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John & Ken Show Hour 4 (03/01)
"A major milestone in the push to recall governor news from the campaign now has a million signatures. I laid it bad mistake. And i expect more from myself. That's why we started this vaccinate. All fifty eight campaign recognizing that all californians need to be included in this vaccination process and that we can't leave folks behind we're gonna see faster administration. You'll see that accountable. You will david and now. Here's the latest update on rico's signatures versus people vaccinated from john and can what see where one million eight hundred seventy thousand signatures. We're getting close to that. Two million one million eight hundred seventy thousand when it comes to vaccines california's issued nine point. One million nine point one million a little over three quarters which as always museums that. There's two to three million vaccines somewhere out there off. Searching for news vaccine right. We're still thirty six place. We have injected sixteen percent of the population but only seven percent twice now on a completely different track. And i only mentioned this now because we've been covering it all afternoon. There is another woman with a weird andrew. Cuomo story new york times is reporting. This just broke twenty minutes ago. Anna roach are you. C h found met cuomo in september twenty nineteen and Cuomo put his hand on her bare lower back When she removed his hand with hers the governor said that she seemed aggressive and placed his hands on her cheeks then. He asked if he could kiss her loudly enough for a friend standing nearby to hear. Oh no ms rush was bewildered and pulled away. I was so confused and shocked. Embarrassed i turn my head and didn't have words in that moment. And the recollection was corroborated by the friend text messages and photographs from the event. Oh yeah there's actually a photograph of cuomo holding this girl's head by the cheeks. Good although was going to get a biden pass. I mean biden would touch women and even one accuser. Bike was a hair smeller. Yeah tara reade tara reade said. She was assaulted at got buried. That was an invasion. I dunno still covering that woman that said trump attacked or and addressing them like thirty years ago. She don't give it up. She wrote a book in. She's got a civil lawsuit. All the these guys are the same. We have another recall to talk about. Besides gavin newsom. We're recall crazy here. On the john and ken show in six days thirteen hours fifty minutes and thirty eight seconds. It'll be the unveiling of the recall. Petitions to remove george known as la county district attorney. Why did he have to wait six days. He hasn't been in office for ninety days yet. And that's the real. We had steve cooley on the former. Da who's the chairman of this recall campaign. And we all said christina. Wanna get her name right Solano christina solana. Who's the sister of deputy joseph solano. Who was the one killed at the jack in the box. They was gunned down while standing in line. You know high or guy that came here from st kilda escape. Border went down to san diego county and before that actually could some robberies armed robberies so christine is one of the chairs of the recall committee and her brother was the cop who was killed. She was on with us earlier as well and gone. Wants to drop sentencing enhancements which adds significant prison time to very dangerous people including killers of police officers. We have covered this god. We even covered the story a couple of weeks ago of the the guy that killed two six old boys the cold case of orange county but because he dumped one of the boy's body in la county it became elliott county case and guess was going to drop the death penalty and drop sentencing enhancements. And finally though this guy came to the table and made a deal allegedly. He's got life in prison without parole as we call it. Steve gregory on the line here is so you know i was at that rally on saturday night when The recall effort got a boost in terms of an endorsement. And i got a tip. That sheriff alex via waiver might make an appearance at this recall. Rally that. I did see steve cooley and spoke with him on saturday night in front of the hall of justice. And you know it was kind of like there was always murmuring that maybe the sheriff is going to show up maybe he won't and then all of a sudden he showed up in street clothes he Came over just as a citizen and he spoke at the rally and he said a lot of stuff and this is one of the things he said. People talk about disproportionality. I have to go based on the actual statistics of the demographics of people who commit crimes. Now tell you this. I have have statistic right now. I know all the numbers of people who commit crime by race. I know the victims by race. Ethnicity i tell you this. There's two groups are over represented as victims of crime and those are latinos in those are african americans. A lot of the people pushing all these reform efforts tend to be very white very affluent and are not gonna be involved on the receiving end of these so-called reform efforts because they're gonna be tucked away in their mansions behind security very nice will manufacture neighborhoods. Were crime really not a big issue but the ones are gonna hit get hit. The hardest isn't going to be are black. Or latino neighborhoods. They can't afford it the least. So what feels a county jails. I'll tell you right now. It feels a county jails violence that racism. So it's one of the best things he's ever said i'm telling you he. He went for it on saturday night. I mean he spoke. I think was about fifteen twenty minutes and he He threw gas going under the bus. I mean he undertook their kicked him. Drove the bus over a few times When he said that the gas lied to the people when he campaigned that the The stats the evidence. That data that he was using campaigning was all funded by george soros. He said that Guest owns if you notice. He said the directives didn't come out until the microseconds after he was sworn because if those had come out before he was elected he would have never been elected He said that he he just. He fundamentally disagrees with everything that's going on. He's i think there was the one set one thing. He said he did agree on an was. The war on drugs was a failure. That was the only thing he said. He agreed on with gas calm. Yeah well clearly. I mean anybody who is forced disagrees with gas. Gone all the da's up and down the state except for one or two of them in a lot of the Sheriff's office everything said everything he said. There's absolutely right. Well and he got he got asked the point blank question about Do blacks commit most of the crimes because he was talking about the fact that in the lead up to that was the reform meaning. You know there. There's a disproportionate number of blacks and hispanics in jails and. That was sort of this part of a longer answer. When he said that blacks commit most crimes when they're in black neighborhoods and i said he went for it and he He's telling the truth. We're in such a weird time where somebody who just reads. The statistics tells the truth. It looks like some courageous act. That's exactly what's happening. Well i thought that was interesting that he went there because he was also answering the question. When i said are you ready to fight against a very a well-funded machine because i said that's what you're doing. I said you're ready for this s show. Are you ready for this fight. And he said yeah so. It's gonna be very interesting but you know i know we're coming up on a break but i do want to tell you that i've tried get gascons office to re respond to this and that was an interesting journey. Oh you got more than when we come back. Yeah i get hunting more. Plus i got some great for rare. Oh your career. Who's covering a couple of stories. It's the recall effort against george guests gone. He was there at. The vigil held saturday night to announce the recall effort which will kick off at about six days. George recalled george gaskell dot com and also get some la county health department news on the vaccines coming up. John and ken show john kobylt ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere from the high heart rate. Here's steve gregory's with us Today's the day they announced george gas cone recall will begin in six days. You could actually signed petitions and They all they needed to get signatures to get going. Then they will need several hundred thousand six hundred all you have to be in. La county registered voter by the way to sign these petitions. You cannot be from anywhere else. Six hundred thousand six hundred thousand. Yeah yeah so you tried to reach out to going on gaia's for a response to this. Here's the thing though. I hear at the top of the hour. Deborah's reading the story about Gascon reacting and calling the sheriff morally bankrupt which i thought was odd because i emailed the. Da's office this morning looking for a reaction. Because i did the stories over the weekend. And i knew if these office would be able to reply so i tried this morning and i you know i didn't get a reply so i just kept the story on the back burner and then i get a phone call from somebody and he identifies himself as alex from the da's office. I said well. Hi alex to do for. He says well. I'm responding to your email and i said okay. And he says well i just wanna let you know you're going to have to contact someone from the campaign i said. Well it's not an official election thing. I said i just wanna know what the the. Da's response is to the sheriff's endorsement of the recall effort. That's all i'm looking for. He says well your email says you're looking for response for the office. I said well the offices the da. The da. -'s the office. Well he says that's not the way it is. He says you know the way government works and he started giving me a civics lesson about the way government works and how they are a. They're an independent objective body and how they work for the taxpayer and they have they have a legal. Obligation is just want what i said. All i want to know is what your bosses responses to the sheriff's endorsement and then he said something i said. Are you with the media. Relations office he goes. We'll know i'm an adviser. And i said you're an adviser he goes. Yes i said well. Can i speak with someone from the media relations office and he goes. I am the one advising the media relations office. And i'm like i said. Are you an employee he goes. I'm an employee of the district. I said well. Are you a prosecutor and he goes. I was a prosecutor in san francisco. Went back and forth. I said well. Sir i don't need a civics lesson. I just need to response. And he said why. Are you asking me all these questions. And i said because i need to know how to craft the story that you tell me or you're telling me to talk to the campaign and he says why. Do you have to ask those kinds of questions. I wanted to. I wanted to your line of questioning. Why are we arguing about this. It's a real simple question. He says your email says the offices response he said and i'm representing the office in the office says this is a legally object. I said the offices the da. The da is. The office says real. Let me tell you something about my background. I said sir. I egypt resume and i don't need a six lesson and this is where it went on and then all of a sudden reads a story at five o'clock that gascoyne calls sheriff morally bankrupt or morally. Whatever and i'm like so. Why didn't he just tell me that. Yeah that's a good point. But then i had to go back and look at this. I had to find this. And i just got a plate for you. It just makes me laugh. Gets going steve. Gregory with kfi news wants to know what is your pledge for transparency and how accessible ub to the media. I am strong leader in perc- in the first and then follow like for your voice. Been okay so he goes on and goes on and this is by the way is a small snippet of a longer answer and then he is unusual responsibility to guarantee that it will be very old to you in life. My goal is to be open to you and to be totally transparent so i thought that was interesting not anymore. Yeah i i just was like come on. I really thought that. I didn't think that was big of a deal. But then but he gave a statement to ktla. Just wouldn't give it to me so well. There's there's a lot going wrong there quickly forever. Yeah so for rare. This is what caught my attention with furrier today Let's see if i've got that here. Ready for him. Starting today. workers in three additional sectors education and childcare emergency services and why forcement and food and agriculture will be eligible to be vaccinated here in la county. We estimate that over five hundred forty. Six thousand people are in the education and childcare sector. You can either live or work here in l. a. county and be eligible to get vaccinated je catch that last part you can either live or work in la county so now presumably ping. Yeah so if you've got people from outside of la county that work here she just basically said you can come in come on in. I have a lemon tree in my backyard. Does that make the agricultural worker. You're picking it and giving it to others to buy or to survive. Because she did make a point in there to talk about all of these workers make it possible for us to live the slash gonna bring in some lemons and nikola lemon great idea. Yeah but in order to be eligible messina gonna to get your vaccine and this does include a photo. Id but it does not have to be government issued. So you're gonna counselor can create and like a lemon llc so have a corporation and then make checkout to myself or for a dollar when i listen to this and they were talking about all the documentation. There are dozens of documentations that they're going to accept. I cannot think of a bigger mess of fraud than this. You're going to be able to take a pay stub and just show up with a pay stub. So it's it's going to be messy. I mean they have the capability of doing. Five hundred thousand doses. And they're still barely hitting two hundred seventy thousand doses a week steve. Thank you very much. Guys steve gregory coming up next. What kind of apparent sends a nine year old child on a perilous journey to the united states through mexico well according to our new department of homeland security secretary nothing but a loving parent john and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt and ken. Chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. All right so we have a new administration as you probably know when it comes to our southern border. It's already out of control completely out of control. We have a homeland security secretary his name. He's uboldo alejandro and he announced a couple of things today that are just head-spinning and is gonna make the recent surge at the border a thousand times worse first of all they want to do something about quote the separated families this was kind of a meth from the trump administration. Basically what we're talking about is parents who decided to send their children to the united states because they might get daca unaccompanied minors right right childhood. Arrivals we're not gonna go with you. But if they did go with them and they got deported back. The kids got to stay a lot of. The parents made the decision not to reunite with their kids because they want their kids to stay in america and since they can't when trump was president come to america. I want my child to stay in the us. We'll figure it out later. Or i'll maybe all illegally emigrate so today. This new administration announced that quote hundreds of these migrant. Children will be allowed to reunite with their families. Either in the united states in their home countries. And if it's in the united states they're going to have the chance to stay. It's open borders. This is going to bring us. This is going to bring us us another search nami takes your kid in there. And then we can all be in their tens of thousands hundreds of thousands and this is going to be broadcast all over mexico. Central america show america honduras guatemala el salvador in south america. Yeah we're gonna my god. This is big and claiming it's just for a certain these kids that were separated by trump. That's what they claim it's four but you know what the message will be like you. And i've talked about this and lincoln times. It'll be interpreted as open borders and then the child in and then you can get in. They know this they give a cover story because they know the lefty media is going to present the biden story. No no no biden says that you know they know what the real result is going to be. You're either encouraging people to come or your discouraging them this is going to encourage them to come period and his story if you say hey we're building a wall no more asylum you're going to have to remain in mexico. Then they know. okay. I'm not gonna come too much of a hassle. That's going to be huge headache. I'm going to be marooned in homeless for months or years but this means okay at the kids sneak in. We're good so the statistics are this is unbelievable about twenty. two hundred. Children crossed the border each week in february. That was the search. That's why they're setting up tents down in texas so here's yorker today talking about parents who send children as young as nine years old alone to the. Us mexico border here. He is trump administration expelled children to mexico And we are not expelling young children. We are not apprehending nine year. Old child who's come alone was traversed mexico whose parents whose loving parents sent their child alone. We're not expelling that nine year old child to mexico When that child origin of country of origin was guatemala honduras or el salvador. We are actually bringing that child into a border patrol station as a stepping point to get that child in the hands of hhs that has the capacity and the and the unique talents to care for the child. Healthcare workers mental health counseling and the like and moving that child to a sponsor as quickly as possible so we got a lot of money to spend out wake in whatever universe is sending a nine year old child on a thousands of mile journey. Not child abuse. Tyler danger moment. That's that's been this guy's universe now what he sent his kids. They're getting what he said his kid out two thousand miles to cross mexico to go to a country that may put you in a cage or a tent or south. That you don't have any home. Would you do that to your nine year. Can you imagine the mental and physical trauma of having a human smuggling drug cartels. Take you two thousand miles. I mean girls. All most of them get raped. What is he talking. This guy's a crazy extreme whack-job loving parents loving parents. Yeah boy i wish my parents said Set me on a two thousand mile journey by myself across mexico boy at the end of that. I'd say well my parents really loved me. Q believes this guy today. Also blamed trump for the border search. Oh it's hard to believe. This is crazy this guy but you know this is what you get. This is what you get by. Said he was going to do this stuff. And and now we're going to be stuck with this for at least two years until maybe congress changes hands and besides biden is barely even awake guarantees already bed sleeping. It's his crazy. Wack job leftist staff. That's what's running these policies. Joba joe's asleep. He doesn't know what's going on on the subject of the asylum seekers california that you is freeing up as much as twenty eight million dollars to help immigrants arriving from mexico that are being released in the us until their court dates. Yeah and you believe this for those of you who worked at the nineteen thousand businesses. That closed down exactly twenty eight million for the illegal aliens up for those of you and i believe it was well over a million who didn't get tax. You still didn't get unemployment checks at twenty million for you either loving parents. They're going to provide food. Help with travel districts and hotel rooms have one of the highest unemployment rates in the country nine so we told you buy dinners reversing. Trump's remain mexico policy so the asylum seekers are going to be released to the us. It's already happening. A lot of them are being released. Says here about twenty five people a day in san diego california is going to spend twenty eight million to house them to help them transport right what we don't even have schools for these geds school. They go to. We got twenty eight billion dollars. But but americans who owned businesses. You're bankrupt americans who worked at these businesses. You're bankrupt americans who didn't get the unemployment money because it was said to russia nigeria. You're bankrupt but you come here illegally. We got twenty eight million spread around story here says california's been the most generous with a besides the new funding. It's already spent twelve million to help thirty thousand asylum seekers at the border since trump was present. How does this make life better here. It does place is already in effect. One of the reasons that that the numbers from the virus have been so devastating. Is we took in so many poor people who were crunched together in these in these in these tiny apartments ten twelve people in a one bedroom apartment and they all got sick. Some of them died because of the density of housing density of housing was one of the biggest drivers of this virus in certain communities. Plus open borders crowd. That thinks that we can take on the world's poor and everybody that wants to come here are going to learn a hard lesson that this president this homeland security guy. They're out of their minds. We're going to be overwhelmed. They don't got can't imagine when this story gets back through news media that they're gonna let these families reunite and stay in. The united states is going over because they want to undermine the stability of our system. They know nothing good is going to come to this. They don't care they think it is morally wrong it. We have so many people with so much money in this country and forcibly. We're going to be forced to share the money. Give away the money. I boorda combines. We finish up john and ken. Kfi johny ken. show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Quick updates one of the leading forensic theories now is tiger woods may have either blacked out or fallen asleep behind the wheel when he crashed that car almost a week ago up at rolling hills estates well and mitt. Romney took a fall and got a nasty black i. Yeah i saw that the tiger woods thing. You're you're about the only person i heard who was skeptical of the whole. Oh it's just an accident. You know nothing to see here. I and i think people should be skeptical because it's brought up the fact that he didn't try to break right which tells me somebody's not in their right mind. It's not just an accident. He was going very fast. And you didn't try to break. He was completely not paying attention because he was on the phone oreos on something or he was just tired if he was he was losing control and aware of losing control. Wouldn't he be swerving left or right or left trying to stay on the road. He went just straight over the center center median and across all the way to the other side off to the to the grassy smashed signing off into the side of the road right and there's no evidence that he was trying to break this model of genesis has a blackbox in it. I don't know if they'll release the information inside the black box right so But i idea that it was just an accident. how and also today's doesn't add up to me. People showed up at dodger stadium for vaccine shots. It was closed some lady. They interviewed said she's got an appointment was for march first for her second dose. Garcetti said he confirmed that dodger stadium was closed today but said nobody made appointments bs woman. She had an appointment but they really are. They're incompetent they're not capable of doing what needs to be done here. They don't know how to do it. And the scam story of the day which had been hearing over and over again is that the legislature and gavin newsom reached an agreement for school reopenings. There's nothing mandatory in it. In fact they can't. It's up to local school districts. If to make these decisions all newsom can do is get rid of the stupid tier system that land the financial incentives for schools to reopen. They're holding of money out bribe. It's it's a bride abroad. La la school district. Two billion dollars would do the more. Why do they need more. Had two billion not covered in fact. Do we know if the money was spent on anything useful. Do we know. It was built on spent on ventilation system. Zenda glass mask to what they did with the money they got that. I think that was from federal care center right so they got two billion in federal money. Now they're going to get a huge check and state money and for what exactly or is this going to end up as a performance bonuses or some some nonsense like that have because teachers don't get paid enough basically what the legislature newsom we're trying to do is incentivize the schools to open. They can't make them open and they're saying you don't have to have full vaccines to do it but we know many school districts are not gonna do it. Does anybody have a job where you refuse to show up and then you get a call from the boss saying how about if we give you more money to show up on monday. We'll give you extra tapping to tim right. Oh always happens in radio came back. You take a few days off next thing. You know the men management's calling up we'll give an extra ten thousand dollars. What do you think right. But it wasn't for guys like you. And ken are pushing this recall. We'd never be here. Because this is all recalled based all of this one hundred percent everything every meeting. They have to decide what we're going to do. Next as based on how will that play in recall right. If there was no recall there would be no conversation about couscous. Come back till september and and the teachers unions not playing along right so they go for a cheap headlines saying well we've reached an agreement but there's nothing in there that forces them to go back to school and to open the school. We'll bring back. The younger teachers won't get affected by kofi. Leave old farts like me alone Dr race coming on tonight Pulmonologist out of saint. Joe may heard of him. Chris ancarlo talking about governor newsom in the schools. Plus mondo has left the program. But he's coming back at seven o'clock to a for a big announcement then matt money smith at eight. Oh five so i look. I don't normally say they usually say you know. This show sucks. But i say tonight. I dare you to find another show on the radio. Has this quality. that's tonight. well that's tonight up. You just announced tonight tonight. Maybe not tomorrow night. No chance. Friday no horrible. I'm the s. Okay all right. So i guess for the rest of the week is it might be the one good show the week that yeah this is it. Then we're going to breeze through to friday and it's raining on wednesday that's all. I thought she'd spent four hours in the golden globes. did you. can you believe that this is you know. Hollywood foreign press has not had a black guy or black girl on their board for decades and yet they keep preaching. You know you gotta take decades. Don't they don't. There's ninety people on the board of the hollywood foreign press. One of them is black. Not one and having been for twenty thirty years tells you they don't really care right but they're going to be forced into hiring two or three and They they can't go after them because they still want to win. Awards right yeah. That's i don't know why anybody would be interested in any this. Well you know what you're in the majority because they had five point. Four million people watch which means two hundred three hundred twenty five million americans last night said no yeah was hit five million. That's five point four million. Nobody cares anymore. Show says no movie theaters open but he can see these move. I don't know the movies don't other shows. I don't know the actors billion products out. There is time million movies even with the pandemic shutdown. I have no time dog with you. Real quickly somebody pitched is said over the weekend. You've got to watch the show on such and such and not only did i not know the show. I had no idea what the service was called the streaming. There's a new streaming out there like even heard of that. Yeah well every everything is Enter ten dollars you got to have twelve streaming services entered. Dwarf your cable bill. I guess it's called h. b. o. Or something right spiel max. Hbo or i'm still busy channel on tv. Ding dong string dog on kenny. Let's go got some year. You just didn't progress. You just still stuck in look. I never said you're hiring genius. Robin conway's dax is kfi am six. Forty that i thing. What is what station is this okay f. I n. k. o. s. hd two los angeles orange county live everywhere on the iheartradio app.
John & Ken Show Hour 1 (03/01)
"John and ken show john kobylt ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app areas. A lot happening here. Well recall season continues. Yeah as one. Big story for us here. On the john and ken show. The word came saturday that there was going to be announcement of a kickoff campaign against la county district attorney. George gascon we've long overdue. He only took office in december but he has already left the criminal justice system in la county to rubble honestly with his. What was it twelve directives. I think he issued ten something like that. I have a box. I have all the directives on my desk. This big thick stack of paperwork of Same thing nobody should be arrested. Nobody should be prosecuted to. Nobody should go to prison and if anybody's in prison let's see if we can get them out now and what he does is he. Drops a lot of the charges against the criminal even if it is a cop killer too severely reduce the chances of that criminal going to jail for any length of time. Yeah sentencing enhancements. I think that's the worst of this. Although all of these directives are abysmal that one has gotten the most anger from victims and from prosecutors and from da's around the state. So we're very excited to announce this a recall campaign kickoff. Which was saturday night. They had a victims right vigil outside the hall of justice in downtown. La and we're gonna talk. Now with steve. Cooley the former. Da he proceeded. Jackie lacey and also christina solano. She is the sister of deputy joseph. Solano he was the officer who was killed at that jack-in-the-box in two thousand nineteen shot in the back of the head. While he was off duty and standing in line inside the restaurant the suspect in the case nelson he also killed a skateboarder named dimitri cult. Sauve on the same day earlier in the day so he did two murders in one day and inexplicably gas code wanted to drop all the special charges against joseph solano. A judge said no and he denied the motion. And we're going to talk to christina. Solano and steve cooley christina. How are you hi. How are you a fine of what amount. How just describe the experience you have felt in this roller coaster of of having those charges filed against your brother's killer and then gascoyne trying to drop many of the enhancements and to have the charges reinstated. Talk about that. Well it's been a roller coaster. you know when this we first heard about what was going on with us on. We couldn't believe it. We're like what kind of person is this. I mean who. Is this guy i mean. Is this real. So you know it's just been like Unbelievable i mean. It was hard enough to realize what he was dropping without. Trawl death penalty. You know all these charges just killing people and so you know. I'm glad that you know. I went out with my story and let people know what this guy was. All about. So he So i'm just so glad that We got to have our case and the judge heard you know what was going on and he backed silence so we're back to life without parole so but yeah it's been it's been a ball. I'm like this guy he has to go. I mean it's just unbelievable what he's doing so many families so you're going to be campaigning for the recall. Oh yes actually. One of the chairs. You're one of the chairs. And steve rolling. But what do you make of all what's going on well. I attended a vigil on saturday. I must tell you. It was quite moving as the next of kin. So many murder victims got up and pulled their story How how much. They are hurting. The loss of a loved. One who was brutally killed and gas known has essentially all cases to shreds reducing every case to Spare minimum if he can and those victims are angry and they are going to be out there Long as many many others in this recall effort that's guarantee yeah the You know. I think they're really the lie that he really cross big time. Steve is the murder of police officers. We've been talking about that. We talked to you previously about la county sheriff's sergeant steven cohen. Who was murdered several years back and his widow tanya fighting this dropping of enhancements response. They give stephen that. Oh well and even we heard this from the former. Da before you gil garcetti. Who said all the murder itself will be enough time. We don't need enhancements to keep these guys in prison for life. How untrue is that well. It's quite untrue. Because there are special parole provisions for youthful offenders and special parole provisions for older murderers. So mr city is not up on the law. And i'm just glad i replaced him two thousand because we needed a change from him and now you more clear why. He was out of district attorney. Just like we're gonna get rid of gas going christina. Do you run into anybody in your private life. Who thinks that Cop killers should have their sentences reduced now one person. Are you kidding me. People think it's like a joke when you talk about it. People like they have no idea and the thing is he. He campaigned on these. Like on all these different things did not tell the people what what he was all out. So it's like when you tell somebody they're dropping. The charges on killing people people are like really. Is that real like they're in shot. There's like no way that there's an actual person that would want to do this. So it's just it's craziness steve in your line of work. I'm sure you you've run into some of these lawyers. Maybe a couple of days who believe in dropping the sentence iran's enhancements even if you're dealing with cop killers i mean how what percentage of of of da's and prosecutors really believe in guests goes philosophy. Well i think it's going to a new level however there are other self-appointed so called progressive the as in other cities counties philadelphia chicago one. We've got a couple here that california but he has taken to a new level and no one in the united states of america as chief prosecuting attorney as gone as far as he has in terms of unwinding proper charges that were brought according to the law. He's just Disregards the law. And that's the reason you're seeing this blowback from Many society 'cause all society wants is accurate justice according to the law and all gas go watches balogh together. Gold is phenomenal. Steve than could be count on the courts to reverse if he's going against the law that we have to do this. Recall already ordered him that he could not do certain things that were within his directives and other thank you may be able to do and the only solution they're wrong but the only solution for that is to recall him other lawsuits and there wasn't lawsuit brought by the association of deputy. Da the ultimate solution is recall. Get them out if someone in there. We'll actually obeyed his or her own. All the law and the constitution is not a complicated proposition. Where did did he not fully. Reveal himself when he was running for. Da or is much of the voting public. Just not paying attention. Jumpings happened one. He did not reveal the extent of what he was going to do. That was revealed two minutes after he was sworn in on december for shell shocked because they finding learn what he was going to do and the other thing that happened was the george soros and a couple of his cronies and silicon valley. I'll try to la four and a half million dollars into tv ads They can jackie last. You look bad and making george casco look good. That really really was not truthful. Campaign in ashes distorted. But now you know what the truth is coming out. There comes like the next of kin like christina and many many many others are taking up the charge. And they're saying we must recall. George gasco and nick. See i guarantee you. They are going to succeed because the public now is aware. Kind of the they have christina doing this campaign First of all of thirty posted on my facebook page. And you know whatever. I could do to get the word out. It's been on tucker. I've been on You know bill malaysian got me on channel. Eleven so all. I do is put the word out and you know and then obviously helping the recall effort Whatever they need from me to you know you know. Obviously get the word to you. Know all these people in la like this is. What's going on you guys you know. Obviously people i mean are in. Shell shock up. This is actually. They don't want crime out on the streets. I mean the sheriff has been wonderful helping us out. You know in our families and so you know it's. It's what i do whatever i could do. Well christine thanks christina. Thank you very much for coming on with us. We'll be talking it out there as well. How will be on this constantly margin. Awesome job steve. Newly thanks for coming on. Appreciate it and we'll be aggressive. Remember recalled george gas dot com. That's how they can find out how they can help. Recalled guests former la county da. Steve cooley yeah. That is the website. We'll talk more. we come back about. The timing of this signature is when we might get to vote on it. They've actually got a countdown on. That webpage recall george gaskin and it's g con dot com countdown to signing the recall petition. Da george casco is setting violent habitual criminals loose into our neighborhoods and the countdown is at six days. Sixteen hours forty four minutes and twenty seconds. And i guess that's to win the petitions will start to circulate. I assume that's what they're asked. They're saying we'll talk more. We come back. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere in the iheart radio app. We give them away money. No don done dun dun. It was the month of january february and january. I guess with both what it's march now. Today's march first citing that all right just with a twelve days away from turning the clocks forward getting all that daylight you love. Excellent life is getting better and after this one better and you feel it. It's like failing. Yeah liking it will base. I got baseball on tv. The dodgers spring training and they're allowing some fans. Right i know. Arizona going to offensive tickets in arizona right. Yeah they're going again this. This is the first woman. I've seen baseball so i haven't even noticed fans you can do your spring training trip with your buddies. They all eighteen percent capacity. Okay is it eighteen eighteen percent. Actually i just got Those are small stadium. So it's not a heck of a lot of people. I just got a bunch of texts from those guys. Maybe that's what they want to discuss. There you go all right so the big story Well as many of them today but over the weekend we learned that oh my god thankfully a recall. Effort has begun against la county district. George gascon you know why john they have to wait six days and hours. You have to be in office ninety days before creek started. We haven't gotten to ninety days of guests gone yet. that's that's how horrific gas going has been office december. Seven people want to recall him before he served ninety days. Well yeah what would we call the first week. As soon as i saw those directives the first day. You know. I tell you there there. There's different reasons to recall politicians in this case. This guy has such horrific destructive ideas. You don't want to wait for him to do a bad job clearly. He's going to do a lot of terrible things. He's beta beta. It absolutely crystal clear that his idea is even cop killers. Aren't going to spend much time in prison. This crowds these crowds. That have been taken over portland and seattle marching in the streets for their form of justice. That's him that's the from the police right completely. End the police. This end immigration and customs enforcement and end incarceration. That's what they want. Open borders so i keep going abolish prisons abolish prisons. I think that new prosecutor that he hired the other day we were talking about. She has posted things like that. Oh that crazy woman on his campaign now. She went from public defender to one of his top deputy prosecutor writing and she said even qualified to do that. She hasn't had any experience prosecuting crimes here. Today there's another neighborhood in la. It's melrose fairfax area. They're really concerned about rising crime and they're trying to figure out what's going on. Well this is part of the picture here. This man they're the first ones you've got blasted by the riott. Yes and they're still feeling it. Oh yeah some horrific crimes going. Of course you already know. La's had a record year and a half year of shootings. So we've tried the experiment. Okay we went with no police. No enforcement let them burn things. Let them loot and destroy a. Let's stop prosecuting them. Let's not have any bail anymore. Let's drop enhanced been charges on murder we. We've given that a run right anybody happy. I think what's going to work in the in. The campaign is the fact that he's letting these these cop killers get out of prison much earlier than they ever have before. That's going to work on people. I mean we ran into that problem years ago when there were ballot initiatives that we supported that. We're going to do something about that. Raise public employee. Pensions remember that. Yeah but someone plate one card on the table. That really hurt. And that's oh. They're trying to take away the pensions for the widows. A police officers and firefighters. That's all they're trying to do. And that worked on people. Well now we use that to our advantage. And i hate to put it that way but we need it because i feel really bad for all the rest of the victims of these murderers when you have someone that kills a police officer particularly in the line of duty that is the worst people want the worst punishment. Possibly a lot of people still want the death penalty but they'll take one hundred years in prison. This guy wants to reduce it to twenty units and that and they'll get out early you know they'll get out early. They wouldn't even serve the twenty. They'll they'll be good time behavior credits. They'll be time credited for what she served in jail awaiting trial that they'll be if you know that like you said there's there's juvenile paroles now there's elderly parole rules and that kicks in at the age of sixty right or is it fifty fifty fifty. Yeah yeah. I think he's fifty five. I think it's fifty eight enter parole so no because the feeling is all to wall to re-offend day todd spitzer use the term the other day the only thing you can accept outside of the death penalty is l. wop life life without parole role without the possibility of parole known yet. No nothing in parentheses. Nothing right now. Four words that's it. So here's what we're dealing with. After the wording of the recall petitions approved and again. It can't be for six more days because he's not been in office ninety days they'll have one hundred sixty days to collect the signatures. That's what they need is ten percent of the county's more than five point eight million registered voters so that would be upwards of five hundred eighty thousand signatures though obviously want to get a lot more than that well over a million probably and the private facebook group it says here for the recall effort has already forty thousand members. They may not be. La county residents to sign the petition. You're going to have to be in. La county registered voter bets. Going to be the rule here. So we'll keep an eye on this recall. George gaskin dot com. If you're looking for more information now but the actual petitions can't stop start circulating for about six more days. