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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Yes our two of titillating sports. I thank you for that. I don't know what that was all about but It's our two of the three and rectal with you in studio as I mentioned. Rob Paulsen is with us. He's here for Sketch Fest Tomorrow. At the Marines Memorial theatre on sutter. It'll be the twenty fifth anniversary of Pinky and the brain. He is the extraordinaire Expert of so many great voices but before we get into that we were just having a conversation about this show being on American forces network worldwide. Both we're both sons of officers in the military. And you were talking about a certain marine that you met one time. Thank you first divall with all that auto tune you tune into rick about that Thank you first of all just to get the right. No Man I have had had the good fortune of being on your show before and I know the audience to whom you're basically preaching and speaking and you're listening to a profoundly grateful American my father other Went to military school was captain in the National Guard. My partner in Crime Rancho Gal who wrote United States Canada Mexico Panama Haiti Jamaica Peru. And all that cool enemy music is a West Point Grad so Yeah I I am incredibly supportive of military but years ago Maurice Lamarche will be with me tomorrow at the Marines memorial offended and I were at a An event in Texas and You know at a convention there so ubiquitous now manage springing up like zits on a twelve year old record tastic so we're sitting there and there was a this. You Know Nice Long Line folks wanted to meet Pinky and the brain get their stuff. Signed Gentleman came came up pretty big fella six two six three two and a quarter big strong fellow tattered out long hair and walks up and I said Hey God you're a big win on north. And he did what you're doing now started smile. Then he started get tearful got him. I'm so sorry that I say some because Mr Paulson. I'm so sorry I I'm no now. Don't get me wrong. That happens every now and then because of the place that these characters occupy in the hearts of many people. Not The least me me. I got to meet Mel Blanc one day and said I thought I was GONNA have a stroke incredible so I get that turns out that this young man I had done three tours in Iraq and he took a moment through tears to say I just want to tell you what Panky and the brain meant to me and my my brothers and sisters You know we go out on patrol and job is to kill the bad guys and not die themselves. Everybody knows that we just don't I don't see what people do every day to make sure that I can still do. My I was going to say nasty word Gig every day I get that and this young young fellow went on to explain. Explain how they go on patrol come back have a couple of Beers Watch pinky and the brain or Futurama or Ninja. Turtles Are Wet Batman. Whatever so that when he heard pinkie in front of him it brought back this flood of emotions most of which were good from an impossibly bad bad time in his life? Now I've been rich. I've been poor and rich is better but I'm GonNa tell you something man that experience areance and the experiences I've had many times with folks in the military With respect to the work quote unquote that I do is way bigger than any any paycheck. I've ever that's really cool. That's a poignant story and it also reminds us to and I fall victim. This is sometimes. I'm sitting in a room by myself for the microphone and and then I'll meet someone who told me a story that I told ten years ago and I'm like wow people were listening you know. Sometimes you you're an audio booth right and Edit Bay and you're like this this is going out there. He makes a difference and I am. I gotTa tell you I as I get older now L. Cuts I live in Hollywood and I work in Hollywood and ages your enemy but not to me. I have gotten to a place and I'm sixty three years old now. I remember remember when nine eleven happened. I called it called the local National Guard. You know said listen my you know. My Dad was a an expert marksman and he taught me well. I really know how I want. How are you sir? I'm forty five years. Well you're about eight years to let what I mean. The point is that I was right here already. Okay Okay however now I am grateful to be in a position where I can have this feedback experience. If people do pay attention and these characters like Kara Weezer Yeah Calver thinki- or Rafael or whatever they all find places deep in the hearts of millions thousands of humans most importantly the men and women who are out there listening listening to this right now doing their jobs that volant frigging cheered for so why can come here and be be a big shot. I'm a lucky man. No I think about that too because My Dad was an officer in the Navy until I was sixteen. All I WANNA do is be marine green. Yeah and I studied it and any anything. Historically you know seventy somebody five Tun Tavern Philadelphia. I knew everything about the Marine Jima. Yeah everything about the marines things over and over and over and then I got to high school and I was the quarterback and a girlfriend. And I'm like wait. I play football and college. Second May Want to sit in the foxhole and get rained on and so what does I I I picked. It was a bit of self indulgence and I just have such an appreciation for the people who took that stuff and they put it aside win. I'm a I'm the only second generation American my parents were born here But my grandparents on both sides our from northern Eastern Europe and I am the living example like millions of other the Americans who came who are here literally because their grandparents went to find the shining city on the Freakin can hill and I am the product of that. My siblings are the product of that and I get it man. I totally get it and I can't get enough of it. It's it's funny. You say that to them on my dad's outside I'm I'm third generation. My Mom's sides been here since the seventeen hundred so I got a little L. Asylum little Da are but I. And I've made this assumption and it sounds kind of nationalistic but the amount of time I've spent in Europe. I always think that the Europeans are a little more wimpy than us and I was thinking because of our stock even though we're pretty watered down now I'm not GonNa say we're pioneer's what we're from that stock of people who left behind the grandfather clock or whatever they have ever saw their parents parents. Are there any loved ones again and you get on a ship and I remember reading a story about someone said being on a ship and a transatlantic crossing at saying. It's like being in a jail where or you can drown great analogy God. That's a great analogy and I thought well we're all at least we have that in our blood. How wow well I honestly I I the stories I'd hear from my grandfather for instance His name is Robert Paulson as well and he came here initially initial Danish need to really grandfather born and raised in them kidding. SPN Yes that's right so my grandfather I remember when I decided to move to Hollywood to be in the moving picture business and it was not something about which my parents were particularly thrilled. I'm the oldest. In my family. The example I wanted to play hockey I got as far as junior hockey ocoee and got flattened by some hit for Manitoba completely legally and said all right. That's that's enough for me So I had my second. Total Jones was for performing so anyway I decided to go And leave the University of Michigan and go to college. I go to Hollywood and my parents weren't thrilled about up on my sweet grandfather Rob Paulsen senior told me he said well. I understand what your parents are talking about. And I love my son and I love your mother but you gotta I do. She got to do and when I came over from Denmark at the turn of the last century there were it was very profound. Quite poignant He said you know it was just during the time when the Lusitania had been sunk crime and my loved ones in Denmark said Robert you can't go to the United States h because the only way to get there is by water and they are torpedoes in the water and he said Robin people are going to tell you their torpedoes in the water all the time your parents will get over it. You have got to do what you gotta do. Don't tell him I told you that. But you and you know what it's true there are still people always you sick. Yeah I think so and again it goes right back to the sweet people whom we're speaking How you mentioned The wounded warriors issues. And things that you've done an and talk about the incredible not only bravery That goes without saying and and the desire to do what's right and serve but the people who come home utterly different and they just say hey man it's my turn their torpedoes in the water. I took one of them but I do it again. And the number of times people say I just want to get back to my my unit. Next WANNA get back to my now so that kind of stock as you mentioned I I think is important And we all make our contributions mind thankfully is one at which I'm relatively safe and I seem to make people laugh and I'll take it but man it's a it's a glorious position in which defined what we're trying to save you as a go. Come on back with Rob Paulsen sketch fast tomorrow at the Marines Memorial. I'm right to the scene.

