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Gary Brooker, frontman of rock band Procol Harum, dies at 76
"Procol Harum singer and keyboardist Gary Brooker has died after a battle with cancer he was seventy six our margins are a letter with a look at his career Gary Parker knew that when he died Procol Harum a whiter shade of pale would be the song he'd be remembered for he said in a twenty seventeen AP interview he was proud of that song but it was not the best one he had ever done what shall I have a my grace no I didn't know I wouldn't have it on my grave I don't even think I have it played at my funeral I'm gonna write something much better for my funeral local ham had various line ups over the years but Brooker was a constant worker also owned a public talk Eric Clapton how to fish and was married to the same woman for fifty three years
Tom Brokaw says he's retiring from NBC News after 55 years
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Tom Brokaw says he's retiring from NBC news Tom Brokaw of NBC news says he's retiring from television the eighty year old Brokaw who anchored NBC nightly news from nineteen eighty two to two thousand four says he plans to continue writing books and articles Procol last appeared on air on MSNBC's morning Joe on December thirtieth in two thousand seven Brokaw reflected on his arrival at NBC news after just two years on local TV in the Brzeska arrive in California working for NBC in nineteen fifty six just four years off the Great Plains working class families and small town Brokaw was with NBC news for fifty five years in twenty thirteen roll call was diagnosed with multiple myeloma and curable blood cancer that affects the bone marrow hi Mike Rossio
"procol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Some of you know his 40 year tradition of playing winter solstice concerts at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine In Morningside Heights, the 41st and when annual Winter Solstice concert, the one this year will be virtual, and for today, Paul has also brought a gift of music for us. From his new album called Light of the Sun. Hi, Paul. Big fan and thanks for giving us a few minutes happy solstice. Well, thank you, Brian. The same to you. How did the Saint John the Divine Solstice Concert tradition gets started way back in 1980. The dean of the cathedral, then the rib very Reverend James Parkes more than heard us play a to couple of events and asked if we would want to come and play at the cathedral, which at first I couldn't imagine doing. I had been there for Duke Ellington's funeral 1974. Was the most astounding place I've ever been to and I, But after a while, I finally agreed that we could find I hoped we could find music that would be appropriate. In any case, I began to think of what would be the most universal milestone of the year. We could celebrate. And it occurred to me is the winter solstice, which includes everybody in the world. And did you have an all face all culture celebration of diversity of life on Earth? And so we did our first one. That December thinking well with we would do it one time and now we've done it's 40 times. Hi. Well, even the title of your new album Light of the Sun makes it sound like you're very attuned to the changing cycle of light throughout the year. How'd you get interested in this? Well, it probably has a boy scout in the mountains of Pennsylvania going up, Uh, being outdoors and, uh, feeling at home there, Um and, uh, now I live in the hills of northwest Connecticut and When you can get to be in nature some I mean, I think it's just It's intuitive with us. You know, it's funny that you talk about the boy scouts and going out like that. For me growing up in Queens. Um And then you know the first time I went camping, which wasn't until I was young adult. Kind of struck me in the face that you better be in tune with nature throughout the day or you're screwed. Right? Exactly. But light is visual music is audio. How do they connect? In a space like the cathedral, which is the world's largest, um, that has seven second reverberations. Music comes alive there. Are better than speech does. As does the theatrical lighting that we use in this winter solstice celebration. That illuminates the cathedral. I think in ways that it never has been before, and that's what's been thrilling to see as we went through 40 years of our archives. Videos of this event to come up with 2.5 hours that would highlight the most iconic performance is over all these decades. So that's going to be a treat Your 30 41st annual pulling to consort Consort Solstice concert. Those words are too similar. Um, Since you can't do it in person, it's gonna be a best of from the last 40 years. Yes. And we have with singers from seven cultures. Gary Brooker, from Procol Harum singing one of the most iconic songs of the 20th century with a whiter shade of pale. Even leans from Brazil. No Paul Stookey of Peter Paul and Mary, the Dmitri Pokrovsky fingers from Russia. Then we have a lot of dance, the African dancing and drumming of the Forces of Nature Dance Theater. And Philippe Petit will make a special appearance, too, repelling down from the vault of the cathedral as the torchbearer to two, then lead the procession to the Far East end of the cathedral to ignite the sun. How can people see that? Give them the Web address. It's a video on demand. And the access is available on solstice concert.
