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You Can Still Get COVID-19 Even If You Have Been Vaccinated
"From our health, he is, of course, the director of infectious diseases, Dr Joe Jeff, a good weekend. Sure did. Brandon. Good morning. Thanks for having me but, well, it's good to have you with us. Hey, I I know you're you're all serious, And you don't usually like to play games. But I thought you'd like this one covert factor fiction. We'll get started with, And I want to know this because I've read some crazy stories over the weekend. Can you still contract Cove? It? After being fully vaccinated. Yes, you can. And let's dissect that a little bit because people need to understand that Remember, no vaccine is 100% effective. When you look at the clinical trials for fire during Madonna, they were 94 95% effective against preventing symptomatic of a 19. What That means is one out of 20. People in those studies who received the vaccine still contracted covert 19. Now starting to see that being reported the news. Both Washington State and Michigan are reporting that from their health department last week, the state of Michigan released data showing 246 people who were fully vaccinated by report. Contracted covert 19 and even three died. But you have to take that into context in the state of Michigan over 1.8 million people are fully vaccinated with Maura, who have even started their vaccinations. So again. These vaccines are wonderful, but There are still going to be people who get fully vaccinated. The vaccine doesn't work for many reasons, and they die. Usually, you know the people who vaccines don't really work in our very elderly. And people on certain types of medications, which weaken their immune systems like transplant patients. So again, these vaccines are very safe and effective. But there will be people where the vaccine don't work for obvious reasons. When doctors so
Officials rush to defend AstraZeneca Covid vaccine after UK, EU blood clot guidance
"The oxford astrazeneca vaccine under uncomfortable scrutiny medicines regulators in the uk and the eu have judge that its benefits outweigh any possible risks. But they haven't ruled out a causal link between the vaccine and rare blood clot conditions in a tiny number of recipients resulting. This week in britain's regulator the are recommending alternative vaccines be given two hundred thirty s. All of which is worrying when it comes to competence in this back saying because as the observers science editor robin the key points out the stakes are incredibly high. It is the vaccine which the world depends. Because it's so easy to store and distribute a little cost so it's an incredibly important vaccine for the planet we might in the west. Get away with visors. Madonna's leaves astrazeneca. There's no doubt about it from the guardian. I'm a niche kristalina. Today in focus understanding the risks and rewards of the astra zeneca vaccine robin. When did this start. When did they first notice. But there might be a link between the vaccine and blood clubs. I miss in scandinavia at the leg. Ego muffled memento through dot com the live it will be weakening at astrazeneca seneca walks in norway and denmark. A proper schooners vaccine and they've begun to spot. These links of these tastes on gemini finds. Stop stop stuff. The in china from ministers bondi influence middle astrazeneca forces tiber asthma also advising defiant britain finds cases the british medicines regulator the hra says. It's like done defied. Thirty cases of red blood clots and people who've had the astra zeneca corona virus vaccine.
UK Variant Has Become Most Dominant COVID-19 Strain in US
"Where the more contagious variant of the coronavirus that originated in the United Kingdom is now the dominant strain in the US that, according to CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky. Be 117 variant is now the most common lineage circulating in the United States. Experts believe that it's more contagious and likely more deadly, which Could explain why it's increasing prevalence here at home coincided with the rise in cases despite the speed of vaccinations. All three vaccines authorized in the U. S visor, Madonna and Johnson and Johnson have proven to work effectively against the B 117 variant.
European Agency Finds Astrazeneca Shot Can Cause Rare Blood Clots
"Corona virus vaccine can cause some rare side effects, but its benefits still outweigh the risks. British Medicines agency says blood clots are extremely rare happening in about one in a million people. Still, U. K is going to offer the Madonna or Fizer vaccines as alternatives to people under 30. Meantime, South Korea has become the latest country to restrict use of the Astra shot. It's temporarily suspending it for people younger than 60. President Biden gives his second public pitch for infrastructure in a
246 vaccinated residents diagnosed with COVID; 3 dead, Michigan reports
"Been fully vaccinated, caught the virus, and the Michigan Health Department says three of them died. Boxes, Jessica Rosenthal reports. Michigan's Health Department says in a statement that 246 people contracted Cove it at least two weeks after being fully vaccinated. 11 people were hospitalized and three people over the age of 65 died. Two of those deaths occurred within three weeks of being fully vaccinated. Statement notes that visor and Madonna's vaccines are 95 94% effective and add that the CDC is working on a website examining breakthrough cases and the data surrounding those to be launched in several weeks. Jessica
New Jersey COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Expands To Include Those 55+
"Expanding vaccine eligibility that happens as it today more groups of folks anybody age 55 older is eligible for a vaccine. But I feel Murphy expecting a huge influx of covert 19 vaccinations either side of eastern, which is on April 4th. I believe the supplies both not just change a bit. Visor and Madonna or going toe. I'm gonna use the word explode. People age 16 and older in New Jersey. We have intellectual or developmental disabilities are also newly eligible. In New York, though
Hunter Biden Says He Wouldn't Take Burisma Job Again
"S. The others were made by Fizer and Madonna. As the FBI continues to investigate a laptop reported to belong to Hunter Biden, the president's son is speaking with regret about his relationship with the Ukrainian oil company, Bary SMA when his father was vice president. NPR's Scott Simon reports Hunter. Biden doesn't say he was wrong to serve on the board of the oil company at acknowledges the bite name was an asset. But he told us in an interview that he grew up in politics and should have foreseen it would become an issue for his father's 2020 presidential campaign. At the end of the day, the question was whether it was wise well. What I know now is that it was certainly not wise in this political environment to create that perception, and that's why I would not do it again. No investigation has found any evidence of impropriety. Hunter. Biden's memoir, Beautiful Things, which is
Los Angeles County Racing To Herd Immunity
"Me King live from the key. If I 24 hour news room l. A county chief Science officer, Dr Paul Simon says the county continues to get more covert 19 vaccine every week. At this pace. We're on track the fully vaccinate 75% of the county population. 16 and older by the end of June, Simon says. As of last week, more than four million shots have been administered in L. A county 1.4 million of those were second dose is, Simon says. Next week, the county will receive almost 400,000 vaccine doses. 151,000 of those are going to be Fizer, 128,000, Madonna and 100. 118,000 Johnson and Johnson. The Biden administration
Netherlands halts use of AstraZeneca vaccine for people under 60
"The Netherlands is suspending the use of the AstraZeneca corona virus vaccine for people under the age of 60 as a precautionary measure. It follows five reports of cases of blood clots in women had been vaccinated. The details from Anna Halligan. The crucial question still under investigation is whether the blood clotting is a side effect of receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine or entirely unrelated. The suspension will remain in place until April, the seventh when the European Medicines Agency is expected to issue new guidance for Noah's. Far as the M E is concerned the benefits of receiving the vaccine outweigh the risks. Today's about 400,000. AstraZeneca shots of being given in the Netherlands. The use of Fizer a Madonna Jobs will continue
More Covid-19 Vaccine Production Sites Have Been Approved in the E.U.
