16 Burst results for "Katie Stole"
"katie stole" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"I if i was watching this motherfuckers. A robot yes your hands. You've been like the episode of seinfeld where the woman just walks. But she doesn't swing her arms. That's weird. Why aren't you a little bit people. I'm sure you've seen it a million times where you're marching in formation. They're swinging the arms of the wrong way. I taught me and misled to walk intervenes. Mixed up i love it would be like murray to be promoted and pace power. And then they're in front of the tower battalion and they're moving their arms. Like what did you do. I saw this. Instagram was at a recruiting station. And this young. I guess he was on like recruiter's assistance or something like that. And he was getting promoted to lance corporal. And they're inside. They're not wearing covers. The dude is a young devil puppy then he goes in to get promoted and he stops in front of the ceo. And normally if you're outside and you're doing this and marines be interred march and you go. Do you do the greeting of day. Good morning sir and you salute will insa inside with no cover on you. Obviously don't salute so the the young droop kept trying to salute and the gun. That was stand beside him. Just going back. I can slap in his hand down every time but he thought he was making a mistake. Like you salute wrong and they kept. You know he was. He thought he was saying the wrong here. Supposed to morning sir. Whatever rank is reporting as ordered. Then they say carry on and then you drop your and he thought he was just saying the wrong shit so he started saying over again. It's still put his hand. W why did it like five times in the gun was like you're inside with no cover on dumb ass you know. Look i think like genuinely one of the reasons. I knew that i that a lifetime in the military was not for me was that i knew if i stayed in i was going to have to learn more customs and courtesies and i knew i knew i would spend the rest of my life fucking up in front of most people are like i. You know i wanna live somewhere else. I want to start a family. And not be impeded by deployments. It's like there's going to be too much stuff. I gotta know genuinely. Yes that though. That's very honest going in and you look at what people who are senior what they know like being around. You're like i'm not gonna guys katie stolen valor. You'd be amazed at what i didn't know. And i'm like no no way to curve fall..
"katie stole" Discussed on Worst Year Ever
"Vote for democrat right like that's the thing if you're if this is the fucking situation but they have extremely confusing because they like katie said. It's like you have to answer to you. So do you want so. You don't want to do the recall okay. And then it's like the thing is directly under it and if you don't know that you see like a lot of people think i there's a narrative if you're voting you'd have to answer every single thing and so it's very confusing you know. I'm glad that people are still able to vote by mail because obviously we want people to be safe and delta is is is out here so i'm glad that you know california. Has those vote by mailboxes. Still intact until governor larryelder until governor larry elder host. What was his official. I think pastor and author. Leon elder. I was looking at a Little interview with him. He said he believes in climate change but isn't sure how much it's contributing to worsening wildfires. you know it's kinda guy just bring that around and given the first part of our conversation Yeah i mean it's not. It's not a great situation. Hopefully we all show up. So what i wanna do is personally. Even though i don't want gavin newsom to our governor. I want to be encouraging people to spread the word that they vote this family. It doesn't matter. Just do it and then we can. What will and then. You've vote in a real election later. And then we'll do that. But we have to show up and ryan. Mary gavin newsom. Pay attention to this. It's also like pay attention. I mean like the. I'm sure this is very for eccentric right now but you know. Pay attention to your local politics. Play attention to your local election your votes matter and all right by governor cuomo. Yeah goodbye governor. Cuomo we will miss you but Pretty incredible we need to talk about cuomo more I'll talk about cuomo more. I guess just keep seeing like a shame to this this this But still did a great job as governors. Are we just heading not. Are we just not going to ever really like discussed the deaths. He tried to hide like cody. They were old oh sorry. They went to that beach from a different era allah right. But he's done but all he's done are like current. I've seen that. I've seen that trash take one too many times and it's it's not and he's italian yes. An italians are inherently dangerous when it comes to to physical contact but that's why we shouldn't let them be in office that's why that's zoom so i can't Can't palomo everybody have to sell all of its robert. Cody and i are both italian. And that's the way the show remotely. y- tally last name. Evan it was originally fonsi johnstone stoney Katie stolen actually drums willing strong stolley art fully defended genius. I define a fascinating that he tried to be like mata. This is your italian thing like. I'm old or whatever. I don't know what whatever. Excuse i there's a fucking amazing tweet from alec baldwin. Today i wanted to read these please. Can you play the mandolin while you read it again. Well to preface this. I saw this tweet. And then i'll right so i the first the tweet here we go so we got a little regard regardless of what you think of cuomo. This is a tragic day party politics. This country draw ambitious but ultimately isolated even socially maladjusted men and women who given the current cancelled culture will likely have their shortcomings exposed and magnified that ballot baldwin old. Yeah i find so interesting because it's like clearly like like this is just about you right like this is like what's wrong with grubbing boobs and butts so like obviously it's like he's he's trumpy. He played trump on tv. He's say it's the same. It's the same guy just like ones blue right and well in his credit alec baldwin has never sought political power. I will give him that. He is a bad person than trump in that regard but he also foundation. If you if you have some free time. Google that voicemail. He left for his his daughter. Seriously thing i've ever heard real real rough moment but again you know shortcomings. So i saw his tweet now is to go. I wanted to know. I want him to describe the shortcomings right. Because you have this sort of vague like kurt. Canseco first of all cultures not current. It's forever politicians getting caught and then having to resign because of behavior is not like a new thing. So fuck off with that mr baldwin but when you have this vague like work the shortcomings are exposed. Alec described the shortcomings. Explain what the shortcomings are. Use your words elaborate So i went to. I went to his tweet to ask him that. But i found out that he had blocked me like i literally. I've literally never interacted with him before the tweet if you've been blocked or allies are screen shot but So that's that was a little fun fun little moment to bring rain and that's light. Some light conversation disagree right. I really great way to end this. This episode either. So there's about their. Youtube could be glimmer a glimmer of hope if we act now shortcomings. Fuck out of here. Oh yeah we have a new daily show. It's called the daily show with jon stewart. Never been done before brand new idea. we're going to be incredibly. That's italian wind chill and then fifteen years later. Everyone's going to be like. Oh you know.
"katie stole" Discussed on Worst Year Ever
"Hello and welcome back to the worst year ever. It truly does suck. I'm katie. stole it does. I'm robert evans katie. Yeah who else is here. Who else. I also for buses. Cody there is that your it is good. Is cody johnson. Hello beautiful thank you so guys. I came across something on the internet this morning. That made me angry really as much as it is. Just a thing i saw. That made me angry on the internet. You want better thing that made me angry. Talk about the subject of this episode. Great so it was someone on twitter sharing an instagram post. Which is something people do when they've come across something on instagram. That made them angry and they wanna make other people angry because that is one of the healthy things we do in our society. I'm feeding into that loop talking about it here now By talking about it here and now because things are good in the world. So there's this this lady who was posting on a fucking instagram about jobs for your kids or ways. Your kids can make money by hustling during the summer And her idea was like a picture of her and like a kiddy pool with her like like eight year old daughter and was like idea charge. Ten kids forty dollars a week to spend two hours a day at your house. That's four hundred dollars a week for your kid. And she repeatedly use the hash. Tag kid preneurs which is her attempt to make like kid entrepreneur. Like does it wrong. That's not the way you would do that. Like kid troupe. Reneur even like child. I know you wouldn't do it. That way kid preneurs just nonsense ask it just makes me want to commit a series of crimes Yeah so that. Made me very angry. And i want to know that you guys are angry. I was angry. Someone young for your young to print. So here's the problem is with the term. The phrase my. It's all of it. The idea that like children should always be seeking a hustle thing out two hours a day for a week. Yeah she wants her kid to do this once your kid to be to to be trying to find a way to make money by getting kids to pay to hang out during the summer because kids should be commodifying everything from an early age kid and in just a territory were less than ten kids aren't paying for the the kiddy pool the parents are. Let's be real right and so you want the kid to run this insurance night liability night a racket. I think it's fair to call with iraq. Yeah yeah and legal daycare so five business yeah go buy your own kiddy pool for twenty bucks..
