12 Burst results for "Phil Bomb"

"phil bomb" Discussed on That Superhero Thing presents The Loki Takeover

That Superhero Thing presents The Loki Takeover

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on That Superhero Thing presents The Loki Takeover

"If she was in. No i wouldn't. I be like okay. I'm good with this let. Let's see what happens on a bit gutted or not gonna get to see all trim. Visual trump is one. Yeah because that's gone up in. Canada knows posey could be an alternate from the universe. But it's unlikely before we wrap up then and go into portland. Assemble post credit scene. There was a pitch credit scene. Yes salah. I've already said this episode. I don't get it. I mean i get put it on getting so defined on the marion star is the hydros sta. Hydrogen hydrogen and widow says the something inside the someone inside. Yeah wouldn't it be a skeleton open as skeletons div really along at or at least very very old steve. I mean yet but then he was an ice in the main storyline. So we didn't get older needed so he's gonna end is again in this pose. Yeah there's always the potential the hydros that could have ended up carrying on into ice him. Going into ice could be a fixed. Point copy. didn't even think up my thoughts. It's going to be an old. Or dead steve oxygen it. Yeah that up and just find. Be an old steve kobe because it could be the idea that they came has each other because it happened in australia Around yeah yeah but the ends together under the undercover fantasy. So they did. I think i think it definitely says that. We're going to get company. Carter and season two. Yeah got to. We got to tease and a continuation series wise. Because we've been on pole for this series. Did you enjoy it. I think i'll give it like a sex point a very specific. Well i don't feel like. I could give it a seven because of all the given points on something point something. I thought that was phony. And the fact that you just don't and you didn't even know that. Now i just i doubt i don't think i can quite give it a seven but i wouldn't have said it was a sex. Where would you put amongst the other. Mci shows you can say it. Probably just below the middle really the mc you shows yeah because it's still some mc shows the shows. I so yeah no no no no oh no thoughts much better than phil bomb going to be at the bottom yeah. I think that they can learn a lot from it..

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"phil bomb" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

06:13 min | 3 months ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Laughing at his shoes so that was the first time. I was on on camera and like when i was a doorman at the store. I used to watch damon. All the time dame me. don't give the audience. He didn't you say what the fucking say because as a performer. You have to be free enough to do it over. Fuck you wanna do and everybody especially nowadays. There's so judgmental when damon felt your judgmental. He yet he would he would. He wouldn't even give you jokes still on stage and he'd farting on mike and go. This room stinks and leave. I seen him leave the stage. Once i went on he the invisible comic. Yeah because the audience is being weird and he went behind the camera. I mean behind the curtain. And he did his whole act audio. Yeah he was his freeman and he would think it was high on something but it wasn't no the thing was great. Is that like when he felt it like when he was just riffing and one of the weird characters that he would do his kiko. Just watch it to watch. He's like what is he. How far is this going to go. But you know what that's all of us. all comedians. I so watch. Sam kinison bomb. I was a kid going to be. So yeah sam kennison bomb literally every night until one day. He hit this. No yeah we the anger. something happened. Sure you've got gung. And he became. Hot larry's i didn't know what to do with phil bomb. You know. Yeah sometimes when you stay in shape you find me yeah. Help white people tap into their white guilt. That's right he didn't and he would make you sit there most liberal i do. Oh somebody's because you have a black friend or what nigger quota is a good friend. Paul mooney but i watch him. Close the laugh at the comedies area every night close and he would stay in it and stay in the day and that's what made him brilliant because the things that you thought he bombed it as things that he he absolutely killed with that really made his career. But so you're watching this stuff. 'cause you're hanging around but you still weren't. You just wanted to act. I was i was scared. Do send. it really was because what you do. Stand up sometimes my family pulled from life. And canaan sean damon every in covered. Fuck talk about them. But that's what you realize is and that's the beauty of comedy right is. It doesn't matter who goes on and how many comedians are. We all have our own point of view. It don't matter. How many do trump jokes. Everybody has their own point of view about themselves. The world or anything. That happens to you. And so that's for me the most freeing thing and it's the thing that i learned doing stand up over the last ten years is always something to talk about as long as you true when we talk about you. And what's your point of view will all trying to gather what point of view is because then the math and the science repetition it comes into processes into your brain and it's out the weirdest. Yeah and then like like in then you figure out how to make it funny and you. Sometimes you're talking truth and you're talking seriousness and you feel uncomfortable with how serious gotten and then you you fuck chair when all else fails fuck. No but it's funny. Because i've watched i've my brother damaged say don't be afraid of silence now listening. Then they'll learn to laugh when you hit it and i've seen you go on you talk for our science class but when you hit it's like that's why i'm doing this free set. I'm here because i'm trying to find that's funny. Anybody that is right to set goals. I'm going out to do a special no and we have to. We have to work it you got. I mean literally. I'm going to denver and thursday for five shows in the club work. Which one comedy works. A cops nobody. It's been working out this new our trying to figure it out you know and i've been doing these sets downtown at the dynasty typewriter doing hour and a half but i like it. I mean i feel grounded. i'm not afraid. Vino i need to. Things need to be delivered. That's when you do it like that. You're basically cornering yourself you're making you have to be funny. 'cause you're out you put it out there no either it's going to be delivered or it is not when it's not keeps up all night. What did i. What did i do wrong at the store do like i was being funny back. You just feel i. I was doing that. Damon theme is creating all this tension. Cry because there's just detention was so thick. And i'm like i don't know and i just said to him. I just put my hand my faces doing. I don't know why i'm doing this. You really hurting me. What i'm doing. And i don't even know if it's comedy anymore but i don't know how to get out of it. They started laughing at that. Like thank god told the truth and it the beautiful man truth. That's that's why we sit in those clubs and do that time tour and that's why you work it and working and working you know like i filmed the hour and a half miles special film. I'll forty-five next one. I'm not doing it. I'm this is it just that you see. I can't account for when i improvise to seventy minutes. Do i know i saw you. We're just see over at the pressing and you're telling me about the the special already..

