blamed the angels Meredith Hunter plus the stones never paid sunny and they never paid house legal fees either sunny can let that slide. Mix should've kept us. Big Shut. Sunny wanted him dead and bad agent. Young did his best to suppress these YASIM. He wanted to hear more but he he also wanted johnny to feel like yet earn it. He looked at Johnny. Yeah so the hells angels had decided they were going to murder Mick Jagger but it wasn't going to be easy mic was renting Andy Warhol's place out in the Hamptons out on Montauk. The plan was to make it look like an accident. Sort of home invasion gone wrong but were hall has compound security wired tight so the angels came up with what they thought was an Jeez plan. They'd avoid any gated or flat-footed security in front of Andy's oceanfront property by entering from the back from whereas backyard abutted the ocean. They're going to get by boat. Seek up onto the grounds break into the house. Charles Manson creepy crawly style. Fine mic passed out slits through The local hells angels task to carry out. The hit loaded up a small boat with assorted weaponry pistols automatic weapons knives explosives the even it at hand grenades it on the right night. They set off in their tiny little boat from the East River of all places. The plan was the slip out north past rikers island into the Long Island. Sound out to Montauk. They barely made it past rikers. No kidding me. Their water go very chubby and by the time they made it into the sound. A full on storm. Hit Nick a bad fast. The boat was a nineteen foot wailer with a weight capacity of twenty five hundred pounds. It was currently carrying a small arsenal of weapons. Five burly angels in their weight in Beer. The vessel was dubious shape in the best conditions. Never Mind in a full lawn storm with trump landsman captaining. Nothing on the boat had been fast. None of the angels had anybody experience. The storm picked up with intense speed. The conflicting currents swirled chop in the full-on waves. The angels held on tight with one hand. Each grouping there cans of Schlitz with their others Instead of navigating through the job at a cautious speed the angel at the helm gunned tried powering through the storm and the driving rain. Seventy mile per hour winds Hansi eventually eight ten twelve foot ways. Tiny boat inexperienced angels were. No match capsized Somehow they made it back to land safely in Jagir lived on of course after that. I'm not sure what happened. Miller continued I heard mic freaked leaked out when he heard about the attempt on his life and then he sent some heavies of his own down to the third story clubhouse to try and intimidate the angels. But that didn't work out too. Good for mixed guys. Then I heard something about MC fifty thousand of his dollars eventually making its way into club coffers though that I cannot verify one hundred percent of course you can't. What the fuck is this story? Time with Johnny. That's it that's all you got the angel. Tried to kill Mick Jagger but what got the leathers wet Lara Talk.

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"johny. joe" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

