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"richard bell" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Jim Bowie had showed 186650 Jimbo 1866505 4626 As we talked with attorney Richard Bell about some of the things you need to consider in terms of Ah, your workplace would you have advice to people in general where they're looking? For work. And, of course, people look for all kinds of things and work to look for pay and benefits and and working conditions of the like, would probably of the the suitability of filing a lawsuit isn't first on their list, and it shouldn't be. I don't suppose, but at least it's something that needs to be kept in mind, right? Yes, I think what you you need, obviously everything you mentioned there are priorities. I think what you always need to look at any workplace you potentially going into is How does it look to you? And how did the people that were there? Look to you in terms ofthe safety that doesn't look like things are being done in a safe manner and helping manner. Because that is the number one test. Obviously, we're in a pandemic, So it's all that more important. All right again. These air just considerations that I think most of us probably don't don't keep in mind a cz. We go about about this sort of thing in terms of most state laws, regulations and the like. What changes should we make? Are there areas in which were deficient or overly protective or not protective enough? Well, you know what I think? I think we all have to stand back a second because of the era. Do it in and just say, Hey. Boy is safety and health important in a workplace. We kind of take it for granted. And You saved yourself. Well, you know, I'm sure it's being taken care of. It's not always being taken care of. So I think what we need to do is to make sure that we have the kinds of state rules and regulations and public health laws. In effect, and then the right kind of personnel to run proper inspections to make sure everybody's playing by the rules. Fair enough, and that, of course, gets in another area. That, of course, involves money to hire inspectors and people who know what they're doing in this sort of thing. And my guess would be that that whatever we have Currently Is is substandard, at least in terms of Ah Oh, the amount of people involved the amount of inspectors involved. You could tell me whether or not they tend to be well trained and well experience. But I'm guessing that the human nature being what it is on such expenditures that we probably Cut corners on that. Oh, Jim, this is a great air because I do a lot of construction law cases in New York. Obviously, we have tons of major construction and unfortunately, a lot of construction workers get hurt. And what I find again and again over decades is that these large construction companies Have a lot of inspectors, and they have a lot of safety plans, and everything is written up nicely and the inspections are allegedly done, and the corner cutting is done at every turn by the biggest companies on the biggest buildings. And what you just said, is right. It's human nature to want to get the job done faster is more money in it. If you finish fast will be no contract penalties and people don't do what they're supposed to do. And unfortunately in construction field is you know when Safety doesn't come first. People don't just get hurt. People die. It's a call from Christopher in upstate New York. Hello, Christopher. Hey, how you guys don't want we're fine. Thank you. I just got a question on the workmen's contact my work report for camp in New York. And so I got a good background of the contractor for 28 years. Um One of the things is if they start doing Camp. On the corner, Butters! You could do countdown, the flu, you could do kind of cold. And it will totally bankrupt state. And everything out. So that's a consideration that taken into consideration with us crazy Thank you. Alright, well, let's let our guest respondent and then you if you follow it will go ahead But go ahead. Richard. Yeah, Christopher. The common cold and the flu are not going to be The kind of occupational illness is that the work is Concorde. You gonna entertain so you don't have to be concerned about that They have certain types of occupational illness is cold. It is going to be one of them. Obviously. But they're a very different level. So I wouldn't be concerned about things like Holden the flow being adjudicated in the comp court that that would be silly, fair enough. More to come. 186650 Jimbo, our number 18665054626 If we talked with Attorney Richard Bell, just how legally protected are you when you walk back onto the work site? Back in a moment. Attention homeowners spending more time around your house Major, putting more stress on major appliances that keep your home running. Like many Americans, a major breakdown could be very costly. During these uncertain times, A C unit goes out. That's 4500 bucks. Water heater breaks 1500..
