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"mr. elliot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"All right. Welcome back here on this Wintry evening. Happy to wrap up the show tonight with my guest, Mr Elliot Cohen and really enjoyed learning more about your nonprofit. Expectant fathers without voices, and I know before the commercial break, you were discussing some of the success that you've had just in terms of saving lives on Ben. It sounds like you're also really changing People's mindsets trying to, you know, just just really fly in the face of what people have been thinking about abortion for all these years. But what would you say Some of the other successes are Well, um I'm kind of like you mentioned there has been a Kind of a snowball effect where Leggo said I can. I can personally confirm six couples because I have personally interacted with them and where it was actually The woman that reached out and said Hey, you know, I'm on the fence. I'm not sure you know what I'm gonna do here. Um, I feel like I have no support. Will you intervene so and I, you know, got got those messages. From Uh, you know our email list or from our Facebook in box or, you know wherever they might messages and And I have pursed me personally has reached out to those those men and spoken with them and ask them some very simple and very direct questions. Which do you do you want your partner to have an abortion? And they all said No, I said, OK, we'll do you realize that she's thinking about having one and some? Some of them said Yes. Some of them said No..
"mr. elliot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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Some real things that you see me. And now more Dr Stephanie Show with Dr Stephanie Nor on talk radio 6 80 wcbm. All right. So good to have you with me here tonight, All of you, Americans, patriots and of course, my guests, Mr Cohn. For those of you who are destroying the show. Now, Mr Elliot Cohen is the founder of the nonprofit group Expectant Fathers Without Voices E F W V for short and Mr Cohn so glad that you are here. I would love to hear your definition of you know how you define an expectant father. Sure. Okay, well, an expectant father is a man who knows his partners. Pregnant. Genuinely wants to be a good parent to that child and a good man, too. The pregnant woman, whether whether they're married or or or not. An expectant father is also a man who would be willing to be vetted extensively by law enforcement, social workers, whatever the state with deem necessary, very similar to surrogacy or adoption, But in these cases it would be the actual Child's biological father, who would be wanting that, you know, to raise the child so that in this case, it wouldn't necessarily have to be the mother who raises the child. It could be the father. It absolutely could be. That said, hey, would also need to be willing to be open to the mother's involvement in the child's life if she were to have a change of heart after carrying the child to term and not rewarding Which would actually be the ideal situation because that's one of the main things that were seeking to do is to keep the families together to keep the family strong and to help. Hopefully educate Young men. As to the way that they should respond to Their partner, and I'm using the word partner because not everybody is necessarily marriage minded, especially especially when it comes to abortion. Sure, so so in the United States just just today, I must say there's some numbers out here just just today in the United States. We have had 1839 abortions performed in our country right now, as we're actually, that just became 1840. So I'm watching a real time. Abortion. Counterfeit. Yeah, It's very, very easy to find us abortion clocked out or now that being said That that's a lot of lives that are being lost, and they're being lost often times due to just a simple miscommunication when when the woman comes to Two a man and says, Hey, honey, I'm pregnant Men have been conditions for the last 30 to 40 years that the most loving and respectful thing that they can say and the best thing they can say, you know, And do you say, Well, honey, I support you. Whatever you choose, because of because of the whole women's right to choose thing, so it's been drilled into into men's minds and especially young men. That the most like I said, the most compassionate and caring and loving thing they can say is all support you whatever you choose so instantly. You're introducing the The option there by using the word choice also putting and then you're also putting pressure on the woman to have to make that decision and you're basically What the woman is hearing is okay. This guy doesn't doesn't really care. He just He's kind of like just willy nilly about it to make money not to make matters even worse. Um, one of one of the lies that the abortion industry has been very good at pushing, just like the one I just mentioned. Is that the follow up to that to that initial statement? Is And if you do choose to have an abortion, I will support you to the point where I will even pay for it. I'll drive. I'll drive you to the clinic. So on and so forth s so and so. So if I can jump in there, I want to understand. What are you teaching men? I mean, I could sort of hypothesize or anticipate what you might be teaching them in the alternative, but as your train to through your nonprofit, do more education. What are you teaching men would be the alternative. What? Something else they could say. In other words, you might be they say, Wow. What amazing, beautiful. Incredible. Glorious news. Yes, Perfect. And I'd like to talk with you and discuss what? Yeah, I'd like to discuss how we can, you know? Bring this child into the world and a happy manner. Yes, happy and safe way. Yeah. Okay. It's go time. Game on. Yeah, no turning back. Now, let's let's go ahead and Are, you know, working together and figuring out ways that we can be the best best parents that we can be, because there is a brand new life about to come into this world on that. That's about the most beautiful and amazing thing. Whether Whether you're looking at it from a faith perspective, or just they're just even a scientific perspective. It's just the creation of life is something that Is is that we all crazy, you know, look at all of the anti aging products that people use and things like that light. Life is something that we cling to so much. You know, when somebody we do everything we can to try to try to keep them, you know well, And so why do we just looked at at at this whole segment of our of our society? E. The pre born Children as disposable. Yeah, and so you're says. Some of what you're doing is really trying to educate and change people's mindsets. And I know another. Another aspect of your non profit, though, is also providing care after an abortion. Is that right? Can you can you tell the audience a little more about that part of your organization? Yes, we do. We do engage in and post post the borders care. We have a and expectant fathers without voices. Facebook's important that they can go to and sign up and join. They can also go to www dot DFW v dot net. Um, but and and we also partner with other posts the border of support groups, which are most often, uh, female base, and this is valuable because often times there are very few men represented in these groups, and it helps the post support of women quite quite a bit, too. Kind of understand and realize that there really are a lot of a lot of good men out there that actually really do care because some of them have had those kinds of miscommunications those kinds of conversations and they thought to themselves, okay? You know, I just told my boyfriend that I'm pregnant. I just told my husband even that I'm pregnant and and he said Okay, we'll support you. Whatever you choose. And if you choose an abortion, I'll pay for it. And then she she was she hears is okay. I'm gonna I like this guy doesn't want anything to do with having a child. Right. So then she'll go ahead and have the abortion and then you know, deal with a lifetime of soccer hope. Um, so it's very, very, very important to focus on poster board and care for women and and and for men..
