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"michael epstein" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
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"michael epstein" Discussed on Louder With Crowder
"My Little Mug Club daily content from louder with crowder ninety nine dollars a year. Sixty nine for students veterans and active military. I love you my subscribe now at louder with crowder DOT COM SLASH. Mug Club louder with crowder shop. Dot Com is now selling baseball team in red blue asked get yours at with Greta. Shop Dot com today I can't swim. That's called when I was three years old and I jumped off the height avenue. I forgot that arm floats on. And it's very painful because you you don't shoot up to the surface like you normally would shoot up shoulders. I very uncomfortable rough and almost drowned with one of those belts because a tip you over. It doesn't tip you back. Allen's people who have experienced this this close call with death from their floaty belt at Seaway Pool and Shave. Lambert know what it is of which I speak everyone else. Sorry Alan Dershowitz a long extended available and Michael Epstein and sexers all that stuff so next week. Some big show's coming your way as well. I think we have Rudy Giuliani in the show next Thursday. That should be. What are you saying like you? Don't WanNa be here for. Let's say what you like cynical that everything in college so he just insults things by saying something that sounds like. It's not an insult but it's meant as an insult new ones like who he must be smart prestigious like funny like Custodian Custodian. Yeah let's not so much and that's just a that's just a Noun Custodian. What do you have a problem with custodians they are the backbone of society Them and teachers so I'm going to talk about something we were just talking about. Hate hate loopholes Earlier today with the the gun and do encourage all of you look up hate loophole and I want you to read the leftist sources and how they believe it should be closed in what they believe should constitute a hate crime. Misdemeanor don't read conservative sources. Just read the case the actual cases themselves. You can find them. It's alarming and that sort of combined with that was just rewatching Silicon Valley Recently if anyone else air watch the things one of the best comedies in in the last decade so bit of a memory trigger I realized for the same reason I hate these hate. Loopholes they discussed is what I hate so much about the left in comedy today we can say entertainment and culture at large. But let's let's Kinda used comedies. A jumping off point silicon valley. There's character Russ Hanuman hilarious one of the funniest characters that I can think of. Modern Sitcom is making a joke about how his Russian mail order bride had some ideas regarding Jews. He sits unlinked she has some she has some ideas regarding Jews. Some good some bad. That was the joke now. Sitting there laughing. And it's based on his contextual. It's tough for me to repeat it right now. But it's basically a joke about anti-semitism right and obviously they have Jewish people who work on the show right. They have feel backing the show producing the show. And they're comfortable creating that kind of comedy. So the joke itself is anti-semitic ish but it's a joke about someone being blatantly anti-semitic and I think that context is really important because the reason that they're comfortable creating these Jewish producers and actors is for the same reason that people were comfortable with Don rickles making jokes about everybody regardless of race or ethnicity or gender or really. Do you think most of them didn't even make sense? Mohammed Ali is here. Look get punched in the face. He goes he goes. What what what what. What what he says. What but you don rickles but it's the same. It's for the same reason that we weren't offended by Don rickles back in the day for the same reason that friends for example especially guy friends out. They were talking about this earlier. The Penis Game Friends. Make Fun of other guys. Mom's quarterback and it's a common thing and it's because you know that people don't really mean it you know that the people in Silicon Valley are not actually anti Semitic you know that Don rickles when he's roasting. Muhammad Ali hates blacks about as much as he hates alcoholics when he's roasting Dean Martin which is to say not at all when you make fun of someone's mother for women who understand this because we say the most filthy depraved things you can say about. Someone's mother that's what guys do you mean. There are two mothers guys. You can back me up on this if your wife is listening. If you're listening the car less. Shut it off forevermore okay there are two mothers. We all know this right. There's the real another. Who's a lovely lady who have respect for and you treat politely when you see your and then there's the imaginary mother to whom you do unspeakable things on principle adjust because you. WanNa get under your friends skin. The reason that you can make those jokes and I say this deliberately is because it's a safe place because you know intent. There's nothing more fun than a guy makes a mom jokin. Someone else makes a mom joke. Cerebral Palsy. Because we're doing that. You know I don't actually want to hurt your feelings and insult your mother again. The intent behind Silicon Valley is not to spent Semitism K. It's not to do any of those things. It's just to try and interact with people and sometimes we interact with people in a way that might be offensive to some but when is it was fine back in the day and it was fine when you watch? Silicon VALLEY CERTAIN CONTEXT. People are free and open to explore. They should be the creative space. That is comedy and something. That's really important. The