21 Burst results for "Peggy Sue"

My interview with a hologram

Talking Tech

03:42 min | 1 year ago

My interview with a hologram

"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Hey, it's Jefferson Graham with USA, you know, recently, I went to a recording studio in Los Angeles. Where I watched the ghost of the late singer ROY orbison sort of appear out of thin air like a ghost. And it was pretty weird. It was a hologram and the whole idea was that some tech savvy guys had figured out a way to recreate somebody who's been dead since nineteen eighty eight put him on a stage have him sing a bunch of songs in charge fifty to one hundred dollars for that who's buying? Let me tell you all about it on today's episode of talking tech. So last year a company called base hologram took ROY orbison on the road starting off in Europe where they sold out shows even at that steep ticket price he performed with the London Symphony Orchestra than they brought him to the United States and sales were so so I wonder why. By now, the organizers have not given up there doubling down and they're going to pair, ROY orbison. Whose course best known for sing songs. Like only the lonely and oh Pretty Woman with buddy, Holly. He's the guy also from the nineteen fifties. Best known for Peggy sue not fade away in many other songs. The two of them are going to share the Bill as holograms now. I personally wouldn't pay two dollars to see them in concert. It's an interesting technique. I applaud them for the technology. What they've been able to do this little ghost looks pretty lifelike. But it gets tiring after a few minutes and to each their own even if they wanna put Elvis and Marilyn Monroe James Dean holograms on tour if they wanna do great shows with bringing back the great Dwayne Allman Jimi Hendrix in having an all-star rock. Concert. I'm still going to watch the clips on YouTube instead of paying one hundred dollars to go. See what are your thoughts? Everyone would you pay hundred dollars to go. See it hologram. Let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please great and review and subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio I will be back at you tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of technology. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them. And hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech, talk with their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job and to actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E C H T A L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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"peggy sue" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"Martin Jerrell Buchenwald mardi Belan created the airplane in the mid nineteen sixties along with Paul cantor and grace slick mardi Belan was seventy six Jeff Emmerick was fifteen years old when he started working at EMI records as. As an assistant engineer by nineteen sixty three Jeff was a full-fledged audio engineer mixing music for the Beatles. He did it so well, he produced the much admired revolver album and sergeant peppers and Abbey Road. And later for Paul McCartney's solo work, Jeff Emmerick the Beatles engineer has died from a heart attack at age, seventy two. And it may have been rock pioneer buddy Holly who sang about Peggy sue, but she married the drummer in Holly's band, the crickets. The song was originally called Cindy Lou after Holly's niece, but drummer, Jerry Allison had something to say about that after meeting Peggy, sue Garin, Peggy, sue Garin Rackham died this week. She bastard seventy eight after a long unpopular life on forty fives with trade deals in the news. It's only right. We acknowledged the storage deal just drug between Canada and the island nation of Jamaica. The island nation was already known for a tie. Quality marijuana, which has improved over the three years since the laws were relaxed there, and it's now ready for export Canada as its full legalization approaches is ready to import quoting Jamaica's minister of industry, commerce, agriculture, and fisheries. The finest cannabis is to be found in Jamaica. Fort Collins, Colorado, nine one one. What's your emergency high said? The boy who'd placed the call. This isn't an emergency. He said, but I'm tame years old and I'm working on my math homework right now, and I can't figure out what seventy. One divided by three thousand fifty. Two is the boy and his fellow citizens have since been reminded that nine one one is only for real emergencies not for help with your homework. Police felt. They had to say that since the nine one one dispatcher using a calculator cave, the boy, the correct answer. Forty two point nine if you care but didn't already know. But the kids books finally arrived VERA Walker of Orlando, Florida ordered a set of doctor Seuss's books for a little granddaughter, and they've now arrived twenty years late. The little granddaughter is now twenty four years old, but the granddaughter can still be grateful for the gift said, she now has a little boy who's just about five. So horse runs into a bar in chantilly France. If you customers in a gambling bar, ran for safety. As a horse came charging through the place, which just happens to be a gambling near racetrack. We'll take the Philly to show. Two US army soldiers stationed at joint base. Elmendorf Richardson near Anchorage. Alaska went bear hunting. It didn't go well for them or the bear twenty year old, William McCormick shot the bear while it was on top of a ridge. William of standing below the two hundred pound bear, which landed on top of him along with miscellaneous rocks. William will be all right, but he's pretty banged up the nineteen year. Old soldier with him did not shoot the bear and was not injured. You can tell autumn is coming. The squirrels in central park today were being counted. The annual squirrel census is underway with the help of squirrel counting volunteers. A group of researchers is counting the eastern graze in New York, central park. The researchers plan to create an interactive map of where the squirrels live work and play, and the routes they take to get from one place to another. Quoting the founder of the squirrel census you will see the park through the eyes of the squirrel. And finally, oh, what that kangaroo must have seen while it ran or hopped from authorities in Jupiter, Florida after escaping from its home at Jupiter, farm sanctuary a week later stormy is back in custody stormy, the kangaroos owner had been hit with five citations from state wildlife officials who say they're trying to figure out how the kangaroo escaped until we hear the results of that investigation. Let's go with it. Hopped out. I bus Burbank. Thanks for listening and supporting my sponsors and love Burbank dot com. I'll be back next Thursday with another buzz, Burbank news and comment. Preceding presentation was brought to you by the realm network.

