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"mrs federman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

07:55 min | 4 months ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Know, Thank you very much for tuning in. Great having you here coming up and the two o'clock hour right after the news will talk to Shira Goodman. She is the regional director for the Anti Defamation League out of Philadelphia will talk about Q and on what is it? And why should we care? That's coming up in about 15 minutes or so from now. Right now we have with us on the disc Institute of Pittsburgh News Line. Pennsylvania Second lady Giselle Federman. Giselle. Welcome to Katy K radio. Do appreciate you coming on. I think it's Absolutely it was a week ago today. That you were going with the grocery store and a woman came up to you and began to verbally harass and threatened. You make you feel very intimidated. The police conducted an investigation felt that there were charges that could easily be filed. But toward the end of this past week, you decided to not file charges to not move in that direction. Even though the police said you would be justified. Why did you decide to make that move? It was. It was a personal decision, and I I made the decision because I think that was unique in that her face has been viewed around the world millions of times, and she has to move forward with that. So I asked that she Instead receive intervention and the support needed to make change so that this is a cycle that end here. According to the reports that I read toward the end of the week. You had not heard from her. Have you heard from her? Still Have you still not heard from her? I have not. Are you hoping to? Eventually? What is that something that you would welcome. And I'm open to a conversation. I don't know that I've thought either way, if that were to happen, I just hope that I'm the last one. The last person that she treats this way. But she can look at herself and someone that she doesn't really like. And that this is where she works towards change. Once again we're talking with Pennsylvania Second lady Giselle Federman on the disc Institute of Pittsburgh News lined in this day and age, where it seems a CZ, though. We are quick to snap at people in the political circle. Personal lives richest on razor's edge. Why are you going this route? Because many people could see this was being completely justified if you were to have Attack back on social media if you would've decided to press charges against this woman as a state police said that after their investigation charges are warranted. Why this approach It's just this is my nature. You know, I don't know how to really be anywhere different. I wish I was really tough. And you know how to respond to things. But this isn't just isn't who I am. And I always want to be treated like I am. And I do it on the side of a vulnerable and, um, it's just who I know how to be so I couldn't have seen myself handle it any other way other than me and then looking for a way forward. And you're looking at this as a potential learning experience, not only for her, but for everyone else that is witnessing what you experienced whether it was in person on Sunday or through social media and other media accounts. All right. I mean, I hope people see themselves in her and I hope people see a family member someone they love that they may be have along north and worked to adjust. But I hope someone sees himself in. You allowed that. It had been me. I could have been that Hubble Exchange. I don't want to be that way, right. This is an opportunity from these to create change, and I hope that's what comes from that No one working Together with family members have been giving and there's always that uncle or that distant malice says that you just ignore what I say. Terrible. I mean, maybe this is an opportunity to have a conversation on that. Have you talked to your Children about what happened? I have. My Children have experienced a lot. You know their life has been very exposed. They've seen me being treated differently than their father. They've seen needing the sticking for the nanny. Lost in time. And they know that the world has a lot of cocaine in your position with all the amazing things and people at home. That they have to be part of combating the band. So I'm trying to raise three incredibly kind and thoughtful kid. I'd know that the world isn't going to always be kind and thoughtful. How often are you mistaken for the nanny? Before I was in the role of second lady. It happens quickly now. It doesn't happen, but it happened weekly. I mean, I had an event at my home where we had Dervis Pasa? We hope the book signing and I kind of snuck off into my pants. You have a glass of wine because I needed one in that lonely and when I approached the woman who was in my home, said that she was going to tell Mr Federman what she saw. Thinking that I was part of the staff. Even though I had a glass one in my own kitchen, So this was something that happened regularly, But he asked if I was taking any new Children into my roster. I had someone say all it's so great. You're teaching them another language. Heard me speaking Portuguese with my Children, and I thought, Well, how nice. You know someone's acknowledging the importance of being bilingual. And she followed with No. When I was looking to hire help, I couldn't find anyone who spoke another language. They're really lucky to have you. And that's something. Unfortunately, I've got needs. Tio. Um if it doesn't happen now is much in this small, but it's something that happens a lot. Do you sell Federman joining us on the disc Institute of Pittsburgh News line between his second lady, and we're talking about the experience that she had a week ago where a woman verbally assaulted her just by going when she was at the grocery store, looking to pick up some Fruit. Some Kiwi and the woman decided it was right for her to begin to. Ah, yell obscenities, including the n word. At Mrs Federman. How do you handle this stone? When? When? When people say things to you like you're the help. You're the nanny. Do you correct them? Do you call them out to you? Or do you just let it go? And Move on. How do you handle this? So I'm not a tradition. I'm not a confrontational person, So I've learned to do it in a way that works for me that allows Those parties so awfully with dignity, so No, it happened enough that I've developed kind of a way to do it. So, for example, with the mom at the pool who said Oh, you know when I was looking to hire help. I replied, I said joked and said, Well, I hope they keep me around. But the reason I did that is because Another small kids who will call me Mom 1000 times a minute. Oh, that I knew immediately that she would hear them. Call me Mom multiple times, and I thought that itself was kind of a lesson. And she heard it immediately after you came back over and apologized and said, I'm sorry that you weren't the mom. And we were able to have a good conversation and I allow her to walk away with dignity because I think that's really important. And when you do the work to change, minds, change hearts and change perspective. You know, with the woman at my house, he said. I'm gonna call Mr Federman. I knew within five minutes, I would be welcoming all these folks into my home. So at that moment You know, in in jest..

