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"Health officials in Chicago announced Cove in 19 cases are stable for now, but most prominent among Chicagoans between the ages of 18 and 29 in a conference call with reporters. Chicago's public Health commissioner Alison are, Wadi said to expect outreach and media campaigns from the city targeting members of Generation Z, as well as young millennials now have the highest daily case rates in the city. Or what he says that the biggest cove in 19 hot spots for young Chicagoans are in Lincoln Park and New City, and she wants to remind them that their behavior also can put people they love at risk, who may be at higher risk deaths. Hospitalizations and emergency room visits related to Cove in 19 in Chicago, hurt their lowest levels since March, according to City Hall, Brandon Ice and NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM. A state lawmaker says Illinois can learn a lesson from Cove in 19 in dealing with illegal guns brought in from neighboring states State representative LaShawn Ford from Chicago's Westside travel to the Illinois Indiana border in Calumet City. He's going on Illinois and the five other Midwestern states that are currently in a compact to coordinate their response is to covet 19 to form a similar partnership to slow the flow of guns across state lines. Ford says that should include a database that keeps track of when residents of one of the state's goes into one of the other states to buy guns. There is no database that record when a person comes from Illinois and crosses the border to purchase guns. Illinois. We have no idea how many guns a person goes to Indiana to buy. Ford says such a database would make it easier for police to track down who's bringing guns into Illinois that are used in crimes. In Calumet City. Jim Goddess NewsRadio 105.9 FM. Former special counsel Robert Mueller is sharply defending his investigation into ties between Russia and Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. Mueller writes in a newspaper opinion piece that the probe was off paramount importance and asserts that Trump Ally Roger Stone quote remains a convicted felon and rightly so, despite the president's decision to commute his prison sentence. The op ed in The Washington Post marks Mueller's first public statement on this Investigation since his congressional appearance last July. Japanese officials say they're concerned about Corona virus outbreaks at two U. S bases there. Japanese officials say there have been dozens of U. S Marines infected with Corona virus in Okinawa there demanding more information from the U. S military. It hasn't provided any details on numbers on Lee, saying in a statement that precautions were being taken. Okinawa is home to more than half of the 50,000 American troops in Japan. That CBS news correspondent CAMI McCormick Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says that lockdowns meant to curb the spread of the pandemic could lead to street protests over economic problems. Rouhani said it the easiest way to fight the virus is to close off all activities, but worries people will come in stage protests because of chaos, famine and other problems. Confirmed virus cases in deaths reached a record low in May after mass lockdowns were imposed in Iran. But since then, the numbers have spiked once again, with Tehran officials saying a combination of improved testing and re openings has driven the surge..
"mark mueller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Someone who has avoided wearing a mask did so today. For the first time, President Trump wore a mask in public. It took place during a trip to Walter Reed Hospital to visit troops and front line health care workers. CBS News update. I'm Steve Futterman. Don't you baby of news times, 6 30 to the Illinois Department of Public Health today said the state had recorded 24 additional deaths from Corona virus in the past 24 hours. The state also announced nearly 1200 new cases of it. Illinois has had more than 152,000 cases and more than 7100 deaths. That's during the pandemic, and the statewide positivity rate is at 3%. State health officials are taking a news someone parental approach when it comes to curbing the spread of covert 19 number when you were little, and your mom said clean your room, and you said I don't want to. And your mom said do it. Anyway. The new P s a from the Illinois Department of Public Health. Also references wearing a seat belt while driving. It calls this a do it anyway. Moment when you're out in public wear a mask. You may not want to, but you could help protect others. If you happen to be infected video was posted to the department's Twitter account with the Hashtag do it anyway, and is expected to pop up on radio and TV in the coming days. Andy Day News Radio, 105.9 FM. State representative Ford is endorsing the adoption of a strategy already in use to limit the spread of covert 19. He was in Calumet City today to recommend that Illinois, Indiana and four other Midwest States form a similar partnership to combat trafficking of guns across state lines. Ford says that should include a database that lets these states know when one of their residents travels to another state to buy guns. Illinois had a database where we knew how many guns a person went to Indiana to purchase. Then we could stop the gun running that's taken place in Illinois. Right now. Ford says Such a database would make it easier to track down those who are trafficking guns to Illinois. That are used in crimes and could deter people from going out of state to buy them. A day of solidarity and service on the South side brought area alderman and other community leaders and activists together for cleaning projects and efforts to pass on important information about the needs of the community. For example, 17 more 17th Ward Alderman David Mohr expressed the importance to residents in participating with the census. In order to matter. We need that money for our communities, and we need to make sure that these businesses in our community hearin our contractors and hired are the residents from our community. And so all that encompasses The importance of black lives matter that glass can not matter if you don't fill out your census 15th Ward Alderman Raymond Lopez says the service day to bring attention to South Side businesses is not just a one time thing. Former special counsel Robert Mueller is sharply defending his investigation into ties between Russia and Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. Mueller writes in a newspaper opinion piece that the probe was of paramount importance and asserts that Trump Ally Roger Stone remains a convicted felon. And rightly so. Quote unquote. Despite the president's decision to commute his prison sentence. The op ed in The Washington Post marks Mueller's first public statement on his investigation since his congressional appearance last July. CBS News political consultant, Leonard Steinhorn has more on what Roger Stone was convicted. 2016. Stone was an intermediary between the Trump Campaign and Wikileaks, which was receiving hacked material from the Russians. And because of that he was convicted of obstructing Congress lying under oath, withholding evidence and witness tampering. The judge in the case even went so far to say that Stone was covering up for the President. Stone was due to begin serving a 40 month prison sentence next week. Ah, Group of mothers, Sisters and grandmothers gathered in Bloomington, Minnesota today to mourn the loss of loved ones killed by police and to push for a nationwide reform..
"mark mueller" Discussed on The Ralph Report
"Like that any would. Today's theme song was called by Time magazine. No LESS THAN AUSPICIOUS MAGAZINE. Time magazine as one of the most memorable TV theme songs of All Time Now. They noted some lyrics might not make sense to those older than the age of ten but the song is still awesome and Randy Vanity. Fair magazine also said that the theme song absolutely sticks in your head. The phenomenon known as the EARWORM can be encapsulated with this theme. Song Jesse loved growing up and he called in made a request. Hey Rows This is Jesse from Long Beach I just wanted to request a TV show tune for TV tunes. Tuesday it's One of my favorite I grew up in the eighties and the nineties. And I really love this song and I really would love for you. To explore it It's from one of my favorite cartoons as a kid. It's from ducktail and I was hoping you could do eighteen Tuesday on it especially because I feel like it shares a lot of similarities way hauling notes so. I just wanted to explore some of that anyway. Thanks lending minute by Duck Tales the beloved Disney TV series. I missed up till right past me while I was Gi Joe and he man and transformers and duck tales was sort of on the tail end of that I was flipping around watching cartoons even duck. Tales infected me certainly the themes. I watched it a couple times but yeah I was never big in the duct duct tales of that going. Ooh Afterwards and it wasn't. It wasn't my duck tale. I miss it. The Duck Tales theme song was written by Mark. Mueller Mark is an award winning pop music songwriter. By the way he's worked with a ton of big name artists but he also writes for television and film and stage. He was paid just a lower thousand dollars to write the tomb but it was so successful that they also asked the right the tomb for chip and Dale Rescue Rangers which was also memorable Disney theme song as well. The song was sung by a guy named Jeff piscataway now. Jeff was asked by mark early on to cut the demo version of the Disney song and Disney liked it but they had already made a deal with the pop group the jets to perform the theme song for broadcast. Remember the jets. Yeah it was like a family group homes they so so they had them record it and then when Disney listened to it and they said Nah that other guy was better so they had to go back and pay him again to record the actual version. It is the stuff of legend if you grew up in the eighties than you know the ducktail theme song as I mentioned you can't hear it without going. Ooh Now the connection to haul notes. Well we'll talk about that in a minute but for For Right now here's Jesse's requests for TV tunes. Tuesday the theme from Duck Tales. I just like Bernie lasers.