"richard bell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The twenty twenty season are we entering a time where you'll have to sign a coded waiver everywhere you go like whenever you go to the gym or book a table at a restaurant or interest salon hotel we're joined by liability attorney Richard bell author of a book called why insurance companies hate when you hire a lawyer Richard set this up well well this is a a very hot issue right now so here's what it is so let's let's start with the regular consumer can run to president trump in a minute but the broker at the everyday consumer you go into a barber shop or restaurant GMS store they may be present you with what's called a waiver of liability and it will be worse one analyst sensually stated on the form that we're not responsible if we're negligent and you get coped that's the basic language of it so the big question becomes does that piece of paper mean anything and she just found it right so just because you sign a waiver right and I think we might have learned in I'm no lawyer won a one doesn't mean you can't sue that they are excellent excellent Gordon says that that is a great advice you're giving because because it's absolutely true because okay well we were all very from state to state it is some basic principles in almost all the state half and that is okay you sign a waiver what is it me or number one depending on the state it may be interpreted more in favor of the consumer than the business number two they have to have a very clear language in the case of cold food you're gonna they're gonna have to state very specifically what they're talking about that you didn't contract code here something that nature and it's going to have to be in a certain bond and most importantly this is almost across the board I can't speak for fifty states but that consideration of most say that while a business can contract itself may be out of the ordinary negligence it can not contract itself out of gross negligence wow okay so that would cross the board subject to interpretation I guess right yes so basically in in very simple language so ordinary negligence is the failure to use ordinary caring gross negligence and basically you are failing to news any flight caring you're you're completely disregarding the rights and safety of others so let me give you a couple examples that might come up in the conflict situations ordinary negligence maybe that's you not properly monitoring the social distancing of your customers are not properly monitoring the times which you disinfect the place let's step it up what might gross negligence being like you said it's always subject to interpretation by court so grossly negligent might be you write your employees come to work with symptoms okay that sounds like a the next level well how about you in a restaurant you put the tables two feet apart they should be six feet apart as we all know the guidelines right now so that's where this issue might come up we're even though you sign something according to a second that was gross negligence you're not you're not getting contracted out of that speak with Richard bell liability attorney also author of a book called why insurance companies hate when you hire a lawyer we're talking about waivers that we might see put out from businesses as customers perhaps enter their doors the the waiver just it doesn't sound customer friendly recording this is a excellent point selects the away from the waffle one second go to the public relations part if I show up at a restaurant or body shop and they present with the wave of the first thing I say is what's the matter you're not doing the right thing here you're not you're not a safe place to me why am I have to find it and if if you are gonna perceived as someone who really want to go to that place Hey you got to read it and be happy to see them Hey I want inspector place I want to see what procedures you are following a one a look at it I want to see what but notices around the wall and if you're not satisfied walk out wow with the I guess that would be a right you walk into the restaurant the hand your waiver before you sign it you say I want a full to work sure absolutely not I guess customer consumers have all the power we always forget that I do consume the water and consumers forget you have the power you have the power to purchase so what's going to happen here Richard's career really gonna see like this a small mom and pop shops are chain restaurants handing people waivers when they walk in and then telling them thanks but no thanks if they won't sign it I think that you are going to see some businesses I don't know how prevalent it's going to be but most likely some of larger businesses and maybe even small ones we recover the business attorney get this thing drafted and present you with it but you know what here's the big catch here I think we're creating issue that may never be there because for most businesses in order to prove your case you have to not just prove that they were grossly negligent or negligent depending on the situation but you'd have to prove that you've got the code from their establishment and that is such a.
"richard bell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Or restaurant you in the store they may be present game with what's called the waiver of liability and it will be warm and officially started on the forms that were not responsible for negligence and you get coke attorney Richard bell on the potential of signing a waiver to release businesses of liability if you get sick while they're there's fresh public anger over a black man being shot and killed by police this time in Atlanta body camera footage shows two police officers approached twenty seven year old ray shard Brooks while he was asleep in his car at a Wendy's drive through on Friday a breathalyzer and sobriety tests were administered videos from eye witnesses show the two officers then struggled to detain Mr Brooks as they move to arrest him wrestling in with him on the ground Mr Brooks is seen grabbing a taser from one officer and running away during the chase one officer fired his taser toward Mister Brooks Mr Brooks then appears to turn toward the police and aim the taser at them he was then shot to make a Miller is the victim's wife is gonna ever come to light and are they gonna get worse because right now seems like it's only becoming more aggressive officer Garrett Rolph could face a murder charge the medical examiner says the death was a homicide from gun shots to the back the cop who fired the shots has been terminated and the police chief in Atlanta has resigned marches and rallies were held at the Wendy's restaurant where the incident took place was set on fire new coronavirus cases in hospitalizations in record numbers swept through more states including Florida and Texas.