"procol" Discussed on Knight Reader
"So this is very powerful it still Rings true today and many ways point that the made here is Wales are enormous truly wage powerful. The smart they can be terribly terribly dangerous. We'll give it a few real life examples of dangerous whales destroying and sinking ships the first example being that of the SX a great ship that was sunk by a sperm whale in fact. It's an incident that flashing popular in history and said to be an inspiration for the novel we're reading right now. First hand Reports say that just before the whale ran into the boat. They had accidentally crashed into three other whales that were in the same pack. It is said that the whale acted in a fit of anger and revenge you'd be the judge on that. Wouldn't hold of some examples in history books and other people the author knows showing us Prime examples of the dangers of sperm whales. What you do with a few descriptive and frightening passages regarding this? There's a melting point of the author being this the maliciousness of these creatures their Incredible strength endurance. Even while being hunted there are examples in history of Wales. Joe's Towing entire great vessels with the lines that were thrown into them. If you have a horse would pull a carriage other significant details such as this are penned here. It is said that if a whale is given time to retaliate it absolutely will and what makes it seem more deliberate is the time in between when the way I was first Struck it lashes out in a blind rage. But sometimes these we have will be struck and down into the deep. They swim with the line from their backs. Only to come back up 15 minutes later and swing the great fluke straight out the boat splintering into pieces. This is highly significant to our understanding of these creatures and the time. we're reminded that even the most marvelous passages in this book or a thing of reality or at least they were Now, he's proper Herman Melville fashion the chapter ends with one last great push to the meeting with some type of logical thinking Melville speaks of an ancient Christian historian called Procol. It tells us that he is by far the most trusted in done exaggerating historian of the ancient Christian century. We're told of an old story that said near Constantinople a great sea monster was captured from the sea of memora after had destroyed many vessels in the area over a period of fifty years. It is not mentioned in this historical collection. What kind of animal or most of this was Herman Melville's inclined to think that there must have been a whale and a sperm whale in his opinion he tells us why it is because of his studies and understandings only sperm whales can and we'll feed and not Mediterranean area. So concludes this chapter that provides a wealth of knowledge food for thought now before we get back into the present action get the witness our first lowering and Hunt which is incredibly exciting. We met with one more chapter called surmises chapter is very short and surmises which devices which means to supposed something is true without any evidence sample consists of Ishmael time with different ideas regarding Ahab in the whale where he presents different hypotheses. He wonders if they have hatred for the whale has spread to all sperm. Whales receives Ahab could take far too much delight not to them. And what about the crew? What about Starbuck? They had must use what tools he has available to him accomplish this dire task. These men of his tools. You have all tools in this world men are the most apps to getting out of order free thinkers. Are we? Hey, how does worry that they will lose some of the tasks and he understands very well how much Starbuck despises his quest so much. So that is too much time passes before they find that whale Starbuck we start a rebellion against the captain. Well, it had to find a way to keep them on the short leash. Keep them focused on his end game. He decides to offer them even more cash. He analytically thinks about his crew and the journey he has growing anxieties of the crew attempting to overthrow him and wrestle the command of the ship from his grasp. Realizes he will have to act as a normal Captain lay low a bit keep the crew in line still though. He commands the crew to keep a constant Lookout in the shout out at any moment. You see anything at all? We're giving a hit that this vigilance will prove worthwhile. Very sooner. This chapter has been self-explanatory. So I greeted with a new chapter called the mapmaker the first time in quite a while we seek wagon Ishmael spending some quality time together. It is a lazy cloudy afternoon to see. Shipmates were lazing about the Dex and gazing out vacantly at the gray Waters this scene freedom from action. It was a dream like afternoon and together Creek wagon Ishmael crafting a woven mat of rope that is called Florida and refused to help with the chasing parts of the ship Ishmael continues pressing on to the reader the dream like state of the scene with all the way over silently daydreaming to themselves. Nobody talking and only the sound of ropes dragging against each other. They smell makes a very cool illusion. He felt as he was crafting some Loom of time disputing the threads of fate. He speaks of waving his threat of Life leaving his own destiny. And this costs back to the main theme of this book that we spoken of quite a lot. Destiny manifestation not sort of things he continues to make some cool visual examples for us. And I wonder where the idea of this team came from what just happened by chance, but it's beautiful. There's no holds the ropes and quickly moves the sword over and under the weave ropes against tough with his indifference. No sword. Sometimes struck crooked sometimes straight sometimes soft. Sometimes hard. You smell like it's a sword strikes to Champs wage. If what they are making is a threat of time and ishmael's input is his lifetime and the random Source strikes of the thread must be the chance of Life are free will so to speak as it will affect the final product the final outcome. It seems incredible passages in reading this book cuz I still find things that I never saw before but I take different angles each month, but I see now that this scene is not without reason Ishmael and queequeg of intertwined their lives along with everyone on this ship within their imprisonment. They still have their free will often but when they clinched their oats and decided to go sailing together there so tied that not a friendship and filled the deal of their faith. Take this passage as you will but in this dream like and thoughtful State they are in there suddenly broken from it by the incredible sound. It's a very striking moment and important for the metaphors as well because the dream like state is broken and Ishmael drops his quote free will unquote or the thread for the ground the sound he describes as wage actually came from far above and the crosstrees he gave us up if he's far above him the gay head long haired idiot. Gosh. She go You still with one arm stretched out far and pointing an intervals continued his war-cry which is described as.