"mr. elliot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"mr. elliot" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Are he and they what? What is that? What do you like a group of people being a party of four? How many seats you gonna need in the restaurant? The This is pretty amazing. I feel lucky to be writing this to be here. She said. To have arrived at this place in my life. Yeah, I must be quite a joy. I feel overwhelming gratitude for the incredible people who have supported me along this journey. It was just yesterday. I can't begin to express how remarkable it feels to finally love who I am enough to pursue my authentic self, my authentic self. I'm Prince Sihanouk of Cambodia as my authentic self. I have the hat to prove it. I've got a great hat. When you see this hat, you're gonna know that I am Prince here. Nook of Cambodia, And you should. You should just call me that. She said that excuse me, he now wait a minute. It was him. I was Brian Brian said this morning because she came out as a lesbian a couple years ago and then yesterday came out as a man, so the question obviously needs to be answered. It now that you're a man, Are you still lesbian? Because the Democrats you see they have, like men who are lesbians goes to like when you're in junior high school, and you're a boy. You make jokes like this. Like, you know, I'm really a lesbian, trapped in a man's body and all this stuff. Now she's a lesbian trapped in a woman's body who's now a man trapped in a woman's body. A man with ovaries and a womb. A man without a Penis and testicles. And yet she is a man and, uh, And so is Barack Obama. I just had no way because there but it does. And and Ellen Page is now he and they, um, boy. There You have it. Contract to what you may hear. I actually like men. Oh, right. Yeah. Raise your right here. You never had a lesbian affair. Never. Never, never, never even been tempted. I'm bringing Excuse me, He Elliot Page now a man with a womb and ovaries. And the vagina. Can you say that on the radio? I think you can't and doesn't have the boy bits Has the girl bit says little breast disease. And now a man. Why? Because Ellen Page says, I'm a man and I'm Elliot. So, so much of the world says Oh, yes, sir. Yes, sir. Mr. Elliot, sir. I'm not that mentally impaired. I got to say that I know there's this is settled Science. I'm a man of science and this is settled Science. We know they got chromosomes. We've been studying this stuff for some time Now. It's not just the Indian, the Audi the boy stuff and the girl stuff there, you know, crime. Miss Holmes Got jeans got all this stuff We figured out it's science, their men and women. And hormones, all kinds of things. Even you could do whatever you want from this point on, I guess Also, I hear on Netflix the TV show on Netflix. You know they're doing. They're going back in time, because this show's been on How long's it been on Michael couple years? I think this umbrella campers something like that. And they're going to go back and change all the credits. So she is no longer Ellen Page. He is now Elliot Page, even though she was a she then they're going to put the he name on the her from then because this is the Democrat Party today, and they want to do this to your Children as well. She also said to all the trans people who deal with harassment, self loathing abused on the threat of violence every day. I see you owe the threat of violence every day. I love you and will do everything to change this world for the better. She's not. She's a big advocate for trans people should just yesterday, toe like flipping a light switch went from one gender to another and one name to another and And there's some legal proceeding that is required to change your name. And what about your driver's license? Are you rejecting it? Putting in a shredder? Something like that?.
"mr. elliot" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Pull around the country have finally started voting. But the legal war over whether all of those votes get counted is already intense on Kai, right and on the United States of anxiety. This week, we report from Wisconsin, where community organizers have spent months trying to rescue democracy from a pandemic now Parts of assault on voting itself. Join me for the United States of Anxiety Live this evening at 6 93.9 FM, Am 8 20 of you in white. Coming over. These are in the next few minutes, took his treating President Trump Fork over 19 so he could be discharged tomorrow Monday, but also admitted today that he had been given oxygen. Also, we'll talk to Sweden's top infectious disease expert was the country write to charge a different course to its neighbors. Massai Corona virus, and the lack of new blockbusters may force thousands of cinemas. All that's coming up after the news. BBC News Doctors treating President Trump say he is continuing to recover well from covert 19 and might be discharged from hospital as early as Monday to be monitored by white tiles. Medical stuff. Doctor said he had been put on supplementary oxygen but didn't clarify how many times President Il Amalia of of Azerbaijan has asked Armenia to set a timetable for withdrawing from the disputed region of Nagorno Carob Bach as a condition for ending military action. Mr Elliot also demanded an apology from Armenia. His statement came as fighting intensified between the two sides. Voters in New Caledonia in the South Pacific have narrowly rejected independence from France in a referendum. President Macron said he welcomed the show of confidence but would also listen to separatists. Police in Belarus have used water cannon to disperse. Protesters have again gathered in Minsk to call for President Lukashenko to stand down. Tens of thousands of people joined protests in cities across Belarus for the eighth Sunday in a row. A policeman has appeared in court in Chile after being arrested for allegedly throwing a teenager into a river during a protest the officer Denys deliberately causing harm to the protester. One of the biggest matches in Italian football has been called off for the last minute after Napoli failed to turn up to play you've enters due to row about Corona virus tests. The dispute started when to Napoli players tested positive for covert 19, prompting the local health authority to order the team to remain in isolation on not to travel to Turin for the match. The legendary Japanese designer cancer. Takada has died at the age of 81 from the Corona virus. Kenzo was the first designer from Japan to make it in the competitive world ofthe French fashion. BBC news. Around next the latest on President Trump's health. But first we're going to turn to Kenya, where two people have been killed and several injured in clashes between supporters of Kenya's president Hurricane Yetta and those backing his deputy William Ruto. Rival supporters pelted each other with stones and burnt tires. A CZ Mr Rooter attended a church service in a political stronghold. Of the president. BBC Africa's manually Guns in Nairobi has been telling me more the ban tyres on the road. They were pelting stones at each other than police had to use tear gas to try and disperse them. And this also moved on to the church where the deputy president was supposed to be. The police unfortunately, threw tear gas inside the touch, and they had to stop the proceedings at some point. Deputy president himself has apologized and condemned the clashes that happened and asking for a bit of come among the his followers and the followers of the president to looking ATA. They have these two men being rivals in the past, but had been in a political alliance. Why have they fallen out now? In 2012. They came together. They had that case off people's election violence of the International Criminal Court, but it did come together with the promise of uniting the country because off the huge tribal divisions within Kenya. They also pledged to deal with corruption but within the government itself because they've had to share some of the Cabinet positions. It has been very tense over the years. The deputy president wants to run for office in 2022. The only problem is that some people who are like to the president himself who cannot are opposed to his bid to run for office, and this has created Ah, huge tension and summon lease have actually said. That the tensions that are being witness right now in the country who turn out Unfortunately to what we witness in 1007 when they're bloody clashes, tribal clashes that led to the deaths off more than 1000 people. Quite a complicated situation in the country right now, why the president's supporters so opposed to Mr Ruto standing given that Mr Canasta Constand again, can he The political alignments in the country, and what the allies off the president have been talking about is they do support different candidate in the 2022 elections there supporting the former prime minister in Kenya? Who's the opposition leader, Raila Odinga, and therefore they see The campaigns by the deputy president as being premature so on one and they say that the country should be concentrating on issues that have happened in the country, particularly also the covered 19, which has hugely affected the economy of the country. They said the deputy president should be addressing those issues rather than campaigning. On the other side Deputy president has been saying that he wants to lay ground for addressing poverty, unemployment, particularly among the youth and just to go to the doorstep of the president and told this functions that he has been holding scene that's quite aggressive towards the agenda that the president wants. It was the BBC's Emanuela guns speaking to me from nine.
"mr. elliot" Discussed on Other People's Shoes
"And you know we we came to this theme. This season deem that we're on as we're wrapping it up and I have been on this search for my whole life trying to find that purpose in my life in trying to ask those questions and fasting and weeping and praying over God what do you want from me? Have you ever been in that moment yourself I I know manny you know has a has an amazing come to come to Jesus moment you know and again I do think angels probably did Ordain Shot 'cause you know I've heard. I've heard. I've heard through other people that it may not be that great but but anyway. I don't know if it's good or not. I'm just. But my point is for you. has there been that that elusive thing that you've searched for or maybe there was that elusive thing that you search for then found. You know that's a really good question than I was I would say this in our I'll say this to your. I. Don't know you know we just met before via e mails a few times and and. Phone call before this this podcast. But sometimes we're or looking so hard to find it ends right in front of us right and so. Your purpose may be who you're running into starbucks. I think we make it we make it. I don't know if it's bigger than it needs to be or if it's yes, we all have a purpose. But sometimes our platform and how we use it whether you be your missionary and our pastor says this really well at our church, your missionary whether you're in the bank or whether you're on the mission field in Uganda, your missionary if your the wonderful server that's helping in a restaurant or flight attendant on on aircraft your on the mission build whether you're doing a radio PODCAST, Jim Mission field how you use that platform is so important but I will say this, I didn't grow up. Having a lot either you know product of a family that. That divorced and in that divorce came a lot of financial hardships for a moment. you know I'm a person that had a big brother big sister growing up. I'm person that knows what it's like to stand in line for the government cheese and milk. I'm a person of what felt like an embarrassment. My mom had when she had to take food stamps to support us. and so when I was in. my senior year one of our papers and it was our civics and social justice classes was. Write a paper about what you want your life to look like what you're GonNa do with the life you have. And it was a wonderful Mr Elliot was his name I. Still Remember Him I don't know where he is in this world anymore, but he was a phenomenal. And I remember I still have that paper and I, tell my kids this a lot. But I wrote down and I to answer your question in a long way. But I'm getting there I wrote down. I WANNA be able to show people and run my own business. Now Dang it Neil I didn't write down that I wanted to make you know millions of dollars I forgot that piece but that's okay because God never leaves the Super Success but I'll tell you this that stuck with me. I didn't know how I was going to get there but I knew that out of the lacks that I had. Out of the things that I needed to be comforted and myself out of knowing what it felt like..
