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Interviewing Actor Dwight Turner
"Y Turner Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you so much for coming on the show Sir. Well. Thank you so much for having me on the show I'm excited I me, too. I love talking to creatives and you being a working actor. I have so many questions. Let's start out with. How has your twenty twenty been? Where to begin well, the year started off well Oh, and. Number of projects lined up in. It was really turning into what what I thought was going to be A. Fun and interesting goodyear, and then, of course you know the pandemic hit and everything has changed not just for me now just for my industry, but for every wine over the entire world I mean I. It's it's. It's a quite a fascinating situation that we are all in, so you know I? Had number projects lined up in project has either been. POSTPONED OR CANCELLED AND And it's just the reality of the situation and I hope that you know we can all get. Back to work soon You know I am in. So I I did a series last year. THAT'S GONNA! I think come out in the fall. It was supposed to have come out in the spring, but then that was moved because of Kobe and then. I booked a which is a first for an amazing. Thing happened where I I can sing, but I've never done a musical and I was asked asked to audition for a musical I. Did and I booked the lead romantic role. Musical, yes and. So it you know the composers of from New York as a show running off Broadway or did until covert hit and had a show running off Broadway and in The direct writer is an award winning guy, so it's a it's an exciting yet scary prospect because it's new for me, it's outside of my realm of acting but you know I just want to move forward and do a completely professional job and make myself and everybody else happy with the with the results, and we have been doing zoom rehearsals. Of Yeah because of the pandemic, and we actually did our first in. Rehearsal recently. And that was actually. Really Nice to to do because you know. When you're rehearsing. For. Something! There's a connection when you're act now, and and it's hard. If you're not there with with the person, it's hard to do that over a zoom com, and so so that's an exciting prospect a series that that. Filming has been put off to who knows win on that series. Stars can't go into the details, but it stars a known star of some other series who is involved in science fiction series as well as fantasy series I can't say that if you go to my DVD. There's Lionel air is there. I'm listed as rumored, but I can't I can't get the details myself, so it's if they. If you want to go to Miami of duplicates, it's easy. It's IMDB DOT me. Ford slashed. Why trump
LeBron to forgo social justice message on jersey
"The MBA season resumes in Orlando. Several players will where league approved social justice messages on their jerseys. But Laker star LeBron James won't be among them. A B C's Lionel Moyez has more. LeBron James says he will not wear a social justice message on the back of his Lakers jersey. Everything that I do Has a purpose that has a meeting, so I don't need to have something on the back of my jersey for people to understand my mission. I know what I'm about the N BA releasing a list of approved messages. James is one of a few players who declined. He added. He would have liked to have a say so in the message but commends players who will wear one line of buoys ABC News
With Barcelona In Turmoil, What Does Messi Want?
"For some time now there's been turmoil inside the world's biggest soccer club. Has. Barcelona drops two points. There's no chemistry and this team I mean the really isn't news of mortem. Oh and just the last twenty four hours, six board members resigned caught up in the middle of it. All is the team superstar Lionel Messi. Is. Not Happy with the way that things are being handled. He's not happy with the club's right, so he now is coming out and saying so. Today, the Athletic Durban Corrigan joins us to talk about what's going wrong at Bursa. What messy has had to say about it? And why the shy superstar kid sometimes make things difficult. The problem is that if you go to messy and say, what do you want massive himself is able to articulate exactly what he wants.
Frederick Douglass statue vandalized in Rochester park
"A statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass vandalized in New York state. On the anniversary of one of his most famous speeches delivered in Rochester, New York, a statue of Frederick Douglass ripped from its base. Police say the statue was taken from Maplewood Park, which is a sight along the underground railroad were dead. Bliss and hair. It's have been helped lead slaves to freedom. It was found in a river nearby, Douglas gave the famous What to The slave is the Fourth of July speech. They're calling Celebrations of Liberty, a sham, with black people still enslaved and oppress. Lionel Boys. ABC
Messi Mulls Barcelona Exit
"We start with news that could rock the football world to its very core Spanish network got an essay reporting that Lionel Messi is ready to leave Barcelona. He is called off. Negotiations over his contract are more socio ends reporting that Messi is angry at the Barcelona office over leaked media reports, Moore said Lo and Frank leboeuf join US sid. Is this for real is Lionel Messi now really going to leave Barcelona and what is it the root of this? One This is something that needs to be kind of explained, contextualized and unpacked now. Is this for real in the sense? That is Leo Messi unhappy. Has He opposed to conversations? Over new contract and put stop to that for the time being and is absolutely furious with the way that boss on is being run. Yes, is thirty four next summer. Yes, is that true point at which he would be contemplating? WHY NEXT MOVE WOULD BE? Yes, but the context is really really important. Here is Leeann saying I will leave. This is little messy saying. I won't read this deal now. I want renew this deal with this board of directors. At least not for the moment. I want to be convinced that we're going to buy the right players that were going to build a squad in the right way. The club is going to be settled and by the way next summer are presidential elections I think what? Is doing more than anything else is obviously keeping his own personal options open in terms of what he decides how he feels about himself in the time by the else, he's actually saying to somebody tomato, the president with whom the relationship isn't good. He saying I'm not going to give you the satisfaction of the photograph of my renewal on not going to give you the chance to go into presidential elections unless you convince me Hawaii's. Being able to say to people, I'm the one that's guaranteed Leonel. macy's continuity so I think you cannot. Divorce this. Of News from the context and the context is his age, the fighters that club and the fattest presidential elections next summer now in a way, the ideal scenario for Mexico's is that he renews with a new president who he does trust in Maxima so this doesn't mean he's going what it does mean is able to leverage the possibility of going to try and change things at Celona Frank. How often have we asked the question? How good word Barcelona be without Messi? Can you imagine it? Do you think they'd still be able to compete with around Madrid? Do you think they'd still be a top team? In the world? Is They are now? That's a question that maybe we can ensure soon if Loan. Goes and finds. Another club. It's hard I. Mean of course one of the most entertaining player that we have seen and and Wiz Rinaldo finding for more than decayed to know with the best entertainer, and not be the best player because the sort of another question that do we have to insert the best entertainer for more than educated in the world. I had I don't like the political aspect. Of what see just explained, but. I want to see the good thing about you know. Boscell best on being able to turn a new page of their history without Missy, sooner or later is going to happen, because maybe He's walnuts. At some point it's going to give up is going to retire, and they will have to do so without him, so of course they will, it will take time It's awfully not like. Was All big players leaving and. Not being able to come back to the best, but bustle now would have to think about the new future without loud and missy is going to be be curb. He's GonNa be a big turn, but I'm sure they're going to be able with a young player that they have the equanimity how to find a new genius, and and we'll see
Washington - Trump vows jail for 'anarchists' toppling monuments, warns protesters trying to establish 'Black House Autonomous Zone'
"In DC a tense stand off last night outside the White House where demonstrators tried to set up an autonomous zone ABC's Lionel Maurice with the story president trump warning protesters who tried to topple a statue of president Andrew Jackson and build what they call a black house on top of his own the president tweeting there will never be an autonomous zone in Washington DC as long as I'm your president if they try they will be met with furious force B. H. AZ was spray painted on columns of St John's Episcopal Church you posting this on Twitter as officers allegedly fired pepper balls and ripped down tens that'll Thomas Jones being set up a short distance from the front of the White House lawn weeds ABC
Rihanna and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey donate $15m toward mental health services via her nonprofit
"Riana is continuing to reach out to those in need through her foundation the Clara Lionel foundation announced a fifteen million dollar donation in collaboration with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to several organizations dedicated to mental health services food security and income loss to people in Newark and Chicago the donation is part of Dorsey's hash tag start small initiative
"lionel" Discussed on Bedtime Stories With Nennis And Douglas
"I'm body people in town. Pebbles and crew writer. Every time the lift was sent off from the kitchens. They stop it half way. Sanders take out the food and put it all of their card and then send the left on up all empty. They were stealing the food for faced soon the cooks in caging had sang. Everything may eat open the left, and all of it had been put onto pebbles on craters card before it could reach the grind, whole laugh and to them salves. The tove violence wailed. Dare heavy car. Paul Toy with vicious traits. That dark passage dot led to the Dungeons From there they could push pull it all the way to their sacred entrance on the fos- soit of tone, and have the entire faced for themselves, no having vast in as home onto the twist deep rage. Was Molly Frank loyal. Friendly Troll, his all these were closed on his big old head was resting comfortably on a rock. then. He's nose twitched. Could some Mel something something wonderful. Hayes huge gray. He's opened. and Dave look towards the old door that led from the twisty bridge. into the dungeons now that tooth things trolls most are sleep on food. So loyal was perfectly happy to wake up and follow his nose through the old door and into the dungeons. Hey didn't need a map or a torch in the dark dank pasta ges the smell of cakes and Jelly led him onwards and onwards further. Pebbles and crater where Cock Lynn away to themselves as they rolled their car in the other direction towards their secret entrance. Fungal last Dasche.
