17 Burst results for "Oncle Joe"
"oncle joe" Discussed on The Woody Show
"Greg Gory with what's happening this morning while president trump was discharged from Walter Reed Medical Center return to the White House yesterday after spending three days in the hospital. Trump says, he learned a lot about crony virus. He said quote one thing that's for certain. Don't let it dominate. You don't be afraid of it. You're going to beat it. So he was wearing a mask when he left the hospital and he Wore one when he arrived at the White House and then he took it off. Once he reached the second floor balcony. When he went into his private residence, you're going to be except for all the other people that didn't right. Yeah. We go audio from the last moments of Briana Taylor's live when police busted in was released by the grand jury it's described as chaotic. The recording reveals that when officers went. Into, the home gunshots rang out from Taylor from Taylor's boyfriend Kenneth Walker police returned fire fearing that they are being ambushed and apparently flashes from gunfire were quote lighting up the room and former officer Brett Hankinson fired into a sliding glass patio door that was covered with blinds. Why is that significant? Well, because it's a violation of policy that requires cops to have a line of sight before fire and that's where the charges are coming, right. So other findings as well. No master plan was in place for the search warrant other than it was written on a Whiteboard, and also some neighbors are reporting that they did not here police announce themselves before entering. So since all that the Taylor family got a twelve million dollar wrongful death settlement in the city of Louisville has agreed to make changes on how warrants or carried out. There is a US district judge check this one out who ordered that inmates yes. Inmates are entitled to Stimulus Checks for what? They have required the irs to stop withholding them just because incarcerated. I guess they under the what are they gonNA spend it on. stimulating. Cigarette. Movie. NACHOS. Was that toilet count line toilet. You gotTa make. Fruits and then some. Moldy bread. And water. Tablets with music on it. Oh, well after further review, it turns out that eighty thousand inmates around the country are indeed eligible for economic impact payments of twelve hundred bucks each that sucks man there are people who are not in jail who are not eligible the right. People in prison can get a stimulus check for a total of one, hundred, million dollars on a stupid system. So other end inmates who didn't file claims are also eligible now. So they didn't even ask for there's going to get him in a lawyer representing the inmates plaintiffs says, the country is suffering during these economic times and incarcerated people and their families are no exception are-. Okay. Well, the person who is not imprison can get the check the person who is in prison. There you go. Exactly if if you're worried about the family members. Because oncle Joe is in prison and you can't pay rent give it to the family, but it's gone straight the prisoner Graham oh my gosh, right. Glad that we get up early and pair tax I know right it is up as down as left. Then it's right. That's how the CDC works lately, and now they have revised their guidance for how Corona virus is spread through the air again. So you remember last month, they publish something on their website that said, covid nineteen can be spread in the air. Even when you're more than six feet apart they said that was published an error and they removed it, and now it's back again they say corona virus hand sometimes you spread by airborne transmission through. Spread through small droplets in the air that can linger for minutes or even hours make stop all these press releases lead me to believe that they're bored like they have to just keep coming up stuff like look busy busy enough is enough going on you would think or you just incompetent which one is it I how would you say that this spread through the air knowing it is and then say, no, that was an error and then Yank it, and now put it up a week later you but they do that a lot or they they remember there was one I forget what it was at this point but they said that somebody accidentally sat. Here yeah like no, no, no no no. It's not that easy right? It's like it's not like somebody. Just made by John Stroke. Mouse now, like you had to get the file you had to get published then you had to set at the public like it's more than just one steph this also really they say it's often. Spread when an infected person is breezing breathing heavily without a mask or singing or exercising. Economic like they say, okay open up everything and then when. People started going to the hospital again. Then they put out this information for people to have more restrictions it's a plan it's a plan play to. Love those conspiracy theory. Conspiracy. But it goes hand in hand like they're covering their ass. Yeah. Like every time people are going hospital again then you get this information. Spike in hospital. So just. Wash, your hands mask up wash up, it depends on way. Some Midwest states where the numbers are up there's other places. Going up against California were numbers are down Yeah Yeah New York. There's like I think nine different ZIP codes within New York City representing about five hundred thousand people that are now hotspots again or you know flair. Hotspots yet, but they're playing. Heard Paris France is closing bars again. This is where we saw. You guys remember Kim Davis to remember the name. You don't okay. She is the former. Rhode County Clerk in Kentucky. She used to give out marriage licenses a few years ago. She was the the Hot Burnett chick on sex and the city. No that's. Kim Cottrell Kristin Davis. Get your sex in the city mess. Am Davis did like that show. Morally opposed to gay marriage, and she flat out refuse to give out licenses to gay couples and she was told that she had to she stopped giving out marriage licenses to any call together. So she got thrown in jail for five days over the whole thing and then to gay couples ended up suing her over that while she took the case all the way to the US Supreme Court saying that she should have immunity from being sued and the Supreme Court, just decided that nope or not taken the case. So those two lawsuits can move forward against her doesn't necessarily mean that all the justices disagreed with Kim Davis though because. Clarence, Thomas wrote that people with sincerely held religious beliefs about marriage are gonna find it increasingly difficult to participate in a society without running afoul on other anti-discrimination laws. Okay. Was Hoping that the Supreme Court would say you can't be sued Kim and they said, no, we're not taking the case all of the same way I disagree you know where people get pissed they work for like a Catholic. School or the like a Catholic University coming charity and they get mad because that school or whatever won't cover their birth control or whatever because. But you you are working for them you're working for like an under the umbrella of their beliefs. You know NBA surprises where yeah and it also goes the other way like if you're a person who doesn't believe that same sex people should getting married Then why are you working in the office that provides? Gives out marriage licenses. Have to do it. Or when people get a job that requires a uniform and then they don't WanNa wear the. Look you know what the job is? If it's such a strongly held belief I just don't know that that's the. involved. Yeah. Like if you're a hardcore Vegan or vegetarian, don't work at a slaughterhouse so totally. And argue about being sued over more importantly are you watching the new sex in the city? It's called Emily in Paris it's on Netflix now. Yeah. It's kind of terrible.
