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"mr gore" Discussed on Edith!

Edith!

07:10 min | 4 months ago

"mr gore" Discussed on Edith!

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Ma'am are you staying here. isn't it. Uncouth mike couth is fine. Tumelty just go. Tomasi was right though. The first lady couldn't be seen gloating so i wore my morning veil and sat back in the balcony ready to savor every expression every twitch of senator logic defeat but as he approached the podium before even spoke even through my veil. It was like he was looking right up at me. i was. We'll call the vote on the ratifcation of league of nations sons reservations. But before we do. I received a letter from the president with a request Demand that. I read it before this vote takes place so about we dig into it. How folks no no. No no to the honorable majority leader henry cabot lodge. That's me and to all members of congress. That's all of you. I submit to you a great and solemn proposal. Great and sell the proposal cossack. Poetic president wilson. You can really tell when he wrote something himself. When he's reading someone else's pre written words i have no doubt the american people support the league. In fact i would gladly wager my presidency on this belief. My proposal is simple. I'm asking all members of congress to resign immediately. Oh and mmediately after we shall hold a snap election as a referendum on the league ratification. If the american people re elect the opposing congressman thereby voicing their disapproval of my leadership. I vow to resign from the presidency immediately. Hey laugh this is real. I am confident in making this gamble. The question remains are senator lodge and his supporters equally. Confident signed woodrow wilson. President of the united states of america. Right feeling pretty confident. I mean his speech earlier with those dramatic pauses and this letter not at all unhinged. So hinged fully hinged. What else do we need to know really about. We've ha it's okay. i have the votes. I have mr shields. May mr gore. A mr walsh. Mr walls mister mister. Excuse me excuse me lady and morning. Thank you out of my way. I exited the balcony. And i ran down to the senate chamber as quickly as i could but ram. Excuse me you can't enter the senate look. Look i'll i'll take off my veil hissy. it's me. I needed wilson. The first lady. I don't believe you but even if you were. The first lady doesn't have the power to enter the chamber during a vote or really ever stat. Now i'm gonna have to ask you to leave. No as i was dragged away. I heard all the death and destruction. I heard i'll work or legacy bomb. This'll torpedoed i all the times. I was insulted by the vipers surrounding to. What do you want even our had here. I was helpless. Just another first lady gentleman gentleman. Please let go of this woman. She is my guest year. chris. My apologies senator lodge. Yeah sure apologized to him eightieth. I wish i could say this is a new low for you. But i'm sure it's actually somewhere in the middle about. What was the forty nine. Thirty five college. Guess by the smugness in my voice which direction it when he stole that matter. Excuse me you stole it from trudy somehow believe what you want but maybe ask your little friend i. She seems pretty honest. I went back to the white house. And i search all the places i usually find trudy the study the south lawn the kitchen then i searched any nearby pet stores desert chops any park. She could feed some duck or squirrels finally resorted to checking the place. I'm pretty sure she spends the least amount of her time. Her whole edith. I just got back from the white house. Woodrow is resting now. He seems stable. Is everything is truly home. Do you wanna come inside. I heard what happened with vote. Jesus between that woodrow's health scare today. People are going to ask.

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"mr gore" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"mr gore" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Balance in the morning hates 6 10. It's Friday May 28th Good morning. Here we are. It's Friday. Oh, Friday. I gotta drive to La Hoya today. Oh, well, something or other for soccer. Get on the roads Early is really as you can. I'm going now. Okay? You guys just popped by to tell you I'm out, man. Last night, the I Heart ready. Mr Gore's the weekend. Ariana Grande, A just Another day. He was so neat to see people on stage doing music people in the audience dancing to music loving this, you know, especially when they would cut to people in the audience. They were so so excited and so seven right to know what those people did afterwards. E think some of them made babies. Go to Mars. It is impact performing a silk sonic so good you could tell, too. I think all the artists were like this was a big release for them as well to be on stage in front of an audience like that, you know when the weekend went up to accept his award, looked out to the crowd, and he's like Wow, a live crowd not used to this right? Right? Taylor Swift, accepting her award for best pop album for Folklore. Thank you so much for this award and for honoring an album that I'm so proud of you. I have to say thank you to the fans for making this album what it was because we all needed to escape into stories. Whether it was Movies or TV or film or music and the fact that you chose this album. I am so honored by that when she was giving her speech. I'm sitting there and I'm listening for any type of key story, right? Yeah. Okay, she said needed. What does that mean? She said escape. What is the acting like putting numbers together trying to figure out how to use your guts? Swifty's God Love you. You know, Jill became a swift you this past year. She's just.

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"mr gore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:57 min | 7 months ago

"mr gore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A few minutes about diabetes. Good morning, everybody. Jason and Alexis in the morning. My little one, then right along. Oh, he passed this year he was in Memoriam. Yeah, it's crazy way to bring it down. Done. Where to bring it down. I'm Jason. Lex, Don k g. I know George W. Bush is here. Former President George W. Hi, George. Yes. Linus DS George. Okay? Yup. Oh, so fun Cheese? Well, this point. It's just a dirge. Quite a painter. Did you see CBS Sunday morning? Oh, I saw all of the I saw. I watched all of his press appearances. If you guys haven't look, let me say this. I didn't agree with most of dudes policies dot dot dot I'm with Kenny. There is something there. Thank Kenny. He there is something affable about him. And I go back to what? You know. I don't know. People remember this? I should probably do a rabbit hole about this. No joke. People credit The Oprah Winfrey show with turning the election toward George W. In 2000, because know that yes, maybe I will do it as a rabbit hole because Oprah had rarely stepped into politics. And in 2000 that season, she decided to have both Al Gore. And George W. On the Oprah Winfrey Show. And young and forget how influential me that was really kind of at the height of the power of the Oprah Winfrey show. I mean, it actually exceeded that, but We're talking 68 million viewers and George are Al Gore came across wooden and did not come across. Thank you, Kenny. And it shocked everybody, because you know Oprah's Ideals and policy likes probably align more with Mr Gore and then George W. Came on that show and was beyond likable. Land. Old percentage for something. Yes, he was. He was funny. Yeah. Anyway, I'll do a rabbit hole in place some clips, but anyway, so, George, that food on your family? That's right. So many lines from the Internet. Yeah, this Internet funny. We can't forget this either. I'm George W. Bush and I approve this message. In fact, I think it is awesome E America. Hope.

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"mr gore" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"mr gore" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To three every day on this station. So it's talking with Bernie last week, and I mention the fact that a week ago today we could go today. In the spirit of Christmas. As we continue to play these beautiful Christmas songs. I went to the 12 O'clock Mass. Saint Patrick's Cathedral, where very sweet. It was very nice. Very nice Way had the discussion about the dog in the Nativity scene and the monsignor at ST Patrick's Cathedral, Monsignor Richie, he's gonna come in next Tuesday. Yes, I'm looking forward to that. That's gonna be great. He's gonna bless him and pray for all of us, especially Jed. And so he'll be here on Tuesday. So all I said was, I went to church. I'm Jewish. It's clear. I'm Jewish and a proud you, but I've been to midnight Mass. I want to charge last week. I think it's nice to see how other people do their thing. But you say it's clear that you're Jewish. But You're going to play a role on TV as an Italian. That's true. That is true of an Italian. In fact, it's funny. You mention that our friend William de Mayo went to Miami yesterday to scout out all the locations where we're gonna be shooting next month. Me and dice for that show. Gravesend and Italians are Catholics. That's true. So I was actually preparing for my movie role by going to ST Patrick's Your whole life. You're prepared for this movie wrong. You're right. I've always wanted to be Italian, but make a long story short, So Curtis, he always takes it to the next level. Curtis So I go to church and all of a sudden I want to be Catholic. He is Curtis and Juliet From a couple days ago, I heard shocking news This morning, Sid Rosenberg went toe a full mass at ST Patrick's Cathedral. He is considering converting and that would mean a reverse bris. I don't know how you do that was so inspired by the Mass that he's Yeah, and not only that. Not only was he telling about that about catching too well, no, I'll be complaining. Felling is like a crazy God. He's bringing the archbishop on the air and let's face it Burn on McGurk, legitimate Catholic Irish cat. He's saying you really wanted to this. You want to convert. From being a Jew to CAF, because you know Catholics always trying to convert. Think if we can convert it you that's like pearl diving. We go straight through the pearly gates. We go right to heaven, so they do this little bit. First of all, it's the monsignor, not the archbishop, who are the real Catholic here, but they do this little bit on the air, and I swear to you, Bernie, I swear to you between Twitter at Sid Rosenberg Facebook, said Rosenberg. Instagram at Sid Rosenberg. I must have 100 people sending messages going. Oh, my God. You really converting? I've got rabbis that it's saying What are you doing? It was well, you're right there with dove hiking that every big Jewish Riley, What are you doing was Let me just say this. You're dipping your toe. You want dipping your tongue a little bit first. It was the televangelist that guy and on Sunday morning I love him. Hope God! Hello, Steve. That was him, and now you're praying and ST Patrick's Cathedral. And inviting. You know the clergy into the studio? I would be suspect, too, if I was, Oh, my God. When you put it like that, Rabbi, you know you're right when you line up all these other things that I dont you hold it the whole Italian thing, right? And then I did yell and scream with the Jews for spreading the mumps and the measles and having 7000 people at a wedding and funeral, right? Maybe maybe Curtis is out. There's something I don't know. We'll find out. But I'm a serious note. I'm a proud you. Don't you worry. I love my religion. I love my people. But I am interested to see how the going on live from Dr. Very nice. Well, listen, you can spread yourself around. You know, you can take your chances with one or both. You take chances, right? You've been to show you've been to bomb it was you've gone to temple have right. Okay, so, but that was for a specific reason for the ceremony and somebody's getting bored. Mr Gore or somebody's getting married on funeral something you would never go to a temple on the high Holy day just to see what we're doing, You know, not for laughs or anything like that. No, that's what you did the other day. No, not for laughs. That was that was very solid just went. I mean, that that is a little little odd, but the God bless. Well, welcome to the fold. It's gonna get worse today, Curtis I'm going back again today. Yes, I am. I've decided everyone's them going to the noon Mass at ST Patrick's Cathedral. It's very spiritually no matter what to nominate whatever religion you are beautiful. They sang song, and the structure itself was gorgeous. It really is. That's where I graduated from high school. We had my summer room. My ceremony was there at the same passion is so cool. Yeah. Because I got my degree. They handed me my degree. So you obviously you didn't hold it against your church and the priest? What happened to you? When you were an altar boy? You moved on from his Hello. We'll take a short break with backward into this You condone depends on us and Abel. There's 77. W ABC. Alexis skill at home. Download this 77 w A b c mobile app on your phone. Don't miss a minute Talk radio 77 w A. B. C W A B C traffic.