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"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"More. Say prayers for Nick Ayers 40 year old coach of West Claremont who's in the hospital with covert like symptoms. I don't know what you don't know that guy, do you? I do not. I look at him and I said, I know that guy. I know exactly who he is and what he does. We wish him the best and his wife, a Bill Cunningham news radio 700. Maur. Covert infections in the White House on Sandy Colin. 700 wlw dot com. Vice president Mike Pence's chief of staff, Mark Short, has tested positive for Corona virus and his quarantine. So are two other staffers. NBC's Chuck See, Woodson has more. The vice president's office is Pence and his wife tested negative Saturday. Those short and the VP are considered in close contact after consulting with the White House Medical Unit. Pence says his office will keep his schedule under CDC guidelines for essential personnel. Pence has a scheduled Sunday rally in Kinston, North Carolina, Monday. 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Democrats upset that Republicans pushed ahead with the nomination so close to an election a reason GOP leaders used to block former President Obama from moving Ahead with a nomination after Justice Antonin Scalia's death. Michelle Franzen, ABC NEWS, There's a new tropical storm that could threaten the Gulf Coast. Probable Storm Zeta is turning south of western Cuba and could make its way to the Louisiana Gulf Coast. By Wednesday. Forecasters have the storm growing toe a low grade hurricane with landfall somewhere between Lafayette, Louisiana and Pensacola, Florida Xavier has put the 2020 hurricane season in the record books as the 27th named Storm of the Year on Ly the second Were ever to see 27 named storms. Derek Dennis ABC News, Remember for news any time on demand it 700 wlw dot com I'm Sandy Collins news radio 700 wlw on my Heart Radio online on your smartphone, iPad and 700 wlw dot com. Wei don't care about Tom Brady. This system it's going to be back slowly. Here on 700 wlw 90 people who were arrested on the night of the Cincinnati Black lives matter. Protests are now facing a civil suit. Over damage to businesses which were broken into looted, vandalized, two faced otherwise destroyed. But there's a twist of the solo thing. You ready for the twist? This is interesting. Gentlemen, the show is Former prosecutor now defense counselor Jason Philip. Bomb bomber How you doing? Good morning area. I'm doing fine. Now. Here's the story, right. We had generally peaceful protests, except for save the ones who are damaging to facing destroying, vandalizing, breaking into thieving or and or looting. And the attorney for I guess the this would be the plaintiffs in this case, which represents a whole bunch of businesses that were damaged during this is Bill Blessing was a pretty good attorney, and he argued in his complaint in the civil lawsuit against the 90 defendants. That even though they engaged in and conspiracy and concerted behavior, Tio condone this right is conduct I think is what he called. But he said he even had noted that the defendants in this case the 90 them didn't actually caused him to themselves. So you are suing people who are around other people who actually did the damage. How exactly does that work? Well, it's interesting because under the law that's actually a found legal confidentially. If yeah, if you are, if you are working in concert with other people and other people end up causing damage or causing a crime or something of that nature, you could be held liable. You know, Whole getaway driver I drive you to the Drive you to the bank. You go in. You do a bunch of bad thing. Shoot. People steal money hop in my car. We drive away right now. You and I both Khun be held liable even though I was driving a car. You did all the bad stuff. So if you're working in concert with somebody, you know they call that complicity, aiding and abetting. If you're working on like a conspiracy when you could be held liable for Any act that anyone in that conspiracy commit, okay, But that's rather broad. Right. You just mentioned if I'm in a car with you, and you're like, Hey, man, Can you blow this gas station? I got to get some cigarettes or I got to get me an energy drink. Okay, Great. You're running. They come out. You OK? Let's go. You take off. You don't know that person robbed the joint. But again, Prisons are full of people like that because you're in a wrong place at the wrong time with the wrong people. By association. But in this case, if you have an individual who let's say is is in another part of town are not anywhere near where the damage and riding and looting is going on or happens to walk by on the street is a peaceful protester and see someone who is doing this. How can they be connected to to someone else's actions? In this case you're not in the same car. You're in the same city but that then both of us, me and you, Jason could be in jail. According to that logic. Yes. Now it's interesting is the lawsuit I believe is only picking up on the people that were arrested. So at least you when you were down in the city at that point in time, you were doing something unlawful on. That was part of the act that other people were doing things unlawful. So you were part of the quote unquote riot that was going on. So I think he in a wall, so he tried at least make a difference between someone that was just protesting and someone that was doing more than protest ng so much that you got arrested, But, yeah, I mean, it is possible you can show up at the wrong place the wrong time, but it's like, you know if if there are protests and were riots going on in Cincinnati at nine o'clock at night, and you decided to go down to Cincinnati. To see what's going on. Then technically, under the law, you could be purpose if you're going down, sharing people on things of that nature. Jason Phil bomb, though the other element of this too. I think it's important to make this distinction is one guy I'd least says Hey, look, You know what? I I broke curfew hour. I was down there. See what was going on? They picked me out of the crowd Arrested me for, you know, failure to obey the Ah, lawful order lawful commands. And it's 7 30. At night. I was already in the lockup. They put me and I was already in the lockup when all this other stuff was going on S O. That person who is named the suit has a pretty good defense. They have a pretty strong alibi, which they were behind bars in a time in which they're being accused that they had no participation or engaged in Oran currents, others to engage in That seems like a pretty sound defense..

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"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'm Sandy Colin. 700 wlw dot com. Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff, Mark Short, has tested positive for Corona virus and his quarantine. So are two other staffers. NBC's Chuck See Britain has more. The vice president's office is Pence and his wife tested negative Saturday. Those short and the VP are considered in close contact after consulting with the White House Medical Unit. Pence says his office will keep his schedule under CDC guidelines for essential personnel. Pence has a scheduled Sunday rally in Kinston, North Carolina, Monday. The VP as president of the Senate plans to be there for the expected Supreme Court confirmation vote, and I'm going to be in the chair because I wouldn't miss that vote for the world. Tonight Rally in Tallahassee, Florida. Chuck's Iverson ABC News The clock has started in the final process to bring the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the full Senate floor for a vote. The Senate opened for a rare weekend session yesterday. ABC is Michelle Franzen tells us What's next. The confirmation vote for Amy Cockney barrettes Nomination for Supreme Court is on the fast track of full vote scheduled for Monday. Democrats protest Ng the conservative choice and timing, But with few options to block the vote, it's created even more attention. And the already divided chamber. Democrats upset that Republicans pushed ahead with the nomination so close to an election a reason GOP leaders used to block former president Obama from moving ahead with a nomination after Justice Antonin Scalia's death. Michelle Franzen, ABC NEWS, There's a new tropical storm that could threaten the Gulf Coast. Probable storms, ADA is turning south of western Cuba and could make its way to the Louisiana Gulf Coast. By Wednesday. Forecasters have the storm growing toe a low grade hurricane with landfall somewhere between love. Get Louisiana and Pensacola, Florida. Xavier has put the 2020 hurricane season in the record books as the 27th named Storm of the Year on Ly the second year ever to see 27 named storms. Derek Dennis. ABC News. Remember for news any time on demand its 700 wlw dot com I'm Sandy Collins news radio 700 WLW by heart radio Online on your smartphone, iPad and tablets. 700 wlw dot com Being way don't care about Tom Brady. Hi, It's good to be back slowly here on 700 wlw 90 people who were arrested on the night of the Cincinnati Black lives matter. Protests are now facing a civil suit over damage to businesses, which were broken into looted, vandalized, two faced otherwise destroyed. But there's a twist of the solo thing. You ready for the twist? This is interesting. Joining me on the show is Former prosecutor now defense counselor, Jason Fill a bomb bomber. How you doing? Good morning area and I'm doing fine Now. Here's the story, right we had, you know, generally peaceful protests, except for save the ones who are damaging to facing destroying, vandalizing, breaking into thieving or and or looting. And the attorney for I guess the this would be the plaintiffs in this case, which represents a whole bunch of businesses that were damaged during this is Bill Blessing was a pretty good attorney, and he argued in his complaint in the civil lawsuit against the 90 defendants. That even though they engaged in and conspiracy and concerted behavior, Tio condone this riotous conduct, I think is what he called. But he said He even had noted it that the defendants in this case the 90 them didn't actually caused him to the cells. So you are suing people who are around other people who actually did the damage. How exactly does that work? Well, it's interesting because under the law that's actually a found legal conflict if yeah, if you are, if you are working in concert with other people and other people end up causing damage or causing a crime or something of that nature, you could be held liable for the whole getaway driver. I drive you to the Drive you to the bank. You go in. You do a bunch of bad thing. Shoot. People steal money hop in my car. We drive away right now. You and I both Khun be held liable even though all I did was drive the car. You did all the bad stuff. So if you're working in concert with somebody, you know they call that complicity Etienne the betting If you're working on like a conspiracy when you could be held liable for Any act that anyone in that conspiracy commit, okay, But that's rather broad. Right. You just mentioned if I'm in a car with you, and you're like, Hey, man, Can you blow this gas station? I got to get some cigarettes or I got to get me an energy drink. Okay, Great. You're running. They come out. You OK? Let's go. You take off. You don't know that person robbed the joint. But again, Prisons are full of people like that because you're in a wrong place at the wrong time with the wrong people. By association. But in this case, if you have an individual who let's say is is in another part of town or not, anywhere near where the damage and riding and looting is going on or happens to walk by on the street is a peaceful protester and see someone is doing this. How can they be connected to to someone else's actions? In this case you're not in the same car. You're in the same city but that then both of us, me and you, Jason could be in jail. According to that logic. Yes. Now it's interesting is the lawsuit I believe is only picking up on the people that were arrested. So at least you when you were down in the city at that point in time you were doing something unlawful on. That was part of the act that other people were doing things unlawful. So you were part of the quote unquote riot that was going on. So I think he in a lawsuit he tried at least make a difference between someone that was just protest Ng and someone that was doing more than protest ng so much that you got arrested, But, yeah, I mean, Possible You can show up at the wrong place at the wrong time. That's like you know if if there are protests and riots going on in Cincinnati at nine o'clock at night, and you decided to go down to Cincinnati to see what's going on, then technically under the wall, you could be participating. If you're going down, cheering people on things of that nature. Jason Phil bomb, though the other element of this too. I think it's important to make this distinction is one guy I'd least says Hey, look, You know what? I I broke curfew hour. I was down there. See what was going on? They picked me out of the crowd Arrested me for, you know, failure to obey the Ah, lawful order lawful commands. And it's 7 30. At night. I was already in the lockup. They put me and I was already in the lockup when all this other stuff was going on S O. That person who is named the suit has a pretty good defense. They have a pretty strong alibi, which they were behind bars in a time in which they're being accused that they had no participation or engaged in or encourage others to engage in. That seems like a pretty sound defense. Yeah, I found it interesting. That specific person of the lead defendant on the case for one of its name in front of everyone, and so that kind of going to be the argument. Hey, I was in jail. I was even around that he actually might have somewhat of an argument because if damage didn't start happening until nine, and he's locked up at 7 30, he's been there and didn't go back down the city the next day because this is over three days. That he might actually have a way to get out of that defend themselves. But the concepts that remains if you go down and start participating with a group of people and those that group of people end up doing things bad. And they can link that you were cooperating with that group. And you're responsible for every single act, you know. So the whole car ride that you and I took where you rob the bank. If I drop you off, and then you go rob 45 other banks. The theory could be that I'm still alive before those other four because I started that cooperation with you, and then that's the theory that he's going under here. Sound legal theory. She's gonna have a little trouble, sometimes with proof..