"Approved three additional facilities to produce vaccines for Coben 19. Only about 10% of people in the European Union have received the first toast compared with 22% in the United States. Teri Schultz reports. The EU blames part of its slow vaccine roll out on a lack of supply. The European Medicines Agency has granted its approval for additional production sites in Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland to help with the shortfall in vaccines. A new facility in Marburg, Germany, will join one and Poor's Belgium for producing the Fizer by on tech vaccine. The active ingredient in the AstraZeneca shot will now be produced in the Dutch city of Lighten, joining three other facilities and Madonna will add new manufacturing capacity in this Switzerland. European regulators have also approved allowing the visor vaccine to be transported and stored at lower temperatures than previously authorized. While this will reduce the life span of the doses, it will make it possible for pharmacists to keep the vaccines in their freezers and is expected to aid the distribution campaign for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in
Pfizer and Moderna vaccines safe for pregnant women
"Much heartache. There is hope a new study showing the Madonna and Fizer vaccines are likely safe for pregnant women with few side effects and likely transmit protective antibodies to babies. That's a B CS AERIAL Reshef. A new
COVID-19 vaccine trial involving college students to focus on transmission
"The study on college students will look at whether the Madonna vaccine prevents asymptomatic transmission within the next five or so months. We'll be able to answer the very important question about whether vaccinated people get infected a symptomatically, and if they do do they transmit the infection to others? Dr. Anthony Fauci says the NIH will follow 12,000 students and 25,000 of their close contacts. Half the students will be vaccinated immediately, the other half
More Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines arrive in Florida
"Is is once once again again receiving receiving doses doses of of the the Johnson Johnson and and Johnson Johnson single single shot shot covert covert vaccine vaccine that that word word in in Pensacola Pensacola from from governor governor Rhonda Rhonda Santas. Santas. We We hope hope to to get get more more Johnson and Johnson over the next couple weeks. So my hope is is that you start to get really significant amounts of Johnson and Johnson to match what we're getting with flies and Madonna to send us announcing that 2000 doses a day of J and J will be available for the next three days at a local Pensacola church. The state reported 5300 new Corona virus infections on Tuesday,
Palestinians expand vaccination campaign after UN shipment
"The Palestinian Authority is beginning a mass Corona virus vaccination program. Today it's received more than 60,000 doses from Kovacs. The global initiative set up to ensure the equitable distribution of jabs. Health officials in Gaza have also been given large batches off the Russian Sputnik V vaccine from the United Arab Emirates on a smaller quantity off the Madonna vaccine from Israel.
12 more Dallas County deaths reported on one year anniversary of first COVID-19 death
"Year anniversary of Dallas County's first covert 19 death. And on this Saturday, health officials say 12 more residents have died. Health officials also reported 227 newly confirmed cases of the Corona virus vaccine operations for both 1st and 2nd doses of the Madonna vaccine Affair. Park will resume on Monday and tearing county public health reported 14 additional Cove in 19 deaths and 142 newly confirmed cases. Meanwhile, Dr Matt Richardson, the director of Denton County Public Health, spoke Saturday morning with news eight at the mass vaccination site at Texas Motor Speedway. It's really going well. We plan to do About 12,000 shots today and he says, Don't delay booking your appointment. Right now We're looking at a 1 to 2 week. Wait, and that weight is shortening every day. Steve coming W B A P. 24 7 NEWS The federal
Maryland sees fewer missed second vaccines than most states
"In Maryland are doing a good job with following through on their covert vaccination regimen, the CDC says. Maryland is among the states with the lowest rates of people skipping their second dose of the Fizer or Madonna vaccine. That rate is less than 2%. The national averages three on the Flipside. Virginia has the Highest rate among the highest rates of still people missing their second does that almost 8%
Moderna begins testing COVID-19 vaccine in young children
"19. CBS is Diane King Harbor. Ports. Moderna once too tense, it test its vaccine on babies. The pediatric study is gauging the safety and efficacy of the shot on Children between the ages of six months and 11 years old. Madonna has already doing vaccine trials on kids aged 12 to 17 and the vaccine has emergency clearance for youths and adults tell doctors say vaccinating young people is key to reaching herd immunity. President Biden hits the road today on a trip the highlight his newly passed
Vaccinated Americans Have Been Getting Their Second Doses on Time
"And Prevention in Atlanta, says most Americans who got the first shot of the two dose covert 19 vaccination regimen also got the second one member station W. A. B in Atlanta, Sam Whitehead reports. Eden's, He says most people are also getting both doses and the recommended period of time. In a new report, CDC researchers looked at second dose completion for vaccines from Visor and Madonna for mid December to mid February, They found nearly 90. 6% of people got their second doses on time only 3% miss them completely. Researchers say public health officials should work to better understand why people don't fully complete the vaccination. SYRIZA reporter Sam Whitehead
"madonna" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"madonna" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Real pressure. Today. It's a Friday. It's against the law. How's the retro pleasure with Madonna on Sonny? Me. No. And you are here with me. Hey. House of Pleasure, just like the.
"madonna" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Don't know what's going to happen you know. It's an interesting thing. Future of the show go on without the era, the house originator I. Think it would be unfair and I think they should keep the name repulsed drag race. Even Paul does decide to leave the show. I don't know if they'll be able to. Say I own fifty, one percent of this company and you use my name. Well, you know, what would it just be drag race, right? It's not the same. rupaul add so much. Please resolve your if you're listening out there, reach out to somebody. Somebody Trust, and talk about these things and please put a contestant on the show that has breasts. Or or put you know put people that are different than what you've been putting in past experiment. It's okay to. Play a little with the format. You know have fun. Don't forget why you did this in the first place I'd said that to L. Fuck things up, right. What say that to to report? I would say that to Madonna Poor Madonna we we went to see her. Madame X tour when it came here to Chicago and I thought, it was a beautiful combination of a lifetime of a person who dedicated their career and their life, very successfully to give attention to lgbt people across the world to people of Color to let Latin American and Latin Global Pan Latin culture. And to music, and it was just a wonderful show and it didn't even feel like. A Madonna show and felt like a celebration of well, he's. Was In dot as like Nadia Ginsburg who's GonNa, guess to this podcast does a phenomenal job of imitating Madonna and Cher known a rider and whatnot. and. So it was. You know because it was her quirky sides. She wanted to show a bit of a cabaret show a little bit of a pop princess show. But also you know that she's still got it and she has artistic chops and that that she's an artist who wants to shake things up, 'cause the power of the artist is to disturbed things and boy has she been disturbing things in quarantine. We started to see Madonna's struggling with her her knees or hips. Tour Chadha counselor tour, and she's not she I'm sure as a dancer I in a musician second. For somebody, who's body is giving out or challenging them. As, somebody who myself struggles with my own body. With chronic back problems, it is so debilitating and so depressing and frustrating, and you just have to reach deep inside and got a lot of is packs on your body. To just overcome this stuff and I can imagine that someone in Madonna, shoes, who's feeling so much pressure to perform to be out there. To be in this situation is a mind fund..