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"mrs federman" Discussed on X96

X96

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on X96

"My end was he was once dubbed the coolest mayor in America and also the mayor of hell. He developed a leather jacket. Is that why I'm picturing a leather jacket? No, Jean that he didn't know he developed a cult following over the years. He is 6 ft. Eight. He has a shaved head. He has a big goatee and kind of large ears, and he has the town. That he was mayor of the Zip code tattooed on the inside of one arm in big black letters and the other arm features the dates when people from the town had died from senseless about violently when he heard he had to the dates. Early on in the Corona virus pandemic. Mr Federman War, a home made mass to urge people to wear masks, he became the lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania. He's an interesting guy fascinating, and she's a She's a apparently a lovely woman, a nice woman and and and fairly well recognized around for this woman to come up to her. And say that, but it's still the woman that came up and said that to her, and then she walks away. What is that woman thinking to herself as she is getting in her car and driving away? I showed really told her. What To what end? What What do you want her to leave town? What? What's your goal here just to make somebody feel terrible for no reason. That's the goal. What's the thought process? That's the goal, the processes And if you look at the woman who said it, probably the thought processes You have it better than I do. Mrs Federman, Miss Betterment and and it's not fair. That's what it is. It's it's envy, and it's in spite. I'm pretty sure and racism. Ah and ah, A former aide to vice President Mike Pence, says that Dr Anthony Fauci You know, he's one of the world's leading an infectious disease experts. I don't know if you're aware of that that but we have to put that in every damn news story. We write that Dr Fauci was often cast aside by President Trump and high red ranking members of the administration. Quote I witnessed Donald Trump and senior White House officials routinely sideline and discredit Dr Fauci, both Privately and publicly, said Olivia Troy, who was on the Corona virus Task force. She was an aide to former off what she is a former aide, the vice president Pence She called the trump campaign videos using Dr Fauci is words and misconstruing them gross and upsetting and typical of a white house that has no regard for the truth. Earlier this week. Trump here so here's a woman who's getting some airplay some Ah, moments in the press, but not enough because she, but she's one of the rare people who work for the Trump administration and went I can't continue to do this. My conscience won't let me and she quit and and on top of that others have done that. But others have been reluctant to speak up. But she has not been And she deserves more credit. Amy Cockney Barrett. Being Interviewed by the Judiciary Committee today. See about her nomination, which is assured. To the Supreme Court. She refused to say during her Supreme Court confirmation hearings today whether she believes Donald Trump has the power to move an election date with an executive order. Citing a threat that Trump made isn't deciding a threat that Trump made in July. Senator Diane Well, he doesn't but in certain, but in circumstances they would say they do and who would decide it. The Supreme Court. So, citing a threat that Trump made in July. Dianne Feinstein, Senator Feinstein Ask Barrett plainly during the hearings today. Whether the Constitution gives the president of the United States the authority to quote unilaterally delay a general election in any scenario. Well, Senator, If that question never came before me, I would need to hear arguments from the litigants, read briefs and consult with my law clerk and let my colleague and my colleagues and then go.