"oncle joe" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"Do Right thing. Was your. How do Oncle Joe? Had A blackbox. And we used to watch so much fucking wrestling. On this black box every every Sunday. I watch mad porn dude, once I discovered spice channel. I was like just getting a glimpse of that channel. I'm just flicking through. My mom would go into the kitchen for a second I go right to channel sixty five and I'd see bullish. Yes, and spice channel is just the beginning of like. If somebody would told me like if my future self was there the first time I watched spice, and you just like I just had my shoulders. You just wait to the shit. You Watch when you're twenty five. Yeah. It was so weird. How porn back in the day was a production like they had like? They get like you know. They rent a house in Miami, and they cover each other and oil. And then we fuck, but back then. It was like we need Kenny G. to come in here and play sacks, yeah! Slowly dance and make love at the same time. I feel like the porn budget was so big then. Yet they were like it was like an art form. You know what I'm saying and like you never really saw penetration, but now it's like I I see people. Stretching their fucking assholes open I'm like Damn I. don't even want to see that the evolution of athletes. You know what I mean. Yeah NBA back in the fifties and sixties. Everybody was White House. Like everyone's just jumping out of the gym Dunkin and Shit. That's more knows. Porno has also grown on its own as well. Yeah, like Yo Pete. Marriage would have got his ass kicked in the league this. Year year you know saying but like. You know you're GONNA. You'RE GONNA. Tell me Jenna Jameson keep up with like. Anybody these. Yeah like a Riley read. You think she could keep mobile Riley read. No Dude no chance. Dude. Tell us. Some of that is disgusting now. So I don't do that op? Majority of it is disgusting. Sports yet it's sad gross. Yeah, but my like I I just don't get when people like stretch. They're assholes. And like I? Don't WanNA see your butthole come out! Yeah like why is it reversing like this isn't doing anything for me. I'M GONNA I'm this I really don't like porn. Stars asses, like come out and then like. It looks like a babboons. WHO's at four? Are there people that are like? Dude people love that you gotta thing as as as Freaky as you or I ever think that we are. There are people out there that just put us in the fucking dirt. Oh Yeah I don't I mean I don't doubt Gusting freaks. into like throwing up on each other and stuff you know like that's that's a heavy day there. That's a heavy day. That's a that's a. that's a nine. That's a nine and a half. That would make me so sad. If somebody was like, throw up on me like why? Why are you talking like this? I'll just. Let me, talk to you. Yeah, I guess. That is, it's never the first time. There's no first time for getting thrown up on for some reason either happens by accident. It's got to be an accident I the. And then go, let's just. Hang out in this puddle of Puke. And then you both find out that you enjoy that, but also like all the rich dudes, and like Dubai like they'd like to shit on people or get shit on. Yeah, but they paid for that. That's different. Yeah, but I feel like once. You're so rich and you. Can you remember when I had that? Theory rows like you have enough sex become gay yes? Sway. Also think it's like if you have enough sex, you become like into shit, well, the yeah or even I, think that's what the whole argument with Jeffrey Epstein was in that documentary like filthy rich like. Like that guy, it's just a free I mean. He's on the extreme scale, but I I agree with you. That money makes you into weird, Shit. Once you can. Get whoever you want and pay for whatever you want, not necessarily illegal stuff. You know what I'm saying. Yeah, like once you can pay forever you want. Do whatever you want and it's like. Oh, you see like if you're fucking. North Cabriolet so much money. You'll just get a boat. Put Twenty five women on. Yeah and women that he'll just like scroll through instagram like Oh. She's Kinda like I'll just fly her out and she'll say yes, because there's no thought like she'll just say yes. You know and bring her hottest friend also like she'll just do that so once. That becomes that easy I guess it loses its shine like what else can I do here? And that's when you start with the porn where the girls are like stretching their butts open, and like you know putting golf balls, and I've literally seen that before where a girl held or asshole open and guide. Guide chipped golf ball in. It was a great shot and had watching. Had I BEEN WATCHING ESPN OUT? have been impressed, but I was like you know half naked so I wasn't really happy about it and I. You know have ruined everything for me that night, but the point I'm trying to make. Is that eventually? You graduate to Butthole Golf and then move on you move on. It. And then I started being like well. I'll get a guy in here and then like you know, it starts to become a little gay stuff, and then you know. Crazy shit man like then you start throwing up on each other, and then like you start cutting your own chest and bleeding down yourself. You start using blood as lube and whatnot I don't really know like the gateways, but like there's a lot of shit that happens if you have enough sex, so try to keep the sex to healthy like amount. Because you know we're at can lead. Sex is a gateway drug until like dirty sense. Is True I. Get your sexism. So like. Crazy, dirty shed dude. I I honestly feel that. God. Like you're. Like your, there's someone out there i. think everything's possible like I. Really think there's someone out there. That's like y'all like they can't have sex unless there's like a bird in the room. You know what I'm saying like Weird Shit. Tell you man! Drive is so fucking funny..
"oncle joe" Discussed on Still Buffering
"So We talked about ironic which I and I guess we have to are. We obligated like legally obligated to say that no the things the situations listen. Ironic are not in fact ironic. Fared things unfortunate. Yes thank you just incidences. Would we have known this without the Internet? I don't know who can say but thanks to the Internet there are many things written about. How no they are not ironic. They're just a series of unfortunate events. That happened to our protagonist that. That is Salinas Boar's head and that it's too bad. It's still a good song it's fine we'll all live there were things You ought to know though I still remember. That's the one that's the music video with her. Like in the desert with a guitar or something and it's like shot in like sepia tone. Remember this day I am. I feel like there were a lot of people in desert with guitars in in the nineties. she's she's one of the sea so angry and of course you ought to know is written about it. Some jerk some guy who was a jerk and who you know did or dirty and The mythology that arose from that song because whenever somebody writes an angry song about somebody else the first question is who's it about a famous. It's probably what else who is also famous. Everybody wants to know the dish rate. And the t the. I remember the first time I heard this. I thought how could this be possible that alas more set song you oughta know was about Dave Cool. Ea because hold on. Wait Dave Cooley as in Uncle Joey from full house. That's right uncle. Joey why you know. Cut It out uncle Joey that somebody's a what that one remember he did you. Could you had to do to Glebe now one more and you've summoned Tim joke they. They were buddies because of Canada. Yes I'll Canadians. You all know each other right and you all you all hang out wayland. I'm joking. They were buddies because of kid. I know no they were they had dated back in Nineteen ninety-two. I think because of you can't do that on television. Which is a Canadian show. I think I believe was she was sure. Or maybe that's how they met. Somehow they met No I know I. I'm I apologize. I know Canadians. Don't know each other. I know but I feel like you probably get that a lot. Don't you Canada? This is just a silent spot for all of US Canadians. Listening to answer verbally. Well I feel like that. They they probably do like. Oh I know somebody from Canada and it's like yes. Thank you dumb. American people in candidates giant country fun like it becomes like a like a choose your own adventure episode like we wait for them to respond. Then we are court one episode. Where like Oh cool you do all know each other? We're cord one. We're we're like yeah. That wasn't very smart. It's a very large place. And then they got to choose their track based on how they answer to be fair It's the same I would say. It's the same for West Virginia. I knew somebody from West Virginia. Okay that's true. I know lots of people from West. Virginia I still live there And usually actually when people tell you that usually they actually knew somebody from Virginia and data so they think you're just all I knew someone from Richmond. Yeah that's not just a different state Richmond. I mean why is always Richmond? Because it's the only place they know in Virginia a lot. A lot of people from Richmond. Get AROUND I guess they're everywhere the only people that actually know all of those. That's the true answer. I don't know But I did enjoy you know. That was one of my favorites. I think it was my top. Three it was. I found it