"mr. elliot" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"38 years old. The day on a Troy university, former Dallas Cowboy DaMarcus Where won a Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos and Super Bowl 50? He is 38. Burt Bay tomorrow, Mr Garcia. Chips. Cherry Garcia, Grateful Dead for 1942 died 1995. Birthday of Number 21. Born in Houston, Texas in 1948 died August of last year out of the University of Colorado Open, Raiders wide receiver and he was a bad, bad man. Three time Super Bowl parents. Cliff Branch. And birthday tomorrow for Mr Elliot. I don't know why Joe decided not to thing. Joe Elliott of Deaf. Remember Turning 61 birthday Sunday includes five time Emmy Award winning actor Carroll O'Connor didn't crawl out from under the rocks, not no taste. We didn't come from monkeys. You wait. You pinko Meeting Archie Bunker, five Time Emmy Award winner, including in the heat of the night Television series. Aside from all of the family last certainly not least. Keyboardist band. Garth Hudson on Sunday turns 83. For the first time in a month. The number of covert 19 patients in the hospital is below 1000 and.
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"Welcome everyone to not another anxiety. Show I'm Eric Letham and I am here today with Mr Elliot Weinstein Gene Kelly. How are you good? I thought I lost I had been mispronouncing your name. You know I had been calling the ally but as we'll see it's How do you pronounce your full first name for those? That probably can't like me. The first full name is Eliana which is a Hebrew name but everyone knows me Ellie Ellie not I love that well. Ellie is graciously joining us today. He is a social worker. Therapist worked in a psychiatric hospital intensive outpatient clinic and currently works in community clinics in Queens. He He created elevation which I had my hold this whole time and my had been pronouncing allieviation dot org but its elevation. And we're going to link you to the show notes and everything like that but you've created that site to help fill a need for those struggling and to add extra inspiration and motivation evasion into everyday life. He has gone through his own struggles with anxiety. E. D. H. D. and men's issues being new dad body image issues relationships in general self-esteem incompetence just to name a few I. His main goal is to help people on their journey to add support. Care empathy expertise not insight. He Runs Events Seminars and individual coaching on topics from Mental Health Awareness Public Speaking Coaching relationship coaching and incompetence boosting. So thank you so much for being here. Were always excited to have somebody so passionate about what they do. And I'm personally excited to have a dude on the show so hello hey thanks for having me anytime so you do a lot. You're busy guy dumped the more than others via and you are in new daddy said right. Maybe ricky is almost eight months Iraqi. Okay well that's funny age when they can sit up and start laughing at everything and now she's going through a wonderful sleep progression which is so rich. Well like I mentioned before you and I record. I've been craving real conversations with real people about the real lives lives and passions and struggles and always pumped. I'm always intrigued. When someone's struggle becomes how they make a difference in the world old and it seems like you're really on the path to doing that? You're you're really making a difference in fact you were just on the Kelly Clarkson show which is super exciting. Yeah and rumor has it. She's Pretty Nice. It's a nice actually nice you know. Yeah Yeah I'd scoop into who is nice and who wasn't from the drivers that took me to and from the airport to give you all the fun conversation Asian or next time you're on that's what we're GonNa talk about just a list McConnell so elliot how did you get into in this world of you know this passion of of making mental health better author growing grown up. I was you know pushed onto taking medication from. ADHD seeing psychiatrists psychologists therapists going through the struggles of not really getting social cues impulsivity issues. being extremely emotional which is one of the side effects of Having Adhd and one of the powers and it took give me a long time to understand that what I was going through was was powerful and that is a superpower that I try to utilize that I am more social being being now because of all those struggles am very much in tune in self aware to my emotional states and could talk to the wall if need be Because of those powers have and that being said I love helping people. It is something that I believe is my passion by purpose. Listen life is to be a loving and caring to those that need it and it's something that has driven me to do a lot of things and push myself further and further further. What I'm doing everyday I don't know I have heard anyone else? Describe their emotions and the like the emotional journey that you you go through and have gone through as a superpower but honestly that's that's the way I feel I'm coming up on five years of recognizing my own struggle with anxiety specifically and I celebrate every single year because it's my superpower. You're it's exactly how I'm GonNa make a difference in the world so that's really really cool That you mentioned that and we got where there is not the sort of thinking of as silly as it is and it's actually not silly at all. I mean there's all these amazing you know Marvel Superhero movies and shows and Netflix series of origin stories. And and isn't that the hero's journey is is you know it's it's messy and it's gritty and it. It's there's a point to it you know I mean even the greatest greatest superhero. I don't WanNa get into conversation right now. You'd see but I I have a lot of friends and myself who are huge fans of both but if we look at the classic Superhero Superman who was born with. These powers wasn't powerful on his own planet but until he came to the struggles Argos of earth and was an outcast. Did he learn who he truly was. I need to have a whole another. So are we already have an episode. You're coming back on to talk about being a dad which we haven't even mentioned where you're coming back on and tell us while terrible celebrities are and now you're coming we're GONNA come on we're GonNa talk about marvel versus DC but that's a whole lesson that we're summer planned So I don't WanNa lose the threat of the the hero's journey but it's it's making me think of something else. which is you're very open and honest and you and you said that before we hit record open book you've been through so much Why why is it hard? And this is such a huge question. And I don't mean to spring something so loaded on you but it seems hard. Let me let me rephrase it seems so hard for men to be emotionally honest. I'm a woman I happen to be a gay woman who doesn't have a problem being tough. That's sort of my world you know but I have the. I have the emotional flexibility to do that and it sort of seems unfair. Seems unfair that we we live in a culture and are you still in New York. I'M IN UPSTATE NEW YORK. You are because you said that you work in Queens. It's you know being in the northeast. Being in America we have a culture scenes of a demanding vulnerability from everyone including shooting men and not really allowing that You know as I think Bernie Brown says I love her name. Brown says something about we want men to sort of die on the white horse Do you being one being a man at all period And to being a a man in this world being a therapist I mean what do you what do you think that is that our culture. What a big question and I was Kinda love that you quoted first of Albany Brown who I loved one day Renee Brown? If you're listening a looking at you but she's listening. I got my little hat right now. For what the person that I always loved to quote when it comes to men's issues and I talk to once in a while. He's amazing resource. His name is Louis House and one of the things that he talks about in his books mask of masculinity is caused of for years before any of us were around back in the long longtime ago ago men were known as the strong one the Nubia man being no be strong stand up fight for the family protect us. It was. This is idea of strength. which on the roles have adjusted changed? Moved whatever you would like to put a word word to it and it's not only just the man who can do that and probably wasn't the man who could do that back in the day either but just what is a was assigned but that is the issue when it is looked at as weakness for some reason emotions and I declined today who told me that he was crying. His wife for twenty minutes straight and he was embarrassed really why because he said. You can't cry. I gotta be strong for her. I said No. It's okay to cry because you're struggling and you need her to support you
