18 Burst results for "Mr Crowley"
"mr crowley" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Band that I had really no idea about until you get into it as the Chili peppers connection which I thought was quite interesting. Yeah I was reading someone the Chili peppers as well and to be honest. It didn't look too much into the Chili Peppers. But obviously the blood sex magic is the blood sugar sex magic blood sugar sex magic. That's literally a nod to Crowley blood. Magic sex magic and drug magic word is three main ways of producing alleged magical results. Just I knew the sex magic connection but just looking at it now. Is that John for shotty. Whose whose guitar player in the bandages returned. Who's kind of the super weird genius of the guy of the of the group that crazy heroin addict in the past and kind of the missing ingredient when he leaves but it said that he was ver- of racist reader of Crowley biographies and Self Ben Works and he's inside the emptiness solo record featured a number of songs inspired by Crowley tax including emptiness? I'm around and six six six. Yeah a new. A new six was one of the songs because that was something that the pop the research because I was looking as well we talked on Elliott the way obviously bounds and and that sort of ilk there was a load of things he came up in a list of put together. So just run through a quick. We've obviously got ozzy with Crowley. But Mr Crowley got ministry sing the Golden Dawn and example voice in the Song Maiden Song Moon Child is named after just. Yeah Yeah Crowley novel and then I didn't know this surprised too. I thought so what burdens Dickinson actually wrote a film in two thousand eight called chemical wedding where Crowley Spirit comes in and possess were and let me take you on further in ninety eight before he before he rejoins maiden he wrote a record Gulf chemical wedding which had a lot of. I'm not sure if it was a concept record or not. There was a lot of William Blake and Alister Crowley kind of those late in eighteen hundred early nineteen hundred English. You know if you call. Crowley a philosopher. Whatever there's a lot of Crowley influence in that chemical wedding and then he did do the wreck The the movie I forgot about that. Yeah I've not seen as soon as I found out about the efforts of gotTa see this film like fact it's it's been written by Bruce Dickinson but it's also about Crowley it's it's an insane thing but talking about in popular culture. Obviously I mean there's more bands there. I'll just quickly run through you've got Marilyn Manson in misery machine their song. They say let's ride to the Abbey of Lima. The Carl the English pop group. They've got they referred to Crowley's diaries and a song called Liza Manic Street preachers. They haven't been a video rob Zombie Film. A thousand corpses. He plays Crowley read and one of his poems called the poets. Primal scream used spells in a song called Star and obviously what's the thing that's been on Amazon Prime? It was like a big sellin thing. Heaven and Hell no having an how David send some of the guy. I can't think it's rotten buying it written by Neil gaiman anyway but David Tannin's plays a character called Crowley in it and he's the devil so it's so prevalent in society and culture. It's unbelievable you got a bit now that when you research it you actually use It's hard to look away a Nazi and things. But that's what I mean like. There's something about that guy for the most historical figure but when you're looking through through the rock and roll lexicon is all over the place and it's just very interesting to me. Like even going through others rumored to be influenced include the doors a stone sculpture surrounded by the ban on the reverse side of the thirteen. Lp is alleged to be Crowley. Yeah a bookstore or probably a bust of Crowley yes. Stevie Nicks Crowley's confessions of a drug. Fiend was supposedly one of her favorite books. And then the stones at one point mic was tempted by Kenneth Anger to star as Lucifer in the Crowley influence film Lucifer rising yet. It's amazing I mean. Obviously the stone didn't jump because this stronger to go through a thing. Four you look at the stones obviously sympathy for the devil DOT COM out satanic maids request yet. So there's obviously links there with Jagger and Kenneth Anger's well like you say everyone seemed to have. I don't know whether it was just in vogue at the time you know. It was like a your. We'll do the same then if that's the thing to do but it's interesting. You'RE NOT GONNA get bigger bands and the Beatles led Zeppelin the Rolling Stones David Bowie. No and the role divall got links. It's insane to think about it. This one guy. Yeah the one guy and like I mentioned. Who'S NOT? It's not like we're talking about you know I mean Hitler is such an awful example. Because he was he was the true pitted me of evil. But if there was Hitler influences if there was even mentioned Churchill influences or Richard Nixon or whatever but something about Crowley even even way way bigger than than a man cinema for those people that are kind of influenced by by by Charles Manson which is so stupid but but Crowley kind of all of them of course he does. Yeah I mean it's one thing that the one that really shocked me in all honesty because at the type of music that I I know often was daryl hall from Hall and oates now. Obviously you like I know holding for like KISS. My Lips and things like that. And he recorded an album in seventy seven called sacred songs and he went on record discuss on the album to say that in one thousand nine hundred ninety four I graduated in the occult and spend six or seven years immersed in the Kabbalah ancient sex niece actually ancient techniques to use the will to create unimagined things are became fascinated with Alistair Crowley because he's the nineteenth century equivalent of me. Now that that's you know that's not the Guy Right your kisses on my lips it's eight. It's absolutely insane and also on the cover of the album. Interestingly if you look at the cover for sacred songs by Daryl Hall he's given the right hand salute which is a gesture even which is every time you look at a pitcher Payton or statue of the goat daily Bath Mat is always a big symbol in satanism. That's the the symbols doom of his right hand and that'll holes do not on the front of his album. It's I don't know but maybe there's an answer in what he says there were were saying. I wonder why everybody that we're talking about the assume some sort of you know like relationship