17 Burst results for "Mr Boeing"

"mr boeing" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on Real Monsters

"Command roy to quite a pair. Yeah they were. They were definitely a chemical combination volatile chemical combination when they are together. Oh yeah oh she only wants to know. What year was the the ken. Rex shooting shooting nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty one there you When that will be relevant here in a few minutes but he All so he shot the grocer once in the neck with a twelve gauge and once stomach with it. And the grocer mr boeing camp luckily lived. He fingered ken. Wreck says the trader man who shot him for no reason and day Arrested him abundant out until the trial and when they took him to trial he was found guilty and the allowed him to bond out again. I have never ever heard of this in a criminal case. Where they you know and you see it on the shows all the time like oh he's guilty. you know. handcuff him and haul him out right. They let him bond out on the all. I just i don't get it why they would do that is. You're talking about a man here who has about twenty. Four felonies on his record indictments but not convictions. Remember yes no convictions. all indictments there's indictments. For statutory rape there's indictments for cattle and hog wrestling Indictments for stealing above fifty dollars. There's there's indictments for assault with intent to kill and a very long pattern of witness recantations. Yes yes that to a lot of assaults on witnesses who could have testified against him so they do that and ken. Rex bond out after the pending the appeal. And you know it devastat the marry. Vote courthouse about fifteen to seventeen miles from skidmore. The county courthouse And there was a lot of townspeople in there. They were watching his sentencing in he managed to beat in all back to skid more and he was literally standing in the d and g tavern with a loaded. M one garand with the bayonet attached to get that from the.

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"mr boeing" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on Real Monsters

"Net was one phone was fourteen. The other one was four. They were gonna go there to get some man. He's a candy. And you know other stuff and the four year old and that picking up two to three pieces trained to just leave with it. The way four-year-old do right. And it didn't really piss the boeing camp saw with that but apparently just said you know it a little kid. A little kid doesn't know any better. Yeah exactly exactly after this episode when they left the store. Trina comes back insane quote. She was balling lynch. Came home the kid. And that they accused her the boeing camps. Accuse the kid of quote raiding this store so trine heads to the story. I rate as hell wanting to know who accused her kid of shoplifting. And she walks in and asks sala bad and says quote you're about to meet kenneth mcelroy. So what does can wreck start doing he starts. Cruising slowly past the boeing camps house and their grocery at night is looking a stocking low level harassment at this point And he just slowly slowly ratcheted up like other things he would do. He would get close to the house on a public roadway. Take your shot gun and fired a shot into into the air at night since like that and ultimately it escalates to where ten racks turns up at the stores. Loading where mr boeing camp who we have a picture of. He's the older guy with. I believe overalls hat on. And he's back there just sitting watching the world go by taking a load off in mcelroy rolls up his sleeves after getting out of the truck and he says you wanna fight and bowen camp. Replies i am no reason to fight you and ken rex. He takes his twelve gauge. Out of re-stripe. Let's one in his neck. And one in his gut.

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"mr boeing" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Again comedy episode of our miss brooks written by al noise. Well as some of you may remember. Last night was new year's eve like everyone else. Our miss brooks who teaches english at madison. High school had looked forward to celebrating with considerable anticipation but as the poet robert burns. Put it the best laid plans of mice and men gang after. I don't know about the men. But i'm certainly one of the mice robbie had in mind because last night somebody really ganged up on my way. Everything started off. Normally enough saturday morning as i joined my landlady at the breakfast table county. Here's some tomato juice he will do you good dear. What is this a down payment on tomorrow morning. Then eat tomorrow. Not if you come to my party tonight. What kind of party having davis very quiet. Connie i just asked some of the neighbors into listen to the radio maybe dan. It'll be a nice relaxed the evening. Of course i am having some ilk with refreshments. Who's helping you ninety the bartender from mulligans. Salou that should lead to a very relaxed evening earlier than you think he'd not going to whisky you see if he's been working from. Just a mulligan barney's insistent on having new years eve all why is that he can't stand drunks. Funding likes nothing better than to drop over here. Naked a little friendly. Bola punch if i remember correctly. Connie you sampled some of bunnies punch last year. I almost did mrs davis. Somebody jostled me as i was about to drink some. I spilled it on my black evening down. I don't remember that at all kinds of i do. It started a run my address rating. It was a very mild mixture. Right we even dip lead fingers into the punch after a while. I know and a little while after that. The lady fingers were diving into the bowl. I'm just teasing davis. I'd like nothing better than the share. A little punch with you tonight. But i probably have date with mr barrington. Hasn't the yet county. Mr born takes him a week to get enough courage to speak up. You'd think he'd know where he stands by now. I dropped him enough hints. Heaven knows in just yesterday. I told him. I thought there was nothing quite as exciting as the scent of an orchid than the popping of champagne. Corks you think. It'll work canny indubitably. Mrs davis he'll probably take into a shop and that means smell an orchid while he cracks. His knuckles isn't the biggest spender during the world economy. No i think there's the maharaja in india who spends eight or nine dollars a week more after all. Mr boynton is a schoolteacher. He probably just can't. Who can that be come on in. He needs to steal real common. Yes thanks good morning. Westbrook's versus david. Hello mr biden. Now isn't that a coincidence. Mr boy i was just going to clear the table and clear out. What's coincidental about that. Now she's got a good reason to see you later. Take your time dear. Well mr boeing. This is rather a surprise visit. I guess it is want a cup of coffee right. Keeps pretty hot in this percolator. Hey you are thank you. That was fun. Why do we do now. Tonight is always new year's eve miss brooks yes. I know it's a one night in the year. I believe in celebrating. See the bachelor can have especially a bachelor. Schoolteacher is to really let go once in a while. Might also be to hold on once in a while. Shocked withdraw the statement. Strike that from the record park. One thing i'm grateful for his brooks's in our relationship has always been completely honest and aboveboard i can talk to you straight from the shoulder. You said it can mr boy. I don't have to beat around the bush now. You don't. I can come right to the point without stalling. I hear you talking. I don't have to mask real intentions with lettuce pseudo. Diplomacy never know pseudo. Diplomacy what i'm trying to say miss brooks is well several weeks ago. I promised to attend a biologists club. New year's eve party at the club jamboree tonight. Oh that sounds like a lot of fun mystifying. Why i'm sure it will be. But the ticket cost five dollars miss brooks and well. I only had enough with the one when i bought it. And we'll since then i've had some unexpected expenses and just haven't been able to afford another one of course i'd love to ask you to join me tonight but i couldn't very well invite you to pay your own ticket. Could i knew that. I couldn't pay for it. I mean i've had some holiday expenses of my own mr by two whole of eating terribly terribly so he won't be together miss brooks as a matter of fact i i suspected you're just as broke as i am. That's why i came over to see you. Now what do you mean. mr biden. Happy new year. Miss brooks same deal mr biden and thank you for a lovely morning all right now. Let cars all lang zayn and this will be the earliest i've ever folded on new year's weeks be annoyed miss brookshire. I'll be thinking about you tonight from the minute i sit down in that nightclub and pick up my noisemaker thanks. I'll be thinking of you tonight. As soon as i sit down by the window and blow my tin horn. Guess i'd better be running along now. Get cleaned the big night. Yes you do that mr biden. I've got to help. Mrs davis with the dishes. Forgive me if i don't chase you walk you to the door. Strictly well see you next year like they say. Don't take any wooden biologist. Now that's just dandy dandy connie to home to wrist we've got a big night ahead of a. We've got a big night ahead of him. Mr biden going to the biologist. Party alone mrs davis alone but the playing. Connie he just can't afford to take me with him. Tickets are five dollars. A copy. If i had five dollars i could mrs davis. I'd be happy to connie you would of course but i haven't got a quarter. I spent my entire budget for this. We continue its party. Oh well thanks. Just the same davis no sense in worrying about it. i guess. New year's eve is just another night. Maybe that's mr boynton again. I finish up in the kitchen. Come on the doors still open. Good morning brooks mr conklin. What fortuitous circumstance brings madison's esteemed principle to the nba loboda the lowly faculty member. You've seen your sheriff. Charlie and movies having.

