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Monica Crowley Addresses the Conventional Critiques of Richard Nixon
"Let's return Monica. You said you're going to address the conventional wisdoms, the critiques of president Nixon. You knew the man you worked for him, please tell us the truth. So you laid out too that have been a wide circulation in pop culture and in history, which is he was paranoid and that he had a very dark side to him. I think both of those things are untrue. I will cite the famous adage Seb even paranoiacs have real enemies, which Nixon had real enemies. And many and many of them as an Ardent as the Senate and odd and anti communist, of course, he had a lot of enemies. Yes, he did. And you know why? He actually was the first modern casualty of the deep state. And I remember writing a column for the New York Post almost immediately after president Trump entered office warning him of the lesson of Richard Nixon, which is, you know what? President Trump, you were surrounded by the exact same enemies, Richard Nixon faced. They destroyed Richard Nixon because he handed them the sword. Do not hand her enemies the sword. And of course we saw what happened with president Trump. So the deep state
Pastor David Englehardt Wants to Be the 'Exact Opposite of Richard Rohr'
"Him. According to your version of the Christian faith, which I think is my own, is Richard rohr theologically orthodox and just iffy in some areas or is he really problematic? I think he would, I think most people would say he's really fuzzy about all about solid the solid issues. So I think he would probably consider himself orthodox, but he's fuzzy about lots of issues. He wrote a book called falling upward that I read a couple of years ago and it was basically a philosophical copy of this kind of second half of life concept and I know a lot of I know a lot of Christian progressives that are my age that are leaders that are thought leaders that find this guy to be like the monk on the mountain. So in some degree, I want to be the exact opposite of a Richard rohr, who's obscure, kind of find your own path kind of wander towards Jesus kind of stuff and maybe you'll find him in the tree or in the bird or in the next phase of his life. That's funny. And what I'm saying is, no, there are specific boundaries, and there are cliffs to fall off. One of the quotes my buddy John Mark McMillan wrote that song, oh, how he loves this. And he says, if grace is an ocean, we're all sinking. And I say in the book, you know, grace may be an ocean, but there's another body that should be familiar with, which is called the Lake of fire. We can sing about oceans of grace, but we must also balance that with lakes of fire because they're both represented in our story. And we can't have just this soft kind Christianity if we don't forget the hard and sharp
Civilizations That Most Effectively Channel Energy Win
"So money is monetary energy. Now just a good rule for life, civilizations that most effectively channel energy win. That's an interesting thing to think about. I want you to ponder that. That's a podcast or a radio show for a different time. For example, when the United Kingdom fought the dervishes, they had machine guns, the United Kingdom did. The dervishes had camels and horses. Whoever better used energy won that battle. Whoever was better able to use technology won that battle. Now, after World War I, almost instantaneously, when World War I broke out, almost every country in Europe went off the gold standard and went to some Fiat currency. Almost instantaneously, almost immediately. This was to help finance the war. In order to fund the war machine, they needed to get to some sort of floating or Fiat currency. They began the process of debasing their currency. Now, in 1917, America passed the income tax and also we passed something called the Federal Reserve act. This was passed by then progressive former college president head of Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson, which was the beginning stage that set the framework of the central banking system. Throughout the 20s and 30s, it became more clear that in order to finance especially the 30s to finance FDR's massive government programs, we had to further debase and devalue our currency. And finally, Richard Nixon, he kind of slammed the door on a multi decade project of ending the gold standard and transitioning to a Fiat currency by basically going outside of anything that is backed by metallic or objective or finite value and went into an infinite value monetary
Inflation Continues to Rise, Even With Altered CPI
"Inflation is rising the highest since 1982 Do you youngsters out there I want to remind you Ronald Reagan came into office Following Jimmy Carter Jimmy Carter created a horrific inflation situation Horrific We hadn't seen anything since Lyndon Johnson And Richard Nixon created a horrific inflation situation And it all results from massive government spending not tax cuts and the massive government spending You see the government can never take in enough money to cover it spending I don't care if you confiscate all the money from every rich person in the world It's not enough Try and trillions and trillions more And I've entitlement programs promises way into the future The consumer price index and inflation gauge that measures costs across dozens of items rose 7% in December from a year earlier The fastest pace since June 1982 Now just so you know the bureaucrats have tried to change the CPI So that it doesn't show the real cost of inflation but even having done that They can't hide it Now they say that was in line with economists estimates and stock market futures rose after the release Excluding food and energy so called core CPI was up 5.5% on the year the biggest growth since February 1991 Now why would you exclude food and energy
Golden Globes winners announced at closed-door event
"The the golden golden globe globe awards awards Hollywood Hollywood so so called called biggest biggest party party that that regularly regularly drew drew eighteen eighteen million million TV TV viewers viewers was was reduced reduced to to a a live live blog blog Sunday Sunday night night Steven Steven Spielberg's Spielberg's West West Side Side Story Story won won several several big big awards awards okay okay Best Best Picture Picture comedy comedy or or musical musical Best Best Actress Actress best best supporting supporting actress actress Netflix Netflix is is the the power power of of the the dog dog won won Best Best Picture Picture drama drama Best Best direction direction and and supporting supporting performance performance other other film film winners winners included included Will Will Smith Smith breaking breaking Richard Richard Nicole Nicole Kidman Kidman for for being being the the Ricardos Ricardos and and Andrew Andrew Garfield Garfield for for tick tick tick tick boom boom I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker the the golden golden globe globe awards awards Hollywood Hollywood so so called called biggest biggest party party that that regularly regularly drew drew eighteen eighteen million million TV TV viewers viewers was was reduced reduced to to a a live live blog blog Sunday Sunday night night Steven Steven Spielberg's Spielberg's West West Side Side Story Story won won several several big big awards awards okay okay
Joe Biden's Desperation for Federal Vaccine Mandates on Private Sector
"So what did Joe Biden do He and his lawyers were trying to look for any hook they could possibly find To try and impose a mandate on the private sector A hundred employees or more For any corporation The problem is it's never been done before and there are no statutory bases For such a mandate But it didn't matter They talk about lawlessness they talk about insurrections It didn't matter On the case of Schumer he talks about erections but that's a whole other story They didn't care So they took osha Occupational safe and healthy health administration It was founded under Richard Nixon Which never had any direct medical responsibility And twisted the statutory language to accommodate the demands of Joe Biden Complete and utter lawlessness by the Department of Justice my White House counsel and of course by the Department of Labor including ocean
Dennis Asks 'Sinatra: The Life' Authors Anthony Summers and Robbyn Swan, 'Will Frank Sinatra Endure?'