14:34 min | 1 year ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"She realized that he's been dying the hair for quite a while and it has thinned-out without the curse sell. I think this is going to be a good one. <hes> for change change so enjoy jo. I gotta get. I gotta get your presentation right. <hes> hi joe almost serenity oni this a lot more. Don't even close not more syllables than you think. You got to see right syringe. Tony johny joe cirincione is <hes> my guests they hear on the <hes> al franken podcast and joe is at ploughshares airs and <hes> as a plow shares from the world merica ploughshares. Just ploughshares fund yeah. It's we get the name from the <hes> the bible able they show beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks but now it's sort of in in the missiles we focused on nuclear impressive presents shares are being shaped in the missiles. That's right so we don't want to beat the missiles to stop building more them. That's exactly exactly right. What are the chances of that in my lifetime. <hes> very good really listeners. <hes> the joe is ninety years old which gives us all a little bit of hope. It's in the balance where to tipping point now. Reduction processes stopped act. All the nuclear armed countries building. More is a new nuclear arms race so this is to be determined depends what we do. Let me ask you so this missile that blew up. It looks like it blew up in russia right what they what they wanted. There was a nuclear powered missile. Yes okay explain that it's another words. It's not jet fuel. Ooh or whatever it's a nuclear engine might within the missile so even if you don't care anything about nuclear arms control or nuclear weapons. This is really interesting. This is a cruise missile so you basically have two kinds of missiles. Mostly p we talk about ballistic listing missiles. They go power. They go up in the atmosphere. They glide they come down pulled by greg k. I note that most people don't the how a missile works it goes up and it comes down and and what that means is. He's got al franken podcast. I'd say a forty percent know that at least i will take that at-bat but let's go on so that's ballistic missile this that means it's predictable predictable path so if you checked it you can plot it and maybe you can put some intercept intercepted and if there's how many how many missiles do they have a long list missiles along with several hundred have hundreds okay so we we'd have to sub all yeah almost all one hundred one city his this and missile command lose a couple of cities in it's okay. Hey it's it's hard so i i it's impossible to do right <hes> but the russians and we better not rely on and that's what star wars ours is going to be that was reagan's thing which was we were going to just have these anti ballistic missiles and intercept them all and we were going to protect america missiles the way a roof protects a family from rain. That's what ronald reagan said and we <hes> that's what he did. You know i always like to say that a wise man once said trust but verify and that man was quoting ronald reagan uh-huh reagan really believed you could do this. He was sold a bill of goods and a lot of americans actually think we have it. We have a defense offense that if somebody shoots a missile at us that we can shoot it down and that's because a lot of our generals tell us that a lot of our political leaders tell us that nonsense no won't happen <hes> chance of doing it on a miniscule. We're suppose you do think that the other side has a missile defense system that can choose down then what you want is a system that can't be shot down and that's the cruise missile because it goes under the defenses. It doesn't have a predicted trajectory. It can go and how far it's like an cruise missiles so that's why the nuclear engine a most cruise missiles pave hey kerry jet fuel and so they were now so they run out of jack thousand kilometers who so not very long range but at most at most more like a couple couple hundred most of them but what you can do what if you had a fuel that didn't run out what if you could put a nuclear reactor on the back of your cruise missile and that nuclear reactor would propel missile ford and here's how it does it. The heat of the reactor is immense. It's intense as hot as the sun and so it heats up the air and sends it out the back of the missile and propels it forward that means you could keep this cruise missile gone for very long distances or very long times weeks at a time it could go thousands of miles in other words you launch around the earth several times as long as you wanted it to but it could at at least go across the pacific atlantic oceans and now you have an intercontinental cruise missile which has never existed before and you have a system that have missile defense system cannot watch shoot down under any circumstance and they have control over it obvious they okay so in other words this is sending out a cruise missile that they have complete control over and they can have a go round orbit the earth several times and then and then decide hide <hes>. We haven't had cincinnati cincinnati. That's exactly right so we had decided back in the nineteen fifties. The people were working on what we called. Project pluto this was designed started in the nineteen fifties and continued through the nineteen sixties which was a very large missile missile but the size of a locomotive yet gigantic well this one that we're talking about the same size. It's how big is a nuclear engine. Well well this well so yeah i in when we were going to design it it would it would carry some bombs who have little bombs and it would fly over the target area russia and loiter around and could be dropping bombs move on to another city drop another bomb etc and this was going to be powered by a nuclear reactor and exactly the way i described heat heat the air put it through a ramjet propelled forward and if you were worried about something a crisis coming out the idea was you could send it over the oceans and it could loiter for a while so that was the idea never worked. We could never get it to work. I mean a big engine. This one this one. The russians have developed evidently works well for exploded eric elwood. They've had that part u._s. Intelligence report this is probably somewhere around its fourteenth test the longest test that we've been able to detect only lasted about two minutes so so it's not been very successful in this one exploded and one of the problems with this thing. Is that the reactor in order to fit on a missile. There's no shielding so there's no lead walls. There's no concrete so that means. This thing just spews radio-activity so for us. This became completely unacceptable because we would be flying over say europe with this cruise who's missile and it would radiate all the territory was flying over and we decided this was to unworkable to cruel too stupid even for us we cancel the project at sixty four too stupid even for us even just said yes even those nuclear nuts days when we were building all kinds of nuclear weapons on all kinds of platforms so here the russians come and they say okay we can do do this and they've been trying to do this and what appears to have happened. Is there is some fuel in the christmas order. You have to get it up to a certain speed in order for for the ramjet to work. You have to get it going flying very fast in order for the heated air to be able to go in and come out at the acceptable speed and apparently what happened was the chief rocket fuel blew up blew up. They nuclear reactor so you had radio-activity spewing into the atmosphere was flying. This was in owner clear. We don't know yet whether it was flying. Whether it was back on the barge it appears to have been on the ship really yes so it wasn't <hes> <hes> okay so excited to blow up just sitting on the hour. Well you know rockets blow up all the time and this is why you don't make nuclear rockets. They blow up all the time so is h._b._o. Got had another chernobyl in a few years that what we're saying here essentially that h._b._o. Yes it's a miniature noble. It's smaller. I mean this was. Ah that you know of course was a major nuclear. This is a small mini reactor that show really influenced people's view of this. They really understood one. What it means is that you have radiation spreading over large area and and they understood the russian reaction which was just like it's depicted in chernobyl. They didn't tell you anything they tried. Anything was going on. They put out false story. After story we still don't know the whole the whole truth and how many have died or have they said seven died that we know of five for those were raw sodom scientists and engineers people who work for the russian agency. That's one of the reasons we know. This was actually a nuclear accident nuclear one the clues that makes us think it was this russian missile called the nato designation is sky fall which is the bond movie divine movies about a russian missile fails. No it wasn't okay so now. Let's let's talk about this in terms of the nuclear arms race race oh yeah because when i think i'm seeing here is that the united states and russia starring being against with russia here have given up on arms control. Yes i have the feeling that putin wants the russian people think were we're back. We're back where a superpower and we're gonna invest all this <hes> this capital and dan being a superpower which means you're really dangerous we can <hes> we're going to be a threat again to the united right states and the rest of the world and then the united states here in the united states that trump and other scientists and thinkers in in this area are going like they're coming up with new technology. It isn't enough to have the overkill that we have in missiles calls that used to be fine but now things are the new technology technology doesn't stop and we stop developing anything anything we're gonna fall behind not just them but the but the chinese that is exactly right <hes> and each of the nuclear arms states views the situation exactly exactly like that that it's the other guys that are racing and so therefore they have to raise they have to keep up and i think all of them are somewhat right and all of them are wrong in what you produce this dynamic where everybody is responding to the other person's moves and that means that every single nuclear. I'm i am nation. Is nine of them in the world are building new nuclear weapons. We are often running. We're not on the brink of a race. We're not in danger of race. We were in the race. If you missed the nineteen eighties these this is what it looked like this a nuclear arms race was like in the nineteen eighties slightly larger scale but it's like this now especially within the u._s. In russia who have about ninety five percent santa ball the world's nuclear weapons they each building new weapons new kinds of weapons and developing new doctrines to use those weapons okay which brings us has to the solution of that would be <hes> some kind of summit yeah if the chinese the russians and us <hes> we have just the right president for that <hes> someone with <hes> carries a lot of respect and wait around the world. I wanna ask you about in the last democratic debate. We had a little bit of a debate between elizabeth warren and and governor book montana he he wanted to keep the first strike capability yes which says that there are situations in in which the united states may want to be the first to use nuclear weapons. What are those situations. We haven't had one in seventy four years. I know that right. Well think about that for a minute. The u._s. is the first and only nato weapons. We've come close but we we've been in a lot of wars. We've lost a lot of wars. We've lost brave men and women. We've had our allies lose. We've had a efforts. We had the joint chiefs. Sometimes suggesting we nuke for example apple cuba. We had the french when they were under siege from ben fu asking us to drop nuclear weapons on the viet minh. We've had dozens of incidents like that. A president has never decided decided to use a nuclear weapon. 'cause they know that is crossing a threshold of course of course it is so i'm what i'm wondering about. Is it well first of aw secretary perry william perry right yes as written a book and in it he has opens with a false positive that the detect act from soviet union now. If this technology is coming faster which i would assume does a nuclear powered missile <unk> travel faster. No it does ballistic missiles the fastest air to fly from one continent to another about thirty minutes of that time time you have about twenty five minutes when you see it coming more and hits and of that time the president would have about seven minutes upon on notice to discuss and decide whether to launch a retaliatory fortunately because i i have my own podcast called press the button and in there we do a new segment and we time the new segment for seven minutes just to illustrate how short a time that you do that every podcast every week early warning yeah wow..