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"mr boeing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:05 min | 2 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The gentleman from Oregon Mister straighter for his five minutes of questions on welcome we're doing a lot of things these days are practical force into the system this is surreal hi to us some of the communications with doctor bright down one of the references he made was to department homeland security request your communication with you back in mid January to procure some maps and could you talk about that just a little bit what was a nation that yeah when I would classify as some sort of a purchasing agent kind of a person not a high ranking official called and said they were looking for mask I believe for their screeners and I said I don't have any words sold out and then I just ask him what do you think is this for real and he said give me your honest opinion I think it's going to be bad and so yeah I do too so so to pick up the phone to call Rick right again these these folks to me were brothers in arms I call them for fifteen years thirteen years and every time something like this would happen I pick up the phone right it's just that this is a big one but can you can I help you yeah well it's it's interesting that while HHS was not receiving this information in a productive manner the HSE some folks VHS were very aware of the situation another we never we were never able to sell the government masks the government was never a customer of ours and chill the H. one N. one pandemic and they bought mass from Mr merges three and and then never bought again and tragically it just is if I may I'd like to get at that but before we do on February third there is communication with you and I Dr wolf yup I in a comment was made I think in Dr right referred to this that if we didn't be reformed responding now that our mass which forever be under foreign control you remember that comment I don't know but I I was curious what you meant by the time I said that yeah yeah yeah what I meant was if we I'm glad you asked that question what I meant was if we don't fix the U. S. master plan now well everybody's thinking about it while people are dying we're going to do exactly what we did after a twenty one during H. one N. one I'm on the news just like now and we thought it's over we finally been vindicated we couldn't believe it when everything went right back it is worse things are worse now than they were the four H. one N. one so getting back to your earlier comments and a bit of what Dr Sean was talking about in a week pretty clear we need to make some of this stuff in America the question is you know I'm the best idol trainee veterinary practice had a very small veterinary practices we use mass I the question but I was always worried about the dollar and my job here's also projects taxpayer dollars and you know five dollars box one dollar box you gotta think about at least a little bit so what's the right mix there how do we how do we protect this taxpayer dollars but make sure we project made America us so that we can react to what I'm going to say is going to make no accounting sense what I'm going to say is that dollar is not real he should be ignored they're not making a profit just because some countries can sell a mask and lose money on it tell us does that mean we ought to buy that and think that's that's a viable it's not it's not we ought to buy everything that has to do with the critical product like a mask in the United States mass costs less now my masks costs less now than mass cost thirty years ago you can buy two class two medical devices which are called surgical mask for less than a gumball okay the fact that China can make him for two cents or selling for two so let's ignore that it's not real initially then as a threat to national security so last question if I may is and you alluded to this again you know would be nice to have a stockpile the stock was not the total answer for what you and Larry were just talking about what role does the federal government have in setting up maybe a platform that businesses could use when times are tough in other words it's not worth your while to set up this platform producer for a couple months and then try to shut this down unemployed people what role does the fed could the federal government had loosely faces with drugs if your woman is been very adamant concerned about all our active agrees you made in China or India no that's not a healthy situation either right here right now so what what is the role of public right public private partnership with you guys to stand up a platform that could be activated and we bear some of the costing you guys going to arrive start by tearing down the silos between the CDC and VA and DOD and borrow and HHS get all of those people in a room because the VA and the DOD is millions and millions of masks so that can rotate a stockpile that can justify having machines sitting here ready to be used it's a great idea there needs to be a coordinated plan between the these all of these organizations and then there needs to be again the government needs and not the government can't tell hospitals to buy American made math but they can sure put him on notice that if you don't you're probably gonna get sued at some point you know it's a left until my wife the other day I said I apologize for the last ten years of my career be an idea a witness because I think he's I think all the people who can't protect their employees are going to say Hey when you do this you know one is the one more thing to what was this thing for so long as men so illogical and I try to figure it out and who's at fault who's at fault so people ask me who's the point and I got to the point where human nature it's all of us I couldn't convince doctors I couldn't listen to this I had three directors of Barda said that Mike if you get somebody to call me I will verify that what you're saying is true I'll tell him it was true Mr Schrader I couldn't get him to call I couldn't get hospitals to make that call I don't think they want to hear the program to save money they're not programmed to say I want to make sure my master gonna be here didn't compute I was speaking Greek everyone so to look at this story and look back and blame everybody I'm not even going to do that I'm looking at this pandemic there's a silver lining the silver lining is is is told everybody there's a big problem and we can fix this problem and never go through this again thank you so much thank you testimony from Mike Boeing executive vice president of prestige Ameritech before the house energy and commerce subcommittee on health the gentleman yield back a pleasure to recognize the gentleman from Indiana ms Brooks thank manager woman and thanks Mr Boeing for being here it's so interesting to hear and I want to thank you actually for not blaming and trying to educate all of us as to what you have been telling America and government officials for a very very long time in fact the chairman I have been a part of and I entered into the record I hear from many earrings ago a group called CSIS strengthening America's public health security and the title of this big report that a bunch of professionals came together a bunch of medical professionals came together the title the report is ending the cycle of crisis and complacency in U. S. global health security it was led by Julie Gerberding who'd been a health official it was led by senator Kelly a yacht who'd been in U. S. when it was all focused on and it came out in November of nineteen about November nineteen and it had a lot of great recommendations that I hope once again because I talked about it before in early twenty twenty we always go into the cycle of dealing with something then we become complacent and we lose focus once again and we have done it you have said since nine eleven president George W. bush how to focus on it try to bring attention to the mass problem and others and then we lost it during the Obama administration and you wrote lots of letters and we didn't ramp up but I have to tell you that during all of that time participating in that commission I don't recall we talked about therapeutics we talked about vaccines we talk about diagnostic testing I don't recall anyone ever talking about mass okay they didn't talk about PP and these were all professionals who've been asked this sitting around the table and I'm glad that sure woman as she was agreeing with me we didn't have that discussion and and now we are all suffering the arm medical professionals really and our law enforcement and fire who were truly on the front lines are the ones now suffering the consequences and now we have this huge issue I want to talk briefly about the stockpile since you don't believe the stockpile is the way to go most of America didn't even know there was a stockpile until this all happened most of America didn't know anything about all of these types of things until this pandemic hit but we have to have some supplies I come from Indiana manufacturing state we have to have a supply chain we have to be able to ramp up production Barton is all about partnering with the private sector many of our directors didn't get the job done based on what you said not just doctor bright the doctor hatch and Dr Robinson they couldn't get the job done so what do you and we're going to welcome your comments later on as the manufacturer and I represent a lot of manufacturers if we don't have a stockpile yeah and if we don't have a dramatic needs four PP unless god forbid hope we don't a year from now or two years from now but we might going forward for a while what is the magic formula about ramping up production when we needed versus when we don't need it this is just my opinion and my opinion is to have a small a small stockpile that can be rotated through through America's hospital system but as far as the the general the bulk of the masks I think we could come up with a different kind of mask that could be made so fast that you would need to stockpile because the problem isn't isn't the problem is is how do you get matched to the right how do you get masks to people I think it means a mass of people well you can do it two ways you can either have them in stock pile where they could ride or you learn how to make them faster and with a concerted effort with the group like I was talking about we get some people in some smart people in the room and Hey I may make it lucrative tell tell the American American mask industry here's what we want to do I want to figure out how to make them a million mask today on one machine but would that be a government contract or would that be turning on the ticket so that the private sector can call those mask makers I think hospitals can call this mask makers because that's what's happening right now I think it could be both I think the government should use the use the VA and DOD is business as a carrot the Indian via by millions and millions of dollars worth of masks I'd love to have that business okay so what I'm saying is with me or another American mask maker or combination gets that business and builds the machine or whatever you don't come in I can't think through the whole thing with theirs were there are ways to do we could lose use your counsel and while I have a just a few colleagues here the chairman and I have a bill HR sixty five seventeen which is all about modernization of the stockpile inventory and it is about making sure that we can move out expiring products like expiring mass before they expire so they don't get shipped to states which I do think is happening that some expired products are going to states but I would encourage everyone we're trying to modernize the stockpile improve the stockpile and we welcome your ideas and thoughts and certainly wish that America had listened more to you starting in two thousand and seven when you said the whole HHS information came to light thank you my pleasure this is a repair C. span radio programming from Thursday congresswoman Susan Brooks and Mike Boeing of procedure Ameritech the chair now recognizes the gentleman from California Mister hardness for his five minutes of questions Mr Boeing thank you very much Mr bone for **** your persistence I'm gonna label you as someone who cares it sounds like you care about employees I care about a lot of things I love my country yeah I was gonna I was gonna get to that you're going to crescendo into how much you love our country and and I think that you love people beyond our country because we're such an amazing example to the world when we do things to the level of our capability you agree with that I totally agree and on this issue I think you know as well as anybody we are not doing our part the way we can show the world how to do things right how to do things.