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi johnny john kobylt ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty five everywhere on the iheartradio app. Now right well. He became official. We've got another vaccine that we're going to have in circulation very shortly johnson johnson astrazeneca's not far behind that and i think there's another one nova something so it's going to be lots of vaccines coming in the weeks ahead. Of course there's still a crunch trying to get vaccinated. We'll be talking to mark remillard. Abc news for kfi about the johnson and johnson vaccine which got the go-ahead from our fda. That's coming up after three o'clock. Oh and there's quite a bit of news on the bugle blower governor andrew cuomo the whole world's collapse studies head and now he's lawyered up. He's wired a criminal defense lawyer. It's not just the nursing homes. It's the sex harassment. Claims that this person this firm will probably have to work on and there were a number of developments. I said this last week. I said if somebody else comes forward. That's when the chips are really going to fall on this guy. Yeah and the woman did come forward over the weekend. With another claim the first woman We'll get dismissed as a nutcase and then once the second one comes in You gotta get the lawyers. I blew the bugle. Well that's what you're asking for He did apologize. We'll explain just trying to have fun. I love apologies that have to be beaten out of people. I wish there was something. I think anybody any politician figure that has to give an apology after a merciless beating in a by the media. Or their accusers. You have to be strapped to a lie detector test while you give the apology. We want to seize the sincerity level here or is that something public relations hack wrote for. You just flirtatious fun. The big announcement today. That's not really a big announcement breaking news everywhere. This morning gavin newsom and his democratic hack friends in sacramento have reached an agreement to quote open schools. But the bottom line is your local. School district is going to have to decide to do that. There's nothing mandatory about this as a bogus story. It's a right now. they're gonna get money. That's not that's not bogus they're going to give the school district's two billion dollars to try to make them help them make the schools safer didn't. La students unified already. Get two billion dollars to open up. That was from the cares act. Yes from the fed's some cases so so now they're going to get more buddy. Well they have six hundred thousand students so you do the math. That's not that much per student but it doesn't work. That was about the air filter systems. And what are they are. They building new schools. They might have to so the plan is to get kindergarten. Or i'm sorry. Tk transitional kindergarten. Isn't that like preschools that used to be preschool preschool. In the normal world yeah yes. Tk through second grade by april first a week or two earlier than the legislature proposed on their own. That's it still going to be another month. This bill is assembly. Bill eighty six expected to pass later this week. It provides financial incentives to school districts that offer in person instruction in counties with fewer than twenty five new daily confirmed coronavirus cases per one hundred thousand residents says almost all of california counties currently meet that because the virus has slowed big time. I think tomorrow the going to redo the tears. Because i can't believe all these counties are still the purple tier because it was because they set the bar so high to get out of the purple tier. Nobody can get out of the purple tier and nobody's going to for months in until maybe the end of the summer. When you have a high vaccination rate that that tier system he ought to be recalled for that tier system alone because he came up with something confusing that no one can easily follow and he gave up on it. Remember ten into regions who are all together in the southern california region. Now we're back into the tier colors for count and yeah he got really got rid of the region's went back to the tears but the numbers in tears means nothing can open. I i mean this mismanagement and what you know what i fear is. People are not aware of how badly managed this was with his tears and his instructions. And that they're gonna forget nice things open. What screw up. He's been and and i don't think people are going to realize the damage that was done to the children. I wish you could hold the vote next week because it's important to you have people still in that mode of anger over this and you're right looking back months from now they might just forget about it. Oh but no no this. This is a colossal screw up and and other states didn't do this most other states have at least some schooling going on and have for quite a while another thing. I know of a private school in the west side. that My friends kids go to end on friday. The school sent out an email saying hey show up monday. We're going to be open. And that was just like that like flipping a switch because they were prepared. They'd spent whatever money they had to spend. They gone through the rehearsal. They're ready to go it. None of this you know in about a month you know where we've come to an agreement about a month. We're going to spend some money and you know we're gonna take a vote and we'll see how what tier in it's like. No we're open. Listen to this formula for the money. There's two billion. I mentioned school. Districts and counties that meet the virus case threshold and do not open by april. I will lose one percent of their share of the two billion reopening funds for each school day. The distance learning is the only option. That's offered so that's have they're going to quote con percent penalize schools that don't get open but if you don't meet the deadline you lose all the money but the the vaccinations are not a requirement. You can reopen the school without having all the teachers and the staff faxon so that was one of the teachers union things at least got thrown to the side by this. And you're probably aware today that it was starting today. The teachers are cleared to be vaccinated. I think the s-o-f-i stadium the home of the rams and the chargers is open for teachers to commit and get their checks in hopeful. Speed things up putting aside thousands and thousands of accedes for the teachers. Now if they were gonna do that. Why didn't they do that at the beginning. Now if that's what the teachers are demanding and you're gonna do it anyway. Then why not do it at the beginning so that the kids would have Two extra months of school. Maybe this could have started in january instead of april. I'm saying it's it's all the little things that escape attention right. If it's not the headline you're not gonna notice that. There's don't reason that we're giving the vaccines now in march. Why was this the magic date. I don't know. I i you know they have so i. It's really strange. Because normally this society was very future oriented and kid oriented right and for some reason we became very oriented towards worrying about the elderly and the ones were in the nursing homes and not. The kids lives right. And that's a flip of the way we used to value thinks that the the children especially the minority kids have been so so damaged disrespected and devalued as really surprised. Because the first time. I've ever seen it but you know it's led by the teachers union. The teachers union. They really don't care. I really don't care now. And in fact they're beginning to vote now about whether or not they're going to refuse to return to the classroom. I think it started today. Yeah they're going to start this week. That's going to be an interesting vote because you're not if they were has mandatory returned to the classroom whether they can read whether they should refuse right. And i wonder if they're going to hold onto that demand that the kids have to be vaccinated. Here is how it works. I guess vote means you agree with. Ucla's leadership and will join your union brothers and sisters in siblings and organizing to resist a forced return to school sites until three conditions for safety have been met. That's how they're doing not to slanted not to loaded and the three the three conditions. La county has to be below the purple tier. Vaccines are made available. Educators and safety protocols are in place. that's pretty broad. Why don't you know they're gonna define the safety protocols. I imagine they can get pretty crazy and it's going to constantly keep changing changing right. You know the real art of this is moving the goalposts at which is what newsom did with with all his tears and regions and colors and all the nonsense is is Local politicians thought they had met all the requirements and the newsom would change them. Oh i the businesses will tell you that they they they twist themselves to pretzels trying to adhere to the city codes and the state codes and this and that and then they do it everything would change and then to be told no no. You're you're up to code and boom. You're closed again. I couple of newsom stories bubbled up over the weekend. He's getting some national attention over this recall. I mean with trump out of office. This is now the most interesting political story. That's playing out pretty much. We'll talk about it next. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt and ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere on. The iheartradio app never cease to be abusing the headline a tv actor at the capital during the siege back on january sixties facing assault interference charges for using his crutch as a weapon with his crutches started swinging. Ludwig gotta take back the government. Get out of that that it could be a deadly weapon. Crutch piece a heavy piece of wood wax somebody on the forehead with that. He's somebody with that taken. I out mark. remillard will join us. After three o'clock about the johnson and johnson vaccine which has gotten the okay from the government will have the rundown on that story. Coming up for you and of course governor. Cuomo not good now. The wagons are starting to circle around this guy. I mean i. It was just a new york post story for weeks but slowly but surely other media and yes. Democratic politicians are saying. Yeah we need to take a look at this. It may not be good news for coal. They resisted for a long time. Newsom appears in a couple of stories. Of course the governor facing recall recall gavin twenty twenty dot com. Turn eleven updated five. Oh five on signatures and of course a fresh update during the week as they get closer and closer to the two million goal. They're looking for. They have to turn these signatures. This month now comes up in about two weeks. Is there deadline for signatures compered indoors at a restaurant in fresno county and of course after what new some did it. The french laundry restaurant any time. He appears indoors at a restaurant. People want to know what's going on and yes at a restaurant in fresno county we're indoor dining is not allowed so right away. Everybody wanted to know what's going on. Is he having another meal with his buddies now. He was there to meet with the restaurant's owners who received relief grant so this part of his anti recall tour. He's been going to vaccination sites. And now i guess. He stopped in at a restaurant to say here. We gave you money. We care about you guys. Now we care. I saw a story you know how many businesses have closed permanently in california nineteen thousand two hundred nineteen thousand. Is he going to go on a tour and meet with the nineteen thousand business owners and apologize for destroying their lives. Doesn't look like it. Yeah that's that's the apology to say photo op with one. That got some money right. And of course the celebrities with them george lopez. Why is he there. He's apparently friends with the owner and loves the food there. I don't know why he was there. Okay says lopez endorsing the restaurants food but other food. He's not endorsing newsom though. I don't know why that couldn't have been a coincidence that they're both there together. Here's about twelve seconds of audio. There was apparently a tiktok video that was made. How do i find out if i can get a vaccination george gotta go to my turn dot gov thank you governor. Wonderful service jewish larry's the hell is that. That was george lopez. Now i know what what what is that. That's what they were doing inside the restaurant filming that stupid thing. They were promoting the fact that the restaurant owner got some grant. Money trying to save newsome's job. And i guess george lopez looking for publicity. I don't know the yeah that okay. It's that's what you get when you get out of work. Comedians never found him that funny. I didn't understand the appeal as to have a show. George lopez show yet a late night. Talk show for a couple years. Oh i thought. He had a sitcom to a sitcom to yeah no he. He got a lot of mileage. Whatever it is he does. The other story is saturday night. Live and. I don't think we have much audio here so probably i watched the whole sketch. Oh then you can explain it better with some sort of game show about vaccines. Yes so you think. You're eligible for a vaccine. I think that title and They had Kate mckinnon playing Dr fauci interesting had a woman. Playing dr fauci. Yeah i'm looking at her picture. And then and i don't know the names of all these guys on saturday night live because i i didn't watch it for a long time because everything was about trump and alex moffat plays news right so yeah so and he had his hair slicked back. He had a big white goofy grin. Oh yeah the deputy do it. Yeah he was deputy dude up and he just looked really stupid. He played them like just a grinning oath. And like the intro. He's hated by every single person in california except the ten people he had did it with a napa that one time. Yeah that was that was funny at it. Wasn't that funniest sketch. there were a couple routes. That was yeah it was. It was pretty lame. I watching it. I thought wow you could have done a whole lot. Better like it was a great idea but But the writing kind of sucked at its prime. You would watch that. Show the first half hour pretty good and then after that. I remember being ninety minutes. It's really just dragged don. Sometimes they just stood there not sure because it's live weren't sure what to do next. It's like this. Is you run out of material. Something like bombs front you. What do you do nothing. Dance and sing right. You don't show it on a rerun. Well here's the died twelve seconds. We have okay judges all of our contestants desperately want the vaccine but an essential worker can differ in every state so in california. It's police hospital staff neuropathy and psychics. That was that was the big well. That's the new some guy. That's the new guy. Yeah he also responded point teeth white bodies type. Covert pretty bad. That was a newsom invitation. That was his opening line. When i think that she asked him. How are things going in california. And he said teeth white boy. It's a long robot days. Where rich little could do a pretty good vegetation. She was supposed to be anti. Yeah pour it was. I didn't watch it until i saw it floating around the internet. So i thought i wanted to see what they do right right so so i watched. I watched the whole sketch. I kept waiting for it to get funny and i wanted to keep watching it because i didn't know if there'd be that magic moment where they really nailed newsom and then at the end of it. It's like oh man. I just wasted nine minutes. He's trash so i think george lopez funny writer. Yeah probably was. I don't know so hard times for comedy these days. Everybody walked themselves in comedy. Have to stick. That went into the recall that little scratchy lopez. I coming up next. We'll talk about the johnson. Johnson vaccine then more. John and ken show debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty.
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"John and ken show john kobylt ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Where charging right along if you go to our webpage. Kfi am six. Forty dot com. The john and ken page it says on air to six pm. Not one but two recalls. That's right the recall gavin newsom petitioned link. It's a link. You can't get the petition from us. You go to their website which is recalled gavin. Twenty twenty dot com. But we have a link to get you there. And the new one recalled george geico dot com which they will have underway. I think beginning sunday only have to do is submit signature to have to wait until he's in office. Ninety days we brought to the story yesterday that the movement began over the weekend. But you can go to recall. George gascon dot com to find out more and get yourself ready just remember. Misses the county. You have to be a registered voter in la county to participate in the recall but he can certainly donate find out information. Help at any way you can at recall. George gas golden dot com so this morning near the mexican border an suv. That might have been carrying up to twenty seven. People crashed into a semi loaded with gravel and fifteen people killed. Yup this is in imperial county not that far from the us. Mexico border and the stories changed a bit in terms of the number of people in the suv. The number of casualties and telling us well. We'll see if we can find out from alex stone about the particulars of how this happened. Let's bring alex stone. Abc news from kfi on in. Hey guys yeah. The have been fluid all day. Originally the hospital el centro a medical center. They were saying twenty-seven then they said twenty eight. Were in the suv. But the number is now down to twenty five. The chp Saying that it was a calculating everybody going to different hospitals and some being double counted but still twenty five people. Inside of a ford expedition is pretty unimaginable of how they got everybody in there and the c. h. visas. Even they don't get it that they're trying to figure out they can see and the the wreckage that there are some seats in there but had some been removed. Otherwise how do you get twenty five people in there. But it was round the six o'clock this morning six fifteen that This is all down in the holtville area. Which is outside of el centro in imperial county and there was a big rig. A gravel hauling. Big rig going down the highway one fifteen. Stay right one. Fifteen and then. The suv maroon expedition. Pulled out or didn't stop at a stop sign at an intersection at speed. Probably fifty five miles an hour which is speed limit along the highway. One fifteen for a big rig or maybe even a little bit above that slammed into the side of that. Suv that the pulled out in front of them but now everybody wants to know and then we definitely want to know what we're twenty five people doing in that suv not only. How did they do that. But why did they do that. And this is an update. We got just a moment ago. From chief omar watson the chp. He says they're trying to figure that out as well. so the question is farm workers emigrants. We don't know that it's to true. Learn the investigation to see what they were doing where they're coming from. That's why we've assembled this team of personnel from all agencies to ascertain exactly where they're coming from an exactly what happened now. They brought in the border patrol. Vp is part of this and other agencies as well the mexican consulate They're working with to figure out who these people were. We know a lot of them. Didn't speak english and is it. Human smuggling is at form workers going out in the field at six o'clock in the morning. That would seem like that's plausible as well. So they're going down all of those roads and they just announced after saying. The two o'clock news conference was their final news conference. There would be nothing more. They just said they have some new developments. They're going to hold another news conference at three thirty and in fact Just a moment ago. I got a phone call from somebody at the chp to tell me what that's going to be so we don't know yet but they've got some announcement that they're going to make in twenty minutes. Would they really stuff twenty five people into an suv. Just to work in the field for the day. I seems unlikely. Yeah i mean people who are in that area say yes then that. If they're having kids. I understand their age of sixteen to fifty five age range Well yeah here. They break down. The drain just are sixteen to fifty five hundred injured and twenty to fifty five for past away Obviously that was not meant for that. Many people It's unfortunate that number people were were put into that vehicle because there's not enough safety strings to safely. Keep those people within the vehicle and we know the The suv driver from mexicali. Twenty two years old. that may change. That may be what they're about to announce because there's been a number of different ages that they've given on that suv driver and then the driver of the big rig who's got moderate injuries but is alive and doing all right sixty nine years old but they do point out just because driver was from mexicali. There are a lot of people go back and forth everyday for work and that's not uncommon is not illegal that there are in the the border region. There are a lot of folks who have mexican citizenship or mexican driver's license who come in every single day and then go back later in the day. So but i can't imagine that. They went across the border with twenty five people in that expedition. Likely they had to fill that up on the us side. I don't know what the border crossing near. There is like and whether or not that's a corridor yen collects mexicali alexa border-crossing. But you normally wouldn't get across with twenty five people and then that would raise some red flags that mostly men in the suv men and women. We don't have a complete count of of both. But they say men and women. I guess on the number of people were thrown from that thing in the impact. I've seen the photos that yeah the because nobody or very few were belted in and so a lot of people rejected. The driver of the suv was killed immediately and We're told that there were a lot of walking wounded. Who had gotten out of there and they were stumbling around and then others who were thrown quite a ways. When you think you're hit by something going fifty five miles an hour and it was broadside into that. Suv that people were just ejected. Right out of the side of it and they were all over the place. Oh would they call the team. Which is the major accident. Investigation team from the chp. Their work at it now. They've been down there all day and we just got word. The ntsb is going as well not a full. Go team a collared but an accident investigator in charge in a couple of other investigators. They're going to be working at so that scene is now frozen and it's going to be for a while with the ntsb coming in that still at this moment. The big rig is into that and it's just parked there and the mate team is beginning Spray paint and evaluate and measure things and try to put together their investigation. And then tomorrow it looks like the ntsb will be on scene. So you know the particulars of the site of the crash. Was there a stop sign for the suv. And not so for the big rig on the highway. How was that. They're exactly what we understand is that there was a stop sign that they don't know if the the suv stopped and then went and pulled out in front of the suv. The suv was going down the highway and didn't need to stop. And or if if they just barreled right through the stop sign and there were some beginning to speculate well with twenty five people in there in an older. Suv that they. They may not have been able to stop the brakes but the chp did bring up today. That an expedition can carry a boat or a trailer or anything else. So the weight of twenty five people shouldn't be that great for an expedition where you wouldn't be able to stop at a stop sign but they don't have the brakes are going to figure all that out. It does look like that. The big rig tried to stop in that it was empty. It didn't have any gravel in the gravel. Holler and jack knifed. When the driver tried to hit the brakes they're looking at skid marks and everything else but when he hit the brakes or when he stopped in hitting the vehicle then those trailers behind them came forward and ended up jack-knifing so looks like he saw the the car and slammed on the brakes. It was too late. He kept going here too much weight and went right into all right alex. We'll see if you find out anything else coming up with the next update from you. Gotta thanks guys. Very much alex stone. Abc news kfi on the horrific collision between a big carrying gravel and an suv. With what we now understand was twenty five people inside ages sixteen to fifty five not far from the mexican border in imperial county. This crash happened just after six. Am this morning with thirteen. People having lost their lives more coming up john and ken. Kfi john and ken show. John kobylt ken she pope. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Never sure if the bathroom here usually jump right in there takeoff. I didn't win you're slower. I thought slump. We're on the bowl. Elvis hey this is perfect. This tells you all you need to know about everything with the states and the pandemic we told you last hour. The texas governor. Greg abbott has lifted restrictions there in fact beginning next wednesday march tenth. Texans will not be required to wear masks in a bid to reopen texas one hundred percent. Abbott said he will rescind the state's previous executive orders and allow all businesses to reopen at maximum capacity. Now here comes. The update gavin newsom on twitter. Posted simply two words absolutely reckless. There you go right there by the way the second largest state by population third and deaths behind new york and california. We've talked about florida before. These two states have not been as nutty with the lockdown restrictions and have suffered no worse consequences and we have four it simply unhappy and by the way i'm also getting tired of the death count here. We've had a year for everybody to figure out how to avoid the virus and if you haven't figured out by the year after year this is this is darwinism. If you've got all those what do they call them. Quote co morbidity ness you've got diabetes. You're obese hypoglycemia rats right if you haven't figured out how to stay away from the virus this darwinism you're living unhealthy. You accumulated all these medical conditions because you lived on healthy and the whole world's gonna shut down forever because of you i it that well yeah basically. It's like well everybody else who didn't get one hundred pounds overweight and eat badly for for twenty or thirty years that we've got we've got to live our lives. I it's true you do and and as far as the elderly concerned the same thing. I mean if you haven't figured out a way to keep your members of your family out of the way you know flatten the curve. That's what we were told. We didn't want the hospitalizations to get out of control. Well we had a couple of scary times in the state particularly just a month or two ago. But we're out of that now and abbott added this. He said they expect seven. Million vaccine shots have been distributed in the state by next wednesday. He says that's also a factor in this decision to safely reopen. And he added. This which is really important is never emphasized enough. It's kind of what you're saying in your roundabout way. He said this does not end personal responsibility. There followed the safe standards. You need to contain covert. They want people to be adults so they want to trust people a bit were wearing last everybody and everything down and put businesses out of commission. I've never understood this. If you wearing a mask is a smart thing to do. Then we're the mask and if you don't wanna be around maskless people then don't go around them. What's what what's difficult about this. Keep your mask on and keep your distance from other people. You don't want to go into a restaurant that's at full capacity. Don't go in your freedom. People also have the freedom to earn a living. The owner is the freedom to run a business or waiters and waitresses and the cooks have the freedom to work and make money and the other diners have the freedom to enjoy dinner. You have the freedom to stay home and get grub deliveries. They get angry because they think well. You're just gonna keep the virus going. You're going to be sound. We got our is and even though there'll be less cases it's still around. It's not going to be around by. I don't think so if the transmission will be so so minimal. If biden's when i predict a year from now we'll still these scare stories two cases today of covid downtown los angeles. We must remain vigilant a year from now. I'm predicting that's what the off button for. That was the joke. I had about measles. And i'll never forget that you even freaked out found measles and cvs. I go to that. Cvs shah chose not to go to the cvs. Which i can't stand going into anyway but didn't you have measles or have a vaccine for measles. Anyway what was your fear. I would actually. When i was a kid named worn off like a lot of things i just don't i don't a disease where weird things pop out of my skin. Did you have measles i did. I think i know. I chicken pox when i was twenty. I taken pox while. I know that because i got shingles so i know i know i gotta get shingles shot to shit. It's called sing rex. Chaggaris no it's ching rix. Yeah i think it's s. h. i. n. g. Rex expensive singles with the last letter is our rex. Insurance cover that i think. Yeah i think the insurance for my shots is that that is. That is the most expensive Vaccine i think out there i remember. This is a couple years ago. I got both i got that and i got i kinda vaccine. The same tiny put one in each arm and the next day. I was akwa sleepy. Don't feel a little side effect from this. The if i'd stolen truth and everyone will have have access to a vaccine by the end of may then then this'll be gone that right so then why not. Let's get rolling here and if you're not up for it Wait till it's gone. You jumping the gun. No no you don't have to. They can wait. That's the thing they can wait. But it'll take longer if you continue to get virus now three months it'll be over Coming up next. Well this'll tell you all you need to know about la county district attorney. george gascon. we're gonna go back and take a look at who gave him all the money to run his campaign for offices elliott county. Da versus what. Jackie lacey got an who she got it from. I mean he wanna take sides here. This should make sure. Yeah here why are you should join the recall. Yeah it's funny Maybe some of that money you pay every month the net To gascons as like that. Johnny khadka fide and john and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well we're gonna see what we can do when we talk next hour to a couple people about The la county health department trying to shut down a long time described as iconic west. Hollywood restaurant you may have heard about the problems concerning the classic cat. It's on sunset boulevard in the sunset strip area and they have just been hassled and harassed nonstop over not meeting. The dining protocols could call it particularly when it comes to their outdoor. Dining patio ridiculous. Anyway we'll talk to dr a representative of the People that own the classic cat after the la county health department is filled with p. Brain did the dance at the bar. Lancaster dan she was a hand wringing the sanitizer offer hands for rare really as a big lie that they're on the dump pile why they're moment is fading. Very rapidly. biden says three months. We're all gonna vaccines three months. They're going to continue to hold news conferences though warning us right for months after that even a year from now. Oh my god. There's been one case found off button. That's off buttons or everybody has the vaccine every. Just turn off all the facts start now since said. That should have been part. Two of Rick rick says what is it. The governor of texas abbott. What's his first name. greg. Greg greg abbott. So he says everything opens up lew abbott but costello hundred percent and the second part. Was everyone turn off all media sources now and for the next three months. Just stop watching the news. Stop listening to this nonsense. Go live your life have a good time. Life is not meant to Spend staring at a screen and getting scared from crazy people so if you want a little more about the attempted recall from office of la county district attorney. George gascon and that recall will begin in earnest and just about five days. I have to wait till he's office for three months or ninety days and that won't happen until this weekend took office on december seventh There's a good reminder in this archived story from deadline about who gave the most money to the campaigns of george gascon and his opponent jackie lacey. Well it's all the hollywood elites that's who gave money to gas going along with this bozo. George soros backed him. That's the people that have no idea what effect this is going to have on the public safety of people in los angeles county when you have a da. Who's on the side of the criminals nor is the victims and their families. Let me let me tell you you see this list. And it's an all star cast of Hollywood heavyweights all of them. I am sure live in mansions live on hilltops. Live in gated communities have tall fences security security personnel at at the front of their gate and none of them ever have to worry about one of the bad guys coming and shooting them because They live privileged lives and as Alex via waivers said yesterday. The la county sheriff Most of the victims are black and hispanic and they're being killed by black and hispanic criminals. Right and people send gas you own or these Often white hollywood elites wrench white liberal can change the course of social justice by freeing all the criminals rich white. You put it out. They'll be safe from. They're safe from all all. This progressive woke crap that the hollywood crowd is into. They don't have to deal with the consequences. They don't have to deal with the homeless. They don't have to deal with the immigration other than Those are the people they employ their homes They don't have to deal with the criminals being led out early and by the way. Now they're in favor of cop killers getting white sense. I think this is what you ought to know about these people. I don't have any celebrity reverence for people. Just because they star. Tv shows are they make movies. Dopey narrow worship is dopey. It is hero worship. And and they think they have special dispensation because they literally live above us all well they. They provided all the money for the for gascon to defeat. Jackie lacey well leading the way or close to it is. The boss of netflix is reed hastings. He gave five hundred thousand dollars to the gas golden campaign and it looks like his wife patti quinlan equivalent dropped one point seven five million into the gas gascoyne campaign. What's her story. I don't know but Money campaign directly and the pack. All these would have guessed all these silly entertainment reporters and the news reporters are just a silly. Wouldn't be great if reed hastings and his wife were cornered at some hollywood event and said why did you spend so much money on a guy who wants to let cop killers out early really i. How about. I mean let's take that It was joseph saldana. Deputy killed at the jack in the box. Yeah yeah and his sister on yesterday. Shot in the back of the head of the jack in the solano so on. Excuse me you His killer could get out in twenty years or less that a shot in the back of the head. I'm just ambushed right. Oh execution the guy. The cop was off duty. He's probably ordering a burger right. Ex- acute in the back the head and reed hastings. Now i realize is the ceo of netflix's so that makes him his life vastly more important. They have really been detective. Joseph solano right i mean. He was just a sheriff's deputy. he was. Just a sheriff's deputy but reed hastings. Iran's netflix that flexes the coolest thing so he from mount netflix's can say i stole thousands of dollars on the george gascoyne campaign so this cop killer can get out early. Oh thank you mr hastings. Thank you king as things excellent wonderful. The rest of the crowd here awarded brothers Tv boston channing. Dungy and affects executive vice president. Georgina ballymun another documentary maker in entertainment one. Tv chief this is all the tv. Hollywood people just like the cliches. They're given the money to back the man they wanted to be. La county da. So he can be on. The side of the criminals is their version of criminal justice reform on the other side jackie. They've got all their money from big california correctional peace officers association by the l. a. police protective league. Something called the neighborhood safety coalition. That's who gave her. The the cops were endangered. Every day gave gave money to jackie lacey. So that the cop killers at least could be put in prison for life. If put to death but reed hastings and the rest of these tv moguls they want the cop killers to run free. Steven spielberg gave buddy. George gone steven. Spielberg mr compassion. Any what what's with all these compassionate woke progressives who want cop killers to be let out early so what they could kill another cop i. I'm trying to figure out what's what's the angle here. Why do you wanna cop killers early. If you're steven spielberg well a lot of these. Progressives fans of police officers but the what you mentioned before be unleashing these criminals back into the neighborhoods where a sheriff waiver said. The victims will be people of color. Here's a clue. They're very few victims of Of murder in Wealthy hollywood neighborhoods almost ever happens when it does. It's it's it's again if news Almost every day there's killings going on in poor neighborhoods black and hispanic neighborhoods And and it's black and hispanic victims overwhelmingly and the the the with this sentencing. This new sentencing scheme. They're not even going to be charged with the most serious crimes. They're not going to be sentenced for very long. I mean guests go wanted to go and let out past criminals early. He wanted to reopen all the cases until a judge said no. He wanted re-jigger current cases until the judge said no. He wanted to legal things but fortunately stopped at least for now. So now i can do. Is the future crimes and and reed hastings spielberg ask. What are they care. it's not them. It's not their families assets. It's just really just makes you sick. And i don't understand it never will understand it and of course they're never questioned about this stuff. I we got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt and ken. Chiampou kfi am six. Forty light everywhere. On the iheartradio app we'll be joined by investor of the restaurant called the classic cat on sunset boulevard in west hollywood after the news at four o'clock also joining us will be his attorney. Rod pacheco because they're suing to try to keep that restaurant open the la county health department. Come down a time and time again over pandemic violations. A lot of it has to do with their outdoor dining situation. We'll find out more but they felt like they had no other choice now but to actually go to court to try to survive this. It's crazy what's been going on for too long one more note. We were talking about all the hollywood fools who gave billions of dollars in total. George gascon George soros was the king of that million and a half dollars he. He is not just a a boogeyman. he's he's real. And he spent a million and a half dollars financing gas gone and hopefully we can end that in a few months. Yeah with a recall recall. George gaskin dot com another one bites the dust that convicted serial killer by the name of roger reecey kibi. Who has dubbed again. I hate this. The i five strangler. That's what he did to women. And he often took souvenirs like their hair or some of their personal items with him to remember his killings. He was found. John unresponsive his jail cell over the weekend with another Inmate looking down at him well standing there somewhere. One report says he was looking down on some savings. Just another part of the cell. The killer we believe is jason boudreau forty years old. A kibi was eighty one. They didn't actually. They'll convict him until about thirteen years ago of a number of these murderers they think he killed at least seven women together because they both got consecutive life sentences. They were not on death row. So that's why they were sharing a sack. I if one guy kills the roommate. That's great news stories of the day. Kibi did this over two decades. He was first convicted in one thousand nine hundred ninety one of strangling a seventeen year old woman to run away from seattle and then he got twenty five years to life in prison for the one thousand nine hundred eighty seven murder and then dna linked him to another of other killings where they think he may have killed six other women over a period of years so they had another trial and that's where he got the more consecutive life sentences in exchange for not going after the death penalty wonder how many he did that they never knew. Yeah because he reach a dead. He's eighty one. I'm sure he was doing this when he was Twenty one there's probably rapes Murder that he committed Going back to the nineteen sixties and seventies down. Because i i would think he would be At in his prime probably even more violent and murderous and number of these women were also sexually assaulted. Some were strangled with their own clothing. Line one woman was strangled with her tank. Top yet for the first murder he was known for was a woman that he lured into a van to discuss cosmetics job in september nineteen seventy seven saying. His office was under construction. There's a tip his not to go into van of a stranger who claims that that's his office for the day. His murderer we believe the guy that was standing in the cell and probably killed the strangler guy was in prison because he killed his girlfriend who we thought was going to go to the police and turn them in for his drug crimes. He was also a pimp weird about that though is he. Put her body the trunk of his car and eventually just right to the police station and admitted his crime and the reason was he said well. They're watching me. They're gonna find me anyway. He had some issues that was some pyramids there Yeah you know. Sometimes people just find each other in this life. I think we've all had a bad roommate. But boy nothing like these guys battle. Another restaurant shutdown over crazy. La county health orders. We'll be talking to an investor for the classic cat and sunset strip along with his attorney and what. They're trying to do to battle this kind of next john and ken show. Debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty.
