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A highlight from Joseph Arthur
"Welcome to the Eric Mataxas show. They say it's a thin line between love and hate, but we're working every day to thicken that line, or at least make it a double or triple line. Now here's your line -jumping host, Eric Mataxas. Hey there folks, welcome to the show. It's the Eric Mataxas show. I play the role of Eric Mataxas traditionally, and I have guests on, and I love it when I can get guests in the studio. For example, today I have the singer -songwriter, Joseph Arthur. He's right here, Joseph Arthur, my new friend. Welcome. Thanks for having me, Eric. Listen, you and I, we're friends. It didn't take long. We have a lot in common and a lot of stuff to talk about. In fact, I want, in the next segment, because I want to tease this, I want to talk about how I became aware of you, because it's a crazy story, ladies and gentlemen, and I want you to hear this, but you grew up in Ohio. You've been a musician your whole life. You've played with many, many of the greats. You've done a ton of your own material, so I always want to know people's origin stories. Here's the first question. How did you become a Christian? When did that happen for you? I feel like it's an everyday process, in a way. Agreed. Agreed. It's like even to say I'm becoming a Christian. Every day I feel like my day is increasingly centered around seeking the Father, the first thing. That's relatively new, I would say, in terms of just really framing my day that way. Even a couple of years? Oh, yeah. Even in the last couple of months, the practice of seeking the Father has increased a lot and holding captive every thought and your instinct or our instinct in this society is reach for our phone or engage the mind. Engage the part of us that's sort of in this realm, the ego or whatever, the sort of noise of the world. So it's similar to meditation, I guess, and meditation some Christians might think is a dirty word, but I think of that as like a sort of listening for God's revelation. Well, it depends how you meditate. We're not talking about transcendental meditation. We're not talking about the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Gesundheit. Okay, let me ask you a simpler question. When you shared this with me yesterday because we had the privilege of dinner together, but you shared that when you were 10 years old, I mean, when I hear stories like this, it blows my mind that your family was and remains not at all interested in God, but somehow as a kid. I mean, yeah, I spoke to God a lot. I would pray to God. And where did you even hear that he existed? I don't know. I mean, well, and I'm wearing these John Lennon sunglasses, but like John Lennon has this line, God is a concept by which we measure our pain. And I don't really know what that means. It's probably neither did John. And for the love of Pete, don't ask Yoko. She has no idea. But our suffering does bring us to God. And so I would say in childhood, I probably needed that kind of comfort. There's this guy, Pastor Charles Stanley, I think I was talking to you about. He's a hero. And I listened to a lot of his sermons and he was talking about how our suffering is what provokes intimacy with God. And so I love that concept, the fact that like when you think maybe God isn't answering your prayers or God is hanging you out to dry. He's inviting you into new levels of intimacy within him. So I think when I was 10, even though I wouldn't have been able to sort of frame it that way, obviously, I think that's essentially what I was doing. And it really hasn't changed. I mean, I'm still doing that. But when you said to me yesterday that you started going to church as a 10 year old by yourself, not your family taking you. No, I went how the heck did that happen? I asked my grandma to take me. You asked her. Yeah. She didn't say come with me. They were not church people. They're not Jesus people.
Fresh "Lennon" from News, Traffic and Weather
"Store your gun securely locked unloaded and away from ammunition help stop suicide learn more at InFamilyFire .org brought to you by Brady and the Ed Council news radio 1000 FM 97 .7 stay From the Northwest 24 -hour News Center I'm Jeff Pogue look here's what we're following a final farewell service honoring former First Lady Rosalind Carter Tuesday the church at Emory University in Atlanta presidents Biden Clinton and Carter and First Lady's Jill Biden Melania Trump Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton were all there ABC's Chuck Severson with more Garth Brooks Trisha Yearwood singing John Lennon's Imagine during the service at Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church paying tribute to his grandmother's determination to bring change on issues like mental health and childhood immunizations Jason Carter she could see far and she kept going was not afraid of these long journeys reading a 75 year old love letter from her father to her mother Amy Lynn Carter when I see you I fall in love with you all over again citing their partnership and love story Chuck Severson ABC News seven Iowa families in the ACLU are filing suit against the state of Iowa challenging part of a new law that forbids GBTQ content and materials in schools this is not the 1950s students should able be able to learn about diverse topics and life experiences Becky Taylor heads the group Iowa Safe Iowa law SF 4 9 6 was passed and signed into law last spring no response from the state or governor's office on the lawsuit just yet nurses at Seattle Children's Hospital say the working conditions in the psychiatric ward are unsafe I've seen staff getting like punch repeatedly in the getting head put in chokehold I've seen patients grab pieces of furniture and throw them at staff and threaten to continue to hurt staff if they don't get something that they want Tasha Vitoroff says with so many other facilities closing Seattle Children's has become a residential facility for the mentally ill she and other nurses want better staffing and better pay in a statement the hospital says they're doing what they can to help but the mental health crisis is not something they can solve on their own and more help from the state is needed school board in Marysville said to detail what it describes as the district's financial situation come before his Hollywood Nino explains the district blames two failed levy measures last year that left Marysville without 25 million dollars to operate schools and programs that budget shortfall has already meant the loss of 132 staff members voters did approve a levy this past spring but that money has not filtered in yet some of the ideas floated to deal with those financial woes closing schools and school based programs eliminating all sports and closing the Marysville Pilchuck pool something interesting happening in the San Francisco Bay Area the salmon run there are huge this year the fish themselves are physically large creeks and streams around the Bay Area are seeing incredible amounts of Chinook salmon some creeks right along homes and major roads and are the salmon big like 45 inches long Steve Holmes with the South Bay Clean Creeks Association says it's believed efforts to clean up creeks and streams have more Chinook salmon coming back to spawn giving these fish chance a to start increasing in size and population but why they're so massive this year they don't know they because think maybe of fishing seasons were closed in past years allowing the fish to balloon in size or environmental changes might be impacting the food the reading Alex stone ABC News touting its ability to move cargo passengers and data Boeing celebrating a new order from the US Air Force for more KC -46 tankers the deal valued at 2 .3 billion dollars will see an additional 15 of the aerial refuelers built in Everett US Force Air has accepted 76 of the tankers with a total of 153 on contract around the world news radio traffic from the high -performance homes traffic center crash in Seattle on door gateway at 19th Avenue Northeast has emergency crews on the scene partially blocking the intersection still getting reports of 5000 customers in Auburn without power that's affecting traffic signals have you come across to dark traffic signal you want to treat it as an all -way stop and watch for crash in Lakewood eastbound 512 approaching I -5 block in the left lane our ex next -northwest traffic at 844 news radio 1000 FM 97 .7 forecast from the Northwest crawl space services this is weather center it's chilly again we're gonna see areas of freezing fog and black ice
A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat -10/24/23
"Jeep Adventure Days is going on now. Hurry in for great deals on a great selection of Jeep brand vehicles. And right now during Jeep Adventure Days, get 15 % below MSRP for an average of 10 ,440 under MSRP on the purchase of a 2023 Jeep Wrangler 4xe. Not compatible with lease offers or with any other consumer incentive offers. 10 ,440 average based on 15 % below average MSRP from all 2023 Wrangler 4xe models in dealer stock. Residency restrictions apply. Take retail delivery from dealer stock by 1031. Jeep is a registered trademark. Hello, baby. Yeah, this is the Big Bopper speaking. Oh, you sweet swine. J .P. Richardson, Mike, the Big Bopper. Chantilly Lace was, I was born, but you are not in 1958. Oh, baby, you know what I like. I know what I like. The Big Bopper, of course, killed in the plane crash that took Buddy Holly, Richie Valens. Big Bopper would have been 93 today. And that was the actual day the music died, right? That is the reference that Don McLean makes in American Pie. A lot of people think he's referencing the killing of John Lennon, but he was really talking about the plane crash. It was written a decade before John Lennon got killed. It's stupid. Somebody said that a year ago, said that was a reference to the sassafation of John Lennon. Maybe it was the death of Stevie Ray Vaughan, maybe. I don't know, guys. Maybe Jimmy Buffett is involved somehow. Jeez. Well, listen, great job with Jake Elsie yesterday. I listened to it. In fact, I played it on my show after you conducted the interview. I'm gonna quote my dear friend, Mark Davis. Dude, dude. I mean, that's Jake Elsie's response. You gotta be kidding me. I wanna see if I can get this right. And I don't know the guy, you know him, you like him, you're friends, and I'm, you know, the friend of my friend is ostensibly my friend, but man, he has blown this big time. Let me see if I can get this straight. If five or six of his colleagues, only five or six had voted against Jim Jordan, he'd have been all in for Jim Jordan. But 19, I guess, is a bridge too far. Provides you cover. It means that your no vote is a statement you seek to make, but would not preclude his ascendance. But five or six isn't much of a statement. And incidentally, that was intriguing considering how he told you he didn't talk to anybody about how they were voting. So I don't even know how he knew that there would be either five or six versus 19, but let's move on. Then he said that he got 300 phone calls in his office.
