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"nancy nye" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday
"Good evening I'm gene Crawford former late night television personality and recurring telethon host tonight. We continue our year long series. Ellensburg on Ellen Berg the gene Crawford conversations with another memorable thaddeus ellensburg appearance from nineteen seventy seven with agents dominant. We bring you special narrated insights from the master of the Mundane himself courtesy of the Athol James Foundation and the Tireless folks at the Institute of Television Arts by this time Ellen. Berg had already moved into motion pictures most notably with his cruise ships film from nineteen seventy five which won four International Academy Awards ineligible for the Domestic Oscars due to the fact that despite an all Anglo cast. The film was shot primarily in transboundary waters. These included best picture best actress winifred border best screenplay and best score for Buster Leeann not only a commercial success with theatrical running time of nine and a half hours. A condition of closeness and cruise ships was lauded as cinematic marvel and through time noted as an early slipstream masterpiece handled with kind of and sensitivity similar to the films of the Great Walden. Gray a magician from Fort Lauderdale who self produced a series of how to tapes featuring a pair of hands performing card rigs with the occasional getaway glitch in an evening dress at this stage in Ellen. Burg's career the cinema. Artur had arrived then. Gene Robert show tonight with special guest Thaddeus Bird and featuring Jack Wilkinson the Gene Crawford Ban Ladies and Gentlemen Ha g rougher so. We're just going to keep going without a great. I see I commend your pace sir. But I don't agree with it. Miss Really you're sure I would reconsider the most about you. What do you dangle? I've no idea what that means like. I kind of CYBORG. Thank you thank you thank you. Isn't that Nice Guy? I use the reception like that. Last night's commemorative speech for the Coalition for networked values. They rushed me off stage after I misplaced my moral compass which is a real Shane. My father gave it to me on the back. Engraved at Ted Hanks Hawk Shop East Fifty six street. Listen we're going to continue. I'll need my scarf. Liu Bei herringbone lease discard the others in that discrete wastebasket. I noticed on the way in. I always plan for various moods and never wear my scars more than once ever since the fringe of my Blue Chiffon cake brushed against the table of that barbecue joint and truck. Ston Fatty Nectar of a secular bird or the juicy rump of a beast remains eternally at odds of my debonair dress and decorum. No I have to say the smoky must of my sauce. Speckled beard is quite the Aphrodisiac. Tangy surprised for my most shapely of sexual partners with whom I frequently engage in week. Long displays of shameless depravity considered unspeakable leaving behind closed doors. Which we leave open to coax unlikely participants with Joaquin Roddick's Roddick's mortgage board in eighty nine. I released Cologne called La- smoltz and intoxicating aroma of goose fat and chestnut spiced apples zest. It sent always calls to mind enchanted evening with Lilith Cranston thanksgiving feast consumed in a fit of passion little which was Ingested Orleans. Now my guest this evening to put it. Mildly is a regular on the program when we first met him he was writing jokes for Dave Perry other various late night standbys appearing on the Mel Silver. Show you're welcome since he's become one of the most exciting talents in the world of cinema. Whose films include a condition of closeness and cruise ships slowhand Bakersfield mini in constant and his latest twenty four stories of macaroni and macaroni. Absolutely absurd. It's likely to cause convulsions. He's a writer. Director and actor an amateur dancer and a lousy musician. He's back for another round. Won't you please welcome? That is Ellen Burr. This is your next clip. Really this is all. I recall several years earlier. Doing a tap number with Marilyn Colgate. That received quite the ovation. I was never really known for my dancing in the states but abroad. I brought peace to many a war torn nation with my to the untrained eyes seemingly. Spastic DOFF beat heaving fueled entirely by my own inner dialogue. I remember the network sensor took alarming issue with my wardrobe silver sequined halter top with matching hot pants and generous bulge brought on backstage by Claudia. Daniels and her delightful giggle. The show's director. Fred forest covered the entire routine and closeups to block. My what was later. Described does inciting knees side. Crawford's three hundred page doorstop of off camera interviews and personal letters published a ninety five to pay for his divorce to Joan bankhead. It was it was hampered terribly by its exclusion of more memorable. An entertaining correspondences with Crawford particularly the one where I so eloquently broke the news of my unrelenting lust for Joan after partaking in rejuvenating bowl