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"mr boeing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Than that so I'm I'm sure you agree China controls most of the world's mask supply in China can sell about the mask for dollar box or when you say this kind of cells a dollar a box of mask for a dollar I don't think anybody's making any profit doing that because I sold for about five dollars so the prices are so cheap that they've captured most of the world's mass market does the government subsidize the Chinese government the Beijing government I don't know that I don't know all I know is their masks cost less than the materials if I take my labor cost totally out I'm still nowhere near the cost of their products to the Chinese masks meet our standards some do some don't what steps can the federal government take to incentivize more medical manufacturing of critical equipment like surgical face masks in the United States well as in a letter that I sent to president Obama I don't think it requires money I think it requires the government saying it is a national security problem it requires the CDC telling America's hospitals we are too dependent on foreign made masks and put them in legal liability they have to protect the patients and staff if in a public forum like this are you saying this is a national security issue then the hospital's attorneys are probably going to get on the ball until their hospitals to buy American made products and they don't cost that much the whole market is only a couple hundred million dollars this whole problem this is the thirty million dollar problem folks for people trying to save pennies across the whole United States it's not it's not it's not some multi billion dollar problem you repeat that again and leaned forward into that microphone so that everybody hears it again I said this was a thirty million dollar problem it's not billions and billions of dollars I've never asked for money in a letter to president Obama and I will present what trump is well written letter to president Obama said this isn't this isn't about money this is about information tell America's hospitals if they can't they are going to be in a position to not be able to protect their staff and her patients and their attorneys as hospital attorneys will tell their hospital to buy American made masks I don't need your money don't need subsidies just tell people about the problem that was my problem with the with Barda not my problem but I wanted to do it they weren't allowed to do it we need this issue needed publicity and try to get him to talk to the infection control prevention magazine inspection control today sorry I wanted them to talk to New York times every time we had some kind of a fluke Bob I wanted them to be able to talk and I couldn't do it Mike Boeing executive vice president of prestige Ameritech thank you very much your your testimony is certainly been very enlightening I know the the chairwoman and I we're kind of looking at each other and it is almost in disbelief and I certainly think that this is something that that Congress has to get involved with and and and sooner the better thank you very much yeah one of something sure I watch I watch all of this in a room a little while ago in like everybody who is beating up on another Mr bright Dr bright was a Republican and everybody who is defending him was a Democrat I'm a Republican I'm voting for president trump N. hi hi my doctor Brian I don't know what he did in all of the other activities but I think everything I've heard and every time I talk to him and everything he said here made a lot of sense and I believe him thank you Mister brown and now have the pleasure of recognizing the gentleman from Kentucky Mr Guthrie for his five minutes of questions thank you very much appreciate appreciate you coming today I have a manufactured background myself and and I know that the presence as General Motors and Ford to make them leaders and and everybody's business is their business and make decisions based on what's right for their business but it you know during a pandemic there is an upload and if every business person says we're not going to just our lines for a pandemic and understand Ford and GM have different access to capital the some others it it's just something that that I need to be concerned about causation of endemic you do have increased orders but I understand you want them both to a long term guarantees as well but is there a lot of people making decisions for people now their business is shut down because of what's going on the pandemic but I just don't understand the mass manufacture process and so if you can answer my questions are what meant what type of mass you manufacturer in do they represent the totality of maceration salt by that surgeon Atul stockpile and then get all these questions and do you make all masks that are in demand that other domestic products producers make the only method I don't make it is a cones style mask the heart comes down all the math like you are wearing we make all of those and we make N. ninety five respirators yes our factory used to make eighty seven percent of the U. S. mask supply mmhm so as you know the strategic national stockpile procedures here's medical countermeasures and other supplies to be deployed in a public health agency yes Sir I understand you worked with doctor Reid apart to get federal funding to produce mass did you have any conversations with Steven Adams the acting director of the strategic national stockpile when we go back before that on the strategic national stockpile I met with Greg Burrell face to face five or six years ago and Greg Morell had no problem whatsoever buying Chinese masks and I had I had a conversation with him in the hallway after meeting when I said I can find it the doctor finds a problem in America is dependent on the Chinese mathematics and he said no I don't and hi as far as Mr Adams I believe I may have email him I don't know Sir the last hundred days I've been I've talked to so many people I don't know what day it is most of the time so you've got a business necessary because the doctor bright you can get anybody else to listen to the doctor right under well no no no you got it all wrong first of all it wasn't looking fine well I'm just trying to find the information yeah I wasn't looking for business I open my email I don't need your business my phones are ringing off the wall I'm just I I thought of water Dr Robinson Dr hatch and Dr right I thought of them as brothers in arms I knew I couldn't find my products I knew that but they were the only people who believe that yeah I would like everybody to go to you to put in Michael Burgess and prestige Ameritech you'll see Mr birch's talking at our factory ten years ago you'll see him say that and that only ten percent of the mask applies may in the United States I talked to Michael Burgess run right Joe Barton Patrick Leahy my man I associate Matt Conlin talk to Chuck Schumer wrote I wrote Brock Obama's seven twenty letters wrote president trump and everybody in his early administration defense secretary Mattis sector general Jeffrey Clark Nicole Laurie and Nita Patel with CDC national academies of science Gregory L. hundreds of hospitals hospital perching group purchasing group the hospital risk managers association also risk managers association Helen metropolitan claps of his arrest nobody listened so she's no operating room nurses the defense department the veterans department Texas governor Rick Perry state Texas Rep bills Adler by the way bills that are girls are like god dozens of reporters I'm gonna every news show I'm doing this for thirteen years nobody listened and and and and my conscience is clean Mr growth Mr got three of them working on this damn issue for thirteen years trying to save lives nobody listened and now that I'm not gonna take any of this what you're trying to do I'm not sure what I'm trying to do sometimes trying to find out about you talked with them before so on what what the issue is is that we do have to figure out what strategic and work move forward and and there is a lot of stuff not just mass a lot of stuff come from China a lot of our pharmaceuticals within Ford and that's something this committee needs to dig in to move forward and figure out once and for that I'm not sure what you refuse me of trying to do but I'll yell back I'm not I'm just apologize about the image I did intend to congressman of Brett Guthrie with Rick right I'm sorry with Mike Boeing executive vice president prestige Ameritech house subcommittee on health the gentleman yields back I think my colleagues will I agree that my description of Mr Boeing is that he's a force of nature I mean he has refused to give up since what year two thousand and six you begin your crusade two thousand six two thousand and six subcommittee chair an issue was here to recognize the gentlewoman from California this next week for her five minutes of questions thank you very much managed care for convening this hearing and Mr belum thank you very much for being here today my pleasure I Mister brown having been in them V. E. business for over a decade I understand you work with several ministrations and Bader directors in your efforts to secure the federal government's mass supply were you utilizing formal channels with Florida including doctor right I'm not sure what your question is well where you going towards nana Dr right that other people about him also the same I never spoke with anyone above the director okay well actually that well that's not that's not true I did correspond with Nicole Laurie one time and all right well what the fans are not completely known whistleblower reporting indicates there might have been favoritism on ministration officials regarding companies awarded supply production contracts Mr Balan understand your company was eventually awarded a nine point five million dollars FEMA contract for the production of mass on April seventh yes okay it was reported a dozen washing posted as senior U. S. official said that the government did not have the money to take you up on your offer to help secure a mass when you initially reached out in January but the government alternately what a contrast in experience manufacturers is charged as much as five dollars and fifty cents a piece from mass nearly seven times the seventy nine cents per mask you offered given this do you think it's fair to say that the government all to me lost money by not partnering with prestige to Booker mass earlier it's easy question well yeah my last would have cost seventy nine cents right I know exactly and I think that I think even more important is that we would have more mass earlier now but in the end their defense again it wasn't just like turning on a switch this was this was a difficult process and and I think they had to look at it like okay it's going to take these guys for months to ramp up is it worth it and as the kids involving situation I don't want to hammer on you know when I was talking to some very light he was acting in good faith I was asking good faith and them I wouldn't be anybody about that this is a repair C. span radio programming from Thursday well thank you zero nine you still have serious concerns with his ministrations the risk and need for supplies and I believe manager I'm showing that they committed to continue to investigate the mysteries merging sea purchasing processes so were procuring medical equipment.