"katie stole" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Receives hard time after shooting himself in the junk. Yes, he shot his own self shot himself in the junk and he actually to jail. So first of all, you shoot yourself in your junk. Which is not gonna be comfortable if you get me Flix your junk. It's like the most painful thing. Let a lot of bullet kicked in the job. A bullet through your job. No, thanks. I could see that happening. People putting guns in their pocket and reaching the natural instinct is to grab the gun with the trigger, and you're never supposed to hold a gun with a trigger into your about to shoot, But this guy he was an organ. He shot himself in the junk and the reason I believe we do have official attorney Lisa here. She's going to join us to clarify He lied to cops, because, you know, in terms of gunshot hospital cops have to come and be involved. And he said, Oh, a homeless man shot me at the bus stop. And so they did investigation, right? No. So that's why he went to jail for that. Yes. So you wouldn't want to jail if it wasn't for the just grabbing and shooting his own thing off that I'm not sure of and I think I'll send prior record, but They saw that the angle of the bullet in his junk was from up top, and it didn't go the story and the guy would have to be in his pants shooting, you know, Dues an idiot. Maybe he should be off the streets. Let's go to our official attorney Lisa Lanier. Hey, Good morning, this guy he actually got sentenced to hurry up to five years in prison for this And it's not because It's not because he shot himself in the junk. It's because he was a convicted felon and in Oregon, like in a lot of state, a convicted felon is not allowed to have a firearm, The Felony Firearms act, and it prohibits anyone who's ever been convicted. Of a felony from ever owning a gun. With very limited exception. They can get a restoration privilege if it's been more than 20 years since they served their Senate. And they had no repeat offenses, and they only had one felony to begin with, and they can get it restored. But it include if you have a gun at home. Yeah, for a little while in the early 2000, there was an amendment to the act, saying that felons can have a gun in their home, but they wipe that out. That's gone now. So, yeah, they can't have a firearm period and it can have some pretty Onerous effects. I I knew a guy who was he was actually doing some work on my house and he was recovered, Felon recovered addict and he really had turned his life around. I've been clean for a long time. And he was at the job site at my house and the other guys were getting launch or whatever. And they said, Hey, you go, go get it. Take, take my truck. Take my truck and he didn't have his car. He rode with somebody. So he's on his way to pick up lunch and somebody else's truck and he gets pulled over. And it's a It's an old ratty tat tat looking truck. So you know this. Those guys get pulled over a lot, and I you know, didn't have proper brake light signal lights. Whatever. So they said, Do you mind if we search the vehicle? And he said, Okay, and they searched the vehicle and there was a gun under the seat. Bam! Busted right back the presidency. He didn't know the gun was there, and it wasn't even his car. It's his fault. Doesn't matter. Isn't that true? If you're aside subject if you're driving And someone in your car. Does something stupid. That's the illegal or like goes to do a drug deal. And you're the driver of the car. You don't even know you get in trouble, right? Yeah. Yeah, well, especially like if you're driving and somebody commits a serious crime like you pull up to a gas station, and the person goes in and robbed the gas station. You could be charged with felony murder for that if they kill somebody. Oh, my God. Can you make a case for that at all? Not really. I mean, this guy had another friend of mine was who's a good criminal attorney was his attorney, and he was like this. They're very serious about this because you got to think about Felons. You know the ideas. You don't want to have a gun because you don't want to have the propensity to have a repeat criminal act. And of course anybody can say Well, I didn't know that going with their that was, you know? Yeah. Investigation. You could have the bosses the witness at least and saying, Yeah, I told him and verify He was the boss of me now, because think about if we don't suck. Dick Carlo is like Jared. Can you go pick up lunch for everybody here at the office, and he had a gun under the seat, which is now a concealed weapon. And you don't have a concealed weapon permit? No, You're not gonna go searching Dick. Carlos, try. I don't look in his government compartment. Very snake. What if Katie ran out of coals with sunglasses, right? And she didn't get caught, then the next thing and I have no idea that Katie stole the sunglasses even tell me when we get pulled over. Technically, I could be associated with that. Well, the girl I can tell you from my real life experience. I was not driving my own car. I was riding with my friend Erica..
"katie stole" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Comes a time in the life of every podcast or when he has to introduce the show that he's doing and this is that moment for me. Robert hosts of behind the bastards. Podcast where we talk about terrible people. Normally this is a show where we give a detailed history of an awful person life but today we're doing something special today due to the massive outrageous clamoring popular demand. We are continuing with our investigation into true allegiance the fictional novel. Debut of one benefit. Shapiro here with me today to talk about this. This opus are Mike. Hosts Cody Johnston and Katie stole. Hello are you doing today up doing? Hello thrilled to be funny Out there in Radio Thailand. I took a more serious tact with the INTRO. Because I think it's important to really set the tone of the gravity that that this book demands from the reader. Oh Yeah we're serious people delving into a very serious book by a very serious person. You've covered a lot of serious serious bad guys in your time on the show but I don't think there's anything more serious than what we're about to embark on no no and I think that You know I've I've read a lot of about human conflict in war books by people like Kurt Vonnegut. Who would would would would experienced at Kurt. Vonnegut half to write about any of this stuff. He survived a bombing or something. Ben Shapiro is is the man that I wanna hear talk about the serious issues because I know when Ben Talks About for example the war in Afghanistan Or the crack trade in Detroit Michigan. Then he is writing from a position of deep personal understanding. What else can and authority exactly. Exact and empathy and empathy he He's had a lot of heroin experiences getting ratio online. So he has you know getting ratio online was his Afghanistan and Afghanistan was the war that he suggested. People kill children in He did that when he was eighteen. Someone let him wrote a fucking column where he said. Why do we care about civilian casualties in Afghanistan? So I'm very excited to see where this goes precocious kids. Yeah they say the wildest thing we talked I think a tiny bit about Lee Lavar who is the one of the two villains? The two villains of the of the of Ben Shapiro's book the President Who wants everybody to have a job? And and that makes the president to Nazi and then of course there's leave on Who IS The black character and also of course a crack trading gang dealer. Oh is is the president and it's not black. No no he's not no. That wasn't into sneaky guy seat with fiction. Coney you you got a separate some things you have a black president who you don't like entrust you separate him into a white president you don't like entrust and crack dealer in Detroit Yeah. The duality of man basic storytelling roles. Classic Storytelling Rules Chekhov's racism. Okay so now we hope we. I noted that Vons Chapter First Chapter opens up with Detroit was a Shithole but it was his shit hole. So you know that right away. You're coming from the perspective of somebody who understands the place he's talking about. Don't like the Detroit shades. It's going to put it out there. Don't like it now. Of course. Leon's neighborhood includes eight mile road because Shapiro Safa Movie. Eight mile and literally. The only thing he knows about Detroit is that includes eight mile road ended. Its does not have as much money as other places. Oh Oh yeah right soundtrack. I'm I'm in has memorized all the words to lose yourself. Yes yes yes it in the mirror. Yeah that's Ben Shapiro has like when he I I can imagine him getting up in the morning and lake drinking a bunch of raw eggs and like putting on like a a hoodie asleep loose hoodie and my going out to hit a boxing bags like that song starts to really pump and then he punches at once and he starts crying because he's hurt his little I I see it punching it and it swings back and hits him. You're right maybe both things happen One of the two. Yeah quote from any the stores dotting. Eight Mile Road itself formed steady depressing pattern liquor store. Auto parts store burned out. Boarded UP SHOP SALON REPEAT AD infinitum every once in a while an auto latte broke up the monotony or perhaps a music store but that was about it. Would it would open up. In one of the lease police streets in America leave on wood and of course the show is opened up. Sells crack Yeah well it tells crap that's get your. It's a barber shop. Where only filled with older black men and barbershop? You say yeah. Yeah Yeah Oh yeah. And then the back room where he sells crack. I'm just waiting for like him to like I have expected when he's like. I'm from Detroit. I live in Harlem in Compton in Detroit. Yes yes he lives in the neighborhood of Compton Detroit. Yeah Jesus Ben Okay. So there's a little line here about sincere he. On and his crew shuttled crack. Cocaine dragged gone out of style in the mid ninety s thanks to the federal. Crackdown on crack dealers. Black politicians had been the big advocates of putting crack dealers on a different footing than powder cocaine dealer at the time. Nobody wanted to deal crack anymore. But von care due to a select population so number one. That's actually just just not true. The evidence suggests that a lot of white people stop doing crack so much as that crack is really really toxic on your body and younger people watched what it did to older people to people who were older than them to their older brothers and stuff and we're like. Nah I don't want that Because that's has more of an impact. Just throw people in prison. But I don't expect them to have that take on things so I did. Yeah we're about a page and a half to the Bronx chapter when been describes how big von is at six foot three two hundred twenty pounds of shredded muscle leave on cut an imposing figure walking into other stories on the block. The immediately went quiet when he came in when he told them he'd graduated from the U. Of Him they got even quieter. This kid was brutal and smart. They knew I'm just that's excellent. That's excellent I'm I'm reminded of Weirdly the word articulate for some reason comes to. Yeah Oh boy. Here's Al Sharpton Not Al Sharpton. He's the Reverend Jim Crawford. But he's Al Sharpton Odd. Yeah Yeah. He's in. He's in Leon's barbershop to talk to him about a deal. Yeah okay so he meets with this Al Sharpton character and it's clear that like the Al Sharpton character wants to partner with him on some sort of complicated and cutting political scheme Because of course that's what all of the black leaders in America have secret connections to crack dealers in WanNa work with them on. Yeah and then we get to a really a real fun moment here so leave on in. This guy are talking. Leave on quote Shakespeare. He says there is nothing either. Good or bad but thinking makes it so and of course Out The al Sharpton standing in doesn't recognize this quote and so leave on at the educated brutal guy says it Shakespeare. It means you'll learn to trust me. And then the Al Sharpton Guy Laughs and says quoting or quoting dead Honky. You'll be useful yet. Ooh Yeah so that's day think it's good to yeah that's fun. I was just listening and nodding. That's good Ben's white so it's okay for him to write the word Honky. Yeah and I'm I'm not sure if this is bad formatting or just been is bad at writing a book but in the chapter that Vons Lebron's chapter right and what you do if you're writing a book where every chapter takes the perspective of a different character you expect. Each of those chapters will be about a different like from the perspective of that character but midway through this chapter actually right after the line quoting dead. Honky as you might be useful yet. We switched perspective without switching chapters to a completely different character of a local cop named Ricky O'Sullivan. Yeah that's cool. Yeah writing and bad formatting. Yeah yeah so he's hanging out at an abandoned Packard plant That looks like something out of mad. Max been been describes it Which is a known drug? Hang out. So that's why he's he's hanging out there as a cop and I think he's about to shoot a black kit. That's the feeling I get your. He gets a ten thirty one in progress. Sign and he rolls over had pushed. Its way through the cement.