reason we often do this and sometimes comedy goes too far is because unlike a lot of arts I shouldn't say unlike a lot of arts but I think sometimes people give a pass to music or they give a pass to. I don't know what could be poets. I have no idea but a Lotta Times for some people think. Oh a comedian. All of a sudden means why 'cause there's no backup band there's no base. There's no drummer. It's just a guy talking into a microphone. And so you assume this must be one hundred percent true or authentic and I think. That's why comedies are lightning rod now. Why people care about politically correct culture in comedy. Tell you this. They don't get a free pass to comedy but sometimes it's just is just a similar to artists. I'm trying to think. Comedians are but any other. Art Painting doodling. Whatever the hell it is. I don't know what the tremendous means anymore. Are you addict or yourself important? You're an artist. We got it but all comedy to some degree all of it. Almost without exception comes from pain every single bit. Think about this every joke or bit that you've heard I want you to go through. This thought experiment right now and find the pain in the jokes. Louis C. K. Obviously if you go to bill Burr. Obviously these are obvious ones. If you go to Jerry Seinfeld. The pain comes from observing things in the mundane that irritate him. The same reason curb. Your enthusiasm is so funny to so many People Larry. David gets upset at the smallest things and that causes him some degree of pain. Let's go back to the most basic joke there is. What's The I joke? That almost everybody hears when their a kid or tells why. Why did the chicken cross the road? Right that's why don't you can cross the road. I don't know to get to the other side. The pain is you. The pain is to get to either side stupid. You're the idiot. It is at your expense. Comedy always comes at the expense of someone or something some idea. There's some kind of stain of. Ouch and what the left wants to do is make that impossible. We're talking about this as it relates to guns right hate loopholes and we've seen people my friend. Mike Ward and candidate loss before Human Rights Tribunal for making a joke about about make a wish kid in Canada who didn't die and he's been fined for violating human rights in making the joke about the cab not dying. That's what hate speech laws lead to. The left wants to make a night when I know speaking. Broadly there are some exceptions. Got It just. None of them are running for the Democratic presidential nomination all of them support these kinds of laws or of course every mainstream left this channel takes takes over no take young Turks now support some kind of hate speech laws. The point is they want to make a culture atmosphere where we can be creative and we can laugh again impossible when not only do they accuse everybody of racism but they also don't have any proof of racism and even the case where there are people who are very clearly very vehemently anti racist as you see on this show or as you see with other programs whether it's still you take your pick? They're always in the doghouse. Dave Chapelle was in the dog house at one point. They wanted everyone being racist. Everyone being homophobic. And they want you to believe that somehow comedy. What it's always been is a secret racist dog whistle. They want you to believe that. There's racism around every corner. Why because it removes that safety. Us giving the benefit of the doubt to most people so that we can enjoy our interactions and not be offended and the words at one point in this country. Like we're talking about with Don rickles or whoever is using it was at one point in this country. The baseline right. It was not that everyone was a racist or that everyone was a homophobic at one point. The baseline was that most people telling a joke particularly necessarily comedy club or a roast are. We're not doing it out of hate. The baseline was we presumed that these are jokes. We presumed we started off the jumping off point. These are likely generally decent people who are hateful and now that's been turned into racism around every quarter everyone is a racist or a sexist or homophobic. And now hold on a second. What if the GUY's gay? What if the GUY is black? Well okay now. You're a transphobic. Your gender fluid filled now. Your Phantom Paraplegic phobic. Just keep the list keeps getting on. Everyone needs to check their privilege in some way and by the way that guy on stage at Comedy Club is telling a joke regarding race therefore he must be in Nazi. That is the jumping off. Point now right. There's a lot more racism than you think. That's the people want you to think right now. There's racism than you think racism. There's a lot we just been ignorant to it. You need to be more aware. You guys need to stop it that got that comedian means it. That guy making a joke with his friends that guy making a joke about your mother means it. He's a rapist. No and that's what happens. We were moved the safety ironically. We talk about safe spaces. We remove the safety trying to create all of these safe spaces for people who are offended by everything. We've removed the benefit of the doubt from not only perform. I and public figures. But now you see with haight loopholes. Speech loopholes in laws that are proposed and supported by current democratic nominees. We've removed the benefit of the doubt from not only performance but everyone in our day to day lives and that's how you have leftist Liberals Progressives at the dinner table with your family who get offended and sometimes. There's a disconnect your sometimes. You're not going. I know we push buttons on the show. But how many times have you recently had an interaction where someone is offended? You know what? How is nothing offensive.
