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"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"With Joe Piscopo, My kind of town just absolutely adore that song. I'm playing all my favorite hits. We do have requests and the next hour we're going to play some more requests as we go along. You're welcome to call 808 489 to 2 to 1 808 for eight W. ABC, We are fresh off. A spectacular night in the Hamptons yesterday. I am not a Hamptons guy. I'm a jersey shore guy. I want to tell you Give me seaside heights. Give me wild would get me l b I That's where I usually usually go. So this week I go out and I wanted to get out quickly has been so busy for all of us, and I just got in from Wisconsin. And which we had a great time. You know what? By the way as an aside before I tell you about the Hamptons. What a great country we live in. You know, you know how I know Because I'm out there. I'm out there. I'm so tired of everybody telling us we're not a great people. We are a great people with all our hearts go out to everybody affected by either all that happened, you know, you know, overseas in another countries, you know? But we are good people. I'm an ash cash as God's Wisconsin. Oh, yeah. And I'm doing the jazz festival and I'm in downtown Ajit Cash and I'm playing to like we have a full 17 piece orchestra with my buddies. Dave Damiani, Haley Reinhart. Eugene Land Out Murphy. What a great show headlined by Joey DeFrancesco. The legend on Oregon man who plays the sax, and he places the the trumpet, and we're gonna feature Joey later in the show, and he's going to join us next week. He is in Switzerland as we speak. So we had a great time. Then then we do the show in Osh Kosh, and then I go in and we take a trip to ours, and we go to Kenosha. Which is an outdoor bandshell, and this was the best. So now they introduced me and I'm out there. We have a nice crab in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and I started a couple tunes and all of a sudden there's a storm coming in. So they go came on stage and said, Oh, we have our experts are telling us we have to step away from the bandshell step. But you have to if you would go in your car folks. They told the audience that by the way, And then I'm thinking and I said on stage, you know, in New York, you know, at Jones Beach when we were doing the tunnel to towers, I start bragging a little bit. You know about New York, where there were sheets of raid there was flooding. There was an electrical fire on stage and you know, we still and I'm just saying so, but they stopped the show. It's good thing they did, because this big, huge lightning storm came in. This is what's great about Americans. Those folks in Wisconsin went into their car. They waited until the storm passed about 20 minutes, half hour and you know what? They all came back and we finished the show and I went back on stage. I've never seen anything like it. Then they were happy, and they were proud to be Americans. You know, it's a great great country and then last night in the Hamptons I want to tell you and I They flew me out on blade. You know, It's a cool company that has they fly you out, and I felt like Frank Sinatra, Ito and the chopper out there and the view of the Hamptons. Just beautiful. And just even more important. You see in the New York Post, I could see they they did a nice article celebrating John Catsimatidis birthday and celebrating life and all birthdays you know, September Birthdays. John and Margot were out there with Yanni. John Jr was there and I'll tell you we had the best time ever. It was a love fest. We are good people, and I always appreciate John Cats and Margo For bringing us all together and creating a great family out of New York and across the country right here on W. ABC. So we like to celebrate that with the great music of Frank Sinatra. I'm so blessed and honored to be able to do that have such respect for Tina Nancy. You know, Frank Jr rest his soul and E J and the whole family. They are royalty. I'll tell you what they really are Royalty from Whole book in New Jersey. And this. I love this about Frank Sinatra told you Once I told you 1000 times this next song how this is the one Marlon Brando did in guys and dolls and you and I kind of saw Frank Sinatra on the sideline playing Nathan Detroit saying, Why isn't Mr rest singing that song? Why is Mumbles mumbles Mom and Riendeau Mother read the way by singing this so good for you never figured that out Well, Mr S Does his part He played like almost an extra role as this. They filmed this song and Marlon Brando sang it than the old man recorded that Mr Sinatra recorded and he owns it. This is a classic. This is a classic from Francis Albert on 77. W. ABC Luck Be a lady. They call you, Lady Luck. But there is room for a doubt. At times you have a very unladylike way of running out. You're on this state with me. Pickens have been lush. And yet before this evening is over, you might give me the brush. You might forget your manners. You might refuse to stay. And so do the best that I can.

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"mr rest" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

06:27 min | 6 months ago

"mr rest" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"We don't know if they're law about killing peacocks. Chimpanzee like i probably not japan's east providence. They're a little bit cheaper. 'cause they're smart. I hadn't like impressionable situation happening. I was in middle school. I was just no walking along. And i saw like a bunch of boys kicking around a praying mantis and got so upset. I was like what are you doing. Like it's just there's they're so cool and they like just stomped on it and killed it. And i was like i started getting upset. I was like what's wrong with you. People and i was just a little kid. I just sent reaction. And i don't know like i think that men guys have like more of like a. Let's kill stuff. Let's shoot still. It's finally have this. It's a primal thing. I don't get it but i was like really upset about it and i reported it and they're like well. It's done mixture. Both i was like super wants. Here's a perfect technology. That i'd always heard that he dumped salt on a slug and make it melt. Yeah and so. Morbid curiosity came out. And i really wanted to try it. And i saw this banana slugs. I lived in oregon coast. Banana slugs giant slugs salt on it and immediately when it started to melt started weeping and i got out of paper towels and tried to wipe it off and i just wiped and wipe wipe until this gone sad. I know my dad used to teach us like shoot pellet guns and stuff and he'd say don't ever shoot a bird or feeling crap after he doesn't feel good. Don't do it. And yeah. So i wanna talk to this dude in humboldt county like but i would pick on someone your own size mr annan. The birds named mr p. Or as will zulia mr rest in peace rest in peace. Mr p. i would put a hit on on some geese but we've been over my hatred for geese. Oh library in. England apologized for hosting rainbow dill pickle. Deal don't know monkey to entertain children. But we i'm confused. I have questions as a photograph we can reference here. There's actually a video these weird dancing clown free people. Here's the reading. Here's the summer reading. Challenge think just. That's this is the this is the that's rainbow dill pickle. Mikey and you can see the pickle monkey and there's rainbow. Oh wait so the thing. That's dangling is thing right and that's the offensive part that it will got it and but not at them. The question is who came after them. Everybody like this is not okay. Why would they think that that's okay for children. That's the right. That would be the question. I think right issues. The children are so quite. They need to loosen up. Just come out and just hang out with the public get into. Yeah so it feels like at some point here like within the next few years we're going to get at a point where like inviting pennywise the clown to like eat by berries. And you're like what you don't you don't want the clown children. What's wrong with you. I want you on a misreading like The exploits of ted bundy that your kids. What's wrong what's wrong with you. You just squares. Gosh let the child is children fleischer. Not yeah gosh. So you're not far off is a sad thing. It's so someone had really insane. So someone had commented on their their social media posts like another library commentator and that was surprising when i saw that. And they replied back if you got it. Flaunt it electrical library. Before the outrage sparked and then later attach it to the joan habit So we say well even more triggering than rainbow dill pickle. Monkey is something to happen in man. This portland resident got extremely triggered. We ever triggered took when he saw a big scary truck. It was a big truck. In fact it was so big it was like a ford f. Three fifty which is pretty common. So the scott. This guy posted about it on social media takes a picture of tags. The portland police is street. Legal report this. It is pretty. It's pretty big though. It has layers of tires. It's a big truck for people are taking pictures and the second one. i think. That guy's super duty is no. It's because the other person's like way in this surfer dean. The picture is this. I picked up the person reporting. Believe okay because that these for size comparison that looks I see. I think that might have been just a bystander. Like hey can you stand there. Still i picture and report this because this is just ridiculous and then so he tags started issue. This can't be legal. A truck this big. I just have this bike difference. Here's the bike is so little door ft by the massive trucks. This is ridiculous. I was just on my way to deliver this post mates and this is just offensive. Cyclists in portland are very aggressive portland adjacent native right. So yeah they despise this calling trudy. Yeah this is like no. Yeah like the moment that you try to because you know you turn you have to get into the bike lane intern. You get the yells of the stairs of anger is great portland yet. Sketch of a bicyclist near stike point of view on him and everything. He's young all the cars. he goes soo. he's like this. Is my lane my lane coming through and go through my lane. And he says like yelling the rules and everybody. It's just like a karen. On wheels bicyclist. Someone pointed out to the same user has also tweeted and sport of the defunding police movement. But he wants the police to come in the truck owners except for what he wanted to do me sir truck cuffed.

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"mr rest" Discussed on X96

X96

03:40 min | 8 months ago

"mr rest" Discussed on X96

"Thank banging on the chopping now, like a breath in town Gone forever. It seems like just yesterday, Mr Rest. His name. Daisy would raise these damn you got me. All right. Oh, God. What? God. Okay, Kistane Medicine. What's the last killing A white mist up? Oh, no way down again. Bank from the classes, walls, small household shotguns, odor. Because back comes on passing by a nation under God Fucking child got it for free. It's always darkest just before $100 to stay away with Vegas. Done. Most of the blast comes through this money, Mister. Oh, no money down you come Awesome away. How ways such shambles but not fat. So you must have some rest from themselves saying with those that shows to kiss who rise somebody trying Insisting on but please use my news 50. Shape around going. Jane Parker 77 lost 13 cast down. Yes. Yes. What's the last thing that you live next? 96,.