with them. Because if he says there he seen as the nineteenth century equivalent of me maybe because of that rebelliousness and to try and do something different. It could be as simple as it could be. I just you know what's being introduced to this guy front from Ozzy. I just did a quick search and found that the story behind it and said the song was inspired by a book about Alister Crowley which Osborne had read and a deck of terror. Tarot cards they were found in the studio recording. The album is commencing. But here's the interesting. The song helped ozzy play up his mock satanic image. Should we discussed? He said Ozzy mispronounces Crowley's last name. It is in fact pronounced with the first sign of the grow. When Grohl he was born they scattered the after birth. Because he had a birthmark shaped like a swastika. Have you heard this? Yeah head of that before. I mean I know the pronunciations. I mean it's talking about Croly by because I say sally and I say I say croly bull and I will show you had many an argument with people. It's Bowie Bowie. There's another there's another connection between Crowley and Bowie or Bowie and croly exactly. Let me to the point where. I was saying to partner back before that was like listen. I'm going to say Dowie. And then she went bowie and all right. Well I'll say Bowie then and abuse both throughout this but it's interesting as well because it could be easy to think that all of this is just a Fad. That went through the seventies and sixties. And you know and we've only touched on all right. Maybe with the exception of Barry Bowie in black star and it's all being left in the past books to bring it up to present day. You can go. Anyone can do unless you know if you look a few years ago Jay Z. Or Hoodie and across the front that are Hoodie. It says do what. Thou wilt and with the spelling of statement. It's exactly yeah. It's not just something he's made up beyond says now started to sport a buffer. Met Ring as well. You can see photos of it and there's a look you can very easily go down a rabbit hole if you google too much about that and there's a lot of nonsense on there but some things that can't be denied that she does wear a bathroom at ring and in the alter ego that she does. Which kind of linked by you know the not. Many people have an alter ego but she in the Sasha fierce character does she does she wears a bodice which is meant to be designed to look like a motorbike fronts. Like with handlebars and stuff. But the patent or the painting on bodice is a horns a goat's honed. Goat's skull similar bath mat again. It could all just be a coincidence likely. Same bottom given the in the past of Bowie Jimmy Page Daryl Hall. People like that. It's not beyond the realm of comprehension. That it could be just more than fashion. Why the spot on these sorts of things so as we start to wind down here. So you've heard that. They scattered his after birth. Because it a birthmark shaped like a swastika. Yeah I mean in truth. I've read. I didn't WanNA put your net because there's also there's a lot of things which can't be totally verified. Which do I think adopts who is mystique reputation as the wickedest man on earth? So there's the after birth being scattered. There's the swastika on the head. This apparently the fact that his first wife went into a mental institution is second wife went into a mental institution. He had four partners will kill themselves but then you look into the story and also at his funeral which is. Kinda true apparently the recited a poem or a prayer to Pan which mentioned rape analysts. Kerryon partly true but the other stuff you know when is what I did go into a mental institution. But she was now and she lost a child. You know so. There's a lot of things that may not be down to to Crawley. Be An an evil spell devil conjurer that people have said said. That's about thing that's happened. Let's associated with him. He's probably done that. You know what I mean. It was funny because nine hundred forty seven when he was born the Swastika and have that connotation anyways because excessive cracking point very good point you just quickly go through the lyrics of Mr Crowley. I like I said which when you're twelve thirteen fourteen embedded in the back of your head. So it's supposed to. Crowley what went down in your head Mr Crowley. Did you talk to the dead? So did he talk to the dead? Yeah I mean most of his Spells were to get in touch with data fees and higher powers. He spoke to the dead whilst in Egypt. Spoke to a few alleged spirit started resided in that area where he was staying prior to then getting the messages from the Messenger of Horus as he put it but he did speak to. The DAD is main focus was dealing with daddy's. He didn't do that much Ouija Board. Where if you like all spiritualism it was more about getting into the ATHOL spirits as opposed to deceased your lifestyle to me seemed so tragic with the thrill of it all you fool all the faithful of magic. You waited on. Satan's call now that's a crock can learn. So was there ever so there was actual direct connection. 'cause you're talking with the god of Horace all these things was it actually ever a shall we say a Demon Satan if you will. Growly was delving in that as well. Yeah I think he would only refer to Satan by name the names he's known by Lucifer etc ripple like we said the spell. He was doing up. Alaskan house which took six months to prepare that required to summon the twelve kings and Dukes of hell so he was aware of demons and stuff that he could could summon up. Apparently the reason he was so many of them up with to remove them from his personality so that he would be pure two meters Guardian Angel. So he would. Apparently you'd have to conjure up this demon of hell and it would be safer example. The Demon of Jealousy or the devil of Jealousy and have a conversation with the devil of jealousy to consider some sort of agreements of how it could be removed from. But it's interesting because this bells that he was using particular spell is a derivative of the lesser key of Solomon which intrudes could be an entire different podcast because the demons within the lesser key of solemn. It's basically a conjuration book of how you can get in touch with demons. On every team that's listed in there. They again started to creep into modern parlance and modern society. Like hereditary deals with the demon. That's in that book that Crowley would have been used in You know all of these demons starts pouting in modern culture. Now like the lack..
