17 Burst results for "Justin Sane"

"justin sane" Discussed on The Lucky Few

The Lucky Few

07:59 min | 6 months ago

"justin sane" Discussed on The Lucky Few

"Okay ladies where do we even start. I have nonni. I just this past may went on a trip with roads and just me and him and it was so interesting to travel with him and one of the reasons why we did. It is because he is immersed with having older sibling with down syndrome and then toddler than a baby. He's just like my go-to guy. And sometimes i feel like that could be a little daunting for his little life. You know and So there's sometimes i feel mom guilt and it just wild as a as we were traveling and people would make small talk with us. The first thing he would talk about is always sunflower oldest sister. Who seven and i can't even cry just talking about and he's just so proud any doesn't lead. I feel like when he talks about her he has so like he. Caesar as she is a really good reader. He says that sunflower because she enjoys reading. And she'll he'll even sit like kim. Shepard sit and listen to sunfire read. They like honestly they're like. Wow you're so good at reading sunny you know. And like he has so much admiration for her and we got to go to the sandal gap studios and celebrate all these people with down syndrome. Who are part of global down syndrome or who are walking the runway in honor of global down syndrome. And i can see that. Roads hasn't quite still made that full correlation between down syndrome in that his sister has downs syndrome and we felt like That was kind of mentioned in a really beautiful way in this interview. And i love how we talked about knowing jenna before knowing down syndrome and i feel like what a for sunflower to have someone who's fully known her for knowing her has down syndrome. 'cause even as parents i feel like that eat like i saw sunflower nowhere for who she is and i see down. Do you know what i mean like. We don't have that childlike. Innocence is and When he mentioned that about his sister gina it like it gave me a window to also wet how roads see sunflower shepherd see sunflower and it was really. It was really beautiful. And a and i really appreciated a siblings perspective a lot. I love that so beautiful and it is like the even. I always joke with chris about how i can't tell people have down syndrome or not. Sometimes i'm just like it's just a phase and so it like i love. Yeah i don't know there's so much businesses interview so much you guys in i just overall i felt lake justin sane. Or we're trying to say in a way that is at it's not a different level and saddam hussein her out the critical thinking and in this higher like he hd world nat three of us. Probably don't understand that so much room for people to the genius in work and man. I hope that they are. We're hearing when he had to say on study ethics. And i'm gonna talk about civility and that we're front of cultures. Yeah like it's such a ripe time for Where we talk about you. Know our whole thing about shifting narrative and it's like yes there's so much available right now for people to go into that field and those studies and the and like to really do those deep dives like he's been doing and change the i love That he helped give a term to. I'd been like feeling when. He's talking about structural bias. How we just. We're all following into the structural bias. It's so seeped into our culture you're now in Yeah the critical thinking the I want to go and read. More about the disabilities act in how he talked about Their phrase nothing about us without us guys talking more about how. It's hard but we need to listen to those with disabilities speaking for themselves and even We do and even as able bodied people we do but we listened to also how we want to listen to it. All control that narrative. It's like we take it as a suggestion. But then we're like we'll take care of you. You know we still know best you know and There's so much as even as a mom. We've talked about this center at right now. A ton hell we do that in where our kids biggest advocates. in right we do it. Yeah it's just so deeply seated in rooted in our society you know that there is especially the western in western sense like that. Your accomplishments are what give you value and were and what you're what you're able to accomplish and and how we let that be the measuring. Stick to decide whether someone else's worth it or not. You know and how i think down syndrome has just completely Turned on its head that idea which is only a harmful idea for everybody right for me. I'm literally in therapy right now or taking that idea of what i do and my equals success. Like what. how do i measure success. And i think we just are as a society. We're just drowning in that. We have these opportunities to be in relationship with people civility. And i mean all of us speak for all of us. It's changed us forever. In for the better and i like how i like. How justin just took it to that next level like i said to him you know so missile much of what i want to say communicate but i can't figure out the i haven't found those words gangway. Guess what justin said dot seinfield. I'm grateful i'm really grateful. He took the time he was such a cool guy to you. Don't have to be called the podcast. It's always nice. It's always nice old. Just kidding anyway. i'm really yeah it was. It was a conversation. I'm thankful that we have at archives. It's one that i'm going to go back. And listen to again and again and be following along the things that he's sharing in learning i did he follows along. For what world. This idea of cancer research or highs how much that Like corresponds with what you're doing Syndrome heather he but also had sampling..

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"justin sane" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

Teachers Care Society

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"justin sane" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

"War also have to supply for this virtual group and I don't know specifics on Rhode Island but I know some of the states that have the hybrids are So it's not just your enter your out. They have the cohort that's on two days of the week. Then they have the coordinates the other two days of the week and they have the kids choose virtual. So as you really break that down, these teachers are not even expected you to jobs. It's almost like four. You have all virtual that you have to plan for every single day because. They're all virtual you have your first cohort or you have to plan for their in person and plan for their virtual when they're not there. So there's essentially two different class prepping and then saying things that other cohort. So even without expecting a teacher to cover other positions because substitutes are low are someone's out or whatever. You're already asking one teacher to basically do the job of size. And it's Justin Sane and I I'm sure that like because you're like, oh hybrid, it's too. But my mom is doing I've talked to her I've seen how she's designing I've talked to a couple of other teachers that I know that that are still living back home that are doing hybrid knots essentially what's happening like it's not just Oh, so you're in person so you're covered in your virtual you're covered no, you're here. Monday and Tuesday. So I have impersonal lessons for Monday Tuesday. But then I had to provide something tree to Thursday and Friday virtually I have to have virtual lessons every day for the ones that are online every day, and then I have to have Monday, Tuesday lessons for the kids that come impersonal Thursday Friday. But I can't just give you the same lesson as the kid came Monday and Tuesday because you haven't been presented with they got until Thursday and Friday. Just telling this to you is making my head spin and I'm like wait. Are you getting this? You understand this so to be the teacher in that position like. I hope Rhode Island say that they have teachers at all by the time. This is don't. Even have by certain I'm from La and so. My. Or race straightforward they let me know wretched beginning that there would have a hard time finding substitutes or anybody. And as you can see, it's hard findings substitute teachers even in special education. So associate, what they would do is I was out center new GonNa be there that day they're gonNA take my students and it will the same grade level special education teacher. And as you can see. Also, having happening with us and because of all this in the lack of substitutes in an even more likely special education substitutes trying to get more competitive by offering better a better benefits by. Working at nine denny on wbz about this why do you think even with all these monetary incentives side people still aren't going to these positions well on a personal snarky note coming from Your district I had to do that and cover the class I'm here to tell you the supplement is the uneven begin to touch what we go through. Anyway. But. Again. You know it's this short term incentive that even as a short-term in doesn't measure up to. The job and the responsibilities and everything you need to have in this position even as a sub but it also is just that these little incentives here and there. It doesn't continue. It's like, Oh, we've got anyone now. We hope we can just hook you but we. Just keep knocking off like, Oh, now we've got you in your nurses and we're just gonNa Kinda, keep using and using them. So people are like what? What's the purpose and if I'm completely honest, I think there are enough people out there right now that are going what? What the Education Seventy district's right now view as an incentive and they're like, oh, this is like a great deal for you guys, and then we're all over here going like I don't even think I could go to the grocery that really that's an incentive you like. I just it. The perspective. From that higher level. You know Adleman not in the classroom making all the decisions he's to the people in the trenches if you will that perspective of all, but this is a great incentive in we're going. For. What. I could probably you know make more if I go out in wash cars with my kids on the weekend at least I'm out in the sun and it's fun and silly likely. What like what? So. Yeah like. Perspective I plays a big role. I think you know I joked earlier and I say this love because I do I'm an amazing Adleman there was an admin shift you have admin that I left with but there was a different one I hired in I, have to say, I, I, personally, really liked working with the principal that you have. But that's not always the case and so I do joke and I love my admin now. The reason I came back to this program. But I have worked in many other situations and that's not the case. So I do continue to do that Admin is the dark side and part of that comes from that mindset and experienced to of seeing just how separated you become the longer and longer they're not in that classroom with you. They're not experiencing what we experience daily the more that. A. Reality. You. What we're going through and what we're doing, what we're putting forth in our job doesn't match up to what they view as an incentive because they have this very. Disconnected, view of what it actually takes be in these positions. So. I do laugh at some of these incentives. Hundred Dollar Bonus. My okay. Fill my gas. I have an eight year old who's obsessed with Minton to switch and I'm like that's like not even.