"mr rest" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"mr rest" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To the lectern. Coming to the lectern before the 100 senators in this chamber, Mr President and Members of the United States Senate. This is Bruce Castor of attorney for president. Time to hear from me. My name is Bruce Castor. I am the lead prosecutor lead, uh Counsel for the 45th president, United States. Was assistant D A. For such a long time I keep saying, prosecutor but I do understand the difference. Mr Rest. Before I begin. I want Oh comment on the Outstanding presentation from our opponents. And the emotion that certainly welled up in Congressman. We're asking about his family being here during That terrible day and You will not hear any member of the team representing Former president Trump Say anything. But in the Strongest possible way denounce The violence of the Writers and those that breached the capital, The very citadel. Of our democracy, literally the symbol that flashes on television whenever you're trying to explain That we're talking about the United States. Instant, simple. Have an attack is Repugnant in every sense of the word. Loss of life is horrific. Spent many long years. Prosecuting homicide cases catching criminals that committed murders. Have quite an extensive experience in dealing with After mass Of those things. Certainly. As a F O P member and a member of many police organizations myself. We Mourned the loss of the Capitol Police officer who I understand is laying Not too far away from here. And you know Many of you in this room. Over your careers before they reached this summit here. In the Senate. Would have had times where you Represented your local communities as Assistant district attorney's assistant Commonwealth attorney's assistant state attorney's And you know this to be true that went in a horrific event occurred in your county or in your jurisdiction. If it was a state jurisdiction, you know that there was a terrible outcry. The public immediately reacts with with a desire that someone pay because something really bad happened and that is a natural reaction. Of human beings. The natural reaction of human beings because we are generally a social people. We enjoy being around one another. Even in D. C. We Recognize that people all the world over and especially Americans, who share that special bond with one another love the freedoms that this country gives us. And We all feel That if somebody is unsafe when they're walking down the street that the next person that's unsafe could be you. Your spouse, one of your Children. Some other person that you love and know personally. So you'll never hear anybody. Representing for President Trump. Say anything at all. Other than what happened on January 6th. And the storming. Breaching of the capital. His Should be denounced in the most Vigorous terms. Nor that those persons responsible Should be prosecuted to the fullest extent. But our rules allow and indeed I have followed some of those cases those prosecutions and it seems to me We're doing a pretty good job of identifying Prosecuting those persons. Who committed those defenses. Recommend the FBI and distribute come Columbia police and the other agencies for their work. It's natural to recoil. It's an immediate Thing. It comes over you. Without your ability to stop it. The desire for retribution who caused this awful thing? How do we make them pay? We recognize in the law and I know many of you are lawyers. Probably lawyers. Some of that been a lawyer 35 years longer than me. Many longer than me. Probably And we know we have a we have a specific Body of law. The deals with Passion and rage, blinding logic and reason. That's the difference between manslaughter and murder. Manslaughter is the killing of a human being upon sudden and intense provocation. Murder is done with cold blood. Reflective thought we are so understanding of the concept. People's minds can be overpowered with emotion, where logic does not immediately kick in. That we have recognized. Examples that otherwise would be hearsay. And said that no when you're driving down the street and you look over at your wife and you say, Hey, you know what That guy's about to drive through the red light and kill that person. What Your wife can't testify to what you said, because even though it's technically hearsay is an exception because it's the event living through the person. Why No opportunity for reflective thought. There's all sorts of examples that we recognize in the law. For why people immediately desire. Retribution immediately recognize in the law that people can be overcome by events..

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"mr rest" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"mr rest" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Another thing I expect Steve that we're going to hear from Trump's defense lawyers, and it's already been previewed by Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul. And some of the House impeachment managers is comments or video from Democratic politicians making statements about fighting and and rhetoric of that sort. Him. And will say again that you're listeningto live special coverage from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Susan Davis. Go right on soon. Tim. Question about this. You know Joe Biden obviously a lesser player in this event, but he was the winner of the election. It was the electoral votes that were being cast to affirm his election on the day of the January 6th attack on the capital. Has the White House or has the president spoken at all about this impeachment trial? Have they taken a position on the question of whether Trump should be convicted for his role? They are studiously avoiding taking a position, saying that it is the Senate's job to deal with this. In essence, President Biden does not want his agenda to be sidetracked by this. He really wants a $1.9 trillion covert relief bill. He is pushing for that. His administration is continuing to hold events this week, including today where Of course, he got a shouted question about whether he was watching the impeachment trial. He said No, he has another job, different job. His job is to be the president to deal with the Corona virus pandemic, and the Senate has their job and they're going to do it. And he says they're going to conduct themselves well, and that, he said, is all he is going to say about impeachment. We May. It's looks like we may be coming back into session soon. The Senate has taken a quick break from making arguments, opening arguments in the case over a constitutional question of whether the Senate has the right to proceed with the trial of a former president. The House impeachment managers had made their initial case They've reserved some room to rebut the arguments of the defense Here is Patrick Leahy, the president pro TEM and presiding officer. The Senate impeachment trial of two hours. And Mr Haskell has 33 minutes. Procedures. Press You may Coming to the lectern. Coming to the lectern before the 100 senators in this chamber, Mr President and Members of the United States Senate. This is Bruce Castor on attorney in Time to hear from me. My name is Bruce Castor. I am the lead prosecutor lead, uh Counsel for the 45th president, United States. Was assistant D A. For such a long time I keep saying, prosecutor but I do understand the difference. Mr Rest. Uh, Before I begin. I want Oh comment on the Outstanding presentation from our opponents. And the emotion that certainly welled up in Congressman. We're asking about his family being here during That terrible day and You will not hear any member of the team representing Over President Trump. Say anything. But in the Strongest possible way denounce The violence of the Writers and those that breached the capital, The very citadel. Of our democracy. Literally the symbol that flashes on television whenever you're trying to explain That we're talking about the United States. Instant, simple. Haven't attacked is Repugnant in every sense of the word. Loss of life is horrific. Spent many long years. Prosecuting homicide cases catching criminals that committed murders. Have quite an extensive experience in dealing with Aftermath. Of those things. Certainly. As a F O P member and a member of many police organizations myself. We Mourned the loss of the Capitol Police officer who I understand is laying Not too far away from here. And you know Many of you in this room. Over your careers before they reached this summit here. In the Senate. Would have had Times where you Represented your local communities as Assistant district attorney's assistant come with attorneys assistant state attorney's And you know this to be true that went a horrific event occurred in your county or in your jurisdiction. If it was a state jurisdiction, you know that there was a terrible outcry. The public immediately reacts with with a desire that someone pay because something really bad happened and that is a natural reaction. Of human beings. The natural reaction of human beings because we are generally a social people. We enjoy being around one another. Even in D. C. We Recognize that people all the world over and especially Americans, who share that special bond with one another love the freedoms that this country gives us. And We all feel That if somebody is unsafe when they're walking down the street that the next person that's unsafe could be you. Your spouse, one of your Children. Some other person that you love and know personally. So you'll never hear anybody. Representing for President Trump. Say anything at all. Other than what happened on January 6th. And the storming. Breaching of the capital. His Should be denounced in the most Vigorous terms. Nor that those persons responsible Should be prosecuted to the fullest extent. But our rules allow and indeed I have followed some of those cases those prosecutions and it seems to me We're doing a pretty good job of identifying Prosecuting those persons. Committed those offenses. Recommend the FBI and District, Columbia police and the other agencies for their work. It's natural to recoil. It's an immediate thing. It comes over you. Without your ability to stop it. The desire for retribution who caused this awful thing? How do we make them pay? We recognize in the law and I know many of you are lawyers. Probably lawyers. Some of you have been a lawyer 35 years longer than me. Many longer than me. Probably And we know we have a we have a specific Body of law that deals with Passion and rage, blinding logic and reason. That's the difference between manslaughter and murder. Manslaughter is the killing of a human being upon sudden, intense provocation. Murder is done with cold blood. Reflective thought we are so understanding of the concept. People's minds can be overpowered with emotion, where logic does not immediately kick in. That we have recognized. Examples that otherwise would be hearsay and said No. When you're driving down the street and you look over at your wife and you say, Hey, you know what That guy's about to drive through the red light and kill that person. White. Your wife can testified What you said, because even though it's technically hearsay is an exception because it's the event living through the person..