"mark mueller" Discussed on Here & Now
"Com slash NPR podcast terms conditions and quality standards apply companies are reporting their third quarter earnings this week and there are some surprises Amazon's prophets fell for the first time in more than two years and twitter stock is down more than twenty percent for more let's bring in Mike Regan senior editor at Bloomberg News Hey Mike Heart's on so it feels like big tax has been the darling of Wall Street for so long it's a little surprising to see this kind of dip let's talk about Amazon I what explains at twenty six percent drop in profits compared to last year throughout its history Amazon has sort of made it clear that maximizing profits in the present day was not really it's number one priority they'd much rather spend some of those profits by spending aggressively on projects that they think will boost sales in the long term and and that's really the case Dan in this quarter they spent a lot to invest in one day shipping and it turned out to be very popular with customers but it is very expensive so sales at stores they're online store was actually up twenty one percent but those shipping costs were up forty six percent but but again you know was on strategy has always been to sort of sacrifice those prophets in the near term in exchange for what they think is a good long-term investment to boost sales in the long term and and that seems to be what they're doing here too okay let's talk about twitter it took one of its biggest beatings ever in the market after its shares dropped more than twenty percent following its q three earnings this is what happened there what they describe it as bugs in basically the software that allows them to target users with ads some of its stems from some issues they had with collecting information from people on the devices they were using they were doing this basically without permission ended that situation so it did cause this sort of bump in the road for them to successfully deliver adds to a row narrowly targeted audience in and as a result it resulted in less revenue coming in from advertising which is obviously the vast majority of the of how they make their money right and we should mention that twitter's users it actually is still continues to grow one other interesting big tech story today facebook is launching a new news service for a test audience of two hundred thousand users it's a new model facebook is trying where it pays newspapers for their content on how big of a game changer do you think this might be for the news industry certainly a positive for them to actually get paid for this content you know these days will happily cash those checks yeah whether or not it's a game changer I think it depends on if users a facebook actually adopt this new functionality pretty on a widespread basis I mean I think the appeal of facebook to a lot of people are seeing what news their friends share and then having a conversation about it and this is kind of a different way for facebook to present the news to people and it's wants to see if if people sort of embraced this new way of getting the news off of facebook but it certainly a positive again for the companies actually get paid and for the traffic to be directed towards their sites rather than staying within that facebook environment is always been a big point of contention for media outlets is not being able to have folks leave the site once they're able to click on their content within facebook absolutely absolutely so that's that's finally a positive for the news cookies and Mike Regan senior editor at Bloomberg News thank you so much for joining us travelling and this note facebook and Amazon are among NPR's recent financial supporters and NPR is one of the news outlets that will be featured in facebook's news tower now I will residents will cast the first votes of the two thousand twenty presidential race one hundred days from now during the first in the nation caucus on February third and two thousand sixteen the State voted for Donald Trump after choosing Barack Obama and the previous two elections earlier this week we heard and how Republicans in Iowa are attempting to shore up support in the counties that flipped from blue to red but this time around Democrats hope to retake the State and voters are split over which candidate can do it here now Chris Bentley reports live streaming and win Elizabeth Warren supporters are packed into split level house in suburban Dubuque Iowa networking and getting tips from local campaign organisers on canvassing voters Rachel Julian is among them she's twenty five and worked at a publishing company and Dubuque you and says she's volunteering for the campaign because she thinks Warren is the best candidate to be trump I because I think all of her ideas are bigger than just her and they're bigger than trump she said recently that trump is a symptom of a larger problem of corruption and that's the thing that she's fighting against the most to remove corruption from the office like inside and out and that's why I think she's the best candidate Warren is among four candidates polling in double digits in Iowa she's running neck and neck with former vice president Joe Biden for the lead but not far behind them Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buddha judge who poll numbers have risen in recent weeks William Spencer is a special education teacher in Dubuque at fifty years old he's decided to caucus and volunteer for a campaign for the first time he and his wife are backing Duda judge he is pragmatic I don't see him as being too far either way think he will appeal to people like me that maybe checked out Spencer had voted for Republican presidential candidate since one thousand nine hundred eighty six but says he couldn't bring himself to vote for trump so he off the top of the ballot blank in two thousand sixteen he thinks Buddha judge has the best chance of winning independence in Iowa this one for trump last time pete gives me faith that he will not only can unite the Democratic Party which really didn't seem united in two thousand sixteen but I think he can reach out and pull back some of those center rate right people that are thank you know what I may not agree with him on everything but he's reasonable appealing to independence is an important part of any presidential campaign in Iowa where there are more active is not registered with any party than there are registered Democrats or Republicans Mark Mueller has caucus for both Democrats and Republicans in the past and he hasn't decided which candidate he'll support next year Mueller is retired logistics manager for the US army he says as a veteran he's dismayed by trump's decision making process especially when it comes to four in policy Moore says he likes Biden and Warren and Tom Steyer and Senator Harris most of the candidates have great chance for electability if you look at they're standing what they have to say and I'm not worried about age because if you pick a good vice president if you pick good cabinet heads they will carry on electability is priority for Judy Schmidt a retired English teacher in Dubuque I spoke there in a coffee shop and she says the race has gotten more confusing in the last few months people are excited the Democrats are excited and they are they do want someone who will defeat trump but the people I've talked to have said that they were more sure which candidate support during the summertime now Schmitz top two choices right now are Joe Biden whom she says will calm the waters in Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar he's like me very down to Earth very practical she understands the people are tired of the the chaos and the the message trump has created and they went some normalcy they want some communists in I see her that way Schmitz right that there's no clear favourite yet in Iowa a Suffolk University USA today's poll this week found the number of likely democratic caucus goers who say they're undecided is twenty nine percent up eight points from a few months ago but not everyone agrees with it that a moderate would be the best choice for the party twenty twenty Tom Townsend is president of the Dubuque Federation of Labor he says like many working class Democrats in the area he held is knows and voted for Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen a lot of our members felt like the you know in the primary that the party had screwed Bernie Sanders out of the nomination and I think that brought up a lot of anger towards Hillary Clinton you bundle that all together with the fact that trump was talking to working people you know he was going to be there fighting for the average working person instead he worked for tax cuts for really wealthy people labor is a key constituency for any Democrat hoping to win Industrial Dubuque Townsend says Sanders this is still a strong contender but this time around union voters have options it really is good when you hear you know how many different candidates including you know Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren the judge all of them are talking about how are we going to expand union membership and that they wanNA double you know the number of members in unions Buddha Jr specifically talking about Gig workers and workers that have never been represented before you know they all have their strengths and they all have their weaknesses up but every one of them has the Labor Platform and I think that's encouraging there's something else that Democrats in eastern Iowa find encouraging their party won three of the state's four congressional seats in last year's midterm elections including here in the states I district refreshing Abby thinking our unseated a two term Republican incumbent Donna Duval heads the Democratic Party in rural Jackson County part of thinking hours district she says she always votes but didn't get involved with politics until after the two thousand sixteen election so I became politically active because of trump and there are a number of people like me who've done that to win in two thousand twenty Democrats will have to improve voter turnout trump won Iowa twenty sixteen amid a dip in turn out for both parties but especially Democrats and even last year when the highest midterm turnout in decades helped Democrats flipped to congressional districts Republicans in Iowa still saw a higher turnout the Democrats in no party voters but do vol says Democrats in Iowa are energized to vote trump out of office next year no matter who their candidate is I would vote for any of the candidates I would out and work hard for any of the candidates and I think the most important thing that Democrats need to do is to come together once the Caucasus over once we have a candidate than come together and work for that candidate because any of the candidates any of them at all would be better than trump and with just over three months and Shelby Iowa caucuses it remains to be seen which candidate will get the chance to take on Donald Trump for here and now I'm Chris Bentley presidential hopefuls spend much of their campaigns talking at voters. NPR has brought candidates face to face to speak with them in personal settings as part of our series off script and Zhang sat down with NPR's Noel King and to undecided voters at a Chinese Restaurant in Manhattan the millionaire Entrepreneur Democratic contender is best known for his plan to guarantee income for every American but the voters also wanted to hear his ideas on transforming the educational system let's listen to his response the the data shows that two thirds of our kids academic performance is determined by factors the children words read to them when they're young stress levels in the household type of neighborhood and educators know this where we balancing out more aggressively for community that are starting in a lower base which has to be unfortunately communities of color in this country their hopes for the future altered forever we invented the sat during World War Two as a means to determine which kids not to send to the front lines.
"mark mueller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Mississippi's Republican governor Phil Bryant said that anyone in the country illegally has to quote bear the responsibility of that a federal violation police and the fire department personnel in Hoffman estates yesterday dedicated a roadside memorial do an officer who recently died the memorial is on the side of route fifty nine just north of Higgins road in south Barrington the place where officer Dave Dorman was killed while off duty in June he was riding his Harley and was involved in a crash with a van Hoffman estates police sergeant mark Mueller says he left a big hole in the department your day was a very dedicated to him the man he loved his family loved his work very passionate about work stuff like the everybody you drug life he joined his motorcycles enjoyed that too he enjoyed just living life they would have been his fiftieth birthday Dave Dorman served in the marine corps he was on the Hoffman estates police force for twenty three years Mike Krauser newsradio one of five point nine FM a man on his continuing in western Tennessee for an escaped inmate who suspected in the death of a prison employee authorities are looking for forty four year old Curtis ray Watson the convict is suspected in the death of a corrections employee and escape the prison on a tractor this band lives near the west a Tennessee state penitentiary they do say they keep the doors locked if somebody takes a sixty four year old prison administrator Deborah Johnson was found dead in a residence on the present site Watson was serving a fifteen year sentence on what's called an especially aggravated kidnapping conviction Jim chrysalis CBS news the US government is warning travelers about the possibility of increased violence in Hong Kong due to the pro democracy demonstrations there the state department has stepped up its warnings to Americans traveling to Hong Kong the latest advisory urges increased caution due to civil unrest it tells Americans to avoid demonstrations the protest there began two months ago it came after legislation that could have seen suspects sent to mainland China where protesters say they could face torture or unfair trials WBBM news time of three thirty five also in the news this morning silence cloaks the center of the city of a story in our India hits once teeming streets blocked with the schools of concertina wire every road is sealed off the population has been forced indoors while thousands of Indian soldiers in camouflage are on patrol carrying guns Srinagar the main city in Indian controlled Kashmir is under C. usual watershed moment was reached earlier this week in the disputed and divided region after the Hindu nationalist led government in New Delhi revoked its special status and stripped it of its statehood thousands of people have been forced indoors and all communications on the internet have reportedly been knocked off attorneys have filed for new federal lawsuits alleging that little rock Arkansas is use of no knock warrants and police drug raids violates the US constitution to civil rights attorneys say the lawsuits against little rock and officers with the police department there demonstrate police falsely obtained affidavits and were on.