of cantaloupe. That said Thaddeus. It's great to see you. Welcome back thank you. It's good to be back. We were taking bets before the show you know. I don't know if you've done this but do you know how many times you've been on the show. Which number of appearances marks? I have to check with my accountant. A great many. I can tell you that this is actually your fourteenth time or teens. Yeah that doesn't see. I would check that well. You know you're always an audience. Favorite more always delighted to have you back. Thank you How have you been? We haven't spoken since before the holidays. I was anyone been really everything going on out there. It's madness. I took a mob to the studio hoisted over their heads. Yeah something like that Jeopardise holiday. You were Michigan Right. I believe I read that now. Detroit yeah. We had a pretty far out time. Nancy nye abstain from the festivities this year. And instead well this year we back. That was kind of you. Yes it was. What did you do? Did you donate gifts or help with like meals? No we organized a bet in with Peter. Halford bent in. That's right Jim to give back exactly. Thank you now for those at home. Particularly some of our younger viewers might be scratching their heads. This is Well a kind of derived of citizens INS. I'm sure we're all familiar with us. A sort of a a a peaceful protests nets correct. You can you get out of bed is that is that allowed or is that in line with bet in etiquette you can but you can't touch the carpet fastened. There's a there's an ashtray right. I'm fine on the table. I'd like to respond to this segment by speaking directly to the audience is is that all right. What about review whiskers split? Give it an ashtray. 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"nancy nye" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Week is going by quickly i will be off of for a few days in the upcoming week and jordan rich is going to be in for a couple of nights that i know of and nancy's going to be in the big chair for a couple of nights as well so i would ask you again to be as supportive of jordan end of nancy on when she's is solo as you are of me in nancy when of nancy and me when we are here together they were they were last time your whole i'm sure i'm sure they'll be they'll be just as good this time so now we're going to go to a very local story here and for those of you who are listening out of state you probably or anywhere around the world you probably haven't heard of this story but this is a desperate desperate story a newton man newton is a wonderful suburb of boston know anyone who lives there actually too actually to and the newton man made a horrific mistake he he is posted all around town help me please if you bought an old bike at a yard sale this week please return my wife's bike that you bought at our yard sale no wasn't quite our yard sale you get into the specifics of it he goes to save a made a huge mistake and this is his language now and we're going to give nancy moment here but let me just set it up and mistakenly sold my wife's bike that her deify the gave her sixty years ago it had great sentimental value to her and i mistakenly second time he used the word mistakenly sold it she desperately wants it back it was a vintage yellow mobile cain never maybe there's a better way to describe that motive a motive akin grand touring bike there was yellow with straight handlebars she wants original bike back not a replacement if you bought it at my yard sale on center street in newton on sunday june twenty third that would have been last sunday at around ten a._m. please call me they would have been read at the time the casino was opening the guy it's a man by the way who bought it and he described his tall in his forty s or fifty if you know someone who bought the bike or if it was you please call and he leaves his phone number which we're not gonna read because it's obligatory hated out here you'll be fairly compensated for Your inconvenience and a reward for Leeds now. we have had a little bit of a disagreement over this the gift to his wife was from her deceased father who survived the holocaust he was a prisoner in both auschwitz and bergen belsen concentration camps his wife had planned to pass the bicycle down to the granddaughter according to what we've heard the story now one of the news stations i think this is well this actually the boston globe said he accidentally sold his wife's beloved heirloom at his neighbor's yard sale on center street in newton around ten on sunday the day he sold it was the anniversary of her father's death which of course just think rub some salt survivor do justice survived auschwitz the gentleman's name is allan steinmetz and he is in huge trouble now nancy nye are have had a little bit of a disagreement on this throughout the day so i wanna give nancy and opportunity to resent her point of view i view it as more of a dumb mistake that guys sometimes make and hopefully all's well that will end well i hope so okay of course we do but you see it as more pernicious i do first of all this use of the word