"richard bell" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Eighteen states have granted nursing homes and other long term care facilities some legal immunity related to the pandemic with another ten states close to providing similar protections joining us on the company's lifeline attorney Richard bell thank you for joining us thank you for inviting me so why are nursing homes getting legal immunity amid all this well very simply because for profit nursing homes want their business is protected from lawsuits even when nursing home negligence causes the Kobe death and what happens when you give lawsuit protection to wrongdoers like nursing homes in this case you encourage the wrongdoing and you give them a free pass to be negligent okay what is legal immunity actually cover and how does it differ from state to state sure okay California does not have it at this point it's being discussed but it's now up to nineteen states that have some form of you know what it means is that if your loved one died from Kobe did you think it was because of some negligence by the nursing home the nursing home is now protected and you can not sue them you cannot be successful in a lawsuit against them they have community are legal protection from a lawsuit how do you prove gross negligence during a pandemic right so gross negligence is one of the exceptions that most of these new laws have and gross negligence is a very high standard it's it's basically it's a reckless disregard for the safety so some of the things that you might be able to prove is that there was a long term infection control program that wasn't being followed or a long term that he the nurses weren't following the proper procedures of the home attendance but you basically have to prove they were reckless and that is a that's a very high standard it's going to be more difficult because families aren't there to be witnesses right now and ask the kids aren't allowed in state inspections are being done right now so it's going to be an extremely high standard to prove if you're in a state that has that immunity statute that was gonna be my next question is if there are no visitors allowed and it you know you're you're trying to prove this it seems like it would be very difficult so what are some of the things that you should always keep records of an document okay so record keeping is very difficult right now for families unless they have some kind of Skype in the least they're seen them the records of the facilities we don't know what's really going on in there right now so we don't know how lax it's going to be my best suggestion this isn't just a full legal advice this is actually advice for anyone who has someone in.
"richard bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Richard bell don't talk to me I want to hear your voice hi guys hi I'm good how are you I'm doing fine not speaking of sailing a lot of people well I would first want to say this is what I'm about to give an intro that's going to lead to my story to corona virus but it actually doesn't have anything to do with it and I'm just doing that to make a connection but rejoice this is my first non covert nineteen story I think a month ago as I was putting it together I don't know if it's because I love the subject of my story so much which I do or just because it's not covered related but I am feel I'm I am field with joy and field with that right now so let me present to you without further ado my pretend intro a lot of people are cooking right now with the whole coronavirus quarantine which means a lot of dishes a lot of people aren't used to doing the dishes three times a day and with that I bring you this server was here Peter Miller washes the dishes after serving us a lunch of homemade soup and bread he's on the Seattle architecture and design bookstore Peter Miller books for nearly forty years and he has a new book of his own called how to wash the dishes how to wash the dishes is literally about how to wash the dishes it's only sideways claim is that it's not a terrible thing to read and it's not a dull thing to read the effect but the people will enjoy it the book starts with Peter's preferred method of dish washing a warm soapy bowl of water in the sink that only rinse dishes get dipped in he prefers a dish cloth to respond since I'm just hold bacteria and a clock can be disinfected with scalding water Peter is writing like the way he talks is a combination of utilitarian information and a very poetic way of finding pleasure in life's most mundane daily tasks it is in a way the finish of a meal it has its own elements of being a final act but it brings the dishes back to the sink you see how well your broccoli did or you see how poorly your squash did but if your thought about the dishes is no thought or if it's a dread as I've heard from lots of people I'd love to have people come over I can't stand the dishes part if you want to learn to cook you also have to learn to clean you have to learn to finish and you have to learn to find immediate pleasures and the pleasures of there the details are there with a little bit of system to how you wash the dishes I think it makes a kind of sense Peter says a sink kitchen counters in the dishwasher should all be empty before you start cooking a meal it's like an operating room and when you leave it you directly we were talking about hand washing dishes but he's not opposed to using the dishwasher some things aren't meant to go in the dishwasher you're not meant to put your knives or your goals or your colander errors or your Wisconsin they're awkward and they don't stack and they take up room in the I think it says in the book the dishwashers express train in your sink is the local it's the one for particular things we all have our relationship to our dishes you are whisked to our pots and pans when I'm doing the dishes I like the ease of swiping a plate with a side the sponge the sponge the Zamboni to my plates ice skating rink but I dread watching my massive here Peter reads an excerpt from the book when you're washing the dishes you may find yourself having strong reactions to particular pieces the way people do with other people summer your type and others not so much there's a place for sentiment when doing the dishes I've used some of my pans and pots for thirty years I know them I know there are things I know their talents I can see where they were dropped they're always the ones to get the best wash top and bottom so how did the dishes work if you