"mark mueller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Of the five points the president laid out in his plan to reduce the threat of mass shootings of course he called to stop the glorification of violence he talked about in particular video games and in this case social media platforms CBS news update on that Piper WBBM news time one thirty to president trump says he strongly considering can during former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich is corruption sentence I thought it was unbelievably unfairly he was given to us eighteen years in prison and a lot of people thought it was unfair like a lot of other things trump made those comments aboard Air Force One Wednesday night but boy which was a past contestant on trump's reality show the apprentice the Hoffman estates police and fire departments dedicated a roadside memorial yesterday to an officer who recently died Morial is on the side of route fifty nine just north of Higgins road in south Barrington the place where officer Dave Dorman was killed while off duty in June he was riding his Harley and was involved in a crash with the van Hoffman estates police sergeant mark Mueller says he left a big hole in the department air date was a very dedicated see every man he loved his family loved his work very passionate about work stuff like the everybody here you drive life he joined his motorcycles enjoyed that too he enjoyed just living life they would have been his fiftieth birthday Dave Dorman served in the marine corps he was on the Hoffman estates police force for twenty three years Mike Krauser newsradio one of five point nine FM WBBM news time one thirty three immigration and customs enforcement says nearly half of those arrested during the largest immigration rate in a decade have been released I says more than three hundred of the six hundred eighty people arrested Wednesday have been released from custody it's a thirty were released at the plants in about two hundred seventy others released from the military hangar where they've been brought after the raids to be processed the Mississippi immigrants rights alliance gather allies to help those affected by the raid one advocate union leader Milton Thompson would be WBBM news time one thirty for an intense manhunt under way in West Tennessee for an escaped inmate.
"mark mueller" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Will fascinate an often surprising it's u._s._a. Listen and subscribe now. This is fresh air. We're speaking with yahoo news chief investigative correspondent michael isikoff. He hosts a new six episode podcast called conspiracy land. It explores conspiracy theories surrounding the twenty sixteen murder on washington d._c. St of democratic national committee staffer named seth rich theory suggesting it was seth rich and not russian hackers that leaked d._n._c. emails to wikileaks that undermined hillary clinton's campaign and that seth rich murder was a professional hit in some way related to the emails one of the things that the podcast focuses on apart from the way theories like this pollute the political discourse is the number of of innocent people who get dragged into this stuff obviously seth richest family pr primary among them but the bartender at the bar where seth rich had they had drinks and was well known gets tagged <hes> a neighbor who heard the shots and came out that night both of them end up getting slammed on the internet right right i mean this is a classic case of how internet bullies work and also gives you real insight into the sort of conspiratorial royal mindset that bartender he actually was the manager of loose city bar which was <hes> seth riches favorite hang out and where he was the night of his his death <hes> it guy by the name of joe capone he was a friend of steph <hes> viewed him <hes> as you know one of his favorite customers i <hes> a few days before seth rich's death. Joe capone takes his daughter and a visiting friend from canada on a tour of the white white house. It's a public tour of the white house <hes> matt couch and the internet hoard discover this apparently from white house visitor logs and and they say a high you see why is joe capone going to the white house just a few days before seth rich's death he must have been consulting with somebody <hes> aides to hillary clinton and this somehow had something to do with seth rich's death and and suddenly joke upon sees pictures of his family being put on the internet claims about his public tour of the white house being made into a <hes> a dark conspiratorial event <hes> and he's being hounded <hes> by the seth rich hoard <hes> the other guy you mentioned mark mueller euler was a neighbor who just happened to have heard the gunshots and gone out to <hes> see seth riches what had happened and he sees seth riches body <hes> ah lying there <hes> and <hes> being while he's being treated by the emergency workers <hes> he becomes a target and they start going went after him. He's compared to jeffrey dahmer at one point because apparently because he's from milwaukee and the suggestion is that <hes> mark mueller might have had something something to do with seth rich's death. How did all of these conspiracy theories affect the people who had to investigate the crimes awesome and did they end up having to interview these people and rundown these things that is an important point here because <hes> the police and deborah signs the prosecutor said no matter how nonsensical these conspiracy theories were they had to be thoroughly investigated it was as a diversion of resources and time that they had to put into this because deborah signs knew that if they ever can catch watch the killers of seth rich the first thing the defense lawyers are going to do is say well. What about the russians. What about these claims claims about <hes> seth rich providing <hes> emails to wikileaks. Have you looked into that so deborah science to do that. That's what conspiracy let's see theories due to legitimate law enforcement <hes> and they've become not just a distraction but a real danger you know it struck me as i listened to this. There are a lot of cases as this particular conspiracy theory was stoked where people are saying things that are just clearly factually inaccurate like <hes> it might have been rogers. I think it was roger stone. Who said it's a fact seth rich headed the i._t. Division in the democratic national committee when in fact he didn't even work there. <hes> somebody else says you know it's it's a fact that wikileaks money was funneled into seth riches surviving brothers bank account again not true who do libel and defamation laws offer a possibility of holding these folks to account the seth rich case has produced quite quite a few lawsuits that are still ongoing <hes> the rich family is suing fox news and we got the audio of the oral arguments arguments before the u._s. court of appeals <hes> about the <hes> claims of the rich family against fox news and it's quite an interesting <hes> discussion because fox news is saying they are lawyers are saying yes. We may have retracted the story but this is still covered by the first amendment. I i thought this was first. Amendment protected journalism exploring an issue of public concern and <hes> you know the rich family are so you know is countering that <hes> this was a completely discredited story that caused <hes> joel and mary rich a great deal of pain and an emotional distress and anguish will see how the court of appeals rules the district court had ruled in favor of fox news and dismissed the case ace the cases now under appeal. We're waiting to hear how the court of appeals rules but i think that how they do <hes> will be an important <hes> a milestone for how what recourse people have win clear fabrications clear distortions <hes> get circulated orchestrated on the internet in the way it was with seth rich america's not new to conspiracy theories all the assassination in the sixties had conspiracy theories stories that have lingered and flourished is what's happening now different in some meaningful way <hes> yes in in some important respects and that's were in the world of social media where <hes> sort of crackpot theories get more traction then end they've ever had before because you know there's a receptive audience out there in the dark corners of the internet in the world of social social media where <hes> these sort of you know wild claims can be put out there get circulated tweeted re tweeted re. He posted <hes> and have a real impact. <hes> you know to some in many respects i mean this is is sort of a case study of disinformation in the modern social media world. <hes> made all the more sinister. I should say by role of a foreign intelligence service the russians in promoting this planting these conspiracy theories fueling ruling them <hes> on social media but then they play right into what certain people on the american the american political spectrum want to hear <hes> people who are looking to support the president and discredit the russian narrative so you had a a confluence of of <hes> of a perfect storm in a way to propel the seth rich story <hes> in a way that <hes> nobody could have ever anticipated -tated <hes>. It's and you know. I should add that the f._b._i. Now realizes that these kind of fringe conspiracy theories because because of social media <hes> are getting a lot of traction and have officially sort of concluded. This is a law enforcement threat a potential terrorist this threat because people are motivated to act when they hear these things. Is the seth rich conspiracy obsession pretty pretty much over with or is this still develop well. Well one would hope it's it's over with but i i've noticed that since we released at least <hes> <hes> conspiracy land <hes> the perpetrators are still out there <hes> pushing the idea fanning the flames <hes> <hes> <hes> tweeting and posting <hes> various versions of the conspiracy theory <hes>. There's lots of litigation. That's ongoing related to this but i think the real importance at the end of the day about this is sort of how disinformation works in the modern world and how these kind of phony stories can circulate and get so much traction. I think that's something we all all need to be concerned about because the you know this is a case of fake news. This is a case of disinformation disinformation that it you know it in an to an important degree was being pushed by a foreign government but also by many actors in the united states will michael isikoff this occur. Thanks so much for speaking with us. Thank you michael. Isikoff is chief investigative correspondent for yahoo news..
"mark mueller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Time five oh three eight it's Thursday the eighth day of August good afternoon thanks as always for joining us I'm Lisa fielding bandit Keith Johnson fair in eighty five degrees over here the winds gusting to twenty six miles an hour late fretted seventy seven tonight clear conditions in the fifties in the suburbs mid sixties downtown tomorrow sunny with a high of eighty two our top local story on his radio WBBM is new information today about a developing story the arrest in Texas of a magical police call a person of interest in last month's flashing a woman near the DePaul University campus in Lincoln Park WBBM Jim good is just got off the phone with the US marshals service he's live in the news line with late details and Lisa Chicago police identify that man is Adam Bromwell and say he was arrested on two felony warrants by federal marshals in Texas deputy U. S. marshal Alfredo Perez describes how they tracked and arrested Bromwell we noticed that his name was on a bus manifest basically traveling from Houston to Dallas Norse found out what bus he was on Chicago police call Bramwell a person of interest in the slashing of the woman's face and neck beard of Paul's Lincoln Park campus on July eighteenth investigators say the attacker also beat the woman stole her wallet and attempted to sexually assault her about faces extradition proceedings in Texas before his return to Chicago reporting live Jim ministers radio one of five point nine FM political leaders in Illinois seem to be cool to the idea that president trump is weighing whether to commute the fourteen year prison sentence of convicted former governor of the garbage and some of the most forty criticism is coming from the former federal prosecutor who's now Chicago's chief executive bear like but since we don't really know why president trump makes his decisions on pardons and commutations but she says the president has shown little regard for the rule of law asked if she things will go a which is fourteen year jail term was excessive the mayor a former federal prosecutor pointed out the extent of his crimes and I'm not sure that I've ever heard of any contrition on his part so it's not for me to say is a sense too long or not he's got very able counsel they'll make that argument at the appropriate time but I would like for the president not to be rolling on these very important decisions on a whim she did say she thought it was cruel of the president to in her words dangle the possibility of a commutation in front of the blue boy average family at city hall Craig delamar newsradio one of five point nine FM retired Chicago priest has been asked to step aside for ministry pending the outcome of an investigation into an allegation of sexual abuse of a minor back in nineteen seventy four the archdiocese says father George Flamand served as pastor of holy angels parish clients retired from active ministry in two thousand six hop understates is dedicated a roadside memorial to a fallen officer in what would have been his fiftieth birthday officer Dave Dorman loved his family his job his motorcycles and tattoos says Hoffman estates police sergeant mark Mueller of friend day everybody says he enjoyed just living life yet such a vibrant personality as that so many different people's lives the memorial is on route fifty nine just north of Hagen this road in south Barrington where Dahlman was riding his Harley when he was in a crash with a van our public works department actually build a really nice cross with his name and not some information on it originally or place one side of the road and some people complain to the department of transportation so they had to remove it but this is actually moved already got our side right now which is I'm village property dolman served in the marines and had been on the Hoffman estates police force for twenty three years Mike Krauser newsradio one of five point nine FM traffic and weather coming up along with a new ticket experience for bears fans this year we'll tell you about it coming up WBBM news time five oh seven radio dot com welcome walk off the earth to the Budweiser concert Saturday September seventh two Gallagher way right next to Wrigley Field tickets to see these.