Kylie Jenner Tops Forbes ' Highest Paid Celebrity List Days After It Debunked Her Billionaire Status
"Like twenty two year old Kylie Jenner still managed to land at the top of Forbes list of the ten highest paid celebrities just days after the magazine to bunker as the world's youngest self made billionaire it's stacking or for a five hundred ninety million dollars salary over the past year that puts her ahead of her brother in law Kanye west Roger Federer Cristiano Ronaldo Lionel Messi and other celebrities like Tyler Perry lebron James and the
Scott Disick and girlfriend Sofia Richie breakup for good
"Talk about Scott Disick and Sofia Richie who split after nearly three years together kind of surprised it lasted this long but Hey who am I to judge you know he's thirty seven she's twenty one very young yeah twenty one Scott Disick has three kids with his ex Kourtney Kardashian who are ten seven and five I mean when you're twenty one and you're like helping with the ten year olds that's the babysitters yeah yeah they were together for three years you know they got together she's eighteen I don't know that that eighteen the teenage thing creeps me out if you're in your thirties you're dating someone yeah like again I'm a guy with that age difference with my husband found a difference that bothers me it's on the actual AGS I always like to acknowledge that so I don't like a hypocrite no you're not right hi so anyway there Lionel Richie feels about that I member I mean he was not happy about it at the beginning it was reported that they were not happy about this relationship I wish I wouldn't really be any I mean think about if you're a father of a daughter in your daughter's eighteen and dating someone who's thirty four three crickets that feels like a lot for an eighteen year old handle yes yeah very much so so anyway they're done
Miami Under Flash Flood Warning For Second Day
"Learning a downpour Tuesday floods neighborhoods around Miami hurricane season hasn't officially started but heavy rain Tuesday flooded neighborhoods in South Florida cars were seen stalled on streets and water leaking into home A. B. C.'s Lionel more he says the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm and flash flood warnings for the area Miami was already saturated by soaking weekend
"lionel" Discussed on Mark Simone
"A chance of late day showers low seventies logistics. Ken Boone. Well of course you know Lionel longtime radio. Tv Host Youtube Star you should check out his shows. Lionel nation at Youtube Lionel nation at Youtube Lionel. How you doing? I'm doing terrific. By the way you make fun of Joe Biden all the time. 'cause you know. Joe Biden's out of his mind. Joe Biden is wary is Joe Biden. Doesn't know how to pronounce Covet. How many times have you ask Joe Bartlett everyday? Joe North Carolina South Carolina South. Next Day. Job North Carolina's two choices. Thirty Times into you finally get it right. I'm Kinda worried about you all right. You can't tell. Could you tell North Carolina from South Carolina? Don't don't even deign to solve these people. You Know Mark. This is one of the most fascinating social experiment ever. This is really not about Cova by the race. Not Corona virus because there's seven of them. It's one in particular but I'm finding people that I thought I knew who are acting incredibly insane. Not asking any questions just doing things. You all have these funds a friend of mine on facebook. I look at me. I'm getting my. I'm doing my part getting my getting anyone for check chess. For what Larry The the thing? What are they doing you? Stick it a rod in my nose and what are the results go Now are they checking for anybody? Well what did they do with What does that mean if you're positive? Prowl IT MEANS EH. You are you. Are you in control of those findings? Well what if you WANNA contest those you know I I'm just trying to do my part now going to say this. There's music you can come in if we check your temperature Mr Simone. You're ninety eight. Oh you're ninety nine. Is that too high? I don't know I brought my own temperature. You'RE GONNA have your own while I'm going to challenge you as I can to be at Wimbledon. Referee's what are you got a hundred or one. I got ninety eight nine. Oh that's what does that mean. Can you imagine excuse me? I gotTA reservation pardon me. I'm doing basil temperatures. I've got some minimum wage highschool drop. Excuse me who is scanning foreheads? And going to apply this data to a chart derm in whether your degree of Febrile l'idee nobody knows what what they're doing but I think I can't wait for the vaccines. What is the vaccine? Check You know. Is it tested while I? I can't tested any side effects No you know why. Everybody's so upset with the Hydroxy Clark with because the vaccine industry think about eight billion doses for every man woman child and inbetween on the planet versus some Kinda Cheap Hydroxy Clark win which proves to be effective in not vaccinating. You not preventing maybe but actually addressing the problem that that problem and then you've got this poor judge a General Flynn now mark. You're attorney and Prosecutor. Why the hell could adjudge takeover a case in prosecuted Kevin Judge Sullivan yes. Am I allowed to withdraw the plea? Well yes underworld eleven and others. Yes so the federal rules contemplate me pleading guilty under oath and then changing my mind and was drawing right yes. That's what the rule says. Yes without being charged with perjury for having live the wool. Says you can withdraw. If you like now you would think somebody was saying you never hear withdraw plea wipe because you play and we're not going to accounting inter facilitate or suborned perjury. What Flynn's doing? He's basically trying to avail himself of the rule. Which allows you to withdraw plea. Now the funny part of this is normally most most judges. Say Look I've got a docket. I kinda liked to speed up even big cases if the Department of Justice doesn't want their case. Hey Dismiss it. It's your case especially when the DOJ says whoa. Whoa wait a minute hold it. This is wrong. Yeah I mean the idea of what? This man has been through and you know mark. The thing I can't figure out is bar to your trust him. He's the only man I know who can tell you something and you feel good but nothing happens like he catherine herridge who was fantastic on. Cbs How they allow her to maintain her job on CBS. Where she basically puts out more. I think not pro trump appro pro justice stuff so bar six with her and says far as we're concerned what they do general funding what they did during the course of the transition is unconscionable and therefore severely calls into question the degree of due process that may have been violent wall general bar. Are you do anything about it? You know what about this? This judge is clearly an activist. A judge what can it be removed? What what can be done about him. What people that people? He's activists is in the mind the holder. But here's the best part you bring it you're bringing your judge you bring in gleason as it was of course. God. He's attorney gleason was a prosecutor himself. Judge Gleeson I mean. He retired judge. Now he's gotTa make money in real life but but but judge Gleeson when you were a prosecutor. Did you ever drop charge? Yes why did you do it? Because I had to to of justice rules. Did you ever law allow a defendant to withdraw plea? Maybe there was a mistake. Maybe there was coercion. Maybe yes well. Did anybody come in and stop them? No but that was okay. So you are familiar with defenders withdrawing their plea but this is different every time. This flint turned around. His legal. Bill is going through the roof. Can you think of one person there? One time where the Justice Department? What the trump administration has everyone very quickly two times? He's ever done that like Louis Palmer from taxi. The first one was when Nancy Pelosi had her trip to Afghanistan canceled and they basically redeposited the luggage in front of her office. No CAN'T DO NANCY. Sorry that was like yeah and the second time was bar trying to dismiss a bad case not one member of the deep state. Police State Intel State Shadow government Lulin class. Not One person has been indicted charged with a misdemeanor. Parking ticket messing. But we've got manafort engaging popadopoulos Roger Dona General Flynn so as far as our side goes. I think the good guys. We haven't had one person so out the entire trump tenure with sessions and bar. Not One person has been booked. Fingerprinted indicted nothing. You explain that one to me. How does that? That's the way Donald Trump has always been deep down. He's just not a ruthless guy. Can't pull the trigger on but he should have ruthless people around him. That's why you enjoy work together. Joe's the Nice Guy you're heartless cold bastards. That's the way that very ago perfect well you can watch lionel. On Youtube. Lionel nation at Youtube he's got millions of followers. They'RE LIONEL NATION AT YOUTUBE. A follow on twitter and all that stuff marks. Thank you so much for what you do before you appear to do what I mean that is thanks for being with us. oh check out the webpage a lot of good stuff up there as Joe Biden His brain is it's just shot just east. His brain is fried. Watch this yesterday. He's trying to discuss corona virus. But I can't remember the name of the virus Take a look at it Also here Seinfeld. Here's the corona virus episode of Sign of of Seinfeld. He also There are better electric cars coming. The Tesla could ever be much nicer. Look at look at they call him Tesla Killers Porsche Jaguar. Few other companies have looked at this one from BMW. This is the new electric car. This is the future. This thing is the most amazing looking thing. It's all up in the web. Page seven ten W. O. R. DOT COM SLASH Mark Seven Ten W. O. R. Dot Com Slash Mark Teak. Pc's the mark Simone woman show seven ten. W or hey a lot of stuff opening today. Connecticut is open. Stores Are Open. You can go to the mall go restaurants you can go to You can get you go into stores now You can go into. Let's say it's or Richards Greenwich Avenue there. You can you can go in The fitting rooms know we try on clothes. Those are closed now. What happens if you pick up a handbag or a person you look at it? You hold it you touch it. You put it over your shoulder. open it. You leave your hands all over now. What happens supposedly the employees who are all supposed to wear gloves and masks will then take it and put it into a quarantine Rome where nobody will touch it for days and Supposedly at the restaurant. When you get up and walk away from you table they will come out and they will spray it. Down with disinfectant spray. Everything disinfected Now of course. We're trusting this. I mean the water in their looks. Great with all of this spring. But I assume it's really disinfectant Did you do the story about the subways buying? Uv lights big EMC lights So I guess they could come up with something like that. They'll take the handbag into another room in UV. Light it inside outside and get rid of everything all the germs on it Of course it won't look like the same handbag when it comes out we'll be frayed. Burned in but Boy Would you give to be in the disinfectant business? Imagine if you just said Two Thousand and the fall of two thousand eighteen. I'M GONNA start making disinfectant fish in a fortune right now so We come back we'll over what's open. What you can do. Wake Goes Memorial Day weekend. We'll get to what we've got to get to Matt Lauer He's fighting back. I don't know why now but don't forget rush at noon a Hannity three. Actually at six o'clock I'm GONNA fill in for Buck sexton for an hour from six seven the night because he's going to the White House. Well we'll get to that later Back right after the news on seven ten W O R..