"And I have just come across this new biography of Frank Sinatra with filled with pictures as well as great fascinating detail about his life. The two authors are Anthony summers who was a former BBC journalist, and Robin swan is also a journalist and they have written biographies of Jay Edgar Hoover and Richard Nixon. Anyway, this book is titled Sinatra the life. You can't get much briefer than that much more concise. So Anthony and Robin, I welcome you to the program. Hello there. You're both now. I'm speaking to you, you're in Ireland. Yes, that's our home base. Okay. We both brought in as you actually will gather in a moment is America Italian American born and bred. I'm from Ireland and this has been my base for years, but America in a way has been my patch as a journalist for many years. Well, welcome to America via radio to both of you. I have so much to ask you. First, I guess the first is, do you believe, 'cause I was talking about this just the other day. I finally came across didn't come across. I finally worked out my own definition of great art, music, or any other art. And that is that it will endure over generations there are two and that it endures in repeated hearings for any given listener. Will Frank Sinatra endure, I think we think so, would you agree Robin? Absolutely. I think we think so and a measure of it perhaps is in sheer longevity and endurance as a test, we worked on this book so not for the life for the past four years. And when I say work, I mean sort of 8 days a week. And that meant that 8 days a week and often far into the night, we both played Sinatra. We have two because we were writing his life. And we still like it. Now there aren't many people that you could listen to every day for full years and still be successful. And we're not
Hester, Ware, Andre Johnson 1st-year Hall of Fame finalists
"DaMarcus DaMarcus ware ware Andre Andre Johnson Johnson and and Devin Devin Hester Hester all all make make the the list list in in their their first first year year of of eligibility eligibility Hester Hester is is a a rare rare finalists finalists who who made made his his mark mark mostly mostly on on special special teams teams perhaps perhaps remembered remembered best best for for opening opening the the two two thousand thousand seven seven Super Super Bowl Bowl with with a a ninety ninety two two yard yard kickoff kickoff return return for for a a Chicago Chicago touchdown touchdown the the selection selection committee committee will will also also consider consider tackles tackles Tony Tony Boselli Boselli and and Willie Willie Anderson Anderson defensive defensive lineman lineman Richard Richard Seymour Seymour Jarrett Jarrett Allen Allen and and Brian Brian young young safety safety leroy leroy Butler Butler cornerback cornerback ronde ronde barber barber wide wide receivers receivers Torrey Torrey Holton Holton Reggie Reggie Wayne Wayne and and linebacker linebacker Sam Sam mills mills Zach Zach Thomas Thomas and and Patrick Patrick Willis Willis a a maximum maximum of of five five can can be be elected elected I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
Coroner finds 3 siblings at Johnstown home died of COVID-19
"Tragedy tragedy hits hits a a Pennsylvania Pennsylvania family family with with three three members members dying dying of of Kobe Kobe at at nineteen nineteen they they were were two two brothers brothers and and a a sister sister found found dead dead in in separate separate places places on on their their family family property property in in Johnstown Johnstown Pennsylvania Pennsylvania in in October October now now the the coroner coroner says says all all three three tested tested positive positive for for coke coke at at nineteen nineteen and and their their lungs lungs were were heavy heavy and and congested congested ruling ruling out out any any other other causes causes for for their their deaths deaths sixty sixty eight eight year year old old Ruth Ruth Kinsey Kinsey was was found found deceased deceased on on the the kitchen kitchen floor floor her her seventy seventy year year old old brother brother Richard Richard was was in in the the living living room room chair chair and and seventy seventy two two year year old old Donald Donald Kinsey Kinsey was was in in a a camper camper inside inside a a barn barn the the coroner coroner says says he he does does not not know know if if they they knew knew that that they they had had coded coded or or if if they've they've been been vaccinated vaccinated the the bodies bodies were were discovered discovered after after police police were were asked asked to to check check on on the the siblings siblings welfare welfare I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Police: Teen charged in triple killing is loose, dangerous
"Police police in in garland garland Texas Texas are are alleging alleging a a fourteen fourteen year year old old boy boy was was the the gunman gunman in in a a triple triple murder murder at at a a gas gas station station Sunday Sunday and and say say he's he's dangerous dangerous and and on on the the loose loose capital capital murder murder charges charges have have been been filed filed against against fourteen fourteen year year old old able able Elias Elias Acosta Acosta who's who's accused accused of of firing firing within within twenty twenty rounds rounds from from a a pistol pistol after after crouching crouching down down and and swinging swinging open open the the door door of of a a gas gas station station convenience convenience store store Sunday Sunday he he remains remains at at large large and and police police have have released released a a suspect suspect description description calling calling a a custody custody interests interests three three teens teens were were killed killed police police are are calling calling this this a a retaliatory retaliatory attack attack Acosta's Acosta's father father Richard Richard accused accused of of driving driving his his son son to to the the gas gas station station and and then then driving driving off off in in a a Dodge Dodge ram ram pickup pickup the the fathers fathers also also charged charged with with capital capital murder murder another another teen teen who who had had been been arrested arrested Monday Monday remains remains a a person person of of interest interest in in the the investigation investigation but but has has been been released released by by authorities authorities I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
'Return of Jedi,' 'Selena' added to National Film Registry
"Still still there there my my politics politics is is my my life life each each year year the the library library of of Congress Congress chooses chooses movies movies of of cultural cultural historic historic or or artistic artistic importance importance to to preserve preserve and and the the John John Waters Waters film film pink pink flamingos flamingos makes makes the the cut cut the the earliest earliest entry entry is is Ringling Ringling brothers brothers parade parade film film from from nineteen nineteen oh oh two two the the latest latest entry entry is is the the Pixar Pixar film film wall wall E. E. should should the the return return of of the the jet jet I I and and the the fellowship fellowship of of the the ring ring were were popular popular favorites favorites in in the the online online nominations nominations other other titles titles on on the the list list include include Selena Selena sounder sounder Richard Richard Pryor Pryor live live in in concert concert and and strangers strangers on on a a train train I I marches marches are are a a let let up up
Ken Blackwell Shares How to Restore Voter Integrity
"Let's focus on how we can best address some of the issues regarding voter integrity of what happened in 2020. I still think we need to fix 2020 and the sense of fix what went wrong in 2020 from the mail in ballots to the signature verification issues. What is the status of the election integrity fight? What is going well and where do we need to dedicate some more work? Before we in fact prescribe a fix, we have to get a deeper understanding of what went wrong. So let me just say it to you this way. In 2020, we had the perfect storm for chaos and confusion. If you go back a hundred years in 1918, we had the Spanish flu, the 1929 we had major economic disruption in 1968. We had valid across the country and our major cities and in 1974, we had the impeachment process associated with Richard Nixon in 2020, we had all of those things. And the Democrats have never missed an opportunity of chaos to advance an agenda. So what they did in 2020 was that they under the guise of relaxing because of COVID, they did away with a lot of the verification policies and practices that helped us understand their voters or who they claim to be. They also loosened the chain of custody of ballots. So as we approach, as we approach 2021, we, in fact, have to fix those things. We have to tighten the chain of custody. And that means that we can't fall victim of mass unsolicited mail in ballots. We can't allow private dollars like Zuckerberg put in play in 2020 in with a half a $1 billion in selected and targeted areas that discriminated against some voters because it allowed voter valid curing by some and not by others. And so we have to go in and we have to fix those things and we have to rebuild voter confidence in the
Omicron brings COVID-19 vaccine inequity 'home to roost'
