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China struggles with COVID infections after controls ease
"China's struggling with COVID infections after controls ease. Social media uses are reporting a rash of COVID-19 cases in schools and businesses across China. After the ruling Communist Party, loosened antivirus rules, as it tries to reverse a deepening economic slump. Official data shows a fall in new cases, but there is no longer cover big parts of the population after this week's decision to end mandatory testing for many people, social media users in Beijing and other cities say coworkers and classmates are ill and some businesses have closed due to lack of staff. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Elizabeth Taylor Helped Rock Hudson When the Reagans Abandoned on Him
"Speaking of aids. Elizabeth Taylor comes to mind. And there is a great story the other day how, when Rock Hudson was really ill with HIV and aids and he wanted to get into some special treatment at a hospital in France and friends of his reached out to Ronald Reagan and Nancy saying, you know, you got to make a phone call. We got to get rocking this hospital in Paris. And they turned their backs on them. They wanted nothing to do. That's the kind of scourge aids was. Like some people were like, no, no, no, I don't want to know anything about it. I'm not a part of it. And then other people dove right in and fought. And Elizabeth Taylor was one of those people who dove in and said, now, the hell with this. I'm going to help these people and there's a great biography out now called Elizabeth Taylor grit and clamor of an icon by Kate Anderson brower. And she makes no bones about saying how the reagans, even though they were longtime friends of Rock Hudson, they refused to make a call for him to receive this experimental treatment that might have extended his life. And that really touches me because I know what that was like for my dad. And I know what I went through to extend his life. And I was nobody. We were nobody. We were just fucking people on Long Island. But we somehow did it. And the reagans, fuck, he was the president. But they wanted no part of it.
A Prayer for Joy Unspeakable
"We don't have to wait for God to make a big splashy announcement in our lives for us to know unspeakable joy. When he calls us to himself and we responded, we knew joy unspeakable. He made a way when there seemed to be no way and we remember how we did it and what we felt. We can call these remembrances to our mind when we feel like we need to hunker down and wait the night out. But joy comes when we seek him. A prayer for joy and speakable. Holy God, I'm feeling a little joyless today. I'm hungered down waiting for this long, middle to end. Day after day I get up, go to work and come home to never ending tasks and then go to bed. I wake up in the new day is just like yesterday. Joy feels foreign. I can't remember the last time joy flooded my heart. I want to be so thrilled with your joy like the shepherds were that night so long ago, but I tell people about what you've done in my life. Help me to seek you with my whole being lord. Give me eyes to see you at work in my life. Let me know joy and speakable today. In Jesus name, amen.
The House Passes the Respect for Marriage Act
"The marriage act. The respect for marriage act. That is now passed a bunch of cowards and now going into Joe Biden's desk where he will stumble over there and scribble something on a piece of paper to make it into effect. This is my whole thing here. Marriage between two men is not a marriage. That's not marriage. That's called a relationship. And in America, you can have a relationship if you want to. You can do whatever you want to do. But that's not marriage. You can call it whatever you want to call it, but it's not marriage. Marriage is between a man and a woman. And, you know, it bothers me that we just go down and slippery slope. The further we go, the further into the battery we get. Just like a marriage between 30 year old and a 16 year old ain't a marriage. That's not marriage. You can't marry a minor. In some cases, they let people marry minus. But generally speaking, you can't marry a minor. You can't marry a kid. Some things, I think should be preserved in a conservative manner. Because this is what's going to happen. When they get out here and they go marriage between two men is a law. What's going to happen if they go to your church and they say, I want you to marry me and my husband. And according to the Bible, two men shall not be together. Especially not in marriage, according to the Bible. Don't get mad at me. I didn't write the Bible.
Candace Owens' Court Battle Is Officially Over
"I got some people calling in let me see what they talking about. But I want to give Candace Owens to shout out. For winning that court case against fraudulent fake black Republican candidate Kimberly klacik. Kimberly klacik sued Candace Owens for $20 million because Candace Owens exposed to her regarding her FEC reports. And I said, exposed her meaning she just asked the questions, why are you spending this distance and as a politician because according to your FEC reports, this seems suspicious. Instead of coming back and saying, hey, let me explain these things. Let's have a conversation. Let me explain them or whatever. You don't have to have a conversation. She made up all these lies said Candace Owens made up stuff about her and she sued her for $20 million. But ladies and gentlemen, as of recently, I think it was yesterday came out that Kimberly klacik lost the lawsuit. It was a frivolous lawsuit. And she knew she was wrong. And she ended up sitting with Candace and having to pay her a $115,000. But, you know, her cowardice, corny, wack, drug using self isn't going to come out and apologize, she's not going to be an honest woman because she was on social media talking big trash. I remember swatching it. Talking about, oh, I beat Ken, it's ha ha. Let's see you in court. All this other stuff and now she lost and she quiet.