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"justin sane" Discussed on Still Queer as Folk

Still Queer as Folk

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"justin sane" Discussed on Still Queer as Folk

"When this story have been better. If Justin was hooking up with Brett Keller instead of like some random minor character. 'cause it's another way that the story could have better conflicted. Justin with Brian. Like do I stare do I go? We'll end conflict justin with a Hollywood like dream that he's living right now that he's assuming that everything is going to be made exactly as how he envisioned it and then then he puts his trust in this director that he's also fact now. The director is GonNa Change Shit. That would have been a lot more interesting as much as I like him. Hooking up with the closeted Hollywood actor big Fan of that but story wise. It doesn't quite Gel. He could have hooked up with both of them at the same time. Could've with that big cocaine party that happened in the last episode. So Justin teleport's back to Pittsburgh and Brian Invites Justin move in any other decisions in move back in. I said I'd like it if you and I were to live together. Are you proposing course? Not if the sudden expected plethora of gay marriages at hate to add to the glut back and forth here and Daphnis is time consuming and inconvenient. I mean just last week after. Got Your socks at had the bar a pair of mine and as for the times when you're not around I wouldn't particularly minded if you were. I've been waiting for you. Ask Me that since the first night you brought me here. Of what what he say that make room in my drawers toward and there's another great moment where we know something that a character. Doesn't we know that Justin already made up his mind to move to La for at least six months he told Brat. Brian doesn't know that though and he invites Justin to move back in with him. Did we know that just didn't already live there? Apparently he's living with Daphne who we haven't seen in a long time to. We know that Justin didn't live there in the first place. No I this is. This is what we're talking about listeners. The writers are not giving US enough to put some of these plot points together and and then sometimes things get said just in passing because like Oh yeah somehow we have to connect ANC. So let's just say being get it over with but I would have assumed that now that he got over Justin knowing they had cancer that Justin was already living with him again. But I guess he's not and again we have not seen Daphne for what two seasons now we did see her in a cody bell with her straight soda. Okay briefly us. Yeah she had like She has the story at all like it would have been interesting to see that this was the case. And she's like Oh Great. She's got to be the the shoulder for him to cry on yet again. Kathy. I don't know something like that at the very least we needed to see Justin like say I gotta go back to my house every episode. But it's like your fucking chicken soup by the way I'm crawling into bed with you. Justin stay over like many times. I don't think that we've seen any other tricks in Brian's loft in quite some time so riders. Hello you gotTa tell us where Justin lives something. Yeah why wasn't this? The Season Cliffhanger L. Brian says he does his speech. He wants Justin to move in with him. He has that really lovely lying about Missingham when he's not there. Why didn't this and with Justin Sane? Brian I'm moving to La Tomorrow. Roller credits naive in that we have Bryan putting that offer out there and the camera just stays on Justin blackout. That was what happened with the scene but I wish that the whole episode cliff cliff hung on this hanged living. I WanNa leave where I what is. What is the characters decision? Well I guess I do see what you're saying. Okay great now Justin says okay. Thank you for telling me that again however I'm back to La for eight months. Yeah because season one the cliffhanger was just gained whacked over the head and this one brian getting punched in the Gut. It could have been getting punched in the gut where he's finally at long last vulnerable and he's telling. Justin things that he's wanted to hear for a very long time but just made up his mind. I just wanted that moment. I wanted a moment where Brian has put on defense. And he doesn't get what he wants and Justin Sane now. I'm moving by no sorry. So tops and bottoms for season. Four episode fourteen top. I'M GONNA say my top was a Emmett. Being the best friend can be Ted. I know you weren't a fan of that but I really liked it I think. That's quintessential Emmett. Who then like. He knows how to problem solve. He knows how to be of this group of friends. He manages to be the one who does the best job. I always as perfect but he does the best job and being the right kind of friend at the right time. That's a good one. I've got to tops. Actually I have one. Top one verse. The Melanie and Lindsay Story was some decent drama even though it had holes in it but especially the fact that nobody else knows that they're splitting up but us. It begs the question of when to tell other people that they're considering splitting up and how that's going to influence the children that they have now and so I like that writing. My verse was and this is about the top and bottom. I liked the me first. And the GIMME. GimMe is closing song somewhere over the rainbow. That's me first and the Gimme. GimMe is a punk band. It's like a punk supergroup. Is Bunch of French. Punk bands got together and they just do covers love. That song hated it. In this context though from a critical standpoint that was really weird choice of music for and Michael to consummate their Canadian marriage to a pop song turned into a Punk Sean. I didn't quite get that. I let me let me transition us into my bottom. Which is the liberty ride like from from those helicopter tracking shots that made it look so gloomy Iryna. This is supposed to be an an inspiring ride to the manufacturer drama at the cuss at the at the border to that awful reception that Brian concocted aggravating. And the fact that I think like Brian crossing the finish line and was supposed to be somehow moving and inspiring. I founded hokey and artificial charity and fire. I I didn't find it believable for a second that I was supposed to be moved by this that he like. Oh look that he he persevered and he did it like what now no. Thank you. Quintessential Cohen and Lebanon and in my bottom was the liberty. Ride that My specifics were some that? You'd mentioned all the exterior shots terrible of this ride. This ride was not inspiring. All the helicopter shots are shaky nauseating the right itself. Look like a terrible way to spend a week and the whole concept of having this bike ride seemed a little too gimmicky for my tastes. There's a lot better ways that this drama could have been woven in and out of people's lives having to stage all these exteriors rent a helicopter and run Brian. Off into the dench. I think there's a much better way to tell this story. This is van episode. Fourteen of season for liberty ride and that is a wrap on season four one next week. We have a special episode for you. We're GONNA play queer as folk trivia again. We did that after season. Three ended and we had a lot of fun with that. So we hope you'll check back with us in one week's time and try that. I'm going to bomb it again. I know it do better than you think. I wrote the questions up. Okay reviews and ratings wherever you're listening to us or much appreciated and help others find the show so please take a moment and help us out. You can also find us on twitter and instagram still queer AF and on facebook. It's still queer as folk. Find me on Instagram at Patrick Randall. With no es and you can find me on twitter and Instagram at Matthew PD. Thanks for listening in until next time. I'm Patrick.

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"justin sane" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mind striatum used because she gets a bomb bother you think some call you gonna get caught off guard you say well Jeez and then all of a sudden you know after bill but you start so the slapping yourself and saying that she just another be expelled yep yep happens all the time doesn't it on further review there is nothing here yeah yeah that's like Russian collusion for Russian Russian collision for years and now they just walked off the news media there's like well under the next thing that and as I what what about those two years of pure on filtered B. S. that you guys were selling and they're like well you know we're just now Ukraine and that's so they're just they're pathological liars it's I don't know how you can explain it otherwise I couldn't live with myself I used to be a journalist I'm a better journalist to this day I gave up journalism I better journalist and then Chuck Todd is for god's sake port chunk he's not a very very loyal frustrating because yeah I mean these people I mean they're they're willing to give up national security of the United States and and and and and bass of these bad because it's just like this guy just got got killed who deserve to be killed many years ago and and get this started with a fellow like this is Justin sign Justin sang Justin sane and look at him I mean Jason you're given an opportunity to side with America's enemies on they jumped at the opportunity hello right I got great stuff coming up thank you Jason get your voice I got a great shot I got I'm going to play some free right after the break here I want to see if this is happening to you in your life I've got a little story to tell it's about robo calls and it's it's funny and bizarre at the same time you're listening to the Chris Plante show Washington W. a Washington comes to talk Chris plant is brought to you by cornerstone first financial.