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"mr boeing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Up well the machines were built they were to receive orders now to activate those lines are explain that to us and how many more mass could you be manufacturing right now we you know we could be making about seven million N. ninety five respirators a month however again did you say a month is a yes a month say that again the number of masks seven million N. ninety five respirators per month but again it's not like turning on a switch we didn't build these particular machines there from China and we got him in an acquisition several years ago so my email to Rick Bryant and in that email is that I think we're in trouble we have these machines it would be expensive and hard to get them going but if we're going if this is going to be bad that could happen so that was my offer very often especially for lawyers in court rooms and elsewhere when you're going to ask a question they say you should know the answer I think I know the answer to this question but I want to your your view on it we've lost we've allowed we've allowed this supply this very important supply of of protective articles to other countries do you believe it's because they have saving nickels dimes and quarters as I call it chasing pennies to China mmhm is extensive and look what it has cost us is cost us lives across this life is crossed this line if if there's someone that wants the unlikely to yield the rest of my time might be glad to if not we can go through to the ranking member of the full committee this wealth well thank you Mister brown okay thank thank you madam chair novelette to reset the clock to I don't go over a lot of time and miss going thank you thanks for being here and I I appreciate your testimony which I I read last night toward the end of of the last panel I received a copy of an email that you sent to doctor right on January thirty first of this year this email appears to be the one included in Dr right complaint though it is one of the exhibits that was not publicly posted by The Washington Post interestingly enough here's what the complaint says two days later Mr Boehner prestige Ameritech sent yet another email to Dr Brighton Dr wolf once again issuing a dire warning about the imminent mass shortage among other things he advised and I quote this week we sent a thousand master China and Hong Kong no I believe your email actually says a million mass to China and Hong Kong he continued quote in all my years of predicting the U. S. mass supply would one day collapse I never pictured myself selling master China I have it from to reliable sources China's begun telling Chinese mask makers not to let Matt sleep China close quote he concluded I think China will cut off as the USA if so U. S. hospitals are going to have a very rough time as up to half the supplies made in China horrible situation will become unbearable that's the the data is when you know you're certain that your email okay I'm in the complaint this is is cited as an email from L. Wolfe to our bright on January twenty nine twenty twenty I think that citation is obviously wrong since even the complaint acknowledges that it's an email from you Mister ball into it to doctor bright right that the jury that was my email I don't know how I got to him I mean I don't know how it got to yeah I don't know what email chain you're looking at me just answer that was my email I was reading from a Mister right complaint and and I just received a check I think what appears to be a copy of this email it's it's it's but it I think it's cited wrong in in the complaint the email I received is dated January thirty first twenty twenty it includes all the language that I just read to you from the complaint but and and and this is exactly why the committee not only needs all the exhibits cited by Dr bright not just the one selectively obtained by The Washington Post and needs the full email chain is not just the selective excerpts from Dr right because this document also says and I will quote this is your email to doctor bright into Laura wolf it says and I quote my government strategy is to help the U. S. government yes and only if the VA and DOD become my customers after this thing is over yes Sir so I'm sure I'd like to submit the email for the record we'll send you an electronic copy as per our agreement here no numbers to call in and I'm sorry you said you have that you you want to help U. S. government you want to help Americans I get the mass yet it appears that that there seems to be a condition here I assume that's because in the past few ramped up things went away people bought from other manufacturers and so here you're saying tonight I would I have it here in the email my strategy is to help my existing customers and only bring on new customers were willing to sign a long term contract my government strategies to help US government if and only if the VA and DOD become my customers after this thing is over I'm in here we were in a crisis is is mass we're going overseas now the US government's not your only purchaser right U. S. government has never bought from me except during a pandemic Sir okay and and that email and that statement was basically saying that I don't want the government to only call me in a pandemic okay give me business during peace time so that I can survive to help you during a pandemic did you ever ask for a sole source contract I have I have been on the DOD and the VA business and I continually lose two masks that are made in Mexico because the DOD does not obey the berry amendment let foreign masks made in Mexico because Mexico is a friend of ours has called a T. a compliant country where your masters and I are snakes based on price hello national survey to reclaim my time how how long you said you couldn't turn on these lines of manufacturing very quickly how long if if you got a big order from the government today would it take you to produce mass three or four months and the government wants to do that right now HHS is asking me to do that anyone told them three months yes I'm told I told was going to take three or four months they only want mask to the end of the year so I would have to hire a hundred people train a hundred people and inspire them at the end of the program I'm not going to do that again I don't want the government to only deal with me I'm sure I yield back congressman Greg Walden questioning Mike Boeing executive vice president of prestige Ameritech live on Capitol Hill many else back was it's a pleasure to recognize the gentleman from New York Mr angle for his five minutes of questions well thank you let me get this down well thank you Mr Boeing I've been listening to your I thank you madam madam chair this is a excellent hearing and is this is an issue that we need to focus on because it has replications that just continue and continue every day I hear from my constituents including doctors and nurses serving on the front lines of this pandemic about the dire shortages of personal protective equipment there a few weeks he's as they call them recently I helped author the preventing drug shortages act with several of my colleagues on this subcommittee visions which were included in the recently enacted cares act this all ties together I've I've used my role as chairman of the foreign affairs committee to cut through red tape and bring much needed supplies like a hundred thousand antibody tests for New York City China always active actions as you point out Mr Boeing are symptoms of a larger problem most U. S. medical products are manufactured abroad and is this pandemic is highlighted this leaves the United States vulnerable in.