"michael epstein" Discussed on 710 WOR
"O. R. forty two one of my favorite segments of the week we do open phones Friday and boy the phones lit up like a Christmas tree Michael Epstein subjects to discuss from panned the layouts of the father of the twins to movie suggests this rant need to Michelle Obama's who the Democrats only hope yeah I'm going to take a good listener suggestion because I don't have a movie for Anthony so I'm gonna take a suggestion from a listener this one well off Anthony is next at classic movie on Twitter Tricia says The Great Escape as a patch a good one that's a good one label clean yeah let's see what Tom in Fort Lee has to say good morning Tom good morning Tom I I was going to suggest the on the waterfront with Marlon Brando that that gesture that's a good one that's definitely that's definitely you know running that's in the running I actually found out yeah okay thanks how about about Michael in east hills New York morning Michael good morning guys you know I'm getting a little tired of hearing you guys talking about how trump is unbeatable I didn't say that I think so I don't want you in the past you've said that you think that something might lose their start election were held today if the election were held today I think you'd win but I I I don't think so really know what IT on popular he's not want anybody over I'd have to do is flip three to two of the three states Pennsylvania Wisconsin over Michigan I think that definitely gonna flip Pennsylvania and judgment is done nothing to to get all the people he's got his base of thirty five to thirty seven and Steve Roberts says it all the time the Democrats may blow it themselves but that's the only way they lose well Michael which which Democrat do you think has the potential to be trump any of you think any one of them could be true Marianne Williamson the one in a live no I'm talking about the of the realistic candidates the top five yeah I'm so the top but I think Campbell house can can will deal a blow to him I saw her what would I know she was awful game last time but she'd be ready for trump I think by I know you took Wesley beach I think by now you know he only has to sacrifice the name calling game and on issues he's going to beat him all right Michael we're gonna move on because a lot of people want to call in but we thank you for the call it let's say let's go to Jimmy in Englishtown New Jersey Jimmy what's your thought what a settlement I have the complete out building up that way at all they're running scared yeah they know they have yeah that's why they're there Michelle Obama to run for the president well I don't think he's gonna run but the she says she's not gonna run don't some not so much just a tweeted means that they'll bring Ellery Clinton back to save the day that's all battle it out yeah yes I am saying that pantsuit Hey let's go to let's go to Brian's got some thoughts Brandon Nyack some thoughts on officer Pantaleo good morning to you Brian good morning guys how are you what's up our I completely take data relay owes you should be job I mean the guy did not set out that day when you reported to work to murder somebody and the fact that gore has a pre existing asthmatic condition that doesn't fall in total shoulders because all he had to do was just to make to arrest and here in this story the guy did not stop the murder anybody if you set out to serve and protect that day I agree with you on a percent Brian such wonderful sense that I was right on it thanks bye knowing finances a lot of hand I mean the the the video should not be fired for it all right we'll see Frankie in old bridge Ross to speak about that issue Hey Frank what's up good morning guys two things number one the dirty dozen and the pencil a okay thank you there was a there was an African American lieutenant who K. did the order to bring Eric garner down where is she in this whole co Gration nobody ever mentions that and also land yes wide the squad right so what I'm what we would do as you like jobs that have been the squad one yeah well I know but it what they're saying about the Palestinians and Israel do you support them in that I am not what I said that well thank you I don't have I don't the Hey how about the wrong in Franklin square who is retired NYPD so this should be a fascinating thought rob what do you think yes I he's going to get a pedal is gonna get fired but you shouldn't get fired this little thing yeah she you know is the cases seems like it's already died from what the the blood you said it didn't look up it's tragic it you know condolences to his family in India but you know what but you know everybody tries to pick pick them up with just a selling Lucy's he had thirty one prior repress only eight or nine of them from for selling cigarettes and CD's he he had been arrested for grand larceny or old stone because bright breaking into cars in his younger days he noted deal sometimes he would submit to the arrest of a regular summons at the scene would it be to a warrant check sometimes he had warrants because he didn't he didn't show up for his other hit his other appearances the pedal the merchants what we know requested that you know this this be done because he was selling fronted thanks not a not a bad I got commemorated things also rob we've got we've got to move on we do appreciate it that rob as but he's right once he got says once he shouldn't be but he things politically he will be so I that may be the final decision guys gonna lose his career for politics great right tough video to watch Michael Hey when we get back ABC entertainment contributor Larry half is going to join us in the studio we have discussed the curse of the Kennedys.