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KGO 810

"Play KGO eight ten Donald J. trump the forty fifth president of the United States has acted precisely as Hamilton and his contemporaries figured president trump's listed foreign interference in our democratic collections abusing the power of his office to seek help from abroad to improve his reelection prospects at home and when he was caught use the powers of that office to strut investigation into his own misconduct it just goes on and on and on and on Russian money over thirty years Saudi money Deutsche Bank mocking gold star mothers kids in cages sixteen thousand lies the election and now subverting burgeoning democracies yeah it's almost you could run out of words fortunately other people who don't and recall since one of them is a Republican political strategist is also common for the daily beast he's our author of everything trump touches dies which is funny and and scary and as a new book running against the double a plot to save America from from and Democrats from themselves here on that last part joining us is requesting who by the way it's going to be tonight at the Emory memorial theater in San Cisco starting at six thirty Riquet been I am doing well thanks good to have you on the show again how how is your blood pressure watching this or have you just I have to say I was in LA yesterday doing a whole bunch of media for the book tour mon and at one point and then the car in and listen to XM and I just said I can't listen this anymore I cannot listen to just to sit alone why so blatantly and get away with it I can't listen to to Jay Sekulow why so blatantly and it is it's a perfect exemplar of what this White House is and what this administration is and they are they are going to boulder way through this process with the help of Mike McConnell they're gonna quit described in the Senate would help much McConnell and you know to use the words of a criminal and that was once quoted guilty as sin free as a bird yeah but I mean there's got to be a stay in there let's take the burden now you one step further and and think that older sister yeah no question about that what did you think of Roberts a you know again admonishing them in that for their temperate are intemperate behavior yet allowing secular alliance with such regularity that troubles me quite a bit there were a lot of people thought that Robert you can have some dramatic bowl with the terrorism but you know in the error of trump the the heroes in DC are few and very far between particularly on the Republican side because they all seem strangely terrified of this guy Dan and I hope that the the that the Chief Justice what have you know that would have been enough on this this case misinformation that obvious lives with his wife will called out by out of shift and others that there would have been some sanction or some mention of it but I I was I was just curious how Anna Donahoe weary minimal his work would be wise you know it when I think a Roberts any ever but for every everybody loves and for the ACA decision I think of the times that he's allowed states like Georgia purge black people from the rolls and say Hey states have rights over their you know their election process although interestingly they know other rights you know I mean the temperament apparently only applies to allowing the state to kick black people off the rolls I I you know but I don't know but I'm gonna ask you but here in town the night in obviously people are going to come out running against the devil is a book I I I'm focusing on the second part of the subtitle you know trump to the dentist the Democrats from themselves obviously saving them from themselves what's your take on the latest Hilary op ed the Bernie worn flap I mean is this paving the way for Biden and possibly even Bloomberg or somebody else that yeah I think the the demolition derby that was well spoken and unspoken between Biden barbecue excuse me between Warren and and and and Bernie has sort of damage trouble to degree I don't I don't know how much you can recover from the bought the Bernie Biden quite that's going on now is also going to be a mutually destructive thing Hillary poke your head into the game yeah all has fired up the the birdie army again because you know twelve and a half percent of the Bernie voters last summer when out in out of spite Donald Trump is really I don't know that well over half percent get rid of voter filed Nelson and it's horrifying absolutely fine then the the the almost are using to me call me crazy like Bernie is really not really a Democrat and much of the team said that then that he's a he's a force for chaos been inside his own party prince of the party you wish to try to win the nomination please I find it ironic that I really like Bernie supporters but I'm not that big a fan I know that means I will say this and I mean this that I I read about this book and I and I and I I I thought any ideological overly to it if I was still doing what I used to do for the Republicans I will be praying on my hands and knees every day that the democratic nominee was Bernie Sanders right yeah he is everything I would ever dream of in a in a Democratic Party nominee he's very old he was very tiny he's a very very very far to the left is farther to the left than most Democrats in this country and he's easily caricatured on all these different axes and it would it would just be it would be like Christmas everyday you know to your point I remember when worn was talking about it only costs twenty trillion for the single payer system to be implemented burning don't know the thirty thirty trucks like that it's almost double down on her or her yeah so but he did have an interesting way I had ever had one of his circuits on recently and he said you're gonna pay for it by about essentially people to say I'm gonna keep my system with my corporations and you really think that's going to be there in five and ten years you were and the way corporations changing it acquired it's a fair point but still so again running against a devil obviously you know you had seventy thousand people in twenty sixteen that the that created this you know when I was on and tomorrow the other night and I think Beecham said something that was really interesting he said you know think about that you know and and thirty second period the world got flipped on its side you know it after his inauguration off from today was talking about he could see him attacking entitlements in the future so I mean that alone I would tell people everybody on social security get out there but this guy's going to go after you maybe not you but you're the next generation so security of ana how do you tell a thirty year old to be excited about social security yeah it's difficult to convince people who were in their early earning years how vital a social security card you know by the way as much junk as Republicans talked about that over the years it was gonna be a fun the one title one program in this country that eliminated Medicare Medicaid social security is never going to happen right and frankly the one thing crumple never touches disability because of meaningful fractured his bass are on disability and then he's not going to use like a go to near about whales yeah we're talking to recall some by the way who is it tonight at the marine memorial theater in San Francisco if you've never been there have you been there it's a great place it would help everybody I mean literally people can yell at a question to you is about five and people right on top it's great only starts at six thirty to get a chance to check it out a Commonwealth club dot org on the book route to crowd surf at the end well okay I don't know how that's gonna work out there might not be able to hold you up but everything from touches dies is still relevant and and I think we see it more and more with this base story that's out today that you know it means the base also course owns a Washington post I was hacked by MBS who is friends which I mean if anybody doesn't see that he asked him to do that their high so it's absurd if course they did of course geared when in there and then whispered in the B. S. is here this guy is a problem it wasn't just showed you it was it was clearly Jerry they have a very close relationship and I would I would absolutely take take your money on that I would bet any hard take that that okay so Nikki who's here with me because I talk so much we we talk about this all the time and she thinks that trump is definitely going to win and of course I I guaranteed her back in the summer of twenty sixteen that no way he was gonna when someone ask you what is your feeling on that right now looking at everything the Democrats have a very narrow pathway to victory and if they if they pay attention and they run the right campaign and they were on the right there and they were on the right sort of disciplined operation they have a chance of victory but in an ordinary like straight line effect from has about it sixty five percent chance of reelection just based on all the normal incumbency factors that's the pressing arms well I I I I was listening you know if you look at this I'm obviously trumps gonna lose the the the popular vote again and I look at some of the numbers coming from some of the states that are encouraging Florida Texas Ohio and Ohio Michigan Wisconsin what you know again everybody said that Hillary lost those because shooting go there you know everybody said that gore lost because he you know he lost his home state and he didn't use Clinton to campaign form what does this candidate who is going to have to be and what are they gonna do do they got as soon as they get the nomination to the just pack up the suitcase and just go to those five states yeah they need to they need to be in the swing states hello to the calculus and I lost about fifteen of them in the book because you may end up having to place of different variables of states that the drift up or down in terms of the of the get ability for the Democrats so high it was a very tough state for the Democrats right now there may be some motion toward the Democrats then in Michigan right now so there's a lot of use wanted your various it's a multi variate problem in this in this upcoming election they need to be out there in the swing states we do have every dime every every terrible each on the ground the B. knocking doors doing voter contact in the swing states of Florida is the big prize of all the swing states and the Democrats have notoriously had a terrible sort of operational kill operations folks down there they haven't gone after Porter Rican voters need to get to work very quickly at Florida it is this one yes the swing states my home state by and it is it is the quintessential purple state every big election there is close everybody collection there is down to.