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"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"We thought it was such a big deal. You know, it was really a great moment. That's great. I gotta be. It's a natural faith. Understand? I understand more than I could tell you, Bill. Yes, sir. Go ahead. Go ahead. Wait happened. I got a quick wrap backstory quick, Okay. All right. I forgot who was saying, but they were at the bar. It's a crowded bar. Deena's drink and Frank's drinking and Dino turns. Frank is a frank. How about buying me a drink? You know, says Frank, You got a drink in your hand, you know, says always have my hands. Here you go. Thank you, Bill. I appreciate it very much. Oh, you know what? I got to go guys at first of all, hold the calls, and I love that you're calling, But I have to tell you We're coming up with just in about 15 minutes. You know, I could believe what we have on the show. Robert Wagner. How cool is that? Robert Wagner. Or as Mr Sinatra used to call him R. J. So I called him the other day. Now I have to tell you about Robert Wagner. He was that When I got engaged the second time when I got to get the second. Well, yeah, it was that Los Angeles were wolf camp pugs, and we gotta get you, Kimberly and we invited, uh, Robert Wagner and Jill ST John and they came in They such a cool cat man, and I just saw him not too long ago, maybe last year. Gallaghers in town. And so Robert Wagner will s. I call them up and he sounds Devon There's ever Joel. I said Mr Wagner. What am I gonna call Mr Wagner? Look at me. I started to Jerry Lewis. What? I talked to people that need Wagner. How long Mr Man Basin? And I said, could you come? Come on, The Sunday's was about your show. Ramsey Mazda Studies with Sinatra show. I put the title the I put the sponsor it even when I talk to people, and I talked about Sundays with Sinatra, and he said absolutely anything you need, so he'll be calling in about 15 minutes. I just like to hear he was very, very close to Mr rests with the Jill ST John. So little Hollywood royalty on the show Coming up shortly. Hey, big Julie is my man in Brooklyn, New York, baby Julie, How are you, My brother? How are you, Joe? How is everything tonight? I hope everything's okay and get those snow in the windows over there. Let Joey I got a first offer One authentic killed Shown to my wife. Common Frank selection singing. Forget about tomorrow. Damani And I also want to ask you a question about Frank. I went on the computer looking I tell you, this guy between 1960 in 1940 must have signed 1000 souls, but But I will tell you something, and I want to ask you. This question, as we know was at least 10, Italian American singers. And they think English songs and Italian songs. Connie Francis de Martin, of course, have in common Is that every song that Frank Sinatra ever sang in Italian any time and the only one I can hear is the money who says a couple of Italian webs. And if you can't find out something I really be interested in here, and I'm sure the regular way are on and thank you very much Big Julie for listening. I love you, pal. I love that boy. Anybody named Big Julie? Can Bruce let him right in? I'm not gonna mess with a guy named Big Julie. But the dean Martin is missing perfect Italian right when he would sing a river. That itchy of Roma. I don't know Mr Sinatra did we'll check it out? You know, we'll take some more calls. It is. It is 1848 WNBC 848 w A b c or 9 to 2 to give us a call it love to hear from you. I wanted to play a little something. And then I want to go into some of these introductions from famous people that introduced Mr Sinatra, presidents and stars, and I found it all. And I'm gonna play it for you little while we're gonna do a retrospective of the greatest, most iconic entertainer of all time as we celebrate everything great. About the about the American dream through the eyes and the voice of Francis Albert. Here's something that Cole Porter wrote. This was Cole Porter's first successful musical called Paris From 1928. This is from Mr Sinatra's album, Ring a Ding ding, baby. Let's fall in Love. Way might have been meant for each other. To be not to be let our hearts this'll discover I have a feeling It's a feeling I'm concealing. I don't know what it's just a mantle. Incidental, sentimental alibi. What a toy you so star for you. Why go on Stalin? I'm fall in love with this call, Then why be shy? Let's fall in love. Why shouldn't we fall in love our hearts made of it. Let's take a chance. Why be afraid of it? Yeah. Let's close our eyes and make our own paradise little we know of it still weak and try. Make a go of it. No, we're might have been meant for each other. To be on not to be hearts. Disick go over. Let's fall in love. Why shouldn't we wait for love? Now is a time for it While we are young. Let's fall in love. Let's fall in love. Let's fall in love. Frank Sinatra, Joe Piscopo, Ramsey, Mazda's.

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"mr rest" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"mr rest" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"805 183 84 America First with Sebastian Gorka coming up at three nights, 73 enter It's the coffee song. I'll grab yourself a cup, baby. Here we go down among Brazilians, coffee beans grown by the billions, so they've got to find those extra cups to fill. They've got an off a lot of coffee in Brazil. I told you the story, too. When Vincent Falcone who conducted for Mr Sinatra the time they went down Brazil to perform and there was rain and rain. It was gonna wash out this big concert down there in Brazil and Rio de Janeiro, I guess And and the mist Mr Sergeyev's pulls up pulls up to the to the this beautiful, beautiful stadium it was and the rain stop. Just does Mr Sinatra thing. Skies parted. The sun came out in that great So really felt going in. The band took the blue tarp off all the music as a great story, and Mr Rest went up in front of Are you ready for this? And I saw they posted it on the Frank Sinatra on Instagram, you know? 175,000 people and Vinnie told me, Man rest many. So when he told me so when the old man stepped on stage and they kicked into that song, you just heard the place went crazy Brazil coffee song Are you getting me and you know what the old man had to be in the 70 years old at the time he had to be in the sixties. I'm telling, you know, Don't get me started. Don't get me started. How a follow up to do a lot of research, You know, on Frank Sinatra these days, and it's a work of love, really a labor of love indeed, But he had every little concept every little part of his career bone boom. He always reinvented himself. Great Rachel the end, you know, into his eighties so amazing. Hey Jo, on the radio, Nicole O'Malley attacked. This is going to join us. She's doing a great job. She's a star and I you know you should take credit for that. You listen, you vote for Nicole and the New York's 11th Congressional district. She wins and she's doing a great job down there. Great. I want to talk about the covert 19. Nursing home deaths in New York that were under reported and to call. You know that Nicole's not sensation. She she just deal with the facts, and she really so much I see her. I would be out every time every time I would go out to do a nonprofit in Staten Island broken wherever I would go Nicole O'Malley Attackers would be They're stepping up for the people before she was even elected into Congress. Now she's there and thank God she's there, and she's gonna give us a break down. You know, another person I admire is Josh got heimer. I know my my my conservative friends, so you can't do that. He's a Democrat. You know what? I'm just I want what's best for the United States of America. And I don't care what party from anymore. I really don't have done done with the Republicans done with the Democrats. I'm done with both. I'm so hurt. Hurt is the word. Hurt that. Why I we could be bamboozled like we were bamboozled. No matter what happened. You know Joe Bynes, the president, You've got to say all right, your buys the president but man, because you know if we don't have to do so much homework on the show here. You see the layer back exactly what went on and what happened And the more I see. And then I talk about on the air. And I hesitate to talk about on here because it's so weird. It could really get it could really make you get in a bad mood. Say Really, that really happened? Yeah, because I don't I don't I'm not sensational. I'm not pro one person, the other I just want what's best for the country. And they don't care Washington They could care less every single one of them. Just gone on, is doing a good job in the fifth and the New Jersey and I know my Republican conservative friends don't like me to say that, but I'm going to do what's right for New Jersey. I'm gonna do what's right for the country. No matter what party you're you know you come from, but we're going to the cap on the jersey salt deduction. We're going to see what's happening with that. And we'll see how. I don't know how Joshua. It works down there with the Nancy Pelosi. And and with Joe Biden. You know, this is like e just doing things that okay, What's the regressive socialist agenda? Okay, let me address that first. You and me. You're going like Can you cut back my taxes a little bit? Well, actually, it's what Josh is gonna be talking about today. Dr. Nina Radcliff. Wonderful gal. We're gonna talk about the covert 19 situation. Wuhan. Vaccine Novavax vaccine. What's going on? There was what's happening with Question. Great guy Marine. And you know, I I've I've been friends with Ray Kelly Great dad for so many years, the long, long time serving commissioner of the NYPD Ray Kelly and Greg is a great guy. He's a great patriot is a good guy, and we'll check in was kind enough to check him. Excuse he's on tonight, but You know, I always hesitate to call if Joseph billion goes. Hey, let's get great. Kelly. I go well, he's gotta. He's show hits the airwaves at seven on Newsmax the Is he okay to get up this early and great Kelly for you. He's getting up. So we love that about Greg. And we appreciate that very much 6 32 with you on the radio Joey Civilians here and Albert is here and Debbie's on the roads. Carrie's here, So we got the whole team here. And Jo Jo, You okay? I'm fine. How are you, Joe? But you know what? I'm just Harry. But good. I'm wired. I'm wired. I'm not going down. I'm taking I'm all pumped up in a Martin. Albert. Albert you had this is the best alloy is this is this is something that would happen to me. Tell us what happened. So you got you got your brakes done yesterday. I'm on my way home yesterday and I had to do an interview in Westfield yesterday. A brewery that's gonna be on the show this weekend, and they're getting ready to open nice people and went over. With them. But as I was driving there, I noticed something about my brakes. I'm hearing something in the back. So I said, I think the brakes are going. Let me let me take care of this. So after I finished with them, I go to the my repair shop..