"lionel" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Did you ever drop charge? Yes? Why did you do it because I had to to? Of Justice rules. Did you ever law allow a defendant to withdraw plea? Maybe there was a mistake. Maybe there was coercion, maybe yes. Well, did anybody come in and stop them? No, but that was okay, so you are familiar with defenders withdrawing their plea, but this is different. Every time this flint turned around. His legal bill is going through the roof. Can you think of one person? There one time where the Justice Department. What the trump administration has everyone very quickly two times. He's ever done that. Like Louis, Palmer, from taxi. The first one was when Nancy Pelosi had her trip to Afghanistan canceled, and they basically redeposited the luggage in front of her office. No CAN'T DO NANCY. Sorry. That was like and the second time was bar trying to dismiss. Bad case, not one member of the deep state police state Intel state government Lulin class. Not One person has been indicted charged with a misdemeanor parking ticket messing. But we've got manafort engaging popadopoulos Roger Stone Dona General Flynn so as far as our side goes. I think the good guys. We haven't had mark one person so out the entire trump tenure with sessions and bar. Not One person has been booked fingerprinted indicted nothing. You explain that one to me. How does that? That's the way Donald. Trump has always been deep down. He's just not a ruthless guy. Can't pull the trigger on stuff. But he should have ruthless people around him. That's why you enjoy work together. Joe's the Nice Guy Your card cold bastards. That's the way that's very ago. Perfect well, you can watch Lionel on Youtube, Lionel nation at Youtube. He's got millions of followers. They're Lionel, nation at Youtube a follow on twitter and all that stuff. Marks. Thank you so much for what you do before. You appear to do what I mean that is. Thanks for being with us. oh check out the webpage a lot of good stuff up there as Joe Biden his brain is, it's just shot just east. His brain is Fried Watch this yesterday. He's trying to discuss corona virus, but I can't remember the name of the virus Take a look at it Oh, also here! Seinfeld, here's the corona virus episode of sign of of Seinfeld. He also there are. Better Electric, cars coming the Tesla could ever be much nicer. Look at look at they call him Tesla Killers Porsche Jaguar..
"lionel" Discussed on Mark Simone
"You should check out his shows Lionel nation at Youtube Lionel nation at Youtube Lionel how you doing? I'm doing terrific by the way you make fun of Joe Biden all the time. 'cause you know Joe Biden's out of his mind that Joe Biden is wary is Joe. Biden doesn't know how to pronounce Covet How many times have you ask? Joe Bartlett everyday. Joe North Carolina South Carolina South. Next Day job North Carolina's two choices thirty times into you finally get it right I'm kinda worried about you. All right you can't tell. Could you tell North Carolina from South Carolina? Don't don't even deign to. Solve these people you know mark. This is one of the most fascinating social experiment ever. This is really not about Cova by the race, not corona virus because there's seven of them. It's one in particular, but I'm finding people. That I thought I knew who are acting. Incredibly insane, not asking any questions just doing things. You all have these funds a friend of mine on Facebook I. Look at me I'm getting. My. I'm doing my part getting my getting. Anyone for check chess for what Larry? The the thing. What are they doing? You stick it Joe Rod in my nose. And what are the results? Go now. Are they checking for anybody? Well What did they do with What does that mean if you're positive prowl? It means Eh, you are. Are you in control of those findings? Well, what if YOU WANNA contest? Those you know I I'm just trying to do my part now going to say this, there's music you can come in if we check your temperature. Mr Simone. You're ninety eight, oh. You're ninety nine. Is that too high? I don't know I brought my own temperature. You'RE GONNA. Have Your own while I'm going to challenge you as I can to be at Wimbledon. Referee what are you got a hundred or one I got ninety eight nine. Oh. That's. What does that mean? Can you imagine excuse me? I gotTa Reservation Pardon me I'm doing basil temperatures I've got some minimum wage highschool drop. Excuse me, who is scanning foreheads and going to apply this data to a chart. To German whether your degree of Febrile l'idee. Nobody knows what what they're doing, but I think I can't wait for the vaccines. What is the vaccine check You know. Is it tested while I? I can't tested any side effects No, you know why. Everybody's so upset with the Hydroxy Clark with because the vaccine industry think about eight billion doses for every man woman, child and Inbetween on the planet. Versus some Kinda cheap hydroxy Clark win, which proves to be effective. In, not vaccinating you. Not Preventing maybe. But actually addressing the problem that that problem, and then you've got this poor judge a General Flynn now mark. You're attorney and prosecutor why the Hell could adjudge takeover a case in prosecuted. Kevin Judge Sullivan. Yes. Am I allowed to withdraw the plea? Well? Yes, underworld eleven and others, yes, so the federal rules contemplate me pleading guilty under oath, and then changing my mind and was drawing right. Yes, that's what the rule says. Yes, without being charged with perjury for having live, the wool says you can withdraw if you like. Now. You would think somebody was saying you never hear. Withdraw Plea, wipe because you pled under oath, and we're not going to accounting inter facilitate or suborned perjury. What Flynn's doing. He's basically trying to avail himself of the rule which allows you to withdraw plea now. The funny part of this is normally most most judges say look. I've got a docket. I kinda liked to speed up even big cases. If the Department of Justice doesn't want their case, Hey dismiss it. It's your case especially when the DOJ says Whoa Whoa wait a minute. Hold it. This is wrong. Yeah, I mean the idea of what this man has been through. and. You know mark the thing. I can't figure out. Is Bar to your trust him. He's the only man I know who can tell you something. And you feel good. But nothing happens like he catherine Herridge, who was fantastic on CBS how they allow her to maintain her job on CBS where she basically puts out more. I think not pro trump appro, pro justice stuff so bar six with her and says. We're concerned what they do. Their general funding what they did during the course of the transition is on. And therefore severely calls into question, the degree of due process that may have been violent wall general bar. Are you do anything about it, you know. What about this? This judge is clearly an activist a judge. What can it be removed what? About him. What people that people he's. Activists is in the mind the holder, but here's the best part you bring it. You're bringing your judge. You bring in gleason. As it was of course God, he's attorney. GLEASON was a prosecutor himself judge Gleeson I mean. He retired judge now he's gotTa make money in real life, but but but judge Gleeson when you were a prosecutor. Did you ever drop charge? Yes? Why did you do it because I had to to? Of Justice rules. Did you ever law allow a defendant to withdraw plea? Maybe there was a mistake. Maybe there was coercion, maybe yes. Well, did anybody come in and stop them? No, but that was okay, so you are familiar with defenders withdrawing their plea, but this is different. Every time this flint turned around. His legal bill is going through the roof. Can you think of one person? There one time where the Justice Department. What the trump administration has everyone very quickly two times. He's ever done that. Like Louis, Palmer, from taxi. The first one was when Nancy Pelosi had her trip to Afghanistan canceled, and they basically redeposited the luggage in front of her office. No CAN'T DO NANCY. Sorry. That was like and the second time was bar trying to dismiss. Bad case, not one member of the deep state police state Intel state government Lulin class. Not One person has been indicted charged with a misdemeanor parking ticket messing. But we've got manafort engaging popadopoulos Roger Stone Dona General Flynn so as far as our side goes. I think the good guys. We haven't had mark one person so out the entire trump tenure with sessions and bar. Not One person has been booked fingerprinted indicted nothing. You explain that one to me. How does that? That's the way Donald. Trump has always been deep down. He's just not a ruthless guy. Can't pull the trigger on stuff. But he should have ruthless people around him. That's why you enjoy work together. Joe's the Nice Guy Your card cold bastards. That's the way that's very ago. Perfect well, you can watch Lionel on Youtube, Lionel nation at Youtube. He's got millions of followers. They're Lionel, nation at Youtube a follow on twitter and all that stuff. Marks. Thank you so much for what you do before. You appear to do what I mean that is. Thanks for being with us. oh check out the webpage a lot of good stuff up there as Joe Biden his brain is, it's just shot just east. His brain is Fried Watch this yesterday. He's trying to discuss corona virus, but I can't remember the name of the virus Take a look at it Oh, also here! Seinfeld, here's the corona virus episode of sign of of Seinfeld. He also there are. Better Electric, cars coming the Tesla could ever be much nicer. Look at look at they call him Tesla Killers Porsche Jaguar..
"lionel" Discussed on Mark Simone
"You should check out his shows Lionel nation at Youtube Lionel nation at Youtube Lionel how you doing? I'm doing terrific by the way you make fun of Joe Biden all the time. 'cause you know Joe Biden's out of his mind that Joe Biden is wary is Joe. Biden doesn't know how to pronounce Covet How many times have you ask? Joe Bartlett everyday. Joe North Carolina South Carolina South. Next Day job North Carolina's two choices thirty times into you finally get it right I'm kinda worried about you. All right you can't tell. Could you tell North Carolina from South Carolina? Don't don't even deign to. Solve these people you know mark. This is one of the most fascinating social experiment ever. This is really not about Cova by the race, not corona virus because there's seven of them. It's one in particular, but I'm finding people. That I thought I knew who are acting. Incredibly insane, not asking any questions just doing things. You all have these funds a friend of mine on Facebook I. Look at me I'm getting. My. I'm doing my part getting my getting. Anyone for check chess for what Larry? The the thing. What are they doing? You stick it Joe Rod in my nose. And what are the results? Go now. Are they checking for anybody? Well What did they do with What does that mean if you're positive prowl? It means Eh, you are. Are you in control of those findings? Well, what if YOU WANNA contest? Those you know I I'm just trying to do my part now going to say this, there's music you can come in if we check your temperature. Mr Simone. You're ninety eight, oh. You're ninety nine. Is that too high? I don't know I brought my own temperature. You'RE GONNA. Have Your own while I'm going to challenge you as I can to be at Wimbledon. Referee what are you got a hundred or one I got ninety eight nine. Oh. That's. What does that mean? Can you imagine excuse me? I gotTa Reservation Pardon me I'm doing basil temperatures I've got some minimum wage highschool drop. Excuse me, who is scanning foreheads and going to apply this data to a chart. To German whether your degree of Febrile l'idee. Nobody knows what what they're doing, but I think I can't wait for the vaccines. What is the vaccine check You know. Is it tested while I? I can't tested any side effects No, you know why..