"mr crowley" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Mr crowley. You went in. A career in journalism for heard it proffered last night that these reductions oddly show job security on the part of Muller. What the Muller team is not doing is spewing their argument. Yeah. In regular increments. They have the confidence of a continuing investigation to say, we know so much that we can't share. But trust us. This is going on to my point that can't give an air of confidence to the White House. You cover. No, that's right. You know, Bryan. If you have a dying man he would want to unload all secrets before his disease finally caught up with him, and he was gone from this earth and wouldn't stop talking wouldn't stop sharing stories turn on the tape recorder. How all these things to record for posterity. So the analogy applies to Muller. This is a guy who figuratively speaking in the investigative sense thinks that he has many days ahead of him. And that he is able to withhold information that he doesn't feel like for instance, that attorney general acting attorney general Mark Whitaker is about to find a way to shut down or limit his probe. If he thought that was the case he would be trying to get much more information out into the public sphere knowing that if his probe was down his work may never see the light of day. We don't know for sure that that's the case. But I think it's a reasonable hypothesis. So the more reductions the more I think we can infer that mothers feeling confident he's not feeling like he's about to get sacked or that Whitaker's about. Quietly. Muzzle him. I would say that as far as understanding these reductions, Brian, I think tonight, we have a little more clarity. So there are three categories three investigations that Flynn cooperated with one is the basic twenty sixteen election interference by Russians and whether the Trump campaign colluded another is in a criminal investigation about which no other details are offered a third one. No details whatsoever offered we don't know if it's criminal. We don't know if it's counterintelligence it appears to me based on reporting by the New York Times that the second one this criminal investigation. That is not described involves Turkish lobbying in Washington that that Flynn appears to have been party to his firm took a large amount of money from basically, what looks like a cutout for the Turkish government among other things. He published really pretty sleazy op Ed in the hill newspaper, just after the election going after a prominent sort of Turkish she might call him dissident. It's. Complicated. But the point is Brian that the New York Times reported that that investigation has been handed off to federal prosecutors in Virginia the way I read between the lines both in that time story going back and looking indictment. I think that probably is that second category. So we still have the one mystery category about which we could private all kinds of theories, we just don't know. And like all of the guests on our broadcast. Jeremy bash we've learned when Mr. fig Losey speaks. We usually sit up, and listen, I wanna share with you another comment. He made today to Nicole Wallace. We'll talk about it on the other side, look for this mystery criminal case to possibly involved another country meddling with the election and Flynn having knowledge based on what's already been reported about certain lines of questioning look for Saudi look for Turkey to be subject to investigation on the degree to which they tried to assist. The Trump campaign end or middle with the election. So Jeremy just a different version of what Michael was saying. And I love how cavalier. We've become just assuming the first category is oh that time when Russia hacked into our presidential election, and we're under an ongoing electronic attack as we have this conversation. So Jeremy, what do you make of Michael's analysis, and and Franks, well, there are two categories of things that we don't know one might involve other countries trying to meddle in the election like Turkey or others or engaging in foreign influence operations in Washington. But there's another category of things that may have been redacted that may be things that Muller knows about to include specific conduct by Donald Trump or his inner circle that really go to the heart of whether or not there was an agreement between the Russian federation the Trump team going into the election and during the transition and if it's that latter category..
"mr crowley" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Are we go? Yes, quite appropriate for the master of the dark arts. So at this time, Mr Crowley. Notice I say Croly and Crowley. We learn from our mistakes people at this time. He's known as the wickedest man in the world. He's got quite the reputation. Yeah, he's an English occultist ceremonial magician. Conman all these things scam artists yet. Novelist does weird things in old ancient Egyptian temples. Yeah, and an explorer. He is a British fellow born in eighteen seventy five. And as you said he is the founder of maybe he would say the discoverer has a prophet of the OT. Oh, and. When when Parsons is I going to these things? He's he's a young guy. He's in his like early twenties. In, he's seeing something that he would. He would have never seen before. Right? He is watching. Magical rituals. Yeah, being performed and this affects him deeply. But it's easy to say that someone sees a ritual and it affects them deeply. That's what religion is about. Yeah. These rituals are much more graphic than the typical rituals you would encounter in most organized religions? Yeah. Because we're talking about sex magic. Ultimately, we're, we're talking about chaos, magic rituals that a lot of times involved blood and other bodily fluids in acts of carnal nature. Let's say. In this is you know he gets married in nineteen thirty five. And then now we're in the late thirties at this time as he's really kind of coming into his own as a scientists in this field. It's like you said at that same time, this is before World War Two. This is before a lot of the huge advancements in his career as he's beginning to go to these meetings. But he is like fairly newly married, and I don't know. I can't imagine what that relationship was like behind the closed doors. Now, what it was like knowing that your husband is out going to these things? Well, every relationship is a foreign country down ranked each each interaction we have with any other person, especially romantic interaction obeys its own laws and rituals. Yeah, for sure. And will end the fact that the whole sex magic blood magic thing is not the only thing going on, oh, there's also a ton of spoken word essentially, invocation. Nations, ritualistic, chanting, and so on. And there's there's drinking. There's more than a dollop of headed his them as they're conducting these rituals. There's also the consumption of various things like. This Mason gross to some people, but cakes meat of menstrual blood. For instance, at Mason gross to people. I don't want to denigrate someone's religion just because it's not my thing because that a thing is that I think outside of this group. Menstrual cake. I do not know. Menstrual cakes. I don't know. Matt. Okay. I guess it's kind of like the placenta eating the placenta after birth, which is become a thing is quite popular. Yeah, I look. I'm not in the OT. Oh, understood. I'll be. I'll be explicit about that. Okay. All right, more or I'm not in the I am not currently in the OT. Oh, okay. But they're still around today? Yes, they are in shoutout to any of you who are currently members of the organization or have been affiliated with it, we'd love to. We'd love to hear more about this stuff. Yeah. If you want to explain menstrual cakes, I'm all ears. You seem very fascinated with this. I guess that's what you could call it. I'm concerned. You wish you could see this face mess making. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe you're perplexed, maybe that's a better word. This group is practicing cruel. He's flossy of flea mo- which is at base kind of I read it described his religious libertarianism. Yeah, which I thought was pretty pretty neat way to encapsulate it..