accidentally or mistakenly over again give me a break he didn't it wasn't an a bunch of stuff that he sold and didn't realize the bike was in there he sold the bike somebody wanted to buy the bike and he sold at that's not an act wasn't his yard sale in well this is what happened his neighbor was having a yard sale he'd been cleaning out his basement and started to bring stuff up because they were people there he was going to do his own yard sale but his his neighbor was doing so he just he's kind of bringing stuff up to sell to since they were people coming for the next door yard sale and one of the things in his basement that he brought up because he's cleaning out the basement was her yellow bike and somebody wanted it and he sold it there was no accident there he sold it and my guess is he didn't regret it until he told his wife who's like you sold my bike the bike that my dad gave me and you know all of a sudden our mistakes that men make and they don't understand it's a really bad mistake until the wife says by sold bye bye kay moved three times with this bike they moved from what chicago to he said there were three different moves they moved it across the country he knew this bike was important to his wife because she moved it across the country three times this wasn't like you know this this wasn't something he had no idea the value of he knew her dad had given it to her he knew she cared about it and he knew that she was going to give it to their granddaughter yet somebody offers him a couple of hundred bucks for it or if that and he's like oh wow i'm gonna make money and so he sells her bike to me even do see it as a print issues action i see it as you described it i see it as a sign of disrespect to his wife because he did not care at the time the guy but that that would bike was import he knew it was important to her and he didn't care when somebody offered him money he sold it now i to me that's like okay maybe he's the kind of guy that gets excited over twenty bucks i don't know he lives in newton which tells me he can't be doing you know they got to be doing pretty well because newton's not exactly you don't know anything about the guy we don't accept he lives in a nice neighborhood and he's moved three times and he was clearing out his basement and decided to take money for his wife's bicycle that's what we know about i guess what i'm saying is you see this as an intentional indeed pernicious at an i._c._s. as a guy doing something stupid which guys do without a doubt the time okay and it's not just stupid it wasn't an e to be stupid it has to be a mistake this was not a mistake you she looked at the bike and said i can make some money off this and he sold by right even though he knew that was not his yes that it it was it was a gift to his wife from her deceased father that she intended that this all went through his mind and he said guess what site yeah he knew it the bike was and he sold it anyway that's true yeah this is an inherently pernicious act if this is true what it says to me you're not going to accept that word that british absolutely if you your characterization How do you characterize it? I characterize it as a sign of disrespect of as more than disrespect. It's dive. That's your decision. It's evil. I'm describing it. You don't think it's outnumbered say he's evil. The act is eve. the act was evil i think it was i don't think even disrespect are the same things i think he disrespected his wife the money was talking about a bike and a family heirloom heirloom it's not eat at significance it's completely disrespectful goal debt this respect at that point when you're talking about it he's not talking about selling something that yeah the wife home but this was again a bike that i don't think he was thinking i think it much more is what a dumb guy and i've sometimes done things that had dumb everybody has done this still guys do much more stupid women that they do they do and i think that's that's with this is there's a difference between stupid are doing something done and doing something that that basically pernicious it's not pernicious i don't agree with that what he did was characterized you are i am not you're using the word i am i'm using the word but that's the character that this guy look brad no his would you say nancy you're saying the guy looked at the bike he said i can make a few bucks in the pike and he registered his mind then is to blank that she really loves be dad gave it to her and she wants to give on a hell of that i'm gonna make i'm gonna make money on it i don't know what his thought process is you don't notice that press as what i do know is that he knew that the bike was important to his wife and he didn't care Was a gift from her father who died who died at some point. Concentration camp, and she was going to pass it, and it was a failure heirloom. He knew it wasn't his. You're right. And to he knew it was important to his wife and three he didn't care and sold it anyway. That's all. Just important that was was it was, it was so important because of the, the lineage of the but I agree