"katie stole" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Launching the bafflingly violent t-shirt industry which by my rough count provides roughly sixty percent of facebook's operating revenue. So only see your Bailey's soldier of Fortune also contributed to the birth of the needlessly aggressive sticker industry selling door stickers Labor mad. Is there life after death trespass here and find out and never mind the dog? Beware of owner and of course bumper stickers. Like the only way they'll get my gun is to pry it from my cold dead hands and the irony of that one so Robert Robert Milch wrote a Red Dawn classic movie. There's very famous scene in the beginning of the Soviets are invading. We're like you see a guy with the the gag gun when they prayed for my cold dead hands lying dead behind his truck with a forty-five Robert Milch was the subject of a ten page. Spread like article in soldier of Fortune. Magazine it's just fun. It's just good time good time boulders. Nice place to it is a nice place was he. He went there for college likes it. He went to college. I went to the University Colorado. Go there and I'm be profession. Well he's a different age okay because I don't know if you've been to boulder lately but no one has murdered anything. They're in like even soap his just where if rich kids go that can't get into Ivy League schools so in addition to all this soldier of fortune continued to play host to a series of classic articles for the Modern Man. Who's pretty sure he would have been. Conan the barbarian if a few cards Atlanta differently and I think genetic court yeah time cards to a lot of cards actually and I think the single best example of this magazine's content is this classic article that I'm so excited to Redo Davis that's not a good sign secrets of modern battle-axe fighting by Jeff Cooper. This ain't everyday knowledge folk and this ain't shit modern secret modern battle-axe fighting trying to hit him in neck. A lot of people don't know that some important shit here next week hands. The article opens with Jeff announcing that for reasons that are never made clear. He has won an award. That also happens to be a hand forged norse battle axe being the kind of man who writes for soldier of Fortune Magazine. Jeff Cooper decided he desperately needed to know how to kill people with this axe. Unfortunately the only manuals he could find on axs fighting where chaotic and not very detailed so he and a friend site to spend the afternoon inventing saying I had to drink me first so he had a friend spent an afternoon inventing a modern science of battle-axe fighting by Janet after noon. Yeah that's Kung Fu was written in an afternoon long after daylight saying it was in like August. Yeah so they did this. By jabbing vaguely at Hay Bales in an empty field. Now Billy I'm a need you to take a look at studied how to do this. I want you to look at the picture and I want you to notice that while he is jabbing this hay bale violently with an axe. He's wearing a gun on his hip. Nfl Dora and FIDORA. No yeah that is not gonNA pass this around. It is this is it. He looks like he thinks he would. Yeah you can't see you know I gotTa Finish your pass this around because you really need to see Jeff Cooper doing the pike thrust straight right the overhead and of course port guard because again. I think he might have a cigarette in his mouth in Malaysia. They still he. Even though that's how people smoke the headache I don't even know so. The business of writing articles like this was rather safe but Robert Brown was not satisfied with safe. He still found himself. Desperately addicted to war tourism and the primary purpose of soldier of Fortune magazine was to enable his habit throughout the mid Nineteen Eighties Brown magazine. Got Increasingly involved in the El Salvadoran. Civil War he visited for the first time. Nine hundred eighty three and spent several happy days fighting alongside a cadre of mercenaries and paramilitary fighters backing. Roberto de Oppositon Donaldson was in the words of the. Us Ambassador El Salvador a pathological killer. Who bragged about the need to exterminate two hundred to three hundred thousand people in his country? This is the Guy Robert Brown's like hanging with you was a I'm gonNA. I'm GonNa pass these battle-axe photos around because I have a moral obligation to show them to you. Guys need to see him. He looks like he looks like he looks like if he was around. Today he'd have a red hat on those very specific brand with the life. I don't know but just these people are important looking very nice. I was opening shining on Katie. Stolen Cody Johnston. And it was just like I. That's like old school day. We're like Hey Dean Martin Dean Martin Audience Turtle so Dobson Round ran death squads which massacred women children in a huge number of priests and Robert Brown was only too happy to help with that by Nineteen eighty-four. He claimed to have sent more than one hundred mercenaries into El Salvador yellow claimed that he came back a lot. Didn't he also claimed that his readers had donated more than four million dollars in supplies to the Contra rebels in Nicaragua when he was criticised over the fact that his magazine was actively enabling death squads in multiple nations. Robert Brown wrote this. We are not content to just tell the story to the best of our ability. We also help equip aid and train. The world's anticommunist freedom fighters we make no apologies about this or for a virulent anti tyrant anticommunist editorial stance now. Hey Hey not only report what happens. I shoot people from a safe distance from a very safe distance and then I leave now tragedy. Tragically Billy and this is really going to buy me out. Rub Round second plan trip to go fighting. All Salvator was canceled. I know I know it's a bummer. But we all you know. Sometimes you get sick and you can't make that trip sometimes brown case one of your own mercenary shoots the leg. It took a long time. It really well. That's you want. You're GONNA do some other stuff after you do that. Well here's how the Chicago Tribune described. What happened because this is going to enjoy this Colonel Brown and his kitchen table buddies? We're talking about a flight to El Salvador. That Brown was to make the next day Brown. Who was a captain? Vietnam claims to be helping to train the Salvadoran army on an unofficial basis. He says he's making them tougher and more disciplined as the evening wore on official basis. Wore these people up a little bit just an ad hoc thing. Don't you mind me unofficially? Teach here as the evening wore on towards midnight. One of Brown's buddies who writes for soldier of Fortune took out an automatic pistol. He was carrying and showed it. To Brown. Brown's buddy talked about his pistols heft the trigger action and the other qualities that please gun lovers. He pulled the trigger being a gun expert. He knew it was empty. When Brown's buddy a gun expert pulled the trigger there was a loud explosion beast. He's heard that before scare scared me. He stood there for a moment with his mouth wide open. He looks at his hand and saw a whole shot a hole through his hand Brown. Look down at his leg his leg hurt. He saw blood running out of his calf. The bullet after blowing a hole in his buddies hand at blown a hole in Brown's leg the whole the owner of the gun was right. It did Pakowal told you tell. Everyone look like a strong Brown. Look at it slow down to his hand. I would've done some real damage. Brown look down at his bleeding leg. Then he looked at his buddy and said you stupid son of a bitch you shot me and now. I can't go to El Salvador Story. That's a feel good moment. Where all nine years old. That's where we'd never get past. That's her media just like I can't go to the water report when I think about situations. That scare me is like a journalist embedded with a group of people. One of them is being there for that and having to like not laugh. Like because you really can't in that situation because one bullets already gone off. They're not against using another. Yeah we can correct who tells the.
