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"nettie house" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Comics of all time one of the biggest TV hosts in the history of TV hosts also a guy who by his own admission never got much love from critics the guy who got cast more or less as the villain in the late night battles with David Letterman Conan O'Brien all talk with them about those battles in the past now and he's more reflective selective but it's still hard to pierce the veil. It's hard to know how he feels about that stuff. One thing though is crystal-clear comes to Jay Leno. He loves to work above pretty much everything else so it won't surprise you to learn if he's spending what could be his retirement making a television show. It's called Jay Leno's garage it airs on. CNBC and it's not by accident that Jay has been doing this as long as he has is. He still a disarming interview still charming and Witty and quick on his feet. He's hilarious. He is very very good at what he does. Here's the episode from the newest season of Jay Leno's garage. He's talking with Charlie. Sheen and they're chatting about Charlie's role in the one thousand nine hundred eighty six car movie. Remember your kid. Who is when you come back as a car. It's it doesn't make a lot of sense to me still but it's a true stories obviously interested yes yeah. I've come back as this car but as a spirit wraith right to to seek revenge on the road gang that killed me of course all right okay my my brother works at a burger joint. My Ex love interest is now with the leader the gang so this is based on your own family hundred percent yeah you know because this is about the time platoon coming out right yes of course the Kademi award award-winning film. I shot this pit. Stop on the way to the Philippines to make La- tune so this came out in the theaters before platoon right came out and Oliver actually they went Oliver Stone wanting to saw it in the movie theater and called me so angrily afterwards. Why do you think this is going to ruin. He says you cannot do films like this. What is this movie about. What are you a car your car and perhaps you've ruined platoon jalen welcome to bulls. I'm really glad to have you on the show. Thanks that it was probably the most enthusiastic thank you ever received. Appreciate it well. I'm I I'm absolutely delighted that you've arrived at my door in costumes Jay Leno that's right. That's right. You're wearing your signature denim on denim. Yeah you know people say why this well. It's just because people we'll see you and that is a joke. They like one year is a joke. The writers gave me fifty two shirts one for every day of the week okay. Thanks you guys okay and then like every every sponsor. Oh we know you like Oh. We gave you a denim thing with our coca. Cola put emblem and I cut the emblem off and just wear the shirt so ultimately I I have at last count five hundred eighteen to these shirts and I think four hundred twelve pairs of jeans I'm not I'm not GonNa lie to you Jay. I've never met you in person. This is the first time I met you in person. You look very handsome in the shirt. I thank you thank you very much. Look very handsome. Compliments here is especially with the Silver Fox thing. You've got going on and that's really intentional. The Silver Hawks thing did you famous for driving around Los Angeles in unusual motor vehicles such shoe. Did you come here in a regular car or an unusual came here regular car because you don't bring anything unusual downtown. La Believe me you don't that's that's only for Burbank Yeah Yeah. It's really just yeah my cars. Leave going to big circle and then go back to the original location so I you know if they don't know where I'm going. I just take a regular car. I think a lot of people who are automotive enthusiasts are into like the most powerful fastest car or the car that projects the image image of the most power in fastness. Whether it's you know an Italian sports car or a you know an American muscle car. You're very well known for loving living cars from the brass era I like every kind of I liked noble failures. I like cars that were ahead of their time in their time. That didn't in quite make it you know yeah. I like anything unusual like you know my buddy of mine. He lives in. He lives in Holland. He has my favorite car car. It was it's called the Swan car. It was built for an Indian Maharajah and it has giant Swan head but this wanted is very the angry it shoots boiling water on pedestrians if they if they get out of it you present and it goes out of the mouth come to stream of scalding hot water view the people would