Micah Parsons Apologizes After Viral Tweets About Brittney Griner
"The NFL linebacker, mister Parsons, who was a tremendous football player, mind you. But I want to go back over to stuff that he said because in my mind, I'm thinking, why did he apologize? And then it's like, everybody's apology is dead. I communicated with somebody that I respect. Why can't you communicate with somebody respect, but still disagree with them? I don't think he should have apologized for this. And let me read his tweets again. He said, wait, no. We left the marine. And then he goes on to write, we still not voting for you. It's what parson said in a tweet for Joe Biden. Because I believe he had the wisdom to say, we got her, but didn't get a marine. You're doing this for votes. From black people. This is one of them cares you can dangle over the black man head and say, look what we did for y'all. Now we get y'all votes for another 20 years. But Parsons in my opinion had an educated opinion about it. And he made a statement that I believe that is a sentiment of many people in this country. But then, somebody, some woke black dude, veteran, somebody on this team, or somebody stupid, I wouldn't say stupid, but somebody who's who I think is less bold about the statements that they make, must've told him he better apologize or else. He said I just spoke, this is the tweet he wrote after he deleted his other tweets. Just spoke to some people that I respect and trust, I should have been more educated on the topic and not tweeted out of emotion for my family and others who have served. For that I apologize, he goes on to say, also, if what I've been told about also, if what I'm told about the attempts to bring the marine home are true, then the best outcome was accomplished. I pray mister Whelan comes home, but I'm extremely happy for Britney and our family. I am not too prideful to admit when I made a mistake. I respect what he said, but you didn't make a mistake. You know what? You don't have to delete what you said. You can add context to what you said.
How Biden Caved to Putin With Prisoner Exchange
"You know, I wish they could be honest with us. And say, hey, she's a high profile person. Listen, it makes more sense to bring her home. If we lose a basketball player, that's popular that's going to look bad on us. So we brought a home. I'm just going to keep you real with y'all. We'll try this again and get way back, but we had the brain pretty grinding back. It's politically expedient to do that. Just keep it 100. Just keep 100. Think about this. You know what? You know how whack it betrayed that is? It tells you what negotiators we have on the table. They go, Putin tells him if you want the basketball player, give us this guy. If you don't want to give us this guy, CC, let me tell you how they framed it. She said it was Brittany griner and nobody. Well, you didn't have to give up the you didn't have to give a Victor guy. Victor bow, you didn't have to give him up, did you? They say Brittany grinder and nobody, he said, when we ain't giving up, Victor bout. So screw him, we'll put him to death in America. You give us both our people and we put him to death. What you want to do? I think that could have been a good argument. But no, they go, Russia, Vladimir Putin, spit on a picture of Joe Biden and then said, you give us this man back or else. We're going to put this boy to work. Oh, this girl that looked like a boy to work. And he said, okay, we'll do whatever you want to do Vladimir.
WNBA Star Brittney Griner Released From Russian Custody
"Brittany griner is now released from prison in Russia and in exchange for convicted arms dealer. Now, a lot of people are probably thinking what I'm thinking. How do you trade a convicted arms dealer? Whose nicknamed the merchant of death, who's probably involved in the murder and pillaging of so many other people, maybe not directly, but maybe indirectly, given the fact that he's delivering arms that are illegal, the massive amount of crimes that he was associated with led him to an American prison. It wasn't just a crime that he committed on American sword. He was committing crimes, internationally. And we got him and put him in prison here. And you're going to change, you're going to exchange a person like that. With that much of a criminal history, for NBA player that can't really dunk. Now her doctor ain't really got nothing to do with it, but the facts still remain. She's illegitimate. And comparison to what they traded her for. And this is my whole thing. Do I believe that it was excessive to do 9 years in prison and sent to a camp to do hard labor for being in possession of an illegal substance at the airport? Of course, 9 years is to us in America. It's far too excessive. However, you did the crime, you got to do the time and somebody else's country.
Bari Weiss: Purpose of 'Strategic Response Team' at Twitter
"Thread but this is Barry Weiss who formally worked at The New York Times but left there Because of their censorship and their covering And their partisanship She said the group that decided whether to limit the reach of certain users Was the strategic response team global escalation team or the SRT GET It often handled up to 200 cases a day This is the blacklisting That took place But there existed a level beyond official ticketing Beyond the rank and file moderators following the company's policy on paper That is the site integrity policy policy escalation support Notice it Now look how significant and serious this was giving themselves all these titles and names An operations So this was a thorough thorough censorship operation Of people with whom they disagreed which is conservatives Republicans scientific experts that questioned what Washington was doing This secret group included head of legal policy and trust Here we are again The Jaya Gotti She has her hands and everything The global head of trust and safety y'all Roth he has his hands and everything Subsequent CEOs Jack Dorsey and piragua And others This is where the biggest most politically sensitive decisions got made Quote think high follower account controversial unquote another Twitter employee told us For these there would be no ticket or anything In other words send it upstairs and just shut it One of the accounts that rose to this level of scrutiny was at lib soft
Eric Metaxas: The American Church Is Hiding in a Theological Corner
"To sum up my book, it's called letter to the American church, but the sort of sum it up, it, or at least one of the things that's at the center of this book letter to the American church is the idea that if you're a person of particularly Christian faith, because I write letter to the American church. This is the people who claim to be Christians. If you think you can avoid politics, if you think you should avoid politics, that is an unbiblical idea, and not only is it on biblical, but if you do not fight for liberty, if you do not fight for these biblical values, you will not even get to do the one thing you think you need to do, which is preach the quote unquote gospel, you won't even get to do that. You are going to be silenced because we have an essentially binary choice. The values of the Bible lead to freedom. And if you are under an authoritarian regime and you don't fight back against that and fight for religious liberty, you are more and more and more going to be unable even to say anything, even the one theological thing that you want to talk about. The gospel, you won't even get to talk about that. So these things are unavoidably related and the lie that I'm trying to push back at in a lot of what I write, but especially in the new book letter to the American church. Is this idea that we can just carve out our little theological corner, there is no such thing. The Bible doesn't allow us to do that. It says, you're supposed to take the truth of God into all the world into every sphere into politics into culture into schools into media. And by the way, if you don't do that, you're doing nothing. You can't really hide in a theological corner. If you hide in the theological corner and just stick to what you think is somehow non controversial, you're kidding yourself and you're doing nothing. And I think that that's why we are where we are Bryce in the culture is because for about 50 years, we haven't fought that battle. We haven't understood that at the heart of our faith is taking that faith into every region of the world and of the culture and fighting for liberty and understanding that there's a link between faith and the God of the Bible and liberty and self government. If you don't get that, you kind of lose everything.