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"mr gore" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"mr gore" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Time of the week. We're creative, Tony and myself, select a couple of players that we like. And we said we wanted to touch on this guy. Tony, we didn't get an opportunity. But Jeff Wilson Junior came up. I our last week for the 40 Niners. He did play second fiddle to Ah T really most of us. We expected and That Ram's Runde got real tough in the second half, and it was up to Nick Mullins to kind of make it happen. I like Jeff Wilson Junior. I trust Jeff Wilson. Probably at this point second, most of any 40 Niner running back. I've got Tevin Coleman on a roster. He was out still last week, sort of remains to be seen. In the camp er, no food in Studio League. I'm in a situation where guys on Bye week. Some people are missing Road, Joe. Maybe you're a Christian McCaffrey on Mike Davis guy, and you don't have either of them this week. Jeff Wilson Jr has like a goal line option for me is not the worst play. I don't think no, definitely not Everybody I think had 12 carries for 40 yards last week. I don't love it. I don't love it. But I do think that he's got the potential T O running backs in that offense with with most of the McKinnon, it's more in the past game running backs in the shit head on. Fence generally what he doesn't give it to one guy. The whole game is my point, except in the NFC championship game last year, and I think whatever coming obviously must win games for the 40 Niners to stay alive in the playoff hunt. Don't think McKinnon is going to see the ball much on my Nana. I just I think it's going to be a Mostert 60 Wilson 40% mix is kind of what I would bet on. For Monday night against the Bills. Well, it's also a situation now where the 40 Niners need to make sure guys are healthy to back into this season, so it's them against the world. I like Jeff Wilson again. If you're in a tough spot he's available out there. Maybe it's a flexed I I don't think he's got a super high ceiling. You're sort of banking on a touchdown. But, hey, I'm telling you this because I'm probably riding with him. He's my running back this week. All right. So you know what? I'll go running back right again against you. Dude, you're talking 40. Niners present day I'm going back to 40 Niner lore with Mr Gore. I just wonder rhyme and I just wanted also, you know I was big on P. Ryan early in the year. Obviously, that's faded. Do Gore last week. 18 carries 74 yards the week before that. 15 carries 61 yards. 33 carries 135 yards and last two weeks. I like Gore this week against the Oakland Raiders of Sad. Listen to me, the Los Vegas ratings. I think that Gore actually eclipses the 100 Yard Raiders give up about 115 yards a game on the ground. I think Gore will get the ball at least 15 times, if not 15 to 20 and eclipses 100 guards and maybe even gets into the end zone, Frank or against Las Vegas Raiders at home. It's so funny, you mention that because that's probably the other running back. I've gotta start this way. How they got guarded, so I've been such a tough spotted. I've been such a tough spot with the right door. With the running back position. When it comes to quarterbacks this week. You know, I really like did we were talking about about Ryan Fitzpatrick or to whoever is going to go up against the against the Bangles defense? I really like Taysom Hill this week at the Falcons, right? We saw what he could do on the ground a couple of weeks ago. He's been a top 15 quarterback and total fantasy points by quarterbacks over the last couple of weeks. 10 Terry's 40 yards to rushing touchdowns in that span, So I'm gonna take him. I love that The Falcons are team gives a point Saints back Indoors this weekend Tasting hills. A guy who's out there, he's available of leagues daily fantasy. Another hit on that for you. Taysom Hill is my quarterback this week. Somebody's gonna be playing more daily fantasy. I have a feeling I'm getting the fixed ur Jones and funny you mentioned taste them. I thought about taking tasting, but I'm also going to take the may be the hottest hand in all of laugh. One of the hottest hands in all of football. Kirk Cousins man at home against Jacksonville last the last four games for cousins. 105 completions out of 147 1133 yards, 11 TDs one pick that is Scalding hot the Jags. They've given up the third most fantasy points, two cubes this season, and they've given up 103 fantasy points per game. Two opponents. I just think that You know, you think that Jacksonville will be playing from behind the whole game, so maybe because it won't throw us much. That's the only risk. But like I said, the Jags of the third most fancy points, two cubes. Sometimes it works out where the points that he gets thrown early or the all of the points of that guy needs, And then you can sit down in the in the blowout. So exactly I'm not played off. Um Forest Pass catchers go. We give you a running back? We gave you a quarterback. We've been told the Houston today. I actually really do like per your notes earlier on the on the Indianapolis secondary. I actually do like Brandon cooks this week. Will Fuller was getting 22% of the targets from Shawn Watson last week. So I'm gonna look Tioga. Brandon cooks us, which is really just kind of eat the other guys. Sorry. That's the guy I like the most. I really am confident in Jarvis Landry. He's finally starting to benefit from Odell Beckham Jr. Not really being there for a while. Remember, I was saying Jarvis Landry understand, uh, pond. He was basically a Nstar double for a couple of weeks. He just was not finding the end zone. You might have one or two touchdowns now on the season after last week, Jarvis Landry, playing out of the windy, rainy Cold scenario last week led to some production..