"lionel" Discussed on Mark Simone
"He's GonNa Visit Implant today and in this plant. They require everybody to wear masks so as asking. What is the president wearing masks? Quasi wearing a mask in every briefing start. Why don't you wearing a mask and Have you ever heard Cuomo takes questions everyday? Nobody nobody's ever said to him. A Y you wearing a mask and he does the briefings from a different part of the state every day one days in buffalo one days in Queens at the MTA headquarters. I think yesterday was at North. Long Angel. Traveling all over the state never with a mask on. Nobody ever asked him that. They asked the president every the favorite part of the briefing when he takes questions and fake news into their act and then the president has to respond. We've announced a plan. We're opening up our country. Just rude person. You are. Yeah that was her. When are you gonNA come up with a plan to do all day? They're they got five thousand people putting together a plan older. She actually said why. Don't you have a plan on how to Ryoko? We've announced a plan. We're opening up our country. Just a rude person. You are Y- so But listen let's remember if you look at Florida. They have a bigger population than New York. City they've got Miami which has got his bottom many people as a New York City and densely populated. And they've got other major cities like Orlando and Tampa They had like a thousand cases. Are Thousand deaths and we had a phenomenal number They had forty thousand total cases. We have three hundred and forty thousand. They get totally out of control not to mention Their budget is totally balanced. Ours was ten billion before this even started so cuomo become the hero. Go Round. The Santa's isn't the here. Well we know the answer to that liberal PL- privilege of course now Governor Cuomo made possibly the dumbest mistakes ever threw out every step of this crisis from not shutting down. Now we're looking back at it. Said he didn't shut down fast enough. The Santa's shut down at a much earlier stage. I don't mean the date but it's how many cases you know disentis like a thousand cases shut the state down. Cuomo wait until whatever was twenty thousand cases before shutting down so we shutdown way. Too late governor. Cuomo made this the dumbest decision ever in history of Sending Corona virus patients into the nursing homes Remember even had a rule allowed no visitors no family or visitors in the nursing home. They were worried. These people might have The virus but when it came to the people that definitely had the virus just got tested for the virus. They're sick with the virus. He ordered the nursing homes to take them telling them they can't take the family or visitors but they could take the P- The people with virus and spread it all over the place four thousand senior citizens dead as a result. Now give the governor credit for this. This was a smart decision for him. He then secretly snuck into the recent budget. A law that you cannot sue a nursing home now so if you're one of the relatives of somebody that this decision killed you can't sue the nursing home now. Can you imagine that is one? Sneaky GOVERNOR ISN'T IT SNEAKY? He does that. Do you gotta give them credit. That's pretty smart anyway. Let's go to Kevin Fairfield Connecticut. Hey Kevin how you doing mark mark? I'm just calling to say just calling to say thank you just calling to say thank you for not taking a single day off through this whole thing for being there for us every single day you and joe both honestly it means so much. You've taken this all really seriously like your responsibility to us. It's been amazing and that's why I'm calling true. I think every day at noon people should lean out their window and blow horns and banged pots for me in jail. I don't see that ideas not going over so no no no no. It's still happens every night. At seven o'clock I hear a banging a rattling. I think it's my my dishwasher's broken or something I say. Go into what the hell's that noise and then I realized it's seven o'clock banging their pots outside But it's it's well deserved for those frontline healthcare workers. They are doing incredible work. Let's go to Vincent in Brooklyn Vincent. Good Morning Mock Rock. I S. I spoke to yesterday. I had my research revisit. What my doctor. Finally this is one of the top Manhattan. I suppose they're going to perform the surgery. Can we can we ask what it is? This all slugging day. I think they want Frank removing so Anyway they the doctors did not have kind words for Andrew Cuomo and Dr Fao. One of them called cheat. I'm Chad doctor. And the whole controversy surrounding hydroxy chloroquine one of the doctors while they were working me. Say Hey look if you. If you know. The person the country indications their previous conditions It's fine more more often than not and Another thing They also trashed. Cuomo on is not using Us As conflict the hospital ship and not using the Javid Center and also When all of this was done at two and a half hour work up the doctor takes me in his office de Doctrine says. Look almost still king. Cuomo still has this on lockdown. And we'RE NOT GONNA be able to do your surgery until so tell the truth. Be honest what is this is a sex change. Tell us what it is what are you. I'm old school man I'm only kidding you but I day And they even said I mean. This is totally unnecessary for most surgeries. Because you even get to be in the hospital overnight more often than not just. It's just really a power trip and a lot of these guys afraid to speak out because They'll they'll doug kicked CUOMO's for sending inspectors and pull their licenses to be careful because they worked for major hospital chains mark Vincent Good Luck with. I hope you get it. Thanks for help you get the surgery. Thanks you know killing these hospitals in these doctors that the can't do the elective surgery because that's ninety percent of their revenue under normal times when you talk to doctors. They all hate vouching. They used to love them two months. Now they realize you can't at one of the complaints about Fatty He's in bed with big Pharma. Bill Gates the World Health Organization he was recommending chloroquine. Five years ago. Ten years ago for Corona viruses suddenly against it And the other problem with him. He's never worked as a doctor. He's a clinical researcher. A whatever the hell he is. He's a politician with a stethoscope but he's never worked as a doctor. He's never treated a patient in his life. That's one reason. Deborah burkes is very good. It's GonNa much better background than faculty and somewhere in that background for fourteen years. She treated patients at Walter. Reed hospitals doctor so she knows about prescribing medicating watching cases all the way through. Anyway when we come back Lionel will be with us. You'll get to the bottom of what the hell's really going on with these people But I on seven ten W..
"lionel" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Make sure you can take it. If you've got any kind of certain conditions, you can't take it, but in all. All the cases they've used it on different great success dramatically brought down the symptoms, and it saved a lot of lives, but they're telling me now. Because of what fake news has been doing, they give it to. People and people are afraid to take it, so there were actually worried. There could be a death or two from people, not taking their hydroxy Clark. Don't listen to fake news. Your doctors know what they're doing when your doctor tells you. Hill check your medical history and your heart and your ekg and your other medicines. If he tells you to take it, it's okay to take it. They usually give it with a z pack or with zinc vitamin. C. But it's working on everybody, but you know what I've decided. The birth this and even doctors have said they think this. it it. It does work, but no one's convinced. One hundred percent of works preventative wise. They're not sure it can absolutely prevent it. In fact, they don't think it can really prevent it. What they think is. If you're about to get it, because Kita Hydroxy Clark. Get it in the earliest stage. You can get it if you can get it on day one. It's going to really help you, so they think if the president's taking if that's true. that he must have had a much bigger exposure than what's being reported. You know there was what was the story that Valet that he that served them lunch. HAS THAT NOW? That makes sense that makes sense. If, somebody else had yeah, because bunch of doctors have told me that if they had them start on drastically that that means the valid interest bringing a classic coke put down and leave. He must have been in the room for twenty minutes here and there. Must have been around a lot and it must have been a couple of other if if they think there was some serious exposure to the. That's why they would start him on it so if he's taken it. You know if he's really taken it. That would be the reason why so We got Have you been around anybody who later got it. That happens sometimes. No, no I haven't been near anyone. Thank God yeah. Yeah, and I've been careful I'm going to go, but what's like I was with somebody or are. They ran into start talking to me too long or they got too close. and you start to worry about it came right up to. He's talking me so now. I call the person like a few days later. Just make sure they're okay. I call them But five days later. How you doing everything good? found. Then I do for fourteen days because fourteen days is the longest incubation then on the fourteenth I call Sunday sound great and he's fine. I JUST WANNA. See how you doing now. The Guy Thinks I love him. Calling him. We want to know how he's doing I. Hope they notice that after fourteen days I never talked to you again. You got to that so. Connecticut is reopening today. You'll be now. Here's the problem. They're GONNA do outdoor dining and Connecticut as great outdoor restaurants, but. you're going to now be dependent on the weather. I was checking the forecast It's Memorial Day weekend looks pretty good. It'll be like in the. Upper sixties you can eat outside in the upper sixties, but look It looks like rains possible one of these nights, but the most crucial thing is getting US reopen getting people back to work especially this area New York. You know we have a million people in the tri-state area, the work in the restaurant industry or depend on it. You gotta get them back to work. Did you watch the president yesterday? Do the roundtable with all the restaurant owners yeah, I was reading. The fake news went after him. They said Oh the president was awful. It was. Was cringe-worthy watching and talk to these guys. And they pointed to the Thomas Keller, segment! Thomas. Keller is one of the three or four chefs in America in the world. per se in new. York French kitchen in California, and he kept interrupting. Thomas Keller was cringe-worthy article, said I went and watched it. I could see why he was interrupting Keller's Great Guy. He's a genius makes the best cooking videos you'll ever see. You could never cook anything in his videos. It's too complicated. You'd have to set aside three years of your life one of these dishes. But Keller was talking about his problems. Now with suppliers. You can't get supplied and trump was asking. What do you mean like butter? You can't get because we'll have to have a certain kind of butter. And he said it's very important to get the butter from certain months of the year where the cows eating the right type of green grass, because of it's a little later in the year there eating. Hey, and it can affect the flavor of his butter. So this is why trump was cutting them off. Realizes their millions of people in the heartland of America, starving to death who can't afford a can of tuna? And this guy is worried about what the cow ate that he got the butter. Butter might be a list. that. That's why trump is president because he actually stays in contact with the real world. He's not a guy who's ever gonNA. Eat Any Thomas Keller anything I've seen president trump's diet. It's a Cheeseburger, a club sandwich, grilled cheese, a milkshake, a steak, and that's about it. There's no. Fee. Chef came out of the way to came back to the table, said Mr. Trump I'm sorry. We don't have any butter with the cows eating green green grass, the cows eating. Hey, would that be okay? It's not something. He's. So now this is, it's hard to believe. This is Memorial Day weekend coming up. I cannot believe it so the beaches. will be open in long, island and so the beaches in New York. City are the only thing close right. The governor's open the beaches. And it's only here in New York. So what would that be? That would be rockaway Queens. Brooklyn Coney. Island all that. Kinda stuff now you can. Mayor has set it up, so you can go to the beach, but you can't go in the water. You can't near the water. You can look at the sand. You can't sit on the sand you can Walk on the beach, but you got to walk very fast. Don't stop. So what is he thinking? You know you cannot get the virus in very bright sunlight I mean. If if somebody came right up and spit in your face, you might get it, but the virus is killed in bright sunlight. It doesn't transmit very well by the way yesterday was very windy, so I talked to. Some people think I'm afraid to go out in the win. They save somebody, coughs or sneezes droplets come out. They could go six feet, and then you read these crazy reports. It can go ten feet fifteen feet if it's really windy. People got worried, so I asked a few experts on this, they said high wind is better. It disperses the virus all over the place. It's less likely to. In high winds, so if you get a bright sunny day with a lot of wind, you're all, said Actually, a very humid.