"madonna" Discussed on Podcast 42
"Like the city in France I. Don't think the Lord is from France I think she's from new. Zealand believe you're right I. think that's cute that you said the Lord. All never be. After Lord's birth, you don't have to give into them I'm thinking it might be easier. So after the birth I became involved in eastern mysticism and Kabbalah Sandra Bernhardt got me into it super loud. Comedian Roseanne Star Sandra. Bernhardt with the big lips, big hair, it always shouting Sandra Bernhardt. That Sandra Bernhard yes Sandra. Don't you argue with me? I don't even like her. Name however we like Intel. It was. Surprisingly. Yes, I give me a new sense of change in direction for my next album ray of light. I took a more electronic approach. That's right. We're May William over. I'm out of this well. Baby Great. ANOTHER RANDOM DUDE! was everyone. Way I'm big cones. Don't worry about it, Can you be the deer in me? Some gum so can I'll get my favorite bran. Let me guess orbit. NO FRUIT STRIPE I'll be back I'm back. Here's your gum. That was quick. That is what she said. Yes two quick. Could you go book me on a vacation flight in a rental car? Online shopping I know just the site Orbitz, no hotels Dot Com and I'm done y'all go. It's hard to rule this guy. One last thing. Can you go check on my retirement plan for me? You know the one I have in North Carolina. No idea on this one. Thing I know price over dot com seriously. because. If you do research, you'll find out that North Carolina has a retirement plan website called orbit dot Com. Do it in the other room takes a long time to get response. Okay by it was around this time that I met my second husband Famed Director Guy Ritchie we would have a son together Rocco John Ritchie direct me in a flop of film called swept away and I would also say title track to the James Bond Film Die Another. Day You also had a cameo in that film? As a bundle of would I did not play a bundle of would I played verity a fencing instructor. Oh. Sorry. All the critics said you're acting was very wooden. I just assumed well. I think the the stance. Lesson and biography is over weight. We didn't even talk about your super bowl halftime, show or albums nine through fourteen or your other movies. There's so much more there is, but you used a groupon, so you get what you paid for, can I? Can I keep the cone Bra no no one hundred percent no oh. Don't forget to tell your friends and audience about the dance studio we will. Our audience loves group. On's okay we'll sign up for another lesson at full price on your way out. Also don't forget your stuff by the way. Does that fishbowl belong to one of you fishbowl facts? We almost forgot. Facts we really I mean this episode I'm Fishbowl FACS sure why not fishbowl fax mobile global. Anti fishbowl!.
"madonna" Discussed on Podcast 42
"Ukraine I go with Ukraine Ramos. You. He forgot the you in your. You know what spell check didn't correct me. That's how you spell it. Apparently, there's really a place name that. Urine. It's whatever you want. I'll go with your Ramos. That's what she said. And say. I feel you girl? My follow up album Mrs Success as well like a virgin went to number one, and was certified platinum in a month after its release number one in Germany Italy the Netherlands new. Zealand Spain Uranus the UK and the US. It's always number one in your anus. That's what Sean Penn would say. It's always poking up. It was the first album by a female to sell over five million copies. And it had a catchy title track, and also made me the material girl. That's my favorite song. Really that's because of a material boy living in a material world. But. Did you get into a little trouble with like virgin? I seem to remember some stick in the mud groups that did not like the song or video because they felt it promoted premarital sex well, that's because it promoted premarital sex. And they had a stick in your anus. That's right. It promoted premarital Urania sex. I remember watching the Nineteen eighty-four MTV mute video music awards when you perform that song wearing a wedding dress on top of a giant cake that because you're old. Actually jail! It's considered one of the most iconic performances of all time back to the material. Girl or Boy Lake me. That song reached number two on the charts and also had a famous video attached to it. Yeah, you re it Marilyn Monroe from diamonds girl's best friend. Okay, everyone, take five. I'm glad that is your favorite song of mine jail. You're welcome. My popularity was soaring and taking me new heights I started my first movie desperately seeking Susan. It did well and had the hit song into the groove. I was getting into a groove and put out number another number. One Song called crazy for you. I would perform that song in the film vision quest and watched. Seventeen of my songs cracked the top ten all while I changed. My persona with each hit seems like everything was just falling in the place. I mean the only thing missing with someone to love. Maybe she was looking for love. All the Rome plays no. and. Do you always do that always? Well I was dating. SEAN PENN FOR AWHILE ENDED UP MARRYING HIM IN ONE, thousand, nine, hundred, five on my birth on my birthday on top of marriage. I also made the movie Shanghai surprise with him. Good. Times says times even there seems to be something off about Sean Penn there is something about all the men who just walk in and out of here all access. I'm just looking for some. And some waves. I think Sean Penn is stock. His character just coli from fast times in Ridgemont High I'll know who these Sean Penn Guy. Is that you keep talking about? Hey, whereas Mr Han Sean Penn had a breakdown a couple of years ago over the alleged abuse and torture. The paper said he did to me because he is a method actor, he is now stuck in his Jeff spec holy character. Hey, they're pretty lady. I, even testified to the fact that he never hit, but it didn't help us but goalie. Why don't you go to the Stop and Rob and get PABST? GNARLIEST ideally I'm going to the one by Mystic River Sam works there. He always has twenty one grand for me. I get some milk there to buy. Was that a subtle plug for Sean Penn Movies didn't. Bury award for worst actress for Shanghai surprise. Why don't we talk about my third album? trueblue? Instead you shot right past it trueblue as inspired and dedicated to Sean Penn. was it a themed album about Punching Paparazzi? No. Well sort of mad, not really, but I had five hit singles off of it. Live to tell Papa. Don't preach trueblue. Open your heart and La Islam Bonita. It topped the charts in twenty eight countries I still instill remains my best selling studio album with salsa. Twenty five million copies I'm going to write a parody song called Papa Roach don't preach. What an incredibly odd thing to say! You know. He's really easy to tune out, is he? Yes. So. Do you want to start the next lesson? which involves windex or hear about? The blond ambition will tour. Tour please and don't leave out any details. It started in April of nineteen ninety, and was proclaimed to be the best tour of nineteen ninety, by who by whom by Rolling Stones and the world the rolling stones. Not Those Rolling Stones the magazine Oh the magazine Rolling Stone. Why didn't you say that I liked spin better, but the religious groups? They didn't like it so much. They still hated like a virgin and live performance, especially, when the male dancers groped you on stage, and you pretend to masturbate. I saw Guar do the same bit. Not not the same now aw I'm sure those same groups for okay of the performance had people killing each other with lots of Gore exactly doesn't make sense. My show is for those with open minds. It wasn't for everyone. Just don't watch it if you don't like it. Do you still have the cone boom outfits? You mean these wow, Madonna reach behind her and pulled out. Five sets comb brew. I am Brood. COMB BOO BRAS. Wait Five. That's right. It's time for the next lesson. Everybody putting on. Yes, everyone! You heard her everyone. Chris already has his on and stop touching them like that. I'm participating okay places, everyone..