Despite a Government Shutdown, We Will Not Go Bankrupt
"And I will have to explain again on the air for the hundredth time why we will not go bankrupt and why we will not miss that payments Here's a little hint This government takes in about 320 to $330 billion a month When the government shuts down quote unquote it continues to take in tax proceeds You're not prevented or stopped from paying your taxes Most of the people at the Internal Revenue Service are considered essential employees so I think continue to gather your money So that money comes in no matter what That's number one See I got myself started here Number two The good faith and credit clause of the constitution Is found in the post Civil War amendments Good faith and credit clause has absolutely nothing to do with what goes on today about the budget It had to do with paying off the war debt from the Civil War That's it Number three Social security Medicare and veterans benefits are specifically excluded under federal law federal statute When the government quote unquote shuts down And yet they will try to scare that hell out of all of you Number 5 when Paul Ryan used to be a serious individual and came on this program he made it abundantly clear that 17% of the government actually shuts down when they have a shutdown 83% of the government continues
Sen. Tom Cotton: Viktor Bout Should Not Have Been Released
"Joe Biden just released a man under the world who is responsible for the death of thousands Thousands He is the greatest in this sense I mean most horrendous arms dealer that's ever existed He is armed terrorists militia groups civil wars particularly in Africa where there's a lot of African individuals a lot of black people who have been slaughtered as a result of what he's done And he wants to be celebrated today And I'm reading The Huffington Post and I'm watching and CNN's going on about how important this is because the American who's been returned is LGBTQ and a black person What the hell does that have to do with anything Well Mark it doesn't have anything to do with anything And I think you're right to stress just what a monster Victor boot the merchant of death yes You're right he's responsible for deaths of thousands He's responsible for much more than that Amputations torture rape child soldiers across the continent of Africa as well as Latin America and Asia too And there's a reason why Vladimir Putin has wanted him released for the last ten years Remember Victor boots only 55 years old This is not a decrepit old man who is dying in prison This is someone that is going to be right back in the heart of the Kremlin working with Vladimir Putin and other mercenary leaders and his war in Ukraine and is consistent undermining of American interest around the world So irrespective of who we received in return for Victor boot we should not have released him because he is going to havoc against the United States and to get some Americans and it creates incredibly dangerous precedent for the future If Joe Biden will release the merchant of death if you detain an American and imprison them who won't he release
Can MAGA Republicans Stop Rep. McCarthy From Becoming Speaker?
"All right, tell me, this nattering that's going on among Matt Gaetz and whoever will talk to him about Kevin not being the speaker. That is so injurious in the United States. I'll never have him on this show for what he's doing. And he said he's never going to vote. Maybe it'd be changed his mind. And I don't care if anyone ever talks to him again, but are you going to get a majority for the speaker on the first ballot, which he needs? He needs that. We do not need the nattering nabobs of negativism to borrow from spiral agnew chewing up the GOP majority before it even sits down. What's going on? And for what purpose? What in the world do these few individuals? What beef do they have with Kevin McCarthy? I mean, what has he done that is so offended them? They go, no, we can't have TMB our speaker. And at what price do we pay? What did the American people going to think about Republican leadership if we can't even select our own leader? And by the way, we have voted on a leader. We had free and fair elections. We had several people who put their names in the ring, said, I want to be the speaker, and Kevin was selected. He was overwhelmingly selected. A 180 or a 190 to 30. There was a democratic process to decide who was going to be our leader, Kevin won resoundingly and for some of these cone heads to make the issue of this, in front of the American people and not give him that vote on the floor. It is so disrespectful to the process, but more than that, to use your word. It's injurious to the American people. Because it demonstrates a lack of seriousness on the part for the American for the party. And that is cone headed. You don't have to name anyone, but I will say, Cohen had is being generous to Matt Gaetz. And you know what? If you want to repair your image in the United States, you don't do it by being the guy who destroys the momentum of the incoming majority on something as important as the select committee and the stuff that's got. I think McCarthy is going to be the speaker. I don't know what these people are doing.