"mark mueller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Barrington the place where officer Dave Dorman was killed while off duty in June he was riding his Harley and was involved in a crash with the van Hoffman estates police sergeant mark Mueller says he left a big hole in the department your day was a very dedicated see I'm the man he loved his family loved his work very passionate at work and stuff like that everybody here you drive life he joined his motorcycles enjoyed that too he enjoyed just living life they would have been his fiftieth birthday Dave Dorman served in the marine corps he was on the Hoffman estates police force for twenty three years Mike Krauser newsradio one of five point nine FM distributors and Pennsylvania have examined the body of an unidentified man found frozen in a cave more than forty years ago it's part of an investigation into two missing person cases one of them here in Illinois state police said a man's body was discovered in nineteen seventy seven by two hikers in a cave according to investigators the man's teeth may match dental records of missing men in Florida and Illinois Juliet says it's time to get public input about escalating violence in the sigil yet me your Bob Odenkirk tells the Herald news he believes discussion with the public is the best way to handle any issue so he scheduling a town meeting next week to talk about all the complaints he's getting on rising violence no specific date yet the read what neighborhood seems to be a hot spot with more people saying they were free to go outdoors Felicia Middlebrooks newsradio one oh five point nine FM under the Chicago area students going back home with free school supply kits today thanks to back to school Illinois CEO Matthew Kurtzman says and although distribute eleven thousand kids to underserved students chosen based on need in cooperation with the park district the why and the boys and girls clubs of Chicago so we have four different kids they go from pre K. all the way up to senior high school on each of the kids contain thirty of that sort of core basic supplies for a semi trucks dropped off boxes at the Broadway armory this is the fourteenth year of the school supplies give away.
"mark mueller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"New six episode podcast called conspiracy land it explores conspiracy theories surrounding the twenty sixteen murder on a Washington DC street of the Democratic National Committee staffer name Seth rich the re suggesting it was Seth rich and not Russian hackers that leaked D. N. C. emails to wikileaks that undermine Hillary Clinton's campaign and the south which is murder was a professional hit in some way related to the emails one of the things that the podcast focuses on apart from the way theories like this pollute the political discourse is the number of innocent people who get dragged into this stuff obviously Seth rich's family front primary among them but the bartender at the bar where Seth rich had had had drinks and was well known gets tagged a neighbor who heard the shots and came out that night both of them end up getting slimed on the internet right right I mean this is a classic case of how internet bullies work and also gives you real insight into that sort of conspiratorial mindset that bartender he actually was the manager of lose city bar which was Seth rich's favorite hang out and where he was that night of his death it guy by the name of Joe Capone he was a friend of staff viewed him it has you know one of his favorite customers a few days before Selfridges deaf Joe Capone takes his daughter and a visiting friend from Canada on a tour of the White House it's a public tour of the White House at mac couch and the internet horde discover this apparently from White House visitor logs and days say aha you see why is Joe Capone going to the White House just a few days before Seth rich's death he must have been consulting with somebody aides to Hillary Clinton and this somehow had something to do with Seth rich's death and suddenly Joe Capone sees pictures of his family being put on the internet claims about his public tour the White House being made into a a dark conspiratorial event and he's being hounded by the south ridge toward the other guy you mentioned mark Mueller was a neighbor who just happened to have heard the gunshots and gone out to cease F. Richards at what had happened and he sees suffrages body lying there and being while he's being treated by the emergency workers he becomes a target and they start going after him he's compared to Jeff free Dahmer at one point because apparently because he's from Milwaukee and the suggestion is that mark mule or might have had something to do with Seth rich's death how did all these conspiracy theories affect the people who have had to investigate the crime committed they end up having to interview these people and run down these things here that is an important point here because the police and Dever signs the prosecutor said no matter how nonsensical these conspiracy theories were they had to be thoroughly investigated it was a diversion of resources and time that they have to put into this because Dever signs new that if they ever can catch the killers of Seth rage the first thing the defense lawyers are going to do is say well what about the Russians what about these claims about of suffrage providing emails to wikileaks have you looked into that so Deborah signs are to do that hi vats would conspiracy theories due to legitimate law enforcement and they've become not just a distraction but a real danger you know it struck me as I listen to this that there are a lot of cases as this particular conspiracy theory was stoked where people are saying things that are just clearly factually inaccurate like that that might in Rogers I think was Roger stone who said it's a fact that Seth rich headed the I. T. division in the Democratic National concomitant when in fact he didn't work there somebody else says you know it's it's a fact that wikileaks money was funneled into Seth riches surviving brothers bank account again not true do live one defamation laws offer a possibility of holding these folks to account the suffrage case has produced a quite a few lawsuits that are still on going the rich family is suing fox news and we got the audio of the oral arguments before the U. S. court of appeals about the claims of the rich family against fox news and it's quite an interesting discussion because fox news and saying their lawyers are saying yes we may have retracted the story but this is still covered by the first amendment it that did this was first amendment protected journalism exploring an issue of public concern and you know the rich family are yeah is countering that it this was a completely discredited story that because joellen marry rich a great deal of pain and emotional distress and anguish we'll see how the court of appeals rules the District Court had ruled in favor of fox news and it dismissed the case the case is now under appeal and we're waiting to hear how the court of appeals rules but I think that how they do will you know be an important milestone for how what recourse people have women clear fabrications clear distortions gets circulated on the internet in the way it was with Seth rich is not new to conspiracy theories and all the assassination in the sixties had conspiracy theories that have lingered and flourished is what's happening now different in some meaningful way I'm yes in in some important respects and that's where in the world of social media where sort of crackpot theories get more traction than they've ever had before because you know there's a receptive audience out there in the dark corners of the internet in the world of social media where these sort of in a wild claims can be put out there get circulated tweeted re tweeted re posted and have a real impact on you know to some in many respects I mean this is sort of a case study of disinformation yeah in the modern social media world made all the more sinister I should say by the role of a foreign intelligence service the Russians in promoting this planting these conspiracy theories fueling them on social media but then they play right in to what certain people on the American the American political spectrum want to hear people who are looking to support the president and discredit the Russian narrative so you had a a confluence of a of a perfect storm in a way to propel the Seth rich story in a way that nobody could have ever anticipated it's and you know I should add that the FBI now realizes that these kind of French conspiracy theories because of social media are getting a lot of traction and have officially sort of concluded this is a law enforcement thread a potential terrorist threat because people are motivated to act when they hear these things it is the south rich conspiracy obsession pretty much over with the war is is this still develop well well one would hope it's it's over with but yeah I've noticed that since we released conspiracy land the perpetrators are still out there pushing the idea fanning the flames tweeting and posting various versions of the conspiracy theory there's lots of litigation that's on going related to this but I think the real importance at the end of the day about this is sort of how disinformation works in the modern world and how these kind of phony stories can circulate and get so much traction I think that's something we all need to be concerned about because the you know this is a case of fake news this is a case of disinformation disinformation that you know it in two important degree was being pushed by a foreign government but also by many actors in the United States well Michael is a car thanks so much for speaking with us thank you Michael is a.
"mark mueller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Sentence seven years that's more than enough that for his sake for his family he should that that should be more than enough the president says bill go a **** was convicted for doing what most politicians do bragging on the phone on the northwest side Bernie to avoid newsradio one of five point nine FM a roadside memorial to a fall in suburban officer has been dedicated on what would have been his fiftieth birthday the story from W. B. B. miss my Krauser officer Dave Gilman loved his family his job his motorcycles and tattoos says Hoffman estates police sergeant mark Mueller a friend to everybody he says he enjoys living life yet such a vibrant personality as that so many different people's lives the memorial is on route fifty nine just north of Higgins road in south Barrington where Dahlman was riding his Harley when he was in a crash with a van our public works department actually build a really nice cross with his name and some information on it originally orders placed on one side of the road and some people complain to the department of transportation so they had to remove it but this is actually moved already got our side right now which is not village property dolman served in the marines and had been on the Hoffman estates police force for twenty three years Mike Krauser newsradio one of five point nine FM police in west suburban Aurora save juvenile is been charged in connection with a deadly shooting yesterday afternoon police were called to a home in the five hundred block of selfless sell for reports of a person shot around two fifteen when officers arrived they found twenty three year old Jeanette Luna suffering from a gunshot wound she was then pronounced dead on the scene according to police investigation and canvassing of the neighborhood revealed that a young man fired the shot and then ran from the home he was taken into custody several hours later the juvenile whose age and relationship to Lou that have not been released is charged with involuntary manslaughter and unlawful use of a weapon everyday news radio one oh five point nine FM student at Indiana University in Bloomington will move into their dorms in just a little over a week with thousands won't be in the buildings that they originally planned occupy that's because the school is still renovating several dorms and working to remedy a mold operate that happened last year the work includes new room designs and common spaces H. back systems piping and air ducts as well as more modern amenities mayor Lightfoot is nominated the man in charge of planning and development for Detroit think that position here in Chicago as the head of planning and development for Detroit Marie's **** said his focus was on the equitable redevelopment of that city's neighborhoods as he worked to revitalize the struggling city in her statement announcing Cox's nomination of Chicago's commissioner of planning and development mayor Lightfoot said that experience makes **** uniquely qualified to oversee Chicago's development so to address is the fundamental needs of every neighborhood Eleanor Gorski has served as acting planning and development commissioner since mayor like foot took office and.