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Real-life 'Peggy Sue,' inspiration for Buddy Holly's song, has died at 78

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Real-life 'Peggy Sue,' inspiration for Buddy Holly's song, has died at 78

"And it may have been rock pioneer buddy Holly who sang about Peggy sue, but she married the drummer in Holly's band, the crickets. The song was originally called Cindy Lou after Holly's niece, but drummer, Jerry Allison had something to say about that after meeting Peggy, sue Garin, Peggy, sue Garin Rackham died this week. She bastard seventy eight after a long

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"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Just from what I observed, your tolerance is your ability what you have inside of you to understand us facts and intellect is more about just knowing facts. For example, you take ask them, oh, northern Alaska. They've been up there for hundreds of years. They survive up there where it's forty fifty. Oh, they make their igloos. They live off seals. I can't imagine how they do that. They have their own language and their culture, and they must have a high IQ high intelligence. However, if you took those us come on, drop them off and like Manhattan somewhere, just there for code and no knowledge of what's going on. Good chance. They beat dad. They wouldn't make it or they'd be dead or in jail. Something really bad happened with a few days. And conversely takes someone like Trump, I like Trump by the way. If you. And he's pretty smart and and bright as well. But if you dropped him off northern Alaska all by himself. As are as red tie. You'll be. Why. He would freeze to death or star, you know, within a couple of days, however, he's he's really high q.. That's kind of an example of what I'm trying to save understanding knowledge and facts and and doing something with it. Well, appreciate that. Thank you ready think you're probably right eskimo all wouldn't do that. Well, in New York, he'd be hard pressed to find a seal to eat or Naghlu to take cover. Conversely, Donald Trump wouldn't do that. Well, northern Alaska with the lose the seals probably probably wouldn't know how to even capture seal to eight it in the first place. Right? Even though he's obviously, you know a genius. What did these stable genius? That's what he is able stable genius, but he might not do that well in Alaska by not. I mean, I don't know. They said about a red tie. Is in there as well. Yeah. Well, being dropped them off in its suit. Of course, if you're going to Alaska, I don't know why you drop them off like that. You might say, hey, we're going to Alaska, so you might wanna wear something a little heavier than that, but you wanna show respect when you're visiting the good people. Yeah, great. White north, you wanna. You wanna be like, hey, I'm here because I respect you. Here's matai. Yeah. No, I don't think so. I don't know doubt it's going to happen frankly, so so we have to spend more time with. The cows opinion. All right. This is a fun story. Ryan Fitzpatrick who quarterback Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the first three, four games. He had the first three games he played. He had a three, four hundred yard plus passing days. Never happened before the history of NFL football. So they wanted his jersey. They wanted to put his jersey in the hall of fame because he's the first one to ever do that. And they'll obviously make reference to that at the hall of fame. They finally got his jersey that he wore in the third game against Pittsburgh. And the day after the God, his jersey, he was benched on Monday. For probably the rest of the season or at least until James Winston stinks up the place so bad that they have to bring back in. That'll be Sunday afternoon around two PM eastern. Little bit awkward though. You know, James Winston was suspended for the first three games, which is why its patron played at all. And that was for inappropriately touching an Uber driver in two thousand sixteen. But then he didn't play that well in the game on Monday night, and they benched him and put in James Winston because he was finally eligible again. So anyway, somebody in the hall of fame not even playing now this season already, so that's fantastic. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Also I love this snoop Dogg story referring to Kanye west as an uncle, Tom because he supports President Donald Trump. I mean. I mean. I don't know why we have to do this to each other. Why why do we you have to have you have to be in lockstep with these progressives with these socialists with these social Justice idiots, or they will. They will crucify you. DJ, PU, producer j. PU, wait, what is his name? DJ PU re posted a photo of Konya west wearing his make America. Great. Again, hat with the caption. Maga music ain't getting attention on his Instagram page, and that prompted a response from snoop Dogg..

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"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"It's vegetable matter to me now might not officially be I don't know, but I agree with you there. It's not. That's not a fruit tastes good pumpkin hick well. I mean, if you're just two pies or pumpkin pies of butter, my wife makes pumpkin butter. That's pretty good. All right about that has helped with other ingredients, right? That's not just sugar pump because. Yeah, tomato vegetable is to me. It's a, it's a vegetable. Yeah, I don't. I don't consider. I mean, tomato being a fruit. That's just no, that's wrong. They can claim it. It's the fruit all they want. Not to me not take you. You can call it. Yeah. Yeah. Now a vegetable that's all of a sudden vegetable now? Bananas. Boy, yeah. When did that happen? It didn't happen. I'm just saying it's like though because our whole lives, we grew up thinking, tomatoes, vegetable right now, all of a sudden we're supposed to. And then all of a sudden it's a, no, it's a phone. No, it's a fruit. No, an apple that's vegetable. My grandfather grow tomatoes in the vegetable garden. Right. Wasn't in the fruit trees. Right. Thank you. Where do you go? Big, fat pumpkins, not unframed. Trio trees. My friend know what Jeffrey just had some logic there. I don't know what to do with it. I mean, that makes total sense. Did it grow in a vegetable garden? It's vegetable. Exactly. Nice. Nice, frightening that came from giants, frightening, scary. That's the girls stunned. We don't know what to do based. Not impressed, but stunned amazed. Go ahead. What news speaking of vegetables and how good they are for you. We've just found out that drinking tequila may help you lose weight. I know I know is I know the it's made from the the guy you know, in the goblins is a natural form of sugar that's found in that Agabi plant, it's non digestible according to the study. It can act as if dietary fiber and as a result will not raise blood glucose. So it also helps people with diabetes level their type two diabetes. I know they'll see they fed to mice for this specific test and the diet and added the governor of the water. It revealed that the mice who consumed the goblins eight less and had lower blood sugar. So I'm all for it. Let's go, let's do it. And I didn't five drink a bunch of tequila. It's been awhile since I've been drug on. So what that again. Congratulations to toys r. us. I know we talked about their bankruptcy and how it was surprise and why they're closing down, and you know, they should probably rethink what they were doing. The game plan that they had. But top lenders toys r. us have decided to cancel the bankruptcy auction of its brand name and other intellectual property assets. Instead, they plan to revive the Toys R Us and babies R Us brand names in the Monday court document. So I mean, they filed, they filed to have it all go right when they closed everything. They were all this dad. They were going to shut everything down. They were going to sell its operations in Canada, Asia and Europe shut down in the United States, but and they plan to sell the brand names Toys, R Us babies R Us and the website domains and Jeffrey the draft what other other assets they have. But all the brand names and all of that they're keeping now they wanna keep. We can make some money off of that. And I would agree with that. I think that they, you know, they probably had some bad leadership. Giraffe run on the show and what do you expand? You can only use Amazon WalMart to blame for so long. I mean, all those companies had other toy manufacturers giving them, you know, think about WalMart. Target, Amazon have specific toy companies making specific products just for that. They have the big toy, you know where you can get them everywhere, but then there's just, you know, target exclusive WalMart, exclusive Amazon exclusive. Why not do that with me? I don't know why toys wasn't doing that to make any sense, but they were also five billion dollars in debt five billion debt. Okay. So they were a little under as a poorly run company? Yes. Horley. Yes, absolutely. So hopefully they've get some get some new, some new people at the helm concern around..

