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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:51 min | Last month

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I don't know what goes on on a chip Mr Valentine. I'm just a veterinarian strange bunch of people being cooped up together for us to try to get hold of the captive captain show of the day they landed known him for years Nice Guy Besides that second mate Mickelson offered to stay aboard and keep an eye on things prising. Well. Yeah. I. Know What you mean. They're about the same age I guess I mean Mrs. Stanton Yeah we know what you mean I'd like to help the old guy too. He's one of my heroes. I guess if his wife is giving things away to our friend here, evidence might at least help him get a divorce from. She's no good. I can tell you that Thang says there's something funny about the quarantine there is. When the ship docked. We got an anonymous note from one of the crew said, a couple of the animals had been suspiciously sick during the voyage knowing to take the quarantine off tomorrow at them all in false alarm. Anonymous letter from one of the crew made sense at the time doesn't know that judge after all Mrs, Stang the kind of woman who pull the wool over is one way. What I meant either Miss Brooks. she might have written the note finagle a couple of weeks with a saline that's not likely Derek Stang who's sick Mr Valentine. That keeps alive. Medicine Medicine old fevers. From medicine and blue rappers. Is as a matter of fact, tablets some kind of something pretty strong should imagine up. But. His wife is wife is also as nurse Miss Brooks. You depends on aside from his money she's only got. Mr. Valentine. Why did you save blue? Oh. Because I noticed a stack of papers and Lars Mickelson's cabin. The greatest hunter in the world suppose he's the one walking into a trap. Yeah. Suppose it's his hand.

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

07:50 min | 2 months ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Yes. That's great. Yeah. See Pandora they got married on the day before. Hours. So they got married on the twenty seventh bogus now's on the twenty eight. So we would have the same wedding anniversary at midnight so it would be come all wedding anniversary. At at midnight and there's the also we always celebrate celebrated together yeah. So okay. So you're married and you how much time you spend in England, Bill you know working being his wife there before you guys come to work being his wife I'm working. I know you're always. Buroric you've heard of the restaurants in all the businesses. Pink Young Actress when I married Ken Behind I was on shows Kelly. Teeth show playing his girlfriend every Friday night nine o'clock situation comedy when they used to be live. On Sitcom Oh. Yeah and then I am I was also on a show for years called kids which was a groundbreaking show also remember in England, they had three channels. So you had a captive audience you have. People living there had three channels. So basically could either watch BBC news BBC News Could Watch me. So that's very interesting. So you already had experienced this fame as an actress in England you know in your twenties which I was. I was never really aware of had acted but I didn't know you were at that level that you'd be like going to get a coffee and I assume you would be recognized. Well, it wasn't. It was very different than I. Think because you didn't have social media didn't watch the show. You were largely unaware of people and there's those an article in the paper are you didn't have this huge presence that you have now you know in terms of everything being re tweeted an all. PAC Razzi. Everywhere and things like that I was known I. Mean I was known for having venues with can you know wind awesome restaurants but I do separate on sears who kids for a year when I was eighteen so I never went to college I left drama school to go under contract with London weekend television that'd be nosal this I know about you really August This is the kind that I always wanted because I was so curious about yeah. The life before the life that we know. Well, I was always very kind of industrial and I was always had a lot of kind of tenacity and kind of pounding the pavement and kind of being out there as young working actress and to actually build your own life from is you know I have nighttime jobs and and as I say I bought my place with no help I got nothing from my parents. I didn't get a call to good education and I go to kick in the also about how to kind of live your life with. You know. Kind of grace really and mean I was always not with my brother move very not growing up. Yeah. Not Cheeky but my parents were very strict with managers and things like that. So you mentioned we know Ken was married before and he has some children from that marriage one child just one child and so fifteen when I married Khin. Okay. So so how was that being the step mom to a fifteen wage? It was really great. I made it my business when I met can and Ken would have worn with him like three days a week. So I made it my business to get on with him I. Really. I really did. And we had a great relationship I was the Segue. You know between the father and I because I was only five years older than him So that was great. Especially, I mean then kind of things to turn when in hooking up in. One of my friends and the fifteen year old did no, he wasn't fifteen at the time. He was twenty one then. What do you want? To show a little bit, don't Hick-. Hooked up with to your friends but your friend was only like what twenty eight so that's not good. Feels sixteen years older than him and they. And and I don't want to drag them into why hot mess to March. It was a little bit on housewives but she was quite a bit older than him. They were together and longtime time. They had a child together recently separated. Took name that through you? Yes. Of course and but I don't really want to say it's not my story to tell I'm always very cognizant that. Choice to kind of immerse ourselves you know in the Public Forum of Reality Television but I don't feel. So I can just drag everybody else into my math right so so Yes. Exactly. So what year did you guys come out here because Pandora? She did she go to school here or I feel like she still has a bit of an English accent Oh condor's like. She's Like Chameleon some changes I've have American friends she America nights on my why would you do that? Suddenly. It's like, Hey, hi, I'm Pandora and I'm like, no, you know you can do. Like totally different we'll obviously she's March Jason Who's American she we came out here when Pandora was to we came out here. Leave the very good friends with Roger. Taylor who's I? Mean they've just kind of been much kind of right in the middle of pop culture again green because you know the whole film and everything I had lunch with Rogers. So we're very good friends with Roger. Taylor the drama. Of Queen and we stayed in his house, we were going on a trip round. The World Pandora's say was to imagine take your two year old around the world. Good luck. I, I feel like she was well behaved like she seems like she was that little girl and girls are more like this than boys but you know being the only child at that time I see her like. Well, she's very mean she was Valedictorian at school and double major at Pepperdine that kind of give you an inkling of how focused she she she wanted and she was a fulltime job. We always had a nanny. With the children growing up, of course, because we had nighttime businesses, I wasn't about to kind of you know look for baby-sitter at the last minute we always had any children were always. Always. Very much with US I. Mean we didn't even sleep in her own bed or caught what she caught next to our bed to she about nine months older than ninety kept saying you know be really hanging out inside. We were very obsessive parents very tactile. We just love being parents who really loving parents loved it. So you said so you're going on this tour you knew Roger. Roaches said stay in and dominic with Dominic The Times. You saw in the film and Mrs. Stanton House. So we stayed there six weeks and we thought well, you know maybe we should come out here and kind of get involved with the acting thing and you know give it a try and we kind of loved it when you come from England come to America even tomorrow before I dated someone America but you come to La it's like this unbelievable playground and you feel like you're on a holiday everyday of weather and you know it's just incredible. So we stay in the house therapist six weeks, and then we thought well, let's live here for a couple of years. So we bought a house here, and then we stayed here I did a bit of acting here, but you know penrose young then we adopted Maxwell when we were here so. Too So. You adopted. Max. And did you always want to adopt or did you try to have a second child and choose to adopt how did that come about?.

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"I know the Acura the four canons for overnight. Mostly cloudy skies humid, a brief shower in a few spots. Nothing serious below 67 for tomorrow Monday, turning mostly sunny, less human. Hi 78 degrees on Monday night, Clear and cooler, Low 50 for in midtown Upper forties in some suburbs right now, 72 degrees in midtown. Mrs Stanton wins New York's one and only all news station, Oliver Samson's are servicing Sara Miller's at the editor's desk. And I'm Carol D'Auria News all the time. Thiss is 10 10 wins. You give us 22 minutes, We'll give you the world. Good evening. 72 degrees at 11 o'clock I'm don upon and here's what's happening. No one heard. But shots fired Police tonight Queen's latest gun violence this weekend in the city city accused of trying to solve one homeless problem by creating another protesters marching your Gracie Mansion today. President Trump tries to close the whole pull gaps that is Nevada this weekend while an interview with one of his advisers and so abruptly during a discussion about the president's handling of the pandemic. On its team time Dominic team winning the US Open this first ever Grand Slam victory after a dramatic men's final in Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens Win Zach You weather a brief shower, possibly in spots overnight and humid with clouds Low 67 tomorrow should turn out mostly studying and less sticky high 78 11 01 traffic in transit with Elliot Koschman, and here's what we see on Long Island's Big three ally Northern State Parkway in Southern State Parkway. All moving well, at this hours. We head for New Jersey..