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Radio Network Sketch fast we've had so many guests come in and join us on the phone as they do each and every year we love it and we're very happy eighteen and bring back once again to the show the sklar brothers and that's because Tomorrow night at the Marines Memorial theatre over on sutter. It's a great little theater. They're going to be doing dumb people town with the sklar brothers and Daniel van Kirk and You guys welcome back to the show once again and Sketch Fest is a lot of fun. One of the things I really like about it. Is that you all kind of hang out and I remember last year. I saw Kevin Pollack Watching Dana Gould and I saw You know Bob Watching Robert Klein. It's a cool little party isn't it. It's great and most of US especially the headliners. You're never in the same city Giddy with all your friends were headliners. You're in San Francisco while your friends and Austin or someone else so the festival atmosphere and sketch specifically the fact that it's over the month the January. They get phenomenal shows. There are a lot of podcasts. So people are up there. We love doing our podcast live. And we've got Chris read from SNL he's going to be on the show. Amy Man is going to be playing music and Ted Leo Punk Rock icon. They're playing music and they'll be guests on it too so it's just so much fun and it does feel like at this party. That San Francisco is in onto like the people who come out to the shows or superstar. Well the good news is it's pouring rain. It's supposed to be clearing up tomorrow. And so you guys guys can gallivant all over the tenderloin. If you want which we always love to do that. I mean BECA junior Gallivan. Yeah I wait. Are we GONNA be stepping in the niners just fever like is it back like we is. It is the city of buzz because of live the fact that you guys could potentially and probably will go to the Super Bowl. Well that's the thing it's funny. I just had Robert Hayes on this show in the previous segment. And he's doing the airplane fortieth year anniversary and that that show is kickoff at Sunday at three. And so you're GONNA be there. No one's going to be. You don't have to worry about that tomorrow. Yeah I think I have to do that. I just want the niners to win the super bowl so that Jimmy Garoppolo can move up to a different level of porn star. Hang out with you you know what I mean like. Get Him in a higher. Let's go to the front page of porn hub. Let's not you know dally around into the lower tabs so the cabs abs keep such a good looking guy like literally just the most like Queens of country should Meghan markle should be like you know I believe this guy for for Garoppolo no doubt about it and listen. Everybody has their own cup of tea. But I I gotta say I was. I was Kinda surprised by the choice. But who the Hell Am I. Hey if it makes makes them happy. And he's winning games. I'm sure most forty niners fan. I mean most forty niners fans are so drunk. They actually think they're add candlestick park. Deal but the raiders game or Raider the game for Christ sake but it is. It is really exciting. I have some friends that are nor cal. dudes and I watched the Seattle game with my buddy Up in Tahoe and he's like Chico state like big time. You Know San Jose but big time niners fan and that play at the end of the game like Ah. He's a very low key guy and I just saw like a ridiculous amount of emotion. It would be like if bill belichick like his. His voice went up a half note. It was like well. Listen I remember seeing you guys at Petaluma and you did the the Ozzie Smith restaurant bit which I I think is fantastic. Your huge sports fans. We know that from your TV appearances. We Know You love the game of baseball so brought into disrepute we've seen seen managers and GM's fired Beltran. Might not even get a chance with the mets. So I WANNA ask you because I'm a lifelong as fan and I'm a little bit embarrassed by what Mike Fires did and so right now. Where's the pendulum between national hero? We should honor this whistle blower to dirty snitch rat. Where is Z.? J Well we had on our podcast on view from the cheap seats this week. which gotTa drop tomorrow? We had Ryan dempster on. And he's like you know you you gotta just you gotTa get better at your relationship with your catchers so that people can't cheat 'cause they're always gonNA try to cheat. I think it's okay that the guy blew the whistle in this moment because he did like the two teams that did it. The most by the way won the world series in the last two years. So I you know. I don't know how much more widespread what it is. But when dempster was saying like you should have a relationship with your catcher to the point. where if you're like touching your hat and he knows you're going to throw fastball? Like or if he he was saying like this has been going on for a long time and it's not just banging on trash cans. Dempster said back in his day if it he said if Ricky Henderson saw the catcher like kick his right leg out a little bit he's like. Oh this guy's throwing a curveball down early I can steal speech like we. I mean I'm GONNA namedrop here. I had Reggie Jackson on the show yesterday and he said I'm sure he was super humble actually surprised he was great. I I know and over the years you never know what you're going to Reggie. But he said something very interesting. He said he wouldn't have wanted to know what's coming because his hallway. He hit and the hallway he reacted. was you know the old making mantle. Things said fastball. React everything else but he said if I knew what it was completely screwed me up which is interesting. Take but I thought it was pretty cool. Reggie Jackson hit a lot of hormones and then struck out a lot. So it's like he took his hacks and if you put the ball on his own and that's what it was and and A. and that's how you do it. I mean it is really fascinating but Dempsey was saying like coaches will call out to their guys in ways that let's guys know what it's going to be so the coaches in the dugout got it like Hey Ryan. Let's go rhino. Let's go you know. It's a fastball. Let's go damn sir. Let's go or says number. It's a curb so like this sort of communication about this stuff. It wasn't just banging on trash cans. I just loved it. They figured it out because of the commemorative Astros World Series. DVD that only the biggest gets homers. Get there's that scene where they're coming down the dugout and into the clubhouse and you'd see like a computer and a trash can and a huge sign that says we did it by the way breaking news fellas ESPN is reporting that. Carlos Beltran has stepped down. He's firing himself. That's Kinda Sad. That's the point I mean I. It's such a widespread scandal that I'm literally saying. Are we next. Are we going to be baseball. How were we implicated in this entire thing thing? I just think they they have to make. This is the biggest story. This is the biggest story next to Julian elements standing up on top of Car Beverly Hills which to me. I really really thinking I would try to make this connection as on the phone with Dempsey yesterday I think the wide receiver and the closer and baseball the same personality. You have to be just crazy easy and Julian Edelman needs to be a super bowl or he's GonNa get drunk and jump on someone's car in Beverly Hills like he has too much time on his hands. You know. It's funny as he was a quarterback at Kent State. He was also a quarterback out here in colleges San Mateo. And it's funny to think about a guy that size who is a quarterback so I mean yeah he has some talent there but but one more thing I wanted to get to the sides the the worst scandal in the history of baseball since the black socks is that the fund that you guys are going to have tomorrow night as I said. You're throwing in music. which I think is kind of a nice little twists? Can you tell us a little more about how that's going to incorporate. Yeah so What's super cool from what we've been doing as we do the show live and we've been doing around the country theater? What we found is that it's cool to incorporate a musical act abandoned? Come on and play our theme song in their in their form the way they do it so. Ab Man has done our show before and when she did our theme song it sounded like a song. Off the Magnolia Soundtrack. It was so good and she and Ted Leo. They have a band together called the both. They're gonNA do their version of duet of our theme song and then throughout the show in between each of these ridiculous dumb true crime crime stories like the woman who got her head stuck in a tailpipe at a country music festival a truck or as we like to call her woman at a country music. So we'll do all kinds of crazy stories like that And in between the stories they will play songs and then they'll also play games with us. Like what is your Florida man and Birthday so you look at your birthday and then we find out what is your what did for a Florida man. Do on the day that you were born like birthday January twelve just happened and we found out that a Florida man threatened to kill his neighbor with kindness and then reveal that kindnesses what he named his machete very very very literal so anyway there's those games they'll play the games with us. It's it's such a fun show and of all the things you've done you've you've you know we've been doing comedy for years. We've been doing sports in comedy. This show dump people talmadge SORTA taps into a little bit of true crime taps into that sort of dumb Florida man. Behavior your best of all the things you've done. This is the thing that is sort of taking off in a way that we couldn't have even predicted it's like jumping into a jetstream people love it. It's a super refund. Show and adding in the music adds a whole other element of variety. Too Dumb people town with a scar brothers. Daniel Van Kirk Leo. Man Chris read. That'll be at the Marines memorial theater over here on Center Street tomorrow night at seven. Thirty all part of a sketch fast and I can tell you. I've seen the sklar brothers and person and it's hard to breathe because all you do is laugh the whole damn time time you guys thank you so much and I love coming on this show man. You're the best in Goodlatte. Go niners and hope we'll see you in all of your awesome fans out at this. Show you guys lab last great stuff. Thanks Val is really appreciate it. I'm right title. Come on back..

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Radio Network Sketch fast we've had so many guests come in and join us on the phone as they do each and every year we love it and we're very happy eighteen and bring back once again to the show the sklar brothers and that's because Tomorrow night at the Marines Memorial theatre over on sutter. It's a great little theater. They're going to be doing dumb people town with the sklar brothers and Daniel van Kirk and You guys welcome back to the show once again and Sketch Fest is a lot of fun. One of the things I really like about it. Is that you all kind of hang out and I remember last year. I saw Kevin Pollack Watching Dana Gould and I saw You know Bob Watching Robert Klein. It's a cool little party isn't it. It's great and most of US especially the headliners. You're never in the same city Giddy with all your friends were headliners. You're in San Francisco while your friends and Austin or someone else so the festival atmosphere and sketch specifically the fact that it's over the month the January. They get phenomenal shows. There are a lot of podcasts. So people are up there. We love doing our podcast live. And we've got Chris read from SNL he's going to be on the show. Amy Man is going to be playing music and Ted Leo Punk Rock icon. They're playing music and they'll be guests on it too so it's just so much fun and it does feel like at this party. That San Francisco is in onto like the people who come out to the shows or superstar. Well the good news is it's pouring rain. It's supposed to be clearing up tomorrow. And so you guys guys can gallivant all over the tenderloin. If you want which we always love to do that. I mean BECA junior Gallivan. Yeah I wait. Are we GONNA be stepping in the niners just fever like is it back like we is. It is the city of buzz because of live the fact that you guys could potentially and probably will go to the Super Bowl. Well that's the thing it's funny. I just had Robert Hayes on this show in the previous segment. And he's doing the airplane fortieth year anniversary and that that show is kickoff at Sunday at three. And so you're GONNA be there. No one's going to be. You don't have to worry about that tomorrow. Yeah I think I have to do that. I just want the niners to win the super bowl so that Jimmy Garoppolo can move up to a different level of porn star. Hang out with you you know what I mean like. Get Him in a higher. Let's go to the front page of porn hub. Let's not you know dally around into the lower tabs so the cabs abs keep such a good looking guy like literally just the most like Queens of country should Meghan markle should be like you know I believe this guy for for Garoppolo no doubt about it and listen. Everybody has their own cup of tea. But I I gotta say I was. I was Kinda surprised by the choice. But who the Hell Am I. Hey if it makes makes them happy. And he's winning games. I'm sure most forty niners fan. I mean most forty niners fans are so drunk. They actually think they're add candlestick park. Deal but the raiders game or Raider the game for Christ sake but it is. It is really exciting. I have some friends that are nor cal. dudes and I watched the Seattle game with my buddy Up in Tahoe and he's like Chico state like big time. You Know San Jose but big time niners fan and that play at the end of the game like Ah. He's a very low key guy and I just saw like a ridiculous amount of emotion. It would be like if bill belichick like his. His voice went up a half note. It was like well. Listen I remember seeing you guys at Petaluma and you did the the Ozzie Smith restaurant bit which I I think is fantastic. Your huge sports fans. We know that from your TV appearances. We Know You love the game of baseball so brought into disrepute we've seen seen managers and GM's fired Beltran. Might not even get a chance with the mets. So I WANNA ask you because I'm a lifelong as fan and I'm a little bit embarrassed by what Mike Fires did and so right now. Where's the pendulum between national hero? We should honor this whistle blower to dirty snitch rat. Where is Z.? J Well we had on our podcast on view from the cheap seats this week. which gotTa drop tomorrow? We had Ryan dempster on. And he's like you know you you gotta just you gotTa get better at your relationship with your catchers so that people can't cheat 'cause they're always gonNA try to cheat. I think it's okay that the guy blew the whistle in this moment because he did like the two teams that did it. The most by the way won the world series in the last two years. So I you know. I don't know how much more widespread what it is. But when dempster was saying like you should have a relationship with your catcher to the point. where if you're like touching your hat and he knows you're going to throw fastball? Like or if he he was saying like this has been going on for a long time and it's not just banging on trash cans. Dempster said back in his day if it he said if Ricky Henderson saw the catcher like kick his right leg out a little bit he's like. Oh this guy's throwing a curveball down early I can steal speech like we. I mean I'm GONNA namedrop here. I had Reggie Jackson on the show yesterday and he said I'm sure he was super humble actually surprised he was great. I I know and over the years you never know what you're going to Reggie. But he said something very interesting. He said he wouldn't have wanted to know what's coming because his hallway. He hit and the hallway he reacted. was you know the old making mantle. Things said fastball. React everything else but he said if I knew what it was completely screwed me up which is interesting. Take but I thought it was pretty cool. Reggie Jackson hit a lot of hormones and then struck out a lot. So it's like he took his hacks and if you put the ball on his own and that's what it was and and A. and that's how you do it. I mean it is really fascinating but Dempsey was saying like coaches will call out to their guys in ways that let's guys know what it's going to be so the coaches in the dugout got it like Hey Ryan. Let's go rhino. Let's go you know. It's a fastball. Let's go damn sir. Let's go or says number. It's a curb so like this sort of communication about this stuff. It wasn't just banging on trash cans. I just loved it. They figured it out because of the commemorative Astros World Series. DVD that only the biggest gets homers. Get there's that scene where they're coming down the dugout and into the clubhouse and you'd see like a computer and a trash can and a huge sign that says we did it by the way breaking news fellas ESPN is reporting that. Carlos Beltran has stepped down. He's firing himself. That's Kinda Sad. That's the point I mean I. It's such a widespread scandal that I'm literally saying. Are we next. Are we going to be baseball. How were we implicated in this entire thing thing? I just think they they have to make. This is the biggest story. This is the biggest story next to Julian elements standing up on top of Car Beverly Hills which to me. I really really thinking I would try to make this connection as on the phone with Dempsey yesterday I think the wide receiver and the closer and baseball the same personality. You have to be just crazy easy and Julian Edelman needs to be a super bowl or he's GonNa get drunk and jump on someone's car in Beverly Hills like he has too much time on his hands. You know. It's funny as he was a quarterback at Kent State. He was also a quarterback out here in colleges San Mateo. And it's funny to think about a guy that size who is a quarterback so I mean yeah he has some talent there but but one more thing I wanted to get to the sides the the worst scandal in the history of baseball since the black socks is that the fund that you guys are going to have tomorrow night as I said. You're throwing in music. which I think is kind of a nice little twists? Can you tell us a little more about how that's going to incorporate. Yeah so What's super cool from what we've been doing as we do the show live and we've been doing around the country theater? What we found is that it's cool to incorporate a musical act abandoned? Come on and play our theme song in their in their form the way they do it so. Ab Man has done our show before and when she did our theme song it sounded like a song. Off the Magnolia Soundtrack. It was so good and she and Ted Leo. They have a band together called the both. They're gonNA do their version of duet of our theme song and then throughout the show in between each of these ridiculous dumb true crime crime stories like the woman who got her head stuck in a tailpipe at a country music festival a truck or as we like to call her woman at a country music. So we'll do all kinds of crazy stories like that And in between the stories they will play songs and then they'll also play games with us. Like what is your Florida man and Birthday so you look at your birthday and then we find out what is your what did for a Florida man. Do on the day that you were born like birthday January twelve just happened and we found out that a Florida man threatened to kill his neighbor with kindness and then reveal that kindnesses what he named his machete very very very literal so anyway there's those games they'll play the games with us. It's it's such a fun show and of all the things you've done you've you've you know we've been doing comedy for years. We've been doing sports in comedy. This show dump people talmadge SORTA taps into a little bit of true crime taps into that sort of dumb Florida man. Behavior your best of all the things you've done. This is the thing that is sort of taking off in a way that we couldn't have even predicted it's like jumping into a jetstream people love it. It's a super refund. Show and adding in the music adds a whole other element of variety. Too Dumb people town with a scar brothers. Daniel Van Kirk Leo. Man Chris read. That'll be at the Marines memorial theater over here on Center Street tomorrow night at seven. Thirty all part of a sketch fast and I can tell you. I've seen the sklar brothers and person and it's hard to breathe because all you do is laugh the whole damn time time you guys thank you so much and I love coming on this show man. You're the best in Goodlatte. Go niners and hope we'll see you in all of your awesome fans out at this. Show you guys lab last great stuff. Thanks Val is really appreciate it. I'm right title. Come on back..