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"peggy sue" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Important congressman Brian mast joins us talked all about the red tide. The blue-green algae bloom in his answer to how to fix it right away. It's got a good idea on their check it out. He fifty W F T L dot com slash south Florida morning show. The GU woman actually, she was a girl at the time. But the woman that inspired buddy Holly song Peggy sue she died. Seventy eight years old. Peggy sue Garon Rachman of Lubbock dial University Medical Center. Seventy eight. She inspired the nineteen fifty eight buddy Holly song Peggy sue, can you imagine being that being somebody who inspires a song and a son that becomes so iconic that one and then you just walking around. You walking around your life and your name is Peggy sue. So when of nobody knows that you inspired that song everyone wants to sing it to you. So yes. So you meet somebody and somebody says, hey, this is my friend Peggy sue, and then they go Peggy sue Peggy sue, and she goes. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And probably you probably get that all the time like that song and says they kind of do. In fact, it's about me. And then you have to prove to them because Peggy sues were back then. Familiar, right? Asking me like I was there. Yeah. What was it like back during the the high school years of buddy, Holly buddy, Holly wrote the sun fifty eight and then he dies in fifty nine. So I mean, I don't know how long they were dating with the story was, but that's quite a legacy to leave leave after assault. So that's the one thing that I saw Gary Busey. And then he thought he was terrific as buddy Holly played buddy. Holly in the buddy Holly story those before his accident. But I don't even know who's more entertaining. Now, the old Gary Busey then before the accident or the Gary abuse the after the accident. The Gary Busey, Gary wacky Beauce. See the guy that you saw these celebrity apprentice get into a almost a fistfight with Meatloaf, which had to be probably one of the best television moments. I can remember I I don't think I know of Gary Busey from before his accident in my entire only known Gary Busey as as the nut job because you don't remember. I mean, I think the accident was obviously before you were born. But there was a time when he was considered to be a pretty fine actor, and you know, it's amazing. What riding a motorcycle without a helmet? We'll do you little really kinda messed up. But like I said, I think it's even more interesting now. But when they showed that clip, I think it was like a couple of nights ago. I don't know what the context of it was, but they showed Meatloaf. On the celebrity apprentice. With me. He got his face was like, holy crap. What the hell is this Meatloaf, Mr. Keller laid back from the seventies, Meatloaf. Me love wasn't like a crazed, man. San what's his excuse? He wasn't on a motorcycle helmets. The one time that there was anybody crazier than Gary abuse. Was that moment. Barsky.

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"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"He's still fighting both musk and tesla. So here we go. He relinquishes his role as chairman of the tesla board for at least three years and they will tesla will add to new independent directors. He'll keep the CEO title. Avoid the SEC's earlier bid to keep him from holding office at any public company. And both musk and tesla pay twenty million to the SEC which will go toward reimbursing harmed shareholders. But he still, I mean, I can't believe that they were still fighting. I mean he gave the ultimate test let the fight. He said fights. The c. r. I quit. So they fought and came to. This when they ended up with this, but they fought over the weekend and it ended up costing them more money and they're not sure you know they're all they're all behind Ilan or at least they say they are. I, I'm. Might be on just take a break. Just take a break. You got other things going for you. Don't worry about it. You've got SpaceX. Let's figure good are. Let's get to brides ready to go. All right. Let me put the fast tube. Let's come. We have the Bank to. I don't worry about Tesla's. Somebody else there are that for you, and if you were one of the lucky ones that had information on your news feed that you may have been hacked because you need to change your password on Facebook, whereas only fifty million accounts. Okay, don't worry about it and it happened on Friday and so and if you feel really bad Zuckerberg, what he was one of them too. That's what they got his too. You know, good for them. That makes me right. The big thing was the the hacker was going to delete his profile. Did that happen? No, I don't think so. Don't think today stopped in time? Yeah, because they stopped everybody. They got the notice that they, if you if you had to log in and your password wouldn't work, that meant that you had been hacked. So I'm pretty, I don't know if anyone it doesn't report that anyone complained that they had their stuff all deleted. But you know, look, they've got got, of course, timing is everything for them, right. They lost their chief security officer, and this is before the midterm elections, which of course Facebook has all their safeguards in place for against the misuse. So good luck. Wow, no kidding. I mean, all our information is out there. So go ahead. Take it. Okay. There's to eighteen today to eighteen eastern today. All right, FEMA going to issue its first nationwide test for the wireless emergency alert. Also our phones are all going to go. Yeah, baby. I'm looking forward to it. I'm looking forward to it because it's going to be kind of like the amber alert or the flood warning. What time is this to eighteen PM eastern eastern. So eastern? Right. So little more than half an hour. Yeah. Good. And you're gonna get the, it's going to read presidential alert that this is a test of the national wireless emergency alert system. No action is needed. That's what's gonna a reason that go south. Happy to be brother issue. I appreciate them looking for to the, they'll get the amber alerts in the flood warnings. I can turn those off. Yes, you can turn the alerts off, but why. I mean the the tornado warnings come warnings euros yesterday. You need those spend more than five minutes with your phone, and you can figure out how to turn them off. We're when we're driving away, we'll be wave to, you know, know what you do is you get the alerts from a private weather company to alert you when there's weather trouble as opposed to, depending on the government to do that for. Well, I just wanted to warn great. Good luck. That's gonna last about a half hour and about two twenty pm test of the broadcast systems will happen. So about two eighteen they're going to send it out to the two hundred twenty five million mobile devices. I can't wait for the one hundred twenty five million. I hope it's on the air in the second. Well, it's going to be on the air. Yeah, turn down though. I mean, that's what I'm saying. We don't think you can turn that down. Let's turn it off. Right. Well, there better. Not be FEMA problem at two AM when I'm trying to sleep. Then. Emergencies. Don't happen when there's thank you. Okay, good bullet..