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:20 min | 3 months ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yourself While where the hell also they're going to go. The answer. That is nowhere. We talked about Gary Sanchez. Mr Passed ball at another defensive miscue last night and the loss of the temple raise you say? Well, yeah. I mean, you'd like it to get better. But where the hell also the Yankees going? Tokyo. Where else are they going to go for a starting catcher? Nowhere. I mean, you're going to deal with it because of what Sanchez provides all offensively behind home plate. Now it is the regular season, but I do. It does bother me the way that the Rays have handled the Yankees here in the regular season and more often than not, you know, you could look at Siri's early on in April and May and June. And teams. If you struggle against those teams, then happen to see those teams in the postseason. Your team could be drastically different. Come October. That's not the case this year. I mean, we're all about world. You know, we're about a week away a little less than from hitting the halfway point of the regular season here. In Major league baseball. We know it's a 60 game Sprint and last night in the Bronx, where Masahiro Tanaka did a Tanaka thing in the regular season. We know he's a tremendous big game pitcher, but in the regular season, you're going to see the inconsistencies. The inconsistency from Dhaka and you heard Boone after the game. Basically say that, you know, he didn't have his sharp stuff. He didn't have the break. You know, on a split finger and everything and the like and didn't have the command that masseur Tanaka usually does have You know the res jump out on top there leading the game. You know five Nothin. 6163 ends up being the final. And the Rays have done a really good job. Now. Tampa's a really good baseball team, and you know the concern level that I have right now of a Yankees raised matchup. Yeah, Nastya, I'd be a little I understand. The Yankees were knothole, No stand. No judge, No D J. Lo Mayhew, so that lineup would look distinctly different with those guys in it. But here's what you like about Tampa number one. They throw the heck out of the baseball. They've got a really, really good pitching staff anchored obviously, by by smell at the top, then you look at the very fact of they're not a team that is reliant on the home run in order to score runs, which is amazing. Here in 2020. They have a team. That doesn't need to hit the ball over the fence and order drive in runs. But I mean, it's not like they don't hit homeruns. They do, but they're not relying on it being an integral part of that offense to where they have to hit home runs in order to drive cross the runners across the plate. They're really good team. I thought the Yankees would bounce back last night. And what a game we made. You know who he was. They were part of our parlay and the boost in Maggie pick of the day yesterday on Tuesday. And once again the race handle that, once again, the race handle the Yankees relatively easily in the Bronx last night. Yeah, a couple of things. So, first of all, the rays have beaten the Yankees every way. You could be a team right? They have blown about like, you know, it jumped on them. Offensively, They have come from behind to win. They want a tight game on a walk off me there anyway, that you could beat the Yankees and all four of the last five times they've played each other. They have beaten them. And I think for the Rays this is like this season. I think with when it comes to the Yankees is a lot about dragon slaying If you will write Masahiro Tanaka, since what 2018 is at a sub to e R a against the Rays, Okay, you get to him last night. So you feel like all right now, some of the fear about Tanaka and how he shut down this line up Well, that we've shown that we can actually gets its Tanaka You've seen that they could shut down the big hitters right? And that's another dragon that needs to be slayed by the race so that the Yankees haters are just teeing off on your bullpen, which to be honest, most for his good as the Rays Pictures are terms of E R. A. They're bullpen is actually pretty middle of the pack is about 13th right now in Major league baseball, So you think that the Yankees would be able to do a little damage there? They were not able to do any damage there at least so far this season. So I think for the raise the motivation obviously is there. They've been chasing the Yankees for a long time. And now you have these little mini victories, I think, add up these, like many wins, not just winning the game. But what happens inside the game? They give the Rays tons and tons of confidence and to your point where you say, Listen, the Yankees air knothole, You're missing. Judge Missile Mayhew, Mrs Stanton. That actually is the negative to me against the Yankees. And here's why Luke Voight last night who was great again, but obviously in the seventh inning, it was a huge moment for the Yankees. Were there threatening with the bases loaded and boy ends up making an out strike out looking Diego Castillo gets him with a back door slider and what avoid say after the game. He's like this is I'm going to take that. Knowledge that I just got from that at bat, and I'm going to apply at the next time I face Diego Castillo. The big hitters for the Yankees are missing out on those valuable at bats that you basically used to scout your opponent in real time. So that's where I think it hurts the Yankees. Because if you do see these rays in the postseason, then all of that knowledge from the year about remember this guy got me on a back door slider. Remember this happened. Remember this happened. They have less of that now to fall back on, And you could say Listen, These are division rivals. They see each other a lot They should know well. Pictures change here to hear you know you at different things to your repertoire. Pitch sequencing has been a thing that is huge in baseball right now. And how does that change how the Reyes tried to find innovative ways to keep the Yankee hitters off balance. So Yeah, I think that you know, Listen. Is there like Ah, worry of fear. No, but You know these?.

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Radio dot com Station Now Tentatively, Zach, you are the forecast warm and humid tonight clear to partly cloudy. 75 degrees for tomorrow Sunday. Very hot and humid again. Songy Sunshine pageant clouds High 95 but the real feel will be more like 100 to 105. On Monday remaining hot and humid sunshine, patchy clouds, but an afternoon thunderstorm in spots that could be heavy and dusty right now in midtown, 88 degrees, going down to 75 Mrs Stanton wins New York's one and only all news station. Elizabeth Sherwood is our services. Kyle MacMorrow is at the editor's desk and I'm Carol D'Auria. Old news all the time. Thiss is Stanton wins you give us 22 minutes. We'll give you the world. Good afternoon. Sunny skies 80 degrees at five o'clock. I'm Mario Bossi. Here's what's happening. The city's new plan to curb gun violence didn't have time to kick in their four shootings late Friday and early this morning. Lord of the ongoing epicenter of the Corona virus pandemic and grim new forecast is emerging now on ex con arrested allegedly swindling that night and residents and businesses while posing as And he AMs Officer today Mets taking on the Yankees at Citi Field tent on one Zaki weather tonight. Warm, humid. Yes, Human clear to partly cloudy. Low 75 degrees Winds News time. 501 time for traffic and transit. Let's check in with Russ Meyer. And let's talk first about what is happening on the east side of Manhattan. I'm speaking the FDR drive on the south outside. They've been dealing.