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Dumb People Town

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Dumb People Town

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KGO 810

"Is a test of the emergency alert system hello you're doing your busy over there writing news this is one of my many bad so anyway if you don't know what sketch fest this is kind of I wanted this app Cisco I think of the early days of comedy I think of the competition that was huge here could make people's life sketchfest come along and it's really opened up a whole New World of of comedy and acting and and well just sometimes a strange stuff on a white but that part of her introduction but I Erin Hayes is with us here and actually created sketch fast it is not true at all are you gonna be at the marines memorial theater for premiere of the new network show medical police which I'm in this you're playing cannery Reeves no that's not actually done a tad music that comes out next August medical please of the Netflix series that's a spin off of children's hospital that we did on adult swim for seven years and now this theory that was like an eleven minute absurd no episodes related to each other just rock as comedy and now this is a spin off of that where are same characters and it is like half ten half hour episodes on Netflix where we played just like idiot doctors who are and listed to save the world was solved the old wide viral medical mystery so I come like Dr some doctors say about it and what do you shoot is an allergy shot in Los Angeles and we did ten days in Croatia which we were told because there's such a low budget but they couldn't afford not to shoot they're like that's crazy move everything on the other side of the world well not a money yes but we you know they brought like that me and my co star rob Huebel they brought us they brought the DP they brought the executive producers and the Rangers here and I just it they and Ronald yeah I like is that the show takes place like we go around we go to like met the tons of different countries and we shot all in Zagreb Croatia which because of their crazy history has all sorts of different kind of you just had a somewhat I have drivers and go to North Carolina and fake it I mean that's what I do right right yeah but literally like that everything is cheaper there you know the crew is the locations that while catering the extras so plus it gives this show like this grand scope which and then we also make like fart jokes I know that we look good doing it so you're you're a young actress and all my gosh and so young Hollywood thing before the the streaming thing blew up I take it right and then I was acting before I had a cell phone he has so is it is it better for actors now to have all these different avenues to audition for and go or has that brought in a whole slew of people that shouldn't be in the business and we should hunt them down you know I don't think this brought in people that should be in the business I think it certainly opened up for weighing more creativity because there's so many avenues that are creating you know quote unquote content it's it's a good time to get a job it's a hard time to keep a job he does keep putting out a good a product it seems like it's never ending there's a new show on a new streaming pop and there's not always just like there's so many shows but then people go like are you watching this new look I mean this is that on my list right so good you have to want to do like when do I have the time with us so which is not a great now that I'm saying please go it's just hard because take make to get something to head to get enough views for people to wanna companies to want to continue to spend money on something it's it's tricky yeah it is I mean there's been some shows that I thought were just excellent and then all of a sudden after two seasons like sorry and that is it yeah I also really no wait yeah Brian giving like three paragraphs I can't read all about everything you've done so they ask you about the one that sits atop the what about a bill and Ted face music with the ask Cantero are you so excited when you heard that you're going to be part of that are you kidding me I mean when I got a chance to audition I was like wait to be Keanu Reeves one back and then and then like I just thought it went away I was like this is a backup politician there's they're trying to get somebody actually famous for this and then I got the part and so so excited and went and you've I've never had more friends check in on me yeah just to make sure I was okay and hear every detail you know is is kind of have its own cultural kind of people that for us yeah that's what the as was I when I was going rather I used to quote this movie although it has come home I know that like hi before you came in here right all every day all day he's got that back is this going to redo that accent from the movie is the same guy right same character is he Ted no there are exactly the same yeah yeah so did you have to act a little spacey kind of like that too well I mean the wives aren't really they're not really written like that they are the those those can't but I but I will tell you it's so fun to watch these two guys like just inhabit those characters again you know right watch other scenes yeah for sure when you know when I was on site I would watch as much as I could it was it was fun those movies are like relentlessly positive and they're so yeah there's there's a real sweetness to them so it's fun it was fun to be out of it but I mean you must miss and I have a really right just I'm following on Facebook and I know it's coming out what in August it's it yeah I'll just reverse the George Carlin was like obviously an iconic character of it but he's dead so is there going to be a replacement or Kristen Schaal plays his daughter okay I think that's a spoiler ma'am I get my hands a lot but and so there is going to be an homage kind of two yeah a hundred percent she places his daughter and there is nobody funnier than Kristen Schaal so that that that part in the movie is in very good hands okay yeah this is this something I always found I remember the first time I learned this is a kid that they didn't shoot sequentially film for the shot out of order right and I was wondering how you could get into you know people would cry and the tremors a kid because my sister was an actress and she would do the crying thing and I would go well that's his fate as and so I mean I'm I'm that big a movie fan and like I love film as I love that there's that line and Grand Canyon was Steve Martin talks about all life's riddle's or in the movies and I believe that I'm I'm a huge believer that and I think it's so cool that you have that career right and and I should mention to people again you too we're talking Erin Hayes and she's going to be the same Cisco sketch fest in the world premier medical police and so January the ninth which is tomorrow yeah tomorrow night Thursday night a marine's memorial at seven thirty were showing the first few episodes and then myself rob Huebel my co star and a panel afterwards and we always have a hard time kind of playing it straight so should be fun panel okay gotta ask you this since can resist known famously for not touching what yeah yeah and it's funny too because like when we had Jeremy Piven in here he kissed me on the mouth that was weird yeah Channing so when we are but so he takes photographs with his hand behind women and now you're in in show business and and you do this now I I the whole me to think is it has it totally vanquished the a holes that that we're trying to get rid of what do you mean once the a holes are going to be vanquished you question I mean girls spoke out and that's all that it takes right that's all it takes awhile we're not lumping you.