"katie stole" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"We lost two thousand twelve to two thousand twelve two thousand twelve in that Western the contents is against the Spurs after Lost Foster Home Games. I mean if I to Vegas home gives us a little bit of our Cain. Another is a great season and ben down again but then they rattled off four consecutive victories. And I sweat. I had an article for sports evidence. Evidence League sports as the more we gone. Yeah so that I that time I felt that you know via gonNa see this team gone and this team is going to be here for another four five years before and I'm thinking of it happens and I and I thought for me. That was pretty magical. I mean does this one moment where I think Kawhi what's gotten harder and hardest hit this one of his step back to either. What him probably the first time I've seen that and then that gave us done that game of locked up by doc particularly and I was like boom via gonNA erupted exactly so sports kept coming back after everytime they got lead they kept coming back coming back but then this one for like finally broke was the one with Margaret something? That's what I thought. That was a pretty cool moment. In retrospect it was not at that moment I was like wow. This is a great thing to happen. Okay Okay Great. That's one that will you want me to name three. I thought it was like one each because I thought the reality because I saw it live also was absolutely. How could this be? No actually I want to give the spurs drops. It goes to us from that point and then come back next demolished. The heat is a is a different thing but let talk about this area so I I mean. Every time I see briefly I was like I cannot believe I was watching this game live on TV NBA League boss. One was it was such a brilliant thing to see. Because there's so many of those kind of Lebron John Block the coyote three but this one especially because if not going in the like Lebron James Sort of had his second lost three years in the finals who that teams have ice that thing also and that would have been pretty bad for liberals legacy so somehow it kind of had this thing out and people have left to stadium people's without ropes the Libro Della Brian generated comeback with pretty amazing. He put the he that yeah also off again under the offensively so the turban. I'm a little bit of caught between Kawhi beating the Seventy sixers chart and between that whole and Dia Section of the game seven between warriors and Cavalier I. I thought that was pretty special. Teams are struggling to scored fourteen side. Could not do it and then that come back from not even I think was also pretty special for me. I hope you have different answers I have I have one more. I think I think for me. Obviously the spurs losing to the shot was just like So it was really really bad but I think it made the win next year even sweeter and win next year was like a demolition like they. They didn't they. There was nothing the heat had to say or anything of that sort. Those more doubt. There's no doubt and I think being the second one probably would be. I don't show an awesome moments but I think the three one comeback by Lebron and the moment bowman. Oh Man I think that's just the most important whatever sliding door I think is the Klay Thompson. Come back in game. Six Knicks. Game's as bad didn't happened. Probably Gordon said would have lost and then probably would have not gone to against okay. Whoa oh that the league in acclaim I think the clay game was just like I mean if that would make if that would not have happened a lot? The things that have changed in the next five years I think Lebron won more championships. Because Katie stole audrain would have never left. Okay see because the two have been from Lebron Getting Lebron had had the team in the cavaliers go for another good runs and Katie Renton joined. I think it was very smart of Gig. He was like there's no way. I'm letting Lebron Vin more championships because he came back to what. What so the only way for him to stop it? Gordon strongest teams. I give props to D for like doing the smartest move he could have done so I think Lebron it ended up with like probably five championships by the end of the decade of three Katie would probably end up with non pretty one. Maybe and the Gordon wouldn't have I've been that Golden State is you know what's interesting is if Katie had gone to Cleveland Lebron would never have lived down right but Katie going to go to Katie gets forget Teflon steph curry..
"katie stole" Discussed on KCRW
"A few blocks away and I am a borrowed his phone and I'm like mom when she picked up and she sensed urgency in my voice and she said what's wrong I I I I I didn't know what to say so I just I just open that bin and I grabbed a handful of pills and I shook them aggressively and the room filled with the sound of Christmas she immediately started to cry but these were happy tears these were happy sobs and I could feel her smile from a thousand miles away and then she said to me thank you for giving me back Christmas thank you it was in the currency is lives in Los Angeles and he shared this at the moment the December after his mom died he said telling the story was a way for her to still be present during the holiday on our website there's a picture of it and his three brothers in front of their tree he said mom's favorite ornament was a small manger which you can see in the photo that morning and along with some of the others in the photo were rescued next Katie steals and a story slam in Portland Oregon we partner with Oregon public broadcasting here's Katie live at the mall so.
"katie stole" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Watching the Denver Bronco game yeah as we take on the Houston Texas watch the Houston Texans they have three receivers that are saying three guys at a blow the doors off of your defense they have two that have names and one that you're just like what that guy come from right will fuller Kenny stills Andy Andriy Hopkins will fuller by the way is the name you may not know and he'll run right past yep I mean he will run right past you for three all day okay stills is catching everything what is that said it was like my seventy percent seventy five percent catch rate thrown the ball when when throwing a ball to Katie steals he's in the same category as Michael Thomas of the new law New Orleans Saints but without the number of throws going his direction he is that same wide receiver but runs a four three Michael Thomas runs a four five catch radius to the roof I don't know you know they look man this is this is this gonna be off saying this weekend is gonna be a good one it's gonna be give football bites it's going to be is the roof open if they did they have not determined that they have not determined that bites you with any luck I'd like to gamesmanship they used to do and Andy out when Peyton manning was a member of the colts he never wanted the roof open at what happens when the Denver Broncos going there to play the colts Russo and don't like it open the roof open the roof all rights are a poll question today it's our typical Friday poll question and I have a pretty good idea of the direction that it is going to go what is your prediction for the Broncos versus the Texans Broncos by three Broncos by a touchdown Broncos by double digits or D. Texans when a rod not a lot not a lot of optimism so far sixty five percent say Texans when nineteen percent say Broncos in a close one by three twelve percent Broncos by touch down in just four percent say Broncos by double figures I will tell you this when we have been talking to folks in Houston about this team at about this game they all have alluded to one thing the Houston Texans tend to play down to their competition they tend to play down to their competition I'll take it if they played down to the Denver Broncos the Broncos could surprise they could surprise them yes I'm all on me well let me just one more time it's too late as the owners cooling down again it's big Alan Jo Jo I came away the voice of Colorado.
"katie stole" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Com still reviewing the forward hatch but it looks like this is coming back as expected you're not what data from several angles quite honestly Jason I'm kind of surprised a call to touch down on the field the wall was out very quickly group we received this are possibly call because we feel that the things look with you with the students in a test of the falls out service center well it is city officials here inside energy stadium or wearing a battle red or the dark blue with the Houston Texans disagree with Tony current this fall but Jason if you've got a partial lies on it like we do occur the police it seems clear that was not a catch I think if we are to working guys in the rest of the see if other cats I know it's a debate every week about what's a cat's what's not that not that that would seem pretty clear cut even during live the speed action so certain ten for the Texans back in the thirty five yard line of New England can still exist without one to love to the line for Hopkins wide right once it gets the shot guns now patriots rush five lots of a step up Watson throwing deep down the left side Kenny stills in the end zone this is a catch this is Kenny stills in second it's twenty two three Houston little we there is no doubt about it will leverage it is a great drop back in mass by this all what's in really nice well by Katie steals a recent Texas touchdown review catching the night for stills for sixty one yards they will not close down the review this Kenny stills at a drop in the back left corner of the end zone for six Amy Fairburn on for the extra point your consuming it in the replay booth I guess because they have not given them clearance to keep the extra point yeah Tony corrente is just given the Texans offense of line to hold down the same phone number but here we go okay now they've given the clearance to go and on for the extra point five forty one to go in the third inning Houston Texans making noise right now the extra point his mom and his forty one to go with a third and a tax exemption for the whole one two three over to England you're listening to something to demonstrate State Farm mobile apps new voice activated features we bring you pro QB and State Farm brand icon Aaron Rodgers thanks enthusiastic voice over take it away well you can tell us stuff like show me my bill here is your bill there you have it thanks Erin you want me.
"katie stole" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"I'm Robert Evans hosted behind the bastards. This is a different podcast. It's called worst year ever it's about the twenty twenty election and it's me and my friends cody. Johnston instant in Katie stole from some more news. That was introduction. I was really blown away by that. It's almost like you've been doing this for a while. Now now you know we're we're all gonna get blown away by Katie. What how next year is going to be blown away by it so I it's already bad had I was just thinking the other day. What a cool thing. It would be to create like a country that controls most of the world's power is the ability to destroy all life on earth in several different ways and then give ultimate control of that country up to a single random person every four years based on a system of of deciding that person that that is roughly as dignified as two dogs with erections fighting in apart. That's all sad Robert. Very I mean wasn't it wasn't going Ed Mississippi be this way they went back and forth about the presidential position and whether or not it should be like two people or three one one. That's the one we're GONNA GONNA go for when we're fighting against tyranny yeah that's mark even though it just twenty fathers. Can we start talking about it every two years. Initially we'll just never stopped talking yeah yeah okay so inauguration happens and then we're sort of in campaign mode yeah yeah. I mean the president. Can He his reelection campaign on the day he was sworn in cool and I. I love no matter what election stuff I've tuned into lately whether it's Beta O'Rourke learning that people like it when he curses Joe Biden's I filling with blood just everything that has yeah giving me about twenty also bear realized Oh yeah I'm I'm the swear candidate yeah and so now he's monitoring this wears. There's sewing shirts yeah..