The Threat of a Rising China
"Yeah, well, I have your ear. My suggestion to the select committee to the speaker and every member on it is to schedule hearings long in advance, hold them at night and tell C-SPAN to come. So Americans can decide for themselves whether or not to watch. I certainly will. I'll play them all the next day. And not to be quarreling with the Democrats. In fact, I asked my Gallagher yesterday and he made congresswoman spanberger and he named a couple of other serious Democrats on national security. He did not name Seth Moulton or Jared golden who had a couple others here. Not everyone has to be a veteran, but it sure does help. I also suggested they put on one says, come on because having a Spanish speaking Republican who can take the committee's message on to Spanish media would be very, very useful. Who among the Democrats would you like to see if this thing's really going to work in the common interest to the benefit of all Americans? Well, I think there's a number of them. I mean, Christian warranty, for example, unfortunately, one that I have tremendous respect for Peter well choose just the cube is just selected senator and there's a number of others. But I got to go back to your previous point to you and that is one of the challenges we have on the work that we do on the House intelligence committee, which I stated is that it's behind closed doors. It's down to the skip. We can't talk about it. And that can be the focus of the new select committee on China. It can't focus on the national security or the classified Intel part of it. It's going to be open. It's got to be where the American people can see it and hear it. I could not agree with you more on your observation on that point.
Rep. Chris Stewart Talks Select Committee on China
"Welcome back, America. I'm Hugh Hewitt, Merry Christmas to you all. I'm joined now by Chris Stewart, congressman Chris Stewart represents Utah. In the United States House of Representatives, before that, he flew for the air force he flew the B one B bombers, the author of 17 books, many of them bestsellers. He's on a probe, sees on Intel. Congressman Stuart, welcome to the Hugh Hewitt show. Hey, good morning. I got to know. Are you going to put your hand up for the new select committee on China that leader McCarthy when he becomes speaker McCarthy is going to stand up? Kevin and I have already talked about it. I think I told Kevin as we discussed it before he decided to create the committee. I said, Kevin, I think this is the most important thing you can do perhaps in your time as speaker. And I really mean that. I mean, we're at such a critical time with our relationship and our understanding of the rise of China. I look forward to a hope having a chance to work on that committee. You know, I am telling you congressman, it could be the Catholic commission on organized crime. I have to come off a committee. It could educate Americans on the sinister nature of this regime and the fact that we, whether we want to be in it or not, we're in a hundred year marathon to quote Michael Pillsbury. Do you think America is aware yet of the threats all around them posed by the Chinese Communist Party? No, we're certainly not. The good news is that we're more aware now than we were even just I think maybe 5 years ago or so. There's been a sea change in people's attitudes. And you see it in the business community clearly. And as part of that is driven by COVID and the responsive China to COVID and also realizing our dependence on China. I mean, who knew three years ago that 92% of our antibiotics are manufactured in China? For the 96% of our generic drugs, we were dependent upon China. So I think that's accelerated a little bit, but I still talk with business leaders all the time who have no intention of this tangling from China.
Why Have Meghan and Prince Harry Dishonored Harry’s Family?
"Know if I have spoken about Megan and I'm Harry. Ever. Do you recall me ever? I referred to a few times. Okay, so I'm not saying I didn't. I'm just saying I don't recall. But if I did, it was fleeting. Is that fair to say? Yeah. I made fleeting reference. To this couple. Now that their Netflix series is out and it's, have you seen anything of it? Have you seen the trailers? Yes, yeah. So anyway, it's supposedly a real expose of the royal family, et cetera, et cetera I think what pushed me over the brink was the Robert F. Kennedy, I don't know, Human Rights Campaign did you see that? You know how many people were at that dinner where they he or they were given the award for 2022? 1500 people and I'm sure they paid a lot of money. I'm really, I really want to choose my words carefully. In the public sphere, I'm not sure I can identify people who are as much a nothing as they are.