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"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Favorite artists. Would have been American way. Don't care about Tom Brady. This system it's going to be back slowly. Here on 700 wlw 90 people who were arrested on the night of the Cincinnati Black lives matter. Protests are now facing a civil suit. Over damage to businesses which were broken into looted, vandalized, two faced otherwise destroyed. But there's a twist of this whole thing right over the twist. This is interesting. Gentlemen, the show is Former prosecutor now defense counselor Jason Philip. Bomb bomber How you doing? Good morning area. I'm doing fine. Now. Here's the story, right. We had generally peaceful protests, except for save the ones who are damaging to facing destroying, vandalizing, breaking into thieving or and or looting. And the attorney for I guess the this would be the plaintiffs in this case, which represents a whole bunch of businesses that were damaged during this is Bill Blessing was a pretty good attorney, and he argued in his complaint in the civil lawsuit against the 90 defendants. That even though they engaged in and conspiracy and concerted behavior, Tio condone this right is conduct I think is what he called. But he said he even had noted that the defendants in this case the 90 them didn't actually caused him to the cells. So you are suing people who are around other people who actually did the damage. How exactly does that work? Well, it's interesting because under the law that's actually a found legal con failing if yeah, if you are, if you are working in concert with other people and other people end up causing damage or causing a crime or something of that nature, you could be held liable. You know, Whole getaway driver I drive you to the Drive you to the bank. You go in. You do a bunch of bad being shoot. People steal money hop in my car. We drive away right now. You and I both Khun be held liable even though I was driving a car. You did all the bad stuff. So if you're working in concert with somebody, you know they call that complicity, aiding and abetting. If you're working on like a conspiracy when you could be held liable for Any act that anyone in that conspiracy, Okay, but that's rather broad. Right. You just mentioned if I'm in a car with you, and you're like, Hey, man, Can you blow this gas station? I got to get some cigarettes or I got to get me an energy drink. Okay, Great. You're running. They come out. You OK? Let's go. You take off. You don't know that person robbed the joint. But again, Prisons are full of people like that because you're in a wrong place at the wrong time of the wrong people. By association. But in this case, if you have an individual who let's say is is in another part of town are not anywhere near where the damage and riding and looting is going on or happens to walk by on the street is a peaceful protester and see someone is doing this. How can they be connected to someone else's actions? In this case you're not in the same car. You're in the same city but that then both of us, me and you, Jason could be in jail. According to that logic. Yes. Now it's interesting is the lawsuit I believe is only picking up on the people that were arrested. So at least you when you were down in the city at that point in time, you were doing something unlawful on. That was part of the act that other people were doing things unlawful. So you were part of the quote unquote riot that was going on. So I think he in a lawsuit he tried at least make a difference between someone that was just protesting and someone that was doing more than protest ng so much that you got arrested. But, yeah, I mean that, if possible. You can show up at the wrong place at the wrong time. But it's like, you know if if there are protests and were riots going on in Cincinnati at nine o'clock at night, and you decided to go down to Cincinnati. To see what's going on. Then technically, under the law, you could be participating. If you're going down sharing people on things of that nature. Jason Phil bomb, though the other element of this too. I think it's important to make this distinction is one guy at least says Hey, look, You know what? I I broke curfew hour. I was down there. See what was going on? They picked me out of the crowd arrested me for Ah, you know, failure to obey the Ah, lawful order lawful commands. And it's 7 30. At night. I was already in the lockup. They put me and I was already in the lockup when all this other stuff was going on S O. That person who is named the suit has a pretty good defense. They have a pretty strong alibi, which they were behind bars in a time in which they're being accused that they had no participation or engaged in or encourage others to engage in. That seems like a pretty sound defense. Yeah, I found it interesting. That specific person of the lead defendant on the case for one of its name in front of everyone, and so that kind of going to be the argument. Hey, I was in jail. I was even around that he actually might have somewhat of an argument because if damage didn't start happening until nine, and he's locked up at 7 30, he's been there and didn't go back down the city the next day because this is over three days. That he might actually have a way to get out of that defend themselves. But the concepts that remains of you go down and start participating with a group of people and those that group of people end up doing things bad. And they can link that you were cooperating with that group. And you're responsible for every single act, you know. So that whole car ride that you and I took where you rob the bank. If I drop you off, and then you go rob for five other banks. The theory could be that I'm still liable for those other four because I started that cooperation with you. And then that's the theory that he's going under here. Sound legal theory. She's gonna have a little trouble, sometimes with proof. Yeah, And it seems to me if that is the lead in this case, and that's an.

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"phil bomb" Discussed on Romans Road

Romans Road

14:06 min | 1 year ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on Romans Road