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

04:57 min | 6 months ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"See what those numbers look like. Yeah I think they want the State troopers to do like Colin Kaepernick knee. Yeah, how about the cops just do their jobs? Take! Ribbons and yet me. Just you know the only thing I would say about Your your beautiful monologue at the beginning of the show wasn't that I think protests can make some small difference if it's done where you're not stealing bulldozers and burning down seven elevens. No think something like that. I think you need a yeah I. I suppose, but you need. What's if it's if it's classy tonight? Nobody gets hurt. What's going to change? I think historically speaking riots lead to the opposite of what we're looking at. What is a clampdown? There's more order. There's more incarceration who is who is the? I'll just pick his name because I think who's the Martin Luther King of the nation. that. Will I don't I mean inside Carson. It said you have Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson. Flying into these events actually killer Mike. Job Killer Mike's up staying. Home saying these guys like Al Sharpton just love this Hustler. Just Jackson for fifty years and there's too much there. Martin Luther King of the benefit of not playing twitter. That's true. That's true. There's no doubt about that, but it is weird to see race leaders who constantly refer to in quote Martin Luther King Junior being okay with violent riots when that was the antithesis of what he was, he was always like the peaceful protests is the way that you win. Yeah I mean. I don't know it's kind of like you know I. Don't want to get too worked up on the BARSTOOL employees but. It's just it's whatever I I and I think actress creek is very outspoken and. Everyone's heart is in the right place that's. Trying to be nice because I mean. I thought you couldn't make it funny. You're supposed to stay away from that stuff you know that was my understanding, but you know it seems like. Again, as I've said before, it starts at the very top, there's a clear political. You know which ironic a clear political favoritism scale of Barcelona. I'm not a right wing. People WanNa say I'm not, but if you're not in the left there, you can't say what you want. Say if you're if you're not the totally like new. York, liberal, than you are all right. I. Guess I suppose. I was people get out of here. Folks might be fired up finally. Heard some of the show this time. Good for the. Body that to them. We'll do that every night. Maybe we won't. Who the fuck knows tease. Pepper is a woman. Steve Yeah, we confirm that. I over my girlfriend was listening to it that show that day and I. I don't think we gave enough credit. How funny it was just Steve Going had been a tour guide Google. She's. All right, we'll take a few out that here. Powerful intro by me, start the show. The Voice of America was was American needs right now and I done you said WHO's this generation of King, mates Kirkman on well I want to bring up my own racial history, but understand I am half block. It was nice of you to Kinda pretend you couldn't relate well. That's that's how you that's how you placate the. Also appreciate how committed you are to this podcast, not joining your fellow brothers at the rally tonight with his WHO's. GonNa early. What is some insane news? Our Youtube Channel with Oh. That's a new showing. Who is this person? I don't know what is A. Fan Who wants to produce a little like a new show. Okay I've been watching. It was a better now. It's it's on par with most of the content on the channel. Well. He's a young geary. This guy know you go. All right fire away they up. They're loaded up. All, right good evening. Take, KIRK! WanNa. Bring up so you guys probably talked about it, but you know you know that talk really politics too much. How about Ellie Schnitt and we? We did it. We did it we we did it. We did it I twenty minutes to show. You'll hear later, can thing? Real quick. I know I've seen the YouTube. Channel Bunch of really touted people on there I mean the best in the brighter. I would like a chance to have a little on their to do list. TATUM episode any mail. It's a it's a bear thing. You guys always talk about Dam Mike and save the back to you. Okay not me. Not Excuse your drip goodbye exciting. We didn't get back to a good instincts for once. Gods. For one year up. Guy Told Mrs Stanton Comedian stand up show actually on the plane I was on half. The crowd walked out..

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

16:59 min | 7 months ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Failed me now for just the next few minutes were leading thoughts of covert nineteen behind way behind and we're looking to the past to learn for the future with this conversation between Arlene soldier and historian and author Sally rush Wagner need a little good news what to celebrate a true woman rebel who can be an inspiration to us today earlier this month I talked to historians and authors Sally rush Wagner about suffragist Matilda Joslyn Gage why should we know about Matilda Joslyn Gage what's important about her I think Gloria Steinem said it best gauge is the woman who was the head of the women who were ahead of their time we need to know about her because she is not the one that we learn about the issues we've already solved light the boat we solved it constitutionally we still have a long way to go with that with voter suppression that continues what what she does is give us a vision of a transformed world not just in quality but what would the world look like and what does it look like with indigenous people with a real civilization with people who are really working in harmony with nature the way in which we can learn to live peacefully with Mother Earth instead of destroying the mother that gives us all line how we can live with true equality peace is not the absence of war it's the presence of the quality and so how can we create a world in peace through quality and I think she gives us the vision of what we need to do to get there she says in order to achieve this transformed world we're going through a revolution such as the world has never seen and she said the result of what will be the destruction of every existing institutions the result will be a re generated world that's the vision we need today why do we know what right now Mother Earth is giving us all a big wake up well thank you for mentioning how history can impact the Nile because sometimes I hear a critique of that like that was then what impact does it have on now and I hear you saying it does your vision and the accountability as the women's rights movement became more respectable Elizabeth Cady Stanton warden Susan B. Anthony she said be where Susan last as you become more respectable you become more conservative and the movement became more and more conservative more more controlled by the religious right and the racism of the cell they were trying to court this southern white racists and so braces and became policy of the national American woman suffrage movement gauge dropped out of the movement she saw the writing on the wall after the merger of the national anti American organizations in eighteen eighty nine she's out and what she predicted absolutely happened became a states rights organization and it became top down leadership in the state were able to determine what they wanted to practice so the southern states auxiliaries were able to practice segregation they were able to keep African American women out of their organizations and that seeped over into the national as well you know Susan B. Anthony asks Douglas not to come to the suffrage convention income every single year they moved out and she said please don't show up now if we don't take accountability for that day while we're celebrating the hundredth anniversary of suffrage for blue you know it's in the constitution but in reality that voter suppression continues and it's getting more extreme and we need to hold our suffering for mothers accountable for some of that the crew made alliance with African American land and Nate and immigrant men who both have the low but instead they made a coalition with the southern white race the other connect can you mention is the connection with indigenous women can you talk a little bit about gauges connection there hundred Joni or as the French called the miracle on women have had political voice for a thousand years well we're celebrating a hundred the confederacy was founded thousand years ago on the shores of Onondaga lake she'd probably the oldest continuing democracy in the world these were women who had their own property an absolute right to when white women were considered the property of their husbands once they marry they lost all their rights to anything material they add including their own children husbands could will await an unborn child that was the law in New York and most of the state's lineage came through the female so these were women who never lost their children and these are children today know who they are through their mother not their father I remember trying to explain illegitimacy to overturn the Jovian or doctor Fred knows she just was like also how can a child be illegal you always know who your mother is what is the father back to do it you know it just she couldn't get through her mind what that was okay sounds like a pretty radical pretty much grapple colleague when we stand in Anthony why don't we know more about not in history as the movement became more conservative she becomes an embarrassment she writes a book in eighteen ninety three woman church and state yes her magnum opus it's her major line for and it causes a stir and if she calls the church the foundation of women's oppression and she goes beyond that she says the foundation of Christianity is the oppression of women if you haven't eaten the apple there would be no need for Christ and there would be no Christian church he is responsible for regional St Christianity rests on woman as usual and that's the beginning of the oppression of women she calls out the genocide it which is the guy inside some of called it was not just the destruction of women it was the destruction of the authority over women it was the destruction of women as the Steelers as midwives women in medicine the connection between spirit and body the church separating those who flash being evil and the spirit being all week and then we don't have any spirit healing us engage connected those two she also writes about the position of native women as being superior to her all and when you're practicing racism as policy you sure as heck don't want a woman who's looking to indigenous people for leadership for vision so she gets written out of history there's a scholarly said Tetreault who is really in her book the message Senegal falls talk about why we know about about Anthony and to a lesser extent Stanton you know thats the corollary to why don't we know about age why did we only know about Anthony as his Anthony had the best PR she practiced it diligently and included Stanton in this but excluded other women for example there were thousands of women probably around the country who voted from eighteen sixty eight arm and loaded illegally I went to the Supreme Court even should the registrars that would let him vote it was a huge movement campaign we only know about Susan B. Anthony you know why because Gage wrote a whole chapter in the history of woman suffrage about all those women voted and we cut it out and the only hurdle I'm thinking if you're talking about splits in our movement and versus coalition building in our movement I'm wondering where you see coalition building if gauges work in life has anything to teach us about how can we work with some people that maybe we don't agree with completely what actually got me committed to gauge when in nineteen seventy three I was teaching one of the first women's studies programs in the country and I knew that in my introduction to the women's movement class I needed to teach something about the suffrage movement but frankly I was bored silly by the narrative then was cynical falls to the nineteenth amendment nothing else was going on and you know just the vote and these cheek up ladies asking for your vote please please I was a radical feminist we were on the street we were asking for anything we were demanding that summer of seventy three we have gone through this let in the women's studies program in Sacramento and we were trying to decide whether we should make it public but it was at a time when the media was just looking for a cat fight in the movement I really wanted to divide us and we knew that was dangerous what what should we do should we warn other women's studies programs that this could happen other collectives of women is it seems like this was happening in other places these listen when we're from and how do you avoid it do you keep a public front of working together even though you're fighting like cats and dogs a new needs for the direction of the movement and that was the summer and and one half right after one of the last meetings this summer where we're trying to figure this out and went to visit Matilda Gage the granddaughter of Matilda Joslyn Gage in my home town of Aberdeen South Dakota went back to visit my folks in South Dakota and she showed me into her house and she had a grandma's furniture balance you know photos on the wall and things like that grounds well looks and then he took me into your diet table piled with correspondence and one of the first letters that I picked up was something to the effect Mrs Stanton is the Benedict Arnold the movement but she is nothing compared to Susan B. who has destroyed our movement it was like whoa this is a whole different picture of the movement what's going on here and I thought well maybe just a malcontent you know that I've started reading more and more and find out no she was important she was working in leadership positions comparable to the errors in the national for its whole existence of twenty years national women's suffrage association and she was equally important with them so what's going on here and then I see that in eighteen ninety nine Susan B. Anthony engineers a merger between the national woman suffrage association and the conservative American woman suffrage association and it's really an American take over states rights leadership top down hierarchy you know all of that and conservative Christian more inclined and and then I look at okay well how she dealing with this publicly I find the newspapers where she is how quickly gauges publicly saying we're working for the same thing women's rights we're just doing it in different ways so she keeps up how do it we're all together in this so there can't be a divide and conquer from the outside well Lee she's trying to undo this merger and she's furious at Albany because she should have been involved in the decision keep your dirty laundry under wraps so that the general public can't use it to destroy you can use it to undermine you what you're dealing with internally should be kept internal but what you do especially if your movement is young and delicate and fragile like we were in seventy three and they were an eighteen game match the other thing she gives us being here as a model and I really realized this deeply when I was working on my new women's suffrage movement anthology the thing I realized in terms of what can we learn basically from Gage is do not practice expediency you do not throw somebody under the bus to win a battle because ultimately you lose the war you do not throw trans people under the bus when you're asking for gay rights because ultimately you're gonna lose the battle for freedom we're all in this together unless everybody wins nobody wins and so coalition politics is the only way to go and you do not plug your nose and vote for the candidate that you think is most palatable to people you go for the one who's going to move the world forward not that it applies to Tuesday at all but that's the lesson that I see is that is they would've held out for voting rights for all for everybody they started out that way you know right after the civil war the women's rights movement once again suspended as they had during the civil war to work for abolition they came back together and then they said no let's join with formally joined with the abolition costs which they've never done before they work together you know but that they had separate organizations not let's form one organization and will work for the vote for every universal suffrage and that was when they got screwed final question your last thoughts suggestions for today or why we should know about gauge I think because she gives us a vision and she gives us hope she understood that it's a process we don't have democracy in this country we are in the process of creating it and if we understand that they passed the torch to us we do our share and then we passed the torch on to the future that's the way it works she gives us that age that was selling rush Wagner executive director of the Matilda Joslyn Gage foundation she is also the editor of women's suffrage anthology he just out last year for her turn I'm originally.