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"mr gore" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"mr gore" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Right here? Hang on decision I accept. I accept the finality of this outcome, which will be ratified next Monday in the Electoral College and tonight for the sake of our unity is Pull on the strength of our democracy. I offer my concession. Yeah, but he's giving light love and save her. Dan. What is it that you think that you don't have confidence in her can have confidence in spite explain that well, it's not the candidate who determine who's in the White House, right? It's the voters, right? So when Mr Gore and Mr Lieberman punk out and don't even explain why, when I invested my vote my time collecting money for these scumbag powers. That throws a monkey wrench in my confidence. It's all about the perceived integrity of the system. And when the media over the Trump campaign is very biased against Donald Trump, I don't think you're gonna get Trump supporters. They're going to accept that you've given him a good break point, And I know that this is a sore spot for you. But do you think that they're just throwing this out there? That may be an argument can be made that core even though He had a righteous case for the best interest of the country. What he felt was the best interest of the nation. That he was gonna step back and and say that we have to get past this. As a country We have to come together as a country. And that that's something that is a good thing on. I know that you got some still lingering issues with regard to that. Do you think that there's something to be said for that? We lost. We might have lost down. Okay? I wanna go to John from Santa Monica. And if you if you got some opinions, folks, we'd love to hear him. You can reach us at 1 802 2252221 802 22 KBC talk to us, John Hello. I'm a first time caller for state the air time Appreciate. I transitioned to California from Florida. I'll staunch Republican. Came out here followed my wife. She's the m I T alumni. So congratulations. Yeah, I could never get with somebody That's smart. But anyway, keep going, John, please. So you were asking about how to meet the You're meeting the middle so that we're not divorcing each other things like that. So your wife isn't that correct? Oh, my gosh. Yeah, well, yes, because she her parents are retired educators and all that, So just they fall in that line. So you're a Republican and your wife is Democrat and all those knives they're still in the kitchen. And you have not had to call 911 and tell us how. I'm sorry, John. I love you may keep going. Brother s O. It is very frustrating, but Um It requires us honestly the Republican to gotta gear down a little bit. On understand that Sometimes a lot of issues that we we have memorized. We know them front and center. Sometimes they've never even considered them Does the fact that you I mean, obviously you've got a high level of accused among the both of you in the house. But The what happens when you have a very strong disagreement, and you still have to go to bed together. I mean, are you able to resolve it, FBI? You're separating your wife. I'm sure you're not calling your wife an idiot, because anyone from him cannot be called an idiot. But he won't be bought. A lot of times it comes down to the point where we'll have the discussion. And Might hit a point where you like, I'm like. You know what you got me on that I need to go do a little bit more homework on it down, and that's what we need to come back with a little bit like you know what? I went down that road and I figured out So there's, uh, photo ID's. They were tried here, here here, so it's a lot of war. Sometimes we have to gear down. What's the secret sauce there then, John, like, what is it that you think other people aren't doing? Obviously you guys are married. So you guys have to get along. You gotta go to bed together, But I mean, what do you think everyone else needs to do to get to this place where they can have these rational discussions about? What might be something that you really significantly disagree on. Well in this specific situation, they have to realize their marriage is going to outlast. Anyone's term boom. Okay, way could say that our country was gonna outlast any president. We could use that same logic and say that our nation will outlast anyone. President I down the streets still gonna be selling bread 10 years from now, you're gonna have to get along with him. If you want to get bread, All right. John loved that very important to realize. All right. If I was a jerk, and we were fighting in four years, I don't wanna look back on this and say that, you know, I broke this up because I have you been married for 40 years. No, no, We've been married, but this is my example. Oh, I thought you told me you've been married for 40 years. I was about to say you should probably will. It's a beautiful thing, John. I can't Thank you enough for calling. We're gonna move on to Selene from Tustin. Thank you. So much for calling a nation divided some folks if you'd like to join the discussion. We really want to have some tacos today. You can reach us at 1 802 2 to 5 to two to talkto silly. We don't wanna do the talking ourselves. Go sign Hello, guys. Thank you So much for your show, Really Quality show and thank you. It's always brightens my day when I listen to it, especially in these times of polarization. Hopefully to detail on the wisdom of the last caller. I think that the key element is not being rude to each other. It's just like when I was speaking with people. I'm talking with someone who is very politically, you know, different different from my positions. You know, as long as where sometimes I'll say to the person right at the outset. I care about what you think I care about. You love them because Even if they don't agree with something that states right up front that I care about them and then hopefully they care about me, too. But when when people start to say Obnoxious things like like calling Trump or work for our crops of democratic something of really You know, we all know the names. We all know what the names are on both sides. We know what they are. But one of the interesting things is Selena. I've noticed that you've got a soothing tone of voice and I'm calm Now, if I started talking to you like this and yelling and movement and moving, it started, really, You know, that's one of the things that happens in these discussions. Is that just the very the tone of voice. I mean, just the idea and we start thinking about it, and I deal with a lot of guys who are been spending a lot of time in prison and One of the things that really gets them. Um, is that They have this sense That my opinion means nothing on when you start talking about a person's soul. Who are you? What are you? I mean you're the body. But ah, person's opinion is something that is pretty sacred. What do you think? Swing? What do you think it is? That drives people to think that the other person's opinion just doesn't matter mean..

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"mr gore" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

Star Wars Sessions

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"mr gore" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

"What do you think the Boba Fett stuff then tomorrow ton up tomorrow Marcin Tunnel Plan Fat. On? Kiwi. Boy Is my question. No go got into the salt pit to be digested slowly for thousand years why I mentioned it. We WanNA keep saying it why we've had more more cut in half survive Powell tate, throwing down. Iraq deschamps evolves as I said before he's adopted as if he's the big boss man, he can survive more more dubious by professors. The GEEZER and he's. How was he getting the? I Know Legends Covenant, doing the Boba Fett to survive ignore the the pop culture, and a foul people love exe- looks cool on the the people collected this action figure. Do! We need him. That's my counter. Argument is if. He turns up. A fine again. It all comes down to the magical word of execution. Bow? How if I could write it? And not just like? Oh, he fell into the week of the saw, and then he and then heap. DESCRU- without. They Ryan himself into a corner here by having to explain how we go out because it's such a big deal. Bob Affected member Mr. Gore, he looked cool and then go atan to then after what so they wreck cone again? George Lucas is idea to but I. Did it again. That was never cannon. I try I duNno, it brocade. Look, said every room are part me thinks. Aw, that would be cool to see. Bomas square off against a man delorean while a dream fight Bowe have buffet tracking the mandatory in the season to for whatever reason that would be cool, but I still go back to. Do, we need it, so that's my question to you. My body I mean. Variables considered. Does this need to? I could see why so could happen Barbara Shaw does this need to happen? Now. Of course it, doesn't he? I still strongly feel that it would be confusing for the brand. It'd be confusing for the image of the man delorean. You know it's not just an issue job. You know you can't just. Copy Gi and slap on eleven. You know on on the end below two different droid. You know because you can do that and actually make sense even having different mandal oriented on now you notice my demand Laurie, the other Manda Laurean in show they do look vastly different to our boy Jin. daren is gender Dean Dean Jarring Dinge aren sorry. I just couldn't man demon are never call him by his. Din Jaren Ripe So. I'll just think like having Bob there. Almost hike a wife from that and I. Think you know I'm just trying to especially after watching. Disney gallery of the man's Loria. I'm trying to put my. You know my mind into where? Five fabric felonious would be you know kind of had spikes and. I can't see them doing something like this. My you know I agree I. Feel like they would think before trying to make it sensible from canonical standpoint. Yeah I, just think they would think John Wall thickness. Would Tyke wife from all boy? You know our creation our project to work on it to work, because how many people will be waiting for the moment redemptions, Ibobi, being mocked, laughed at since ninety, three four for the most Pau because of his easy death. How many people are we waiting for him to just took cutter, not wreck shop and not be the coolest. Dude on the on the show they to think that I if they're going to bring him back, we have to give him. Re something cool to do, but then A. Man Thinking after talk that so again. They wrote himself into corners. Yeah! Yes I agree I. Think were signed Piedra that I I would be very surprised if we see baba ton up in this. Show Ato and this is the thing my the the issue is now. Is there a people reporting is Gospel coming out next Sinai East, fact from concord more thoughts. Yeah, what sorts I flip in tomato? Sauce Avalon, what reg down the dog and duck? Yeah, rubbish, my is not true. He's not true because now you can't help with the World War FDA soccer one is rubbish now. We have more reason to believe that isn, but what about the others? Now? We've mentioned rex. Okay, that is a bit more of believable. WanNa relief that when. You believe that one. I believe on the sensor. Ever focus around on our. That REX's in. Her kind of laptop follows beckon cool, but if we are ever going to see rex. To have adverse Oakwood. Gives more credibility to the that would be if it. Wasn't being reported on. And they just sit out tumors coming back to play REX. Boy. But random, but because soak is going to be that potentially, then then I can see it then again. That would be nice for the fans of a soaker. The fans of the CLO- Moore's rebels to see in that good. That are conic. Classic Star was animated pairing together in action. What a what a what a hat tip to the enemy is! Sue spend years and George, Lucas of Ronnie, working on those characters to give him up. 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"mr gore" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"mr gore" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I would. On. On covered for this and several additional WIFI to. Mr Gore did not really understand his business partner one of these guys. Just amazing like you. You look at them, you go. Go through the entirety of life, not really enjoying anything that has not been connected directly to bunny, yes. It's. It's amazing, but yeah here here. We are I mean the the. The nightmare is the the bottom line of this is that there are people who think that this is right now is a good thing and I I mean. These are the descendants of the people who win the arbitrator sort of legally gained to them in one thousand, nine hundred, and said Hey, by the way, the whole reserve clause saying that you've built your millions onto the last ninety years since the eighteen ninety tobacco when you instituted the thing by the way I'm about the rules that's illegal and all players the right to get the services go to the highest bidder, so maybe you WanNa. Give me get a week or two. Maybe you can cut a deal with them about this. What No, you're fired! We're doing. And they lost, and as I said on sportscenter the other day. This is why instead of paying. Hank Aaron a record, two hundred and forty thousand dollars a season. They're. They're paying Mike. Trout four hundred thirty million dollars a year because they're genius businessman to on top of everything else. And, the other thing is. There's no particular reason to believe that the title commissioner. Should apply in baseball should be used in baseball. Because it's just you know owners chairman, it should be chairman rather than commissioner. He used to be a connotation that there were some things that were done on this for half of the fans, or on behalf of the players or anybody else connected with the game that was several previous commissioners. Did that happy? Chandler stood up gration when a lot of the owners did wanted There are many many others who have done obviously last year things. This is not a commissioner, even in the sense, that Adam Silver Commission and You know if you're you're. Manfred is the Gary Bettman also went to Cornell Law. Manfred literally isn't is not even the best cornell. Commissioner in Sports. One point. Keith, you are! The best thank you. This one is as as well, and it was enjoyable as I. I had hoped that I've I knew it would be and it's great to connect with you more. No, Keith, you truly truly. This was This was all it was all great and right now there's a photograph of that Our production staffs putting up instead of the roll of eighteen ninety baseball that we were, we didn't have ready until. After this by the way, is that really four years ago today that we met in in in that office in Santa Monica, wow. I didn't know that happy anniversary. What they'll one you and I met. You're taking a meeting I was taking a meeting in the same spot. We allow be in Santa Monica. Yuppie for. Better than mine. I think that was that might have been in the next. The Netflix's one. Went and I'm still sitting. You're still. I went I went to the Netflix's baby must hear this. You busted both admit it to this. One said. How would you like to do news commentaries? We can try to build them out, and then you could have news in addition to networks, and they asked to critical questions which would be. What about the the Italian subtitles? They wanted to know I. Mean wouldn't the Italian subtitles caused a delay in the topicality of the news commentary? And I said. Why do you have to have? And what are we? Put them on all watch the way they have to have the money English, speaking political commentary well because we have to and the other one was what would happen if your a daily commentary did not. Upload one day. And I thought my God. What are you using Dell Laptop? Ninety nine. You have the..

