17 Burst results for "Mr Karel"

"mr karel" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"To say about this because you know people saying the right thing about this process one so all lose go we'll hear take this or k are going on now shown america so suddenly what do you think about this process much of the process will be dictated about well weather by weather mr karel chooses to appear and the find themselves you'll love the times violence of what's the big what do you mean what kind of time there'll be from appropriate south none the paper signed the paper fish question why the rush we have an obligation is the talking point to provide safe working environment for all these a series of allegations gives the myra it's true so is there something you can do to keep minors away from guy or whatever we just got to be some are allegations is you danger to people how to expel somebody out something you don't know how may the state senate would joke this is the great one his the other is the of the parlor uh what constitutes sufficient time that will be up to the chair and really depends upon the circumstances well mr cattle and his attorney be allowed to ask questions a committee member of staff and senator journeys no what about what about is until proven guilty this is not a court of law the said it's not charged with determining and individuals guilt or innocence per se nor we weighing a person's freedom as would be the case to the court of law our constitution requires good behaviour in quotes and such a lower threshold of avoiding the periods of impropriety are you kidding me right that mike we write that down i want that emblazoned we hang that in the studio printed at a big banner the constitution requires good behaviour and quotes and sets a lower threshold of avoid the appearance of impropriety time to expel the governor we will expel all kinds of people and that one holy moses imagine that's the standard the appearance of impropriety so we'll be down to one guy bernie the dog catcher from scituate we sit there going they uh uh her dooley this portion of our show slimmer swans by joe and son service center your car ready to take on the winner here we need to go rely on joe son's service center.

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"mr karel" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The center has been dealing with intense the charges against him but using the full power the constitution to extract him is as compelling and act as i've seen since i moved here eighteen plus years ago especially since it's never been done in history it requires and good for these e you to crystallize this it requires high level discourse and full transparency showare where is the blank in resolution mr senate president we all ought to be reading it and discussing it publicly for number days out of yours like okay i'm gonna read this resolution of the house judiciary committee next tuesday four thirty and that's going to be it and then you're what say he mr karel digit do it did your fiddle and did all the the page is that there is did you did you how many pictures the kentucky your girlfriend that that's not going to happen no defense attorneys vehicle and in this and the kids jammed up please note dope he's not going to get into that right now we have right now we have an intelligence test going on and some people are failing it as evidenced by that the vice chairman of the scituate democratic committee who called me who i gave what three or four but dougie any chances to a giver to answer the question three four dummies a dealer north providence you're on wpro here on i up that the pause june real quick your on wpro hilo political lyft hatched job in i think tnz is behind it i think that obama guy tanzi yup because theresa tanzi if woman called in this democratic party called didn't caversham one day i think and she was going on and on and and tara asked her if she um um what did she think of can't see coming out with the the accusation and not support us no no i think it does also unsee relationship to them or why is this core dea when she comes from that neighborhood um can't see in now this core dea whose only been high rents himself kingston yeah well late she knows this woman sidhu listen you're all over the map uh loves thanks i gotta break it's.

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"mr karel" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Ooh when the man so chris this week we had a little uh we've lost a couple that irishman yes redid we'd lost the a mainly we've lost my friend son history twenty six years uh james carol my heart goes out the barry and his family um and we lost the well like a very said one could sing in one could say the other one was the warsaw rate for the cranberries uh actually one of my favorite groups to listen to yeah and the 46 years old i tragically yeah uh suddenly shall we say not civil stragically but the of lead with three kids behind and out whatever the should all be held tuesday step in and it just the case because we have that new civil service now out of what would be lila may wish agaic well if i had the time they're via thea the church of saint albi in bali brick in the county of limerick at eleven thirty a pummeled the that'd be held the state for four hours and now at now this is very hot felt out to the calcium henry and now will irish griffey jr guys may the road rise up to meet you they may the win be always at your back may the sunshine warmer upon your face rate's fall soft upon your feels and when we meet again the got hold you in the power of his hands may you be and have and a half all before the devil nausea that baroness yeah so to mr karel and the feeling that any doubt and the oath will overridden yeah i was going to say and i was i say gaelic subjugate like the only gaelic you've taught me a very bad we're ad council and i got a couple of gaelic thanks here to all by the way what she will makes us was special to jimmy is would you please go to college of a curry calls you've been were to the radio station heated yet pretty co if it's where we probably hey let's go to the hot mic where we have a hot mic is sponsored by mike kiss a weaker kissel a law.