Former President Obama gives Commencement Address, mentions Ahmad Arbery case
"Former president Barack Obama mentioning the shooting of a modern armory during a virtual commencement speech to minority members of the class of twenty twenty A. B. C.'s Lionel movies with more president Barack Obama delivering the commencement address in a virtual ceremony for graduates from historically black colleges and universities in his speech Obama passionately calling out inequality to be honest a disease like best just spotlights the underlying inequalities and extra burdens that black communities have historically had to deal with in this country Obama also encourage Gratz to step up if they want to see
Lionel Richie to answer questions about American Idol on Facebook live
"What you're getting an invitation from Lionel Richie Tooting doubt that invite this morning fans they can join us live on Facebook at seven tonight you can even ask questions and chat with him about American idol before this week's episode
Brett Young On Being Quarantined Away from His Family + Matt Ramsey, Lead Singer of Old Dominion on His Many No. 1s
"Welcome to episode two thirty seven by the way. If you missed the talk with Lionel Richie go back in episode pretty cool. This is talkline Ritchie. Pretty cool and I could talk on American idol and friend but pretty cool to get to nerd out and ask them about stuff that I just. Don't ask friends real career interview Type Questions. When you're hanging out mostly it's like. Hey how was that lunch? It's never like Yo dude. Tell me about nineteen seventy nine. He's like the one impression I can do these things. I do spend enough time with winery where I can my friend. Let me tell you. It was nineteen eighty one. The commodores were blowing up the charts. Such like the one impression. I do a better than Luke but go back and episode if you want. I don't know what you're doing quarantine then maybe. Listen to the PODCAST. If you WANNA check out amy's it's called four things with Amy Brown Kelly. Hendersonville has the velvets edge. Podcasts kind of style. And you know a life. Podcast called the VELVETS EDGE. It Chuck Caroline hobbies. She has one called. Whats up. Get Real get real it is. I was watching her instagram today and her husband was playing a song. I think he was gonNA play. Do One of these acoustic songs. Everybody's doing and He's starts to play in. There's a snake under him on the picnic table freaks out and takes off running pretty funny but all jokes aside I get real with Caroline Hobby pretty cool where she talks to a lot of the wives of country stars. Interesting interesting ideas talked a lot of really strong women. But why to this? As you know is music podcast. What's great about this one? This episode is that since. Everyone's quarantined in basically. Just go like Yo you WanNa talk. And they're like yeah. Why not so? We Got Matt Ramsey from Old Dominion coming up. Who was going to be in for the first time. But Coronas scare got us and then bright young who first time to catch up with him I had seen. He was living on his tour bus because his wife and daughter in his house and he didn't WanNa get him sick but he can tell you that story coming up so I I like. This episode is to artists. Br Young I Matt Ramsey from Old Dominion Second. And if you like this and you don't mind share this until your friends. And and give us a five star rating before we go. Let me check out. Mike's podcast if you like movies movie. Mike's movie podcast. Growth numbers over there. Yeah I love doing it so people can check it out to tell you. I have a friend that works for NAT. Geo is one of the big dogs. There's Terry I don't know. Is he going to hear this or not? But he sent me a note talking about. Listen to your podcast really. Yeah that's crazy. Yeah Bigwig. He's really I. I like him because he's a fun guy to talk to. And our sensibilities are pretty similar. And he's worked with. I'm N Del. He's he's worked with a lot of really cool people But now he works on the talent side. Nat. Go and he's basically the guy that was like. Hey you know let whenever I did Barrels was him and according monroe the president there that really balanced for me but anyway he liked that movie. Mike movie podcast. I didn't even ask him what he's crazy. Yeah Yeah Yeah so check it out. Movie Mike's Movie podcast. What's the last episode? He did so according teen movie playlist so a bunch of franchises. You can drive now. I recommend them okay. Movies topped a bench time. Right now. Morgan The star wars movies. Watch all nine star. Wars movie A weekend crazy okay. Check it out. Here is today's podcasts. Here's the latest episode. Hope you like it and if you do go check out some old ones. We got a lot of good ones up here for some of your favorite stars all right by your work going on how you doing. Oh you know just the same thing gram over here like everybody you know I. I saw some of the stuff. We're on your tour bus. Are you out there for a reason? So you don't get your wife or kids sick or what's the story behind that because we went out we were at that festival in Europe One of the shows was in Berlin right when the big outbreak head over there and so like when I got home you know. We came home early because it the travel ban hit halfway into our trip. But I just I had been to like Amsterdam Berlin Stockholm and Oslo. And I've been like six planes and I was just like you know if this can take fourteen minutes for fourteen days for sympathy show. I feel fine now. But what if I start having symptoms and I've already holding my baby and sleeping in bed with my wife and I just didn't want to take the risk of you can fake it sometimes. Hey what was that? Like when you're in Europe and you know in the early part of Corona and we're kind of figuring out that it's a pretty real thing and you know some of our institutions are going to be moved because of it in your out of the country. What happens to you I over there? It was pretty scary. The second show was Was Berlin and the afternoon of the show like three o'clock. There government came out and said like no gatherings of I think it was five hundred at the time or bigger and I don't know how because that was at three o'clock still played the show I headlined was like four thousand people so I don't really i. That was kind of scary because they're saying it's not safe to have that big approve and we're just playing our show anyway But I think you know as it went on. That was the beginning of of other government. Starting you put that restriction on on public gatherings and stuff and by the time we were in Oslo We had one club show left before we were GonNa go to the UK and play the other big three arena shows and like an hour before the show. Their government came out and said Like fifty people or less than we're going to this is this is like we're being irresponsible by staying over here so we actually booked our flights home like two hours before trump came out with the travel ban so it was It was I I mean. I don't think it's I think people over here think that it's a little bit crazier over in Europe. It felt kind of the same everybody anxiety. is kind of palpable. Just like it is here right now. but it was just weird to not be home and know that you were running the risk of maybe getting stuck over there. Did you ask how much flights costs to get back or did you just go? GimMe all I know how much they cost it was. It was definitely a low blow. Yeah you don't WanNA share I mean I know honestly I don't want to be It's it's pay. I will say this because we booked ours two hours before the travel ban. Yeah we got them before. They went up to like an unreasonable number. And I know some people that waited I know ours. Ours doubled from when we bought him to two hours later. And who makes that call in your group? Was it you going. Hey we got to go It wasn't we had our finger on that button the whole time and it was The the club shows I was playing in Stockholm and Oslo. Were just Me and my music records are just two guitars. Little 'cause Dick Loves and So my manager was actually on that run they were just for us and it was kind of me and my manager like watching the news on the regular but we both looked at each other when the when the Oslo at the venue in the show got cancelled and we went. We gotta go. It was like we like you know you make eye contact with somebody and you know you're on the same page. Yeah it was one of those deals. So yeah I mean he wouldn't. He wouldn't have pulled that trigger without me But it was something that we knew was a possibility the whole time so you get off the plane and since you knew all this happening you didn't hug your wife or kiss your baby or anything like that. No so all I did. Was I went home? I left all my luggage. My backpack my suitcase. everything in the garage because it can live on surfaces for three days. I undressed in the garage Showered through my towel straight into the laundry through stuff in a bag and drove to the bus. What are you doing for food? Not You don't have like maybe cheerios from bus stock. But how you eating We had some stuff I had probably two days worth of food But then I've been doing in Takhar like grocery orders and just having them leave it outside the bus and then wiping down every item with wipes one at a time before I put it. Bring it into the bus. I'm assuming you feel alright healthy right just almost you almost done with this right great. Yeah I feel I don't have any symptoms and You know when I decided to do this. They were still saying it. Takes five days to show symptoms and then on Day Two? They changed it to fourteen and I was like. Oh I thought joke on me. Are you doing any solo writing while you're on the bus? I've kind of mess with it a little bit. But I'm you know with everything that's going on in like there's a ton of business decisions to be made right now as shows are getting postponed and moved in all of that that I kind of. It's been hard to put on the creative hat. I definitely have a guitar in here that I've been like fooling around with and it usually ends up just not going anywhere because I got too many other things on my mind so Once I get home and I've got WIFI situation. Start doing like virtual rights and stuff. But I just haven't really been I haven't really had the but To be creative if you don't have wi fi or a strong signal. Are you able to watch Netflix? Yeah so luckily The streaming things not happening but Direct TV has all the movie channels. Alkyl so I've I've seen every movie in the world now. Well what's good? What did you watch it was gay? 'cause I'm struggling now a little bit except for Tiger King on Fox. I'm just searching around. Yeah I've I've I've so once I get home tiger kings. My wife started. He started. And she's sticking You Know I. I don't know if you follow my sows. But one day I literally watched all of the Rockies. In in one day that was great What's the best one because I have my feelings Best Rocky best one. We'll both pick one. Which which is the best rocky it hort say but I think Rav four with the Russian of me
Country music icon Kenny Rogers dead at age 81
"Country music icon Kenny Rogers has died at the age of eighty one or Jason Fraley takes a look back at his career born in Houston in nineteen thirty eight Kenny Rogers gained fame in the psychedelic rock group first issue with hits like just dropped in in ruby don't take your love to town he went solo for the nineteen seventy seven country hit zero and his signature poker metaphor the gambling no more hits followed like Howard County and Lionel Richie produced late in shining armor the beaches wrote his Dolly Parton duet highlands he joined all star African relief in we are the world hit number one again would buy me a rose at age sixty one and in pop culture his rotisserie chicken chain Kenny Rogers roasters inspired a classic Seinfeld episode before his finality song for home improvement never seen