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"justin sane" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"And then this just in to Mick Jagger probable your father you were born after nineteen sixty no I don't know just somebody said no I thought it was Castro came back as it now you don't know anything about studio fifty four yeah there were actually you're on the edge and was Colin Powell I could not think of Colin Powell Colin Powell's name I couldn't think of Colin freakin Powell the guy that turned on the Republican Party remember that he said he was a Republican who's no Republican straight or progressive yeah we're talking about the that for the rate for Mister if you missed it where were you you missed so much you know we gave away a free beer works to everybody in the listening audience last hour we do at home or where you were all you can get that all over a two units of doing this to live but you can not get over and make good on that it's their own my dot com thrown back come on this one here really I believe this one discuss probably going to be a superstar in prison the arm which this guy's name was here well I guess we'll get to it but he's an illegal alien who is a Dominican from the Dominican Republic SMEs jailbreak lobby twice bailed out Dominican the common immigrant accused of New York City murder spree criminal justice organs this is why now do we need a wall with the Democrats socials nowhere near his name is a Rodriguez Santos twenty four years old man his last but not for him do we need Justin sane but with the whole immigration policy sand blasted off of our country people should become no country called justice organizations twice bailed out an immigrant the column from the Dominican Republic who is now been accused of going on a murder spree in New York City New York Randy Rodriguez Randy centos twenty four year old immigrant from medical Republic no no there is there's a legal or illegal he may have cover is a legal immigrant I don't think so arrested by New York police department charge of four counts of second degree murder one count of first degree murder one count of attempted murder after allegedly brutally beat to death beat to death for homeless men now if he beat to death one homeless man you'd say that a right but who knows what they got into but I'd say I knew you were up were to two three or four that sounds like maybe a serial killer yeah he's he's twenty four years old almost men beat him to death New York's Chinatown neighborhood all in one night Appaloosa center lives October for centos attempted to murder a fifth almost man but the victim survived the beating and exclusive report by the New York post's Rebecca Rosenberg reveals that of the two occasions Santos was bailed out of criminal justice organizations here's the takeaway dedicated differing thousands of criminally charged individuals from jail well they're not all going to be people to dad of that's true wall in court on April twenty fifth two thousand eighteen for assault charge centers began to cause a disruption I was removed from the courtroom at that time centers allegedly pushed to court office well it says office managers officer he was subsequently charged with resisting arrest what what came of that nothing let me ask you yeah I'm talking to you if you were in court right now for something and let's say you caused a disruption and pushed a court officer what would happen to you under a rock under a rock if you did what Peter struck and leaves the page did what would happen to you you'd be buried under a rock and then pulled out and put the electric chair for a hundred years and then taken back out and re buried under the rock that's what would happen to you yeah it is a it's a I want to say ten to the twenty fourth of power level criminal justice system after being put in jail and five hundred dollar bill but built on a five dollar bill students from the NYU law schools Washington Square legal services fund bailed Santos out we repeat that and why you this New York University law schools Washington Square legal services fund that would be the ACLU communists under one percent bill disturbing out usually as a back into the community less than a week later centos did not show up for court in the case against him for the original assault charges so is nothing here about pushing a court officer in late March Santos was charged with groping in that general girl in queens that would be queens New York Santos bail was set at a thousand dollars hang on a second what what was stop right there so was that a week he's busted for fill up some check our whatever and he's got a thousand dollar bill or whatever to the five hundred dollar bill he didn't show up for should have been buried under a rock at that point well if we had a real justice system we don't we really don't however spec for justice system now not at all I respect for some people functioning in it trying to make it right but this the justice system today Scott's over much of it is over because of Brackus sent a bomber Eric holder they reached out from behind some of you guys don't make this completely straight up socialist and making a fifteen to our justice system we're coming in or going to are you for civil rights abuse and we will bury you under a rock and we will do it actually white guys yeah that was Hussein Obama so anyway in the school to put trainees music and I say screw up as a can't use the word that I usually use before of the word up special enough so about two months later centers allegedly murdered after he's out on this thousand dollar bond for fuel up some girl on the street against her will after his busted out on the five hundred dollar bond never showed up only with the bill bonds and the date the west is gonna Santos a lead dental playroom but after that he allegedly murdered the for homeless men and injured a fifth so he beat to death for guys was gonna be death a fifteen of he was drunk or having a party or what but centos criminal record also includes here we go multiple assaults from November two thousand eighteen shoplifting in February attacking a homeless man with a metal pipe in may did I mention the criminal justice system but that's no yard is the United States of America everywhere you go now everywhere you go now it's the United States of America and really what it is is the take down of the United States of America by Brock is saying about well there you go go back in the past yeah that's because that's where it pretty much started there's always been bad mo Jo but that's when they really took on the criminal justice system because what did they say it discriminates against people of color or I own rune community policemen I want to go to this meta IV thing I was gonna do this way back but we just saw how many roads by the way that's a fantastic Otis rush on so many roads Mick Jagger to rolling stones and this comes at a Rolling Stone make you see all these things are kind of coming together beautifully the Segway we do here Rolling Stone no pun intended magazine contributing editor Matt tabby he re frames the house Democrats impeachment inquiry the key to tabby is a is a self professed Marxist one percent but is also investigative journalist into some really good work and here is reframing the house Democrat impeachment inquiry this important stuff this is a post on bright part by Joshua Kaplan in this latest development in a rest of two associates of Rudy Giuliani but whether Senate that Rudy took five hundred thousand dollars from these guys they're they're trying to make out that the the it's one of those splash headlines with the general populace seize up I gotta go it's a it's a year on the odds were right back.

"justin sane" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Georgia's good to hear you again. Hey. Real fun. Fact, my name is Lonnie, and my parents actually got the name from Lonny Chapman. So there's that. Better than better than Lonnie Anderson. Yeah. Yeah. But I heard nothing. No, no, no, no, nothing's better than Lonnie Anderson. Well, it would be for that was his name. True. That's true. But I wanted to bring up the the old horror hosts I grew up in the mid west. And I remember in the seventies. We had a gentleman named Dr sanguinary oh easily in a in a bloody Omaha. Nebraska. Yeah. Omaha nebraska. Dr sanguinary then after he retired in eighties. We gotta leading called macabre macabre wonderful. There's very lot lot lot ladies in the eighties after Elvira. I feel like every ever there were a lot of there was another push for for lady horror hosts, including misty brew and a whole bunch of others. But they I spent many teenagers nights up late watching macabre, and I'm sure good bad horror movies wonderful. Thank you for sharing macabre with us. I don't I'm not sure if I've heard of macabre before I like that name. Yeah. It's great. Vincent price. He was a great horror type actor wasn't. He. One of the best Saint Louis. And he was just that. He was great and Edward Scissorhands as the scientists. Professor, absolutely. He hosted mystery that show on key Bs for years. And of course, so many movies hundreds of blue mask of the red death fall. The house of usher return of the invisible man, which he carried that movie with his spectacular voice. So many so many so many so many, you know, a a last man on earth. I mean, really Vincent Price was just. Just one of the best horror actors, and what's interesting like a lot of these guys that he thought he was coming to the end of end of his career as an older gentleman. But really that was the beginning of his career, and he gave us he was much more effective as an older actor, then he was as younger thriller with Michael Jackson. Video no money for that. That was a cashless deal there. He did he did the voice for Vincent pry for for the Vincent Price. Did the break down in the middle of the song where he darkness falls across the land, the midnight hours close at hand creatures crawl in search of blood the terror is your neighborhood. He did that whole spray down in the middle. And they use it in the Michael Jackson song. And then as his as his payment. He got a giant life sized painting of Michael Jackson in his you know, regalia, and it didn't they give him a choice to see if he wanted a little commission of the total take. Elected not to take it. When I heard from David Delvalle is he did it as a favor, and and he got a painting as a as a as a bonus. And and then his his is like we had to get rid of this painting and wins the prices like, oh, no, he'll know. So he they just had a giant painting of Vincent Price in their house somewhere. And he he worked right up until he died the knee. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I think Edward Scissorhands was his last, and I think he worked right up until he died he loved to work. And I think that you know, if you can spend your whole life doing something that you love, and and people appreciate why not listen he in the original house on the haunted hill. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. He was he was the mastermind, and you know, he invited everyone to the house on haunted hill and promptly got them all drunk and gave them guns because that's what you do. When you've got ghosts. Next up. Let's go to Johnny in Augusta Georgia before the break. Welcome to the show, Johnny go ahead. Yes. Hey, this is Johnny in Augusta. Good to talk to you, George. You too, sir. Yeah. I was gonna tell you this you probably could've told the story better in your own words, but we had count just insane. That was our local Justin sane. That's not. Yes. I like it. Yeah. Yeah. It was always the horror host rate. They're always had the punny names. He had the name. But in the in somewhat. Yeah. Hey, Dan on this Michael Jackson note. But you know, he had the demise years later about ten years ago matter of fact. Convicted for. Yeah. Exactly. You're breaking up a little bit at the. Okay. You're saying that he was a pedophilia. Is that is that what we're going with this? I would not going there. Okay. Good. San Francisco in San Diego. They had a show called disaster piece theater. Do you remember that? Yes. I do. Remember that vaguely skits and everything. Yeah. Absolutely. Of course, I always watched creature features with Bob Wilkins. But yeah, I there were a lot of other ones going on. There was I forgot the one with asthma odious, but he was another bay area horror host, and there was Whitey Gleason who hosted fright night theater. There's just a ton of them. I love these names. They came up with. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. All a lot of them. Have a great great punny names like. Mt. Graves and stuff like that. Not a bad name either. Bob fast is the best. Twentieth anniversary. And of course, the meteorite fell to earth in nineteen fifty eight and the news came out. And of course, well at the end of the movie they freeze it, right? They send it to the anti Arctic. And I love the line at the end of the movie, which always gets a laugh today, which is you know, we'll be safe as long as the Arctic stays call. Exactly. We'll be back with final calls with Mr. logo on.