liberating and shocking. When I was a young woman shocking. Yeah definitely member being a little embarrassed to listen to it when I was When I was young she uses the effort. Yeah Right yes. The only explicit one right Spotify like next to all the songs I think it was. The only one caught my attention. Yeah it's the only one it It I I remember hearing that and be like wow did she. Just say that for real and then about Uncle Joey. She thought about oncle. Joe What did you do Uncle Joey? Can we talk about how nineties this album cover is cool? How like it reminds me of the font and the editing techniques that they used for those after school specials about like you know not not doing drugs or something listen there was nothing after school special about Atlanta. She was putting the truth out there. She was telling it like it was no. I really enjoy it but it was very ninety. S all of its very ninety So I thought this was interesting. Dave Cooley I did come out once and say that. He thought the song was about him. Episode of Full House is that where the myth originated the the belief originated. I don't think so. I think it predated him because he what he said was that and she admitted that he called her. And said is this song about me because people are telling me it's about me is that true And she was just like it's about it could be a lot of people But he he thought it was because at one point she did call him in the middle of dinner and he said I'm in the middle of dinner. Can I call you back? Oh I hate to bug you in the middle on dinner that so So he said that later. She was like she just kind of said. I just think it's interesting. How many people think it's about them pulling up pulling a line for you're so vain there there you go. Yeah Yeah So. I do think it's interesting. There were still a news article written about this on December. Sixth of two thousand nineteen. It's we just you OUGHTA know starts with fans still want to know if it is about her ex. Steve Cooley. Of course. Of course. We're in another dish. I think that's just been accepted into like like modern day. Myth right like that's the truth. It's about it's about Uncle Joey. The other the other big songs that came from that Hand in my pocket. That was another one on my favorite. That was also my my top three. Yeah that was. That was a good one. That was like just a good. Feel good not shocking. Good Song All I really want was apparently single which I really enjoyed all I really want but I don't. I don't think I remembered that it was a single now singles now in my experience for for more recent modern music are like a one a single hence the name that is released before the album to Kinda Lake. Get some get some hype for the album and the album is released. Ep. Or what? After but I? I don't think I mean albums are smaller than this. I listen to so I don't believe you released seven singles that pretty much nearly beat the entire album. The point is like I think now releasing the album not like the the singles. Well I don't think that all of the singles were released ahead of time necessarily yeah. There's what's the what would the difference be. Then if they weren't really separately how they they were the ones that went into wide radio circulation and I would guess these are the same ones that had music videos. Yeah okay I know that I know that Hand in my pocket did too and you learn right. Yeah definitely that one was at the time learn was huge. I it was pretty calm like even when an album was out you would still. They'd still release like standalone singles of Song. I mean isn't that crazy concept rather you could just by a single song and it wasn't like previous album. I'll it's like. Here's just that one song that everybody likes. Yeah because like now. Of course you can listen to one song album when it's released before like Jonas Brothers before they released their big comeback album released one song. And you could listen to that one song and you. The album wasn't coming out for another few months. Now I feel like it's I I don't know but my guess would be you ought to know was the first single. Yeah Yeah it was I. I just confirm that Came Out in July of nineteen ninety five and then followed by hand my pocket than ironic and you learn head over feet and then. I'll I really want that makes sense those last Head over feet man. That was a good one. That's one of my favorite moment. It's a good one. I thought that was a nice love song. I always think I realized I don't know I don't know where it was that my teenage years but I liked the kind of sad songs about sad people. I liked Mary. Jane and I liked perfect. Those were the I also like Mary. J that's all they will gets to me. I feel like there are certain lines in that song that you know like Oh yes. The next now Mary. Jane is good. I think Mary. Jane was an underrated song. Because it didn't it didn't get the why it wasn't a single. It didn't get the widespread if you talk to people during the time about what songs they love. Almost nobody ever mentioned Mary. Jane is one of the top ones but I thought like musically and vocally it was a really beautiful tribute to a person like love letter letter of Concern Comfort. I'm still here like that kind of I thought it was a really beautiful song. I agree one of my favorites. Too I The perfect. It was it was always this weird thing where I connected to the feelings without like I didn't feel like obviously the the character imperfect like their parents are pushing them and I that's like the perspective it's like a parent. Chevy kid and I didn't really feel like our parents did that to me personally but I I did understand like the compulsion that within the song. Yeah Yeah I had that voice in my own head it did not sound like Alanis Morissette. Her own parents But but I mean I thought I thought perfect was you know. And that's the thing like perfect. Got A lot of criticism for being too on the nose. But like I think it's one of those things where we only think things are on the nose or like It's so like played or whatever In retrospect because it was maybe the first one that was saying that so boldly and openly and like easily understandable to teenagers right. Yeah because I think that was really. I don't really feel like that was our other big hits at the time that I mean that was like A. It wasn't a song about having a crush on a girl. That's that's too cool for you. Which so many songs will always be about. It was a very unique sentiment. You know yeah I thought it was insane with man. I remember at this point in my life like hearing a Song Lake. Forgiven being like. Whoa yeah again shocking. Yeah can you do that? Alanna US you're going to get in so much trouble you can't do that. You're going to get excommunicated Atlanta's but that was interesting like like sort of looking at those two songs like it clearly was directed at a teen audience. I mean it had these that were directly meant to appeal to that but then you had such heavy concepts like that like like kind of like dark stuff on there that yeah I feel like. That's one of the reasons that people love it so much was. I had a sense of respect towards its listeners. You know like these are things that you you might actually be feeling or thinking about. But if you're not I know you're young but it's okay you can think about big things and I would say the same for Right through you. I remember right through you really like as I got older like really connected with that idea of like I mean it's different depending on what field you go into and certainly like. I think there's a lot more. It seems to me in the entertainment industry. A Lot. More of this like like she describes like she's treated as this like sweet naive little. Oh you gotTa Guitar and you're right. You're little poems and make them into song. All that's adorable. I bet you WANNA make a record. Well what are you? GonNa do for me like I like..
"oncle joe" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"You say that can you do that stop in your record senator sure never done it but always been office hands calmly hers will become the first female president of the United States or Elizabeth Warner whoever incredibly powerful well we've got says be strong or incredibly stupid we need to be trouble who didn't like Kamel Heris might just not turn now they think wait a minute voting for you because I don't like her right exactly yeah you way better maybe you'd end up with the negatives of both can it's people don't like you wouldn't call for people don't like her wooden boat right other than that I love your plan okay a lot of people will do that as a bus will not resign because busy right right right right right right yeah you you know what's really interesting is because the idea of him possibly being president for eight years starting at seventy nine no is that old well it's damn near if if you're off you're not off by much so awesome what's interesting though is among the big four he got oncle Joe we were talking about then you get to to communists who are just way different policy wise and and then come on nobody likes anymore I mean it almost have to be what was the name that people floated the first time this came up long time ago the one term she's the she ran for office in right but but to finish my point if it if it were an old George W. bush and a younger Mitt Romney a couple of moderate Republicans so listen I know you kinda like the way I.