"The the new new coronavirus coronavirus variant variant Omicron Omicron is is bringing bringing cozied cozied nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine inequality inequality home home to to roost roost the the emergence emergence of of Omicron Omicron on on the the wheels wheels desperate desperate and and likely likely futile futile attempt attempt to to keep keep it it at at bay bay a a reminders reminders of of what what scientists scientists have have warned warned for for months months the the coronavirus coronavirus who who thrive thrive as as long long as as vols vols parts parts of of the the world world black black vaccines vaccines the the holding holding of of limited limited to to cope cope with with nineteen nineteen shots shots by by rich rich countries countries doesn't doesn't just just mean mean risk risk for for the the parts parts of of the the world world C. C. ng ng shortages shortages it it threatens threatens the the entire entire globe globe faxing faxing expert expert Richard Richard Hatchett Hatchett says says the the bar bar received received a a ruthless ruthless opportunist opportunist and and the the inequality inequality that that has has characterized characterized the the global global response response has has now now come come home home to to roost roost Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month London London
Scientists Like Richard Lindzen, Roy Spencer Are Demonized When Challenging Climate Change
"I want to move back to climate change Let me say again once money and status American thinker started flowing into climate science because of the disaster its denizens were predicting There was no going back Imagine that a climate scientist discovers gigantic flaws in the models and some had many have In the associated sides do not imagine That his discovery would be treated respectfully and evaluated on the merits That would open the door to reversing everything that's been so wonderful for climate scientists Who would continue to throw billions of dollars a year at climate scientists if there were no disasters to be prevented No the discover of any flaw would be demonized and attacked as a pawn of evil interests Richard linson and Roy Spencer come to mind and there are many many others Even in my latest book American Marxism I've been chapter as you know On climate change fanatics that's what I call it Climate change fanaticism
Unpacking the Single Worst Poll for Democrats With Pollster Richard Baris
"With us right now is a friend of mine and he reached legend status in the Pantheon of heroes of the Charlie Kirk show as he went to like two a.m. on the night of junkins win and the near win in New Jersey. He's a good man, big data poll, he's smarter, and better looking than Nate silver. It is Richard barris Richard. Welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie, thanks for having me on. Happy Thanksgiving. You too, every time you know I have to mention Nate silver. It's important. So it is. You guys came out with some very compelling new polling, what's going on? I want to go piece by piece. So go through it methodically, the floor is yours. So, you know, the birds eye view here, Charlie, is that the issues are just really coming around to bite Joe Biden. Come on, your show, others, and I've been saying this for months that Joe Biden's approval rating in the beginning of his presidency was artificial. And what I meant by that is that he never received time marks on any issue except for COVID to include the economy and that once it became clear that COVID was a pandemic, and the president did not have that much authority over a virus particle that that would be an impossible campaign promise to keep, and he would begin to collapse. As that has happened, some votes his numbers. So now for the first time, we do have them below 40, 39.8, which is we always do decimals. And that is, you know, trending right along with his COVID approval, which is now a majority disapprove. And he's barely struggling to be in the forge. So Richard, who the heck are these 39% of America that thinks Biden's doing a good job? Yeah, you know, there's most of them, honestly, are Democrats holding on, even though there was definitely fracture this month in his approval among
Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'
"Will Rashida Tlaib? It was a very questionable individual. She believes we need to end federal prisons and open up all the jails and the criminals. This is now a stated policy position of the Democrat party. Now you might say, how could anyone possibly believe this? Will you see if you do not believe? That people are naturally inclined towards doing evil? Then you have to explain it away. And Rashida Tlaib believes that prisons are the reason why people do bad things. Again, you must go to college to believe such things as play cut 20. Yeah, again, I think that everyone's like, oh my God, we just release everybody. This one's. But did you see how many people are mentally ill that are in prison right now? No, I know, but the act that you don't actually release everyone, human traffic is. Oh, I know. Child sex that are mentally ill that have substance abuse problems. Why are you asking me about them? You're asking me about the traffickers trying to understand your proposal is sort of sweeping. It does release everyone. What? So sometimes I watch these clips beforehand. Sometimes I don't. Good for Jonathan Swan. I'm gonna text him after this. He's from axios. Tlaib, that's stupid? No, she's actually a I could see it immediately. I'm like, okay, now I know what I'm dealing with. And yeah, I'm just kind of a loss for words. What I was just watching there. She was admitting, like, of course, oh, I know. I'm gonna open up all the prisons, of course, obviously. The sex traffickers the murders, the arsonists, hey, you know what we need? Ted Kaczynski needs to be walking the streets again, according to Rashida
BLM Supporter, 'Militant' Says Parade Killings Might Be Beginning of 'The Revolution'
"Weird how Milwaukee's BLM leaders is saying that the walka Shaw Christmas parade attack may be the start of a revolution. Play cut 51. Oh, no. Now we don't have to wait until they do us money because we may have to wait and see what they say about why this happened. But it sounds impossible that the revolution has started. In this case. The revolution has started in
Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Shared Pro-Hitler and Violent Anti-White Posts
"We have to close the loop on the walka Shaw story. Isn't it a tragic set of circumstances where we're only allowed to talk about or care about a tragedy if the color of the skin of the attacker is something that the regime actually wants? So the attacker and walker Shaw, who has now killed 6 people a young boy died last evening. So it's went from 5 to 6. Ran over 40 more people. A black terrorist by the name of Darryl Brooks he is a pro Hitler anti semitic black supremacist terrorist. It's been wiped clean from the activist media. You've got a CNN dot com. No mention at all whatsoever. Nope. Nothing. Instead, if you, if you looked at any of the headlines that happened, they're not even saying that this is a terrorist attack. No, they just call it a car crash. They say what happened in Waukesha Wisconsin was just the car crash. It was like someone that got off on the wrong exit. Play cut 56. Bank worker. We were also hearing from the uncle of one of the 18 children hurt in the crash on Sunday. David begnaud reports on how one 11 year old girl is doing. The crash on Sunday. This was an attentional attack. But because it was a black assailant who's a child sex trafficker and pedophile, it doesn't fit the
"richard j." Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"One NA member Here with Aisha and me today is daisy Rosario, she's an executive producer at stitcher with the show's celebrity book club with Chelsea Devante. It's in its first season right now. Hey, daisy. Hey, how's it going? It's going great. Great to have you. Also joining us is Monica Castillo. She's an arts and culture reporter with Colorado public radio. Welcome back Monica. Glad to be here. Glad to have you. King Richard is an unusual sports biopic in that it's not focused on Venus or Serena Williams so much as the overbearing man who drew up a 78 page plan for their success, Richard Williams basically raised his daughters from birth with the idea that they would grow up to be tennis champions, though he and his wife, brandy, played by ingenue Ellis, have children from other relationships, together the Williams trained Venus and Serena on abandoned tennis courts in their hometown of Compton, while also looking for coaching help from an overwhelmingly white tennis world. The movie follows the family through Venus and Serena Williams early days from their training as kids through Venus national breakthrough at a competitive tournament when she was 14. We see Venus played by Sinai Sydney, as she develops her killer instinct and we see Serena played by Demi singleton as she first begins to escape her sister's long shadow. But mostly we see Will Smith as Richard Williams, a stubborn flawed ambitious, hard charging father figure whose plans succeed wildly sometimes it would seem in spite of himself. The film was directed by Ronaldo Marcus green and written by Zach balin and it's both in theaters and streaming on HBO Max daisy. I'm going to start with you. What did you think of king Richard? I ended up really liking it, which I say in that tone because that's not what I was expecting when I sat down. In part for kind of everything that you have explained in the intro, you know, I'm a huge fan of the Williams sisters. They're definitely was a question in my mind of like, okay, why are we telling it this way? You know, I'll give it the benefit of the doubt, let's see. There are also details about Will Smith's performance that I kind of had to get used to, I guess, this is how I'll put it in the start, but I would say it's kind of a movie that once I settled into it, then I really enjoyed it. But the cast, you know, I know that this is like definitely Will Smith Oscar bait and I'm sure we'll talk a lot about that too, but the rest of the cast is so charming in particular, the girls who play not just Venus and Serena, but the rest of the Williams daughters. I mean, those parts of the movie just really made me emotional, you know? And so I really, really ended up enjoying it. And I also saw it with an audience that was into it, which was fun. This is probably the most raucous audience. I have been in a movie theater with since the pandemic. And so it was fun to be in a theater full of people clapping and ooing and awing and having serious emotional reaction to the story of this family..