"mark mueller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Time eleven oh three it's Thursday August eighth twenty nineteen good morning I'm rob hired eighty four degrees in Chicago under fair skies going up to eighty six today and everyone of the bears game tonight the preseason opener against the Panthers Soldier Field kick off it aperture seventy eight degrees the details coming up in the accu weather five day forecast our top local story on news radio WBBM office states police and fire departments dedicated a roadside memorial this morning to an officer who recently died the story from W. B. M.'s my Krauser the memorial is on the side of route fifty nine just north of Higgins road in south Barrington the place where officer Dave Dorman was killed while off duty in June he was riding his Harley and was involved in a crash with the van Hoffman estates police sergeant mark Mueller says he left a big hole in the department your day was a very dedicated family man he loved his family loved his work very passionate about work stuff like the everybody here you drive life he joined his motorcycles enjoyed that too we enjoyed just living life they would have been his fiftieth birthday Dave Dorman served in the marine corps he was on the Hoffman estates police force for twenty three years Mike Krauser newsradio one of five point nine FM charges are now being filed in the shooting death of a twenty three year old woman in Aurora yesterday police responded to the five hundred block of south of cell where they found genet lunette dead in her home investigators say they discovered a juvenile and ran from the home after the shooting he was taken into custody at another Aurora home last night and charged with involuntary manslaughter unlawful use of a weapon with no identification card cook county's top public defender is calling for the immediate shutdown Avenue Chicago police department website the police department because the website the gun offender dashboard it's an attempt by police to highlight people charged with gun violations and show how quickly they're back on the street the cook county public defender Amy Campanelli calls it an example of police using a list of people who are presumed innocent as a red herring to distract from the real issue that being the police failure to arrest people who are responsible for actual shootings Campanelli says got offender can mean many things including just being in a car were gone is found Bernie to avoid newsradio one of five point nine FM three people are facing charges in connection with the alleged armed robbery of a thirteen year old in Lake Forest only say the boy had a knife hold on him during a drug transaction between juveniles from Evanston and Lake Forest after getting a description of the offenders Highland Park police were able to find them during a traffic stop and arrest them authorities say property belonging to the victim was found in the car as well as the knife allegedly used by one of the three taken into custody Merriam soap news radio one of five point nine FM the McEnery township board is scheduled a meeting tonight to reconsider its decision to eliminate the senior and disabled bus service program the northwest Herald reports the move comes after the state attorney general's office opened an investigation into whether the move violated the Americans with disabilities act Illinois humans rights act or other regulations at least one complaint was filed against the move saying it was not only discriminatory but life threatening for many people the Winnetka village council is ending plans for a more than one hundred million dollar mixed use development in the downtown area council members say the unanimous decision on the one with that Cup project was nothing personal against the developer but simply a business decision developer David Trendle says he was a bit shocked and surprised at the decision because the project was approved last fall after a lengthy process WBM news time eleven oh.
"mark mueller" Discussed on Conspiracyland
"News is currently c._n._n. Contributor and is our our former colleague and yahoo in these special episodes we will tell the story behind the story of conspiracy land explore the larger themes this tangled and tragic case raises and here from mike what it was like a report on the seth rich murder as he plumbed the depths of the dark netherworld of american political conspiracies each bonus podcast will be available title with the episode corresponds to today. We're discussing episodes six collateral damage welcome back guys to our final bonus episode of conspiracy land and mike in episode six you explore the kind of political purpose of conspiracy theories but of course political purpose that still has devastating human consequences yeah absolutely look we start out with a guy who you kind of wanted to get into in this jerome corsi <hes> call him the dean of twenty-first-century first century conspiracy theorists. He's the guy that gave rise to birtherism. He's the guy who pumped it. Wrote a book about it. Where's the birth certificate advocate and you know we interviewed for this and one thing which i don't think was publicly known before his he was in touch with donald trump all during in this period two thousand eleven trump was calling him up for information leading ammunition that he could use to pump the completely -pletely baseless conspiracy theory that barack obama was born in kenya and his birth certificate was a fraud and in showing that he was born in hawaii. I didn't know that coursey and trump were in communication at the time we have that delicious clip from sam number her who we interviewed from skulduggery a regular podcast number was an affiliate in crony of roger stone was an adviser visor trump all during that period and talks about how i trafficked and birtherism i promoted birtherism knowing it was a fraud and you know his very response when i said are you proud of that. His response was is donald trump president. You gotta say at least <hes> they laid bare and come out and say political ploy. If you're looking for evidence that conspiracy theories survey purpose survey political purpose you know you can't get better evidence than that but look how high up that went. I mean you had president obama. I actually have to present his birth certificate. Yeah it was. I mean trump was out there going on every t._v. Show giving you know fuel to to this whole nonsense of birtherism and it distracted the white house. Obama has to send his white house counsel bob bauer out to hawaii to retrieve retrieve the original long form birth certificate and if <hes> mike back to the russia and the seth rich conspiracy theory at one of the things that you do brilliantly is point out the connection between the firing of james comey which turn the russia story you know into a huge scandal handle yeah and the supercharging these conspiracy theories exactly and that is exhibited be exhibit a was birtherism exhibit b. of how oh conspiracy theories are used are weaponized for political purposes there it is when does the seth rich story reach its zenith just at the moment that komi is being fired and muller's being appointed to do an investigation into russian meddling in the election and ties to donald trump so it is no surprise that one jerome corsi birther her extraordinaire pops up fanning the seth rich story very as well and we use this podcast of roger stone on info wars talking to jerome corsi and they're nonsensical theories about <hes> seth rich being the source of d._n._c. emails to wikileaks and what's so frustrating as a listener is the question of accountability accountability right when when people upend lives and families are shattered over what many knew going into it was a fabricated aided story or embellish story because it fit their certain narrative you talk about in this episode the legal consequences right because there were lawsuits filed wild on behalf of the rich family against fox news talk about where that lead because they weren't all victories for the rich family either. No i mean <hes> <hes> these lawsuits are still going on but just to sort of trace these as they evolve. We've talked about the rich family but in this episode we talk about aaron rich the brother who becomes the target of these conspiracy theories because aaron rich had custody of his his late brother's property. He had the laptop he had custody over his financial affairs and of course to the conspiracy theorists aaron must be covering something up. Aaron is concealing information and we talked to one of the earlier episodes about how jack berkman this was in episode three he was demanding that the dc police turn over to him a private citizen the ballistics report and other sensitive evidence from the actual seth rich investigation in in this case when we get to erin rich matt couch a guy who plays a prominent role in this episode internet conspiracy entrepreneur for in the ozark mountains of arkansas is demanding that aaron turnover to him. You know hey internet crank stir in arkansas the laptop the financial records to disprove the conspiracy theory and of course aaron riches. Why would he turn over anything to the likes of somebody like mad couch but when he refuses to do so <hes> ha you see there's a cover a cover up he's covering up and therefore and therefore therefore he's complicit in his brother's murder. He's obstructing the investigation into his brother's murder and just like like his mother. You see the torment and pain that aaron is going through an enduring given that his brother is now gone his best man at his wedding and he's now having to justify to people who he doesn't know he doesn't have to justify to what happened and he thinks that he can clear it all up just by sending a letter right right and he he writes this letter pleading with matt couch to cease and desist stop tormenting his family. Stop besmirching the name of his brother and what is mad couch do mocks aaron rich. He reads the letter <music> in this contemptuous mocking way and then puts it on periscope on twitter for all to read for all to comment on. It's it's really sickening when when you listen to the way these people like mad cash say over and over were again you show the cruelty i can't. There's no other word for it. The cruelty of these people toward the riches and coming back to ed metavsky the striking thing in is ed metavsky paints himself as a victim and the relationship with the riches. They're causing me is comfort and you confronted him on them. Yeah i mean look. What can you say but you know there is that i mean this was actually at the end of episode. Five where joel rich is is saying that ed petoskey was after all the after all the whole fox news fiasco and the story retracted and all that which ed petoskey at a played a big role in engineering that completely bogus story that fox took down he was still reaching out to the rich family and <hes> complaining that he was abused here and you know what i say to joel rich of so stunning to hear is you who lost a son. Your son was murdered and catalyses complaining that he he's the he's the party here and the manipulation used that you talk about an earlier episode as s two how petoskey was able to come in contact with the rich family going through jewish circles family was jewish women and a and there's a mutual friend right so that connection is wherein lies their first interaction and where mary says has this guy seems credible. He seemed credible to them and you know what did they know. They're grieving parents who just want to be left alone and they want their son's killers to be caught. They want somebody to pay for taking the life of their son and here are all these huckster. There's coming around offering to help them do that. When they clearly have a political agenda and aaron not only is going through this battle with couch but now you have the prosecutor signs now having to and she says to you how frustrating and heartbreaking it was for her to now have have to bring up these allegations bro with aaron whom she needs to she has to question now and and rich in the grand jury. I mean you know because does she wants. It nailed down because again. I think we talked about this earlier episode. She asked to be prepared to when they finally do. You know fingers. Angers crossed for them. Find the people who really did this murder. She has to be able to disprove all these nonsense theories that have cropped up up about the case. I should also point out you know in terms of the collateral damage. It's not just the rich family you have friends of. Seth rich who who have been targeted by the owner of the bar manager who takes is <hes> family for a white house tore his immediately accused of <hes> consorting sorting and conspiring about <hes> seth rich you have the neighbor who's been targeted by the internet boys at the move out of his house at one point i mean who come from airbnb because he was worried that somewhere that people would be going after anybody in his or that they would infiltrate would get inside his house and get access to documents they would show something. God knows what because mark mueller the neighbor he didn't. They were really know seth rich. You just happen to be the first guy on the scene lived across the street from where the murder took place the gunshots. He rushed out and saw seth breath rich. You know laying on the on the pavement in the road. So where does the investigation stand now well. It has been transferred to a new detective in the major. Did your case slash cold case squad so you know you hear that and you think cold case the riches who've talked to the new detective detective and there's a new prosecutor say that no you know the still an active investigation that the prosecutor and the detective talk about it every day. I think they're going back to that. Those housing projects in the neighborhood where there was drug activity where they suspected the <hes> armed robberies that was the source of the armed robberies that were going on in the neighborhood in the weeks before his death so the you know the richest haven't given up the cops have given up and ever signs hasn't given us with a little bit of a hopeful note at the end of the day despite this kind of culture sure of this anti snitch culture in washington d._c. That people will talk that people will talk you know on the one hand you could say. The longer time goes on the harder. It is is to solve on the other hand. She makes the point that the longer time goes on the looser people get in their own conversations. They got away. Okay with it and somebody out. There knows something and we can only hope that whoever does will report to the police and you know this long nightmare for the rich family will be over. I just quickly to come back to something that the ana raised a minute ended ago which is the legal question which is related to this question of accountability because you would think that the rich family would be able to bring a successful defamation suit but the law law has not really caught up with this kind of conduct no no and it's very complicated in the case of the rich of the parents joel and mary they sued fox they sued petoskey and their lawsuit was initially rejected by a federal judge on the grounds that in part that it was is there sun their deceased son who was defamed not them personally so you know the judge said there's no precedent and for them to bring this lawsuit but clearly and we have that excerpt from the u._s. court of appeals argument which was really interesting to listen to where at least one of the circuit appellate court judges was challenging that conclusion and seemed to be open.