Fresh update on "lennon" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"I want to give you a reason to be optimistic about the country we're living in and the times we're sort of sorting out together. There's a lot of reasons to be optimistic and let me tell you why. I've never seen the kind of consequences that the left is receiving the way we're seeing them now. Disney put out a big statement this week where they essentially acknowledged that their woke policies have really hurt the company badly. It was a very interesting acknowledgement. It had to do with the shareholders and the board of directors and everything else. It's a huge company and, of course, Disney has for many, many years been one of the entertainment giants in America, in the world, and they decided to embrace woke policies and a left-leaning ideology that is turning off families and chasing people away. Whether it's movies that are trying to be super, super woke, you can't have little people play The Seven Dwarves. That's too offensive. We got to have people of color as Snow White or Cinderella or whatever it is. I mean, people are fed up. And they sort of acknowledged it in this big shareholder statement that was released this week. Here was Harold Ford Jr., one of the stars of The Five on Fox News Channel, acknowledging what Disney has finally seemed to recognize, that this has been bad for business. Did Disney just learn a lesson about the phrase go woke and go broke? The House of Mouse putting out a financial statement, which seems to acknowledge that it's controversial political and social agendas costing the company and shareholders. The document says, we face risk relating to misalignment with public and consumer tastes and preferences for entertainment, travel, and consumer products. But Disney isn't the only company that's facing a woke reckoning. And so they're not alone. I mean, this is happening across the board. More and more, and let's face it, more and more Americans are recognizing how ridiculous the left is. Deadspin is sort of a pseudo, it's like a combination politics and sports, but it's one of those online news sites. And they actually wrote an article about a little boy who went to a Kansas City Chiefs football game wearing an Indian headdress and face paint. Now put it on face paint and the, you know, the wearing a uniform or a team mascot regalia is a rich storied tradition in America. Now you got it. You got to hear this. So there's a little boy. Wearing an Indian headdress and he's got his face painted red and black. Those are the colors of the Kansas City Chiefs. The Kansas City Chiefs are red, gold, and black. Anybody who's ever, you know, if you, if you're an NFL fan, you've seen the colors a million times. So this little boy has face paint, half black, half red with an Indian headdress. Some guy, and I'm not making this up, his name is Karen, C-A-R-R-O-N, but I mean, he is, his bio says he's this big, widely respected journalist. The journalist wrote a column that the NFL needs to speak out against this fan, this little boy, for wearing blackface. I'm not kidding you. This is a black writer at Deadspin named Karen J. Phillips who wrote an actual column at an actual site for which he gets paid. The site's called Deadspin headline. The NFL needs to speak out against the Kansas City Chiefs fan in blackface and native headdress. Then the guy turned off all of his replies on X because they're just, you talk about the ratio, man, they are just trashing this guy on social media. But this is, this is an honest, this is an, this is how they are. This is what they sit around and do. They're going to smear a little boy. And if you're watching us on Salem News Channel right now, Adam's got a picture of this kid and, and, and here's what happened. The kid had his head turned and they only, the picture that they showed on TV only showed the right side of his face, which was black, not the left side of his face, which was red. And this guy writes this piece about, oh, it's disgraceful. Look at what the NFL is allowing. They're allowing people to go into blackface at a Kansas City Chiefs football game. Look at this. Look at this fan. And it's a little boy. I'm not kidding you. Anybody could, with a brain cell, could look at this picture and see this is a kid wearing a big colorful Indian headdress and face paint. This is today's left. They sit around in perpetual grievance. They're miserable people. They really are. This is an awful, awful thing to do, to slander a kid, a little boy. I mean, honest to gosh, I really, I'm not litigious. I hope the parents shoo the pants off this site. The kid's a racist wearing blackface? No, he's a Kansas City Chiefs football fan wearing red and blackface paint. And you're accusing him of going all Al Jolson? You think he's in blackface singing mammy? You got to be kidding me. These people are imbeciles. And they're not serious. And it's, and what I feel confident about, and you correct me if you are calling out the ridiculousness of the woke left in a way that we've never seen before. I mean, it isn't working. They keep trying and they're failing. They keep trying to shove their far left agenda down our throats. And Americans are at a point right now where we say enough is enough. Enough is enough. We're not going to put up with it anymore. There's no way this guy should keep his job at this site. If the management of Deadspin stands behind a fool who tries to shame a little boy for going to a football game with face paint on and accusing him of being in blackface like some racist. You can't defend that. You can't support that. And incidentally, the writer, because I was, I was having fun last night, looking at social media on X. I mean, it's all over X, formerly Twitter. They trashed this guy and he doubled down. He doubled down. He took a cheap shot and he said to the idiots who think that somehow it's okay that one side of his face was red and the other side is black. You don't realize that's even worse. Y'all are the fools who hate Mexicans, but you celebrate Cinco de Mayo and then he turned off all of his comments. This coward didn't want to see the way he was being eviscerated by people on the internet. I mean, what a coward and, and, and, and to shame a little boy. Now, I wonder what Karen wrote about BLM or Antifa and their black masks. I mean, and, and of course, Black Lives Matter, all of the scandals and the corruption of the Black Lives Matter organization. I wonder, I wonder how many columns Karen wrote about BLM. Probably not many. We're at a point right now and, and maybe I'm, maybe I'm wrong, but it feels to me like we're at a tipping point where we're laughing at these clowns on the left and some of these companies like Disney and Bed Bath and Beyond and others, they're paying a heavy price. They're paying a very, very heavy price. I know some people who are at Disney World this weekend and they've always, they always go at Thanksgiving. Not, not, not really crowded at all. The theme parks are down. People aren't going to the movies. Hey, Harold Ford is right. Go woke, go broke. Our number is 800-655-MIKE. Do you think that we're at that tipping point? Is the tide turning or are we going to have to be subjected to more of the same? Let me know what you think here in the Relief Factor Studios on a Giving Tuesday, final Tuesday of November. We're in the Christmas season. Hope you're feeling the spirit. 800-655-MIKE is our number. Can you believe this? Blackface? Oh my gosh. 800-655-6453. Press 1 to come on air with us. Press 2 if you'd like to leave a voicemail. You can always text us your comments on the MyPillow text line, which is also 800-655-MIKE. However, you get here, get here. Hey, baby. Excuse me. Pardon me. It looks like Channel, but it's Bruce Chanel, like number five. I don't know what they've explained. I don't know. But Bruce Chanel, native Texan, born in Jacksonville, Texas, 83 years ago today, still alive. And this was a huge hit in 1962. And among its fans, John Lennon, Bruce Chanel opened for the Beatles on a couple of gigs. So that's kind of cool. Now, as a 1962 hit, you might think that folks who are like 75, 80, remember this in their soundtrack of life. Trust me right now, Mike, everybody listening to you and me, every woman of roughly 50, maybe 45 to 60. Every woman totally knows about that because it is the soundtrack of the most important movie of their lives. A little thing called Dirty Dance. Okay, if you say so. I trust you. You may take it as gospel. You're the, you're the arbiter of all things pop culture. That is, that is, I can't find my car keys, but I know stuff like this. I can't remember my wife's favorite movie of all time. I have been pulling my hair out. All I got to do is do a Google search, but you'll tell me quickly. Let's do this. What's the movie with that was all of them gathered at a house? Big Chill. The Big Chill. Gosh, I could not read. She watched that movie a thousand times. There you go. And I just love, she's, I loved her watching that movie. In fact, years later, we saw Glenn Close in Sunset Boulevard and Denise was so excited. We were like stage door, stage door, Johnny's. We waited at the stage door and Glenn Close came out. She played Norma Desmond. Great backstory to that. By the way, the diva, Patti LuPone, who I despise, I hate her. She is such a miserable far-left Republican hating, you know, twit, but she's very talented. She's the big Broadway diva. She, of course, was tapped to play Norma Desmond. They were going to, they were running it in London before they were going to transfer it to Broadway. Andrew Lloyd Webber became enamored with Glenn Close and decided she's the one and they, they got the word to Patti LuPone in her dressing room in London. You're out. Glenn Close is in. She trashed her dressing room famously. She broke every, every piece of lamp and every, every piece of furniture in the dressing room, throwing a temper tantrum because she lost the big role to Glenn Close. Anyway, years later. So there was Denise and me at the stage door and Denise got to say, I just love the Big Chill. You're magnificent. And she was very gracious and nice and amazing. So cool. Big Chill, 40-year-old movie this year is from 1983. Wow. For those that don't know, a bunch of college friends re-gather some years down at one of their homes in South Carolina. Yeah. And, and they reminisce about stuff and their various life paths have brought them to some places and it's amazing work by William Hurt, Jeff Goldblum, Tom Berenger, and they've all done very different things. They're all huge alumni. Watch out for Hugh Hewitt of the University of Michigan. Ooh, ouch, ouch, ouch, ouch. And the one thing that I, so we, you ever do the revisit? And incidentally, incidentally, real quick, fun fact, little trivia fact. You know, it starts there at a funeral, right? Of one of their college buddies. Right. You know who the body was? You know who the dead body was? Kevin Costner. Ah, good for you. You're on your game today. Whose face you never see. You never see him. Which I always wondered, so why did they at some point think about showing him and then decided against it? Because why do you need Kevin Costner? You know, if you're not going to show his face, just make it a, make, make it a mannequin for granted. Well, he had to be frustrated. I mean, here he is a big superstar and he goes, well, that was a body from the neck down. You know, you never got to see me. You could have had anybody in there. You and I could have been in there. You ever do a revisit where you see, how does a movie play? Like I watched Airplane the other day to see if it still stands up comedically, it pretty well does. And then you see other things that you remember loving at the time. And we were at least I revisited Big Chill. And when Glenn Close, the aforementioned Glenn Close, goes ahead and says it's totally okay for her husband, Kevin Kline, to just kind of go ahead and have sex with Mary Kay Place right there in the house. It's like, what? You know, because it's like it's just whatever. So it's it's well, I'm I'm revisiting. All right. I've been binging on The Sopranos and I'm telling you what, that's one of the greatest TV show. You talk about the Mark Davis rule about caring about the characters really all my word. And I'm in season six, right? How many were how many were there? I mean, they all blur together to me. They all blur together. Well, this is how bad I am. I mean, that was my go to show back in the day. I don't remember any of the episodes that I mean, some of them are kind of coming back to me, but really it's like it's like revisiting with six. You're almost done. You're just you're just about to get to the ending. And there you go. Oh, there were six seasons total. Yeah, that's so I think I'm in season six. All I know is they just whacked Vito because Vito had a secret life that he was discovered. You remember that that whole subplot? And you can't be a gay captain in the mafia, though. So they took care of business on that one. It was awful and just sad and tragic. And the whole show is tragic and brilliant and beautiful. All right, let's get down to business. I saw something on X last night, the one I wanted to bring up to you. Here's a sign you won't see in New York anywhere. This was posted outside a synagogue in Dallas. I don't know which synagogue. I just know that it was it was tweeted out. Here's the here's the placard on the on the door of the synagogue attention. Please be aware that the members at the synagogue are armed and may use whatever force necessary to protect its worshippers. Good. How how good is that? How strong is that? With all this anti-Semitism that's that's running rampant now in America, of all places, which I cannot I still can't get my brain around this. And it brings me to Elon Musk. He's you talk about a fascinating character. He toured Israel with Benjamin Netanyahu. They're they're relying on him for some some help, you know, and he's got a big worldwide platform, but he's being branded an anti-Semite. And I figured well, I know what they're doing. They're saying he doesn't want to have a lot of restrictions on his platform on X formerly Twitter. So therefore you must be anti-Semitic because you're letting anti-Semitic posts play out blah blah blah the dumbest thing in the world. It is the dumbest thing in the world, but then I dove into it last night. There was a post by an ex user that said Jewish communities Have been pushing the exact kind of dialectical hatred against whites that they claim to want people to stop using against them. I'm deeply disinterested in giving the tiniest blank now about Western Jewish populations coming to the disturbing realization that those hordes of minorities that support flooding their country don't exactly like them too much. You want truth said to your face. There it is. Okay now so consider that post from some anonymous. I don't know somebody on X Musk replied you have said the actual truth. He actually agreed with that post and so the criticism is that Musk's alignment with that particular sentiment is is in fact anti-Semitic that Jewish communities have been pushing the exact kind of hatred against whites that they claim to want people to stop using against them. What does that mean? Is it an observation that a lot of American Jewish communities happen to be liberal meaning you can find American Jews who buy into the America is racist. Everything's about oppressors, you know, George Floyd should rename all the sports teams. I mean, can you find that in American Jewish communities? Of course you can because they they vote mostly Democratic. So is that a kind of a triangulation there? I think that's what it is. I think it's that perplexing Jewish alignment with Democrat Party politics, which doesn't make a lot of sense because listen, there aren't a lot of Republicans who are anti-israel these days, you know, and so it's really bizarre. You mentioned sports teams, by the way, tell me you heard about the Deadspin the Deadspin controversy with the kid in the Kansas City Chiefs outfit. I want you to tell the story let everyone know that it's the Kansas City Chiefs where the color scheme is red and gold but with some black accents. So any of those color combinations are just fine. Here's more like Mike. Well, I looked it up because I wanted to know because I saw some posted said well, it's not really black. It's gold and red. No, the official team colors according to you can look Google this red gold and black. Those are the team colors of the Kansas City Chiefs. So there's a little boy at a at a at a Chiefs game with a big Indian headdress. So there's problem number one. There's the red first red flag, but wait now now there's more but there's more says Ron Palm peel. He's got one half of his face painted red. He's got the other half of his face painted black. They take a picture of the kid when his head is turned. So all you see is the side that's black. Yes, some writer and ironically his name is Karen. I kid you not. You cannot make it up. Oh Karen spell will spell what K C a r r o n. Okay, very good. But the K it's still Karen, but he is wearing Karen in the modern vernacular Karen J. Phillips who happens to be black and a writer for Deadspin writes a scathing article condemning the blatant racism by the kid and the NFL in general the headdress and the blackface the headline the NFL needs to speak out against the Kansas City Chiefs fan in blackface and native headdress and and then he doubled down because he listened this guy got dragged. You know, they there's a phrase they use on social media. There's I know there's a phrase they use called ratio to be ratioed. Yes, this guy got ratioed like a nobody I've ever seen. In fact, he turned off all he disabled his comments, but not on all of his posts. You know how that works. So then when you post something else about something else. Well, then they find you and you come back and it's a as we were saying right and they picture the kid comes out and he looks totally not like a Chiefs fan. He's got half faces half red and half black headdresses on because it's the Chiefs. There's nobody that would look at that and go. Well, that's somebody in blackface like Justin Trudeau or Ted Danson or Al Jolson. Nobody would make that up, but you don't dare push back because then you're labeled a racist. It's like with black reporters in the White House to April Ryan. If I brand her literally the dumbest reporter to ever get a White House press badge. Somebody's gonna say well, you don't like her because she's a black woman has nothing to do with her race. You tell me you heard her ask.