"Welcome to Romans road. The podcast of me Eddie. Roman this where we talk about. Evangelism and apologetic send all kinds of Christian stuff. We are coming to you from the two thousand twenty shepherds conference and we are not big enough to afford a studio or have some kind of table or booth at the conference itself so we are in the parking lot. That's right this is a in-car studio and someday I'll have more clout than that. But not today but anyway. I'm here with a good friend of mine. Someone who's been an influence to me on my evangelism. He's been a big encouragement over the years. He's kind of been around the living waters guys for a very long time. He is served and taught in our ambassadors academies. And I am talking about Steve Sanchez. Steve Thank you so much for coming on the PODCAST. You're welcome. It's a privilege to be here in this little hot car. In the parking lot at the shepherd's conference I tried to use some of my influence and they offered me the restrooms. So this is a step up. Thank you Eddie. Yeah no problem you can. We can sit in this car anytime. So Steve is someone who man I I don't know how to To describe him other than probably one of the most creative fun evangelists I I know. And so he has a blog. STONE THE PREACHER DOT COM DOT COM dot com. I always get the DOT COM DOT. Org name wrong on everyone's things so stone. The preacher DOT COM as in people throwing stones at you. While you're preaching that was the original inspiration after. Open Air Preaching with Ray and all the others. I thought that's probably a pretty catchy name. I've ever been stone. I have been smacked in the face. I have had pitcher of water thrown at me when we preached at a Beer Garden. I've been kicked at and I've had a coin thrown at me but not too much and of course the obligatory curses insults that when the pitcher water was dumped on you was it a hot day or was it a cold day. He was preaching in front of a beer garden on Venice beach and we had I love captive audiences because these role all people drinking their drinks in the beer garden and captive audiences are Ganic. You don't need any hormones to grow them. They're just automatically they're there now. Okay now. Is this the same Legendary Beer Garden where someone threw a coin at you and it was about to hit you in the face and then something happened is that that is it that I don't remember that okay. Let's just say yes. Okay remember. The detail sounds pretty excited. Okay okay that might be someone else so anyway one of the things. I always appreciate it about your website. It just had the most interesting and funny articles of Your Evangelism Adventures. And the people you talk to and you just always had a really good way of making making a you know your life just just a lot of fun you know. I remember you would always post Articles about the annual Du Da Parade. Yes tell us a little bit about that. What was the Doodo parade? Well the dude operate is the Anti Tournament of Roses Parade or anybody dresses up as well as as knuckle headed as you can get okay and you go out there and you march around in a parade and I thought it was wonderful because there were a lot of atheist floats and we were using sound at the time. And we were preaching to the atheists as well as all the other people were out there. I remember preaching to a guy on three or four foot stilts and it really is a carnival atmosphere and I believe they still do it. They do it around June or July. Okay halfway into the summer whereas what city is that in Pasadena. Okay and that was really an exciting time to go in opener. Preach and give the Gospel there. Well you know every place is an exciting place that I I learned so much from Ray. You say I'm creative. And well. He is so creative whenever we asked him. Where did you get your ideas? He says well he has a creative father. You've heard that before. Yeah Yeah Yeah we have the same father so I'm very excited about another thing. I always appreciated about you at the academies you would have a team and you're kind of known as the guy who was was maybe the most fearless and rigorous with your team. So you would have this this kind of Track you take people on the Wasn't a called the horseshoe or or the U. or something like that's where we went in Huntington beach and and it was a fearless endeavor. They would call me the pusher figure you know people were paying hundreds of dollars to fly into the ambassador to preach need to get pushed and they needed to be pushed and I thought if I didn't make them do something they didn't want to do. Then they would leave and Phil bomb that. They didn't get all they could out of it and I'm happy to say that one hundred percent of the students that were with me Did it all. They preached in the Open Air. They did one on one that had gospel tracks. And I loved doing that. Because it's it's you're in zone you're in a whole zone apostles in the book of acts when you do that and the same Holy Spirit that motivated them to do greater things than Jesus works in us now. Yeah we'll never forget we had we had this rather rotund lady and she was on our team and we saw this little teeny bar and it was like you could barely squeeze him so bar like alcohol bar yes it was alcohol bar and it was the Daria Challenge and I said so. You're challenges this. You've got to go in that bar and Out Three Gospel Tracts. Now the honey thing was he could barely squeeze into bar. She did it anyway And she won the challenge. So another thing I remember. Is You always had these little names? These little code names for all the challenges so one was trash talking trash talking. I told that's when you stood up on a cement garbage can in Huntington beach a trash care a trash can and you gave the Gospel and you had you. You succeeded in the challenge. When you got a shot up one shut out then you then you have succeeded. Yeah Okay and then that reminds another thing you say shut up shop air mad for no reason and then another reminds me of another thing you do is you would have the people handle tracks. And they had to get a certain number of rejections. Yes he's for they. They met the goal. That's right that's right. You know what the odds are in Huntington Beach. I think you're going to get rejected. Probably one out of five time okay. And when people realized the success rate that comes with handing out his truck and using that same old comfort phrase. Did you get one of these but simplified to one word When you hear yeah okay. Write this down at home. Okay you have your tracked you see the person look in the eyes and you go here worked. I worked to works here because when you're getting shoved something it looks like money. People will always take Imagine this is America. What a great three Ha. Yeah Man So Okay and then one. Last one last Steve Sanchez. Let legendary memory the elevator preaching the elevator. One Floor Gospel. What Book. Okay tell us about this. I love that when you go into malls and they have the to floor elevator You go in and you wait till it's crowded and you have your assistant hold the door. Open an extra ten seconds. Give everyone a gospel tract and then you nod to your assistant and they hit the close button right when the door starts to close you. Give the one floor Gospel simple assessment. They get the Gospel track and they go. Hi everybody just got a trillion dollar bill on the back of the trillion dollar question here. It is if you died today. Would you go to having her hill? Here's a quick test. Have you ever lied? Never misused name if so then you're relying thief in a blasphemer on Judgment Day. It'll be found guilty knitted panel. But that's God's will if you put your faith and trust in Jesus Christ and God will forgive you in grant you ever lasting life and then right when the door opens up they boom they get out of there. Hugo forgot to love the world. He gave the one and only son that whoever believes bears but never do it again. No just to be clear. You are in the elevator with them. Yes remember Ray was telling me that he was terrified of view because of that he's like I don't WanNa be with Steve Raider. You are actually one of the few guys. That ray was terrified outs. Yeah he was he was kind of half joking but I'm not sure he was joking. I remember those are. Those are some really fun days and it was just always such a blessing to have you around. And so you were you. Were extremely involved in evangelism. You were extremely involved in leading your church and your evangelism team and I would always see you going out to different places. You are always at the Rose Bowl parade and kind of every single little different local event the taxes memorial service. That's right seven thousand special Michael Jackson tracks. That's right and what we have to try them out. And what was that like? It was great. It was great. Everyone took him no. He said these are special commemorative items for this memorial service and I offered my daughter ten dollars if she would hand out a thousand of them and she was ten years old and she did and we would open air. Preaching was Righteous Richard. Chaparral my goodness another another legend. Love that man love them and we would preach on the corners. The COPS would move us and we have come up with a policy where you never argue with the police when they move you because ends up happening is they will move to a better corner with more people Okay every time every time and that's what we did. We did that all day long and had interviews with all these people look like Michael Jackson. And what a great opportunity right. Yes speak to these people. No that's amazing because Michael was is their God or was there. Yeah so let's help point them to the real God very true. Okay so you you were very involved in street evangelism opener preaching teaching others how to Street witness and that kind of thing and then At your church awhile back and and I don't know the number of years I'll have you tell me in a minute. You made a transition from moving from California to Texas to to start a church or become a planet your church okay. So how long ago was that? It was twenty thirteen and three months after I went to the shepherds conference. Then I got the call to uproot my family and everything I knew and loved fifty four years in La and good-paying pastoral position at Hope Chapel Hermosa Beach and a yearly Doodo parade. Oh and and all the thirteen events. Big Parades we went a year and I was five years away from my pension had a platinum medical benefit plan. Uh-huh and I moved while move. Can you believe that hit the restart but I said I would never plant a church in my life because it's a post Christian anti Christian culture and you will die you die when you plant a church. I got moved me to dripping springs Texas to plant a church and a storefront and I didn't realize that storefront churches in the hill country of Texas. Don't work as one. Pastor told me in Texas church is a building and a that is exactly what churches when you are in that culture and know that and after a year and a half it failed not to God's Providence. I got hired at another church called Community Church of the hills in Johnson City Texas hometown of LBJ. Okay yes now. That's where I'm at now and then there little over four years and the and so I was been in Texas nearly seven in the first five. Were Hell Hell. Okay Kidding you hell and twenty nine thousand nine was the first year that it turned into heaven. Okay did it was extremely difficult. Wow and so now after you moved to Texas at one point. I got to be part of an X. Games outreach in Austin Texas yes and you showed up there and you got to be there and we'll like how far into your moved to Texas. Was that do you remember the year I was like with those still on fire and I was using all the methods of way of the master. I didn't I didn't modify anything. Yeah I would hand out my goal when I planted the Church. I in dripping springs was the Handout Fifteen Gospel tracks a day before I left before I left to go back home. Fifteen tracks a day and of course some of those had witnessing encounters so every every single day everyday or life every day I think took one day off but I did that for the first year and a half okay goes fifteen tracks day. Everyone took him because Chris. Texas is a Christian. Culture is primarily an atheist culture but in Texas it's a Christian culture. They readily took them. They all agreed. Everyone agrees with the Gospel. Yeah except for. Maybe a handful of people meet people came to our result Zero none.