"oncle joe" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Dana show. I'm sorry. Not sorry about sorry. The shows that I turned down and motive to speak to you. You would be very impressed with yourself data that I could use in live around the world, are you a citizen or are you a subject because I'm a citizen, and I'll ask whatever question I want to win ever. I want to if you're subject, you go on a Nubia subject. I'm a citizen for Dino show. Number one, we have the greatest income inequity a history United States merica since ninety two in the fact of the matter is, there is plenty plenty of money to go around the first thing I would do as president was eliminate the president's tax cut. That's what to get with Joe. That's what you what you want to pay more taxes. We'll have that people vote for sloppy Joe. How're you doing? Welcome to the Danish show. I've Sergio Sanchez and we've fired up southern command again in for Dana, thank you. Dana. Thank you. Chris and brother sugar cane producer Steven all the gang. Thanks for having us on again. You're welcome to join the show at eight four four three four four Dana eight four four three four four thirty to sixty two Oncle, Joe says he wants to raise your taxes. You know what you're going to get if that's what you want this to try to equal SE. I don't know how exactly the tax people. More taxing industry more, and you work in for living, especially in the private sector. You know, the place where new wealth is generated the private sector, where that new wealth is seized at the what Harry Reid said, voluntary taxes for. It is downright sees if you don't surrender it, you're going to jail. That's the truth. And this voluntary tax system in our country. You don't pay taxes, you lose your stuff. You're going to jail. Massa truth are voluntary taxes, as Harry Reid said a long time ago. I don't know exactly what Joe talking about. Where you surrender your wealth to the federal government, and we all know that Oncle Sam, and all government for that matter is, you know, is really good at managing assets. And. Well, I mean, just, just look at the fact that they're clear debt. Right. The got a balanced budget. No debt. No deficits. Right. That's, that's the government. That's all government, isn't it? Wrong on Joe. He proposes to raise taxes take capital away from the capitalist to do what but the economy's too hot things are just way too prosperous right now. Uncle Joe you to you want a slam on the break. And, and maybe try to equalize this income, inequality equalize it so that more people are miserable. Maybe that's the plan. Right. If you can't have it's like with your kids. Right. One kid's got a toy say got several kids, because let me let me look the a biblical example, for example got five talents for talents and one talent. Right. It's like the one one talent thing. I don't have five westbound is gonna bury mine. Okay. You junior. You got you got five home to take all years away from you. You with four and that's not fair. I'm gonna take years away from you as well. How, how is that supposed to promote more wealth generation, and let me repeat and the private sector, the private sector, where new wealth, new money is created where things are invented. New demand is created by even by some of these left, these people that create a tablets and smartphones all the suffering, new technology things that just years ago. We never thought we could live without they create it. And then we want it so much we're willing to pay through the nose and pay monthly subscription services to keep us tethered to the worldwide web, as we're driving around town. We're driving texting, and we're paying for all the smart technology stuff that we didn't know it was going to exist. And now, we can't live without that's the private sector that government didn't create all this software government didn't create the tablets. They didn't create the smartphones create the flat screen television, all the stuff that we demand. We can't live with the private sector where the wealthy sees and he put that wealth samples that well, in the piggy Bank, the government piggyback to pay for government jobs, government project, and yes, all the answer. Is that, that the federal government shouldn't be doing no business knowing like, what, what is what are some of the more ridiculous things that you find in the pig book, which, by the way? May I one of my producers Roxanne saying, hey, the piglets out the big books out, you know, government waste. Go fish. Go find it. It's the pig. Both the annual pig book on federal government, wastes. I've yet to put my eyes on it. I can't wait to see what we're spending what you and I, especially in the private sector, where we are taxed Caesar wealth to put in the federal piggy Bank to pay for all these grants, and pro, I can't wait to see what we bought with all that money, private sector, private sector, money that went into the piggy Bank. Can't wait the pig books. So go search it. I was going to say Google it. But no, I'd say taken down a little bit. You know Google. They need some competition. There's there's bang. B A N, G dot com. Being a said go being the thing the pig book, okay? Uncle Joe wants to redistribute a sees wealth. He's not gonna redistributed by the way, it's all going to stay in federal coffers full in order to, to waste more money, inefficiency middleman, multiple layers of bureaucracy. That's the way the government works. In the meantime, now that, you know, Joe is going to raise taxes. Let me present to you, and I want to send a big hug, and a kiss to all my patriot family in Orlando. Florida. Drew all the crew had w d oh proud. Dana show affiliate in Orlando that is the launching pad for Trump twenty twenty today. Man, I wish I was down there with you guys. I know exactly what I'd be doing right in, if I was in Orlando, Florida. Well aside from spending some time withdrew in the crew and get some lunch. He said, right now, it's t minus I wanna say is, I'm guessing, it's probably like t minus seven hours before the rally in since I've got my little like, I'm a little press pass. I can do some other stuff. I you don't you know what I'd be I'd beat Disneyland? That's what I'd be. I'd be in line for the two hour. Wait time for space mountain. I know I can't. And I don't think you guys have the new Star Wars thing at in Florida. Right. It's, it's only California the store was thinking forward. It comes up here pretty soon. And then I leave after, you know, couple rides on space about, and then head on over to the Bank conference center, twenty thousand seats twenty thousand capacity of the Amway center forgetting, let me let me look for the copy on here. There we go. Thousands of supporters they're already lined up. I'll see if I can get chances, speak to one of the gang over WDBO here later in the show. That some of these people camp out. That's what I wanna how many people camped out waiting in line for this kickoff rally the launching pad for Trump twenty twenty in Orlando. Florida today at the Amway center. Man, can you imagine I feel so bad for you because I know what humidity is like deep, south Texas near the coast near south Padre island with triple digit temperatures here in deep, south Texas. It's the same thing out in Florida. I know you guys are suffering from sweltering heat and humidity all God, love you..