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Two years he sheila stay. He didn't WANNA win. Initially guests guessed correctly. So your first instinct is your second instinct is right. I was asked. Ask third third instinct to stay on the even instincts right there jump around. Jeff is with us. That's one story down the most when we come back going to hear about all the great stuff. What's going along with him? This is dumb people to stay with people. Hey guys welcome back to We did mention it. We WanNa see you guys out there a couple of things we want to tell you about We're taking the show on the road and doing doing theaters big theaters in cities that when the dumb comes down in the city on the bay you better fucking. It'd be there you better so so we're going to be in San Francisco on. Yeah I mean on January seventeenth a Friday night. Seven thirty at the Marines Memorial Theatre. That's like five or six hundred check posts Holly Amy Man and Ted Leo. Our first Gas were working on more guests. It's going to be an epic show If you WANNA see them play some music and do and also participate and we'll be just one of the greatest Grindley's you want to go to Ted Leo and a a man concert and that's all to that And then also we're going to be in Minneapolis. Minneapolis Milwaukee in Saint Louis on March Nine Hundred Twentieth and twenty first and then in on June eighteenth and nineteenth and twentieth probably in Vancouver at the Rio Theater and then Seattle at Washington Hall and then the twentieth will be at the Aladdin theatre and all the links for all those tickets. You can go to the facebook page. It's pandits right there at the top. I think we might not have the link yet for their Seattle or Portland. Maybe we'll we'll get it out of there as soon as we get. It'll be up there and legendary Greenlee legend tickets. I say exactly exactly so And and all the go to Daniel van Kirk Dot com to see all of his life stand update superstars dot Com for us and Jeff die where to wear dot com so D- Wii Wii Jermaine dye eggs..

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Guys. Welcome back to the show Want to remind people if you are in loss Angeles Next Monday On the second we will be doing a live. Dumb people town At Largo here. Our guests weird weird Al Yankovic Demetri Martin. 'cause I tyler had to go to New York which will get her back on the show but weird Al Yankovic Demetri Martin and Dave Longstreth the lead singer of the dirty projectors actors Get on that. There may not be tickets left but if there are check it out Largo and then we're going to be doing a live show standup show On the Fifteenth Eighteenth of December at a flappers in Burbank. So have some really good friends doing standup on that show too. It's a great chance to see. Do a nice full set in La. That's on the Fifteenth Eighteenth December. If you're there check that out could be doing amy manns. Christmas shows at Largo the ninth tenth and eleventh which will be a blast and then we gesture announcing we're doing a live dumb. Some people town for sketch fest. In San Francisco on January seventeenth serve. You're in San Francisco at the Marines Memorial Theatre. It is a huge theater. We want to sell it out. We love to see. Hi there. Good a superstars dot com. We'll put all dates on there. You can check that out Let's get some quick right now shall we. Let's do it If you are not the he'll in wrestling maybe it's best to leave the racially insensitive comments. Is it out. Owed the broadcast so look I. I don't know how people I feel about wrestling. I know people even though they know that it is not. The competition isn't necessarily real because it is scripted. The physicality is definitely real people. Take it seriously. The announcers are free to say whatever they want to say. Right and add me on a recent episode of Nwea a power It was removed from Youtube today after a line from Jim Cornet long time announcer. Yeah drew his comment drew fire from fans. This is the moment occurred during a non title match between Nick. It always occurs during that. You're not on the air you're on your best behavior. Not on the very edge of what you're doing here. So Cornet attempted to describe the strength uncovered and encourage murder. So you're in the heat of the moment all right. We're you hall in a game. which sort of unconscious in your digging into your unconscious to describe what's going on? This is described Murdoch Murdoch. He's the only man I've ever known. Construct a bucket of fried chicken on his back and ride a motor scooter across Ethiopia. I don't even know what that means. What in the world like you ha- by the away that's supposed to be by the way a compliment for the dude and a lot of people were like I don't even understand how that is like mixing racial slurs in a way that you just shouldn't do strap a strap a bucket it fried chicken on your back and drive a motorcycle earlier this month and W.. UA released a statement in regards to comments. Cornet made making light of suicide. I would love to see the band. NWEA do a song about this. Yeah I think thank you know. It's a bummer. Because by the way wrestling wrestling cuts across all racial. That's the beauty of wrestling that everyone gets mad at the he'll it doesn't matter if you're a man or a woman's if he's the manager of a bad guy and he makes some statement like this. Okay Yeah crosses the line yes. We'll make people mad definitely. Awfully make people hate him. Yeah maybe that was. Part of the storyline he soothes. Come on guys gotta go. I hate to say it but I apologize. I would actually love the policy. I would love to see I would love to see exactly. I would love to see again a real apology legit apology and I'd say like look man. We do a lot of things in this and I apologize for what I am. I mean. That's inside of this dude. But if he's awakened to the fact that hey this is in me and I gotta get it out and it's not cool and it's not fair and I've heard the reaction I realized what I did and I realize it now to me I would value that person a lot more. If they said that your in Yemen Golf Heart Sport reading I play. We're not great at it now at a gallery close to you now. People taking pictures. Here's wind guys go off and gals go off the course like when you're hitting the trees and everyone is like giving you a small way to shoot through. I mean I think think I'm GonNa hit you're gonna hit someone in the face. Well someone not get hit in the face. PGA Golfer Brandon Matthews made. Something happened to him and made him. I guess reevaluating his relationship chip with God Gallery Gallery. Okay he forgive. He forgave a fan and adult fan with down syndrome. The drum who yelled during a very crucial shot. That cost him the tournament Vegetable Golfer Brandon Matthews. He was locked in a sudden death playoff tournament in Argentina. Eighteen on's when he heard a yelp from the gallery the middle of a crucial putt Matthews twenty-five years displays distracted by the Sonnen. This eight foot Birdie. PUTT off eight. Feed is not like that thought. I'd gainful Tam. Bait is makeable for these guys four foot. It's not tasked him the visa the opening day Argentina title in Buenos Aires. But and. That's maybe a half a million dollars but here is but I bet it's like the best lesson ever will so he thought someone had done it intentionally. He was frustrated. He was in shock. which is split up? Won't you cannot do that. But then he went back out found found that the guy he's so he went in and it was very angry. Said Hey guys. Coin can't do that and he was angry. Sure because he didn't so went into the house and passed I write I'm GONNA explain to. I'm okay. That was down downside down syndrome right. Who's just a big golf fan? And he came back out of the sky on the guy died gave him a hug and then and said it's okay. I love you man and I. It's whatever it happens with questions. I appreciate his phantom great so a lot of times we talk about how sports gets it. Wrong a Lotta Times. We talked about how people are selfish. Time to talk about how guys are. But this guy isn't tiger woods this guy isn't you know Brooks Kepco is this may be his the closest he ever comes to a win on tour. We don't know we don't know I mean yes. It's great that he's the check he might have had the tournament of his life down to a final PUTT in a playoff. So it's on the line at this point a sudden death playoff and that happened to have it crumble like that and it costs tim money like that. It's a big deal to me. You have to treat it like twenty five years old. I don't know how mature I was at twenty five. I don't know that I would come to me. You have to treat something like that like it's like the the weather you know like the wind kicked up in a way that you couldn't you couldn't tell what was going on and you don't it it. Blew down in a way that you just you know what I mean Finally you know. When does that guy you know? I'm fine if you're an athlete in your way and that's fine with me. It's not my path but I say beauty. That's what gets you know. Love it when people give all the glory to God or fifteen percent fifteen percent five percent to your parents parents ever parent took who sublimated their own desires and thoughts for your sports in dreams for you then there are those guys that go out there. I'd say that the brushfires in Australia are God's way of punishing us who is from this guy from the Westboro Baptist church the Westboro Baptist rugby. You're so look along the second. You can't say that you cannot say that. Brush that things are of of nature nature or God punishing people because punishing the country because they support gay people is that what Israel full loud guy. He shouldn't even be allowed to have been fired. Rugby star Israel Flou- claimed that the country's devastating brushfire crisis and record breaking levels global warming of drought that. Oh you mean global warming that humans created a little taste of what God's judgment his life during a sermon at the Church of Jesus Christ and said he was stripped of his for million dollar rugby Australia contract good or this year or a string of homophobic social the media. I the way I think I think all of his money should go to. LGBT cute Groups don't you are or he'd go to like tolerance he claimed that people were evil in paraphrase the Bible Pass through saying drunks homosexuals cultures liars and this sky is a rugby player so like he makes his living being like I will move you the thing that's in front of I'm gonNA run right through so there is no give and take take with this guy. This guy is like I've got the ball right now. I'M GONNA blast rugby scrum. It is visibly one of the gay or physical. It's like Dude Dude Roddick. So maybe wasn't there but rugby out. Protest you too much. There was a rugby player player. Who in South Africa one of the only out gay athletes and he was like one of the best ever and you think to yourself okay? Rugby you've actually taken taking a step forward here where others have not. We always said that if a guy like Ray Lewis came out and said that he was good. Yes that would change for many people the way they viewed you know somebody who was not seen just seen in a different way. It would change people's minds to the point where there be like. Yeah I can dumb some people who wouldn't accept it might accept but you know what this comes back to and I'll add it on this and then We'll get out of here and we'll come back. And we'll get tremendous voicemail from from Berber from UH okay. Bullets Birmingham Athletic Ability. And talent doesn't give you the right to have any opinion agreed and also also no it doesn't we don't know whose body it's GonNa go into right. They could go into a dumb homophobic asshole or or maybe like the body of Mary. Carillo right who's like smart and aware and connected right inclusive right when you see it coming in this form a you say eighty yourself at bomber a waste. What a waste? What a waste of talent on a on an intolerant astle Yep bomber and by the way by taking money away you set a message and you send a message out there? That says you know what I can't say that stuff and you be the example. Let's say you can say just lose your money that's right We mentioned God. I love these guys so much There's off a lamp lip. Pros dirty projectors What is the time? I'll tell you what time it is. It's time for boomer voicemail and the other side visits visit view from the cheap seats. Happy Thanksgiving we'll see on the other side of this break.