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"mr karel" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

Freedom 95 Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

"Best man for the job one it's not mary safe for a woman to travel loan in syria to you are available and three there's someone you need to meet why can't your husband go with you and afraid is not around any he passed away when simon simoes two oh sorry to hear that now that was a few years ago that god is taking care of us sure wife i never found the time to get married who was once someone special in my life but like you said that was a long time ago i understand did you realize that we have a lot in common what could we possibly have in common who nothing hobie iran mr karel i two months was searching i'm not searching for anything except for a job now carol it is very clear that you are searching for the meaning of life the meaning of life i have news for you life has no meaning that's what i once thought to them when i met the master i found the true and what was that you'll see soon enough my look at the crowds master must be here does this master of yours have a name oh yes his name is jesus christ jesus but how can that be he's just a baby a.

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"mr karel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Uh in this plenum a senior your high school fees parents needed the money badly uh that also wasn't no but copious senator terry said mr karel with her anyway my parents can have this money and i could go to call and while the you know you you talked about him kind of blowing up before everything went down here in colorado with the business was shack and everything do you know what exactly ignited all of that well we're we're conflict a course over is very young uh uh a hispanic fiancee but his mother was a big controlfreak and they had their hooks deep into his money and get big came a competitive issue with toby his father they had also bought it in italian league team together uh olympia milano the new york yankees in the italian league in joe bryant way overpaid for players and bankrupted that uh franchise the give it away it was wasn't known in this country but it was absolutely humiliating for kobi he lost faith he felt um george mulford the psychologist said that palea nation often comes from manipulation and by the time he had been manipu he did uh first biased parents uh second bite a shoe company uh then you know battling phil jackson the manipulation he felt there just as a young guy reacted the the sat moment was they won the championship the lakers did in his hometown in philadelphia he had thrown his family out of his life on the eve of a play off the lakers are celebrating a locker room he's over and a handy cap bathroom stall i mean just lost in missouri and finally is uncle chevy cox comes in the locker room the only family member there any breaks down sobbing it's uh it's totally paid a very heavy price to be who you a lot of people obviously outside of los angeles would view kobe bryant as a villain um given what i've read in your book in what you're sharing with us here is.

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"mr karel" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

"What we did with our young since i'm christmas we gave them the run of the store for help yourselves candy cookies anything you want oh he's home steady now don't get carried away if these adorable fashion cow in a minute dear yes oh my god it's good hear youngsters around the place again and then he children do you have to abide underground but they're both grown up now gone away seems like such a short time we had the west well would you like to come out in the kitchen with b margaret yes i'll help you put things on urge if you wanna hang up your thing the bedrooms a right up to stay away their although take these blankets than coats up where kids find another ten back there stab school the fanfare mr terrel it's the same one i used to belong to my daughter she wrote locked like you when she was jewelry did you have some kids mr tara is we have to burden mr karel weighhill the grown up bonn kathy branch alone similar that you're choking yes we are sometimes i think we miss the most at christmas time young kids dole know how much you mean to you folks at christmas we we never thought about it i guess we always just how much christmas meant to us we used to have our tree he abide stole and julian bill would decorated and put the chambers that children stars and the little glass bells that that role in the box back at the corner where the kids the more we don't you hazing christmas new kathy mordor digits there's no went to decorate the tree i'm still one word i get it get it what are you crying about schramm i just feel syria side y'all are you thinking what i'm thinking maybe will climb up on a botham get down those snow shoes you're going back to the car back what's wrong with the children margaret they didn't he i don't know they're plotting something we've grown me onto the story told me to stay back here and locked the door maybe you then go out front and see what they're doing gm all there all right i mean leave them alone whatever they are doing nathan added for over an hour everybody now colonel vo lamps of a pity six what are they going to work what in the world will you look bath it's christmas eve remember oh a tree decorated and with.