with that, not just the bike that the guy I get it. Okay. i am not using the word pernicious okay i'm using the word pernicious because i think that is the only word that i can think of your characterization let's see what people think my position here is absolute negligent stupidity doing something stupid and being insensitive that's why he's using the word accident mistaken and his and his stuff accident that will we do something most of us tend to probably i don't know what i was thinking whatever i had no idea responsibility by saying it was an accident and it wasn't responsible will hey if you have an accident if you hit the car in front of you 'cause you're not paying attention that might be negligence but it's also an absent that you caused was not an accident well okay you deliberately sold a bike i guess folks you know we see this a little differently i wanna know what you think six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nine hundred thirty we have no idea what the conversation was between the wife and the husband we hope he gets the bike back for the sake of his wife but i think nancy just being a little tough on a on a dumb guy and as somebody who's as a guy who's done dubbed things i think you gotta give them a little bit of leeway i am by saying oh he's trying to get it back that's that's good yeah of course that's the least he can do one seven two five four thirty triple eight nine to nine hundred thirty even though nancy we we see a lot of things the same way we see this one differently weighted more heated discussion about this with with with mehta yeah we we have actually comported ourselves in the last ten minutes with much more restraint both of us i think than we did earlier so now you're the judge you've heard the two lawyers argued the case come on back and tell us who you who you agree with coming back on nightside nightside with.
"nancy nye" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And we'd like to credit the newspapers in town when they do something that's interesting. And certainly, this is an interesting story should judge Shelly Joseph's legal Bill of one hundred twenty seven thousand dollars pre indictment be picked up by you the taxpayers simple as that. Pretty simple question. Let's go to Bill. Bill, welcome. You're next this hour on the ringcentral nightside caller line. Thanks to call in and go ahead, Bill. Hi, dan. I would pose hole for her legal services because I believe that shaping the charge. For the law while I may agree with a politically. I don't believe that it is within herreid, who someone who made a walk it under other legitimate serve circumstances. Yes, not her job to pick and choose which loss to enforce, basically Bill, Bill. I'm curious since you should have phrased it that way. Are you someone who sympathetic to the, the ends that she attempted to accomplish in a new are concerned about the means? I, I am. I'm I'm an attorney trial, work young, all I, I believe that I, I think I put outside of the building. I think that it is really it puts a freeze on in the forefront of Justice. If you go there for some other legitimate purpose at risk of being arrested for doing so I think that's entirely inconsistent with our constitution. So I don't I don't I don't like what I did. But I don't think breaking the law is a way to. I think fortunately in lame age of politics might be the only way to back up so that it doesn't interfere with the rights of the fence. Well, you've you've gone to an area, which is really complex. And, and I think that a lot of people will agree with you. In a lot of people disagree with you. But I think what is admirable watcher position is that although again, you agree with what she was attempting to accomplish. You disagree, the manner in which she tried to do that. And. There's a lot of integrity in what you have to say. Bill. Your we've found a lawyer who has integrity, we'd like to think the book, Nancy Nye have integrity, but you approved your degradate. Thanks bill. Will we'll talk soon. Have a great night, six one seven two five four thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty your thoughts on pretty much taxpayers subsidising a judge who's in trouble Bill someone sympathetic to what she did not. Particularly sympathetic to the effort made to, to make her whole financially. And again at this point as we understand it the, the payment by the KOMO up and spirit court to her has ended at the time of her indictment, which was I believe, in early, April Frank is in Westwood Frank. You're next on the ringcentral nightside caller line with Dan Ryan Nancy shack right ahead, Frank. Screaming. I don't think the state should have paid any money towards her defense on my question is. Who authorized these payments in what is his or her position within the Kulik administration. Yeah. Well, that's a great question and Joe journal who has been on this story. I tried to extract some of that information from the superior court without success. He's not going to have to file a freedom of information, act, and hopefully it will take it surely will take