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US panel to decide who should get the first COVID-19 shots
"Advising the CDC on who should get yet to be approved. Corona virus Vaccines First is meeting this hour. That public meeting is expected to produce a recommendation that the first doses of vaccine be administered to front line health care workers and people living in nursing homes and other long term care facilities. We spoke this morning with Dr Grace Lee, professor of pediatrics at Stanford, who is a member of the CDC s advisory Committee on Immunization practices obviously wanted to ensure We are protecting our healthcare workforce and the capacity of the health care system to care for both covert and non confrontation, So it is a critical time and we'll be focusing in on those healthcare personnel who are important to ensuring our health care delivery systems are up and running The recommendations, then go to CDC director Dr Robert Redfield if he approves, and they go to the states, which don't have to go along, but are expected to do so. Here in California
Mayor Of Long Beach, SE Of Los Angeles, Proposes $5M Relief Fund For Restaurants
"But first this, the mayor of Long Beach says he'd like to take $5 million from a new federal relief package and create a special fund. This fund would be for restaurants, bars and breweries that have been closed or restricted because of the pandemic. Pair of Long Beach, Robert Garcia says he's a worked as a waiter. We're going to college and he understands the challenges facing small businesses. These days. The City Council is expected to discuss the issue.
There's Another Runoff in Atlanta, Georgia
"In Georgia. Today, voters are deciding which candidate will briefly fill the House seat of the late Democratic congressman John Lewis. Christopher Alston with member station W. A. B has more from Atlanta. Robert Franklin and Kwanza Hall. Both Democrats are competing to be Atlanta's congressman for just a few weeks, one of the shortest house 10 years in U. S history. Runoff as a burden toe already overworked metro Atlanta counties, which are also conducting a recount of the November election. Erica Hamilton, his election director for the cab county employees. This is what we live for. This is our job. We expect that we're ready for it. It gets it just adds extra Layer two are learning experience with his 2020 election. The winner of this runoff will not serve past January. Congresswoman elect in the chemo. Williams takes office for NPR News. I'm Christopher Austin in Atlanta. This is NPR news
Miami-Dade Mayor Tests Positive for COVID-19
"Was exposed to covert 19 over the Thanksgiving weekend. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Kaba tested positive for covert 19 on on Twitter Twitter Twitter Monday, Monday, Monday, Monday, Levin Levin Levin Levin Kaba Kaba Kaba Kaba said said said said her her her her husband, husband, husband, husband, Dr Dr Dr Dr Robert Robert Robert Robert Kaba, Kaba, Kaba, Kaba, was was was was exposed exposed exposed exposed by by by by one one one one of of of of his his his his patients patients patients patients and and and and also also also also tested tested tested tested positive. positive. positive. positive. They They They They both both both both have have have have mild mild mild mild symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms and and and and are in quarantine. The
Massachusetts Lawmakers Confirm Agreement on Police Reform Bill
"Months of negotiations, House lawmakers plan to meet in a full formal session Tuesday afternoon when a vote is expected on a police reform Bill. House Speaker Robert to Leo and Senate President Karen Spilka. Released a statement late today confirming agreement on a conference committee Bill
Bill Barnwell on Bears versus Packers
"Watching bears and packers and aaron rodgers to the surprise of literally. Nobody just decimated the bears and mitch trubisky forty one to twenty five so i wanna turn this conversation to the horse race. The mvp conversation because there really hasn't been a wire-to-wire front runner. This whole time. We've seen the pendulum kind of swing. Russell wilson kyle murray. Was there for hot. Second mahomes obviously and aaron rodgers who remains squarely in the thick of it after an off season full of drama around jordan. Love being drafted at quarterback and yet there is aaron rodgers just dominating again robert tanya and guys at touchdown to robert tanya made aaron rodgers the eleventh. Qb in nfl. History to pass for more than fifty thousand yards the second-fastest so where are you on. The whole rogers ram vp. Okay so i. I'm inclined to pick. Patrick mahomes by choice right now. And i think the only thing separating those two with russell wilson third is that one disastrous game. Rogers had against the bucks earlier this season. And i think if you're going to make a case for rodgers. Mvp to start with the idea that he's doing more with less and mahomes has to work with. And wilson has to work with the homes of course has a dominant group of receivers with Terry travis kelsey leading the way. Russell wilson has decay metcalf and tyler lockett and we talked about this before the season. Rogers has devante adams and a lot of question marks. Rogers has injuries and opt-outs affecting his receiving corps from week to week and on top of that. The guys who are extra showing up are posting the second highest drop rate for any quarterback in the league and yet when you put rodgers back there even against a very good defense which the bears are. There are stretches this year. He looks absolutely untouchable. The bears had no answers for him on sunday night. So the other
Iran’s president blames Israel for killing nuclear scientist and vows to respond at the ‘right time’