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"mr karel" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on WDRC

"The power broker and had him sign it told him i was working a book about john mitchell who's richard nixon's attorney general who had been a powerful bond attorney prior to that on wall street and i was figured that as a bond attorney uh mr mitchell must have had dealings with robert moses who was the powerful new york city commissioner who who in who presided over a massive multi decade building spree in new york truly one of the most powerful individuals in new york state and mr karel with his new york accent said you know yeah they're there correspondence between uh moses in mitch didn't use it in the book though and he then told me though as a function of his work on an on the biography of lyndon johnson that he had learned that uh when richard nixon won the presidency 1968 he had the customary meeting uh with the with the outgoing president a london johnson a brought with him one individual john mitchell and that after the meeting lyndon johnson turned to his own aden said the strong man there is mitchell excuse me that's my carol lyndon johnson said the strong man there's john mitchell and i told this to debbie ferrick who you may know from having worked on cnn for many years she was at new york one at that time and she said to me while you realize this has got to be the title of your book the strongman and so that was 1998 about ten years after that i finally published the book the strongman john mitchell in the secrets of watergate the title came while robert carol in now you know the rest of the story touched by the hand of god in in in hit political biography terms james rosen in my view the iconic powerbroker in my life that even killed yes even killed thank you james i'll see you tomorrow.

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"mr karel" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on WDRC

"The first ditch of this segment like we've been very dangerously it's like the trench warfare of world war one it's true that's a big ditches on by the way at author herman and who are permanent who was talking about the the birth ukawa's author of the new book 1917 i think it's very commendable brian that from time to time you do find the time to help promote books that are not written by you've got fed's bed diet roger now in that's big i ran towards your pages i barely got past the cover the it's over th he's on monday to the grant ulysses s grant wonderful man that you've been a fairly prolific author uh several titles to span of a few years uh but you know who i wonder about his rubber carroll who is the great historian uh who's at work on a multi volume biography of lyndon johnson i believe the last installment that was published the states back to 1982 was the first instalment the last instalment only took us up to the point where mr johnson becomes vice president under president kennedy and these are richly detailed thousand page books very well regarded uh receive numerous awards but mr karel i believe is in his late seventies at this point so he he'd better get cracking my understanding further that robber carol only uses a typewriter for his work and specializes in these in finding these typewriter stores from which he cannibalize a spare parts for his typewriter amazing he also wrote robert moses the the book about rubber moses the powerbroker which is considered still from 1974 still today a model of political bogra fright you think one year they would just say no lower model now so do i have time to tell one robber carol story real quick while i tell you the first ones been great is hardly a top that one i would you would you like to return to eleanor roosevelt is that the pomda demo gandhi brian's to gain okay let's go rocca so uh when i was a producer at new york one news in uh in new york in 1998 thereabouts um i was very excited to see that robert carrow was going to be coming in for an interview with uh one of the one of the anchors so i got a ahold of a copy of.