"oncle joe" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Going on the supreme court? First of all. That's just not true. Okay. Brett cavin. I had the smallest margin. Anyone was going on the supreme court. So thanks for that Senate history. Joe Biden bet cabinet was confirmed on the supreme court with a vote of fifty to forty nine think, I think Clarence Thomas was fifty four fifty five votes fifty four votes. So just factually incorrect Oncle Joe, but don't let facts get in the way of good narrative. But no matter what the issue is no matter what the topic is still buying has been on every single issue. Nineteen seventy-four Joe Biden one said that quote when it comes to civil rights and civil liberties, I'm a liberal, but that's it. I'm really white quite conservative on most other issues. Are you kidding me? And nine hundred seventy four Joe Biden said, quote, I'm really quite conservative on most other issues in two thousand nineteen. I'm told I get criticized by the quote new left, quote, I have the most progressive record of anyone running for president and anybody who would run now. Listen, Joe, if you're going to try to out socialist Bernie Sanders, you are going to lose if you are going to try to be I'm the most socialist guy running or who socialist is it anyway, some new kind of variation of it. You will lose to Elizabeth ward you'll lose to Cory Booker. You will lose to Bernie Sanders run on actually being a centrist who could solve problems run as a centrist who can bring people together. Instead when you said, quote, I'm a liberal. But that's it. I'm really quite conservative most other issues nineteen seventy four I can't wait to see how that plays a democrat primary, right? Mr producer. I can't wait to see how that works and every single I'll give you one more example every single level of the issue, Joe Biden has been four he's been against even when it comes to segregation at one point Joe Biden argued for segregation. He's trying to be this great civil rights candidate. He literally eulogized Robert Byrd who is the former. Former KKK leader democrat, Hillary Clinton, and Joe Biden, we're really good friends within former Senator KKK leader, no matter what the issue is. Joe Biden has been either side of the more example thousand nine hundred seven by the time Biden, I ran for president Ntini seven he adopted much of Reagan's antigovernment message in his pitch to democratic voters. What Joe Biden is an opportunist. He only does what the sway of the American people want right now in order to get the democrat nomination he has to try to rewrite Alkalis himself. He has to try to camouflage himself and tried to make himself some sort of political and fibrin to convince people that he's really this social Justice progressive. He said, quote, nineteen eighty-seven government can do many things. But in the final analysis government can act a little more than as a catalyst Biden said this on the stump. We must demand more of ourselves. Our managers are workers are consumers are needed to change their attitudes in order to revitalize the society. Thanks conservative. Uncle joe. I mean, I agree. I agree. With nineteen eighty-seven Joe Biden who says we need to do more for ourselves. You know, what a message now in two thousand fifteen Joe Biden, we to commit to sixteen years of free public education all of our children. We all know that twelve years of public education is not enough as a nation. Let's make the same commitment to a college education today that we made to a high school education one hundred years ago. Well, that's that's really interesting. I mean, he has been literally two sides of every single issue. And here's another interesting one nine hundred seventy five because this is now a big one for reparations, everyone talks about reparations reparations reparations, and I got actually some very interesting questions about reparations and here reparations nineteen seventy five job on. I don't feel responsible for the sins of my father and grandfather, I feel responsible for what the situation is today for the sins of my own generation. And I'll be damned if I feel responsible to pay for what happened three hundred years ago. Joe you have lost a democrat primary if that is your current position. I'm telling you right now. I I want you to I want to reread it. If I said this. If Carly Kirk said, it this way, I would be in trouble. Okay. Here's a democrat says, I got three read this again, I don't feel responsible for the sins of my father and grandfather, I feel responsible for what the situation is today pounding his fist impound with this for the sense of my generation, and I'll be damned if I feel responsible to pay for what happened three hundred years ago two thousand nineteen we don't have a common yet from the vice president reparations we need a comment from vice president Joe Biden, former vice president
"oncle joe" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The nominee that will accept his party's nomination in Milwaukee in June of twenty twenty will be the man announcing his candidacy for the presidency of the United States on Wednesday. That would be former vice president Joe Biden. Hear me out. Yes, creepy Joe Oncle Joe as Donald Trump called him sleepy. Joe? Yes. Joe Biden will be the nominee. If you're not aware, the news broke few hours ago that people close to the former vice president say he will announce he's running on Wednesday apparently shot a video. Couple of weeks ago in Pennsylvania, the home. He he grew up in efforts to highlight that he understands working class concerns again that's been his mantra since he's been a United States Senator before he was the vice president. I'd states. I mentioned the real clear politics poll, he still leads obviously this early in the race that has more to do with name recognition than anything else. But number one is still number one. And I know he doesn't exactly represent where the Democratic Party is moving and continues to move farther to the left farther to the socialist wing of the Bernie Sanders of the world the Alexandria L. Kasey Cortez's of the world. So how in the world is Bernie going to be the nominee? Once they start casting votes in Iowa. Then New Hampshire South Carolina right on down the list. Well, unlike Democrats, I liked to go to facts, it's a crazy thing facts. In recent history has shown. That vice presidents. Have a strong advantage in presidential primaries. Let me give you an example. Of our twelve most recent vice presidents only five didn't actually seek the nomination starting with again this goes for both parties Spiro Agnew. Well, he resigned. So obviously he didn't run for President Nelson Rockefeller. He died Dan Quayle. He ran into thousand didn't get the nomination. Obviously, they went to George W Bush and Dick Cheney Bush forty three's. Vice president. I don't think he really had any interest to be president. Of course, the Democrats will say he was a shadow president. Okay. The fifth vice president not to go onto seek the presidential nomination is Joe Biden who obviously declined to run in two thousand sixteen against Hillary. Not shying away this time around. His chances to win. The nomination are strong for host reasons. I wanna lay out right now for you. Most modern presidents. Retain big time popularity after they leave office. Especially with their own party. The vice president is then in theory able to translate that popularity into a successful run. Whether we like it or not Barack Obama is a very popular former president, especially with the democratic base. In fact in the new Pew Research Center. He's the best president again top of mind, but you can cast your vote. However, you want forever reason you want? True. There are downsides. Binds run for president. Twice or three times. At least twice granite eighty eight. That's what he had to drop out due to plagiarism. But again think about it. Half the electorate doesn't even know that ensure it will be brought up as it. Should they people care think Democrats care? No. They don't care that Joe Biden plagiarize things three years ago. In fact, they don't even care about the recent allegations. In a brand new Fox News poll when get Fox News. When asked women specifically whether or not the criticisms that Joe, Biden touched women and made them feel uncomfortable. Would dissuade you from voting for him. Only nineteen percent of women said, no. Concerned about that. When it comes to democratic women only fourteen percent were concerned. It's a non issue this creepy Joe stuff again, not put out by conservatives. Now, put up Republicans. Guessing someone in the Sanders campaign or another candidate trying to take Joe knowing how strong of a candidate. He will be. Try to blood him up before he makes the announcement. Or maybe best case scenario, if you're some of these campaign staffers, get him run it all clearly that's not happening Joe jumping in the race on Wednesday. So it's not going to be an issue. Democrats are desperate to beat Donald Trump. Similar to here in Wisconsin. When it comes to now, former governor Scott Walker. They don't care. Who the nominee is? Sure, the true believers don't want an old white guy who is by today's standards and the Democratic Party a moderate. But when their preferred candidate mayor Pete Beto, Elizabeth Warren isn't the nominee in it becomes clear that will be the case they will do everything in their power to win. Because when you're a democrat, the ends justify the means, you will do what ever it takes to get what you want and more than they want Joe Biden to be the nominee or the president of the United States. They do not want that horrible racist misogynistic pig of a human being Donald J Trump to remain the president. That will outweigh anything else. In as much as the socialist wing of the Democratic Party, not just.