"madonna" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"They were she's going we are where sixty one year old Madonna canceled yet another madam X. show she fell again it's not a good sign Madonna really the greatest hits of the seventies eighties nineties all played windows seven nine twenty one oh seven nine there's right the way our neighbor across the.
"madonna" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Seven one seven thirty nine Madonna is being sued by a fan I love this she's being sued by a fan because Madonna started her concert late and I love match I was referencing her yesterday when I was talking about that the uproar over much of over the halftime show I'm like come to somebody else because I'm the Madonna generation I stopped clutching pearls about stuff like this in ninety one after the blonde ambition tour but anyway here's the deal to disgruntled local Madonna fans are suing the legendary singer writes the washer watch writes the New York Post for refunds to a pair concert in Brooklyn last year because she showed up hours late and wound their night boy Antonio an heir Andrew each shelled out three hundred dollars to see Madonna and set last fall for her manta mechs tour Madonna was supposed to start at eight thirty but didn't get into the groove until eleven thirty and then all my god this is rude yeah in the show wrapped up around one AM so they filed a class action suit three hours come on was the show though did did they say I'm not going to no way you guys don't remember guns and roses in the nineties studio when they were all of these guys were on on the horse mac in the word disaster and they they weren't going on until after midnight sometimes one AM yeah they are coming to the target center just announced yesterday and I saw that in when I heard this I made sure I got in the door so I could witnesses myself and I believe it was at the target center are they playing at target field yes yeah but this was at target center and I sat behind the stage and sure enough they didn't go on until one one thirty in the morning and I was expecting it an awful show but it was one hundred percent show business and they work that show really hard and it was really good but you know one in the morning I went right from that concert right into work that morning no I tell me this I just think it is the height of rudeness people are paying if people are paying upwards and Antonio and Andrew take three hundred dollars a people are paying three hundred dollars to see you get your blank together you know this and I love her this comes from the this is tough love because I do adore her but she always uses the the reasoning of I wanted to be perfect for my fans well wake up a little earlier you know I mean if you want to rehearse I'd get it and I appreciate that about her but get there a little earlier for rehearsal there's no reason to make people wait and we hear this about her all the time there's no reason to make people wait three hours when they're paying good money to see you I I will never understand this I don't care the reason it is a very solid I don't appreciate my fame are we guys here so far removed from where your fans are coming from that's a doctor's place to be in I just think it's so the OB is I think whenever people are habitually late everybody's late every so often but when people are habitually late to things what it signals to me is you have no respect for other people's time sure well I really do think that's what it means a look occasionally whatever but if you are all ways late the signal you're sending to me is you do not value my time you value your time way more and that's the height of rudeness to me so anyway that's how it is in business to I have to be careful not to be late because I can be late sometimes staff if you're not five minutes earlier late that's how it is I know and I know everything Jason is saying is true so I just I always have to be better I'm always ten minutes late don't don't do that I know his route I know it as I didn't really have a hard time I pushed every ten for the last minute and well known stuff I know style stop it I don't even need to make excuses I'll just stop me let me end with a compliment for dawn dawn is extremely punctual and all the years that we've known each other and have she's reducer of this crap on toast you have always always always been on time and always respectful of other people's times well thank you you know I had a theater teacher wake us all up in college because we're all theater students in artistic and everything showing up late to class and this old guy he was a just an old theatre teacher and he stopped the class when somebody came in ten minutes late and he was like I don't care if your brother has died or if your mother died or if your dog is Diedre if you're sick or if you wrecked your car you planned for things like that and you will be on time all of you people want attention and that's what that comes down to if you are leading yourself leave your house late and you show played sub consciously you want attention coming in late even though you're crying right now you like the attention so get over yourself how awesome dawn said is similar I think I missed you my drama to on my drama teacher Mrs he'd listen to what she I walked in one time all my god god we're like parallel as much you been going around the drama casters because Mrs he'd look at me one time I it was for a good we were in the match maker which was the straight play version of hello Dolly yeah and I walked in late and I want you to meet an excuse and sees species just everybody and she goes excuses excuses are tools of the incompetent and those who use them build monuments to nothing and seldom amount to anything my still remember that word for word in nineteen eighty nine yeah okay every time someone wanting to her yeah.