"mark mueller" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Back in southern California. I'm Jim Rome. Now, this never we can get somebody in studio. We'll do exactly that we are joined right now by outfielder for the LA angels. He is having a big season hitting three twenty one. He's got four home runs. Eleven runs batted in on the season. He is top ten in the American League in batting average and opium. He was a first round pick by Washington back in twenty eleven the angels are right there. The four games out of first in the AL west. There are at home tonight against Toronto. Brian Goodwin is my guest, and he is in studio, Brian, man. Good to see how are you doing wonderful? Thanks for having. It's really good to have you. Listen, you got a great back story before get into. But about that. So Cal lifestyle living out here in working out here as beautiful as beautiful it's not much. Not the like, really, the weather's great. The atmosphere is wonderful Yovel showing little hospitality. Man. You got beaches are everywhere shopping everywhere came Beatty, man, you know, it's at knows what's up, and it also helps team is playing. Well, see Toronto last night. You've now one five year last six team got kind of off to a slow start playing. Really? Well, right now, you've got a chance to finish that sweep this evening. What's the vibe like around the club? And the fact you guys keep finding ways to win would just that's just it. Everybody is just what we know. We can win. We know we will win and everybody's just super confident. I guess I don't know. I'm just getting here. So I'm brand new, but divide is like we we go on every game thing, and we're gonna win and everybody goes out and they play they play their tails off in. Everybody's got each other's back. When you have people doing and going all out for other as a good situation. Let's think about chemistry right people. Like to talk about Minnesota rated doesn't mean anything. It seems to be the guys who think the chemistry doesn't matter play on teams. Whether it's no chemistry guys pick me up. There's a real thing. This base is huge is Hughes. Now as part of finding ways window Brian Goodwin in studio you came up in the bottom of the eighth with a score tied at three on Tuesday night. What was your approach going into that bat? Against a guy like that. They had just have to know how they're going to attack. You thank you gotta you gotta have a plan before you before you even go to play. So and I got a good idea what they were trying to do to the whole gay. So by the time, I got my last be I kind of knew what to look for. And what I was looking forward what they were going to do with the God that they had on the mound, and they just happened to do it right about a book and write a column. See you what he say when you know, it's coming you can catch one. And you've got a hold of it. You went to deep right center for the go ahead run four three for the win. What was that moment? Like for you. As big as big because like, you say we we've been writing some games and we've been one hit away or Iran away from from. When somebody's games that we we're always an, and, you know, just get that big hit and take the lead and going into the night. No, one will pay a solid and they come in and. We got the white horse coming in closing it down. And yes, once we go about one that late in the game. You know, you kind of kind of feels good knowing you might have out in a bag Brian Goodwin. Joining me in studio we're talking angel baseball which I'm always happy to do. Now, you go back to last year when you were traded from Washington to Kansas City and July. Listen, you know, it's business you understand this. But what's it like when you find out you've been traded by the organization that drafted you and brought you up. It was it was kind of bittersweet is kind of bittersweet essay essay, it was it was better, obviously. Because of the backstory got drafted by those guy that was the first people that actually gave me a chance of fill like draft from from baby. If he saw the pictures, I don't know posted a scramble. She saw the pictures. I was baby-faced and. Freshly shaved and you know, I was I was just getting star. I didn't know what I was getting myself into. But also, I wasn't the greatest situation that we had a lot of talent very talented team. And it wasn't much opportunity for plants. So. I saw that Kansas City. So that that would be the sweets out of it that I was looking at an opportunity gets more plans out that's face thing. Right. You go to Kansas City, and you get off to a good start your first five games you go eight for seventeen seventeen you're dialed in you see in the ball. Well, but then you suffer a groin injury. And you get on the injured list. How frustrating was that time so fresh right super frustrating. Yeah. You know, it was kinda punching a good like you say you get off to a good start us which wanna do and get to a new team. And you know, you you see an opportunity for more plants. I'm like like I was getting at the time and planning against righties lefties everybody in doing pretty well. So so kinda put them momentum ahead going on hold. You know, kind of hurt a little bit Brian Goodwin studio. So what you do that in the off season. It seems like you took conditioning in the off season to a new level. Is that true? And if so what was the thinking why was that? Oh, that's super true. And that's a lot of things goes to the Kansas City of staff today have the medical staff to have over there. But a lot of a lot of the issues we were looking at were or in consistently happening over and over. So we had to find you know, what it was that was going on and what we needed to change. And I think we addressed it. And you know, once once we finally. Put a name to it. And saw exactly what it was. I just had to, you know, put in time to clean it up and make everything right? You doing the work in Raleigh? And you come back to the point where you have single digit body fat. So what kind of work has were you doing, and then has to see those results man doing all kinds of stuff like what a work outward TEZ, man. We're just running. We were running today. So I was in the gym about eight o'clock in the morning, and we will work out. My man will Parker he'll work me out for about an hour and a half, and he ate do everything. He could to to push me to want to throw up by the time, I left there. But after after that, we will get some good work in and then I would drive up to Dharam, and I have my guy. Mark Mark Mueller up at Duke, and he was a must be so I will leave straight from weightlift. And I go to Duke and hit the track for about an hour out a half every day. And we just we just ran it for the whole off season. Some putting all this time in. I'm wondering was there a moment? Was there some kind of like soul-searching that went on for instance, your former first round pick. But you kind of dinged up in the injuries are accumulating the kinda hit you one day. We're like something's got changed. If it's going to change I have to change myself. Oh, absolutely absolutely thing. I think when it really hit. Hit me was in Kansas City. The first time I got there. And you know, they're they're looking over and looking down in the strength coaches saying you've got command for you for you, wait, and you your body fads stuff like that. And the whole town just dreading it this last thing, I want to do, you know? Clothes fit that good and shares the kind of stress out so. Feel good about you. Right. Yeah. It was. Life every day every day. Komo so cow yell out here with no shot, man. Living in son. No, not me, man. I'm not taking off to get some working. But but you get through that. Right. And you know, that you got to put the time, and you get the work in at any point that you ever lose any kind of identity as to who you ball player. I think so I thank so thank. In DC kind of towards the end. Like, I said, it kinda got to the point where you know. Like what what am I doing here? What what am I supposed to be doing? What do I need to do? Because I know that I've been playing up to this long. And this isn't me. So some gotta change. Do you play you come here? And so when things are going great right now when you get to the angels. Whoa. Hydro pro-choice that did you wanna prove the royals wrong? Or did you wanna prove the angels, right? Amata had a little chip on my shoulder. From the royals, but I wouldn't say I put enough energy into the Royal is to be able to say that. It was about them. I think it was more. So to second the second part of the question that it was more, right? Brian goodwin. Joining me in studio after tonight's game you've got tomorrow off. And then you play the Astros in Monterrey Mexico on Saturday and Sunday. But he's looking forward to the experience. And how do you procure road trip like that? Oh, absolutely. I've been to Mexico one time play one of all Mexico. I had a wonderful time. Great. Great people owed a great fan base lovely over there. Also, especially it'd be real nice this time of year. But yeah, I'm definitely looking forward to getting over there and getting into to the lifestyle and living it up for a couple of days. Yeah. That'd be fun time. Gotta ask you about Mike trout trout. Obviously, you get asked about him a lot because he's just such different dude. I mean, mom man is so goodness community. He is so good with the kids. And you know that nobody could swing quite like this guy. What's it like to see my day-to-day basis? The way he approaches his work. This fun is fun. Gives you that it gives you that plan the game like a kid feel again. Just you can you can feel the energy that he brings to the park every day. And he's just he's just excited to be there. He's cited beat air and people that are happy like that are genuinely fun to be around. And he says he's a great guy to be around and spend time with pick his brain. And obviously you can learn from. So is just a great guy. I like being around him and Albert like a ton. Like, what do you talk to pools? That's guys been through everything seen everything that's got to sit down and pick his Bryan. What kind of conversations do you have with him active saying, he's OJ, man? You can ask you to anything because they tell you about life. He can tell you about baseball the business. He can. I mean, he's been through every every bit of it. So there's really not a question that you know, you can't ask did he tell you to go to my man havi air and sea. Hobby. Crystal cove, you are now a nine four nine guy says everybody comes in this town to play have you? Been to havi airs I have now what do you think is a live up to light? Obvious doing some right over there. See what I'm saying? The next person I send their that doesn't say that will be the first he's hitting three twenty one on the year. He has top ten in the American League in batting average PS if former first round pick of Washington but doing it with the angels. Brian glad you came in studio. Glad to have you in my house. And I appreciate the visit. Thanks so much. Yeah. Man. Thanks for having it. Yeah. Suit against soon. Glad to have you always good to get a guy is in the top ten in office of categories in the league in studio show up the way, he did that's Brian Goodwin. Angels playing good ball four games out of first. And they're at home tonight against Toronto short time out. We'll come right back. Thanks to Brian Goodwin. If you wanna talk angel baseball. This is your last chance we are toll free one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six also.