"mr crowley" Discussed on KGO 810
"American. Domestic politics right now which from the distance of ten thousand kilometers look confusing from the distance of no kilometers whatsoever here. In, New York I now see that. The confusion might be on purpose the two major parties Republican and democrat are changing to the point that they might. Be disappearing and what takes their place Dan a very good evening to you it did, not occur to. Me that what was happening to the Republican party was also happening in the Democratic Party but. If you line up a recent phenomenon such as the surprising election in New York Diss dislodging the fourth. Most powerful member of the house of representatives for the Democrats Mr Crowley for a new and fresh face a Cossio Cortez. That, does need some explaining along with. The weakness that the Republican party showed most recently at the twelfth see the twelfth CD in Ohio so Dan are. The parties aware that they're vanishing right before their own is good evening to you Dan John well I would not go so far as to say they're vanishing but I think it's something similar to that they are basically. Shape shifting they're becoming something, than what they thought they were and I think, it's happening in both cases under pressure from, Donald J, Trump, the Trump. Phenomenon is leaning on both parties now we know how it's going in the Republican party there was an argument over whether it is the party of. Trump or the party of the Republicans and Trump is pretty much enforced is way in they're not really being president but by the way he travels the country campaigning what these enormous rallies on behalf of candidates white tribe Alderson and Ohio. And the challenge the question for. All these, candidates is a Republican candidates is whether to align themselves lock stock and barrel as it? Were The Trump agenda no matter what the local politics might be in the middle of Ohio or northern Virginia or central New Jersey Or to try. To go their own way and on the democratic side you. Know Trump has simply driven the opposition crazy and what he did I think over there was to bring the progressives and. Socialists I dare. Say roaring to the surface and the now to a, large extent have gained control of much of, that party the, so-called resistance the Trump resistance is driving politics on the democratic side which is creating something years of its own You know on Anastasio Cossio Cortez wins a one house race, in Queens New York and suddenly Tom Perez is calling her the future of the Democratic Party well. That may be, but the progressive candidate who is running for. Democratic nomination for governor in Michigan came in second to a moderate democrat a. Woman who will be running. For governor so between New York and the west coast regressive candidates are not exactly cleaning up. About because of Trump they, seem to, be older and the cat birdseed I'll say I want to. Concentrate on the Republican stand because there was much news about. The twelve CD this these last days the striking voice was the governor of Ohio Mr. k. sake who was a rival. For the campaign. In two thousand sixteen he ran for president it it, appeared that Mr. casick was against his own Party on then again at, appeared Mr. Kasich was four elements of his own party it's. As if it's a it's a buffet of republicanism going on, is that part of the weakening Dan that the never Trumpers might just be a phase and that. We're moving to, something else they kind of as you say. The Fairweather Trumpers the only on Tuesday Trumpers or the never on Trump and never Trumpers except for Sunday. Are we are we breaking up like that Dan Something like, that I mean you know John casick once again there was not exactly an admirable performance in Ohio he ultimately endorsed tripe, Alderson but it was pretty tepid and -dorsements insofar as the president had been there last Saturday with this big rally? So casick didn't want to give? Any Aid and comfort to that the non but the more serious, question is there look Ohio twelve at least among competitive house races has got to be weighted as heavily towards. Republicans as any district out there and in the event tribe Alderson finished in virtual dead-heat with his democratic opponent John. Shadow one that, by at least between, five and, ten points, but it, was less than one something was going on and some sort of downward pressure on the Republican vote. And I think indeed. It was, and it's, going to be deciding, the picture of the house decided in the suburbs. In that case the suburbs, around Columbus Delaware County Franklin county Wigan county neither upper middle class suburbs that I think have a significant measure. Of what I called fair weather Trumpers They're not never, Trumpers their fair weather, in the, sense that, they like, a lot of the policy results they liked what the tax cuts and deregulation is doing. A strong economy They probably don't like the trade, war because, a lot of them work for companies that are involved in global trade and I suspect many of them, simply are, rubbed the wrong, way by the, president's ever. President president personality and many of them clearly stayed home the. Republican challenges how. To get them to move off of their. You, know their. Living room, couches, in November get over, the Fairweather Trump is, I'm and vote for the Republican candidates that's the. Challenge then the Democrats have Cossio Cortez against Mr Crowley that's well well, explained however as I understand it the candidate in Ohio Mr. O'Connor spoke against Mrs. Pelosi during the campaign so there appears to be a weakening and the. Democratic discipline as well which is. Not which is not what you would expect to find in a in a party out of power that's. Marching to wave election the there's something there's something frazzled in the Democrats As well Dan Yeah there's kind of a separate set of fractures going on there and all of them run. Through Nancy Pelosi the first political Pelosi wants, some work progressive but non emerged after the election of the resistance, that I described Nancy Pelosi moved smartly and quickly to. Associated with it she became kind of. A over progressive like, I said earlier it's not at all clear that out there, in middle America that's sign of that kind of progressive politics is. Succeeding at all I think a lot, of moderate Democrats the sort of run for office in Michigan and Ohio and Pennsylvania are worried that the parties heading towards something similar to the nineteen ninety nineteen seventy to wipe out of George McGovern by Richard, Nixon younger Democrats whether they are moderates are progresses are shaping. Under The burden of the. Leadership, that is well into it seventies Nancy Pelosi Steny Hoyer the rest of them many of the gerrymandered members. Of the house and they want their shot, at at running the party and the direction of house representatives and, she will not get out of the way so yeah. The Democrats are fighting among themselves they. Don't have a clear, message and probably if the moment they're going to take control, of the house not a sure thing though John a lot can. Happen in the next two months there, could be more cracks along the way Daniel Haniger the deputy editor of the page of the Wall Street Journal welcoming being me back to American domestic politics which is which is a lot more difficult than foreign, affairs John.