"Joe biden could be facing a crisis in iran when he takes office the runs top. Nuclear scientists was killed. Daytime ambush friday. The scientists was considered the architect of iran's secret nuclear program that was halted in two thousand three while. Nbc news has not independently confirmed details surrounding his death. Iran's foreign minister has implicated israel in the attack but israel has not commented on the allegations. Join me now now. You're a hawk former state. Department senior adviser and host of sirius. Xm that global experience treat a policy of the quincy institute for responsibility in statecraft and author of losing it. Enemy and colonel lawrence wilkerson former chief of staff for secretary of state colin powell. So i'd like to start with you. Treat it what exactly is happening right now. What are we hearing. Well the latest is happening. Is that the iranian president. I've come out with a statement. Essentially saying that iran is not going to walk into what he called a trap by israelis to escalate and and create a war because that is in his assessment with the israelis wants But it is not clear if that is the view of other elements inside the country. Some of this debate is starting to be taking place in public in which the argument that is made by the other side is that these assassinations continued to take place precisely because in their view the iranians have not responded harshly enough to previous attacks and the only way of preventing future. Attacks is to respond harshly. This one if that happens however than there is a very significant risk for a major esscalation potentially war which according to ruhani is what the Always looking for curl wilkerson. How unusual would it be for the notes to have not been informed of this. Do you believe that the white house knew that this was going to happen. It would be extremely unusual. Maria theresa I have to believe that was informed Trump's whole effort now seems to be to be foul the recent election. So i don't think he's very attentive to but my peyot at sectors state is and i'll remind your viewers of what's up their defense robert gates Now my chancellor. William and mary that the saudis are willing to fight the iranians for the last dead american. And i would add bb netanyahu too much in yahoo in that. I think that's what we're looking at here. They want as a major outcome. A war as a middle ground outcomes they want a bombing campaign by the us against toronto nuclear facilities and as a minimum amount They want to foreclose any possibility of the new president. Joe biden reentering the joint comprehensive plan of action the nuclear agreement with iran and. It looks like they're well on that road to success to follow up on that. Because i think the what the colonel stating is quite implicates the perhaps the role of the white house in this we know that any who has been a very strong ally of donald trump donald trump has been very clear that he is an ally of israel but also want also was the one that was responsible for pulling us out of the nuclear deal with iran. And the idea that we're hearing possibly is that donald trump perhaps did this. No had israelis did this informing donald trump. But also is this netanyahu's attempt to do something under this current administration that he knows me not able to do with a biden administration will the binding administration has certainly picked up a where. The obama administration left off in terms of wanting to return to diplomacy and use the tools of diplomacy to box in bad actors. If we rewind we know. The iran nuclear deal was less about iran's as a terrorist nation and more about eliminating the ability for iran to get a nuclear weapon. That yahoo was opposed of the saudis. Were closed. But this was a coordinated effort between european countries including russia and the united states with the united states. Pulling out that really opened the door. Before is israel and the saudis to look to other avenues to influence the united states. You also had with trump national security adviser john bolton who was in iran war hawk and so some of that still remains netanyahu just last week was meeting and talking with mohammed bin salman the crown prince of saudi arabia. So they're looking at a ticking time clock of being able to behave in ways in which the international at least the united states will not be speaking up. An opposing their efforts so That's the key thing is how much can they. Box in. A biden's options By engaging the united states under a trump administration or while trump is still commander in chiefs treatise of the. Us has done officially commented on what occurred. What is your take when this idea that. Perhaps the trying to do is box in the president elect wyden. I think that's absolutely correct than i think it's also correct would counter wilkerson said that There was probably some sort of implicit green light from the trump administration for netanyahu. Go forward with this. However it's also important to recognize that. Netanyahu must also have calculated that biden. Probably does not have the political will to inflict impose a cost netanyahu if he does these things to box in biden and i think it is up to the biden administration to prove netanyahu wrong. Because i doubt that netanyahu would have gone down this path unless he felt that it was pretty much cost fee from him not just from trump but also from biden
Iran prepared to strike Haifa if Israel killed scientist
"News, the mysterious killing of Iran's chief nuclear scientist is raising tensions with the nation's relationship with Israel. Iran's president blamed Israel for the assassination of its top nuclear scientists, while the supreme leader vowed to retaliate. Israel did not comment, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu once called out the scientist by name in a speech. Israeli embassies have reportedly gone on high alert. Hearing Iranian retaliation. Robert
NFL orders shutdown of team facilities Monday and Tuesday to slow spread of COVID-19
"Meanwhile, the NFL trying to get a hand on the rise of covert 19 cases. Closing all team facilities to in person activities Monday and Tuesday, but that does not include teams playing those days. Steelers and Ravens game push to Tuesday night Robert Griffin, the third making the start, Lamar Jackson testing positive for covert. 19 also made the Thursday Ravens Cowboys game get rescheduled for Monday. December
Killing of Iranian nuclear mastermind risks confrontation with US.