"mr boeing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Being together but we're going to begin our our second panel I want to introduce Mr Mike Boeing Mr Boeing is the executive vice president of prestige Ameritech which is America's largest domestic surgical mask maker I want to thank you Mr bone for flying from Texas to be with us today your story is a very powerful one and to my colleagues of Mr Boeing has been I think really what he wins the award for ten asked today because over three presidential administrations he's been banging on the door warning asking for pointing out that America has a dangerous dependence on foreign countries for products that we need here at home so this is very important testimony and we are we welcome you we thank you for traveling to be with us today with all the extenuating circumstances to travel and we're very grateful to you so you are now recognized for your statement and and then we will and then you will hear from the members and that I'm sure both your statement will provoke questions and that you'll get good ones from both sides of the aisle I should add something here and that is this issue of our our our of terrible dependence on foreign countries for not only our our drugs are nations critical drug supply but also all of the materials that we've been talking about is an issue that's been is shared the concern is shared on both sides of the aisle as I said previously today I think it was this morning and out this afternoon the job we had bipartisan legislation on it but we want to hear from you we want to hear your story I think it's a very important one and I know the members will as well all I want to invite at this point the ranking member to welcome our guest because he has his constituents so to Dr Burgess always good to welcome a Texan to our committee is always a good day we have a Texan and with the stand with we're gonna hear we know we're going to hear the truth I will save on I've been on this committee since two thousand and five in my second term on the committee of the year the start two thousand seven then chairman Dingell had a hearing on the amount of active pharmaceutical ingredient that we imported from other places in particular China shortly after that we had a problem with help from contamination we've had a number of hearings on this with lead based toys Miller mean in our our pet food and there's been a number of concerns about why we continue to use the supply chain when th time to time is detrimental to us so if there's any bright spot in this current crisis that we're in it may be that finally after thirteen or fourteen years we seriously move to make stuff here E. R. providers for ourselves and the but frankly you know America first really should mean something welcome here today Mr bone fractures here which have safe and the made in America anyway welcome Mr Broin and it is your do you have the floor now you have five minutes for your testimony if you just you want to place your statement in the record and just speak or read it's up to you welcome and thank you for joining us today this is a repair C..

Mr Mike Boeing
"mr boeing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To manage my hypertension and stress and the conversation I had with him last night in the case I guess I'm kind of confused because you say you have hypertension but yet you're able to do these interviews you have automatic report you're able to pay for this hearing yes yes you're too sick to go into work but you're well enough to come here while you're still getting paid from the United States government is that correct Sir I've been under medical leave until I get that but if you can if medically too sick to do that but you can prepare for it for two hours I just I just have a hard time tracking and I have I have a hard time understanding that if you if you have hypertension you're too sick to go to an I. H. but yet you're but you didn't ever experience and barter right you never had issues involving with the level of stress have been removed from my position well I was invited to this has been very stressful and my position I know I I I get it people handle pressure those are quite different but as a director of art I would feel like I feel like you're quite a bit stressful position when you're trying to manage a pandemic but you can't manage that or you could manage that but you can't manage your own hypertension when it comes because you got removed from the office but yet you can still receive pay for my age but you can't show up for work and then also you can prepare for this but you can't do that I just have a hard time understanding it I I I I I know your body individual and very smart but you are an employee of the federal government I just want to make sure you're not doing something to deceive the American people to sign time getting paid from United States government that I'm going to yield to the ranking member Walden hi I thank the gentleman doctor right your lawyer appears to have a a pretty substantial finder there and and I know Mister Guthrie ask about the the documents that they're on the table are those the exhibits your complaint to the office of special counsel I don't know it might in the nineties are all directed to the council then and she's answered other questions are those the are those the exhibits your the complaint the office of special counsel some are and some of my work product in summer my notes and they're not they're not appropriate to turn over to Congress so is it appropriate to turn over the documents that are referenced in the complaint not your work product I respect that to this committee and would you do that I know you asked a question initially and I said we would look at the documents to determine whether they are appropriate to turn over I'm just talking about the ones that that we have partial email chains we have screenshots of emails I think we should have the right to see those documents before going to effectively know the full extent of of this compliance and I just wish you would commit to turn those over Dr right we turn those over I think I've addressed that doctor right I'm I'm asking doctor right now are you willing to my complaint to the office of special counsel and that is the process I know to follow so but you're here as well as an individual and the time is are we just want to see what you've submitted so we can evaluate ourselves Greg Walden is the ranking member of the full energy and commerce committee this is the subcommittee on health life other than I was supposed to submit it to the office of special counsel which have done so I don't understand the legalities of others hearing that before they've had their opportunity to review that and and they've certainly been shared out into the public and press the washing post hasn't from some stores the look a lot like with referenced in your complaint would not of us I don't know where those came from but you know other media outlets are certainly see I just think it's out of this case manager you should request them we will take all the information that's appropriate to be submitted to the committee and what I circulated a recirculated a too well all members of the staff committee with the emails that were published as well as the complaint that's what was out there I don't know the committee chair an issue any other daily that's what I mean call has something to do I don't know the veracity of but in any other you know any other message would both be going right we need to see all the documents as the committee so that's all I'm after I'm sure was the very first one now I think they've done I think we need to move on the gentleman from Oregon is recognized of the straighter thank you thank you for being here doctor right really appreciate it tough to do very impressive feature here opted you describe the tone reactions of doctor Katic in doctors are your January twenty third meeting when you had they had they all agencies meeting on on covert virus they describe how up to speed that you they seem to be in that meeting is there and it was at one of our first meetings that we had about ten how to dress the outbreak and because we had practice I came in with my list of needs in those lists for money people and viruses I have that my remote request was met with a a bit of surprise and puzzlement I remember secretary ETS are looking around the room saying money you need money maybe there's money somewhere I mean it was just something I just don't like the fact that we've had the outbreak in China for some time this was January twenty third at this point could you describe January twenty fifth if you remember email exchange with that Mr born on the map on the mass situation I don't remember that specific but I'm sure it was urgent I'm sure that Mr Boeing was sending me in noticing asking if this is you ask him to come and talk to you he out you just reach out to you yes Sir okay about dot in email exchange with Dr Kerr on January twenty seventh did you reach out to doctor heard he comes and asks wanted to reach out to me I believe that I have with this was because again he is a pandemic influenza expert as well response and and knew he knows the vital nature of needing those viruses and he was involved in prepping our secretary protocol you have it the minister vice minister MA in China.