"michael epstein" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"That's right so what it kind of sounds great. That's that's usually where it goes. Who Do you think when you think of hot people with DASA's? I'm thinking lady now. You're thinking ladyboy. I'M GONNA try to steer you all right especially in the light of all this Michael Epstein stuff. Oh tough luck for that guy in anybody hanging out with that guy is not good so there's two that I think of from the female perspective uh-huh it's Lauren Hutton and Madonna those are the two that came straight to my mind Yup but I would you call Madonna hot. No especially not now all right so let's was there a time that you thought Madonna was hot. Oh Oh yeah I mean when she first hit the scene I mean she was the girl she was yeah. I feel like there was a time in the nineties that she did not have the Diana. Am I wrong about that. I Yeah I think so. I don't think it's ever niche yeah I think so yeah yeah. I was too busy concentrating on her cone boobs. When you're looking at yeah yeah yeah I think I was in high school in that sex book came out and I was obsessed trying to find it and look at it his there's literally no access to pornography anywhere and could never ever really get a hold of it as you know I think Madonna probably would you say like eighty six through ninety two could? Be considered pretty high right yeah. I'm trying to look through old Patriots Madonna and see if I can find but it's hard to find I'm looking at a picture of her here with Michael Jackson which again is a very tough look if we're talking about ladyboys and it doesn't look like it's at least smaller there i. I wonder if it's either gotten bigger as time has gone on or she had something redone or I could see being redone thing risk because like even letterman when he closed his asked me he left some of it he didn't close it completely right. Would you consider David Letterman attractive I would not have you seen him lately. I have like a mountain man. Yeah look like David. The veteran Lord Hutton is interesting yeah because she's not in my hell does Lauren Lauren. Hutton is seventy five right now so when I would have been like age she would have been she. You know I was never. She was never young in hot when I was interested in trying to you know check out pictures of of women I think I figured it out with Madonna. She yes so tell so so here's the deal. She must be one of the Beta testers for smile direct club and they're doing some at home I._P._R.. Oh interesting right. Have you go bigger and bigger. I'll do it yeah. Lauren Hutton's tough luck. I'm trying to find like young hot Lauren Hutton and I'm having a hard time. Here's a picture of warm but it didn't say what a year this is so that makes it difficult all. She looks young fish. I I don't I for one. Don't love it. It's not my it's not my thing so I'm not the right person to try to allay this guy's fee right right see I'm. I'm the same boat I'm usually in trying to close those things and <hes> tell people why they're they're ugly with it and need to change it. I just Google hot women with the diaspora and literally okay so here this like Asia Kate Moss sort of Okay Yeah Kate. Moss Kinda has one but again. I don't really think Kate Moss hot. I don't either I don't think it has to do with their teeth. Necessarily the fact that she looks like she's got a heroin needle sticking out of our fan of Sheikh that that was a look on a tough look so I'm just just google the term hot women with the DIA- Sta and I'm not really seeing any super hot women here no offence Daniel has data but I don't know if it's just these women or if it's the Dasa but it's not a great look at least to me yeah..