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"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Host Joe Piscopo on music Radio 77 del anyway, ABC. I am honored to be here. Joe Piscopo live in New York. I'm coming in Live. I mean, the studios of 77 w A. B. C. Richard of Ali's running the board force. Bruce Carmona is getting the phones. Jennifer is here. So we're here for you. If you want to call 844. It's 808 48. W A B C 808 40 w A B. C and I want to give a thanks to Mr John Katzman TD's with Lovely Margot for giving us the opportunity to celebrate to put pandemic aside to put politics aside and just have a great Sunday evening live from New York City, you know and shout out to Mr A Chad Lopez as well. The programming boss here at 77 W A. B C. It is a privilege. It is an honor. I have such immense respect for this gentleman. We have so many laughs when we're together, But he is an incredible talent. You know him from all major Hollywood films. If I went to his resume, we'd be here all night. But let me just put it this way. It missed us. So not your loved him. And he loved Mr Sinatra. Robert Davi live on the radio. Robert. How great to have you with us, man. Thank you so much for joining us this evening. Thank you for having me, Joseph. Well, it's great, Robert. You know what? I know. You have the greatest memories of Mr rest. And by the way, if I may? Yes, sir. Tell a couple of people Goonies James Bond licensed to kills diehard. Okay, so girls, so they know who the faces Sometimes they know the name but you got to give them the face and those iconic things, you know? Yeah. Goodies goodies. You're getting raves of the studio, man. I got all of the proposed a picture, brother Robert. So tell me how you started doing the Frank Sinatra with the whole the whole orchestrations that you do all around the world. By the way. Tell us how you got there, Robert. Then I want to hear how you you and the old man dealt one on one. Well, I did. I did. Yeah. Did a directed a film. With myself and chairs on road. It is called the dukes about it. Do a group that fell on Hard times. Peter Bogdanovich was in it. Marrying Margolis. So what about nine of wards around the world in France and Italy, Monaco some here on then gotta release but came out the same time 2008 when the stock market crash that week. So it was a difficult time. And So here we are. Yeah, I did. That film and I sang One song was a tribute to the due out books.

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"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Clement Rob, Man, I said buying Mr Sinatra. How are you? He says I'm just wonderful. Would you care to join us? Well, you know, Joe I said it would be my pleasure, Mrs Supernatural, and I said at that table like an Italian. We call a mama. Luke. I didn't say two words. I was awestruck. On and Sinatra Terry to me, said, What do you drink? Robert? I should hope figured if I said Scott, some water get smacked me say, yeah, but anyway, I mean, he was absolutely wonderful. He sat in the lounge chair with my dad made my manager and then I took a picture with him. And to this day I got the picture. He's got one arm. He's got my album, right, delicate. Copa, My God and his other arm around me, and it just says to Bobby Best, always your friend Frank Sinatra. You know, he always appreciated talents so appreciated that but for you to sit there, and he and Joe DiMaggio we're hanging out together at the time because I met That was great to see that they were all together there. And with you. Did you talk to Jody? It all just doesn't aside. I didn't say two words. Yeah, Yeah, I hear you. I hear you. Yeah. I mean, I'm looking at these things, people. It's Sammy Cahn Ginny, Then using the great lyricist song, Right, My God in heaven. Richard Conte, great actor and Jody, and then I'm right next to the old man. I didn't say anything. This is great. This is great. And you saw him in years after that, right, Bobby, you saw? Oh, yeah, I was in his company quite a few times. The last time I was with a man in New York. His name was really deep. He owned the place called the Separate Tables Restaurant in New York City, and we're with the Sands Hotel. And we're sitting with Mr rests. And at that time he was married to Mia Farrow and Joey Lewis was there my drummer, call Mottola at the time Me, Louis D. And now we're sitting and and Mr Rest turns to me says, uh, would you up to Robert I said, We'll miss the rest. I said. I'm up for a Walt Disney movie and he looked at me, he said. You'll never get it. I said I said What? Yeah. Any period. He said. Bobby he called me Bobby. Then he said, You're Italian. All right? Yes, I said, Well, you know that Mrs Sinatra, he says, you'll never get it. I never did. I never asked why. Okay, okay. It's great. Then he went out. He went out into the casino, and he started conducting a blackjack game. Oh, my goodness. Gracious. Yeah. Even enjoy 90 million people around the table at the Sands Hotel. So you know, at this point, I'm getting ready to leave. And my drummer Carl Mottola, we call them Carlucci. Right? Yeah. And so were you know, I I just raised my hand and I said Goodnight, Mr Sinatra. And you said Good night Rabbit. Goodnight, Polish. My drummer Almost had a heart attack. A city remembered my name. Great. You know if you were with some of the greats before we let you go. We're talking with the great Bobby. Right, Delon. Ramsey, Mazda Sundays with Sinatra with Joe Piscopo and 77. W. ABC. Honored to be a friend of this great, great man. Great great talent in a sweetheart of a guy. You I remember you on make room for daddy with Danny tongues, right? Yeah. And you were great. You You acted so well there, But these these legendary entertainers just Kind of took you in, Bobby, huh? But you don't want your eye. I was very fortunate. Very lucky to be able to work. You know, my first appearance and Las Vegas was with George Burns. The Sahara Motel. I lord, Right? Okay, then Jack Benny and then red scum. And then Perry Coma molten bo. And like you just mentioned Danny Thomas. Yeah, And I did the show. Make room for Daddy. I paid a wise kid on that shoulder on that one of the show. Excuse me and Mr Thomas took a liking to move. And of course he was in rob with ST Jude and you know the hospital and I became teenage chairman for al Sack, which was aiding leukemia stricken American Children. So I was really close with Mr Talents. You know, for quite a few years he had you, You know, Bobby right now. Watching me on stage of seeing you just a couple years ago with with our friends said Mark, tell you you are just so I know Bobby Darin was a big influence on you. But but I mean, he you kind of held around with Bobby Darin. A little bit as well. Correct. I pound the well excuse me job pals around with him a little bit. I wouldn't say we were, you know. You know, real real real close, but I do what I have in my possession is a truck, whole picture of body and I don't know who did it. If he brought up somebody, you know whatever. And it's Bobby signature to me, and he writes, Dear Bobby, I wish for you what I wish for myself. Your friend Bobby Darin, Beautiful. And then years later, I mean, I'm in Vegas and his son comes to see me that barren And he gives me this thing. It was all wrapped up and And I I had it backstage in the dressing room. I didn't open it. And then he came backstage with his wife and his Children. And when I proceeded to open up this thing that he gave me And what itwas Joe was a picture of God when he was about three years old. And his father, Bobby, Damn it, it's holding him. Okay. Lets in the middle of this particular piece of business and on the left side is the original studio drum chart of Mactan Island. And on the right side is the original studio drums of up a lazy room, and I said, I said, I said to that. I said that I can't take this. I said I just can't be said Oh, yes, you can body. He says you're the guy who kept my father's You know, uh, you know that because I do, Darren in my show, you know, I do like you. No special flash. Unbelievably in love. Nothing else. Magnum, right? Yeah. You know, probably you are such a little guy that I'm sorry. My wife is reminding me that I was, you know. Was the guy who kept his music alive and appreciate. Hey, you know what, Bobby Right now, eyes from the old man to Bobby Darin to every performer. We love you, man. And I'm so proud to be your friend. Give my love to Linda. I cannot wait to little clears up. You know what, Bobby, you and I with great privilege. I could honor be honored and share the stage with you, man because we had such a blast. I thought You and me together, singing what we're seeing in New York, New York.