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on KQED Radio

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11:36 min | 1 year ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Recognized thank you Mister chairman Mister Goldman I want to follow up on just this is listening democratic contact that use me I asked our constitutional scholars about last week investigative committees found evidence that president trump intimidated threatened and tampered with prospective and actual witnesses and the impeachment inquiry correct yes and Mister Goldman it is a federal crime to intimidate or to seek to intimidate any witness appearing before Congress is that right yes there's a little bit more to it but that's the gist of it yes Mister Goldman am I correct that president trump publicly attacked witnesses before after and even during their testimony that is correct I'd like to quickly go through some examples on Twitter the president tried to smear ambassador bill Taylor a former military officer who graduated at the top of his class at west point served as an infantry commander in Vietnam and earned a bronze star and an air medal with V. device for valor he was attacked for doing his duty to tell the truth to the American people correct he did his duty by testifying yes president trump also attacked other trump administration officials who testified before the intelligence committee including lieutenant colonel Alexander S. been men who is the director for Ukraine on the National Security Council and Jennifer Williams the special adviser on Europe and Russia with the office of the vice president am I right that is right yes Mister Goldman I think another troubling example of this is the president's treatment of ambassador your bondage when you question ambassador your bondage you asked her about the president's remark that she would and I quote go through some things she told you that that remark sounded like a threat is that right yes in the July twenty fifth call that's where when president trump said that ambassador your bottom which is a career professional who served in Republican and democratic administrations she was once caught and live crossfire during a coup attempt and here's how she described that experience in her very own words I later served in Moscow in nineteen ninety three during the attempted coup in Moscow Russia I was caught in crossfire between presidential and parliamentary forces it took us three tries me without a helmet or body armor to get into a vehicle to go to the embassy we went because the ambassador asked us to come and we went because it was our duty it was our duty even under such duress this is a public servant who did her duty and as she testified before you and the intelligence committee the president tweeted yet another attack against her is that correct during the testimony us at a rally the president further attack ambassador Taylor and Deputy Assistant secretary of the state George can't foreign affairs commission official with decades of bi partisan service I just have to say I am so deeply saddened that our president has attacked our brave public servants these attacks are an abuse of his power and they betray our national interest my Republican colleagues until now have agreed with me that this behavior is not okay that in America we protect witnesses and people who tell the truth we want people to come forward we protect witnesses in our community I myself am no stranger to these kinds of attacks they are not okay I want to read a partial statement by lieutenant colonel been men was a military officer and a public servant in his opening statement to the intelligence committee Mr vin man said and I quote I want to say that the character attacks on these distinguished and honorable public servants is reprehensible I ran for Congress because I care urgently about healthcare gun violence prevention and our veterans those are the urgent policies for me and many of my colleagues but these witnesses these public servants stood up and courageously told the truth and I'm must be courageous and stand up for them as well and I yield back the balance of my time the gentlelady yields back the balance of our time a few minutes ago Mister Biggs as you know since sent to admin article from politico into the record without objection Mrs Stanton thank you Mister chairman we've heard today this is Greg Stanton Democrat of Arizona this process has has somehow been unfair Mister Goldman let's clear up that record minority members on the investigative committees had access to all witness depositions that correct yes and all the documents and were they allowed to ask questions of every witness the minority was given equal time to the majority for every single interview deposition or hearing that we did and the minority were allowed to call their own witnesses to the life hearings is that correct they were also yes and they they did they and they got three witnesses they were also allowed to call their own witnesses for the depositions they chose not to do that the only witness they requested for the deposition was chairmanship who is not a fact witness to this investigation is going why did the investigative committees decide to conduct initial depositions behind closed doors best investigative practice when you're doing a fact finding mission is to keep the information closed and the reason is exactly what I described earlier with ambassador Simon who first of all the day before his deposition he spoke with secretary Perry about his testimony that is the type of tailoring that can happen when people are engaged in misconduct and they try to line up their stories so if you keep the information closed they can't line up their stories and I think frankly part of the reason why ambassador Voelker and ambassador Simons public hearing testimony was so different from their deposition testimony is because the here at the initial depositions were in closed session before we then release all the transcripts to the public and this is an unprecedented because in both the Nixon and Clinton impeachment increase there were either closed or depositions or grand jury proceedings at the beginning of the increase that's correct nor is it on president and Congress this is actually a rule in the house rules that was passed by Republican congresses it was used in Benghazi was used by a number of committees for the past decade or so and for clarity president trump has received all procedural protections afforded to other presidents facing impeachment is that correct that is right in the Judiciary Committee he's had all of the options our our inquiry was not the judiciary committee's investigation that is where the president's ability to present evidence of course if the president wanted to present evidence in the intelligence committee he could have provided documents he could have provided the witnesses that we asked for him but he obstructed rather than cooperate and the president has been invited to participate in the houses impeachment inquiry correct yes and as the president declined the invitation that's my understanding yeah Weiss twice thus far yes in fact the president not only refused to participate but he has also tried to stop Congress from nineteen evidence isn't it true that the president has refused to produce any documents in response to the impeachment in Cory's subpoena to the White House yes not a single one not a single doctor the president also directed all of these agencies to refuse to refer to produce documents is that right that is also true based on the president's order federal agencies have ignored more than seventy specific request or demand for records from the investigative committees is that correct yes if I could just add this would quickly please this would ordinarily be a document case if you were prosecuting this case to be basing the basing it on the documents so the fact that those documents are being withheld is quite significant and it's it's quite remarkable that we built the record we have on the witnesses the president's order to obstruct Congress didn't just extend the documents at the president's direction witnesses also refused to testify is that right that's correct and in total more than a dozen members of the administration defied lawful subpoenas or requests for testimony or documents as we see on the slide right between testimony and documents that's correct it is it also true that when witnesses chose to follow the laws and testify the president denied those witnesses access to the documents they needed to properly prepare for their testimony for some of them that's correct but I also must acknowledge that this process has been challenging and in many respects less than fair I have not had access to all of my phone records state department emails and many many other state department documents and I was told I could not work with Mikey you staff to pull together the relevant files and information these documents are not classified and in fairness and in fairness should have been made available the state department has collected all materials in response to the September twenty seventh subpoena it may contain facts relevant to my testimony I have no such documents or materials with me today the president was not denied the right to participate quite the opposite the president has chosen not to participate and he has consistently tried to obstruct the impeachment investigation to ensure no one testified against them but no one produces a document that may incriminate him and to engage in a cover up to prevent the American people from learning the truth I yield back seconds Mister German please generally what purposes the gentleman that you know is the witness I just a sample for five seconds no Mister did the gentle lady is dean is recognized thank you Mister chairman Mister Goldman Madeline dean democratic Sarnia special coverage from NPR losing too fast that we should try to get more evidence let's examine why these arguments are without merit president Nixon stated during the Senate Watergate investigation quote all members of the White House staff will appear voluntarily when requested by the committee they will testify under oath and they will answer fully all proper questions and quote during the investigation of president Clinton Ken Starr interviewed White House staff president Clinton also provided written responses to eighty one interrogatories from the house Judiciary Committee unlike his predecessors president trump has categorically stone walled congress' investigation at every turn indeed as far back as April the president expressed his intent to stone wall.