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"mr karel" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on WLOB

"The power broker and had him sign it told him i was working a book about john mitchell who was richard nixon's attorney general who had been a powerful bond attorney prior to that on wall street night was figured that as a bond attorney mr mitchell must have had dealings with robert moses who was the powerful a new york city commissioner who who who presided over a massive multi decade building spree in new york truly one of the most powerful individuals in new york state and mr karel with his new york accent said to me oh yeah there there's correspondence between moses in mitch lied and use it in the book though and he then told me know as a function of his work on on the barbara fees lyndon johnson that he had learned that when richard nixon won the presidency 1968 he had the customary meeting with the with the outgoing president lindan johnson he brought with him one individual john mitchell and that after the meeting lyndon johnson turned to his own eight and said the strong man there is mitchell excuse me that's my carol lyndon johnson said the strong man there is john mitchell and i told this to debbie ferrick who you may know from having worked on cnn for many years she was at new york one at that time and she said to me while you realize this has got to be the title of your book the strongman and so that was 1998 about ten years after that i finally published the book the strongman john mitchell in the secrets of watergate the title came while robert carol in now you know the rest of the story touched by the hand of god in in in hit political biography terms james rosen in my view the iconic powerbroker in my life but even killed yes even killed.

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"mr karel" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on WLOB

"Dh but it's not even the first ditch of this segment like we've made very dangerously it's like the trench warfare world war one true that's a big ditches on another way it out there herman and who are herman who is talking about the the birth the kanas author of the new book 1917 i think it's very commendable brian that from time to time you do find the time to help promote books that are not written by you had spread to at rideshare now in that's big irate toward your pages i barely got past the cover the it's over he's on monday to grant ulysses s grant wonderful man now you've been a fairly prolific author of several titles span of a few years uh but you know who i wonder about his robber carrow who is the great historian who's at work on a multi volume biography of lyndon johnson i believe the last installment that was published the states back in 1982 was the first installment the last installment only took us up to the point where mr johnson becomes vice president under president kennedy and these are richly detailed thousand page books very well regarded uh received numerous awards but mr karel i believe is in his late seventies at this point so he he'd better get cracking my understanding further is that rubber carol only uses a typewriter for his work and specializes in these in finding these typewriter stores from which he cannibalize a spare parts for his typewriter amazing he also wrote robert moses the the book about rubber moses the powerbroker which is considered still from 1974 still today a model of political bogra fright you think one year they would just say no longer a model now so do i have time to tell one robert carol story real quick well i tell you the first ones been great it's hard a top that one i would you would you like to return to eleanor roosevelt is that the demo candy brian's finds a game really advocate less go rocca so uh when i was a producer at new york one news in uh in new york in 1998 thereabouts i was very excited to see that robert carroll was going to be coming in for an interview with the one of the one of the anchors so i got a hold of a copy of.

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"mr karel" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"With the city double cash card you get one percent cash back when you buy and one percent as you pay that's a feature of getting to w's on the road were catching the homerun ball without spilling a drink double boom double the love with the city double cashcard apply now at city dot com slash double cash could have lowered youth factory innings while he the if turkey way to put it that way but that day are you remember that sorry sorry cisse he's not fantasy focus baseball podcast here your hosts kristen kakharov did eric arab bell what fantasy focused baseball at the beautiful wednesday morning november fifteen two thousand seventeen that's right it's mid november getting ready for thanksgiving next week and we're talking baseball i am eric he is trysts than we've got our normal crew here except for one or information extra costs up is with us alot kyle how're you doing well as always and you mr karel can't complain busy with many sports and join my philadelphia teams we've also got an editorial watchdog leo halle here leo say hello please i was gone everybody everybody is good and back producing with us the incomparable gay basetsane gabe please share with everybody you're awesome voice feels good read backus welcome back welcome back my friend so this is the five us we're going to a baseball show today i can't tell you when the next one is but let's enjoy this one first you know what let's challenge gave right off the bat.