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"phil bomb" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on KQED Radio

"All indications we are going on to New Hampshire Victoria so the question arises Phil bomb but what it does the delivery judge people know something that we don't know yet door was at victory speech little bit premature a little printer I mean to be fair you know by all indications they were victorious seven was tied at zero at the time that he gave that speech I mean I think that they had a speech plan to give I think that the indications were that would judge did fairly well he's expected to court in the polling some of the preliminary numbers that we had come out for example even from Sanders campaign suggested production done well and I think that they were just taking advantage of an opportunity to share a message was it accurate to the emerging Torres I mean I think we're gonna see the campaign's sort of spin the result anyway I mean good judge probably worth it is a Taurus regardless of what the numbers actually show so I think to some extent what we heard last night what we're going to hear anyway so what does this mean today with respect to the trump operation they did win the caucuses in Iowa it's pretty painfully clear is expected but also Trump's sons were men saying that this is revel Tory of the fact that a the Democrats can't run things competently and loss of confidence and all that kind of rhetoric yeah I I think that the president really seized on this to try to use his first political gain and you know I I I think that you know the Democratic Party this is a bad look for them it's a very very it's been very sing for them to not be able to hold you know the kind of kick off to the the primary season in the right way and so you know I I think you're gonna see a lot of that you may even see a little bit later on in the state of the union there might be a little bit of an off the cuff jab they're not quite sure yet but that would definitely be in line with the way the president's kind of set this up where it's like well you know the kind of trying to take chaos that was here in in Iowa and then turn that into extrapolated into well this is a problem with the entire democratic field and telephone there was a sixteen percent vote in the caucuses in the last election and that was second highest ever in terms of turnout do we have any idea what the turnout was yesterday not really I mean we have sort of anecdotal assessments it seems as though it's probably somewhat akin to what we saw in twenty sixteen probably not what we saw in two thousand eight which was a record high for turn ons also not really clear what that necessarily means even if it was the same as twenty sixteen generally speaking what does that indicate moving forward is a function of the size of the field is that a function of people who haven't yet really need of the mind of who they want to support you know which could obviously change once Democrats are faced with a choice between a Democrat and and president trump so you know there's a lot of we're sort of stuck in this position where they're all these tea leaves that are being dumped on us fairly slow we were trying to read them but not entirely clear what all with me what is the city you feel dumb I haven't read the article you did about kind of star and trustworthiness and you hit pretty hard on the idea that trust worthiness is shall we say very vulnerable with respect to what went on in the impeachment these are the the Republicans are what is to say the American people in terms of just overall confidence in the process by which show we elect our presidents well I would say that over the course of the past twenty four hours a moving for calling the next twenty four hours people are going to be a little shaky about it I think we'll see in New Hampshire next week barring something really dramatic it'll be a normal election and then we'll have a concrete example and will move past that we tend to spend you know mean Iowa comes first that means we spend months and months months talking thinking about Iowa and then very quickly forget subsumed into the general flow father primary moves forward I you know there's a lot of hearing this morning the Iowa caucuses doomed yada yada yada we'll see you know maybe this is the sum hugely problematic for I went down the road I think we tend to over estimate in the moment the significance of things that there are surprising shocks to us and you know I'm not I'm not convinced that this will be something that has long term residents either within the primary or the broader general elections well look at New Hampshire today there seems to be a lot of prognosticators that and I don't wanna make this into a race although it's hard not to that is you know to to think of it as some kind of sporting event or something along those lines but the reality is that in New Hampshire there's a definite edge because of the geography of Bernie Sanders from Vermont and because of Liz was warning messages yeah and I think you're seeing that peering out of some of the early polling you know you've seen on the polling average showing Sanders up there and you've also seen some indications that maybe the fighting campaign it's not going to really you know compete as much as they want to you know basically try to say were to focus more on the bad in South Carolina I do think that you know with with the results being what they are you know usually you're able to get kind of some momentum coming out of Iowa and sometimes that can kind of on subtle little things in in New Hampshire in this case I think it's it's it's filled with things kind of watch you know you you want you know all the candidates basically are you know same thing is they were the day before and so we have a a very tightly clustered five at the top of this field and you know what kind of see what what kind of that looks for but you're right there is kind of a home field advantage there for those two cannons then we're talking if you just joined us with Chad day and fill a bump 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"phil bomb" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on KGO 810

"Yes we're going to talk a little bit about with this this guy who got hired by SNL was fired for Macon for. Asian fun of Asians I you know what I I didn't hear it or see it but you know when you first told me the story you know what I thought of Tracey Ullman young the Tracey Ullman show that was that now the Chinese lady with the donuts she did that that Sherman on twenty five years. a funny yeah was a long time. your cultural knowing just slid down the stairs ever anyway that in our we have Phil bomb talking about bread cabin on the human assistance is just so true with the capital hearing and it just it again here what what white guy is most of my prison thirty years later comes for he's a hero but if a woman does exaction thing she's a **** that's that's something that's messed up on our site yesterday yeah anyway how about the award that the aid she gave to the investigators for their support I mean that's what the what the reason was their support of Brett Kavanaugh I mean I find that to be absolutely offensive and on up here's a hole in the reservation within the FBI Nord a bunch of stuff anyway yeah but then a warrant that most but with the second most prestigious award that handed out by the Attorney General for looking the other well look look here's a horse or have the worst thing for Kavanaugh's haven't trump indoor some and I just was found somebody like this because really you know what that's like that's like I'm the guy that has a hole in his throat smoking a cigarette there Hey and your smart world anyway so that's all coming up all right that's chip she's Kim I'm Pat I'll see tomorrow from noon until three this is.