"michael epstein" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Let's talk about you have your hands in a lot of stuff talk about it. Well, I wrote winning in the New York small claims courts, a long time ago was a self help book for people 'cause I tried it and it's available on Amazon it's out of print, but at a print call me, and I'll get something out of print. You know, why it just it? It it flew off the shelves. I can what's the name of the book. It was called winning in the New York small claims courts. And it was it was a self help guide while I understand why is out of print. I mean, everyone probably try to get him. I mean, you gotta get it back in print. We'll do an e book. Got enough people that would like to know the answer to that. And I'll have bottom line helped me. So let us sorry to interrupt. So I am Electra an author I've written a couple of different books and right now, I have three different radio shows. I've taken care of business. I have a rocket green radio, which is an environmental show. And then my father's place radio, which is which we're going to talk about one of the things and all of them can be found on the Solomon channel dot com. Nice. So let's talk about taking care of business. You've been on the radio for fifteen years. That's I mean, we're excited about our show here and we've been on three plus years, and it's feels like wow lifetime fifteen years. It's been a great journey. I've had guests as diverse as Steve Wozniak from apple and I've had Tim russert at Koch and a lot of other Ralph Baru who founded Viacom, but some of the really great moments were things like being on the USS Arlington at sea and having a person to person view with captain of the ship. Knightsbridge while you know, all of the instruments are dark in this infrared and Red Sea going very very slower sort of outside of New York harbor in anticipation of fleet week, and we're talking about, you know, the captain's one hundred nine year old grandmother who makes great sauce. Ravioli have these personal experiences and things like that? And I met a gentleman who is in his nineties and during World War Two his task was to print documents and part of the documents that he had to create with the surrender documents that Japan had assigned. So so they told him to print up ten so he showed me the extra to that. He's kept the less seventy plus years, and I'm actually looking in his living room in queens. And I'm looking at documents signed by MacArthur, Douglas, MacArthur, and Chester Nimitz, and I'm like, wow, you know. And the story. He had great sorry. So a lot of what the show is is news makers entertainers of you know, people who make a difference news. Just doctors who give health tips on jeopardy. We had a one of the most popular shows with Dr Michael Gregor who advocates a plant based diet, and he wrote a book called how not to die, and it's a six hundred page book in this great tells you had eaten lifestyle choices to really help extend your longevity. So we've got a lot of different people you Dr Ruth everybody in and it was even FCC complaint that still on. Well, we're gonna talk tonight about two particular businesses among the many that you have your hand in one is going to be a war. We're going to talk with Alex about my father's place. And then later on we're going to talk with Randy keeping a suspense a little bit here. Alex. Okay. We're gonna turn to you. Now. Richard introduced me to you. You're involved with my father's placement. Father's place originally founded in seventy one closed in eighty seven and you've revitalized it. Let's jump right in. I explain the audience what is my father? My father's place was arguably the most influential club in America in its day when it opened in nine hundred seventy one rock clubs were just beginning to appear. Most bands would go to a gymnasium or would go to a hall or things like that a Speakeasy. What was happening with the bands? They needed more power. They needed more amplifiers they need and they needed a dedicated place where they could play an epi basically created one of the first places that was like that. And what happened is he had monitor systems? He had dressing rooms he had a really nice stage and by being in Long Island by virtue of being in Long Island. He had a very enthusiastic crowd that he could bring pretty much every major act that existed in the nineteen seventy in the nineteen as to his club. So he he became very very influential. And the other thing that made him very important was that he was insisted upon booking only new bands that played or bands and only played original material. And he didn't want cover bands. He didn't want any of that. And so what happened is he played a lot of artists before they became famous, and they include names like Billy Joel and new to and the police and Madonna, and Tom petty and prince and it goes on and on. Non because he would welcome them. So the club, and he would take a chance used to call it the star making machine in those days, and there was a system of club owners and agents and managers and record labels and things like that that actually in the business looked out for young unknown talent and tried to nurture them and develop them. And and look forward to them becoming big stars one day. Now what eventually happened when when these people became the big stars. Did they come back today acknowledged their roots? Many of them did. I mean, we have heard