Mister chairman Mister Goldman five seconds twenty fifth
"mrs. stanton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:28 min | 1 year ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You Mister chairman who's on a tear to your right he gently as what purpose is not to go to a to ask if I wanted to confirm a point of order is the rules of decorum and I don't believe that the gentleman Florida meant to violate them and I want to give him the benefit of the doubt but more than once he referred to a New York lawyer and if you could just explain what he meant then I'm prepared to withdraw my point of order this is a live special coverage of the peace and hearing from NPR news Mister chairman point of order regarding the schedule the what when a mortar regarding the schedule there's no yes it would regard Ellen this case there is because no point of order regarding violation then there's no better yeah okay will you answer my question at this moment will suspend there is no cooking nice will point of order regarding the future schedule okay exactly you recognize that miss me bath is recognized thank you Mister chairman Mister Goldman I want to follow up on just this is listening back democratic George contact that sees me I asked our constitutional scholars about last week investigative committees found evidence that president trump intimidated threatened and tampered with prospective and actual witnesses and the impeachment inquiry correct yes and Mister Goldman it is a federal crime to intimidate or to seek to intimidate any witness appearing before Congress is that right yes there's a little bit more to it but that's the gist of it yes Mister Goldman am I correct that president trump publicly attacked witnesses before after and even during their testimony that is correct I'd like to quickly go through some examples on Twitter the president tried to smear ambassador bill Taylor a former military officer who graduated at the top of his class at west point served as an infantry commander in Vietnam and earned a bronze star and an air medal with V. device for valor he was attacked for doing his duty to tell the truth to the American people correct he did his duty by testifying yes president trump also attacked other trump administration officials who testified before the intelligence committee including lieutenant colonel Alexander S. been men who is the director for Ukraine on the National Security Council and Jennifer Williams the special adviser on Europe and Russia with the office of the vice president am I right that is right yes Mister Goldman I think another troubling example of this is the president's treatment of ambassador your bondage when you question ambassador your mama **** you asked her about the president's remark that she would and I quote go through some things she told you that that remark sounded like a threat is that right yes in the July twenty fifth call that's where when president trump said that ambassador your bottom which is a career professional who served in Republican and democratic administrations she was once caught and live crossfire during a coup attempt and here's how she described that experience in her very own words I later served in Moscow in nineteen ninety three during the attempted coup in Moscow Russia I was caught in crossfire between presidential and parliamentary forces it took us three tribes me without a helmet or body armor to get into a vehicle to go to the embassy we went because the ambassador asked us to come and we went because it was our duty it was our duty even under such duress this is a public servant who did her duty and as she testified before you and the intelligence committee the president tweeted yet another attack against her is that correct during the testimony us at a rally the president further attack ambassador Taylor and Deputy Assistant secretary of the state George can't foreign affairs commission official with decades of bi partisan service I just have to say I am so deeply saddened that our president has attacked our brave public servants these attacks on abuse of his power and they betray our national interest my Republican colleagues until now have agreed with me that this behavior is not okay that in America we protect witnesses and people who tell the truth we want people to come forward we protect witnesses in our community I myself am no stranger to these kinds of attacks they are not okay I want to read a partial statement by lieutenant colonel been men was a military officer and a public servant in his opening statement to the intelligence committee Mr vin man said and I quote I want to say that the character attacks on these distinguished and honorable public servants is reprehensible I ran for Congress because I care urgently about healthcare gun violence prevention and our veterans those are the urgent policies for me and many of my colleagues but these witnesses these public servants stood up and courageously told the truth and I'm must be courageous and stand up for them as well and I yield back the balance of my time the gentlelady yields back the balance of a time a few minutes ago Mister Biggs as you know since sent to admin article from politico into the record without objection Mrs Stanton thank you Mister chairman we've heard today this is Greg Stanton Democrat of Arizona this process has has somehow been unfair Mister Goldman let's clear up that record minority members on the investigative committees had access to all witness depositions that correct yes and all the documents and were they allowed to ask questions of every witness the minority was given equal time to the majority for every single interview deposition or hearing that we did and the minority were allowed to call their own witnesses to the life hearings is that correct they were also yes and they they did they and they got three witnesses they were also allowed to call their own witnesses for the depositions they chose not to do that the only witness they requested for the deposition was chairmanship who is not a fact witness to this investigation is going why did the investigative committees decide to conduct initial depositions behind closed doors best investigative practice when you're doing a fact finding mission is to keep the information closed and the reason is exactly what I described earlier with ambassador Sunland who first of all the day before his deposition he spoke with secretary Perry about his testimony that is the type of tailoring that can happen when people are engaged in misconduct and they try to line up their stories so if you keep the information closed they can't line up their stories and I think frankly part of the reason why ambassador Voelker and ambassador Simons public hearing testimony was so different from their deposition testimony is because the here at the initial depositions were in closed session before we then released all the transcripts to the public and this is an unprecedented because in both the Nixon and Clinton impeachment increase there were either closed or depositions or grand jury proceedings at the beginning of the increase that's correct nor is it on president and Congress this is actually a rule in the house rules that was passed by Republican congresses it was used in Benghazi was used by a number of committees for the past decade or so and for clarity president trump has received all procedural protections afforded to other presidents facing impeachment is that correct that is right in the Judiciary Committee he's had all of the options our our inquiry was not the judiciary committee's investigation that is where the president's ability to present evidence of course that the president wanted to present evidence in the intelligence committee he could have provided documents he could have provided the witnesses that we asked for him but he obstructed rather than cooperate and the president has been invited to participate in the houses impeachment inquiry correct yes and as the president declined the invitation that's my understanding yeah Weiss twice thus far yes in fact the president not only refused to participate but he has also tried to stop Congress from obtaining evidence is it true that the president has refused to produce any documents in response to the impeachment in Cory's subpoena to the White House yes not a single one not a single doctor the president also directed all of these agencies to refuse to refer to produce documents is that right that is also true based on the president's order federal agencies have ignored more than seventy specific request or demand for records from the investigative committees is that correct yes if I could just add this would quickly please this would ordinarily be a document case if you were prosecuting this case to be basing the basing it on the documents so the fact that those documents are being withheld is quite significant and it's it's quite remarkable that we built the record we have on the witnesses the president's order to obstruct Congress didn't just extend the documents at the president's direction witnesses also refused to testify is that right that's correct and in total more than a dozen members of the administration defied lawful subpoenas or requests for testimony or documents as we see on the slide right between testimony and documents that's correct it is it also true that when witnesses chose to follow the laws and testify the president denied those witnesses access to the documents they needed to properly prepare for their testimony for some of them that's correct but I also must acknowledge that this process has been challenging and in many respects less than fair I have not had access to all of my phone records state department emails and many many other state department documents and I was told I could not work with Mikey you staff to pull together the relevant files and information these documents are not classified and in fairness and in fairness should have been made available the state department has collected all materials in response to the September twenty seventh subpoena that may contain facts relevant to my testimony I have no such documents or materials with me today the president was not denied the right to participate quite the opposite the president has chosen not to participate and he has consistently tried to obstruct the impeachment investigation to ensure no one testified against them but no one produces a document that may incriminate him and to engage in a cover up to prevent the American people from learning the truth I yield back seconds Mister German please generally what purposes the gentleman did you notice the witness I just a sample for five seconds no Mister did the gentle lady the ms dean is right you know thank you Mister chairman Mister Goldman Madeline dean democratic counseling you special coverage from NPR losing too fast that we should try to get more evidence let's examine why these arguments are without merit president Nixon stated during the Senate Watergate investigation quote all members of the White House staff will appear voluntarily when requested by the committee they will testify under oath and they will answer fully all proper questions and quote during the investigation of president Clinton Ken Starr interviewed White House staff president Clinton also provided written responses to eighty one interrogatories from the house Judiciary Committee unlike his predecessors president trump has categorically stone walled congress' investigation at every turn indeed as far back as April the president expressed his intent to stone wall.