A highlight from Short Stuff: The Dakota
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Yeah, she's in the lobby of a hotel. I go in that hotel to pee I'm always got my head on a swivel in that town, especially in fancy hotel lobbies Sure, and I was like, hey, this is Dakota Fanning and I was like she was sitting with people I was like, there's got to be somebody else famous went to the bathroom came out sitting next to Jessica Chastain Wow, pretty major sighting then at one of my pavement shows I saw Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig Yeah, they're married okay Wow say so power couple yeah, I mean he co -wrote Barbie with her and Dean Wareham of Luna, they're all good friends and they were all together So that was a three banger in one and this this lady near me was jumping up and down like screaming it at Greta Gerwig and she was very sweet from up above in the balcony and like made the little heart symbol and like said she Loved her was very sweet. Oh, that's sweet. And then sat next to Tiffany Haddish on the way on the flight home Wow She was a girl across the aisle from me. Did you but did you bug her the whole time? No, I didn't say anything. Were you like, hey, hey Tiffany, you remember this one joke you told? Layers She's great though. She's very pretty too. Yeah. Yes. It is. Wonderful. I like that voice. She's got that sort of a low voice kind of like this I'm Tiffany Haddish. That's right Okay. All right. We got to go cuz we're talking the Dakota here and not Dakota fanning or Elle fanning No, the apartment building in New York City. That's right. The one where John Lennon was shot in front of Live there. No, no. No, he lived there and he was he was shot on the sidewalk outside the Dakota. So That's not the only reason the Dakota's famous. Although it's probably the biggest reason the Dakota's famous One of the reasons that Dakota is famous is because it was one of the first apartment buildings in New York City like they didn't do apartments back then and even more spectacular than that it being one of the first apartment buildings is that it was Plunked down in the Upper West Side at a time when Central Park West one of the most What is it white healed high healed? Well healed well healed like Bits of stretches of real estate in the world was a dirt road still and nowhere's Phil nowhere Yep, nobody wanted to go up that far. They're like, there's nothing up there That's right. Hey seeds in in fact, it was so far out that The guy who built the Dakota who will meet in the second Edward Cabot Clark bought it from an industrialist Whose wife threatened to divorce him if he built their house out there and he's like, I don't just get rid of this piece of Land then yeah, she's like I want to live down here where it's posh in alphabet city You know, it's funny is if you you remember if you go read our book There's a whole chapter on keeping up with the Joneses in it Oh, yeah talks a lot about this part of of New York history where there are all sorts of nowhere's Ville's around that today are just like incredibly and famous Expensive that's right. All right, so the Dakota like you said people were not living in apartments at the time they were living in brownstones, which were single -family homes and There were a couple like a couple started to spring up in the 1870s They weren't great. They were Kind of like you think of New York apartments. They were small. They didn't have a lot of light People didn't love renting And living in them and along came this guy Edward Cabot Clark that you mentioned He was the president of the Singer sewing machine company So he was loaded and he got together with an architect named Henry Janeway Hardenberg a great name and to get into real estate and the first thing they built which is sadly not there anymore is Kind of a prototype for the Dakota called the van Corlier a red brick five -story 36 apartment building that was on 7th between 55th and 56 Yeah, and it immediately improved on its predecessors Because the rooms were larger the apartments themselves were larger. There was a courtyard. So there was plenty of like natural light and air Had elevators apparently which are we're talking like the 1880s 1870s and there was also I think a What was there oh there was a ramp that went beneath it so then You didn't have to solely your family reputation by accepting deliveries out there in public You could go down to the basement and meet the delivery driver to get them to take whatever they gave you Yeah, and it was just nicer overall I think there was a an intercom system and you know, like Spanish tile. It was just it was just a step up for sure and all of a sudden in 1878 They rented out very quickly and so Clark was like, alright it turns out if you if you build it nice enough they will come and Apartments can be a real thing and like you said bought that property or I guess it was just land at the time, right? Yeah, yeah bought this land from Jacob Henry Schiff way way uptown and Decided to build his second Sort of dream property there. 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That's right offering the nation's largest 5g network T -mobile is the best network partner to take your business to the next level now is the time to business Bravely and start building your future today Just go to t -mobile .com slash now to learn more So Chuck we're talking about the Dakota now starting now Okay, so if the van Corleer was a Advancement based on the stuff that came a few years before it the Dakota was an even better advancement Improvement based on the van Corleer. It had big apartments big rooms Courtyard lots of light Ramp underneath and all that stuff, but it was also like even more Luxuriously designed like if you came over to someone's apartment, you couldn't see through down the hallway to every single room the walls were kind of like designed around so that you couldn't like there was a Separation between your visitors in the living part of the apartment or the sleeping part, you know the family part I guess is what you call it just little details like that Another big detail is that it had its own power plant that generated electricity for it in the 1870s Yeah, not bad the kitchens had little balconies so if you had stinky stuff like garbage that you couldn't get down or Maybe even stinky food or something. You could put it just right outside the kitchen, which was something that a lot of places didn't have Yeah, they had a boiler So they had insulated pipes bringing steam and hot water into the building Which was a big innovation at the time and they had tennis courts. They had croquet courts It was it was a real gym. It still is it's one of my favorite buildings in New York Every time I go up there to Central Park, at least I try to pop out on that area and just go go Give it a look Because it's a beautiful building. It's sort of a mishmash of styles It's been called, you know, French Renaissance or got German Gothic or even Victorian and it's kind of a little bit of everything But it's it's beautiful. I don't think I've ever seen it in person if I have I didn't realize it You may have it's it's lovely. It's right there on a corner. So here's the thing when Edward Cabot Clark was creating the Dakota He was widely derided for it. They called it Clark's Folly because people were deeply insensitive in the 19th century and the reason why they call it that is because again, it's in the middle of nowhere and People aren't really into apartments Like we said they live in like three -story Brownstones like they live in homes They don't live in apartments the people who lived in apartments as far as this house stuff works article points out were widows Widowers and people who are waiting for their wealthy relatives to die so they could inherit their house And all of a sudden Clark is like no. No, we're changing the game Anyone who is anyone is gonna want to live in an apartment and it turns out his gamble paid off. He was right Yeah, he sadly he died before it was finished So he didn't get to see it come to fruition But it was certainly not his folly because like you said people lined up to rent these things or I guess I don't know were they all rentals at the time. I wonder if anyone were available for sale. I think they were all rentals Okay, well people rented him, but they were people that had money. They just weren't like robber barons who wanted to live in mansions They were they were sort of the early New York, you know upper class They were people who like were bank presidents and people who like the CEOs of the time, right? Apparently the Adams sisters were heirs to a chewing gum Fortune they live there with it and that flavor tea berry one of the greatest gum flavors of all time. That's a Was it tea berry? Now, are you kidding? Cuz I can't tell no. No, that's for real. It's like a Kind of salmon pink colored Gum, no, no the the wrapper is okay It tastes like salmon too. No, it's a really delicate unique flavor and you could probably find it like Cracker Barrel Don't they have all sorts of old -timey candies or one of those rocket fizz places? I have no idea anywhere that sells candy I'll bet they have tea berry stick gum and it's really worth trying. All right Nice tip there. Thanks. So The Dakota started a trend all of a sudden luxury apartment houses started popping up all over the place Kind of in the same model with like bigger rooms and higher ceilings and stuff like that and the Upper West Side it wasn't right then but around the early 1900s that really started to take off and Really changed the face of New York of New York, you know, they they started building up more after World War one, obviously when New York said they could and Apartments became the way to go. Yeah Eventually, the the Dakota started seeing a different clientele not you know Straights and squares like bank presidents but like stars like Lauren Bacall and Judy Garland Wowie Wow horse Karloff, too That's pretty cool Imagine living next to him and then of course two of the most famous residents John Lennon and Yoko Oh, no Is blamed widely for moving John Lennon to the Dakota and he would have lived had she not done that Do people say that? Probably somebody out there. Okay poking fun at those people. No, I think he loved the Dakota Yeah, it would seem to be his home. They were there for like a dozen years. I think right before he died I'm not sure how long he loved New York City though. It was it was a great scene for both. He and Yoko. Yep You anything else? I got nothing else go check out the Dakota if you're in New York It's a great great looking building.
Fresh update on "lennon" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
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A highlight from The Violent Bear It Away
"Welcome to Gospel in Life. Jesus was a great teacher, but he had a lot of things to say that were challenging or difficult to understand. In the Bible we see a number of places where his disciples say, Jesus, this is a hard saying. Today Tim Keller is preaching through one of the hard sayings of Jesus and how we can rest in the fact that while Jesus' teachings aren't always comfortable, he is always good. As John's disciples were leaving, Jesus began to speak to the crowd about John. What did you go out into the desert to see? A reed swayed by the wind? If not, what did you go out to see? A man dressed in fine clothes? No, those who wear fine clothes are in king's palaces. Then what did you go out to see? A prophet? Yes, I tell you, and more than a prophet, this is the one about whom it is written, I will send my messenger ahead of you who will prepare your way before you. I tell you the truth, among those born of women, there has not risen anyone greater than John the Baptist, yet he who is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he. From the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven has been forcefully advancing and forceful men lay hold of it. For all the prophets and the law prophesied until John, and if you are willing to accept it, he is the Elijah who was to come. He who has ears, let him hear. To what can I compare this generation? They are like children sitting in the marketplace and calling out to others, we played the flute for you and you did not dance. We sang a dirge and you did not mourn. For John came neither eating nor drinking, and they say, he has a demon. The son of man came eating and drinking, and they say, here is a glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners, but wisdom is proved right by her actions. This is the word of the Lord. We're looking at the hard sayings of Jesus this month and the new international translation from which Scott just read gives us as nice a translation of verse 12 as you could possibly get. In verse 12, Jesus says, the kingdom of heaven from the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven has been forcefully advancing and the forceful take it, the forceful receive it, the forceful lay hold of it. In the older translation, in the authorized version, the older translation, it brings out the harshness and the strangeness of the verse. In the authorized version, Jesus is translated as saying, from the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence and the violent bear it away. Flannery O 'Connor's only novel, I think it was her only novel, was called The Violent Bear It Away. It's taken from this verse. From the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven advances through violence. That's what the Greek word means. That's what it means. There's no way around it. The kingdom of heaven has always moved forward since the days of John the Baptist through violence and the violent are the ones who lay hold of it. What does that mean? What does that mean? Let's think about it. The context is Jesus telling us about John the Baptist. See in the beginning, John the Baptist came preaching a message and the message was this, the Messiah is coming to bring in the kingdom of heaven. Now that's not as esoteric as you might think. Bottom line, the kingdom of heaven means someone is coming to put everything straight, to make the world right again, to right all wrongs. Our fiction is full of talking about some golden age of the past or some future age of the future in which all problems are put straight, all the psychological and social and physical problems are put straight and everyone is happy. And of course, our fiction is full of talking about an age like that. What John the Baptist's message was this, the kingdom of heaven is not fiction. It is real and it's coming and there is one coming to bring it and he is not fiction, he is real, it's Jesus of Nazareth. That was the message of John the Baptist. Now, Jesus turns around, that's what John said about Jesus. What does Jesus say about John? Jesus, in this passage, is talking to the people about John the Baptist. He says, John the Baptist understood that the kingdom of heaven, this power coming to set the world straight again, is not a fiction, it's real. And once John the Baptist got a hold of it, what did it do to him? It radicalized him. It turned him into someone crying out in the wilderness, wearing a hairy shirt. It turned him into someone who became, you see, it meant everything to him, it radicalized him, it also put him outside of the power structures of the day. Jesus says, you do not go out when you see him, you don't see a person who's a nobleman, he's not someone from the king's palaces, he's been marginalized, he's been radicalized, he's spiritually intense. Once he realized the kingdom of heaven was real and it was coming, it meant everything to him. It dominated his life. Then Jesus says, look at yourselves, look at how you listen to the message of the kingdom. Some of you say, hey, that's very interesting, thought -provoking. Some of you find it inspirational, and yet the status quo in your life has not been challenged. Basically, you want to hear about the kingdom of God and go on with business as usual, that's impossible. And then he turns around and says, from John the Baptist until now, anyone who understands the kingdom of heaven, the kingdom of heaven comes in to your life with a spiritual force, it comes into your life with a kind of violence, and only violent people lay hold of it. And this bothers a lot of folks. It's one of the reasons probably why the translation that we read from takes away the word violent. It bothers us. Isn't this Jesus? Isn't this the one that said, blessed are the peacemakers? Isn't this the one that said, turn the other cheek? Yes. And that's the reason why Jesus uses this term. Jesus is a communicator, he's a preacher, and he knows by saying this, you're going to start the puzzle. You're going to be startled. You're going to say, what does that mean? And that's just exactly what he wants. Let's cooperate with him. He wants to surprise you. He wants to startle you. He wants you to ask, what in the world does that mean? Because he wants you to understand what he's getting across. My purpose this morning is to explain this spiritual violence to you, and by God's grace, to arouse it in those of you who do not have it. And by God's grace, to stimulate it in those of you in whom it's burned low. What is this violence that only is the only way to receive the kingdom of God? The only way to enter the kingdom of God and advance in the kingdom of God, he says, is through forcefulness, is through violence. What is it? Well, it's always helpful if you're defining something to go by way of negation. So