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"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"I think it's, I think it's just blew my mind. Not in a good way I could have watched from much longer. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. No. Laughing through then. That's it. Could blow your mind. Repeat this kind of feeling. Nonni wants lifetime. Can you tell me? Can you feel? Can you feel it? Can you. Wow, wow. Yeah. What did you write the yesterday morning? Man, that's paint Simon Callow when you need it. And I know that was. Awful, awful, bloody awful. First thing I've ever use. Saw me hear yourself. I think when that happens, you want your ears loaded with wack. She's not good. No, and Bradley, how or made him stay areas? Trying to be nice to listen to that forever. Oh, yeah. Well, here's to. He's just being nice pudding. Yeah, just being nice. He seems like a nice guy, so I'm hopeful the movie's gonna do well, what's what's it about a star is born. You've never heard of a star is born the old Barbara Streisand, Kris, Kristofferson movie. I don't know. It's about a star being bored. I'm going to tell you right now. I'm not. He's like an ageing rockstar. Okay. And lady Gaga plays an incoming singer, and he kind of helps her in her career. I think. I think that's how it goes and she becomes a bigger star than so bad that I don't know about this Okla. It's stupid. You're just stupid. I would've been not because of this movie that I don't know about from the nineteenth. It's just one of the many things that contributes right. But I mean, you don't want to hang your head on this as your prime example. No, I'm not hanging hats. Just there's a lot of hats to hang and your stupidity talking about hats in the studio. It's very sensitive area for me. Oh, yeah, you can't wear things. Yeah. Oh, all right. In some other news that's sort of related to music, Peggy, sue, Peggy, sue Garin who inspired buddy Holly's classic by the same name, not Peggy, sue Garin, but Peggy, sue. If you would've added the Garin may not have been quite as catchy. The I know this, she's dead. She died at seventy eight. Thanks for that warning. Man. She's not feeling very well. No, she okay. Well, she's got a little bit worse. She's gone. We lost her. We lost her. That was better. That was broken to you a little softer. So she, she's so you know that song, right? I do soup up. Egg kept playing. Do. We anyway play when we've got the same right here. Right? So Gary, Holly in Lubbock in the mid fifties, when he was a budding musician, and she was still a high school student at Lubbock, high school as Garin recalled. Their first encounter occurred when Holly running late for a gig accidentally knocked her over Iran over me guitar. In one hand amp and the other and said, I don't have time to pick you up, but you sure are pretty a particular typic- soup. Good. Another girl came up to him and help pick up or books and stuff and said, do you know who that was? That was buddy Holly. And with that one song, he became a member of the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Okay. Sure. Again, foreigner sold eighty million copies, not in the rock and Roll Hall of fame Dany million knocking her over. Right. Did he give her some of the royalties from the song? No. Now I don't like buddy Holly anyone that. More Pat gray unleashed and chewing the fat coming up hat gray only on the blaze radio network..

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"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"I would expect them to maybe just keep quiet, just not say anything. Oh my gosh. Bill to see, hey, hey, right. This is a phone call between Hillary and Bill. Hey, Bill long time. No speak how he well. So did you see that Cavanaugh guy that got us off the hook for murdering Vince Foster's for supreme court? Yeah, I guess we should stay low. There's supposedly a photo. And Evans Pritchard claims. The photo was pivotal. It confirmed what several people who handled the body originally stated. I interviewed the first rescue worker on the scene, and when I asked him about the mouth wound, here's what Evans Pritchard says. He grabbed me and said with frightening intensity, listen to be buddy foster was shot right here jabbing his fingers into my neck. He said the f. b. i. had pressured him to into changing his story and that official. The official narrative was a pack of lies. Now supposedly, there's a twenty page report that outlines the stuff that's tach d- to the foster report. It was originally five hundred eleven pages, but they made it. They made them condense it, but the gist of it is supposedly attached to the actual report that's hard to I'd like to know if that's true. If that's true that I'll go back to believing the Vince Foster conspiracy and let's do it like this. Okay. This really isn't that big of a deal, right? If cavenaugh stopped this investigation that could have led to to a sitting president, he did it for political power, a big deal. The big deal to keep this man brek having off the court if he threw an ice cube it someone that's. I mean, let's yes. Right? Yes. Let's stay focused. People think you don't forget yesterday. Startling stunning revelation. Then he threw ice on a guy to bar. Unforgivable. Quite frankly, now that I made myself ill again, just speaking of now yesterday I actually became physically ill just thinking of him throwing ice on somebody. Oh, man. Sorry, so troubling that. Oh, can't even speak it Nessie bile tasting. I hate that. So he's starting to sweat. Well, well, there's, there's ice in that Cup just drink from, I am not going to throw it. I will not vowed to you now. I am not throwing it at anyone. What except maybe you've Jeffey triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three more Pat gray unleashed coming on. Crawl. On the blaze radio network..