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"mr gore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"mr gore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"They are doing I am writing a floor young's brother the joys floor and I would rather PJ was talking about childhood memories I would grow up and I would like to start we love of we have Liz grown a bit out of that great stuff I we dried and last I will close it would just ingenuity a handful Hey we work what we have but they have moved the we had a house full of and I mean I appreciate the love of everyone in here in this state of Minneapolis yeah I got to my brother and showed him so much love and we feel that love in your city and thankfully everybody plus around the world it's a beautiful things great we receiving enjoys floors receiving because he would love it I was with you in a prison a place to see the crowd is great unity he would bring it to you that could bring us but after she had burned me remember the vehicle it is with as young adults so cooking wise he would make me honestly him and other brother three general my brother Mr gore but also it was a liberal you make the best grilled cheese can you please call me Catholic if that's a the move fixes them your key if I did this number's town that relies on the guy do y'all just use N. B. but it does happen to be doing let us with love Big Brother I mean great guys great gentlemen great man and a child without a father figure he was Big Brother but I didn't see the list of the Victoria and we're going to base you came and the mistakes he made me and I watch you know follow him correct myself as a grown man of the team is gonna and you know learning from him how to be a man everything in the store isn't totals he was doing here but he was teaching us how to be a make it within this world already forced H. gave us a lot of great lessons and I mean one thing about a man keep it definitely says he's in Florida responsibility stand up for his family in France and he's great at that and I want you guys to know that he was kind of funny in the end just as everyone Hey.

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"mr gore" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"mr gore" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Let's go this way for the firm bars true and it was the sexual revolution so the ladies that were already going to bars now felt like. Hey I'm in a bar and I can be more aggressive all of a sudden. It's it's the hip happening times. I'm Diane Keaton talking. Look for Mr Good Bar and have a drink and go meet a man. I'd like the lady from the seventies fresh. I have to see Mr Good bar looking searching for Mr Bar looking for Mr Gore. Has Nobody ever seen that movie Pity Clap. They don't have Diane Keaton in Canada. I think three's company reference way more Wellesley but the point is you get bad drinks and these bars sort of a dark time for the craft. Bartending the Bahama Mama. The kamikaze the slides the Harvey Wall Banger. Which apparently was so popular it had its own mascot a basically a drunken version of ziggy would just wandering around. And I guess like you would get a sticker something if you order to Harvey Waldinger. This is the level of thought. People are putting in to drink drink. You give a sticker out. That's not a place want to be in especially Ziggy with like ecstasy for I. Is that what it was pretty much? Change my mind. I think like one of those inclined coming off of them. I'll get you would for Christmas. They have money bay so this is the way things were going for a while in till this very faithful meeting between this guy named Dale the graph and in Dude who owned a restaurant and he wanted to groff the setup a bar for him and he said you know what. I don't want this usual firm Barber Crud. This is awful New York City. Like we gotta do this right yeah. Let's let's get back to basics. Tossed deal the growth of book a very important book what book the Bombay Bonds Companion. Yes from eighteen sixty two. Everything came full circle. Yeah Dale the crop was like this is amazing. We can Bring craftsmanship back into bartending. And let's use real ingredients. Let's get rid of these stupid swirly mixing machines and these bags of chemical fruit flavored things unless you real fruit because there is such a thing as real fruit and we should put it in. Drake's again like do in the Nineteenth Century. And that's what they did and the bar was saved so when you go to like the cascade groom or the diamond. I don't know if you guys have been the boulevard. I know it's like pretty new but we finally do go and you enjoy cocktail there. We did our research and I hope that was dead on because I really put us out there but if you go to a place where there's a decent cocktail in somebody's really putting thought into it. You can thank this deal dubroff guy for bringing it all back but really you should think Jerry Thomas to tell you the truth now. Do you understand what. He's my hero. See Luxury Thomas. Let's talk a little more about them right. So like at the bars is there involving and bartenders or evolving going from diamond studded to you know just normal. Cocktails are evolving to like early on basically. Everybody made their own booze and they headed in a jug with three XS on it and they just turned it up at their cocktail. It's how they drained the good old days. Yeah like Chuck. Yeah turn the three x job and then when when Jerry. Thomas came on the scenes like we can do better than there's some cool ingredients that I want to kind of mess. With in create new stuff's originally there were punches. Which is huge bowl of hot booze that everybody drank from the Bombo that the planner swilled right right. Then there was a toddy which apparently from what I can gather. It's just like it's single serving Hot Punch right. And then there were swings and slings. Were the ones that had the most promise. Those became what we understand now as cocktails. They are basically booze a little bit of water little bit sugar. And then maybe some fruit juice in Jerry. Thomas Looks at the sling and he goes. I can do something with this. And he creates what's called the borough cage cocktails whether it's just like great experimentation going on nobody knows what the Hell anybody else is doing. But everybody's trying new stuff and all of these the foundation for what we know now as. Cocteau came out of there. Yeah and the first cocktail was mentioned in print the word in eighteen three in Amherst New Hampshire a slogan. It's excellent for the head because it was a morning drink it was. You were supposed to drink a cocktail. That's where it comes from. The rooster cocktail is where the word comes from. And if you drank too much the night before you get up in the morning make your little fizzy cocktail drink with bidders and it was It's like the hair of the dog that some of US knowing love you drink your cocktail get punched in the face by your wife. Pick up your accent. Go back out there and work another day. That's what they used to do. Jerry Thomas said you know what I love morning cocktail as much as anybody else. Why can't we keep drinking throughout the day? Let me see if I can with this. Say Alcoholism for the morning right so through this baroque era of drink making the it was very very nuanced like you would have like a sour sour was just boost citrus and a little bit of sweetener usually maybe curious hour or something like that and then you would change that dramatically by adding soda and then all of a sudden you had a phys- or if you wanted to use booze a little bit of gravity. I think yeah or was it. Curious how sweetener and brandy or something you'd have a daisy and then in Mexico. They added to kill it to the daisy and in Spanish. Daisy is Margarita. Margarita came from around this Margaret fans out there Jerry. Thomas is very influential. But he was If you ever pick up a copy of the bombing companion and try and read this thing it. It doesn't translate that crater. Today's proportions like what is it like three gloves and a pinch of that and while I guess but well no I still don't understand I mean yeah it makes sense. But what if you're a lot more than one point so it took like cocktail historians To to kind of read saying in bring it into the modern era because back then sugar came in low in sugar wasn't like refined like it is today. I was Big The oh shit away exactly how you wanted to and so it's a cocktail historians to really kind of translate all that stuff right and they did. And along the way Jerry Thomas dies but he creates great body of work that's added to over time and then eventually we come to like the streamlined classic cocktails that we have today like the Martini. Or the Manhattan and all of this was from the work of these wonderful genius people who are fighting on the front lines against the temperance movement making better for every Euro Heroes Real heroes shirking out of like the civil war and all that stuff. Just doing God's work basically the Martini. We're talking about some of these classic cocktails Martini Anyone here drinks Martinis. It's always Martini. Things Martini the guy with the PBR. And thanks for Martinez ran these back in my helmet and drake them so the Martini. If you've ever had a Martini it's very dependent on the individual on. How exactly you like it? Everyone says that they like make perfect Martini. But the ratio for removed to Jen and none of the perfect multi agency. Everything's how do you make it okay? I used to to three ounces okay. He's three feet three Scotia over three three ounces of gin in half announcing vermouth okay. Stir it some crushed ice sure because it gets colder faster better. Strain it sometimes. If you want to get a little crazy and you wanna go original Martinez actually supposed to have orange fitters in a couple of deaths of orange bidders yet you say what and it seems weird but you don't taste the orange. Does something different to it and then a couple of olives allergies are drink. Lend Jerry do you do you really drink. You're starting I like it. It's salty. Is that wrong? No that's the thing chuck. That's the key there is new. Enjoy it there's no wrong. Absolutely.