"mr crowley" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"Back to this week show doing special show in honor of the us festival medal day which was some thirty five years ago this past week so throughout the show will be playing snippets of live performances from the band on metal day our number one we did some quiet riot motley crue later on this hour will have judas pre i know to bands that we won't be doing our triumph and scorpions triumph of said the wanna go there pry pissing people off scorpions there are some stuff online from the scorpions us festival nineteen three but it's very bad audio so i wanted to not subject the listeners to very bad audio so not doing scorpions but there has to be we are also later this hour triple thrash threat for moshers get ready for some moshen later this hour also some heche news as well so it's kickoff hour number two with a set from ozzy osbourne back in nineteen eighty three labor day weekend kick it off performance of mr crowley cluding coming up crazy training paranoid jazz festival nineteen three iraq king crazy.
"mr crowley" Discussed on WEEI
"Avatar updated photo our team photo we took last week with you and curtis curtis photoshop out of the picture in a different photo where he's on life support on my deathbed the real takeaway is how fat ken is in the picture but still you still know this obviously we can extralarge turtle boy sweatshirt little tight around the midsection okay you can't wear it he won't wear it doesn't fit so you need double xl big tall says a big big and tall off over there to get my socks you don't get your socks yes those are only good in the summer you know that right you're going to today to day on friday yeah i got you're going to get you that pair sacks i kinda lobby for bills city hooked me up a good excellent all right chris go ahead free water to if you want the fridge you got it for us really good guy i got a case of water good morning guys morning while it was a big night for the socialists and the democratic party this is good this is good a twenty eight year old democrat socialist just ousted mr crowley ten term congressman in new york who had been an outspoken advocate against donald trump so trump obviously took this very well last night's tweeting wow big trump hater congressman joe crowley who many expected was going to take nancy pelosi's place just lost his primary election to a socialist bernie bro although she's a girl but right open borders wipe israel off the map you know welfare for everyone that's the face of the democrat party now at twenty eight year old socialist jesus is going to be a congress congresswoman from new york i keep asking these people you know everyone's oh there's no way trump's gonna win no way trump's come with the trumpeters okay okay fine who's running against he's running against a radical leftist either elizabeth warren or kamala harris i mean cory blinker wipe them off the please hits he's he's running get someone who's going to get like six votes between new york and california win all the states that they always win but nothing new i mean they're not going to joe biden was ninety by bernie sanders is a big announcement yesterday on this term bloomberg's going to be the one that takes the president michael bloomberg ran for president for twenty years alexandria okay co cortes was the challenge who won one big by the way this guy crawl we thought he was going to be the house speaker when the democrats took control he was going to succeed yes nancy pelosi she's a bu grad and she ran on the platform of abolishing ice fishing ice that's such a good idea encourage all my friends on the left democrats to keep running on that abolish ice which not only you know tries to stop the invasion over the southern border but they handled lots of child trafficking sex trafficking child pornography cases wants to boast gone out there's another big afternoon for trump as the supreme court upheld his travel ban and he discussed it yesterday supreme court ruling was a tremendous victory for this country and for the constitution supreme court ruling was eighty tremendous victory for the ruling shows that all of the attacks from the media and the democrat politicians are wrong and they turned out to be very wrong other countries it's called i'm sorry you can't come in you have to leave i called it was called another officials titles i've never seen that i find it amazing i know whatever trump does you have the usual knee jerk opposition anything he does anything he says they're against but.