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"justin sane" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Hey, Lonnie taken away. Hey, what's up high? Georgia's good to hear you again. Real fun. Fact, my name is Lonnie, and my parents actually got the name from Lonny Chapman. So there's that. Better than better than Lonnie Anderson. Yeah. Yeah. But I heard nothing. No, no, nothing's better than Lonnie. Anderson would be if that was his name. True. That's true. But I wanted to bring up the the old horror hosts I grew up in the mid west. And I remember in the seventies. We had a gentleman named Dr sanguinary oh easily come out in a bloody Omaha. Nebraska omaha. Nebraska. Dr sanguinary after he retired in the eighties. We got lady called macabre macabre wonderful. There's very lot lot. Lot of ladies in the eighties after Elvira. I feel like every ever there were a lot of there was another push for for lady horror hosts, including misty brew and a whole bunch of others. But they I spent many teenage nights up late watching macabre. And so I'm sure good bad horror movies wonderful. Thank you for sharing macabre with us. I don't I'm not sure if I've heard of macabre before I like that name. Yeah. It's great. Vincent price. He was a great horror type actor wasn't. He. One of the best room Saint Louis. And he was just he was great and Edward Scissorhands as the scientists. Professor, absolutely. He hosted mystery that show on CBS for years, and of course, so many movies hundreds of blue mask of the red death. All the house of usher return of the invisible man, which he carried that movie with his spectacular voice. So many so many so many so many of a last man on earth. I mean, really Vincent Price was just. Just one of the best horror actors, and what's interesting like a lot of these guys is he thought he was coming to the end of end of his career as an older gentleman. But really that was the beginning of his career, and he gave us he was much more effective as an older actor, then he was as younger was in thriller with Michael Jackson. No money for that. That was a cashless deal there. He did a he did the voice for Vincent pry for for the Vincent Price. Did the breakdown in the middle of the song where he darkness falls across the land of the midnight hour is close at hand creatures crawl in such a blood terrorize your neighborhood. He did that whole spray down in the middle. And they used it in the Michael Jackson song. And then as as his payment. He got a giant life sized painting of Michael Jackson in his you know, regalia, and it didn't they give him a choice to see if he wanted a little commission of the total take. Elected not to take it. When I heard from David Delvalle is he did it as a favor, and and he got a painting as a as a as a bonus. And and then his his wife is like we had to get rid of this painting and Winston prices like, oh, no, he'll know. So he they just had a giant painting of Vincent Price in their house somewhere in. He he worked right up until he died, didn't he? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I think Edward Scissorhands was his last, and I I think he worked right up until he died he loved to work. And I think that you know, if you can spend your whole life doing something that you love, and and people appreciate why not wasn't he in the original house on the haunted hill. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. He was he was the mastermind and he invited everyone to the house on haunted hill and promptly got them all drunk and gave them guns because that's what you do. When you've got ghosts. Next up. Let's go to Johnny in Augusta Georgia before the break. Welcome to the show, Johnny go ahead. Yes. Hey, this is Johnny and Augusta. Good to talk to you, George. You too, sir. Yeah. I was gonna tell you this you probably could've told the story better in your own words, but we had a count just insane. That was our local. Justin sane. That's not. Yes. I like it. Yeah. Yeah. It was always the with the horror host, right? They're always had the punny names. He had the name. But in the in the somewhat. Yeah. Hey, Dan on this Michael Jackson note. But you know, he had demise years later about ten years ago. Matter of fact. Convicted for. Exactly, you're breaking up a little bit at the you're saying that he was a pedophilia. Is that is that where we're going with this? I would not going there. Okay. Good. San Francisco San Diego. They had a show called disaster piece theater. You remember that? Yes. I do. Remember that vaguely skits and everything. Yeah. Absolutely. Of course, I always watch creature features with Bob Wilkins. But yeah, there were a lot of other ones going on. There was I forgot the one with as Modi. Yes. But he was another bay area horror host, and there was Whitey Gleason who hosted frightened night theater. There's just a ton of 'em. I love these names. They came up with further. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. All a lot of them. Have great great Honey names like Mt. Graves and stuff like that is not a bad name. Either obsessed is the best our twentieth anniversary. And of course, the meteorite fell to earth in nineteen fifty eight and the lose came out. And of course, well at the end of the movie they freeze it, right? They send it to the anti Arctic. And I love the line at the end of the movie, which always gets a laugh today, which is you know, we'll be safe as long as the Arctic stays cold. Exactly. We're going to be back with final calls with Mr. logo on.

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"justin sane" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Georgia's good to hear you again. Hey, real fun. Fact, my name is Lonnie, and my parents actually got the name from London Chapman. So there's that long. Better than better than Lonnie Anderson. Yeah. Yeah. No, no, no, no, nothing's better than Lonnie Anderson. Well, it would be if that was his name. True. That's true. But I wanted to bring up the the old horror hosts I grew up in the mid west. And I remember in the seventies. We had a gentleman named Dr sanguinary easily come out in a in a bloody Omaha Nebraska. Yeah. Omaha nebraska. Dr sanguinary then after he retired in the eighties. We gotta lady called macabre macabre wonderful very lot lot. Lot of ladies in the eighties after Elvira. I feel like every ever there were a lot of there was another push for for lady horror hosts, including misty brew and a whole bunch of others. But they I spent many teenage nights up late watching macabre. And so I'm sure good bad horror movies wonderful. Thank you for sharing macabre with us. I don't I'm not sure if I've heard of macabre before I like that name. Yeah. It's great. Vincent price. He was a great horror type actor wasn't. He. One of the best room Saint Louis. And he was just that. He was great and Edward Scissorhands as the scientists. Professor, absolutely. He hosted mystery that show on key Bs for years. And of course, so many movies hundreds of mask of the red death fall. The house of us your return of the invisible man, which he carried that movie with his spectacular voice. So many so many so many so many, you know, a a last man on earth. I mean, really Vincent Price was just. Just one of the best horror actors, and what's interesting like a lot of these guys is he thought he was coming to the end of end of his career as an older gentleman. But really that was the beginning of his career, and he gave us he was much more effective as an older actor, then he was as younger thriller with Michael Jackson. Video no money for that. That was a cashless deal there. He did he did the voice for Vincent pry for for the Vincent Price. Did the break down in the middle of the song where he darkness falls across the land of the midnight hour is close at hand reaches crawl in search of blood the terrorize your neighborhood. He did that whole spray down in the middle. And they used it in the Michael Jackson song. And then as as his payment. He got a giant life sized painting of Michael Jackson in his you know, regalia, and it didn't they give him a choice to see if he wanted a little commission of the total take. Elected not to take it. When I heard from David Delvalle is he did it as a favor, and and he got a painting as a as a as a bonus. And and then his his wife is like we got to get rid of this painting. And and and Winston prices like, oh, no, no. So they just had a giant painting of Vincent Price in their house somewhere and he worked right up until he died the knee. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I think Edward Scissorhands was his last, and I think he worked right up until he died he loved to work. And I think that you know, if you can spend your whole life doing something that you love, and and people appreciate why not wasn't he in the original house on the haunted hill. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. He was he was the mastermind, and you know, he invited everyone to the house on haunted hill and promptly got them all drunk and gave them guns because that's what you do. When you've got ghosts. Next up. Let's go to Johnny in Augusta Georgia before the break. Welcome to the show, Johnny go ahead. Yes. Hey, this is Johnny in Augusta. Good to talk to you, George. You too, sir. Yeah. I was gonna tell you this you probably could've told the story better in your own words that we had to count just insane. That was our local. Justin sane. That's not. Yes. I like it. Yeah. Yeah. It was always the horror host, right? They're always have the punny names. He had the name but in the in the somewhat. Yeah. Hey, Dan on this Michael Jackson note. But you know, he had demise years later about ten years ago matter of fact. Convicted for. Exactly, you're breaking up a little bit at the you're you're saying that he was a pedophilia. Is that is that what we're going with this? I would not going there. Okay. Good. San Francisco and San Diego. They had a show called disaster piece theater. You remember that? Yes. I do. Remember that vaguely skits and everything. Yeah. Absolutely. Of course, I always watch creature features with Bob Wilkins. But yeah, I there were a lot of other ones going on. There was I forgot the one with as but he was another bay area horror host, and there was Whitey Gleason who hosted fright night theater. There's just a ton of them. I love these names. They came up with. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. All the lot of them. Have a great great Honey names like Mt. Graves and stuff like that. Obsessed is not a bad name either. Bob fast is the best. Twentieth anniversary. And of course, the meteorite fell to earth in nineteen fifty eight and of the news came out. And of course, well at the end of the movie they freeze it, right? They send it to the anti Arctic. And I love the line at the end of the movie, which always gets a laugh today, which is you know, we'll be safe as long as the Arctic stays call. Exactly. We're getting to be back with final calls with Mr. logo on.