"procol" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Mobile app I'm Mike Spaulding newsradio WTMJ welcome to the Sunday morning edition of Wisconsin the weekend morning this might be back with us a little bit later on this morning and would we have a busy show lined up joining us is always a trusty producer Shawn levy that is here and Sean today is Sunday June twenty eighth of twenty twenty and can you believe it and two days half the year is over I cannot believe that now yeah the twenty twenty a lot of people would like to just skip over this and maybe we could start all over again on July first and see if it gets a little better but anyway today we are celebrating Paul Bunyan day nice yeah okay all right and it's also a national logistics day and the full or not national national insurance awareness day so today's the day to make sure you pay your premium nice I understand history doesn't mean Molly pitcher mean anything to you some familiar well in seventeen seventy eight Mary Hays McCauley also known as Molly pitcher carried water to the soldiers during the battle of Monmouth adding to that legend she took her husband's place had his gun after he was overcome with features one of the colonists also on this day in nineteen fourteen Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated in Sarajevo that of course led to the beginning of World War one nineteen nineteen the treaty of our site was signed in the nineteen thirty nine pan American Airways began the first trans Atlantic passenger service what else happened on this day in history well in nineteen thirty eight Congress created the F. H. H. you'll notice of course the federal housing administration it was in nineteen forty five on June twenty eighth the general macarthur announced the end of Japanese resistance in the Philippines and in fact yes he did return our lets you in seventy one the Supreme Court overturned the draft evasion conviction of Mohammed Ali and in nineteen seventy six on this day the very first woman entered the airforce academy as a cadet it was also on this day in nineteen ninety six at the citadel that was that South Carolina military school voted to admit women so they were twenty years after the Air Force Academy hi ninety seven Mike Tyson was disqualified for biting Evander Holyfield's ear there was in a fight in Vegas I think they they ended that after about three three rounds or so in two thousand five the freedom tower that's one World Trade Center was formally unveiled in seven the American bald eagle was removed from the endangered species species list have you celebrating a birthday on June twenty eighth sure with a lot of people including Henry the eighth of baroque painter Rubens was born on this day composer Richard Rodgers was born as David knight from Procol Harum.
"procol" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Report trump impeachment trial one Christopher Cruz lead house prosecutor Adam Schiff today laid out Democrats arguments for removing president trump from office he has shown no willingness to be constrained by the rule of law and has demonstrated that he will continue to abuse this power and obstruct investigations into himself causing further damage to the pillars of our democracy if he is not held accountable one of the president's lawyers J. secular told reporters shift another prosecutors didn't make their case seven seven talk about a recall notice what's not in the articles of impeachment allegations or accusations with Procol yes so you know there's a lot of things we'll do it in an orderly and I hope more systematic house prosecutors have twenty four hours to present their case over three days this week the president's lawyers will then have twenty four hours over three days to answer the charges on Christopher Cruz genesis diamonds W. T. N. traffic center twenty four west going northbound towards whites for if I got a really bad for vehicle pilot their medical units on scene for twenty four east therefore usual to go south the right lane is want here the service would have forty one so why rich by Antioch pocket Frankel limestone road an entrance into and building fire over it for church bike and you win Dr Franklin limestone road at Antioch bokken forty said old hickory Boulevard Dickerson pocket bell shire road now bad injury action around they have this in the Lebanon pike was together quite a crash there and an accident this one with injuries of Western Avenue and thirty first stamina traffic every ten minutes every morning on super talk ninety nine seven W. TM I'm Jack Womack do you have from the capital management weather center cloudy and chilly this afternoon with temperatures topping off in the mid forties clouds increase even further tonight overnight low thirty four.
"procol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That's all we do for him to decide and instrumental interlude between two sunny Brazilian songs we heard the lovely I grabbed a fair a opera sars sung by far beyond the Xhosa and here's Paul to introduce our countrymen Renato broads this so is a tribute to the many people that were brought from West Africa to Brazil in centuries past untitled Angola run across Procol.
"procol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You John record the lead singer and pianist of the band Procol Harum that song is almost fifty years old now goes back to the days when Gary and fall winter first met and bonded over their love of the music of Bach and their admiration for the Beatles producer George Martin with whom they would both end up working more on that later right now back to the main story line of these annual solstice events after the longest night of the year people have been singing songs in praise of the sun for thousands of years all winter into that ancient tradition with his piece called son singer that's the only thing that can fall winter formed in the cathedral of Saint John the divine in New York all.