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"johny. joe" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"A payroll tax cut is not on the table and economic expansion center. It's not being considered at this time. I just hours later. Payroll taxes taxes something that we think about and a lot of people would like to see that and that bird much affects the working the workers of our country and we have a lot of workers still the president insists there will not be a tax cut anytime soon. He's promised tax cuts before for the middle class ahead of last year's midterms only to abandon the idea after election day. Let's get right to cecilia vega. She's live at the briefing room tonight. Because there was a lot of news out of the white house today as you know cecilia president trump also making headlines with the new attacks tonight again congresswoman ilhan omar and retreated to leave as well the president recently of course pressured israel into trying to block the congressman from a visiting today a as you know he said this. Where's the democratic party gun. Where have they gone where they're defending these two people over the state of israel and i think any jewish people that vote for a democrat. I think it shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty. Sloyal cecilia made media headlines. Oh david it's certainly did particularly from some of the country's largest and most prominent jewish organizations. The head of the anti-defamation nation league says that it is time to stop using jews as political footballs. He says charges of disloyalty have long been used to attack the jewish people and david tonight from the american jewish committee. They're calling these comments. Quote divisive disrespectful and unwelcome cecilia vega always good to have you thank you and the new headline tonight in the race for twenty twenty johny joe biden's wife dr jill biden and what she said about her husband even if he's not your favorite candidate that that should not be the deciding factor according to her. Here's here's mary bruce joe. Biden with a blunt appeal to voters may like another kennedy better but you have to look at who is suddenly her pitch the even if you're not with joe biden on every issue you should support him anyway. If you want to beat trump your candidate might be federal on healthcare. Then then joe is but you've got to look at who's going to win this election and maybe you have to swallow a little bit and say okay. I personally like so so better for your bottom. Line has to be half trump's in iowa today. The former vice president asked about his wife's comments she she was making the case. You should pick the person you could win because none of our issues will matter if donald trump wins that was the point. It's also the point he's making in his first. I campaign ad we have to be done and all the polls agreed joe. Biden is the strongest democrat to do the job mary any reaction tonight from the other democratic candidates well david no response directly to joe biden's comments but biden's opponents say they can beat trump too. They argued that voters. Don't have to make this choice that they can follow their our principles and still defeat the president david. Mary bruce live in washington. Thanks mary now two major developments tonight. In the jeffrey epstein case three more alleged victims today suing his estate claiming they were recruited and sexually abused and to say it happened while he was under house arrest and during work release while he was wearing an ankle bracelet. Here's lindsay davis tonight. Three new accusers are taking aim at the estate of jeffrey epstein including two women who claim they were coerced into sex with epstein steve during his work released back in two thousand nine. The alleged incident took place at his office and his home while epstein was even wearing an ankle monitor he was having office visitors some who were flown to him from new york and continuing to engage in similar conduct literally while he was in quote unquote jeff. One accuser claims she was seventeen when she was first groom by epstein in new york back in two thousand seven during the same time he was under federal investigation for alleged sex sex crimes against more than thirty minor girls eight comes as we're learning new details about epstein's will sign just two days before his suicide. His estate valued at nearly five hundred seventy eight million dollars including fifty six million in cash and eighteen.