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"mr karel" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Marked the first time the unplugged performance will be made available as an album deluxe at also includes his fantasy with nile rogers along with bsides remix a single that it's all for that same era george michael freedom narrated by michael himself also features interviews with artist like stevie wonder now john mary dave lie liam gallagher as well as of five supermodels seen the freedom ninety video cindy crawford naomi campbell christy turlington than they've edge released dan is it idle notice last ladies tatyana petites we she pity um i i don't know what she looks like not exactly he not the same i don't i yeah the other ones are way more fair yeah i television those of your george michael fans that be kinda cool because i did not in clear his his unplugged concert i never even knew existed made nestle i think this is sort of trending over the weekend i'm the big george michael fan and i never knew it existed cell really cool that yeah no i watch a lot of unplug on mtd that never saw this one now you have your chance area um by the lead guitarist for the dixie hummingbird's has passed away the aged ninety two howard care all this to this the savvy group as the started as a quartet is formed by james davis in greenville south carolina highschool twenty these days and they recorded acappella the deck label in their 30s jack booted philadelphia in the 40s up after the end of the second world war as the santa gospel changed hummingbird's added base in drums and guitar all supplied by mr karel they performed in paul simon's love me like a rock 1973 when a grammy for their own version of this song as this stuff.

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"mr karel" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money

Forbes Sports Money

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money

"Any open i didn't hide anything i didn't i didn't do it louisville just did with adidas today i i didn't do that i said jerry i wanna give you five thousand dollars we're going to give your irish shoes put to put put him under players they were buying the shoes so now the kids didn't even have to buy the shoes house one good thing for the athletes but i always wanted to do that noone santa fe if you're lupescu me and all the other things that they they they they they try to figure out who now i want for a long time but it was a simple business field that was allowed by by roles hand law i certainly did make a break a law because he's guys had doors you'll par jerry coach that's where they had a car dealership they had arrested on the only thing they can spend a two thousand dollar restaurant bill that exploits their endorsement visa the 70s the greatest names it us works in a ones that you will change just gave it around absolutely right now we we we go through the years and then one time and they did it sham called me i wasn't bright enough to mandy rob '80s who had a washington laborit tony who i really didn't know at times said mr karel yoshino jankovic wants to do it all school deal i knew right away instinctively i've had if anything in my life outside of the world i have good instincts sam was at miami right uh probably me here i'm sorry sam just flurries and snow same as at the bank of h what was he outplayed director rob uh 80s graduated mary so he knew everyone aries a boost and all that so he was a lawyer he called me i knew his name but i had no the price he said yes and django would like to talk to you by doing an all scored a nice it wasn't all schools field he says in all scored ios they're going to sign you make your contract with sam and the university and they will give you all all the answer lady teams.

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"mr karel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The cybersecurity we have got a huge problem and i guess the front the thing that i see is is perhaps as they say in west virginia were getting we get a mixture we're we're not getting the cart before the horse yeah we we need to ensure the the stability and safety of these vehicles before we start rolling amount in approving legislation to put them on the road thank you and thank you for your indulgence mr karel put some acquiescence into the record by workforce training thanks thank you centrehalf and sarah capital thank you mr chairman thank you for the hearing haven't been in the entire time but i you've got a great panel because you've got to west virginians on the panel ms andreasen mr halsell uphill run good hands i would add just recently returned from a trip to israel and when the question was asked what countries are really at the cutting edge they talked a lot in israel about us a selfdriving iin automated and vehicles and i think they have that they have a very small very flat country as well but i think they're really work on the technologies there uh so i want it to bring that up i have a question it may be that i'm off kind of hot on how these things really work but also mr carcasses are directed at yale we live in a state that has um spotty can activity even on our main arteries uh through either wireless are interstates cuts in and out and i have some concern sarin that if we move forward on this or at the technology moves forward how much can activity in all the different areas of plays into being able to run this sufficiently and safely at could you speak.