have guests over doing the dishes will tell you things and if someone should join you it will tell you things about them as well should you let your company help with the dishes I'm pleased if guests help I'm pleased if they sipped most I'm pleased if they're pleased so whatever I don't care if people want to help give them additional the dish towels this wonderful subtle quiet brilliant ball player in the task of doing the dishes if you choose to buy how to wash the dishes it will come with the book market with this quote you will always have Paris and there will always be dishes go to my northwest dot com slash Rachel bell for a link to buy the book Peter Miller books a shipping all of its books during the shutdown it's off time to go back to work that's it get you a man who can talk about a dish towel like that I love him I love him till he wrote another book that I love love love call at lunch at the shop that is all about taking a break not eating at your desk at his shop for years I don't know if he's still doing it everyone would kind of bring in pieces to make a meal together so you're not eating individual lunches I have a little leftover pasta alive a little scrap of bread and then they would run the pike place because they used to be located over there and just get a couple things to fill it in and make this lunch and sit down together for like fifteen minutes and do the dishes and eat on actual plates and I just think that what he stands for and his small pleasures approach is so tantalizing it's also something that I've noticed about people who are happy yes that they they seem to all have that in common yes yeah well and and presents right I mean he asks he is paying attackers attention to what he's doing while he's doing it as opposed to thinking about five other things right well he's doing a sixth yeah I know I I think people like that I always aspire to people like that and I don't get even in their area now I I mean I try so hard to do but it just doesn't work for me thank you I will handle the funny thing you said about the sort of everyone pitching in on lunch that's the history of the mixed plate in Hawaii yeah because because it was all of the cane sugar cane workers who would all bring individual things from different cultures yeah and that's what makes players such as like we would put these things together like where did macaroni salad come come in this whole thing and and and that's always the history that's like kinda love the idea that there was a tradition there what are the dishes or the pieces in your kitchen that you don't like to watch and what do you like to watch silverware I don't have a dishwasher and I I hate doing silverware because I can't I feel like I can really get it like plates and bowls and stuff I can get in get him done shot you just checking things off the list the silverware I got like a handful of a couple of trying to do a couple of tiring to one at a time that it cleans better than it takes forever all right so I will very often clean today around I think and they were well so four were left over my girlfriend to do yeah I got a couple of recalcitrant pans that said that I don't their resistance to cleaning they don't like it and they things philosophically yes we can yeah we don't like we don't like each other they are a good size they're not worn out yet but something about them we just don't see eye to eye but I would say everything else I actually don't so much mind clean I don't use a food processor I know some people have older ones especially that a kind of a pain to clean air yeah those are kind of terrible to clean so you know I I'd probably maybe might Showtime rotisserie set it and forget it yeah I saw that one that one is a little bit it's not hard to clean but it's just one of the things I'd like you in the civil war I put it off and put it off yeah I'll just let it go as long as I can I don't mind cleaning the dishes but I do not like putting them back and I think this is if I ever could custom build my own kitchen I would do it in a way that would make putting things back easier because I lived in a place once that that did have a kitchen that was built to the specifications of the person who built the house yeah and it was so much easier because things went into places that they were supposed to go when I'm trying to put away Tupperware I get close to suicide but at my old place there was like a nice place to put the leads yeah the Tupperware is sort of a it's a point of tension in our house.
"richard bell" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Yeah I'm like your smart in the back. come back you don't take a look we come back all the time and because we got family owned go go visit him and I'm always shocked at how bad it gets I went to the. the thing at the Anaheim convention center and driving on the freeway out there and along the river bed. ladies of tent where the homeless people are filled with drugs and crime and and what are we supposed to do just ignore that so we that's what they're trying to do trample on their rights there's no crime when you talk. those are you know and then walk through there about ten o'clock in yeah exactly yeah I with your little kids are old single woman I did try to cover assignment in Skid Row one time that was a scary thing what what did you do did you pretend like your home yes of believe pretend like I was a homeless and and the first thing I learned was that nobody there was an alcoholic. everybody there is a drug at right and then did somebody try to shake you down for where you work wanted to sleep that night yeah I like it you know its territory would you say that when I say that all the time. twenty eight percent it's like twenty four. and and the mostly do will diagnose yes they are they are mental problems with drug addict whatever I would say and and were you scared for your life did you sleep overnight on the street yes well people threaten you let's wait. we got a little right right right I just want to point out that the movie den of thieves was based on Richard so if you want to see what his life was like a watch that movie if I didn't do the legal ports. today's disclaimer Richard bell the margarines actual gaming expert treat it transaction gain experts here with us we're going to have the four special agent Forsman agency Derek esmalte about of the arm then we have just give on at two o'clock and Tom McClintock coming by to be or two o'clock the entry doctors but they live in seven ninety KABC..