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"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Now my ears hurt. You've heard nothing yet. I mean, I could have come out with this tired of people who say that if you bait and. In some not. Say. Hey. There you go. Now your ears are bleeding, right? Didn't even warn me, man, can't we talk about this stuff? It's just more fun this way. I felt that, oh, yeah. Right for Martin flatulence. Marshon flatulence, say wrong every just about every. Remember the story now found methane on on Mars. There was Martian flatulence, not Martin flatulence, I guess. I guess maybe the different they're just kinda lingers longer. Yeah. Anyway, the tweet is from Martian flatulence, and I say it that way because he spells it that way. He or she Kennedy was a murderer Clinton. A rapist Keith Ellison is at the very least abuser of women all proven or provable. Yet the left cares not white one I owed about any of their victims for sure, and they never have Kennedy was at least guilty of manslaughter. Right? I mean, you've got to say that not phoning the Thorens for ten twelve hours afterward. That's a problem. That's a problem. She was alive during much of that time if he would have made a phone call right when as soon as he got out of there. And let's say he did even dive back down and try to free her from the car that was in the Chappaquiddick. Well, when he couldn't do it, if you if he would have immediately gone for help, she might be alive today or she certainly would have been alive the next day. Part of what wasn't in the Jake tapper John Kerry clip was Kerry saying this guy's temperament. I mean, this is I can't remember what temperament, but he was saying, Cavanaugh can't. This is a lifetime appointment to the supreme court, you know? So we need to take this seriously. He shouldn't be on the court. Ted Kennedy lifetime Senator. Basically it was a lifetime center basically about it. He lived the rest of us in the Senate decades after leaving the scene of a girl's death. Again, whether it's manslaughter, murder, whatever junk area would you like to weigh in on this? Well, he stood up for his mistakes. He not at all. Did he shut end up to come on TJ top tweets? I wonder how many people I loaned a million dollars to the didn't pay me back hard to keep track as something so insignificant. It's true. I feel that pain. Because you know you just forget about your million dollar loans are so very, very small. Dr. Rocky mcface, Dr rocky MC, rocky face. You know, the New York Times is moving on from the cabinet Ford stuff to tackle Trump's taxes way to pivot New York Times. You got not enough. Got nothing. But people are still still supporting Br, lazy Ford because she's a woman, and I guess you have to believe every woman who comes forward like this, no matter how credible, no matter how believable, no matter how believable the the guy is the supposed perpetrator, no matter how believable his story, no matter how believable the stories of everybody else who was supposedly there that they don't remember it. You still have to believe her and you can't say anything about her Allie. Remember Allie who used to work here at the blaze. She now works for the TV and she was at that festival last weekend in Austin, and she was talking about the Cavallo situation and the way the crowd responded to her is unbelievable. Listen to see a man's way almost in ruins based on corroborated unsubstantiated allegations. I am devastated by thought of a world in which people are guilty until proven innocent in the burden of. Of proof is on the accused. I, I'm devastated by that world and I listened to both of their testimonies in Wylie vote. They're believable. I think only Kavanagh's credible..

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Pat Gray Unleashed

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Pat gray unleashed. Well, three witnesses. As we've said, you know, the FBI is not turned over their report. They haven't acknowledged a lot of these things, but the witnesses themselves have been coming out and making statements to the press three witnesses, interviewed by the FBI in the cavenaugh probe. Don't remember the party in Ford's testimony. They interviewed four people at its probe, but the three witnesses who Christine Ford alleges were at the party inner testimony. Don't recall the gathering. FBI is talked to alleged party guest, Patrick j Smith, Mark judge, and Leland Kaiser and Kavanagh's Yale classmate. Deborah Ramirez who said that cavenaugh had exposed himself to her during their college years. Smith truth. Truthfully answered every question. The FBI asked him and consistent with the formation. He previously provided to the Senate Judiciary committee indicated that he has no knowledge of small party or gathering described by Dr Christine blazey Ford, nor does he have any knowledge of the allegations of improper conduct. She's leveled against Brett Kavanagh. That's according to Smith's lawyer. Mr. judge has been interviewed by the FBI, but his interview has not been completed according to judges lawyer, Barbara van Gelder. Kaiser doesn't remember the gathering question but said she believes Ford. How do you believe. How do you believe her when you were supposedly there and you don't remember being there but she says you were at this party. What do you mean? You believe her. Again, that's just bias. That's just a personal relationship. She wants to believe her friends. She doesn't want to. She doesn't want to hurt her friends testimony. MS Kaiser does not refute the account and she's already told the press. She believes her account. However, the simple and unchangeable truth is that she was unable to corroborate it because she has no recollection of the incident in question. Oh, you're done. Then, what do you mean? You believer. That is I, it's just amazing. To to see everybody's agenda in this. Everybody's got a dog in the fight, and everybody's got some sort of agenda. So who do you believe. Frankly, I say, put them on the supreme court. Let's move on triple eight. Nine hundred thirty three ninety three rob in Florida. You're on the blaze, hey, hey, hey, in the spirit of the blaze at the encouragement of Glenn always reminding us all to to our own homework. I have a couple of points for you guys get your opinion on. If I may preference it by thanking you with the castle grace skull, and he man reference earlier that that. Back in time two points, they're, they're trying to label mister cavenaugh as this horrible drunk from his high school beer-drinking days, but Obama in his own books has gone out and bragged about his cocaine and pot us how the media never attacked any of that. In fact, they largely ignored it, right? Yep. It's a complete double standard. And on the other side with, like I said, Glenn always encouraging us to do our homework. There are many published sites out there that are citing the background of Blasi Ford, namely her family and her father who worked for the CIA and it's now and this is not conspiracy theorist anything. Just only citing some news, some reputable news outlets reporting that he is in charge. He's vice president of security firm that offers security to Comi and struck.

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Pat Gray Unleashed

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"You only need thirty, four votes to convict. But in all likelihood, if this is an impeachment trial hundred centers will attend in there for you would need sixty seven. So it's just two thirds of the two-thirds show up. You got it. If the two-thirds don't show up, they can't hold a vote. Yep, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three Scott in Pennsylvania. You're on the blaze. Hey, I'm gonna that you know back in nineteen eighty four. I had a child sixteen months old who passed away and the IRS sent me the statement saying they wanted ten percent of the hundred dollars. It was in his Bank account, the time his death. They wanted ten percent of a hundred dollars and this child was only sixteen months old. I had to get my lawyer to notify them and say they got paying him ten dollars. Wow. Yeah, I had a life insurance. Of course, you know who gets life insurance. I'm sixteen month old baby right. Yeah, and they're worried about ten hours. Crazy. I mean, that's again, thanks for the call Scott. I, it's immoral. It's just it's just not right. But do they care now even the, I mean, the Republicans don't care. They had plenty of opportunity to get rid of the estate tax permanently. They could have made it permanent, a permanent, zero percent tax on death. Because again, you've already paid your taxes, your whole life, you paid your taxes on everything you accumulated. It's already done. Now you gotta turn over fifty percent of it. If you make more than a million or three million or whatever the barrier barrier is. Insane. Yeah. Yeah, it's insane. It's not right. It was one year. There was one year where die year and I think it's it's back to is it thirty five or fifty? I don't know what it is, but I get so angry about taxes. Loot zero best. I just. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. And it's, it's also amazing how selective these Democrats are about their outright..