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"johny. joe" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"What a leading historian of the air calls the longest most ranked the most debilitating week national convention ever to meet the first 'til tally had Fillmore in the lead out to get rid of a president. Welcome back Harmon here with you, congressman Mark poke and taking your tweets and comments on YouTube. Actually, we've got some YouTube questions as well. And congressman welcome back. Thank you. Thank you. Now getting questions I'm just going to have to listen to you. Because. Yeah. You're stuck with me. So pork grind ask congressman Po-Chun. What will you and the rest of the Democrats do about opposing Trumpster and proposed cuts budget cuts to Medicare and Medicaid, and I would add social security that Trump wants to cut all three. Yeah. So the residents reduced his budget on Monday and on many levels. It was ridiculous. No investment infrastructure that it keeps telling ABC's four it had deep cuts to Medicare and Medicaid and social security in obviously, there's no way we're going to accept that. What we send out of the house? So it's really a D away a dead on arrival proposal to do that. But it shows where his priorities are. And we'll see a hard Republicans fight for those priorities. Deep cuts education human services. Interior, all the different departments that affect you know, that really helped American citizens. None of those are going to happen been head cuts to the national institutes of health, which even with Republicans in control. We actually added very very modest increases to. So it a way it was kind of a ridiculous document because it's not going to be anything close to what we've asked out of the house. It's not gonna be close to what goes into law more money for the wall. He's trying to get even though we still haven't given any money for the wall. So I think people can rest assured that document is really more the president's fantasy and Republicans fantasy than any reality. Yeah. There you go. Johny Joe Johnson. It was just reported that Paul Manafort was given six six and a half years. I believe by judge Jackson, but it's can can occur at rather than consecutive. So you know, he he'll serve basically an additional three and a half years, Johnny. Joe Jackson asked so Ron YouTube Manafort was black. He'd have gotten life in prison if he was Muslim it would be the death penalty. Would you comment on that yet? You know, I'll tell you when he got his first sentencing a lot of us were very unhappy. The clerk congress we were talking to each other. Because one of our constituents did something minor. They would have gotten far more serious time. I think someone did in one state voted improperly administered if they voted twice or what it was. And they got a longer sentence than Paul Manafort for everything he did. So we do think that that was pretty seriously out of whack. I think the real test now is will Donald Trump in some way pardoned him? And if he does I think that's going to open up a serious can words. Ricardo enemy over on Twitter asks please ask congress Po-Chun who he's is supporting for the democratic presidential nomination. I'm staying out of it right now. The number of candidates, I like for different reasons. You know, Bernie Sanders we wouldn't be talking about the issues. We're talking about today. If it was Bernie Sanders Medicare for all debt free college, a number of the proposals. He's put out there. He was the first person who gave a real national voices those issues, and I have tremendous respect for that Lisbeth. Warren has been a tremendous advocate for progressive issues. I trouble once I start going down the laundry lists. I'm probably gonna stop saying names other than you know, people like better, I think is going to announce is the guy that you would want to be your neighbor or brother-in-law because I guarantee he would be plowing your snow if you live in the upper midwest before you got out to shovel. He's just a decent person. There's a lot of people who have interesting attributes coming into this presidential race. And I'm gonna week to see what issues they take up what they prioritize, but as a progressive caucus, we're gonna make sure that the issues we care about we're gonna put front and center so from climate change to Derrick. College to Medicare for all to a lot of other issues. Our job is to make sure they're all talking about those things. Yeah. And and along those lines mahogany are Jones again, my law Ghani in my apologies. If I'm angling people's names. Here says we have a lot of democratic candidates. How do we not divide ourselves among candidates and come together in our shared democrat, hashtag, I would say democratic but values and and that's a good question. You're in fact, you're the guy who informed me who taught me that we should be talking about values rather than issue. We should be calling these things values and talking about values rather than issues because issues are contained within the container the larger container of values values unite issues divided. Something Nancy Pelosi told us when we got so end she said many times that I found it to be a very profound statement because people do connect with us on the values individual bills. You can get lost details. You don't like one provision on one page of five hundred pages. And they'll talk about that one. Vision. But when you talk about everyone should have affordable access to health care period. We should be able to do some cost containment in healthcare would actually disagree with that. When you talk about the fact that England was smart enough and able enough should be able to get a higher education or registered apprenticeship, even if they can't afford to we need to be able to help with that very few people would actually disagree with that. So when we talk about those bigger values a lot better place. I would also say to that person who tweeted you're part of it is coming on us. You know, if someone doesn't agree with us and every single issue, they are not evil. And I think it's important we say that correctly. I mean, there's something I like and probably don't like about every single candidate who's running for president. And I could say that for everyone in my family for that matter to right. And I think we have to be cognizant that you know, if we do it in a more uplifting way, we can come through a big primary unscathed in be in the best position to win the White House and the Senate back and keep the house of Representative. So really it is incumbent on us again. Just because you disagree with up provision of someone doesn't mean they're evil. We need to be very careful about how we talk about other candidates. Yeah. No wages. Tree tweeted to both of us. A a an article from the Washington Post about this woman in Texas who Greg Abbott is the governor down there. I forget the name of the AG, but she got sentenced to five years in prison trend referred to voting while on parole. Yeah. And and. By the way, this is also happening in North Carolina believes, the, you know, they're aggressively going after mostly people who have felony convictions who didn't realize that they couldn't vote and went ahead and voted and they're sending them back to prison and all these kind of things, by way of basically, in my opinion, scaring people away from the polls, particularly people who might ever have been in any trouble with the law, particularly people of color who are concerned, you know, they know that they're they're crossers are already on them. The bulls eye on their back or whatever the metaphor you wanna use. And and you know, the, they're not sure I'd be jeez. I don't know if that speeding ticket qualifies, am I going to go to jail for voting after I got a speeding ticket or or you know, might may headlight was knocked out or you know, what does it take? You know, like this seems to me like voter suppression. What are your thoughts on this? Yeah. I completely agree. In fact, let me crank at one more rung up the racist ladder that this White House. Does the same is true is how ISIS going after people across this country. We know there's eleven to thirteen million undocumented people, but were. Clearly, not as a directive going after those folks were told that ice first of all is was created after nine eleven for domestic terrorism were told they're going after gang members MS thirteen traffickers and drug dealers. And we just got an open records request back from is that while they didn't answer most of our questions we have to appeal it but were percent of the people they apprehended in in Wisconsin had no offense whatsoever. And so people in others at traffic offenses ones, and you did have any events. So suddenly, you're making people like that also prayed to leave their homes, so all of this is again bent on the app Brown or black skin or you happen to maybe be from religion. That's not in the mainstream here in the United States that they're trying to demonize people in. I think it's true and voter suppression. I think it's true also in how they are working with like the abuse of how ISIS operating so as a member of congress. What do you do about that? I mean, I think it's been there incredibly stupid. I'm on the appropriation. Committee. I can affect their budget in the fact that I had to wait one hundred thirty eight days to get basically an FU freedom of information act request is when I got back from them. They gave me two hundred ninety I think eight redacted pages on four hundred and then they can answer most of my questions. But what we did find out is again, they're not going after what they say. They are this agency is being used misused by this White House in a rope fashioned to be his personal police force, and we're going to be very aggressive on. So I've already talked to the woman who's the chair of the appropriations committee that has oversight over homeland security. They're gonna pay a price. So we're going to have to make sure they operate properly. But to be that Irgun to a member of congress first, I remove information act request ever had to make isn't in congress over six years. Pretty pretty stunning. Yeah. Yeah. It really is. Douglas, Clark says Republicans won't pass anything progressive. So what's the strategy? With regard. The you've passed some really good stuff already out of the house of representatives. There's a long list of other things getting ready to be passed. But they they're going to die in the Senate. So what's the strategy here? So we'll send him to the Senate hoping get some past. I mean right now, I think are a resolution of disapproval the president's national seat. Pass. It went to the floor of the Senate. So they're trying to figure a way out of it right now to get rid of it without having to have a boat and embarrass the president. But there are probably have the votes to do just that. But we'll for like HR one. We'll break it into little pieces bended over what we're trying to do is one who can't get passed through the Senate in through this president. We're showing what will happen if you had other people in charge. So if the Democrats were in charge, we actually could clean up some of the undue influence, a special interest in Washington, we can make that everyone can be heard through other go, which is how you have a democracy. We can go after a gun violence and have some preventative efforts past weekend. Go after things like pay equity, and the minimum wage and healthcare and all the things that we need to..