"richard bell" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I had Beverly Brome joepat Perron. I had Richard bell and. Beverly Brown was was very helpful. She went to Yale and. You know, I was really, really close with her. And you know, it's funny, you people when they talk about all these different. I was thinking about it. There was so relaxed. I mean people used to go skinny dipping. And then you, you know, you'd meet people and you'd be naked. So. So. But Beverly was from the midwest, she was gay. Yeah. And she and here I was kind of big muscular, kind of Italian guy, and she really educated me, and I would do anything for her. She just and gave me parts that will hard for me and helped me in my writing. Help me what to read was the big long or so much, and she always came to all my plays up until she passed most the biggest challenge for you initially. Being confident not feeling that I was sophisticated and not being well, read enough bring I just felt I was like sensitive here, and I could feel when I was not up to snuff for being, you know, why would get nervous off and not want to embarrass my right? And then but once I got in there, then I didn't feel the same. I've always been better with one on one with teachers, not in classroom. Yeah. Unless they gave me a text or something, and then and then I studied after college with remain Robert Motoko, who was worked with sandy Meisner, and he, he, he made a huge impression on me. So when I went back to yell I was pretty well trained. I was better trained than most of the people in that class, I would say and he did a lot of theater here with the west breath and theater, but I had good training. So then I could take, you know, vocal things in the mood. Movement things there. And I got to work a lot at Yale with a lot of very talented people in who is in your classic. Charles dot Angela Bassett supreme Sabrina LeBow. And that's where you met Francis to Francis was a year ahead of me. It's I'm Joel and Joel would see me and plays. And they made movies yet. Well, when she did blit simple. I went to see that. And that's Joel. And ethan. And, and then I had done this play at the Gino Neil center right after Yale that Lloyd Richards, who was the dean of the drama school was the head of that. And I met John Patrick Shanley, and I did deigning deep Lucy and did a bunch of things, which on, including five corners, which a lot of people saw me in this kind of explosive King Kong kind of character. And that's what spikes on me. You know, he's like man I so you throw your mother out the window, you know, like I said, listen, Shanley wrote that I did it. But jolan. Ethan knew my work through that and also through theater and spike in those guys. They I mean, you've you're, you're there guy in a lot of movies. Well, I've been there out of spite and sending them a lot of spike movies. I've worked with Joel and Ethan four times. And but in the theater with Ethan, and they, they executive produced romance and cigarettes. Okay, James Gandolfini and Kozly has said he's, I know I was saying to someone the other day, Steve alien I said, you know, James James is one of those people that I still can't get my head around here that he's not here..
"richard bell" Discussed on Q95
"Thank you looks good. Crystalise rednecks, banks, look great. She looks great. She got rid of. Red glasses which I loved by the way, those two. Little big let me say look a little big. They look really transitions they start getting darker than the lights are getting toys. Richard Bell's row was were those on jacker great. Shades inside a jackass unless you're blind. Let's that's the rule. They go back to the right? They clean up. But it's just your little bit anemic. Mood. They're great big amusement parks when you're going in and out of buildings on and get rid of. Okay. Back to the show. Happy to be here. We're going to dip our toes into the world of sports. And you've got a surprise for us. Apparently what I William. Do you believe? Turn it down. Oh, man. No crank it. I got more. Awful guitar setting. And I love this. All right. Got the spirit. Probably. By the spirit. This song. It's all it's all. It is when does that come. Everyone's co Saria. I'm just kidding..