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Pat Gray Unleashed

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Pat gray returns on the blaze radio network. Just aggravating the mainstream media spin on everything you would think they'd try to get. I don't know some sense of fairness since that's what they talk about all the time. Where's the fairness? Where where is the, you know, the. The treatment of the other side like you're treating the right, where where is that completely non-existent? And then you know, every once in a while, you'll see something decent from the New York Times, but this is pretty clear that they're just flat out out to get Donald Trump and and try to give the Democrats extra fodder to to try to impeach him. So if in fact they do win back the house in November, it's going to be nonstop. And I, I don't know how I guess the only way to stop that is with the Senate because they're not going to have sixty votes necessary or the I think it's actually sixty eight in order to convict him. On the after the impeachment sixty seven is a sixty seven two-thirds so sixty six point six. So yeah. So they I think they round that up. I think they round up to sixty eight. No, you don't think so. I don't think all right. I'll double check. Look it up anyway. It's going to be impossible to to get him out of office and then not only do they want to impeach Trump, but they also want to peach Pence because they can't pants, assume the presidency. That's even worse to them because he's because he's more conservative than Trump. So what they want is for Nancy Pelosi to become president or whoever is speaker of the house for the Democrats, the Democrats have settled on that. No, yeah, they're, they're not that happy with Nancy right now. And she is vowing to hang onto her power as long as she possibly can triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three Steven Tennessee. You're on the blaze. Thanks for taking my call sometimes feels like countries coming apart if it seems like being pulled apart by the time it grabs, it really does, but I'm calling about the cavenaugh issue. They Democrats are really upset with Brett's attitude as defense in front of the hearing. They're gonna use that to not to vote for him. But in my mind, the way I see that really is running this of Barbara boxer's era Ghent attitude when she was totally troubling season military officer when he was testifying, call me, call Senator. I worked really hard for this. I don't like the final ma'am. It's that kind of era goose, but I'm also seeing that what's democrat, the message, the Democrats are sending to any male going before them. They don't want a strong character of a man who can defend himself. If you're going to get by the Democrats, you have to go in front of them. Like Obama's pajama boy, you've got to be very, very meek and and kneel at their alter and kiss their ring. Now, if a woman where to go in front of that committee with that same lifeless and right in the nation defending themselves against an alleged false accusation, then they went actually praising that woman for her strength, but a man cannot do that and as democrat world. Yeah, I agree with. Yeah, that's a I agree with that with. That's sentiment appreciate it, Steve. Thanks. That's why it would be interesting if he's if he's not confirmed and Trump turns to Amy, Coney Barrett, be fascinating to see how they treat her. Of course, she's going to have a tough time too because she's talked about being pro-life and they know she's pro-life. That's their big issue. They I'm the reason that they're so vehement other than their hatred for Trump and everybody. He nominates, but the reason their soul vehement about Kavanagh's because they think he's going to try to or he would vote to overturn Roe v Wade. I'm not convinced of that at all, but they are. And that's, you know, they worship at the altar of abortion. That's their religion. Don't mess with abortion because they will snap you back. So hard l. they don't care about destroying your family and they made that pretty clear with Cavanaugh by the way housekeeping on the impeachment threshold. It's two thirds of the senators present and you have to have at least two thirds of the Senate president in order to hold such a vote. So in near you could have sixty seven Senator show up..

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"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"There are some some documented alleged illegality and the authorities are already taking notice according to the times most of the times focuses on instances of legally dubious methods. Trump was about to default on a bond payment in nineteen ninety. His father sent a bookkeeper to purchase three point, three, five million, casino chips. We've we've talked about the. We talked about that during the during the campaign. This was known. But it's apparently an illegal loan because he went and bought casino chips with it to try to help save of the casino at the time Trump did have to pay a sixty five thousand dollar fine because of it. So that's already seems like it's already taken care of right. In another instance, millions of dollars worth of unpaid. Loans were exchanged for fifteen and a half million dollar share in the Trump palace four years later, Fred apparently sold his shares back for ten thousand dollars. Okay. So they're pissed off the Donald Trump got some help from his dad. But is that illegal? No, they want to spin it into something illegal though. That's and they're doing their darndest to try to do that. I think it's fascinating though that they're digging this deep into his finances when they couldn't have cared less about anything in Barack Obama's past, not as Marxist mentor, not the relationship with the Reverend Wright, not the communism, not the socialism. Nothing not the tomb gang or his college records. We got to see none of it because nobody cared triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Pat gray, the lace radio network..