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"johny. joe" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Elvis Duran in the morning show. She we see Johnny still alive. Oh, Giannis, how did you survive? Our Sunday funday yesterday. We went out. Yeah. So so Gandhi and Alex took uncle Johnny for brunch yesterday. I went over to Mercer kitchen had a great brunch. And then we went to like how many bars to go to. By we kept going in was see through till you just kept leaving until we gotta see. Teeth out took your teeth out at lunch only because God be wanted to know how many teeth I had. Not true. I have to he has teeth. You have oh damn. So we started at Mercer kitchen at one, and then I don't where do we go. We went everywhere we were all over the city. We have a great day at one it really was was Fabio stayed. Everything was wonderful. Everybody's but nice. It was beautiful day. Cried repeatedly. Gandhi. Loved your stories. I know having gone we're going to have dinner, I'm gonna have identified he will have we will go to Gandhi, and you and everybody. To be there. Okay. Danielle to Brigham hall. Joanie? I mean, did we wake you up when we called, you know, I've been up since said six across I thirty. I think. Well. I would sleep in. If I was you. I would sleep in. I don't understand why you wake up so damned early. I don't I don't understand. I just do I wake up early. And I've been listening to for the last several years is going on hold on. Hold on. What's wrong in Miami? Why one hundred off the air what's going on the engineers to here looking at it. Don't don't exactly know. All right. Well, let's talk about people in mind, but they can't hear. I never trusted them. Never uncle. Tony. We had a great Sunday funday. I'm glad that you're still alive. Yes. I'm so I've I'm doing fine. I'm sitting. Yeah. Just made myself a Cup of coffee, and that's it. All right. We gotta go. I love you. I love you guys. Thank you. We had a great time yesterday. We did. Johny Joe gone. Bye. Bye. So you know, what happened over the weekend? We haven't talked about this. You know, the Helo lady t shirts and sweat shirts. We sold out. Oh, we raised over twenty thousand dollars for Trevor project. Like, I could get mine anymore. They're sold out like offer. Guess what? I'll tell you will secret. They're coming back claiming we didn't sell out. We said that I was gonna try to flip mine have different styles as well. Coming soon. We've lots of stuff camp. So just keep listening. Whatever you do. Don't spend money on anything save it. So you can buy our next round of shirts. All weekend long. I was listening to the I heart radio Broadway channel, it's a solid channel..

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"johny. joe" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Oaks bar was shot five times by the gunman but struck fatally by a bullet fired by a highway patrolman the news. I've shared with you today in no way diminishes the heroic actions. Both men exhibited at the border line on the night of November seventh. As our thoughts and prayers are with sergeant he'll is family, friends and coworkers barrel. So with the CHP officer, his family, friends and coworkers the man who murdered twelve people and injured twenty two others. He alone created the violence and he'll owned bears the responsibility for his course of action, the Tura county sheriff Bill, a UB says sergeant Ron Hillis died from a bullet wound that struck vital organs shot by a California highway patrolman who joined him in the gun battle at the borderline bar and grill on November seventh President Trump is lashing out at his former secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, CBS news Bill Rakoff reports. Tillerson told CBS political contributor Bob Schieffer that the president was pretty undisciplined and that the two men were different in their styles. He got really frustrated, and I think he grew tired of me being the guy every day that told him you can't do that in an apparent response to Tillerson's remarks the president tweeted that. He was dumb as a rock, and I couldn't get rid of them fast enough. He was lazy as hell. Now. It's a whole new ballgame. Great spirit at St. Bill. Rakoff CBS news, Washington, San Diego County. Sheriff Bill gore said today, there is no evidence that Rebecca's 'Ahau who's bound and nude body was found hanging from balcony at a historic Coronado mansion in the summer of twenty eleven died at the hands of another gore said the cause of the thirty two year old woman's death. Will officially remain a suicide a civil jury last spring found that the younger brother of her boyfriend sexually assaulted and killed her two weeks after that the decision the sheriff's department announced that it was reopening its investigation a special recognition today for the last two World War Two veterans from the north county chapter of the Pearl Harbor survivors association. Ninety eight year old John choir and ninety nine year old Joe Walsh, we're honored at the little fishing pier. In oceanside. News. Eight leashes summers was there. Ninety eight year old John choir and ninety nine year old Joe Walsh were honored at the Pearl Harbor veterans monument, Apelu fishing pier. In oceanside this morning. Johny Joe are both hospice patients their health declining. But their stories are incredible John was in Pearl Harbor when the first bombs dropped he was stranded on island between Hawaii and Japan while building an airstrip for refueling when he was found he was just ninety six pounds. John served aboard the USS Dobbin, he told us incredible stories of the things he saw during his tenure in the war pilot would coming down alongside our hip and. Get him. Realized. Bomber attendees observed a moment of silence at seven fifty five this morning. The time the attack on Pearl Harbor began on December seventh nineteen forty one.