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I know and bald Ryan so hot, I know it's hot out, and it didn't Joyce when from unseasonably cool to super hot which, which I hate because cool everything I do is work for some physical form of work, and the heat, just man. It's a bitch when you're out in the back of the shop, and there's no way on this guy's wrenching on cars. All right. I have my yummy phase, something that haven't gotten into and in many, many year, maybe if ever on this podcast, it's something I used to drill down on their things I used to drill down on in the very early years of knowing. Jimmy and Kevin being and stuff like that. And one day, I'll try to earth. Some of those things like it may even be MAC to Pata. Boy, mean Dr drew wrote a book, a million years ago, and I may have covered my sort of numbers game in that, which is I worked out, a whole system of what numbers, you know, I had I had a couple of theories, which is, you know, everyone wants to everyone wants to date, a ten but, but if you're a five and a half, you, you think you want to date, a ten but the ten will why up and dump you, you want to you want what you want to date is, like two digits over you, but not for doing well, trust me to is to. It's like one seven to two point three or something. But if you don't want wanna big chasm between you and that other person that other person will wise up. That's how that's how it works. We've all seen it. So the whole movie she's out of your league was based around that the title. The also the number system is a little bit different for men than women. It's not just personality combined with looks combined with education or something like that. They're, they're different definitions of it that they wait there weighted more for men. It's wait. Wait is weighted more weight of your wallets. Right. So there's a bunch of that. I'll see Maxwell will find that for some separate show us, if I can dig that up, I have a vague memory that it may be in that, that book somewhere. But anyway, the yummy phase was something else. I focused on packing the day, if you made those yourself, but then I saw phase with spelled F as e you know, you. That's you. I did the phase of making notes and left, my bucks, lip at home and. And then I tried to reconquer them when I got here, but it's coupling so you comes out if you want to know if someone's in a yummy phase, you go out to dinner with them and they will order pinochle Collado or the strawberry, Dachary or something like that. In in general cider women are more in the yummy phase than men. That's why they have the sort of food lady. Yes. Why apple teeny versus a MARTINI? Now, the other thing I was thinking about it in the food. So when they order the drinks, you'll know the you'll know the yummy phase, when you go to Starbucks, you'll know if they're in the phase at the day, sweet whatever versus like a black coffee how they order their meat because expert rare is not yummy phase. No. And if. There's a lot of fat rib eye steak, you want the Yoma phase wants a fillet. You know what I mean? They wanna cook. Yeah, they wanna cook like all the all the way through the next food, or based one is seafood, seafood can go from swordfish steak cooked over mosquito, which is compl- kids all eat that to really deep dimes into sea, urchin, and raw and squid ink and stuff like that. The further down the pier pylon, you get. You know, when you're on top of the pier, and they're just pulling up a cod, or something that's fine. But as you go down here mile on all stats word starts getting off the yummy fast. So what you eat in terms of seafood, seafood's pretty cast a wide net. But at the top, you can be like fish and chips, which is not yummy is total yummy. Right. Not hardcore at all. And then you can get into super hardcore. Again, you're cocktails, I started to think. About like. Watching the UFC versus being pumped for Star Wars. Coming up. I think it's a young. See what I'm saying is, is the guy who watches UFC might have a scotch in his hand. And the guy who watches Star Wars, is less likely to have a scotch and more likely to have a drink. That's a little better a you. Well something that's a little easy. Goes down a little little easier than scotch mode. I'm the there's always room here and also people can zigzag from one one place to the next because I, I am a UFC guy. But I also I like I always order my steak medium. I don't go medium. I don't go play on a diary on your point right now. I am a gin MARTINI guy with very, very dry like all this out of the phase, I'm site for Star Wars on gift shits about the UFC. I think if you guy, you guys, the beer-drinking guy, and we are Scott, the beer, it's beer, and, and, or Scott. It's like something something in their luck. You are that, of course, you're that whilst would would you why don't you being the symmetry to me? I'm saying if you took if you said, we got one hundred guys that are pump for Star Wars and one hundred guys that are pumped for McGregor versus John Jones, or whatever it is a larger percentage of those guys would be a pinochle guy, the Star Wars. Guys versus the scotch guys would be on the other side. There's that there's also a general danger, which is putting yourself in a imperil doing things then involve skydiving or racing cars of putting yourself into a high risk environment. I'm also thinking, that's a little more. Yummy Fe, go karting versus skydiving. Yeah. Or even go karting versus miniature golf or something, something like that. Like you can keep going down that. We should we should get max. We should try to arrive at a number for everybody here. It's like max Patas probably surprisingly further out of the yummy phase. Then people would know I'm so far the phase I think you're in the phase. I don't eat the tails of the shrimp, so that short, buddy you get points for me just eating the body the shrimp. And then you're deep deep dives into like your voice tres and caviar. And if your bra a kind of stuff like anyone wants anyone, it's like I get the beef tar tar with the raw quail egg on top. That's not that dude is not ordering pinochle Lada with that. No. So that's that's you are hard there. I would also imagine that the either the color or the starchy -ness of the vegetable. You got your corn and carrots guide, and you got your kale, and Brussels sprouts guy. Yeah. There's a vegetable version, the green, there's a starch, it's sort of a lot of it is, what kids want kids went a lot of fries and a lot of equal rights. Corn and potatoes. And then went they went the sweet drink mushrooms, would be on that. You know what I mean? Like the big the big Shan trail, mushrooms are saver in the religious, but that's it key for some people just mushroom general. Just just liking mushrooms gets you a few points away from the phase. But then they're the Jews con found everything because they like tongue. Now. Like chicken liver. All the gizzards and organs, and everything. But we didn't have let him money gotta eat what you got. But they're not. They're not whiskey drinkers from it. They, they are manage Chevy's is like, sweet wine, sweet discussing wine, but they will get out of control with the prescriptions. So confound their confounded. And they're so I've always said, like they, they eat, like evil knievel, but they would never get on a motorcycle. But the tongue and the weird stuff we eat are waiting Zantac, right? So there's right into the elements. So we were all all drill down on that. I'll get a list together. We'll we'll we'll we'll put it out to the staff. I'll take people just exacting yesterday. Take people same put. Yeah. I know. But you're saying this is going to take a little while and I have to define it. I think it about ten questions, some of them are going to be a little counterintuitive, but I'll get about ten questions. But, like, how do you like your state is pretty straightforward version of this for every answer offering for five choices and he's worth one through five points? You're, you're owning a vegetable. Would you like the creamed spinach the Queen corn or would you like brussel sprouts? That's terrible example, being the fish are going to be wanting to see. Yes. And you have to also kinda say, what would you order because I would like the cream core Frater than the brussel sprouts, but I still would probably order, the brussel sprouts. All right. So we'll, we'll define that a little more. DJ called- is suing billboard. Number two spot not not being number one. Somebody. I saw tweet today. I'm scared to call favorite or like there. I saw or how number of ways I do not like the fact that they used to have a favorite tweet now. It's a liked tweet and went from a star to a heart. Just more the occasion of America like this notion that we can't that we don't know nuance like. Well you can't have one hundred favorites. All you have to light. And then you want. Okay. But then no favorites. Don't we have favorite bands teams them wide whip that we had a star? Just let's hit the stupid star. But now if they hit a heart. Okay. I told you guys, I went in and got a lot day few months back and it was like a fifty year old dude behind the counter. And I was just staying on their side of the loan at the end. He made a big heart out of phone related to me, and I was like you want me to blow you what's going on a big fan. You know a hard do as it was a Spade buddies van while you're wrong. He was Asian. But anyway, that's wanna factor that in, but here we go. So I favour it'd or I light hearted did the tweet start with. Hey, adam. Hey, Adam Corolla, check this out. I don't know. Over, gene. All I know is if you guys, I was listening to Oprah's super soul podcast. And I it is over wellm ING the amount of like fifty five in sixty year old men and women who were like. Well oprah. Now, I, I consider her my partner, my soul mate, and my world was torn apart. When we divorced. And I've always believed in a higher power, and I've always believed it's like would you just fucking hawk your book hunt? What's going on? When did all the sixty year olds start just opening up spilling all this crazy of what you believe my world was turned inside out? My, my world was prolapsed by dangling have a nineteen year old son who I love more than gravity. I love this son, I love this boy is much as a parent as much as a human nee is much as an entity nays much as biological being. Is much as any being could love any other being. That's how much I love Brandon Brandon he can be challenging. But I that doesn't stop my love from being anymore. And I said to Brandon, I said, I love you. I love you like a father who loves his son Brandon, but I also knew. I had to step back. And that I couldn't love Brandon a nothing for me. And Brandon that Brandon had to learn to love brand that I couldn't love and Oprah eight opened up a gaping hole in my stole that was vaster than the Grand Canyon much more faster than the Grand Canyon. But that's so each just stayed open the trap door. It was a door that opened. And I felt threw it into the deepest darkest bowels, it's like if you had an outhouse with a shit hole. Under at that was seventy million feet long felt that home. I fell over that whole. And I watched my mom dive cancer. I watched her I was there. I saw a woman that was more important to me than even Briand. In was. I mentioned my dog Tuffy I lost Tuffy nine years ago in every day I wake up in just as much pain as I did the day after I lost toughie a data's Brandon. Yeah. Talking about a whole. I would never love again. But you taught me how to be a pen. I've heard this story told me how to Las well, I didn't think I was capable. And I put every fiber of my being into loving, branded. That's me. Oh until loving you. I didn't think it was but I can't love you for you. I can only love you as much as I can love you. I can't love you for you. Okay. I'm confused. Do you love me? I love you. Like I love Tuffy day. Ten years nine years that same. It's this is this happened this moment this instant, no, no son should have to bury a parent. Agreed no site. Try to have her had no guile should have to bury in, of course. No one, no one wishes out upon owner should ever have to bury a one hundred percent of pets that Barry by their owner Tuffy passed on March seventeen I remember thousand ten. I remember, it's been over nine years in the yet Oprah, the whole, that's in my soul. The grieving, the pain gaping, the anguish I loved Tuffy more than a owner could ever love a pet. As a matter of fact, we symbiotic relationship, it was not owner pet. It was equals for one paid for. The Brandon just dead. I, I okay. No, no father. No, no son should have to bury us mother. I had to bury my mother. I watch I literally stood by her bedside and watched her consumed by cancer. I know I was there, too, but let's think most sons bury their parents at some point, no son should ever have this shouldn't have to. But most do Burdon. Should ever have to bury a macaw? -til. You know what I'm saying? And, you know, I love you more than humanly possible to love another human being entity entity's any entity being, but, but there's a hole in your soul. I want you to know that when you came out and you told me you're struggling with your sexuality I was one million percent behind you. My job is to nurture you and to help you in any way you can and your transition into becoming a woman with some. I I, I to be honest with myself Oprah I had to be honest, you tell well, I was thinking, I know. Yeah. Yeah. I was thinking this, Brandon senior like a father, but also thinking, like a dad. Let's so brave. And I was also thinking, like a male and I realized I put that aside, I stopped thinking, like a male and start thinking, like a human. That is tough stuff. And so wouldn't Brandon came out. That's me when he started talking about transitioning. My first response was at as a father and dad, and I have great. Shame great shame. I 'cause I struggled sure I struggled with that decision. I hold on yourself. I don't know that I can ever fully forgive myself, because no father should ever have to respond to a son who's struggling with the sexuality just like no pet owner should ever have to bury a pet and I don't wish that upon my greatest enemy Frank if you're listening, he knows who he is. I had to respond to Brandon as a as a citizen of the galaxy not as a father, not as a dad, not as Brandon's dad. But as a citizen, cosmic, I told you about in confidence enough to say anything, anybody least of all the most famous around the world, least of all the most famous podcasts are in the world. Oprah first off. I'm living my truth and your trip. Living among living in a multiple planed truth here. Esco for truth work. I think you live your own truth, your comment that you just made blindsided me and I went into Oprah I want into a shame spiral that is still going on to this day. That'd be horrible for you when Tuffy died. Sure. And when Brandon told me not to tell the world about his sexuality brave that hit me like an or across the face. And I got can I be honestly. I was just going through life thinking that other people had problems thinking that other people buried pets thinking that other people literally stood by the bed, and watch their mother ravaged ravage with kids. I thought that was for other people. But when that truth or hit me across the temple I woke up, and I found a mere which I had on me, and I looked into it, and I did not like what I saw looking back at me. Just been hit by or awful symbolic, truth, or Brandon Stanton. Yeah, it's about me. So what's the name I book again? Brandon's truth. It's I've heard more middle aged dolts bucket, just like bearing their souls and talking about the truth, the truth behind their comedy, the truth behind their book, nine them there. How they what happened in their relationship. Their sons truth, it's a weird narcissistic dunk tank, and everyone is following, in, like fucking knock it off. Gopi funny Tele joke. I don't like people that are superficial. I don't like comedians. That can't turn it off or won't give a straight answer. Whatever it is. But this is a whole 'nother thing we're getting into and it's crazy. I feel like you get different things. By the way says nothing you when you listen at podcast, you're like it is weird that the most listened to woman on the planet really has nothing in particular to say land back pretty good. Now disciple pro, you know what I have the five responses like. And how does she does? She has a kind of how did that make you feel? Oh, you can we can listen to it. That's great. I just listened to it. I'm like, what the fuck is going on. Who are all the these aren't fourteen year old girls. These are sixty year old women who are living there truth, but their lover in there and they're talking about every, every piece of weirdness in the relationship and their sexuality. I guess so you got a minute thirty eight of it. Well, this is her introduction of the podcast world. Okay. I'm Oprah Winfrey. And I am delighted to introduce you to buy podcast super soul conversations. You can listen to some of the most universal powerful life lessons. The soul is the face. You had before you were born blue. I love that. I gotta sit with Africa spokesam brillian rather than finding heaven on earth. I think we are asked to release heaven by living on her. Before and moments from my EMMY award winning show, super soul Sunday, featuring my interviews with world renowned thought leaders from Eckhart totally to Tony Robbins, people feel to realize the change happens at moment, how that's bestselling writers shonda rhimes shirl straight, and Elizabeth Gilbert island. Sure this soul. That was given to take what a powerful thing to say entertainers like comedian, Tracy. Morgan and trailblazer. Shirley MacLean I am everybody who seeking and everybody who seeking is me and business giant like linked in Chiyo Geoff. Howard Starbucks founder I found heaven in. It's in may well on earth. I know who'd be a great guest coach platitude. Great get embarrassed saying this, you know. Very safe space to talk like that. Well, it's, it's weird, but it's not just Oprah like, if you listen to other comedians, or other personalities are there, whatever just doing interviews just blow. I don't know why call me old fashioned, but it's specially when it's the dudes in the middle aged dudes that are just blowing hard. I. I don't get it. I don't find it helpful. I all the people you're trying to rise up out of whatever kind of thing this kind of. Puffery about good vibes in, in heaven in your your souls and soul mates. And all that kind of does not help people that are like struggling with addiction, or living under the poverty line or having to work three all the people you talk about the middle class is crumbling. You know people can't afford. None of this kind of talk. This is all fucking wizard Warlock talk. They need some fucking real talk, as back they need the opposite of this talk. They need kick in the ass talk, not like this pine, the sky shit about finding your those guys that need to get to work in need to better their, their lives need sort of a little Vince Lombardi jock, talk, and a little less. Great vibes. Find your purpose and chase your chase your muse. That's not helpful to them. It was like an obese person getting inspired to like work out. They're going to start taking one step in front of the other. Get off the couch. Yeah. Fat ass like versing, we need. To do is label you fat ass. All right. Lines are at our we had our Denver ball. Polars call and. All right. Sorry, my school lunch story. I was like I was. So somebody sent me tweeted me, favorite tweet Amee heart tweeted me, a story about a nine year old who saved up his allowance, and then spread it around school to pick up the tab because the kids were running up at a lunch hat debt and the debt was first things. First, the debt was once ran from anywhere from thirty cents, maybe, for an item or something to three dollars and twenty five cents. So it was pretty low and he saved up his, his. He saved up his allowance also. I don't know the good vibe story of the character story saving up money that people give you on a weekly basis. It's not as good as mowing lawns or washing cars doing a lemonade stand. It's good, but it's still your allowance. Well, it's funny because in our day allowance was you allowance because you did the things you're supposed to do was make your bed every day, or trash out there just on the dole. Now. It's just like little an allowance stipend. I it's now it's just like it's a whatever that. Can't think of that. Oh, god. What, what's the Asian guy running for whatever the VAT tax or whatever it's become a sort of guaranteed universal income, that's. Well, you know, an, excuse me, this kid may rake the leaves and get it I just happen to like the story of opened a lemonade stand open a car wash and a gun money. Anyway, he saved his allowance up, and he paid for the kids tab, the kids number of kids racked up seventy four dollars and fifty cents. And he paid it off. And I thought, oh, that's a nice story. And then I read the quote from kashani Cowley, who's a writer for BuzzFeed in the New York Times, and they'd land. And I was like, oh, of course. Her tweet was, what a heart warming warming story about a country that values leading nine year olds rack up debts. Now. Now listen this pitch do that thing where she's like I love this country. Just personal points out the flaws in it. Fuck you, you hate this country first things. First. You are supposed to rack up debt when you get something because that's how you learn how to take care of in you want. Your kid going? Okay. That's three bucks on Tuesday. But on Friday, you owe me three remember you should, oh me three twenty five because there's a little big in there called interest. But I want my kids, I, we should want all kids that sort of have that relationship the notion, where somebody's swoops in and takes care of your debt. I don't know when we fell in love with this premise. It's not a good premise wasn't at Tyler Perry. It's always around the holidays, somebody comes out, and I think it was Tyler Perry, Instagram. Yeah I'm taking care of everybody's Christmas. Layaway merry Christmas. I you know, congratulations me all it does is create people who get into that mindset of who's gonna take care of the next debt. Take care, your own goddamn debt. Number one. Number two. The kid did a good thing fine. It's a nice store. You don't. To put a negative spin on it. But this notion like we live in a country where I don't know. Here's the deal with a lunch, the deal with lunch is the parent should make the lunch or the parents should pay for the lunch, or I would say, best scenario, the kids should do chores around the house, or do the lemonade stand or whatever and pay for the lunch, the notion of we live in a country, where kids rack up debt for lunch lunch, ain't free. That's that incurred cost. That's light batch. I don't get why. And also that doesn't make our country evil. It's just a system and for those who bitch constantly about. Well, these schools, they don't have enough money. They don't have enough money because this person would be the tip of the spear of someone who's complaining about the underfunded schools. Okay. Well, the lunch programs can't be free. It's schools. I mean if the schools are buying lunch, and they're buying breakfast, and that's gonna come out of something and the money that it costs to do that has to come from somewhere like supplies or computers or whatever else you may need whatever you say, when you say the schools are underfunded, this free breakfast in free lunch, is coming from some pot some pot of money that, that school had. Okay. What if the parent made the lunch? What if the parent was responsible this fucking nonsense of their too poor to whatever bull shit? Hard-boiled Summak's by Samantha polls. Whatever it is, do what everyone who came before you did for this were not for this world, this country, not just the generation came before. For all generations came before and fucking handling. Let's getting scary also. Look this kid is lovely, and if he was my kid I being credibly proud of him. And that's absolutely true. But if I was one of the parents who is behind on my lunch Bill for the kid and I found out that a nine year old care of it for me. I would have a lot of shame around that. I hope so. And my only beef with this entire story is bitch. You sent this tweet out what kind of country. Let nine year olds rack up debt a realistic country. That's how the entire that's how this society were argue. There's also good lesson to teach kids like incurring debt paying off debt like Gina. When you and I went to college freshman, there were people companies hawking credit cards, everyone who so ever heard of her. Teachers, I got us linking. The reason they do that, because people are age don't understand how credit cards work, the majority of people our age. And so this lizard, lessons that are not being taught at a young, by the way. If you're incurring debt that means you're still. Getting the item with promise that you'll pay for it later. So the kids aren't starving. They're incurring debt and still getting food. She says heartwarming story about a country that values letting nine year olds rack up debts. Yes. We do value that, that's how life works. They should get used to it early or condoms. Just saying gold based commun- more. Yes. Just she needs to shut up. But all is she doesn't like this country. That's, that's my thing. My thing is Ed Asner doesn't like this country. It's not that he thinks that the twin towers were wired by the FBI with explosives to bring him down. It said he doesn't like this country. That's what I'm saying. All right. Let me let's see comedian more about him in a second. I let me hit mad men. I do love being a dad, but it is slowly killing me. I've and maybe I don't even know what the definition slow picked up the metronome of death. That's why I go to madman dads deserve a break to gift cards or vailable now. Visit men dot com. Dot com. Find the store near you. Not sure what to get dad. 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See you dates coming up tonight. She here this Hollywood improv, I sounds coming up next and headlining at there. Vine Sarma Bush out Irvine improv, that'll be Tuesday, June twenty fifth. I wanna do talk to you about sort of the state of stand up. It seems to be going strong. If you were to I always say, like if you look at it like the heavyweight boxing division in the seventies with Ali, and Frazier, George Foreman, and then you know, in the early eighties, it was bad or mid eighties. It was bad. Then came up again with Tyson. What would you say? Stand up is now. It's on an uptick, and it seems like heavyweight boxing's also on up ticket is yeah. Again, there's a Mexican guy who's relevant. I know I love comedy and everything. Yeah. The I think the internet kind of leveled a lot of things out. And also podcasts, you know this one, the Rogan podcast, just like they got you. You have a lot more time to like show your personality. Yeah. Wondering, yeah, I guess, I guess podcasting did a lot for stand up, and even invented a new sort of show, which is a live podcast, which obviously didn't exist when we were coming up. You add something interesting at the bottom here, you talk first graders reading recovery for kids who were behind which I could've used badly. How your teacher for seven years, yet, because in the first grade, that's where they, you basically get left back if you haven't, like you have a year of kindergarten, would you could just be like just a kid brand to the world. Almost like a wild animal. And then by the first grade, if you haven't caught on when the hold you back. So they would like half the year. They would refer them to me, and then it'd get them to pass to the second grade. Yeah. Yeah. Stay after the show. I had me flash cards. I didn't learn to read I was like thirty. Or maybe one, I had to learn to read to do radio, we'll on your chunking because that's what it is breaking down the words in small parts putting together, what I you know, I found out listening to you. You're not blowing baristas yet, now I should be blowing. Baristas. Yeah. That's basically racist. The no when I say blowing. Oh flowing racist. Yeah, yeah. I should be pulling baristas. Yeah. Fucking heart. When do we need hearts? What's all the good vibes, like what's going on? I don't want to sound like the great Santini here. I'm just saying. Like, why is it? It's neither here nor there. I don't need. Good vibes. I don't need McDonald's. Good vibes. I don't need American Airlines have good vibes. I don't need good vibes my coffee. I need my fucking coffee. Let's it. What when did we didn't? I don't need Subaru to have good vibes. I don't I need a car I needed durable. Car, I need a good car. The coffee itself is good vibe. He doesn't need a heart on it. Yes, it is. I don't need Jimmy sprinkled on everything. I just wanna fuck and steak like I don't need the sprinkle talking about pallets. Remember having to have a pallet or having. Yeah. Pallet was something you stacked sacks of concrete on, when I was a kid. And then there's a pallet Jack and the forklift drive a pallet around. You know, my dad doesn't have a pallet. I took my dad too soon. She one time he ordered a tuna melt. Good. I do love I would I could watch. I'd like I would buy a coffee table book called the first time. I took my daddy. He was sixty seven was demanded a fork. He worked at Dearborn at the Ford factory for most of his life. And certain point he came out to visit visit me in Venice, California, like I'd love that story of taking that parent. Yes, if there was anything that wasn't raw screamed, I stormed Jima for this. Dads, do not eat well, I think my dad considers chicken apple sausage vegetable. I'm trying to think of. Yeah, my dad's the worst. My dad, I'll eat like cottage cheese and raisins for dinner. Let's so sad fully alive and doing well. He's like, he's never he's a car that never really got out of second gear, but I've only known him as the guy who sat on a sofa and ask for money, and now that he's old and sitting on a sofa and asking for money. He seems like the same young spry dad that I knew from back in the day of sitting on a sofa right? So there I realized I had this realization, which is my dad is. I don't know. He's like eight years old, but I wasn't experiencing him aging because he was always sitting in front of a wall of books pontiff, accounting and he was doing that when he was forty seven. So I don't experience you all. Experience your dad, not being able to play tennis anymore used to love to be out in the garage wrenching on that corvette. It can't go out there because his hands are my dad never did anything. So I don't experience a little experiment. You have kids. No, I have kids, you come over. To my house sit on my sofa, and every single time the kids open that office door. They'll just see you sitting on the sofa, and then forty years from now when I ask them. How's Mark aging, we'll go great a fine bottle of wine. He's still on the sofa. When we opened the door arrested development, I think arrested development usually referred to someone who acts thirteen against your dad, had it at forty seven. Yeah. You see Earl Campbell. Now he's using a cane to get around in Earl Campbell was blowing up defensive backs. And so there's this huge chasm between Earl Campbell. Then neuro Campbell now. But what if Earl was born with a cane, that's what I'm saying? That's what my Earl Campbell Earl Campbell was born with a stroke Cain, and his hand frosty. The snowman just comes back to life the same exact thing again. And again, it's like that day after day. So to progress to stay the same the frosty brings so much joy. There is no. I I'm telling you that it will play jokes on your mind if you if the parent, my dad has a few things he's not he weighs the exact same amount as he did. When he was forty. So he's not put on Winnie way. He has a full head of hair. God bless and he's still on the sofa in front of rock a book. So in my brain, he's not Thomas dogs prime putting the weight on losing the hair and no no longer to able to go throw the frisbee to have the dog go out into the surf and getting mouth, but those are things where you notice not doing it anymore. Because when you go outside you experience wind erosion, which is all right. And he's, he's like monument valley. Perpetual in the twilight of his life. So the state of standup is strong. I think so booking shows. How did that begin for you? Yeah. Well, I started down in San Diego twenty years ago. And then back then you work the open, Mike. And the only game in town was the comedy, the Hoyas. So you did it every two weeks. That's what you really. And then you graduate to the Wednesday show in the Thursday show, and you were allowed to promote those, and then just slowly started promoting those shows handing out tickets back then Email wasn't even a big thing. But then when I moved to LA it was like, kinda like a skill set that I had wanted to promote shows, so I start actually show with your friend, Adam Ray right, until we started that at the Hollywood improv. And that was twelve years ago is the, the improv is kinda poppin comedy store feel feel like places blowing up like somebody, somebody we don't have the internet, but make a note. Somebody did tweet me and I liked favored at it like somebody with did this whole sort of goodfellas shot where they went out in the parking lot, and they shot the parking lot. And then they just swung in walk through. The hall, and walk down the hall pass, Sarah Silverman does at the store. Yeah. That was at the store, and I was just walking out on stage and they came into the room packed. And every time I ran into atom Ray. Let's run into silman everyone. I'm seeing everyone there all the time. Definitely, you know, change the comedy. Number one great management. But Uber because you remember back in the day, you'd have to go there, anybody. Okay park in north Hollywood. Yup. You to trek over the hill on foot, walk down the mountain fight amount in line. And right now you get dropped off at the front door. And that's also made of close busier because it was forty bucks to park to end drinking and driving. Now, both people can drink and getting and go home. You, you know, it is the effects of the sort of outside forces and technology. So I'm sitting there going Jesus Christ the comedy store to places packed. What's going on, and then you go, oh, well, podcasting technology something that didn't exist. Buber easier to get been around less less long than even podcasting probably social. Shows. And, and also it's a thing where it's like. This is why I don't have the sort of doom and gloom Orwellian. Oh, we're going to mate everything. It's going to ruin everyone's live. It was going to be put out of work. It's like I feel like we find a way and that we find a way for the technology to help other businesses. I mean think how much the technology of Uber and podcasting has helped stand up the oldest thing in the world standing on stage holding as an hour writer. Yeah. Telling the story these technologies have helped something that the Greeks were doing now. Absolutely say what came first the Uber or the podcast, isn't it? The podcast came first, but Uber could have been around and it's never heard of it. I mean I was out doing like Bill Simmons podcast and two thousand seven I but it's nice about podcast too, is that you can you don't have to pick a favorite, like I listened to Bill Simmons every one of his podcasts. Listen two years, and I can listen to Joe Rogan. You don't have to pick like you had back in the day, like this is my favorite. One is all I can do because you can, you know, technology in your phone you can access at anytime. You're ready like right Dover walking. Right. They're not on simultaneously. Another smaller contributing factor to the sort of burgeoning, rebirth winning scene in comedy. Is that in radio, if you if it was the atom crawler show on one channel Kevin being on the other Arkan Ryan, whoever you were competitors to compete for listeners ostensibly with podcast, someone can listen to almost any number, depending how a into a day driving working out, working, whatever, like, you know, you can listen to Joe Rogan's and Adam Karol isn't whoever, you know, there's mutual support you know you go on each other shows the guests go on. There's a lot more supporting of the community commodity yet and said fuck show, you can get you than the word out there like like you're a huge team. Right. So if, if I book you the day of back, they, you had no way to get it out there just wasn't. You can make some phone calls. Maybe some people are available. Now you can book promote and get the word out to literally millions of people if you want to from your phone, I used to, I did military tours and still do. Been like thirty five different countries. I've promoted from a shack in Costa, though, that I had a show that is promoting in Hollywood credible. Yeah. Totally. So you can just as long as you have the internet access. Meanwhile, my phone doesn't work in my fucking kitchen at home. Anyone? That's going to be the name of my store, so you have the one minute somebody took a video and they're out on Saturday night last Saturday night. And they took the official comedy store. Yeah. They took the van out in the parking lot, that took a picture, and they just walked in, and they can. Ask shy pass Sarah Silverman here standing in the hall, and they just walked it down this long hallway into. Into the made room and then I got brought on stage. But I couldn't figure out how to get through the curtain, which is part of my problem. All house. Fans again for parole. The little delay, 'cause I can't figure out where the opening of the pertinent. That's tough. Right around tough curtain. You. And then they balked on out, it's, it's it's wasn't over there man. And it's and it's fun. All right. So chris. He goes with Christopher Christopher McDonald this here in a second. So Mark when while I see you ex- we were doing a bunch of shows together recently. I don't know what show you're on coming. I emailed, your system about you coming on some more shows coming up, maybe 'cause next Thursday, the venue. We're at a different venue at the ice house next Thursday at eight thirty. I just emailed your system about that this morning. I try not to be Dushi, but I always tell everyone just go through my system, because he keeps everything he keeps charge of everything. And if you do me, a look fall through that my crash, how to work the calendar on his right. You'd be fair does a counter ever tried to hit into wants to know my password. I don't know. My password is. And then at some point it filters back to Gary, who goes I had the same calendar. For twenty six years. Never ask for my password. I go. That's why that's why I don't fuck and deal with it. Do you know when you get an assistant as soon as you can afford insistent? And of course, all my God. The first year I had an assistant, I had no idea how to use an assistant as I'm from north Hollywood from the poor people. And it's like this. We, we did the man show. It was me and Jimmy, and Danny to sheets. Kelsen me and Jimmy had no idea what to do with an assistant also, we didn't think it was any of our business. Tell this twenty six ship to go pick up dry cleaning, go get a car or any that'll tear of butter goes down mass cheek. I didn't put. So when you do a show like the man show, the three of you get an assistant and means humor, like I'm not gonna tell that to do. Right. And but Danny two sheets was used to. And I would say stuff to him like, where's Candice? She's not here today, and he's like he's like, no, she's with my car go. What do you mean? She's with your car. I'm getting the transmission on the Bronco what she doing. She fixing the transit. No. She says the transmission shop waiting with it. I'd go doing what making sure they don't screw me over. How does she know say transplants? Woah, woah, what's I saw bearing is that, that's a rebuilt slave cylinder that from Mexico? I don't think so. With OEM parts here, Bucko, I'm a D Cup. I know. She says Christ I was like hut. And we've keep asking where's she's waiting at the dry cleaner for when they come off the merry go round or whatever I realize, oh, he knows how to use an assist. It took me years, 'cause they give you an assist. Then you finally just be sitting around that go. You want me to do anything? That'd be like, no, I'll get my own lunch. I don't that's not your job. But poor Matt now you got it figured it out. I gotta say, just listening to all this and my crazy. Or does Mark sound like me or very similar to Kyle done again to me? I feel like our voices similar tamer here. Say more words. Yeah, it's in the same range. It's crisp and it's, it's sort of has a teenager. I tried to get health insurance last year. And the guy accused me of lying about my age. Forty two. Right. Totally guys like yeah. You're seventeen thought I was calling for my dad's insurance or something. And yet dicked me a little while to convince him. Insurance. I have my dad's insurance. Me more. Base. More tweeter. Yeah. We'll get done again in here until do Marco. You'll probably she called. I, she Kyle at the comedy store every time I go there now to see everyone everywhere is nice circle. Yeah. It's good. Now that closer busy, too. You can pay more. Do you know what I'm saying? Like it, it it's been a progression of like Pinkas. You know, when you're a headliner on the road used to making a certain amount in LA now, the clubs are busy. I feel like I can offer more money, which is nice good. All right. Let me some money. Yeah. Mark, Sarah tell, thank you for coming in, and you can find out all the dates that Mark is doing stand pan and probably dates his booking as well. Marx comedy dot com is where you go and shoot him a tweet as well. Mark serotonin. Thanks. Mark. Don't go anywhere. Sorry. Oh. Castro. We'll take a break, we'll bring Chris McDonald, then Castrol edge heat friction viscosity breakdown. 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The Bare Knuckle Debate