"madonna" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"More shit in there. I am in the we are nice aware current it just. It's not working and none of that has no. Oh no no no this where it does get real bad guys sits for sure bad now. So Madam X was her attempt at Baroque pop. I think this is her trying to be FDA twigs or oh But with like a Latin influence. There's a lot of singing in Spanish and Portuguese on this album lottery. McDonald's in a lot of an Italian too. Yeah but there's other songs things. She's now a little international flavor on this one except she literally grew up in New York. So she's not. She is Italian American arrogant. She's not Portuguese. She's not Spanish the first track on the album Madeline Madeline Not magdaline no But it's there's actually three Collaboration between her and the Sky Malima and he's like a young Latin performer. And like there's all these rumors swirling about them. Go get it Madonna go go. Fuck a young Latino L.. Like a beautiful young boy sock his. Life's blood. Whatever you need to shoot? Don't make this music don't do this. And she's like I'm going to do your music but I'm GonNa put put by the way I looked it up. It is from the Nutcracker Nutcracker yeah that Song lyrically she's like reading from the perspective of Joan of ARC is. Is that what that's supposed to be. Yeah Yeah and then but then it ends with this weird spoken word which we heard the bombing Assad where she sounds like a half rate like fake Disney. which that's about to curse baby? I you'll be cursed with blindness forever. Like what the fuck you'll be because tweets blind is more like fake French pseudo Italian bullshit and like I'm trying to figure out what she's talking about in the spoken word partly I almost almost feel like she's addressing Epstein conspiracy. Because she says they are so naive they think we are not aware of their crimes. We know but we are just not ready to act act. The storm isn't in the air inside of us. Like is this Cunanan. I don't think so I want to tell you about love and loneliness but it's getting late now. Can't you hear outside out of your Supreme Hoodie. The win this. That is the fucking shit over your Ed thinking that any of this was going to be taken seriously like I. I'm blown away by the by the ability to be like simultaneously like fucking like just like theatrical and like so goofy and ridiculously over the top like a caricature of like Liga bad fake Disney villain villainous and like an also managed to be like sanctimony and like you know we understand where the real ones who see the realized lies between the real was as guys you know like maybe he s Q on. I don't think so. I think it's just her trying to you. Know Virtue Signal and be fake woke by saying that she understood she gets it without actually having anything to get you know. It's always a little vague like you know. I don't know what I don't trust. Madonna have working class solidarity and she grew up working class but that was a very very. It was a long time ago long time ago. Yeah she's right. She's she's been immaculately conceived many times since then. Yeah I just I think that's her kinda trick is that she's like well if I you know if I paint this with a very broad watery brush than maybe okay. You won't notice that there's actually I painting anything like there's no picture here. You know what I mean like if you keep it just you know just vague enough then you can claim to be deep and just say that nobody got it but it really. There's not much to get well. I think she really thinks she's fighting the good fight to like you know with this Feminists imagery the Joan of arc stuff. And just the Madonna is a feminist icon in a lot of ways but she's also unfortunately a white feminist icon. Who really hasn't done a lot of that work to be You know thoughtful about intersection -ality or like thoughtful about the stories that she's telling paying or the languages and accents she's appropriate anger that you know or or the other like a lot of black artists that she's gotten to collaborate with her including Mickey Blanco. Go on this album. I think You know who is the Black Trans artists like one of my favorite artists who. I think it's all well intentioned but what like what actually is the intention like even we'll we'll talk about it today. You know Nicki Minaj and other songs she does with Lil Wayne where it's like She's trying to look like she is with it and she's hip and she's gets it Without actually doing any of the work to get there you know what I mean. It's unearned. Yeah yeah she definitely is at her worse when she's trying to do rap or so we haven't even talked about like dark carnival fuck invoked quarter shit like we didn't even talk about that we just get it right over that that's crazy. We didn't mention that yes. It was all vocal. It was crazy that was the what was the goal. She was trying to evoke a clockwork orange. Okay why I don't know it's you know this is one of many any madonna songs produced by Moore Wise. I'M A guy. She's clever with a lot. The I think he's a bad influence on Madonna to be honest with you He produced the whole album music. He produced all of American Life Those aren't great albums and she didn't really those albums are not great We'll we'll definitely get into that. It's but you're like in the sense that it sucked any momentum out of her potentially coming back into relevance would she came back into relevance. I feel feel like with the confessions on the dance floor by working with a different producer. Like this guy definitely Ulan that she worked with on that. No that was hard candy. Yeah Oh the timber brothers. There's hard candy. The timber brothers and ferrall and for the Neptune always good idea. Yeah great idea. When when you're old Madonna yeah but again similarly just appropriate? Yeah what other people and. That's kind of super appropriate black music for a long time black also appropriate. What's interesting thing is that there's a piece of like re appropriate like appropriating from pop stars? That probably got a lot of their influence originally from early Madonna Don regurgitation. You know psycho where she's like okay. Well they're now what's popular. Even though they took a lot of you know what made them popular from my original like playbook but instead of sticking to lake I guess what I'm good at I'm GonNa go back and like pillage from from them I. I don't know it's weird. It's just a very weird weird weird song yes very straight. I think it's like she's trying to be weird. Madame x like some of the songs are more successful than others like I did. I didn't I don't think this is her worst album But it's definitely her most transparently like try hard really. I need to be edgy. Really trying to be edgy. And and Outside the box. And it's you need. Give back in that box Madonna. You know we can make the box bigger and more comfortable for you. But it's we don't need voters and fucking spoken word on the same track is like six and a half songs on that on that song. Most of them are bad songs. They're just all layered on top of each other. It doesn't make any. It's not good and she said she wasn't too much. She said she was trying to do like a Bohemian rhapsody. Almost on this one oh really does the critics would that critics say about this album mix. Yeah the Maj stands the hardcore the pop heads. Yeah you ever go to slash pop. Heads is only gay. Men Who Post they're wonderful. They're all huge. Madonna stands J. in general on that board She's like the holy grail and they love this album. Okay the interesting but maybe I'll give it a chance but this is not the song onto enter into. I don't think it's as good as they think. It is on pop heads. I think this awkward the fact that she collaborated with Mickey Blanco's very interesting interesting. She's definitely done some neat collaboration. She's like you said that you're talking about Madonna that was a sophie collaborations. She You know yeah she's I mean she's got the connections no one's GonNa they know to him but he no except Mariah Carey really sworn enemy really pretty sure. Yeah she's she has a couple pop pop world roll beefs that are like really intense all right. Here's a list of her feuds. Apparently Elton John David Letterman. I don't know if these are really true. This is Yeah Sandra Bernhard Arsenio Hall Mark Wahlberg. Oh because Mark Wahlberg reportedly used a homophobic slur to refer to a member of Madonna's entourage of party already in nineteen ninety-three. Here we go it is Mariah Mariah. Carey's was definitely Madonna said in nine hundred ninety six Mariah. Carey's music wasn't art art and that if she had to sing Mariah Carey's song she'd kill herself The have never reconciled. That is a really shitty thing to say Madonna Madonna. What the fuck talking that rag? Here's an amazing vocalist. Apparently Madonna has a feud with dead mouse. Also Gwyneth Paltrow Elton John Janet Jackson's either. When I was trying to Janet Jackson and Madonna hate each other? I guess because Madonna tried to date Michael Jackson in the early nineties. ooh also apparently Madonna and Prince I didn't know about that. She dated him briefly. Also now I don't know if this is apparently she dated Britain's very very briefly. Whatever this is me reading some trash tabloid on the Internet so anyway I'm going to share and share? Also that's the big three riot share and Jackson Janet. And honestly you have to choose a side you have to choose a side. I choose not Madonna in uh-huh but I do think that's interesting right because she's Madonna Bitch. She's Madonna's icons I know what the fuck along women of color I don't know I don't know Madonna. It's not known to tell someone that their music is an art although we do that literally the episode. Jesus that's an excellent. This next one is called incredible. It is off of hard candy. The aforementioned collaboration with the timber brothers a hey justin timberlake timberland. Who are in fact? Brothers this one. I think this is produced by the Neptune's and pretty much Too Mine's Anita. You want..