Dan Horowitz: Long-Term Side Effects From COVID Vaccines
"As a friend of mine forget this radio stuff in this conservative commentator stuff I'm scared I mean I'm a health guy I work out a E right I want to live to see my daughters get married And I asked doctor McCullough you know is there a time period where you're in the clear Because I got the initial two shots and never did it again Is there any data out there indicating that after say a one or two year time lapse That if there were going to be some negative side effects because not everybody's going to get them But if they were going to be that after this time period you may be okay Man Dan I mean no no such data exists but it doesn't necessarily mean that it is a problem but I want to answer a question I say there's something I wish I could find this and I'll send it to you so you could sense your listeners There's an amazing clip from Fauci I want to say 1988 1990 maybe 1999 where he's talking about a potential HIV vaccine And he said look the reason why you can't just rush this stuff out is because even if it goes on a few years and it almost seems to be good And this was a disaster but it's good Tin 12 years later it could creep up on you And that's why you really need to study those things for a decade before you unleash them and historically that's what we did Think about something that run off right off the bat We have like every malady you know let me just give an example This is in the government's decent data but it's also in several published surveys That anywhere from between a 7 and 12% that's a massive percent of people who got the shots experienced either shortness of breath chest pains or arrhythmia Now that's not necessarily the life threatening but that ain't good
Dan Horowitz: No Urgency to Study Myocarditis From COVID Vaccine
"Is the shot producing new spike protein in some people months later and even from the original one so a number of reasons studies have shown there's a sweeter study that the myocarditis they were seeing in the hospitals is the tip of the iceberg There's subclinical myocarditis where they measure keep blood elevated troponin levels they found scarring on the heart tissue that you don't really see on EKGs or stress tests You might pass the stress test but it takes a cardiac MRI And those things are very expensive So they're not going to order them unless you're approved for one and the government really should be paying for that So studies that have paid for this and have done it they found massive percentage Sometimes 20% of the people having subclinical myocarditis and then nearly everyone having elevated troponin levels So again you could theorize that some people you know it doesn't affect them and they go on the rest of their lives But some people it's a ticking time bomb And to me the bigger concern is that there's no concern to even study this It's very easy to study if you wanted to But the only people with the resources to do so are the ones who clearly don't want to
"many people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Weekend for many people marked the end of summer for others and marks the beginning of a perfect season. For going to the beach. No better place to have a bachelorette party. Then the beach on Plum Island figures Sarah from lower and while her wedding still a month away the first week after Labor Day is the perfect time to do it on a cloud in the sky. Nobody on the beach not like people love all people. But that sounds very beach, where one week ago a patch of open stand would be a hot commodity. There's a lot of real estate between blankets that suits Duncan just fine We can After Labor Day everyone packs it in because I think summer's over, but definitely nice without the crowds. And if there is one type of person who Is really digging this. It's someone like Nancy, who actually owns beach. Real Estates Pretty disheartening in the summer, it gets a little crowded. This is really the nice time to be at the beach from the North Shore candle Bill WBZ you Boston's NewsRadio, Apparently a student, fell asleep on a bus and then missed morning drop off yesterday in Taunton at an elementary school But thanks to protocols in place was quickly found and then safely returned to school bus driver returned to the nearby Bus depot and did a routine check to ensure the bus was Empty while the bus driver then found a student asleep on one of the seats. And the driver woke the student up. The driver, then returned to the elementary school and dropped. The student of at no time was a child left unattended on attended. Rather, and the student was not late for school. The parents have since been notified. A food network baking competition will be featuring a pastry chef from Carver in his upcoming season. Let's find out more from WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe cannot divulge the outcome of the Halloween baking championship. You can't say whether you want or lost, right. I cannot say that Secrecy. Correct. But Stephen Suchocka can say that he baked a creepy cake for the competition. Under the theme of eighties slasher movies. The pastry chef was contacted to be on the food Network show earlier this year. I got all these messages online from a casting producer wondering if I had any interest. I was, of course, like, Yeah, sure, I'd love to. Stephen is one of 10 competitors.
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"many people" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"Doing it until i'm not here. Hopefully it'll live on way past me. When i died two hundred years from now and my other sister was afflicted with mental illness and other issues and she was a sweetheart and she had a very hard light. So i'm I'm segue into helping mental health issues of pretty soon as soon as i can. I was talking with my friend. Howie mandel and that's on a podcast that we did together talk about it because i want to. I need to help people with with those issues. 'cause how he was saying every one hundred percent of the people have mental health illness It's just how much they're how strong they are what they're made up with their. Dna is and how big the the valve is metaphorically of how it affects you looking at it. That and he's he's been his his compulsive disorder..
"many people" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"I have a work ethic that my father gave me And he worked so hard his whole life and his father died because it was during the depression so with all the financial stuff people are going through. Which is when. I call people in my podcast. That is a lot of. It is the difficulties that people don't even give a lot of well it just hasn't really come through for a lot of people in this present time That are out there. I was talking to one guy. Won't kid i called up. He was stoned for half hour. Head to keep talking to him he was so funny and then i talked to another guy who was with his mom and a hotel did know where they were going to go. Clear and quarantine don't have any money. Doesn't it how he's going to survive. And my heart's breaking. When i finished that podcast i went in some my white. Kelly and i just started crying. And i went while this is And i'm not on the front lines. I'm you know. I'm in my house. And i'm talking to him on the phone but that doesn't mean i can't feel in my heart empathy or try to help so it's I'm very fortunate to be in a position where i do. Wanna help people. If i can just with my voice and With my pocketbook and and just get people through this time. 'cause i am dead figure to people and so armee i'll i'll be online and do an instagram. Live and fifteen year olds. Twelve year olds. Nine year olds are on there then. Forty year olds and sixty year olds and to bring people together as gift. You know You've given back in so many ways and one of the biggest is with the scleroderma research foundation. Talked a little bit about why you are so passionate about that and why scleroderma is difficult to diagnose and just a disease that has really puzzled researchers. You're so sweet. And you've you've. We've talked about this many times before when i was on your dad's show and you were there you. You're so kind to help me get the light out of you know what it is so fascinating to me and since you were on the show. I've done research on an independently and thought like from time to time. Hey i want to look and see what's going on. If there's been a lot a lot of development as of now of course because of quarantine have been a lot of. It's stopped quite a bit as much as they're researching cova did was The biggest one of the biggest centers that we fund as johns hopkins and that's one of the best hospitals obviously in the world and also ucsf and stanford we fund and we're based in san francisco And we are. We have a wonderful of ceo. Lou kevin and an amazing board of people whose including susan vinegar Top chef wonderful too hot tamales anyway as she is so beautiful and we this organization i got involved because my sister passed away from scleroderma but i got involved before it. And i got a call from a woman named sharon manzke based in santa barbara who is Stricken with the disease. She was going to be an ice skater and wanted to go to the olympics and she got this disease and she still had three children while having it..