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"mr karel" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

KALW 91.7 FM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

"America i'm afraid you're doomed appreciate america dealing with it is a very remarkable country especially considering its you use of america is the oldest traditions it has been going on now for three hundred years to hear them dog grumbled imagine rumor i childhood civilization goes in their second there is undoubtedly a great deal of corruption in american politics i suppose you will you do that i wonder politics are in a sad way ever where i am told they certainly are in england i'm sure they're dealing with you don't think that uneducated people should be allowed to have those people who should do news site vernon modern politics modeling should never take sides in anything mr cavill taking sides is the beginning of sincerity and earnestness follows shortly afterwards in human being becomes a ball however the house of commons really does very little harm you can't make people good bye act of parliament you cannot denied that the house of commons has always shown great sympathy with the sufferings of the poor special vice that is the special vice age wondered sympathize with the joy the beauty the color of life the list said about life soares the better mr karel i am not at all don't even theme but of amusement for the poor blankets cools are sufficient there is now the players robots the upper class as it is health is what we wanted martin life that is not healthy healthier told you are quite right later carol learn i believe i am usually right horrid word health silliest word an englishlanguage news will the popular odu health the english country gentleman galloping offer fox.

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"mr karel" Discussed on WREK

WREK

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on WREK

"Show do for you this show not only helped me throughout my career but it helped me really elevate might drag persona i really look at drag in a different way and really just made me become a better person and a better creative person has the show itself chains dragging the us absolutely now that this show is definitely in the forefront of our culture it has an effect until how people drag what they wanted delighted and and things like that and i think that that's a really great thing now that the show is reaching a catapault of people like crazy you're than i ever thought it would tell our listeners who you are and while you're here i have no idea no i'm frank de niro and i am a drag on for the third year in a row hardly because i adore dragging partly because i'm working on a book on drag it'll come out twenty eight team and so that's why i'm here but it's mostly out of love for drag on tuesday i would during the country with lease l and i've been opening for everywhere from january to april i think we did fortyfive dates all over the country was kind of crazy and now i'm all for weeks at the time saved my computer and i've said the keyword type of type of type the book is getting there but you know that's what i've been doing that we go back out on the road in the middle of a again germany who you are the random soon barbara stocking mr karas stocking mr karel but you know i only stop the best my husband frank kerr i'm jim colucci annan author and tv writer and i love it because i'm where such fans of drag race in general and i'm not a big reality show person i'm a sitcom person i love scripted tv but when you can see reality show that has so much hard in it and then see it come to life where you get to see everybody here in one room it's amazing so as both fans of drag also the second dragged on last year identify panel about my book girls forever and learn to show up at drag on wearing a betty white tshirt and these are your people and so this is amazing it's like between loving dragon rubbing dragged on and then knowing that i'm in a room.

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"mr karel" Discussed on WREK

WREK

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"mr karel" Discussed on WREK

"Show do for you this show not only helped me throughout my career but it helped me really elevate might drag persona i really look at drag in a different way and really just made me become a better person and a better creative person has the show itself chains dragging the us absolutely now that this show is definitely in the forefront of our culture it has an effect until how people drag what they wanted delighted and and things like that and i think that that's a really great thing now that the show is reaching a catapault of people like crazy you're than i ever thought it would tell our listeners who you are and while you're here i have no idea no i'm frank de niro and i am a drag on for the third year in a row hardly because i adore dragging partly because i'm working on a book on drag it'll come out twenty eight team and so that's why i'm here but it's mostly out of love for drag on tuesday i would during the country with lease l and i've been opening for everywhere from january to april i think we did fortyfive dates all over the country was kind of crazy and now i'm all for weeks at the time saved my computer and i've said the keyword type of type of type the book is getting there but you know that's what i've been doing that we go back out on the road in the middle of a again germany who you are the random soon barbara stocking mr karas stocking mr karel but you know i only stop the best my husband frank kerr i'm jim colucci annan author and tv writer and i love it because i'm where such fans of drag race in general and i'm not a big reality show person i'm a sitcom person i love scripted tv but when you can see reality show that has so much hard in it and then see it come to life where you get to see everybody here in one room it's amazing so as both fans of drag also the second dragged on last year identify panel about my book girls forever and learn to show up at drag on wearing a betty white tshirt and these are your people and so this is amazing it's like between loving dragon rubbing dragged on and then knowing that i'm in a room.

frank kerr frank de niro fortyfive germany jim colucci annan writer