literally so he would drive this thing with this big swan hand in the front and when people got close to the car he just press the button and and this boiling hot would come out in skull. The puppy ends of the street. They're horrible thing but it just it just made me laugh as great card AH perfect for. La Really you grew up to first and second generation immigrant parents write. Your father was Scott. Your mother Wisconsin town the funniest combination. It is a very unusual I mean. The Scots are known for their you know cold weather hardiness. Yeah you know the funny part was when I would go to my aunt Nettie House. That was my mother's sister. Would you scungy me like a school in it. She gave me the stale biscuit and then she'd say would you like Coca Cola Jimmy and she kept it in the cupboard and she'd say you know Jamie. It tastes tastes the same whether it's not seem refrigerated costs money it silly to put Coca Cola frigid and then she'd pour me this Kokin all the phys were becoming out of it as she port and I get the stale biscuit you know and I it was horrible. Then I go to the Italian side all my the Zonta in meatballs and it was funny because I was has always pulled in two directions you know as a little kid scotch people. They've got genie cheapie. Look at the Waist Jamie the Italian people only eight people here. There must be thirty five meatballs. That's that's crazy Jimmy to waste food like that. It's terrible thing you know and then the Italians have scotch people. They're all cheap Jane and whatever here five dollars you know and and both sides love me me equals. I guess but it was just funny to watch them. Each try to win me over with their own particular philosophy of of how life was and how you should live your life and it was just a just a funny experience. Just this is why this current situation with the immigrant thing just makes me so angry. Now living in America makes you inherently lazy and you always need that new blood to come in all the time when I used to go Jay walking. You know we'd not doors and ask people questions. I remember when to one the house and the grandfather who spoke only Spanish and he was dressed. Although he's of his house he had a sport coat on not expensive for anything but he he was dressed nicely and then his son who spoke Spanish and English came to the door to explain his father's and he was just kind of like I dress and then I met his teenage son who had like a F. U. T. Shirt on it some Kinda hat and he spoke no Spanish and he's had some video game but his hand wasn't paying attention and it just made me laugh to watch this degeneration as you become more American you get seduced by pizza and hamburgers and cars and rock and roll and it just to watch it sort of frivolous fairly fluid away you know and I it just it just I. I always remember that just made me laugh. You know you had an older brother who y went to Gail Law brothers in the service and so on and so forth and US ten years old if I remember right right it's going to be what are you gonNA. WanNa do with. Jr's remember my parents haven't that's. What are you going to do with James. I was like because I was not I was not I was not a good student in fact when I was in High School Guidance Counselor 'cause my mother and she says I'm sitting there. She Goes Mrs. Let let me ask. You haven't taken Jay out of school. No ought to teach you how to schooling in where he works at McDonalds. Doesn't you know they have that McDonnell university he could go to they would teach them how to make change. I'm going hey I'm in the room. Hey Hello and then he said something. That's to this day makes me laugh. He said you know Mrs. Leno education is not for everyone. Hey what are you doing so when I got the tonight show I actually voted Mr to kneel who was my guidance counselor at the time to come sit in the audience and I singled him out and I told that story just very funny doesn't sound funny to be it but it doesn't sound like a funny thing to have experienced. Oh it's please. It's alright. It's you know I was always pretty off off the cuff. I was no I'm. I'm pretty thick skin so it was. It just made me laugh. I'm sitting there. You Know Mrs Leno Education's not for everyone go hey. I'm in the room but I mean like re. Were you even thick-skinned like as a God knows I wasn't that I'm not that exciting now but I wasn't when when I was a teenager I mean I'm sure it affected me more than that. Well put it this way. It's it's funny in the telling. After you've been successful this I'm sure or if if if I was digging dishes and then guys scouser told me sounds told me to go dig ditches you know how did do.