"mr. elliot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I was taking Gino. Romero's word for it that the girl who was a tiger his word my own instincts. At first glance. She seemed soft shy lovely. Then you sensed a wildness about her kind of suppress violence. That brought up short. Made you stop and reappraisal. He leaned against a tree watching the bodies of the plane. Crash victims being carried down the slope in place in the army jeep with no sign of emotion on her face cool detached. She had no reason to be here and I wonder why she was the only way I knew we'll find out what's do Oscar. Yes what is it. Your marveled terrence heavily. That's right and I have not met you somewhere before all but but you're about to y name is Johnny dollar an investigator for an insurance company in the state. That might be very interesting work sometimes on some jobs other times it's only dirty and disgusting gusting like this time for instance. We all have our problems. Maybe I can help you with yours Mr will you. I'm not in the mood as me. I think that seeing ten bodies picked up and hauled away out of put anyone in a gay carefree move. Look beat it. You came out here sightseeing. Didn't you twenty miles from town so you must like this kind of thing I had friends is on that plane Mr Dalla so did a lot of other people but maybe not as good friends as you. I don't know what you're talking about and I don't care you h Palmer and Jim rourke where those your friends must turn. Let's get this straight. I'm not interested in playing footsie's or any other game you have in mind. You're wasting your time buster. Now get going wait a minute. Maybe you've got the wrong idea. This isn't just a social chat. Now you want to help me with my problem. Just one problem wondering how you're going to spend that fifty thousand dollars but yeah. That's a fair sized chunk doc. Money to drop right out of the sky talking about what fifty thousand dollars a money you'll get from the deaths of you two friends Palmer and rook. What do you mean so? Tell me you with them at the the airport last night when flights six took off. Yes I y you must have known that they both took out flight policies and that both of them named you as beneficiary. No No I. I didn't know I wasn't with them exactly based not up until takeoff than you claim this is all just a big surprise. Of course I didn't know a thing about it. It's just liked them. It's what they do. Why did you come out here to the reckless turns? I don't know Ed and Jim when my friends and I don't know why I came because I brought her Mr Nobel but I didn't bring her here to be pushed around by some morbid curiosity. No please this is Johnny Dollar Bill. He's an insurance investigator. They'll blatant star along. It was asking me some questions why you add in gem both took out insurance policies in my name. Why Flight Accident Policies Fifty thousand dollars word allows the blakely? You said Miss Terence's here because you brought her. I wonder if you tell me why you're here. I don't another any of your business. Sometimes I make things and sometime you may get your teeth knocked out there in pretty solid blatantly. Yeah well maybe. I'll stop sorry mobile APP common. Kim rival who builds business partners. What business to blakely engineering? We're willing some roads around Mexico City. How many partners just the three of you in? Just that's right. Dollar business belongs to me now. What about it? Nothing about it. Congratulations one more stop it. Let's go role model. I've got to get back to wait for them. If the truck I'll be there in a few minutes searches a dollar just one thing. Don't push me Blakely Glee. Ten people died over there on that hillside last night they were murdered. I intend to find out who did it and takes pushing to find out. Then I'll push you around. Yeah you probably will this thing hit bill pretty hard Mr Elliot have to make allowances along have been on a couple of Mon bomber rourke the same. It's nothing serious. Nothing romantic. If that's what you're thinking. It was all just for fun. was that all it was on this I oh man always claim to be serious. That's only part of the game. What else do you do? Ms Terrence beside play the game at all I'm a wealthy orphan is two Dahlie and my only career is drifting around the world playing the game. I'm ornamental irresponsible and rather useless. Maybe not entirely useless. Just being ornamental has has some importance in this world. So you play to now. I meant it. I guess I was pretty obnoxious when you spoke to me while ago I suppose I ask for it. I'm staying at the hotel. Tell Montecasino I'd like see again. I could teach you the game johnny very attractive offer outside of business hours. But do you think I'm mixed up in this. No I'm not sure well think about it. Johnny in calm me at my hotel Monte Cassino. That's where the Lagos's staying having to know him Komo yes of course. Why one of the passages killing lane was his wife? Didn't you know I sat named Lago said I. I didn't even know he had a wife another just for fun. I think you've got some wrong ideas about me. Johnny come see me enough straighten them out for you and something else. You'll find it out anyway so I may as well tell you. Tell me what I had reservations on flight. Six to was going over to van for the weekend. I canceled out at the last minute. I see. Maybe that's why I came out here to see for myself. I'm not afraid of death. I've tempted to twenty times to be but it does fascinate me. I stood there. Watching thinking could have been me being carried down that slow except the luck. DOC Why did you cancel out at the last minute. I was talked out of making the trip by Home Bill. Blakeley I watched swing down the slope live wrecks and lovely a strange girl.
"mr. elliot" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"He wouldn't be there. While I you magic one at tyrod Ludivina coach. We never heard LeBron say one of them to be the coach. He doesn't intentionally. But here's the thing Jacoby. There's one thing if you LeBron, you might say they gave you a three year deal those are the years, I'm gonna be here too. He may be like, wait a minute. You want to try to get a five year and then they balked at that ain't nothing I can do about that. That's on you. So we have not heard him speak on the very candidate. Lebron James who finds ways to make sure that he voices, his opinion when he needs to so based on that I saw level of support can again, this is not doom and gloom for the Lakers. They're in a great situation to be successful next year. Who's the only great team in the west? The Golden State Warriors say Katie lease they're vulnerable who's the second best team in the west the Houston Rockets, okay? The Lakers are just as good if not better than them come playoff time right now. And we will see with a healthy young core and a healthy LeBron James that perhaps another piece, I love the Lakers chances next year. But I'm also an unabashed LeBron stand, but Jalen, we're gonna move on from the Lakers. Thank Zeke you'll. I think Mr., Mr. Elliot, the Ohio, he'll. Elliot number running back, number one TMZ sports had video of Ezekiel Elliott and his lady friend at the electric daisy carnival, and there is depressing a security guard physically. He kinda pushes them a little bit the security guard falls is offense. Then the police come over and handcuff him and detain him. However, it's very, very important to note. He was not charged with any crimes this security guard, as TMZ said, did not want to press charges. So Ezekiel was then detained. And then he left Jalen, this is not the first time as Elliot has sort of been in an incident. What do you make of the latest from Ezekiel Elliott softball rocking, a LeBron James jersey without a shirt underneath? How about those armpits stinking here's the deal? Ezekiel Elliott continues to show the off the field. He's gonna make questionable decisions and put himself in position to be disciplined by law enforcement. And or by the NFL, these are absolute facts. You can't dispute these. And when you have seen this as the Dallas Cowboys, you have to monitor whether you want to invest a long term contract in him as a player, we know he's really talented on the field. Now I'm already gonna put something on wax was headed for a Levy. I'm Bill situation in the future with Ezekiel Elliott, Mark Mullen, because his level of productivity versus off feel behavior and a position that he plays while still on a rookie contract. They're gonna look at him and say, we're gonna franchise, you we'll get you the ball three hundred seventy five to four hundred times a year, but we're gonna franchise you again. And then all of a sudden he gonna see. Daggett paid. He will see a mortgage pay-. He'll see Lawrence get paid. And he'll be like, wait a minute. I'm going to sit out and not go to organized team activities mandatory team activities until y'all pay me my money he's going to fall under the Levy. I'm Bill rule really soon. Interesting Deontay wilder sadness studio and told us what he was going to do to dominate Brazil code in Saturday What is bay..