"An iranian scientists long suspected by the west of masterminding a secret. Nuclear bomb program was killed in an ambush near tehran. On friday. that could provoke confrontation between iran. And its foes in the last weeks of donald trump's presidency. The death of mossend fakher does who iranian media said died in hospital. After the sassoon's gunned him down in his car will also complicate any effort by. Us president elect joe biden to revive the agreements of barack obama's presidency. Iran pointed the finger at israel while implying the killing had the blessing of the departing trump. Foreign minister javad zarif wrote on twitter of serious indications of an israeli role the military advisor to supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei bounce to strike his thunder at the killers of the suppressed martyr in the last days of the political life. There are trump zionists seek to intensify pressure on iran and create a full blown war hussein dagan tweeted channels of the telegram encrypted messaging app believed to be close to iran's elite revolutionary. God's reported that the top security body. The supreme national security council convened an emergency meeting with senior military commanders present. Israel declined to comment the white house. Pentagon us state department and cia also declined to comment for christmas. Day had been described by western and israeli intelligence services for years as the mysterious leader of a covert atomic bomb program halted in two thousand three which israel in the united states accused tehran of trying to restore trump who lost his reelection bid to biden on november third and leaves office on january twentieth pulled. The united states from a deal reached under obama. He's predescessor that lifted the sanctions on iran in return for curbs on its nuclear program. Biden has said he will aim to restore that agreement will though many analysts say this will be a challenging goal. Robert malley who served as iran advisor to obama and has informally advised. Biden's team said fuck chris. Days killing was among a series of moves that have occurred during trump's final weeks that appear aimed at making it harder for biden to re engage with iran.
Ravaged by COVID-19, Ravens face issues beyond new schedule
"Push back again Now Tuesday evening, Robert Griffin. The third is made just one start the last four seasons likely to fill in for Lamar Jackson. Coordinating with that move next week's schedule Thursday night or matching the Ravens and Cowboys will be pushed back to Monday night. December the seventh and that means no Thursday night game. On the third of December. On top of that the
NFL orders all facilities to close next Monday and Tuesday
"Niner update. Yeah, they're gonna have some help on the way for Sunday's game against the Rams, Raheem Mostert, Jeff Wilson, Richard Sherman and Deebo Samuel will be active coming off injuries. Those guys haven't played much this year. For a new assortment of injuries. Brandon I. You grow miss the game. He's on the cove in 19, lest the NFL is ordered all team facilities around the league to remain closed Monday and Tuesday Express. Except for the team's playing on those days, Seattle's had Philly on Monday night. The Ravens at Pittsburgh Tuesday night. The move was made by the league because of the covert 19 surge around the nation and the Thanksgiving holiday. Which likely has brought family members into close contact with relatives outside their normal bubbles. The Ravens have had 12 players test positive this past week. Including quarterback Lamar Jackson, Robert Griffin. The third will start at QB for Jackson on Tuesday night. In case you missed it. Stanford beat Cal at the big game. 24 23 Berkeley. The Bears scored a TD with 58 seconds left at the extra point by Dorie along ghetto was blocked with 58 seconds to go the carnal recover the Onside kick, then picked up the game ending first down on third and four to Cal Fumbles led to two Stanford touchdowns in that game, and the Bears had a short field goal and That extra point blocked at the end in the loss. What a frustrating day for the bears their own. Three Stanford now one and two, and in college hoops, USF stuns number four Virginia 61 60 at the Bubble Ville Classic first upset Of a top five team by the Dungeon. 39 years and ST Mary's Got past sad South Dakota State. 70 to 59 Alex Dukas, a career high 25 in the Wind for the Gaels at the Sports Desk. Kevin Ramage CASE, CBS CBS
Trump administration moves ahead on gutting bird protections
"Rolling back protections for migratory birds. Tom Roberts has the story. The White House's reinterpreting the 1918 migratory birds statute, Trudy's penalties for companies and developers who inadvertently killed them. The policy put in place in the 19 seventies to find an illegal taking of a migratory bird as any action that caused the death of a protected species. Whether deliberate or accidental, environmentalists argue the change will give polluters carte blanche to kill. Birds, which is not just illegal. It's cruel. I'm Tom Roberts come on his
Amy Coney Barret Tilts The Balance in Divisive Ruling