"oncle joe" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The record for opening for tickets sold on the first day available of Star Wars, and it beat it in like six hours. No kidding. Yeah. Yeah. I have no way of predicting what's hot. And what's not for hero movies? This is going to be three hours law. Long tuna quarter hours. A punching believes punching was about to ask you is your review so much punching. That'd be my preview because I have yet to see it once I see it. Yeah. We'll tell you how much punching but my previews anticipate much punch. You know, I've only seen one superhero movie ever. And it was the spider verse movie. And that was a really good movie that movie was phenomenal and possibly an unfair bar to judge other other superhero movies against we listen to the soundtrack all the time to which is also phenomenal my kids free and love that thing any way. So there's more hair Sniffen knows Robbins. Oh, yeah. More insidious stuff. Oh, really? Yeah. More trouble and stuff Oncle. Joe? I think is going to hold onto his legacy is kind of a benign if slightly weird charming old guy liked by everyone. He's not getting in. 'cause I saw the Ukraine story, which I'm sure we're gonna talk about that one. Yeah. That's a real problem. Yeah. That's not. Why did you rub your nose against Minos? That's a real problem. And it to me it just seems like look somebody out there. And I don't know if it's all the candidates or one in particular, or at donor or or who, but somebody is trying to make it clear to Joe Biden. Look, this is what's headed your way. Right. We are gonna savage you on call Joe as you just said, you're a beloved figure in this town. Everybody likes you. Your funeral is going to be huge. It's going to be like John McCain's people from both parties are going to get glowing speeches if you don't get in. But if you get in it's gonna get ugly. We're gonna kill you your personal life all kinds of stuff. That's something. It's let's introduce everybody in the squad start there with our board operator Michelangelo pressing buttons flipping toggles pulling levers sorry this morning, Michael. I'm gonna good my mom had her seventieth birthday last night has a good time. But you know, it's hard to compete against little kids when they give presents because they they put it in a frame as a pictures of. Themselves. They had painted a framed and signed him for her and she gets emotional, and then I show up and here's a gift card to that nursery around the corner. Oh, man the gift card. Did you put it in an envelope? Got her some pots, she. Some pot. No, no pot says in my gardening. Beautiful flower. Green special strain. Outgrown the sticky, bud. Consider it was supposed to be a sweet story. Why is it even though you didn't do this make that clear why is handing somebody a gift card so much taxpayer than like putting it in a gift bag with a little crepe paper on top and a bow. And everything like that. It's still just a little effort. It's not much different though than just handing a gift card, which is not much different than here's the twenty dollar Bill. Disagree only in that little effort is infinitely a greater multiple zero zero zero zero would be giving them nothing. But here's a twenty dollar Bill next year. I'm just going to trace my hand. And then like sign it, you know, like fingerpainted and give she seems to like that. Got one on your wall. From what I'm three? Here's one know forty something contrast skills. Really is positive Sean who smile lights up the room. Are you Sean doing very well? I've been attempting to make some some minor kind of lifestyle changes in in regards to. I guess it's called being an adult and. Yeah, I know it's really overrated from what I can tell so far. But I used to do this thing where you know, like once a month. I would just do a deep clean on my part just really kind of getting there. But I want I'm doing I'm trying to do more of the just maintaining as we go. So I don't have these build up days. That's the only way to actually clean in my opinion. We are car your house, your anything, you gotta do ongoing all the time. The I'm going to clean it big every now, and then just everybody I've ever known like that has a crappy Karna crappy house. You're not wrong. Goes to what we've talked about on the show to where to make real habits and the way you get good at things just to do it a little bit each day over a long period of time. And and so, yeah, I don't know about it, you know, three weeks into this or something and I haven't quit yet. There you go. That's a good one. That is a good. I'm trying to get my kids on that. Right. Whatever container. You had in the car while we're traveling take put it in the trash when we get out. It's not let them build up over time. Right. There's Marshall Phillips who does our news everyday. How you marshal. I'm doing very well. We got a pair of celebrity birthdays today, I up comedian and actor Mr. Eddie Murphy, turning fifty eight today any Murphy who has eleven kids something salon doesn't at least. It's a lot of kids. Eddie's NetWorth coming in at an estimated one hundred and twenty million dollars and along with that it is a birthday for the one the only Bob week. Oh, boy Alec Baldwin turned sixty two today. Net worth sixty five million dollars. We've been playing that Alex bald wig clips so much. I have to stop and think what the man's name. Really? I don't remember where it came from. Where did it come from all that was one of the photographers? He beat up. One of the paparazzi who he roughed up at some common. And the interviewer said what happened to rally knock me down kick me guy said who did and legs Baldwin Baldwin. That's hilarious. You don't even know the name of the guy chasing around with a camera. That's hilarious. I'm Jack Armstrong. He's Joe on this Wednesday third the twenty nineteen or Armstrong and Getty. And we approve of this program from words of Marvin Gaye, let's get it on precisely according to FCC rules and regulations at Mark call him. I don't know him. Well, I was gonna say welcome to the world. Joe? Good time. Joe?.
"oncle joe" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"About saying that it is a modern day? Sorry. Okay. So I will say this about that case. I think that the facts are still unfolding. And. Well, the facts are really will the facts were still unfolding when you call it a modern day lynching. Would you accept the entire thing? You took this kid's word for it. So now you want to be retrospective. Now, you wanna take your that's going to be the woman who takes takes down President Trump. I don't think. So I don't think so eight hundred six five five Mike eight hundred six five five six four five three. Let's get started. Scott your first up. How are you Scott? Good. How about yourself? I'm doing great. Thanks. Couldn't be better. These kids today. They don't have a clue what's going on. You know, socialism and stuff. All of this free college. You know, solitude wanna go prestige college who's paying for that? You know, the college ferry pays for it, Scott. It's. There's a there's a there's a tuition tree out in the backyard. Use plunk out the money out, the branches Scott. Yeah. Sanders coming out and calling the president of a racist. Get out. That's what's what's wrong with America. Right there. You know? And I being white. I'm ashamed of what he's saying. And did all he should this out of there. Well, remember something when Bernie Sanders calls Donald Trump a racist. He's calling half the country or better a racist as well. Because if you support President Trump then by extension you'd have to be a racist. And he knows here's Bernie cut number eight. Here's here's Bernie. Now. This is he was social socialist before. Socialism was cool. All right. Here's good old. Bernie. He's about one hundred and four isn't it? I mean, all these guys by knocking on eighty Biden is the guy that they keep saying, and I have shed on paper. It seems like Biden could give Trump a run for his money until you realize that in his first term he'd be in his eighties. And I listened. I know sixty is the new forty I don't know that eighty is the news fifty or whatever. It's an old old, man. We all want to get there. But you ought to be retired Oncle Joe not trying to run the country and deal with all the challenge. I'd like to see Joe Biden keep Donald Trump's schedule. What is about eighty one eighty two? They'll be wheeling him around, you know, from room to roam from the celerion over to the bedroom. Here we go. Here's Bernie cut number eight with his video announcement of running for president. I'm Bernie Sanders. I'm running for president. And I'm asking you today to be part of an unprecedented grassroots campaign of one million active volunteers in every state in our country. Our campaign is not only about the feeding Donald Trump. The most dangerous president in modern American history. It is all about winning the democratic nomination and the general election. Our campaign is about transforming our country, and creating a government based on the principles of.