"mr boeing" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Front yes that was the last I saw of Mr Boeing in the balcony the famous brook you couldn't hold hands little could you not even with the long gloves I was wearing what about those Fridays in the monkey house Harris I'm surprised you miss Brooks you don't really let Mr wanted to the monkey house every week do you know I think it's the monkey house you can't be the Taj Mahal with all of the nana's well if it is in Madison heights there may I join this charming bevy of poker too I wonder what a lovely speech yes you are delightful child water but if you'll excuse me the folks like to get my entree fifteen people can I be of service fair here yet I'll gladly fix what you want no thank you but it will set up nicely when I return I'll patch one our our now thank area just bring back the roast beef bone on account of strong hard okay here you know I think it's wonderful the way you kids get along you're very fond of merit aren't you Walter very a plus which Kerry at the principal's daughter and I. manager the basketball team and there are things that I can accomplish quicker if I can get to Mister Conklin without having to go through regulation channels all the time what's good about getting to Mr Conklin so fast well I like getting things done fast that need getting down fast but like New Jersey for instance like new Jersey's what Princeton New Jersey's anything new jerseys for the basketball team how we need them badly you do with that one but he more in their last game look awfully fuzzy they didn't wear any in their last game.

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"mr boeing" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And no what do you mean yes and no no we haven't had a real woman to woman talking a long time no water getting is crazier about me than ever all I have to do with with only comes running really it's the only way to train them that's what you want to try to point I have but every time I with only opens his lunch box mothers me with attention sometimes his dog like affection constant worship absolutely crawling through I wish Mr born reply me once in awhile by the way Harriet when want to take you out on a date where do you usually go hold brook drive in the country here for a long walk in the park sometimes we go to a movie and hold hands you have to go to the zoo no Mr one take that there for the monthly lecture that's where I've got a net John you kids I hear it every week to the movies once in a while doesn't yes the matter fact we went last week was a romantic extremely restrained in a crowd of people behind a velvet rope for awhile and then I sure said there's one down front yes that was the last I saw of Mr Boeing in the balcony the famous brook you couldn't hold hands little could you not even with the long gloves I.

Harriet Mr Boeing John
"mr boeing" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on KOMO

"There likely will be a few things they did in the past couple weeks that they'll have to rule out completely moving forward a single walking on around green lake I mean definitely like hanging out with friends and stuff like I don't think I mean even my family I don't think I was there you know my parents are on the older side so I don't think I even wanna risk that staying home to stay healthy is now our last defense against this deadly corona virus outbreak and maybe the fastest way to get back to normal through this together now you heard a moment ago that ignoring this order could be considered a misdemeanor the king county sheriff though does not expect to actively enforce this they expect people to use common sense and they say that they'll use educational outreach if they see cases where people are ignoring these restrictions back to you thank you Joel to see the full list of jobs considered east central under the governor's order just click on the story at companies dot com can happening right now production is winding down inside this building facility added other companies across the plants across the Puget Sound region that is today Boeing announced a fourteen day shut down one day after reports that a worker the ever planned died from cove in nineteen the machinists union sent this email to members about the death and tonight we spoke with Lionel Washington who says fifty eight year old brother Elton died after being in the ICU minuses as brother and worked for Boeing for twenty seven years yes yeah Mr Boeing told us it's quote taking steps to confirm the information while respecting the family's privacy the company confirms thirty two employees across the company tested positive in twenty five of those people are based here in the Puget Sound region Boeing said this temporary shutdown is to ensure the well being of employees their families and the local community Boeing says employees who can not do their job remotely will receive ten days of paid leave during the two week shutdown the company expects all work to be suspended by this Wednesday in a statement governor Insley says he applauds Boeing's decision to move forward with an orderly shutdown and continue to pay workers C. continue saying quote now is the time for bold actions like these mowing previously announced cost cutting moves in response to the outbreak both the CEO and chairman of the board will give up their pay for the rest of the year dividend payments and stock buy backs are also on hold right now new eleven inspectors say they found three serious problems at Kirklands life care center thirty seven of the code nineteen deaths in king county have been linked to this nursing facility an inspection report from state regulators and the centers for Medicare and Medicaid found that life care failed to rapidly identify manage sick residents inspectors say the facility also failed to notify the Washington department of health about the increasing rate of respiratory infections and it did not have a backup plan after life care's primary doctor got sick inspectors say each of those problems putting residents in immediate jeopardy the U. S. had a grim milestone to the corona virus more than a hundred deaths in a single day we're tracking the response from the U. S. capitol tonight as a two trillion dollar economic stimulus package sits stalled Democrats blocking the measure for a second time they claim it puts big business ahead of American workers meanwhile president trump says his administration will make a decision about restrictive guidelines at the end of a fifteen day period our country wasn't built to be shut down this is not a country that was built for this it was not built to be shut down the president also signing an executive order cracking down on people who are price gouging or porting vital supplies the National Guard says more personal protective equipment is ready to be delivered tomorrow tens of thousands of masks have arrived in the national stockpile with more on the way the state is collecting those supplies and we have them in a warehouse and they're ready to go and possibly early this week D. ease will be distributed to healthcare facilities that have a desperate need an emergency declaration by president trump means the federal government will foot the bill if the National Guard is activated to help with food distribution or traffic control of Washington but the guard says it hasn't been called yet another drive through site now open for Kobe nineteen testing this is the new testing site thanks to the fungal field in Everett the Snohomish health district says the site has the capacity to eventually test two hundred fifty people a day however it's testing.

"mr boeing" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Now our secret of course dear as far as Mr Boeing is concerned your loving hands of the loan prepared this masterpiece. I just think my Kobe running along county I'm having dinner at my brother victims house you told me that before Mrs Davis what time you do it Viktor's **** what time is it now six thirty then I get a hurry I wouldn't want to be late. today you know you told me that before too really I am getting absent minded now we hear the deputies present hello here it is on the cupboard shelf six ninths golf balls she yes the very pretty wait a minute is that it is their only five golf balls here that's all right you're never played golf anyway. going out here just let the Boston skews femur for another few minutes and then turn off the gas I may not have to turn off the gas this stuff looks strong enough to blow it out. that must be missed the boat now I've just slip out the back door and be on my way lots of luck with the dinner thanks again Mrs Davis wish your brother a Happy Birthday for me. good evening miss roads welcome is divine let me put your umbrella in the closet. this is Roseanne right. sorry they both have the same timeframe. I'm in I suppose thank you die. give me your code Mister right now hang it up for you thank you yes Michael DHEA just throw it over that chair. it is overwhelming you see ms Brooks I took the liberty of bringing this and right along for dinner because we did have a prior date and she didn't have anything else to do but what about. well fortunately he phoned me about that typing is diamond you arranged for me but I told him that as much as I'd love to help him I couldn't because of my soul thing what's our finger the one that got better as soon as I phone is divine. I don't see why we can't have a fairly jolly. I bet you got a swell dinner ready. what was said I smell is it coming from the kitchen I wouldn't be surprised if it was running from the kid..