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"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:03 min | 2 years ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The same rule of law which is your but when the rift if you're gonna be sticking out of a plant that close yes because only been an NBA game sitting court side like Spike Lee and you know you get hit by a seven foot tall two players come tumbling in you to get hurt it's yeah you you decided to sit on the floor there's an assumption of risk there right in there with interesting you bring that up actually there's actually talk about workers comp liability for someone who's watching football game because they have their backs to the deal they'll come with that now that the different and now because you're working the game of theirs workers comp and there's issues of that nature but as far you're supposed to look at the field and if you don't want to look at the field and you should be where you are next license Jason Phil bombs an attorney and joins me on the cute hearing centers dot com hot one talking about this a lawsuit Kimberly flushing her husband filed their from Westchester get hit by baseball Reds game a couple years ago and looking for twenty five thousand in damages and yeah I get it that she still in pain today and there's no question get hit by a ball coming off a bad at nearly a hundred miles an hour your face is gonna lose ten times out of ten and and she's paying this pain and suffering then I feel badly for about I don't know if this warrants a cash award now another store I went well I got you on the phone J. someone ask about this because it's just broke yesterday Abby Michael's is the twenty one year old driver who deliberately drove the wrong way on I. seventy five your date and I think and more rain this is on Saint Pat's day in and she said I'm trying to kill myself instead she killed a family of three the dad the mom the daughter are dead there for Mason the Thompson family believe is our last name and sadly they left a another child as the sun behind and he witnessed the crash that took out his entire family left an orphan and she struck a car head on as these cases often happen with all the eyes as she survived the family died she has now entered an insanity plea of not guilty on six counts of murder six counts AG vehicular homicide and one count of V. I. A. in she's playing the insanity plea and this one is that also a a long shot and in her case specifically a desperate attempt at trying to get out of jail I think it is when an absolute tragedy I mean everyone's worst nightmare to be driving somewhere and have an accident tell your family members but let alone one active cancel and unfortunately it's not a case of first impression you had what you call suicide by car people go left of center and hit a car hoping that they're going to commit suicide I I think in this case the alleged facts from from the report so that she told her husband she was gonna killer cell is going through a divorce and so at the end of the day very difficult plead to actually work out for the defense and it's because the people that truly don't know what they're doing it wrong you know the so called god told me to do it products okay and then it's got to be legitimate to and there are people out there that are in pain and that's what this rules for but nine times out of ten if someone that might have a mental health issue with that and someone that is mentally I guess disabled or mentally disadvantaged necessarily mean that they write the level of profanity we think about all these back shooting all these other crimes people to commit crimes like that aren't normal but that doesn't mean they're insane and so looking at this case what she was doing you know she said he was gonna go the wrong way on the highway and she knew that it could result in that I just don't see how how we going to be able to or are you in I was gonna to go okay you see then there's a lot of stand there's a lot of things involved here is you know at the time she was she was out partying with friends at bars she had a seen paddy sure don she had Shamrock necklaces she had a beer mug tattoo to put temporary tattoo on a on a right cheek when when Max got to her she was asper eating I guess beer was coming out of her mouth be a C. shorter well over the like well over the legal limit it and and so you look at this in here she's going through a divorce she called her husband and said I I'm gonna kill myself what what all the other factors aside the mitigating circumstances case I look at some of the many you call someone and say I'm I here's what I'm going to do that shows that you're making a rationalization that point that shows you're making a conscious choice to say I'm gonna drive had I'm I want to kill myself but I'm gonna do so by harming are putting in harm's way in on this case murdering an innocent family of three when when use admit that we're going to do an act that doesn't scream insanity me that see that screams it's a deliberate intentional act directly and and that's what the floods that would control act of intended to recall that not what the law requires and in fact alcohol is the more drinking or intoxication either because you will fully yeah that something that called you to be intoxicated and that the band allow for defense now if someone brought you and you go home and killed someone that might be a situation where you work and it was not voluntary but most people to get behind the wheel in your chart yeah hi they will fully took a drink and then it's just a matter whether they over drank and so when they should not go and this not only did she drink too much but then she intentionally the product was going to get the money and it does come up because then insanity would not fly yeah we she's not having a good time to fry think it doesn't help that it was on Saint Pat's day too and she was rice happiness yeah I have a great time presumably because she's dressed up to go drink and have fun right and then if you leave the bar or the way she start coming to make that phone call and cancel and that for a fan of the act but what you're doing and clearly she knew what she was doing is this a deliberate plea by the defense to try and maybe get a plea deal out of this instead of a sentence the kitchen sink at the wall six and the ticket okay for me it's also maybe you're doing a job maybe she's in coherent this time you've got a you've got at least make the record but that they will have an independent evaluation dot at the end of the day it'll be a decision for the Trier of fact to the judge to determine and adjust the eight they just typically don't fly in the face there have been case law on the car suicide distillation and that the the is liability Jacen solo bomb you you're a prosecutor to an and now defense attorney and and you look at this what the outcome for this twenty we're told Abby Michaels is what how long is she going to go away presuming this is our first offense well she's convicted of murder she looking at fifteen years to life and the judge correct tax bills honor to actually make it forty five years to life and then if you're convicted of the because you were not the burger she's looking at eight times three so twenty four years at least so depending on the chicken hello that does sound just looking at a long time and she's getting a lady by the time she gets out of prison if at all for Tristan yeah yes alley because not only are well let's face it three lives snuffed out totally innocently and leaving a young man without a mom and dad and sister eat your eye she essentially ended her own life at age twenty one by the decisions he made that night and on Saint Patrick's day of last year so Jason fillers got flown show this morning on seven hundred W. W. local attorney thanks again Jason for the inside really good stuff is always provide thank you have a good one and there you go yeah people make bad decisions all the time I don't think a bit but basically about these cases right totally unrelated Abby Michael's made a bad decision made several bad decisions and tries to get away with it by going well I was crazy at the time your crazy or drunk there's a difference wares Kimberly Fleischer did what a lot of us doing that is go to a baseball game she unfortunate got struck with a fall ball the face and there's no recourse for her it sounds like legally speaking I feel for because twenty five thousand dollars in damages a lot if you're suffering still today from pain you would think that the the the person responsible parties responsible and would be good but that that's the assumption risk we have of living in a free society if you go to a baseball game S. C. S. sadly the Thompson family they're just driving their car that you know what you never know where or bad luck or in this case death is going to find your right it's just a sad part of life five minutes away from news here to scout soldier seven hundred up this is seven hundred W. L. W. I sandy Collins seven hundred W. all W. dot com a mass shooting in Texas yesterday this one in the cities of Odessa and Midland leaving at least five dead and more than twenty wounded it all started when troopers pulled over a gold colored sedan in the driver fired at the police through the back window then sped away ABC's Matt Gutman is on the ground in Odessa gunmen used the highways and streets of the cities as his killing fields when Saddam defeat Alaska's in her husband.

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"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The same rule of law which is your but when the rift if you're gonna be sitting out of a plant that close yes because only been an NBA game sitting court side like Spike Lee and you know you get hit by a seven foot tall two players come tumbling in you to get hurt it's yeah you you decided to sit on the floor there's an assumption of risk there right in here with that thing you bring that up there actually there's actually talked about workers comp liability for someone who's watching football game to they have their backs to the deal they'll come with that now that the different and now because you're working the game of theirs workers comp and there's issues of that nature but as far you're supposed to look at the field and if you don't want to look at the field then you should be where you are next license Jason Phil bombs an attorney and joins me on the two hearing centers dot com hot one talking about this a lawsuit Kimberly flushing her husband filed their from Westchester get hit by baseball Reds game a couple years ago and looking for twenty five thousand in damages and you know I get it that she still in pain today and there's no question get hit by a ball coming off a bad at nearly a hundred miles an hour your face is gonna lose ten times out of ten and and she's paying this pain and suffering then I feel badly for about I don't know if this warrants a cash award now another store I went well I got you on the phone J. someone ask about this because it's just broke yesterday Abby Michael's is the a twenty one year old driver who deliberately drove the wrong way on I. seventy five your date and I think and more rain this is on Saint Pat's day in and she said I'm trying to kill myself instead she killed a family of three the dad the mom the daughter are dead there for Mason the Thompson family believe is our last name and sadly they left a yet another child as the sun behind and he witnessed the crash that took out his entire family left him an orphan and she struck a car head on as these cases often happen with all the ice is she survived the family died she has now entered an insanity plea of not guilty on six counts of murder six counts AG vehicular homicide and one count of V. I. and she's playing the insanity plea and this one is that also a a long shot and in her case specifically a desperate attempt at trying to get out of jail I think it is when an absolute tragedy I mean if everyone's worst nightmare to be driving somewhere and have an accident tell your family members but let alone one that can control and unfortunately it's not a case of first impression you had what you call suicide by car people go left of center and hit a car hoping that they're going to commit suicide I I think in this case alleged facts from from the report so that she told her husband she was gonna killer cell is going through a divorce and so at the end of the day very difficult plead to actually work out for the defense and it's because the people that truly don't know what they're doing it wrong you know the so called god told me to do it it's okay and then it's got to be legitimate and there are people out there that are in pain and that's what the rules for but nine times out of ten if someone that might have a mental health issue with that and someone that is mentally I guess the stable door mentally disadvantaged that they write the level of profanity we think about all these back shooting all these other crime people to commit crimes like that aren't normal but that doesn't mean they're insane and so looking at this case what you're doing you know she said he was gonna go the wrong way on the highway and she knew that it could result in death I just don't see how how the one going to be able to argue with that I was gonna to go okay you see then there's a lot of stand there's a lot of things involved here is you know at the time she was she was out partying with friends at bars she had a Saint paddy's sure don she had Shamrock necklaces she had a beer mug tattoo to put temporary tattoo on a on a right cheek when when Max got to her she was asper eating I guess beer was coming out of her mouth be a C. showed her well over the like that well over the legal limit it and and so you look at this in here she's going through a divorce she called her husband and said I I'm gonna kill myself what what all the other factors aside to meet again circumstances case I look at some of the many you call someone and say I'm I here's what I'm going to do that shows that you're making a rationalization that point that shows you're making a conscious choice to say I'm gonna drive head I'm I want to kill myself but I'm gonna do so by harming are putting in harm's way in on this case murdering an innocent family three when when you see admit that you're going to do an act that doesn't scream insanity me that since that screams it's a deliberate intentional act directly and and that's what the floods that would control lack of intended to recall that not what the law requires and in fact alcoholism or drinking or intoxication either because you will fully yeah that something that called you to be intoxicated and that both of them allow for time out if someone told you and you go home and killed someone that might be a situation where you work and it was not voluntary but most people to get behind the wheel and get chart yeah hi they will fully took a drink and then it's just a matter of whether they over drank and so when they should not go and this not only did she drink too much but then she intentionally the product was going to get somebody in the back come up because then insanity would not fly yeah we should not having a good time to fry think it doesn't help that it was on Saint Pat's day to when she was Bryce happiness yeah I have a great time presumably because she's dressed up to go drink and have fun right and then if you leave the water for the way she start coming to make that phone call in the pencil and that for sanity I know what you're doing and clearly she knew what she was doing is this a deliberate plea by the defense to try and maybe get a plea deal out of this instead of a sentence Martin I think at the wall six and the ticket okay for me it's also maybe you're doing a job maybe she can call here at this time you've got a you've got at least make the record that they will have an independent evaluation dot at the end of the day it'll be a decision for the Trier of fact to the judge to determine and adjust the eight they just typically don't fly in the face of your I have been careful on the car suicide distillation and that the excuse liability Jacen solo bomb you you're a prosecutor to and and now defense attorney and and you look at this what the outcome for this twenty we're told Abby Michaels is what how long is she going to go away presuming this is our first offense well she's convicted of murder she looking at fifteen years to life and the judge correct actos honor to actually make it forty five years to life and then if you're convicted of the killer homicide not the burger eight times three so twenty four years at least so depending on the guy should get out of those townships looking at a long time and she can be a lady by the time she gets out of prison if at all to Tristan yeah yes Sam because not only are well let's face it three lives snuffed out totally innocently and leaving a young man without a mom a dad and a sister eat your eye she essentially ended her own life at age twenty one by the decisions he made that night and on Saint Patrick's day of last year so Jason Philoponus got flown show this morning on seven hundred W. W. local attorney thanks again Jason for the inside really good stuff is always provide thank you have a good one and there you go yeah people make bad decisions all the time I don't think a bit back but if you look at all these cases right totally unrelated Abby Michael's made a bad decision made several bad decisions and tries to get away with it by going well I was crazy at the time your crazy or drunk there's a difference wares Kimberly Fleischer did what a lot of us doing that is go to a baseball game she unfortunate got struck with a fall ball in the face and there's no recourse for her it sounds like legally speaking I feel for because twenty five thousand dollars in damages a lot if you're suffering still today from pain you would think that the the the person responsible parties responsible and would be good but that that's the assumption risk we have of living in a free society if you go to a baseball game S. C. S. sadly the Thompson.