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"justin sane" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:05 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on WTVN

"Hey, Lonnie taken away. Hey, what's up high? Georgia's good to hear you again. Oh, real fun. Fact, my name is Lonnie, and my parents actually got the name from Lonny Chapman. So there's that. Better than better than Lonnie Anderson. Yeah. Yeah. But I heard nothing. No, no, no, no, nothing's better than Lonnie Anderson. Well, if that was his name. True. That's true. But I wanted to bring up the the old horror hosts I grew up in the mid west. And I remember in the seventies. We had a gentleman named Dr sanguinary oh easily come out in a in a bloody Omaha. Nebraska omaha. Nebraska. Dr sanguinary then after he retired in the eighties. We gotta lady called macabre macabre wonderful. There's very a lot lot. Lot of ladies in the eighties after Elvira. I feel like every every there were a lot of it was another push for for lady horror hosts, including misty brew and a whole bunch of others. But they I spent many teenage nights up late watching macabre, and I'm sure good bad horror movies wonderful. Thank you for sharing macabre with us. I don't I'm not sure if I've heard of macabre before I like that name. Yeah. It's great. Vincent price. He was a great horror type actor wasn't. He. Absolutely one of the best room Saint Louis. And he was just that. He was great and Edward Scissorhands as the scientists. Professor, absolutely. He he hosted mystery that show on PBS for years. And of course, so many movies hundreds of mask of the red death fall. The house of usher return of the invisible man, which he carried that movie with his spectacular voice. So many so many so many so many, you know, a last man on earth. I mean, really Vincent Price was just. Just one of the best horror actors, and what's interesting like a lot of these guys is he thought he was coming to the end of end of his career as an older gentleman. But really that was the beginning of his career, and he gave us he was much more effective as an older actor, then he was as a younger thriller with Michael Jackson. No money for that. That was a cashless deal there. He did. He did the voice for Vincent pry for for the Vincent Price. Did the break down in the middle of the song where he darkness falls across the land. The midnight hour is close at hand creatures crawl in search of blood terror is your neighborhood. He did that whole break down in the middle. And they used it in the Michael Jackson song. And then as as his payment. He got a giant life sized painting of Michael Jackson in his you know, regale you didn't they give him a choice to see if he wanted a little commission of the total take. Elected not to take it. When I heard from David Delvalle is he did it as a favor, and and he got a painting as a as a as a bonus. And and then his his wife is like we got to get rid of this painting. And and and Winston prices like, oh, no, no. So he they just had a giant painting Vincent Price in their house somewhere. And he he worked right up until he died. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I think Edward Scissorhands was his last, and I I think he worked right up until he died he loved to work. And I think that you know, if you can spend your whole life doing something that you love, and and people appreciate why not wasn't he in the original house on the haunted hill. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. He was he was the mastermind and. Invited everyone to the house on haunted hill and promptly got them all drunk and gave them guns because that's what you do. When you got ghosts. Next up. Let's go to Johnny in Augusta Georgia before the break. Welcome to the show, Johnny go ahead. Yes. Hey, this is Johnny in Augusta. Good to talk to you, George. You too, sir. Right. I was gonna tell you this you probably could've told the story better in your own words, but we had a count just insane. That was our local. Justin sane. That's not. Yes. I like it. Yeah. Yeah. It was always the horror host, right? They're always have the punny names. He had the name. But in the in the somewhat, you know, hey, Dan on this Michael Jackson note. But you know, he had demise years later about ten years ago matter of fact. Convicted for. You're breaking up a little bit at the you're saying that he was a pedophilia. Is that is that what we're going with this? I would not going there. Okay. Good. San Francisco and San Diego, they had a show called disaster piece theater. Do you remember that? Yes. I do. Remember that vaguely skits and everything. Yeah. Absolutely. Of course, I always watch creature features with Bob Wilkins. But yeah, there were a lot of other ones going on. There was I forgot the one with as Modi. Yes. But he was another bay area or host, and there was Whitey Gleason who hosted frightened night theater. There's just a ton of them. I love these names. They came up with. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. All lot of them. Have a great great Honey names like Mt. Graves and stuff like that is not a bad name either. Bob fast is the best twentieth anniversary. And of course, the meteorite fell to earth in nineteen fifty eight and the came out, and of course, well at the end of the movie they freeze it, right? They send it to the Antar tick. And I love the line at the end of the movie, which always gets a laugh today, which is you know, we'll be safe as long as the Arctic stays call. Exactly. We're going to be back with final calls with Mr. logo on coast-to-coast..

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"justin sane" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:57 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on KTOK

"Fact, my name is Lonnie, and my parents actually got the name from Lonny Chapman. So there's that all world better than better than Lonnie Anderson. Yeah. Yeah. No, no, no, no, nothing's better than Lonnie Anderson. For that was his name. True. That's true. But I wanted to bring up the the old horror hosts I grew up in the mid west. And I remember in the seventies. We had a gentleman named Dr sanguinary oh easily come out in a in a bloody Omaha. Nebraska. Yeah. Omaha nebraska. Dr sanguinary then after he retired in the eighties. We gotta leading called macabre macabre wonderful very lot lot. Lot of ladies in the eighties after Elvira. I feel like every ever there were a lot of it was another push for for lady horror hosts, including misty brew and a whole bunch of others. But they I spent many teenage nights up late watching macabre, and I'm sure good bad horror movies wonderful. Thank you for sharing macabre with us. I don't I'm not sure if I've heard of macabre before I like that name. Yeah. It's great. Vincent price. He was a great horror type actor wasn't. He one of the best Saint Louis. And he was just that. He was great and Edward Scissorhands as the scientists. Professor, absolutely. He hosted mystery that show on key Bs for years. And of course, so many movies hundreds of mask of the red death fall. The house of usher return of the invisible man, which he carried that movie with his spectacular voice. So many so many so many so many, you know, a a last man on earth. I mean, really Vincent Price was just. Just one of the best horror actors, and what's interesting like a lot of these guys is he thought he was coming to the end of end of his career as an older gentleman. But really that was the beginning of his career, and he gave us he was much more effective as an older actor, then he was as younger was in thriller with Michael Jackson. No money for that. That was a cashless deal there. He did. He did the voice for Vincent pry for for the Vincent Price. Did the break down in the middle of the song where he darkness falls across the land of the midnight hour is close at hand creatures crawl in search of blood terrorize your neighborhood. He did that whole spray down in the middle. And they used it in the Michael Jackson song. And then as as payment, he got a giant life sized painting of Michael Jackson in his, you know, regalia did they give him a choice to see if he wanted a little commission of the total take. Elected not to take it. When I heard from David Delvalle is he did it as a favor, and and he got a painting as a as a as a bonus. And and then his his wife is like we had to get rid of this painting. And and and Winston prices like, oh, no, he'll know. So he they just had a giant painting of Vincent Price in their house somewhere. He worked right up until he died the knee. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I think Edward Scissorhands was his last, and I think he worked right up until he died he loved to work. And I think that you know, if you can spend your whole life doing something that you love, and and people appreciate why not wasn't he in the original house on the haunted hill. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. He was he was the mastermind, and you know, he invited everyone to the house on haunted hill and promptly got them all drunk and gave them guns because that's what you do. When you've got ghosts. Next up. Let's go to Johnny in Augusta Georgia before the break. Welcome to the show, Johnny go ahead. Yeah. Hey, this is Johnny in Augusta. Good to talk to you, George. You too, sir. Yeah. I was gonna tell you this you probably could've told the story better in your own words, but we had a count just insane. That was our local Justin sane. That's not. Yes. I like it. Yeah. Yeah. It was always the horror host rate. They're always had the punny names. He had the name but in the in the somewhat. Yeah. Hey, Dan on this Michael Jackson note. But you know, he had demise years later about ten years ago. Matter of fact. Convicted for. Yeah. Exactly, you're breaking up a little bit at the you're you're saying that he was a pedophilia. Is that is that where we're going with this? I would not going there. Okay. Good. San Francisco and San Diego. They had a show called disaster piece theater. You remember that? Yes. I do. Remember that vaguely skits and everything. Yeah. Absolutely. Of course, I always watched creature features with Bob Wilkins. But yeah, there were a lot of other ones going on. There was I forgot the one with asthma odious, but he was another bay area horror host, and there was Whitey Gleason who hosted fright night theater. There's just a ton of them. I love these names. They came up with further. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. They're all a lot of them. Have great great Honey names like Mt. Graves and stuff like that. Obsessed is not a bad name either. Bob fast is the best. Twentieth anniversary. And of course, the meteorite fell to earth in nineteen fifty eight and the came out, and of course, well at the end of the movie they freeze it, right? They send it to the anti Arctic. And I love the line at the end of the movie, which always gets a laugh today, which is you know, we'll be safe as long as the Arctic stays cold. Exactly. We'll be back with final calls with Mr. logo on coast to.