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KGO 810

"So that's true. And we're competing with world economy, now that is, is calling on all our resources. You know, I it's going to be it's fascinating. So what's next for Scott Pelley? As soon as I'm done with this book tour. We're going to start shooting season fifty two. Wow. Sixty minutes started in nineteen sixty eight I've been there twenty years, and, and so we're going to start season fifty two. We have a new executive producer, a guy, I have literally been in combat with Iraq, a guy named Bill Owens, terrific news man of great values, and we're moving right on into the now. Into the next season. I have tremendous respect for your, your air of journalists that actually go out and bed because it's extremely dangerous. And I know you could tell us, you know, and then it's in the book close encounters and just, you know, how it changes your perception of that experience. I can watch movies all day long, but being there here in bullets and mortars. And right chip, I think that when America goes to war, all of America has to go. And the way that all of America goes is with independent reliable reporting of the combat correspondent on the ground to only way we're not going to get the straight story from the Pentagon, they have they have their they have their story. They wanna tell so you need to have independent reporting on the ground and a lot of what we have in the book or stories from Iraq and Afghanistan about how that kind of reporting, really informs the American people about what is being done with their sons and their daughters and their treasure. You gotta go one last question for you about John McCain. And you heard what hap-? Again, they show but the ship they end and McCain himself is, is such an interesting character, you know, and, and, and part of my history, you know, and to from Vietnam, into watching him his growth as a as a politician, and as a presidential candidate, the mistakes, and everything in fact, I heard him say once he said, I don't think it's his quote, but he said my next my next mistake is my next lesson. It's a great way to look at life. Did you ever interview him? Did you have time with him? I spent a lot of time with John McCain, I covered his campaign for president for CBS news. So I spend a lot of time with him and send him McCain. And interviewed him. Many times on Capitol Hill. I feel his loss. You know, you can agree or disagree with his policies, very conservative guy, of course. But if he could find a way to compromise with the other side of the aisle to get something done for America. He would do it. He, he would work like crazy to make that happen. And that's what we need on Capitol Hill. I wish we had two hundred fifty John McCain's. We really can't we really couldn't stand to lose him. And what was done by the White House. With regard to the ship that bears. His name is father's name. His grandfather's name was just shameful episode. I was shocked over minds me when they were bringing the bodybags back in Vietnam, and Nick, and Nixon, and wanted to didn't want them to film, it right where the famous photo of Emmett till, which changed the world. And there's a new group now called mile at my last shot. These kids, they want their bodies shown on television. They get shot in a school shooting. I think to answer the very first question. To you about the future. I'm optimistic but I'm optimistic because I'm a father, I have to be that's right. There's a lot of that in there being apparent. Absolutely. But what you just described gets back to my point that there's no democracy without journalism. And what Madison said that if we could see what we wanted to see and say, what we wanted to say than all of our rights would be protected by the freedom of speech and freedom of the press in Madison hated Hamilton. And they, they managed to work together. Thank you so much. Appreciate your time. All right now. I didn't make the club to it is tonight. You're at the Commonwealth club grapes, what time it start? You know the Commonwealth club event. It's written down for me right here. Hold on. It's six thirty six thirty six thirty. Great marines memorial theaters. Wonderful building. If you've never been there, you have of course, everybody hearing this right now again, if get a chance, I know, I don't know if there's tickets left, but you can call and find out and you can scout somebody sneak in the way we used to do, but the American safe travels, thank you so much grateful to be here. Great to be on. K G O. Thanks looks called the truth worth telling sixty minutes, correspondent Scott Pelley, check it out. You can find it everywhere, and again, get on the Commonwealth club. Tonight at six thirty, I'm chip. That's thinking we have more coming up Franklin K, G, O, eight ten fade ios midday host, Pat Thurston, Donald Trump be banned from Twitter. My answer is no. Whether we like it or not. He is the leader of the United States of America. I want to know what's going on in his head..

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KGO 810

"And until those members feel heat coming from their constituents that neutralizes the financial support that they're getting from the NRA, we're not going to see. Action at the national level. That doesn't mean that we shouldn't go state by state, but let's face it guns can travel across state lines without any effort. So we do need a national policy. But I think if we make progress state by state than eventually, that's going to put pressure on the federal government, but it couldn't happen, too soon in my book, I got one last question for, you will remind everybody that you're going to be tomorrow at noon at the marines memorial theatre here in the city and then tomorrow night at seven o'clock Dominican university in San Rafael. So you are the, the longest adviser longest serving senior adviser in Nova White House, which one of these democratic candidates, would you like to advise well, I've spoken to several of them running for office in my attitude, I will help whichever candidate seeks my counsel, I had the privilege of being a part of President Obama's successful campaign, not once but twice and so I learned a good bit about our country. And this is a message that I give to each of them, and that is the authentic tell the American people not. Just your vision for the country. But why they should trust you to execute that vision do not spend a lot of time. Beating up here competitor in the primary election. Because then we go into the general election in a weakened state, and we can't afford that because the ultimate goal here is to take back the White House. And so, I think that right now the Democratic Party has an embarrassment of riches. It's a little early for me to say who's going to emerge the one that I think can take us over the finish line. But I think we're coming out of the gate strong, and I'm, I'm heartened to see so many of the candidates do have an affirmative message do focus on what we can do to unify our country and not polarize it as it has been over the last couple of years, I think of Justice Ginsburg, when they asked her, you know, how many women should be on the supreme court. She said, why not nine? Exactly how the movie about her, and the amazing in early in her career. And I think so many people don't appreciate that. No, actually, an outstanding jurist on the supreme court Justice, but she also has a lifelong passion for, for gender, equity, and has changed our country in ways that are incredible. And she believes that we should have equal representation we're half the population were graduating from college at higher rates than men were half the workforce. We should have a lot more gender equity. And so the other thing I'm doing with my time right now is focusing on an organization called the United State of women. I chose the White House counsel on women and girls for eight years. And so now we've created a not for profit to continue the fight for gender equity. Well, tell the president, we said Hello. And. And we don't want people to know you and they all say nice things about you. So I appreciate you saying, we'll see you tomorrow afternoon again and then tomorrow night here in the city. Valerie jarrett. Congratulations on the book finding my voice, you can get in Amazon next time, please come by next time you're in San Francisco. Okay. I won't. I'll stop by studio. Thank you guys. Thank you so much again. Valerie Jarrett's nice enough to join us here. Good people. But I do I know that she, you know, if you know if you know, we feel it when we see Trump, you know, and being Trump imagine how it is for people who worked with the president and hear him. Disparage Obama's accomplishments. And again, you know, the, the birther thing they had that actually came up recently again that Stephen Miller said that was never fully resolved. Goodness gracious. Shut up right? Anyway. So, yeah, that's I says, I'm showing did read the first two chapters of that. It's a good book, good writer, and all right? So. The it is interesting to see again, speaking of Trump, and Obama, Trump is lying again about that. Obama started the child separations at the border did not happen. The only time that happened is when the kids were by themselves did not have parents with them. Or they, they thought they thought of a criminal reason it's not. But again, it's just lies. He just continues to lie, and I really don't understand the, the people I got a new video up today, and it's, it's about the tax returns, and so, and I think I explained money laundering pretty well, in, in the, the video, okay and said, it's, you can follow me on Twitter at your Franklin. It's a little too salty yet for cagey over. But following Nikki too as well. Coming up. I'll tell you what the latest thing Trump has said about the separations at the border, and we'll talk a little Bill bar, too. That's Nikki, I'm chip Franklin. K. G O, eight ten day begins fade ios on your radio and the bathroom radio addiction radio in the car. Armstrong and Getty, getting you started on Jack Armstrong he's Joe Getty smart Thompson. Sometimes it's politics, but it can also be everything down to a cellular level about cannabis noon to three.