"richard j." Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"When he relocated to los angeles he was coaxed into not just acting but they get into directing and we all know how that worked out so great career and you know just growing up with his movies in the background and he just seemed like a it's someone you don't know but you feel ten with passes you're like man. I never knew this but somehow they're touch my life and was always someone i wanted to meet. There's a book that i've had in my Amazon wishlist for a very long time and it was called. It was a biography by about restaurant. Called you're the director. You figured it. Out the life and films of richard donner. I've wanted it for a very long time and now probably be very hard to find an overpriced. So that's frustrating. And i will find it now and two thousand six during the whole time of returns win. Richard donor. To superman cut was released. Geoff johns and richard donner wrote a comic together. Called last son of krypton and we will actually recording a review of that soon and Look forward to that now. Seeing what he no touching back into the world of superman always simply his heart and he'll be missed. Look for those podcast. Like i said in just searched the cape. Wonder podcast just dropped one. That is a discussion with brian. O'halloran who played non and superman men to and he's looking back at rich so check that out and remember richard donner. If you want to help out this show in any other show on southgate media group and you really don't have the extra money to do so check this out. Good southgate ni group dotcom at the top. There's a link to amazon. Click that logging tier amazon shop and buy like normal and part of the money that you spend gums back to.
"richard j." Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"This is one that i forgot was donner film. I remember seeing is young and it was just child abuse it was disturbing streaming ninety two also weapon three and then what am i personal favorites that i think a lot of people. Forget and what's sad is the day before richard passing. I actually mentioned this movie. I quoted it to my wife. A lot is maverick. Nineteen ninety. four's maverick mel gibson. Jodie foster and james gardner terrific richard. Donner you know. It's it's wonderful. I can't praise it enough. If you're not sure please check it out. Alyce assassins in nineteen ninety. Five was his next film. And i saw this one. But i remembered to be honest with its Stallone antonio banderas ninety seven saw conspiracy theory which is another one of those films that i saw a lot as a child. Just because my mom actually really liked the film. It was one of those that we had the vhs and played a lot in our house. It's on hbo lethal weapon. Four followed in ninety eight and then we have a break. And it's kind of crazy thinking ninety eight and donner's next film did not appear until two thousand. Three's timeline based on the michael crichton book and on hulu and i thought that was the last film that he had directed. I did see that one. It's a fun movie. But the last movie he direct with sixteen blocks and that was in two thousand six that is not streaming that is a very vast large legacy of direction now. His production producer credits. All over the place. I mean just hit. Some of the high points can quickly. I won't other than films that he directed because very much active produced from films. He directed Starting with lady hawk. So let's go through movie. The lost boys executive producer. Free willy executive sir cruelty to the omen to offer habit. That just says nineteen ninety-five tales from the crypt. executive producer. tells them of films for free. Willy three double tap any seven any given sunday x. Men i knew about the x men x men origins wolverine knew about that one and those are the he helped produce other than Films like a man is more than just the things that he directed and i've recently watched a lot. Excuse me he has just want to point this out. A lot of cameos in his movies grant to sue man. He's a man the diner manager street. the goonies. He's a policeman. Maverick as a dealer tomlin. He's man in car conspiracy theory conspiracy theory talk cap passenger and sixteen blocks man holding birthday. I really watched more interviews. Just that i had seen some of the things he said. I watched focused on superman. Of course you could tell the he the reason why he's so beloved and what's sad is now with honors passing the three men who really crafted superman film. Richard donner tom mankiewicz. Christopher reeve have all pat. And i will go into production history of that film at series. He laid the template and a word that i'd never heard of that became very popular in richard. Donner discussing sumo's personality and they took superman serious. And even today. I think i was talking with some friends today..
"richard j." Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"Shows and facebook. Welcome to the krypton report. This is a special episode. That was kind of impromptu. You by recent events. Yeah i just want to take a few moments. Also if you're listening to this episode you'll realize are episode. Numbers are a little off because we had everything prerecorded for some specials. Ready to go. And i'm in the process of moving so it made it much more difficult when this happened but technically this episode two hundred enjoy. This episode is going to be talking about the late angry. Richard donner now. Richard donner a lot of fans. Mostly it'll be known for superman and he you know he directed one superman movie technically mucky but he set the standard for many many superhero movies to follow. Currently both wonder woman and batman begins looked at the template and style of superman. The movie richard donner. So let's just take you honest conversation piece. There's great podcast that there are people who had worked with donner who are coming out and saying what a great man he was one of the podcast that i thoroughly enjoy comic book central. Just re posted lincoln. So did we share their link horn interview. That was done. I want to four four five years ago with donner and it's great. Just check it out. So let's get into some of his some of his great works now as a director. He has many credits. I'm gonna hit the high notes that people know it'll really help cement. Who he was he did he did. Tv for a while building up his repertoire. It wasn't till nine thousand nine hundred seventy six with the movie. The omen which i believe is his third film and first major film others have been tv movies. I believe i'm not. I'm not one hundred percent positive. Everything at the beginning here broke out and the omen was a huge success. Success based on the horror craze of the seventies after the exorcist the omen would later be remade wonderful but then after that nineteen seventy eight was when he got superman and superman of course is what he's most known for..