let's, right off the bat, say what we can eliminate, what we can say it is not. First of all, he's not talking about physical violence. He's not talking about physical violence. The Bible is so against physical violence. You know the place in the Sermon on the Mount where Jesus says, you've heard it said, thou shalt not kill, but I say unto you, don't even resent somebody. Why does Jesus forbid you even holding a grudge? Why does he forbid you even resenting somebody? You know why? Because it can lead to violence. Human life is so sacred. Human life is so valuable that anything that even could lead to the abuse, to the weakening, or to the destruction of human life is not permitted. Even resentment is rolled out. And the reason why is because every human being is built in the image of God. God sees an assault on a human being as an assault on himself. If for some strange reason somebody built a statue of you somewhere in New York and you saw people pulling it down and stamping on it, and shooting it, wouldn't you take that personally? I mean, if Lennon was around, shouldn't he have taken it personally? What people did to his statues? Yeah. And the Bible tells us that because we are built in the image of God, God takes it as a personal assault on his own being when you assault someone else. No, the Bible is completely against physical violence. That's not what he's talking about. And not only that, it's not even talking about the formerly violent. There are people who hear Ted Bundy about to be executed. Before he's executed, he says, I found Christ. I'm born again. The guy who was just hanged in Washington last week. Did anybody hear that? Before he was hanged, he said, I found peace in Christ. And a lot of people say, well, that makes sense. These guys were so violent, and their crimes were so heinous, and their guilt is so great, I guess they need that kind of Hallelujah born again stuff just to deal with their own consciences. That's fine for them, not for us, not for average decent people. No way. If there's one thing that the Bible and history and personal experience proves, is the Christian conversion is not for one type of personality. Yes, of course. History proves that people of every conceivable class of psychological and social class, every conceivable type of personality have claimed to be born again. You must not say the kingdom of heaven and all that born again stuff is really just for the people who used to be violent, desperate sinners. Not at all. Yes, people from the dregs of society have found Christ and said, I'm born again, but people from the cream, people who are simple, people with towering intellects, every region, every race. You can't say that Jesus is talking about the formerly violent or the physically violent, but here's what he's saying. Jesus is saying that Christians are not passive people, that Christianity cannot be received passively. Christianity is a proactive stance toward the universe. Christianity makes you someone who is characterized by a holy violence, by a spiritual aggressiveness, listen carefully, by a sweet, humble spiritual ferocity, by a vehement spiritual sincerity. Now, I know, see modern people stare at such terminology the way a cow stares at a new gate. We've got no framework for it. A spiritual ferocity, a radical spiritual aggressiveness and intensity, and here's why, because the world believes the only people who are radical and intense and zealous and spiritually aggressive about faith and beliefs are arrogant people. The world believes the...and I'll show you in a minute why. The world in its prejudice believes the only people that can be spiritually intense and aggressive, spiritually ferocious, are arrogant people. But you see, when Jesus was preaching, one thing that he must have seen in my guess is that this is where he got his idea, his metaphor. He would attract tremendous crowds, and there was only a certain kind of person that actually got in to hear him. The kind of people that got in to hear him were the people who came early, the people who stood in line, the people who scrambled, the people who were relentless, who were aggressive, who were creative, who climbed and scrambled and ran and tore through the roof, remember that one, to get in. And the people who showed up on time, the people who expected normal conditions in order to hear Jesus Christ, the people who thought that a normal effort was all it was going to take, the people who were casual, couldn't even hear him. My family and I went to the Paul Simon concert last summer, 750 ,000 people, and one of the things we discovered, if you try to get into the Great Lawn, you know, around the Great Lawn were the pathways, the paved pathways. So you get onto the Great Lawn, on the pathway, and you start to follow the crowd, so you realized that the crowd was going away from the Great Lawn, that the crowds were being diverted away, and if you wanted to get into the center to get any kind of decent seat, you had to buck the crowd. You had to dart. You had to think for yourself. You had to pin your ears back and not care where everybody else was going and not care what everybody else said either. And you had to go. And Jesus says there's a certain kind of relentlessness, a certain kind of hard pursuit, a kind of striving, a spiritual intensity that must characterize anyone who will lay hold of the kingdom of heaven. For many in our culture today, biblical Christianity is a dangerous idea challenging some of their deepest beliefs. In her book, Confronting Christianity, 12 hard questions for the world's largest religion, Dr. Rebecca McLaughlin explores the hard questions that keep many people from considering faith in Christ, tackling issues including gender and sexuality, science and faith, and the problem of suffering. McLaughlin shows that what seems like roadblocks to faith in Jesus can become signposts to a relationship with him. Confronting Christianity is our thank you for your gift to help Gospel and Life share the love of Christ with people all over the world. So request your copy today at GospelAndLife .com slash give. That's GospelAndLife .com slash give.
Fresh update on "lennon" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24-7 for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher, and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Watch anytime on any screen at snc.tv and local now channel 525. Hey baby. Excuse me. Pardon me. It looks like channel but it's Bruce Chanel like number five. I don't know what that explained. I don't know but Bruce Chanel native Texan born in Jacksonville, 83 years ago today still alive. And this was a huge hit in 1962 and among its fans John Lennon, Bruce Chanel opened for the Beatles on a couple of gigs so that's kind of cool. Now as a 1962 hit you might think that folks who are like 75, 80 remember this and their soundtrack of life. Trust me right now Mike, everybody listening to you and me, every woman of roughly 50, maybe 45 to 60, every woman totally knows about that because it is the soundtrack of the most important movie of their lives, a little thing called Dirty Dance. Okay if you say so I trust you. You may take it as gospel. You're the arbiter of all things pop culture. I can't find my car keys but I know stuff like this. I can't remember my wife's favorite movie of all time. I have been pulling my hair out. All I got to do is do a google search but you'll tell me quickly. What's the movie that was all of them gathered at a house? Big Chill. The Big Chill. Gosh I could not she watched that movie a thousand times. There you go. And I just loved her watching that movie. In fact years later we saw Glenn Close in Sunset Boulevard and Denise was so excited. We were like stage door Johnny's. We waited at the stage door and Glenn Close came out. She played Norma Desmond. Great backstory to that by the way. The diva Patti LuPone who I despise. I hate her. She is such a miserable far left Republican hating you know twit but she's very talented. She's a big Broadway diva. She of course was tapped to play Norma Desmond. They were running it in London before they were going to transfer it to Broadway. Andrew Lloyd Webber became enamored with Glenn Close and decided she's the one and they got the word to Patti LuPone in her dressing room in London. You're out. Glenn Close is in. She trashed her dressing room famously. She broke every piece of lamp and every piece of furniture in the dressing room throwing a temper tantrum because she lost the big role to Glenn Close. Anyway years later so there was Denise and me at the stage door and Denise got to say I just love the big chill you're magnificent and she was very gracious and nice. That is so cool. Big chill 40 year old movie this year is from 1983. For those that don't know a bunch of college friends regather some years down at one of their homes in South Carolina and they reminisce about stuff and their various life paths have brought them to some places and it's amazing work by William Hurt, Jeff Goldblum, Tom Berenger and they've all done very different things. They're all huge alumni. Watch out for you Hewitt of the University of Michigan. Ouch ouch ouch ouch.
"lennon" Discussed on Coin Stories with Natalie Brunell
"And we, we would go in an armored, I wouldn't, but the company would go in an armored car and pick up, you know, a million pesos, a million dollars from these exchange centers and take them to a bank and exchange them and drop, drop them off. And the banks, there are so many parallels here. Exactly. The banks were okay with that because dollar X was doing the anti money laundering review of these little exchange centers. So, so there, it's crazy how much overlap there is. And it's also crazy that that's when I started to see the friction of physical, physical cash, because I was doing the legal work of like the border and custom forms and like seeing the logistics of these armored cars, transporting physical cash. And I was just like, it could be so much easier. It could be so much better. This is how we move money. This is like, this is how people are like working in the United States and then bringing money back home to their family. And then these, so at the exact same time as when I started learning about Bitcoin and then silver gate bank reached out to me and they were like, they were like the due diligence you're doing on like the little exchange centers is kind of the due diligence we're going to have to do on the Coinbase and Geminis of the world to figure out how to bank them. And they were like, wow. Yeah. So I feel like, I feel like I was so lucky to find Bitcoin as soon as I did in my career. I was like a, at that point I was probably a third or maybe a fourth year attorney. And this was what year that you heard about Bitcoin first and started investing? It was like 2013. And then I, I'm so jealous. I joined silver gate in 2014. They were like, we bank one of the biggest exchanges and we know why we're comfortable with it, but we don't have a program that adequately documents it.
Madonna, Mariah music added to National Recording Registry
"The Library of Congress has selected another 25 recordings of cultural or historical significance to be added to the national recording registry. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. For the first time, a video game soundtrack makes the national recording registry. It's the Super Mario Brothers theme by Koji Kondo, the list also includes the very first mariachi recordings from 1908. With a little touch of late among the albums making the cuts are Queen Latifah's all hail the Queen, Madonna's like a virgin and synchronicity by the police. Among the singles on the list are Mariah Carey's all I want for Christmas is you, daddy Yankee's gasoline, John Lennon's imagined Jimmy Buffett's margaritaville and Led Zeppelin's stairway to heaven.
Where Would We Be Without the Left?
"You want to, you want to sit back and imagine a better world, a la John Lennon, just imagine no left. Without the left, 100 million people would not have been slaughtered. In the 20th century, I'm talking about non combatants. Without the left, vast swathes of humanity would have had a road to freedom like South Korea has. Because the left was defeated, in the southern half, of the Korean Peninsula. In the great, never mentioned Korean War. Of the early 1950s. 37,000 Americans died there. For no product produced by Korea. They died there for the product produced in America, called liberty. And now we are undoing the Korean War. We are undoing all of the battle for freedom. The battles for freedom that have been characteristic of the United States of America. So yes, you want to imagine a better world imagine one. Where your children would go to school and learn how to read and write, and be told that race doesn't mean a damn thing. I couldn't care less what color any of you students are, so it's not going to even be discussed.
Schools shut, drivers stuck as gales and blizzards batter UK
"Trains were canceled, some schools were shot and drivers were stuck for hours on a major highway as a blast of snow and winds hit Britain for the second time in a week, storm la recent brought gales and blizzards to much of the UK, experts said the worst hit areas were northern England and North Wales, where 50 mph winds were recorded alongside about a foot of snow, the highway that cuts across northern England, known as the M 62, was at a standstill, as some drivers had to wait 7 hours in traffic, air travel was also disrupted, with most flights departing Liverpool John Lennon airport delayed
Whoopi Goldberg: Nikki Haley Is Not a 'New Generation'
"Now I want you to hear from Karen Goldberg That's right Whoopi Goldberg's first name leased her birth name was Karen Pretty hilarious don't you think mister producer She's the original Karen In a current supposed to be sort of this white yuppie suburban woman that's how they use that term and I apologize to all you Karen's out there but this is their way of promoting a racist attitude So Whoopi Goldberg is caring Goldberg And she's on the view today And she regurgitates what Sarah Lennon said on the constipated news network Kind of 11 go The Washington establishment has failed us over and over and over again It's time for a new generation of leadership You're not a new generation You're 51 What are you talking about Clapping seals It's a D.C. that's a new generation But it's not a new generation She may be she may be younger than most of those people but her rhetoric is the same She said the same BSN I love the young kid but you know what The only way you're going to get younger people to run dude is if you're out there talking to people and saying don't shoot me Slow down Got to deal with the genius here Dude There's a woman a dude mister producer Do that right I'm so behind the curve it's unbelievable When you're 51 years old and you're running for president that's a new generation The youngest president we had was Theodore Roosevelt who took office on the assassination McKinley Second youngest president we had with JFK
Bart Herbison and Doug Share Stories About Elvis
"And I share a my birthday in his death day. August 16th. August 16th, he died on my birthday. And I told the story the other day on one of the podcasts about my next door neighbor Beatty, who, again, lucky you loved Elvis and everything and she came running across all my birthday party. He's dead, he's dead. He's dead. We thought it was. I mean, I thought of her husband and died and it was Betty talking about Elvis and died. And so, you know, the sharing this. So the last part where they actually showed real video of him in those last concerts where he was bloated. He was there. I mean, some of those actually, those are memories are not memories for me. Those are actually, I saw those concerts. That's all. So it was really, really interesting to just see. Well, one last Elvis plug and a story. Peter go around a controversial author. And he was very controversial when he wrote to John Lennon book and the Elvis book too. There's two Elvis books, careless love, and last train of Memphis. There are over a thousand pages, and they're so thorough. It's like he was in the room, so he tells everything good, bad and different. And I particularly love a lot of the stories he told in the famous RCA studio B across the street from my headquarters. And here's one. I got the privilege of knowing Chad Atkins a little bit. One of my mentors, the late Joe Talbot, took me to launch at a place called I forget what it was mauds down on music grow. It's not there anymore. And chat was there. They had a standing launch every Friday they were in town. I couldn't make this up. He sit there playing his guitar at the table quietly. And I looked at Joe and he goes, that's why he's Chad and he plays everywhere. So Chad is the only major artist I've ever heard of that wanted a closing act. Chet went to bed at 8 o'clock if he could. 8 30, he was a country farmer, got up in the wee hours, three or 4 o'clock in the morning. And so Elvis is showing up late or wants to record at ten, 11, 12 may not show up, sits in their place gospel songs all night, and he can't stay awake at 2 o'clock in the morning. So he calls Elvis's team and RCA and goes, look, I like the kid. And at that time, Nashville did not embrace Elvis. They threw him off the grand Ole opry. They didn't know what he was. But Chet liked him and saw that he was about to change music, but he said, I don't care. 11 o'clock tonight, I don't remember if it was four or 5 songs we do them and we're out.