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"johny. joe" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This reminder that Chicago Blackhawks hockey is sponsored by PPG Pink's official paint of the NHA. L Jankowski the flames facing off with Dylan Strom of the hawks throw wins the draw back to Duncan Keith hawk zone. Put it over your PR you you'll move. It ahead toward the flame wine and one of the flames was upset over there. That was the defenseman Kyle Lincoln will play at center ice Hathaway got it for the flames over the hawk blue line. Lost the puck off a poke check it ends up from the skates of debrincat at the hawk blue line. He had it knocked off his stick into the near corner hawk zone. People spin it behind the net up the right side to stroll put the puck over the center circle four fourteen. He got ahead of the puck. It was hoped off his stick back into the hawk and again, Duncan Keith. Got it over to Henry, okay? Are you passing on the left wing fourteen center ice over the flame line left wing? Fires a shot. That's into the skates of Rasmussen Anderson who keeps the puck away moves. It ahead now at center ice Jankowski the Hathaway hawk line right wing, clap it down behind the net. Crawford plays it immediately to the left wing boards. Forsling. But a pass up the left wing at center ice different get over to fourteen front of the benches. He slept right onto Donald stick. The flame line quick pass across the rink good. Drove into the hawk zone to the right wing corner. Lost the puck more took it away. Put it behind the net. It's Senate outlined Monaghan in and frontage Rony. Fires and Crawford turned up. Why scrambling save again lames getting some pretty good chances here. Early shots on goal nine nothing of the planes forcing racing back to get the puck behind the hawk net. Looks like he was held up a bit by good drove. But set the puck up the left wing to center ice, Brendan Laney there for the hawks part of the penalty boxes. Wind it off the boards and down behind the net. Mike Smith, one of the better puck handling goaltenders waves it over to the left wing side of the slain zone. Donald clears to center ice in front of the penalty boxes. Saw took control for the hawks. The Seabrook talk line passing up the left wing with center ice to the point line. You'll fire down behind the net. And Smith nearly got caught back. They're handling the puck for too long. But he moves it out claims to center ice over the hawk line on the right wing. Put the puck down to the corner. Brandon manning picks it up. David camp. Sunrise over the flame on down to the right wing corner. He goes in Hammond, collide planes, get the puck push the center ice now to truck back win at the hawk line. Moves it over the line to Bennett left wing side shot it across the rink over hamernicks. Stick out to the right point. Chuck moves it down the boards. It's picked up by Keith ahead to David camp inside the hawk line. The yoki hard you in the circle to Crawford's right to keep headman pass down the sunny. Butterfly, save made by Smith. Got the rebound circle. Tried to fire it over to the right circle. For Kane picked off by Bennie. He clears to center ice in front of the penalty boxes. Mon- Giovanni strips key for the pucker come the planes into the hawk zone. Neil what to shoot the puck. And you'll be for the hawks between the circles was able to poke checked the puck away. Jane takes it back in the far corner headed Russell his flames get it. And then give it back. Here's Keith between the circles keeping it away from Mont Giovanni to the near boards. Vermont couponing knocked down toward the corner. And you'll see how you took it back for the hawks behind the net passing up the right wing Kunitz at center ice on the eastern plains, Omar shut why by Smith follow up by Kunsi. Couldn't get a clean shot away going through the puck on the right boards. Feted out the ruder right point. He'll send it down the boards in behind the net around into the near corner. Anderson there to put up the right side damange upon at center ice. He couldn't handle the puck along came Anisimov to get it. He'll swing it back into the hawk zone. Forsling now. Moves it over the Ruta hawks making line change back to forsling left wing side. But a pass up the left wing debrincat at center ice. John it across the respect off by the flame Hathaway into the hawk zone for the left circle. Fires a backhand. Nice nailing stick save made by Crawford. The other way it left wing center ice. Don't sit diagonally off the right corner boards in behind the plate. Strict put away from Smith here behind the net break it lost the puck as racing to get. It is Brody and he'll angle up the right boards to the hawk line. Brandon manning there fourteen at the flame life runs into Donohoe. But dumps the puck down to the far corner planes zone. Brody now clears to center ice Giordano in front of the benches will fire it down the left boards in behind the hawk net. Crawford ends up up the nearside. Manning's got it. Now over to yoki Har you you'll outlet the center ice, and he'll take the puck and go for a loop with back aside the hawk net. It a manning along the left for no score with ten twenty left in period. Want junkie? Are you to center ice passenger side over the flame runs into Hannifin? Lost the puck slapped down ice by Monaghan by Keith in the hawk zone. Clear to center ice loose puck picked up there by Hannifin, he'll drop it back in between the circles in the plane zone will handle it there. Hannifin Elias Lindholm at center ice, right wing side. Put it in over the hawk line Monahan. To the draw shot. They scar Crawford was down in front of the initial volley. But one of the flames on the back side of that was able to push that over the goal line in the flames now lead one nothing. Johny Joe or Monahan one of those two guys, but everybody was crashed in towards the front of the net. Crawford. Been spectacular. The first half of this first period shots on goal to quality opportunities. And this would finally gets in behind him. Monahan picks up his team leading fifteenth goal of the season. All kinds of traffic around Crawford. Lindholm actually standing inside the crease area up against the frost bar park. Finally crosses the line. Conversation here. Challenge. Maybe an offsite challenge. Referees all talking right now. What happened is the the concussion? Spotter has. The linesmen out of the equation. So two referees. One linesman why they were talking was they changed their responsibilities. On the ice of the the referees. Now to help out with the lions Andrew Smith, the linesmen who took the war spill of the two is still on their Greg divorce key is not out there. So it's one line two referees. Troy miller. Villa kind of old school in a way claims inside the hawk zone from the right wing side. Here's Brody carrying the puck down to the corner. Rhody reverses direction, but it out to the line to Backman long range shot to flex in on goal and Crawford down with a butterfly save. We'll plop on the puck and hold it. And a whistle stops play. Has to address Matthew Kentucky's right there. We gotta go to the TV time. But you gotta get ca chalk off Corey Crawford. All right ninth. Thirteen left in the first here at the United Center, the flames lead one nothing. This is Blackhawks hockey on seven twenty WGN. Hello. I'm kings today. Speaking on behalf of Bud Light, and the most sacred traditions the tailgate in my days is a collegiate Leach, I hosted the very first tailgater you on woods. We didn't have coolers sports. We were basically just in the woods. But we had Bud Light. So it tailgate in was anyway, I invite you to continue my legacy and enjoy Bud Light courtesy of me. At your tailgate. 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"johny. joe" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Johny joe at hey sure son go ahead i'm watching the tv program just take them and go you know i mean come on now john thanks and i gotta think a lot of people sharing your sentiments lately melinda we heard the governor in his press conference just moments ago telling us that it was his intent to take some these are his words immediate action and that included the starting next week i believe you said melinda having some roundtable discussions with all involved and i just when i heard that you and i exchanged glances and i thought you know what is not going to sound very satisfying to a lot of people my sense is yeah they don't wanna talk they want actions kinds of discussions have been held after parkland they were certainly held at the white house i can think of one or two that were held at that point everyone from the present united states on down and said we're going to do something about this to make sure nothing else happen again and so one of the questions and look all this happened at seven forty five this morning we don't have the answers here on this show i'm going to suggest melinda that one thing that the president and the governors and so forth can do is say all right we're coming up on summertime here we got about ninety days before the fall session starts and every school is going to have a secured perimeter all doors are going to be secured except the very front door and there's either going to be a resource officer or that point of ingress is gonna be so secured such that these random acts of somebody just coming in someplace around the school and starting to unload on the classrooms i'm just saying gun control you're going to hear a lot about that you're going to hear a lot about mental health all these other things that are a part of the mix i'm saying practically speaking realistically speaking what can be done over the course of ninety days to get ready for the fall semester and securing the schools more adequately than what many of them are secured now would seem to be one of the near term immediate things that could be done to begin to try to make a.