"madonna" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"You know getting earn her aging and and I mean that's GonNa fuck you up. I don't know basically what I want to say is Madonna. I Love I love you Madonna. I love you Madonna and so Mike Dunn loves you too. Yeah but we we gotta be honest. We gotTA talk about these ten songs right. Yeah we just gotTa have a quick talk. We're GONNA have a little chat. Should we real quick. Just talk about How two of our musical resolutions from the New Year have already come? Oh Yeah we can very briefly discuss that because an came true last year without me even realizing because my one of my resolutions was actually actually queer SAS revised survival. There's a band called brothers. Yeah and there's being called C.. You Space Cowboy. which is exactly that and I discovered them this past week? it's Yeah it's it's exactly what I call it exactly. Does it count as calling it if it already have it. We just didn't know well. You know it happened within the last year starting. It's starting okay. Also yeah and scarves back everybody. US four wave is here here and it's strange. It's so strange and I've had it stuck in my head for four days. It's awesome guys one hundred GECK'S GECAS GECAS banned from St Louis. I believe a duo electronics. Scary Glitch. E Fair Art Bre Ham freakout manic thank pastiches of the nineties like in the early two thousand and early two thousand bands. We've covered like mashed together. Like they're a broken side there there are. They said their biggest influences were John Zone and three Oh three. So then they have playboy Cardi. Yeah yes they Scott like trap influences power pop punk scream. Oh I it's it's an electronic and happy hardcore like intense electronic. Not just casual she i. It's it's weird did and I liked the song stupid horse. Yeah it is the first the first shots fired of the fourth wave of sky. Yeah we're in it and they even said it. They commented the fourth way this year. So there you go. Everything's coming true lack new metal. Thus we're eight non it'll happen in the FOO Ghazi Reunion. Come on Oh my God yeah seriously okay. So we got that the way back to Madonna. Let's go back to Madonna. And I think we should just get right into it to the tenth in our worst of Madonna. By the way we will make this playlist available to you. I don't know why you would want to listen to this stuffy visa again. That's why we do this work for you But if you WANNA listen to it and judge for yourself go right ahead. We'll leave it in the show nuts K. R.. Alright so this first on here is called Jimmy Jimmy. This is from true blue. Nineteen eighty six in uh-huh.
"madonna" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Hello staffy speech where Madonna welcome to episode of Make It Stop Bad Music Times I'm Heather Mac Mike Dunn and we're back in the saddle one on one as this is Fun to occasionally do. We've had some wonderful guests wonderful episodes recently but We're GONNA do another one of our worst respective 's of Looking back at a very famous popular artists career and choosing Cherry picking the worst. First of their you know long. Many decades of contributions to our culture and we are going to sneer ear and short all at their occasional follies. Even though there's some of the most prolific artists of all time So we have done done. Three of these types of episodes are. This is our third who did to previously which were David Bowie and Prince. Yes I bring that up because I recently had lunch with my dad and he admitted that he was very upset that we even ever bothered to David Bowie. Worst of episode road to that. I say he should listen to the songs and then wake reassess. I know he didn't have much to say when I was like come on. New York's in Love New York's and love soon he yeah he yeah but mistreats it. Does he liked it. And no no but I think he would argue that like that. The whole whole of their contributions of David Bowie's contributions like far outshine. The you know occasional duds which eight you know is totally true but we are here to be snarky assholes also find the worst and everything. Yeah I mean that's kind of what we do and for the most part you know we focus on bad artists but I mean sometimes you get a turnover those rocks for your heroes and see the the gritty underbelly. The were like it's not we're not saying prince or David Bowie is bad. We're not saying thing with Donald Dad. You very lean we very lead guys already. So that's right now. I didn't oh but they already know it. Because they eh dot. It also said Bitch I'm Madonna can point we're talking Madonna CICCONI leaders and Oh yeah baby guests her real name just like Prince Prince Rogers Nelson and David Bowie was like something else David something. Oh I think he was David Joan David. That's right but he wouldn't be Davy Jones monkey so anyway. This is reflecting our knowledge. Guys we're here to speak our truth and to talk about Madonna the highest selling female artist of all time. Yeah yeah real trailblazer too. I mean if you look at top selling artists I watched this like INFO this like INFO graphic video showing the top charting artists of every quarter of every year. Starting with nineteen seventy. Yeah and it's like like it's all it's all dudes all the way until nineteen eighty to nineteen eighty three. And then it's Madonna and from then on you start seeing more and more female female artists start getting top hits you start seeing Celine Dion Carey. She kinda opened the doors for that stuff for. Yeah for I guess. Society as a whole start valuing women popstars. It's true. Yeah I mean we had Debbie Harry you know. He did have similar but she was. Yeah and Madonna definitely broke. I mean she yes. She paved the way for so many artists and is so legendary dairy that you know it is really kind of hard to take aim at Madonna. Donna has done some wild shit. Yes yes we'RE GONNA TAKE A. It's no worries. There will be some aim we'll be we'll be cocked and loaded for definit- definitely some some songs. But I do think that part of the reason why Madonna has done so much wild shit and has made More especially as of late in her career more misteps steps musically is because bitch she's Madonna and because she's kind of had such a such an aura. Such a protect of of protection around her and of and respect that she maybe is not as beholden to like taste anymore. Or you know what I mean like. She doesn't listen to anybody because she does what she wants. I would also argue that you know and I don't mean this disrespectfully Fli right But I do think that Madonna's whole career has been based around sort of appropriating something that's happening in the current Zeitgeist and fucking slaying putting her own mark on it you know. Yeah she did it. If you like with Erotica Erotica yes. down-tempo vogue yeah and the votes lasak appropriation. Right there that yeah And then onto onto even you know Ray of light like that was you know she was tapping into the electron that was happening at the time. And then even like like confessions on a dance floor. Like the resurgence of disco and French house and stuff. Yeah and I think then Ed Bitch I'm Madonna getting so feed to produce it exactly. Yeah and I think the problem is and you know. I don't want to spoil too much but a lot of the songs on this list are GonNa come from in her more recent albums as she gets older and as Pop Music morphs into an increasingly You know sort of robotic. EDM driven idea harper him. Ju Yeah just the latest