"A lot for being with us on this day after Thanksgiving. It was right before Thanksgiving late Wednesday. When the U. S Supreme Court The majority said, even in a pandemic You can't put away the Constitution. Now. In New York governor Cuomo says that he issued these restrictions on places of worship. Based on science. And safety. And so this is a fascinating ruling. In many regards number one. It's a big plus for religious freedom. Number two. It was just this past summer. That the Supreme Court ruled basically the opposite. In a case and there's some other cases that are being considered. I believe some cases California, New Jersey, Louisiana, So this is all about the Supreme Court blocking New York's governor from enforcing 10 and 25 person occupancy limits On religious institutions. Courts, the restrictions would violate religious freedom. And are not neutral because they single out houses of worship or especially harsh treatment. Or said there's no evidence that the organizations that brought the lawsuit have contributed to the spread of cove in 19. And this was one of those 54 decisions. With Chief Justice John Roberts. Going along with Justices Stephen Bryer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. And in their descent. Chief justice. Roberts said he saw no need to take this action because New York had revised the designations of the affected areas. Governor Cuomo essentially Said the same thing. Nevertheless, the Supreme Court did rule on it and also in the sending opinion. Justice Sonia Sotomayor said this unlike religious services, Bike repair shops and liquor stores generally don't feature customers gathering inside to sing and speak together for an hour or more. She went on to say justices of this court play a deadly game in second guessing the expert judgment of health officials. About the environments in which a contagious virus now infecting a million Americans each week. Spreads most easily. Those are the words and the dissenting opinion from Justice. Sonia Sotomayor, your Down the majority, and this may be the new power five and this is one of the key developments out of this ruling. A new power five on the Supreme Court. Barrett Gorsuch. Thomas Alito. And Cavanaugh. Three of whom, of course, were Appointed By President Donald Trump in the Majority opinion. Justice, Gorsuch said this, he noted that Governor Cuomo had designated among others, the hardware stores acupuncturists. Liquor stores and bicycle repair shops as essential businesses. That were not subject to the most strict limits. Like these places of worship work. Gorsuch said. We may not shelter in place when the Constitution is under attack. Things never go well. When we do So it Zbig deal for the Supreme Court. It's a big deal for I mean, let's face it all those evangelicals that voted for President Trump. They've got to be doing a victory lap today, right? Maybe you are a swell 51283605 90. If you'd like to be a part of the program here, you give us a call or send us a text on K. O. B. J. It is because Amy Barrett just got on the court. Right, So it's really The first significant indication Of a rightward tilt to the court. And I mentioned this and may and July Supreme Court rejected challenges. Virus related restrictions on churches in California and Nevada. At that time, the Chief Justice John Roberts, Joined the courts Democratic appointees, which of course, then included Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And those rulings they stress that state and local governments required flexibility to deal with a dangerous and evolving pandemic. So The New York Times, Right said. This is just One example of how profoundly President Trump Has transformed the Supreme Court. This New York Times P, says Justice Bharat Help the chief justice of body blow. Casting the decisive vote in a 5 to 4 ruling. On religious services in New York. And New York Times says this is most certainly a taste. Of things to come. About this 51283605 90 here on Caleb E. J. It is an interesting question, right? In the summer time. Even the Supreme Court said, Look You may not like it when these local officials are trying to close the church. But You're dealing with health and safety issue. And there are rights. Given to local officials in the event. Of health and safety issues. Well, not in this case, the governor there in New York, Andrew Cuomo. He criticized the Supreme Court. Or overturning their restrictions. He said It was Morrell Astrit Ivo of the Supreme Court than anything else. He called the ruling irrelevant. Said it would have any practical impact because restrictions Are not in place and had been dialed back well. You know, it's interesting that even in the Opinion. That was written by Sonia Sotomayor, right? When she was talking about The court plays a deadly game and second guessing the expert judgment of health official. Let's stop right there.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson tests positive for COVID-19
"Quarterback Lamar Jackson, now the highest profile NFL player to test positive for covert 19, the reigning NFL N V. P is one of several Baltimore players with the virus team is dealing with an outbreak that delayed their Thanksgiving night game against the undefeated Steelers to Sunday. But now More positive tests Sunday tilt in jeopardy If they do play Robert Griffin. The third would start at quarterback, with Jackson out
Supreme Court Strikes Down New York COVID Restrictions