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The chain is broken on after twelve years and Evelyn my dad where you left it open accidental phone the back we'll be many question the camping there were no questions about and Leona wood blocks of people falling bathtub if there had you take the seven thirteen but as usual copy to the coffee shop Ulbricht as usual to the office at exactly the usual time the neighbors all know she sleeps until well after you've left but she must've been alone at the time of the fall all you have to do now is to carry on exactly as you always do to be careful if nothing happened on the day that would distinguish it from the only other draft monotonous days before the chain was broken Mr Dan I'm sorry was Robert where water right he and we would appreciate anything you can do to expedite shipment since we are committed on delivery by February yes Morton amalgamated foods please add this miss Roberts paragraph incidentally Mrs Stanton wants particularly to be remembered to your wife and suggested Mrs Martin is accompanying you east that you make it a point to stay with us regards down now get out right away hello by the way how is it that night it was same as ever she was sleeping like a baby when I left this morning you know how she is about getting up early he anti now with eleven forty five minutes to ten remember you have a luncheon appointed twelve thank you miss Roberts I remember when eleven forty five on business as usual they haven't found it yet they'll call.

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on 1865

1865

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on 1865

"I remain eager to get back to the business of the state. I look forward to our meeting this afternoon. In deeply appreciate your accommodating my condition by bringing ringing the Cabinet Secretary of State for the Shooting Death Stanton Mr President I believe it is high nighttime resolved the issue of amnesty once and for all so we can move on to more important issue those lands belong to the Friedman's bureau. That's tantamount to saying they belong to you. Promises have been and Mr Wells promises must be kept secretary seward. What is your opinion well? I've reviewed the amnesty proposal and it's an excellent compromise. Mr President William it's time to reunite the country and when amnesty is the best path for Amnesty is the best pet that are you out of your mind me finish. I've also finished reviewing the evidence. Mrs. Stanton has compiled it gave me pause Mr the president well. I'd like to hear the evidence so would I wouldn't after we put the Negroes into the fight. The rebels began to see the writing on.