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"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's the same rule of law which is your the Rev if you're gonna be stepping out of a plant that close yes those like being an NBA game sitting court side like Spike Lee and you know you get hit by a seven foot tall two players come tumbling in you to get hurt it's yeah you you decided to sit on the floor there's an assumption of risk there right and you would think this thing you bring that up there actually there's actually can you talk about workers comp liability for someone who's watching football game because they have their backs to the feel they'll come with that now that the different and now because you're working the game of theirs workers comp and there's issues of that nature but as far we look at the field and if you don't want to look at the field and you should be where you are next license Jason Phil bombs an attorney and joins me on the two hearing centers dot com hot one talking about this a lawsuit Kimberly flushing her husband filed their from Westchester get hit by baseball Reds game a couple years ago and looking for twenty five thousand in damages and you know I get it that she still in pain today and there's no question get hit by a ball coming off a bad at nearly a hundred miles an hour your face is going to lose ten times out of ten and and she's paying this pain and suffering man I feel badly for about I don't know if this warrants a cash award now another store I went well I got you on the phone J. someone ask about this because it's just broke yesterday Abby Michael's is the twenty one year old driver who deliberately drove the wrong way on I. seventy five your date and I think in more rain this is on Saint Pat's day in and she said I'm trying to kill myself instead she killed a family of three the dad the mom the daughter are dead there for Mason the Thompson family believe is our last name and sadly they left a yet another child as the sun behind and he witnessed the crash that took out his entire family left an orphan and she struck a car head on as these cases often happen with all the ice is she survived the family died she has now entered an insanity plea of not guilty on six counts of murder six counts AG vehicular homicide and one count of V. I. and she's playing the insanity plea and this one is that also a a long shot and in her case specifically a desperate attempt at trying to get out of jail I think it is and in a performance of an absolute tragedy I mean everyone's worst nightmare to be driving somewhere and have an accident tell your family members but let alone one that can control and unfortunately it's not a case of first impression you had what you call suicide by car people go left of center and hit a car hoping that they're going to commit suicide I I think in this case the alleged facts from from the report says that she told her husband she was gonna killer cell is going through a divorce and so at the end of the day very difficult plead to actually work out for the defense and it's because the people that truly don't know what they're doing it wrong you know the so called doc told me to do it firefighters okay and then it's got to be legitimate there are people out there that are in between and that's what the rules for but nine times out of ten if someone that might have a mental health issue with that and someone the other mentally I guess the stable door mentally disadvantaged I mean they they ride the level of profanity we think about all these mass shootings all these other crimes people to commit crimes like that aren't normal but that doesn't mean they're insane and so looking at this case what she was doing you know she said he was gonna go the wrong way on the highway and she knew that it could result in bath I just don't see how how someone's going to be able to argue with that I was gonna to go okay you see then there's a lot of stand there's a lot of things involved here is you know at the time she was she was out partying with friends of bars she had a Saint paddy's sure don she had Shamrock necklaces she had a beer mug tattoo to put temporary tattoo on a on a right cheek when when Max got to her she was asper eating I guess beer was coming out of her mouth be a C. showed her well over the like that well over the legal limit it and and so you look at this in here she's going through a divorce she called her husband and said I I'm gonna kill myself what what all the other factors aside to meet again circumstances case I I look at some of the many you call someone and say I'm here's what I'm going to do that shows that you're making a rationalization that point that says you're making a conscious choice to say I'm gonna drive head I'm I want to kill myself but I'm gonna do so by harming or putting in harm's way in on this case murdering an innocent family of three when when you see admit that you're going to do an act that doesn't scream insanity me that's it that screams it's a deliberate intentional act and and that's what the flight that would control act of intended to recall that not what the law requires and in fact alcohol is the more during team or intoxication that side of the fence either because you will fully that something that caused you to be intoxicated and that that the band allow for defense now if someone told you and you go home and killed someone they're not might be a situation where you were in pain or and it would not fall in Derry but most people to get behind the wheel in your chart yeah hi they will fully took a drink and then it's just a matter of whether they over drank and so when they should not go and this not only did she drink too much but then she intentionally the product was going to get the money and if those facts come up because then insanity would not fly yeah we should not having a good time to fry think it doesn't help that it was on Saint Pat's day to when she was Bryce happiness yeah I have a great time presumably because she's dressed up to go drink and have fun right and then if you leave the ball or find a way to start coming to make that phone call in your pencil and that's for sanity I know what you're doing and clearly she knew what she was doing is this a deliberate plea by the defense to try to maybe get a plea deal out of this instead of a sentence Martin are the kitchen sink at the wall the what specs and the ticket okay for me it's also maybe you're doing a job maybe she's in coherent at this time you've got a you've got at least make the record but that they will have an independent evaluation dot at the end of the day it'll be a decision for the Trier of fact to the judge to determine and adjust the eight they just typically don't fly in the face of your will there have been case law on the car suicide distillation and that the excuse liability Jacen solo bomb you you're a prosecutor to an and now defense attorney and and you look at this what the outcome for this twenty we're told Abby Michaels is what how long is she going to go away presuming this is our first offense well she's convicted of murder she looking at fifteen years to life and the judge correct tax bills on intersexual make it forty five years to life and then if you're convicted of the because you were not the murder she's looking at eight times three so twenty four years at least so depending on the guy should get out of those damages looking at a long time and she's getting a lady by the time she gets out of prison if at all to Tristan yeah yes Sam because not only are well let's face it three lives snuffed out totally innocently and leaving a young man without a mom a dad and a sister eat your eye she essentially ended her own life at age twenty one by the decisions he made that night and on Saint Patrick's day of last year so Jason Philoponus got flown show this morning on seven hundred W. W. local attorney thanks again Jason for the inside really good stuff is always provide thank you have a good one and there you go yeah people make bad decisions all the time I don't think a basement but if you look about these cases right totally unrelated Abby Michael's made a bad decision made several bad decisions and tries to get away with it by going well I was crazy at the time your crazy or drunk there's a difference wares Kimberly Fleischer did what a lot of us doing that is go to a baseball game she unfortunate got struck with a fall ball the face and there's no recourse for her it sounds like legally speaking I feel for because twenty five thousand dollars in damages a lot if you're suffering still today from pain you would think that the the the person responsible parties responsible and would be but that that's the assumption risk we have of living in a free society if you go to a baseball game S. C. S. sadly the Thompson family did just driving their car that you know what you never know where or bad luck or in this case death is gonna find you're right it's just said part of life five minutes away from news here to scout soldier seven hundred WLW.