"richard bell" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"I'm here with Richard bell. We just take my teeny and smoked a joint. We're coming up. So we wind up we had a great time with Yokel John a year. You really do you a really great host when it comes to like a quick drink or a big dinner either way. Thank you. I enjoyed. I I like my life. To extend it. Okay. I'd like that too. The you won't have any questions. Johnny. Your favorite drunken. Yeah. You're going to become a drunk. Oh. It wouldn't how excited save you talk. And they about coming. I'm going to be of a man uncles now. No, baby. We wanna be parents. They got one at me. He is hard child uncle, Tony. Are you gonna come with us to Puerto Rico? Yes, I am tomorrow. The out going. Okay, listen, we're going to Puerto Rico. Through may night. And we're going to Puerto Rico may sixteenth through nineteenth. We're having a Elvis Duran party in Puerto Rico at the Kariba Hilton San Juan beautiful beautiful place. We we want you to consider coming with us. I I would like that. But I don't think I can. Okay. Good. Bye. Well, I don't know. He's gone is he he might. I think isn't that. When he goes back down to cherries the matter. All I know is we we got out of that. Okay. I'm kidding uncle, Johnny. You come up with Donnie. Well, I may but I got a check because that's what I'm opening up on fire island. You say you're opening up, and I'm going to head of time. Because at the set up I have to make all the Drake that by mixes and Bloody Mary mixes, the drinks and show them what to do on my gosh. It sounds like task. How many summers have you been serving cocktail island? Sixty s if. Summers. He's been a firearm. Johnny. He's over a picture of him as a young, man. He was a fuck riding a high fifty years ago, by the way, Johnny. Beyond say in Jay Z, accepted, an award at the glad awards in Los Angeles. It did you hear what it be beyond say said listen to this. I want to dedicate this award to my uncle, Johnny the most fabulous gay, man. I've ever known. There you go. Oh, how fabulous? Just before that. Actually, Johnny who who is deceased by the way who passed away whenever in in. That was all right. We gotta go. We love you. It's been nice talking to you guys. I've talked to eight. Yeah. Sometimes John z goodbye. I love 'em. When he takes teeth out and just set them on the table. What is happening? This is great mirror at a restaurant. Not too long ago. He took his teeth out and put them in the glass of champagne, and it looked like little brine shrimp, persuading around like sea monkeys like see monkeys were swimming or. Party trick what came out? Disgusting. One time he put his teeth in champagne glassy couldn't get them out..
"richard bell" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Newport french-style? Don't give me. I'm already. Boston looking for a minute. I can only hope that if you. Yeah. You got anything else worth my brother? Yeah. I do political season. Once again, that's always political season in my book ever union has their form of. Political outrage within a union UAW this new cap. Jackie bound the same page. We find people that are straight Republican. They vote straight Republican sign up recap. They have no damn clue what they're signing up for me and Jessie inform them about what's going on. And we give them the card and they find out for a dollar twenty five or thirty five dollars a month. Or a jacket or dollar just to give it away. The conference Democratic Party. Well, you know, what I mean because we we we do have unions debt support some Republicans. So I mean, even though you give your money there. Dollar that years ago Jesse we support supported right out seven Twenty-three. We've Randy Richard bell. Then all of a sudden, he got elected. He never answer. Our phone calls really that happened. So. Randy deterred. Can I say that you did you did we?.
"richard bell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Interested you can reserve your foursome by. Calling Richard bell for. One zero two eight four eight two one three or you can find out more information about that on The, lead, the, league, website, as well again, the deadline is August twenty seconds to register for that And the last one over there is They have, what's called day Lind Han annual. Art art art auction for camp. Greentop and that's always a great, event the Senate seventh annual and they're they're. Looking for artists to donate their works. The theme is piecing it all together each piece is going to be, a, line from the doctor. Sees book oh the places you'll go One hundred percent of everything. Goes to the scholarship for the. League for people with disabilities scholarships, up at camp greentop so I think we. Should do what's that August thirty first. Is the deadline for art I think we should submit something submitted a, piece, of artwork we think I'll bring some paint. You bring some Borden will slap some brushes at it come. Up with I used to do. Paint by number Well my favorite color six Okay And then the online auction begins in mid-september so you can find out more information about that of right the league for people early for people dot org as. Well So that's a little bit of what's going on over at the league they've got a lot of great things on David Greenberg got a great thing going on there So always willing to help. Him. Out as much as we can so I don't, know I think that would be great we could do some kind. Of We should we should. Get together with Dan Kepler yeah Were there could be a real. Collage Oh awesome Something with the. Thin, and Talk to, him in a while either but he's doing some. Great? Work still as well right we could just take, some post poor lady said and just start throwing paint, at the at the boards I don't know who's yard we're going to, do it in but we'll do this I don't think Probably not I. Look when we come back we're going to talk a little bit about. Some, stories that I've got we'll start out with TSA right after we come back from these commercials well you can join us in. The insight on disability group on Facebook for up, to.