some time. But that's the only way he's going to get those answers, they wouldn't even tell him how much money had been expended until he quote unquote refined his questions. Pretty frustrating, isn't it? Certainly another name of the person in his position approved this will wait and see. Yeah, we'll have to wait and see on that one Frank. There is a chief trial court, judge for all all of the different, you know, judicial offices. So I don't want to speculate but I believe that it's at some point someone had to say okay, let's write that check. Let's send that check and it had to be one or more individuals. And if, if it is within their prerogative. And if there is the appropriate administrative procedures that she followed. Let's have it. Let let's let's get it all out there. We believe in transparency sunlight is the greatest disinfectant the problem with the Commonwealth in the problem with, frankly, I think the governor should be at the front of this, and I would think that if the governor turned around and said, I wanna know. No, I want the information on my desk at forty eight hours. I suspect that they even though it would be, you know, obviously separation of powers question because judiciary. This must be a budgetary line in the superior court in the judiciary budget, which was, which was utilized here. But yeah, a why why, why is stuff like this? Not just open to the public. It's our money after all, that's, that's the frustrating part Frank. It should be people. No, I have not very rarely the judges who find themselves in, in trouble with indictments. And I can't think of the last federal judge I, I've couple of names way in the back of my head that I mentioned earlier. But surly within recent Mary, I can't. Thank you have a federal judge has been indicted federally, Massachusetts judge so young. It's there's no recent precedent for this, and Joe L from the Boston Herald told us that as far as he could tell there was no Protocol, No set of. That needed to be followed. They might be making it up as they go along. And if they're making it up as they go along, they're making it up as they go along with our money, and they get. This written policy on this type of an issue. Well, if there isn't this should be now I can understand why they might not be because, again, the rarity of indictments of judges, but let's see what happens, and let's hope that it's a good thing that we're two newspaper town. I'm not sure that the globe, which has been very sympathetic to judge Shelley Joseph in its coverage of his story, a lot of op Ed pieces in the Boston Globe, which are very sympathetic to again to the ends to what she was trying to do. But that's why we have two newspapers in Boston. And let's hope we always have at least two frankly money. It is. It's a lot of money. It's a lot of money to anybody who has to go in and fight a parking ticket or someone has to go in and fight a drunk driving. Someone gets caught after having, you know, three or four beers, and they have to go hire a defense lawyer for, for driving under, which is, you know. Serious allegation. You'll look in ten fifteen maybe twenty thousand dollars to deal to go through the court system. So true hundred twenty-seven Kate a lot of money. Frank. Preach call. Thank you. Have a great night and a great weekend. Six one seven two five four ten thirty. Triple eight nine two nine ten thirty is the never let me open up the BC box office will dispense with this early tonight last night. We waited too late..
"nancy nye" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You go talking about the decision today for the United States attorney Andrew leading to indict a sitting NASA -chusetts trial court judge Shelley Joseph as well. As a quote officer Wesley McGregor. On counts of conspiracy to obstruct Justice aiding and abetting the obstruction of Justice obstruction of federal proceeding and additional perjury charge against the court officer. Do you agree with this indictment or do you agree with the criticism of this indictment by the Massachusetts Torney general Moore, heelys go to Peter in the northern PD? You're next on the ringcentral nightside caller line. Go right ahead. Peter. Yeah. Hi, Dan, Hawaii great they head a Nancy shack. She's with us. Go right ahead. What's your thought on this? I nancy. How are you fine? Well, I think it's one small step. So. You know, citizens of the United States one giant step for law and Justice people. Make the mistake we are not a democracy where a constitutional Republic, and that means what governed by laws, but we're also democracy as well. I know that this distinctions, and I get it. I truly understand the difference. But we also are a democracy in. Everybody's point of view is is very important here. If you had told me this morning that a US attorney was going to indict a sitting state court judge Massachusetts would probably be at the bottom of the list. I would have guessed maybe Alabama. Maybe Louisiana, maybe South Carolina, maybe Utah. Maybe, but, but this this is the first case that I know of where US attorney on this issue has indicted, a sitting judge interesting to me, so interesting the politics. Now what you should do. You should do the Kennedy institute and have them give this guy a profile encourage on hold your breath on that one. Okay. Peter Jody your way. Thanks, great. Great place. Thanks, peter. Appreciate your car. Good night. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty Christina in Medford. Hi, dan. Hi, christina. What's your take on this who's right who's wrong, JJ, drying and? Hi, nancy. Hi, I think the judge is wrong in. That's all I have to say. And I just wanted to stay in the N T. I love the way that she laughs. Okay. The unique. Thank you Christine. Appreciate the call six one seven two five four thirty triple eight nine to nine hundred thirty contributed a lot to conversation there. Let's go to you. Do have a very nice left, by the way. Criticizing that, obviously captivated the point. She wanted to make Mike and Lynn, Mike, you're next on the ringcentral nightside. Call right ahead. Mike good evening, Dan. How you doing? We're doing great. Both Nancy Nye go right ahead. I want to compliment nasty. I think she's a great add onto the show. Okay. That's very kind. Thank you. Okay. We got the court officer the clerk that was all the pesto person with them. This should all have the book thrown atom. But doing what they did out the back door with an illegal deported three times person. Yeah. He'd been deported twice. He was about to be deported. The third time with a lawyer though, Dan because the I mean, the lawyer was just accompanying his client that lawyer didn't obstruct Justice as much as he just left the building with his client. The judge allowed this to happen. It was her. If the lawyer went out the back door. So I think, but I think and I don't know if the court if the clerk understood what was happening when the Clark went out and told the ice officers that he wasn't becoming. Hold. No, absolutely no reason to indict the cook. There's no no suggestions that he was involved in that. It's the judge who allowed this to happen in her court, and it's the it's the court office to actually walked out and unlocked the door that were indicted. I want to get into the weeds too too much here. But let me just say this. Okay. It would seem to me that the assistant district attorney in this case should have been more emphatic that an and she and he or she was aware because at one point the the judge says. Saying what are we going to do? And the judge says the other alternative is if you need more time to figure this out hold until tomorrow the defenses. So yeah, but and the judge has been it's different the ADA the is a detainers attached to my paperwork, but but I feel like that separate and apart from what my role is. So t- mentioned it to the judge. But you would think then the defense attorney said there is an ice detainers. So if he's bailed out from Bill Ricco when he goes back there ice will pick them up and the judge had ice is going to get him and the Chinese. Go ahead is an officer of the court and every sponsor ability if they see something wrong, stop, also, I think that the assistant district attorney in my opinion. And again, we're I'm reading an extra here from from a conversation. I don't know how complete it is. But it seems to me that the assistant district attorney should have said you're on. I object. There is a detainers that has been some of the object objection by the sanctuary cities that say we won't cooperate with ice. Because in many cases, they just show up and they don't have paperwork. They had paperwork in the sky. I think you're right. Yeah. You know, the interesting to see what happens. But again, I consider this the dumbing down of America. I hate to say it, but she should have the book thrown at. Well. I'll tell you that at least the opening chapter was thrown at the judge today. No, one wants to be indicted least of all a judge. Thank you. Thank you. Mike predate it six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nine ten thirty. I think this story has gotten a little bit of national play tonight. So let's see calm in Maryland. Who should have had his radio turned out? Let's let's up please, rob ya. I folk you tell these folks that keep the radio down, right? Absolutely. Okay. Let's go to Arthur in Madam Penn arth era next on the ringcentral nightside. Call a line. That's two for two. Let's go. Let's go one more third time. We'll be lucky here on. Let's go to Robyn hypoc. Rob welcome. You're next on nightside. Dan, by the way, the the the show feed isn't working on hold. So he might wanna okay. Well, that that they very much for knowing that that might be why some people are trying to I guess listen off off year. Thanks, very helpful. Rob that you told us that. All right. A couple of quotes first thing. Elections have consequences that is so so such an important quote here, Hillary Clinton, mid elected. I don't think we would have seen the varsity blues prosecution, and I certainly don't think we see this. I mean, the varsity blues prosecution is I think a pretty non-political prosecution when you