Ezekiel Elliott Handcuffed For EDC Altercation, Pushing Security Guard
"Zeke you'll. I think Mr., Mr. Elliot, the Ohio, he'll. Elliot number running back, number one TMZ sports had video of Ezekiel Elliott and his lady friend at the electric daisy carnival, and there is depressing a security guard physically. He kinda pushes them a little bit the security guard falls is offense. Then the police come over and handcuff him and detain him. However, it's very, very important to note. He was not charged with any crimes this security guard, as TMZ said, did not want to press charges. So Ezekiel was then detained. And then he left Jalen, this is not the first time as Elliot has sort of been in an incident. What do you make of the latest from Ezekiel Elliott softball rocking, a LeBron James jersey without a shirt underneath? How about those armpits stinking here's the deal? Ezekiel Elliott continues to show the off the field. He's gonna make questionable decisions and put himself in position to be disciplined by law enforcement. And or by the NFL, these are absolute facts. You can't dispute these. And when you have seen this as the Dallas Cowboys, you have to monitor whether you want to invest a long term contract in him as a player, we know he's really talented on the field. Now I'm already gonna put something on wax was headed for a Levy. I'm Bill situation in the future with Ezekiel Elliott, Mark Mullen, because his level of productivity versus off feel behavior and a position that he plays while still on a rookie contract. They're gonna look at him and say, we're gonna franchise, you we'll get you the ball three hundred seventy five to four hundred times a year, but we're gonna franchise you again. And then all of a sudden he gonna see. Daggett paid. He will see a mortgage pay-. He'll see Lawrence get paid. And he'll be like, wait a minute. I'm going to sit out and not go to organized team activities mandatory team activities until y'all pay me my money he's going to fall under the Levy. I'm Bill rule really soon.
"mr. elliot" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"You to pound sand. Exactly, exactly. This is Denise and there's no problem with your current credit card, but if you'd like to save big money. No Denise by especially when it's a phone. They call the phone number. That's not connected to any credit card. I have we'll ever have. Right. And but basically that's just to get you on the line. So they can get your information in and try to sell. Tell you something that you really don't need gel. Lemme tell you my dad loves these telemarketer calls because he just messes with them. He'll try to keep them on the line as long as possible because he's got nothing else. Better to do. You know, I have a friend who who says when the of course, a lot of them recorded. But when it's a real live person, they'll say do me a favor hang on a second. And he'll just put the phone down and go do something else. And just. It's load them. Wait. I can remember growing up in the back when we actually still had land lines were thing, and it would never fail the telemarketers. It's almost like they had some sort of system. They knew when we were sitting down to eat. Yes. And the phone would ring like clockwork it does. Anyway, that would go over pick it up realize it was a telemarketer just set it down on the table. We go back and Sydney by their newly give we got done. Eating gobert. Hang the phone up. Sounds like a good plan. It sounds like your dad and Billy's data are both on the same page because it's I don't know. I just it is one of those things universally people just hate those and the the no call list guys. The thing was supposed to take care of this and the telemarketers. Boy, they learned how to blow right past that. It's a needs some teeth to it. I mean, I get it. There's some penalties. I guess if they find you like this group or groups whoever did the four groups here that the the FTC has ruined their day, right and made everybody else to stay. Oh, they'll just re organized with another shell company before. Oh, yeah. Dry on the order. And then you get the ones. That they're obviously robocalls. But it's the they want they claim to be from the IRS. And that there's an there's a warrant for your arrest in the by your local sheriff, I got those, and it's, but it's never anywhere that the IRS will be operating. It's like some remote part of Texas wherever you go. Look it up on a map that there's no federal agency for miles the the area that it says it's from his occupied by twelve cows and a rancher. Yeah. None of them want you to be arrested by your local sheriff. Well, I kept getting calls from this guy from New York who said that, you know, anytime Mr. Elliot we're going to turn this over to the to the Jefferson County sheriff's department you will be arrested by tomorrow morning at seven o'clock. And I said, well, you know, I have some coffee ready. I mean. Anybody with half a mind knows that the sheriff's office doesn't have arrest by appointment. It's not like, you know, I need I need. Joe Elliott, arrested at six fifty five killers that slot open. Just seems a little I mean that doesn't that's not how that works. If you commit a crime, they go get you. There's not a reservation system and nine times out of ten with these calls. You haven't committed a crime and half the time. They do it before you've even filed your tax returns to even know if you have committed a crime, but you know, it's it's all changing so much. Does anybody have a landline anymore? Will you don't have one right now? I haven't had a landline for going on ten years. Yeah. Same same Lee, Billy. I know you don't have a land. Now. I don't. But I remember my parents having one and I'm glad you brought it up. I was gonna ask is that is that still a thing? Yeah. I mean, it's they are there are some of the phone companies want to get rid of them in the legislatures generally will not let them because you know, there are people in some rural areas and things who really depend on their landlines in this state. It's I'd say it's mainly in eastern Kentucky where there's just it's not that there aren't cell towers there. It's just that the cell towers, don't work. So well, when you know, they just have terrible getting into the valley. And things. So it's easier to have a landline there for no other reason than just for the ability to call nine one one. It's interesting though, I like if I needed to talk to will. I'd call the Clark house. I'd call voted talk to Billy at Colorado college house now, I don't do that. I just call Billy. Or will? You know? It's like when I don't understand why someone still takes the time to Chuck a phone book on my driveway. What's agree with that? Yeah. What what are we what are we doing here? It's ten past six at NewsRadio. Eight forty W.