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:15 min | 3 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KGO 810

"Franklin Madore go, you know, my wife and I watched television, usually MSNBC, and Rachel, Maddow, got her through the first two years of this, but whenever she sees President Obama. It's always the same reaction. It's like his care. It's like oh, I mean, don't you just know? When we had a real president or an adult. Real president learned, mantle, I love to was a community organizer and they used it as a negative. Today. Anyway, we're, we're fortunate enough right now to have not only a great American, but a woman who worked longest serving senior adviser in the Obama White House and has a new book out called finding my voice. Valerie Jarrett joins us here on Keijo. Valerie, good to have you here. And I'm sure you must have that same wistful thought now, then, yes, I do. Good afternoon. Delight to be with you. And but I try to turn that wistfulness into action here. You what am I going to try to get people to register to vote, you know, forty three percent of eligible Americans didn't vote in the last presidential election. We gotta get those folks sideline and started participating in our democracy, so many things I'm about now. It must have been a privilege, I think to work for somebody like Obama who accomplished so much despite the racism and the overwhelming odds with Republican House and Senate and a big chunk of his time and. I grew up in DC, and I remember people talking about one we have an African American president. And he so transcended that I noticed important thing to say, but, you know, I'm I looked at him. And I didn't think about it the last six years in office. It was it was he was so good. And he handled things so, well, this guy has only accomplishment has been to go after the things that Obama Representative, I don't know how to racism or what, but it hurting Americans have Bombardier being the most notable. Yes, that's exactly the point that this shouldn't be about President Obama. The steps that this administration is taking whether it's rolling back the progress we met around climate and the environment or whether it's threatening for the pain time to take health insurance benefits away of Americans or walking away from the Iran deal, or you name it the impact isn't hurting. President Obama Cody name Merican people. Let me ask you a question. Because I by the way, it's good book read the first two chapters and. Thank you feel that way. And, and by the way, I wish you mentioned that you're in town. At tomorrow night at the marines memorial theatre in San Francisco. And then no that's tomorrow, at noon, and then tomorrow night at the Dominican university in San Rafael. And we will tweet that advocate joy. Thank you. What was that? Like advising president of the United States. I, I know you knew him and you knew him and Michelle and you were you kind of had a relationship with him before, or did you come in, and then the relationship happened after you were an adviser? No. I met them both in nineteen ninety one when I was trying to hire Michelle Robinson before they even married to join my team in the mayor's office and broccoli them was just out of law school. Yeah. We have us became good, friends and colleagues and have known each other very well. But advising the president of the United States is an incredible responsibility and an incredible privilege. And I'm just proud that during his eight years in office, he worked so hard to focus on the American people. And they didn't put his short term politically interests ahead of anyone any anyone else. And so I really proud of his tenure, I'm proud of the fact that he inherited the worst economic crisis of the great depression, and he cut unemployment rate and house. And as you said tip against enormous headwinds coming his way. And that's kind of what's the prize me about Washington at how many people there were willing to put their short-term interest so far ahead of what was good for the country. But despite all that he just kept plugging away. He kept the lug view and I think he will go down in history as one of our greatest. I think unemployment would have been in the high twenties had he not done what he did right after. You know, the, the, the bus with these credit default, swaps and the, you know, the mortgage bond industry because of deregulation, that the Republicans begged for, and they got it and spiral, the world into a near depression. They fought against dodd-frank, which was put in place to try to make sure we never ended up in this situation. Again, but would also refresh your listeners at some of the steps we took at the time. We're not popular industry. There are people go just let it take. But you look at Ohio and good pieces of Michigan. Where would they be without stable automobile industry? You know, we talk a lot about economic disparities in this country, especially with African Americans, and I always point to Flint, Michigan, and people know about the water, but I tell people the thing that they forget of a city of a hundred thousand they had one grocery store one. That's exactly right. And what that means, type two diabetes and all the things that come into play there. I mean it's unreal. Cory Booker talking about reparations, and I try to tell people he's not talking about writing checks for individuals. He's talking about, you know, putting money back into systems to allow people to have a chance the playing field. How about how about let's make sure every child gets a good education. For everybody. It's good for white Hispanic, everybody when everybody succeeds it. So, you know the it's not trickle down economics. It's demand side and it's always worked. So tell me, this is a really want to ask you about this. You're born in Iran, and you grew up for while and her on my experience, I lived in DC right during the crisis seventy nine and I saw a lot of the people that had fled from the show and they came here and they loved American. I hear this now that so many people in Iran wanna be Americans. They want the mullah's out, you know, going back and that whole period to where we are. Now, I think that what the President Obama put in place that Trump is dissemble. I think that's a really creates a dangerous thing. And then, you know late on this other group is a terrorist group the other day. Well say to you might experience anyone in the fifties. Mac when you had states had very strong, diplomatic relationship with the Shaw, the government of Iran. And so I saw the Iranian people who were very different lens, but the people haven't changed and. That's why always delivered a Noah's New Year's message directly to the Iranian people going around the government because he appreciates the culture and the appreciation of the arts and music, and the and the historical aspects of Iran. And the people that's still the same. It's just as these those of us in this country who may not have chosen this person to be our president. We live with it, nonetheless, but we'd like to think the people around the world know, that there's more to us than just who are leader as Valerie. That's how I feel about about Iran valley. Jared does books called finding my voice, you went to Stanford, and did I gotta ask you about this whole, this whole college admissions crisis. When you went there you probably fought tooth and nail like a lot of people, especially people of color. What are your thoughts from, you know, the again, what I call white privilege, you know, this, these people seem to entertain how do we how do we get that message across that we're not doing ourselves any favors nation by giving some people privileges and other denying others opportunity. I would say this, you there has always been affirmative action for the wealthy, and maybe they did it within what was legal? But was it fair? I've know so many people who worked so hard and didn't have family members who could donate and buildings, etc. And this is just completely over the pail and what's the impact on the children? What message are you sending to your kids, that you think it's so important to get into one of these schools that you're willing to go to prison that you're willing to rescue reputation that you're willing to send a message to your child, if they don't get in, then their life isn't worth anything? It's just we should I think, you know, all these folks who are worrying about college oughta do a little soul-searching, if they think that they should really put some on the scale it's children should all be competing on an even playing field and let you know let's not start them out skewed the way it is right now. So I think it's a travesty, and I think that the schools are going to have to have a wakeup call and start to look at their processes to make sure. That it's fair to every young person. And I think that all these parents who haven't been caught yet oughta do a real reality check and say, do I really wanna take this chance or the message to my children. Hey, you know what? Life is over. If you don't get in the first school of your choice compete, and you're going to do well wherever you go and life isn't just about what college you get into. Nikki, and I we kinda go things I, I get a little more hot under the collar. She's a little more calmer. And I grew up as the youngest a five. So I had to have a louder voice, but I, I look at what you know, where we are. And I know that, you know, your, your big advocate for exa- for gun, confederate gun control better legislation. And I've read something really broke my heart that these towns where there have been shootings, like, you know, the parkland shooting, the politics really haven't changed people said, oh, sorry for your loss, but we still we still want to keep the gun laws where they are. And I don't know how I just after. Oh. After the sandy hook. I thought, well, if it's not going to happen, then one is going to happen. What are we to do? Well, I'll say a few things on that, first of all, there are signs of hopes to states like Connecticut have passed laws that keep guns out of the wrong hands. And as a result convenience has gone down the young people from parkland who went through a horrendously traumatic experience did put pressure on a governor who had a APRIL's rating from the NRA and the Florida legislature has taken steps to tighten up gun laws, and they travelled around the country, and our registering people to vote to put the spotlight on this issue, not to mention the March for our lives that had millions of people from around the country, galvanize. And I think the challenge is quite, frankly, this, the NRA spent a great deal of money donating to members of congress..

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:05 min | 3 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And I I think I have to go back in and get another layer this isn't enough New Orleans actor disease. Wendy wind was blowing hard. Ken show with an update on old cranky Jerry Brown. The San Francisco Chronicle wrote an article because he and the wife made their first public appearance since he left office in January. I guess they went to where they go some. Oh, yeah. The the marines memorial theatre in San Francisco, as you know, Jerry Brown made his way off to the ranch shopping collusive county, and it says here in the first paragraph. Former governor Jerry Brown's days are now filled with drawing water from a well and watching his neighbors cows grazing on the sprawling land. He doesn't have running water. He does not. So he's got a drag a bucket of water back. It says in the story that they live very it's they have they live in a self sustaining form, they have to install solar panels for power collect water from a well and tend to an olive tree orchard. And how does he how does he shower? I imagine they have running water. I don't know what the wealth thing is maybe exaggerate. I can't believe they live in a place without indoor plumbing. That's what I'm saying running water. That's unhappy Janik it's not mentioned specifically here. They like to throw that in. How does it clean himself the white and Brown says you go to a ranch, and you couldn't go to something more extreme we were in the hubbub? And now we're there with some cows. I found it shocking. I don't think it shocked him though. He's very zen isn't that hypocritical? That they farts methane gas. I think it's their neighbors. Cows though, that's not their cows. Oh, they should kill them that they should kill them. Kill the cows. Because the cows are fighting, and it's warming the planet. You can't be caretaking cows you have to kill them this house. Listen to this hardship. They moved off the grid. The couple security from the California Highway Patrol is ended they had to buy a car after years of getting escorted there. Enlisting the help the help of geologists and hydrologist to provide advice on how to restore damaged soil on their ranch a friendly neighbor stops by the once a month out of the goodness of his heart to collect trash as normal garbage trucks don't pass through this very rural. So he's got a month's worth of garbage that piles up guests. So he's living like a favorite and Brown says we have to provide everything for our sales. We're living in a culture. That's so different from living in the city. Maybe he doesn't have running water. Maybe he doesn't shower anymore. That's kinda nice. Maybe if you're not around anybody what you need to shower. You don't wanna be eighty years old? You're not cleaning yourself that's ever smell old people. That's kinda skin rock off. They they all have a peculiar, aroma. He's tired of bathing, or you know, it's too complicated because they can't walk stand. Well, so they give up on it. So Jerry Brown was asked. What about Gavin Newsom decisions like announcing that the state's proposed high speed rail is going to focus completely on the central valley and will add and that may be it. Mostly he didn't wanna talk much about Newsom past governors don't really comment on the current governor. But then he said China's committed itself to thousands of miles of high speed rail. This is not a California problem. This is an American challenge me. It doesn't mean anything. It keeps quoting says stuff. And the thing is the reporters never challenged and say, what does that mean? No, they just transcribed like stenographers, whatever he says, which is sometimes riddles. We have to invest in new technology to ensure that future, railways and transit systems run on clean renewable energy. We went right onto climate change. We got to get off the oil China's becoming the leader in the production of batteries and electric cars. If we don't watch it. We'll be bailing out the coal industry and five to seven years, the electric car will be the standard. It'll all be Chinese electric cars, go one hundred miles and yeah. Well, nobody's going electric happened by now I had a great guest on the other day when you weren't here. He was with one of the think tanks. I think the Manhattan institute he's here energy expert, and he says for us to move as far as they want us to move to renewables is actually by the laws of science impossible. You cannot generate the kind of energy the world needs from sources like solar and batteries and wind. It's not possible. He said that would take an incredible because he says people always say well look at two computers, look at the technological advances that were made there because it's not the same. The laws of physics that. That's that's like stupid people analogies. But but you land a man on the moon. You gotta be able to do this still not the same. It's not to say, no, he made a very compelling case in detail. There's a limited amount of wind and a limited amount of sunshine to provide energy for the whole planet. It's it's it's not possible to do it not especially because our energy needs grow and grow and grow was the world's population is now more into using energy like China and India middle class, everything we have now the reason we have such a large scale because it works burning oil and gas and coal works really well, efficiently and cheaply since they're seven and a half billion of us on the planet. This is what life is. So here's the ending. Both the Browns acknowledged their new lives on the farm have reinforced the urgency of making personal and nationwide changes to reduce the impacts of climate change their own little cult up there. And here's a classic quote from Jerry Brown. The ranch has passed, but it also has a future because we're in the midst of climate change, and it could well be that in ten or fifteen years. This place is unlivable it could just burn up. This whole ranch is going to burn up dead. I know climate is serious business. This is a real place with real history. And I'm building a real future. But how are we going to get along with nature? We're just not on very good terms with nature. That's how this story. I'm building a real future. You're eighty eighty you have to worry about burning up on you, dude. It'd be gone to the ten years most likely, I don't really think that's the problem. And I see him though in a rocking chair staring at the cows shoot. That weird looking as you gotta kill the cast who do a phone over the tone of milk them. We got workup Chanaka KFI. Debra Mark has news man has pleaded not guilty to murdering an eleven year old girl in Newport Beach, one thousand nine hundred ninety three the girl was also sexually assaulted. The man is also accused of sexually assaulting two kids in Riverside County. A man from LA has been sentenced to twenty years in prison for making bogus emergency calls to the cops. One of those calls in two thousand seventeen let police in Wichita Kansas Kansas to shoot and kill an unarmed, man and attorney general Bill Barr says he expects to have the Miller report ready for congress by mid April. If not sooner the report is more than three hundred pages long, any classified data and confidential grand jury material will be redacted President Trump says he has nothing to hide and looks forward to seeing the report trouble on the four zero five, and we will check.