"richard j." Discussed on Meanwhile On Our Plane
"I don't k- i'm sorry it's been such a awhile back in december. Ah did find it. Quite hearts when the uk went into the second lockdown So i needed to take a step back and and concentrate on work and other things going on. But now i'm all good and i'm really excited to share over the comfort. Why news with the diaries. So fiery exciting. I've got three fees which did back in january the. I'm looking forward to share review. They were on a while ago. But i'm sure you're still fund them really interesting So yeah we're gonna show ones with you. I for this week's interview. Back in january or chested with comfort ways assistant choreographer ricky heinz we talked about his involvement in the show and also how they manage referred australian production to get on stage in melbourne off to the pandemic. You can follow ricky on social media. Richard j hines on instagram and twitter. But before my chat with ricky hayes the come for away news from across the world. I think the biggest news since last. Podcast i did. Is that the broadway. Production is currently being filmed. And it's going to be released for streaming in september. The cost is yet to be confirmed. But i know a lot of the broadcast going to be involved this week. It was announced straightening will be on apple tv. Plus and for those that don't know that's a streaming service assignments net flicks or pass said. Don't worry you don't need any apple specific products bill to watch it as the foaming. This current young govern sure. We'll get more news and al keep you updated as or anything. The of a huge news is that this guy to be a new dutch production of comfort away tore in the netherlands from early september. They cost us has been announced over on social media and dutch. Broadway actress villemagne. I like will. We plan the role of beverly bass. Half action of munis guys were released on. Sounds amazing so only down below. The dutch store is starting in her in early. September with opening night in rotterdam on the eighteenth of november and then continuing on throughout the netherlands until june. Twenty twenty two. You can find.
"richard j." Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Sanzo tell. And jack warner loved it. Because here is if they got free Re shooting Sites in las vegas so frank. The idea was to twenty eight st days on stage like the two shows. Eight o'clock at.
"richard j." Discussed on Everyonecast
"Know I work out in my driveway. I run in circles. I'm literally not getting I'll run in like a a like let's just say three cars up for cars over. I run that Circle of my driveway over and over again and then I'll just I have two twenty pound dumbbells cuz apparently all the weights in world sold out been lifting 20 pound dumbbells. I'm not trying to brag but I would curl like forty pound dumbbells before covad started. And now all I have is 20 pound dumbbells. So it's like I've been making up workouts that are hard just to get a good workout in Thursday morning. So I've only had those cuz I mean didn't want to buy any other ones. I guess. I probably wouldn't you what if you hold both dumbbells in one hand and then that's like dog or t o r it's actually really tough to hold too dumb, but it's definitely harder. It's definitely more than like it's like ten pounds harder. I would say to curl 220 pound dumbbells than one forty pound dog or like gripping them like this and you know, quit matter so much. Oh my God. I was at this. I was in Miami once this is super interesting and there was this Challenge and the challenge was can you hang for this bar from the Sbarro hang from it? That's all you have to do, you know two hands, you know, like were doing a pull-up just hang from a bar. You can't Cross grip you can't do like the Cross grip that you know, a lot of like people do especially when you're like weightlifting pretty heavy stuff off. You just have to hang from a bar for two minutes. It costs $10 to play. If you win get a hundred almost like oh my God this I'm trading my whole life for this and it's like impossible it literally because what happens is the bar rotates the bar really like rotates so you can't ever like it's like it's trying to hold yourself up with just your fingers. That's what I would describe it as so it's really hard to do. Also with the record everyone listening. I didn't do it. I just watched other people fail and I discovered that it was impossible to do I didn't fail don't put that on me. But yeah rips matter a lot of was trying to say with that story, but I did find him super interesting because I was actually in Miami visiting one of my like the guy who kind of taught me how to work out and I was like, dude, you gotta try this..
"richard j." Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"And when I had to what I do she working on a weekend like usual sales in a deep and ideals or many past as they doing so much I haven't done my taxes I'm still trying to it's going he said it was okay so when someone also rose within two plus carrier bombs on life is good for the chief three out of one of Spain's main three I was in the service call came dangerously fence brandishing their right Richard J. that's a feeling give their dangers did someone mais several residences yeah yeah yeah well yes No she was my Jeez you know what okay so yes the relationship yeah what does yeah in a moment J. give us a feeling give their so did someone given that maze several residences but.
"richard j." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"As the order is fifty Bucks more head motor T. dot com go ahead and send message to Richard J. V. curve contacted me does is listen to the show now yesterday that John Deere tractor that you got twenty five hours on that's enough you can get you can start by motor coach now males leave our farmers the fields will dry out enough mental psyche lately but the fields of dried out so that we can get the planting season underway in some parts country last year you might recall didn't get dried up till mid late June which is too late to plant like corn in particular so hopefully there will be fired up the tractors and plowed up the field here before too much longer and star plant the seed so that we can replenish the nation's food supply now you would talk to briefly we got about three minutes here you talked briefly met half an hour or so ago about a new motor coach store tell us more well we've got a few gore motor K. O. G. E. dot com and you deserve better heading up there that shows all the little symbol and it will be a little symbol for clothing we have got a whole range of clothing for sale on the website a clothing store if you wish it it has hats different types of hats we've got we have teachers several different types of teachers regrets what church well like I say we've got stickers we've got iron on patches well there's a whole myriad of things all of that section they're all about payroll and everybody's been S. for larger selection of stickers for the truck iron on decals there's all kinds of things are available there are now available that we're returning your dues have that the truck show but that that motor K. O. T. E. dot com you can now you can proudly wear of the fact that your mother color and all of the stuff is is absolutely top quality the best and I think you're going to be very impressed and have a lot of fun with it and enjoy it so you're telling me you can actually now buy a motor coach yeah there you go that's what you heard in a hoodie yeah and I had the rule you had happens over you have had for a long time yeah you've changed a mop I mean why don't you have already had about like twenty or twenty different versions of the motor co to at least I can remember the original black with the yellow motor cut across the front maybe a little ribbon on the front of the of the visor but over the years you've filters camel you have black cats with flames you had I mean you had quite a few different versions have been and I have been honest but this is just kind of an expansion of that that's all over creation that it's all new it's all great actress so all the things everybody keeps asking for there's a lot of the stuff is unisex you can get our men and for women so have fun enjoy it in the what and check it out at motor K. O. D. E. that cab now when we get back on the other side we're going to start up it is doing classical music trivia tonight it is this is America's trucking network this is the home of the red seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news.