"mr. elliot" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Holly. She's unfound. She couldn't join in. But I thought that was pretty good. All right. So we are not going to Florida. I though we are going to New York New York City. So I wanna tell you. Okay. So you know, I don't do the betting on the on the sports teams. But I know a lot of people get into it. Okay. So there's this one called Super Bowl squares. It's where you write your name and squares on a grid. And I don't care who cares. But here's the deal usually cost Tenny ten or twenty dollars to play a Super Bowl squares game. And that's something that you do with your friends how hot so fun. Well, sixty sixty old Robert Brandel set up a Super Bowl squares pool online, and he made it cost five hundred dollars per square. I thought you were talking about Hollywood squares. I got kind of that would be fun. That's our kind of square game. No or. Baker square. That's more my speed. Yeah. Yeah. That was rude knows laughing. I could tell okay anyway, there are a hundred. One hundred boxes. So that means a total of fifty grand was in the pot for this game. Well, he bought some of the squares himself like a lot of them because he was trying to ensure a win. Okay. But he didn't win. Okay. What's the problem here? And then have the money to pay it. So he did what any normal human being would do. Okay. And he faked his own kidnapping. Oh, gosh. You know, this is not a good idea. What he the nine one one received a call from somebody who found him in his truck with his hands and legs bound, and then he claimed the two guys with a gun stole all the money. But the police were able to figure out that this was all a lie for a number of reasons among them the fact that he was not emotionally distressed in. The least also he had said that he had been kidnapped a couple of days prior. But he looked showered and clean like he had just had a normal morning and brush his teeth and shaved his face and the whole nine yards. And they were like something about this doesn't add up. Yeah. And it became clear that he had in fact staged his own kidnapping because he could not afford to pay his Super Bowl squares dues. Don't do it a lot for not alive. Right. Yeah. It is a lot for not a lot. Also. Maybe if you don't have the money to back your dumb betting system. Don't do it. Right. Because it's called gambling because you might not win. Right. Yeah. No. There's no guarantees in gambling guarantee. You're going to lose at some point. There's no guarantee you're gonna win. But I can guarantee you will lose it. Okay. Okay. That was where again, New York New York City. Okay. Can we had to? Valdez? Where would I find Valdez on the map? I believe its North Carolina. Okay. North Carolina a need to tell you about a gentleman by the name of pow Ron Elliott, and he is thirty three years old. Okay. And he did something recently. That was not smart. Okay. Which is why here and crazy stupid idiot satis WALE? So some stuff went down police were called to the downtown sports bar. It's literally the name of it the downtown. Creative that day. There was a medical call. We got a woman who's drunk having diabetic problem on their the caller said that a man had grabbed the woman out of the bathroom and was leaving with her. And so they were very concerned an officer gets to the scene along with a bouncer. They point to a truck that's leaving a parking lot. With a woman. She's got her head stuck out of the window. And she's barf in. Welcome to twenty s mostly my early twenties actually barked on the side of my friend's car once, but I paid for her to clean it after the fact because I didn't want the painter. Thank you. That was all right anyway. When the officer arrived on the scene. Oh, I already told you that they pointed in barf. They stopped the vehicle and Mr. Elliot remember, I told you about Kyle rhino. Mr. Elliot was driving. He's like, I'm taking this lady to home. You get your medicine because of bad. And they were like. Problem with that. And the problem is that you are wrong. And I feel like if she's going to die it might be because you're driving drunk. Yeah. Right. So he did tell the officer. So I am legally drunk. Our was our little attacks came vile at strive again. So help. Do they have Uber's in Valdez isn't the name of the place. I don't know if they do I'm assuming. Yeah. Guber is what they need as he. So they placed him in the back of the patrol car. Of course, now when they got to the patrol car guess what they found Mr Ryan did. I'm kinda drunk, and I get placed in the back of a car the police car what's all sand on the floor. You know, what it was? It was a bottle of fireball. Okay. I was like I was going to go down a whole different road. Oh, they he saw a bottle of fireball whiskey in the front floorboard of early scar. Begs the question, how police got a bottle of fire Bank you? I mean is that a good idea? Valdez sounds like a strange town. He well, then then the police officers like dude, we just arrested somebody they had fireball on them. Oh, so we confiscated that bottle. Different story. But that's when things got crazy stupid idiot worthy. What happened next so drunk? I in the back seat sees the fireballs wake slab. No, I'm enjoying the story gone. So they're like that's not for you. And he goes, well, I'm already drug you could share with me. And they did and they did not. Okay. But then he went on to argue that quotes hours just trying to save a life. I have some farm. They did not give him the fireboat. They did give him a trip to the clink the pokey pokey. All right for our next story. We are going to Livermore California sounds like a delightful town liver less. I would be all about now. I wanna tell you about a twenty two year old driver who was pulled over on the highway for going over ninety miles per hour. Ooh. That's that is very very fast. Get uncomfortable at speeds like that. I feel like something's gonna fall off my car. I don't think I've ever driven that please. I really don't. He was issued a speeding ticket. It was a four hundred dollar ticket because of his speed again twenty two year old driver. I believe it was a male driver. It doesn't matter actually. Because all that matters is the prefrontal cortex probably not all the way formed in this person. Meaning judgment was at a minimum. Because if you and I got a four hundred dollar ticket. We would go. Oh, jeez. What? Okay. And then we might not push the pedal all the way to the metal right after we were let go. That's not what happened with this twenty two year old driver. He took his ticket. And then he was like all right piece out officers peeled away. And started going one hundred three miles per hour. At which point eleven miles later he was pulled over again by different cop. And he was issued another tickets this time another ticket for a round somewhere between got what what's one more. He now always somewhere in the range of eight hundred to one thousand dollars, and he's got something on his record. A Representative from the California Highway Patrol also known as chess said that was an expensive eleven miles. That's smart persons. True. Right. All right. That was my best. Jessica, all right. When we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show. We are. I know me too. Was it the shorts? Yeah. Yeah. Tight pants. Eric estrada. When we come back. We're going to play that throwback live on the Colleen. That throw back live. We'll be back. Previously on Jason and Alexis. Rather have private parts that spontaneously sing or I can't even to this one. I gotta do different ones. Okay. To whatever the choice was all day. Good singer. Yeah. Not got friends in low. Bringing you everything entertainment Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer dawn on mytalk one zero seven one ready for a room makeover. But you just don't know where to start start at yet, there's home furnishings and flooring or better yet starting that very room..
"mr. elliot" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Absolutely. Not the type of things even talking to supervisors they hate it. They hate this whole thing of pushing and shoving after the whistle. And I said, why don't you just call it? It'll probably stop. You know? Well, they did. It is David. You can tell who starts. Yeah. If you're on that ice with four guys, and you got all supervisor up here. You know, who started that move starts the whole ruckus give him the penalty. Bingo. Guess what? Stop. They call it in that instance, vectors both guys were basically wrestling each other to the ice they needed to call something Don Owen, Sara Lee that the rate of price. You just made a three Steve sequence on the lightning sororities toss. Stamkos wondering why? To be careful here. Second violation be a penalty. Denno Windsor Petri in the near corner behind the net Riley short feed Felipe Denno in the left wing marches out three three to center ice cross ace for Petri. That is onsite across the lighting line into the right corner. He's checked by mcdonagh who dislodge is. It is it for Sara Lee. Couldn't quite snake. His way out to center is like, and it was on his tail so he directs it backwards to mcdonagh unwinding that. Now. It's turn up the right side at center. Eric turn across the Montreal line. Right circle centers. Did it Mr. Elliot front? Denno takes it away tying him up. His stamp goes Denno retreat by his own at to regroup Lanier getting a change Denno slides.
"mr. elliot" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"I got my. One of my main guys here. Mr. Elliot hoarding sit across the desk from me. Hurry today. I'm good. I'm good. Good. Good good. So Knicks not with us tonight. Nick, just flew in yesterday from LA he trained Josh heart, which is one of the up and coming stars of the Lakers trained his dog put out quite possibly the best before after video awfully history. So you gotta check that out. We'll put the link below. But he he he flew in. I don't understand this guy schedule man he flew in yesterday last night. He got in. I think around eight pm any left today at like eleven AM to go to Florida to go look at having meeting or look at property. I'm not sure what he's no. But you know, they have flights from Florida. Yeah. I think it was kind of one thing about Nick, he never liked plans ahead. He's always like on just gonna go ahead and book my flight, three hours before I have to. Leave for the airport. So so anyhow he'll be back with us next week. And so tonight's episode. The reason why I wanted to do emergency episode because we need everyone out there that is listening and watching right now, we need your help. And let us explain why it is the time of the year where pretty much every state, right? Yeah. Pretty much where the the the delegates get together. And they present they have at least in Virginia. They have forty five days this year. Yeah. We got their session generalists simply session coming in their general assembly session, where they have forty five days every day ver- consecutive forty five days to present new bills for the state thousands of bills. Right. I mean, a lot of them get shit canned lot of them get thrown out or they're even looked at. And then a lot of get of pass through right? Yeah. It's a tough process. And there are a lot a lot of good bills out this year that I I was. The other night. I was just going through all of them and a few of them on my Heli Alec that. But the one that we're going to discuss tonight is house Bill eighteen ninety four and why don't you first of all let me enter introduce yourself. Just Elliot's been on here before. But let's for those who haven't seen that episode tell everyone who your so, I'm Elliot Harding. I'm an attorney out of Charlottesville Albemarle county areas. Central Virginia do a lot of different types of litigation a lot of criminal defense work. But through my work over the past two years have been pulled into a lot of cases involving dog owners and various cases, whether it's ones were dogs got bit dogs by people, but dogs by other dogs dogs. Get injured maybe a dog had a bad issue at a vet maybe dog got stolen tons of different stuff involving dogs. So that's kinda unique little niche of practice a stumbled on and. Then something was four years ago with Nico tell us that story because in all reality. That's how this Bill is even coming to light like you or I don't think most people realize this your the man behind HP eighteen ninety four for the most part. I gotta give a lot of credit to delegate Michael Weber. Of course, of course, he is the vehicle for this Bill. If it wasn't for him this Bill wouldn't be going through. But I will give a little story about Nico not going any. Now, you're good..