radio broadcasts of for example, sting at Madison Square Garden shouting out to epi and things like that. I mean, absolutely. But the main thing is as first of all the satisfaction of of you know, helping these artists which is very important. I think one of the things that the people in the music business at that time, and we're talking to sixties and seventies. And it was not an easy business. And it had a lot of parts of it that weren't particularly friendly or good, but still they were all passionate about music, and they knew their business. They knew their music, most of the heads of labels were musicians of one type another whether is very Gordy, or, you know, a Brian Epstein who was or George Martin are people like that who are classically trained. I mean, these people really knew their business. And so as a consequence they were passionate about music, and so when they saw a talent they were interested in developing them, and epi is like that EPA to this very day is passionate about. New music new acts. In fact, that's one of the main reasons why he wanted to reopen. The club is to be a place for that. You know? So I'm going to turn to Richard John feel free to jump in. So so so the great thing about it is that in two thousand seventeen the club was resurrected and we negotiated a great deal. We've found a great location, great business partners. And my father's place at the Rosslyn hotel was launched and part of the the main people who are always Alex myself as the attorney for the club, epi whose name is Michael Epstein, so. Mississippi. And then there's Dan. And what would Alex did was he made sure that the sound was just pristine perfect. It's a small intimate club. And and Alex focused a lot on the experience. What was the experience to the to the patron to have a great show, the small place close every seat would be a good seed every seat was good in terms of vision? Every seat was good in terms of sound didn't have obstructions and post things like that. And it was a great departure from the concerts and bigger places because you would be ten rows away from someone like Mike Peters of the alarm, and he would tell a great story about when they couldn't get airplay anymore. And they created a group called the poppy fields. And it was just sort of a made up name. And he got them to be promoted of these young guys. They're great and sure enough. He tells the story, and then he said, well, it's really the alarm, but the whole point is you get to hear great stories half the time, you get to meet some of the artists in the lobby after the show because they're very accessible. On that point. That's I wanna turn to Alex and say. And ask the experience and Richard said the magic word it's all about the experience. That's why you see malls. That have been you know, had been having a very high vacancy rate. They're starting to figure out. Okay. There needs to be some type of experience either. A bowling alley or whatever. The case is. When when a business has their head totally wired on the experience. That's when the magic comes back. And well, the basic concept is when you go out at night, you actually have a good time. And when being in the a veteran in the music business all of us and Dan. Dan, worked at Westbury music fair for for thirty five years, and he's the general manager what happened is we had noticed a trend where because live music is now the only way really for the music industry to make money because and and it's really bad management on on the part of the leadership of the music industry as they transitioned away from these very passionate. People to people who are really only bottom line. What has happened is that the experience has really gone down, you know, and there used to be a real personal touch. When you went out to a say in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties to a nice supper club. And there was that experience of being treated well and having good food and having an intimate experience. And we felt we could do that again, but modernize it in other words, the people in the old days who did things actually knew what they were doing. It's not completely a new thing. Bring back the best of the stuff, but modernize it. So for example, our sound system is the, you know, the latest in technology, and is really custom built for us. And we're very demanding. And we feel we have one of the best sounding rooms in the country. The seats were custom-made for us, the Bank cats, you know, a lot of a lot of things about it. You know, the painting the carpet everything we really took a real interest and work with our partners at the hotel to make sure that it it really when you walked in all of a sudden you felt like, you know. You were going back in time to a place where people really cared about you. And really wanted to make sure that you were comfortable, and of course, the bands themselves. We made sure that they had addressing rooms that they were treated properly professional crew. And so the idea is that you know, when you come out of there, you feel. Wow. You know, I had a great experience. Had a great time. It wasn't just come in come out. See you later, and and to continue experience, I think the most important takeaway from the discussion of business point of view is that we've created a whole ecosystem there's my father's place television, which Alex is working on right now. This is my father's place radio, which is partisan of us..