"procol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In the spring of nineteen seventy one the console was booked to play at the Fillmore east here in New York to open for the band Procol Harum and I was excited they were my favorite rock band size it's and I remember loving this bluesy voice their lead singer and founder Gary Brooker and wondering would be great to do something together some day well the thing about dreams I guess is to keep them alive this one only took forty five years but tonight it's coming true please welcome Gary Brooker on the floor they the one we on where all the goal for two days it'll we the the room thank you John record the lead singer and pianist of the band Procol Harum that song is almost fifty years old now goes back to the days when Gary and fall winter first met and bonded over their love of the music of Bach and their admiration for.
"procol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Accomplishment is looking now in retrospect that's coming up after news headlines tonight low around twenty five degrees currently it's thirty two degrees mostly clear skies at seven thirty the magnificent cathedral of Saint John the divine would be filled with music as we celebrate the winter solstice I'm John Schaefer join me as Paul winter in the winter consort welcome Procol Harum founder Gary Brooker Brazilian singer Renato bras and the percussion troop forces of nature it's a global tradition in the heart of New York tonight at ten on ninety three point nine FM W. when life support for W. NYC comes from geico insurance is celebrating over seventy five years of providing auto insurance for drivers across America Google can also help insure motorcycles R. V.'s homes and more more at geico dot com or one eight hundred nine four seven auto if you believe democracy requires a free press your station is W. NYC ninety three point nine FM and am eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation line from NPR news in Culver city California I'm do a holy site count tell president trump says he accepts house speaker Nancy Pelosi's invitation to deliver the state of the union address on February fourth the invite comes two days after the democratic led house took that historic step of voting to impeach him as NPR's ones are Johnson reports in a letter to trample as he said her invitation comes in the spirit of respecting the constitution.
"procol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Didn't make sense to them and so I think there was hello hurt an offense taken to sort of that initial comment the city could now be liable for millions of dollars in damages this afternoon sunny but cold tonight clear low around twenty three but with the wind it will feel much colder currently it is twenty three degrees feels like fifteen in Central Park support for NPR comes from the pajama Graham company offering hoodie forty PJ's footed pajamas for warmth and personal style in solids holiday prince and Nordic fleece more at the John Graham dot com the magnificent cathedral of Saint John the divine will be filled with music as we celebrate the winter solstice I'm John Schaefer join me as Paul winter in the winter consort welcome Procol Harum founder Gary Brooker Brazilian singer Renato bras and the percussion troop forces of nature it's a global tradition in the heart of New York tomorrow night at ten on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC the ace are two hundred and thirty the nays are one ninety seven present is one article one is a doctor the president I'd states has been impeached for now only the third time in history the first you know that calm impeachment light from the very moment that the majority party in this house one the inevitability that we would be here today was only a matter of what day they would schedule nothing else we voted against it three times as recently as July we did not want house Democrats are dividing the country every further shaking the people's trust in this Congress this impeachment is permanent they will follow him around for the rest of his life.
"procol" Discussed on 710 WOR
"A lot of the initial messaging in all of this up work involve the words quid pro quo do do Democrats congresswoman need to fine tune their language why does everyone keep saying quid pro quo who the hell knows what that means right you won't get could Procol which one is hard to say very quickly when Procol might be too complicated and too might get lost on some people I mean it's like an SAT word quid pro quo people may not understand how dangerous can these hearings be for Democrats if they can't get the public to understand what happened please stop saying quid pro quo enough of the Latin what trump did was bribery thought about a quid pro quo bribery stay away from the sort of legalistic all Latin arguments we've heard so is the Latin don't use the Latin just use the word bribery instead of quid pro quo instead of the quid pro quo the devastating testimony corroborated evidence of bribery hello the driver prize bribery is for the public at large easier understand the quid pro quo this is the first time speaker Pelosi has made the specific bribery case against Donald Trump and several other key Democrats have also recently discussed bribery as the article of impeachment they may lead with against Donald Trump so this is all brand new this week first of all is the first person needs to testify that OJ Adam Schiff is author there's more items if it's been the offer many things a lot and found a baseball for the past couple years but he's only the author of this report he compared himself in the past to special counsel this is what he said he was doing well and we go back to Clinton and and the madness leading Clinton can't always a special counsel he presented a report that we're going to get is and judiciary he actually came in second testified under oath and took questions from all sides including the White House my first and foremost witnesses items here so you want to bring him in before the committee not just to present a report but to take questions from Democrats and to be cross examined if you well by the Republicans in a survey he's put himself in that position if he chooses not to the question his raspy and what he's putting in his report I question is the you know the motives of wise doing it is easy to hide behind report it's easy to hide behind a gavel in intelligence committees behind closed door hearings but it's only one other thing to actually.