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"So your mom was all doped out on the couch. And you Chuck your cellphone did that wake right up? Yeah. It was like eight years ago, I was ten years old now in renounced. Oh, that's good. Drug of choice. Heroin man, did you, did you get any any addiction from genetically? I also have and doing really well how long have been out? Graduations how how many times a day or are you tempted to go back to that lifestyle? Good. You have children of your own. All right. Do you have children of your own? Not yet. Good. I can only imagine the darkness that would have encompassed you had you gone through that as a child seeing your mom do that, and then bringing kids into your own life, and then doing that in front of them that would have probably probably been too much for you to bear. So at least you got that out of your system while you didn't have kids and now you can have kids. Good. How old are you? Get your whole life out in front of you, darling. Stay clean and thank you very much for, for calling and, and for surviving. It. You too. That's an interesting little slice, life Herron rehab. Don't I mean, you're a methadone addict for the rest of your life. Right. Unless you can just get cleaned through suboxone or whatever I thought that was the plan is eventually you get off one day, right? Oh, I don't know. All I know is whatever already Lang's doing. He looks great. That knows is gonna poof back out any day. Now I've never seen anything like it. Well, he said his nose caved in from what snorting cocaine heroin. He says he was beat up. Oh, I thought he said that he thought he said that he accidentally snorted some coke that had glass in it. I actually said all these things six. Six. Coke has it. It's crazy. That guy helped launch this very radio station. Yeah. Part of Mark, no doubt. The bone would not be what it is. Right now if not for the phenomenal night show of nickel. Artie man was that some great radio. It was awesome telling people to listen to that. And meaning it seventy seven five seven already Knicks show was to radio as Ari's knows is to noses. Man, it's just gotten worse and worse. It's weird because Joey on TV showing progression. He looks much better. But his nose has gotten much worse, right? Like as face improves his nose disintegrates into flatness. He's got a tan. He's got looks like he's doing something with this hair. Will this this last time? He got arrest. I thought was I some sort of like a parole. Violin? The other two times it looks like he was out all night. That's why he looks a little bit better. I believe. Yeah. And he wonders. Why Howard Stern won't call him or turn his phone calls and look in the mirror to live? How can I help you? About things that, yeah, what'd you to your mom nude? Sure my hands on my mom. Oh, dude, she brought you into this world. What the hell is wrong with you? Well, see is a big scale, my mom actually living with her with my wife at the time, and she guy guy guy, I don't know what world you're think you're in where you can use that word on the radio. But Jesus, Mary Joseph. This a first time caller. I all right. But she, she kicked us out trying to kick us out with your mom to be honest with you. I don't know why I don't know what else are you gonna tell me here? But I think your mom was in the right because you, you got a potty mouth. And she she was writing kicking you out if that's what she did? Well, she tried. But I called the cops because you know in Florida there's a two week notice. And she didn't understand that. So I didn't want the situation to escalate, and she when I called the cops she attacked me on my body. What does that mean? What does that mean kind of what is she attacked me kind? How old are you? Twenty four that grow the hell up. Would you what are you, what, are you doing? Your mom? Brought you into this damn world show. Some gratitude I feel bad about it. Definitely, I apologize for. But, you know, she she did come at me. I and hit me your mom. I know I know. Like I said, I don't bad about my job is to her, but it was just bad timing, our lives. You guys cool now. Well, we were, but like I said, she she's kind of a loose cannon. Unfortunately, and home, can we call her can I can you can you give her. Number two, John and we can get her on the phone and we can work things out for you guys. Because I, I say man, my mom's one of my, my, the most important people in my life. If I did never relationship with my mom there will be a gaping hole in my life and it's pretty bad. I mean I invited here my wedding but she didn't wanna come unfortunately, because I wouldn't invite her her boyfriend. You invite her boyfriend. She wants to take a plus one. It was it was, it was supposed to be like very intimate family. It would be a courthouse railing, your mom how intimate how much more into making a be the guy who's given the high hard one your mom probably from behind rather self. Disagreements and kicked around multiple times. And you know, hold on. Hold on one second, John John to get his mom's number. Listen, if she didn't come to the wedding, I, I don't know how you can handle this situation. We're going to handle it this explosive word, it's flammable. It's, it's, it's, he's on one Senate, seven five seven nine hundred. Sorry. What's up? Story. All right. Good. I was kinda hoping when I saw that Seth attend along Florida man arrested for hitting mom on head with corncob something that people have similar stories about throwing or hitting people with food. I didn't necessarily have a like hitting story. It was just when I was younger, I, I kinda did something to another kid in school and got in trouble for it. But I thought it was kind of a funny story at the time, okay? What food did it evolve? Burrito. All right. I can live with that. What happened? We were at we at lunch, and I was like about seven grade. And I slipped a read under this kidney, Jerry use a bigger kid kind of a fatter kid and I feel really bad about it now. But it was funny at a time slipped. The Rio under his chair and sat and everyone started kind of making fun of and I got suspended for about ten days for it, but good deserved it won't forgive because I got so much trouble. But it was funny at times time bail like a beef and bean burrito is in my head. It's a beef and. Definitely being brio. It was it was. It was pretty messy. I thought it was funny at the time apologise here listening. That's nice of you. I hope it was worth it. Member apologized, MRs Stanic for what I did to for what I did to her husband, Scott. No, I remember mrS Stanton, very taken by you. But I don't remember an apology, MRs Stanic called once we call her that because she identified herself as the wife of a classmate of mine in middle school and high school. And Scott was in some of my gifted classes, and my only tell you that because I'm proud that I was in gifted classes, and Scott one day was leaning forward in his chair. And the fruit of loom tag was poking out on his underpants. He was wearing his underpants inside out, and it wasn't enough for me to just take private joy in that I had declared the entire class that Scott was wearing his looms inside out. And I'm glad MRs Stanic allowed me to apologize, and I hope she calls the show again. And of course, it's the kid that gets clown on for that. And not how come why are you looking at us? But that's a quick turnaround. You know, I mean. Look at butts schools what you do everybody's but not boycotts. You said it yourself buts about, well, not that's how I feel now. But back then it was girl butts only, you know, I I've been evolved human being for a long time, south Judah alive. Hello. Hey. How you doing today? What's up, pal? All right. I got a little bit of a third throw four years reversal. One day, I was about twelve years old. My mom was upstairs started mouth at author about God knows what. Okay. You know, the old wing of cheese, except it was a block of cheese. Hit me square in the not. Oh, no. I went down like a tone of bricks man, probably had to come in. Do you remember kind of cheesy was like a block of cheddar? Oh, yeah. It was short cheddar. He had to cut one of those triangles to believe it, man. Yeah. I went down. I bet you did I bet you did cowboy to live. No, mom. No, no. I called it three times. He said there was no issues going to answer. So he was right to live. Who are you? TJ. Hey, TJ. How you Livin. I'm doing. All right, sir. How you doing, man? Thank you. That more needs a respect is mother. What's wrong with him? And I'm saying, like I guy get moms can be a handful knocked over the head that's going to do anything. It sounds like it might do battle damage. Mom. Oh, hey, you know, maybe you're right about that drought. And think about that TJ that seventy seven five seven nine hundred to five eight hundred seventy seven to five just got I tweet from dude, named Daniel. I like seeing the things that inspire people to tweet for the first time longtime listener, you're puns me, laughing. My ass off all the way home and just want to let y'all know that keep up the positivity. You're helping out a lot of people in their time of need, maybe more than, you know, catching nets time that helping people out in their time of need is very interesting to me, because every couple of days, I'll get a message from someone who says that either they suffer from PTSD. They lost someone very close to them their loved one has cancer. They're suffering through some, mental illness, and our show, gives them a four hour break where they cannot think about that stuff to mentally gratifying. And thank you. That's a to be honest with you next the money. That's the number one reason I feel good about what we do. But never forget number one is the money we got a feed. Our families guys seventy seven five seven nine hundred eighty five eight hundred seven seven one one. That's why Johnson the middle of a thirty six hour fast. He can't afford food any longer. It's no longer joke to grab alive. Who are you?.