Bill O'Reilly: The Unknown Dangers of Fame
"Well I do want to start with this because there's been so much going on and actually this book kind of is very relatable to events going on killing the legends the lethal danger of celebrity See that happening with Kanye West among others Incredible that when people become famous their whole lives obviously change And they become targets But in ways that many don't understand So killing the legends about Elvis Presley John Lennon and Muhammad Ali all of whom changed American culture We live today in a way that is defined by these three men in part And it's an amazing historical story People said look this is your 12 killing book all the others killing Lincoln killing your rising sun Big events Now you're going into cultural history But the history is so intense and people don't understand how celebrity can destroy you if you don't understand what's going on And let me make this personal to you Mark Levin You're famous Okay Everyone knows you Everybody knows me And because of that there are benefits but there are deficits And I think you following your career over the years understood quite readily that you could not make yourself available in a casual way And so people don't know about what you do where you are you do some book signings and that kind of thing But in you correct me if I'm wrong you understand there is a danger And looking at this is true Look at Nancy Pelosi okay And you can just every you can just stare step it There are legions of famous people
Carol Leonnig: DOJ Has Been Looking for Nuclear Documents Since May
"Here's Carol Lennon who joined Devlin Barrett on the byline of this ridiculous story about the nuclear stuff again She's on MSNBC last night of course goes on friendly outlets I mean you got to you can't go on actual outlets instead of going to ask you questions And Carol leonnig's on Alex Wagner's show who's lost like most of Rachel maddow's audience by the way which is shocking Carol leonnig gear I want you to listen to how she hedges here If some anonymous deep state source told her that Donald Trump had the location of Israeli ICBMs and gave it up right Then let me tell you some This would be really really serious But I want you to listen very carefully how she hedges this You know I don't need to say anymore Listen for yourself check this out Can you walk us through this whole process We knew in May right That the Department of Justice maybe was looking for this kind of material in their subpoena to the grand jury And what has happened since Great question Alex So because of my great colleague Devlin Barrett who I co buyline this story with the public learned that in May the Department of Justice was seeking all sorts of classified records of Mar-a-Lago but they included records that are particularly sensitive that involve nuclear capabilities or really sort of what you'd consider a foreign government or the U.S. government ability to wage nuclear war Where are they on that continuum Are they seeking nuclear ingredients recipes equipment do they have the capacity that we are worried about Are they a true nuclear rival These are all records and materials that are covered by this classification that the Department of Justice saw in its may subpoena for records at the former president's part time residents and golf club I'm sorry resort club
The Rise of Leon Trotsky & Communism
"Trotsky was perhaps the most intellectual of the bunch Of the communist revolutionaries that overthrew and took over Russia The truth is they never had even close to majority of the population behind them About 20% They didn't even have a majority of the quote unquote workers behind them And even though a number of them would serve time in Siberia the fact is that their efforts were not taken seriously enough until it was too late Trotsky was among the most vicious of them but they were all quite vicious When Lennon took over as I said he would soon get 6 relatively shortly thereafter Stalin would eventually replace Lenin through a number of connivance and assassinations and Trotsky would originally become the head of the military The Red Army but he fell out of favor Because he had a different ideological view of Marxism than did Stalin Stalin's view was more akin to a strong man and a single political party the Communist Party which would be the state the party is the state And that party would be a permanent fixture That would in essence ensure that the Marxist economic system and all the rest of it would be enshrined and be complied with
What Happened to Pamela Anderson's Face?
"Did you see the interview the other day Pamela Anderson and a new husband, Dan hey Hearst? Schmuck, Dan, hayhurst, who left his wife in three kids to one from building pants deck to fucking the former Baywatch babe. All his wife and kids had no idea. I mean, his wife had dinner with Pam. They became friendly. And this asshole decides to stop. I mean, things like that can happen. I'm sure that marriage wasn't good in some capacity. But he really looks like an asshole on top of looking like an asshole physically. Now he looks that way more in a broader sense. But I watched this video of an interview they did. Some British show called loose women, which that's kind of funny in itself, to be interviewing Pam Anderson, a show called loose women. And they call her up and she's in bed. She and Dan answer the phone while under the covers, which, by the way, John Lennon and Yoko Ono did this S.W.A.T. 40 something years ago. 50, maybe. Come up with something new, Pam. It just, you know, the whole thing of being in bed with your new husband, you're 6th fucking husband. It's getting tiresome. And I didn't know it was Pam Anderson at first. I thought they were interviewing dame Judi Dench. That's what Pam is turning into. I mean, I don't know if that's her face without makeup or if this is just what she settled on with cosmetic procedures. I have no idea what option is saddest. But ladies, you got to stop injecting bullshit into your cheek into your cheekbones. It looks like you got two hamburger buns below your eyeballs. Do you think men think that your natural look? You need to know, you don't look like you're younger, you look like someone who does a lot of cosmetic
"lennon" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"And S 5 zero, Denny, are you really going to note me to death doing your program? Wow. Tom. First of all, Tom, that was great. I was just wondering if in this next take we could get, no, go on. Okay, so for the promo for bed online, is CLN. S 5 enzon zero. And you know what? It's not just basketball guys. You can also bet on cockfighting. You can bet on bum fights, you can bet on hockey boxing, the UFC, the odds right now. You can bid on an Olympic coverage. So you can bet on who's going to do the Olympic coverage? You can bet on what people are going to test negative for and positive for. Did I mention cockfights and bum fights and also Cox fighting bums? So from regular sports down to Vegas casino games, like baccarat, so let's say you were like, you're like at home and you're like, I'm horny to get some baccarat going. Yeah. But no one in the residence knows how to play baccarat. No one wants to be Banco. You bop on over to your homies at bet online. And Danny, what's that code again? The code is just to be clear is CLN S 5 zero CL and S 50. Okay, and then you go to bed online and you're like, look, I think you could have two windows open where you're like, okay, I'm going to watch cock fights over here. I got bum fights in the middle, and then I'm going to do straight up old timey baccarat in the middle. And I bet these guys could do it. Your homeboy is at bet online. The fastest and easiest way to wager on all your favorite sports and cockfighting and bump fights and baccarat and your favorite games. Bet online were the game starts and if they cut out the stuff about cockfighting, that's on them. They will not. They will. I think next week we're going to have that added to the copy that we got. We're going to realize the star power that just dropped a hammer on their heads. And Jenny, I don't know about you. I don't know about you, but I would be willing to turn over the entire payment of $10 that we got for that ad. Oh wow. You're underreporting. Talk about underrepresented okay. All right, so we're going to welcome back to the podcast. We just, yeah, we're back. We're in Tom Lennon. Hey, Tom. We need a new sponsor for next week because I think we just got dropped from. We just keep how do we get dropped from them? They just said it right now. They said that they heard they heard bum bum and cock. And yeah, they're on a show called doing it. They knew what they were getting into. They're popular. How did the movie fuck? How'd this movie Todd go to screenwriter career start that I'm so jealous? You're jealous of me? I know I'm very jealous of you because those by the way, the night at the museum movies. I mean, those are really fun. But the answer to that is that most of them come out of.
"lennon" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"I was thinking Maui. But Wisconsin. Wisconsin is the Maui of the Midwest. You wanted to do like a Kris Kristofferson thing and be like a cool howley is I believe the word that they say of yeah, I was actually thinking more of a "Weird Al" Yankovic thing because I know he lives there as well. So I thought you know that. I've never advertised that, but I think he does have a place. In Wisconsin? No, no, no, no, no. In Hawaii. That would make more sense. I was like, if you're drawing all the celebs to Wisconsin, I'm going to be really impressed. It actually one of the great things I love about Wisconsin is when Aaron Rodgers isn't in the state by instantly become like the second or third most famous person. Comes back to visit or TJ watt. But I love that you didn't know who that was and neither do I. Help me out. They're from Wisconsin. And? Well, they were one was just named offensive player of the year in the United States. Oh, my goodness, you know me in the sports channel. You just made Danny so happy. I think he may know less than I do. And that's saying something. Oh, that sports those sports watts. I think you know my team. Deep rooted affinity for all of sports watts. No, but when Neil Gaiman moved out of Wisconsin, which I think he did, I moved up like a whole bunch of notches. It is great coming from a place like I would just Syracuse university and I was like, I was thinking, had I gone and feted often for my for my meager? Yeah, but yeah, like my pictures up on walls there. But I had gone to Harvard. It wouldn't have scratched the surface. You were Danny, Danny, you were a classic big fish in a small pond. And you always have been and it's wonderful and we love you for it. I could have said, I went to college. So I graduated from Sam Houston state university. I should be the most famous person there. Are you not? How are you not Jenny because fucking Dan Rather graduated from there? But give it a couple of years. The communications building is named after him. Oh. Yeah. I gotta step up my game. Talk about an amazing so I've got jokes for both of you. Talk about who would you rather and then also Danny Danny? Would later, Danny, who came from Syracuse, but would later not love orange men with the former president. So oh my God. You're right jokes all day, guys. Guys, for anybody. You're like genius. You went from loving the orange man to not loving an orange man. Shit. You know what? Never say it twice because it doesn't land. It doesn't land. I guess I'm sorry to all of our listeners. He's got a treat because that's how the process works. This is like you were sitting at the four seasons in LA at a not very good punch up and I pitched a joke that will not make the film. Yup, it will not be in the film. Yeah, absolutely. This is for the punch up for trolls 7. 12 7 hashtag we need to. And then that is very close to my actual life. It's really funny when your life blurs into like your fake life. Yeah, you know? Oh, I do. Yeah. I'll show for you. Oh, it's a lot. Like last year, me and Ben grant wrote a movie for Arnold Schwarzenegger and his miniature horse and donkey. Stop it. I'm obsessed with the fact that he has a miniature. Yeah, whisky and Lulu. So we're still working on it, but.
"lennon" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"It's a revolution. Oh. Every time. Every time. Every time just chills. Chills, tears, emotions. Yeah, like getting my prostate checked by an icicle. Eli Braden for that song? I mean, we could chit chat you and I, Jenny, as we always are wanting to do. But you know this next guest of ours. I mean, where do you even begin? I mean, you want to say like, fucking actor, but also like prolific screenwriter, dog lover, a wonderful dancer. Wonderful dancer. You're welcome. Looks flawless in short. Or like we embrace the we embrace the glitches. I like that. It's a non traditional standard of beauty. Yeah. It is the great Thomas Lennon, Tom..
Was George Reeves's Death a Suicide?