think about it. I think this one does have political over choice toward it in that I would agree with you that if a United States attorney had been employed for this for this district by Hillary Clinton. I don't think a case like this would have been pursued as aggressively as it has been pursued by into. Tomorrow. Healy I'm disappointed. Of that crime and come on danville round for a while here. You know that today show, you know, the the court prosecutors say the kind of operated secret court like a five chord. Disappeared. Well, it did get into get some some play some publicity in the media that first of all, and and obviously the the US attorney and his office pursued it and to me, this is an extraordinary action. Whether you agree or you disagree with its extraordinarily that you don't see. Judges state judge is being indicted by US attorneys or grand juries from US attorney United States grand juries every day of the week for that matter every month of the I mean, it's rare it's rare if it's ever happened before. And I don't think it's ever happened. No, I've been around here is almost to have. And I haven't heard of that to happen some judges who have been indicted if you go back to the nineteen sixties from misconduct. They these judges. Joe? No, Walter Steele was not indicted while to steal a federal judge in and was a man of impeccable character. No, absolutely not while to steal. I knew Walter steel. No, I'm not even going to mention the judge who is named. He was a a judge. Who's who's last initial last name of the initial was t. But but that's I. Yeah. No need. But no not wall to steal was a distinguished federal judge who who served very well. So you like, rob you're in favor of this today. Okay. That's all I need. All I need to know, my friend. Predicament. Because it is so arrogant, and so like so over the top well interesting today, the the governor basically said that he agreed with the US attorney's office, but this is a Baker appointee. Yeah. I know I was stunned up that Charlie racking like a Republican for for for the first time. Jeez. I don't know. But I thought you saying. I beg your rob. Appreciate six one seven two five four thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. We will try to get the phone lines fixed. If there's a problem in your on hold, and you're not hearing the show, we can understand that. And and if that is caused some confusion, I think we to work around for that. Okay. We're working we're working on that. We promise just bear with us, folks. Thank god. We're not doing brain surgery went up flying airplanes. This is a talk show. Nothing's going to be having done a perfect show yet. That's for sure. There's no doubt. But we'll keep trying coming back on nightside right into this..
"nancy nye" Discussed on From Silence Something To Say
"Wasn't. And to be awake in our hearts is to know that God is speaking to us. Calmest Merton said the great contemporary give. It's a life. Holy awake. Fully active and fully alive. I think that's what we all want to be fully alive. I get tired sleepwalking through the day. We all know what that's like when we're sleep. And we miss things. But wisdom is about knowing how to live in a vital way the wise guard their hearts, that's from proverbs proverbs force as guard your art pay attention to your heart watch over your heart watch over the inner choose if you are because out of it flows. What life is all about so to guard your heart to pay attention awake. And sometimes we need wakeup calls. None of us really like wakeup calls because they usually call us by surprise. And yet you look back on your life. And you say thank God for that. Wakeup call. I was really falling asleep at the wheel. I think we all perhaps have this allusion that we're really awake. But I think we're a sleep a lot of the time. I know I can certainly be. We need God's grace. And so advanced calls us to be still look up at the night sky to find a life apart from the measurement of our ordinary life and to pray and to be open to hear God to say, what time is it in my life. My goodness. I'm going to be sixty four in January. What are the big questions in my life today, every decade has a series of questions that you have to ask and focus on the questions that I asked myself when I was in my twenties and thirties are not the questions that I'm asking in my sixties. And as I moved to my seventies. There's a different set of questions. Stay awake. Prayer is such a gift. Meredith Wilson was a musician who wrote the music man, the play the music man, he told of a dream that he had in the dream us one of many musicians playing music before a great and wealthy king. And the king was so impressed with the music that at the end of the concert. He said commutations and fill your instruments with golden coins from treasury. And Wilson then concluded somewhat mournfully there. I stood with my Piccolo. Isn't that the truth? It's like, you know, come unto me, all you that are heavy Laden. And I will refresh you. Bring the biggest jar. You can. That's why we need to guard. Our heart in advent, stay awake to