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"mr boeing" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on WJR 760

"Six the Jeffries encounter. I ninety four eastbound between six ninety six and twelve mile also heavy along that stretch as well. I'm Kevin Sanderson WJR, traffic and weather first on the fives from that JR weather center. Partly cloudy, Wendy this afternoon and seventy-one tonight, cloudy and forty tomorrow, partly sunny, sixty three same for Thursday peaks of sun, sixty seven by Friday, sunny skies, sixty three for WJR. I'm craig. From the Weather Channel. This. He's the guy Gordon show on news talk seven sixty WJR. So a Michigan Senate subcommittee today drafting the transportation budget giving giant thumbs down to the forty five cent a gallon gas tax hike that governor Gretchen Whitmer has proposed in which thus far in spite of her round the state. Talking presentation of it has failed to garner much support the size of it is obviously a big problem. No one disputes that we need to do something about our roads. But whether that is the one-size-fits-all remedy. Certainly something that is in contention. She points out out of fairness Steuer that if the gas tax had been allowed to grow with the rate of inflation right now, it would be forty four cents a gallon higher. So she's saying she's doing nothing, but basically adjusting for inflation to accommodate for the increasing cost of taking care of our roads. And then if you look at the amount of money that you spend on damage to your car every year, and again that's averaged out over several years. You're still coming out ahead with a twenty three dollar a month hike in the gas tax, which is what she contends the average family with pay. You've got some thoughts on this the Senate turning thumbs down on at least until they can come to some kind of negotiated settlement with the Whitmer administration. Let's go to Shelby township and speak with run who called in one eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven around. Hello. Oh, Mr. Boeing, how you good, sir. I happen to be a very well known out here in town, Kip. And I am very good friend of Pete bushido, one of my favorite people. And I have some information to give it to the public out the state of Michigan. Okay. They need to know. And that people have Michigan are really.

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"mr boeing" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It's time. Once again harden and another comedy episode of Brooks written by Louis well for most of us it's considerably harder to get up early on winter mornings than it is during the summer. But this isn't the case with our miss Brooks teaches English at Madison high school, maybe I'm just being perverse. But if I found it any harder to get up early in the winter than I do in the summer I'd sleep right through the spring. That's why MRs Davis. My landlady had such time. Waking me last Thursday morning, Connie if Comey go away miss David come on. Now, you told me yourself that you wanted to get up at six thirty shar. I was lying. I can't understand. What makes you so difficult to wake up because of my dream dream news. I dreamt I was out very late last night. Oh, you go out with mister Bolton last night. Didn't you had dinner with the bash for one? Yes. Was it an exciting evening county. It was a rip snorter. Got to the front door. Mr. Boynton apologize, but keeping me out until the wee small hours. What time was it? Coming five minutes of ten. By the tiny got finished saying goodnight. The way he says it was considerably later. What time was it? Then four minutes of ten. Take my shower and get dressed MRs Davis. All right, Connie, Mr. Boeing, isn't the most romantic fellow in the world is he so far Cary Grant has nothing to worry.

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"mr boeing" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on WDRC

"To get up early on winter mornings than it is during the summer. But this isn't the case with our miss Brooks teaches English at Madison high school, maybe I'm just being perverse. But if I found it any harder to get up early in the winter than I do in the summer I'd sleep right through the spring. That's why MRs Davis. My landlady had such a time. Waking me last Thursday morning, Connie, Connie, go away. Mrs David now, you told me yourself that you wanted to get up at six thirty Charlotte. I was lying. Can't understand you so difficult to wake up because of my dream dream. Yes, I dreamt. I was out very late last night. Oh, you go out with mister Boynton last night. Didn't you had dinner with the bash for one? Yes. Was it an exciting evening? It was a rip snorter. Got to the front door. Mr. Boynton apologize for keeping me out until the wee small hours for time. Was it Connie five minutes of ten? By the time. He got finished saying good night the way he says it was considerably later. What was it then four minute satanic? Shower. Get dressed MRs Davis. All right, Connie, Mr. Boeing, isn't the most romantic fellow in the world is he so far Cary Grant has nothing to worry about. Very good. Mrs davis. Do you know what I put into the coffee grounds to get that flavor? Tell me I want another Cup. I. There. We are. I've been thinking about Mr. bullington all morning Davis. Don't tell me I've got competition. Kenny. And I'm old enough to be both your mother's own. Our please MRs Davis, you mustn't split up over. Oh, that must be wall to Denton. I can tell because there's still some food on the breakfast table. I'll get it. All right, Connie. I'm going out the yard for human. It's I got to try to fix that incinerator incinerator. What's the matter with it called on fire? The of the day. Should be interesting. You're.

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"mr boeing" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