"The new Supreme Court has spoken, and it is a much different message as it relates to Covad restrictions from the government. 93 w A. B C. It's the Mark and Rob. Show him Rob Mok is out Abdul in for Mok. And obviously, this came down late on Wednesday. With yesterday being Thanksgiving. We didn't get a chance to get to it. But the Supreme Court essentially striking down the order from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, putting a limit on how many people could attend certain religious services again simplifying a very complex issue, but basically saying Hey, If you say liquor stores and bike shops can have whatever. Then you can't say religious institutions can't have a two almost soon. You say they got it wrong. Um, not necessarily. I think they got it right. But it was the question Woz. Um Did the rule really apply anymore? Because the mayor of New York City had sort of lift exits. The Governor York had sort of color coded like from orange thread in the synagogue to church. We're back in the orange category. Not the red category. So the question was. Is this really an issue at all? But what this gets, too? And it's going to sound really where I got to get in the weeds for just a little bit Sure, because we should point out the people hearing your voice. You are a man of all you are an attorney license in two states, which means we gotta start paying my annual to send to stop it. It's gonna cost about 350 bucks. There is this issue was called muteness and rightness. Muteness basically means that the issues over and the court doesn't have to deal. With it right. This means the issue isn't ready yet for the court to deal with, And so what? I'm thinking what the Supreme Court did Well said, Hey, technically, the issue is moot in the sense that no. They change the color code. This game and all charges. You got to go back to 50%. But they said this could come back up again. And so we want to make sure that the issue is is sort of settled, at least for right now, and that's why I think that's I think that's why they did what they did because you can't Treat religious institutions differently unless you've got a really, really good reason to do it. It's like it's got. Let's just all the strict scrutiny analysis and I'm like really delighted, said It's truly with the girdle on which is what he said. It's like No, that's that's not it. It's no, that's not it. Um In a nutshell. You you have a situation where I don't see why. I just couldn't remember to everybody the same, which is like a 15% capacity across the board. 25% capacity across the board. You gotta social distance and that'll that'll take care of it. But now we got the mayor. The Governor York City say the courts rule doesn't matter because we're no longer in that red So we're now in the Orange zone. But still, the court could say, Hey, this will come back. We just want to make sure that we know exactly what's going on. Because, well, well, I do agree with with in principle with the theory that hang in the Constitution doesn't stop for pandemic. You still have to You're still you're still in the pandemic. I have so many legal questions off of this. And if you are really ever you see the read these articles and said, But why did you this This is this is writing Abdul's wheelhouse. So the first question I have is when a ruling like this comes down because we've seen people like in the state of Indiana be very upset that the governor and in the early days of the pandemic said Well, religious liquor stores can stay open. But these places have to close and go into a liquor store. But you can't go in here. Does this apply across the country now? Does everybody have to look at this and go? Okay. This is the new law like how do we snow? Because this we're basically dealing with emergency orders, so the emergency order only applies to the emergency. The order. You need actual case X again up to the Supreme Court. So what does that mean? Cause I would look at this and say this is a This is a case. So what? No, it's no. It's Zen emergency hearing. Um For lack of a better term kinda figure how to explain this in like 10, seconds or less. Since keeping relatively simple in a nutshell, The court will hear cases like you know. Plessy vs Ferguson served Kendall versus shabbas or something like that has gone through the district Court, the appellate court and then to the Supreme Court. Then the court will also hear these sort of emergency orders, which is Hey, our rights are being violated. We need to know a quick opinion. Next. Why Z, which which gets to need to where I was going to go? Which is? How does the court decide? I was gonna ask you that question. This seems like it came very quickly versus these cases that sometimes you know, we'll hear an argument in October and they don't rule until June. Or you give it I say that it takes forever to go to go through. These sort of things are for those specific issues. So like Trump may appeal Some ruling related to the election, and that would be just for that specific thing. It wouldn't have some overarching. Apparently it was in the emergency order category, for example. Hey, we need to throw these ballots out right now. Because December 14th, the Electoral college is going to do X Y Z so the court will now the court can hear things on an expedited basis. I'II Bush versus Gore. Which, interestingly, which, by the way only applies to Bush versus Gore. Well, so let's let's let's branch off that rabble by the whites, The mark and Rob Show Mark is out, Rob here of duels in for Mark, We're talking a little bit about this. Ruling by the Supreme Court. Limiting of the governor of New York's ability to restrict religious activities were trying to from a legal perspective sort through what that means. One of the