"mr. elliot" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Also justified. Under the self defense statute because you can also use to use deadly force. To prevent serious bodily injury to you or a third person. And if you reasonably believe that deadly force is necessary. To prevent that serious. Bodily injury is justified under Indiana law. So the prosecutor's office took a look at it and said, you know, what Mr. Elliot what you did. Here was absolutely justified. And by the way, Elijah not long after this happened was a guest here on the show. And he told the story. So you would think that would be the end of it was at the end of it. No, no, it sure wasn't. It wasn't the end of it. Because the mother of the dead rubber filed the lawsuit against Kroger. Kroger was negligent why was Kroger negligent because they had gotten policy, but they didn't enforce it and because of Kroger's negligence, her poor son the armed robber. Was shot and killed. Indy. Star called me. Actually WIBC before I had my show WABC called me. And asked me my opinion of this whole thing what I said to the star. What I said to WIBC as I said, you know, this lawsuits interesting because apparently the theory of the lawsuit is that Kroger owed a duty of a safe working environment to Ann Arbor Arbor. And isn't that preposterous? And ultimately that lawsuit was dismissed. But not before Kroger had to defend.
"mr. elliot" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Came in. And he was performing any was singing singing for us or something? I mean bodies really the dead because what would the age difference? Proxima B, Bradley. Yeah. Twenty years. So. Could be. Why did Bradley's version of Jackson speak in the way that he does with that kind of deep draw think he'd just the decide do that that lip of heard Bradley big to quite a bit? But I'm not sure that him the one to speak to I think that he felt like because they were brothers issued have a similar tone in their voice. You can go. It wasn't gonna go that wasn't gonna be. Bullshit me. Right. But the other thing is is I think that he just he copied the voice. Now when he says to he's he says, you know in that again in that first scene where they're talking about the dad and their head to head. He says, you know, he's never had a voice, but you can fuck a right? Didn't have anything to say this to out the that's it's brutal. Brutal. New York Times review that you referred to earlier. They did have that one comment, but they fought it very quickly with the following quote in one of the finest scenes, Bobby just wordlessly drives away from Jack. And Mr. Elliot, let you see the ferocity of the brothers love, and they're paying in is that have begun to water in a stone face that will shatter close quote talk about that was gonna be one of the most emotionally demanding scenes. I don't know how many takes you just one. It's pretty to the first two where do you go mentally to seem like this? Yeah. And it was the end of that arc was in that beautiful art between the brothers that you know, it was really just mortar throughout this incredible tale. It was Gog on Bradley on that credible. Read. They went on all that brilliant music along the way all those other supporting people along the way. And it was just the final stages of that whole thing. I know, but we do get to see you again. Because somebody who I think you've maybe came to know as Stephanie right or maybe that I don't know. It sounds like that's how you referred to her lady Gaga where the scene basically at the end on the floor dealing with the picking up the pieces. What did you make of working with her again like share very unconventional performer? I would guess both in a fit like a newer. But it was from afar, it was until you know, we got to work in a hotel room when day NS are coming and going. Yeah. So I didn't really know her will. And that scene in the script was originally and redux clay. It was the dad come into comfort the daughter, which meant total sense story was that wrapped on the film. I rep the day that we did that Shane driveway. I got a text out of the blue. But a weekly. Ter- from Bradley. We texted a lot where we're doing film or prior to most of but during a little bit, including when I looked like you want to be able to exactly that was that was an awful period. When I didn't I really there was a moment when I said that can't do because the ranch was not gonna relationship they weren't gonna let me, and and they were going to cello and own it was that opening sequence that I started with that was my first day work magin how clear doing it in a parking lot at the Greek theater. How can just surrounded it with trailers? And people I walked in there men. I didn't know a soul. Good knew. There was Bradley barely knew Bradley, and there was fucking lady Gaga. But isn't that amazing how life I mean came that close? I don't know. How Bradley got help to finagle it? So that you didn't have mugger lectu, Royal tips. I'm not gonna let you go. The next day. The changes Gadul the ranch just know who got the ranch. Our Warner Brothers said the civil do lit..
"mr. elliot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"B. Hi, hi. Thank everybody wants to do. Standing. Well, let's be fair. Altering reality of one fashion or another is as old as man. In one fashion or another whether mushrooms play ODI, or or Mead or or beer or any other alcohol altering one's reality through some kind of drug is old as mankind. I mean, it's been around forever and the desire to alter one's reality in this culture is particularly profound and we've talked about my analysis as to why I believe that's happening. And I think that there's I think there's value that analysis, but yeah, I as I would feel no danger whatsoever. Knowing that my next door neighbor had a rocket launcher in his basement because my next door neighbor's responsible human being and law-abiding and would not use. The thing are to be perturbed at me. If I feel the cut my lawn in time, for example, but there are people who don't have the will necessary or the told this is just alter your reality just a little bit and you'll be really good with it. And they ended up overdosing on on heroin or overdosing an opium or or any of the other illegal drugs and. You're not going to shut off the flow of illegal drugs in this country and shut off the demand the demand. Weren't there? The drugs wouldn't be there. It's really a pretty straightforward equation. Liz agree disagree. I think addiction is a very complicated issue. I think it's exacerbated quite quite a lot in the last several years. I have some friends who have a dictionary shoes and have overdose as well. So it's sort of like a soft spot for me. But what's happening now is it's all related to the economy. I think when you have whole generations of people out of the workforce who feel absolute depression. It's like one thing that leads to another. You know, you meet people especially out in the more suburban rural areas that grandparents are now having to adopt their grandchildren because that middle generation. Yeah. Thanks. I appreciate sports bit further with because. That's that's not quite how I see it. Right. I think you have to go one step further apart of my disinterest in that kind of thing is because I dad and a strong nuclear family. I was the son in a strong nuclear family a little both my parents had issues. I don't think that there are many of us in the world who can say my parents were perfect. I mean, every every human being has issues of one firm and other my parents, my mom was an alcoholic and part of it is that I realized that I have that potential as we always have to be aware of that. I have that addictive personality potential, and however, I'm not particularly tempted by cocaine and marijuana or I mean there there's no charm there for me, I actually kinda like reality. So I'm disinclined to use it. If you take a look historically during the great depression. There was not an uptick in alcohol deaths or other illegal drug deaths because during the great depression people still hits. Strong nuclear families. And I think that's actually we're part of part of the problem lies is with a lot of folks in the culture who no longer have that that that has been eliminated by the political left whether deliberately right? So that the state will take care of you. Well, the state is not competent at doing that. And because of that they end up wanting to alter that reality because they don't like their reality very much. I agree. And then ultimately speaking it's about creating chaos and allowing chaos to exacerbate. And that's what they're having. All right back to the phones. Dave is in Perry hall. Dave good morning. Thanks for hanging on Bruce. I wanted to mention to you several of my my friends and neighbors have suggested that perhaps they should consider constructing a barrier wall as a practice will you know, around Baltimore City. Yeah. Simply simply to keep the outsiders out because we care so much about. Look, it should be mentioned at least without. So we don't just dwell on one top for the entire Dave. Data. But apparently now have once again, a a new nominated police Commissioner, which is the guy who never applied for the job. I'm not quite sure how that occurred that a guy who didn't want the job is now the mayor's nominee again. I wish each of these individuals the best of luck. And we'll see