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"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Eight in laguna hills it sixty in orange 75 baldwin park in seventy nine in woodland hills we lead local live from the kfi 24hour newsroom i'm debra mark johny joe johns pulled out intention poets kfi am 640 welcome everybody welcome all right well were back on to talk about the homeless and of course the big story couple of weeks ago was it was time to go the large encampment longest in a river bed which exciting affected communities in anaheim and orange and of course what we found out of the last couple of weeks is that manila of people left even though a sign went up officially weeks ago and january twenty second was supposed to be the day but we were told it was going to be a soft sell the deputies would go in there over and over again who's that number john how many visits they had to have with people to convince up to fifteen visit fifty visits that you're going to have to move on so we knew they were nowhere near getting forceful about this but ever report i get including from listers were watching this not a lot of people have left not this one this is the entrenched encampment which already got a judge's decision in their favour about a year ago now this is different than encampment that was along the river been found valley correct right that area they cleared out this is the one the famous video that you watched ryan but the video and was passed angel stadium well kissed this federal judge david carter had jurisdiction over at that particular stretch he does and he imposed some rules a few years back that demanded that the city and the county prove that they're offering shelter or mental health rehab or drug and alcohol rehab and so todd spencer has said repeatedly this is what we're doing we're asking nicely were offering abed or offering them whatever assistance they need and we satisfied with the judges asked for write down courses also the statistic did many of them refused help yes bust of most refusing and most of them are choosing to live there in their out looking for a home.

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"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Grandfather taught me to fit whatever the result earth way or fire fill up your gas tank every night because you never know when you need to get four hundred miles away from here and you're on a quarter tank the last thing you want to do is light into an am pm fill it up and get a slimmed that's not the bull that out in conway junior tonight at six five am 640 more stimulating talk johny joe john kobelke kinship oh camp by am 640 nine we moved to the sex harassment report by one of the names cuts come up and not the first time the story actually is a yearold than i remember mentioning it but california lieutenant governor gavin new of is urging the university of california the do something about allegations that you see regent in radio mogul norm pat its sexually harassed her made people uncomfortable in the workplace november 2016 heather mcdonald released a tape of pat it's asking horrific older breasts it confirmed that some of the tape and apologized and employee accused pat it's a brandishing a gun in a threatening manner pat is a wall sandra sheriff's department reserve officer well this is one of those a likely bacha gay people yes he denies though the of the gun incident we'll get to that later but the problem is it is not possible for anyone including the board of regents itself any california legislative body or the governor who appoints most of the region's to remove norm pat it's he has to voluntarily resign now the regents run the university of california system how is it that are the ones that give a pass to janet napolitano yeah how's it they became grand buubas and there's no mechanism to remove them that's a good question i mean even a president can be removed the region's can't be removed i'd ever heard of this i never heard of this either i don't know how you would think of the governorappointed so it was appointed to a twelve year term in 2014 by jerry brown there's nobody i can think of who is immune to being removed in government politics so many heading white always have a recall when it's an elected person and usually when it's another kind of person there are some sort of a.

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"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"As i play pool of your christmas bridge live from my north police ludi okaying them away poll radio on the free iheartradio app in play for a perfect holiday season soundtrack julian villain is a breeze his north pole radio on the iheart radiocom poor on the free iheartradio app now i've always had a hard time with people voting down one side of the page or the other just because to me it's lazy among other things but why not take the time to figure out where these people sit politically as opposed to what label they want you to believe that they're going to represent gary and shannon tomorrow horn kfi am 640 more stimulating talk johny joe junko belt and kinship kfi am 640 five will up updates coming after the 5 cheers o'clock gone on the fires mc to resuming for burning another throughout win southern this california season as the i new mentioned line before of just there was a made me pick to up powerhouse growing fireup with marietta big mac new empire fish ten number peace of other chicken fires mcnuggets besides and the main the was subaru have been covered sausage here cheese in the produced regions of into our county in la we county got to say both that's all coming lanes up are after getting pretty a hot and here's 5 o'clock we a just new talked mix to j bieber uber five safer dollars streets menu la was assured at a victory yield over choose any two another favorites road diet were justified plan bought here in the city mix of la and match that's yours right today six straight has been saved it hasn't now down going to complement david rue the council made because he did the right thing instead of lying with bogus polls and bogus traffic statistics he survey did the people who care and his district dana dead they only got about one third support for road diet so they're not going to do one and uh they're gonna have crosswalks and left turn lanes stuff that makes sense but uh they're not going to take away 50 percent of the language a listener forward us this story a column.

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"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In north hollywood and seventy eight in santa monica we lead local from kfi's 24hour newsroom i'm debra mark johny joe john kobelke pension poets k f i ate him six boarding welcome everybody welcome i remind her to john kobo in particular were toll free this thursday we're not stopping to nearly ended a half hour you're almost five thirty till so you're chairs two hundred thousand dollars is coming up during this tollfree segment keep listening for it but we're gonna talk with vivian ho he she is the reporter with the san francisco chronicle who has been in the courtroom this week for the key steinle murder trial kate stanley was the young woman who died of san francisco pierre beck enjoy 2015 by the illegal alien jose in is garcia's the rot day he was the guy who spun through the system getting deported fivetimes head though one criminal record and san francisco let him at a custody and uh came across a gun and somehow the gunman off in his hand that's the big fight those over so how he shot her wii shudder whether it was an accident whether he aimed at her and today they discussed the theft of the gun from a federal ranger and it's good to vivian on here on that and any any other issues that came up today vivian how are you aren't higher as there were so was was the main testimonial about this bureau of land management to arrange rues gun was stolen worth are so rain character it what how are our best weapon i brought it with them how he left there that uh how he could the that uh under the driver uh and uh low in folk about how he brought his servic weapon secondary service weapon i brought it with them how he left arafat kok air how he put the vat path under the driver uh and uh our car on the of our barrow erin brockovich there are holed up an hour later and it restored the backpack restored the backpack with though it but the garden side with the gun inside and then next thing we know garcia surat day has the gun sitting on the.