An almost literally explosive 'American Idol' episode: Gas leak leads to emergency evacuation
"It was American idol and in a clip of an episode on Sunday Katy Perry Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie there's a there's an all star judging panel for you were forced to pause auditions due to a gas leak you guys smell gas it's pretty intense with Katy Perry we're getting heavy propane said Luke Bryan two of the producers I have a slight headache from Katy Perry says she stands up to leave leave the studio it's bad it's really bad and over she goes I'm not feeling so good she says no she falls to the ground the judges along with the show's host Ryan Seacrest and mentor Bobby bones are back for another unforgettable season of idol it says says here will be unforgettable unforgettable right here on forget it will be on your death bed talking about it
U.S. women's soccer players seek $66M in discrimination suit
"They may be one of America's most successful sports teams about the women's national soccer team still gets no respect when it comes to pay so all the players are going to fight for it in court corresponded Lionel Molly's reports more than sixty six million dollars in damages that's what players on the U. S. women's national soccer team are seeking as part of a gender discrimination suit against the US soccer foundation the women's team winning multiple world cups but players say pay and benefits are on equal to men the women were undefeated all last season before the World Cup victory the case goes to trial may fifth in Los Angeles U. S. soccer meantime as ours for that case to be dismissed earlier this month a players union for the men's national team urge the federation to sharply increase pay for the women's team it also accuse the government body of making low ball offers in current contract negotiations with the men's
'American Idol' kicks off its new season Sunday, and some of the auditions were filmed in Milwaukee
"Ago speaking of American idol the new season premiere Sunday night on ABC I'll be back as a mentor Luke Bryan Katy Perry Lionel Richie all returned as judges and Ryan Seacrest as host so check it out
Get ready for a new season of "American Idol"
"Season three of American idol returns Sunday night at ABC's Jason Nathanson got some advice from the judges about hitting the right now in auditions is on hello you've been waiting for your whole life your big audition in front of American idol judges Katy Perry Brian and Lionel Richie you're ready to kill it so what's the biggest mistake you can make do a performing one of our songs this one number two going to get them through because we are just so thousands of in addition over the past few months hoping to make it to Hollywood and they've been making mistakes like picking
"lionel" Discussed on FT Politics
"The West could do business with the same time. There were one or two moments of real tension off to the record summit. Reagan essentially wanted to get rid of nuclear missiles and Margaret Thatcher was pulled as well. They were diverging views on Bush and Thatcher on Germany formation. As I say she was also pulled by the invasion of Grenada but largely it was more the world view of dealing with Russia managing the end of the Cold War and the West was right and had the might and then also obviously deregulation just the whole sense of weaken the state. If you remember Reagan's is comment about seven. Most Cherry was in the English language. I'm from the government. Hi How can I help. Margaret Thatcher could have easily said that but then of course the fact she is tenants the Meiji Agius. And I think I've heard you say a couple of times before the John. Major was quite an underrated prime minister that he won the ninety two election when nobody expected him to. But it also of course he achieved Maastricht. Which you've said was cake and eat it? It was a good deal for the UK. He was underrated in the sense that had to manage judge a very slim majority in parliament. And therefore he was vulnerable but he warned against expectations. That ninety-two election against Neil Kinnock. What what then happened of course was a disaster? The explosion of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism that we had joined which was a fixed but adjustable title exchange rate system where we thought this would tame inflation and maybe it was a prelude to joining a single currency probably not but we joined joined the wrong rate and it exploded in Nineteen ninety-two and the Conservatives reputation for solid economic policy exploited by the way Nigel Olsson now. A big eurosceptic skeptic favored joining the are just want to say that but the crucial point was that John Major and can clog and Norman Lamont want reconstituted British economic policy and it was a great success and they left a great legacy for Tony Blair nineteen ninety-seven indeed and of course when Gordon Brown eventually came in he followed the same spending lose. Ken Clarke done over his previous couple of years as onslaught probably a mistake. Actually they could have eased up up a bit. They overcooked as I remember in ninety nine two thousand on the public spending but they were so keen to have credibility in the markets. What what they didn't do? I always remember this. They had one hundred seventy nine seat. Majority this was extraordinary. Lack crushed the conservatives in ninety-seven and and yet they were still worried about Europe. And I can remember in European summit in the Netherlands. ninety-seven Alister Campbell. Bounding over to me. And I'd known him when he was a Daily Mirror political editor under the Reagan Thatcher years. And he said what is this year of politics. That sort of summed up where we were going but when you look at that email see John Major is now come out as one of the biggest voices since in his retirement for the European caused. But then you sold the split splitting the Conservative Party was opening and many of the characters who oppose Maastricht under the same people who led the brexit campaign many decades later he managed to hold it together. He kept the summit together in that period when you moved to bustles and was the. FTC's bureau chief that. How did the major government representative south in those summits? How engaged was Britain? Because one of the things that you skeptics have always said is. Britain didn't have an influence bitten. Didn't have a voice. Well this is just not true. First of all on the security side we very very important. We were influential in the Balkans conflict. Douglas Hurd was then foreign secretary. Latterly Malcolm Rifkind. We will a serious Powell. With a serious worldview. Second we will always influential in trade matters is where we represented the free trade wing influencing the Germans and containing the French third. We were always influential on the rules around the single angle market. We were respected in that respect full we backed enlargement I to Austria Sweden and Finland. No way didn't make it and then to central and eastern Europe we had a massive influence. So this is completely rewriting history. What we did have would to awkward things? One was the beef war. We had the scandal so we had a beat boycott from the U.. And John Major's suffered that it was grim period and I think the the other point was he had a slim majority and so he looked a bit weak. I remember helmet. Kohl's national security advisor saying to me the trouble Johm Asia's and he did a sort of wavy. TV motion with his hand. He said he's like a skier. He's always sort of skiing around things but of course you only got a slim majority. That's what happens before we get to the blaze. There is one think I think the major era that we should mention the F.. T. which I still hear from conservative. MP's today which was a nineteen ninety-two election endorsement. Now says long before you became editor it was not your core but when the FT endorsed Neil Kinnock in nineteen ninety two. That was very infamous moment. That's gone down in the paper's history. Well I was actually fortunately absolutely in Berkeley California on Sabbatical after my tour in Washington and before going to Brussels and I remember being asked to give a lecture at Berkeley on the coming general election and I finished it with saying. I'm not really sure what's going to happen but I can be sure about. One thing that the Financial Times would not endorse Neil Okay and when people go back to read that leader extraordinary piece because basically makes the case for John Major accepting the power graph then swerves towards. Actually it's time unhealed kinnock. Yeah I think maybe some mice got to Attack it just before Winston print and we were criticized very heavily but we got through that I think people hold that over us and it's you know it's nearly thirty years ago. Please come you know have a statute of limitation so we come to the black bound years and you still in Brussels this poem before you came back as news editor of the F.. T. Antoni black came in on a very pro-european wave and he was also in favor of the euro. And eventually Gordon Gordon vowed turned against it advised by his then chief advisor later shadow. Chancellor Ed balls how did you see bless approach to you because it strikes you when you read back He. He came in on time to take a different approach. The Meteo and be fully integrated Orland now with you but then pressured by maybe some parts of the press some pots public opinion. He became pretty eurosceptic in some ways. Well I see it slightly differently. Set the first thing is to remember is how big black was laws in Europe. At the beginning he was seen as the young leader. Who got it right? How to win a huge majority the new Third Way and he just towered over all of his counterparts because Helmet Kohl was on his way out just fine Europe? I mean play was the big new thing. I think that Gordon Brown had serious economic doubts about joining the single currency. I think they were right. Peter Mandelson was whispering in Tony Blair's he is saying if you want to be a real. Your opinion should join Tony Blair. was you know. He's flexible shall we say. I'm not sure he absolutely committed but he gave the impression that he favored it. And do you think looking back on that debate the UK made the right decision about the US. No question because at that point obviously there was a huge huge debate. It's the first time dominic. Cummings now the Plymouth chief advisor in is probably going to shape. A lot of his government entered into the national picture because he ran the business for sterling campaign at that moment and what is interesting. There are some people I remember our Gideon Rachman with someone who is skeptical of joining the euro but that was a point again the ratcheting up of US skepticism for muster in the ninety S. Until we come to Brexit so this is fine they were right business sterling. This absolutely right and Dominic Cummings around Britain campaign but what they tend understand. was that again. We had cake and eat it. We were the offshore trade and Financial Center. Where all the money from the euro zone? We're capital flows around the single currency increased dramatically. They came to London. They didn't go to Frankfurt Onto Brussels or to Paris so we had the best of both worlds out of the single currency but took advantage of the single currency throughout financial. Send