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"justin sane" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:56 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Fact, my name is Lonnie, and my parents actually got the name from Lonny Chapman. So there's that. Better than better than Lonnie Anderson. Yeah. Yeah. But I heard nothing. No, no, no, no, nothing's better than Lonnie Anderson. Well, it would be that was his name. True. That's true. But I wanted to bring up the the old horror hosts I grew up in the mid west. And I remember in the seventies. We had a gentleman named Dr sanguinary oh easily come out in a in a bloody Omaha. Nebraska omaha. Nebraska. Dr sanguinary and then after he retired in the eighties. We gotta lady called macabre macabre wonderful very lot lot. Lot of ladies in the eighties. After elvira. I feel like every every there were a lot of it was another push for for lady horror hosts, including misty brew and a whole bunch of others. But they spent many teenage nights up late watching macabre. And so I'm sure good bad horror movies wonderful. Thank you for sharing macabre with us. I don't I'm not sure if I've heard of macabre before I like that name. Yeah. It's great. Vincent price. He was a great horror type actor wasn't. He. One of the best room Saint Louis. And he was just that. He was great and Edward Scissorhands as the scientists, professor absolutely hosted mystery that show on TBS for years, and of course, so many movies hundreds of mask of the red death. Follow the house of usher return of the invisible man, which he carried that movie with his spectacular voice. So many so many so many so many, you know, a last man on earth. I mean, really Vincent Price was just. Just one of the best horror actors, and what's interesting like a lot of these guys is he thought he was coming to the end of end of his career as an older gentleman. But really that was the beginning of his career, and he gave us he was much more effective as an older actor, then he was as a younger thriller with Michael Jackson. No money for that. That was a cashless deal there. He did a he did the voice for Vincent pry for for the Vincent Price did to break down in the middle of the song where he darkness falls across the land of the midnight hour is close at hand creatures crawl in search of blood to terrorize your neighborhood. He did that whole spray down in the middle. And they used it in the Michael Jackson song. And then as as his payment. He got a giant life sized painting of Michael Jackson in his you know, regalia, and it didn't they give him a choice to see if he wanted a little commission of the total take. Elected not to take it. When I heard from David Delvalle is he did it as a favor, and and he got a painting as a as a as a bonus. And and then his his wife is like we had to get rid of this painting and Winston prices like, oh, no, no. So they just had a giant painting Vincent Price in their house somewhere in. He he worked right up until he died the knee. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I think Edward Scissorhands was his last, and I think he worked right up until he died he loved to work. And I think that you know, if you can spend your whole life doing something that you love, and and people appreciate why not wasn't he in the original house on the haunted hill. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. He was he was the mastermind and. Invited everyone to the house on haunted hill and promptly got them all drunk and gave them guns because that's what you do. When you've got ghosts. Next up. Let's go to Johnny in Augusta Georgia before the break. Welcome to the show, Johnny go ahead. Yes. Hey, this is Johnny and Augusta. Good to talk to you, George. You too, sir. Yeah. I was gonna tell you this you probably could've told the story better in your own words, but we had a count just insane. That was our local. Justin sane. That's nice. I like it. Yeah. Yeah. Always with the horror host, right? They're always had the punny names. He had the name. But in the in the somewhat, you know, hey, end on this, Michael Jackson note. But you know, he had demise years later about ten years ago matter of fact. Convicted for. Yeah. Exactly, you're breaking up a little bit at the you're saying that he was a pedophilia. Is that is that what we're going with this? I would not going there. Okay. Good. San Francisco and San Diego. They had a show called disaster piece theater. You remember that? Yes. I do. Remember that vaguely skits and everything. Yeah. Absolutely. Of course, I always watched creature features with Bob Wilkins. But yeah, there were a lot of other ones going on. There was I forgot the one with s motives, but he was another bay area horror host, and there was Whitey Gleason who hosted frightened night theater. There's just a ton of them. I love these names. They came up with further. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. All a lot of them. Have a great great punny names like. Mt. Graves and stuff like lobster. Best is not a bad name either. Bob fast is the best. Twentieth anniversary. And of course, the meteorite fell to earth in nineteen fifty eight and Louis came out. And of course, well at the end of the movie they freeze it, right? They send it to the anti Arctic. And I I love the line at the end of the movie, which always gets a laugh today, which is you know, we'll be safe as long as the Arctic stays exactly we're going to be back with final calls with Mr. logo on.

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"justin sane" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Fact, my name is Lonnie, and my parents actually got the name from London Chapman. So there's that. There you go. On world better than better than Lonnie Anderson. Yeah. Yeah. No, no, no, no, nothing's better than Lonnie Anderson. Well, it would be that was his name. True. That's true. But I wanted to bring up the the old horror hosts I grew up in the mid west. And I remember in the seventies. We had a gentleman named Dr sanguinary oh easily come out in a in a bloody Omaha. Nebraska. Yeah. Omaha nebraska. Dr sanguinary then after he retired in the eighties. We gotta lady called macabre macabre winter very a lot of lot of ladies in the eighties after Elvira. I feel like every ever there were a lot of it was another push for for lady horror hosts, including misty brew and a whole bunch of others. But they I spent many teenage nights up late watching macabre. And so I'm sure good bad horror movies wonderful. Thank you for sharing macabre with us. I don't I'm not sure if I've heard of macabre before I like that name. Yeah. It's great. Vincent price. He was great horror type actor wasn't. He. Absolutely one of the best room Saint Louis. And he was just that. He was great and Edward Scissorhands as the scientists. Professor, absolutely. He he hosted mystery that show on TV s for years, and of course, so many movies hundreds of blue mask of the red death fall. The house of usher return of the invisible man, which he carried that movie with his spectacular voice. So many so many so many so many, you know, a last man on earth. I mean, really Vincent Price was just. Just one of the best horror actors, and what's interesting like a lot of these guys is he thought he was coming to the end of end of his career as an older gentleman. But really that was the beginning of his career, and he gave us he was much more affected as an older actor when he was younger was in thriller with Michael Jackson video no money for that. That was a cashless deal there. He did he did the voice for Vincent pry for for the Vincent Price due to break down in the middle of the song where he. Doc, nece falls across the land. The midnight hour is close at hand. Choose crawl in search of blood the terror is your neighborhood. He did that whole sprayed down in the middle. And they used it in the Michael Jackson song. And then as as his payment. He got a giant life sized painting of Michael Jackson in his, you know, regalia did they give him a choice to see if he wanted a little commission of the total take. Elected not to take it. When I heard from David Delvalle is he did it as a favor, and and he got a painting as a as a as a bonus. And and then his his wife is like we had to get rid of this painting. And and wins the prices like, oh, no, he'll know. So they just had a giant painting of Vincent Price in their house somewhere. And he he worked right up until he died the knee. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I think Edward Scissorhands was his last, and I think he worked right up until he died he loved to work. And I think that you know, if you can spend your whole life doing something that you love, and and people appreciate why not wasn't he in the original house on the haunted hill. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. He was he was the mastermind and he invited everyone to the house on haunted hill and promptly got them all drunk and gave them guns because that's what you do. When you got ghosts. Next up. Let's go to Johnny in Augusta Georgia before the break. Welcome to the show, Johnny go ahead. Yes. Hey, this is Johnny and Augusta. Good to talk to you, George. You too, sir. Yeah. I was gonna tell you this you probably could've told the story better in your own words, but we had a count just insane. That was our local. Justin sane. That's nice. I like it. Yeah. Yeah. It was always the horror host rate. They're always have the punny names. He had the name but in the in the somewhat. Yeah. Hate the end on this Michael Jackson note. But you know, he had demise years later about ten years ago matter of fact. Been convicted for. Yeah. Exactly. You're breaking up a little bit at the. Okay. You're saying that he was a pedophilia. Is that what we're going with this? I would not going there. Okay. Good. San Francisco in San Diego. They had a show called disaster piece theater. You remember that? Yes. I do. Remember that vaguely skits and everything. Yeah. Absolutely. Of course, I always watch creature features with Bob Wilkins. But yeah, there were a lot of other ones going on. There was I forgot the one with asthma odious, but he was another bay area horror host, and there was Whitey Gleason who hosted fright night theater. There's just a ton of them. I love these names. They came up with. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. Although a lot of them have a great great punny names like. Mt. Graves and stuff like that is not a bad name either. Well obsessed is the best twentieth anniversary. And of course, the meteorite fell to earth in nineteen fifty eight and the news came out. And of course, well at the end of the movie they freeze it, right? They send it to the anti Arctic. And I love the line at the end of the movie, which always gets a laugh today, which is you know, we'll be safe as long as the Arctic stays call. Exactly. We'll be back with final calls with Mr. logo on coast to coast. AM? Coast insiders, the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iphone and now Android.