"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One production available on apple podcasts and podcast. One. This episode of your welcome is brought to you for free today by our friends at bet. Online dot AG championship fever is running rampant in the NBA and in National Hockey. Can you feel it between the finals and the major league baseball the sports action just keeps rolling? Get in the mix at bet online dot AG use the promo code podcast. One and receive a fifty percent. Welcome bonus that online dot AG or online sportsbook, experts, and the exclusive partner of podcast ones. East to feed it every champion from every organization. The sport of mixed martial arts has ever seen and retired from the octagon is the biggest draw and the industry's highest paid athlete of all time. And now now jail Sunan on podcast. One dot com and for that you're welcome. What's happening guys? Happy wednesday. And thank you for joining another special episode of, you're welcome. I have to tell you guys we were off last Friday. I am absolutely going to make that up. I am riddled with guilt. I appreciate all of you reaching out to see where we were the why you couldn't find the episode. We're still here wherever where we've ever lived, but four and a half years of bringing this show to you twice a week. I have never missed. I did everything I could to regroup and I will tell you, I simply was not tough enough. I was so sick, my whole family got hit my wife had had it. She got over it. The kids had they got over at grandma and grandpa had they got over and days later, I got hit and I was trying to regain owes in three days, and I'm stretch when you get sick, I don't know if you guys are like me when I'm sick say, hey, we're gonna feel better. Again, is this just the do I just have to get? Better use to live like this. Am I ever going to have energy gives my head ever going to quit pound? Am I ever going to eat again? All right. I had all of that. All of those normal. Plus knowing I guess, three days because at three days, I get on an airplane flight, a New York go into fight we go away, and then they go into a match with Michio, okay? So I'm trying to shake this thing, and I finally put it on my counters set my alarm, this over at two o'clock on Friday. This ends no matter what even if it's an act, I have to force myself out of this bed into the shower. Do my hair put my clothes on and go face the world. I'm going to do it. So sure enough man, I need, I need it every second of eventually that alarm went off, and I met it and I did have to fake it for a couple of days. But I'm feeling pretty good. Now, I will tell you, I'm in New York. I had a fantastic time over the weekend watching the fights that took place. I lose track like they were start this number thing to twenty three in two thirty through. At any rate. I watched the great pay per view. And to start out. I had a main of going in now I have a different man of coming out, but going into this, the one that's sold it for me. The one that made me excited the made me Mark it on. My calendar was Tony and cowboy and what really made this two things that I loved about this fight going in first off, it was three rounds. I liked that because that largely took one of the invariables that nobody can seem to keep up with, with Tony and that is his conditioning. It largely took his conditioning out of it. Particularly when you take into consideration that cowboy was just in there five weeks ago with ally Quinta in a five round twenty five minute all out war. All of a sudden, Tony's greatest tool isn't quite as sharp and all of a sudden cowboy, we know was going to have no problem, though. A three round we disarmed a five. So this was very interesting. And the second thing that I liked about it cowboy had come out and made a statement in. Cowboy didn't talk a lot of trash, he not a real nice guy. He's not over. But he just takes care of his business, but he did come out and say the reason I say doesn't talk he's talking. This is not trash talk. Don't misinterpret this, but cowboy was asked about the fights, said, look Tony is a high volume guy, but he is not it overly technical striker. Now that was very interesting to me, only because that was true. That was a fair analysis. Tony is overly technical, Tony is a guy the Diaz boys were guys like this. They're gonna throw so many things that you guys let me tell you, let me tell you this row fest. You guys know what started the largest forest fire in the history of the state of California, you guys know of giving you a second to put your guesses in. Are you ready for this? Somebody was setting up a tent. They had that metal stake. They held it on the ground with the other hand, they took a mini sledgehammer and pounded that steak and they found that steak again, they'd found us a spark came off of that steak and sledgehammer. Her hit a dry leaf and started the biggest forest fire in California state history, reason, I bring that up is that little spark, and that consistency. And that never stopping you don't have to be technical. You don't have to be flame thrower. You could be a little spark, if you're willing to swing that hammer into that state all night long. And that's a Tony does. So in Cowboys said, you know what that's very interesting because Tony while being a national wrestling champion likes to guate- just get himself into a fistfight. He likes to stay on his feet. Go see the pedophile his most recent performance, he likes to go no matter how hard it is. He'll stay on his feet. They'll take those shots. It'll come at you in a throw five more right behind yours. You hit him once he's coming at you with five more, and they might be sloppy but there's five of them coming deal with it. But it brings me back to the consensus that this is only three rounds and for a while, it's not going to be about volume and it's not going to be about grit, and it's not gonna be about ugliness for. While it is going to be about technique in Cowboys right cowboy is right? He is the more high level, technical striker. And sure enough that fight happened Cowboys, right? And I was right to believe him. He went out. He won that first round he did it just with that. Tony never even attempted to take down. Did it try to use any of that national championship wrestling that he's got went up there traded hands and kicks with cowboy went for some spinning elbows. Tony, I'm talking about, you missed them. Cowboys dances, ground found Bom inside leg kick bumble, great first round. Tony fought back real hard cowboy one it, they go to the second round. Now, all of a sudden it's not necessarily about the technician. Now, you do start to bring in some of those intangibles now you started to pace starts to be a real thing in those six and seven eight and ten minute marks, so Tony's doing some catch up, but he's got some catching up to do. He's down around. And there's only two to go get to take down. Now where in the hell cowboy learn all of these take downs. I mean he didn't even start breaking these out and tell the Rick story fight. He didn't really break these out until the Patrico tape fight at all. Sudden Cowboys, Mr. takedown when he wants it. He goes, it takes Tony furred down. He didn't hold him there when he got him there in and around the Tony is landing more punches. But Donald is landed a little more solid shots when you gravitate down it matters if there's only one take down of the round, and you're the one that got it matters time runs out. I assume that Tony has won the round that is what my eyes tell me, but I do have to consider that the judges who are also going to look for some grappling, and they're only human, and they may even favor grappling over striking whether they admit it or not the acts of grappling with towards cowboy wail after the bell compund lands by Tony that penetrates already thrown the bell had rang. It it finished going. Bowman then across comes right behind it, big cowboy is not ready for for the cross. Squares him up right in the face. Cowboys already got a closed up by so the referee steps in. And now you have to understand this guy's in this period of time in mixed. Martial arts. This is going to go to what's known as a referee's discretion, whatever the referee says, in this moment will become official throughout the history of time, the referee's discretion in that moment was to give Tonia warning, that's relevant. Because guess what comes next cowboy can't go on. That is now closed its swollen. He cannot go on. So be if the referee would have said it was illegal and taking a point away in the fight could not go on. You have a different outcome because the referee's discretion said it was a warning bone gavel came down that sentenced now. We gotta go look at the now we gotta go talk to the commission. Once we defer back to cowboy cannot go on for the third round, we do not, then disqualify Tony, because referee's discretion had already said that it was a warning not in a legal technique at any rate, fight ins. It's over great. Fight. Nobody's overly upset. Everybody wanted a little more because we're selfish fans and it was so we get these guys went to war. We got a cowboy can't see how to one we get stopped the fight. Well, this is a time where you would set up an immediate rematch. Cowboys gonna come say you hit me after the Bill. You guys are gonna go crazy. They're gonna have to be separating the ring all hell's going to break loose. Nope. Not so fast. Tony apologizes cowboy says, I don't care by the way. Tony, you're late punch hit me in the nose. This fight got stopped because of my eyes, that punch had nothing to do with why this fight is stop who else would say that. But cowboy who else would be so cool as to say that, but cowboy and who else would apologize except for Tony? Tony apologize. Guys. I'm gonna fistfight. I don't stop on the bell. The bell tells the referee to step in and stop us. I stopped when the referee stopped me, and even if I did it, I'm gonna fight and he's still standing. Okay. I don't necessarily love that answer. But I can accept that answer. Both guys leave the ring to and ovation. There was no bad guy, even though you have this foul in the fight gets ended. There was no bad guy. It was a very special moment. And I was really glad I witnessed it June Braise. 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He's not even within punching rains. He's got Henry, so far controlling the range that all he can lead his kicks, but boy, he's landing Awada round in Henry loses Henry comes back in the next round and somewhere in the round, he kind of changed his stance and then he threw a cross and for any of you allow me to condescend but for any of you that don't know what a cross means. It just means when you're in a stance, you've got one lead hand that's going to be your javale in and. Then you've got a backhand, whatever hand is back is known as your power hand in that punches called across the reason I bring that up an icon, descend just for anybody. That may not know that is for obvious reasons. You don't lead with your cross. It takes too long your crosses further back. It was very first thing I said about the hand that's going to be called the power head or be the cross. It's the one that's further bay. You would never throw it. I should not gonna land Floyd. Mayweather is largely famous for combination that he does which is throws a cross followed by another cross. It just doesn't happen. It doesn't happen because he can't really happen Floyd gets away with it because he's so quick. He gets away with throwing that back in and follow it up with a nether back in two in a row with nothing in between notice, guys noticed, traction, no hook, no jet noticed bone boat. Henry does that it lands? Okay. Great. So hindred throws another one. No jab, no kick, no notice, no fake of taken it lands. Well, he just did the Floyd Mayweather. Henry throws a third one. Whoa. Henry just down. Did for me weather, Henry throws a fourth one and a fifth one and alternately a sixth six lead power hands in a row. They all find the target guys there's a rule in fighting in absolute rule. If you do something that it works do it again, with the theory in the philosophy behind that, that an opponent cannot make the adjustments on the fly an opponent who does not have is not arm with the technique to defend something without going back going to the practice from sitting down with his coaches learning technique drilling it for X amount of time. And then coming back to competition, he simply has no ability to change, so something works. What do it again? But works doing a third. That's what Henry did. So very basic rule. Henry did it six times in a row in the history of my career following fight, and I have. Ever seen. Somebody lands six crosses at a row change the fight. Now Marla was one tough son of a bitch. I must say, I'm in Marlin stock for me went up and many people expected them to beat Henry, his stock for me went up, even if you fast forward into the final moments of this fight, which came in the following round Marlin never let up and it was very clear, energy wise, Henry had more of it, it was very clear. Power shots were going towards heavily Marlin never stumbled he never went down. And he never gave up even though it was clear that he didn't have the energy that it wasn't eventually this is not going to be good. Marlin doesn't matter. He did what we call going out on your shield. He fought to the very end till the ref. He never gave up. He never said surrender the referee had to step in and pull them off and follow the rules. And that's the way it work. But Henry all the same becomes the world champion takes the microphone and this isn't important moment. Okay. I know a lot of you don't love the fact. The microphone is a part of the sport. Even those of you who are denying that. Who want to say the entertainment should not matter. It should be wins and losses in. We should go off the rankings. Even those of you that are saying that you don't like that you're wrong. I don't mean you're wrong to think that I'm telling you your wrong, when you think you don't like that. You just aren't aware of it. The people that think the interview, and the call out in the intensification and the build up in the school yard antics of pointing your finger and somebody's chest and telling him to meet you behind the track at three o'clock for any of you. That think that is it something that you like of the sport, you're wrong and for any of you, there's head she'll how dare you tell me then go ahead. And next time you watch the sport, put it on mute. None of you will do that zero the people that think they love the sport and they love the purity of, and that is most certainly an element in my message is not as a matter of fact, if this is a pie that's ninety eight percent of it for sure. But there's still two percent. Maybe more like five percent were those. Words matter in even if you don't know that about yourself. I promise you, none of you will be watching the next pay per view on mute. Why? Because those words matter now Henry takes the microphone. He calls himself the greatest combat athlete of all time, and he lays out his argument. He's the Olympic champion. He's the world champion at one hundred twenty five he's the world champion at one hundred and thirty five pounds. Listen, when Henry started this routine back in Brooklyn, New York on January nineteenth after he stopped TJ dillashaw. It was a little bit of a roll your eye. He just jumped the shark moment. Why I am not willing to sign off quite yet. And I'm not telling you guys to sign off quite yet. There is nothing about that. Can that statement by Henry pseudo of, hey, I'm the greatest combat athlete of all time. There's nothing about that statement that can now be teased. There's nothing about that statement that he does not have the absolute right to make. Things have now changed. Henry has done a fantastic job of giving you his own resume of letting you know why he is. So confident why he is. So proud of himself at why he should be coveted within the sport. Henry's missed one thing. And it's one thing I think you guys need to know with Henry won the Olympic championship. It was not at one hundred and twenty five pounds in it was not at one hundred thirty five pounds. It was that yet a different way class. He won the Olympic freestyle championship at one hundred twenty one pounds that is extremely relevant to hinders argument that he is the pound for pound. Great. He's covered not only to sports, not only two weight classes, he's actually covered to sports in three, weight classes. So when Henry then wants to come out and talk about guys like Frankie Edgar or max hallway, one forty five pounders. The next division up when he's been doing that up until this moment, I agree. With you. Yes, it is cringe-worthy. Yes, it is silly. Yes, it does not work. It now is no longer cringe-worthy in it is now known L murder silly. That's just the reality he showed he can do it. He just covered the spread. Most people believe twice. I'm here to tell you actually cover the spread three times twenty one twenty five thirty five. If he wants to say wants to go to one forty five we can sit and have a debate about how he would do with Frankie, we can have a debate about how he would do it max. We cannot have a debate that he could not be competitive or does not deserve to be trusted with his own confidence in his own statement. That, hey that's not too big and I can do it put me in coach. And I realized too, you guys that that has changed. That is not the case. Look, my loyal listeners, and I appreciate every one of you, I used to burn the house down over here about Henry, pseudo. He used to drive me crazy in Henry. Never understood where I was coming from the chill. What are you doing your fellow wrestler? You're stabbing me in the back. You're burying me over there. He unfolds me on Twitter as its way to show me that he was not appreciate Henry had it wrong all the time. I was coming at Henry, and I was big brother and him. And it was bonking him over the head, and I was giving him bumps. Because I did care because I did follow his career because I was such a in, because I saw what I knew other people would see. And I knew what Henry could achieve in a new. He was not going to like the outcome of this career it less. He understood it's important to speak up. Schoolyard antics of putting your finger in somebody's chest. And forcing them to either step to your back down are still a very real part of this business perception and reality get blurred in. This business. So when I watch Henry come out and say these things that people are all saying cringe-worthy and then proves them, right. He showed a courage much like Babe Ruth walking onto the mount and telling you where he was going to put the ball when brave Reuss struck out. He looked like a fool, and when he put the ball there he became a legend, but it takes a courage to call that shot ahead of time. I encouraged Henry to do it whether I have anything to do with the fact that he did do it or not, only Henry would know but this is something that he is now doing. Right. And whether you like Henry or whether you fully trust in his ability, yet, I know that I am making a fair point to you guys. When I tell you with confidence the you now believe in Henry, you know, believe Henry when he tells you how great he is. It may want to may want you to you may. Want to see him? Get beat up now more than ever, but he made you believe her, and that's a tremendous step in the right direction. So smack off, Jim Rome, smack off two thousand nineteen is upon us, and I've got the exact date, I'd have to grab my phone, but I mean, this is coming right at where, where we're inside forty days. And this is the twenty five year anniversary in Rome is now and rose a pretty good promoter, by the way, he just acts like he's never promote, which is what the could promoters do. But he's now coming out with a stick that because two thousand five year anniversary in, because he is sending such an incredible run, perhaps, this is the right time to sign off to make it the finale to fade to black and roll the credits on the smack off once and for all as much as I believed that, that is nothing more than hype and promotion, he could be telling the truth he could. I don't know for sure that's where you never know. That's where the swerve. Comes in. That's where the smart Mark and the chief, Steve still can't figure it out. And they gotta take their seat and watch the show at any rate. This smack off office coming I will be coming for my third crown I am trying to get my strategy down. I am torn a little bit. I feel that I was robbed last year short changed the year before that last year was the first year in my history by participation that I was not in the top ten, which was a gob ejb. I was top three straight with you guys. Let tell you guys I won that thing. I did not win that Radwan. It. Brad should have won it. They give to the right guy, the previous year. I believe I was three. I might have been as low as six that was garbage. I'm not telling you guys I wanted or I even should have been in the finals, but that was garbage. And what did last year in the previous year both having common I came after Rome himself wrote puts on a show? We're, we're all supposed to go after each other give each other bumps. I gave him the bumps and I found out he's a little bit thin skinned. So now it's a little bit tough for. Me to do anything, other than use my three minutes to bury Rome, yet, again, particularly if it's going to be the twenty fifth year which is going to be the biggest show that he's ever had. It happens to be the biggest show of the year on the biggest show in the business. And now he's saying he might be putting a bow on it. Do. I learn from the lessons of the last two years, or do I come out in cases, the finale and give him a third and final in even rougher bump of all time, I could serve myself or I could serve you the audience who be with me in journey as you always are, and propelling us to third crown. So if anybody out there can think of any reason at all what so ever that we do not use one hundred eighty seconds to shove it straight up. Jim Rome's asks, please tell me now or forever. Hold your peace. Our friends at geiko want to save you some cash and even better, they want you to be comfortable, which means that lets you even do. Do it from your house. All you have to do is go to Geico dot com. And in fifteen minutes, you could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance extra money in your pocket. It just might be the most rewarding thing you do today. You're listening to your welcome with jail. Sunan. But no at Napa auto parts. You can get twenty five dollars or more. 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And if you can't wait download episode of wanting to our and American nineteen on apple podcasts at podcast, one. Like what you hear L your. We will rating and review. Now back to your welcome with jailed son. It is. I got an Email from a listener as I do. And here's what the Email was does. No one in the mixed. Martial arts community thing, bare knuckle, boxing, is depraved. Ask any professional boxer. If bare knuckle boxing, is a legitimate sport. And they would look at you crazy. Why would any Athletic Commission allow this grotesque spectacle to be promoted and sanctioned UFC has taken MMA out of the dark ages? But bare knuckle boxing, takes everyone back into blood sports. Why does no one talk about this? So that was an interesting Email in an interesting message. Let me think of where to begin on this, because I do not want to be the voice on this, that influences anybody, I am still coming around to the idea of beer, bare knuckle, boxing, optically. I don't love it. Optically. I get where I don't like the term dark age. I think that's a little bit far back. But optically I understand that it has been in meaningful period of time says somebody went in there. Without at least having some patent. Some leather gloves on. I can see right? So it took it took me just a moment, but I stuck with them. And I, I watched a couple and I'm still not fully there yet, but I am starting to I want to respond to this Email, and I want to do the absolute best that I can because I felt like this viewer and listener had taken some time to put this together. Now, I'll tell you one funny thing, I wrote him back. And I only said one word, I simply said, why they wrote me back and said, thanks for responding. So we didn't really get anywhere. We didn't quite have the dialogue that I thought this was going to turn into. But let me tell you this, something that you may take with you, and you may find interesting, the glove, along with the handwriting, or they're in designed contrary to what logic may tell you to protect the hand not to protect the object that is being struck. Let me give you some factual historical evidence of this. Senator John McCain rest, his soul stepped in and wanted to stop mixed martial arts from happening. He was calling it terrible names anyone at on a federal level for this to be outlawed. Now. It came out over a period of time that John McCain's wife, Cindy sat on the board of director, for Budweiser who was the number one sponsor of all of boxing and saw mixed martial arts as a potential future, competitor when John McCain's conflict of interest, was caught and outed, he quickly and quietly exited this argument, but before he did. So he said, do one thing for me start wrapping the hands and put some gloves on them. You do that. I'll be quiet and he goes and sits in the corner. Okay. So they did. They started rapping the hinge. They started putting gloves on so John McCain, would no evidence did not speak to anybody only have what his mind and his, his mind interpreted through what his eyes saw. In fairness to him though. Very inappropriate to do that, from a decision making position in fairness to him, stay conclusion, I would have come to stimulate would make sense for safety reasons to wrap the hands we found out is no, the wrapping of the hands, including the gloves designed to protect the hand. Not the object city. Now this was a very long time ago. Once I got into fighting or made through the amateur became a professional I can fully tell you, if I was to go and hit a heavy bag right now right now in front of you guys write this. I'm not gonna hit that thing very hard because if I don't have time to wrap my hands and put gloves I will really hurt my hands now that came over time. I very first I hit that bag all day, never wrapped my hands couldn't figure out why guys need to wrap their hit not hit what hit very hard what I was doing. I didn't want to turn my hip, I don't know how to do any of that. So does it very real thing that those gloves only protect the hands. Not the object being hit one offer you one other piece of that, that you have seen the early days would give the option to its. Contestants if they wanted to wrap their gloves that's up to you. And if you do wanna wear glove, here's what we're calling mixed martial arts gloves, but it's fully up to go. Bare knuckle if you want to the heavy hitters are the only ones that wrap their hands. I was training with tank, Abbott in nineteen ninety five when he was getting ready for the ultimate ultimate to it was called. And I asked him about that. I said, hey, you don't have to wrap your hands. Why do you. And he goes on. I don't wrap my hands to protect the opponent. I wrap my hands so I can hit my opponent a lot harder. Now, the only reason I offer you this, even though it is adverse to my initial statement that I am a little bit squeamish of the optics of two guys punching without gloves on even though that's a personal feeling that I have I do still have to be confronted with the evidence that in many ways, it is. They say for sport. If one of these heavy hitters throws a punch at full blast he will break his hand foreshore. He will shatter his hand Mike Tyson got an. Streetfight one time he walked up sinema bargains, they never professional fighter, but they want that in a street fight. Mike hit the guy. One time. Mike was out for seven months. He shattered his hand. Do you guys remember that with one punch, Mike Tyson would no glove on broke his hand in six different spots? One punch six different spots is a very real thing. He would have had time to wrap his hand and put a glove on, he still would've knocked that gentleman out, but his own hand would have been protected. I just want to illustrate they think it was very good question. But to say that this is the dark ages, and this is going to be bare knuckle boxing plight. This is not my plight, but one of the things that they're going to have to overcome should they choose to, they may from a marketing standpoint, really like the fact that you guys think it's in the dark ages, and that you think it's prehistoric and you think it's wrong. They're selling out arenas. But I trust it over a short period of time they're going to need to come out and voice them of things that I just said and go. Hey, wait wait, just a second. As a matter of fact, we just had a world champion. I know this hasn't happened jeopardy short. Period of time. We just had a world champion, paulie. Mullen, Najji go out there and fight paulie had to pull punches because he hits so hard. His coaches have never let him practice the day since he was nine years old without wrapping his hands and putting gloves on them. Never zero. Not one time is that happened. We know put him into a contest, where we didn't get to bring our best weapon, which is a glove. I think there could be an argument and I'm not making it. I am not making it. I'm just I'm just starting to lay the bed of the argument that I believe will be made. There could be an argument that removing the gloves makes the sports safer, there is that same argument going on right now in football football with all the and all the concussions. And that's a fairly new phenomenon is accurate. Is that is the phenomenon in the dialogue behind? It is fairly new Will Smith went out, made a movie called concuss me really brought it to the forefront. But a lot of aficionados. Experts in football whether accurate or not, I don't know. I'm just discussing right now guys many people have said, the hits got harder and football as the gear got better. And if you want to start taking the hard hits away, and you want to start making the sport safer, many people respected, people, NFL hall of famers. Many, many great people have said, one way to make the sport safer and take those heavy hits away is to quit making the damn pads, so good quit making the headgear. So big go back in the days of the fifties and sixties, late sixties started to change right around the early seventies for football. Don't bring in the days when they use not even have helmets. They wore something on their head was more like a leather strap by grandfather seen pictures of it used to be like a leather strap. There was no face mash, chin scratchers, nothing hard about it was like his pizza get pulled over their head that went out there they play, but that can customs weren't happening. Some of those heavy hits weren't happening sports seeing that. So there's some evidence towards that I don't choose to form an opinion. I don't even really fall. Football. I'm just sharing with you, that there is something to be said about, okay? It's honor amongst thieves here. I can't do it to you. But you also can't do it to me, we can only hit each other. So hard hard, as you can punch his heart as my chin can take a punch, and vice versa. We're both human beings, and the bones in our hands are both the same Switzer both going to have to pull the power a little bit in change those shots that is my response. I tried to respond to this listener via Email but the dialogue didn't go on ball. Is now in your court, let's take a moment here to give a big, thank you to truecar for being a loyal sponsor of this podcast guys with truecar sixty seconds is all you will need to get an offer on your car in the amount of time. 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Knockout in women's mixed. Martial arts history. Joe Rogan went a step further. Senator dole. Oh, classify it just say mixed martial arts history. Okay. It's one of them. It's one of I just want to give her the gold medal. So I am going to classifies it in that division. She's at the top, you would Henry, pseudo become champ champ, you have the great shale Sunan in a number one contender's bout against the dragon to Machida. But should we at all ignore the elephant in the room, which is Justin Bieber called out? Tom Cruise now. I like it myself. I'm into it, and there used to be a show called celebrity boxing. I had no problem with it. Yes, the punches were sloppy. Yes, they were terrible. I get the whole thing. But the stories already told I happen to know the characters I happen to follow them on television. There's something for me to see here. I was inner tamed by nobody got hurt. They made the rounds. One minute. They put them in big gloves that big. Hey, gear everybody loved happy to spew? Dispute resolution, and I know the story line a man. I'm in. I like the fight. I don't think the Bieber new Tom Cruise was fifty six years old. I simply don't think that he knew that, Secondly, I expect that Tom Cruise will respond in some fashion in some arrogant, trumped up fashion. He's taken some time he's put some space between. So maybe it's not going to know if the rumors are true of the stories, we hear about Tom Cruise he what he doesn't even know the rumor say Tom Cruise does not have access to news. He does not have access to the internet, everything that he sees everything that he hears it, everybody he talks to his extremely controlled. He may not if that is true. He may not even know he's been challenged. It would be fun. Why don't believe those guys would ever get in there and fight that could have possibly see that happening? Maybe they're gonna have to find it out. In a war of words through the media, and fans are just going to have the side who got the best of who that might be what it is. I don't care how silly it is. I'm just saying there's something there and I don't know where it came from. And there is no. Part of me. There's no part of my Spidey. Senses that believed that it came from. Justin Bieber wanted to fight Tom Cruise they're likely about to do a movie together, or just a beaver as likely about to drop an album. There are some other monetize -able marketing scheme behind this ploy that is full well my prediction. But if Tom for some reason is in on it and just got blindsided. He may respond and we only be able to have a little bit of fun, guys. I appreciate you all listening. I am not at my best, I'm a little worn down. But I'm feeling better each and every day bear with me. I'll see you all Wednesday today. I've had it with you take care of joy. Thanks for listening. I'm kale sudden until next time. 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ACS (Part 2): Christopher McDonald and Mark Serritella