"oncle joe" Discussed on JKNews
"I I also think though, like entrepreneurship what I realized now is there's a reason why it's like less than five percent of the population because we're fucking weird people this generation. No just being an entrepreneur. Like, it's it hasn't been something cool until recently like back, then no one wanted to be a business owner like that's a boring, right? Like back, then it was like like, you wanna be athlete fucking musician DJ, a dancer even. Who the fucks like in two thousand and four said like. I'm a fucking own a Donut shop besides you. Right. Yeah. Oh, and then one thing what was a critical point of ours. Was like, you know, I think at the time, the we my brother, and I we had, you know, generate some income in the first year or I did. And then we're like, hey, should we continue doing this? Or should we open up a Donut? Shop. There's a there's a building on San Gabriel boulevard. I won't tell you specifically where it is. But it was it was was created and built and developed for our Donut. Shop dude you right now how good my fan base is they will find shit. They will like there Durst. They're amazing at like finding small shit also. Yeah. So like, they might even find it like, they might even leave a comment. Like, I know it was built in this. They'll look at city records, they'll be you'll look it up. So we were gonna make actually my brother, and I it was his idea. He we were gonna make the original. Oncle joe's. That's what I was going to be called. And so they built a building. They just for you guys. Yeah. They design the whole building. With with our commitment that we're going to have the original cajoles there. So we went seventy five percent into this say you put money into it. We put we put all of our money that we made the prophet into that. So how much was that? I think that that time with the that was cash flow was like his Sixers sixty or seventy thousand for the first few months. It was seven thousand dollar investment not into the building. Okay. It was like two for the moment. And all that not to the building. Okay. So we worked with with like a developer. I see right at that time, which is very rare that people the yeah, then. Yeah. So we put in like, sixty seventy grand whatever we had disposable that. We didn't have to recycle into the business. And then we actually ended up like pretty much throwing everything away me or like, we we. Yeah, we had to like give back or sell back the equipment, which you know, we still have discounted value. Because we were we hit. This this fork in the road were located. Should we continue this even businesses it going to be scalable? Yeah. Can we make a living? Yeah. Or should we go our traditional route and be like all the family history? Be a doctor like our dad be Baker like our dad, you know, or just go and do what we wanna do what we learned. We just are good at and then pursue that. I think that's what people was run into. And then, you know, I like inner it's proven today, we made an awesome decision. And I sometimes I do I don't I don't make a lot of regrets. At all. Look, I always liked to look back at things and see how life kinda like move me towards this direction. Especially when it's a fork where it's like clear as day Donut shop or video game accessory company. Right. Because my dad was always like, hey, you know, he he's like give us a rule of quarters go to pacman, arcade, and he'd wait for me. My brother to to play to school people in street fighter. Once we school people towards ten dollar roles and leave, you know, and he always told us. Hey, this is fun. But you can never he actually Dow. Outed us for the first two three years to even understand it. He didn't understand my mom. She didn't really understand. She was just like, hey, you can you guys actually make a living in business? You did you show her the numbers? We actually never show them. How to me, but they saw shipping packages all day..
"oncle joe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Have an episode two of burying Alexis that was. Hey, yeah. Ooh. Let me add that to my. Oh. Speaking of things, I said that on my happy list is making fun of be Arthur that brings me joy. Equal quantities. To making a Lexus laugh. Both of those things bring me joy in equal quantities. If I can get lex belly laughing and making fun of be Arthur, oh, that's why can do that in one segment testing. If I put the freak you guys out to that brings joy. Often. With you guys for sure. Well, we laughed heartily. Because do we have one on the ready? Can we get it ready? Yeah. I can do you want me to play it. Okay. Last week. Alexis was commenting on the story that Disney World is a favorite place for people to dump the ashes of their loved ones like Oncle, Joe dump I'm over here by Dumbo. And then and then and DisneyWorld is like, okay, people stop it. So that got us talking, and we had a rather morbid conversation as we tend to do. And I said, hey that was me you could dump me at south fork. And then dawn, you didn't want to be any trouble at all weren't you? You said just I just wanted to be buried I want to haunt. I want my whole body. So that I can show up as an apparition. So this then we get we get to Alexis. We save a Lexus for last. And so Don said I want to haunt people. Easy peasy covergirl just dumped me in my ziplock bag just dumped me at south fork. I don't care where in a Bush in the pool wherever so then we turn to Alexis and Alexis like, okay?.
"oncle joe" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"To three w d t k it's the john mccullough show darryl would sitting in so glad so many of you want to talk about this as one of the subjects we are broaching today charlene's listening and troy has a comment charleen thanks so much for calling well you know they got a couple of communist agitators there to to to take the and you know so they can make your own little news about that you're saying that the president was moved up the thing that gets me is the same people who want to take the knee because of country having had slavery at one time even though historically has occurred all over the world every culture the same people the while you know that sh singing the praises of people like lenin and tries gave responsible for the mill the desktop ten million russians of stalin oncle joe killed so many russians are not even sure it goes from twenty to sixty million you know they take all these mao but a wonderful guy he was he he murdered twelve thirty million of his chinese citizens but that's great you know that's just progress you let's communism you gotta break a couple of eggs in order to make an omelet but take they keep going on and on and on about slavery this country and it was wrong but who impose it on the country was the british government the government that they that they love so much was the one that imposed on the colonies because they needed labor they couldn't get enough english to go over and and work the fire and the other part about that charlene that we have to be careful to remember is is as ignominious is the institution of slavery as you pointed out it's not unique to america even though it has been referred to in american history as our peculiar institution fact of the matter is it predates the american republic by many many centuries additionally it was the south that decided to tie itself to eight one industry economy as opposed to the rest of the.