"The George Reeves shall must have been the top one of the top 5 shows. One of the first 5 shows we did when I got to LA to do mysteries and scandals. And I knew some I knew some stories about George Reese, but man, so much more light was shed on these people. And I remember the names in these stories so well, he had a fiance named lenore lemon. And they went out to dinner with their friend Robert condon. And then the three of them went back to Reeves and Lennon's home in Benedict canyon. And just so you guys understand who don't live in this area, Benedict canyon is such a beautiful area. You go up the hill in the valley that separates Hollywood from the San Fernando valley, and these homes are gorgeous. And the view from these homes is spectacular. So they go back to their place on Benedict canyon, and after George goes to bed, lenore lemon decides to host an impromptu party in their living room with condon and the neighbors William bliss and Carol van ronkel. And Reese wakes up by all the goddamn noise they're making. You know, he's not in the mood to hear this kind of bullshit. You know what you're a celebrity and you're working in the business and things aren't going right. And you know you got people responding off you. You can't fucking stand to hear them in the other room laughing and whooping it up when all you're doing is laying your head on your pillow worried and concerned about what this fucking business is doing to you. And that's what was happening with George Reese. So he gets woken up by the stupid drunken noise. He comes downstairs to tell him to shut the hell up. Then he's calmed down. He spends some time with them. He had a drink. He said, calm down, George is such a stick in the mud. How the fuck can cognac. He has the drink. He's calmed down. And he goes back to his room. And not too long after that, the guests hear a gunshot coming from his room. So bliss runs up to stairs to the room, they find Reeves body naked, he's laying on the bed, and there's a gunshot wound to his temple. And as a pistol on the floor, and it looked like it fell out of his hand. Now even though George Reeves death was ruled a suicide, there's some conflicting stories that began to come out in the press, likely because of the fact that the only witness had been drunk at the time. And some news outlets claim that lenore lemon was with reason the bedroom when he shot himself and that she came downstairs and told her guests tell him I was down
A highlight from Optometry Podcast: Transitions XTRActive Polarized and Transitions XTRActive New Generation Lenses.
"And we want to get into. The details of these products will begin start offering our patients are. We'll talk about extra active polarized i. It was showcased at vision. Expo east and the transitions. New generation lenses were demonstrated at the transition to the studio in jean. What was the driving force behind those two new product introductions for twenty twenty one i would have to say it's definitely innovation. Innovation is it's part of transitions. Dna as you know. We have a team of our d. scientists that are constantly trying to improve our products. Improve the or clarity improve. The outdoor darkness color perception activation invade speed. And it's through this innovation that we've been able to extend the transition's extra active line of lenses with these new launches dot governor. You're there you've got to see this product in person. And i mean what would what happened at the transition. The studio in the transistor's the pulse. We'll let me tell you. When i saw this technology fell out of my chair because i was blown away i mean innovation innovation innovation. When they say that it's in the dna it truly is. I mean we've seen that over the years of prescribing from the chair of educating our patients and the one thing we know that our patients love definitely innovation so to be able to go into the exam room and have this conversation after. I saw this amazing technology by patients. Were just blown away. Just like i was so for me. It was an exciting day. Exciting time and just super exciting technology and innovation in general. I think this phase into mine because there is polarized dishes lennon's that's been available now was ago transitions vantage. It was the first bit acrylic lens to offer variable polarization. How does this new transitions. Extra active colorized blends differ. Well for those transitions vantage fans. Let's start off. What's the same transitions extracted. Polarized lenses are clear with a hint of ten indoors in offer dynamic polarization. Meaning they go from clear to extra dark and polarize when activated and transitions extract. Polarized differ from transitions vantage lenses. In a few ways these are now clear than ever indoors. We've added visible light activation in the car they reach up to ninety percent polarization and they're twice as fast feedback. There's are major. Improvements is huge. I mean that's one thing that we always want to see it better with innovation and technology. Right we have this conversation with our patients A lot of times they think of the old school way of how lenses were and now we have something that we can bring to the tablist going to really Satisfy their thirst when it comes to lens technology. Yes a really patients have everything they loved about vantage in transitions extractive polarized or with sharper vision. Larger field of view and more vivid colors that brings to mind a natural question little transitions. extract polarized. Replace the transitions vantage linda. Lenses yes as we continue to launch roll out the transitions extract of polarized products. We will begin. Phasing out transitions vantage nice. Nice so i want to talk about another polarize option. Because i know that the transitions portfolio is just wide. I mean you have pretty much anything you can think of to accommodate any patient that sitting in front of us. But how does the transition extract of polarized compared to the transitions drive where Because i know that's another option. That's out there as well. So what's the difference in. How do they compare to each of it. Well it can about it. You know we we did. Just talk about the benefits of transitions. Extract polarized lenses and there are a great option. Your primary care because they're clear indoors and at night now. Transitions drive where lenses. they're always polarized. And the photo comex they start off all color and then adapt between three colors specifically designed for different driving scenarios and they adapt to light behind the windshield and outdoors. So you're really getting a length that helps remove glare off the road and hood of your car So it really helps for peach picture. Perfect drive i would say transitions drive. Lenses are a great option as a second pair especially for anybody that spends part of their driving. The driver is almost like a sophisticated son. Last is going to agra. Adjust that it's never gonna be your indoor pair of lenses for that transition extract polarize could take you indoors two outdoors. Yes absolutely. We've seen a lot of questions on social media you know. Color hugely mirrors are hugely. End and transitions has done a great job of answering the call to bring the people what they want so some of the questions. We've been seeing at around. Social posts are are the transitions extract. Polarized lenses gonna be available in other colours. Rick mears
Matt Rosenberg: There Is a Problem of Moral Authority in the City of Chicago
"I'm talking to matt rosenberg from chicago and the book is what next chicago. You're just telling us something really nuts. You're seeing that mayor lori lightfoot Was quoting john lennon's beautiful but insipid song. Imagine in response to some killings. Tell us more about that just so that we understand what in what context was she doing this right while i put it this way that she is channeling john lennon. She did not name him what she did. Say after a mass shooting. In which a number of people were killed was it's a whole essentially. She said it's a whole different ballgame if we don't have all these guns around and the absurdity of that is that it's the proclivity to shoot a gun for spurious reasons. That is the real issue here. I think common commonsense observers understand that so the hard part here is going back to a failure among parents. You know the hard part here to me is the issue of what i like to call in eric. This was growth experience for me. I had to confront. What is the central problem here. And i realized it's centered around something that i decided i would call moral authority. This is probably an area in which you have some experience of thinking and writing and and analyzing i realized it's a pretty basic definition what that what's constituted within that but there are maybe only five percent of chicago's one million households that are not living with moral authority but that's a large enough number to affect a tyranny of the minority which means it's not safe to be out on the streets which means that schools k twelve public schools are in state of disorder. Where police are required to be onsite breaking up fights guarding students against violence from other students. There's a great pressure on the county court system because of a small relatively small handful of miscreants who have an outsized effect on the city's so there is a problem of moral authority in the city
Lennon Interview to Schoolboys, Songs, to Auction in Denmark
"A cassette tape with a thirty three minute audio recording of a John Lennon interview useful a school newspaper report we auctioned in Denmark later this month off a century ago full Danish teenagers interviewed them the recording including on a power on publish song by the late Beatle one of the team's remembers that it was the height of the Vietnam War and the Cold War that him and his wife Yoko Ono had a message of peace he says and that was important to us the teams managed to get an old jeans but lemon where he played and sung with no give peace a chance and a new one radio piece the items the tape twenty three still photos and a copy of the school paper estimated to be worth at least thirty one thousand dollars I'm Charles de Ledesma
"lennon" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"April tenth. Nineteen seventy approximately eleven months. After john and yo- goes bed in honeymoon. The beatles broke up for londoners. This was the final nail in yoko. Coffin breaking up a family. Well rockstars can be so fickle. It comes with the territory drug busts. That's just part of the game in bag ism. The fuck was bags him but anyway it doesn't matter but breaking up the beatles that was an unforgivable offence. London had grown hostile yoga. So the couple moved to america and for lennon. Thus began in epic years long creative stumble marred by semi inspired inconsistent musical releases that despite their near misses did more for his fame than for artistry. The owner lennon's loved america particularly new york city and new york city. Love them right back. A virtual cavalcade of healer seekers revolutionaries drug dealers prophets and fools all lined up to welcome john and yoko and to milk them of their celebrity to promote their own pet causes and the owner lennon's allowed themselves to get swept up in the hippy. Dippy madness out on the fringes. They donated their time to freeing. The revolutionary mc five manager john sinclair from prison was unfairly sentenced to ten years for selling to joints to an undercover cop. They became enamored of the violent revolutionary group. The weather underground and of course they partied took lots of drugs made music and eventually the relationship morphed twenty four seven love to a more traditional partnership yoko. To control of the finances and strategically plotted all professional moves creative and otherwise in john did well whatever the hell he wanted provided. Yoko said it was okay but by nineteen seventy-three. The relationship was hitting the skids. Yoko was restless in eager to ignite affair with either one or both of her gain terrier decorators or possibly her new guitar player. But yoko wasn't looking for anything serious. Just a dalliance a break from her husband who despite being the biggest rockstar on the planet was super neat required yoko to be more of a mother than lover. Hold up for a second. I know the rockstar needing to be mothered things. Exactly the same as the city. Nancy dynamic from episode to disgrace land. but i swear. It's one hundred percent true with john and yoko in totally freaky and looking for yourself in any event. The mothering took its toll on yoko. She didn't want to leave joe. She couldn't leave john going out on her own. Starting over financially in creative we was out of the question. She needed a break so she decided to send john away out of her hair and away from new york city to los angeles but setting a man like john lennon loose into the wilds of one thousand. Nine hundred seventy three l. a. was a bad idea. He needed minder. Someone to keep him tethered to his life. Back with yoko of manhattan so yoko. The good wife cited to give her husband john a going away present. A girlfriend may pang. The lennon's twenty. Three year old assistant and yoko is mind would make for the perfect pawn she was young attractive scrappy in easily manipulated. Plus yoko new. John was eager to jump in the sack with her yoko. Southway john ogle. Ter- may paying a woman of chinese descent from spanish. Harlem was like the bizarro world yoko. She was funny lacking heirs unrefined and came with a thick outer borough accent in sexy downtown. Look compared to yoko. She wasn't so heavy to john. Yoga was the envel- may was the feather. Plus the young impressionable music fanatic was in love with john the beetle however at first made take to the idea of accompanying john to la for an undetermined amount of time. She may have been secretly in love with their hero but she had a conscience. The dude was married to her boss. But yoga's pitch was delicate and despite being kind of icky it was convincing eventually caved. And when her and john consummated the new relationship the sex clumsy and forest at first quickly became quite the opposite john and yoko sex life had gone cold.
Episode 29 Drew Harrison On Sounding Like John Lennon
"Look just like them. You know because because because we're we do so much trying to sound like them hamburg energy musical authenticity. That's kind of our credo and hamburg energy is rock and roll and that was the day of the clubs just passionate out reckless abandoned with the four four time signature and a backbeat. Just go but you do have to study and you do have to listen to songs and you have to listen to them over and over again over time you get it and there's one other thing that that i think is kind of important i don't try to go. I'll get all up in the way that stuff and play that. I try to just without sounding so self-important singing like john lennon. That's after all it's about catching the bird in his voice. And i had that burr well You know there's this little just a scream like sorry about that. I was impressed level. That could be my ringtone have already
"lennon" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"lennon" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Bill. No i don't have the one million dollars. Were supposed to go the hotel why we're here now. Just great. Forget the bill and employees of the discount store in marysville marysville that's a typo in it because it's one place as maryville and it says marysville kinda doesn't matter the april fifth that the woman tried to use the counterfeit fortune to purchase several gift cards so at least they're giving it back carts. So here's how we know there fell scheme. That's the gift card thing that's when someone steals your card from a gas station or something. That's what they do. They go by giving us then they reuse those wherever. You can't trace him back. So this was their gripped they were like we will just take this fake one million acres go. Everyone else is going to israel their deadly guy. All these gift cards then. We're going to macaroni. Grill when effort. Set up at dave and buster's just a holiday like sift through their wallets looking at different bills. We'll go with this. I'll take. I don't even know if the dollar general store can break fifty. You can break a one million on the million who is on the million dollar. Bill khloe kardashian washer off alien dollar bill. Dan it's gotta be somebody big county all of them. All of them are county. Sheriff's deputies responded around ten. Am so they were like. Hey when we get up tomorrow do not forget. We're going to the dollar general store with this one million dollars right. And they spoke with one of the suspects. Amanda mccormick who said quote. She received the one million dollar bill in the mail from a church. Yup the veggietales from god but could not provide the church at church information. Where'd you get it from the church. Church the one who though you know this meme. Where did you get it from though came in the mail already toady answering questions. We're not asking you. There's a million dollar brand. We're trying to find out which say that you're the one million dollars anymore. Because they sent it to you. Did you request it. What do you mean like did you. Did you request the church. Send you think you have to tithe service for them. You can okay. So what do you what. She's done service for somebody so she knows who that is right. Who did you do sir..