"nettie house" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Hello, Dr knowledge, George good been with you again. You too have you been just fine? Hope you have to. Yes. All is well, more tidbits for us. I see. Well. At a good easier. We I love to take him out of our new book, good the all time, book investing Beck say that book is really a collection. What I thought was the best of what I've collected over fifty years or so plus a couple years digging for it. New ones too. So we can talk about some of those tonight. How did you find them? And what's the criteria for picking them? I just think you know, when that's what you're looking for. And I've been I've been doing ever about fifty years things seem to pop out at you. I think I told the story before it all started when I was a teenager in high school and got a job as an intern at a radio station in my hometown of Pittsburgh in. They had me working on July fourth. This is I was the youngest one there. Yeah. Yeah. Nettie house story came over the we didn't have computers, of course. In those days, we had pellet types in story over the teletype that three of the first five US presidents all died on July fourth. That was, that's an amazing back through the first president's role die in the same date of unrelated causes amazing itself. And then of all the dates in the year it was to lie fourth, and that's true. I looked it up. It was true. And so that started my collecting things like that. And just to answer that question. The second president joined Adams died on July fourth. Eighteen twenty six same day in Abbas was in Massachusetts. Same day in Virginia. Thomas Jefferson died, July fourth eighteen twenty six what are the odds on that? And then the fifth president James Monroe died on July fourth eighteen thirty one so that started my collection. And by the way, George, we almost had four of the first five presidents dying on July fourth because the fourth president James Madison died on June twenty eighth. He almost made it. Jeez the July fourth. So we, we would have had four the first time all dying on July quiz, just incredible. You know, above the dates in the year, it would be to live for a lot of tidbits surrounding president, so. Oh, yeah. Yeah. There sure are now here's one question for you that you dug up force, which US vice president was indicted for murder, while he was serving as the vice president, Aaron Burr, who was the vice president under Thomas Jefferson in Jackson's first-term, Shaun. Alexander Hamilton, right. The guy on the ten dollar Bill. They were bitter political enemies that kept insulting each other cetera et cetera. And finally, they had in those days and bird challenged Alexander Hamilton to do. They went to field across the Hudson river from New York City, they were in New Jersey and had to do some people say that Hamilton thought they would purposely miss each other, but in any case, I wouldn't take that chance bird did not miss Hamilton. He shot him and killed him and immediately left New Jersey where he was indicted for murder. He continued to serve as vice president. While under indictment. Washington and finished out his first term Jefferson did not pick for secondary. But he did finish out the first while under indictment for murder. How about that was it was illegal though, to be in a duel. Well, we're coming. Yeah. It was legal. You know, if you kill somebody that was, you know, I think the end of the do period. We had those in those days, sometimes not with sometimes swords. At the end of the story George with with Bir after he finishes vice presidency. He was never brought to trial, by the way for the indictment for murder. He went to the south west which was not part of the United States, then the Texas area and wanted to form the charges where he went to form a new country in competition with the United States, and he was charged with treason. So he was not only charged with murder, but also at treason. And he was brought to trial for that. He was brought back to Washington and the chief Justice of the supreme court presided over the trial. There's a long trial. He was finally found not guilty. And then amazingly, George he went back to his hometown in New York City right across the river from where he killed Hamilton, do in practice law for about another twenty years after that. Escaped all penalties and Teflon for current home. Just an amazing story. But the most amazing part of that is here. We had a sitting vice president sitting as vice-president well under indictment for murder. That was the story with Aaron Burr, now, you talk about the presidential income tax in, you say that George Washington didn't pay any and all during his time in president. Did we even have an income tax than ever pay depend? Well, that's the reason he never paid a penny. He was lucky. We didn't have income tax in those days. In fact, the first income tax wasn't put in until the civil war in the middle eighteen hundreds and then it was only temporary to raise money to fund the civil war after the war the income tax went away again. It was tried in the eighteen seventies eighteen eighties. But both times it was ruled unconstitutional. By the supreme court finally, in nineteen thirteen congress pants a resolution that became a, a was constitutional became a constitutional amendment in nineteen thirteen to make the income tax legal. And that's when it started at all. Those early presidents and in fact, all of the early people that live this country never paid any income tax. There was nothing. So we say, you know, George Washington never paid eat never paid any income tax or anybody else until the eighteen sixties, and then it really didn't start 'til in full until nineteen thirteen. And then, by the way, was very small rate today. That's right. Right. We don't touch the very rich and then gradually they moved the rates down over the years. And in fact, presidents, did not pay income tax in the beginning. It wasn't until the nineteen twenties. That congress change the rule that presidents also had to pay. I asked the question which US president carried the most states when he ran for reelection who would that be presidents tied for that one is of people Richard Nixon. Who carried forty nine of the fifty states when he ran for election in nineteen seventy two against George McGovern? He carried even mcgovern's home state of South Dakota state. He was was Massachusetts, which is a highway democratic state. I did Ronald Reagan in nineteen Eighty-four when he ran for second term. I guess, Waterman Dale, he carried forty nine of the fifty states almost carried off fifty George. He almost carried Minnesota Mondale Thome state. He'd lost that state by only four thousand votes. So he came very close to nobody else's sweet. Fifty states. So those to hold the record of carrying forty nine of the fifty who had the less states as poor William Howard tan. He was president from you like the president in nineteen eight you're in for second term in nineteen twelve and he didn't even finish second. We for election. Theodore Roosevelt, who had been president previously was trying for a comeback and ran is a third party candidate. Woodrow Wilson won the election. He was a democrat. But then he sings second was Theodore Roosevelt and finishing third. It was the poor. Incumbent president William Howard, tat. He carried only two states got only eight electoral votes, and that was the poorest performance everybody. Exiting president carrying only two states and not even finishing second. When he made for reelection. You've finished third. I know this next one of all the natural disasters.