"michael epstein" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"In fair lawn former mayor bloomberg's been out of the politic game for awhile but that may be about to end friends of bloomberg say he'd like to be president and maybe ready to run in two thousand twenty as a democrat sources close to the billionaire see the movies fueled in part by regret that he has bet deciding not to run the last time around he seventy six we'll be seventy eight by the time primary season begins president trump welcomes the president of portugal's to the white house today and then heads out to north dakota for another campaign style rally this morning he is already up and tweeting describing congresswoman maxine waters and nancy pelosi as the unhinged face of the democratic party and bragging bed america stronger than ever before and he's not going anywhere the president held the supreme court ruling upholding his travel ban telling republican lawmakers it's a win for the country correspondent stephanie ramos has that trump says the us must make sure people are vetted when they are trying to enter the country he calls this controversial travel ban blocking people from seven muslimmajority countries from entering the us a victory this is a great victory for our constitution we have to be tough and we have to be safe and we have to be secure democrats immigration advocates and muslim groups protested outside the supreme court's decision to uphold president trump's travel ban was announced the high court has two cases left to decide before the judges begin their summer recess one of them in considering public employees unions and whether people should be required to pay union dues even if they don't want to be members we'd use time at eight thirty seven not a comment on the weather buster poindexter will be headlining a special show on long island this friday he will perform at the reopening of a legendary my father's place in roslyn club owner michael epstein back in the seventies and eighties brought in such new acts at the time is bruce springsteen and the ramones says he's reopening the club in hopes of helping people fall in love with music again wins news time now eight thirty eight wins entertainment news there may be a lot of divisions in the country but three late host pulled together last night to respond to president trump's criticism on both cbs and nbc which never happens stephen colbert and jimmy.
"michael epstein" Discussed on Q95
"Thought he would stick around and ask questions and you know maybe decoupled snapshots or whatever uh that's kind of weird without that that then that that was going to come out on friday this was wednesday through thursday night i have against set in front of me that i knew guiding michael epstein from houston and uh he loses the crowd up at act kill the second night and it was open mic match with of guys that the the you know we're just getting started and and so i'm giving obtained ebbs and tell them all about is gather round everybody i'm pretty sure of abacha meet that jake on that the cotti beer pose earth on an all my wife and taylor it's over bradley the next big thing and when this article comes out that's going to kickstarted career they will not the so uh that the next morning a after a brief pretty wild night of celebrating you know what was about to answer uh i literally followed a trail of popcorn out in my room down the hall of i'm like i must have had a bag bob born last night hey sean way so i went and there was no papers in and uh in uh so the club was literally just a half block where the hotel was why i walked down there to talk to the girls and i walk in and they went don't don't read it rod and i'm like what go don't read it the guy is a acts man he uh a it's not true uh mike what are you talking about so i i looked at this thing it was a picture of me a face i know i never made but verity is you've we a and i must demand ahead of general because there are a page and large then above it in black praying it said even win whites not blue he's not funny i own not to put too fine a point on it so then it.
"michael epstein" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The expressway northbound right around the mass sabotaging snubbed the brakes and getting up into the o'neill northbound is going to be a bit of a crawl else we have this problem in the ted williams tunnel eastbound within that connector tunnel was a car fire earlier it's all been cleared up now for the problem is all this heavy residual traffic is still trying to make its way through at sketchy solid back to about i'd say fenway park at this point on the pike eastbound but pike westbound as just going to be slow through south boston trying to get into the o'neill northbound expects d'oro drive on the eastbound side to be back to about kenmore where the connector inbound lawmakers back to about the tobin merge expectancy delays to north of the city as you make your way on 93 north rep i won twenty eight and won twenty eight northbound at 93 that whole cloverleaf is still a bit jammed up otherwise were 3s doing alright 495 as he no problems there and you're looking pretty good on route one so far west of town the pike westbound stood okay i'll pass 495 and again right by to 90 eastbound i do see a bit of a backup though as you approach newton corner those right lanes south of town that expressway northbound still jammed up braintree to okay reports have in 2003 to be ice traffic wbz news time seven fourteen once again rundown of the fourday wbz accuweather forecast to pamela gardner taking us right through the weekend in a tuesday brutal gold as we head into the weekend forecast blood soon so milder air will return to us here new england overnight clear cold twenty two degrees in nearing knin saturday morning that's 24 degrees at 1901 veteran's day on saturday plenty of sunshine but it's deceiving only high of thirty eight degrees that would tie the record low hightech talent forty foul a partly cloudy mix of clouds and sun monday late shower 47 upper 40s for tuesday cloudy i'm wbz tv meteorologist pamela gardner wbz newsradio 1030 twenty seven degrees in boston the wind chill feels like a sixteen wbz news time seven fifty it is cold out zog hands were tied to thank the people whose voices you don't hear on our airwaves but who helped bring you the news every week they include writer michael epstein and done huff producer j bore sally ann nato means driving the train and master control this week brian antonelli andrew rich brittany chick.