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Back to the show. Christopher McDonald is here. Great to seek. Christopher mcdonald. Thank you, Adam. The here is deep murder. It's in theaters, and on demand. This Friday June fourteenth. I, I've had a computer prom at home. So I did not see it. I just watched the trailer out there. It's got. Let's see. Chris read is in it from SNL just stand up with him, actually. And who else Jerry O'Connell? Oh, yeah. There it is. Okay. And it's kind of send up, it's like I don't know, softcore porn meets well from genre standpoint, tell us Christopher softcore source of corn polled. No soft core porn meets har- comedy. And it's a it's a who done it actually, an interesting genre. And it looks really funny and I intend on watching it when I get my computer up and running. Chris, the for God. Let's see happy Gilmore Thelma and Louise quiz. Show requiem for dream ballers, boardwalk empire just working non-stop. What was your first role that we would have heard of? I roll probably chances are I remember that I did a movie with Robert Downey. He and I played the same soul. Civil shepherd Ryan O'Neal as my best friend Miller Galeano who did dirty dancing, our director, and it was in Washington DC, and it was fun. What where where do you hail from? All hail. I hail from a hail from upstate New York and the finger lakes area and was was performing a ways in your blood or where you jock in high school, or how did that come about pretty much jock in high school? I, I did the running away from from home deal when I was about a freshman and all show you, I'm in the middle Irish Catholic. Family middle kid. Nobody loves me and so that didn't work out really well came back. I was really sorry. I did it and then I became a like captain of three sports president of the class three years that kinda thing my father. My father was the disciplinarian principal, the high school that I went to go. So if he didn't like it. He turned his college ring around from Delphi and in the back of the head. So I decided to total line and, and to straighten arrow and turned out, really, well, I'm trying to think of a lower percentage job choice than actor character, actor, you know, I made a living was able to make a living in show business as well. But I also knew early on that it wasn't gonna work. If I just went out and dishes. I knew I was going to have to get an act together, and like do be a plate spinner something to get paid. Have you seen this guy spin plates? Unbelievable. So for me, it was like it was too low percentage to get like headshots made up and go out and do auditions. And like I could remember my roommate Ralph Garman one day it was sitting at the dining room table. We rented a house in lock percent. And he was just sitting there, the whole day stuffing envelopes with head shot and resume. And I'm like, what are you doing with all those envelopes? I'm trying to get an agent and I'm like if I got I, I are they even pulling it out right into the circular file right? It seems such a low percentage thing, and I was like, well, I'll never work unless I create some work for myself through creating the man show, crank Yankers. I need to make a show. I'm not gonna no one's gonna let me be on their show. It's the way I looked at it. So how idea that you've been working how many years have you been working nonstop? I would have to say and pushing forty forty years, what do you recognize? For on this road. With more people say to you on the street when. I am if I'm in New York City, classy people. Wow. Loved you in quiz show, Redford direct. You in that, or, you know, Kathy Bates series I did call the. What was it called? It was called. It was called Harry's law. And she's. Kathy Kathy basis abor of quite a few years. We just hearing about this. That's a good get. Well, I don't be one whenever before. I don't know if you guys can she lived directly across the street. That's your neighbor, me, and that was Kathy is the best, the most of think dick, wonderful fantastic. Hang out with the guys girl ever worked with. I thought she was a. Happy Gilmore was shot where? Get a lot of shooter a guy that actually. I get that every day I went to did a little we're doing this tour around for this new movie, and I go to this morning, and people take pictures and going to picture there. Sure. And they've got to guns. So sometimes I have to tell people it's actually two fingers. Let's stick it up here. But the gay men that are so excited about Greece. Two oh my God. Yes. See now that's that's one win out. I didn't think I'd pull that off. But there are a lot of people that love Greece to and not just a lot of people and women Michelle Pfeiffer, shares. How was she was that movie? We would come into watch your sing. Cool rider. Beautiful girl world. Yeah. What was I mean, what was she twenty three twenty three and as gorgeous, she could possibly? Is there any creature better looking in person at twenty three shell five her white gold and very cool to very cool chick love? That's it says, Greece, two with the happiest onset experience of your career. It was because I big one as they say it wasn't a hit that crease one was, but it has legs cult classic cult classic. And we just to celebrate a twenty fifth year last year. We all the cast together and director ped- Birch. And we did this the showing of and boy, was it fun. And then we got pecunia at the and it was really fun. And all these people all these Greece. Two geeks were there. And it was quite excite. Are you out in Tahoe or my screwing then you're close lake Arrowhead, how Arrowhead not Tanya house? How? Sane. Does that make you like you ever do this? I will I have been to Arrowhead, or Tahoe or wherever and some point you're going way up some mountain road. And at some point you pass a public school like a high scratch, I go you go to high school here. And then I always think would that make you the sane is kid in the world or that make you nuts. Then when you had to leave that come down out the two, it came down to see deal with all the douchebag, Jeff that deal within the San Fernando Valley. You betcha you nailed it. That's where I wanted to raise my kids, I didn't want to raise them, and then San Fernando Valley renew or even New York where I also live, but I wanted to raise them where I grew up country lake hiking trail, big weather. Right there rocks. Exactly. And it turned out great because they to the kids, graduated from rim of the world high. When you drafts to one, I try, there's a movie out there now called rim of the world. There's a that the one that always bumps me is that high school gr growing up at north Hollywood growing north, how at high. There's another one that's right off of whatever and Pebble Beach that I drive past to our in Cajun when I'm out there doing a car, racer, something of a Kook goes here. And then, of course, there's the one in ten things I hate about you just hot wired monastery top. We've talked about it before there's one in Saint Alina right in the heart of wine country that, but it's right up block behind have a block behind like you know, route twenty nine like we're all the wineries are. And someone tweeted me after talked about. I went there. We're all normal like. Oh, that's good. Well, I do I look, I, I lived in. I did a small idea that local version of what you did, which is I was living in Hollywood. And I was raising my kids in Hollywood, and then I moved to lock yada, which is not to our drive, but it's a totally different place than Hollywood, and it's pretty boring by adult standards, but it's good for the kids and what you realize is, well, is, you've got to deal with the kids and the kids, parents. And when they're all fucking nut jobs, that impacts your life and a pretty negative way. And Hollywood had a lot of that. And in yacht, gotta lot of normal, which I like, yeah, I like that, too. Some of our best friends to this day, the parents of kids that were friends with my kids. So it's, it's kind of a great thing to be in a normal world driving from the city you've been you've had a tough week you work, your ass off your halfway up the mountain, like you say, and then something changes. Over you Hollywood. What all my God. This is so great. And there's one strip going right down in the blue. Jay off the, the scenic highway of eighteen that is spectacular to this day. And I've been up there Donald thirty forty years, but crystal your four thousand feet in the air your high. Okay. I don't think people understand that we all understand the view and the beach front property in the view out in the ocean and stuff. If you do a math like if the math is well, these houses and Malibu off the cliff. These are these are thousands of dollars a square foot you go, okay because you're looking at the ocean, like you're, you're having your coffee out on your porch, and you're staring the Pacific Ocean. Okay. And we can all agree how healthy that is great. That is, and how good of you is all kinds of. Well, then using your math go down to Los Angeles, go down off of Normandy, in Santa Monica and see the trash and the garbage and the homeless, and the graffiti, the homeland and see it everywhere and tell me that doesn't have the same effect, but the opposite effect. I'm with you on the ocean brings up the endorphins and what about the guy shat himself over there shooting up in? In the shopping cart lean against the seven eleven stuccos that, that free and bombing you out, and then about the kids living in that. And, you know, you talk about all that, like haves and have nots. How about just seeing that? How about just living in that world visually just visually in that world. It's got us. I recently just went down used to live in a little -partment down in Los Angeles city, actually read off a spring street, and was literally two blocks away from skid row and they built this park. And the reason I bought this apartment was it was a parking lot, but the park coming so had vision, and it turned out quite beautiful, but it was inundated with the homeless, and, and then it kind of ruined it. But the fact is, it is such a huge problem. These are either very soon. People drug addicts, you know, with real problems, or they're just been dropped off by the local hospitals saying, well, you're done. You have no money goes, kiddo. It's, it's absolutely terrible. It's gone up like thirty six percent down. By the oceans, even worse. I know I mean Venice these multi million dollar homes and people building big boxes around trees, put through ten to between, it's getting really disgusting. The only good part of it is when I was younger, if we'd go to the park to play at the park, not as a kid. But, like, when I was in my twenties, or something half the time the park would be monopolized by the Mexicans playing soccer. They just take over the whole fuck and park and play us stupid Pickus game in the world takes the most real estate and use all the fucking. I'm paying all the taxes, you're playing all the soccer great. Well now Mexicans who ruined my softball experience by playing soccer. How's it feel batch because now the homeless have taken over? Now the real non taxpayers taken over, and you can't play soccer anymore because the homeless of taken over the goddamn park, so turnabout is fair play the only. Hope I can cling to out of this whole thing is now the Mexicans, Whitey feels like when softball. I'm outta girl injured boat. I know it's insane when the mayor and or homeless experts are like, well, the number one reason is cost of living, and, and lack of adequate cheap housing cost of living. I who do you know who sleeps on the ground? I mean, literally on cement, like who goes out and sleeps on the sidewalk because of the cost of living cost of living is a problem for homeless people just problem. Number eleven yes. Number one is one through ten is substance abuse and or whatever schizophrenia, actually going on your head this. I think a lot of it is just we've done a reverse engineering of homeless, like while they're homeless. Okay. So we had a home, they would all the homeless homes, a high. It's insane. It's an insane sane. And it's it's an epic proportions down. There's no real way to fix it. And the sick people have to get help. And forty thousand million dollars are going gonna spend on housing people going to figure out a way to get into those places guide downtowns where he got. He says, I'm living at the place down the street her isn't that is subsidized housing for the homeless. But I knew again. So I'm your house, right. No. That happens tragic, come on lock everything. Here's here's the sad truth, almost everything, that's meant to help hurts. It always gets exploited. You know, whenever they do one of these studies on rent control. It's great rent. Control brings the rent down. Let's people that are poor and struggle live in the heart of the city. Oh, we somebody splits. It fucks it up the landlords figure it out. Do something else thought they, they just figure it out. And I it's either Griff. So there's two whenever you're trying to do something like you go rent control. Okay. We'd like to lower the. Rent so that people who are of different backgrounds. Socioeconomic could live in this city of San Francisco, whatever it is. Okay. There's two populations were were were dealing with. Okay. There's three populations. There is the people who could actually use it and would legitimately use it. There's a bigger population of people who'd like to live in San Francisco for nine hundred bucks a month, and who make six figures, and then there's all the people who own the buildings who really don't this want this fucking going on, so between the people that own the buildings and the smart white collar guys who wanna live in the city, and whatever at a price, they are, by the way, in terms of gaming the system. They're much better at it. You think the guy owns commercial real estate doesn't know how to work around some of these regulations, there were born to that. Maybe the dad is like Trump and own the building before them. You know what I mean? They have a heritage of working around it the white collar guys. No people can make phone calls, and then, like the Hispanic mother three who struggles with English. She said gonna figure out how to get to the front of that he's down. So those two people are always those two populaces will always win. Now it doesn't mean that a couple of families won't get it. It just means the overwhelming majority won't or the group that you don't want. They're always going to work it. And by the way, the commercial real estate guys like fuck the city I gotta figure this one out. No question. They're incentivize. Not to let them do it. And the other things the zoning is such a way we wanna keep it wide open and building building, these big monstrosities full of rooms for these, well, we, we see we in Los Angeles are probably the least it's funny because California Los Angeles like the city of dreams, you know, everyone's a dreamer, and when they've done this commercials for California's like, nude surfin, you know, but he's got his he's got his Longboard on top of a core VAT. He's in his fifties and he's got a priceless on. He's doing his thing and people everyone's out doing their thing. So we have this pine the fucking sky approach to everything. Hey, we're California. Man. We do we danced our own drummer. And it's like okay so here's what we want. We want a lot of cheap housing for homeless, but nothing over three stories. We don't wanna screw up the skyline. Okay. We need a lot of buildings, and we need them fast. And we need them cheap. But we got a lot of regulation because we gotta worry about the groundwater and soil. We don't need. No. We can't take down that train there's going to be the coastal commission needs involved. We've got a lot of regulation, and then it's like, oh, there's a lot of homeless people sleep. And you can't tell we can't have the cops tell those people what they can and can't do whatever fine. What do we have a cluster fuck because we don't want to go, look, it's not both. You want, lots of plentiful, cheap housing good. You can't have a ton of regulation, and that, but we're California, we care about the environment good. You don't get cheap. Housing, Texas gets cheap housing. You can't have all of these things at once we want every child in every school in everybody, and you can't tell that guy he can't sleep there. That's his property. That's a shopping cart with his okay. Good. You can't be simultaneously. Pine the sky and groovy and hug it out. And we'll know we're not going to threaten anyone. We're not here. Paul. Are willing and our cops aren't for doing this and that you can't be simultaneously. Dr feelgood and hug it out and achieve any kind of rule of law are central. The reason this thing's been growing, as it's been growing because you're trying to do two things. At once you're trying to be super cool shellac stat. But I still want these kids study hard, and go to college and get their grades up. Then you can't be super chill laxed best friend that we can't we can't be your best friend, the mayor can't be your best friend. When car city talks. Constructing fucking yoga class talk in, in a firm. The manner that, that would project something that people could listen to we can't be your best friend and take care problems. That's and so L A wants to be everyone's best friend. Well, we're fucked and our trade off is I'll be your best friend. But you also have typhus. Right. There's other places that Certa get it, which is, you can have a lots of cheap income lachey, POWs ING, but you can't have a lot of regulation and a lot of taxes and a lot of cheap houses to give you gotta you gotta make a choice and their thing is like, we are both man and it's like no, you're not. You're not both clearly were not boat. We don't have any of the housing because the people you make Garcetti may be both and Newsome may be both. But the dudes who develop commercial real estate aren't both their one they need a fuck and profit and they needed today. They're moving to Texas. So Garcetti go start building housing. Then you figure it out the truth thing. And it's it's a tragic thing. It's not an easy fix. I know people who work on his downtown Los Angeles. And it is bad as it's ever been every overpass every bridge now driving here today. Tents on. Said boulevard. Oh really unbelievable. It's boulevard always been like this shirt, shown well known what well renowned kind of beautiful place, a great shopping tents. It's, it's a it's an epidemic. Is what it is. And it's not there's no easy answer. But while sin as somebody, somebody some somebody some actor with some notably like you has to get typhus, and then it has to just make you could just sacrifice yourself downtown just rolled around and some felt. Yeah. And then you got typhus then that would capture the hearts immagination of America and then it would stop, you know what I mean. To do what you do. Here's what I'm saying. Plenty inner city kids shot and Chicago all the time. But if Denzel Washington got shot capture headlines and that would start a movement. You are the white typhus written. NSL washington. You see what I'm saying? You're onto something there. Definitely. Team for everybody. Okay. All right. The movie deep murder are going to do the news. Sinn theaters. That's June fourteenth. 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And if there's two consenting adults stop, stop criminalizing, voice, sort of said cares. I mean again, like this is the season and also as a guy who's done shit worked for living for many years. I don't know seven bucks an hour to get up on a roof on a daily. Today when one hundred seventy degrees and just stuck, you just scraping asphalt shingles off a roof or blow in Asian businessmen. Are you kidding me? Any buys me a Fresca. And tells me I looked good genes. I'm down with that fifty on the nightstand tells you clean up yourself. Yes, that guy for sure. And, and crime goes down. Think of this sure Amsterdam, they've been doing it legally and cleanly for I'm no longer I'm alive. It's fantastic. I've been there and you get the pick either cheerleader or you know, your mother figure on the patriot dominatrix. They're all there in their window. Looking fabulous. I just window shop personally, but it's pretty fantastic. How they worked out in the crime levels going. Of course, they smoked pot legal there. But. So they. Yeah, I'm sort of. I just tax it. Regulated, do whatever I don't know what we do these little experiments like the bunny ranch, and they have doctors and everyone's taking care of, and there's rules and baba blonde seems seems to work out, right? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, sort of swinging to the other side of things. Republican Alabama governor Kay Ivey on Monday signed a Bill into law that requires some convicted someone convicted of a sex offence against a child under thirteen to be chemically castrated the law requires individuals convicted of such an offense to continue treatments until the court deems them. No longer necessary. Because basically this is what it entails. It's either tablet or an injection and you take it completely takes away your sexual interest makes impossible for person, perform sexual weird if they're so one else around you when you're gotta take you gotta hay fever. Reflux hate. I have one. My wife and I have a date night tonight. Oh running really low. But I I'd love to give you what, how many pill how long does it take to chemically pass straight one. I don't know. I don't know how injection there isn't just us. We're not. But once once you stop taking it the effects of reversed. So you are required to take it for a certain amount of time. Whatever the judge says. One we give you the Norplant you know what I mean. Just put the little thing on your skin and let the again, what the time lapse thing like, like if each Norplant chemical, the castrate you last six months, and you get two years, and you get four bars under the literally put them under in. That's that, that's that might be headed that way. I guess is that how I mean is all the data in? I'm all for this, but as all the data in on I like molesting nine year olds get that on tape. Ryan. Because I have a boner, and if you like remove the Boehner then I'll stop. It's sorta lifetime that it's kind of like saying, well murders, the reason people murdering each other's because they take insurance policies out on them and then the husband poisons or wife and then hammers insurance check. And it's like that's true, but there's also serial killers, don't know the people. So I'm not sure that will get rid of murder, because there's another element who likes to kill people just because well this, this is implying that without sexual desire. There won't be a, a reason to commit this act. That's, that's what it's implying. I don't know couldn't hurt and maybe God like all right. We just had Mark sir telling here he's forty two. Imagined him at eighteen and a half. God. It'd be. Put him into the sex worker department let these guys blow okay, new career path for Mark. Well, you know they do that thing time at the actors. Well, we need eighteen year olds playing a fourteen year old but they gotta be eighteen year olds when the teacher on get that with sex, right? Know what I mean? Yeah. Have legal healthy perfectly normal early healthy outlet? Here's the thing to file on the way over here. Also speaking about sex being everywhere, Hollywood Boulevard, stuck in stupid traffic. I look over and is a guy woman actually big table. You know, six feet long four five things deep selling Pez dispensers as penises. They're, they're basically Boehner's. And I didn't see anyone use it. But I thought this on street of Hollywood Boulevard. Yeah, you know, penises the fifty of them, I don't know. Absolutely crazy. World or living, we can rule out straight guys from that purchase the gas thing we can probably rule out most women. It's a it's, it's, it's a it's a it's a rarified air. It's like a select seal team of guys who are like I'm gay, but I'd like to be gayer. And I, I'm driving a miata with the gay flag bumper on the license plate frame on it. But I wanna be I wanted to be no streamers. That's probably why there were there. Now that I think about it was remember when I told Bill aboard up Bill, I said, outweigh prime coming out week and I want you to call your dad until you're gay. And he said my dad already knows I'm gay, and I call him and tell them, you're gay or. He did. Just got gear. Was I supposed to he? My hands are tied. It was he was there. He was Gade already come out. He'd ruined my plans by being honest with his dad earlier life. I my feet were held to define funny. Sorry. Well, here's another favorite thing, and you'll love that. All right. So I'll go to Kabul. I love Kabo breakdown. It's right after spring break. And they're these Indians on the, on the beach right in front of your fabulous expensive hotel. She's selling t shirt says I eat ass. Oh, I'm sure what she say. But I eat ass. I went oh my God. This going to bear? Part about the Tijuana. When I used to go to Tijuana when I was like sixteen seventeen is we always come home with a this great t shirts. It was a bunch of Bandidos holding cats upside down by their tails to Tijuana pussy posse on it right across the front of it where those all the all the time I eat. Eat. Yeah. They have some they have some great, great t shirts. Eat hurt you. Can we find that? T O R internet's down, which we talked to second about you're talking about teenagers acting internet's down. I can't bear affi- this, but I'm almost positive you crisper. We're in the faculty, I was. Yes. I love that movie underrated movie. Oh, Horsham, Robert Rodriguez. Gregg very underrated movie notable, because I think it has the best cast of any movie ever put together. And I say that because if we look at it right now, because the internet's down, but there are forty to fifty recognizable names half of which were kids who were not famous at that officers in their allies. Dana brewster. Patrick. Everybody looking just famous faces. Well, everybody wanted to Robert Rodriguez because he's pretty he's, he's unbelievable. But shoots right in his hometown, made his whole house into a here's my editing room is Mike Rodgers, get cars up editing room and keeps his kids. Five boys, rocket razor. All our names, these my, my luck my kids. My funk kid rock. It's going to be this big fat. Grow up to be huge. But he's great. He's in Austin. Yeah. Man to do it. Right. Bright guy to all right. What else I have a kindred spirit for you? Adam his name is Trent Innis. The metro reports that boss of an accounting software. Firm has revealed the simple test. He uses every time he does a job interview for a new member of the staff, and you won't hire anyone who fails the test, and he believes because it believes it shows more about the attitude of the person any question could ever ask, let me guess. Now, what he said accounting, accounting software. This kind like leave twenty bucks on the floor or something. And let somebody do it much more closer to my water displacement tests for your penis. No, no. But that would have been great would have been awesome close. But it's like a character. It is an anyone who fails, it is blacklisted from the company, not to give. Any ideas? So Trent he works at zero Austrailia, and he shared his test on this business podcast called the venture. He says that before the interview he takes the candidate to the kitchen, which is always very clean to get a Cup of coffee. The ticket back to the interview they do the whole interview, everything's just normal Trent conduct the interview, and then the test kicks in waits to see if the candidate takes their Cup back to the kitchen to clean it. And he claims that this trick works every time the kitchens, always clean, and he says it's really just making sure they're actually going to fit into the culture here zero and really take on everything that they should be doing. Well, people are either conscientious, or they're not, it's not really like I do this. But I don't do that. It's a it's a kind of setting. It's like being polite or being gregarious or being nice or being evil or being rude or being self centered. There's a kind of a setting and the people that are conscientious, and we all we all know. Examples of both and sometimes people in the middle, but the people that are very conscientious are just that there is no things don't live in a vacuum. It's not like well, yeah, I left the coffee mug half full on your desk. But I'll always be early, and I'll never call in sick if I'm not sick. And I'll never lie to, you know it all took I said, if you see let's just take litter. If you see somebody walking down the street, and they open a cigarette pack they open a candy bar pack, and they just let it. Fly verses polit- gear goes, so, I told you saw the day was walking my neighbor just picking up random garbage and holding in her hand garbage. Okay. That's all you know, about those two human beings, one person rips open payday. And let's thing fly and the other person picks it up. Now, most of us kind of live in between those two people, we wouldn't drop it, but we might not pick it. It up. But the person that dropped it in the person that picked picked it up. I look at is very different. And if I'm looking to hire somebody, and that's all I know I know enough. I know enough if that person stops now if you're person who walked past it. I don't know that much about you. But the person it drops it, and the person that picks it up, it says something that I can see from outer space about about them and their personality. And that's about all that's about all you need. And I was thinking about this. Has it pertained to criminality of sick and like we do out stuff or it's like the guy sells a little weed, and he stole a couple sacks at Doritos whatever? But these are all pretty small, whatever it's like, yeah. But I know people that would either engage in that or would never engage in any form of it. You just it doesn't matter what the value is of the thing that you're stealing. We do this weird thing where it's like, well, that guy Steele, stop at the stuffy steals under twenty five dollars. So he's just a mutt. It's like no. You either Steeler. You don't steal. And if you can't steal you'll steal whatever, like we should judge accordingly. Thank you. I would assume most of us in that situation as a candidate would at the NBA like oser somewhere, you like to put this or something to do with it. I mean, I don't know that I would get up and go, excuse me. You know, I gotta go find your kitchen and a sponge, real quick. But you at least acknowledge it can I take the somewhere. This is what do I put this? Right. Unfortunately, now that he's divulged us anyone who shows up after that bring their own. With them. What do you mean boss? I always do the whole rack addition forever. Wherever I go ask anybody. Yeah. Yeah. I did a good. It's a good test. It's an interesting test. Well, thirty year old spirit airlines passenger on a flight from Detroit to New Orleans. Recently got himself banned from the from the airline forever because he was vaping in the bathroom. And it tended on the flight banned from spirit, Airlines's, like livers and anchovy sandwiches for, you know, more. Pay extra for bringing my own purse time. You're in the mood for the but end of the whole wheat bread with liverwurst. They'll, then you're just gonna have to suck it up. No more stubbed toes for you. I always say their motto should be fly spirit. So we can break yours. Yes. I like that for a while. I know their name comes up every once in a while never once yellow planes. That's all I know. Well, here's how it went down and attendant on the flight apparently told the deputy that she saw the guy take a drag from an e cigarette and ex Halen into a bag. He was just doing this in his seat. I just like the biggest criminals in our society are smokers vapors. Now, we have decided that these, these are the Dillinger's of our society. We should these guys pictures fucking post office, like this kind of seen vaping. On the wall. Declared some sort of war on smoking, and we've decided I've said it, they're worse than deadbeat dads is of our fucked up retarded society to the worst people in the world is people have an addiction to nicotine with water vapor. I blame the, the companies who are selling, the, the candy tastes grape juice, and these kids are addicted nicotine and they're twelve. Vape in a bathroom. All right. So I've look through this window few times, I've seen a couple of folks vaping on occasion. And I don't care. But max Patty, you can tell me I've not been in the proximity of a lot of aping stand, a reason that if you had a vape pen that wasn't a flavored vape pen and you went to the bathroom of a commercial airliner. You should be able to lock yourself in that bathroom like some guys lock theirselves. Do a little offloading. They're in there for fifteen minutes. Right. Seems like you could have a couple of draws off the vape pen. Wait it out a few seconds? And then exit. Now, the alarm would pick it up, or somebody would detect it, they've Dawson you've ever. An airplane bathroom a does go away. But what I did make that mistake. I walked out too quick when I walked out some of the vapor when he's got a look. But I think if you stay in there should completely dissipate. Flushing? All right. Well, this plane's smoke alarm dig off out. Did it did okay when a deputy met the plane in New Orleans, the unidentified passenger denied smoking and then said he didn't know it was prohibited. Raping vaping. And for live fight with a stewardess to get a it's. Tidewater vapor. In a bathroom, who cares? We're. We are nuts. We, we have some sort of weird thing for smoking. You've heard me yell about this mine tire career like a weird space, for smokers that we don't like we have it like, you know. Tax evasion or being a deadbeat dad or being whatever like we were mildly perturbed vibe or not nearly as bothered guys who've ape doesn't affect us. I don't get you know what it is. Our capacity to be outraged over, things really don't fucking affect us, and we have no business talking about his gone through the roof and the last fifteen minutes. Right. So the answer vaping, or smoking, or whatever in the past, just like the guy wants to smoke on his patio as apartment. That's his fuck and business or wants to vape that's his fucking. It used to be the answer. Was he wants to go do this? That's their business. We'd have that answer now. It's like I'm making it. My business the what, what if worst case scenario is you walk into the bathroom right after somebody was vaping in the bathroom that's about as bad as it's going to get what does that at nine or ten like where's that say the plane hitting amount is a tenth? Yeah. Where did you walking into the head and getting a little second hand gum vein? Where does that land on your shit? What the risk is on the actual problem. Would you do understand? We live in a world. Where leaf blowers are running wild all the time, just walked down the street, and if somebody blowing fucking lease with a two stroke outboard motor strapped to his ass blowing up a huge plume of ratchet and you're walking with your dog. So where is that where is that versus vaping? Where what would you rather happen to your kid? Course would you rather your kid? Get the second hand water, vapor or have the leaf blower, full of fucking airborne particulars. Where are we at? And if the answer is rather have the then why we fucking nuts on aping, and we don't have thoughts, we don't have thoughts about the fucking leaf blower? My nuts Ymer supposed to listen to anybody. You have no thoughts about this. This is a person whose life is a fucking wreck and they're giving you designing tips on your entry hall. Why am I listening? I'm not listening to you. Why, why I'll tell you why. Tell you why. Because we are fucking cowards and what we're looking for is safety and then judgment, we're not looking for. We're not. We don't wanna make judgments on leaf blowers because those are Brown people and we don't wanna be called. So what you could do you could go online and you could go, hey, what's going on these fucking leaf blowers this bullshit? And you'd think it was inaccurate because you think you're talking about leap lows, but someone would connect that to poor Mexicans, and then you'd be taken out to the public square and flog. So people go aren't can't connect to that. I'll get fucked the thing about smokers is, we could say that with impugning everyone can just be hero. Smoking's bad, never good. Whatever you never, there's no, we can't connect it to a race or sexuality or something that could get you flog was so funny. I was talking about this. I was listening. I don't know if you got it next pets, the internet's down or whatever. But Bernie Sanders was doing this. This thing where he was going. These professional athletes. They're, they're getting paid more a thousand times more than schoolteachers. He said, is it right? That a professional baseball player. Get paid more, and I thought, oh, he had to pick a white sport. He couldn't say the NBA he now the NBA and the NFL are predominantly black and bigger than baseball. But he picked baseball to, to say. Is it right? That these guys get paid. Because if he would have said, the NBA than would've got back to him, that, that was one, one removed from racism, so he has to make a point that athletes, athletes, shouldn't get paid a thousand times more than schoolteachers, but as an athletic example, he picks the least athletic sport, which is baseball, and it was calculated because just say football or basketball, whatever, whatever watching, but he can't pick an all black sport. Because then he is going to get fucked up in the town square. So that's it's calculated. And that's how it works. It's not a good time and people should either be four leaf blowers, or against leaf blowers, or four vaping against vaping. Regardless of who is operating vape stick, or the leaf blower, that's me. But I'm here I'm with you. But you're driving down the road and the guy hit. He's got his window down and his car is filled with vape smoke. It comes out doesn't have hit you worry about can he see? And this guy actually see them hot lungs, and your blow it out. And it's kind of Burr. It's fifteen times fifty times got. The gotta get the grape to be purple. Oh, like puff. The magic dragon blowouts came out of your mouth. They pens like dick. I'm with you on the peds good. Then the k- flag comes out of your that now that, you know, print get prince's family to sign off on the purple vape. Paisley vaping. That would be down with. All right. Let's bring it home. She got it. I'm Gina grad. And that's the news, I'm gay, but I'd like to be gayer g. That was the news with Gina grad. Jat gayer. Gyco geiko dot com. Got the to do list how Chea save a bunch of money on your auto insurance and you don't have to go anywhere. 