and I want to ask you about George W Bush and Tony Black. Because that's relationship. You must've watch developed over a period of time that what was it that drew those too close together was it. Tony Blair is designed to be a statesman because that was probably one of the mall closest special relationship since the faction Vega era. Well it's funny because the Brits were worried because Bla- actually had a very good relationship with Bill Clinton politically. They were very close David. The Third Way Third Way politicians. So I think Tony Blair was very anxious to get close to George W Bush. He saw this as the key relationship and of course I was a little bit of naive not enough to nine eleven. Everything changed. It was fine to get close to George W Bush from the Americans on invasion of Afghanistan and toppling. The Taliban the problem was faced too. And I remember having a tool with senior adviser to Tony Blair and he said you know. That's Iraq phase two we invade Iraq. That's a whole thing and the neo. Cons drove the policy and then when France sherack can should in Germany pushed back against the neons and against invasion of Blair found himself. We gotta choose and he thought he could influence Bush and the debate in the UN and get a UN resolution. Of course we failed and this was a disaster. Now you you became editor of the F.. T. In two thousand and five which was around the time of Tony. Blessed third and final and Labor's last election victory. We should point out as well then and that was when the mood began to move towards Gordon bound. He became promise to in two thousand seven. Of course he was hit very quickly with the financial crisis. Which I'm sure your degrees being if not the one of the defining finding stories of your editorship at the F.? T. Gordon bound is highly lauded as the guy who saved not just the. UK's according but a lot of the world banking system as well now but is often criticized. Prime Minister has not been too successful. Do you think history might be kind to Gordon Brown because of his role in the Christ. Oh there's no question that Gordon Brown played a leadership role in the global financial crisis. We were earlier to spot the flaws in the financial system. What needed to be done? In terms of recapitalizing the banks. I think we would take him very seriously. Around the table and we showed a leadership role with Nicolas Sarkozy than the Americans came in and finally he dealt with therein banking problem and the problem was the Europeans not responding so yes I do think that people will be kind to Golden Brown and then the Ft. Which I guess was your first? Election Dawson backed the Conservatives in twenty ten much to Gordon Brown's displeasure. I'm sure leaves a very unhappy but can imagine that phone call. What was the reason that you decided that Labour had had enough of that point that it was enough it was time for a change? Actually it wasn't a phone call. It was a conversation in person who a few few weeks off to it but I think that we just felt that David Cameron Joe's bone represented a new kind of conservative movement Kamaluddin more pro European with a bit of skepticism and it was and we just felt it was time for a change. We'd had thirteen years of labor and in the end and we saw that they can get a majority so I was very very keen to have coalition government which was a new experiment largely worked quite well until of course in in two thousand fifteen when On the Lynton Crosby David Cameron decided to kill the coalition. Indeed I think it was William Hague who comes to that time that when they signed the coalition. Do Go. He said to someone who was in the room we've assigned the death won't if the Liberal Democrats they knew at that point it would destroy their reputation as this independent centre-left voice.
"lionel" Discussed on FT Politics
"The most turbulent. Let's go years in living memory. Westminster has thankfully taken a break over Christmas and so a week. Brexit it's shuffling towards completion but with not much on the agenda right now it seems opportune moment to look back with a bit of perspective and to do just I'm joined by a very special guest. This week Lionel Barber who I'm sure listeners. Know is editor of the F. T.. He joined the paper in nineteen eighty five and served firstly as our Washington in correspondent plus was bureau chief news editor of the last fourteen years editor. He's overseeing the F. T. transformation for my print product to primarily a digital organ and he is stepping down at the beginning of January. So I thought it'd be good to sit down with a look back over British politics from his time at the F.. T. Line of thank you very much for joining. Thank you for the invitation set. So we're sitting here a week. After Boris Johnson's election victory which was quite a surprise forever and the sheer scale of that majority when when you saw the exit polls coming. What were your immediate thoughts thumping win? I thought he would win. The Conservatives would beat Jeremy Corbin's wins Labor they had a flawed candidate and as we said INARA Detoro a very flawed policy program. I thought maybe forty or fifty so. At not was above my expectations. Maybe above their expectations in some gorgeous. I think that's absolutely true that even inside the conservative campaign the day before they were saying oh a majority of one is still a victory so there was a lot of nervousness about that. Bush Johnson is quite curious characters prime minister in one that typically the FTE has always supported pro business candidates but both Johnson Pu something interesting question for us because he business than Jeremy Corbyn but his exit is it policy still leaves a lot of unanswered questions and potentially economic disruption to while I've known Boris Johnson since Nineteen ninety-two when I first met him actually in Lisbon at the summit in the summer I was told the you see that young men with long blond hair he's going to be your biggest competitive patches threat in Brussels and I thought man to watch well. He's done very well. Hasn't reached high office welby on journalism for the F.. T. We found found it very difficult to back him and the Tories this time round because he represented and led the brexit campaign and we would not in favor of Brexit on the other have a hand. The majority sentiment was clearly not in favor of another hung parliament and stars for another three years of what we've had we felt. Let's now have a fresh start. He's got a clear majority and something of a mandate but we need to know what kind of Brexit he wants. What kind kind of trade terms with Europe and all these things? We hope to shape in the future debate because of course even Boris Johnson has now banned the word brexit from actually johnny the thirty for civil servants and no longer allowed to use that word as so desperate to get that message of getting brexit done across. But as we've often said those those hard choices ahead head. What's The new word? Exit the Glorious Future. I Lo- Britain the people's Britain perhaps the channel people's governments thing. So when we get to this time next year which will be the big crunch point. Is there a trade deal. Do we spill out on. WTO terms or do we extend what would be your gut look slightly backwards. I if you think of the thousands tens of thousands of woods spilt about well again to crash out of the European Union. No I think and actually that wasn't gonNA happen because it serves no one's interest. They all play a game of chicken. I think Johnson's going to be much tougher in the negotiations this time. Round Theresa may was very passive accommodating. I think it will be a tough negotiation. I think probably it's going to be a bad bones. Trade Agreement demint so no tariffs but that's not necessarily friction free access to the single market. I think they'll want to do a deal on goods but sevices though want freedom from so if they can't agree they'll sort of say we'll have a mini deal and then we'll build on that in the future and I think it will come back to this dilemma. That in many of our colleagues have written about which is about fish versus financial services. That if you're looking at economic interests you would do a deal to keep us in lockstep with the blocks on in financial services to protect the city of London but in return for that the e will want to continue access to a fishing waters. and where Mister Johnson's new vote. Well it's not people in the city of London is people who have fishing poles well. Clearly financial services are a lot more important than fish but fish is politically a real stinker. But more seriously. I'm not sure whether we all the majority view in the government or indeed in the Bank of England and the Treasury is for close alignment with the European Union on financial services. Actually I think they'd be happy to diverge. I think a lot of those new conservative. MP's you've been elected for the first time are particularly concerned about goods because a lot of some come from manufacturing industry so as you said getting a break to deal in goods with zero tariffs is very straightforward. But it comes down to those non-tariff barriers in those supply fly chains and of course the litmus test I will be Nissan in Sunderland which is not quite represented by conservative. MP Area now has a big number of them and if that plant gets into trouble then knots tens of thousands of jobs on the line that and the supply chain. is you say around Nissen. The crucial thing is in two thousand twenty twenty. We're going to hear a lot more about one word and that's going to be standard because people were talking too much in terms of tariffs. That's not the issue you can and be prevented from access to market not just by Taras but actually by standards. That's the key. Yes and of course what Mr Johnson talked about about state aid. That's just the kind of thing that Brussels negotiators are going to want the UK to stay at the same level with the EU on that. And the you and I was there in November and I went and talked to all the key negotiators for an article. I was writing about which somewhat personal giving my career as a European correspondent based in Brussels cooled point of departure. When essentially I was saying we all GonNa leave and it was striking? How worried they were about out? state-aid rules being breached in effect. That Britain would also cut taxes dramatically and become sort of some offshore hedge fund. Well it's the Singapore on Thames thing that we hear so often about now. I mentioned this on which helpfully takes us right back to the beginning of your career when you joined the F.. T. in the mid eighties right. The pump of Thatcherism and there are some strange powers with British politics then and now. The European debate hadn't quite kicked off but Labor was in a left-wing wrote it was was getting saved by Neil Kinnock who the neo connect of today is going to be but when you look back on those thatch ears because a lot of conservatives viewed as a moment of on adulterated triumph is that how you view it. Well I started my career in Scotland in nineteen seventy nine on the Scotsman. And of course that matched when Margaret Thatcher Gotcha came to power. She made an impact so quickly with removing foreign exchange controls and then really letting the pound rise and manufacturing factoring got crucified. And I was the industrial correspondent. I moved to the Sunday Times. And someone said you'll like the monasteries correspondent under Henry the eighth because it was really being devastated. So you get through that. And then as you say Margaret Thatcher one thousand nine hundred eighty five eighty