"katie stole" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Hey, everybody, I'm Robert Evans, host behind the bastards and more importantly, host of two shows that are produced by Sophie Letterman, a lot of, you know, her from her laughing in the background of various podcasts when I when I say something dumb, occasionally assaulting with bagels will Sophie's producing a new podcast for iheartradio. And it also stars. Chelsea handler. Chelsea handler is, of course, a star of the stage and screen TV and net flicks. She's got a new memoir called life will be the death of me and she's got a podcast out produced by Sophie called life will be the death of me. It features interviews between the comedian and her inner circle of friends recorded live in some cases, from her sit down comedy tour guests on the comedic podcast will include prominent TV and film personalities as well as news anchors people like Connie Britton, Sarah Silverman, journalist Jake tapper, Frankie Shaw, and also, a special guest appearance by Chelsea's therapist, so checkout life will be the death of me with Chelsea handler. A brand new iheart radio original podcast produced by Sophie listens. Subscribe at apple podcast or on the iheartradio app or wherever your pods get casted. What's debating my almost certainly hopeless opponents of a fascist monster? I'm Robert Evans. This is normally behind the bastards the podcast where we talk about the worst people in all of history. But we're doing nothing like that today. Today is prep for the election podcasts that Cody Johnston, Katie stolen. I will be launching in twenty twenty though worst year, ever, we are doing an episode covering the democratic debates, which could not be further from the premise of my show, because none of the people involved in the debates, regardless of my issues with them individually qualify, as true bastards, but it's an hour or so of free contents like would he do whine at me already gave you two episodes, about bastards this week like this is just deal with wine. He can't hear you can hear you like complain more. But please, please do listen to the podcast. I love all of you. Yeah. Where we just thought we would get the ball rolling on our eventual show. Yeah. We're trying to figure out exactly what it's going to be, so that we, we aren't just throwing another nonsense political podcast into a crowded field of misery than makes everyone hate themselves. So the candidates mush like two candidates themselves. So this is a little bit of a refining process is kind of, like, if you're shooting missiles at the moon, you're gonna hit Mars a couple of times. She's hit the moon with a missile gonna get a few Beddoes up there, so missile might hit Jupiter. We might hit you rope up. We might hit the sun. We might hit Manhattan either way, the next missile we fire will be closer to the moon. I don't know why I'm comparing this to mess. I love it thou Jupiter or Manhattan. Yep. Okay. Classic one to those are the options. Yup. Hey, everybody. One way or the other. You heard either Katie or my intro. And now with the actual podcast is starting. Yeah. And I originally grabbed leading everyone in stole it from you, bows. Disgusting it is. I'm a monster. Absolutely not. This is this is going to be fun for everybody's listening who might be confused at listens to both were sitting here or recording two different intros for the episode, it'll cut together or beyond them. You know, we're here we're in it where with you now. All right, all about the debates guys who I want to know first off, who surprised you who. Were you discounting, and then you came into it, and you're like, wow, man. If anybody that person was interesting. I mean, I'm gonna be honest can Looper I know. Castro's name was not at all in my mind. I wasn't even really aware that he was running. Yeah. And he performed very well really for debate to I would say, the person who surprised me, who was not. I mean I knew she was running, but she was not on my radar. I think gillibrand, a lot better than I expected. She didn't earn my vote. But right. It better than I expected. It was completely blown away. That Marianne Williamson was even on the stage. I don't know how over my shoes got a few really good. That's actually true. Yeah. Like you don't you shouldn't really be here. But what you're saying is true. And you're not wrong. Yeah. You're like, what are you doing? And I, I would almost like it if in the future for debates, we had the candidates, and then, like one person who was popular in America, and who just came onto, like drive home in issue. Okay. Yeah, everybody. But like the ice caps are melting in the world's dying, like maybe they bring you raiders, definitely aren't going to do that. They're not Chuck Todd for sure. So. Yeah. Having someone be the actual voice. It's like but, like, here's what we're really talking about. The one thing we've learned is a species. Is that regardless of our ability to put human beings on other planets to create electric cars? We have not invented a human being who is capable of moderating political. It's never happened. We need robots. Yeah. Robots may be or, or vinegars ogg. Well. Fucking do that. Do that silently key could come to just like his presence would would do that. One thing that would help probably is fewer candidates, and more hours. But we can talk about that you have preferred five candidates a night for four nights. I would have been fine with that more than what is currently there. I would have preferred even then, like ten candidates for four hours or like even longer, like I have no problem a longer debate. Like that's why we're here. We have literally twenty four hour news channels, and people are like engaged in that kind of thing, and we want to know that, oh, whoever is going to be can, like stand on a stage for six hours and talk about the issues and we live in a world where people routinely will spend a dozen hours in a weekend been watching television just to, like, I feel like we can devote ten hours to debates about the future of our species. You'd think that seems reasonable it seems it's difficult because watching these. Yeah. You don't really get a clear sense of people, these are the most important. Yeah. So they say the most people in the world right now. Right. Yeah. And, and like we're not getting that many opportunities to get to know them outside of Twitter outside of the headlines that we see the random clips that are passed around, and you don't really have the time to hear anything like it's a quick sound bite thirty seconds. I think in general, it's kind of, like I don't think he's exaggerating this. I think it's kind of shameful what they have done. So, like, yeah. Got the idea like I that's fair. Yeah. I didn't want to oversell it. But I do. It's a shameful thing that the media's allowed to happen. It's it just it shows that they didn't learn anything from two thousand sixteen. But if they did they learned the wrong thing. It wasn't even just ten candidates over two hours. It was ten cannons over two hours with five moderators. Unlike a bunch of commercial breaks, the whole thing is that many commercial breaks, but yeah, there shouldn't have been any like. Moderator switches. It's not that long if it was a six hour debatable. Yes. Our people for one hour to people for the next hour is really everybody. Wanted to be involved are all because they're from different networks. I it must have been some. MSNBC isn't it? No, yeah. Either way it was. It was unnecessary, and like melon, like no one that position isn't like ooh. They got like the best question. Like I will say that I thought a special night once event got three did a good job of she could have done the whole thing. Yeah. Dashiki jackley. And I'd like I I'm one of the people that like Rachel motto not obsessive. She's fine, fine. I mean, I think that she's an entertaining made some mistakes are either Muller report. This community agree. Right. And I don't watch her show nearly as much as I used to. But I think that she is good at breaking down stuff, and she's a really good on her feet. Anyway. This isn't about radio about Al, and I like her fine. But I could have just stuck with savannah got following up really aggressively and keeping people on points like you don't answer. The question anyway, expect a single human being to function for four hours in a week points impossible. No one credit up hit up people up there. Oh, I do. I did want to mention this because this is what you asked the very beginning. I think Cory Booker also surprised me, and I didn't I wanted to give him credit where it's due because I've, I think he's corneas hell all the time Booker, I know. I avoid saying that. But yes..