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"mrs federman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:19 min | 4 months ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Counts Right back to the phones. We go, Henrietta Year on Kenny K. Hi, Chester. I'm loving the fact that you're on all week long. I'm loving this real quick. I just wanted to make a comment about the Brazilians. You know that more more Africans were taken to fulfill the word to the United States. Millions millions of insects. Pity. Poor person of Brazilians call himself after all Brazilians. They even elevated the language you're about which is a Nigerian language April Portuguese. So now that the Children in in Brazil starting this past January, must study Uraba as much as Portuguese is unequalled language now in Brazil and the other 46% consider themselves mixed with Indian, Brazilian and African I didn't know if you knew that or not. But if you go to the Northeast quad fit, you would swear you were in Nigeria. I mean, the festival the whole nine yards very, very much African. Think about Paillade. The HUD. I'm aware of it, but I have no Mrs Federman. Well, I I mean, we're not the best of friends have interviewed of before about her store. She does not. You know, maybe one drop blood or whatever. But she does know what we have to understand the hatred and the prejudice of this 11 coming up to her and saying you don't belong here, But I want to know where her people came from. You know, I know you believe you have got that deal with many of an African American who goes about with that. You know, um, mentality, the other thing I want. I'm so glad that you brought up the cannibalism was the be the salary. Donora. Um ah Contestant B and B B wallets when he called in and talked about those soccer players that were on that airplane when they had the crash in the ended up eating the dead. They're dead players on there, But I had a friend. When I was at Ohio State. She was Hungarian. And she said that during the war they had cannibalism right left off because people were starving in Europe and that sometimes the mothers would make a decision. If they had the the weekend. Sickest child, that child they didn't wait for that child to die. They often set up the child vista. They would be able to see the rest of the family. So it was for my not to know that the cannibalism has been existing in in Europe and in America for centuries is its time within the wake up and the other thing I want to mention about Christopher Columbus, and I know the time is short. They forget the fact that Christopher Columbus went back to Portugal. Oh, and change because of the way he treated the Indians. The air away from the Caribe, Corinne and that there was hey was put on trial, but his mother was supposedly Jewish Father supposedly Portuguese. He's got a very convoluted Very, very ugly. Kind of a history that needs to be exposed. I'm glad you're on Pastor Albie. This is for the best week. Thank you. Dig this. Ah, let's go to Julia and Terror Creek, Julian Kay. I'll make it quick. Are you today? Peachy keen on you. Okay, Listen, I think under agenda 21 give says that week that they can take down statues. I think I'm not sure about that. What's in 21 Agenda? 21? What is what is that? Refresh my memory. Oh, it was written back and Oh, I think 19 eighties. I think it was it was drafted so that they could make changes in the United States. Ve, whom I think the secret government I think where you would go. Okay. Okay. I'm not sure. But you'd have to look up agenda 21. All right. Lookit, I think that's why I think that's why we're losing all the statues. Okay, Agenda 21, Frank and him feel you get the last word. Where will it be? Well, the surprise you were on tonight. I have a hard time catching up with you Mar your schedule Mind zone coordinates, but anyway, I wanted to back up something one of your other gentleman said About them trying to destroy those security Medicare. I said that to you months ago, Rush Limbaugh set it on his program. They're out to destroy everything. Roosevelt created. That's the security, disability insurance and they're doing a good job. Beaten down unions and Medicare that's all on their agenda. Uh, And also a guy called in after I called in and verified what I said, and that was a month ago. This is their agenda. They are not they do not believe in democracy. They are oligarchs. Justin. We're alike in Russia, this Republican party and all these people backing Trump. He's trying to use these gangs. And, uh um I am a military outfit, and he's going to use them against the people which he is already trying. I think you're exactly right beyond Wednesday night, so you could keep up with the schedule, okay? Ah, And in his reelection campaign, President Trump declares America will never be a socialist country trying to undo all on do all of Franklin Roosevelt's things. Well, except for Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, Federal income tax welfare, public housing, education grants. Food stamps. Yeah, never be a socialist country. Visit Katie kay radio dot com on October 14th at six PM as Larry Richard honors his hometown heroes, this special online event will honor five ordinary people who are doing extraordinary things. Former Penguins GM Craig Patrick will be honored for his work with 1980 Miracle on Ice U. S hockey team.