it. Second kind of way in which I find this at work as we have to stay awake to those that we love stay awake in our relationships and most mostly important in our primary relationships and living with more presence our relationships grow when we are loving enough to be present to one another. And that's a challenge. Now, I butchered this word at nine o'clock service. In fact, I didn't really even get it out. I started to roll it out. And the knew I wasn't going to get there. And so you aboard it right in the middle of the, you know, the word, this is a tricky word. But when you're not cresent with people, you are this some nand, Beulah Listrik. It's like you're sleepwalking in a fog, some NAN, you Listrik. So you said on your spouse. You're you know, what rob your are some non ballistic. But we need to be present in our relationships because that's the only way in which we can encounter and God comes to us in a relationships long to live with more presence when you love someone the best thing you can do is offer your presence this past weekend. Thanksgiving weekend, Nancy Nye. Where Skyping with our son Jonathan Yana and being present to them a little difficult since they live in Barcelona Spain. But thank God for the technology of the internet where we can be present in in a different way. Anyway, I was kind of joking around with him. I said, well, how was the Turkey Jonathan? He goes, dad. There's no Turkey and Spain. They don't celebrate thanksgiving. And I said, I know I'm just joking around. And I thought about this that you know, there's some good news of presence in their lives. And in our lives that I wanted to share with you John in Yanna. We're married here blessed their marriage here about four years ago. And they've been trying to have a child, and it's not been easy for them. They've had a long kind of twisted journey on this and medical issues and things like that. But Yana is now five months pregnant with a grandchild coming our way Alleluia. There's going to be another Lord walking the planet. You might be Spanish might be German. I don't know. But anyway, he's out there. She might be out there. I don't know this X. But anyway, I'm deeply happy for them. And again. We know what it's like when our children. When our children find life, right? You know, I was a preacher's kid and preachers kids are preachers kids, and my son was a preacher's kid, and we all have those of us who have children know that it takes off a lot of grace right to raise children because we love him so much that deepest pain and anguish in life, and our deepest joys often come through our children. Right. And so the fact that they are present in having a baby in knowing that again opens me to the wonder of life the mystery of life. I got a I don't want to overdo this. But I got a text right before the eleven fifteen service from Jonathan. And he says, hey, dad, guess where I was this morning. I was at Saint George's Anglican church in Barcelona Spain, and we really enjoyed it. With think we'll be going back to the parish. And do you know what a miracle that is? Well, I'll tell you another time. But anyway.
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"Life of the law is brought to you by i shares when will you retire or for college for every when unita how i shares understands how to build for tomorrow today i shares by black rock inspired to build i named on your hair your home for mayor marion our opinion next turns the problem of what the judicial rose should be i hate mornings does nothing worse than waking up from your dreams to assail who six by nine confine stretch into their horizons if your future an this is light at the law an ubuntu and i'm life of the laws senior producer tony gannon you guys probably don't know my voice very well most of my work that life laws behind the scenes billion for nancy lane this week and i think nancy asked me to fill in because i do have a connection to the episode you are about to hear live loss and quentin that two years ago a nancy invited me in to san quentin to this event nancy for context was my air mentor at the time cessation of independent radio producer organisation that some of you might be familiar with so she invited me in and it was my very first time going into san quentin what i experienced that evening blew my mind now nancy nye have gone back and forth the bid on what it means to air something that was alive event um and i think there is a lot to be said about keeping live of ants as live events only if you miss it that sort of it that's that you know that's the point is to be there but the power of this episode will speak for itself the the men that you're about to here really are putting themselves in a vulnerable place and there's an intimacy to the stories and there was a but an impact of being there with them uh i ended up doing a sort of video for the inmates uh it was my first exposure i think to working with media related to inmates and in realizing that the work that i did on the outside had a real real impact to the people on on the inside but more than anything i think i learn um.