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"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"He insisted that it was manifestly unfair for the government to taxes fortune as it passed to his children is not only is that on fair, it's immoral insurance. It's immoral. Yep, exurbs Lutely right about that. But the times writes, when he was in his eighties and beginning to slide into dementia, evading gift in a state, cat taxes became a family affair. There's no reason for the government to take anybody's wealth from them when they die. Absolutely. Not that belongs to the family. I mean, that is wealth that has already been taxed at some. Yes. Back off. It's already double dip. It's already been double and made even ripple taxed. You don't need to take it when they die. Why is that? Why do they have any right to it? So let's say you don't turn income, right? You pay income tax then let's say you invest in the stock market. Yep. Tax again on your calf, it's their capital gains. Then you have that money and you will it to your children. And then that's. I mean, that's a triple that is it's absolutely absurd. It's it's animals. I hate the estate tax. It's got to stop. There's another thing Republicans haven't done why and why haven't they done it? Why haven't they killed for all time, the estate tax, the gave a like a one year break on it or something. Where. Where it went down to zero and then went back to close to fifty percent. It's so amazing to me that they can't win that fight such an easy one to win. To that end Fred Trump made Donald, not just his salaried employees, but also his property manager, landlord, banker and consultant. He gave him loan after loan. Many, never repaid. He gave him three trust funds. He gave him shares in multiple partnerships. He gave him ten thousand dollars, Christmas checks. Ten thousand dollars to these guys would be virtually nothing, but how many he man action figures did he have? Yeah, it doesn't say girls into that. And according to the tax experts relied on to verify these transactions, much of this giving was structured to sidestep gift inheritance. Good. Good. But that they claim the methods were improper or possibly illegal bullcrap I doubt it, but this is quite eight. Why is the New York Times even looking into all of this stuff? They could do this with Obama. Oh, did you look into his calling records? Did you look into his Marxism? Did you check out the Marxist professors and the structural feminists he hung out with and the France for known nonsense in? Did you look into all of that? I don't think so. We have. We're still waiting for his college transcripts if you recall. Yeah, it never happened. We never got it. And now you never will, but but be interesting about that. We don't have the college transcripts of the pre the former president, United statement, but we know how much money Donald Trump had to his name when he was eight. Yeah, that's that's a nice little that will standard there. Man. The third thing they allege is the Trump family alleged tax dodging scheme wasn't just a clever use of tax loopholes. The times makes pains to note that many wealthy Americans employ their wealth to protect their wealth by exploiting intricacies in tax law. Of course, you're going to do. You're going to take advantage of everything that the that the tax law gives you are you're going to try to get every break you can you want to keep your money. There's nothing wrong with that. And then you can do with it what you want. You can help other people if you want, or you could keep it all to yourself if you want. Yep. It's none of your business. It's not of the government's business. None. You. But the Trump's appeared to have done more than exploited legal loopholes. Multiple experts said the conduct described here represented a pattern of deception, obvious Gatien, shut up. The other thing they say to other points, Donald Trump got the most from his dad because he was apparently spectacularly bad at business. That's wow. You're speculating there on why this man received help from his dad. And you're speculating the worst possible reason for it..

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Pat Gray Unleashed

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"So even if you're a Slinger you can you can enjoy the blaze. I love those commercials. They're they're a little racy, but they're funny. I love the one where the guy is sitting there. Go to sit down on the couch after they think it's a swinging party guys look goal nervous well, and she says, oh, slinging and the woman who invites him like they don't know what they're insinuating here. Well, what did you think we said. He says, I didn't want to take my clothes off. I didn't want to take my clothes off. It's funny. Yeah, it's funny right. Happy to be on on that platform and it's great to be TV. Yeah, it's awesome. Thank you triple eight. Nine hundred thirty three ninety three New York Times as published a big report on alleged Donald Trump tax fraud. An extremely long extensive, expose de detailing, multiple tax wealth related shenanigans and crimes committed by the family. Including and especially Donald Trump himself, they say. These wealth protection methods were apparently. So brazen untoward and rock solidly documented that the times own typically cautious, lawyers felt comfortable with categorizing them as instances of outright fraud. So here's the five things that we, I guess we need to know about the Donald Trump tax fraud. First of all, Donald Trump is the farthest thing from self made. You can possibly imagine time story notes by age three. Mr. Trump was earning two hundred thousand dollars a year in today's dollars from his father's empire. He was a millionaire by the age of eight. Wow, that would be sweet. Wouldn't that be nice? Yeah, I was. I blew it before ten really spend it on at that age. What an action? Well, that'll that'll add up quickly, especially if you buy castle grace school because that wasn't cheat. And then I broke my castle grade school and had really, I had to make a decision. Do I want to keep ripping into my millions or do I just wanna duct tape that little trap door up top what you decide? Well, I went with duct tape of air, but. Way too many battle cats. So by the time he was seventeen years old is father had given him part ownership of a fifty two unit apartment building. Soon after he graduated from college, he was receiving the equivalent of a million dollars a year from his father. The money increased with ears to more than five million a year in his forties and fifties. Wow. The scale of wealth is indirect contrast to his often repeated line that he attained his wealth and success after receiving small love it. What he says is too. I just a small million dollar loan from my father. Oh, okay. We can all relate to that. Right. Eddie said it's not been easy for me. Well, no, of course. Not not when you only have a million bucks to start with how could that possibly be easy on anybody and you know, I started off in Brooklyn. My father gave me a small loan of a million dollars. I got a very, very small loan from my father, many years ago. That's one thing you can say about a million dollars. It's a very, very small amount of money. It's not even worth mentioning, barely gonna conversation you loan me a dollar today. That's what it's like. Are you even going to remember that you loaned me that dollar? No, probably not. That small. I will say that you actually, oh, five dollars to someone in this building, but that's not my problem. So I'm just will not let that go. He didn't even say it was it's Chris cruise, right? Yes. Hi, do I? Oh, you five bucks? Yeah. Okay. All right. I'm a helper. Chris. I never have cash on me. So. Shouldn't have lent me five dollars. That's why I didn't. Then Chris did, yeah. All right. So number two, we're supposed to realize that Fred Trump got wealthy do to welfare and likely broke the law passing that wealth on. Although Fred Trump, Donald father, became wealthy with help from Federal Housing subsidies..