"nettie house" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Antisocial? Wiley joined by TJ who's MS Ana Nettie house time for my favorite segment of the show. Our social media manager. Dardanelle bling Baugh? Fairly he ringing all changed. Prove that I had approved checks. Yes. So finally got paid. What's happening? Hey, let's go with everybody's favorite diva and Tonio Brown who despite all the year end drum with the Steelers seems to be living his best life right now. At the spend the five hundred thousand watch to goat rings five cared earrings diamond chain, I know Twitter tore apart. When people question is decision and comparing them to the likes of Mike Tyson, saying he'll end up broke, y'all. Cool AB, drip. I like, I'm okay. The youngest one year. I'm not gonna play old man because I used to be young and dumb. And I remember I think it was nineteen ninety four ninety five. I got my first job in six figures. Yeah. And I went I'm bought me a bit goal chain had a customer said the lead. Literally, the leeann I. Yeah. Instead the league from black news made six figures legally. Work. More than chain twice. Yes. S and came find now this was nineteen again. It's nine hundred ninety four I've been young and dumb and blowing money. They're young. No moto. Yeah. No, no. That's still, but he'd already he's still going this third contract. You do that on your second your first big one yet? Well, I I'm what you would like I am not gonna sit there and talk about high. I used to flaws to the best level. I did everything ABD except there was no social media. So one people out there, you didn't know exactly what I had less. You around me. But I remember one time I was out Rolls Royce. Right. Me rolls. Royce had one with me about go. Find another friend. We do this. Right. Good night. Tonight. My homeboy interleague was in a cab with three other friends. And I was like, wait a minute. That's the moment. It hit me. I'm like, I am doing too much. He went and he got three piece. What no more trying to get the three. Him in the cab. I mean for me, I don't mind it. Everybody's gonna have fun. The jury for me. That's never been a part of who. I I've never really worn it, but I'm not spending five hundred thousand dollars on a watch. I don't care how much money I have. And then put it on social media as you're seeing come rob me, bro. Come get me Lawson. I never I'm like you. I was never big on jewelry and stuff like that. But I big on count other people's bread either. And how they want to spend their money. So if he wants to spend his bread like that and do it in hopefully, he has everything set up to where it's not gonna hurt him later in the long run it. I mean, if that makes you happy then go ahead and do it. I will just be clear yard young and dumb the keyword. I used to be young. But it's not a smart thing to do. No. It's not. Grow. I used to have a third got one. And I'll even watch it. Evolve. He's thirty. I don't this is what it is. What he is who he is. I agree with that. I Don L what's next. All right, man. Baseball hall of fame voting came in yesterday. And there's no surprise. Mario Rivera made it in. Let's listen. Making phone call. Remember what I just? Another. Let him get it out. Let's go. Probably the first person to be unanimously voted here. I'm not surprised. Yeah. I am surprised because there's so many guys that should have been unanimous, Ricky hinders, man, you got him all this. That's my. John. And so when I hear the top thirty forty baseball players of all time Mara great player deserves to be in the hall of fame greatest reliever perhaps of all time, but the first unanimous out of savior for somebody better..