"many people" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"Cbs on this morning show. That was against good morning america today. Show so i did that. And then. I got fired from that. Because i was to guess wise guys from morning tv. And then i got the job on full house playing the the ritchie cunningham part from the same producers to a bob wyatt and tom miller and jeff franklin had wanted me for the show originally and i wasn't available so and then the video show just happened in the whole world. Watch both shows so. It was really weird. I didn't hear. I was playing this this wholesome thing and being this wholesome navigator people getting hit in the crotch before youtube kind of a pioneer away. Totally across video. Yeah yeah so. That's a yeah. i didn't. I didn't think it was going to happen. I guess the biggest thing that happened. Rodney dangerfield also helped. You put me on his young comedians special. When the funniest people in the world wanna work with you. And tell you your special and you're funny and they're the people that work the hardest to get there and suffered the most to get their rodney. Dangerfield suffered a great deal to get there. He was persecuted so much. She had to change his name. From jacob cohen. To jack roy and then that didn't work so he finally got changed a club. Owner called rodney dangerfield. That night was like an episode of mrs mazel. Yeah really and then richard pryor. You can't you can't even. It's it's exactly what people are still fighting for today. Would he went to. He was raised in a brothel He was close to this grandmother peoria illinois and a he just said the truth is truth and he was stretchered for comedy when needed but it was miraculous what he did and he had done it. Ten years earlier he'd been arrested for saying those things. Yeah became one of the biggest voices that comedy will ever have and then I just somehow was always around funny people and then i became the family person for a while which i always will love to do. I love entertaining families. But i don't do it in my standup i. I'm i'm who i am you know. Yeah yeah i mean i entertain people could entertain families if they're fifteen families. Yeah and then so. You're talking about the people that you were surrounded by as far as Standup is concerned. And then you also had just the tremendous group of people on full house. And i wondering you know when you look back at your life that way in terms of the people who've surrounded you. You seem to have really hit the jackpot in in terms of just really having a great collection of people around you. Well i i feel very i feel more fortunate and understand it more now and i'm sixty four years old although i don't feel it It i am very very fortunate to have the friends that i have and the family that i have in the amazing wife's that i have and great amazing daughters that i have so that's where i'm the luckiest man in the world But i'm still you know i'm able. I will never stop working..
"many people" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"When you first took on the role of. Danny tanner that you would become this father figure to you. Know a couple of generations of people and in that way you sort of have a unique role and a unique voice in talking to people about what's going on and and in talking to to the people who know you from danny tanner and who no no you from how. I met your mother and america's funniest home videos and and the other things that you've done. I mean people listen to your voice. It's really interesting. And i had to go through a lot of psychology at there. Were plenty of shrink sessions with a professional to figure out. Yes i. I have a responsibility because i've been blessed with being this guy who was the one that was made fun of the most when full house originally came on. You know the this fantasy lily white family but it turned out to be loved by so many people. I've had so many people over the come up to me and say i had no dad as a kid and and you you kinda raised. The i've had people that said say to me. I was in prison for twenty years. Bob when you would show that kept me when i was young thinking that there could be a happy home and it was based on death of the mother so it was it was Really a gift for me. And i kind of realized that i wouldn't have done a podcast. It's like i wrote a book called dirty daddy. Half of it is about the death of my sisters my parents. But i find humor in it somehow because i do gallows humor or i do. I'll start writing. So i you know i lost my sister. Please save your laughs till the end. You know it's irreverent. No that was in the book. I mean it was. I wasn't giving you an instruction. That's actually. please save your last to the end of having been funny so far but But that the idea of being tongue in cheek kind of a wry way of looking at the worst stuff that can happen. But i my last special zero to sixty Near the end of the show. I'm about to close the show with a song called. We've got to be kind to each other and it's a it's about loving everybody no matter what where they come from who they are and then Somebody said we need you. Bob and the audience was on their feet standing. And i hadn't finished a had just finished a song before the last song because i do music in my shows as well and they said we need you and i said well as long as you need me i'll be here. And then they started cheering. And i started crying because it was jeter is batman..