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"justin sane" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All right. So the media have decided to defend Ralph north. I'm shocked shocked shocked because he's a democrat. That's the way this works. And so here is the headline. I kid you not from the Washington Post Virginia governor north I'm faces fierce conservative backlash over abortion Bill. The backlash is in some of the abortion Bill allowed. The backlash is over his comments in which she appears to justify infanticide saying this is a case where the baby is born. And then the parents decide together with the doctor and the babies being kept comfortable, MRs euthanasia, the baby is being kept comfortable. And then they go in the other room, they decide whether or not they actually want to keep that baby alive or not. This is dark dark stuff. But it turns mmediately for the media into conservatives. Pounds conservative towns. Yes, conservatives are pouncing on Ralph nor them just the way radical Democrats are pouncing on a baby in the middle of. Elation if only we worked as vicious as the Democrats just just insane. Justin sane again. I'm not even sure that north comments are significantly worse than Kathy trans comments, which are being completely ignored today. Because northern went over the top and started defending after birth killing of of the board. But now they've been bored. So after birth killing babies, Kathy Fran defending the killing of the unborn. Like as they come out of the womb is just as incredible. But it just demonstrates the utter callousness toward human life the willingness to dehumanize the unborn. And apparently, even the board in the name of feminism, really, really astonishing stuff. The second. Explain how unfortunately this movement is creeping across the country for Democrats safe legal, and rare is no longer a thing. We'll get to that. In just a second. First. Let's talk about the holiday season. The fact that Valentine's Day is coming up you're going to be sending packages the friends and family this year your business requires you to send things with postage. Well, you wanna slap all that stuff down on the post office? Probably not. Instead.

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"justin sane" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"All right. So the media have decided to defend Ralph north I'm shocked cha-cha because he's a democrat. That's the way this works. And so here is the headline. I kid you not from the Washington Post Virginia governor north fierce conservative backlash over abortion Bill. The backlash isn't over the abortion, Bill alone. The backlash is over his comments in which appears to justify infanticide saying this is a case where the baby is born. And then the parents decide together with the doctor the babies being kept comfortable, MRs euthanasia, right? The baby is being kept comfortable. And then they go in the other room, they decide whether or not they actually want to keep that baby alive or not. This is dark dark stuff. But it turns immediately for the media into conservatives. Parents conservative towns. Yes, conservatives are pouncing on Ralph northern just the way radical Democrats are pouncing on a baby in the middle of dilation. If only we weren't as vicious as the Democrats just just insane. Justin sane again. I'm not even sure that Northerns comments are significantly worse than Kathy trans comments, which are being completely ignored today. Because northern went over the top and started defending after birth killing of of the on board. But now they've been bored. So after birth babies Kathy trend defending the killing of the unborn like as they come out of the womb is Justice incredible. But it just demonstrates the utter callousness toward human life the willingness to dehumanize the unborn. And apparently, even the board in the name of feminism, really really astonishing stuff the second. I'm no explained how unfortunately this movement is creeping across the country for Democrats safe legal, and rare is no longer a thing. Get to that. In just a second first. Let's talk about the. Holiday season. The fact that Valentine's Day is coming up you're going to be sending packages the friends and family this year your business requires you to send things with postage. Well, wanna schlep all that stuff down on the post office? Probably.

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"justin sane" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"All right. So the media have decided to defend Ralph north shock shock shock because he's a democrat Mesler this works and. So here is the headline. I kid you not from the Washington Post Virginia governor north I'm faces fierce conservative backlash over abortion Bill and the backlash isn't over the abortion, Bill alone. The backlash is over his comments in which she appears to justify infanticide saying this is a case where the baby is born. And then the parents decide together with the doctor the babies being kept comfortable, MRs euthanasia, right? The baby is being kept comfortable. And then they go in the other room, they decide whether or not they actually want to keep that baby alive or not. This is dark dark stuff. But it turns immediately for the media into conservatives pounds conservative towns. Yes, conservatives are pouncing on Ralph northern just the way radical Democrats are pouncing on a baby in the middle of dilation. If only we weren't as vicious as the Democrats just just insane. Justin sane again. I'm not even sure that north comments are significantly worse than Kathy trans comments, which are being completely ignored today. Because northern went over the top and started defending after birth killing of of the on board. But now they've been bored. So after birth telling the baby's Kathy trend defending the killing of the unborn like as they come out of the womb is just as incredible. But it just demonstrates the utter callousness toward human life the willingness to dehumanize the unborn. And apparently, even the board in the name of feminism, really really astonishing stuff the second. I'm no explain how unfortunately this movement is creeping across the country for Democrats safe legal, and rare is no longer a thing. We'll get to that. In just second. First. Let's talk about the holiday season. The fact that Valentine's Day is coming up here going to be sending packages to friends and family this year your business requires you to send things with postage. Well, schlep all that stuff down on the post office. Probably.

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"justin sane" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:34 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is in he's Dr Charlie self. He's our doctor of history on as fo the guy's got more degrees than a thermometer is I'm always fun of saying. And I do say that finally because he is a messenger to the thoughtful, Dr Charlie self dot com. His website. How you doing Dr self what's going on? Hey, great to be with you on this day. And appreciate your combination of political analysis and auto bargaining. All right. Dr history. We're gonna talk about Martin Luther King junior because this is his day in just a moment. But I would like to talk to you about this style of negotiation. You're a guy besides being the doctor of history and working for you've you've got your your books and your with the Acton institute. You're with a major denomination evangelical evangelical denomination here in the United States. You've got a lot of stuff going on. You've also spent time working in the Silicon Valley, and you bet around high level dealmakers, and you know, how deals are made in the valley. I've just looking at the situation right out. Donald Trump put out a deal over the weekend. He said, listen, give me my five point seven billion for building the wall. And in return, I'll give you protection for the dreamers and others who are already in this country illegally. So he's willing. To make a great compromise. And the Democrats turn around and say, you know, we can't go along with that. Because we will do any deals on immigration as long as the government is shut down. Talk to me about that style of the goal of how that would fly in the Silicon Valley. Well, you probably wouldn't have very many companies going forward. And the Democrats are feeling the Schwab a victory right now. And especially with presidential candidates who are gonna start multiplying like rabbits pretty soon. You're gonna see a lot of unwillingness to negotiate on really fair terms. I think it's I didn't miss McConnell will try to put forward something that gives another kind of clown for things with the frankly, I think from the Republican House leaders need to join the president and come up with a variety of ways to get it the same goal, which is reasonable border security, some extensions that are compassionate and movement forward. Remember, the Democrats also depend upon public employee unions and that constituency for their votes as well. So there are a little bit more in the driver's seat than they were sixty days ago. And you're looking for fairness looking for reasonableness is really hard when you're talking about political power when we talk about the history of the world. And that's where I always loved to go with you, Dr history, you've spent your life just reviewing these these facts and figures and thoughts. Let's talk about borders and the nations because it seems to me that borders have been established for a particular reason. And I'm guessing the reason is security talk to us about what's happening with our border, especially to the south well is borders, actually, help freedom and actually help nations negotiate with each other for more Justin sane world. The some of the old hippies. I sometimes meet we want to talk about a borderless world that everybody getting along. They're probably sniffed a little too, much, Jakarta, fire and. Forget the fact that the security is part of what people need in order to exercise their freedom. So I take you everywhere around the world. For instance, we love to go back to the Roman empire. One of the reasons it collapsed in the fourth century was they had their borders, and they had various nations wanting to be citizens, and they allowed the wrong people in and the right people that wanted to be citizens they fought again than they actually hurt themselves over about a century period in not establishing the right kind of borders and the right kinds of local economy, and what we need in America is we need reasonable border security, and we can show a lot of compassion to thousands of wanna come in. But have them come into the gate instead of tunneling under or trying to climb over. And can we do that compassionately? I mean, Dr history, that's what you're all about. And some would say, well, that's not very Christian to erect a wall and keep people out. But let's talk about that from a point of compassion, fairness and law. Well, frankly, the wall actually protects the very people we want to welcome in the citizens that are already here. The wall has gates in it. You put multiple gates and multiple entry points and people would reasonable screening either by normal investigation likely. Did it? We can welcome all kinds of people in keep some of the desire Ables out. And I guarantee you that Latin-American Caribbean citizen citizens from around the world were already in the states will be grateful for reasonable security, Dr history with us on case fo Dr Charlie self dot com. Okay. So Dr self let's talk about a simulation talk to me about the importance of proper assimilation, and what does proper assimilation look like well, not just in America. But any other place where there's Representative government assimilation me over time. Common languages. Learn the rule of law is upheld economic participation that is responsibility. According to your capabilities to participate and not be dependent. So had argued that its language rule of law and that its participation in the economy as a contributor, not a dependent. Those are the first three parts of assimilation. You can keep food language culture. You can celebrate all kinds of things I can take you around the world and show you the aspirin an ex Pat populations that love their native culture, but they've learned the language and they've decided to be a part of the country. I can also show you places where they refuse to assimilate. And that's where tensions Cimber. Okay. So Dr history here we are today. This is Martin Luther King junior day, and it's a holiday for many. And of course, everyone is recalling his life. What was his life all about at the end of the day? What was his life's mission? What was accomplished? What should we recall? Well, one thing we should recall, retain and rejoice is the fact that he appealed to universal principles of Justice and love and thoughtfulness for his entire career. And though people might disagree with some of his later positions on Vietnam or the war on poverty when it came to ensuring equity and equal access and rights for all American. He put his own life on the line, not just with the assassination, but multiple times before that moment he was stabbed or or beaten or sub subject to arrest. And so I think it's the idea that we look for character in Universal's and not just the color of someone's skin. So Dr history all these many years later. You look at the things he said and the things he did. Was he a political figure or was he a religious figure? How would you view his life in retrospect in one chance he's he's one of the last great figures in our history that did both well at the same time, I call the civil rights movement one of the last great moments of common, conscience and consensus before the polarization that came after Vietnam in both political parties, and in our culture, you should look at these films the marchers. And look at the hardworking people that participated in this, and you're talking about suits and ties you're talking about people who wanted a piece of the American dream, and though there were all kinds of religious opinions all kinds of political opinions. They were United in the right to give people equal opportunity and after after his death. We don't see the same kind of consensus building figure that can bring the two together. Okay. That's a good point. What has happened? All these years later. It seems like. It seems like at a boiling point now. And it seems as if there are two sides that will come together, and they're such polarization the likes of which I remember in my lifetime. But what say you Dr history. Well, it's even worse than polarization. It's not only left and right or a traditional radical. It's also fragmentation. I mean, just just within the feminist movement, for example, some of the older leaders you simply wanted to get equal pay equal opportunity and even sexual freedom. They're now being castigated does not radical enough. It's sort of like the French revolution. Or or mouse Avon's cultural revolution on all of these movements are turning in on themselves as well. It's not completely politically correct in saying all the right acronyms or formulas. Unlike Martin Luther King and others like him who said who were appealing to those notions that are enshrined in the constitution. So the key going forward is a recovery of first principles. Recovery of those universals. And I think there are still enough people who may looming liberal orlean conservative is still no in their guts. What those universals are. There's just sometimes afraid to speak them. Dr history is Dr Charlie self DR, Charlie with an IEP self SEAL left. Dr Charlie self dot com. All right, Dr self thanks for being with us this morning. It's always an honor. Thank you so much once upon a morning there.