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Former Vice President Al Gore talks climate change solutions in the Twin Cities

Climate Cast

10:37 min | 2 years ago

Former Vice President Al Gore talks climate change solutions in the Twin Cities

"Former Vice President Al Gore comes to Minnesota. I'm N._P._R.. Chief meteorologist Paul Hutton here. This is climate gas. He's arguably the most important historical figure in expanding climate change awareness in America <hes> and the world his two thousand six film an inconvenient truth introduce climate change science and solutions to millions. His work earned the Nobel Peace Prize this weekend former Vice President Al Gore is here in Minnesota training twelve hundred climate activists through his climate reality project. He sat down with me at the event in Minneapolis Mr Gore thanks for taking the time to talk with us on climate cast today and hey welcome to Minnesota. It's great to be back. You know you're here in the the twin cities this weekend for this climate reality project training event. Why did you start climate reality and what does this accomplish well because I came to the conclusion Susan that the only way we can change policies in time to solve the climate crisis is with grassroots pressure from every state in our country from every county and so I decided when my first movie came out I used one hundred percent of the profits from that movie and the book to <hes> to set up the climate reality project and to mobilize Aisa thousands of people tens of thousands of people to put pressure on their elected representatives and business leaders and civic leaders and community leaders nice to to make the changes that we need to make let's go back thirty one years ago this Summer Nastase Dr James Hansen testifies before your your committee in Congress and he says there's a ninety nine percent degree of confidence for a cause and effect relationship between the greenhouse effect and observed warming? How important was that testimony in your path to climate change awareness well? I think that was an important moment. <hes> in making lots of people realize is that this is for real and we need to do something about it unfortunately in the wake of that hearing and the others that I and other members of Congress Health <hes> the fossil fuel <hes> industries took the playbook prepared by the tobacco companies companies back when the doctors and scientists say hey folks <hes> smoking cigarettes causing lung cancer or disease and they hired actors dressed up as doctors and put him on T._V.. To falsely tell people that there was no health problem at all well that same blueprints what's been used by the fossil fuel companies with the point of bring that up is in a healthy democracy where the truth was turned into power testimony like that of Jim Hansen you asked about would have led to dramatic policy changes reason it hasn't is because of the political influence of the coal companies the oil companies in the gas companies but we're gaining on them and these grassroots activists including an impressive number of them here in Minnesota are really making progress ars you talk about policy. You came within a whisker of the presidency in President Gore I like to think it would have been completely and totally different of course in our country. A president has to persuade the Congress Congress and asked to be a skillful politician and getting support for his or her initiatives but I like to think I would have been able to to put in completely different policies that would help to avoid some of this <hes> heartache and hardship and I still think we can do that. We've lost some ground for sure. Some damage has been made inevitable now unfortunately but we still have time to avoid the most catastrophic consequences so rather than looking back and crying over spilt milk as they say. I look forward and try to figure out what I can do to serve in different way. Just watch you give what we might. Call the talk talk at this climate reality event not that dissimilar from the one you used in an inconvenient truth but how has your presentation changed in the thirteen years since the the movie is changed dramatically in a lot of ways because I can bring up examples of floods or droughts or storms or whatever whatever not from ten years ago but from yesterday or last week and literally every night on television news is like a nature ager. I threw the book of revelation and the examples that illustrate all of what the scientists have been warning us about are all around us now every single day. I think that does make an impression on people I know it. Does it makes an impression on me. Yeah I WANNA get your assessment of where we are with the big big picture on climate change today. We're seeing the positive side rapid progress on solutions like renewables Minnesota here. We generate twenty five percent of our electric power. You're from renewables as you know last year. That's way faster than people thought it would happen fifteen years ago. Public opinion is shifting. We know that a little bit and yet greenhouse gas emissions are still rising globally and this administration is basically a wall or going backwards on solution so what's the right urgency level here and what's your assessment of how this plays out for the next ten to twenty years the dramatic truth is that those of us who are alive today we have in our hands decisions to make that will have enormous consequences for thousand generations to come. Tom and that sounds overly dramatic but it's the case. We're putting one hundred ten million tonnes every day of this heat. Trapping pollution into the sky stays there for a thousand years on average and it's trapping so much extra heat <hes> the amount of extra heat energy every day is equal to five hundred thousand or Rocha uh-huh class atomic bombs exploding every day. That's crazy but that's what we're doing. Now what I think you're getting at in the first part of your question is how do we see this. They're contracting interesting trend some good some bad <hes>. We're gaining momentum for the solutions but we're not yet gaining on the crisis crisis because the crisis is still getting worse faster than we are mobilizing solutions yet because we're gaining momentum we may soon have within our capacity the ability to gain on the problem there was a famous economists in the last century name. Rudy Dornbush who once said things take longer to happen than you think they will but then they happen much faster than you thought they could. I think think that it's likely to be true. Where are solutions to this crisis. It's taken longer than many of us thought. It would hoped it would anyway but. But I think that we're now getting to the point where it could happen faster than anybody can imagine to take one example <hes> when the cost of electricity <hes> pity from solar and win gets not only cheaper than electricity from Cohen Gas but way cheaper then no matter how much political political power the fossil fuel companies have it would just take a complete idiot to continue spending way more money than necessary to create dirtier and expensive electricity when you can have it for much cheaper when cleaner air and more jobs and I think we're right in that region now where we're going to see see this flip over and more rapid change. I hope that I'm not pollyannish or overly optimistic but that's the pattern I see unfolding right now. Let's talk about about how that seems to be happening a little bit. I mean if you look at investors. The big insurance firms Swiss re Munich REC- this changing catastrophic loss model we saw P._G.. Any go bankrupt <hes> because of the fire liability in California right. I mean some saying that's the I fortune five hundred climate bankruptcy. How important is this growing investor risk awareness in driving that positive change you talk about Oh. I think it's extremely important there was a story this this morning about the largest private investor black rock losing many billions on fossil fuel investments and they're still the largest fossil fuel in bed. I'm not picking on my in respect them a lot but there so many investors who are taking a close look at the fact that these carbon assets <unk> are really not that different from the subprime mortgages of a few years ago you know there were seven and a half million subprime mortgages meaning mortgages that it looked as if they were triple. A. Rated assets with a value that was based on <hes> false assumptions when actually they were worthless because they'd been given out to people that couldn't make monthly payments and good make down payments and there was a mass delusion and people finally pull pull back the layers of the onion enough to see the truth of it and they suddenly collapsed and that's what caused the credit crisis and then the great recession well. We've now got twenty two trillion dollars worth of carbon assets the reserves of coal and oil and gas and the stocks and these as multinational companies that are based on the assumption that all that fossil fuels going to be burnt well it can't be burn won't be burned not just because of some mm treaty or some law but because solar and wind is going to be much cheaper and efficiency is reducing the demand for what they're selling an electric cars or a progressively destroying the market for liquid petroleum assets and it's only a matter of time before they wake up to this the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world the Norwegian Fund which got all his money from oil and gas. They're really smart. They just announced they're going to divest one hundred percent for from oil and gas assets a so those who are taking the time to read the handwriting on the wall are coming to the conclusion that they need to get with this change and move onto into renewables and the sustainability revolution.

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"mr gore" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr gore" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"They don't they don't bring anything to the, the problem. I see from the just I'm we're going to take ball, and go home route the to say that there's a brotherhood of sisterhood of return to your sorority of all these college administrators, and just because Stanford in SE and whomever or in a financial position to right away. Just are paying players doesn't mean those lower rank schools, that sometimes we still play, like a western Michigan university, for instance is in the same position. And so you need to be mindful of the financial differences between the top tier school Lawrence here school. And when you have these conversations you need to incorporate that I'm not saying that western can't play. Right. But they're not a position to just are paying next season. They, they need a little bit more of. Runway western Michigan wouldn't be in this quote unquote new league. Now they can play a c. I will give him money. Like we did last time we played them so scrap money. We, we two million dollars. Ask it wasn't a scrap win. Western comes way, it was hot when western comes out to play SE cuts, check here, here's your is your seventy thousand go home. Run your program for the year on that we just pay you and Mr. gore, go back home. See that's here you go. Cut to the white. But here's but, but Travis though, what does western do that two million dollars, right? They put it in a program to coaches pay the players. Yes. Now you're saying, oh, now, western gets to pay their players. But now central Michigan camp. Okay. Schedule. Because they give heyday got the right to anyway. All I'm saying is, is that as we're having this debate the idea that we're just going to do this with no respect to the process for tier schools? We have to have that sort of respect because where they are financially just totally different than the other school that basically what you're doing is you're creating tears your creating tier where there's Chapman in playing one school. And then UCLA is playing the other divisions, get smaller the top instead of having how many division one football scores. I think there's, like one hundred twenty you'd have thirty maybe thirty five or forty you wouldn't have a bunch, but those thirty five or forty are running their own thing. The rest of these guys can still operate under the NC double A and use the money from those top thirty to fund their program. We're talking about money. Breaking news. Kevin Durant has declined his thirty one million dollar option according to ESPN wold Rosh. Yeah..