"many people" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
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"many people" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"Think comedy is going to be affected by it and we're going to be sad for a while and we're going to be in mourning for a while and we just hope that Were able to be in public assembly as i stand up comedy goes. I've moved my dates to the end of the year. And i'm hoping i'm able to keep them. I don't wanna have every fourth it seat with a person with a mask on right. Yeah i also don't want civil unrest because my audience is very diverse. I have every age every race in my audience. And i want nothing but love to be out there because i don't understand. I cannot understand racism. I'm a naive person. And i know from my childhood on a kid you have to be taught to hate someone from for the color of their skin and and anybody. That's listening to. This thinks that. I'm wrong is completely wrong there. You you you teach people to to hate Also fears there. There's violence involved that's the you know. Ptsd of life that we all suffer from anyway. I know it's going to be an all of comedy if you watch our late night. Shows you hear when you watch stephen colbert. If you watch even jimmy fallon jimmy. Kimmel has been a saint during all of this and trying to help so many people and is always a asking people to give to all of the black lives matter causes and And some people go. Oh that's the left. That's the liberals and other people go now. That's that's humanity so That's why michael chase thing. I recommend everybody see it because he and he does it with a smile on his face. Because you know people get mad over black lives matter and then a lot of people are going well all lives matter and then he's going no that's not the point he's just saying black lives matter. He's all we wanted was. All we got was we matter he said so. The starting point is weird matter g you know. He doesn't say thanks. But that would be my. Gosh she. g will accors. thank you. Yeah and so. It's a heartbreaking thing but comedy and tragedy a right there together and i love comedy and our been working on projects you know and trying to get things teed up for after the Pandemic but there's a lot we're we're in the middle of morning right now. We're are in the middle. As as a nation as people of reflection and if there's you know hatred where in the middle of those people having hatred and if there's anger.
"many people" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"Changing as a result of the pandemic and the upset over the death of george floyd. I'm just wondering if it's tougher and maybe more inappropriate to laugh at things right now and wondering how long it might last. I think it's going to last forever. I think you know you don't see people on stage. There aren't any martin. Luther king jokes. Who was more of a prophet. And you don't hear rodney. King jokes was a victim. But this we're going to here for awhile and some comedians. That are that are going to have a lot to say because they have to. And that would be like wonderful. People like pat hauswald or sarah silverman or Love to hear how she paints a rainbow around this horrific act of brutality But there will be other comedians. That still wanna dimension it. I'll have to mention it. I had a new our ready. Do a special. I was going to go on tour. And then the pandemic hit. And then i started to go. I've got ten minutes quarantine material and it's not funny because people are dying but it's still quarantine material people that are okay. There's ways to do it creatively. But now we're in such a state of social of racial unrest. That has been going on people go. No it's been settled is some people's attitude and that's ridiculous because i used to walk down the street as a twenty year old kid who is tall and when i would walk past Some ladies of middle aged or older They would like folder arms over their chests and walk past me quickly. Look at me. Like i was going to attack them. I was gonna why. Why are they looking at me. Like that. I mean do i look that. Pervy of these. Have they clashed to the future today. Flash to the future and see what my stand up was gonna be like. But but that's not. I have no idea what it's like to be a black person in america but i i certainly know what it's like to have rocks thrown on my head and be called a jew in virginia. And that's going to be in my standup. That's that's coming out. That's what i'm gonna do. I'm gonna have a piece of it. I'm going to be able to. We've comedy throughout. We all have to own what's happening. People can't come out if they wanted to come out and just talk about you know commercials or babies or i mean. Babies will be a good subject. You know the future of hope those kind of things that it will be diversion. That'll be done and then they'll be brilliant. People like dave chapelle and chris rock. That'll just hit it right on..
"many people" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"I still think there needs to be comedy so My podcast is called bob. Sagi- here few and it was meant to just make people feel better. Because for three years there was so much dissension in the united states. When i go on tour i was a hurting for everybody and then i was getting upset when people in the audience would criticize someone else and i would say this has to stop. I'm here to entertain new guys in. We can't do that. I'm not holding a political townhall. This is comedy and we're gonna laugh at. My comedy can go reverend and then right after i started the podcast two episodes in i had to be quarantined and had the whole podcast board brought to the home and not the home. I don't live in a home. i am careful. I'm in an all day job and all but not that old right so please. Don't visit me. I need to be safe. But i do these podcasts. And it's every monday wednesday friday and it's on apple and spotify and all the places you get like you get yours and And so that's what. I've been spending a lotta time doing and having a lot of wonderful guests and Mondays jim gaffe again. Who's been feeling the same way. I feel a lot of almost my i would say all of my comedian. Compadres are in the same boat. That i'm in which is in the same boat that a lot of people are in which is. Oh god how did we get to this place. And then how do we laugh door. Get on my posted. My friend michael che upon our to make acquaintances. But i want to be best friends with my keep father. He's done. He's done my benefit that you guys are well aware of the scleroderma research foundation benefit. Which you've done in san francisco And also l. a. new york. We're gonna do a virtual in this year. And i'll i'll and michael's done at four times for me already and he he did a monologue about Black lives matter and it was from his special on netflix three years ago and a four years ago. Maybe and it's on my instagram and my twitter. 'cause i i re posted it and it's it's eloquent and i actually ran it by my inlaws in chicago who have always been conservatives and One is of italian descent. My father in law and my mother-in-law's was just a guess. She's a mixture of christianity and kindness in chicago and And they they thought it was hilarious..