"lennon" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"We knew that west bank. Yeah thank you ready for this headline stoke-on-trent that's got stoke-on-trent neighbors plagued by phantom cabbage thrower. You gotta phantom tavern star or are they saying that there isn't a cabbage throw in the cabbages is just coming or there's someone who's so good at it and dense smoke man are terrorists cabbage going over the fence. Here's the had her this person's way. I love cabbage for the fact like cabbages replaced lettuce in my life. Really not shitting you. I take a red old statement averages in the coleslaw right no. Yeah yes. Cabbages and call saul. Yes the new orange. Love that show. Stoke-on-trent neighborhood is being terrorized by a phantom food thrower after cabbages broccoli. And even fettuccine has been hurled into gardens what is going on in the uk. This is how they terrorize each other with good food. Yeah well as old as time. I think the phantom cabbage thrower probably has fallen in love with some young. Yes yes right yes. He's going to teach her how to throw cabbages the right way. But then she falls in love with some dude that like hurls carrots and it's over i also feel chronology years beers and she's on him with a parsnips guy yes. Snip is all over the uk classic uk veggies parsnips sounds like a carrot with the circumcision. You to get a person up. Claire metal was stunned to discover the first cabbage had been thrown into her backyard on march tenth. Feel like she wrote it down and initially thought it could have been children messing about but around a month later. She discovered another cabbage along with an entire wheel of cheese at do. Say i'm part of an m night. Shyamalan experimental movie. Or you're part of a very aggressive low-value pyramid scheme. Yep that you did not know you signed up for. We signed up for the whole itchy. Right then you've got to sell that wheel cheese to two other people to throw it into two other. Yes break it off in a block. She was done discovered. The first cabinet had been thrown her backyard. March tenth initially thought it could have been children messing about later. Cabbage wheel cheese had been thrown over her over the fence of her heart. She'll home the thirty two year old then spoke to her cody avenue neighbors and they said we've experienced too. I don't know who who is doing this and found that she wasn't the only one being met with cabbage chaos in their backyard. Every plus is a Like neighbors have whipped each other up about something. I'm going to say right. Now it's chaotic. She's right she's always right. I mean what's next somebody dies shredded or is it a full whole cow go online to clean up ahead of to pick up tiny little strength head cabbage. Yeah my mind. That's what it is you're going to throw it. It has to be ahead claire. This is also like whipping neighbors whipping each other up like i was like this is england. Doesn't have nextdoor dot com. This is the best they can do is just y'all each other over their fences. They're gonna kill us. They're gonna kill us all and they're like oh. My god claire now worries that a child could get injured or dog. Could snuffle up something toxic if the vegetable thrower returns. What do you think's going on on the other side of the fence that somebody's like these people deserve to be messed what like they are they over ordering for like a pub and they're like you got got we got we got to get rid of all this excess program. Just throw it away in the trash can outside. No that would be too easy right. Chuck fact i think is probably peter rabbit a deck and also like. Why does he need to wear clothes. Like i'm okay only on top. Peter rabbit only a waistcoat dresser duck actions. Yeah it was like a mask. If you if you've watched this series you would know that that that blue jacket belonged to his father in that he had to earn it but like then yeah and then it gets caught on the whole thing with his mom because the father's passed away it's like really deep is also supposed to be for three year olds but that it's really it's a lot of heavy that was heavy and the and dad cheated on the mob before he died right. I'm am i right to say that. Did the three mop flops. Cotton until. I don't know if those are like half sister at.
"lennon" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"If you do therapy you do something wrong. You don't find out until three weeks later in the yeah didn't work and that say when you're on stage alike moving in any any to light increase my volume. I need to you know. Need people in the back construct the far behind like one of the shows. I'd be like right. You know when this music comes on the didn't immediately job bud. Light guard on and neom in the back him and she's like that was one of the ones amenity with with with to think of macgill's that i just visited horror moma's same squeeze the someone's chest mono thirty block. It's like yeah do do that because like the police. it's f. kim actually lives because he can kill someone book right now. I didn't know that. But like if say for instance. I'm like when i blow the whistle. You jump hobby. Say i'll blow it down the mike. Everyone will jump out a bloody say because he's in his you know and the music moves..
"lennon" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"Actually just put him on the suggestion. It's going have to cover an. I had to learn so quickly. But i think after doing english tv it gave mesa false confidence because they edited so while i saw those rows to eat good but then i realized that not. Everybody is as good on tv. Do some tv shows. I think they're going to make that look. Brilliant and the mandate looked terrible. So yeah and a hat to lend a corvette very quickly manipulating people's people and taking control of people really really quickly imagine i mean. I studied hypnosis. Ron is because i stood jonah because my jobs relation and persuasion ethically yes. You're right it really is done. My glitzy ethical stunts. Like a and i was gonna say like just to say people. The fate of hypnotizing. Isn't that difficult to get go. Today is plenty difficult thing in the world and forget you act to sort of really of you game once. You start getting bookings on tv. At a much. I remember studying and know the i stood disease it milton erickson all mikhail equally gas. But so good. Yeah yeah almond and remember. Just the book was this just going through and through. But it's avance wants practice on and eighty. I practiced on my kids. My kids were. I mean they that now fifty twenty five days a twenty eight and they didn't have stories to bed. They were hypnotized. Go to that. It was like magic. Copyrights creative visualization so. They are amazing hypnosis. Now i can literally go and the gun by all i do is look daraga look may and i clicked my fingers. She's out she literally drops. He doesn't know what happened. What actually happens look at me and she just rolled and she turns rozsa much and she does as imagine she does. 'cause i'd say you've got even to just to say into be able to get about laughable. I've been able to just put someone like that until two clicks. It's i mean. I remember lane and also some of it. So so dodgy like some of the methods that he intended for people who disaster in that type of thing. But don't do the kids not understand a bit about the su- sort of understanding after supposedly. Do you believe because their whole life. I think different because if someone is resistant to it right..
"lennon" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"Just don't see the connection at all the like crazy doug woman all your the woman with the the doak you did. The doug thing was all about but it is connected. Eight eight proven the power of hypnosis and and that everybody nobody comes on stage like i'm hypnotized by a dunk. No is not going to work for me no way everyone watches it. Nobody believes that he is going to happen. And yet wombs. They've seen a show aubain to a show that i oh my god. This is real. And that's the power of cova now says and that's what i use to help affect change in our lives is it was just genius. I thought it was a genius. Move because and looking into obviously. In retrospect and thing and there's this lazy she's hitting the hypnotherapy and and helping people rather than say and practice. I said i'd say she goes. I'll use this benefit to get the is on and as a business owner. I've looked into what you do. And i think he's just. I love the prospect of. I know everyone knows about hitting hypnosis. I i'm gonna ask bits about it but that was such a smart move. I mean you built a business of yourself. How long have you been a coach in a i qualified. Nine thousand nine hundred and nine of being doing mr for twenty years of part time. I always had another job was seeing clients on the side and it was twenty fourteen. I was actually what can is a business development money. I was about to be sacked toes on. I was on I've been suspended as about to be a and i. It's need to kill. It was yeah. It was kind of that kind of promise. The kids would go to australia. Because we haven't see we're brother for eight years and then i found that was gonna be so it was like why am i gonna do so. I thought right. Let's let's show to to put me on a plot fall and all those two reasons one to challenge the belief that couldn't speak in front of paypal because i true had held up. Lay a drive the diamond speaking people and secondly just to put me on a platform so that people so i did and so they experiment began begun to become a stage hypnotist. Now it's incredible to me that you did that because one of the things that you talk about watching interviews and things that you don't addict show as well i was jared. And what are the things you talked about in several interviews. The first time you did got stacy was the first time is it..
"lennon" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"Him about the security podcast with your host. Jenny records the people have licensed today. So a fab guest on. Sometimes you know. I can't believe people degrees of on this show. I have two lovely christine aladdin who is the world's best hypnotist whereas maybe familial from him manny manny appearances on tv. Welcome to the show christina and key. Thank you for having me. Don't call myself do now. Yeah by dead so far ryan coltart right tattooed. I've my lincoln tattoos the brain. Yes so dot back stops the conversation themselves pancakes but look. It's literally you wait. Dina i mean you and i have been on a few similar podcasts radio. We got to not throw mr winners. Podcast yes yes. Suppose husband going to hugh. He's not he's not takes. You never know. What's i don't or have been asked to do. Tv shows and then when you find out what really about how. He's his podcast. Some of the gas angle. Yeah it was. I didn't know what the intent walls so yeah now angle is collapse big show semi on everyone. I was auctions. But that's just good raises star because one of the things obviously doing some research on yet you don't some stupid on dodgy questions face what you want to just tell you on what it is that you do because i never have introduced today but it's more than just the tv show and everything is more people. Give me what do because what do i do. I'm a background is psychology psychotherapy pain executive coaching and hypnosis so use hypnosis to help effect change for the betterment of people generally but i use it. I've used hypnosis to do all sorts of things like tvs stuff. You know a dog that hypnotizing people why not why not. I mean i remember seeing that on. Britain's got talent face to watch on this us. Stay with me. Let me stop trash on cheating. Backwards vaguely remember strange. Little dog can't stand in africa. All everything i did so it is it seen originally. It's funny that you get to speak to people that was really the active israeli. Just i mean brilliant for visibility. One of the things. I really wanted to speak to you about was the fact that you could with your browns businesswoman and no one ever asks us up so the whole they get just like some like some people..
"lennon" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Web site with lots of staff. Yes i mean. I on purpose. It's a new cable but my was brazil website. When she said dr lennon fhu the And on does a lot of resources including a minute channel and a every week. I write a provoking musing. Using natural abusing nation to inspire something does in the oval asshole south launch. So it has also been over there and elsevier's resources free resources to download to help to a insurance if you're having one development To develop the best served the bats and things that ready so a few free to browse the web site and And yeah and youtube channel as well so you do shadow of things over there on practice stuff like a health to apply a spot on on your dog hell to look at a different solve them various of vaccinations rosenthal's vaccinations should even best nate was in news. Retriever newsa redo logs representations assays all been of the results and a youtube channel. His adopted lennon at amity with ease. The named the Moving in so botha amity. Yeah any final. He's resources over there. I will thank you very much. Thank you very much for sharing life early life with with mammo and and the pack as interesting listening. Thank you endlessly pleasure. Olivieri based tikey thank you. Bye-bye thank you very much for listening. I that you enjoyed the show. You enjoy last week's show and hearing about truffles spoon wiles. Did you talk to anyone about that. Tell them you're gonna tell anyone about this week show. I hope you do and would really appreciate it. Getting the would out enough off by promoting self promoting until next week. Stay safe and remember. Your.