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Broadcast warned sports network prisons. Good sports. I know sports fans. Welcome to a brand new episode. Good sports damage shake here, Adam Karol over there as we've done a lot of important work this week. Already ranking donuts pizza. We worked in a little soccer. We talked about. What we Akbar buys. You'll be a our mutual pal. You've barely skimmed the surface of fascinating man named Akbar. Hopefully he'll be back by his book. Anyway. I brought up something last week that we can get back into here very quickly. I like you love your football. You love your football Sundays watching it when the fell great group of guys and obviously, the best sport known demand hard, not to see what's so great about it. But how much do you love it? Here's another one for you NFL football or you, if you can only watch football on Sundays from now until the end of time. By starting each football watching day by listening to a full Bob Marley album. You must listen to a full, you must listen to legend. In its entirety before your eyes can drink in any football in your mouth can drink any beer. There were see a picture, Bob Marley. Dad now. Oh man. When Gary pulls up a picture of Bob Marley dad, Bob Marley's. Dad looked like Colonel mustard a white. White is a white guy gets. Wow. I know he was like, in the military. I mean he was. A white dude. Like you think, oh, what does Bob Marley stat, do he owns a head shop and makes jumble? I look at little hourly stand. He looks like Conan O'Brien is gonna say, looks like the elder, George Bush, evokes, George Bush, and Conan, O'Brien, right, ride the Steed in a cowboy hat, what that same. His name's. Norval. Minore. Marley. Correct. That's Bob Marley set who needed. I'll tell ya or let me ask you a hypothetical who got more distance from their biological dad, Royer wise, Jim Morrison of the doors whose dad was a decorated Rear Admiral a Rear Admiral, and he was like my dad's dead died chasing Indian. And then he walked down. How why does who needed to get more distance from a career standpoint? I squared at. I think we need to really focus on this a little Ottmar half ass. It looks like a ginger. He looks like a straight Danny Kaye. I know that's a great guy. I was gonna say hardy from laurel and higher staying whichever one. I see Woody Allen. But what in seventies how no Brian Allan? It's crazy idea that, that was the case. I'm going to have to work on this though. I have to figure out who I have to figure out who has the greatest distance from their old man. Yeah. About you. On the mount rush- mind. Half. It's not like I wouldn't have my comedy credentials if people. Well, they knew how unfunny my mom was, it'd probably hurt my case. But I'm saying Jim Morrison, he's taken psychedelics singing about the man. He's doing his dad is decorated his an Admiral in the navy. That's the definition of the man, Bob Marley. Smokin sp- leave and talking about the roster way. And his dad is Conan O'Brien on a horse. Wow. That is so weird and I, I don't know. I don't know. Bob. I XE story. First off say this. You know anyone wants to talk. Biology. You know, is a great Wesley Snipes once said, always bet on black because you take the whitest guy on the planet. He then has a child with a black woman and the child becomes one hundred ten percent black. It's not fifty fifty Bob Marley's lightish skin, but he's blacker than anybody. You know, it's an interesting point. Yes. They win genetically they win. So what's your answer? You have to listen to Bob Marley. And then if you wanna watch football ever again. I think if I stared at pictures of his dad. Listening to it. It would bring me some joy, and I would listen to Bob Marley, and watch what I see. Well, see, that's it. Look at you finding the silver lining there as what do you think about a grim matter? We saw last week in the NBA finals minority owner of the Golden State Warriors sitting in the front row and Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors falls into the seats where he is, and this owner kind of shove Kyle Lowry at work. He said his job, doing doing what he's doing in the guy reaches out and pushes him and is offended like, how dare you fall into my or my love lap. Like I'm getting the ball man. What do you want me to do? And now this guy's banned for a year and find a half a million dollars and everything else. What do you make this, it feels like it's in the last twenty years or so, I don't know remember how long ago, Monica sell us was, that's the grimmest heard in the back by mid early, but has anybody ever touched you you're doing? So while you're at work like that. Ain't it a crazy thing. Stevo tried to choke me when I was hosting a late night. Right. TV gold. And I saw by the way, was ninety three. I do feel like I'm rare exception to being physically salted while whilst doing my job. You know, when I work instruction had a shotgun pulled on me you did. Yeah. Well, no. It wasn't pulled on me. When I when I. I don't know why. But it reminds me like so we did quake rehab is a big building. It was low income housing for a lot of marginalized people. Although what they don't tell you about marginalized communities is oftentimes they marginalize them selves, because they're fucking nuts. Acohol ix. Like it's not like we margin lines. And you marginalized you because you like porn and you like booze and you don't like work. So you're in a marginalized, Oprah's and a marginalized community. She just hasn't marginalized herself if you really break it down. This was a hill group of marginalized people elderly black Hispanic white everything else, but they couldn't work. And so we had to subsidize their housing and lived in these single bachelor units downtown. We'd have to come in an earthquake rehab come into their units start tearing apart, the walls sheer walling everything it was a mess. And they were home all the time. They never even left. But anyway, at a certain point. There was a guy named shakey Jake and basically. Raising like staff takes he was think of think of stacks from goodfellas, like where the had, you know, like what happened the stacks he should've hit the truck. Instead, he got high and winters girlfriend's house and the feds found the truck, and we had to go put a bullet in him in his crappy apartment, like in his underwear black socks on MC, dress socks, and there's, there's a look, I know I can picture the never looked spindly earlier than old time, boxer, boxer underwear and black dress socks. Yeah. That makes you look the thinnest makes me think of my old man, getting ready for work. If Brock Leser put on a pair of whole time boxer shorts and black socks you'd be like I could kick that guys that. That's so true. Yes. So there's no weaker looked for a guy. Anyway, shakey. Jake was up and if unit and I was down working in someone else's unit, but I was known as sort of, you know, the, the Menachem Begum or the. Boutros-boutros-ghali of the group. They knew to come to me when there were problems and I could solve it with words. And so and shakey. Jake shakey Jake liked me. So shaky shaky was like they went got me Adam shaky, Jake's pull the shotgun. And you've got to go talk and down. And so I went up to Shakey's unit and sure enough, he had a double barrel shotgun with both hammers pull back. And he, he was done. He was like, no more. You can't come in my unit anymore. You guys come in every morning at eight o'clock or my unit then you leave, you know, like we're done. So. I was called in to broker an agreement and shaky liked means I came in, and we sat on the foot of his bed together in our underpants. Shotgun out here. Like the cop who takes off his gun belt. See this just you and me. But you took your paying off, so we're just sitting there. And all I remember is he sort of agreed to put the shotgun down? But he did say an remember this very clearly that he was unclear is if he could get the hammers back down without the gun going off at both hammers pulled back on a double barrel. Shotgun. And it's to triggers, if the do this move where you put your thumb on the hammer and then hit the trigger and try to low relief, but lower back for it hits the primer too hard and goes off. So I remember stay I had my fingers in my ears as a sitting on the bed with my fingers. Here's things like all right. I'm going to try like he was pointing toward the wall, but he's still going to try and I was like, all right. Let me plug my going to try. See, now that's real life in a movie, you would a gun in there to talk them down. And while the gun is pointed at you, you would have said this to the growing list of things that happened movies that have never happened in real life, anywhere is you go, and while guns pointed at you like do it just go ahead and do it do it. And he won ever demanded that someone shoot them while the gun is actually point when you're getting fourteen dollars an hour. Shakey Jake just to I'm right here. You got to get back to me on who needed more distance from their biological dad. I work on Moore's Jim Morrison's dad, Rear Admiral for the navy. I'm going to undertake a study and I'm going to see if I can. I'm gonna mind history. And see if I can find any other sons who deviated wildly from their FOX, Jim Morrison was like my dad's dead. And Bob Marley was like, oh my dad died in a malt. Liquor explosion, Jim Morrison father commander of the navy during the Gulf of Tonkin. Here's commander in the navy during Vietnam and his son like singing protest songs against enough commander of the navy during Vietnam had his crazy. This is going to be fun. There's going to be this is going to be worked for me. It's going to be fun research. All right. Listen, we've done a lot of hot sports talk this week for I think we can all agree on that. We'll be back with more of it for you next week until then four, Adam Corolla Dave damage. Good sport down. Got curl show on Twitter that girl show on Twitter that supports mail at eight six three four one seven four four. Come out and see the man in Denver Adam Karol is unprepared comedy works south in Denver. Get your tickets now Adam Corolla dot com and steak cloves eighteen. As we walked suburban garden, carefully Catholic, without stubbing. It you notice it moves, like not at all. It's inanimate and utterly without brain function. But despite that, when it got known his about how gyco not only saves people money but also gives them access to licensed agents twenty four seven online and over the phone. It's clear to them. You should switch because yes, which into gyco is a no brainer on second thought, maybe don't what garden gnomes to carefully people, mytalk Trump and Biden. I'm Tim Maguire the AP news. Minted President Trump former vice president Joe Biden trade shots while campaigning in Iowa both in town today. Avista in state today during speech and council. Bluffs. Trump said Biden seems to be using Hillary Clinton's campaign book, when it came time to vote, they all said, you know. She doesn't like Trump very much. But what else does she stand for same thing's happening with sleepy Joe? Is a sleepy guy. A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy is in grave condition on life support after being shot last night at a fast food restaurant sheriff Alex villain away, says deputy Joseph Solano was running errands, and picking up some food. He was taking his mother's vehicle to be serviced at jiffy lube, which is located right next to the Jack in the box where the shooting occurred a suspect. A man from Utah was arrested today after he had called his father is also a suspect and another shooting in Los Angeles last night. I'm Tim Maguire.
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"What the ventilation system in little toasty in here. It's really warm. Air is like stale and smells a little too For being gassed or what Kfi am six forty. We're the music. The john and ken show john kobylt ken. Chiampou and Welcome things are off to a cranky. Start but if you were here you'd you'd be complaining but don't go there followed by advice. I don't have a stuffy room. That stinks because i don't share it with a bunch of smelly radio people. Well what's being recirculated in the air. No you complain about airplanes. You're the ones always thought that's what it smells like. It smells like we walk into an airplane where they were. They turned off the engine and the air is getting warm and has an odor to it. I know that's what it smells like. Yeah sort of a standings kind of yeah stale. And and i don't know the virus hanging in the air here see air conditioning. Kovin particles. I don't know it doesn't it doesn't feel right viral loads tank. Somebody's viral loads hanging in the air. Yeah not lost on john myself. Was the story that among all the damage. The mob did wednesday states capital. I'll just leave it like this. They left brown footprints. Yep yep wonder at that day. I said there's somebody going to pull down their pants and shoot one out. Yes that's the ultimate way to really pay disrespect. Yes i started acting acting like a pipe. Protesters they really weren't in there. That long so i read in one of the stories that they were. They were relieving themselves in the restrooms. And then they were. They were taking their Oh their deposits deposits and then smearing it all over the the hallways and i heard that somewhere tracking. It was that too. I mean they had There was some urine found. Do yeah they had a variety of ways to spread their their waste products and this was. This was their message to the government. These people the more. I'm reading the one who decided to lead the charge inside. These were the real far out crazies. These were the guys that belonged to organizations mostly q. On people you see the video of one of the first insurgences up the steps to the senate chambers. There's one poor capital cop who took this video something with a cell phone behind the cop. He's standing there. You don't see the the mob yet. He's on the stairs. He's kind of holding like a stick. Some sort of baton and he's gesturing but he's backing up almost every second of the video he stops and then he starts to backup and backup and then here they come around the corner. Like zombies movie led by some guy from iowa cunanan shirt on and they just kept. I mean he realized he's not going to hold them off. He's hoping he comes up and he pushes one of them and this is the lead guy again to push them back to say you can't go any further but there's probably fifteen or twenty of them and one of him so he just keeps backing up so he loses. Listen actually gets to a hallway. Where he's doing about seven capitol police officers all armed and they're all standing there with a face off and that's when i turned off the video but this was apparently the first major insurgents in to the senate chamber area and eventually you know they got into the senate chamber so yeah here. It is a source close to uh chuck schumer said the invading rioters Defiled the capital with their dung dafur soft feces in the hallways. They took dumps in bathrooms and then spread around their poop. Said the schumer aide. It came from the bathroom. And then they tracked it around. There was an intentional effort to degrade the capitol building another Congressman said there was urine there was clear desecration and yet you were busy. The last half hour sending me polls at ipsos yougov that there is a certain amount of support out there for well intruders to polls. They were different in the results. But among republicans between twenty three twenty three and forty five percent of republicans in america supported the actions of the capitol. I like the two terms of people could use two different ends patriots. Or fool's fool's number of republicans said they were fools now but of course the other side. They're domestic terrorists extremist criminals. The thing is this crowd is not going away. they're you know. A few of their leaders may have been arrested might be imprisoned but they represent A lot of people out there and they're not gonna take the biden administration down. They're not gonna take it lightly twenty. There was apparently social media chatter about doing something at the inauguration but they're supposedly know a lot of the quote follower set. Maybe not but there were suggestions. They should go after other state capitals around the country. Yeah back again. No the the these guys in it for the long haul they actually feel let the united states has been taken over by evil forces and it is their patriotic duty to fight. All these evil forces were just had their president for four years. I yes i know but he was unfairly. Deposed fairly overthrown with a the fraudulent election was how this is going to go on for awhile. Then i read even rush was talking about lexington concord. Yeah he said he. What reference to these like the that kind of revolutionaries yeah he was comparing him to the original revelers or euros its first insurgencies the first uprisings. Yeah now there's there's the british air so there's a lot of guys doing that stuff so we're in for a wild for years by you know. The thing is part of the story. which got buried. Was that there was a pipe bomb at the republican national committee headquarters and another one at the democratic committee headquarters. And these were real pipebombs. These weren't fakes bass did see that they work. They were real. I know the bomb squad had to blow up the republican pipe bomb but it you know if that's where we're going these guys were serious right. These weren't ingest little ladies who got pushed around in a crowd The the these were professional agitators. These this flipside of antifa the one that made me jolt. This morning is apparently one. Demonstrator demonstrator one full full one terrorist homemade napalm. Yes i saw that. I can't even. That's who palm in. Their house remembers from the vietnam war. The effects of napalm like one of the ingredients was styrofoam. I what did we come back. We can talk a bit about the nuclear codes and the football and the biscuit of its. You didn't know that term. John the biscuit know what's well nancy. Pelosi decided to speak to a general with the joint chiefs idea. That trump should not be launching any nukes before he leaves office next week. And of course you know. It's a hollywood thing the the red button as it's described here but there is that the suitcase what they call the football with the codes inside but most agree. That doesn't work that easily. The trump could do this. We'll explain when we come back. John and ken. Kfi so we're mentioned before the break we're going to talk about the nuclear codes and what is known as the football. That's a heavy black briefcase. That's the infrastructure to launch an attack. A military aid brings it everywhere. The president goes. You've probably heard the football. Have you heard of the biscuit john. No this is a new term right so inside. The briefcase is the communications equipment. The president talks to the national military command center. There's a sealed packet with a piece of paper inside called a biscuit. It contains the authentication code to certify that the orders coming from the president there's also a basic pamphlet preset military responses. That's how it works. However the news today is that nancy pelosi was speaking to a general with the joint chiefs of staff with the concern. That trump may try to do something nuclear before he leaves office on the twentieth. Colin powell showed up on the today. Show saying this is kind of ridiculous. Let's not dragging this out because it's not like that You wanna use a nuclear weapon than you would probably never get near it What do you. What do you mean well said they said the same thing during the reagan era if you go back and look at the times during the nineteen eighty campaign they were always saying the same exact things the launch processes are intended to move so quickly that there's no second guessing cancelling an attack once a decision is sent but it isn't like trump has his finger on a big red button right. He can't he can't remote by remote control send off a missile. It does not proceed through the typical military decision making chain of command. It requires input approval of many officials. The owner is meant to be conveyed quickly. So that officers can executed decision. Then only the president can make but according to general john heighten now the number two military officer he said in two thousand seventeen that leaders would not obey an illegal to order and can advise the president before launching. And if it's illegal guess what's going to happen. I'm going to say mr president. That's illegal and guess what he's going to do. He's going to say what would be legal. And we'll come up with some options a mix of capabilities to respond. Whoever the situation is and that's the way it works. He says it's not that complicated. But he said there is no mythical red button that to hollywood thing. It's a complicated process. We've legal advisors in the room on both sides military and civilian side the laws play a big role in this. It probably wouldn't really be possible for trump to carry this out. Well there. there was a similar situation. During the nixon administration. Richard nixon used to get drunk and he would get pissed off about something and he'd order a nuclear strike and all the intermediaries had to Get slow down the process now. North korea shock down a spy plane in april nineteen sixty nine and nixon got word of it one night and he was loaded and he he wanted he wanted to send a nuclear weapon to north korea and henry kissinger got on the actually called up the joint chiefs of staff and and and ordered a tactical nuclear strike and then henry kissinger who is the national security adviser also got on the phone with the joint chiefs and got them to agree to stand down until nixon woke up sober. The next morning and kissinger is reporter told aides on multiple occasions that if nixon had his way there would have been a nuclear war every week and there was also a story that The russians were were sending troops over the middle east during some dust up between the arabs and the israelis and that nixon was drunk again and he wanted to send some nuclear weapons. I i dunno to who and and they wouldn't even wake him up. He actually passed out and the kissinger was calling the white house. We we gotta talk to the president. See what he wants to do with this russian invasion and they said well he's sleeping right now and that was a code for you know he's he's drunk as one off. Yeah sleeping went off and this apparently was a common thing. Of course. it wasn't reported on back they. Nobody leaked any of this stuff until after the administration was long over pelosi also was expressing concerns. That trump may try to use the military in some manner before inauguration day to stay in power paper. He's got this absolute power as commander-in-chief but in the real world you don't have to answer the phone you could stall. Yeah because what do y- yeah exactly. What's he gonna do. they gonna go. You arrested right. Who's gonna do that. You're not gonna blow up five million people they you may get you may get fired or discharged or whatever but at least you haven't murdered five billion people so usually there's somebody in the room who calms down the crazy person. Still twelve days Yeah we have to listen to this so this is supposed to start impeachment proceedings monday. They can't do it quickly. S one fast track move. They can't do it quickly enough and the republican senators are not gonna do it unless trump does something else. There's the weekend they don't have the votes all right. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app slightly. Better vaccine news on our ranking. We're now only thirty six. Instead of forty eighth we've had a slight increase in the percentage of distribution the the percentage of vaccines used compared to the amount we've received it so we've now used twenty five point three percent of the vaccine received however we still have one point seven million vaccines sitting on the shelf. Unused one point seven million. Let's go get them storm. The vaccine the vaccine warehouse. Yeah well well. Speaking of that governor recall announced his proposed california state budget for the upcoming fiscal year which begins july first. There'll be a lot of changes to it before they pass it. Three hundred million. He has in there. And you look at these numbers though. You gotta remember something. This is a massive state with forty million people jerry branch to say economy in the trillions. Yes and when they throw around these numbers they really are just drops in the bucket but he wants to spend three hundred million dollars to speed up the distribution of the covid nineteen vaccines. Why didn't they do to that already. They had nine months. Just take up. I echo funds would be used to implement because this gavin newsom a state vaccine management system. That sounds like that. Sounds like a year project. Shouldn't they have already had one. Yeah they should've had with saying the guy's been sitting there. They've been talking about that. The vaccine since last january. It's been a year. it's been a year since they The biontech researcher the guy germany. I identified the genetic sequence of the virus after the chinese finally released. It and work began on the vaccine a year ago. And it was well publicized. That it wasn't a secret. I also came out that some sort of online software system seized up yes. I saw that something called. Prep mod vaccine management tool designed to manage vaccine wait lists and inventory and it says here some public clinics and nursing home operators. Say the systems limiting access to the much-needed. Vaccines this is another. Case of nineteen seventy software. That just well seems that way doesn't work to hold up under the crunch it's it's It says some providers say the system limits their access to the vaccines now and is your california public health. People would not detail the extent of the software system problems but but says they have received complaints from some local health department. We keep hearing the same story The computer software wasn't there for the Billions of dollars that they sent to the fraudsters at the unemployment office. Computer software doesn't work for the dmv. The computer software doesn't work for the vaccine system. I don't understand this. Silicon valley is here. The internet works. Do you ever go on the internet. And it doesn't work. Everything works all the websites billions of websites around the world work on billions and billions of devices all day. Long the whole world runs on the internet. The only thing that ever works is california government agencies know vaccines. Get a real. Id license can't get an unemployment check. I don't. I don't understand this. And then he held a press conference. Oh well here's what we're gonna do. No that was his all talk last january. That was january. Twenty twenty you. Give the speech on. Here's what we're gonna do january. Twenty twenty one. You're saying hey look how. Well this worked. You don't start now. Recall really we got the link on the website go visited and some say. This is like newsome's pet thing. He loves to talk about budgets details because he is just a bumbling bureaucrat. he has no connection to reality. He relies on jargon right and all of his. Double talk babble speak. you know what. There's no sense of urgency. He has shut down so many people from working. He shut down so many schools. Everything is ground to a halt for a lot of people you know. Not in the tech industry right. They're making their money. They're all working from home. They're fine if you're not in the tech industry you got a good chance your life or somebody in your family. Has their life all screwed up. The only thing that gets us out of this is the is the vaccine. We've got one point seven million vaccines sitting on the shelf. And he's saying oh. I'm going to authorize money so we could start an agency saying applying and it was like what are you talking about. Are you insane. Take the vaccines put him in the back of a truck setup a tent and start injecting people now now another medical provider complain this morning about the red tape is the problem there too. Many rules and regulations regarding the rollout of the vaccine. This is a typical newsom. Wanted to have a task force at strike team study done at. I want all this lined up to be. It's slow everything down to a halt and then they get a glitch in their software system and you can imagine how this completely clog everything from happening. See everybody's appalled by trump's insanity this is insanity to the people can't work they can't go to school the kick get money from any source and the axioms are sitting there. And he's got some complicated impenetrable bureaucratic computer system that doesn't work to hand out the vaccines when it's phyo act. You don't have to do this through a computer. It's a physical act get medical professionals to set up a site and start injecting people and their arms. We were told for months when the vaccine gets here. We'll begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel. I think even newsom said that a lot of the end of the tunnel is the vaccine. Well hell get it out there. Get it into people's bodies so we can start to bring down all these crazy case numbers and hospitalizations and the deaths so we can get back to life as normal. Why would just sit on this. I mean it sounds like a photo op. But if i was governor man i'd be right out there with my mask on at a warehouse getting those needles out getting those doses out there. I'd roll up my sleeves volunteer to check somebody myself. Do they need volunteer drivers for the trucks. What do they need people volunteer to help. Assist them out. No i it's it's it's the rules about. Who goes first and verifying that. They're properly documented. That they're on the just shows as one list show your. Id make it an age list. Make just for people of a certain age. That's what they're doing in florida. Yeah they're talking about this in california that anybody over age fifty would be able to qualify. But we're not at that phase yet. Tech texas still trying to get the healthcare workers the frontline people and they're still trying to get through the nursing home people. That's what i'm hearing well. Why can't they do several groups at once. Why don't they do. Let's say people over fifty and do nursing homes and do healthcare workers and do firemen and policemen do all of it they have the vaccines have to give it out in exact order. Understand what we're just gonna wait till we inject every nursing home patient. What kind of the approach taken. We'll start and we'll because they're afraid that if they just roll it out bigger it'll run out and some nursing home patients who get it. That's that's an insane fear. They have one point. Seven million vaccines on the shelf is running out. This is everything. They're saying is irrational illogical ridiculous absurd. They're incompetent they're incompetent. They're like the capitol police yesterday. They're just overwhelmed and overrun and they didn't prepare and they don't know what to do. Supposedly the biden administration is considering what the u. k. is doing and that is rolling out all the doses and delaying people. Second shots. Because you have to hold back some doses for people to get their second shot in a couple of weeks in that country saying no we gotta get this into the population as soon as possible. We'll just have to delay your second dose now now. What does that do. i'm unclouded. there's gonna i in some say that could lead people exposed because if you don't get the second dose on the timely manner you may get the virus because you don't have the full protection others say you'll get adequate protection for awhile. It's really a mixed bag. From what i read is usually they. They should release the percentages there so vague. And what they say like dude is it that instead of it being ninety five percent effective. It's going to be seventy five percent effective or do the effect of this instead of lasting for a year. It's going to last three months. What can i think it is the latter. I think they're concerned that it won't last as long. If you get just one shot that unionisation when you either. You had it on the second to second one. The second analysis. Yes and that's what they're worried about. You may not have the protection cable. I know but in three months they'll have more the vaccine available to give us all the second shot. I mean when they said two shots through apart was that just arbitrary that they made that up or was there a reason for it. Nobody enough yeah. That's supposedly the that came from the former companies as their recommendation for your first and second shots for for the most effective. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi john show. John kobylt and ken chiampou. Am six forty alive everywhere. The iheartradio app. Hey outrage coming up after three o'clock another la county. I'm sorry another california county district attorney joins us at summer stephan from san diego. She went on fox. Eleven to denounce george gaskin. The new la county da and it actually involves a case that the two counties share do you remember. It seems like ages ago but it was really only two years ago. There's a guy believe of rent nelson who apparently came to california and started shooting people and he killed a skateboarder by the name of dimitri cults off hours after that he shot an off-duty la county sheriff's deputy by the name of joseph sellers execution style while the guy was in line at a jack in the box in alhambra. Remember that story. Yeah well he also committed a bunch of armed robberies in san diego so he was facing those charges as well and when. Jackie lacey was da. Summer stephens said you can take those charges and try them on those two but now she's saying no way not this towards gas gone. I don't trust what he's gonna do. Because guests gone is dropping. All the gun enhancements against nelson for the shootings and the robberies. And he's also going to drop the special circumstances of multiple murders which would take life without parole off the table if nelson were convicted and drastically shorten his prison. Time but sentenced see might be eligible for elder parole at age fifty. That's her take on this right. Well the case the person accused of being the killer is thirty years old. When he's fifty he'll be eligible for parole. How can you say that. Seven armed robberies execution murder of innocent people is one where a person should have parole date and twenty years. He said that's why she's not happy. She said two people were killed. You don't get to live so the price of one which is which is what gascoyne is doing here. He would only get a sentence for the one murder not for the two murders plus all the robberies and it'd be charges yup three five and we'll go through this with her but it's unbelievable what this man is doing to the criminal justice system in los angeles county. Here's another case where hey la county. We're number one. Well it's fema. The federal emergency management agency came out of the risk for every county in america. There are over three thousand counties. It was a list of risk for eighteen types of natural disasters earthquakes hurricanes tornadoes volcanoes and the old soon nami and la was tops at three thousand counties. Yes one of the big reasons is our population density the way this works. Is you know you have places in oklahoma tons of tornadoes. But you don't have a lot of people and property in the way of a lot of them. Think about alaska earthquakes. They have but often. I would think we got between the combination of earthquakes and then the floods it sue nominees. That'd probably where we got the highest ranking. We've had us in hami. Have we risk for the potential is there. Is there your and of course it also includes mud and debris flows. Oh yeah we have. The heavy rains. In the winter. Those sad stories people died in some of those big mudslides after heavy rains. So we don't have any volcanoes here. everybody thinks quake. That's probably our number one risk. Everyone's mind because that can cause a lot of damage and a lot of Death and injury see denver's not crazy for hiding under her belt. Say you guys make fun of me. We're the most dangerous county in the united states for natural disaster. I know what was weird about this. New york and philadelphia rank far higher on the risk for tornadoes. Then places like oklahoma and kansas. And that's again because there's more people in property goes away assess edition a tornado. Going through manhattan I never thought of that. Well i think the buildings would stand up put. Yeah probably a lot of other things would be thrown about. It says here. Famous top-five riskiest counties for twisters two boroughs in new york city and also philadelphia. Saint louis new jersey's hudson county ranked very high. How about that because of the population density because of the population dentistry. I can't recall a lot of devastating day. Had a problem. Remember with some of those super soaker storms sandy. About the years ago yet they create a lot of damage that was a tremendous flooding there. And of course this little kicker Only four percent of the population has federal flood insurance but the estimate is one third may need it. That's not wanna buy cheap people in by for that. They think it's a waste coming up next the san diego county district attorney summer stephan. We'll be here to express her outrage over. La county district attorney. George gascon and a case that she was going to handle down there concerning a man who had murdered two people up here but committed a bunch of armed robberies down in san diego county. She was going to hand it over to la county but not now because gascons in charge coming up. John ken show debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty. John and ken show john and ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well we're we're going to close out tonight taking your goupil twenty twenty one entries. Kfi am six forty dot com on a day that we learn the news that Longtime dodger manager tommy. Lasorda passed away aged ninety three. Clearly i would tell you that doesn't count. That would not be a valid entry into google pool. Twenty twenty one because it occurred during the one week Window and he had been in some pretty poor health for quite some time now but he passed away apparently last night at his home in southern california. All right right. Now we've chance to talk to another unhappy california county district attorney summer stephan from san diego. County is gonna come on the show to talk about our la county da. George gaskin his new directives. The one that's got most prosecutors worked up. They probably all do but deals with dropping sentence. Enhancements is like gang membership past criminal convictions. This is the case on stuff. This the case nelson You may remember twenty nineteen. He committed a double murder in. La county he killed a skateboarder named dimitri cults sof in downtown la and then a few hours later shot an off-duty la county. Sheriff's deputy joseph solano while salawah standing in line at a jack in the box in alhambra. Now before he committed those two murders in san diego. He's accused of using a gun and committed five armed robberies at five convenience stores and when he was finally arrested in. La county san diego. Da's office gave la county permission to prosecute nelson for the armed robberies in san diego's. Jackie lacey was da at the time but now gascon wants to drop off gun enhancements against nelson for the shootings and the robberies and the special circumstances for multiple murders which would reduce his sentence potentially to maybe only twenty years or less. It would take life without parole off the table. let's get summer steph again. L. a. rather san diego county district attorney summer. Welcome again to the joining ken show. Thanks for coming on with us. Good to be with you. John and ken. I wish it was better news ville. Yeah what what you're taking back. The case of retinal sending spies the robberies and san. Diego are concerned. that's what i'm doing. That's what. I'm hoping the court will decide on monday. There's a hearing in la on january eleventh monday where the lady is gonna move to dismiss the gun allegations the double murder allegation that drive by shooting allegation including the san diego cases. This takes what i thought was going to be a life without the possibility of parole case to one that will be eligible for elder parole which is twenty