"nettie house" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Piece report Amy Goodman, many Hasson is our guest a columnist for the intercept host of the deconstructed podcast. Also is host of up front for Al Jazeera English. You mentioned the Iran contra scandal, if you can explain what the Iran contra scandal was so in the nineteen eighties. Congressional bound on the United States government supporting the contra rebels in Nicaragua. You're trying to bring down a communist government in South America. And you have this issue where the Reagan administration decided to sell weapons to Iran, which is supposedly an enemy country that time fighting a row and use the proceeds from that money to fund the contras in violation of a congressional about. There was a massive investigation was a huge scandal. Think Russia gate times ten the time in the nineteen eighties. Reagan obesity left office without being punished for it. They will. A special counsel Bob Mueller Stahl which was tossed to look into this Lawrence Walsh, a former deputy attorney general under Eisenhower, I think it was when he tried to look into this. He found resistance from Reagan's successor, George Hw Bush. We're now being told what honest and transparent. Manny was he followed the rule of law. Unlike Donald Trump today and yet at the time he refused to Dari. He refused to cooperate with the special counsel. We refused to give an interview sounds familiar doesn't Amy and then he pulled and the six top perpetrators Elliot Abrams. New on casper Weinberger Reagan's Defense Secretary and the special counsel report, which is online you can go and look at it. Now, very very clearly says the Bush helped perpetrate the cover of Bush did not cooperate. And he says, I think it's the first time a president paldon someone on the eve of a troll, the president would have had to testify. That's what Bush senior did when we're told today or look at the difference between George Bush senior Donald Trump. Well, when it comes to obstruction of Justice when it comes to cover up actually, there were more similar than some of the media, and some of the journalists would have you believe? Well, let's turn to the Gulf war in January of nineteen Ninety-one, George H W Bush addressed the nation on the invasion of Iraq. Is I report to you air attacks are underway against military targets in Iraq. We are determined to knock out Saddam Hussein's nuclear bomb potential. So may I ask why? Now, why not wait the answer is clear. The world could wait no longer. That's president George H W Bush in January of nineteen ninety one. Of course, flags were at half-mast in Washington this weekend, as they were in Kuwait, many Hassan, you remind us very important part of the story, the leader to what took place, and how it was the US responded the way they did to Iraq and Kuwait. Yes. Tell that story. So. You heard the statement from Georgia Bush senior, look, let's be very clear Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait illegally in violation of international law. He was it was a brutal occupation of Kuwait. No one's denying any of that. But what? Bush senior told the country was that this came without any warning without any provocation when in actual fact, his own ambassador at that time in Iraq, the US ambassador, April Glaspie toll Saddam just weeks before the invasion that we in America have no opinion on your border dispute with Kuwait. It was interpreted as a green light historians. Many historians just that that was a green light to Saddam from the Bush administration to invade off to Saddam invaded. We were also told by Bush senior that we have to go in to protect Saudi Arabia because that was coming next that I'm was about to invade Saudi as well. There were Iraqi troops massing on the border. In fact, one reporter named gene. Went went and bought some private commercial satellite data and found the Iraqi troops massing on the border to invade Saudi Arabia. It was another lawyer like you some told in the run-up to the two thousand three invasion. So it was a wall built on Hof truths. Evasions lies. No one's denying Saddam invaded what? George Bush told the nation was not the full truth and even all three went to war as you mentioned in your introduction. How many civilians were killed the United States government bombed an air raid shelter in Baghdad the Maria Schell to kill more than four hundred civilians Human Rights, Watch called a serious violation of the laws of war because the US knew US have been told before the US until knew that that was a place with civilians were congregating. They didn't just an air raid shelter, Amy. They bombed power stations, electricity-generating facilities, food-processing plums. Flour mills the civilian infrastructure, and this was not collateral damage. Planas from the United States government told the Washington Post told Baltin Gilman in one thousand nine hundred one but they were doing this on purpose. So that they would have leverage with a post war Iraq, which would be forced to supplication in the international arena for foreign assistance. And we know what happened next with the sanctions with the devastation that came in the nineties, and the hundreds of thousands of Iraqi kids who died that all started on George Bush senior's watch. Well, I want to go back to the election of George H W Bush during his one thousand nine hundred eighty eight presidential bid his campaign released. A now notorious television ad called weekend. Passes Bush and Dukakis on crime Bush supports the death penalty for first degree murderers. Dukakis not only opposes the death penalty allowed first degree murderers to have weekend passes from prison. One was Willie Horton who murdered a boy and a robbery stabbing him nineteen times despite a life sentence or receive ten weekend passes from prison. Orden fled kidnapped a young couple