"mark mueller" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Back in southern California. I'm Jim Rome. Now, we do this. Never. We can get somebody in studio. We'll do exactly that we are joined right now by outfielder for the LA angels. He is having a big season hitting three twenty one. He's got four home runs. Eleven runs batted in on the season. He is top ten in the American League in batting average and Opie s he was a first round pick by Washington back in twenty eleven the angels are right there. The four games out of first in the AL west. They're at home tonight against Toronto. Brian Goodwin is my guest, and he is in studio, Brian, man. Good to see how are you doing wonderful? Thanks. It's really good to have you. Listen, you got a great back story. We'll get into. But about that. So Cal lifestyle living out here in working out here. Beautiful beautiful isn't that much? Not the like, really, the weather's great. The atmosphere is wonderful. A little hospitality. Man. You got beaches everywhere shopping everywhere came beat it, man. You know, it's up. Knows what's up and it also helps teams playing well see Toronto last night. You've now one five year last six team kind of off to a slow start playing. Really? Well, right now, you've got a chance to finish that sweep this evening. What's the vibe like around the club? And the fact you guys keep finding ways to win would just that's just it. Everybody is just. We know we can win. We know we will win and everybody was just super confident. I guess I don't know. I'm just getting here. So I'm brand new, but divide is like we we go on every game thing, and we're gonna win and everybody goes out and they play they play their tails off and everybody's got each other's back. When you have people doing that and going all out for other situation. Listening about chemistry right people like to talk about menace oval, rated it doesn't mean anything. It seems to be the guys who think the chemistry doesn't matter play on teams. Whether it's no chemistry guys pick me up. There's a real thing. This is huge is huge. Now as part of finding ways win though Brian Goodwin in studio you came up in the bottom of the eighth with the score tied at three on Tuesday night. What was your approach going into that about? Against a guy like that. They had. I just have to know how they're going to attack. You thank you, gotta you. Gotta have a plan before you before you even go to play. So. And I got a good idea what they were trying to do to the whole game. So by the time, I got my last be I kind of knew what to look for. And what I was looking forward what they were going to do with the God that they had on the mound. And they just so happened to do it right by a book and write a column senior, he save when you know, it's come and you can catch one. And you got a hold of it. You went to deep right center for the go ahead run four three for the win. What was that moment? Like for you. As being as big because like, you say, we we've been writing some games, and we've been one hit away or run away from from winning some of these games that we always an, and, you know, just get that big hit and take the lead and going into the night. No one I blow paying a solid and they come in. And. We we got the white horse coming in closing it down. And yes, once we go about one that late in the game. You know, you kind of kinda feels good knowing you might have out in a bag Brian Goodwin. Joining me in studio talking angel baseball, which I'm always happy to do. Now, you go back last year when you were traded from Washington to Kansas City in July. Listen, you know, it's business you understand this. But what's it like when you find out you've been traded by the organization that drafted you? Brought you up. It was it was kind of bittersweet is kind of bitter sweet essay essay it was. It was better, obviously. Because of you know, the backstory draft about a guy that was the first people that actually gave me a chance filipqo a draft from from baby. If he saw the pictures out no posted all fan, but he saw two pictures baby-faced and. Freshly shaved and you know, I was I was just getting start didn't know what I was getting myself into. But also, I wouldn't a greatest situation that we had a lot of talent very talented team. And it wasn't much opportunity for plants. So. I saw that Kansas City. So that that would be the sweet side of it that I was looking at an opportunity gets more plants out. That's face thing. Right. So you go to Kansas City, and you get a good start. I five games you go eight for seventeen seventeen you're dialed in you seen the ball. Well, but then you suffer a groin injury. And you go on the injured list. How frustrating was that time super fresh right super frustrating. Yeah. You know, it was kind of punching a good. Like, you say you get off to a good start which one do and get to a new team. And you know, you you see an opportunity for more plan time. Like like, I was getting at the time and planning righties lefties everybody in doing pretty well. So to kind of put them momentum ahead go on hold. You know, kind of hurt a little bit Brian Goodwin studio. So what you do that in the off season. It seems like you took conditioning in the off season to a new level. Is that true? And if so what was the thinking why was that? Oh, that's super true. And that's a lot of things goes to the Kansas City of staff today had medical staff to have over there. But a lot of a lot of the issues we were looking at were or costs in consistently happening over and over. So we had to find you know, what it was that was going on and what we needed to change. And I think we addressed it. And you know, once once we finally put a name to it and sell exactly what it was. I just had to, you know, put in time to clean it up and make everything right or doing the work in Raleigh. And you come back to the point where you have single digit body fat. So what kind of workout were you doing? And then it has to see those results man doing all kinds of stuff. Like what? Workouts where tens man, we were just running. We were running today. So I was in the gym about eight o'clock in the morning, and we will work out. My man wheel Parker. He'll work me out for about an hour and a half. And he do everything he could to to push me to want to throw up by the time, I left there. But after after that, we will get some good work in and then I would drive up to Dharam, and I have my mart Mark Mueller of Duke. And he was a must be. So I will leave straight from the weightlifting. And I go to Duke and hit the track for about an hour out half every day. And we just we just ran it for whole off season. Some put all this time in. I'm wondering was there a moment? Was there some kind of like soul-searching that went on? For instance. I'm your former first round pick. But you kind of dinged up in the injuries are accumulating the kinda hit you one day. We're like something's got changed. And if it's going to change I have to change the myself. Oh, absolutely absolutely thing. I think when it really hit. Me was in Kansas City. The first time I got there. And you know, they're they're looking over. And look you up and down and the strength coaches saying, you gotta command for you for you. Wait, your body fat and stuff like that. And the whole town just dreading this last thing, I wanna do, you know? Clothes fit that good and the kind of stress out so. Right. I feel good about you. Right. Yeah. It was. Life every day. Komo you sell cow yell out. Harewood would know living in no, not me, man. I'm not taking off get some working. But but you get through that. Right. And you know, that you got to put the time, and you get the work in at any point that you ever lose any kind of identity as to who you wars ball player. I think so thanks so thank kind of in DC kind of towards the end. Like, I said, it kinda got to the point where you know. It was like what what am I doing? What what am I supposed to be doing? What do I need to do? Because I know that I've been up to this long. And this isn't me. So some gotta change. Do you play you come here? And so when things are going great right now when you get to the angels. Whoa. Hydro probes that did you wanna prove the Royal is wrong. Or did you wanna prove the angels, right? Have had a little chip on my shoulder. From the Royal. But I wouldn't say I put enough energy into the Royal is to be able to say that it was about them. I think is more. So to second the second part of the question that it was more dangerous, right? Brian goodwin. Joining me in studio now after tonight's game you've got tomorrow off. And then you're playing the Astros in Monterrey Mexico on Saturday and Sunday. But you looking forward to the experience and how do you approach road trip like that? Oh, absolutely. I've been in Mexico one time play one of all Mexico. I had a wonderful time. Great. Great people owed are great fan base lovely over there. Also, especially obeyed real nice this time of year. But yeah, I'm definitely looking forward to getting over there and getting into Kim to the lifestyle living it up for a couple of days say, yeah. That'd be fun time asking about Mike trout, like Mike trout, obviously, you get asked about him a lot because he's just such a different dude. I mean Mumand is so good in this community. He is so good with the kids. And you know that nobody could swing quite like this guy. What's it like to see my day-to-day basis? The way he approaches his work. It's fun is fun. Gives you that it gives you. Plan the game like a kid feel again. You can you can feel the energy that he brings to park every day. And he's just he's just excited to be there. He's cited there and people that are happy like that are generally fun to be around. He says he's a great guy to be around and spend time with pig brain. And obviously you can learn from. So is just a great guy like a like being around him and Albert like a ton. Like, what do you talk to pools about guys been through everything seen everything? That's gotta sit down and pick his brain. What kind of conversations do you have with him active saying, he's OJ, man? You can ask you to anything because it can tell you about life. He can tell you about baseball the business. He can. I mean, he's been through every every bit of it. So there's really not a question that you know, you can't ask did he tell you to go to my man hobby air and sea. Hobby. Crystal cove, you are now a nine four nine guys. Everybody comes in this town to play have you? Been to havi airs, I have what do you think is live up to the hype? Obvious is doing some right over there. See what I'm saying? The next person I send their that doesn't say that will be the first he's hitting three twenty one on the year. He has top ten in the American League in batting average know PS if former first round pick of Washington but doing it with the angels. Brian glad you came in studio. Glad to have you in my house. And I appreciate the visit. Thanks so much. Jim. Thanks for having me it. Yeah. Suit against glad to have you always good to get a guys in the top ten in office of categories in the league in studio and show up the way, he did that's Brian Goodwin. Angels playing good ball four games out of first and they're at home tonight against Toronto short time out. We'll come right back. Thanks, Brian Goodwin. If you wanna talk angel baseball. This is your last chance we toll free one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six also.