years and to add. Insult to injury Per the directives known. Da will be allowed from la to go and contest If the war decides to parole him at that time so unfortunately. I can't speak for the la victims And and you know my thoughts and prayers go out to them. But i can and will for the sandiego victims. Have you ever encountered anybody with this kind of philosophy. The philosophy it's made it into power. You know i don't know but this is this is really really out there. I mean this is this is you're taking the most violent people and you're putting them ahead of victims ahead of public safety. I mean it's not. It's not i just i just sitting at my desk and i see this announcement and then i asked my team to see if any of our cases are implicated. And i find out that this heinous execution of Dimitri and joseph a happened and rightfully so we gave our armed robberies To allay thinking we're going to get life without the possibility of pool and now we get this pronouncement and none of the victims are consulted under martial law. None of the rights are protected This is not what. I really think that. It's not even people who are fervent about criminal justice reform. I don't think that they're thinking that they're. Da is is going to be on the side of the most violent criminals. That's amazing exactly what he is. You can't get much worse than shooting a cop execution style while he's standing in line ordering a hamburger and you know his family has reached out to me because and you know all i can do is speak up and be a voice and follow motion court as to are victims because we can get thirty one years on the armed robberies. Because i'm not gonna drop the gun. Allegations i mean it would make a mockery of the laws so you take a guy who you know. S- snatches a purse. And and that's the same sticking a gun and somebody's space and robbing them. The law says it isn't the same. That's why we have enhancements that portray. What the hard what the real crime is. You know. it's saying that you kill one person or you killed ten people. You're gonna get the same punishment you're going to have the eligibility for parole. Is that that will it. What in what world does that make any sense. So i am really upset about this for For my community. La community if you do try him separately on the armed robbery charges down in san diego county would that impact this idea that he could get elder parole at age fifty. No it doesn't but it allows my attorneys to go and fight against role because we would have taken back some jurisdiction what. We're really hoping as ours. Our motion is very strong. Because here's what's happening. Okay so you take an oath to follow the law. But if your boss is not gonna follow the law and is sending a deputy. Da to court to argue that. This is in the interest of justice. I i'm hoping no judge will buy this because that's what my paper say. That is not. And i mean there's no real live version of this where it is. In the interest of justice it may be the interest of Some political Will but that's not that's not in the interests of justice so i'm hoping the judge will say no the problem is you're asking professional prosecutors to violate their professional duty because they they either are going to risk their jobs or go into court and ask for something to be dismissed and the interest of justice. This is a bad choice. All around to please. My prosecutor will be there. That isn't in the interest of justice. I can't imagine any. La county voter. Who voted for george. Gascon would be in favor of releasing after twenty years a guy that executed a police officer. He was standing in line at a fast food. Restaurant is cold blooded murder addition to killing that poor skateboarder. And i can't imagine that it's what you said what they voted for. You talk to them. I can't believe they'd say oh. Yeah they should only get ten twenty years for that. Gas gone wants to drop the special circumstances of multiple murders. And what you said is two people were killed. You don't get to lives for the price of one. That's not how this works and that that's exactly what would happen here. He really would get prosecuted for the second murder. And i just kind of really make this clear sadly. I think i'm gonna win this fight. You know at least as far as convincing the judge that this isn't an interest of justice. So i i'm gonna guess from my thirty years of experience that the judge is going to follow the law and is not going to allow dismissal. And that's my hope. Remember this only can be stopped because the judge will follow the law. Not the what happens. If god forbid there is another double murder triple murder which happens. Sadly every year in every jurisdiction mr school for his policies can from the beginning before filing it in court not include the special circumstance of double triple quadruple murder or the gun. Allegations and at judge can't do anything about it because it is not asking the judge to dismiss something that's not there in the first place. I don't think most realize threat to public safety. I don't think most people have even know how the charging a criminal really works. That you have special enhancements you have special circumstances and it's to cover the specifically specifics of the crime. I think most people think well. He's charged with murder well. He's charged with robbery. But it's a multi part charge and each part carries its own penalty. And you put it all together and then. The crime is described in total. And what what would guests going is doing. He's breaking off big parts of the charge and there's very little left at the end. That's right. I mean and maybe you know maybe the. I don't know because you know my passion were becoming district. Attorney is to protect public safety protect victims rights and protects the rights of. beck's accused. That's what we do. If he wanted to change the law and not follow the law as the top of fischel. Who's supposed to enforce the law. You decide you're not going to follow the law. Maybe the profession is one of the legislator where you can change the laws. It is not to be the constitutional hell. Can we expect anybody out there to follow the law. If the top person that's the district attorney does not follow the law. I don't know how we can do that. And then why bother have district attorney's office if if the only concern are defendant's rights then there should only be a public defenders office. What is the point of having a district attorney if victims rights. No longer matter about summer stephan. Thank you for joining us. We appreciate your fighting this as best he can and coming on and telling our audience about this outrage by la county da at san diego county district attorney summer stephan. Thanks for coming on. Thank you care about. George guests gone and this is a story that goes back on the a couple of years. Some sick individual by the name of retina elson came to california. He murdered a police officer. And he also murdered a skateboarder. Remember remember this story. And the latest and joseph salona was the la county sheriff's deputy who got murdered and dimitri called off. Was the skateboarder killed in downtown. La also committed tomorrow robberies down in san diego county which is why summers involved. In the case. Put gas gone by reducing and eliminating all enhancements in the cases against this red nelson may mean he'll be eligible for parole and just twenty years. More coming up We were talking about the latest defense from la. County district attorney. George gascon under his new directives. He wants to drop sentencing enhancements and it sounds rather dry and boring but it's key to keeping murderers in this case in prison for a long time this would be the case of a man who came to california and shot dead an off-duty la county sheriff's deputy and escape border and he also committed some armed robberies down in the san diego area by doing that. This man may only be in prison for twenty years when he's eligible for over fifty elder parole. Let me tell you. Let me tell you something. This shows you that he wants to stop prosecuting. Seriously prosecuting. everybody okay to cover it up by saying well is because there's a racial imbalances like no rent. Nelson's a white guy from addis state. He shot a white cop. La county sheriff's deputy joseph salona. He shot another white man. Dmitri call soft this no race angle. Here this is a double murder. This wasn't he killed the cop because the cop pulled a gun on him and there was some kind of standoff. No this cop was standing in line at a jack in the box. That's off duty. Just trying to get some food skateboarder. Dmitri cough was picked off in the street. This this is about. This is about as bad as it gets. You wanna keep cop-killers out of prison for a long time. The public has to be outraged by this. And this is not what they voted for with this guy and this was coming off. Five are robberies san diego so he committed seven major offenses in a very short period of time and he should get life without parole. I don't think anybody should get the death penalty but let's take that off for a second life without parole who objects to that keep in mind. He's thirty thirty years old. Yeah it's out of forty in prison till he dies but fifty. He says he's gonna get released. He's sick evil wacko. He's a violent psychotic and you can't fix those people. There is no rehabilitation. His brain is fried. All he does is have fantasies and compulsions for violence for killing. It pleases him. It's why he exists to kill and guess comb will not even prosecute rhett donaldson if he won't prosecute retina there is nobody. He wants to prosecute seriously. Nobody remember years ago. We used to argue about well. They say it's only nonviolent non serious offenders questions some of those but now it's blatant with this guy. Well this is a murderer of two people. Here is the evil trick of extreme progressives. They do incremental changes until they build up steam and then they bulldozed the whole system when they started with non violent serious serious non whatever. Okay that was the cover that was to get their foot in the door that was to get people used to the idea that hey the prisons are overcrowded. We've prosecuted too. Many people. people are unfairly jail. That was the plant the idea and then every year you take a little bit more territory and a little bit more in a little bit more and then when you get a crackpot like s cone and. He's in charge of the la county district attorney's office now. He's got the power to do a wholesale bulldoze now. Nobody gets seriously prosecuted. No go away for life and during that tour you just gave remember. They tried to tell us to things. Like raping an unconscious. Person was nonviolent. Non serious i know. Remember that list. We had a few years back crime. They considered non violent non series. I know that's the thing in his incremental. They know what they're doing. It's a long term plan. They know they're not gonna win. In a day in fact if you try to grab everything at once you lose but if you're willing to wait this out five years ten years twenty years you. They think they will get there because they get the public used to this stuff. They make it complicated. They make it boring. That's why gascoyne is perfect to pull this off. He's really dry and boring locks. He talks in circles. He goes off thrown. He goes off point. He makes no sense. But you can't even know you can't pay attention to long enough to know that he's making no sense. He's contradict look. There's a bottom line with gascoyne. Nobody should go to prison. Anybody in prison should get out as soon as possible. We're gonna we're gonna go and resentenced people we're not gonna. We're not going to prosecute people anymore. We're gonna get away with the absolute minimum of prosecution. Well one of his successors as da in san francisco is a man by the name of chesa. Boden when we come back. Do you remember the other day. I casually mentioned john. This is california for you. A guy met a woman for a date instead. He carjacked her vehicle and he ran over to people and killed them. Yeah oh there's a lot more to this story that involves this nutty. Da in san francisco. Chesa boden next. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt and ken. Chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well we've been talking about the breed. That is la county district attorney. George gascon dangerous. they're basically public defenders. They represent criminals. They do not represent victims and their families one of his successors in san francisco as da there because he was da. Their guests gone is chesa bowden. Who took office about a year ago. This story got the attention of the associated press which did a full length story on it. We mentioned the other day briefly. Because it just tells you the state of california today that a man apparently arranged a date with a woman and i laugh because apparently chose like a fast food hamburger place to meet her but before they even went inside he carjacked her. He drove off and then he killed two women. He ran a red light. It was supposedly intoxicated and he killed. Elizabeth platt eight sixty and hannah abi age. Twenty seven in the streets of san francisco and this story took on bigger meaning because the man that did this troy mcallister. And the san francisco police officer union says a plea agreement for a robbery set. Mcallister free on parole. In april and then bounds office did not prosecute him for multiple arrests including one on december twentieth for alleged car theft. This is a guy who's been state prison. numerous times. Most recently was sentenced in san francisco. County to five years for second degree robbery. This is april twenty twenty. He was released on parole for time served five years at. What is today january. Twenty twenty one. He just got sense to april was out already eight months seven months. I i guess. I don't know how long he was out before he bought this to. This woman killed these two other pedestrians but even san francisco which tolerates a lot. People are starting to scratch their heads and save. What's with this guy. That's running the da's office well. He is a radical like gascon. Guess cone came from san francisco. He was the former. Da chess about in is the new. Da bowed comes from two radicals who parents who were radicals. They were weatherman. Radicals if you remember that group from decades ago. Yeah they had a botched robbery that killed two police officers and a security guard in new york. They got very long prison. Terms and bowden has spoken about experiencing metal detectors and making collect phone calls to talk to his mom and dad who were in prison for a long time. Now bowden as well as gascon is financed was financed by george soros. This eighty eight year old multi-billionaire who lives in europe and has dozens and dozens of organizations that now fund political races. They have targeted big city district attorney races because their lower turnout. They don't get a lot of media attention and they spend a lot of money on extremely deceptive advertising and campaigns. and that's how bowden got in and that's how gascoyne got it and it is soros and his organizations agenda to completely destroy the criminal justice system as we know it. They got all kinds of buzzwords. They all catch phrases. That dog all kinds of complicated arguments. You know they use racism as their big shield but the truth is they do not believe that the united states government on any level should be allowed to imprison no matter how horrible the crime death they daddy. That doesn't work. And i'm like well. They can't kill people when they're in prison. I wonder even kill other inmates. I wonder if they even care if it works or not. Or is this just part of the the anarchy that a lot of people are pushing from all sides. I mean clearly. It works because if somebody's prison they can't kill anyone on the outside so i don't know how you make an argument about that. I wonder if they don't care if their purpose is to create this kind of anarchy and undermine the stability the united states i mean. We're we're all afraid if we all feel unsafe were already. We've already been shut down by the by the by the by the virus. And all these your coney and lockdowns and now we're supposed to be frightened to death of the crime in the streets which nobody in california say seems to have an interest in stopping. Is this all a part of a grand plan to keep us endorse to control us to take away our freedoms to take away. Our pleasures bowden was elected to the da's office and twenty nine thousand nine having never prosecuted a case cases. That sound familiar gets goes eight guests. Combs in a normal election was a public defender. So i'm saying in a normal election. Nobody would vote for these two characters because they they've never prosecuted. District attorney is the chief prosecutor. Now they've we've two guys the two biggest cities that never prosecuted what what's wrong here. It's these underhanded campaigns financed by these organizations and what they do is they. They do a lot of online campaigning and advertising. Which you might never see see. There's a lot of stealth campaigns go on online. What this whole like the whole cunanan thing right. If you're a normal person with a normal feed on facebook of just your friends and co-workers it never know this is going on and then suddenly this thing explodes that whole that whole storm. Capital routine was fueled by on. That's another underground subculture. that has really blossomed. And it's ensnared millions what we have another sub culture going on where these organizations finance these these advertising campaigns for. Da's online and you may never see one of these ads and if you do it would look normal reasonable but look at what the candidates are about and no media covers this stuff that nobody really seriously covered the da's race. Maybe i i saw was stationed at two minutes on jackie lacey. Okay now it's been two minutes judge gascon. But they didn't reveal what really was going on behind the scenes here the radical plan. That gascoyne had what he really meant twenty years for somebody who executes. Two people including county. Sheriff's deputy really. That's what you voted for. all right. We got more coming up so a lot of stuff going on and you're not aware of john and ken. Kfi taco bell. Ken chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Not we'll be back on california's slow vaccine distribution situation after four o'clock journalistic said you need to refresh bloomberg to find out. Did you do that. I get that he fell to forty six. Okay it's very possible. I mean do the refresh. Maybe he's wrong. But you had a stewing a little better now see a two twenty three to twenty three. They updated it. So let's A list here that sent it around the time that you mentioned it. Yeah but i probably had it on my screen from before two. Twenty three sherman. We are now down to forty seventh. Oh bunch of states passed up. Yeah no other states are really kicking into gear. I mean it's it's not a fluke. We just we had. We had a better day yesterday but Not not good today where we have two point three million vaccines allocated that have come to california and we've only injected about Six hundred thousand. So there's a a million seven vaccines still sitting in the warehouse where forty seventh in terms of doses used we've only used twenty five percent of the doses that have come to the state and there are Many states doing much better West virginia has used sixty nine percent of their doses like vaccine like one percent of the population. Yeah i know it's it's it's just ridiculous this is this is incompetence and we've talked about it. We're to talk about it again after. Four o'clock down now they're talking about the computer. Software programs have failed. And and this is the programs used to access vaccine registration and the vaccine waitlist registry. Is something called prep mon- prep bod a vaccine management tool to manage the weightless and the inventory and send proof of vaccination to patients and the thing is is been botched up. So we'll get more of that coming up after. He's on a state advisory committee on vaccines. Dr wasserman will join us at four zero five. Oh here's a good story. A lot of people love to make the comparison this week that the mob that stormed the us capitol. They got treated better than the blm protesters around the country. Cops for very tough on them. L. let me take a portland once again where we watch that city implode for months a basic hands off philosophy too much of what the demonstrators were doing including trying to attack a federal building in that city. That's why trump ended up sending officers to try to protect federal property. Of course the media didn't really cover this story and when they did they're mostly peaceful lied they just light. It's just a party like atmosphere. Well here's how crazy. They are some of them. We can judge some of them. They confronted the mayor. We put ted wheeler in the dumpster. We he's a dreadful dreadful one of those weenies he's one of those unique weenie. Mayor's here is the audio. He was apparently confronted by. Yeah the far left. Who really can't stand him. He was at a restaurant in northwest portland. Which is funny. Because he's really far left himself. I know that's why. I find this amusing. Here's a part of what happened. You come to. Are you comfortable you having a good night on the town you enjoy yourself. I think you need to do your job as a. I think you're a disgrace. I think everybody's fetig suites john how to me. How dare you can forget about you. Never gonna forget you have none of that would give you need matters community growing joking the only call that we're having here if you have nothing getting for whatever You are shown you got to was that was on which are setting here yeah. Supposedly the mayor took some kind of a hit from a woman possibly to a shoulder. Because he says something like did you hit me. He got a wack. Little were amused that he kept asking. How old are you. Why would that be the response. Well you tell. Immaturity needs to grow up yet. She says gonna grow. That's a good idea. Crazy guy is screaming at you and you start to taunt him about his age. I mean you don't know if he doesn't have a weapon on him. Why are you trying to set him off. Idiot but We'll is is is a dreadful dreadful one of those little soy mayors. They're he's healer weenie. Yeah is in. The guy is identified as tracy melina. The activists screaming there and again a far left wing mayor being screamed at by farther. Left-wing kook over over. Over what i could really make it out high coming up next. Dr michael wasserman returns to the john. And ken show medical director of the eisenberg village nursing home in receipt. A past president of the california association of long-term care medicine and also a part of the state's advisory committee on the vaccines. That'll be the topic next john. And ken show. Debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty. John and ken show john kobylt ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app with the news. That trump has been permanently banned from twitter. You wonder if one of the alternative platforms that he will probably move to take off and some popularity because he's millions of followers. He has eight million followers. There's there's a competitor called parlor. Pr elliara It's only got a few million people on it but If trump went there. And i don't know how many other ones there are. I lived for twitter. He's got to find some place to send messages that he loves to do. Yeah a tally speaks to his His his mob is mob every day so they wait for the special message from the leader. We'll have more on the whole situation with the capital the other day some more information on some of the people who are being arrested including the guy that was it pelosi's desk they nabbed him. The arkansas guy that put a seat up on the desk can was having a good old time and took an envelope. Some really violent guys and a lot of really stupid goofs we are gonna talk dot com. Dr michael wasserman on earlier this week. President of the california association of long term care medicine the nursing homes. I think he's former former president. Yeah but right now is director of the eisenberg village nursing home and receipt medical director by knowing how you slice the numbers. We're doing very badly in california. The broadest way to look at it is how many vaccines have we gotten delivered. And how many have we used. Well we've got two point three million delivered we've only used about six hundred thousand twenty five percent and that is fourth from the bottom among states. We're in forty seventh place for the percentage of vaccines used. Were getting vaccines. The federal government has sent them so far. We are largely incapable of efficiently. Injecting people and everybody blames everything. Today story is about a software program called prep mod vaccine management tool to manage the weightless and the inventory to send proof vaccination to people and The system doesn't work so well and Dr white michael washington is gonna come on among other things. Talk about that. Dr wasserman welcome again. How are you. i'm good and i was quoted that story and We had issues. It took us a week and a half to get the vaccine because of the california the kobe ready or the california ready program because it kept kicking us out and creating problems. So there are problems with the The technology there and to your point the other day if if a nursing home or assisted living wants to be vaccinated. We gotta say. How quickly can we get the vaccine keel. Rather than have you dotted your i's and cross your t.'s. So i think that's part of the problem at the state level Keep in mind when the federal government delivered the vaccines about three weeks ago. That was like the first state in the county's heard of anything so they weren't given time to prepare now that at the end of the day they've had a few weeks to get prepared and i think it's time that we get it right. Isn't that true with all the states though because a lot of states are doing much better than we are Yes and no in the nursing home was it's pretty. You know. I mean look when you look across the country there's about five percent of the vaccines that are destined for nursing homes sitting still sitting on shelves. So we're we're fairly average in that regard West virginia on the other hand. They've gotten vaccine out to all their nursing homes and they did it because they engage the nursing homes existing pharmacies rather than cvs and walgreens Florida from what i understand. You can correct me. They were down near the bottom like we were. They decided they're going to give it to everybody. I think over the age of fifty. Just line up and you'll get injected. They got rid of all the categories. They didn't care a nursing home patient or you worked in this profession or that profession. They just said over fifty get in line. They have moved up considerably. They have now used about thirty five percent of their vaccines. They've actually Are doing quite well in a very short period of time once they just said. Hey if you're over fifty come one come. All the problem is they're not necessarily getting it to the people who need it. The most which would be the folks in the nursing homes or in the assisted living facilities So i honestly i wouldn't use. Florida is a great example because they've also had ninety eighty nine year old sitting outside for eight hours waiting to get their vaccine so i i'm not sure that approach is ideal. It's probably the fifth year olds. That are getting they're more you know more In a in a better fashion. But but i will tell you some positive news here. As i'm speaking to dr farrar tomorrow about the la county distribution of the vaccine so I'm hoping to you know provide a little guidance to the cownie in terms of how we can get the vaccine out to the nursing. Homes assisted livings quickly in a much more effective fashion. I thought california was considering the people over age. Fifty thing that florida's doing that. I read that the other day. Dr wasserman or i hope not because remember the people who are dying from this virus are people who live in nursing homes people who live in assisted living facilities generally people over the age of seventy five as well as the folks who work in in those facilities. They are dying at a higher rate than any by the working in a nursing home for the last ten months is the most dangerous job in the united states. Okay then explain to me again. I know we went through this the other day but a lot of people may not have heard it if everybody knows where the nursing homes are located and there's this huge vaccine supply sitting on shelves. Why can't they simply drive the vaccines over there. It's literally a captive population. These people can't go anywhere else. You know where they are and how many of them they are. Why isn't this being done. Twenty four hours a day. Bureaucracy has gotten in the way which is the discussion. I'm going to have tomorrow there. I i completely agree with you that we need to put the bureaucracy aside and figure out how to get it done. Why do they think this way. I don't know anybody in normal life that would come up with this complicated impossible system with with with tears and categories and software that doesn't work and application processes and this and that and the other thing it is so complex it is so rigid it is so ineffective literally does not work so why do they cling to these systems. Why don't they just do it. The simplest way honestly. I think it's habit I wish i knew i look. I think in a pandemic we gotta break. Free of those habits You you are you guys make absolute sense and again. I'm that's the that's the message. I'm trying to deliver well if you widely distributed vaccine as fast as possible. Don't have a better shot at some form of herd immunity. Isn't that the goal. absolutely absolutely. We've gotta get as many people in nursing homes and assisted living. Baxter made it as quickly as possible. I dr wasserman. We appreciate you coming on again. Updating us thanks a lot anytime. Thank you guys. He's medical director of the eisenberg villagers and received a to the california association of long-term care medicine and he has information concerning the state's vaccine distribution. Roll out you heard him. Say he's gonna talk to dr farrar tomorrow about improving the distribution lines in la county to the nursing homes long term care facilities. Maybe we'll get back on next week and see what he learned from that discussion. More coming up recall. John and ken show page at kfiam640.com repulsed petition of newsom. This was his responsibility. The way you said that i was thinking. You're saying something else. Now do you recall. The john. And ken show recap to recall. Recall recall us to. I don't care but he he deserves it so the petition is there and they've got over a million signatures already so this can be done. Quick reminder that the goop who for twenty twenty one will close out. Tonight it's easy to enter you can fi- am six forty dot com. John and ken pay. Same place you'll find a link to the recall of governor gavin newsom. You'll find three spaces at entry form link where you can send in your three picks for gopal twenty twenty one and of course the big news today locally on that front was the passing of a longtime twenty year. La dodger manager tommy lasorda. Who of course stayed with the team. That i hear seventy one years yeah. He was drafted by the dodgers. I think going back to the late nineteen forties. He was a pitcher but not a good pitcher. Yeah he made it to the major slow for short stint. Did you see any one of the reasons. He got removed to make room for sandy koufax as a pitcher on the team. That's right think he got. He got dropped because they put sandy koufax on the roster booth. He was a manager in the minor league system for many years Coach for the dodgers and then the manager and then later on he was the general manager for awhile and adviser to all the different Owners and a constant presence at the games sitting there near the boxer the front their on the lower level. He had a great life and the lived long enough to see one more championship last year. I back to the i mean. This is a great example of why they don't know what the hell they're doing the night to tell us every day about cases and hospitalizations and deaths and they're trying to figure out new ways to restrict us which apparently with the greatest restrictions almost in the country. We're also leading in terms of coronavirus. Arizona might be per capita. Same sort of shape we are. You know it's funny arizona's wide open we're shutdown and we we both have bad rates. So what is not working. What does it tell you. It doesn't matter. We've been dead for a year. And we have the worst rates we've ever had in a year so their latest directive. That came up yesterday. Afternoon is don't travel more than one hundred and twenty miles from home. Yeah the magic. One hundred twenty mile perimeter will save us all. Remember the from last week the week before if you come in l. a. county from outside the region you gotta quarantine yourself for ten days. That's still there. Yeah that's enforceable so is this is enforceable to their advisories. They're not saying that they're gonna well. It's it's a waste of time your car for a few hours now. Having an effect look there look at all the cases. They're having every day. People's behaviors are continuing the way they always have been in certain sections of the city certain sections of the state. It is still the same communities that are overwhelmingly behind the surges. And there's the same communities that have hardly any cases going on so it is the behavior in certain sections of the city and the state and by by eliminating all the in-person dining is still let people working at the restaurants in the kitchen. And that's about a way to get covid but just telling us that's not what the outbreak are. No it's not telling us now with some of the larger workplaces some of the larger businesses and then of course from gatherings. Because if you stop people from gathering at the more public places they'll do it in private and that's what they're doing yeah. We still haven't gotten this. Horrific new year's christmas surge is starting to begin. Yeah so i'm looking at It's same it's the same Towns coin the florence firestone sectional los angeles boyle heights east los angeles south park Let me see what else Cut he san fernando huntington park bell gardens. Maywood saint places hallways the same as places last week. Same place a month ago. Saint place six months ago the same same list of places to come back to us with your strategies the best get over there with a warehouse full of vaccines and get to work all those neighborhoods. You just named. I know i don't know what why aren't they have more than three people. Living in your home. You get to go i. I don't know why in coin they they've had. Let's see they've had in bitcoin. Twenty eight hundred cases in the last fourteen days. I don't need my vaccine right now. i'll give it to someone in those hose. Zip codes with all the terrible case numbers. They have two hundred cases a day gesture input Which is a small section of the san fernando valley two hundred a day for at least straight days and it's actually gone on a lot longer than that but that's that's that's the that's the chart they have on the la county public health site. So i i don't know to me. The total population is seventy seven thousand people in employment. We have a million seven vaccine sitting on the shelf. Why aren't they driving to proclaim a- with with tens of thousands of vaccines right. Now do a up take these top twenty five communities just in la county and bring the vaccines to these communities and at the people who take it. Well then. that's nothing we can do. We'll just move on but why you. Why are you close in restaurants and all the rest of the city. What's the point of that stupid. Where we're just run imbeciles. And i don't mean to insult imbeciles but these these people running the county and the state do not use science. They don't us intelligence data. Nothing they just got one word lockdown. That's it that's the end of their brain process and when we come back more fallout from their incompetence locally here in la county more and more homeless people are dying on the streets because they will take them off the streets right. That's companion tolerating this more than ever during covid nineteen. Some more of them are dying from drug overdoses. We'll talk about it. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou cafe. I am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app right. See if you can follow this because it's a fascinating look into more of our government incompetence do you remember after cove it hit. They were concerned that california's state budget would shrink and it would absolutely collapse. And they were protecting fifty four billion dollar deficit. Do you remember that. Show total panic. Didn't happen in fact. What the turnaround is today. Newsom said today when he introduced the state budget that we have so many billion surplus he may have to give some back to the tax payers. And he's going to be forced to do that. It's called the gand limit. He says he doesn't have a choice. We are so over taxed that he's being forced to send money back to us. Yes because it turned out the stock market had a pretty damn good year after. Oh my off early on. After the pandemic it is recovered and all these wealthy tax payers makeup most of the payments to the state. They're having a good year so the state's swimming and receipts and because of the gan limit which limits government spending. It's too complicated to explain. Those passed by the voters decades ago. Newsom said if it continues like this is probably going to have be a refund for tax payers. Has that strange world. Yeah well no. The stock market is at record highs. I mean it's it's insane and this is all about capital gains and such. Yeah well they're banking on that There's going to be a huge economic recovery in a few months once we all get ojected with vaccines that are locked up in the warehouses. If he's got such a big surplus why does he spend whatever it takes to get us all vaccinated as quickly as possible. Why does he do that. I'll give up my refund. I'll donate by refund to the vaccine effort. So i can get an injection because be talking about ham sandwiches and bring it back to the vaccine makes me crazy because every minute of the day my life somehow constricted impacted because i'm not vaccinated and i could be. Everybody should feel this way. Like i said. I'll give mine up if they take it to those neighborhoods that are overrun with cases. Driving down those numbers see to. I'll be on board with the. What is it. The health metric the equity metric the equity metric. Yeah right so speaking of more incompetence because of the coronavirus pandemic la county a. City all decided. Let's leave the homeless be. We don't want to move them into shelters could get corona virus in the shelters packed in together. But we don't want to clean up there is you know and everybody can tell you. It's the most disgusting ever on the streets of la. This has resulted in a big increase in homeless person deaths and we know it started in the spring of two thousand twenty what also started just before the spring of two thousand twenty. The big pandemic members shutdown was in march drug. Overdoses involving fenton all are skyrocketing. The first seven months of the year kneeling thousand homeless. People died in la county. That's an increase of twenty six percent from the same period from the year before. So if you're gonna leave them be and particularly during the pandemic they left them be left to their own devices. They're going to take drugs and die. You and i are the ones that say. Let's be charitable here. let's save lives. Let's get them off the streets. Even if they don't want to be taken off the streets they gotta go. Why wouldn't you do business ever propel these politicians to say let's change the laws. What's that law called that they past years ago the you can't get stick them in institutions against it's called l. p. s. lantern petrous. Yeah it's it's they've after three politicians from nine hundred sixty seven and ronald reagan side it and signed a and it it. It keeps the government from forcing people into mental health treatment or drug treatment and It it's a disaster. it's horrible. They could rewrite repeal that law in in a matter of days it can be done and they said they were going to do it this year and of course they get it and so now you've got a what's the total for this year. Oh my god well. They're projecting fourteen hundred by the time. They tally this up. Fourteen hundred yeah for the first seven months there was almost a thousand nine twenty six dead figuring fourteen hundred for the year. probably a. they're done with this. So so these are these compassionate these all these people. They're such liars. They're such scammers. This whole homeless industry got fourteen hundred people dead in the street. This is no compassion. This is an alp this freedom you've given them the freedom to die in the streets of fenton overdoses it's wrong with you. The these homeless associations where these executives make these big six figures salaries and then whenever they quit they release They unleash a press release complimenting themselves all the money spent they never they never list all the all the names of all the people who died in the straits. That's what should be on the press. Release the fourteen hundred names of people who died because the homeless associate. The homeless agency didn't do anything to help them. Garcetti to does anybody ever challenged setting about fourteen hundred people. In the street they surveyed homeless skid row residents such fakes and said if you could use drugs would you access them. Eighty percent said they would so we have a policy that began with the pandemic that all the shelters are too dangerous so we don't even want anybody in there anymore. Leave all the encampments alone left to their own devices. they're going to take drugs and die. Now we're seeing the proof in these numbers and mostly they inject by themselves so if they overdose. There's nobody there to help them. Nobody to call for help to reverse the overdose. Because there's you know there's a drug called narcan. Yeah that can reverse reverse so they did a survey of homeless people who inject drugs great ninety two percent inject drugs alone in the last year. Sixty percent say they inject alone daily and only thirty percent. Say that said they've ever gone to a shelter now says the percentage would increase if the shelters drug use or what would be the point of that right so they could die in the shelter instead of dying on the street how 'bout spending some of that surplus on on forced drug treatment we circle back to prop forty seven first of all. You can't criminalize being homeless. Let's criminalize the behavior. Well prop forty. Seven has made that a misdemeanor. See everything just comes back into one. Dreaded mess you take a policy where you're gonna leave people on the streets because it's the pandemic on a force them or even ask them to shelter. Prop forty-seven which doesn't criminalize remember what was important before. Prop forty seven was that you could force somebody into treatment so they could avoid a felony. That's gone everything's gone the takeaway every measure. They had to so they shouldn't be surprised that the homeless running up debt on the sidewalks overdoses homeless crisis. Almost people are three times more likely to die of any cause than the rest of the population their likelihood of dying from drug or alcohol. Overdose is thirty six times higher than the regular population. Four times higher from heart disease seventeen times higher from transportation related injuries. They get run over by cars fifteen times higher by homicide eight times higher by suicide. I i mean and and the name of that drug is No lock pronouncing it. Now i've heard of nor can though in our can i think by the trade name for see we got more coming up. We'll start to take a closer look at some of the people who stormed the us capital the other day. Who give you the update on the whole is trump gonna go now or not thing and many more interesting things coming up ahead of the first moist line of twenty twenty one john. How excited are you. I know it's been a while. I miss it so. Ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well we know even more than we knew yesterday concerning the situation at the capital on wednesday when the mob stormed the place the capitol police officer who died his name. Is brian sick nick. Originally from new jersey and his background was he was a member of the new jersey. national guard. enlisted in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s. It was a man in his forties. I think it was forty two and he did deployed saudi arabia. One thousand nine hundred nine into kurdistan in two thousand and three. He eventually decided to join the capitol police where everyone's said he enjoyed his job. He was on duty on wednesday. He was overwhelmed by the mob. There are reports mma couple of media outlets that he was hit with a fire extinguisher. He was taken to the hospital after he collapsed. He apparently return to his office. He collapsed there and he suffered a stroke on life support before he died. A twelve year veteran of the capitol police force. He was known by many who knew him. As a trump voter in fact apparently in a relationship with a woman. Who's to staffer for nancy pelosi. But they had a nice relationship she would come and go to the capital and he would always talk to her and she talked about him a bit. This is going to be obviously a homicide investigation and I imagine the priority. It's pretty big here to find whoever pummeled them. Some of the some of the Stormers were so violent. I heard tim ryan on tv today. and he's a congressman briefly ran for president. And he's in charge of the subcommittee that oversees the capitol. Police any said about fifty sixty cops got injured. He said these. These people came in hitting the cops over the head with pipes or whatever hard objects they had and a lot of these guys were connected to extremist organizations This wasn't just average run of the mill trump folk from From kentucky these these were. These were hard core bastards. Who what we're gonna do. Once they took over the capital this is. There's a story. They wanted to hang. Mike pence we remembered. We saw the the gallows picture of the day. You are wondering about that. that was for pence. Sorry i had the reuter story. A free tog offer waiters. Yeah said he heard at least three pro-trump rioters at the capital say. They wanted to find pence and executed by hanging out of debt. I think these guys are serious to that. That's what was really scary is. It wasn't just a protest. There were some almost professional anarchists. They just come from the far right side this time but the flip side of teeth. I'm it's a lot of q. And on people queuing on people people are not aware of what cunanan is. What are the term. Come the guy posted under the term or the name q. and a. non means anonymous or get started to be this character probably fictional. Who claimed he works. Inside the government he had top clearance. And here's what's going on. And it started with the pizza story with child sex ring in the basement and then it has expanded into a thousand different directions and and people believe the most insane fake stories door. Almost off fake. They're all made up and these people are now in a cult. The their mind has been taken over by this online monster. And all these people now feed into the online monster adding to the stories. And you really get revved up into politics and you really hate like a hillary clinton someone tells you she's part of a sex child sex ring. You're like oh i. I believe that. I believe the worst about her. Pablo yeah yeah. They beat the clintons murdered. All those people out of these people are not very bright and and a lot of them are lost and they're looking for answers as to why life turned out so bad or why so many crazy things happen at a washington you know. They don't they don't understand the world anymore said these these these stories from these q. Websites give them answers and suddenly the world make sense. It's it's very much like religion. The reason for religion the people of believed in religion for so many thousands of years is it is unsettling to be living on this planet and not know why and not know where. We're going and not know what we're supposed to do in order to get a reward if there's a reward now that is not something that most people can handle over thousands of years so smart guys made up religion and they made up god's commandments and laws and this and that in order to give people a structure make him feel happy and it also allows the guys who create the religion to control the people and and this crowd is under the control of whoever is feeding the cunanan stories and a lot of times from understand. It's the people themselves that are that are feeding the stories and this stuff is it. To trump trump believes a lot of this stuff. He's repeating this stuff he tweets about it. He talks about it in interviews. It's why he really believes about all these election fraud stories. A lot of them bubbled out of the queue. It on crowd. It's the craziest thing that you can imagine. But we'll have more on this. Trump has announced. Today is not gonna go to biden's inauguration. We're going to have a little piece of audio to play for you from someone else who died in wednesday siege on the capital. This is the san diego area woman who was shot dead by capitol police coming up. John and ken show. Debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty. John and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere from its iheartradio app. Okay we live everywhere from its iheartradio. Or did i say from said from its iheartradio. It's on the app. It's in the app from the app. It's everywhere yeah. It comes from all angles. You will not have a chance this hour. Two thousand dollars with the keyword to text tim. We'll have it at six twenty. I think we got the next best thing. John the return to the voice line people. Yes about five twenty s. That's anticipation is building right deborah. I'll i can't wait. We're all very excited here. And if deference to what happened in the capital wednesday we will not paper. Bob members to throw anybody in the dumpster. We weren't planning act. Can we add americans last. We just throw them in the dumpster. I understand this. The whole idea of mob members that has a terrible taint we have ukrainians. A couple of people emailed. You guys are just as bad member carrying out nude carry mount new. What do you think heads on a stick where about liars thieves nor political human sacrifice. You rile up people to thanks. Satan's like a fire. I stand by all our traditions. Don't worry we will be throwing hacks. We really didn't really have one no week. Throw everybody in but we will have the moist like people in their two parts coming up this hour five these self righteous righteous pains in the rear scolding us foyer. It did get a turn off the radio. Sell your radio. We get the too extreme responses. Just gave you guys gave up on trump. of course there's fraud everywhere. They stole this election and the other end. You guys are just like trump. You incite people. Be off the air. I don't read email email and social media. yeah i don't want gracie except the number of people trying to analyze your strange visual problem. They're still coming dehydrated. Okay everybody can see down. How do you know. Because i drink water and it went away. That's not necessarily the cure. But i'll the could come back because you have ocular going on like that word that word. Yeah that's get fixated on weird setting an ocular migraine. Well if i'm drinking water and it comes back anyway. Then we'll move onto another john c and weird things. Just ribbon light been worrying. Yes you know what that did happen to me. And i did go to an eye doctor. And he said that it was an ocular migraine. Same same same. There was times when i was looking at the computer screen and it was so crazy. I felt i describe not rubini but almost kaleidoscope e knows what's going on in there but there's nothing to treat that or what did they do for your nothing. No there's really nothing that went away. Yes i think. I think i was supposed to take. Maybe it was tylenol or advil when it happened. Yeah i ate broccoli. It's probably a vitamin shortage from your Your vegan diet. that's what it is. Okay well then then you have the vitamin shortage overload brain to your eyes sees up clogged with fat cheese. I would love to track the process processing your brain works. Just see how it works. It works fabulous. The biggest part is the area panic. Yeah you brought up all the disasters including earthquakes scan of people's brains now and see what happens inside as they are experiencing different sensations and emotions. I'd like to see what lights up when you go into when you're panic modes and it would be led. Yeah here is some audio. From two of the people involved in wednesday siege. Unfortunately the first one we're gonna play. She's dead this is this ashley babbitt from the san diego area. There apparently. Was you know somebody recording her as she was marching to the capital after the trump's speech. Here's a short clip of her marching along locking into the capital and a mob. There's an estimated over three million people here today. So spite what the media tells you we talked ground definitely something different. There is a of nothing but red white and blue patriots and trump and it was amazing to see the president talk fear now walking down the inaugural path to the capital. Three million people. God bless america patriots. Do you think that was three million. No she look thousands and maybe ten thousand. I don't i don't think she was processing things. Well wrap who. I don't wanna make. Well we diet but actually by the way was shot by capitol police. She was trying to climb through a window. We have learned more about her past. Apparently four years ago there was a restraining order against her because she apparently was not happy with her husband's ex girlfriend or wife. i'm not sure which. A woman named celeste. Norris has happened in maryland. She chased her down at a maryland. Highway in deliberately rear ended her car. Three times got a restraining order. Then there was a second request for training one because norris claimed that she was filing false police reports against her and lying and harassing her with phone calls. A lot of these people read a few profiles of the personalized. They have extreme personal lives. All right the a lot of these people are privately lunatics and they got sucked into and whipped up into Or these online trump groups or these political extremist groups They're the crazy people who walk amongst us and they've got they've got messy messy personalized and when once you start reading about him. It's not surprising that they were among the first breach. The capital they're delusional. They actually thought they were gonna overthrow something here. They're going to hang. Mike pence they were going to hang my pants. I i'm sure that and now see actually is being described as a martyr online considering how far they got if even found pence not that far fetched. They have him outside a lot of them. Were armed wadham. Them had guns. No they really. They really could have done something even more horrific than what happened now. Here comes onion lady. This is elizabeth from knoxville tennessee. She apparently did a quick interview. She was claiming that she got maced as she tried to storm the capital. Here's a bit of her. What happened. You were trying to go inside a foot inside and they push i made me. What's what's your name where you from from knoxville tennessee. Why did you wanna go in restoring the capital rebels. That's with you. that's the day again. Differentiated we kept playing that her. Apparently she's holding an onion which some people said she was using to make it look like she was crying. I thought it was some antidote to the tear gas. That's what i thought too. I don't know. I guess. That's what i saw his new of her. You take different stations. Do you know how many people are the mason world. Her except they used to sit quietly in their home and just scream at the tv or their spouses. And now they can all gather together online and they think they're an army and then they show up and it turns out they are an army. Well there's actually tens of thousands of them and then they got a lot of weapons people always said for better or for worse. Crump has gotten people more involved in the politics of the presidency than ever before. Well there you go because he articulates the frustrations that a lot of people have. I've constantly telling people this. Everyone says trump bad guy bad guy. It's like put that aside. What do you think. His appeal is to people. Why do you think these people are upset. What's going on in their lives. What they experienced in their lives that have made them so upset that they're attracted to him and they're now loyal to him and some of them are willing to kill for him. Think about what was going on in the world in the last few years but maybe last twenty thirty years the changes who got left behind. Who got screwed. Who's not being heard who's being told to shut up who's been called all kinds of names all day and night. There's there's it's physics if there's a react if there's some kind of action there's an equal and opposite reaction you had all those protests this summer right and they all got away with what they wanted to do. They got to burn. They got to loot they got to call. Everybody's everybody's sitting at home a bunch of names everybody at home with shamed. Everybody was told how terrible they are. We think that's just gonna come and go and everyone's gonna forget now sitting at home boiling over this angry. And then that morphed into a further extreme group than the one you just described which also believes things like. There's a sex slave ring that runs the country child-sex during right. And then jeffrey worshiper people. Jeffrey epstein actually has a sex slave ring that had politicians and celebrities partaking and he mysteriously dies in federal custody and so people assume. Wow there must have been a huge cover up here. Looks like all big important. Names made sure that epstein would disappear. All the guards suddenly fell asleep. Oh the cameras were all turned off. People don't believe any of this anymore. You know there's just enough truth in this jest enough to let you take it to the next rival right. That makes this storm the cap that makes it hard to say you're completely wrong. It's again completely wrong. But what about this. And of course they take it a thousand times too far but i i you know pete people's conversations about this i find to be very superficial. It's like take a deeper take. Imagine why the i mean. Look at all the people that i just read the other day. Record number of people died of opioid overdoses. Where's that coming from. What kind of despair is going on out there that we don't see because we're living in our gilded cage is on the west side of los angeles. What's going on. In ohio and michigan in kentucky and florida out in the rural areas where all the jobs were shipped to china the other headlines are that trump is not going to attend biden's inauguration. They had to figure that he's been banned from twitter. Looks like forever and the attempt to impeach him. We'll continue possibly on monday. The house of representatives is going to work on that. We don't believe that's going to happen in the twelve days left. Come monday only be like this is. This is a lot of symbolism as usual a lot of jhansi pelosi was asking around about trump's access to the nukes. It's real folks. you should probably should a guy though. See that one monitoring yeah. The mois line is next. John and ken show john kobylt ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well it is. The return of the voice. Line to the john and ken show. It's the first one to play of two thousand twenty one also. It has been weeks since we played these people sincere off the last couple of friday's it was christmas new years. So here we go. You leave a voicemail and you may hear yourself on. The john and ken show one eight seven seven moist eighty six john. And we're excited to hear from you about time. Big on the fog. Acronym friends of gavin should be used on a state level. But i feel like on a local level for you guys in la. Your dog should be friend of gas. Gone whatever michael avenue you know the guy. La county the mayor they have so much rican mind slush fund minded day. We got all these empty buildings here. I'm sure they do a pop up cockpit of like do everything papa clinic help of event. Kobe don't make no people are so rude to me. Because i'm not running. I was standing. I moan business social distancing and this guy started yelling at me and he goes. Why don't you wear math. That i said well. They're not thick and have antibody already got the virus and he blew up at me. Like i'm crazy ridiculous. I and i don't do. You want me to wear masks so you can feel more comfortable to get out of here. Wow ken chiampou passed away. Oh my god. I had to call him because he wasn't connected monday. Lift up river broke the new the gym man. Where can go. Actually this and car city. Exactly what they wanted to do. The wonder this virus continues active longer. They can continue to shut down things and tell us exactly what to do and not to do. This is absolutely what they've planned on and they're gonna continue this way because they lose their power to control if they vaccinate all the people that want to get back on my gosh. It's already starting come. A lot is already come. Harris is already starting caliber story and so it begins hollering shortage of nurses and doctors and stuff will then they need to look outside of la county maybe even outside of california and pay these people because they have the money reason why we are the forty eight this because let's face it. The governor has not gotten his mood out from washington. Dc which He's expecting try to pocket. What are the problems with the antisocial media sites as i put it i've known people who have become totally ruined and dysfunctional for the need for everybody to light them. Somehow i was a little kid. I like to. I didn't like i didn't like it. I thought even if the kid. Why would everybody like me. I don't like everybody and that made a lot of sense. That's why i've always had a problem with the antisocial media sites. I always thought they were fraudulent. Happy new year's you clown roses are red violets are blue twenty twenty s gone and hopefully new to the third about california completely bungling the vaccine injection and also heard about. Perhaps the problem is that they can't find enough healthcare officials to go ahead and administer those shot had an idea maybe they should just get heroin junkie. So go ahead and do it. They can handle their way around needle just by. I tell them branch solid newsom needs and to me or cranial. Somebody should talent moron. We don't stock stockpile vaccines like french. Laundry gift cards and a member pandemic. i wanted to make love mile lady. But she was women screw aiding she said thanks for understanding. I said hey don't mention it. I swear to god man. i think we're going mental. You want to get out and have a nice steak dinner. Yeah you have to wear the mask. Keep your soul distancing indoors indoors. You could get to sit down and a nice table server. Come up to you. Take your order. Drink your martini just like the old fashioned days. Right here in california right. Now go to your local indian casinos. Nancy pelosi. I hope you've had your hair done recently. Because now you're gonna know what via lockdown because apparently you're unable to understand what quote unquote little people have to follow the law. Now you do to you gotta check on him. Apparently tend alive. Thank god welcome back guys holiday than you very much. Thank you for meeting. Please hang up for about twenty minutes day. So yeah there was a technical issue. Actually somebody left the line open. Didn't hang up from the morning show couldn't sign on that figures as probably sitting like that for hours and i kept texting thing. I can't get on and nobody seemed to know until they figured it'd take off on the tanya roberts. Yes sad story just so y'all know the latest California we've slid back down to forty seventh place. We have one point seven million vaccines sitting in storage. Not being used only used twenty five percent of the vaccines that they sent to us. They sent us two point three billion. We've only injected about six hundred thousand. So one point seven million. We've told you the same story all week. Nothing has gotten better. Newsom has done nothing to fix this. Nothing yes do they. Wanna keep us lockdown. Because they've they're enjoying the power. I'm starting to wonder. Why wouldn't there be a huge sense of urgency to inject as many people as quickly as possible. Why would you have even one vaccine on the shelf. Why why why we got more of the voice line coming up overturn it. A moment john and ken show. Kfi you hear the guy called and said about people are dysfunctional because they don't enough likes. Yeah on dysfunctional admitted. I work with you guys almost four years. Now that's right. Yeah four th anniversary is coming at is gonna guess. What are you gonna get me for putting up with you guys. Jeez everybody says. I got to put up with you. Guys were so warm and friendly. You are oh yeah all right chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Hey the kuku entries will end tonight. The link is still on the website at kfi am six forty dot com. Send us your three picks for who from the world of celebrity. Whether that's sports music entertainment politics could pass away in the year. Twenty twenty one and you could be a winner come this time next year. Kfi am six forty dot com. John and ken page easy. Link you get three picks and of course. The rule is anybody that passed away. This week does not count. That includes tanya roberts. That's sad story from earlier in the week. And of course tommy lasorda. The big announcement today the longtime manager and long time member of the dodger organization passed away at age. Ninety three also a link to the gavin. Newsom recall. They announced this week that they've hit a million signatures. They need a million more so but they got some good money. They got hundreds of thousands of dollars from some big donors. So you can be a part by using the link to affect the recall on the ballot of governor gavin gruesome. It's been a rampage of john's all week the vaccine distribution. You heard a lot of people in the mois line commenting on it. I finally got a look at the phases from this cockamamie plan. Yeah phase one eight actually call. It won a you see because there's phase one but we want we've got all sorts of people in phase one. They're important people but we gotta break it down at the abc right medical center. Workers healthcare workers in home care facilities urgent care clinics pharmacies dental practices in laboratories then phase. One b is people over seventy five. The first responders the police and fire teachers postal workers public transit workers and grocery store workers. But you know that john. They're in phase one b. They deal with a lot of the dirty diseased that come by phase one. C includes persons sixty five to seventy four years of age people who have high risk medical conditions and other essential workers. That's construction transportation food services media legal and finance workers bedier. Yeah i saw that one see. They bumped it up to fifty and over. That was their plan. They actually go ahead. And i saw that. This was dr wasserman and he didn't like that idea. And i don't think he said they were doing it necessarily but you said they're doing that in florida right. I think so. Yeah they've got people lined up in the streets and they're willing to stay. People are willing to stand overnight. You know for all you hear about people people want to take vaccines or they're anti vaccine majority of people want this thing and they want to badly. I mean when you have the elderly standing in line overnight gains accident. Yeah that's no fun. As i say when or why are they standing over. And why is it there. Twenty four hour vaccinations going. There is no reason that you can have this going on twenty four hours a day. There's no reason for this. You just have to do it. But it's dr washerman said there's all this bureaucratic thinking low. We've gotta have tears and we've got to have this particular process and we have to have these approvals and we have to have these. No you have the vaccine. Just inject debt ultimately. That's what they're gonna do in the end. That's what they're going to do. They're going to open up tents in parks. People are gonna stand in line and just get jabbed in the arm just jump through a void. Everybody's screaming at you and calling you names for the next two months. Avoid all that just just go into competency bowed truck it over to the park setup. The start injecting avon and give everybody a receipt. The san diego union tribune just rented aditorial governor newsom. We need speed and we need answers about the vaccine distribution. They're going over the same points that we've been going over. There wasn't until last week that newsom grasp how poorly the state was doing in the rollout out so crucial everyday activity. Yeah it's three and a half weeks. We got the first vaccine supply on december fourteenth. It is now what january eighth yup january twenty five days so it's three and a half weeks three and a half weeks and and a million seven. Vaccines are still on the shelves. And they're piling more every day. What at this is not a political issue. This is just basic competence. You have a pet debit. Your shut everything down. We have. We had a cure and they said just what you said. He's not showing any urgency. Now why is that. Why is he not showing urgency. And they said that joe biden is at least announced he will immediately distribute vaccines states as soon as a federal government receives them saying that biden showing more urgency. The news why is this. There's something in his brain. That's not working right at this. Uc san diego. Health has announced. They will vaccinate these five thousand people at petco park parking lot starting monday. There you go. That's it dodger stadium. They're using it for testing still aren't they. I heard that they were gonna switch over to or add. That seems to what about so-fi stadium. Yeah park in the parking lot. They could use as the stadium. That's that's a big elephant sitting. There really was a waste. Got a brand new stadium. But you can't come in. I i'll drive out to the desert. Set it up in the desert. I'll drive three hours to palm springs. People people stand in line for days for this. Just do it. A million seven am tommy inject a million seven. They'll be another million seven sitting in the warehouse. I this is chest. Incompetence arrogance stubbornness he. No he should know what to do. Here what is wrong. What is wrong with all of them because he he can't really give up the control. He knows then the jig is up. He's not gonna be bossing us around anymore if he can't do anymore lockdowns if we were all in injected with the vaccine then his power. He's been the most powerful man. And now it's gonna be all gone. Just gonna be another hack another reason to recall. Oh my god. I just want. I'll take anybody just anybody. Just a vote for the guy who says we're going to vaccinate everybody as quickly as possible. I want to hear. That's only anybody wants to hear. That's all politicians. Say what people wanna hear and then do it. They do it. Don't don't don't don't screw with me. What are they doing in these states. That are quicker than us. Anything particular besides the florida over fifty s. It's another thing to media coverage. Sox doesn't explain anything but i'll tell you here's the i mean the percentages though. You really should know how many states are doing really well. West virginia and north dakota at sixty eight and sixty nine percent south dakota in connecticut or in the fifties main nebraska new hampshire vermont and the upper forty s Washington dc which is probably the most dysfunctional place on the planet. They have forty four percent. Vaccinations montana rhode island forty-three tennessee. Forty iowa forty two kentucky forty new york. There's a big states chaotic there. There are thirty nine new mexico. Ohio wisconsin colorado thirty eight utah oklahoma. Utah thirty seven oklahoma thirty four florida. Thirty four look at it. S another big state texas thirty three. We're twenty five. Besse -chusetts thirty-three delaware thirty-three indiana thirty two new jersey thirty one wyoming thirty one barrel in thirty kansas missouri south carolina illinois thirty. We're down to twenty five. What the s when we when we come back another visit from mois line people the first of twenty twenty one john and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou kfi am six. Forty light everywhere on the iheartradio app. Final reminder that goupil twenty twenty one entries have to come in tonight probably going to close it out. Move it from the webpage kfiam640.com. The john and ken page and easy linked to send in your three picks. Well we're bringing it back. The muslim people for twenty twenty one. We just played part. One here comes to you. Leave a voicemail. You end up in one of these collections one. Eight seven seven voiced eighty-six john and this is again. We're so excited to hear from you. It's about time you didn't see this coming. You simply have not been paying attention and simple fact of the matter is the capitol. Police departments should have arrested all of these people weeks ago years ago. And i'm not talking about the professor. I'm talking about the representative congressman trade the country to the point where now we have normal average people storming the capital. This week was on. Trump's gonna have to leave office. She'll leave off. No not what. People are pissed off about their pissed off that to election. Why stolen turned into just listening to the segment about not having anywhere to put four dying having to stay in their families because there's no refrigeration. Here's an idea about all these restaurants and gavin newsom shutdown each got one or maybe more walk in cooler regions gigs. Some of these poor restaurant scores. Who are the other thirty. Mark gavin. Newsom got more people to sign the recall then he got people vaccinated in california houses the corruption and crush. I'm happier with republican corruption. Trump's deal that bad. You know what i saw on the news. I saw angering american. That's what i see angry. Americans of john. I disagree with you about gas. Coun- when you say that people knew what they were voting for when they voted for him. I don't think most people know what they are voting for. I think they just check off the box whether it's democratic or republican especially democratic leaving the number of forty five representing trump being forty fifth president. And you subtract twenty five which is kicking them out. I mean to the twenty fifth amendment. Do this attraction and you end up with twenty as in the twentieth of january. Were all the boys all the politicians and the bureaucrats that are in charge of the add. Rip off well. Let's put it this way. Who do you think they're going to turn to to refund. Add that's the citizens we're going to get taxed even more because of their screw up. What are we gonna do about that right back down my god for those who wanted to dismantle the english language. I've got some gender neutral terms for them. All about idiots morons twits lame-brains creighton. You can take it from there. Keep going and put those together with the conspiracy theorists. Yeah and we are looking at the end time odd. Where's the nearest cliff. I need to jump off. Hi this is governor news scum. I all my clothes to the french laundry. And i went to pick them up and they were closed down. What am i gonna wear on tv. I'm going to have to call my anti nan. I like listen to you. Guys on your eloquence is like a really smooth and rich cake. And then you guys had a debra mark and she's like vegan amazing frosting and with cream on top. Thank you for leaving your methods. Hang up goodbye of course us. They are the first match line callers of the new year. Starting monday daily count. How many recall signatures versus. How many people vaccinated isn't it. We've got a million. Yeah we we have a million recall signatures collected so fright right and we got five hundred. Eighty six thousand vaccinations. How rose yeah. Let's let's let's do a little work up something and have it recorded count. That runs every hour. Time for that. Tim conway june it. How do we need to. We need a picture of a guy signing the recall while he's getting vaccinated. That's kinda cooperate visual hi tommy. Lasorda has passed away very very sad. Big part of everybody's life roger fan. I huge huge. You the guy that always said. He pled dodger blue. Think he was one of the most entertaining. He's the greatest figures ever absolutely the best man. Well he called me. I have before years six years ago for my birthday. We got the audio. We're gonna play that tonight. Dave essay montauk about the dodgers and the passing common lasorda's well plus corbin carson and the latest in the orange county fifty percent jail population reduction That and a lot of laughs kids between now and ten all right. We love it. That's wrong with you okay. Both you get one this year's cannes here's john. I'm sorry number. Three i eric. You want one tony tonight. By the way i loved the the moist line is back. Yeah it's great. Yeah we missed it. It really is. It's appointment listening. It's about it really we go. This icing frosting debra. Mark has the news kfi sporty.