High-ranking House Democrat dealt surprise defeat at NY polls
"It's the talk radio countdown on kgan past the hour you have found yourself in the clutches one more time of conversation i like that i could be a new motto victoria the collections conversation here for us to go through what's in the news and dissect it maybe we can intersect with images okay imagery in my mind here today wednesday the twenty seventh of june victory acumen with kerr show in jennifer is out today for various reasons we get a laundry list of the most important thing is that she's not here victory is let's get started with some of the trending items this hour well so we've got some primary news from last night mitt romney hardly broke a sweat on his way to capturing the republican nomination in utah's senate race he earned seventy three percent of the vote he also had president trump's endorsement this time they've had kind of an on again off again bromance and so this time i guess they're on again and it worked for mitt romney there's really no surprise there but there was a huge upset in new york last night people still are buzzing about this and this is probably going to be trending all day representative joseph crowley who's the fourth ranking democrat in the house was ousted in a shocking defeat to a twenty eight year old woman her name is alexandria oh causa cortes and she's twenty eight years old she's a political activist she was actually an organizer for bernie sanders presidential campaign and the last time that mr crowley who's now fiftysix had a primary challenger was two thousand four she wasn't even old enough to vote yet so this has been considered one of the most stunning upsets in at least a decade why where we know about him and his record and what he stands for versus her there's probably not much she has a clean slate so that's an advantage he has been seen as a as a possible successor to nancy pelosi if she was going to step aside in the midterms and that he would actually become the democratic leader of the house and so that's a huge upset and now having this very left progressive young woman take his place is just it's a district whereas in new york area she's district twelve i believe that's the main district that covers all of manhattan and part of part of brooklyn queens and her victory party was in the bronx so we're going to be hearing a lot more about her she's obviously going to be introduced now on a national platform and she will face anthony pappas who is the republican candidate in november in the general election and republicans do to well in manhattan typically no yeah not typically but so it's kind of surprising that that this that this young woman who's so left and very aligned with bernie sanders way of thinking and i think just a real shakeup for the democratic party which i think they need we know we we talk about that a lot here it's just it can't be the same old same old and so having this very elected that will be able to even philosophically there are differences good to have different points of view very important here didn't preview but who can get away who's mature enough to be able to hold onto his or her values or the value see what always bothers me in these circumstances is these people put a focus or a premium on their own political philosophy which is not it goes completely against the grain of the constitution and at representative government your represent setting people it's not about you it's about them and what their preferences are i think the best representation i can ever remember a state senator here in massachusetts used to take a poll almost every week on the important issues and he invariably would vote whatever his constituents told him to vote it was according to the polls whatever the issue was i can remember a dozen different issues but the issues are important for this discussion it's what people said they wanted that's what he voted because he said that's my job i'm not here to represent me i'm here to represent you and so your vote or your interest or your positions are what i want to represent which is really what it's all about and all these maniacs that's really where we have gone wrong here and really gone wrong it's interesting because you know she's she's a latina woman she's young she's very progressive totally.
"mr crowley" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Competition one of the guys songs ever written shout for the the live now version as well with the let me see of secret headlights is five ever yeah yeah not contests nothing to i've really is just and seeing is funny i saw don airey the other day once again it metallica and say this is don airey from deep purple and i was like screw that it's in knows the keyboard player from rainbow keyboard player from ozzie and that's my generation of don area and i don't know who wrote that part i would assume dawn airey did and that's hopefully got songwriting credit on that and just put the i think you know if you're i think he did i think he did roy randy wrote that part and you rich or anything about that or yes he wrote it i've seen him in interviews talking about or leno don wrote it credited dole no i mean it's an intro so the thing is is that that it's the most famous keyboard peace and all of heavy metal but little jump no i won't call jump heavy metal okay gotcha yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah i gotta go with you on that one i played it on marcy woods fingers rich what do you think yeah it's it's definitely mr crowley in here in here's my saad you say that because i thought you might get pretentious on me own on no no but here's why mr crowley's the bread crumbs for diary madman thaw it is the gateway the gateway into that that's where i think when they wrote mr crowley i think that was all of these guys playing that song live in recognizing that this was such a unique song and that it then became kind of the blueprint moving forward of that kind of dark and randy's move from quiet riot rock guitar player into classical guitar hero in that was really the gateway because the solo mr crowley obviously is one of the greatest in history and again it was ozzie entering evil meatloaf territory you could actually see him on stage the performance it's so animated in the ways telling the story that you know especially in the in the bridge vocal it's like you could just see.
"mr crowley" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"That appeal to a mass audience more you know and i think i think i think blizzard is more of an audience record and diary is more of a musicians record that's quite clear from an office that's percents place all the songs yeah that's why many more of the songs from blizzard tend to be more in the set because they just have that kind of you know the average person who doesn't play anything and that's not to sound like you know elitist or anything but you know when it comes to music and people who don't really have any kind of musical background it's like things eager meal to them yeah well people think either appeal to them or they don't you play something for somebody they either like it or they don't they don't necessarily can't say why it's just like i like that and i think the songs on blizzard if you played them for somebody who's never heard either album and just an average person who doesn't have any you know musical background or whatever they would probably choose the songs on blizzard just because melodic ly there's something about them that that is a little more mainstream once again suicides way better live than on the record because it's got loose solo and i'll never forget ozzy grabbing jake's hairs he's doing it billy what's yours mine i'm going to go with believer from the intro into the verse riff is just frigging brutal along with the beat that's lay down behind that riff and the melodies that ozzy is singing and then if you get once you get into the bridge sets up bridge section and you start getting into the tar work that's going on there's lots of acoustic larry you know you get a layer of steel string acoustic a layer of nylon string acoustic and a so orchestral and then it has a great solo and yeah i'm going to believe so this this to me is where it starts distancing itself between the two records the second side it starts off with mr crowley versus little dolls and i'm gonna start mr crowley shits all over it's this mr crowley dude it's it's one of the most classic ozzy.
"mr crowley" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Right okay in england well let me put that okay well let me put that john kornblum looney let me let me put that to you britain and the western allies are convinced that russia was responsible is there any doubt in your mind that russia was in fact responsible there's no doubt in my mind that the british are careful and competent and i know how these systems work i was part of it for a long time and i know that this has all been checked out by the british with the cia nsa whoever with the other european services and i think that it's it's i it's incorrect to say there's no evidence whatsoever there's lots of evidence secondly of course there can always be a mistake i wouldn't never say that there can't be but this looks you know we have in american legal terminology beyond a reasonable doubt and right now i think that it is beyond a reasonable doubt that the russians are responsible for this and i think it is beyond a reasonable doubt that the whatever putin's motives were and i think mr crowley's discussion was exactly right probably putin's moser all three of those things that you mentioned i think that whatever his motives were that he has really really hit the west where it hurts in the west has responded very dramatically and strongly that is the real bottom line of this issue and i personally think that they are responsible for it but even if they weren't the west is just decided enough.