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"mr gore" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"mr gore" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"As we may. We never did that interview without gore, disappointing really because there was so much I want to ask him, I couldn't help. But wonder what if what if I actually got a crack committee. What? What? And now we'll turn to questions from the committee will begin by recognizing the gentleman from Tennessee bigamous chairman, Mr. gore, want to start out by saying, for the record that those of us on our side are pro environment. We all want clean air and clean water. I don't think there's any question about. I don't question your sincerity one moment will appreciate and I wish I could return the cop of they're just some things that bother me about the way you've been conducting your life. Some of the things you've said over the years, for instance, you stated repeatedly that seal to pollutant, and we've had scientist after scientists by this committee. The says that seal to is not a pollutant new dispute that I want to address your point that you made about the science. I believe that it's important to, to look at the sources of the science that we rely on. With all due respect. I believe that you have relied on people. You've trusted. Give a new bad information. Glad you brought that up. We've spoken with numerous scientists that, contributing IDC report, medifast. We talk with the lead author of the IPC, and he vehemently disagrees with you, as far as what the science is showing and for years. This body has relied on you with your testimony on global warming. And for uses bunny, as has taken your testimony as fact. What would you think? I've been wondering thing thing. Let's.

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"mr gore" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"mr gore" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You why America's face huge challenges before World War to put a man on the move. This environmental catastrophe bearing down on us. Maybe the biggest challenge yet. Oh, shut up. How do we beat? The hospital. What we've always done is people are insane. Certify. Keep playing keep playing workers. That's how we're gonna. Yeah. Real leader. Go back to Harvard, you idiot, you know, beat your students up with the lies now I'm gonna tell you again, if you don't know anything about science. You could easily fall into the trap of thinking the world is coming to an end. I've heard it all my life. I let's see. There was acid rain in the seventies wasn't there. Whatever happened. Acid rain. It was gonna wipe out all the forest and the northern hemisphere that scare tactic went away. Oh, before that in the sixties, wait a minute. There was a crackpot at Stanford ING Ehrlich. Still, there, full tenure, I believe he's talking about the population bomb earth was supposed to end by the year. Twenty twenty I don't know what year. The over by now then the earth was supposed to die from an ice age. Read the time magazine covers of the nineteen sixties. Don't you understand what demagoguery is Elizabeth Warren and the entire left-wing establishment since they have no positive ideas to offer the American people offer you negative ideas, and they give you scare tactics? The world is coming to an end unless you do x y and z. Now, the fact of the matter is, if there was climate change. I'd be the first tell you. I believe that man is causing climate change. I'm a trained PHD scientists, and I'm very proud to say from great university. My PHD dissertation was published as a book. I have two master's degrees, which I never talk about one of which was published as a book in a journal at Harvard University. I know science I've read science. I public science. The evidence is to the contrary. We're actually moving into a cooling, period. As that mean I'm arguing for pollution. I've argued against pollution actually like to see no cars on the roads. I mean, I have many cars I like high horsepower cars. I've a seven hundred ten horsepower dodge health cat that I love the sound of the engine. But if I could tell you the electric cars were more energy efficient, I would do, so they're not. Where does the energy come from? Well, they don't pollute. They don't pollute. That's all we know. Well, how do the batteries getting made the, you know, what energy talks, it costs to make a battery, it costs more energy to make the battery then the energy that is released from a so-called polluting internal combustion engine. If you do the analysis, the day will come that will have solar cars, probably when the solar cells, a powerful enough, I'd be glad to drive one. Then. But I don't go with an idea just because it's popular because it's part of the program. You know what I'm saying studied the facts, my friends? So let's take some calls on the Savage Nation. Virginia. Steve line six. You're on the Savage Nation. You win a copy of a savage life. Go ahead. Please. Dr savage. I agree. She is certifiable. And what I would like to say is this. I think that what she is saying, most importantly is people like us, who they classify climate deniers, just as they say, holocaust deniers, which I am not. But I am a climate change denier. Then they are comparing to them and, you know, they've been calling from President Trump and Nazi they've been referring to us is not ski. So this is coming from the far left, because what they're trying to do is make it illegal to deny that there's climate change and go in a arrest people who deny it as though. You are a person denying the whole cost. That's the danger of these, these rhetoric Titians like Elizabeth Warren, but she's not alone. The entire left-wing establishment is pushing this big lie. Yes. And they're pushing it in the schools to our children. And this young man is an example of this young guy called me was trying to try. Trying to get to the truth of things who said that he likes to come to his own conclusions. It called from from Albany that kid. Yeah. The young man, and it's, it's a very dangerous ideology, because, you know, when do the roundup start. That's my question. Well, it wouldn't it wouldn't be it would be just re education as in communist China, they would force you to go to the equivalent of diversity training. If you think we haven't had diversity training in this country, you're mistaken. I'm the only one to have walked out on it and told the diversity trainers to drop dead to tell that story again, I've been a rebel since the time I was born it could be because I came out backwards. It could be because I'm a breech baby. I don't know. But I've been fighting upstream my whole life. And I intend to keep doing it until God takes me, and I'll tell you something else. I don't do it just for fun. I do it because that's my nature. I'm a rebel. I was born this way. I'm not an actor. I don't pretend to be a rebel. I am a rebel. My nature is your beddis. I'm a skeptic. My mind is skeptical. I don't trust anybody or anything. That includes the present the United States evaluate and analyze everything I hear from politician in particular, so let's start with that. Don't put me in the camp of the beached whale, and his acolytes. I'm not in that category. That's number three. What was I saying forgot? I was going to tell them something else. A rebel. I'm a rebel yet without a cause, number rebel with a real cause. So the fact that matter is the evidence, does not indicate that the world is coming to an end the evidence indicates that the Democrats are all demagogues who are leading us to reeducation camps, now, we already have them in this country in the form of diversity training. And when I was just starting out in San Francisco and radio is a local host. It was the first year I was at that station, the management, who the guy has since been terminated is gone. I think he's retired. He had to put in diversity training because the corporation owned it wanted diversity training. So I and everyone else. The other talk shows -secutive had to go, sit through, what was the Chinese reeducation. I'll never forget it as long as I lived. There was an Asian guy a black lesbian. I forget who else they were doing the diversity training. Now, I have nothing against Asian people as I've argued for the inclusion of Asian people in any school that they qualify to get into. I'm against prejudice against anyone based on qualifications, and I've gone record for that. I have nothing against black lesbians, but I do have an awful lot against communist Chinese brainwashing. No matter who tries to force it down my throat. Nevertheless, they're burning candles in the front of the room and the showing a crescent Muslim crescent. And other religious symbols, but they would not show across and they start lecturing us about the evils of American evils of the white male. Everyone's sitting there, I stood up. And I said, you know what you're all full of crap. What are your qualifications? You tell me right now. How far you went and school, who the hell are you to sit there election me, and they wouldn't answer me? I said, you all go to hell. And I don't care. What happens to them? You ask I walked out. Well, soon thereafter, I risked my career, they dropped diversity training from this radio station. Because it was the most offensive thing. I've ever sat through now. Your children are now sitting through diversity training and climate reeducation training gender. Retraining. And virtually every other retrenched. You could imagine uh schools. If your child has a streak of Tom Sawyer in him. Or Huckleberry Finn and him. They drug him. They drug your son. If you shows any signs of masculinity, if you think we're not eighty percent towards the unbranded in the world. I have another guest coming for you. This is Michael Savage rebel with a cause author of a savage life. I've been dealing with it a long time. Let's take some calls, Jake in California, line four, go ahead, please where you calling from Jake. I'm calling from Lake County, California, Dr savage. Thanks. Where'd you listening up there? Yeah. What's on your mind, j just wanted to gotta just was talking kind of said the same point I have at everybody doesn't realize that all these people with this climate change. It's basically just a make them all bunch of money. I think they took a cue from our gore and realize you can make millions of millions of dollars off of dumb people by putting fear into their mind. Well, right. You know, I want, you know, why do you think I call them Al Gore Leoni's, head of the girl only crime syndicate for at least ten years, Al Gore, Leoni? I've called them why. Goalie goalies father was. Al Gore Leoni came from a very wealthy family. His father was Senator gore Senator gore after retired from the Senate in the great American tradition took a job running the Occidental coal company for none other than arm and hammer. Look it up. So Al Gore's original family fortune was made in cold, you know that. Nobody. Nobody knows what I know I am. I am such a fount of knowledge, but you get a copy of a savage life, staying alive. Al Gore's father made his fortune working on hammer in the oxygen coal company. So, you know, it's like the old story of there a company that slaughtered, pigs, forget the name of it. And the, the slogan was we sell everything, but the squeal. The skin, the hubs the snout the entrails they sell everything, but the squeal well to me the goal Yonis had it both ways. They made a fortune both ways. They made a fortune in the coal business then when that was the longer acceptable. They made a fortune in the Anti-cull business. It's a scam. The whole thing is business as usual. That's why I call it the goalie crime family and I do so ingest, Mr. gore, eight five five four hundred seventy two. Let's go to the only website recommend, which is Michael Savage dot com and the only Twitter feed that I recommend, which is Adam Savage nation. And someone wrote, this is sorry, I'm doing the tweeted today. Now. Someone wrote, hey, Michael genius, both smart and intelligent, and you qualify. Of course. I put it up there, but he wrote it. He said, I worked on figuring out for Neely your I concluded that one.