six eighty seven. She's in pump actually number one Europe is beginning to take off because of the single market. It's before the Maastricht treaty but this talk of a monetary union and Margaret Thatcher Eighty. Seven gives her Bruce Speech and the last point is the story that I made my reputation on in one thousand nine hundred eighty six sakes was the western too fat. Which essentially was Michael Hesseltine building? A case for you got to help this Western helicopter company. It should be a European. We don't want to go with the Americans and that was a proxy for the European political battle and it cost two cabinet ministers Leeann Britain and Michael Heseltine Sultani and she went for the American option in the end which was where her political heartless as opposed to you up but of course it was that time as well yes the UK was part of forming the single ullmark but it was also when Jack Law came to the TC conference and gave his famous speech. That said that you was going to be a social project. And that was when the left assaulted turned more pro European and the vice to determine more. US skeptic there was no evidence at that point the UK would ever think about exiting the project. You're quite right. That was a very important moment. Jack Log did come to the. TC there was no real. Talk of super-state. Everything changed in one thousand nine hundred ninety German German unification and the price exacted for German unification was what the French inject a law called an economic and monetary union on the one hand balanced by political union now for people in Britain and particularly if one or two they were called euro-sceptics in those days is not brexit as these people said. It's a European superstate now. I never believed this. And in Maastricht which major negotiated that was a brilliant cake and eat it exercise because we didn't join the single currency there was no common European army. We went in the Schengen agreement on free movement so it was a brilliant negotiating excise bought the fact is the federalists won the argument in the long term a moisture was seen as a sellout and when you think back to that time. There was the famous cover of the Spectator magazine which Chancellor Kohl on the phone with Nicholas Ridley painting a Hitler Moustache and he gave an interview you that was fairly inflammatory and said this whole thing is a German racket. One thing that I think is often forgotten is how skeptical Margaret Thatcher in the Conservatives. Were about the German reunification and the impact that would have on the future of U up. She tried to stop it along with Francois Mitterrand. I was in Washington at the time and I covered that story in detail because I was covering national security and foreign policy in America's was politics and the Americas Baker and Bush said No. We need German unification in in respect to Nicholas Ridley a brilliant man. He's completely wrong. This was not a German racket. Actually European Monetary Union and move at Maastricht was to contain German power to anchor a united Germany not to increase German power before we get to the Meiji he is you obviously based in Washington. DC for quite a long time during that and you must have witnessed a lot of the Thatcher Reagan relationship which was probably the high point of the special the relationship after the Second World War. What do people get long about the special relationship? Because they had a similar worldview they will pushing similar politics but were there. Strategic Strategic Aims always aligned. First of all there was a remarkable personal rapport between Thatcher and Reagan. I may say that Charles mows the volume which. I'm reading at the moment of the biography of Margaret Thatcher is excellent in this respect. He really captures this chemistry. Some of the people around Reagan thought. Why are we giving so much space to this this woman? She's dictating the tune but she was ahead of Ronald Reagan in the overtures to Gorbachev in Soviet Union. She anticipated that he was as a person. The West could do business with the same time. There were one or two moments of real tension off to the record summit. Reagan essentially wanted to get rid of nuclear missiles.
"lionel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"There's some things that just may need to be done via via vip you know that's just one of the incidents i'm just going to put on my list that i don't need to go unless it's viv up you know there's others up there too definitely for sure do we have any interest in going to see people on july third no no close to the storage this is the bombers so many great people are coming here the sun they don't understand minnesota summers and especially this summer who wants to go sit in side anywhere i'm praying outside outside amphitheater that they have the word to remember when you and i went with lionel richie at mystic this is at mystic i didn't hear you say sick and you only listen to like three songs and then you left and i was just horrified that you were my day because you're so not worth i believe he had someone else with you he went with you now and she stayed with you but it doesn't matter you there was a waste of lionel ritchie ticket on you and john for going in the bar and listening to the great but cheesy band that was playing while lionel was outside era great anyway the ad here is laurie also invited someone else and we had to share force chairs with three no one sitting down for lionel richie no one is sitting down i love the details you leave out in some of these really good stories seems to be a bit of revisionist history maybe we both remember so completely different i did i did leave i didn't.
"lionel" Discussed on Material
"Quiet yelled at my husband through that she's hurry up food it's so it's such a cool little feature like if you've never tried that try to talk to your system cy broadcast and whatever you want an oprah custody house before before we go to commercial though i have to i'm glad that we want to this i've got a friend that has now is having a problem because he has like african grey parrots really really smart parrots and because of my friend and like the people in the house have lot of google assistant apps the parrot will just simply say you know hey hey guillermo and then the next thing whatever oftentimes like he'll come home or he'll be working someplace and suddenly like some random song start playing like what lionel right lionel ritchie's hello because playing lionel richie hello with you so we need so again google engineers listen to this show we need like parrot rejection algorithms for apparent identification and rejection algorithms for for home andy can you record this is this a friend that you can visit because i actually i know it's a little invasive but you know if your friend we're open to his parents that could happen i'm just not sure that we could afford the licensing fees for anything by lionel richie we can train maybe we can train him to say the word yankee doodle 'cause that's public domain we could definitely like especially now that lionel richie is on american idol the reboot steph.
"lionel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"I'm lionel bernie and this episode is the final part of a five part series called the line of flanders that i made this time last year it was made game wogaman man with that race coming up again at the weekend we thought we'd make this episode available on our free feed for a very limited time to give a flavor of the sort of episode we make for friends of the podcast you can listen to the other four parks which cover the racist building up to the tour of flanders why purchasing the twenty seventeen friends of the podcast series for ten pounds the cycling podcast dot com you'll also get access to all eleven episodes including richards incredible day spent in canada dramatic team car at the tour de france plus a host of bonuses friends of the podcast episodes of soda i nearly as an ongoing collection of eleven episodes plus additional bonus episode that we release now and then the twenty eighteen series costs fifteen pounds if you never signed up with a friend of the podcast the cheapest way to gain access to the full archive going back to twenty fifteen which includes this year's episodes is to buy the full bundle which will give you a saving of five pounds anyway let's go back twelve months to florida where i was waiting for whoever given to arrive in flanders fields the poppies blow between the crosses row on row that mark our place and in the sky the locks still bravely singing fly scarce heard amid the guns below.
"lionel" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"This was suggest did to me by polo via other day so if you heat vis parody it's his fault if you love it it's all me now let me say this the guy who sings is has a much higher voice than i do i did niang down at all oh i don't think down at all and and what and a much wider voice owing go there i gotta tell you allow us guy like you i worry thermometer this was a law i think that he would rather ago that that i saying this he probably should have written levy sing it but this is the pegues parody memo oh yes lionel richie question she was swinging back of now on bringing now was yuval one you're welcome ealy a lot of leaks about what was a mere the prayers imbed wiz ask them everybody together ma'am we know you're a man nor does higher nab me saying all that has nearly.
"lionel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"lionel" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
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"lionel" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"Lionel ira concept allows you to pay your taxes later when you earn a dollar you don't pay income taxes on that earning you to slide at right into the ira and then it can accumulate over time and the taxes deferred until you take it out of course the government wants to make sure they get their tax money and so they allow you to keep the money in there until about the age of seventy and at the age of about seventy then they say okay you've got to start taking money out of the account whether you need it or not many people are quite anxious to tap the funds and the retirement accounts but there are also many retirees who don't really need the money that could be various reasons for this frequently perhaps a retiree has their house paid off and so they're outlay of caches lower especially in his early years of retirement when medical expenses are also lower or perhaps their social security benefit ended up being higher than they thought or they may have other supplementary supplementary forms of pension income and they don't actually need the money from the traditional ira and so this type of moderately wealthy to fairly wealthy retiree often finds a little bit annoying to have to start adding extra income to hair tax return every year and at the age of about seventy then they have to start taking those distributions now there are few as take those distributions out but the way that you should just think about required minimum distributions is simply there is a table that goes based upon the life expectancy and a percentage of somebody's life expectancy at percentage of their the years they.
"lionel" Discussed on MIX 104.1
"Lionel barber on the troll and i can cherry picking dragonair hours bringing now chazalet seven free servicees so he is adam i'm very sad to me now like gun meet the children's nice i will not bassano the doors the spanning sin and dan nothing does leave vanni justice in vain wii you he said do you give just this the new this is jeff the.