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:09 min | 2 years ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Licensenumbers. Scores. Myers McDonald who you're on the fan Saturday afternoon. It's been Yankee Centric since we got a board. Our number two is sneaking a little football. I get to talk to the author of the new book. How about them Cowboys Gary Myers, which is good enough to give me an advanced copy of before the show started give me something to read over the next couple of weeks. Thank you, sir. It won't take your couple of weeks. Jody come on. You must be slow reader. I am. You know, it always slows down that finger that I have to draw. Well comes out Tuesday nights. I'm excited about that. And. Assigned to give you one of the first copies. I appreciate that greatly. I'm ready to rock and roll with it. We got a couple of football guessing our number two, then we'll get back to the Yankees and the Red Sox again, but we want to give you the chance to chime in hit us up eight seven seven three three seven six six six six James from north Arlington. Fires. I James you're on the fan. A long time, and I j opening monologue. Have you seen the fact like in baseball now with the cage, they all get trophies? Think the psychological development has changed so much that what the less expectations of the whole game or child says it really changed the whole my service players start, and he looked terrified. So I mean, you think the psychology has becoming more and more intense or do you understand my question? Right. No. Jodi answer that one first cases were usually I'll complete game. But now kids when they start playing all these new guys are young. So they played it leagues where everybody got a trophy. I mean body pursued a winner, I know that at the lower level, but we we take for granted. Everybody wants to win. But I'm wondering if the mindset of the psychology. This was evidence as of last night's game the entire season. It's a general statement about the way things have changed expectations. Getting the way major league baseball is played. These days has changed. Yes. Is it because they gave out participation trophies seven years earlier to a kid playing in a tournament when he was twelve now. I don't think it has anything to do with it. Yeah. I don't think that anybody was on the mound last night or at bad thinking, you know, it's okay. If I if I don't come through in the clutch here because I tried hard because I try exactly and you just the whole thing about the trophies isn't necessarily true. I'm my son played high-school baseball and playing a bunch of tournaments played up in Cooperstown. When he was thirteen years old. We do not have any trophies except when his team won a tournament. So I know lots been made about these participation trophies. I'm not sure it's as prevalent is everybody thinks it is now, and I don't think it had anything to do Giancarlo Stanton striking out four times last night solid from all spells up on the fan. Hey saw. Hey, how you doing? Jodi. Hi, gary. How are you? Hopefully, the IRS is isn't it? Just a quick thing. But these participation trophies. I see the guys point ballplayers that we're looking at watching on TV travel wall play seven eight years old guys who are tournaments by tenants. Well, there's no participation trophies threes. Right. If he's off of the general public that just get into a week just to get them out and be social so you know, you can't you can't do the one with the other now sells books said no battles for trying. Yeah. There you go. Listen last night. Hap- didn't have it. I don't think he's you know, it's going to create a bus because the only forty four pitches. Jody this kind of playing out a little bit. The Yankees are endanger down to one going into game. I see pitching and not CC because he'll be home because they'll have a big big part of the park plankton his left handedness. And then they'll go with Tanaka and all hands on deck for game five should they advance. It. They showed last night that they can they can score on on even stale. It was like shopping at a big tree sooner or later you start to wear down sale was it ninety one in the fifth inning. I know he jacked it up for a few pitches in the six he may be there may be a little something to it. Because he's last night. If he was gonna Jack anything up you were going gonna see eight ninety eight to ninety nine he does not have that right out. So. You do against him in the first four innings when he wasn't throwing. They they had a respect that ninety five mile an hour fastball that they were hoping wasn't going to be there. And once you have to respect that the slide a place, but if the fast ball goes down in Ninety-one Ninety-two, Jody, you know, that there is a whole I'd read I'll repeat the question if you figured it out and all he can throw ninety five. So we just have to sit on the slider. Well, then why didn't the Yankees finished figured out in the second inning in the third inning in the fourth inning. He was Jodi he was throw ninety four ninety five only until the fifth. I mean, he was affected because he had the ninety five when he went to ninety one into fifth I figured that's it. He came out to the sixty through a couple of ninety four ninety five but they weren't in the strike zone. He was losing the strike zone. And he you know, he was tiring. Excuse me. I should say when you throwing Ninety-one instead of ninety five I think it has more of an effect on the change up because it's supposed to be a big a differential with the change up. I'm sure it has some effect on the slider. But my understanding is it's it's it's more. You want ten miles an hour difference between the fastball and changeup. And if the festival's only coming into ninety one the change up is not as effective. That's a very valid point Gary. But with a guy like this one he's throwing ninety five through ninety eight. That's slider and changeup. Just completely buckle yet. You can't you can't protect against both. Right. When he gets his fastball. Drops the ninety two forget about the change. He doesn't have the gap there. But forget about that. You can sit a little bit more slide because then you can play catch up to ninety one. And I do my allow fastball. That's you know, that's I'm just thinking we've got a shot. If he doesn't throw ninety five ninety six hundred ten pitches next prime out. The guy's a great pitch. It mean you've got to get a mistake. Something bad going to have to happen to them. Because when you're that good. He's he's the best pitcher on both staff. I do think that said the the next two three games. Yeah. Definitely favor the Yankees. They didn't do anything last night to embarrass themselves. They were outmatched in the first four inning. And then they just really didn't come through in the clutch thirteen. I think we run is on scoring the Yankees. Just hope they can get to see Sal again. Because that would mean a game five Elena down one nothing to a team that won one hundred eight games the chances of winning three in a row now a pretty slight. So I think they we thrilled to get to sail in game five and then make any adjustments to the slider at that point now. And it's going to take some interesting because seems to me to be building up that he's getting bed last night. Was the best effort that he's had since he returned from injury issues. The I see a trend. I see the arrow pointing up. Sally, thanks. It's going sideways at best if not coming back down. That's a nice optimistic Hanky spin. That's what he's supposed to do. Right. Joseph opens up on the fan, aloe gel. Good afternoon. Guys L. I F. Got. Just a couple of comments number one. I hope says mrS Stanton doesn't become the modern day. They've won failed. Number two. I've been watching baseball and the Yankees specifically because I am a Yankee fan since nineteen sixty and I've seen it. All okay. And there's a bunch of nonsense about this and the bottom line. There was no played disciplined with his Yankee team right now. And if they don't get it together, they're gonna be swept that's my failing do sweet but the plate discipline. They got there a couple of walks last night. And they got guys I'm based they just didn't deliver. And if Stanton is written the reincarnation of day Winfield, which I'm assuming he meant Mr. may, Mr. Winfield because he wasn't the greatest postseason player did make it to the hall of fame. Did he not he did? Okay. It'll be okay with daddy. Comparison is Iran. Oh, nine A. Rod wasn't exactly Mr. October either. But you know, is Mr Brian this is this is why sports is so great because. One game was played last night. Stanton was terrible. And now, which by the way, STAN did get ahead. Run run run. Like they scored twelve did get a and did score a run when you making fifty five million dollars a year. There's only sliding. Why? But yeah. Twenty seven and you come up with the basis load in the seventh inning, and nobody out and you don't get anybody home. Then the fans have a right to be mad on saying is it can't completely overreact author one game. Even though this is can be a quick it's a quick series. And every game is a tremendous sense of urgency wins the five game best five. But let's see what he does tonight. And if he stinks tonight, then I wouldn't imagine reactions could be very good. No. It'll even worse tomorrow maximize Jonah fan. I'm gonna put the ball in the mix might Tariq of NBC sports is gonna join us coming up at the top of the two clock. Our fear. Not Yankee fans, we've got plenty of time to get your calls in. The official.

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"mrs. stanton" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mrs. stanton" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Refer a mess your grandfather was a boy it was a brave man thank you these people don't know you probably don't even remember your state the wedding swept off their feet just wanted to sing i'll come on board said i'd make with him but you tell him i was coming on board on them but you call control the kids run by just a lighted it's your own board mrs stanton i'm not sure i've never helped won a presidential campaign before neither have we but that's always raise may swallow it would have traded me to if you believe what you're eating coming to war thing the drug thing and a woman thank for trouble what are you suggesting we do be a good idea to get on tv shows i'm not gonna go negative any jack past negative itself not gonna do it zollverein being the entire movie is i think to glowing about bill clinton but it's but it does suggest that bill clinton has been involved in a lot of terrible terrible things which obviously is true and the reality is the bill clinton was involved in a lot of very very bad things and the left was fine with all of it so you know now when they're complaining about immorality and politics it's a little bit galling it's a little bit galling to people okay other things that i like so as we have heard from left incessantly mike pence obviously deep homophobe hates gay people how do i know he's a diploma phobias gay people well because yesterday he swore in richard grenell the first openly gay ambassador in us history as the as the ambassador to germany and his and grenell's husband is the guy holding the giant bible there on which grenell is an which is swearing in so obviously mike mike pence could barely stand this he had to run screaming from the room he he actually tried to do electroshock therapy hundreds of grenell's turn him straight again but when that failed he had to swear him in as embassador to germany.

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