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"justin sane" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:27 min | 3 years ago

"justin sane" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"He's our doctor of history on K as if oh the guy's got more degrees than a thermometer is I'm always fun saying. And I do say that finally because he is a messenger to the thoughtful, Dr Charlie self dot com. His website. How you doing Dr self what's going on? Hey, great to be with you on this day. And appreciate your combination of political analysis and auto bargaining. All right. Dr history. We're gonna talk about Martin Luther King junior because this is his day in just a moment. But I would like to talk to you about this style of negotiation. You're a guy besides being the doctor of history and working for you've you've got your your books and your with the act and institute, you're with a major denomination evangelical. Evangelical denomination here. In the United States. You got a lot of stuff going on. You've also spent time working in the Silicon Valley, and you've been around high level dealmakers, and you know, how deals are made in the valley. I've just looking at the situation right out. Donald trump. Put out a deal over the weekend. He said, listen, give me my five point seven billion for building the wall. And in return, I'll give you protection for the dreamers and others who are already in this country illegally. So he's willing to make a great compromise. And the Democrats turn around and say, you know, we can't go along with that. Because we won't do any deals on immigration as long as the government is shut down. Talk to me about that style of negotiation. How that would fly in the Silicon Valley? Well, you probably wouldn't have very many companies going forward. And the Democrats are feeling the Schwab victory right now, especially with presidential candidates who are going to start multiplying like rabbits, pretty soon, you're going to see a lot of unwillingness to negotiate on really fair terms. I think it's McConnell will try to put forward something that gives another kind of clown. And frankly, I think somehow the Republican House leaders need to join the president and come up with a variety of ways to get it the same goal, which is reasonable border security, some extensions that are compassionate and movement forward. Remember, the Democrats also depend upon public employee unions and that constituency for their votes as well. So there are a little bit more in the driver's seat them. They were sixty days ago. And you're looking for fairness looking for reasonableness is really hard when you're talking about political power when we talk about the history of the world. And that's where I always loved to go with your doctor history. You've spent your life just reviewing these these facts and figures in thoughts. Let's talk about borders and nations because it seems to me that borders have been established for a particular reason. And I'm guessing the reason is security talk to us about what's happening with our border, especially to the south. Well. Well. There is borders actually, help freedom and actually help nations negotiate with each other for more Justin sane world. Some of the old hippies. I sometimes want to talk about a borderless world and everybody getting along. They're probably sniffed a little too, much, Jakarta, fire and. Forget the fact that the security is part of what people need in order to exercise their freedom. So I can take you everywhere around the world friends. We love to go back to the Roman empire. One of the reasons that collapsed in the fourth century was had their borders, and they've had various nations wanting to be citizens, and they allowed the wrong people in and the right people that wanted to be citizens they fought against and they actually hurt themselves over about a century period in establishing the right kind of borders and the right kinds of local economy, and what we need in America is we need reasonable border security, and we can show a lot of compassion to thousands of wanna come in. But have them come into the gate instead of tunneling under or trying to climb over. And can we do that compassionately? I mean, Dr history, that's what you're all about. And and some would say, well, that's not very Christian to erect a wall and keep people out. But let's talk about that from a point of compassion, fairness and law. Frankly, the wall actually protects the very people we want to welcome in the citizens that are already here. The wall has gates in it. You put multiple gates in multiple entry points and people would reasonable screening either by normal investigation. Like, we did it. We can welcome all kinds of people in keep some of the undesirables out. And I guarantee you that Latin American Caribbean citizen citizens from around the world who are already in the states will be grateful for reasonable security, Dr history with this case fo Dr Charlie self dot com. Okay. So Dr self let's talk about assimilation talk to me about the importance of proper assimilation, and what does proper assimilation look like well, not just in America than any other place where there's Representative government assimilation me over time. Common language is learned the rule of law is upheld economic participation that is responsibility. According to your capabilities to participate and not be at dependent. So I'd argue that its language rule of law and that its participation in the economy. Here's a contributor not a dependent. Those are the first three parts of assimilation. You can keep food language culture. You can celebrate all kinds of things I can take you around the world and show you the aspirin ex populations that love their native culture, but they've learned the language and they've decided to be a part of the country. I also show you places where they refuse to simulate. And that's where tensions simmer. Okay. So Dr history here we are today. This is Martin Luther King junior day. And it's it's a holiday for many. And of course, everyone is recalling his life. What was his life all about at the end of the day? What was his life's mission? What was accomplished? What should we recall? Well, one thing we should recall, retained and rejoice is the fact that he appeal to universal principles of Justice and love and thoughtfulness for his entire career and Bill people might disagree with some of his later positions on Vietnam or some of the war on poverty when it came to ensuring equity and equal access and rights for all American. He put his own life on the line, not just with the assassination, but multiple times before that moment he was stabbed or or beaten or sub subject to arrest. And so I think the idea that we look for character in universals and not just the color someone skin. So Dr history all these many years later. You look at the things he said and the things he did. Was he a political figure or was he a religious figure? How would you view his life in retrospect in one he's one of the last great figures in our history that did both well at the same time, I call the civil rights movement, one of the last great moments of common, conscience and consensus before the polarization that came after Vietnam both political parties, and in our culture, you know, you should look at these films of the marchers. And look at the hardworking people that participated in this, and you're talking about suits and ties you're talking about people who wanted a piece of the American dream, and though there were all kinds of religious opinions all kinds of political opinions. They were United in the right to give people equal opportunity and after after his death. We don't see the same kind of consensus building figure that can bring the two together. Okay. That's a good point. What has happened? All these years later. It seems like. It seems like right? A boiling point now. And it seems as if there are two sides that won't come together. And there's such polarization the likes of which I remember in my lifetime. But what say you Dr history. Well, it's even worse than polarization. It's not only left and right or a traditional radical. It's also fragmentation. I mean, just just within the feminist movement, for example, some of the older leaders you simply wanted to get equal pay equal opportunity and even sexual freedom. They're now being castigated does not radical enough. It's sort of like the fridge revolution. Or or mouse, Avon's cultural revolution all of these movements are turning in on themselves as well. It's you're not completely correct in saying all the right acronyms or formulas. Unlike Martin Luther King and others like him who said we who were appealing to those notions that are enshrined in the constitution. So the key going forward is a recovery of first principles are. Recovery of those universals. And I think there are still enough people who may looming liberal orlean conservative is still knowing their guts. What those universals are. There's just sometimes afraid to speak some doctor history is Dr Charlie self DR, Charlie with an IEP self Dr Charlie self dot com. All right. Dr Sal, thanks for being with us. This.

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