"oncle joe" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast
"Of the the feeling i get that they're also a little bit worried about oncle joe that they think that joe biden be has the kind of message that could hurt them because it's so close to the core trump message without all of the all of the the baggage surrounding it that at least he reaches a segment of the democratic party out or at least the democratic party's piece in the past that current democrats of really struggled with i think that's absolutely true and he also has a great name recognition and i think left the vice president's office on a bit of a high um you know it would be interesting i think if he ran because he is uh on the older side like trump and we would have another in a democrats i think have been looking for fresher younger faces and the party i'm in a sense that they need new voices and so i think it would be interesting if he ran but you're right i think the white house is worried about him as well you know to to be clear i think there are a lot of leading democrats who sort of think it's funny to begin with that the white house's writing off a lot of these people because they keep pointing out you know trump didn't win the popular vote trump is at very very low historically low approval numbers there are sort of this weird thing going on where a lot of republicans are sort of like while he's invincible he'll never lose in a reelection match up especially against someone like bernie sanders our kamala harris eight year just because they're conventional politicians but a lot of democrats their counterargument to that as well yes sure but they don't have all the baggage that hillary clinton had so what's the reason to believe that they wouldn't just be trump easily obviously is extremely premature here and there are a lot of celebrities stock me about running on my list of forty one there are at least five or six billionaires a few moguls who want to jump in there but uh you know the reality here is the democrats feel pretty good about themselves and when they hear that the white house asserts that sorta saying we got 2020 in the bag they're kind of like well you're led to think that if you want but.
"oncle joe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Take a look we wanna take money and put it back in the pocket of middleclass beat anybody making over two hundred fifty thousand dollars is going to pay got his time to be patriotic turn to repatriate a k more in taxes oncle joe biden currently arguing with a lamp in the corner some room somewhere losing losing the argument on points by the way but that he thought this was a a common mantra throughout the obama administration patriotic to pay more in taxes whites it patriotic and liberals all got on board is patriotic i do love i get a comment on how joe biden says we wanna take some money and put it back in the pockets of the middle class about you just don't take it in the first place because you're not putting money back in people's pockets you're taking it from one person's pocket and putting an end somebody else's pocket that's the difference let people keep their thrown money figure out what to do with it but as the liberals predict armageddon doom and gloom over the tax new tax law taking effect on january 1st the the washington post has compiled by things to do before january first to lower your tax bill very nice of them even though they are opposed to it now the people as we know impacted by the tax bill the most are the wealthiest among us people who have mortgages of over seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars to with pera party taxes over ten thousand dollars easy it's not some guy living out in rural virginia in the middle of nowhere these are very wealthy people got gotta really gotta have a lot of property or a lot i house to pay over ten grand and property taxes so the washington post is very concerned they wanna make sure that uh the wealthy aren't getting hit with higher taxes are aren't getting in our kidding as much of a tax deduction as possible it's weird to see liberals advocating for tax avoidance but that's where we are so what are the things that the worshiping ten post recommends that you do to.
"oncle joe" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Lobby philip roadwork bid your entered towards an upgrade project habitzl eight o'clock the do it tonight and if you want to join us on facebook it the like all the edge reforms author too all you have to do is go to the rana don't show 'akau'ola radio raanan don's top five number all of short award ramadan so a tough avocado the girls of america by glue strolled into wrongdoing is it charging parents ahead of the holiday season nod to force their daughters to hug relatives at family gatherings the organization posted a reminder article addressee no the issued says a have you ever insisted you know like oncle joe get over here and i just give uncle joe a big hug uh the article says according to the girl scouts into tsa the nave with article mike is raise a happy girl reads a got to remind parents of moments when they encouraged to force her daughters huggers relatives when that child just doesn't want to they say it is important to vote avoid early conditioning in young girls and we don't want to condition them that they all physical affection someone else had gone to say think of this where the pope says town your child that she oh somewhat a hug either just because she hasn't seen this person and while or because they gave her a gift can set the stage for a question whether she owes another person physical affection a girl scouts development does psychologists there said that it's not about physical but it's not just about physical bothers but it's also about teaching consent and the notion of consent may seem very grown up and like something that does appear pretend to children but the lessons girls learn well with they're young very very young uh it's it's important get this according to wa data from the rape abuse and incest national network thirty point four percent of child abuse victims are related to the perpetrator one in nine girls in one of the three boys under eighteen face sexual assault by an adult child protective services says that in two thousand thirteen forty seven thousand men and five thousand women were sexually abused towards children boys and girls in a lotta time this involves a relative right here do you think that to overreaction by a girl scouts of america do you think that some good direction i think it's decent direction.
"oncle joe" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"That allows me to keep more money that reduces the as of government that gets government out of health care all things the president trump has said he wants to do and all things republicans have stood four four years but can't quite get done under president trump that's what this is all about here this isn't about words because in november of 2020 we're going to decide whether or not we want to give trump four more years or we're gonna decide we've had enough that is if the democrats can muster up anyone to run against trump that has a fighting chance his democrats have nobody you wanna talk about bad leadership if you think trump's bad leader where the democrats don't have anybody me you think republicans were bad party the democrats to me are in shambles because they can't figure out which way to go either do they go the bernie sanders socialists way do they go the moderate way nobody knows you can't go with hillary clinton she's horrendous noone one trust her joe biden school but he's like oncle joe i no he's gonna be like 80 when he wrote it oh that's fine who else so the problem is we have a lack of leadership in washington it again getting back to why president trump was elected that's part of the reason most of us americans at least fifty issue percent are so sick of what's going in washington were willing to give donald trump a chance knowing he's got flaws knowing gave bombastic knowing that he speaks off the cuff in knowing that he has to be the best at every single thing i mean today he was trying to take credit for changing the military that's why they're making all these gains against isis in syria and iraq bro he didn't change them military but we all know that we all know the trump didn't change the military which is what he says and because i expect that i'm not shocked i don't have to say things like this guy has the apathy of a cockroach had to play for you one more time that's all i'm getting at here at some point the reality has to sit in the donald trump is donald trump he's going to tweet he's gonna say things that you know like he's going to say things.
"oncle joe" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"But it's were like two and a half hours and exhausted we need to get up the next morning at like six am and they just keep bringing stuff it's all delicious and gorgeous full and tired and we order desserts i get like a chocolate moose comes all balls spoon whatever and as i'm eating the chocolate moose i looked down and as you can imagine chuckle boost comes lable little spoon whatever i realized that both the ball and spoon are made of chocolate house like you know what this is wonderful this is not so bad life not so bad and we're fall and then ask for the check and the like well one more thing and they will over a a tray with like fifteen pounds blida early fifteen pounds of just chocolate and i have to turn away a desert tray of chocolate because i'm fall and that was slough wives turned away for my flipflops and then evening ends with me turning away a fifteen pound chocolate trey um it was it was good time i recommend the mulfi coast to any but pose atanas pre touristy capri is very touristy i yelled at a middle aged woman about over taxis accused me of cutting align i didn't speak any italian sheet didn't speak english who was not rape um other that as a beautiful area the world tie and was very difficult to leave so i had a great time more good it's good to have you back but i'm glad you had that experience and it was a lot of fun to uh to share in the festivities with guys so thank you again for the invite and uh tell me who tell me who is upset at me who was upset like high the comments of your wedding yalta is now i'm not say i'm not saying anything more is it that fraud elliott people people on this side of the side of the fence seem to think that you are very critical of of the hildebrand nazel's are we talking about oncle joe i'm not given out names are we talking my may not per i'm not going to give my sources way i can't talk about it in an open session i had a magical time of your wedding.