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"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Get you there faster what happens in traffic it shift so other freeways pending here were as a free way gets better truly i've used the expression alone time for you look at it from aircraft and a looks like a beggar snakes michael when you hear eye in the sky you're listening our radio station johny joe general belgian jimbo its kfi am 640 sanctuary city sanctuary states they fight back against trump and his crackdown on illegal immigration in so many different ways the new york times in a frontpage story today found one basically what it says is prosecutors in certain places in the places he would expect new york california seattle washington those are some of the prosecutors who were interviewed figure that they now have to factory in the immigration status of the defendant or else as one prosecutor puts it they might get a life sentence of deportation well that could accompany their conviction that the way he put that that dan et cetera burg prosecuting attorney for seattle and it says her longtime republican though yeah but he's got an infection in his brain he is three can exert their calling immigration consequences policy last year yeah hey you if if so if you're an american citizen and you're caught drunk driving you are treated differently then an illegal alien caught drunk driving the idea is that you don't want to have this on the illegal aliens record if it means the deportation shore american citizens going to be treated more harshly under the law well here's an example a 23yearold undocumented immigrants studying at the university of washington the apparently was involved in this swerving or car with a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit it was the first time a fence and there were no injuries turns out to female she'd gained some assurance against deportation through a federal program for people who entered the country illegally as children oh she's a dreamer she's a dreamer see the dreamer got drunk the dreamer was caught with a dui and now she got kicked off the dreamer program and get.

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"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:11 min | 4 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is absolutely the greatest role in the hey that ever existed in the lawyers having a review of the regime zack ruediger again aci eyes here's legal advice just get someone who's horrible in the sat handle on the law tomorrow morning at six kfi am 640 more stimulating talk johny joe johns out in qinshan vote kfi am 640 me really is the end of isis acea hubli's really did confirm it killed the leader vices bughdadi in syria and out today they say they killed the leader of isis in afghanistan think trump is president and things have i says is getting crush but there'll be running around the planet for a long time now dokic all their acolytes either sleiman other guided takeover all right well we're going to finish off to show now with more sign part two people leave us voice mails nor more pulled together we place them back on the air for your one one eight five moist nine brave john and we're excited to hear from you about it you lived in california on you'd driver are like he your money any joy reid in you vote democrat you're an absolute duty remember february about that briefed on a gallon graf back back armando on that victory santer added b bail another on the novel added as i rob enderle i am ready to go back over what down and or or the overs now go on our government on earth right i am again another 100dollar neck the ir own bomber our mm hmm going i get our act the i'm we have to hire on robby had the government out rob or is it means is not the pants penalty it cry hitlerian arrived on it's not the pride i mean lamented crime in california you're not gonna and any hina gale mental more whatever happened weren't really big one more way when they get really not have some kind of yelled eddie it up there i hope parliament alamo hairdo carli black your own couple quickly the polio wrecked group marvin gaye there could walk could get room elected ann arbor or packing out equipment you we your own huang hurry you're net brought wrong with both of.

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"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Recognized him as as your brother the judge william solid said she took her own close us century well that's what she said but that doesn't matter of what matters is whether she had the coop the legal capacity to consent and she did not um it again i my problem with talking about her taking off who parents who is that's blaming the victim i mean we have a sixteen year old girl who's clearly incapacitated that's that's why that's why these people a gives their their targets brush rugs arauco hall to macomb compliant bryant so they start they start they start cooperating right it's a whole purpose you hang on sure when we come back we'll talk about this judge in exactly how district attorney deal triggers with us from dealt nord county its way up on the northwest corner of the state and we're talking to him because he's shocked says he's shocked to his conscience and that's why he's gone public outside of local area there because the guy by the name of those ruder age twenty apparently did plead guilty to rape of an intoxicated person on may seventeen the intoxicated person was his sister aged sixteen we gave marijuana potent marijuana called dams and he did make a plea agreement which could have carried some years still in prison but this judge we're going to talk about next decided instead to give them three years created probation in only serve two hundred forty days in the county jail and outraged that is to tony deal trick is with us actually it's going to be four months because he's gonna get hassle loss bear right you're right halftime so but what should have been a minimum of three hundred twenty days is going to turn into four months johny joe kfi news los angeles homeless services at the word he's looking for people who have been homeless to form an advisory group the ideas of people about their experiences for the.

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"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"johny. joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"With talking about her taking off who parents who is that's blaming the victim i mean we have a sixteen year old girl who's clearly incapacitated that's that's why that's why these people a gives their their targets for rugs arauco hall to macomb compliant brian so they'll start they start they start cooperating right it's a whole purpose can you hang on sure when we come back we'll talk about this judge and exactly how district attorney deal triggers with us from dell nord county its way up on the northwest corner of the state and we're talking to him because he's shocked says he's shocked to his conscience and that's why he's gone public outside of local area there because the guy by the name of those ruder age twenty apparently did plead guilty to rape of an intoxicated person on may seventeen the intoxicated person was his own sister aged sixteen we gave marijuana put marijuana called dams and he did make a plea agreement which could have carried some years still in prison but this judge we're going to talk about next decided instead to give them three years created probation in only serve two hundred forty days of the county jail and outraged that is six thirty dale trick is with us actually it's going to be four months because he's gonna get hassle loss all right you're right halftime so but what should have been a minimum of three hundred twenty days is going to turn into four months johny joe kfi news los angeles homeless services at the word he's looking for people who have been homeless to form an advisory group the ideas of people about their experiences for.

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