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"mr rest" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"mr rest" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"13 minutes before the top of their We're talking a little home improvement. And thanks for joining me, is we Well worker way through another weekend. It's wraps up. I am I think it's your 34. I think next week we kick off your 35. Started the first weekend of the New Year and 1986 About that, Danny boy. Now even I filled Yeah. Were you born e love? It always had these producers, not you. I know you're older than that. But there was a guy went airborne yet, so I don't thanks. Yeah. You feel older than you feel right now? Yeah. Yeah, Exactly. Right. Let's get back to the phones here. Roger, Welcome. Mr s Horia. I'm wonderful. How about you? Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you guys. Thank you very much. Hope you have a great holiday season. Even though it is a little bit of a struggle. We're getting through it. Oh, yeah. I'm out here in Colombia station out here on the frontier. So Area we got. We got hammered with a lot of snow and ice. Hey, so it's a couple things. I want to ask my brother's place I rent here, you know, so I don't want to use rock salt. Because rock salt has a tendency, even concrete for some reason. All right, So what do you suggest that we throw down? You know, my mom's crippled and I also I need to do is get to the garbage can and the mailbox. So, um, what can we throw down on the sidewalk without destroying everything? Well, you make a good point on Iraq. Salt rock. Salt is tough on the lawn to on the side. It's tough on concrete and and really tough on unsealed concrete. But when you get to the hardware store, you're gonna find all different types of ice melters and ice. Removing Products and you gotta really read the label because what's happened over time? You know, So many things have just become all about price. And you know you used to have these ice melter good zero degrees. Safe, Mel good to zero degrees. Those things were awesome. There was no salt in them. And they would you know, melty ice and snow down to zero degrees. Where rocks always taught me, he says, Uh, 25 degrees and above or something, because if there's anything below 25, it's not gonna work with the exception of a calcium chloride or magnesium chloride. Those who work down the zero but what they've done and like I said they play the price game. Um, a cereal calcium chloride. Now that has salt added, which it'll say on the bag. And okay away from that so pure calcium chloride, uh, magnesium chloride. There's also one out there. It's ice melter for pets. It's called Pause. P A. W S. Okay, that is very safe. Also, that's not going to do deals. Chlorate. Isn't that the little pellets or something? A little white pellets? Yeah, but it's like I said, it's interesting. I just had a bag about a month ago is called Ice Melter. And I looked on the back of it. And there must have been eight different ingredients in that bag. And I really to bind the small speck because I want to see what it was. And there was there was few if any of those little white flowers. I need a refresher course on this because, like I said, You know the driveways nice. The sidewalks are nice. I don't want to kill the grass. I don't wanna kill Mom's flowers. You know, so I want to throw something down so that we both walks without taking a dive, you know, saying exactly so again, Take a look at that one product, Paul's for dogs and stuff because it doesn't have salts like a burner. Paul's Um or calcium chloride or calcium. That's okay. I didn't know if it was sodium chloride or calcium. Quite e couldn't remember what it was. And I said, no. You know what I'll get Mr rests on the phone and I'll ask him. He dies. A really good over there with the other thing I got is just this. Okay, so I got a septic tank. We got septic tanks out here so and he doesn't want me to use any kind of pipe cleaners or anything going to the septic tank. What I got is the bathtub is slow. And the bathroom sink is a slow drainer. Two. So what? What can I hear it? The house used to get the drains to open up a little more without putting chemicals into the septic tank. Well, let me ask you a couple questions when they told you that were they talking about drain cleaners like acid based ring cleaners or they want you to stay away from me cleaner. You don't want me to use any of that. Yeah, so there's two ways clean drains right, mechanically or chemically. Obviously mechanically is a snake. It's best because there's no chemicals involved. I was talking to Ron Wilson earlier in his show, and he was having a problem with a vanity and also a bathtub or shower tub. Yeah. Yeah, And I talked to about little product called a Zip it strip as Yeah. These things are awesome. Roger there under five bucks, and it's about 3 ft. Long. And it's plastic. And I mean, it's gonna work of that blockages in the first 5 ft, which, in a lot of cases it is And it's about as thick as a credit card about his wide is a pencil. It's got little plastic barbs on it. You just feed it down in the drain, wiggle it around and you're probably gonna pull up. It doesn't take much to slow down a dream. You'll be amazed. But a little. You know, little It's almost like what you're describing is like a flexible brush kind of thing on Ah, Flex s lying kind of thing. Yeah, So this again about 3 ft. Long made of plastic. You can kind of gauge the thickness of a credit card. That's about think it is, And that is why it is the pencil sets for the thin. Flat, flexible piece of plastic with little's plastic spikes that stick you just get it down in the drain. Wiggle it around and you you pull up something I guarantee you. Because I've tried boiling hot water. I was thinking about vinegar or something like that. You know, I was even thinking of, like, less oil or something to get the grease and the dirt in the hair and stuff to go through without having to put it into the into the septic tank. You know what I'm saying? Sure, And if it was me, I would Start trying to remove it mechanically like with one of those little zip it's and if that didn't work, then I take a look at some of your septic tank safe enzyme during cleaners. Yeah, right. Those air usually applied. Put their puts to rid X. He puts the red X in the toilet once in a while and process it says. Oh, yeah, that's important because we have to have that out here because of the subject. Tanker? Yeah. All right. So you should be on your way on that one. Thank you very much, sir. You guys are doing a great job. Merry Christmas and happy New Year to you guys over there and good luck and godspeed with whatever you're doing. Thank you, Roger. Appreciate it. Have a happy new year. Very good. All right. If you'd like to jump on board, please do. It's 808 to 38255 a couple dream questions today already, and, um, that's fine grains have been Ah, you know, this time of year, it gets a little cool. Um, some places it gets very cold, and it just makes the plumbing system stressed a little bit. And I guess the dreams don't work quite as smoothly as they do. Normally plus we've got we're home war. We're cooking more. If you were able to celebrate safely over the Christmas holiday, you know, probably had some people in our home and we got all this going on..

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"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"He goes like this. This'd what I hear like this. I know I'm watching this. Uh, that, uh, he's just he's just like scatting, uh down bow. At that Now in my head, I'm hearing the saxophones, you know? And I'm watching Frank Sinatra and I'm watching. Count Basie. I'm 27 years old man. And and Mr Sinatra. He's there looking at the music head down like this is he didn't down Z on my Oh What a my 27 28 years old. I'm wearing corduroy. I haven't Afro. I'm not even dressed. I'm in this. I'm having my own private Jazz concert from two of the greatest entertainers of our time, and I'm like trying to bury myself into the wall, So I'm not noticed all of a sudden out of nowhere. Frank Sinatra lifts his head up. Stares right at me. Bang spots me cold and I freeze. Now, I don't know if you've ever been stared at by Frank's about you, but it ain't just like a stare. It's like a It's like a jersey kind of Sicilian stare. His whole body had had. He had attitude to one side cocked, his head battered, his eyes would not take his eyes off of me. You know, and bases still playing Bass is still playing, and then he got he has attitude. Mr. Sinatra added to the other side. Bad news. I staring right at me, you know, and I'm doing my best. I'm doing my best trying not to turn it to Jerry Lewis there. Beat up so uncomfortable. The old man is staring at me. I got sweat on my forehead. I'm trying out the back into the door knob behind me right now. What am I gonna do? Talk to the man? What am I going to say? What can I say? Mr rest? If you don't mind, I'd like to say a very sorry. You know what he did? He put his head back down to the music. And he allowed me to watch these two jersey geniuses work on I could hear it now all I can hear it right now, baby. Hmm..