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"mr gore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"mr gore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"My name is Brian Joseph Regan. And she said we named you after Thomas Jefferson. And they got up and they walked out of the room. And heard him laughing in hallway. What was that? Was that a joke without a life lesson? Whereas part of my child development. Let's get this joke. I think now be a really good time to St. for Steve show off his Ronald Reagan pressure. He's working on. I've not done. Ronald Reagan guys. All right. Seeing this. No. The this is a lie. I need to hear someone doing impression of Ronald Reagan before I do a Ronald Reagan. Stood orbital. Oh, here we go. Mr gore. Get rid of George get rid of George. Why? I was there for eight years. You got rid of me? Bet you want me back now. That's good. Just keep working on that one. Don't you think Mr. Gorbachev, Gorbachev tear? For Ryan give it to me hair town this wall down this wall. I wasn't. It was on Hollywood before this players nailed it to gun now to your Martha Washington. Nailed it again. You're so good. Save so much talent. The only one who does Marie condo. All these people are going to meet together. Yes. In a couple of weeks for sure Tim, what do you think of my time? It's a clip on nice to meet you. Thank you, Mr President, pretty good. It's tough. It's tough to shift. Sorry, I'm sorry. Do this to me on a daily today? You came in your feeling good. What's the best thing? You learned from your mom. It depends. You you ask who are you asking? Steve. Mommy taught me songs missing. All right. And on Facebook said what have I learned from my right and left Ryan underneath his table. Now. She's taught me to love myself. Even when I don't feel like it. That's very nice, very sweet Marissa's said I learned how to be a good mother having kids every day. I appreciate all the hard work. She put into my sister. And me she was superwoman. My mom taught me that you have a good sense of humor about life. She'd never seems to take anything too too. Seriously laughter is the great Sav fellow south. So there's a silent L. Let me ask you who. Did you get your sense sense of humor from your mom, my mother? Wow, interesting. Okay. Okay. Also. You can do that again in June barber said the love of music obstetrical, bath Ellinora said be thrown you can get through this Blair said become and always you never know what someone else is going through and the importance of laughter. There you go into said this to shop that was her favorite saying about something, especially after I became a mother. This is interesting Jenny said, my mom taught me to say, thank you. Instead of thanks Steve would pronounce it. Oh, I wonder we thank you sounds more sincere. It's more formal. Yeah. Yeah. Someone called me Mr. Paterson yesterday. Oh. Gave me five bucks. Thank you Vargo Potter. Todd. You're welcome. Let's go the phones. It's very fun. Never done radio for really good lawn. One you're on with the former days. Hey, dave. From my mom in college. I got in trouble for having beverages in him. David. Be smart about being stupid. Thanks for calling. Dave. Oh, that's sweet love that. Michelle said, if you want a friend be a friend expressing feelings is not acceptable. Guilty something everyone should have. Okay. Coming from a negative place. Maybe maybe it's funny. I don't know maybe says people are more important than things that's the lesson. She learned from miss you. Mom, think before you speak with forked tongue fort. Snake sounds Andy said, a real marriage will have peaks and valleys true true. Sean said to count to ten when I'm mad before I say anything that's a really good tip. Actually. It's like hold it. Hold it. Wait, we and breeze. Joy says the opposite of love is not hate those are both emotions the opposite of love is indifference. Really, really? My head's. Amy said her mom taught her that boxed wine is just as good as the bottled one. That's very important true. Learn that early some award-winning box wines out there. Never serve coffee in styrofoam Cup. That's funny. That's a good one funny. Funny. Perfection is boring. I like that. These are good. I'm gonna like make a list of all of these. Well, it'll all work out. What is your? What is your mother? Teach you. Oh, put me on the spotlight you on to be kind be kind. That's beautiful. That's lovely. Yeah. She was very very very nice, Ryan and fun. Yeah. Moms who still fun and laughter in kindness into your family's culture. Yeah. That's a real lovely thing. Just to be nice to other people. Don't don't make fun of other people. Sorry, steve. Sorry, ryan. Okay. Donna, I do it kind nece. Ryan. Would you learn oh, the perfect amount of co that goes into a Bloody Mary the ratio of a perfect Bloody, Mary that's cute. Other than that. You know, kindness and selflessness and humor. Oh, y'all that isn't it funny that the three of us are all the youngest all the baby of the family all voted class clown. Yeah. Weird. We were destined to be together guide. Ru come over there and give you hugs, right? Where you are respect the boundaries between us Colleen and Bradley should be coming in at any moment. But thank you. Everybody for participating and calling today. You wanna try to give homework we've got some weekend. Okay. If you listened on the mytalk one seven one app, there's a dropdown menu. Which has the my mic feature. You can send us thirty second messages, and we wanna start giving out some weekly homework last week. We gave out some give us your best impression. This weekend's homeworking hated each other, you know, weekend homework. But since we're talking about laster, tell us your best joke. It's gotta be thirty seconds or less. That's how long the mic is. And then we'll. We'll go through find the best ones in play those on the air on Monday. It'll be a nice way to get our week started off with a laugh PG thirteen. Yes. Yes. Yes. It's alright it's not going to get on. So no only in Lena jokes. On right. No come on. Right. You could do whatever you want. It's it's it's just to you through the mic drop down on the mytalk one seven one apple and we can play some of those on Monday, happy, mother's states. All of you, fabulous..

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"mr gore" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"mr gore" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Water, Jill wine, banks coming up very exciting. Oh, by the way. Did you see Kevin tweeted, wait? This is Fox News. They brought on Bernie Kerik. Right. Oh god. Yeah. To to a bash Representative Omar and as Kevin points out the guy who co opted an apartment for ground zero rescuers and use it to have an extra marital affair to berate someone else for not respecting nine eleven. He's their search giant. Lawrence Donald pointed out of all Donald Trump's disgusting behavior around speaking of not respecting nine eleven bragging, the tallest building on nine eleven taking recovery money meant for small businesses. What what? Falsely claiming he saw Muslims jumping up and down in New Jersey. But one in. Donna was saying he's never repeated it because Lawrence will call them out on it. He said during one of the debates I lost hundreds of friends in nine eleven and Florence call him out on it. So then the next day. He makes it, oh, I lost friends turns out he he went to he lost zero friends and nine eleven he went to zero funerals believable. Friends. Yeah. But speaking of disgusting allies and not respecting nine eleven. Yeah. Yeah. So we're not Carrick had some thoughts. I was an I guess on FOX. I'm like are not imprison always out of prison. Okay. Yeah. Three years in prison for charges of corruption in line. And yet he's still has gravitas on the Fox News show. Apparently, he claimed Representative Omar's effect infatuated with al-qaeda with HAMAs and with Hezbollah Hannity concurred and added. Oh, of course, he concurred Omar was the keynote speaker at care falsely claiming the group is a terrorist organization. They are not a terrorist organization. They're Muslim which it goes exactly to her point that she was making there is that they were founded after nine eleven because obviously there was so much Muslim bashing and phobias Muslims did die in that in that tragedy. Dr tiller they're not going to be happy till someone kills her. I mean, it just it is infuriating. It really is Tucker Carlson, by the way, speaking of which had some other thoughts. Besides the ones we. Played every. Seven twenty years every fifth grader will believe that nine. Eleven was committed by white supremacists. He's he came in the context of what he described as propaganda from liberals limb busting President Trump were inciting violence, which he probably is as he's been named check by God knows how many people that have already been violent or we're planning to be violent right Carlson. Said you totally true. You watch you heard it here. First, they're the real threat, we need to fear and suppress them. Well, we do need to suppress white supremacist. Yes. He played a Cup of Cory Booker saying since nine eleven we've had terrorist attacks in this country. The majority of them have been right wing extremists. Absolutely true. The majority of those have been white supremacist attacks from a synagogue in Pittsburgh to a church in South Carolina. There are white supremacist groups that use that language as we saw as far away as New Zealand use our president language almost as if a license for this tax. What did he say untrue? He's actually been checked by name by the New Zealand terrorist among other ones among others. Yeah. Carlson said poker and other demagogues on the left. He condemned them for speaking out against the of hate crimes. And then he said, oh, they're lying. There's no up endemic of hate crimes. That is not like some left wing think tank. This is the FBI said to two thousand seventeen saw the largest single year increase in hate crimes since two thousand one. They found that counties were Trump hosted a campaign rally saw two hundred and twenty six percent increase in reported eight crimes compared to jen's it up off they go, Deb and Fairfield. Hello, jim. Hi, sweetie. Angel muffin. Hello. Yes. So I have a really bad gold. But I'm going to try to get this out. Real quick. I'm calling because the Democrats always think that we right wing corporate media is somehow to report something true, and what we did in the nineties when Mr Clinton. When he was not convicted by the Senate. But when he was impeached in the house all these people went, oh, no the Democrats are losers. Oh. Gore did not associate himself a Mr Clinton. And then everybody thought Mr. gore lost. But then later like usual, we found out that Mr. gore actually won in Florida. Yeah. Had they finished counting the votes. Exactly why we gotta fight differently conceding..