"richard j." Discussed on WCPT 820
"Cost now your Richard J. S. gas hello everybody and welcome back to the program well here's something interesting as we talk about the twenty twenty democratic primaries in the upcoming election turns out that one of my favorite subject social security is once again a hot button electoral issue in the democratic primary now the big dustup lately has been between Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden Bernie wider misrepresent in some way when he said that Joe Biden was calling for social security cuts as recently as twenty eighteen it would be the argument about a video and how to interpret Biden's videotaped remarks in that speech that he gave again in twenty eighteen recent history of what's not in question is a Joe Biden had a multi decade record of working to cut social security in the name of deficit reduction that's not questioned by anybody except I think Joe Biden who says he's always worked to protect and expand the program that's not the best course of action for Joe Biden or his party I don't really frankly want to dive too deeply into that video because it's been covered to death I read it a certain way which is that Biden is saying you know what what he's basically said all along he wants to protect the program that needs some adjustments have tried section but also in that speech he talks about strengthening the middle class not just benefiting the wealthy few and all that so when you know in fairness I think it's a mixed bag but the real issue is that the real issue is not trust Joe Biden the real issues the democratic party's thirty or forty year history of wanting to cut social security the real issue is the bipartisan beltway consensus of the last thirty and forty years fueled in large part by people like billionaire Pete Peterson who made her life's mission out after he got his billions out of encourage deficit reduction psychology and the cutting of social security and Medicare the real issue is how does the Democratic Party it's bigger than behind it's bigger than Michael Bloomberg who ironically is being touted by some progressives as a savior to the party because Bloomberg's record on things like cutting social security is worse than bargains it's worse than the centrist party leadership as a whole he's not the savior he wants really trust me on that he is not the droid you've been looking for I'm not the real issue here is that Washington's bipartisan consensus which was broken up by the Democrats by the Republicans is all wrong on deficit reduction it's all will know what to do about social security and Medicare now a regular listeners of this program viewers of this program no we've had Stephanie Kelton and other economists on to talk about modern monetary theory but you don't have to believe they're right in order to remove the economic evidence of recent years especially since the financial crisis of two thousand and eight calls by Wall Street types he just look at the record we haven't needed deficit reduction every dire thing they've told us would happen if we didn't watch the deficit hasn't happened and both Dick Cheney who as president under the nominal president of George W. bush created trillions of dollars worth spending he said deficits don't matter he was provided by the fact that there were no dire economic consequences to the trains they spend Donald trump and the Republicans are acting out the Cheney philosophy deficits don't matter they gave away what's now more than two trillion in tax cuts still loom dire results for the economy as a whole so the real problem is this a bipartisan consensus was not only wrong it was bad for the social contract and it was bad politics the Republicans have stepped away from it and Donald Trump let us remember was the only candidate in his party's primary in twenty sixteen who said he would not cut social security well now he's let slip in a recent video I want to create a billionaire gathering in Davos Switzerland I was saying yeah he just thinks he might cut social security that's an opportunity for the Democrats but only if they come clean and admit that the philosophy of the past was wrong and that they have found and we live here too a new way forward hello everybody this is Richard R. J. as gal from the zero hour you know there are a lot of myths out there about social security and they're out there for a reason to make you think it's a good idea to slash the benefits you've already earned here's the truth social security has its own special source of revenue politicians who say it's a driving up the deficit our life social security can't drive up the deficit because it doesn't contribute to the deficit in fact it's forbidden by law from contributing to the overall deficit and.
"richard j." Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"This month this year it will show five Year Plan B. and if all goes to plan no you can sell the business. You're gonNA posit on or you still can run it for as long as you cat. You know again. You have the book being Frank. What's up book that you'd like to recommend a number of books that I was thinking but as one on hiring I really liked which is cool. Who W. H. o? And that spy a Jeff Smart and Randy Street and it is pretty easy read but it is very very good in terms of what to do if you're looking to hire an retain a less some curious if you were starting a whole new company. I mean you have a company in real estate you have a lifestyle company. But let's say you were just starting today. What would you do differently? Would I do differently? Nice ready good question. I think I would actually try and get at the day to day quicker and if I think in my own business. The data Was had all faced so from a wouldn't even have an office there. I would be taking on the role of the owner of the manager and the two very different one is involved in the decade today. Micromanaging and the other one is is the direction and looking for those a players and really working on the strategy. And I think the sooner I would have moved into that role sooner. It took a few years for me to get there and I think the minute I did that. Outgrowth an all profitability improved. So I I am curious. You said you wouldn't even have an office there. So how would you see your role in terms of when you're there physically your interactions? We get it at the high level. But I'm curious at a little bit more detail level. How that would work out. Well I think so. I used to take every Wednesday morning I would work from home and I would just have it as like a strategy session where I sit at home and think about stuff and welcome things. Might you can go to my favorite coffee shop and do it. But I wouldn't come until time on a Wednesday because I'd be working on that stuff and I I just got so much done and it was so productive. I think if I'd do it all again time we had a number of different locations outages going into the relevant location either just for a specific meeting all just to touch base and wanted to random to to staff in customer says on but when. I was in the right mindset. Do it because the problem from a as I was based on a tradings site is I could be walking through the showroom and be suddenly accosted by someone and involved in an issue. The relationship had nothing to do that because my name was up the door and I wanted to hell end up going on some wild tangent. There really wasn't necessarily. It might have been good in the moment. Made me feel like I was solving a problem but actually in the biggest Patriot wasn't why should have been doing and I always say to people when I'm speaking you'll the owner of this business and the ultimately says things that only you can do and it's a pretty short list and the you should try and stick to that because it's too easy to get sucked into being the hero and get into things that you really shouldn't be doing some curious if someone wants to get a hold of you. What's the best way a properly through my website? Which is Richard J Brian Dot Com? And we'll have that and all the other ways to reach Richard at conscious millionaire business dot com you. What is the next summit for you? Richard and what challenges do you need to solve in order to get there? I my wife and I are looking at setting up a charitable foundation and to help some some codes. Is that the we believe in and something that we can be emptiness this time next year because my daughter will be off to college. My son's early that so a bit more time to work on that. But you know for me it leaving a bit of a legacy. I added the business. And talking about legacy. What is the legacy? WanNa leave I think I wanted to set an example to my children that is great if you can be successful in business terrific but it's really not all about the money it's about the choices it gives you an blue and the ability to help other people in my experience. Is that helping other people financially. Just time in his vice is being the most rewarding thing I've ever done. Is there a 'cause you'd like to give a shout out to Richard? Several calls were one locally a knife. I'd like to mention which is Rocky Mountain in microfinance. And they help. Entrepreneurs would be entrepreneurs from pretty typically even pretty tough backgrounds to Became owning a business mentor them through that process. We'll have a link to that plus everything from today's show at conscious millionaire business dot.