I mean, the guy has a great looking resume. I mean, the posting in the sun greater can resume as what impact he can have on this city when it comes to things like lowering the murder rates were below three hundred. I'll be watching carefully. And we keep track of that in the course of the four so far this year, by the way is in the city so far. Well, you know, one of them that close friend, actually, a relative who was involved in the. The drug task forces passed last summer, actually, and they were tracing calls for known big time dealers, and they traced to tell by telephone and they traced a call and it had the. Well, had a distinctive voice of social conversation of one of those commissioners. And he said to his captain, what do we do with that? And I don't know what they did with it. He of course, step down over tax problems. Think about that. We've talked about it several times all tax records from New Orleans were washed away with Katrina. So that's not gonna be a problem with this guy. They're all gone. Face your call. Appreciate it for one zero WCBS. This Email from Gabriel. Mr. Elliot, Bruce, please. Gabriel always strikes me when you call me, Mr. Elliot. That's it used to be that when I was a kid driving. If somebody pulled you over like with flashing lights on their vehicle and address you as Mr. Elliot was not a good day for you. Right. By and large. I still feel that way although much more likely now to be pulled over by an individual my son's age is older than me. Who will say Mr. Elliott's, please just don't start with that. Because I know it's going to be a bad day. A small portion of the show yesterday. Would you encourage your listeners to call all representatives and senators in state divorce support of the president's wall construction may suggest you include a request to be civil about it. My niece began working as an intern. Invent Holland's office a few weeks ago, she mentioned Trump policy reporters. Yelling use cuss words to express themselves. She played tells the caller that his or her position has been duly noted in a will be passed along to the Senator, but he's going to continue to yeller cuss. The call will be terminated my knees understands these strength of passionate behind the callers actions. I'm here to state that on this or any issue. There is no excuse to behave as badly if not worse than Jim Acosta. I was raised in the era of Reverend king and red Skelton to public figures, I looked up to as a complete a comported themselves in public, Mr. skeleton was quoted saying, I'd rather have people say boy, he's hokey isn't he rather than who was the guy who all those dirty jokes. He did not approve of swearing. I don't think anybody should have the money to pay at the box office to hear what they can read on the restroom walls. Look, I'll be honest with you. It doesn't dawn on me to say this because we stress civil discourse on this show, and people know when they go. To the Bruce Soviet show page on Facebook. If they use profanity their comment will be removed if it's chronic there will be removed. They'll be blocked from doing do we again? But yeah, people be I mean, don't be a democratic congresswoman from for Michigan. Okay. I'll let the left on that particular part of our language for one zero six eighty s our telephone number. 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"We do have a boy, and we do have another one that's starting to become part of our family. So a boy in the leather community refers to someone who submissive and leather families just another way to say poly-amorous relationship, but it's more than just sex at least for Gary and Yoshi each time. They bring someone new into the relationship. They haven't come over. They cook for them some of the time they're all just hanging out with no sex involved is it common for people in the leather community to be open when they are in relationships. You talk about shaming people. And I think people who are monogamous relationships kind of get shamed. The most recent Mr. Elliot other in his fiancee are monogamous and they've been that way since the beginning, I s Amina ones. Like, what was your most surprising moment of your year? He said, you know, it was the moment that I got shamed. For being. In a monogamous relationship. That's the thing. It's like there are no rules about how relationships of work other than everyone in there should be under their own free. Will and deserves to be respected. That's a. You she's been a part of the leather scene for more than a decade. And yes, it's a community. That's all about fetish. But he feels like he gets fetish sized for the wrong reasons. Somebody hit me up online once and said, hey, look, really hot. I love a good agent who knows his place. So it's like, wait a minute. You know, Hello. The assumption is that if you're using that you're passive that you're submissive that you're going to be embarrassed by socks or not want sexual contact. And I think people have a certain view of what you're going to be like and the leather scene is still mainly populated by white men. But I think there is something to be said that why hasn't there been an Asian man on the stage at Mr. Elliot other for several years? Why hasn't there been one that has an impact I think on whether people? Think that this is something that is for them. I mean, I see my is another friends and the joke is it's like, okay. There's two of us three of us. Okay. We made the porta. It's it's a it's kind of gallows humor way of thinking about it. But it's the reality of things. It's like why are people that look like us not here. Why is that the case? But of course, there's a lot of pressure that comes with being in the spotlight and expressing your concerns, especially for Yoshi who's generally saw spoken in shy. Plus this competition requires pretty extensive preparation, which is why like a lot of participants UCS spent months getting ready. He even got a coach all joking aside. There is a bit about, you know, Joy Luck Club hopes and dreams thing. Like, oh my God. All our hopes and dreams are our our new there there is that feeling that they have. But they have to be, you know, the model minority, you know, into Dak certain way. But I do feel like I have more resources available to me to run. It's not easy to run you. It's time. It's money. It's effort its support. All those things. I have the opportunity this year. You know, for many reasons it was the right beer. You know, again, it's if you don't if you don't show up. What right. Do you have to complain that? That's not happening. Back to the competition. It's almost the end of the day and be theater is packed. There are hundreds of people here filling up the floor and Albany everyone's dressed in their best. And now, it's time for the formal where round with the dreaded ninety seconds speech. When you she has a chance to win over the hearts and minds of the judges and the community the lights dim the music. Those quiet. Start. Which means. Basically, you may have or suffered an injustice, but the powers signing culture Marsub green. That's just as on for. Was home wide. Try to wait sumptuous Nereo question, my soul. Here you things. Like, all these men are passive in a freedom sense over and over. Again, you start to believe within finally realized that my king is not defined. I wear came from mine. King is the fine. What?
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"Of europe's remaining pristine forests as nicholson reports on the victory for environmentalists european coach of justice said tuesday that potent had failed to carry out its duty to protect a natural site of important after an increase in logging in the visha forest in two thousand sixteen poland's environment ministry argued the massive felling of trees was necessary because of a bark beetle infestation the logging has since stopped and the polish government says it respects the ruling ahead of wall street's opening bell the markets in europe trading in positive territory in asia however there was more of a mixed bag china's benchmarks lost ground but japan's nikkei closed up this is npr actor harry anderson has died he is likely best known for playing the judge in the television comedy series night court what can i do for you mr elliot governor is getting mr shibata testimonial dinner tonight and we would like you to arrangers get that he's finished in time to get there i don't arrange anything just to accommodate a man with political connections we will serve no crime before its time lisa nashville north carolina say officers found anderson dead at home he was sixty five foul play is not suspected there are conflicting reports over whether national guard troops from california will be sent to the us mexico border president trump wants as many as four thousand sent to the border to combat illegal immigration daniel carson reports the conditions for deploying troops from california still being hashed out between state and federal officials governor jerry brown has agreed to deploy four hundred guardsmen to go after gangs human traffickers drug and firearms smugglers but they can't take part in immigration enforcement the national border patrol councils brandon judge says the president has the authority to federalize the national guard so it wouldn't be a problem if there are gaps at california's border with mexico with four thousand troops we can take border patrol resources.