"mark mueller" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Brian Setzer orchestra Friday at the state theatre Desa Friday at north auditorium, and so much more. But this I guess you gotta get over to this show 'cause anybody that's crazy enough to do the music of the carpenters. God bless them. They must be brilliant. It is the timeless music of the brother and sister duo that is being celebrated next week at the Chan Hessen, Amy Lee is part of the group bringing rainy days and Mondays rainy days and Mondays you know, that song. Right. But the name of the show is rainy days and Mondays the music of the carpenters, and she's bringing it to life along with Mary, Jane, arm, and others. They are both in studio with me right now also Amy is doing a holiday show at the ten Hessen in December called Christmas on the prairie. Welcome back. Mary jane. And of course, Amy is good to see you, Honey. Good to see you too. Thanks to. Okay. First of all you guys a part of that band called Boyd. What is it? Best title for ban hands down for me. I just love that title. Your husband didn't come in, Amy. He's down in Saint Louis. Visiting family. Le- left me just he left me. I didn't hear the whole. I think he's listening in. So you can just you brought somebody better girlfriend that you brought you from Mary Jane on Honey, that's a big deal. Okay. So the carpenters first of all the harmonies are not easy at all. I think it's crazy. I sit and listen to their music, and I love it. I sing it is easy to sing along with the soloist. But you start on background vocals, and you got a whole 'nother thing why the carpenters Amy, you know, what I have loved the carpenters since I was a really little girl. It's one of the first groups that I actually latched onto and I think it's because of the harmony am I like a harmony hound? And so has Mary Jane, which is one of the reasons we like to sing together so much, and it's funny that you mentioned how hard that is. Because when when Boyd and I were first talking about doing a carpenter's show. We threw it out to people and everyone was like, oh, the carpenters. That's awesome. And then about a week later. Everyone was like this stuff is really hard. Yeah. But you think you think you know, it so well because we've all been listening to it for and then when you dissect it you realize. How complicated those arrangements were. Well, who's the soprano other group? It's Kathy Mueller. Lisa Pailin, sings your palace normally the second soprano part and Mary Jane is actually filling in for Lisa this weekend. So. This is learned. To learn really, difficult, hours and hours. Yeah. Feel funny girl. Look, we'll go out later when this is all over. I'll take you out to relieve that stress because I know the executive of it all, but it's so worth it. It's completely worth it. And when it's there when it locks in it's just that magical feeling that you steals know from the time, you were toddlers very kind. Kind. Really really thing a real thing. But no, it's a beautiful. It's a beautiful show and everyone in it is just lovely just wonderful humans and in great music. So I know it's important to you. I know it's important to me. Why is it important to you Mary? Jane, the music of the carpenters. I'm just I'm thrilled to just be a part of background vocals that are this. Arranged to such. Perfection. And I have I I always tend to get these inside parts that just kinda plucking note that is really crazy out of thin air. And where do I get my note? And I I love that stuff. And of course, you know, I love the carpenters to I it was my. You know in my wheelhouse. When I was in high school too, so yeah, not so long ago that was. Here's the thing when it comes to the carpenters and how challenging their lives were both brother and sister had some challenges. Do you deal with the stories during the show deliberately no? Yeah. You're presenting the music and the music only. Yeah. And talking more about the influence that the people that influenced the carpenters are like how David and Burt Bacharach and help me talk about him all the time. Herb Alpert, these these major players that discovered the carpenters and helped launch them and how they influenced their sound. And then how the carpenters influenced so many others, right? So, but because it is a good show. We really don't talk at all about the difficulties and they they definitely had their share. So we try and leave it on a really up now. Yeah. Not go down that path. She didn't ask you have talked says, no sense. That of you not telling the stories, right, right? So people don't stay at two F E N and wait to ask questions or anything. Like, no, there's no QNA. But we always always do a meet-and-greet afterwards. Yeah. It's amazing. How many people come through and tell you, oh, I saw them live at this particular performance. And and there are people Gerald, honestly, come through the line and say this is the eighth time. I've seen the show. Wow. You know, it's. I hit. Well. I really think it's just you can't hear that music anywhere else. You know, no one else is out there really doing this kind of iconic music that everybody loves, but you don't really hear it a lot. And so the amazing thing is that it's still playing on the radio, you know, you've got generations of people now that know who the carpenters, which is you know, you can't say that about a lot of groups. And when we first started this people would bring their parents, they're like, oh, I'm going to do this for my mom for mother's day. And then those people started coming back and bringing their own friends, which was really fun. And now they come in groups, and they're the ones that are coming back over numbers are out is actually getting younger. So is this a tribute show? Mary Jane to the carpenters it is. So do you guys dress up like the to do, you know, and how many singers are involved there's four background singers? And then myself, so it's it's Wayne Kalinin and Boyd Mary Jane or Lisa who plays the part of her brother. What's his name again, Richard, Richard? We actually have Mark Mueller playing piano and then sings so so it's. Husband and wife teams cafe it is I guess. Yeah. Oh my goodness. Your husband's that evolved yet. He's not a musician. But he did just put a new roof on that beautiful, Shan. How he did. He's a. He's a keeper Honey. Oh, wow. It's remarkable when you marry a musician you both have done that. And I never did that. So what is that like working with your husband and a piece that so I kinda like the carpenters if he hears something and you disagree with that. How does that work out for you? You know, it's funny. It's we just did a bathroom remodel. And and we have the same situation there. We don't fight about that. We were amazed that we both have different ideas. We are able to talk through it and come out and go so musically. You don't argue about it. You don't disagree about it not a lot? I mean sometimes in rehearsal for two girls, and a boy it will have little differing opinions Mary Jane is looking at me like, really. But there's a lot of respect there. You know, and we come to it. He comes from the guitar site too. Really play. Crazy. I really enjoy. Yeah. And I come from a vocal jazz background. So when it comes to harmonies and picking up parts, you know, when to defer to the other person, right? Yeah. Exactly. So how did you decide on what songs to choose? Because the the song book is like wide and dates catalog is a big catalogue for the show. We were going to do the primary hits. I okay, and I've been trying to convince no obscure songs there a couple. There's a couple that you might you might not recognize but not very many lights. You know, give me one example, those good old dreams that one. How does that go though, it's the new day for those good old dreams? You don't know that one more very different, but rainy days and Mondays I think I've heard you sing that before man. Well, I I've I've done close to you. Maybe that was the one I've done that on a number of everyone has done. I know. I don't care. I could be in Timbuktu in a lounge. Yeah. And somebody is singing close to you. Right. Really tells you that your voice, I mean that your music has really impact it's impactful early. You know, think about for all we know or we've only begun. I mean such icon ick wedding songs. We know that's such a and that surprisingly was not my favorite before we start the show. And I can't wait to do that one. Just one of the most beautiful songs, you know, she never really dressed in sequin. And that sort of thing that was a now thing. No, she's a little more hippie. Yeah. And you know, when you hear that voice. I mean, it her voice was just the purest voice of an angel. Credible died. I really was stunned again just learning the background parts for this show and listening to her. There's a cool website where you can actually it isolates her vocal. So you don't hear the back and her voices flawless author. I mean, you listen to any song recording. And she's just flawless when you don't even hear the I have never met a flawless vocalist. She's pretty darn close to her. I have never heard of flawless. Also, we could also. Talking aid at right. We started talking all technology because of course, now, you know, they didn't have back there all auto tune. There was no such thing. Exactly. Right. And so you had sing yet. We actually you had to send you remember those concept. Exactly. So if there was one song that did not make it into the show that you wished it had what would that be? I've tried to convince boy to do calling occupants of interplanetary craft and he's like not a chance. I don't know that I don't need all depends of interplanetary craft. It's like a UFO song. That's cool. It's hysterical. And there's this really kitschy dialogue at the beginning. Where the radio DJ is talking to the alien and oh great. It's just hilarious. I mean who was smoking. What solely? That's the question. I would have at that time. Smoking what? But it's interesting that she would choose to do that. What year was that released? You remember that song? Yeah. It was towards the in the later part of their wanna say it was probably because you can take chances like that. And your later part of your this don't we let this is not an early early. Track. Yeah. Yeah. You can just kinda try all sorts of things. Right. So I'm really happy that you came in studio talking about this important show win first of all is it in our tickets still available. You know, actually, there's there's like eight or nine tickets. I think Friday and Saturday, it's a fun show that does usually sell out. We do it twice a year three nights in the right around thanksgiving and on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, right? Is coming up this coming weekend extent seventeen and eighteen. All right. Eight o'clock on Friday and Saturday and then a seven thirty on Sunday on Sunday. Yeah. All you have to do is go to Chan Hessen DT dot com..
"mark mueller" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"That's right this one comes from mark mueller from my home state of pennsylvania he said i really enjoy the town as a fucked up name a segment he said i thought you would like these two towns that are near where my parents and i grew up in pennsylvania dutch country they're in pennsylvania upstate pennsylvania he's and his two towns of near this one virgin ville and right next diverge builds you can imagine is blue ball appropriate they go hand in hand those two there were settled settled pennsylvania etiquette says a human leftward intercourse is right near their to undergo expense but not near virgin bill they keep those ons very cepuire like this state so huge we've run out of names and there's one guys like i got some blue ball what do you mean you're going to do it oh she has moved now god bless america we also have folks sending us in things that are inappropriate for children the inappropriate toys romaria not them knocking as i don't know if you realize this week or not how much power we have on the show last week we talked about two things during the inappropriate toy segment and both of them have been stricken from the planet real yes that's going to sway we have that's the kind of investigative journalism were doing that's right we talked about this a little kid show a cartoon called maya the be home i got this i saw this all over the news this week and is in a seen in the in the little cartoon there was some.