stabbing. The man and repeatedly raping his girlfriend weekend prison passes Dukakis on crime. That was the ad that Lee at Wor Lianne water, Roger Ailes and layout water top aides to George Bush at the time would apologize for on his deathbed. Explain how significant this was. Hugely significant Amy and even today in media journalism classes across the country that ad is taught that added studied until Donald Trump came along until the migrant caravan came along it was considered to be the most racist ad in modern American political history was in one thousand nine hundred election, and George Bush and his team decided that they were going to tie Michael Dukakis as the Massachusetts liberal queue this block rapist who had been released on the weekend fellow program. I think there's a quote from the reason we're going to talk about Willie holding so much. The people are gonna think he's Michael Dukakis his running mate. And this was Bush senior approved of this Bush senior talked about a Willie Horton in press conferences, and he never apologized. He never watch one deathbed apologize. Bush senior never apologize Roger stone. Amy, one of the most vile political operatives of all time close advisor to Donald Trump woman. Visit to Richard Nixon. He went up water and the Bush campaign and said, you will regret this because this is a clearly ways that when we're just stones telling you that you. To racist know you've gone too far and yet on Saturday on Sunday. I heard former Bush aides and advisers going on cable news saying he was a thoroughly decent, man. He believed in civility. He didn't believe in Ranga. He wanted to unify Americans have two words in response to that women Horta. In fact, as you quote, layout bragged at the time by the time, we're finished. They're going to wonder whether Willie Horton is dukakis's running mate. And he was talking about a policy that was actually law in a number of states, including California. India? I think Reagan had signed off on a similar thing. It was a deliberate attempt to stoke racial division to scare white voters into thinking, the Michael Dukakis was going to release a bunch of black murderers, rapists, or we're gonna come and kill and rape them. It was vicious and even recently. So ironic is the same cable news. Who have been praising George Bush it to the hilt since Saturday morning. Weeks ago, they were all referring to Willie Horton when they were condemning Donald Trump's migrant caravan on, you know, the ad that came out during the midterms about the Democrats let in this murderer cop killer. We were all reminded of William Houghton back then. But it seems like we won't make the logical connection which says the Willie Horton came from the Bush senior campaign this guy who was supposed to be a throwback to an era of civility and decency yet he had no problem running this racist election coming nor did he ever problem escalating a racist drug war. Let's talk about that drug war, and what George H W Bush did especially around the issue of crack. Yes. So he sat in the White House in the Oval Office in one thousand nine thousand nine and he held up a bag of crack cocaine, which he said famously, well, this was found just outside the White House in a park across from the White House dots. How about the drug problem is it was a great dramatic visual? And yet we discovered thanks to reporting from the Washington Post that drug dealer the drug seller have been arrested by federal agents. Yes. In Lafayette square, but he'd been to quote with those federal agents he was told to come and sell his white undercover operative. He's even huddled tape. I believe saying will where is the White House. What's the address? I've no idea how to get that this is pure cynicism. Amy to use this in this flake stunt, basically to mislead the nation from his supposedly honest Republican president which then led to a one and a half billion dollar increase in spending. Which is what Bush senior for he called for more. Prosecutors more jails more prison more courts, and we know how that story ends, Amy. Mouse incarceration imprisonment disproportionately of young black men. Lives lost thousands of innocent lives lost in the so-called drug war, both at home and abroad. And today, you have people at rand Paul Republican Senator who will emit Republican Senator Chris Christie will say this was a failed and racist drug war. Well, Nettie house, and I wanna thank you for being with us columnist for the intercept host of other of the deconstructed podcast. Most recent piece for the intercept will link to the ignored legacy of George H W Bush war crimes racism, obstruction of Justice. Tomorrow will look at what happened in Panama, George W Bush is invasion of Panama, and the thousands of people who died there as this week. We continue to honor the dead. This is democracy. Now democracy now dot org. The warring piece report, I'm Amy Goodman, looking at now the legacy of George H W Bush by taking a closer look at the former president's record on HIV and aids. Bush died the day of world aids day rave in the evening. An irony not lost on many HIV aids. Activists who remember Bush senior for his lack of action in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s as the HIV aids crisis raged on. On Bush said little about the crisis during his vice presidency under Ronald Reagan who didn't even mention aids for over six and a half years of his presidency despite promises to do more after he was elected president, George H W Bush refused to address and fund programs around HIV aids education and prevention as well as drug treatment for more we're joined by Steven Thrasher. Journalists doctoral candidate in American studies at New York University recently appointed the Daniel h Randburg Cherif media coverage and sexual and gender minorities at Northwestern University. He'll begin next year..