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"mrs federman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:20 min | 4 months ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Going to elaborate upon types of breast cancer in the treatments available at the Allegheny Help Network surgery, Medical and Radiation in the typical pathways of these patients are taking all of that coming up in a couple of moments right now, though, it's 6 30 rock credit on this Monday afternoon. Rose has got the news next. From the chaff in lieu Hana Love Firm studio doing good by doing right. This is Katy K Radio. It's 67 degrees at Pittsburgh International at 6 30. I Rose Ryan Douglas Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney there. It presented her conservative approach to the law today at the start of fast track confirmation hearings. While Democrats powerless to stop her tried to cast her as a threat to Americans healthcare coverage during the Corona virus pandemic. CBS News chief Legal correspondent Jan Crawford says the public will hear Ah lot about precedent during these hearings, whether her views on precedent will she respect thes cases at the Supreme Court has decided years and years in the past. Or is she going to be willing to say no, This was wrong then and it's wrong now, and we need to throw it out. Right now. Only one justice on the court has a pretty aggressive you along those lines, and that's Justice Thomas Barrett will start answering senators questions tomorrow. Nearly 14,000 ballots were returned or voted at Branch County election offices over the weekend. Katie radios Joe Dusty o reports. At times there were waiting lines up to 30 Minutes at C. C. A. C. Homewood to request and fill out a ballot. Generally, things went smoothly, the first of three weekends to vote or drop off ballots at the branch offices North and South Park. Ice rinks were the busiest eat, seeing Mohr than 3500 people over the two days. The offices open next weekend R C C, A C South South Park Eyes Rank Boys Parks, Ski Lodge and Hill District Shop and Save Jodi's Dio NewsRadio, 10 20 Katy K. After five positive covert cases spanning from fourth to 11th grades, Hopewell School District says classes will remain in person Hopewell Element Tree school in the junior and senior high schools all host at least one of the positive students. The school district says the students were last in the buildings on October 8th extra efforts are being made to clean and sanitized. All learning spaces, read the full story at radio dot com. The woman who verbally assaulted the wife of Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor has yet to be publicly identified. Although Giselle Federman says state police have identified and spoken with a woman Fetterman managed to video the last few seconds of the woman's tirade in which he used racial epithets and told Mrs Federman she didn't belong here. Gisele Fetterman was born in Brazil, she told Lin and man Gino today that kind of hatred must be taught in the same way you would learn Hatred and you're caught that maybe you never learned love, you know. Expressions of support for Mrs Fetterman are coming from governor, wolf and civil rights groups, among others. The state police spokesman says he's unsure of the status of any investigation and did not comment further. Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says he doesn't want to see another statue replace the Christopher Columbus statue in Shanley Park. The city's art commission is to vote on potatoes recommendation for the statue to be removed. Mayor says Phipps Conservatory is interested in the property for expansion. And I think that anything that would go there would only be controversial to what was there. The Italian sons and daughters of America has threatened legal action to prevent the statue's.

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"mrs federman" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on Who Charted

"Your podcasts. It's way federal. Canisters this fear of Wayne. Is there any part of your life? That sounds like that there is a little bit in my past. I used to went to a disco these discotheques okay was a kid. Is that a one off or? Because this is my deal when I'm trying to meet women all about the banter, right and you. Impossible. Now, just based on my looks and how much can yell into somebody's ear. If they go, what? And then at the moment is over the whole thing is terrible. You're you're still on the dating circuit. Yeah. Yes. Searching for mrS Federman. Or just for the first time in L, A, okay? Joined a dating app. Okay. God bumble bumble so far. Not one woman, said yes to my swiping. How many pictures you got up there? I don't know. I, I don't know. I thought I can't look at my profile thought it was just, they take them Facebook or something. Is that a real thing, Hugo automatic profiles? I think if you, if you sign up through Facebook it just has all that stuff ready to go for maybe go in and doctor or doctor, you know what I'm saying, rearranged curate them. Do you make it into like a baby younger face? I've seen for that, too, by the way, the name of my bad casts you gotta slightly wrong. Whoa, whoa, whoa, okay. Skull, the history of stand up the history of standup. I was a stray by the stamps, the year wolf staff, you know. Yeah. That was that was on me. I understand. That's mistake. I just wanted to anyway sorry about that. But aim very you know what? I'm excited about is four four one. Let me guess four four one. The what's. April eleventh what does have? It's one digit away from my favorite car ever. Four one one is number away from your favorite car. Four.