"procol" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Procol might be too complicated and too might get lost on some people I mean it's like an SAT word quick vocal people may not understand how dangerous can these hearings be for Democrats if they can't get the public to understand what happened please stop saying quid pro quo enough of the Latin what trump did was bribery thought about a quid pro quo bribery stay away from the sort of legalistic all Latin arguments we've heard go is the Latin just use the word bribery instead of quid pro quo instead of the quid pro quo the devastating testimony corroborated evidence of bribery hello the driver prize bribery is for the public at large easier understand the quid pro quo this is the first time speaker Pelosi has made these specific bribery case against Donald Trump and several other key Democrats have also recently discussed bribery as the article of impeachment they may lead with against Donald Trump so this is all brand new this week first and foremost the first person needs to testify that option Adam Schiff is author there's more items if it's been the all for many things a lot and found a baseball from the past couple years but even with the author of this report he compared himself in the past to a special counsel this is what he said he was doing well and we go by the Clinton and and the madness meeting Clinton is always a special counsel he presented a report that we're going to get is and judiciary he actually came in second testified under oath into questions from all sides including the White House my first and foremost with this is Andrea so you want to bring him in before the committee not just to present a report but to take questions from Democrats and to be cross examined if you will by the Republicans he needs today he's put himself in that position if he chooses not to I really question his veracity and what he's putting in his report I question is the the motives of wise now it's easy to hide behind report it's easy to hide behind a gavel in intelligence committees behind closed door hearings but it's only one another thing to actually get up and have to answer questions about what is staff knew how he knew what he knew about the possible report his interaction that he's had with you crying the other things that he's at over time in this process and also want he's still not released documents to our committee and reports are committed there that we need to actually pull proceeded archimedean Judiciary Committee which is the committee of impeachment I have a question what are they hiding this stuff from us if they think they have such a case give us all the materials and don't let Jerry Nadler ride a crazy letter this is only six let us know your your witnesses are we don't even have the information from you from the Intel committee at this is why this is a problematic exercise is simply a made for TV event coming on Wednesday right that was how congressman Doug Collins of the great state of Georgia I I've no idea on this whole issue of what camp is doing the governor down and in Georgia why not he is the obvious choice to replace Johnny Isaacson I have many of my my friends down in Georgia they are ticked off he Brian camp is up poised to select Kelly waffler your place Johnny Isaacson and a lot of this comes down to well number one president trump help camp get elected congressman Doug Collins has been one of one of the strongest most outspoken leaders in the house now on all of the issues from the Russia hoax to the your cranium hoax now she is apparently is the chief executive of a subsidiary of some Atlanta based intercontinental exchange and owner of George's women's National Basketball Association team the Atlanta dream which is great he doesn't have any experience whatsoever as it relates to politics and all right so they they have a lot of money but the amount of money apparently and personal wealth maybe that benefits other politicians in Georgia but it shouldn't be about that it should be you know about you know seven hundred fifty thousand dollars in donations to admit Romney which I guess is nice but nothing to Donald Trump until she apparently once this position all right is that we risking now in Georgia having somebody that is more like a Romney Republican that's a problem anyway eight hundred nine four one Shawn of you want to be a part of the program everything that you heard though Doug Collins saying their shift needs to be the first and foremost witness media Democrats should use bribery instead a quid pro quo by the way and that would only fit Joe and white Democrats still hiding documents in a devastating letter from how White House counsel pats of baloney to Jerry Nadler about this ridiculous unfair quote hearing that begins with no fact witnesses what what do you have a big town hall from scholars state that agree with them and peach trouble over anything anyway Sydney Powell is high here with us she wrote the best selling book license to live in that book she chronicles prosecutorial abuse that we now know was happen on many levels we'll see what happens a week from today with the visor report coming out Joe also represents general Michael Flynn a federal judge last Wednesday agreed to postpone next month's sentencing or general Flynn after the release of the FISA our report from Michael Horowitz city pals with us how are you Hey good John how are you well let's I'm good thank you let's start with general Flynn first off I'm we know that that he was set up at this point we know the up out in the U. is lying at this point we know that that they said well you either agree that you light even though we didn't think your light or we've got a is ready bankrupt he lost his house but girls will go after your son who was in business with you so what choice I guess there's a father have at that point yes he was under tremendous pressure of every time financial emotional psychological family everything to enter the plea of guilty one a day and then of course they did not disclose to him the scads of evidence they have that shows he's innocent and was completely framed and have you ever got nothing really information yet that you've been requesting no I haven't we're still waiting on an order from judge Sullivan hopefully you will require them to produce everything that they redacted their heavy redactions on the few things they have produced and then they gave only maker summaries of multiple other things that they admitted were exculpatory so we need the full documents we certainly can't trust their summaries and a summary doesn't qualify as evidence anyway they're supposed to produce the actual evidence so that I expect even after the Horowitz report there are number of issues that judge Solomon will need to enter ask me for one thing we identified a memo of January thirty twenty seventeen while he was still in the White House to completely exonerate him of being