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"mr rest" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"mr rest" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Such down that ball is everything or with you all week long. Thanks. Sees Papa and Lund on knbr 1045 and 6 80. No! Oh, just go. What's happening? Thanks for joining us Words Lose 1 14 1 13 Tile guy. Remember him from the NC Double a tournament with Virginia hits the three he finishes. 20 on six of 10 from three was very good. So let's get into that. What Jason Jones observed at Mr Underscore Jason Jones, the athletic They joins us, courtesy of the guests on Jason, How are you? I'm doing good. How's everybody doing? They were hanging in there. You may have one of the I like your Twitter feed because wrestling is one picture and you and Jack is another. Those are both winners. In my book. I try to be a little try to have a little fun with it. I like it. Give us give us your observations. Obviously, the last time I remember seeing Kyle guy who was winning the national championship with Virginia, But at times last night he couldn't miss and he hits that final three for the winter. Well, he's a guy that they really go the two way player. They're pretty much all last, even in the league, and the main thing with Kyle was that they drafted him. He's a He's a kind of the point guard. But you really have been a shooting guard in college for most of his career, so the matter of him getting first, getting bigger and stronger because he was so small and him work on his point guards killed So they knew it could score and even when they called him up in time, the last season the whole idea what if we put Carl in the game? We wanted to shoot the ball, so that part's not surprising. He just looked so he looks like he's more physically ready to compete now. Chase. It's good to hear your voice. Good to catch up with you. And I want to ask you about Obviously, Kyle was the story later in the game, but Buddy healed came in stroking the ball, buddy buckets, buddy Love and he went in the starting lineup, and Luke was you wanted them to check Andrew Wiggins. So tell me where his game is at. And how do you see this working? Tyree Sala Burton obviously is an exciting young player that kind of fell into their laps to 12. But how do you see it? Working with Halliburton? Dearing Fox, buddy. You got HPD could slide up in play four. Can all five place simultaneously. What? What's the best fivesome Lucas, do you think Jason Depends on who is going to use its center. But I know what he likes. He would like to do with the use Harrison at the four and ideally Marvin Bagley as a five and then put the three guards with them because if he thinks back That would be a lineup that could give them no offense. You're big enough just to which you know on the perimeter, and he really liked the idea of the three guard lineup, and they use that bit last year. With a set of it being Halliburton. It would have been Bogdanovich. But they really like the idea of having multiple know another ball handler with the air and because the air in life's plan off the ball, then we get the ball is in this attack. So I had some point. That's the lineup. Luke would love to get to. He really couldn't get to it last year because they didn't really have Marvin it all last season. So You never really saw it, but that's the line if he wants to get to where they can go small and your small ball center is actually a 6. Ft. 10 forward exactly. You mentioned you mentioned Bagley. And every time he's mentioned, everybody talks about Luca and Trey Young, but I love them it Duke. So a lot of people complaining, But he was great. At Duke. He gets number two after 89 points, four boards. He's had injury issues only 75 games in a couple years, he came down with covert. So where is he at? And what is the expectation level with Marvin Bagley? Right now. He's like, feels good, and he felt everything. He's spent the whole offseason trying to get strong and get his body right and e mean No. One Marvin. As long as I've known him now, he just really been frustrated because the injuries he had last season. We're just the first one was a like a fluke. You got hit on the hand in the game and broken stuff. Miss 20 plus game. There's any spring 1 ft. Ad for the summer. He sprained the other foot Mr rest of the bubble, so he's feeling good. He wants to show that he can shoot the three. He wants to try to expand his game a lot. But their main thing right now with Marvin if they get him on the court, because a lot of the things they want to do or depended upon Marvin being healthy offensively defensively, they feel like he's a guy. He's healthy. You've got it. You've now got a big photo ball into and get points, so I just really want to see him stay on the court, and he had on a minute restriction last night. He didn't like the minute restriction. He wanted to go back in the game, but they're gonna be really cautious with him. But they're still excited about him in his talent. No, even with Luca traced up, you know. Out there. They're excited about Marvin. Yeah, You wrote this morning. I would try to sneak back into the game. Little sneaky, but and he is kind of a sneaky player. The way he gets that left hand jump hook off so quickly, and he's really good around the around the basket, and there's no question he's a five and Harrison obviously, when he made the transition of the You know, death line up before When Luke was here, That's where you want him to be. But you've also got a son White side. One of my favorite, says Son shop, and he had four blocks last night. And so could you play. Bagley could look play Bagley at four. And Whiteside at five and get the two bigs on the floor simultaneously. Is that just too big? I think they're going to do that. They think Marvin's athletic enoughto where you can play him on the perimeter against, you know, stretch for so what they want to do defensively, perhaps in situations where you can have Have a song back there on that back line, and they could be a little more aggressive on the perimeter. No one that they've got a guy who have is three blocks last year, this waiting and they felt last night. Some of the guys some of the wars was driving into him and Hassan is just so big and he can move. So you know, it's just like, OK, What do we do once we get in the paint against this guy? They definitely want to play Marvin. It's um before he started before last night. No, but the goal is to be able to use both of them together At some point that this both of you know Hassan was hurt as well for the first part of camp, so they really haven't had a chance to get them together. Last night was the first time either one of them..

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"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"mr rest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"On Mars. In other words. Hole, man. In other words, baby Kiss me. Fill my heart with song. Let me sing forever more You are long for all I worship and adore In other words, we've be true. In other words. I know you don't What? Why don't you fill my heart with song? Let me swing forever more because you are all I long for All I worship. I adore in other words. In other words, here another way. Hi. I love Yeah. Yeah. At Nordstrom. We have the vote of the board of the greatest songs from Mr Rest at Fly Me to the Moon with Joe Piscopo on Ramsey, Mazda Sundays with Sinatra. With me, Joe Piscopo 77 w A. B c. You know I love you for listening. We appreciate it very, very much if you want to call in and I see the phone calls that just and I see this called board in front of me and it's lit up. I appreciated 808 48 w A B C. It's 808 for 89222 Jo on the radio on 77 w A. B c. You know what?.

"mr rest" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"mr rest" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Em a call back. So in my mind, I say You know what? I'm going to rob the gas station, so I want to the gas station. Well in a gas station and so happens Lady was working behind the counter with the door open, so I stuck my hand in my shirt. I walked behind the counter and told her to give me the money. So at the same time officer was coming in the store and buy her C Is the lady officer by her seeing me like, you know, you can look at me until I'm gonna been inspector. So she see me and she automatically put out a gun and tell me, you know, put my hand on my back and come from, you know, come from back there, So that's what I did. I put my hands behind my back and I started walking back towards her smile. I am ahead down, but I'm smiling. That's what you wanted. Yes. So she grabbed me, you know, took me outside, You know, handcuffing sat me down and you know she was calling up. I mean, so you know that you didn't have a gun? No, there's no finger. So police cars coming from everywhere They pull up. And guess who it is The same people that are called with a fish weren't they told the lady to let me go? I'm trying to go to jail. My goodness. That Officer. You know what? What's wrong with you? What is going on saying that I knew some help? He said. Well, that's what I'm gonna do. It put me in the front seat of the police car drove me to the bustling Waiting for the bus to come. When the bus came. He got up and took me to the bus until the bus driver to make sure I get the day Land South, Mr Rest station and I need to go to crisis. So that happened. He waited. I got on the bus. The bus driver parked at the Metrorail station walking upstairs. I got in a miserable and I'm going to crisis. I knew what I know about crisis are now in Miami. So I knew where it wass. So when I get that stop, Get off! Aah! What? The crisis and go to the window and let me know. I need some help, you know, and tell them everything they gave me. Ah! Ah, a pad with some documents to fill out. So I'm thinking to myself. I mean from like, not having it all in my mind. Why would they give me this? Exactly? But I sat down and try to figure out how to fill this stuff out. So while I'm sitting down I can see someone in my peripheral vision coming towards me. It was somebody came up to me and said, Help me. So when I did that it scared me. I just get up gave people the things I'm gone, so I had a crisis. Now I'm broken down close to Jackson Hospital accent. Different people, You know what can I get some help? I'm a place that I could get some help, So I never been to a program. So you had all type of programs opened in Miller's house, Sister Theresa. Better way and what they said the mine rescue mission. So the accident that's going to get there so they gave me direction, So I'm walking towards the mission. You know, toward the way he told me So someone else Where's the mine Rescue mission. So they pointed and say, just the building right there, So I think it was, um, I think it was a Thursday. If I'm not mistaken, it was doing feeding time. So when I got there The gentleman approached me. He was on one of the guest service staff. I think his name was a hopeless If I can remember, and he automatically just took me just took me in. You know, I told him what was going on. He took me and told me you know to go take a shower and everything. Then I get some the so what I did that he said Okay. I'm going to place you in emergency shelter pending program Monday. So, you know. Ah, you know, I ate, you know. So there's went Friday came Saturday came Sunday came so that Monday morning, they called everybody and out. Wish area tto do there. So I'm right Then I'm feeling good. I'm ready to do this. So they did my antique and took me air that was in AA. In the 2000 December, so I went to the program. I mean, a new ofthe Christ. But not to that extent, and the mission really like the program back is it's so it's so intense. The teaching of Christ. I mean, if If you don't need a program without Christ my being I mean, you just don't want price. I mean, but it is centered around Christ around Jesus Christ. So I went to the program in October of 2000 won Graduated the program. I'm a rescue mission passed up a 49. Um, after then graduated. I got me a job working at Safeway Steel construction. Actually, I got my job and regulated the program. My mom and there They bless me and The mission is to have a car lot down the street from the mission, and they actually bought me a car. From there It was. It was a Macey's beings like it was a Mercedes being. So they bought me a car, so I stayed in the mission. I'm moving to transitional housing, You know, paying rent upstairs, stating the mission into 2005. That's when I moved out. I get a lot of efficiency place down south where I came from. Initially came to the mission. Now we would think hearing this much of the story. You made that lifestyle change. And you did change your lifestyle. And you are now you know, you're not only a car owner. Now, you you have your own apartment. You have a job, but I happen to know that it wasn't a better roses at the That particular time, and you decided to make a wrong life cell chain. What happened with that? Where I guess I say Thank you, Lord. Thank you, God, but I think I take it from here to the keys back from him, and I was the driver of the car and the worst mistake. I may a time, but that Is crazy, because that mistake I made then allowed me to be well meant now, but then again, helping people so but not to say that That's what people should Tio. Right? Exactly. But God change has a way of changing things. Even when you mess up I say, you know, now making money now, So I guess I can I can start selling drugs. My own my own one. I don't need anybody to give me anything. I don't need to be all in anybody's soul. That's the road. I went down that you became a non entrepreneur, but in the wrong business in the Rome business, But you knew that business before, So it was easy to fall back in that day, and you gave yourself the excuse. I'm not using so Hey, I can sell exactly I wasn't using, but I still fail back. And to my old behaviors that eventually could let tell me you've But I started in 2005 started back seven girls in key west and I end up going to jail, Losing everything. The car the place by freedom, you know, so I got out in 2000 and.