"michael epstein" Discussed on WGTK
"Sza god love no the debra so michael epstein steve your avon z taba chuck browser or james brown signals that died that i'm hearing dennis is not i don't know but dennis is here tomorrow the sound you'll hear from the dennis prager showed horrible emanate at least in terms of dennis his voice from israel i cannot wait for that can't wait to hear what he does regales us with stories be it out there with a ton of listeners in a in a in a heavy agenda of amazing things that they are going to do and they'll be he had he'll be sharing that with uh with all of us in the listening audience i will go from host mode to listener mode tomorrow wednesday and thursday and then be back with you on a friday preciados greatly mark davis leave from 660 ame answer in dallas fort worth let us go back to your calls of course got a ton of calls going to get the folks you've been kind enough to a n and it's been sort of multilayered which i was like it's it's not just the same old beaten the exact same ma seen mon trump versus the gold star families and not that it ever is that because actually that its idle fakia he has a gripe with these families and these family certainly don't at a great with him in one particular case ace of sergeant david johnson uh we have very unfortunate tough thing that was the was stoked by the hatred and political bigotry one member of congress fredrika wilson and let let me share one thing and then there's a bit of audio i have that that i have a that that i offer because a it's a great idea they should made by someone on tv and second i know her that i mean i was kinda funny i know a lot of people this woman i've known for a long long time and i am very proud of her ascendancy and she had a real neat point on on a cnn roundtable within the last hour so keyser todd is the gold star dad whose son who i unconscious died.
"michael epstein" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Got run play turns into a huge gain for it'll doors michael epstein ahmadi hooker save the touchdown that is startling that there there's a whole that big that ira were defense assist a trap play the offside and and trap him and hit sousse was clean is could be no wonder has died at all to pure freshman and sophomore or the offensive line for illinois and abstain galymzhan fifty eight yards to the iowa twenty seven yard lack well i'd say that flip feel position a ten three lead for iowa for the ball but george a play fixed doubles as he tried to plant throws of straight sideways makes the completion but for a yard loss iowa good coverage doubt field but george was his own worst enemy there is he went to plant piece stumbled and flipped it sideways the reggie carbon who was grilled immediately by a lot of have the loses a yard hero that ball is straight sideways hookers saw it all the way drove uphold the receiver tackled and for no game was run defense michigan state didn't fire a shot last week in east lansing with my kept sleep fired his own shotgun there with a 58 yard run here they cover get off the right edge inside the va insight that tan to the eight it'll be first goal illinois thanks to the freshman rub on bader ban are these youngsters coming of age this is starting to confuse me why there were these trace over there may be subdued moreover josie jewell he should have been there pairs bought her a gift same play inside the five that he shoved back italy's second goal hilde inside the iowa five what an impressive ground drive by illinois looks pause ten seconds for station identification that second id break you're listening to hawkeye football we're am 1040 on your radio and on your smartphone available anywhere you go on.
"michael epstein" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of the horses album released party in aviv wears a halfdollar sized hail goldstar david this is the same star european jews were forced to wear during the holocaust i think it's a more thoughtful former protest than just wearing assurances like go to help trump or whatever and it also is like a reminder for me of light i wouldn't have had an option not to wear one sixty seventy years ago although the tiny star blends into aviv stock denim jacket some fans noticed at michael epstein no i feel empowered encouraged and not afraid to do that seems or the other members subject at the horse wanted to get more political too late guitarist josh blurry worries about the effect trump's policies could have on his taiwanese immigrant her mother it's been tough me to think about how you know amihai trump was president back row move out here she may not be here at all like i may not have had the life as they play brows furrowed and xiaoming intensely musicians radiate the heat of their hugh fiery style this is the rock and roll battlecry debt by forty five while he's the force as president and his kill us gualberto the song starts very fair as i'm all now that it's over but the all be okay when they drop big one all the orange county right oh because what you're stupid the punishment the people that were positive would winter dumb people that voted for him are dumb it's like a work over here we go yeah.