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"mrs federman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"The thing of air while the Mormons were in the tabernacle, credible, they she got, then she really Donnie to once they were freed of being a Mormon. Kate was a prankster, and she was a little on the Hansie side. Yes. How did you find out? When did you find out that Jews were weren't allowed in the more that was the day? Nobody told us we flew up for the wedding and they said, you can't come in by the way. We've organized along party for you, and we sat at in art Fisher was the director of the show, and he was big Jew and he was he was in love with Marie. I mean, I think first of all, I think he wanted to marry her and and they said under no circumstances. Could you possibly this this girl and they married her off to the basketball coach, the basketball player. He was a star like BYU and then they had kids, and then she took the unprecedented step of getting divorced. I remember this don't do, and then years later, she came back to him after after a bunch of other adventures. But so we know we figured, okay, well, what kind of respect? I'd always said that. We all had to respect each other's religions. I mean, at the beginning, the very beginning mother Osmond olive out who looked like Mrs. Federman. Actually, olive Osmond came into my office and I was drinking a Bloody Mary. The seventies. On the phone with my drug year, looking up, I had the, the physician's desk reference could mention a drug, and I could look it up. And she came in and she looked and she said. Smoking and drinking. You know your, your body is a temple. How can you desecrate your body this way? And I looked at her and I said, mixing meet with milk. You even tie. Abruptly left and I thought that's it. I'm done here, but no, they figured that we need the Jews gotta have comedy comedy Jews. So we're not getting rid of him, but it was like that at that point it was like, okay, literally, you go to your church and I go to mine and I won't. I won't mock yours. If you won't mock mind, then we would just tearfully mock each other's well, and there's famous Vallance story that. Donny Osmond when he was about five or something. Said to you, oh, you look like a big Muffin was the first day on the show. He came into my office to meet me and you looked at me and I had a huge beard and a lot of hair. I was very Yuna bomber in my look and I was yard larger than I am now and behind there wasn't a desk that's fit. They had to go down to KTLA and get the news anchor desk and bring it up from my desk. So I was a, he was a formidable presence and and but fluffy. And he came in and looked at me, and he said, you looked just like a muppet. And I said, it's the funniest thing. Jim Henson had his hand up my ass, not ten minutes. Fist up my ass. This. Long pause and he started giggling and also doing what turned out to be the walk. You know, backing out of the office giggling and I thought, okay, I'm done here and always thought I was done. They're United if I'd never survive and and then he decided I was okay. Yeah, I was. I was one of them. I wasn't one of them. I was one of them. I was like an ally because he was always looking for people who would enable him to get out from under the family because it was the family was completely suffocating. I mean, these kids had only known the family and when I say the family, I mean everything. Religion, family business, show business all was one great, big ball of wax. That was the Osmond empire. And those kids were part of it. And there was no escaping they live together and they work together and they did everything is a unit. And so anybody who could like. Spring from that for an hour to go get his face sanded. Yeah. Was the the ally. And Marie was like that too, except they were. She had to fight her way in because they didn't want her to be. She was supposed to be a good Mormon housewife, and they had like fourteen kids, one of them girl and they didn't want her to to do it..

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"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

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"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

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"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

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"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

morrow brian river facial hair dan roger mrs federman corey smith joe karam new york
"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

morrow brian river facial hair dan roger mrs federman corey smith joe karam new york
"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

morrow brian river facial hair dan roger mrs federman corey smith joe karam new york
"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

morrow brian river facial hair dan roger mrs federman corey smith joe karam new york
"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

morrow brian river facial hair dan roger mrs federman corey smith joe karam new york
"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

morrow brian river facial hair dan roger mrs federman corey smith joe karam new york
"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

morrow brian river facial hair dan roger mrs federman corey smith joe karam new york
"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mrs federman" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello morrow is welcome to the lairs happy valentine's day visit this is our special romance episode we're here to talk about comics as well already given that yeah right we're going to act when all the new comics that are out this week on sale february fourteen twenty 18 we got our butts ton novel but ton so i'm going to dive right into it first up we've got amazing spiderman annual number forty two if you don't want an annual is real quick an annual is a book that comes out once a year sort of bigger than your traditional issue of the conflict series so larger than regular issue of mrs federman anna these tell tales that sometimes they tied to other things sometimes they're just oneoffs usually they include a couple of different stories i'm a big fan of annuals because i grew up reading them and they're always like a big deal so this one does have that feel of the annuals of your the first one is called bury the leads which works on a number of levels here a really really dig it threaten by dance slot art by corey smith inks and finishes by terry palette colors by brian river and letters by joe karam anya it's got the enforcers in it i love the enforcers they got these like new looks a hip uh with the enforcers are back from the dead slash clowns against who whatever i'm happy you've got ox who's the big dude montana is a dude that uses with real good and has a cool hat angry facial hair but fancy dan is my man he's a kid has fighter and cracked shot i mean he definitely gets his ass kicked all the time but he's also had his name is fancied dan how do you not love fancy dan antidam man yeah exactly this story is actually super cobras it's connected to the old spiderman rochas wolverine that was the story of the death of net leads the salk so ties into clone conspiracy both great stories its super phony could tell its dense lobbying like almost almost spiderman i wanna do something with net leads and all the classic things that i loved and i was reading comic so it's it's really really cool you've got secret pastures under new york city you got the shadow arm of the marjieh roger being the organized crime family of.

morrow brian river facial hair dan roger mrs federman corey smith joe karam new york