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Live from sketch fest at the marines memorial theatre. This is the west wing weekly. I'm Russia case your way, I'm Joshua Malina. And this is. The latest I've ever been away. Thank you all for coming. Thanks so much for being here pastor bedtime. Late. And thanks so much everyone from sketch fest for inviting us back we have an exciting show for you today. We're talking about episode six oh seven it's called a change is gonna come of the Tele play by John sacred young. And Josh singer was directed by Vincent Misano at first aired on December first two thousand and four my eighth wedding anniversary. Here's a little bit about what happens in this episode. President Bartlett is supposed to go to China for a summit a huge diplomatic mission. And Josh has been organizing it, but the whole thing threatens to unravel when the president accepts a flag of the Taiwanese independence movement. Meanwhile, the primaries haven't started yet, but the battle for the nomination definitely has horns returns with his book full disclosure, plus vice president Russell squares off with the person widely seen as the favourite governor Baker of Pennsylvania. That is not the episode. I watched. But we're here. So that's doing. The title of the episode comes from a Sam Cooke song of the same name. And at the end of this episode. There's a medal of arc ceremony. That's posthumously honoring Sam Cooke, they make a big deal about who these surprise musical guest is. And then give it away really early. Yeah. In the titles. The plot. Kind of is you feel like it's only for the characters because we know right away who the surprise musical guest is. The one the episode. I aired the title of it. A change is gonna come showed up in the title screen the way that you normally would see it. But I don't know if any of you noticed this. But if you watch it on Netflix, or if you downloaded from itunes instead of that, it just says change, and I don't know why they changed it. But they changed it from change. They changed it to change from a change is gonna come when it comes. It reminds me of the scene from cheers that I still think about years later after I've seen it you've seen this. But what he says he's going to he's he's running for city council, and he wins elected to the city council as an agent of chain. And I fully intend to live up to that pledge. I will make chain. Chains chains to change. No say. In here, you make train there you make on change. So it just make the change change make change to make a change. Just. Could be your next podcast. Just saying the word change over and over again. Yeah. I was thinking more episode by the look at cheers. But. We could just do that one snippet of dialogue as both. Speaking of secret, special guests that aren't a secret at all. But our special about our special. Yeah, shall we? Bring out our special guests for.

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"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"marines memorial theatre" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"Folks. It's another month. It's twenty nineteen. I'm very excited to bring this episode. But before I do let me tell you about my upcoming live standup comedy dates San Francisco sketch fest. I am coming your way on Friday, January the twenty fifth Natasha Lazaro, and I will be at the marines memorial theatre in San Francisco, Friday, ten pm. We would love you to come. It'll be a big fun theater show then on the twenty six hundred alive hound tall podcast taping. So you can come see your favorite podcast live. The topic is how to be good at sex with Michael, Ian, black and he can lower Natasha muse Aparna non Churla and our guest Alison moon who wrote a really exciting book on sax. We're gonna discuss fisting. Then I ran comic is coming to cobb's comedy club on that evening that Saturday seven thirty also should be a lot of fun and Washington DC. I'm coming your way the last weekend in. January into the first weekend in February. And I am recording a live album of all crowd work. It's going to be a very fun exciting concept album. So come be a part of history. There's some other upcoming dates February fifteenth and sixteenth. I'm in the Cayman Islands at the Kabu came announce festival, but I doubt you're listening and the Cayman Islands, but if you're going come see me, I'll be an Aspen Colorado that we were opera house on the twenty second of February. There's other stuff coming up go to my website Moshe, Castro dot com. This week. We are discussing the happiest place on earth. Disneyland all of its secrets, it's architectural weirdnesses. And the man that is our expert this month. Well, he couldn't be a better expert on this topic. He just wrote the book on the subject, you may remember him from the beauty of LA episode. This guy loves LA. He loves kitsch. He is an adorable lover of all things odd about Southern Cal. -fornia are committed. Guests curb Ron Oehler Brady Elliott, Steve AG. It's a fun episode about a fun place. So stripe in let's go on haunted mansion ride into the dark angels. I know Daniels. I think it's of Disneyland. The how all this. In series. Academia. Learn besser. Cetera. Discussion series with your host Moshe casher. To our guests everyone. He is our expert are Disney, Dr Mr Chris Nichols. From Los Angeles magazine, put your hands together for him as he comes to the stage. And also are comedic guests. Brady Elliott, Steve AG and Kurt Ron Oehler. Here. They come here is Chris that's Chris people plotting because it takes a little while to get from the green room to hear. But oh, there's that beautiful book that you can't see if you're listening to the podcast. Hi, everyone. And welcome welcome. Welcome kurt. There's broad overweight. That's Kurt listen to that voice. What do you think? Pretty cool voice. Yeah. That is what I heard. I heard cool. It you said Kurt when I asked you to be on the podcast. You had some really aggressive words to say about Disney. What are your feelings about Disney and Disneyland you know, what I take it all back. They don't even know. I just think I think ABC's a great part of Disney. And I just want you know, that nothing bad to say about dizzy, I might have said it was started by an anti Semite. But you know, we'll find out if that's true or not I've heard that. And I'm interested to know Moshe is that true. Well, as the Jew on the panel, I can say I will say this as a Jew. I don't know about Disney, and we will find out soon, but as do many of your childhood heroes. You like you like, oh what a lovely person. Then you like do a Wikipedia. Search like raw doll supported the holocaust. Why is that true? It's really a fun. Or is that really true? Well, he didn't support the holocaust started it. He more than supported it. He undergrad that's real chocolate military. That was several Tena offensive and confusing doll buff. Yeah. Right. No Iran book. But what's anyway? Rundell was a had some anti-semitism issues that is that is true. That is true. The giant peach was actually a metaphor for clearing. The Jews supply. Plot. But Steve you are a very much pro Disneyland lover is that right? What's your experience? I grew up in southern California. I grew up in riverside about an hour away. That's the g by the way, everybody. This is voice from now on if you're listening. This is Steve Agee's voice voice. Thanks, much nicer skirt. I spent all my birthdays at Disneyland. Really? And all my friends. So I was there multiple times a year you spent all your birthdays growing up. Yeah. Yeah. Until what age when did you stop? Last year. Probably around twelve or thirteen. Oh, Where'd you became a man you? Everything we re contextualised within the framework of Judaism tonight that sort of. I met a narrative of tonight show. Yes. And Brighty Brady Elliott, ladies and gentlemen there. She is. Thank you. I I asked Chris is there a comedian that you know, that's like a real Disney land free straight freak for the land. And you the first name came to mind. Why is it is it true? Is it sweet? It's a little sweetness little sour. If you guys know what I mean? Okay. Guys what she says. If you know what? I mean, you fucking you cheer mother fuckers.

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