"richard bell" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Okay well we love you johnny you bring so much happiness to our lives we want to let you know that we love you and i can't wait to celebrate with you now who which one of your your your old cronies you bring it out to dinner tonight we we we have to we have read richard and hiram richard bell valve iran great to all right we'll see tonight a nice staten island inner for johnny tonight's have a happy birthday today okay all right thank you by the way someone sent a texas has johnny is the baddest bitch on the block that's that's a compliment okay i love you and alba she has a best that was the best in in las vegas you were vegas not new orleans where i was johnny let me guys you go right what's scary just talking about the show madman i just realized the same thing that this texture did that it's called madman because it took place on madison avenue i didn't know that that i don't think i've never made i didn't know that either for mad madison avenue men also adleman i i don't don't know know and they made it never made that connection hello jenny how are you i'm good how are you a little embarrassed to tell you why when you go back and you start watching these shows that were so huge that everyone else watched years ago and you're just now watching the people are like what you're just know seeing med mid i know i just finished i actually just finished it last night i watched the finale around eight o'clock i'm a teacher so i was off last week and i've binged the whole entire thing in in a week and a half.
"richard bell" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"For donations and underwriters to find out how you can help visit our website at www either radio free nashville dot org thanks for listening to radio free nashville your community radio station our tell her and university book three review of the day is richard bells irs or corporate conspiracies a wall street took over washing this is from the introduction of all the bucks we research for this work the title we love the most was this one regime change begins at home rain america from corporate rule beloved it because it presents as a hard facts something the very few people completely understand and then he quotes from that book since 1980 america has been run by a corporate regime it has coopted both political parties and shifted sovereignty from we the people transnational corporations and quote since this book covers some cut corporate conspiracies we will no doubt take a lot of heat for that mbd riding lee referred to as conspiracy theorists so we would just like to remind people that the phrase conspiracy theorist was actually invented by the central intelligence agency be used as a weapon eyes term with wished to discourage people from seeking the truth we kids you not cia document 1035 dash 960 dated april one 19th sixty seven regarding the agency's concern about the reputation of the american government in quotes at document also suggested various tactics for countering quote conspiratorial arguments which confronted the gaping holes critics observed in the findings of the warren commission which investigated in quotes they really did no such thing in reality uh the assassination of president kennedy quote the agency also direct that its members to employ propaganda assets to negate in refute the attacks of the critics and quote so as you can see and as the freedom of information act release so that cia document clearly release reveals use of the term can spiritually theorist is actually a conspiracy itself but if you believe rightly the julius caesar and hundreds of other leaders were the victims of conspiritors as they were then you're an evil conspiracy theorist right well if anybody actually believes that then you'd better read up on your history boys and girls because conspiracies are an ongoing in very common occurrence in human conduct l let's get down to the nittygritty are you aware that many friends of robin williams believed that his suicide was the direct result.
"richard bell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Uhhuh j away news radio time is 130 you heard about it on coast to coast late last night michigan residents reported seeing a large flash in the southeastern part of the state it's believed to be a meteor kalamazoo astronomical society president richard bell in front of it it compresses the gap whoever atmosphere which heat them up and so the the heat aghast basically vaporizes the meteorite and when that happens we now refer to it as a meteor about an hour after the flash were seen the national weather service in detroit said in a twitter post that it was likely a meteor sadness in the college football world police in pullman washington say washington state quarterback tyler helene ski is that after an apparent suicide police say they conducted a welfare check after he didn't show up for a practice they say he suffered a gunshot wound to the head and bullet they say there was a suicide note next to him he was 21 years old and accepted two o'clock rob dawson k away news radio 850 a m at 941fm the rams to wisconsin for sympathy for my twentyfive remain closed till about 530 this morning you'll have more problems than i 25 between the tech center in thought and you'll make a time on six to lakewood uganda problems on i to 25 you make the time on thirtysix between here in boulder payable over an out to the airports looking in pretty good shape i've got nothing interfering with drive when i to 70 or ice 764 up to the minute traffic update you round download the new total.