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"mr gore" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"mr gore" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Long distances up sixteen miles to find the ice. Now, there's something called the global warming policy foundation. It's a think tank they call themselves. Nonpartisan. They say they're open minded on the contested science of global warming while remaining quote, deeply concerned about the costs and other implications of many policies currently being advocated close quote for that makes them global warming skeptics does that make film. Global warming show me the proof. List? Written by a zoologist named Susan Crawford. Henner study found. That it contradicts claims by environmental environmentalists and some scientists that false. Is would wipe out vote polar bear populations? There is very little evidence to support the idea the polar bear that the polar bear is being threatened with extinction by climate change into quote. Report says polar bears are very resourceful creatures. They have made it through warm periods in the past. And they seem to be taken the current warming in stride to she said, we're not seeing starving. Desperate bears. In fact, quite the opposite the facts on the ground make the claim that the bowler polar bears are going to be disappearing. Look silly. Including the abundance of fat bears. Residents are in fact, pushing their government for management pop policy that makes protection of human life. The priority close quote because there's so many of them. Now that tracks. What media watch from the UK said about Alborz assertion that the polar bear population was threatened. Here's what media watch UK said. But we'll submit this fighter. We'll get a run again a planet on the edge. They cling precariously to the top of what is left of the ice. Floe? The fragile grip. The perfect symbol of the tragedy of global warming captured on film by Canadian environmentalists the pair of polar bears look stranded on chunks of broken ice. Those stranded polar bears on the shrinking octa guys victims of global warming, certainly tugged at the heartstrings that photo was published. Not only in the Sunday. Telegraph it made it onto the front page of the New York Times. And the International Herald Tribune it also ran in London's Daily Mail the times of London and Canada's Ottawa citizen, and that's just tonight. A few all use it as evidence of globe. Warming, and the imminent demise of the polar bear. But the photo was account. It was two and a half years old. And it wasn't snapped by Canadian environmentalists. It was taken by an Australian marine biology student on a field trip and in what month does she take it? The time of year was August summer summer when every year the fringes of the Arctic ice cap Milt, regardless of the wider of fix global warming. So what are the polo base stranded? They did not appear to be in danger. I did not see the based on the ice. And I did not see them get off. I cannot say either way if they were stranded or not and they didn't obey stranded. Denis Cima of environment. Canada Hato Canada's national post, you have to keep in mind that the bay is not endanger at all. This is a perfect picture for climate change. You have the impression they are in the middle of the ocean. And they are going to die. But they were not that far. From the coast, and it was possible for them to swim. They are still alive and having fun. That's not how Al Gore source. Hey, use it in a presentation on manmade global warming. The habitat is melting beautiful animals literally being forced off the planet. Mr. gore said with the photo on the screen behind him. They are in trouble got nowhere else to go audience members led out gasps of sympathy. Well, that's because they base at a distance rather cues fussy who doesn't like polar bears. Now. Speaker Pelosi says that she's not going to pursue impeachment. Unless the Muller investigation has blatant evidence of corruption and collusion. Maxine Waters not amused. And will there be an expanded investigation because we know that Yvonne Trump is still getting patents in China and other countries while she the adviser to the president of the United States. You have Don, jR, signature on some of those checks that Michael Cohen turned over both to congress and to the New York Times that are showing dump Trump was signing. Checks to him to reimburse them for the stormy Daniels payment while president could this investigation. Wind up broader than Donald Trump touching on his family. Oh, absolutely. As a matter of fact, I said they were five different committees. That are looking at different aspects of this. And each one of what you've just alluded to may fall in one of the different committees. But for example, Mr. Cohen has always been there testifying for oversight and investigations, and they were talking about the hush money that he was involved with. So that's one aspect of it. Also, you have the judiciary committee. That's looking at obstruction of Justice and corruption, and then you have me and one other committee. That's. Looking basically at what has been going on with Deutsche Bank, and some of his finances, and so on and on it goes this president has basically been involved in initiation all kinds of actions. That's unheard of. So I take it. You think he ought to be impeached. When we come back new poll about how young Americans feel about socialism. And it's pretty scary. We're talking about millennials and so called generations the people in their twenties people in their thirties. How do they feel about socialism? Any and Omar. Try to debunk the assertion that she was dissing Obama, which you said Obama had a pretty faith and pretty smile. But he got away with murder. She said, no, no, no, no. I I love Obama. I didn't mean to thing. Here's what I really.

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"mr gore" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:47 min | 3 years ago

"mr gore" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Do you trust the FBI you trust the jiman-? What do you think about what happened this morning at five A M outside a three bedroom? Private home in Florida as twenty nine police officers and federal agents to the teeth in body armor with fifteen thousand pistols, arrested and handcuffed roaches stone for what what was the charge that he misrepresented what he said in front of a congressional committee about his contacts to WikiLeaks. Contacts were legal. But the fact that he misrepresented them means that he had to stand in a federal duck today. Incredible portions of America, I brought to you in part by the association for mature American citizens. Amac back to your calls line to waiting very patiently. Oh my gosh. Donovan from Kentucky. I you still on the line Donovan and back there. Yes. I am. Welcome aboard. Well, you know, a million that some here nine states the wall. I went to college ASU I used to cross that border every weekend. I'm looking Miami. Miami to Nashville, and there's a lot of Americans who don't really understand how immigrants are hurting us, and I can tell you if you've ever been to Tennessee, they such a huge illegal immigration problem. They can breaking the poultry industry. Money desperately just to repair the roads. So they tax food ten percent. And that that is how the average Joe Americans don't understand how that wall affects you weapon, Tennessee, even. It's such a good point. I've said it before but it needs repeating every single day. If you're discussing this issue with the democrat, if you're discussing this issue somebody who who doesn't like Donald Trump. There's a very important message to get out if you are somebody who sees themselves as compassionate, then you should build the wall. I am not going to be affected by illegal immigration in terms of my job security, most Americans aren't but who's going to be threatened who's going to be hurt. The most it's going to be the recent legal immigrant who barely speaks English. Who's at the bottom of the income, ladder income somebody from Guatemala, Mexico. You name it is prepared to do that person's job at half the rate for cash under the table. Guests who heads not me not the people in DC, not the people in the big cities the recently arrived legal immigrants. So whether it's the children that are being sent unaccompanied in the hands of the coyotes. Whether it's the women eighty percent of whom are sexually assaulted as trafficked across the border. Whether it's the seventy two thousand Americans who died as a result of a drug overdose. Last year ninety percent of the opioid. They took coming across the southern border. But whether it's victims of MS thirteen whether it's Kate Steinle whether its corP nail saying, if you can't if you'll compassionate if you think you are the person who champions human rights than you should be on the side of building the wall because it stops the incentive for these things to happen. Let's go thank you for your call. Donovan that let's go to a champion for law enforcement. Bob in California. Thank you for joining us. Bob. Welcome aboard. Hello. Yes. Can you hear me America? Can hear you Bob. Okay. Great. Hey, listen, Mr. Gorka, I respect you one hundred percent. I'm neither democrat or Republican. But when you talk about the FBI such a terrible HMO retired police office. At surged twenty three years, and I admire I respect, and I've always worked many years with the FBI eight. Is this your tearing down because you're saying did I did I say anything in general about the whole FBI? I did not, sir. I did not. I did not. I did not say the FBI's terrible. So so I'll hear you out. But you've got to quote me correctly. Go ahead. Let me go and fish, you said that they showed up a Roger stone's home. What twenty seven agents guns draw? Let me just say this that is the normal procedures does not for a white collar crime. It isn't Yukon sorry. I respect your time enforcement for a white collar crime to do with congressional testimony. It is not Leo standard procedure to have a loaded. AR fifteen in your hand. That is not correct, Bob, you know, it, and I know it is Mr. gore is not it is not it is not absolutely not. If you're dealing Bob if you're dealing with somebody who the threat assessment indicates has a violent track record and has the means to do. So then the prior rate briefing goes over that threat assessment, and you prepare accordingly, but for a man who is charged with perjury in a congressional cry in a congressional testimony. It is not absolutely not standard operating procedures. Bob. Sorry. Factually, not correct. This is America. I.

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