the latest last few iterations of what pop music is. I don't really fit the Madonna aesthetic or it's just she's really having trouble adapting feeling well and I think that's the problem is that she went from setting the stage and setting the tone and leading the way to then having to Kind of follow and and she knew it like she. She has plenty of of of famous. You know writers and producers around her that she can easily call on and so she can approximate a sound of an of a time But before she would take that and she would really transform it and subvert it and do things like kiss black Jesus feet You know in a music video for for like a prayer and then you know cut to process burning and then a gospel choir singing and dancing around here. So she's still doing pretty pretty provocative stuff but it's people aren't really taking notice like they used to right well and it's also the Kabbalah stuff and there's fake accents and there's a lot of fake accents just going to the Lindsay Lohan school actually Lindsay Lohan was going to Madonna's school. The cost lyrical flaunting of her privileged privilege. Yeah like it's a big. But then the sanctimonious yeah the combination of both things of like. I'm looking down on you for not being in woken up and seeing through this American farce. But I'm GonNa talk about shaking my ass and doing pilates having three nanny again. I want to stress like I love. Madonna yeah I really do. I actually realized in the of course of this. How much I I really love Madonna more than I even gave myself for her credit for like I I was like I'm a huge aged prince fan? I'm a huge Bowie Fan. And when it was like worse than Madonna was like Oh this is going to be easy and even some of these songs like we had to go back and forth of until the very end to pick the the you know the bottom ten. 'cause some of them I was like this is honestly pretty good and actually a lot of them still they have like really good elements but then they oh my God that can be so terribly really frustrating and ruined and and you know eviscerate all goodwill that you build towards them. So don't worry stop as we do our due diligence. Actually Mike did his due-diligence and so you should talk about your process. How many albums? How many compilations will I will say? My Twenty Nineteen spotify wrap top artists was Madonna. Yeah it's because of this. I listened to every single Madonna Song ever fourteen studio albums three soundtrack albums five live albums. I didn't listen to live albums. Six nine six compilation albums did listen to the original songs on the compilation albums and thirty five other limited releases. I don't know that I got all of those I did. Did you listen to some songs that only releases a single lake Justify my love but obviously that song is good Didn't make this list and what what I did is I listened in reverse chronological order and I will say hether. I agree with you some of the songs they picked or some of the songs that would be sort of like squabbled over which ones we were going to use. Are there elements of them. That are good. I will say listening to her. Most recent albums twenty nine hundred. Madame exe which you were saying should have made the worst maybe made? The worst of the year definitely was a contender. But Yeah Twenty. Nine hundred madame x twenty. He's fifteen rebel. Heart Twenty twelve's MDA. I listened to the Super Deluxe versions of those albums which are like thirty tracks each And the the effect of listening to all those new Madonna songs like in a row for hours. It's as a some. They're worse than the individual parts. It is a cluster headache like several. It was a bad experience listening to the first few albums I did. Not It like it is starting to like hate Madonna. Oh them but then it was like as I started getting into Starting with two thousand five confessions fashions on the dance floor which is fucking amazing which is checked out a great album start from there and there was American life which I think is her. Absolute worst album Our friends at Jukebox heroes did an episode with our friends at Rock Candy. Yeah about that Albert Candy. Also on the Pantheon podcast network podcast network Everything before that like Music Ray of light bedtime stories erotica all that shit into the eighties classic material like it was like getting out of a cave into coming out of like crawling my way out of a cave into like the shining light next to a beautiful babbling creek. A A statue of the Virgin. Mary then comes to life and Madonna's making out with her in there becomes her. See that you just got a good idea. Madonna make that video. Oh but that's I think yes so it became a great experience not much bad stuff up until the two thousand. Yeah I mean. Honestly that's where we're all of us fell apart. Didn't we But she is definitely one of those eighties like we talk. We've talked about how a lot of seventies artist filled in the eighty s and a lot of eight hundred ninety s couldn't adapt but Madonna adapted well into her forties. And then I guess that was the shift where it went from from something that felt effortless trail-blazing into something that felt very effort full very like trying very hard to kind of catch up as opposed to setting the pace. And I don't know how that happened. I don't really know exactly. You know why that happened. I just decided maybe that there were so many Generations of now artists and and popstars budding. You know in her wake that we're so influenced by her like the Lady Gaga is that just kind of came came out and did Madonna into the next level. I don't know you know what I mean. Like her. Protege is kind of like took over. You know it's also Bir- Bowie was like. He was a popular artists but he was. You Know Glam Rock Experimental Art Rock. Yeah Prince had the defunct along the MINESSOTA sound he was popped too. But I've Madonna's pretty much pure pop has changed so much and it's a young person's it's your person's game yeah and also also she. Her brand is based around her sexiness. And she's clinging to that still into her sixties which she's looks great last look she does but like. It's still awkward. It's awkward. It's amy poehler from mean girls coming in with little teacup dog. Kuma Oh mom it's cool you can have a drink. I don't mind if you have it in the house like you know. And it's it's it's great that she's a cool mom but it's not it's not actually cool right at that's point. Yeah I'm the same way. It doesn't hit the same way that it did once so she also just started feeling like she needs to get political and then she needs to do get woke. I mean she's very political. It was about the communist revolution. Just sorry no. Of course Gore's not nothing she did before that was really political. Besides the fact that she was like Her existence was kind of political female artists. Papa don't preach was in the a lot of shit on the erotica album was about HIV yeah that's true But I think the Bush sh Era George W. Bush era on anybody to be honest. I don't know it's it's very as they say. Hollywood Hollywood liberal purview because that is also part of it to where we started to not pay attention as much to her music and and we were paying attention more to what the tabloids were saying about her and like her kids and her like fake religion. I mean what fake religion religion and You know and then I'm fairly focused. He yeah that probably was really bad. I did not watch it But then like also also really unfairly focusing on her looks and on her..