any sort of agent of Russia which was one of the pre when that letter say slimy we don't know other than he's not an agent of Russia you never was and they knew that all along because he was working with the defense intelligence agency you know I I think for the American people but the you know for people together the the people that do make America great they get up every day and they take care of their jobs and families a responsibilities and and other shoveling coffee down their throat making the kids one cent of the kids off to school work there fourteen hours come home help them study feed them and and crawl into bed exhausted it it's been three years of never ending corruption being exposed now we're about to begin the process of untangling this mass you read Pat's a Bologna's letter to Jerry Nadler what do you think of that mess yeah it's just unspeakable at such an outrage there's nothing constitutional about the process at all and I'm very glad the White House decided that the president would not participate in it they will not stand up under Supreme Court reviewer frankly any legitimate court review what do you make of these reports these leaks New York times and Washington post no no well they're gonna think the FBI did some things wrong and yet maybe they didn't get it right with the FISA court but we know that they will warned repeatedly not to use the dirty dossier they used anyway or Lisa paid say there is no fat the mobile way I have committed any crime at all okay shot Bob she's entitled to her defense I'm I believe in the principle of innocence and Toby improving guilty but the evidence is not in dispute as to her political motivations as it no it would be hard to look at all those text messages and I'm not seeing flagrant political bias regardless of what the inspector general said in those conclusions under prior report in which he frankly only now that there was a document that said because we despise Donald Trump we are doing X. Y. and see you know he's he's very literal in his approach and he doesn't have the same subpoena power and ability to get a grand jury and things like that that John Durham house so his reports going to be limited from the outset but I expected to be rich and factual information well I agree and again that we have on the heels of that because an inspector general really really can't you know we can't former grand jury he's the camp had convened a grand jury you can't issue indictments are but John Doran canned candy so where do you see the connection between the two investigations obviously the dorm report will be the blockbuster where I would assume some people probably get indicted I would expect criminal referrals even to come out of the inspector general's report but does have come in the past and nobody's done anything about him I would expect John term to start doing something about them if he doesn't then we clearly have a double standard in this country that completely destroys the rule of law Attorney General Barr has said he is a big proponent of the rule of law which is the very foundation of our justice system if we're going to have one at all and it's got to be restored if it isn't the Republicans history you know it does get down to that Sydney one of the things in license polite you talk about prosecutorial of abuse and you you for example you knew all about and Weissman Mahler's pit bull from the beginning and you know here he is now all over television I guess so he's getting a contributor ship what at the conspiracy channel MST and see and you know he's it's obvious his anti trump by is how how to people with that big of bias have those powerful positions where it doesn't it to them it's it's like the forget all humanity that there are humans there a lives behind the people that they are charging it's like I I I'm convinced that people want Paul man a fort well you know he's found guilty tax returns loan applications okay dumb things to do but it seems they won't be happy unless the guy dies in jail they wanted dead in jail life over they wanted to be a death sentence in other words yes they truly dispositive in people one day in themselves the ultimate authority of all issues it's a it's a very sick position from which to operate but yet that's exactly where they come from and it's got to stop I mean the reason I wrote license to light was to try to wake people up five years ago and it's only gotten worse because nothing was done about Mr Weisman's misconduct.
"procol" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The initial messaging in all of this up were involved the words quid pro quo do do Democrats congresswoman need to fine tune their language why does everyone keep saying quid pro quo who the hell knows what that means I don't get could Procol which one is hard to say very quickly when Procol might be too complicated and too might get lost on some people I mean it's like an SAT word quick it may not understand how dangerous can these hearings be for Democrats if they can't get the public to understand what happened please stop saying quid pro quo enough of the Latin what trump did was bribery thought about a quid pro quo bribery stay away from the sort of legalistic all Latin arguments we've heard Joe is the Latin I'm just use the word bribery instead of quid pro quo instead of the quid pro quo the devastating testimony corroborated evidence of bribery hello the driver project bribery is for the public at large easier understand the quid pro quo this is the first time we go below sea has made the specific bribery case against Donald Trump and several other key Democrats have also recently discussed bribery as the article of impeachment they may lead was against Donald Trump so this is all brand new this week first of all is the first person is to testify that I'm sure Adam silver's author there's a board I was it was really all for many things a lot and found to be false but even with the author of this report he compared himself in the past to a special counsel this is what he said he was doing well and we go by the Clinton and and the magnet committing Clinton can't always a special counsel he presented a report that we're going to get is and judiciary he actually came in second testified under oath into questions from all sides including the White House first and foremost witnesses items here so you want to bring him in before the committee not just to present a report but to take questions from Democrats are to be cross examined if you well by the Republicans in this debate he's put himself in that position if he chooses not to I really question his raspy and what he's putting in his report I question is a on the motives of wise doing it is easy to hide behind report it's easy to hide behind a gavel in intelligence committees behind closed door hearings but it's only one another thing to actually get up and have to answer questions about what is staff knew how he knew.