"katie stole" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I want to talk to him about the NBA playoffs. We'll talk in this first segment about the games that happened today. And then we'll take a. Bigger picture into the NBA Zach are you doing today? Man, you an awesome having to be here. I mean adrenaline pumping after that last one and a lot of complaining from everybody today. It was a lot of it was a lot of complaining. I saw today sitting here with Zach noble. He is the host of the four seasons podcasts. I made the analogy of I don't know if you've seen a little giants or not. Wear in little giants. They talk a whole lot about you know, I can never beat my big, brother. I feel like Houston's big brother is the Golden State Warriors that Houston is almost as equal to Golden State offensively. I don't think they are as well as defensively as them puff. Whatever reason it is Golden State just always finds a way late to take advantage of the Houston Rockets. So with you all the way there until you brought up the defensive side of things the warriors haven't been great defense all year, they ranked like eighteen and twenty two you want to play some the rockets ended up having the top defensive ratings the second half of the year. There are pretty impressive. They're back at the peak defensive formed from last year. Everybody was saying they were going to lose the Reza and being gone. And I think that's going to be the difference in this one. You're right there offenses that's the questionable. I mean starting off one for fourteen from three today, a big, brother. You can't say perfect. I mean, that's it's going to be hard. I have that mentality going into this thing where it's I don't see it changing. A lot of people saying this is the year is just like the rafters. I mean getting better slightly better every year. Lebron's big brother same situation over here. So what happened at the end of this game? Because I got a chance to see it. It looks like hard and was just being James harden. He's trying to get found at the end of the game. He's flop and he's trying to get to the line. It sounds like the officials. We're kind of letting them tight on both ways. Man. I don't I don't even know where to start on the officiating the disparity and fell calls. I think there's like ten toll free throws start at halftime this. I've never heard of this being possible. MDA might be Tony came in. Halftime and said these referees apologize for four different instances where two of them were Klay undercut heart and really apparent looks. Like is pulling his is out there. Pretty disgusting. And then C P three with one. I can't think of the fourth. But yeah, I mean it was really lopsided. There's a lot of bad calls against the warriors as well. But I don't know. I can see how fans are getting sick of everybody complaining from the fans that coaches going back to the ending it ended on a technical phone. There was literally a three point game with fourteen seconds or so the rockets trap Katie stole it from fast break, and then they fumbled it for an easy layup, but then right afterwards. Chris Paul got hacked lost the ball. And that's with four seconds to go. He gets teed up. So it's three point game gets teed up for Chris. Casey jackson. That's other game. How do you think the tone is going to switch to game too? Because I think we see a lot of times. Maybe you do the complaints of the officiating in game one that kind of changes them a little bit. And then you get the favor of the whistling game too. How do you think the way that game one ended in the way that game one was played? How do you think that will? Lafayette game too. Yeah. I think that's part of the issue too. Is the rockets came out you're playing those same way they did all year, and they're not adjusting to this playoff refereeing. I mean, it's completely different. The same thing happened last year they come out and just play to get all these Foale calls. And I mean, they deserve a lot of them. But I mean, it's it hurts them because they're they're always trying to play for the fall. And they don't call me in the playoffs. It's as simple as that. But going into game too. I just hope they make some adjustments. I I didn't like a lot of might be in toy try to lie different things. He went out with Shumpert in a lot more than usual. Kenneth redid it touch one minute on the floor. And he's been great for him this entire year. I think it's probably because of his defensive awareness. I'm not really sure what the deal is. There is not on any injury report. And they got out rebounded by like fifteen was kind of free could've been huge. So I'm really interested in the lineups. I just I don't think Chris Paul has got until an back is in full show with the whole game. But the warriors on the other side stuff had five most of the second half. So it's the phones are going to be a huge deal in this entire playoffs. I just I hope they can just go out there and play their game and do the little complaining as possible going forward. But I'm telling you right now this game wasn't Houston. They played the exact same way rockets would have won by temple right now. We're talking to Zach noble. He is the host of four seasons NBA podcast, grab it wherever you get podcast from its must-listen to me, if you're an NBA fan moving onto the Eastern Conference game that there was today books and Celtics I kind of made the analogy that the Celtics are the kid that just gave you see plus. Effort the entire regular season. And then when it came playoff time time it probably played their best basketball the season. You can maybe say this was one of the Celtics best three to five games. So far this year. I thought they came out really focused. Really, I think defensively minded on. We can't let Janas have a good day into really good job shutting him down for majority of the afternoon. Yeah. They I mean, they picked the honest up early and often, and they let him shoot the three ball. And it wasn't falling for him, which I mean, it's inconsistent Jaanus is a guy that makes a lot of wide open threes if it's fallen oak keep taking them, but he couldn't get to the lane. You're right that analogy is perfect. I really comparable to the Cavs last year. Lebron James switch the last couple of years we've seen in Cleveland. Then just being a great playoff team. These guys have experienced Gordon Hayward. It's getting fully healthy L Horford. They saved a lot of energy. They kept him on a lot of the regular season. So he could coast and be ready a hundred percent of the playoffs. And she looked like his daddy today. No. He did. It was crazy. I think the Celtics had like fifteen blocks today don't know the exact number. But there was a time. I got rejected two or three times by L Horford down low and just a big part of it. They took the box right out of their game. Think get to the lane get as easy buckets. He always gets. And honestly, you can say what you want Johnston and get a lot of folks over I thought it was a lopsided the other way. But then you can say the Celtics don't drive the lands much. There are three point shooting teams. So there's a lot of hand. And I just think that Celtics did tremendous job and defensive side things and took Yaas outside of his game and wasn't able to distribute and. Be the playmaker usually either. So when that's not having didn't have much help the second. Arguably the second best player, Malcolm brogden being out who probably would have slowed down career at least had the best chance of containing him. I think that was a big part of their their game plan. Mike goon holder just didn't make adjustments throughout the game. I kind of feel like this is gonna says first time of having real NBA pressure on that people think you're gonna win MVP. This is the series. You're supposed to win you have home court advantage or going up a team has more playoff experience. I don't know necessarily if he handled it incredibly well today. What does Janas need to do in game two completely differently than you did today in game one? Yes. So you make a great point. I mean, he's never really been expected to win a series went around. And I am a firm believer. You can only judge players what they're realistic expectations are and Jonah's never really underachieve. I mean took the Celtics to seven games last year. Did employ terrible. They contain him the same way. But being the MVP being the number one seed just dominating all regular season playing great against a terrible pistons team in the first round expectations when even higher for them by it's I went into it. I had the Celtics winning in seven. And I personally think Jaanus it was just a natural development growth this year. In booed holes are utilizing the weapons around him. I think that's why they got so many wins. And they played hard. Every game. Got the most of all of his players. I don't think his games necessarily writing for the playoffs yet. I think the Celtics are the perfect team to contain them. They got so many guys that can guard him and help and know how to play great defense on them. It's going to be a tough series for them. And I just hope Mike Boone Holzer is ready to make those adjustments. And I hope he honest. I mean, let's Chris Middleton do his thing. More gives air blitz. More of a chance because what's so didn't touch the ball nearly as much. As he did in the last series, and he absolutely had tremendous series. I mean, he had a great series and candle. The vault quite often. Who do you have one in the series? Now that Boston has taken at Boston has now stolen home court in game. One who do you have winning that series? Yeah. I had Boston winning the east from the beginning of the season change that going into the playoffs. I had the rafters coming out of the east. But I before the playoffs. I had the Celtics winning the series. I still have them winning the series. I haven't winning seven games. It's kind of funny. The last five teams that have won game one being the road team by fifteen plus have ended up losing the series. And this could be the same situation. I'm not ruling the bucks'll brogden gets back and game three. But if Celtics win game too, you can call series over right now, we're talking to Zach noble. He is the host of the four.
"katie stole" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Day every day his role with the baby coming to work. No, real Bradman's. And and I did a book together. We did this amazing book write the championship blood. Right. Brad was for some reason on Amazon the other day just looking at it to see Kenny comments. There was a guy who within the last year the series is in fourteen. Yeah. Guy wrote I don't care for Brian Murphy at all comma, Poprad manages photos are fantastic. And Brad goes to did you see this? And I'm like, yeah, bro. So what does drive me nuts? And I said I got like that. That's the least of it. That's the Lisa. So anyway, you got so Katie basically what I'm telling Katie has come to me for advice. That's all I'm telling them right here. I'm kidding. Of course, I'm kidding. But there's another thread, paulie, a lot of people are reacting to the White Sox hat. They want to know the meaning the civil here we go again, we might have to bring in Darren channel. And this was shot up to Bob FitzGerald. It could be a tribute might be a tribute to fit that's entirely possible. I was like is he going into is he going gangster mode now 'cause ice cube board SOX hat in a boys in the hood. Here's the controversy Darren Chan Mamane, man, he's engineering the shows right here. And I go back twenty years with this, dude. We've broken stuff down like this behind closed doors for years. Let's do it on the air. Now DC I associate cube during the Jerry curl era with the SOX hat now. I found pictures online just enter on Google search ice cube White Sox, boom, you'll see a million pictures. But what DC tell everybody what you found you went into the screen shots of the movie. What did you see? Doboy ice cube in boys in the hood turns out he was wearing a Detroit Tigers hat Tigers. But whether in LA never would have guessed it. No. And I wouldn't have either. But I've seen there's a million pictures of cube with maybe it was a solo career when he was doing that. If I could see the Nova, Selena era that's a whole other discussion, but I'm gonna say those shots exists. But you're right in the movie he was going Tigers. By the way, we did have a listener from the four and five saying Durant saying is that a problem? What are you give me for Doboy quote? We got a problem while he lifts up certain shows up the gun right there. In other words, you guys want to keep it going here. Here. Here's a classic example of four straight texts. Nine hundred five you, okay? Demand up four one five. I totally enjoyed Katie. And his rent you press. Senate like grade school playground mean girls, people don't like the media load by two oh, nine Kevin Durant. The biggest baby in the league, you're a professional athlete. Grow a pair. So there you go, man. Everybody's got their takes on this. And by the way, the warriors won the game like resounding fashion. Yeah. And bottom line is he is. And it's nothing. We didn't already know the social media burner. Accounts told you everything you needed to know does this tell you anything about where he's going to go next year? Do you read anything into does this mean, he stays does this mean he leaves this mean, no z just sometimes needs to fire back at guy that he just needs to fire back. Every so often you're going to have a little flare up, and it is bottom line entertaining for everybody. Yes. And then, you know, the warriors as as a group, I mean, isn't one of the greatest teams in the history of the NBA and considering that and how much attention is on this team. All the time. I got to say dude, by and large there really haven't been many many incidents at all on the court off the court media. It's been pretty smooth. So when something happens, I think, it's always exaggerated. It's a big deal. And he's one of the greatest players of all time, by the way. So and six five zero wants to know what happened to the Bryce Harper love fest. Katie stole are, bro. We we left yesterday's show. Doing the hair flip how's going to grow my hair out and start flipping? I was having people take my hat off while I stood there. And now, we're here just parsing. The Katie pretty good sound though. Grow up grow up. Grow up, hashtag, grow up, the twenty one thousand nine hundred warriors hashtag, and I like when he puts the mine down when he finally gets pissed you hear this whole thing..