"madonna" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"Coming off of visa. Madonna was at the ultimate career crossroads. She'd finally earned the respect as an actress. She'd long craved. The fact that the film was a lawyer. Weber rice musical had also proved a healthy challenge to Madonna's voice months of training and performing the Broadway caliber songs had increased her range and refined her vocal technique. Madonna was never going to be a power diva at the level of selene Dion or Mariah Carey, but she was now equipped with the strongest chops of her career, but selene and Mariah were not her only competition as she pondered returning to the studio in nineteen ninety seven while she was taking her time out, the radio had swung back toward pure pop in theory that was good for her, but the charts veered hard right toward teenage artists, and this was half a decade after America had already told Madonna, they liked her. Her best, not as a provocateur, but as a ballad crooning adult, all this backdrop is essential to understanding what a miracle it was when Madonna and her collaborators came up with Ray of light. The. Of. Substitute for. By substitute fuller. Again, it's so easily could have not worked an album by thirty nine year old, embracing her maturity, but attempting to sound fresh trance and trip hop, where the young sounds Madonna felt closest to especially after her fruitful experiments on singles with Nelly Hooper and massive attack. But none of Madonna's prior electronic singles had made much of a dent on the pop charts and electron IKA was already proving more hype than hit even mega platinum superstars who were trying on the style were falling flat. You U2. who in nineteen ninety. One had successfully adapted to the sound of rave music on octa baby trip themselves up, trying to adapt to electron IKA there. Ironically, titled ninety seven album pop debuted at number one, but was off the charts months before Christmas, the shortest charting studio album of the band's career today. Date..
"madonna" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Madonna down, but. Don't give up. What you say in. Strong. Smoke was told the stem. This. She said. Two. There's a light at the end of the night and read sant-, go. Casper paired by pass. Not as we know knowing knows. There's a need ask. Turn..
"madonna" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Show in there at that i would very much but alone you know i think a lot of people would i mean if people watch the tv stuff yeah which you know my wife and i do yes i would watch an antiques roadshow there's no reason on paper there's no reason that show should have been a massive hit right i'm just watching like that's just watching old people go my grandmother gave me this tea kettle we human beings like crap we like crap like collecting things it's material world we are material girls don't you huge points for your madonna reference yes but do you ever walk into one of those antique shops and you just see like a little old lady sitting back there just you know kind of she's got like our little teapot he has got like a little coffee thing and then like a newspaper and if you go i get it i completely could see beauty the beautiful simplicity of just because it doesn't really matter if you sell anything it's like this is just her little space to everyday life is clean simple i totally i totally relate to that and our our friend ben who i was just talking about it's so fun to go to his house because it's just you know he's always circulating the crap and you know he's houses just the storage facility for grits duffy selling and it's it's fun it's like a wonderland in their thing anyway well that's what's great about it though is that like rather than buying premade furniture everything has a story and even if you don't know the story you know that if it's been around for a long time it has a story and then you are adding like all this weird old stuff that we have i think like we're just we're basically just caretaking it for now in the stream of time it will pass onto someone else whether or not you know we have kids and give it to them or they'll dissipated shar and we are just taking care of this stuff for now and i kind of i kind of liked it it's it's not ours forever do you have a place that was that way or did you make it that way.
"madonna" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The right go straight back stand up sit down fifi fight i mean whatever it's going to do and i thought that that would be an interesting job well and that's really cool too because an honored the dress the design right way that the designers wanna present it in a lot of designers accompany their guess john gallagher excuse me tom galliano john paul goatee madonna and jerry scott was with cardi b and so they know how they want their looks to be presented and they can just be there to do a little fluffy little buff little did it was it was fun i think other ones that i thought were really really interesting was jarad leto basically looks like jesus a crown my jesus and like a long what would you call that thing you know the thing that comes around your neck and goes down what is that called where's my catholic i had but he was wearing gucci gucci all the time but this he upped the ante in theme with the met gala last night juana del rey and she had had peace on with birds out of it the one that really i think she just bugs me right now is katy perry she looked like a victoria's secret model because the giant we did and she was wearing for such a and she the wings it just reminded me of a victoria secret model you know they always wear the wings doormat who doesn't like fashion we know she barely never wears makeup really when she accepted all the awards this year it wasn't last night but she had an ostrich hat on that was fantastic and i loved it so much because it was spoofing fashion but yet it was fabulous at the same time shula crates youth wearing valentino in that headdress wrapped around her entire face i loved it and it looked like she was having a great time of the red card rate time riano really was amazing popat on across wondering who's going to do on ahead to do it and i think her for it she looks good and had other ones that i thought stuck out diane kruger had a really cool looking look a lot of netting in front of the face.
"madonna" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"You know she's got three tone garage door shouted looking amazing but trashy she was a trash heap in that but she was the comic relief of course the sassy best friend right yeah but why were we talk about all this oh language something language the language then we led to that led to cockney rhyming slang polo why were we talking about language that i'm not sure okay well i have to say i'm sorry that's right madonna who i love them donna mary sure like in christian mythology the madonna the mother of god who is giving immaculate conception in the catholic tradition we've referred to madonna and also the differentiation between madonna and the madonna few times on this show so it's just means milady just means milady and italian no just means milady you have the virgin is is a more general general virgin yeah the anal virgin okay that's more of a general state though isn't it it's a stay well it's it's a volatile stay volatile state it's a transitional state oh it surely is a math for died the metro this john transitioning hermaphrodites into virgins icy from so this is of course we have the price tag on the hammond of the girl to bring the health to the family but anyways the mythology of the virgin mother she who is untested by childbirth to deliver the son of god into the world that is i love that and going from there to the madonna coney she has sung on confessions on dance for called what was it i'm sorry sorry sorry.
"madonna" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Madonna's face would make champion his disco against completed designers true jeez who don i get mmhmm down the same oil spill you're getting real well known take my car because it's never been be government awesome do i now holding up everybody knows this becker thanks yeah doc gossiping bill.
"madonna" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"It i could just sit here for the rest of the rest of the goddamn week i don't have anything to do i mean if i wasn't so fucking responsible padding myself on the back i mean there's a bunch of shit that i could just put off to next week and in i could just sit here drinking non can stop so that's the problem my problem is my fuck it free time so i'm going to i respect the fact that you're trying to help me my wife my wife all the other hand i've told her budget time say i in alcoholic she goes guide billion not in alcohol can not a fucking alcoholic so i would think that she would know she lives with me but i appreciate it and all these going to say the whole time is he's in denial yellow willie ofahengaue eggs up alcoholics alike the like madonna madonna always shows did over the top shocking stuff you know what i mean and then if you've been like madonna drops music videos sucked in then they get to hide behind were all i was looking for was the reaction its art art is just you can't judge it the blood thanks to the back back so there you go i dunno listen i'm open to the idea if i am and alcohol but there's no fucking way i'll ever be able to go to a meeting there's no way i'm not going to go down there and just not fucking laugh my balls off listening to your your your falcons stories that would make keith richards go jesus christ.