"procol" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Glass and one of the pioneers of rock music was in a number of bands you think of him with Procol Harum of course you can give him with Paul McCartney and wings but he had several other bands he was and so from the mid sixties are going into the eighties this man has been strumming his gifts arms are his gift federal intervention program moody blues right mistake thank you enter and I should either because I read read his bio and I'm very happy to have her and you get a chance to shake his hand next weekend in box burger because he's gonna be at V. can venture the comic convention hosted by Gary summer so everybody please welcome Mr Denny Laine Danny how are you hello yeah all this on the day she well this is my time in the day this is a charming them are known to be on the radio and look it right into you one Larry how in why did you change your name demi lane well that's a funny question well in those days you gotta remember all of the plans you know had stage names yeah isn't it and mine came from all right and sigs so my system is used to you know the soundness thank you lane and then I'd like clear lines jazz singer I know just to name my Lenore Danielle was cool Danny is a kid because our attic again in the back of the meals to make and then no player and do things anyway that's all we can wall and and its stock all had to band cool dandelion the diplomats and Dave Bevans Mierlo is determined that Brandon you know I went on to become professional and then join the moody blues but I still can't nine and you play a variety of string instruments but I think this was your first part three broke the ukulele well there was a you know after the war does Laura Stockton is so troubled and I was going to meet his own gas masks and all sorts of stuff in there hello Susan ukulele in there well it probably belongs to my brother when he was in the navy as I was growing up I didn't seem to log ten years on and off because it was the wrong way but it was his ukulele sauce for the parking around on it so the court starts that way and when did you know that you actually could play a song comfortably just you know I mean you sign in you just comes naturally to me in this current copy things no man I mean I didn't know I had to tune it promptly words I'm not sending up and and just to earn just start taunting Ron just soul soul songs things like that Sri cooled things you know need more including system just to get used to actually just a company must really and then you know you can you can you can do then you get a bowl can you learn a tune and then you get a good call do you know you do the same thing we lost but you're actually just making out there you go along I didn't have any unless you know so I I just had to conceal my way into which she did and yeah whether it's Qatar bass guitar for ukulele his fingers know how to make great music out of those instruments Los Angeles is swimming totaled so many people you know along the way and then a lot of recording and say you know you he he he put in a position where you want to learn another instrument because you know you're in a band and you want to swap instruments or whatever so when Paul was playing piano I would pick up the place and and things like that so used you get into it you know in Dan and a good supply and piano because well my parents are the piano when I was a kid so you know kind of picked up a few things from now putting bands in the studio I ended up time love piano and on stage and then our Lawrence journal to write songs on piano as long as you saw and you mention Polish section to curl how did that friendship first start an obviously guild we you know after members and in those days all the bands that came from at a town London laws when the market goes and that's what the industry calls we all ended up meeting the children the club's basically I had met the bagels in done again long time this week we're open to them one of the shows and their priestly balmy came down to London many games formed in when we we met them in the cold and we will send you was a nine stage and he was a man five we get there which is so we we signed to bind it stands label we we became friends and so long many years later calls for he called me to join wings because he knew me also you can you can only be just the mails claim with them you can show that you may own looks when you just mentioned Paul Paul now on the bill as well and told John transnational's will spend the morning mode and selecting a sorority called me because he knew walls to renewal on June summit Newman annual so Noone salting hundred works from being you more comfortable okay and there is that there's a website on you in the truck full of information and almost anybody who was anybody in the music scene around London in the mid sixties and arm all you seem to be like in the club together yeah no he won't want them to send you know we will come from out of town wheels I mean was a London scene which was a lot more blues I mean a lot of the bands none was more jazz blues yellow traditional jazz long all that stuff and and but most of the bands matter town well yes so you know there may be made it big in their own town but they couldn't really care anyway as is and come to London and be just normal yeah announcer and that's what happened so therefore we all hung out together we had a little party soon we did the movie does his stuff off his animal M. using time will come to those boxes so we turn it will certainly and we also worked with a lot of discrete almost same stages we mission bills with he won't be all birds and wants to and also people and and therefore we we became part of that so Holland and saying and and I mean everybody still I can still get to play to neutrinos dies yeah just like it was yesterday really I've got we got a lot of friendships it's going to break I have to take and then after that you've got a phone call from a gentleman named Bob and the phone calls are beginning to come on in of people who want to speak to you so let me get the break up that way we'll be back in a couple minutes the time and the temperature or here a WBC twelve fifteen thirty eight degrees the.