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"Welcome to nobody told me i'm laura owens and i'm jan black and we are so thrilled to welcome comedian actor director and podcast host. Bob saga to the show. You know him from full house fuller house how. I met your mother. America's funniest home videos and so many other shows and bob has a new podcast called bob. It's here for you. Which will learn more about as the episode continues. But first of all bob thank you so much for joining us. Oh it's my pleasure. I feel like. I'm i'm part of your family having known ron for so long and i just love him and i met him thirty years ago. I don't know how many years ago when i was doing standup in san francisco and He was you know you don't make friends off of people that are high up in media as roma's always been and and we just became friends and it was it was like i don't care if you wanna go to lunch and and going a lunch does love lunch and and i just i just love him so because he's smart and he's he's also skeptical of people which i respect not in a negative way but in a way of you know who do we trust anymore. Yeah and what's our source for information and all that stuff that made me always love him. Not just as a conversationalist but as even a journalist and a great Conversation like what podcasts have become. This was way before that so and the world's upside down. So i i wanted to talk to you guys. 'cause i love him and he said hey would you like to don't even ask anything you want 'em and then i remember Laura when you were first in the studio with us pass yes. I had to come in. Because i'm like the biggest full house fuller house fan seen every episode so many times and i needed to meet. danny tanner. yeah and then during quarantine. he's become a human being is right on the poster. Boy he no. That's the thing we sell much wanted to talk with you during this time when our world really seems to have been turned upside down. And we're wondering how you've been spending the last few weeks and what your observations are on what's going on. Well it's the same as i think most good people. I think you know here..
"many people" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Check sandwich sunday. You can't get the chick-fil-a picketed chicken sandwich. Other sunday. after all it flay does not care. The the the thing here is that burger king is trying to summon up the Anti chick-fil-a sentiment that has populated the left these days. Remember so many people in the left you know i. I know someone who's a gay rights activist who won't eat at chick fillet..
"many people" Discussed on Computer Talk Radio
"To someone maybe l. k. Maybe i should have recorded stuff for the radio show but yet l. It'll like it's all how you wish to attack this issue. But i think this is changing. I don't i. I don't see this as the complex issue. I don't see this as an issue with. There's so many people who want to be on the internet and they just can't get there. I think we've enabled everybody. We're now at the point where it's just the people who don't want to either time. Blame them for that. Can i even suggested that there's a problem with that. Answer is no. And i think we need to stop asking. I think we need to focus our energies in finding out how to make it a better internet. Make it a better place that people wanna go. This is benjamin rockwell..
"many people" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast
"I do it kind of goes through my life. I grew up in this really wild place. And and so it takes the reader through that so that So that they can understand the trauma and what happened and then as as it goes along it goes through my own healing. And i've added some journal prompts. Anyone reading it that wants to do their own healing You know it's really hard to get to adulthood without experiencing something And we're all affected by something and so it's really just a an unwrapping of of that and figuring that out for ourselves whether it's chronic illness or autoimmune disease or you're just at this stage in life the more open. I get the more people come to me. And and i just realized how many people are tired or burned out or sick or in pain or just seeking help or answers and don't know what to do and so this is kind of a love letter to those people so that hopefully it does take the reader through my story in the hopes of just really illustrating How i got to that place. And how i got out of it and hopefully helping others go go through that themselves. If they need to well. What a gift that is to people because there are so many people out particularly with this pandemic bringing a lot of this to the surface and people are really looking for hands to hold and a book. Like this is is that handle whole particularly. If it's a guy that offers journal prompts and offers that that light of hope that i've been here and now look where i am. Yeah i made it so I hope so i did. I developed like a thirty day companion journal to go with it as well and so yeah. That is the greater. Hope right that That my story is just there to to serve as an aid to other people. Hopefully and with all that's going on we're all going through this like grieving process together A lot is being brought up for everyone so many people have more time on their hands than they thought they did. And it's exposing a lot. I think that I'm sorry..
"many people" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio
"That's precluded your effectively from becoming queen Say that. I think i have as many supporters in those oriented role household. They see me as a stretch. Some kind i'm his too good. I'm usually distracted president. Why do they threat. I think every strong woman in history had to return some of. i think it's the strength causes. The confusion fail. Why she's true where she gives it from where she teaching fishy to use it to the public's to school as public agreeing to engage as off a great many people..
"many people" Discussed on The Puddcast
"Yeah but it just makes me like it makes her like it just makes me sank like notches to crap on institutionalized church and just like call it out but also recognizing that that has a purpose in the value and brings life repealing on so many levels that it has been beneficial for so many people's lives and impact in so many people's lives but i'm.
"many people" Discussed on Vamily Show
"Shocked. I'm happy i guess that's way to put it happy that i talk to so many people out there. It gets a bit overwhelming. Sometimes but. I think that i don't even know where to go with. Is that in general This where this is where i kind of becomes more of a the podcast. More thing rooms talking to you guys. Just because i know. I'm not always the most eloquent speaker. Say we strive always the most eloquent speaker so the fact that anybody takes the time to listen to this podcast to take your time out of the day. I just wanna say. I appreciate you A lot and this. This podcast is something that is just fun for me as a little kid that pretended to be d day. You know but it's the mole the tirees my that was my my mixing board my soundboard and pretend that was the radio.