"richard j." Discussed on WCPT 820
"Your Richard J. S. gas hello everybody and welcome back to the program I'm recording the show as we always do on Thursday the day after the democratic debate you are hearing it on the air for the first time on Saturday or downloading it whenever you download it if you're not hearing it on the air so there will be a little bit of a time lag but as the show goes to air the Nevada caucus will be under way and of course that will set the stage for the next phase of the primary process so to talk about the politics of it all in this hour we've got a hot post reporter Daniel Americans joining us but before we even get to that just a few quick thoughts about the debate first of all if you're expecting me to say something awful about Michael Bloomberg well I will many times but in this case he provided a great service to the Democratic Party which is he served as if you will a trump surrogate he gave each of the candidates all black at the animatronic trump dial that is Michael Burke so that they can show us how they might do against the Donald Trump now because the stand out moment I think everybody agrees was Elizabeth Warren I take him out behind the barn four the non disclosure agreement she did a fantastic job that is Elizabeth Warren the first caught the public's eye in the public's admiration I wanted to watch a debate like this and so once the clear front runner if there's not a moment where the front runner is knocked off his perch and they remain the front runner I would say that's what happened with Bernie Sanders we'll see and the folks in the matter of finishing their caucus thing as this goes to her as I said but we also talk with Daniel and we will also continue to talk about the implications of this race going forward so they are not the only candidates in the race Joe Biden people noticed that he seemed a livelier and more engaged than he had in the past did do better I thought especially going after Michael Bloomberg so we'll see if that provides by this chances are not also interesting to note by the way that Biden's regular leaving aside his policies has become more slightly more populist I would say at this point he's sounding like somebody who is to the left of a people to judge or Amy Kober chart for Michael Bloomberg so it'll be interesting to see if that's a permanent shift on Joe Biden's part will end or whether or not that changes his fortune so there's a lot of political excitement going on we'll be covering it from our own progressive perspective right here on the zero hours I hope you stick with that hello everybody this is Richard R. J. S. gal from the zero hour you know there are a lot of myths out there about social security and they're out there for a reason to make you think it's a good idea to slash the benefits you've already earned here's the truth social security has its own special source of revenue politicians who say it's driving up the deficit our life social security can't drive up the deficit because it doesn't contribute to the deficit in fact it's forbidden by law from contributing to.
"richard j." Discussed on WCPT 820
"Radio network yeah thank the Anacostia direct now your Richard J. S. gas hello everybody and welcome back to the program well here's something interesting as we talk about the twenty twenty democratic primaries in the upcoming election turns out that one of my favorite subject social security is once again a hot button electoral issue in the democratic primary now the big dustup lately has been between Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden did Bernie lie or misrepresent in some way when he said that a Joe Biden was calling for social security cuts as recently as twenty eighteen it would be the argument about a video and how to interpret Biden's videotaped remarks in that speech that he gave again in twenty eighteen recent history of what's not in question is a Joe Biden had a multi decade record of working to cut social security in the name of deficit reduction that's not questioned by anybody except I think Joe Biden who says he's always work to protect and expand the program that's not the best course of action for Joe Biden or his party now I don't really frankly want to dive too deeply into that video because it's been covered to death I read it a certain way which is that Biden is saying the you know what what he's basically said all along he wants to protect the program it needs some adjustments inside tried Sentra but I'll swear in that speech she talks about strengthening the middle class not just benefiting the wealthy few and all that so when you know in fairness I think it's a mixed bag but the real issue isn't that the real issue is not trust Joe Biden the real issue is the democratic hardy's thirty or forty year history of wanting to cut social security the real issue is the bi partisan beltway consensus of the last thirty and forty years fueled in large part by people like billionaire Pete Peterson who made a life's mission out after he got his billions out of encourage ng deficit reduction psychology and the cutting of social security and Medicare the real issue is how does the Democratic Party it's bigger than behind it's bigger than Michael Bloomberg who ironically is being touted by some progressives as a savior to the party because the bluebirds record on things like cutting social security is worse it's worse than the centrist party leadership as a whole he's not the savior he wants really trust me on that he is not the droid you've been looking for I'm not the real issue here is that Washington's bipartisan consensus which was broken not by the Democrats by the Republicans is all wrong on deficit reduction it's all wrong and what to do about social security and Medicare now our regular listeners of this program viewers of this program no we've had Stephanie Kelton and other economists on to talk about modern monetary theory but you don't have to believe there right in order to read the economic evidence of recent years especially since the financial crisis of two thousand and eight calls by Wall Street types you just look at the record we haven't needed deficit reduction every dire thing they've told us would happen if we didn't watch the deficit hasn't happened and both Cheney and crew as president under the nominal president of the George W. bush created trillions of dollars war spending he said deficits don't matter he was provided by the fact that there were no dire economic consequences to the Twin Cities and Donald Trump and the Republicans are acting out the Cheney philosophy deficits don't matter they gave way now more than two trillion in tax cuts still no dye your results for the economy as a whole so the real problem is this a bipartisan consensus was not only wrong it was bad for the social contract and it was bad politics the Republicans have stepped away from it and Donald Trump let us remember was the only candidate and his party's primary in twenty sixteen who said he would not cut social security well now he's let slip in a recent video ironically at a billionaire gathering in Davos Switzerland as saying yeah he just thinks he might cut social security that's an opportunity for the Democrats but only if they come clean and admit that the philosophy of the past was wrong and that they have found it will it here too a new way forward hello everybody this is Richard R. J. as gal from the zero hour you know there are a lot of myths out there about social security and they're out there for a reason to make you think it's a good idea to slash the benefits you've already earned here's the truth social security has its own special source of revenue politicians who say it's a driving up the deficit our life social security can't drive up the deficit because it doesn't contribute to the deficit in fact it's forbidden by law from contributing to.