"procol" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Come up now one of the Democrat members quickly from Illinois says Hey where maybe they didn't have any direct contact with hearsay can be better evidence then direct I am not kidding you and if it gets too close to a primer on here say I think the American public needs reminded that countless people have been convicted on here say because the courts have routinely allowed and created needed exceptions to hearsay hearsay can be much better evidence than direct as we have learned in painful instances and certainly valid in it and this was done on your because none of those exceptions were part of this testimony so Obama's being impeached by the Republicans and Republican member says well okay we got to witness their who never spoke to the president never met the president never spoke about anything let alone about this bar here say could be much better evidence than direct evidence are you kidding me Gregg Jarrett fox news quickly get to the obtuse award for saying something that is totally awesome ridiculous yet look single here say is unreliable double hearsay is a joke triple hearsay is a farce and quadruple hearsay is slapstick in both full Marie and yet that's what we heard today George can't said he believed there was a quid pro quo because he heard it from Taylor who heard it from Jim Morrison who heard it from Gordon song one word someone get it hello he zoomed there was a quid pro quo even though the president told him directly I want nothing there's no quid pro quo this is just been great he said multiple times resident clearly stated I want Procol that's who they were getting their here say from yeah ito the cross examination is the engine of true thing we learned today why because the eater Jordan Radcliffe and Turner Visser rated this chattering class of diplomats whose only currency seems to be in the window rumor speculation based on multiple here say that's not evidence it's junk and hats off to congressman Turner who said you guys wouldn't even be allowed in a court of law he and then we have in front of you.
"procol" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"procol" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Mistranslation the name that's being given for this planet was originally planned it acts later it was changed to point nine based on the demotion Pluto so you may ask isn't like where is any of the seven three like where is any of this to making sense well it's very important to stand that in nineteen eighty three NASA sent out on a pro called pioneer ten and the goal of paying your tennis pro was to explore the outer solar system and the only reason they did that was because they were finding these per two genes to the to the orbits of our outer planets Uranus and Neptune they found that their children on their axes in something is disrupting them far out and they want to find out what it was and so they sent pine your ten out nineteen eighty three and and they also send another another of Procol pioneer lead and they both went different directions hi near eleven in find anything the pine year ten thousand seven most significant discoveries literally in human history and people don't even know about them that's what's so amazing about it and the reason you know that is go look upon your can go looking into this incredible piece of information that is just starting to be known by people it's called the nineteen eighty seven new illustrated science unicycle invention encyclopedia volume eighteen so this is what this is is there's a volume of encyclopedia's that comes out every year and it was it back before the internet these encyclopedia's were the rule when it came to information that's how you that's how you look things up yeah absolutely seven they released this encyclopedia that cover all aspects of everything but one part that it covered with about the solar system and on page two thousand four hundred eighty eight the included information about what pioneer ten found now if you go look in other places you won't find anything say is like the only information about what part of your found just disappeared except for except from one from a few of these places in one of these places was when you look at that page you see a picture of the pioneer pro ten and you see the trajectory that talk and I quote it says in the this is all it says this is litter the only thing it says in the caption but as a photo that goes with it now described for really quick in the second it says Heiner ten became the first craft to passengers into interstellar space in nineteen eighty three the diagram shows the path of the two pioneer probes and again it it says nothing about any of of what the tire probes found which is so peculiar.
"procol" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Mistranslation the name that's being given for this planet was originally planned it acts later it was changed to point nine based on the demotion Pluto so you may ask is it like where is any of the seven three like what we're is any of this to make any sense well it's very important stand that in nineteen eighty three NASA sent out of approach called pioneer ten and the goal of paying your tennis pro was to explore the outer solar system and the only reason they did that was because they were finding these for two reasons to the to the orbits of our outer planets Uranus and Neptune they found that their children on their axes in something is disrupting them far out and they want to find out what it was and so they sent pioneer ten out nineteen eighty three and and they also send another another Procol player lead and they both went different directions pioneer eleven didn't find anything the pine year ten thousand seven most significant discoveries literally in human history and people don't even know about them that's what's so amazing about it and the reason you know that is go look upon your can go looking into this incredible piece of information that is just starting to be known by people it's called the nineteen eighty seven new illustrated science in a cycle intervention encyclopedia volume eighteen so this is what this is is there's a volume of encyclopedia's that comes out every year and it was it back before the internet these encyclopedia's were the rule when it came to information that's how you that's how you look things up yeah absolutely seven they released this encyclopedia that cover all aspects of everything but when one part that it covered with about the solar system and on page two thousand four hundred eighty eight the included information about what time you're ten found now if you go look in other places you won't find anything it's a it's like the only information about what time you're found just disappeared except from one from a few of these places.