"mr crowley" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"I can't if he can't be their representative this this is good your frankie fibers does the are frankie five boroughs this is great bosses here hello mr crowley welcome how you made it in two days in a row you look until the new of this guy the hollywood handle this guy george hamilton of general manager sure why i opened that door let me go out and pretend i didn't good morning how are you here we are here we're up when we were adam never misses show you're amazing my kind of be like i'm going to be like to break lou gehrig's record you know and i think you've done consecutive show right that's the campaign we'll carry on i was thinking when i saw the snow we had that meeting in your office yesterday the snow but that's i met it snowed and you said they'd be and you lost your morning guy and then you said to me let's go to dinner with dr rock positano mike dear friend who bought me over and i said i gotta get back what do i always say i gotta get back to the you whenever you do anything what did he say giants really tremendous job you had the vision your our grand high exalted mystic ruler as the old thanks jerry thank you said listen it's ten minutes after seven o'clock at the boss.
"mr crowley" Discussed on WCHS
"It and so avenue that was going to go through because when you're just wasting taxpayer dollars if you're gonna be appear poorer uh a week or so in the baby and then for some payments may or may not pass you're wasting taxpayers dollars on that but to go back to the task uh on on uh of the pia it really needs to look at at wage i'm benefits i mean wage and benefits because the they they go hand in hand in other words there's going to be a certain amount of money that it's going to be allocated that task force with us the table has to be able to look at it and say where do we allocate the pa where do we allocate to salaries and how that says that all set i i i'm just trying to sort through this and of course that the the salary has already you don't like it i get that but that's already been passed and signed into law you can have a special session on education and focused on you can talk about the pay issue and maybe have a longterm plan but focus on pia and at every body in all around the table prior to that and figure out some options for pia you could do that could new deal now going christa but again everything that you do in pieri uh as mr crowley putin and you don't want to uh uh continue to put money in pin mtv be uh rate of inflation go up where while you you're still going to have possibly from uh but rate increase premium increases and without a salary increase how do you offset that you guys don't let you go christine i'll start with you is that um at people want it i if people want to know they w and i understand.
"mr crowley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Have a very difficult job and none of us quite frankly understand how difficult it is in the chairman is trying his darn best and i think he's done a better job then pass chairman's of trying to highwire a very difficult act and i appreciate it a late you'll back thank you mr timers even if i may uh in order we have mr crowley in dr david swelled mr crowley direct minds i would this would have precisely for the record that the former chairman of the committee used to refer to me uh as the crowly so just wasn't wasn't just the minority charles okay so uh yep they keeps chairman for kim to a colloquy with my friends from liquids develop on the suit um i know that this an effort is certainly the south to preserve both at developing post fellow uh architecture and the structures i read with great interest recently of i don't recall with periodical was in uh the attempt to preserve sleeve quarters of which are primarily is on private properties are throughout the south that they are crumbling and dumb withering uh and uh with this with the with this tax credit help to preserve of those structures as well thanks for that the question now the gentleman from new york on its long as at the buildings are certified by the department of interior and usually that's because they are on some sort of historic registry if these slide quarters which i think some of them are while qualify the yes they would be able to take advantage of the historic tax credit once again it has to be a certified building in the certifications done through state preservation bomb organizations as well as through uh the national park service rugova norman mural concerned that the state of life as it existed four of those were held in bond prior and during the civil war are that if these buildings were to be lost that that much that story would be lost as well as of a true that is appreciate the gentle ladies of amendment and i think it's important for our colleagues understand just what the impact will have on future generations if uh if his tax credit is nbc near the belts my tied to gently metal bob thanks not only will it affect on you know our history of.
"mr crowley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I urge a yes vote meals back jim new jersey reserves joe latest new york mr speaker i'm very pleased these thi year one minute to the gentleman from new york the chairman of the democratic caucus mr crowley the gentleman from new yorkers recognize for one minute you'll news time i looked at the pictures of juice to the goal was to the port to texas louisiana knows where and harken back to the sea bridges images i saw in new jersey and new york trump a new england all parts of the northeast after sambi dumb or also know the nypd the fdny will amongst the first responders to her down to texas to help our fellow americans at a time of crisis the mood are you also would like to point out i have no clue worthy town is that the gentleman from texas the poll mentioned enemy never ever go there remember governor town but i will tell you the speaker i don't need to go to the town to help those people they are americans are will help them the opportunity care we're back well they have a stall mike this the hits them i don't ask questions are i've ever asked you if you'd want edgewater in the bronx was are we prepared the vote immediately the help my constituents on sandy are wants to come out the wait till next week or thirty days from now or sixty days from now or 90 days to known as we can support we have to point out the hypocrisy when talking to stop the funding for going through reader pointed out the twenty nine republican caucus some texas park one mr karlsson voted against serb relief it must be understood that we all americans and i will steer to help every american who would indeed of how all the general you'll be thirty seconds jim was tom expired jim has not recognised young lady from new jersey new york reserves and the time reserve or else my term reserve generalized new yorkers recognize who's now mr speaker i am very pleased t of one minute to the gentleman from new york mr angle joe of new york's recognized woman i thank the german for yielding to me and i want to a pick up where mr crowley left off i'm for this aid i'm for this aid 100 percent we should help his people as americans we.