"richard bell" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Jiggles already worry me on i have everyone asking for ticket now he look in a perfect world i would have stacks since stacks here i love you his ten ticket we don't have any my favorite is the people that come out like i sat in back of you two rows behind you we chemistry do you remember me i had black hair and glina is by 930 dover and let this printer that i have in my but let it just by i have my ticket ticketmaster my but printer because i not being from here i don't have classmates and you know extended family whose reaching out so i know this is a good lineup this year because people are reaching out to me and i it i p we need to tell be like every ticket that is printed is already allotted yes someone has already gone these tickets to spell out of my amos less fouled out but i will tell you we have reserved a lot of tickets to give away you know as we do you always give them way so find a jingle ball go to find a way to get an uncle johnny's here good morning oncogenes allow later tuesday uri so great t homes on so uncle johnny had the blender he's getting ready to come committee make his blender drinks it so great teed generously offered to help wrightwood as i did as an uncle johnny i'll be y'all can help you out and other johnny goes back i i don't need any help have been doing this from fifty eight yes he's a try to help you get and you try at yet fifty eight million this all right well then carry on day so we were talking about how old we are versus how young we are ogle johnny and his friend richard bell when they get on the subway yes you guys will be on the subway car with a look at a dozen other people and i'll just a couple of designate zip at cut subway cars blow when we look around and which looks at me and goes.
"richard bell" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The our tell her in university book breathed a review of the day is richard bells irs or corporate conspiracies a wall street took over washer this is from the introduction of all the books we research for this work the title we love the most was this one regime change begins at home bringing america from corporate rule beloved it because it presents as a hard fact something the very few people completely understand and then he quotes from that book since 1980 america has been run by a corporate regime it has coopted both political parties and shifted sovereignty from we the people and transnational corporations and a quote since this book covers some corporate conspiracies we will no doubt take a lot of heat for that and be deriding lee referred to as conspiracy theorists so we would just like to remind people that the phrase conspiracy theorist was actually invented by the central intelligence agency be used as a weaponized term with which to discourage people from seeking the truth we kidu not cia document why does 35 dash 960 dated april one nineteen sixty seven regarding the agency's concern about the reputation of the american government in quotes at document also suggested various tactics for countering quote conspiratorial arguments which confronted the gaping holes critics observed in the findings of the warren commission which in investigated in quotes they really did no such thing in reality uh the assassination of president kennedy quote the agency also direct that its members to employ propaganda assets to negate enter refute the attacks of the critics and quote so as you can see and as the freedom of information act release of that cia document clearly release reveals use of the term conspiracy theorist is actually a conspiracy itself but if you believe rightly the julius caesar and hundreds of other leaders were the victims of conspiritors as they were then you're an evil conspiracy theorist right well if anybody actually believes that then you'd better read up on your history boys and girls because conspiracies are an ongoing in very common occurrence in human conduct l let's get down to the nitty gritty are you aware that many friends of robin williams believed that his suicide was the direct result of.
"richard bell" Discussed on WTIC 1080 AM
"The offer the to which you and would you still entertain a week lead tv show or forward you for for not you know what technology did i could easily said i pavel a studio your how much i could you know go online and you know do a podcast third weekly certainly so much easier notes guy long term this pitchers let's take some calls here for a richard this hours one of my first yeah i'd love to be absolutely okay for went let's go to nancy in victoria texas high nancy around with richard bell's or go ahead well i won't question the right play again all right and and if you don't the bears leyland gets scary on the air and play for are the first guy laid and i want to know what she's very about that was just the woman was the kind of it with taken a picture no big deal their their their take a big deal this is the to distract people yeah one one it out of the worst good ladies just put out there to distract us i wouldn't can i wouldn't even i wouldn't even look it up some of the guy with the umbrella richard well there's good to believe and then he was signaling because the guy with him well you know we can to get anybody open the number closed it like it like a signal like to signal and then he said down on the curb with a witness panic looking guy everyone was this sitting there really calm way and one of them tickets like a league on this pocket so you know that kind of thing going to we can make of that what you will it's just another another piece to this so how many people involved it's good or international line as the french would say keep back in canada peters with us hey peter go ahead i love canada canada thanks for taking my call do urgent so and we he'd be quarters on one oh one of former.