"lennon" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"From the same parents. So emily Amazing to with the so. We had the big one like a huge barrier is like lucid proper. Burials hughes biggest heels fluffy No heels just his ably heels just so heels no after that we had another one of the second one was super lanky Whatever he whatever. He lacked sofa size. Don't know he gained in legs so long legs just look sent lucille built on students. It's called him sprite and his his behavior was just respectable. Jumping up in bell road left right so the speak just hoping also his front than after that we had a little runt last tiny little thing half the size of no just always very polian virus Small looking Mobile confident at all competitive. No is a big teddy and sprite. Him jones up and down Pixie regarding the smallest decline pixie just always leave aris. It'll really blessed so he. He said he healthy as your energy and he would play suitable around everything. Just hottest speed go in spreading to that. After that three boys in the last one ago anna she was called Mutuals feisty but schumer Resolve a catcalls this to me a together new ready Three boys and one girl with all Different sizes different characteristics Different names that The bill's pretty good the only thing. That was a over clearly warned doable. Soul amulet lately heads off. And you had to be so careful at night when it walking around because of on Nothing's like the but it was always my feel even though saved as the Goes the jet to the boss met my own at much. More bid Elsa bills Well when they grew up they were and they sogo naturally different. Bits them but they all seem to like just squeezing together into pol of the smallest bit of the owners or Good bail moyers in bed. Soc seven of them was visited two small beds so form on site through onsite Leasing distilling annabel's. But i felt was cool because the sweat because okay one problem. Seven dollars is trying to cover them. Awesome together god. Eventually everybody let me me me so it is almost impossible. Nothing's more almost impossible to give into one. So while it tells various Built to appoint whereby ideal arresting on his juuling very cautiously. When my room. Things like that southernmost to you at the attention because is free as attended around now so Arresting in the boss is watching me and was a stage of on look at them very closely and just call one by one and just a one and one walkout Cuddle is investigating Come one by one. All seven of them. I felt very. You've attended the one bulb mayhem of several bills. Just wanting to heads however close. I was mayor during the the pregnancy period of a mother. And how she when the pops first time she will actually be okay. She wasn't too dramatic Pretty okay the only one that she usually salsa a this agreement with walser ducal the father and the two roles but with anybody else Credentials fine anna. What happened those for interesting Actually almost like a big sister just over the hill venezuelan. Just being a pack a just during them guidance with default following her around with. It went to eat a lot to do when they find something most or about fly Watching it learning Actually she was social them with who we pool a win Who's the interesting as well. She was always very into those hubby. Very it was always. Father is always special us. One thing i'll ask Oh my guess is to complete the sentence. A cop believe my dog ate cat. Annoy is the biggest thing that might why all the only one pixie was a apart from the models. They will bury companies. My boss well together. That's good Always like answers when they Actually i like all the answers. Some very entertaining but when someone says now. My dog doesn't pick up. You know things that it shouldn't pick up eight. I think that is a good thing. Exactly exactly yeah. No of young just Seven of them they would eat together was sometimes again. Get food perfection. guiding food and Zoll also thanks the audience from two big boats anna. Those abedin's eating too much poop. Zony just wanted a pup. Nate poop a bill quite sophisticated things that was a very very specific panel. Paid goes on these smutty out of those Labradors golden look at it and Joel oh for them. So they don't really eat grasso. It.
"lennon" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Show our annual host robot. Oba and i hope that you annual dog our will. Our guest is wake. Is dr lennon fu from a london. I in some adogi news. The internet was again. Defaulted when a simple post was put on all an elderly gentleman that wanted to check out a new recliner for his lange room. When he's family took him to the furniture store he had a simple request and that was that his companion would be able to check out the chain. See if it was suitable. And yes he's companion which he stole cocoa by put a pie stolen and of course everyone said are the great wise the dog in the furniture store anyway. Lifelock the Understand that they all very comfortable at home. Does you'll dog chase squirrels. This next little news autumn could make you think twice and marketing twice anyway because it has been reported that in russia a dog in a forested area was attacked by a number of squirrels. There are supposedly. I couple of people that we weaknesses that witnessed the attack but the few people that are a little bit skeptical that a bunch of squirrels would attack dog. Nevertheless you have been warned. The results will will the november now. It's bit light. I can't believe my dog ate walls. much popular. One was theodore who he's prized dead. Rat during is zoom meeting the votes Now i've been in the facebook group and we have die with a tin of paint akasha with a fringe mattress. Cc with Owned phut paddington likes during on some concrete blocks and serious gets into rat poison side the nas selection at. I think it's time for this week's interview. Welcome to other. Relax dog podcast. I'm here with dr linen. Fu how are you. i'm fine thank you Why pleasure and who are. We going to talk about today today. Rashly the mall one but actually seven dogs so he got ambush me now seven. There's one favorable so we can focus on bella. But i have seven builds. Yeah now that. That's absolutely fallen fighters on the one and i'm sure that's going to be that interaction between all of them is neither problem at all so those those aged rescued Kid and time. Before became events. I was a feddie. Every h had the best at me. Nominating cream july jala. Could you identify hey. We live and rescue those results from my mom's friend who adults anymore. There was three minutes inches. So they came in a group as low as one so Creamy and municipal and glenn queenie would've mother was the daughter than Lukin greeny and we had full motor these all very cute A known spreads elf and busy. Yes oh yes. Some bills at some point of time but the decosas one Mu the little girl who my for Help me in my life type about. How would she have been when you gotta i was about eighteen years old guy and how was humulus. Both just a one year old just like instant family as the initial transition. When the three of them. I came into the household it also. It was okay. It was good because became as a soda. Have each other for company And it always just hanging out with each other and the oldest in my room either the balkany because as tons also only pose in a family that likes animals considering so so the only thing i room in annandale's against a wall so the usual so things but that wasn't too much transitioning issue. I think they will just please. He will together with each other Nice did you with. I came from previously well. Listenable housing also all dull so imported too many readers sample time that time Trade is do very large so usually the parents would have been from australia. Actually but not with autism bullets in shops in there wasn't a whole known breeding breeding families or saying that you have in england webs into right now all Also is not unusual to see the harrods of the puppies especially is there. And i'm guessing that time they wouldn't have been too many rescues or sort of pound things like that. How lenient on the any. Straight dogs as well. Yeah no hud history dolls because as being boys extremely a small tiny country and don't control water his pretty good the trying to keep a place cleans speak so we do have a rspca As be where they do a home. Unwanted dogs pawn shop facts. I think the only thing. I am you that israel to the rescue. You could go to the rescue Store which. I wasn't aware cab us and the interaction initially with the rest of family family was a a large family yourself. Oil often the average singapore style family just once is the parents will lucky people's live on the compounds. That is the front gun. In the back garden and randomly my grandfather beauties combined so three levels of the three falls at As she give any give each unit to his daughters so md's only cousins Bronco so to speak but nonetheless from getting beduin so adulthood accents in front gutted and also leave about fifteen minutes walk from the beach so going to be.
"lennon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Mandy Connell. 303713 85 85 our telephone number. Go right back to the phones in Westminster, Bob, You're on k Way. News radio. What do you think? Oh, at some humorous play on words for you. Okay, Uh and I'm in a bad area, So if it drops to calls, say, lovey, um First humorous play on words. I got a job at the bakery because I needed dough. Very good. I like that. Thank you Used to be. I used to be a banker, but I lost interest. Very good. Like that. If you have a bladder infection, you're in trouble. That's like that. Did you hear about the New York City Police Department? Someone broke in and stole all their toes, and the police still have nothing to go on. They have nothing to go on. A very good I have heard that one yet. Okay? Broken are pointless. Yes. Did you hear about the cross eyed schoolteacher quit her job because she couldn't control her pupils. Like that, too. Okay? I couldn't be a doctor because I didn't have any patients. Very good. Okay, Let's see, Uh, think that's infernos. I liked all of them, and I've usually couple of him. I'll add the ones I haven't used yet to my list, though. All right. Thank you, Bob. And I just have a suggestion. Sure, Mike, if I may, uh is there any chance the program director whoever the power bi to the insert the song What the world lead needs now is love sweet Love. I think that would be very apropos for the times we're in right now. Is that what the world needs? How about what the world needs now is love, sweet love. Well, that is kind of idealistic, But that would be nice. We have to change a lot of the fundamentals. President. Yeah, Different President. How about How about Imagine, Remember that John Lennon's stores song Imagine Vaguely beetle sleep. Well, it has a similar theme. As a matter of fact, I once wrote a column about that deconstructing the lyrics to imagine on if I have time. Perhaps I'll revisit that this morning. If Of time allows. Okay, Thanks your phone call. All right. Thanks for being there. Three hours. 3713 85 85 our telephone number Reckon Wheat Ridge. What's on your mind? Hey, Mike. I can't top all these fun for heaven's sake. Let it nice to see that the church is going long is all this cruiser violent story. Okay, ritual. We're going to a wedding last week. In the past, he says, I pronounce you husband and wife. You may not ignore the bride. Okay? That's good. That's all I got. My good. All right. Appreciate it. We've got who do we have? I've got Bob in Westminster. Is that right on line three, or do we really do that? Oh yes, Bob. Yes, Europe. Oh, this is writing this down. I'd like to talk to Mike. Okay, Ron, you're on the air. Go right ahead. Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't know my problem thing time I heard radio. That's why there's a delay. Yes. Good to talk to you. Listen to use forever. Um We have some business is my wife and I go to Um and people who are running the business don't wear masks. I guess I could report him, but Um, is there a gentler way to say it like maybe calling him or something? And just Explain it to them. Well, I don't think they're receptive to it necessarily. Some people are so set in their mind about this that they don't want to take that vaccine or where we're a mascot. I think a mask is a panacea. There's a dispute about under what circumstances and how much it helps, but it can't hurt. So I don't mind doing it in public places. You know the earlier color. I think your name was Cindy, who was relaying something Your daughter said to the effect that business can't control what you do if you want to enter, like wearing a mask, and I think they probably can Uh, Businesses may well require that people get vaccine. In order to come to work. I don't know that there's anything preventing them from doing that. I don't think it's it's discrimination that falls under the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and businesses or private entities, they could impose all kinds of conditions on employees. I was on a flight back in November on the Southwest, and they required that passengers wear a mask. I didn't mind and I wore my mask. If they can require that you wear a mask. Maybe they can require that you be vaccinated. Get on a plane. Yeah, And I'm with you. I think people need to do vaccinations because I mean, it just seems like social media has all these things they say about anti vaxxers and it's just go with the science, for goodness sakes, and that's it's necessary that huge fraction of the population Gets vaccinated in order create to create herd immunity, and that's the way we get past the other kinds of pandemics and plagues in the past. All right, Thanks. Your phone call. I did find My I was, by the way I in the 19 sixties, I was moving on from fifties do up to other things that we're taking their place, including the Beatles. And I like a lot of the Beatles stuff. I don't like all of it, and I certainly didn't like John Lennon and Yoko Ono is politics and I thought that one song Imagine Uh, looking at it Rationally was one of the dumbest collections of wishful thinking. Utopian, naive, idealistic, uh, prescriptions that anybody's ever heard. So here's Here's my deconstruction lyric by lyric. Or verse by verse of John Lennon's Imagine. He wrote. Imagine there's no heaven. It's easy if you try No hell below us above us. Only sky. Imagine all the people living for today. All right. Let me go after that that verse even if you don't believe in rewards or punishment in the hereafter responsible adults don't just live for today. They defer gratification and.
"lennon" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Way. Take you through the Friday folder. Friday Folders, a creation of the Great Jonathan Hood and Daniel and Zet, Erman. The collaborative effort. It's a collaborative at you to collaborate whose paces Nagy. He and I are like John Lennon and Paul McCartney on this show. Yeah, Once again I'm Ringo. Oh, on and you're Yoko. Just so you'd better be loco. Okay, if he's if he's Yoko than you're letting on. That's why I'll take that. Take that. Yeah, I interrupted money. I football my death. Excuse may have heart. May I would tell cell to report John Lennon has been shot. Like what? What? Taken to whatever he goes, taken to whatever hospital dead on arrival. You ever heard that? I mean, yeah, it just It was no different gear for him. Not just not not somber, Just direct, just devastating news. No, it's dead on arrival. And that's how you got your news back then, kids, you just get it through money, like put Rick in the face. First out of 11th and 10. John Lennon dead on arrival, said We've got that in the vault somewhere, I think is a cab. You know that We played it on this show like to okay, because you just asked Hoody. Do you have you heard it? And then you said we haven't somewhere in the vault. And you're better than that. The audience changes every five minutes, let alone everything but your partner, does it your But you asked everyone, Listen, that you asked Hood your best, Danny, You're better get defensive. This is why we have the Friday folder. Correct. We have this because we could never get the stuff because of Silly arguments like you just heard right there. Taking up valuable time on the show sells the things that we missed. That's why we have the Friday folder because it's farm. It's time for the Friday folder on the Captain Jay Hood show. Yes, we go through the files. Love this. Sorry. The Friday folder. We turn over now to Danny. Senator. What's the sum of stuff that we missed this week? All right, General Woman.