11:11 min | 3 years ago

"mr boeing" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Show, the Savage Nation. Home of borders, language, culture. And here he is author of stop mass hysteria. Michael savage. Solid things the fake hate crime. What a story that you know. This is the biggest story than you think he tried to start a race war. This pile of oatmeal in that that bad actor the failed actor, do you understand it by saying someone attacked them wearing a maga- hat, and they were two white men, and they scream maga- country. Do you understand what that does to marginal black gay people? Do you understand that they'll go out and beat up old people in the street for no reason, the understand what this man has done to this country? Do you understand why I said that there's nothing worse than a hate crime in this country other than a fake crime? And this man, by the way, let the punishment fit the crime, let the punishment fit the crime. I don't wanna risk slap. I'm not going to be happy with rehab. I want him in jail. You know? If someone commits a hate crime and convicted of it. They usually go to jail and they pay half the fine, this thinker this rack this bum this race monger this hater. Needs to have the full weight of the law thrown at them. There's nothing worse than a hate crime other than a fake crime. Do you understand that? That's a huge story. Don't sweep it under the rug. Now, there's another one another sacred woman with a headscarf. You know, what I'm saying the minute you see the scarf. Gotta get on your hands in these. Oh, oh, don't say anything about which is a member of ISIS. Oh, be a Bernie Sanders. Get your hands in these the headscarf ISIS bride and refugee camp now thankful for freedoms we have in America. This piece of garbage. Left america. This one went to America, this ISIS. Bright hot Mathon who became a mom while in Syria as a member of ISIS says that she's now changed and actually now appreciates the freedoms that we have in America. This human trash left her Muslim family in Alabama. Don't you now in ISIS in two thousand fourteen and while she was with ISIS. She put out missives calling for US jihadis. To drive trucks into people in America through in parades, July fourth from Oriel day parades after marrying one after the other who was killed by American troops. She's now in a refugee camp begging to be allowed to come home to the United States of America because she made a big mistake. I'd bring a home and I'd fryer on old sparky for treason, I burn horror our outfit. So there's nothing new underdone cortex thinks that the Berlin Wall was built as a barrel abomination, but the idiot didn't know that it was built to keep people in not to keep people out. That's basic. She didn't even understand economics one zero one and she had to be lectured by none other than the leader of the demon cat party in New York. And so there is a progressive civil war going on where we see the extremist technological Bernie Sanders. Cortex literally Warren for the green new deal. We also have the others all jumping. And of course, the civil war that is emerging. Is a good one. Because you never thought it would split up like this. We on the conservative side, how have long debated ideas, as you know, I'm the odd man out. I'm the black sheep in the conservative on the conservative side because I'm really an independent. You can't pigeonhole me the way the others can easily be pigeonhole because they are limited in their thinking if you want dimensional or at most one and a half dimensional and your one and a half from a man a political man you could easily be pigeonholed either. You could be someone who was seen to do this as someone who stands for that. But I can't be. And so therefore as a man who was truly independent, perhaps the only independent left certainly in major league radio if not the media itself, it's actually very interesting to me to see that be leftist finally splintered a little bit. And that's a good sign because when you see the Blasio who's an outright Sandinista when you see the Blasio, and and what's his name the crony democrat. They're up in Albany, New York Perry Cuomo. Uncle governor Cuomo when I see that governor Cuomo himself attacks this child saying that this decision was lost economic opportunity when I see that even komo's steps in and blames a small group of politicians to put their own narrower political inches above the community. When I see that even left-wing southern eastern, mayor de Blasio debunking this child trying to explain to her economics one, oh one that the three billion dollars in tax incentives are not actually given to a company in advance. You don't actually get. Here's a check for three billion dollars. This is what she learned at Boston University. What in the hell was she doing there all of those years getting a degree in comics? No less. No doesn't work that way. So it's a glimmer of hope that the socialist takeover may not actually happen after all Amazon decision revealed that occasional cortex is superficial understanding of economics is so out of touch with the mainstream. That even even the Blasio the Sandinista even the old line Tammany hall democrat Cuomo had to step in and try to do something here. But of course, at the same time, many cities in America, are clamoring to get the Amazon jobs twenty five thousand jobs, but for the cortex crowd who believe that everybody on earth except their own friends are racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobes. They don't care about money. All I care about is their agenda and to the they think they're agenda comes free. They think the freedom comes freight, and I don't have to go into the whole thing about trains across the ocean. Do I do I have to go into the whole thing and the green new deal trains across the ocean and the air travel ending farting cows they'll have to do it all over again. You don't understand who this child is? And how she saw upset the apple cart in the democrat party. And that we are actually seeing the beginning of something interesting, which is the progressive civil war. Do I have to do that for you? Because I just how do I summarize what I've been talking about tonight. The danger of the new left in a democrat left who declares anyone racist, sexist, homophobic. NFL, but doesn't agree with their communist philosophy yet getting their face and tell them that the hetero phobic Christophobic that they're racist themselves, and that we know who they are. And tell them that they're trying to steal the soul of America. And they're gonna have to do it over your dead body. Tell the look in your eyes tell him take a real look in your eyes because they're gonna have to go through you to take America away from you. That's the only thing that's gonna stop them. What are your traded that women in the in the the yoga outfit there in the mall, who you afraid of who exactly are you afraid of? Friend of mine sent me a syllabus for local community college. That's very big on dreamers dreamers. Don't you? That someone from another country is not a citizen who steals precious resources that American kids don't get of course, they're dreamers. You'd be a dream of two if you could rip the country off you'd also be a dreamer. If you live in a stupid country that gave you something don't even give their own children show your dream. Should he be ready to call him every name under the sun? If they didn't give you what you're getting for nothing if they suddenly woke up to the rip off in all of do gooders who are ripping off the country. It only costs us four billion dollars so far for the dreamers. I love everything I get every day from these left-wing groups dream of airstream that the American kids black white, Asian, Hispanic. They're not dreamers. Everyone else. A dreamer. So someone sent me a course at sonoma's state college Woodham L sent it. There's actually a specialty called social Justice. This could you imagine what this country will be like in ten or twenty years with this kind of trash putting this into the heads of kids Wade library, the syllabus for you. Now, I want you to think about men like Boeing who built the first jetliner. Meaning the first commercial jetliner, there'd be there'd be no Boeing's or think about the men who built Miami Beach who brought a railroad from New York to bring in people. They'll be no railroads, they'll be no developments nothing or they'll be as hate social Justice. Studies required core complete nine point. Oh units. Psych thirty four the psychology of prejudice and discrimination. Not how to build a better bridge. Not how to build a better a better tunnel. Not how to build a better airplane, but the psychology of prejudice and discrimination. This is so racist. It's unbelievable Soest thirty race and ethnic relations psych forty introduction to psychology of gender. Can you imagine if Mr. Boeing have been forced to take this kind of brainwashing? Crap. Council counseling twenty complete any combination totaling at least three point zero units from the following sex and gender history. Eighteen point two history of women in the United States, eighteen seventy seven. So you can make it sound like it's historic. History Twenty-one race, ethnicity and gender in American culture history. Twenty-six history of chicanos and Latinos rate, forty eight to present. Wow. Is that kind of racist? How about his white men for eighteen forty eight to president? Why isn't that taught history? Thirty African American district three credits history of Mexico three credits. And you get the picture the leftist have destroyed the academy. They have destroyed learning Davis. They destroyed reason the entire Cittadella reason has been torn apart. You know, you saw them tearing down the Robby leash statues one way or the other you could side with it. But when they tore down civilization itself with this trash that was the beginning of the end of the United States of America and western civilization, by the way. Area to arts and humanities and throw thirty one Mesoamerican origins of Latino culture anthro forty three native American art, and culture English thirty one African American literature English thirty three Chicano Chicano arts and literature now here, this is a great one English thirty six lesbian, gay bisexual transgender arts literature. I go on. It's just so depressing. Theater six multicultural perspectives in American theater. Do you understand that we cannot have a civilization if it's this pointedly absent of civilization per se? If you so segment society like this what you do is destroy it altogether. That's my opinion. I just wanted you to see what they're doing to our children the colleges today, social Justice studies as a major can you imagine? Can you imagine how godless this is you speak of God, faith, and reason social Justice. Studies lack God lacks, faith and lacks reason it is pure unadulterated prejudice in plain English..

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"mr boeing" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"mr boeing" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Snodgrass should be picking me up any minute. News such nice, boys. But you know, Connie, I can't help feel sorry for strange. He's a wonderful athlete. I know, but I'm certainly for a sixteen year old boy, he has the mind of a neat year-old. Simple. Can oh that isn't fair David stretch of every bit as much mentality as a sixteen year old simpleton. Somewhere along the line. That boys mental development has been arrested arrested. It's been sentenced than shop. Have you? Hi, Mr. Boeing. In the album. No in the French bathing suit, you're wearing in the snapshot. Why? No. I don't believe the bashful biologist has seen me in that way, should Edberg take his eyes off his from reading. Now the district you're out of the album. So you can give it to the boys when they get here. Oh, you're joking. Mrs Davis, Mr. conklin saw picture like that in the yearbook steam would shoot through the top of his head. I don't mean the whole picture and got to cut off your head. That's only. Rehi-? You head Connie just Davis now, I can finish my coffee. Very nice. Would you mind answering that MRs Davis, I'll go get my hat and bag finishing touches on my face. Hi, Mr. Davis. Davis Hilo stitch Hengdian. Brooks will be with you in immunised. He just putting face on. We're in a hurry. Hey, what's that picture? You got in your hand, these miss Brooks. Let's see gosh. No. I know what you meant when you said she's putting on her face. Your head MRs Davis her head. Oh, he's probably got back in her purse. You get along with no head coming from you stretch a question like that could be very embarrassing. Leaders pictures been torn MRs David naturally, you said you just needed a snapshot of miss Brooks head for the yearbook all day. So we snip that part off for you. I get it. But MRs Davis could we have this lower part of the snapshot to when I don't see why not Walter when you get through with the yearbook you can pace both parts together. Again, gosh, I may say so miss Brooks figures, you're beautiful in a bathing suit spatially in that one Walter that's a French bathing suit. Yeah, how you like it stretch. I don't know. I don't understand French. So good..

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