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Pat Gray Unleashed

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"John Roberts and he's chosen to remain anonymous. But he alleges that during their six year relationship Sapin between ninety two and ninety eight. She never spoke once about the alleged assault took place when she was fifteen. So in six years, you never told your boyfriend about it. He claimed he'd even witnessed Ford coaching her lifelong friend, Monica, McLean on passing a polygraph test Cording to the boyfriend, but clean had been interviewing for jobs at the FBI in the US attorney's office. And so because she has this background in psychology. She explained in detail, he says what to expect, how they worked and help to McLane become familiar unless nervous about the exam. And of course, the friend says, no, that didn't happen. What do you believe at all of this? Who do you? Everybody has so much self interested. Everybody's got their own agenda that just has muddled the whole stink in situation. But she was asked. The prosecutor who interviewed her last week actually asked her the question if she had ever given tips or advice to somebody who was looking to take a polygraph test. What a weird question. So she must have known about the point friends accusations before. Right? She she must have known about this or suspected, and by the way she said, never. I've never. I've never done that. Never given tips to anybody about how to pass a polygraph test. So I don't know. It continues to be. He said, she said, the FBI continues to interview all these people who all have their own self interest who all have agendas, who all don't care about lying to the FBI because you can't prove any of it. So how how is anybody going to go to jail for perjuring themselves or lying to the FBI they can't. You can't prove any of this stuff from thirty six or thirty seven years ago. So everybody safe in their lies. What do they care? They just continue to say whatever they want. They've chosen a team there either on team, fourteen cavenaugh and they're just they're going to stick to their stories. Why not? Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. You know, we've talked many times about losing weight and keeping it off and how hard it is and on the news and why it matters. Sarah has shared her story about losing one hundred pounds. She's, she's got a picture of her and I don't know if that's your mom next door at a baseball park. And you say that she's a little bit heavier. She is today well hundred pounds, and so she takes rid us own because it helps her controller appetite and it speeds up metabolism is.

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Pat Gray Unleashed

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Yes, deserves a laughter. Does it? I wasn't watching when he said that I was having to be somewhere else and away. Oh, my phone, ten. So I heard about it later and you know, look, I thought. Alone is just part of the whole, his very, very defensive defensive and and on. Sing on. And I told someone later, boy, I'll tell you she'll tell us a lot of credit. Years ago. We started this against against it. It is. Yeah. Well, even before in highschool, apparently. I don't look. I want the FBI duct as thorough investigation as they possibly can within whatever restraints are imposed upon them. But I think for anyone who believes there is such a thing as a judicial temperament and that we want judges particularly those on our highest court to approach issue approach plaintiffs and defendants with a sense of fairness that there's a lot to be concerned about, like it's preposterous to believe that the Clintons would go after somebody who is displeased, who is considered it enemy and like it's preposterous to believe that they would do that. No matter how long it took or when an opportunity finally arose, they took it is preposterous to believe. I don't know that it's necessarily the case that the Clintons are orchestrating this, but it certainly not out of the realm of possibility. And this the judicial disposition bullcrap the guys human. He's a human being. Jeff flake went down that road to, here's Jeff flake talking about how troubled he is. I was very troubled by the very own, very of the. Marks. By the time defense. That judge. Levers navy was something like I told my wife, I hope that I would sound that indignant if I were if I felt that I was unjustly maligned, but then it went on and the interaction with the members was sharp and partisan and net concerns me. Then I could Sergio myself. You give a little leeway that man because of what he's been through, you think. But on the other line on the other hand, we we can't have this on the court habit on the we simply can't good. Gosh. Are you serious? He's got himself out now if votes. No. So these senators can be as mean spirited as sarcastic as nasty and condescending as they please. But if he shows the least bit of reciprocity, the tiniest little inkling of irritation he's unfit. The senators. They're not unfit, but we can have them on this committee and we can have them in the Senate. But this judge can't get pissed as a human being for the effort to destroy him and his family. Pathetic put Fetig to think that this guy should have been meek little mild mouse that whole time it's outrageous. But that's what I guess. That's what Jeff flake and others expect him to do, Jeff flake, Hillary Clinton and every other stupid democrat, who's going down this road because they can't find anything on him. This FBI investigation has turned up nothing so far that I can see now we don't. We don't have the report, but they've talked to all these people in these people keep talking to the press. So we pretty much know that direction. They're going. And everybody's all pissed off to Donald Trump for talking about Christine blazey Ford yesterday at a rally. Let's keep in mind. You can't say anything about women because they always tell the truth and their sacred. Now you can do anything you want to him. You can say, anything you want. You can do anything, and he needs to just sit there and shut up like a meek little mouse. But to call into question anything that Christine Ford has done is just a shocking and appalling. Here's Donald Trump talking about Christine, blazey Ford. What he's going through thirty six years ago. This happened. I had one. Right..

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"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"peggy sue" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"The blaze radio network. On demand. Pat grade is here on the blaze radio network. Joining us triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Latest on judge Cavagnaud. People familiar with the process said that the FBI investigation will wrap up maybe today. Well ahead of the end of the week, deadline, GOP aides on the hill in another person familiar with what's going on said they're expecting the bureau to conclude its report as soon as. Late last night, which I don't think happened or early today. Agents had interviewed at least four key people as of yesterday and his background investigation White House gave the bureau until Friday to wrap things up. Senators will then be shown the findings, but it's not clear if we're we're going to see him as well, which shut. Let's see the transparency here. Where's? Where's your transparency course? We should see this. Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell said the report was expected soon will be made available to each Senator and only senators will be allowed to look at it. But Cornyn Senator Cornyn said there does need to be some sort of public statement if not the reports themselves. He said, since the accusations have been made public, it seems to me that people are not going to be satisfied until some public statement about what the f. b. i. background investigation showed. Yeah, kind of make sense. So in the meantime, the Democrats continue to wine about judge Kavanagh's demeanor at the hearings last week. They never cease to amaze Hillary Clinton talked about his disposition. Here's what she had to say. In his extraordinary presentation in the Senate, read Cavanaugh said that the quote, political hit job and quote directed at him was being done on behalf of the Clintons among other people..

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Real-life 'Peggy Sue,' inspiration for Buddy Holly's song, has died at 78

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Real-life 'Peggy Sue,' inspiration for Buddy Holly's song, has died at 78

"Think of buddy Holly's hit Peggy sue has died. Peggy sue Garin died this week in west Texas. She was seventy nine Holly and Garin knew each other from Lubbock school Ali originally, titled the song, Cindy, Lou after his niece. But drummer Jerry Allison wanted it named after Garin whom he dated and he wanted to get back

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Kathleen Turner, Kathleen and Lisa Kudrow discussed on Jason and Alexis

Jason and Alexis

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Kathleen Turner, Kathleen and Lisa Kudrow discussed on Jason and Alexis

"Because entertainment weekly's reporting, that Matthew Perry is recovering he had a gastro intestinal perforation surgery oh, no idea what that is? But anyway, it sounds

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