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"On March twenty sixth two thousand eighteen the entire heart family, six children to adults were found dead in a GMC Yukon belly up on the rocks of California's highway one it appears to have been a murder suicide. But there were a lot of unanswered questions with this crime a lot of strange mysteries. If you wanna find out what really happened, if you wanna know the truth behind this horrible, horrible occurrence, check out the new podcast from glamour and how stuff works broken hearts. That's H A R T S it investigates. The question of why this happened and how this happened with more than thirty never before heard interviews and access to hundreds of private Facebook posts authored by Jin heart. So check this podcast out. Download broken hearts today. It's Conde nast. I ever narrative podcast. You can find it wherever fine pods are casted. Everybody. I'm Robert Evans that was another classic terrible introduction to behind the bastards the show where we tell you everything you don't know about the very worst people all it history. And my guest today are Katie Johnston. We've been talking for two hours. So Cody Johnson Katie stole. I am frazzled been reading paper to an entire. We're tired real. Yeah. This is the right. Yeah. You're still sick. I still feel fine. You guys are the patrons of the some more news network patriotic on and today, we're going to be talking about a subject that we should be exhausted and a little bit frazzle to talk about. You guys remember that go fund me to try to build that wall? I share day about twenty million dollars. If you paid attention to sort of like the way that was presented on social media. It was dumb rubes payden raise twenty million dollars to build the wall. And then go funding refunded at all. That's not. What happened? Oh is terrible and frustrating. I'm excited for this. We're going to get into that. But first we're going to get into the guy behind that campaign. Brian co fog on Tuesday, October eleventh two thousand eighteen Facebook deleted eight hundred ten pages from their site for quote in authentic behavior, some sites like Newsweek, we're quick to comment about the bias of this purge quote, Newsweek's, title is Facebook biased against conservatives. Right wing news. Other fake news sites. Taken down American thinker. Another conservative site echoed this angle Facebook's midterm purge of conservative pages. Well underway now. Well, most of the outrage came from the right, both left-wing and right-wing. Sites were deleted, wholesale and intrude Facebook fashion. The perjure seem to have been a mix of legitimately toxic bullshit being axed. And also it activists pages being deleted because they ran afoul of an algorithm. Because again, it's Facebook, they don't think about anything. They do they even if they're trying to good thing. They're going to do it in the dumbest way absolute worst possible. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We promise we will do the right thing. The wrong way of venture is the fist and algorithm. Do cannabis sheen do thoughts. Yeah. Here's the guardian. Quote. In a statement posted to its online newsroom. Facebook says it purged these pages because their owners reason fake accounts sharing the same content between multiple pages in leaking to ad-supported websites at calls at farms, but what the social network called spam? The owners of these pages call standard procedures for operating on Facebook. Nearly all the page owners contacted by the guardian say they use backup or fake accounts along with their real ones that dude in part to protect themselves from being targeted by political opponents and having their real accounts end up in Facebook jail says Edward Lynn, the editor in chief of river press a left leaning new side whose Facebook page disappeared yesterday. Now, the guardian talked to left wing and right wing content makers who believed they had been unfairly targeted. One of those people was Brian co five Branko fush and other disabled veteran who administered the right wing news page as well as three other conservative pages that were removed says. His organization worked closely with Facebook. He should copies of emails with Facebook executive in which he tried to set up a meeting to talk about how his pages could adhere to the networks volving policies regarding political content. The meeting was abruptly cancelled a week later. His pages were gone. I've talked with Facebook maybe fifty times in the last months. He says not once did they ever say, we broke any rules or did something wrong. If they had an issue that could have brought it up we had a really close working relationship. That's why this whole thing is a complete shock now. Brian gophers will again be our subject today if you don't recognize his name immediately. He's he's the guy behind build the wall. Go fund me now in two thousand eighteen the website media matters launched a study evaluating four hundred sixty three prominent political Facebook pages from January to July of that year. They found that images posted on right wing pages did better than any other kinds of political content. A follow up study on twenty six right wing Memed generating pages found that Facebook's algorithm changes tended to boost their traffic rather than reduce it on August, thirty first two thousand eighteen media, Matt. Has published. Another study with the goal of tracking major narratives pushed by these mean pages than identifying the pages most responsible for spreading the sort of misinformation. The study heavily implicated in network of sites focused around Brian co phases right wing news, quote, one Facebook network used pro-trump groups run by fake news sites to push content through right wing circles five pages tied to the far right website, right wing news. Each posted the exact same engagement bait. Mean calling for the cancellation of the TV show the view in light of Roseanne's cancellation within about an hour of each other most popular post in this batch had over seven hundred thousand interactions between the five page posts the earned almost one point three million interactions three pages in the same network shared the most popular post from the Trump Republic later that night and entered an additional forty one thousand seven hundred interactions, right wing news. Also, push this through its Facebook group in a now deleted post the personal account of Amanda shea who runs to of right wing news pages shared the most popular post from right wing news as batch of memes into the group President Donald Trump official all caps LLC. With the static. Text calling for a boycott of ABC the post got over eight thousand four hundred interactions before it was deleted the group. President Donald Trump official LLC was originally started by right wing news as official Facebook page. Six of the groups twelve administrators pages that are part of the right wing, news networks managed as personal account along with the personal of administrators and moderators the group regularly pushes post from right wing news network of pages to the President Donald Trump official LLC groups one hundred eighty three thousand plus members. So we're building some there were several large networks of right wing Meam fake news generating pages right wing news, run by co fi was the center of one of these networks, the all reinforced each other creating a never ending font viral content. So the one Roseanne related me that right wing news posted earned nearly one point six million interactions solely from circulating through these networks. Like, you could get something enormous amount of content and the main goal seemed to have been driving at revenue because they would have ads on these pages claiming a shitload. Of money now when Facebook purged all these pages it seemingly wiped out Brian Cole Fausia digital empire. He responded in the way of all aggrieved parties in the twenty first century using go fund me to raise money for a court case, did I'm not a conservative. I'm not a liberal an American with deep beliefs, and what our country stands for I proved this by value to protect and fighting for America's greatest tenant, free speech. Many Americans have fought for these political freedoms freedom of speech in every American has enjoyed those freedoms until today on October eleventh two thousand eighteen Facebook shutdown thousands of Facebook accounts for their political opinions saying an effect that they don't have a legitimate political argument, stopped social media censorship. Now. Until today until today. Everybody's always really start. Now over the last two months. This campaign has gained almost seventy four thousand dollars of it's one hundred thousand dollar goal in the campaign, Brian talks, his military credentials, and his story is pretty incredible from Brian. I'm a veteran of the United States Air Force. I was severely wounded in combat combat is capitalized on nine eleven two thousand four now with a K nine eleven two thousand four while serving in Iraq. I lost both my legs entirely and my right hand. I'm the most severely wounded U S, airmen to survive you'll