"nettie house" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
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"nettie house" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
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"nettie house" Discussed on WEEI
"He did what he needed to do which was be as scorer and half court score as well as anybody in that stretch of the nba right up there with colby dirk you know all the elite scores of the last fifteen years and i think with that oh eighteen the big thing that pierce had it was really change who he was he was always sort of the the number one guy and i think that he became a one eight one being one see you know up garnett allen peers all did they all have a sort of buy into it and they did knows and that was unique that was the first time that we really seen that i think now it's it's commonplace in beta c three stars in the same team but but they all had to reinvent who they work because they were all ball dominant guys that yeah we're used to getting 25 thirty touches a game sometimes you know and and you have to change who you are and i think that they all did that and i think speaking to your point of the veteran leadership he brought him that there was pj brown and san casalan even the off the bench guys i weren't necessarily veterans the time but posy nettie house mean these players abc helped get your to where you going so i think that fit piece that you're talking about i come back dini asian say that he was sort of the hero of that team i think in identifying the players out absolutely fit what they were doing because they did a good job of integrating some young players that point to like rondo was one of them glenn davis was one of them as well so they had the perfect sort of mix there and i think that the biggest thing was that all the players bought into the fifth that you're talking about they were sort of a more talented version of what i viewed the grizzlies ask for a long time at grizzlies they were the grind house you know they would be you up physically didn't have the talent to get over that hump as it turned out but again another team that that sort of i think the celtics change with that teams tried to build for a little while after their sort of.
"nettie house" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Just to go about to a point made early gonna other types who is telling the truth who's a law romanov's i mean i wouldn't rule out the idea of there being tapes i mean donald trump has a history of recording employees of secretly recording his employees of listening in on phone calls between guess at mara lago and all the results of hotels you and so i i wouldn't be a tool surprise if he was recording people in the white house on the other the other point what you have of that nettie housing whatever it is dr of of recording yes i mean it's been reported on by several investing of generals including buzzfeed and others on former employees have come forward and said that he had taperecording then he was recording them in trump has actually intimated that he was listening into conversations if you go back and look at some of the earlier by graphical stuff about trump it's time as a as a businessman almost obstruction of justice point specifically i mean come you went out of his way unsurprisingly to say i'm not going to say with his obstruction of justice pushed it over to mullah his predescessor my problem is is that it's going to take a lot to prove obstruction of justice and it's going to take a lot to produce the kind of smoking gun with a we could talk about things like impeachment i wrote recently that it's a liberal fantasy to talk about impeaching trump i stunned by the i don't think these house of representatives this republican congress has any interest in impeaching donald trump even if you went to produce a video of trump talking in russian to putin asking for his marching orders i suspect paul ryan and co would not decide to impeach abed too busy rolling back financial deregulation pulsing a planning to ball's huge tax cut putting neil gorsuch supreme court that perfectly happy with this rightwing conservative president well shane etc paul ryan the house speaker shrugged off trump's testimony he said of trump he's new to government so he probably wasn't steeped in the longrunning protocols that established the relationships between doj the department of justice fbi and white house he's just new to this clearly true but also very troubling right there infants allies in the occupied the oval office which has no place for infants and clearly he knew something when he said.