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"mr rest" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"mr rest" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Going to be Florida statute ninety five point eleven I know that means nothing to a lot of you that is a Florida statute that regulates most periods of limitations and a period of limitation is the deadline and most people refer to it as a statute of limitations so ninety five eleven is Florida's statute of limitations and I'm gonna be talking about that and the different deadlines that are set forth in Florida statute ninety five point eleven what's in the news well we all know that Jeffrey upstate allegedly committed suicide fairly by hanging himself I guess there's a lot of questions hanging over that no pun intended but you know whether it truly was a suicide or whether it was perhaps somebody helping him out but the reason why I'm talking about it on a legal shows because now the lawsuits are being filed which is not unexpected and Mr resting up at one time being also a Palm Beach county resident I would suspect there will be some lawsuits filed here locally end of pulled myself out there if anybody had interactions with this person even though he's now deceased you still have possibly the opportunity to bring a claim and what we know about Mr etched into the media is that he was incredibly wealthy individual keep in mind if you haven't heard several weeks ago I went to trial in a murder case that this is a different factually but the end result could be similar and the jury up in Stuart awarded my client twenty million dollars for a murder now the defendant in that case is likely not collectible but a jury awarded in favor of any of these women that were taken advantage of by Mister of steam would very likely be collectible because of the significant assets of the perpetrator so if if that's the case if you'd like to talk to me about in private of course then use the number eight three three Vastola eight three three eight two seven eight six five two even if you just have questions one of those things that I'll be talking about in today's discussion of for the statue ninety five eleven is how much time you have to bring that lawsuit so let's jump right into it for a statue ninety five eleven of course if you ever want to find your Florida statutes just go to the Google go to Google and type in Florida statute and they all just pop up magically and you can find if you type in four statute ninety five point one one you'll be on the same page with me and essentially where I'm gonna start there's these lawsuits that have to be filed within five years okay that the broadest statue limitations as a twenty year statute of limitations had that pertains to an action on a judgment or decree which I'm not going to talk about but within five years you have to bring a lawsuit based on a written contract for example and I'm not going to talk about all of them if you want to read it word for word you can go to the statue yourself and read it but what I want to point out are some different salient features about these different deadlines you'll see that there's a five year deadline to bring a lawsuit for breach of contract well keep in the statute says that that's five years on a written contract and what I'll point out to you because it may not be that obvious based on the wording of the statute is one of these things that of his lawyers learn typically through experience more so than anything else is that if you're going to bring a claim based on a verbal contract and yes you can have a verbal contract in the state of Florida if you're going to bring a lawsuit based on a verbal contract your deadline your stature limitations is only four years and so make sure if you're talking to an attorney about bringing a claim for breach of contract and you know especially if your lawyer is younger as opposed to older because of this is the type of thing that's typically learned through experience make sure you mentioned the date of the alleged a verbal contract sound like a lawyer alleged and make sure to say Hey by the way are you aware that the deadline to file this because it's a verbal contract is only four years instead of five all right and also keep in mind there's case law interpreting when the statute of limitations begins to run in a breach of contract lawsuit now if you're injured because of somebody's negligence that's called a tort T. O. R. T. dot a tart but a tort we learn all about two ports in law school the court claims for negligence medical malpractice even intentional acts although this would be difficult to not know when it happened it was an intentional act but especially claims like medical malpractice your period of limitations begins to run from when you knew or should have known within a reasonable degree or when you reasonably should have known of the action or the negligence upon which your action will be found okay as a reasonable person standard as to when the period of limitations is going to begin to run if it's not obvious the breach of contract actions according to the case law begin to run from the date of the breach whether you knew about it or not there's no reasonable person standard as to when your limitations is going to begin to run in a claim for breach of contract to be aware of that because it the the statute says nothing about that that's the kind of thing that lawyers learned with experience because they've they have to do the research that's applicables to these ferrying statutes so there's an action before close of mortgages five years and tax an action alleging a willful violation of four forty eight point one ten breach of a property insurance contract that's all included here within five followed by the way if you're going to want for forty eight is that's the of weight clips are waging our claims I'm sorry I couldn't hear you all right let's go to don from del Rey good morning don warning I have a best friend whose as a person that lives with them and he has a suspended license and he is driving her vehicle collision short along with of the vehicle if he was to me in an accident you acts cold to a diner full with the insurance company color of the vehicle as a vehicle is in her name that his name but he has a license well my gut answer without a lot more factual information is the insurance company is sure going to try to avoid paying an important bit of advice for me to to give to you to relate to your friend from this conversation is do not let that person drive there is absolutely no reason that somebody should be allowed to drive someone else's vehicle if they have a suspended license and the owner of the vehicle knows that now if the insurance money is able to determine that the owner of the vehicle new the other person's license was suspended and they're all absolutely no coverage for that okay second over secondly is this this is another thing the insurance companies can do if the owner of the vehicle has had this other person living in the household for a while and I think I think early it's thirty days or more and has not informed the insurance company for the car that this other person is driving to add that person to the policy the automobile insurance company if there's an accident and they do their investigation to find out who was driving this car where they live they were living with you how long were they there longer than thirty days you didn't tell us well guess what now we're going to decline coverage because most people aren't aware of this but if you read your automobile insurance policy it says that if you're going to have somebody living with you that's gonna use your vehicle you have to buy the insurance company because what they're allowed to do as they're allowed to assess the risk of this additional driver and if your premium should be increased meaning if you should pay more money for this policy because.

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"mr rest" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr rest" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Speaker this morning I have spoken to sit him down I have told him that it is a matter of great progress but he is felt it necessary to leave his position the the whole cabinets rightly gave its full support him on Kim has given a lifetime of service to the United Kingdom and we owe him an enormous debt the stories shaping Washington today all ahead on C. span radio and we begin with the extraordinary news conference by the labor secretary Alex Acosta who pushed back against calls for him to step down over his past involvement in a plea deal for hedge fund investor and billionaire Jeffrey F. Steen who is sitting in jail tonight he's being charged in federal court with a number of crimes including sex trafficking now at the time Alex Acosta was the US attorney in Miami saying his office fought for a tougher punishment after state prosecutors he said we're ready to let him walk free telling reporters facts are important providing his most detailed account to date of the events in two thousand eight as the US attorney across to help to arrange a plea deal that resulted in an eighteen month sentence Jeffrey obscene serving thirteen months the deal was criticized is lenient because you're preempting could have faced a life sentence and during that time he was able to go back and forth from his office spending his evenings in jail here is a portion of his afternoon news conference the goal here was straightforward but have seen behind bars insured he registered as a sexual offender provide victims with the means to seek restitution and protect the public by putting them on notice that a sexual predator was in their midst this case people have said it was unusual and it was it was complicated by the fact that this matter started as a state investigation a state grand jury brought that single completely find acceptable charge a state official allowed Eckstine to self surrender and so it is unusual because than usual for a federal prosecutor to intervene in a state matter such as this we've seen cases recently different set of facts different I don't want anyone to see I'm comparing these cases but we've seen other cases where state prosecutors let folks go with no sense and people shake their heads in this case the federal office intervenes before the plea was taken and said stop because if that plea is taken at the state level you're gonna face serious federal issues today we know a lot more about how victims trauma impacts their testimony and this too is important our juries are more accepting of contradictory statements understanding that trauma affected memories work differently and today our judges do not allow victim shaming five defensive terms I have viewed the victim interviews they're hard to watch because I know that my former colleagues the men and women of my office wanted to help I wanted to help that is why we intervene and that's what the prosecutors of my office did they insist that go to jail and put the world on notice that he was and is a sexual predator that seems actions absolutely deserve a stiffer sentence for years they've been rumors of investigations in other jurisdictions and he should be prosecuted in any state in which he committed a crime if there are other states in which she committed crimes if the writer states that can bring state charges they should consider those as well and of course much of this coming to light based on the reporting by the Miami Herald Aaron Blake of The Washington Post writes the following quote there are many questions emanating from the F. Steen plea deal that Alex Acosta agree to as the US attorney in Miami now that I've seen is been indicted on a charge of child trafficking chief among them is this one why did that decision have to be made right then and there referring to two thousand eight if there is evidence that wasn't yet to be why not investigate further and hopefully and cover with federal prosecutors in New York revealed on Monday more from today's news conference to you're basically saying that you did everything you could you got the best deal you could get and you have no regrets we believe that we proceeded based on the evidence and not just my opinion but I've shared yes the David based on the evidence there was value to getting a guilty plea and having had breakfast look no regrets is a very hard question at my confirmation hearing I was asked a similar question of one of the one of the issues that I raised this we have spent a lot more transparency today as you watch these victim entropies it's very obvious that the victims I feel that this was not a sufficient I'll call these victims were traumatized you can't begin to understand what they went through and they look at this and they say five five so you always look back and you say what yes what I can say is at the time and I provide a timeline of providing information about the individuals involved this was the view of the office there is a value to a short guilty plea because letting him walk leading what the state attorney was ready to to go forward what has been absolutely off David Graham is a staff writer for the Atlantic magazine and he writes instead of an apology Alex Acosta offers at Steve's victims implicit blame speaking for fifty three minutes without saying he was sorry more from the news conference would you make this same agreement today so these questions are always very difficult because we now have twelve years of knowledge in hindsight and we live in a very different war today's world treats victims very very different today's world does not allow some of the victims shame that have taken place at trial twelve years ago today's world understands that when interviewing victims while listening testimony that testimony can be sometimes contradictory that memories are difficult and so I don't think we can say you know take a case that is this whole and fully know how with fly out today the sales I I understand what the victims say and I'm not here to try to say that I can stand in their shoes for that I can address their concerns I'm here to say we did what we did because we wanted to see at sixteen go to jail he needed to go to jail he needed he needed he needed to go to jail and that was that was the focus and yet in a lengthy editorial the Miami Herald saying quote please who were not done essentially saying there was no new information that at the time as US attorney Alex Acosta had all of this information before him you can read the full editorial at Miami Herald dot com in his first TV interview since the Jeffrey up screens indictment on sex trafficking charges attorney Alan Dershowitz standing by the lenient plea deal that he struck on behalf of his former client back in two thousand eight in a CBS news interview Dershowitz facing questions about his previous representation from Eckstine most of which had to do with how the embattled financier was accused of molesting and abusing young women as young as fourteen years old a decade ago did you ever see Mr resting with underage girls now on no if I had ever seen Jeffrey have seen in any inappropriate situation with underage girl I would have terminated my relationship and turned him in No Way so obviously surprised by the allegations we were shocked by the allegations but is a criminal lawyer being shocked by an allegation doesn't mean that I will defend somebody Alan Dershowitz help negotiate with many of criticized as a lenient plea deal for Jeffrey Epstein in two thousand eight Dershowitz denies the deal was a bargain instead arguing prosecutors lacked the evidence to indict at speaking for federal sex trafficking charges I thought they would lose today they make a deal and for them it was not a bad deal they got him to be a registered sex offender to pay a vast amounts of money the whole of the women and to get him to plead and go to jail and expose them for the world to see as a sex offender I think the feds the what was the best they could do courtesy of CBS news attorney Alan Dershowitz meanwhile NBC's today show sitting down with Jennifer rose who at the age of fourteen was approached by an eight of Jeffrey Eckstine outside her high school in New York City her father had died two years earlier from aids she had a dream of being a Broadway actress here's part of her interview with NBC's Savannah Guthrie how often do you think yeah like once a week twice a week my freshman year did you ever telling your age.