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"Shin. Loss. We'll people patriotic in their work always on always watchful misspelled and alert. They all make good citizens, the frontal vocals, they fight for right with all their might that called the Ku Klux. Verse keep going man who. The country. In. Thick bees in KOMO. You can't win. Oh. Gone to them. What you do the cool cooks Clun own ways. She shoe ching. You. There's a second. I that. I will not do. Ow. Wow. That was a virtuoso performance. Let's that's how it goes. So where did they sing this again? What was good? Records. They add record skate. They had a publishing press in a record press. You're having a dinner party. Like, let's put on the new clan records. There's a clansman watching you. Yeah. Oregon and Oklahoma were particular centers of clan vigilence committee violence, the second coming of the KKK summarizes, quote, three Oregon cases known as the Oregon outrageous captured widespread Presbyterian when night writers terrified their victims with such lynching threats. J F hail a piano salesman white was accused of illicit sexual affairs. And the would Lynch's demanded that he break off the improper relationships and may have also been targeted because he owed money that a clansman was having trouble collecting Sam Johnson described as part Mexican was accused of stealing chickens and being an idler Arthur Burr, an African American boot black accused of bootlegging receive the worst treatment vigilantes abducted him and took him to the very crest of the siskiyou mountains with a strung him up and let him down three times releasing him. They fired revolvers near his feet demanding that he leave the air permanently. Yelling. Can you? Run inward though. Charges were brought against three groups of clansman in each case. Juries acquitted the culprits on the grounds that because the victims were morally bad bitch, anti punishment benefited the community by contrast, Oklahoma, Indiana. Kansas and southern Illinois locations that were as much southern as northern experienced a great deal of actual clan. Violence, whippings tar, and feathering and lynchings and all four places some degree of racial. Segregation was in place in Klan violence hope to keep it in place an Oklahoma clan. Provoked violence became so widespread with reported one flogging for every night of the year that the governor placed parts of the state under martial law clan. Efforts got him impeached in nineteen Twenty-three Oklahoma law officers sometimes handed suspects over to clan. Whipping parties or even participated in the beatings in Kansas clansman, abducted, anti clan, mayor tied him to a tree and laid thirty stripes on his bare back in bloody Williamson as one southern Illinois county became known, the local clan and the anti saloon league merged into the Williamson county law enforcement league which soon became run by the clan attacks on the operators of the wide open bars produced lethal battles in nineteen twenty four and twenty five involving gunmen in the deployment of military forces in ended by forcing the anti Klan sheriff out of office, these armed skirmishes killed twenty people. So do not want to be ignored. The vice still happening. This wasn't the overarching lake. It wasn't the purpose of the clan was more about money. But also the violence was occurring within the society was fine with this. Yes is not a counter cultural act, again, they were acquitted generally when they were brought to trial because most people were fine with what most white people were fine with what they were doing like vigilante Cup figure. Exactly taking care of business because the government's not going to do it. So horribly violent but not horribly violent against the wishes of the majority of their white Protestant injury now. And in fact, we've kind of seen as heroes by a lot of people, right? Which was true only in the south for the original KKK gray north was not a gal racist Batman to give racist. Batman, exactly. An America's always loved the vigilante bad ass. That's the punisher but racist, right? Yeah. In one thousand nine hundred five the K K K even carried out an attack on the home of the young Malcolm X when he and his parents lived in north Omaha. Here's a quote from Malcolm's autobiography it actually is. How is a by starts when my mother was pregnant with me. She told me later a. The of hooded Ku Klux Klan writers galloped up to our home in Omaha. Nebraska one night surrounding the house brandishing their, shotguns and rifles. They shouted for my father to come out. My mother went to the front door and opened it standing where they could see her pregnant condition. She told him that she was alone with three small children, and that my father was away preaching in Milwaukee. The clansman shouted threats and warnings at her that we had better get out of town because the good Christian white people were not going to stand for. My father's spread in trouble. Among the good negroes of Omaha with the back to Africa preachings of Marcus Garvey, my father. The Reverend Earl little was a Baptist minister, a dedicated organizer for Marcus Aurelius, garvey's you in a United negro improvement association with the help of such disciples as my father Garvey from his headquarters in New York City's Harlem was raising the banner of black race purity in exhorting, the negro masses to return to their ancestry African homeland a cause which had made Garvey the most controversial black man on earth still shouting threats. The clansman finally spurred their horses and galloped around the house shattering every window pay with their gun butts than they wrote off into the night there. Torches flaring as suddenly as they had come terrifying. Yeah. It's horrifying now. Like, all good and bad pyramid. Schemes the clan. Pad to come to an end was finally brought down not by the US government because probably Muslim this government was fine with it. But by the incompetence, greed and corruption of its leaders. It's always it's always that with these kinds of far-right gangs. Philip FOX editor of the imperial Nighthawk made major clan newspaper was sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering another klansman he considered a rival Hiram Evans called it. A personal affair governor at Jacksonville. Indiana clansman was indicted for bribery. Officers of the clan Bank were also indicted for embezzlement and grand larceny, the recounting. The scandals in arrests a fight with the FBI that led to nineteen people being charged members cut, drinking and bootlegging and paying for back alley abortions. They picked a fight with J. Edgar Hoover, not a smart guy to pick a five in the nineteen twenty four really bad guy too. In that period of time. They did not win that the final nail in the KKK coffin was the conviction of Indiana. Grand? Dragon Stevenson wing talked about earlier for kidnapping raping and murdering his secretary now that only the classiest high class, I mean, I was waiting to be like white collar like tax thing. I know. Yeah. Paying for the tort terrible thing. He did. Well, and here's here's it's actually even worse than it sounds because he did not technically murdered her. He raped her in assaulted her and then she killed herself. But the jury convicted him of murder because they believed he'd ruined her. Which is also why she killed herself like even worse than right? Just because it's the twenty s and it was a garbage time to exist. Yeah. It's messed up. But Stevenson went to fuck in prison. I think so. Yeah, he was commanding second degree murder. Yeah. My nineteen twenty seven the KKK had gone him. It's high of like four million members to less than three hundred and fifty thousand active members nationwide. It never quite went extinct entirely men continue wearing Klan robes and being racist up until the modern day, but the giant money making and political enterprise that it once was fell apart. Are they're still dues. Maybe an individual chapters, but there's no no not structure, a Syria was, yeah, there's some people that try to be that. But like it's pretty shadows of the legacy of the KKK outside of its existence as an MLM and the vigilante violence. It inspired is unclear during tight the KKK was extremely politically active, but there is substantial debate as to whether or not at actually influenced politics on a mask sale. A number of clan back candidates were elected and the clan was a massive fundraiser. But that Harvard studies analysis claim that the actual political treatments of the group were fairly minimal just because those people were already gonna get elected. They want elected because they were Klansmen. Everybody was fucking racist. Right right there. Just happened to be in the clan. However in the conclusion of the second coming of the KKK, Linda, Gordon makes this note some scholars and contemporary observers have seen the nineteen twenties northern clan as a failure. Because it was short lived in because it's campaigns against Catholics and Jews did not manage to confine them to second-class citizenship. But transients is common to most social movements. Moreover, the clan declined in part because it had triumphed in several respects state eugenics laws, providing for forcible sterilization of those of defective stock spread to thirty states and those labeled effective we're typically the poor people of color. The biggest clan victory was immigration restriction and imperial wizard. Evans repeatedly claimed credit for its passage. I mean, it is pretty disappointing that their eventual downfall or decline was not because people started to know better or like people stood up like this whole story. I'm sitting here thinking like, yeah. But when does it like, oh this person like there's this big altercation in people started public opinion started to change? Nope. It was fine with the racism and the vigilante murder. Yeah. It was the abortion thing that really. Back alley abortions really turned America against him hooray. We. I know the wall stuff the immigration stuff is always. So fascinating. Like, what do you think these things align with like, maybe it's even like you recognize that other people who aren't white have invented things you like like some Brera. Guys without Mexicans. How are you going to go to the cool cocoa somebody go to the coast GAM on you're going to have a bad time can have a bad time of the Cocos Cam. You wouldn't have got anywhere. They're playing the benign Britain baseball jeeze. That is fascinating. That was a twist that was the and now I know at Milan means marketing. Yeah, it's a really important in the politics of today. Yeah. I just hadn't heard that abbreviation money lives matter. There is a direct line between the strategy behind the KKK and strategy behind Amway which is the source of the fortune of Betsy DeVos. But we can't we don't have time to talk about her. They don't have time to talk about her that sake was sake ways us into the next episode. We will be doing another thing very soon clubs plug plugs. Plug focus. Check us out on the internet Twitter. News Twitter dot com slash some more news. Getting there. Okay. It seemed like you were slick passing it on. No, no, no. You do it on the internet. That's pretty. Our YouTube show also. Our podcast, even more news. Yup. That on the Twitter and personal Twitter Katie stole mines. With the c we'll get good at this one day, give them money. Some more news patriot dollars that go to them during their go to their he could find me on the internet at I right? Okay. Twitter. I have a book called a brief history of ice. It's not about the plan out me putting a friend in the hospital with dangerous drugs. It's fun. It's a good time. Everybody everybody enjoyed it Twitter and Instagram you can find this show at bastards pod website behind the bastards dot com. Doritos love you percent. Eight percent. Hi, I'm Robert host to behind the bastards. And if you're a fan of my podcast than like, me, you probably suck it money. If so you should check out the new podcast how to money toasted by best friends, Matt and Joel two neighbors who know a lot about money and money hacks and are gonna sit down and explain to you how to be better with your personal finances on their Superfund podcast how to money so check out how to money listen to it on the stuff network wherever fine podcasts are hosted.