"richard j." Discussed on WCPT 820
"Network yeah thank the Anacostia direct now your Richard J. S. gas hello everybody and welcome back to the program you know we have our work cut out for us in twenty nineteen and beyond I don't have to tell you that one of the biggest problems all we've got is billionaires Joe Biden and a couple other folks are saying we shouldn't Daemonites billionaires look I know I'm sure there are some billionaires who are on a personal level are very nice people and if you like Democrats there are billion years who contributed Democrats for sure but the whole system political corruption is based on billionaire money in the fact that billionaires have outsize influence in our system and with all the things we have to do including saving the planet we can't forget the we've got to get money out of politics and just get rid of these billionaires first of all we shouldn't have them because we should have a system where a wealth is more equitably distributed it and where people don't become billionaires off the labor of others or in the case of people like the Cole brothers off label of other labor of others and off the destruction of the planet that belongs to everyone so we've just got to get this whole billionaire things straightened out which means having a more equitable economy getting money out of politics now let me give an example of what I'm talking about here eight billionaire households in twenty sixteen I think folks are still compiling twenty eighteen data but eight billion or households gave a hundred and seventy five point seven million dollars in political contributions just eight household and that's not counting dark money which could well be more than that out of that dark money seventy four million went to Democrats and liberal groups this is off from open secrets so send it but in the end what kind of Democrats right we're not talking about people who are really going to change the system that's destroying the planet or leaving so many people in poverty or so many people struggling to get by it's probably not those kind of Democrats are getting this kind of money and hundred and two million went to Republicans and Republican causes so basically in terms just these eight families Republicans are are are winning going added to by nearly thirty million dollars and overall none of the money is to encourage for our economy it's all bad because it's all corrupting the system Larry Ellison gave five point five million two of which at the five point five forty six million what a good service a hundred dollars went to a Democrat Charles cope gave six point eight seven five million of which it all went basically to right wingers and then he finds these horrible organizations like Alec that are running the political process Michael Bloomberg gave twenty three million twenty three point six million most of which went to Democrats because he's trying to pull the Democratic Party into the center and making it a party of like the global elite basically which it has been in the past and you want to make sure it remains as way my attitude to these guys is this and they're all we're always hearing about John Galt libertarians are always ties John Galt threatened to withdraw his money from the global system what's stopping you guys go Galta ready hello everybody this is Richard R. J. as gal on the zero hour you know there are a lot of myths out there about social security and they're out there for a reason to make you think it's a good idea to slash the benefits you've already earned here's the truth social security has its own special source of revenue politicians who say it's a driving up the deficit our live social security can't drive up the deficit because it doesn't contribute to the deficit in fact it's forbidden by law from contributing to the overall deficit and it's currently holding more.
"richard j." Discussed on WCPT 820
"Now your Richard J. S. gas hello everybody and welcome back to the zero power right before I began to records show I stopped off at the corner pharmacy for a snack and a Cup of coffee and I was reminded of a pet peeve of mine that I talked about on the show many years ago but haven't talked about since and it's the it's it's a big deal to me okay it's this flavored potato chips number one I just don't like the taste of flavored potato chips but most of all I don't like the fact that when I go to a place of the corner pharmacy here in Anacostia in Washington DC and they're nice people not not backing the people if you happen to be listening I love the place by the when you go into that place for other places around town sometimes all you can get a flavored potato chips so eight point potato chip aficionado like myself is I'm a lock and other couple things we dislike about this besides the fact that I can't get the potato chips I want which in the long run is a good thing for my health because they shouldn't even be eating them anyway cats what really bothers me about it is the loss of choice on my own part I mean after all it's a loss of choice and is a loss of power it's a loss of power because like if I wanted sour cream and onion on my potato chips I'd buy some potato chips I buy some sour cream and onion and cut it up so far wanted sour cream and onion on my chips which I don't parkway but I just do that I take it in hand as it were right take power same thing with all those other flavors barbecue sauce I can get barbecue sauce so you may think I am when you think about this trust a little too much for this show I know it's true part of it is and I like Pringles and things like that that are very salty and okay I'm getting beside the point I guess what I'm trying to say from the point of view of the zero hour is this I feel as if the purveyors in the chip world as of the chip industry is trying to curate my paternal potato chip experience and I don't want a world of mediated consumerism their curating your Facebook feed their queue rating your Twitter feed their curating your search results there curating the prices that come up on Amazon the curating everything and when you think about it that is one of the tools of exploitation either a lot of people listening right now who think I'm absolutely out of my mind because they think the flavored potato chips which is fine they like to them and they don't know when I'm ranting about I actually just want one more option which is the old fashioned potato chips we used to have and those people who think I'm out of my mind they are absolutely correct except about one thing curated capitalism in the digital world and elsewhere is a very real thing and I want an end to it I want an end to the Facebook and Google and other monopolies and I just want a plain edge.
"richard j." Discussed on WTVN
"Filled of like recognizable actors though Richard J. Cole have you remember him he was on TV all the time in the seventies and eighties Richard J. Cole was in it and plays a character is name was Vince I remember watching this in college with a bunch of other people I think they were slightly stoned I know I wasn't but it's a word thank laughing what's in green slime because they have this Italian actress and the way she pronounced Vince someone much more like beans thanks beans all these romantic scenes with Richard Jake it should be all beings beans hello you owe her die anyway I looked up I I did want to but it's a terrible song green slime but it's sung by a guy who is famous for writing decent songs and then actually this guy who wrote the theme to green slime it was a very successful songwriter all play a bumper from him later on all right so I looked up the rake that creepy pasta great website if you're looking for this type of thing US summer of two thousand three events in northeastern United States involved a strange human like creature sparked brief local media interest before they say and an apparent blackout was enacted little or no information was left in tact mostly online it written accounts of the creature mysteriously destroyed or primarily of focus in the world New York state and once found in Idaho self proclaimed witnesses told stories of their encounters with the creature of unknown origin emotions range from extremely traumatic levels of fright discomfort to almost childlike sense of playfulness and curiosity and that was the story of the rate there's a photo if you want to look for it that creepypasta dot com and keep in common it's open lines up and and they're filling up fast we'll save one for you next on coast to coast AM this is the end product there.
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"With the rich are produced by radio network yeah thank the Anacostia direct and now your Richard J. S. gas and we're back on the program thank you for joining us once again in this hour we're going to be talking with the intercept Ryan Graham about latest developments among the Democrats and about the events that we both observed at that roots nation all of which brings on what to me is a very important issue that I want to be exploring in more and more like I guess would say in the upcoming weeks and that's the issue of how an independent activist movement relates to power when it begins to intersect with the institutions of power I'm not sure exactly how that's possible we had a great conversation on this program a few months back with representatives from LA China Paul who is co chair of the congressional progressive caucus about this but I think those of us who are movement people those of us who are activists those of us who work travel in those circles we have to figure out how we relate to institutions of power when we start to get some because it's absolutely mind the termination to see even more activists in positions of power I think the only way forward for us it is for an independent outside movement to work somehow in concert or in coordination with people who are elected but what happens when somebody who's an activist becomes an elected official how do they work together with people and the institutions of power because I have to be candid I don't see that working really well in the Democratic Party right now I think that the party the leaders and powerful figures have got to have to somehow find a way to deal with the activist forces that are now part of them I think that we on the activists side have got to figure out how we bring the energy in independence that we have into those are powerful institutions and I'm watching with increasing alarm as the tensions continue to escalate between the two what I was hoping for was a more harmonious relationship I was hoping for everyone learning how to play off their strengths recognize their place in the sort of broader ecosystem of power and I really don't think we're there yet so I'm gonna be talking with Ryan about that in the next hour maybe have some clothing closing thoughts as well so please stick around for hello everybody this is Richard R. J. as gal from the zero hour you know there are a lot of myths out there about social security and they're out there for a reason to make you think it's a good idea to slash the benefits you've already earned here's the truth social security has its own special source of revenue politicians who say it's a driving up the deficit our life social security can't drive up the deficit because it doesn't contribute to the deficit in fact it's forbidden by law from contributing to the overall deficit and it's currently.