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"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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09:03 min | 2 years ago

"phil bomb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Com hotline and let me go right back to the phones. Now, hold on pizza guy in blind, man. I gotta get Jim. Jimmy. And then you don't have to worry about playing the not to get tar. It's not the piano. It's the Oregon, right, right? Not not till Sunday night soil paid enough. Listen, I want to emphasize rush was on fire today. I I happen to be driving and listening to from most of the time. And he made the point that he was not celebrating too much because he said you don't congratulate your enemy when they try to kill you and sail, and he said that. Yeah. Mueller, as you know, they're nice problems about him. Okay, fine. But I want emphasize my view that that Robert Mueller is a top conspirator has a criminal. He's a traitor to the country. He blocked investigation into the computer vote-counting in one thousand nine hundred ninety one that's a long time ago in the car. Your brothers were trying to get it looked at. He was in the Justice department somewhere. He he was the highest person up the sign and block any investigation in the nineteen ninety s he prepared surveillance state, which we now have where NSA brags are looking at every Email every cell phone, capturing all the phone calls all the emails all the websites. Everybody goes to that was Robert Muller. He was FBI director in nineteen in two thousand and one when nine eleven happened, and he destroyed the crime scene, they were they shift, and this is public knowledge all the steel beams came down from. In that tower. Which was I've make almost a thousand. They loaded them into long semis and wrote them to the west coast and then on a boat sent them to come to China. So he helped destroy the crime scene. So that not much could be investigated there. And then now, of course, we see him doing this attempted to to Trump. Now, remember, he picked all thirteen angry Democrats, some course, Republican and democrat means nothing in the deep state that doesn't matter what they play different sides of the fed also then persecuted general Flynn by and then Roger stone. He's trying to put in jail with these guys. There would be no crime in. There wasn't any. They they basically put him under oath and urgent case wasn't even on the road. And they asked him questions 'til they forgot something about their emails two or three years ago. And then they called that lying. So Flynn thing is an absolute outr. Major. No question. Yeah. Then they threatened him that if he didn't roll over and plead guilty to something, and it was even reduced charged because they wanted him to roll over and claimed Trump was colluding with the keys, but they said they were going to go after his son or is why they bankrupted. I mean, it's it's an absolute disgrace did to him, and they did the same thing this guy Caputo CAP. He's been talking about it. They tried to shake him down. Well, you know, he like you said he's got a bunch of Democrats shakedown artists for his staff in he drug. This thing out supposedly didn't Limbaugh talk about the fact that Mueller knew that the whole dossier. And I'll let everybody know if you hadn't heard about this dossier. This is what the Hillary Clinton bought and paid for. And it was all Pac allies is about a p p party in Russia, and naked Trump's was there and Putin was there, and it was on a bed that supposedly Obama slept on and ahead Russian hookers here there everywhere, and it's all Pac allies. Mccully man. This is the thing where they and his rush said today how long should have taken Mueller if he was really trying to do investigation to find out that all of that was fake the whole FIS accord thing they brought it to those corrupt anti-american size accords. And this is the thing that there's a course in secrecy. We never have had that was one of the things when the founding fathers came from Europe's no star chambers. They used to call the star chamber when you'd go in secret behind with only one side there. Yeah. And then that would be and this is what that trader Michael Chertoff up using nine one one UC's courts and these courts across that's where they say how how can you trust them? If nobody's monitoring the whole situation. That's right. And they'll say, well, why aren't you judges worried that they brought him a phony dossier because they're part of the conspiracy. If you'll excuse me to bring down America those courts are corrupt. And anyway, the point is is that I think that the Mueller. I'm going to say something whereas didn't say today, they knew that they were so guilty between Hillary and struck and page the whole leadership they knew they didn't have anything and they were hoping to get something. But they did the whole idea was the focus on Trump for a non existent crime. So that Hillary and the rest of a would not be investigated. Trying to keep the investigation off the Democrats and the deep state p. Yeah. Well, and also don't forget that you got to remember because the only people that's more corrupt than the leadership there, the DOJ, and the FBI is the mainstream media, and they know that they keep this whole thing going on because they had their eyes on the twenty eighteen election. And they wanted to try to take over the Senate and the house because then they would have really been cooking for the impeachment thing in and remember they called this in an insurance policy. So if somehow Donald Trump did get elected, well, you know, he should have been beat one hundred million to one according to that horror hound Lisa page, but they would have another way to take them out. And then they tried talking Rosenstein, the wearing a wire in bug and Trump to do something with what the twenty fifth amendment or something. Yeah. They were going to try to save trouble. With Trump was in confidence. If continued as president. I don't know what they think they were going to get him on tape saying something say crazier that was all setup, but the whole bottom line. It was all a setup if Mueller had any brains all if he wasn't corrupt. He would have figured that out in a few months at the most right aren't even rush sitting in a week. Eight whatever it was a lot earlier. So the point here is that that that they hope to get something. They didn't have anything they were hoping to get something. They didn't get a thing. Filing Mueller had to come out and say they haven't but they've wasted two years. We're Hillary in them were not being investigated. I hope that turned around. I don't have a lot of hope that it's going to all these people should be prosecuted right up Phil bomb. Dan Bongino than Obama's in all of spying on the truck was running the whole operation from the White House. And he's got his little hatchet woman that Valerie Jarrett eight years, she's been there right by aside side, whispering his ear telling them every move. And we know how corrupt that did. She came from Chicago. Of course, now, we're seeing just how corrupt Chicago politics really are even the cops in the bears come out rare rare against this thing. So all the pieces are falling in place with the puzzle. You know, what I'm saying John Trump? Trump's even saying that they are was an attempted coup, which it was now the other thing rush said today that is very important. And I'm glad he said it through. I don't wanna be healing one saying that even though it's true rush said there is no evidence that the Russians did any hacking of any serious thing of anything of the there's no there's no proof that they hack the democratic server, which now the the Democrats are say remember, the Democrats would not turn over that server to the FBI. Subpoena. Why didn't the FBI subpoena? There's no evidence that the Russians hacked the democratic server or anything else. Hey, Jimmy, go ahead. You're talking about that corrupt Debbie Wasserman Schultz. She had some shady Pakistani and guys that we're in there, and they were spying on a bunch of members of congress. Why didn't anybody bring that up more about they respond and got all the emails and all this other stuff with about what was the twenty or thirty a Democratic Congress people or whatever. Yeah. Who knows what all so? Now, notice that the Democrats, and and some of these people they have an agenda they keep saying the Russians hacked the election. That's a fact it's not a fact he's got a agents who won by grandma. You say one lies. The other swears. Corrupt. Yeah. We have. To say, hey Jimmy now. Hold on. I gotta hold your right there. That's too funny. Right there. The grandma coming up with a hell of a lime. I get. I love that. I may have to steal that use it. But Jimmy hold on everybody. We gotta take a little short break. Jimmy's been holding on for about three hours. I let them finish up after a short break here..

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