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"mr rest" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"mr rest" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"And then they pulled the plug. That was unfortunate now, but you know, what great season both those teams class in fifteen at all. So all I wanna know does this mean the tuition at Clemson goes up forty eight thousand dollars they charge a year already. Yes. Even higher. Absolutely Thirdly, expensive national championships. Do though to our kids who want to get a look at Florida, Florida, Florida. They were when I first moved to Florida in while I was out of college. But I thought about it, and and maybe going back for a masters or something Florida was begging begging people to send their thinking, they pay you, and it was like eighteen hundred dollars for the year was ridiculous and fast forward about ten years. They win the national championship. Tuition goes through the roof. Now, you need a four point eight to get looked at. Like cheese. What's a four point eight west sorts changed? Now, you need a six point zero what it's absurd. No. You got your your your daughter are both your dual enrollment. Yeah. Get out of high school. They're juniors in college. It's crazy. It's insane though, really is the emission standards. But you know, a good for Florida could be. Good for parents because you only have to pay for two years college after that. Which is good. No, no, no. I mean, the same things happen for FSU as they raise their admission standards at did puts them more in the waco's. It's waco's now. Speaking of money, your tax refunds are coming. Yep. Don't sweat. It. Don't buy the height. The White House says the IRS will give tax refunds even if the government is shutdown when they're due to go out. Yeah. He's found somebody. I think that's what you're going to open a speech with tonight. Maybe you're going to what you don't listen to what everyone's telling you, this is this is the scene. You know? Yes, we're going into what today's day eighteen. Yeah. I'd say team day, the IRS, although the government shutdown may continue you'll still get your refund. I think he'll address food stamps to if he has to because that's the next big. They say if this isn't fixed by Friday that food stamps will start to be affected. So tonight's the big address nine PM. We're going to carry it live right here. Eight fifty W F T L and on WFL dot com. Eight minutes going to fit all this in an eight minutes. They said he might even come in. You know, under that I watched the over under a bitch of Vegas has line on it. Let's let's go look up the wine in Vegas. I would take the over. He'd be like, I know, I know. I'm not breaking now. No. I like it. Remember the year at the Academy Awards. I think Steve Martin was the host. And he said if you go over this year because they they'd had each year at what longer and longer and longer like the show was like eight hours long. Yes. And he said we have a new system. I you get the bell said if that doesn't work and then the floor open, and he disappeared. I that's what they're gonna do the president the standard a trap door and you're eight minutes. Mr President you go overnight. We're getting Kimmy out. Send a step ladder down by the Kane. This is happening today to is a big day. It'd be decision we've talked about before people with felony records in Florida. They can have their voting rights restored. This was on the the big statewide amendment on the ballot back in November amendment four overwhelmingly passed except I do believe, rapists and murderers, do not qualify and Bill voted against it. Because and I see your point. But I I don't think somebody of that ilk is is going to get out. Like, you said somebody who goes into like a Publix and beats somebody at the public store within an inch of their life. But it's not murder. Save you serve your time. You're out. Yeah. I just don't think they're going to get that quickly. So maybe you're right. But I think it was more people voted it for people who had like in L charges against him and things like that. So I voted yes. For just. So you know, you can eat me later. It's been awhile since we heard from this winter, Brenda Snipes. Remember, how could I forget he wants to be reinstated? As the Broward County supervisor of elections. Oh, so does she want? Rick Scott to do it before. He's not governor any of ten fifty nine this morning or does. He she run to Santa's to do it. Was officially under governor. Rick Scott's watch. She was suspended allegations. Of course, we all know, she released election results before polls were closed failed to follow state election laws mysteriously appeared write in ballots days after the election. She says Scott's allegations of incompetence are false judge did not issue a ruling yesterday despite a two hour hearing. Oh, I thought the governor had to do it. Yeah. So maybe she's going to appeal to governor to Santa's in pray that he gives her a second shot down a look where we are the day before the swearing in of the new governor, right? She's claiming this to our record appearance got her hearing. What have we were in a different world? But what if Andrew gillum had one? What are we looking at for her? Absolutely. Would be real. Yes. She would have been reinstated long before. Now, she wouldn't have needed the court date. Bright rally would've got your job back, right? Whereas Andrew gillum these days gearing up for his twenty two thousand four presidential run. He thinks okay. Oh, yeah. There's no doubt. They're they're grooming them. Now. I see I think betas gonna be or Beethoven's going to be there biggie they're going to push him out there because what's her name the next one? Yeah. Well, Elizabeth Warren. She's not doing really well. She's on day one of her it. Oh, sweep through Iowa. And she's already lost her voice. Like, yeah. You got what it takes to be president, go home? Please Mr. rest in the tent for a little while you need to get Bruce Willis on the phone. This is kind of this is like the greatest thing in the world. Do you? Remember when we everybody laughed when the president said he was going to have the space. Police any made that announcement everybody chuckled who what do we need space police for because his stuff like this? And I swear we always kid that these satellites that keep on get launched from right here at the Cape in Cape Canaveral from the project. Spacex and everybody else that the they're carrying these satellites for the air force the marines. And I'm thinking, what are you always say they are built spy-satellites, right? All of them. Well, now, there's this whole system. It's called dart. Okay. If stands for double asteroid redirection test, and they say as early as next year NASA is going to send a spacecraft. They don't say if it's a missile or if it's a rocket or whatever it is. But they're calling it a spacecraft into the derive. Path of an incoming asteroid to see if slams into the asteroid if they can actually change the flight pattern of the asteroid. That's awesome. So that's that makes makes you think how many times have we had close calls that. They're not telling us about listen, the only way they're getting funding for this is if exactly right we've had way too many close calls, and they didn't want to panic everybody. Probably somebody told you within a thousand miles. There was an asteroid the size twice the size of the earth that could wipe out the entire population. I think it'd be a little bit concerned. You're right though. Space. Why we needed space force? That's it. Hey, we'd better get cracking. What are we going to get Elvis where his birthday, oh, giving your shoes? K Elvis's birthday and headlines.

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