"mr crowley" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Simple whether it's true you approach people is people because we're all humans and we all have our own way of dealing with challenges underlie been whether they be spiritual or whether they be some sort of uh psychological equipping through uh hearing something or conducting a ritual to you know give a piece about where we go and live show i in doing that uh just believe you treat people as pe oil human beings and uh they no longer become you know um miss sally the route were heard mr crowley and she also happens to be a route so i think that that is a very important factor in the beginning of your book you you tell the story you sort introduces to the topic with two stories one is from africa and one is from a memphis about their almost the same story just in different places and involving different people as an introduction to the the subject one don't you go ahead sort of a and caps those tales as as a way to get into this oh sure well you know we uh what are one of the reader gain an understanding that what we see in contemporary society as it relates to really has a parallel in africa and among different indigenous tradition uh the book opens up telling the story uh about a a young person needing healing uh in africa and now a specific indigenous healer provide a particular a ritual went on particular amulet in in years of uh burning about spiritual healing and protection and things like this uh and it speaks to some of the aspects of african traditional religion like ritual wounded a nation an of honoring your ancestors and then we held one updated story in memphis about how a particular route worker was called upon uh by some one two white wise provide healing and uh perhaps create an amulet or ritual there would give protection of this individual one can also see those facet of ritual lin given nation and and respect korean investors and so uh what we see in contemporary hoodoo uh and we'll where he so as it began to manifest throughout the delta uh was a a new warning one of the indigenous traditions that we don't wanna herta um but let's talk a little bit about memphis them will come back to hoodoo itself oh you know we we.
"mr crowley" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"We will find you a warning from national director of national intelligence dan coats says the justice department announces a plan to prosecute government leakers attorney general jeff session says his office is taking a stand to end the culture of leaks undermining eric insecurity all of us in government can do better the first requirement is for discipline within all our agencies of a government session says active investigations of leaks has tripled in this administration at the department of justice is reviewing guidelines about subpoenas for journalist in 2015 the justice department required a dish no levels of approval before a reporter could be subpoenaed fox's jared halpern official washington is mugging out congress now on its summer recess president trump decamping to his gulf stayed daily new jersey all extensive heating and air conditioning repairs are done to the white house has been a verdict in the securities fraud trial of mark mr crowley the eccentric former pharmaceuticals ceo notorious for a price gouging scandal guilty of security fraud involving an f andy capital guilty of securities fraud and lobbying and andy health care and conspiracy to commit for purity products bridget do the acting us attorney of new york's crawley's attorney benjamin bronfman pointing out his client was cleared five other charges he's free on five million dollars bond pending sentencing a lawsuits been filed against the republican national committee and the republican party of virginia because congress did not appeal repeal the affordable care act bob hagman's as in his federal court lawsuits lawmakers raised seven hundred fifty five billion dollars over seven years promising to repeal obama care and then didn't that he claims is fraud he wants the rnc you'd want to give the money back or make lawmakers live up to their promises wall street h straight record closes the dow up nearly sixty seven points twenty two thousand muddy to fox news baron balance this report is brought to you by staples news.
"mr crowley" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Crawley i mean even ozzie as asanka mr crowley but his name was pronounced crowly because it runs with only ideas but you know you see him on the front so you have this whole example of human life and experience but would gets me was laugh magazine came out with the interpretation when the polls did rumors came out sixty nine and they noticed is open handover paul's head and they said that was a far eastern symbol of death of a person not saying would you find that far eastern some but on the worse i mean the easiest thing about it is that he's picked out of the other four he standing in the one position that a hand is raised over his head to say this one okay right now yet the beatles how they looked in nineteen sixty four the wax figures for madame to so's looking over at how they look today they're all dress the same in one they're all different the other probably a representation of how the music change in how they all putting contributions now just was on all and george right on and if you take a look at the base during this is the thing that when i saw this i thought somebody has really let is ride and deserves a heck of a lot of credit because it changes the whole history the surge represent them which is its fiftieth year anniversary so it's a good time to talk about it if you look the rumor was that the flowers were says beatles and notice it doesn't say the beatles says beatles which means like um.
"mr crowley" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"All of these things fit into the idea that something happened so let's go back to sixty seven and say that was the year that the clues refers placed now some people go back to the beatles yesterday and today because the title yesterday today the past present and then there's the famous picture that was the butcher cover right that they had on the cover that was banned with beatles kind of covered in raw meat and a doll heads yet another great urban legend was that the rigor company of was upset because the beatles made the picture to show how the american label had butchered arrabal taken as songs at a sequence but they obviously wanted to do this sir realistic photo but they pasted the new cover and with a new covered uc see paul mccartney sitting in a truck near the beatles are standing above him you have signs like nowhere man you know yesterday all these songs that a lot of people said maybe is sal dr robert here actor robert that was the doctor had an innocent other going back and that's the that was what i mean by going back in and making it fit with a sledgehammer because when they start now i know that if you take a look at the sergeant pepper cover the thing that really got me was that all of the people on the cover the abm is incredibly genius but i mean you have people who were tragic people who were comedians is like the yang everything of everything it alice stoorikhel people in yet alastair curley all the top role the left side was that our ser crowly allows the girl yes yes of course and then you have the on the right out right things that alisher coal auto his his yellow store together as the tavern down the street resembled the crowley said mr crowley's honest crowley and i always think it's kinda fun because when you talk about.