fascinating things for me reading about this is how Gorsuch was sparring with Roberts in their legal written opinions now wouldn't Jerry Springer they weren't yelling at each other on stage, but the different articles I was reading, say, said, this is pretty intense for supreme for two Supreme Court justices. This is basically their version of sniping at each other is that is that unusual for judges? It is not uncommon for judges to take little pot shots at each other. Supreme Court has done it even on that level on that level yet because they're all so they're still human beings. But you know this because I want to lead us to another look, they clearly they are brilliant whether you agree with their their judicial philosophy or not there. They're brilliant legal people, So they know they're smarter than everyone else, right? I mean, that comes off a lot of times when you hear them question the people at the court, But this this is unusual for them for one, the leaders to take shot and another elitist and it is in the sense that you have both know too conservative judges what may be a bit more ideological conservative than the other. But it is not uncommon for judges, too. Occasionally taking taking ticket but sort of a backhanded compliment to each other. So to speak, Okay? I did
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson tests positive for Covid-19
"Sunday the Ravens and sits Steelers air supposed to play Marquee matchup, but one of the NFL's biggest stars now dealing with covert 19 Baltimore QB Lamar Jackson has tested positive, along with multiple other Ravens players and personnel. The game is now in jeopardy of being canceled. But if they do play looks like Robert Griffin, the third is gonna be the quarterback for the Ravens. With Jackson already ruled out with that positive covert
'Stepmother' is No Dirty Word to Lisa Edelstein
"When. I met my husband. He had only been separated for about seven weeks. Wow wow seven Was like it was like textbook bad idea. But yeah when you meet that person and it's like so clear on so many levels all those problems don't matter So the hardest thing about it for us was that i was living through the trauma of their divorce with them and and it's traumatic for everybody and it was a as as always a long time coming. A lot of things had built up to that moment in time and the kids were really really confused and spun out And one of them was having really violent temper tantrums and like really hard time justifying so when i stepped in both parents were in a chaotic state of mind because like every their whole lags had turned upside down and So when i stepped into this family which was sort of like. You're you're inter you're out from day one because you can't you can't like casually date somebody who's got to really little kids and age of trauma happening It's either. You're in your out. So because i recognized in robert my husband who he was and what a good match we were it was just like i'm on. I'm the grownup i i can do this. So it definitely. It was challenging for a lot of years because we are fifty fifty with their mom. We have very different households. But the kids needed parenting. Both households and my husband could do by himself and so initially was really hands on for me and then as things settled down I could sort of take a backseat. My husband at sort of Facility i could facilitate his parents so it kind of mutated over time like you have to be really open to what the needs are but also the kids you know like the kids go to school. The sunni landmines. The kids will go to school at their first divorced family in there because they were very young on they were nursery school and kindergarten. They wanna just trans rain. One had just turned five and so they were trying to figure out what their family was. Now And they decided they had they were like the families that had two months which are lesbian they had seen. Lesbian couples are not divorce and of course that language is very triggering for their mom. But that language didn't come from me so like these. Landmines exist the. It's so complicated. And then she would have like a big reaction something that i had no control over So there is a lot of negotiating long away. So you know you're an relationship with the parent that you're not in a relationship when you ha- when there are kids involved And you as a step parent of young children you have to show up one hundred percent as a parent and you have no language you have no name especially you're unmarried so you are parenting one hundred percent and you're not allowed to be officially a mother and you're not married united stepmother and stepmother has all these negative connotations from story books so it's a really interesting problem to have now. The kids are much older. It's is very different experience but back then it was really difficult
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"robert c" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
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"robert c" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"They. Have you have you seen? Ran into each other now. But before he said that I rented him at a club drinks he was playing I went to his see him play I'll have had a night off in Seattle. He was playing me and Chris fewer people went down there and hung out I'll always overlook these always shown. We've been cool every time I see him you know what I'm saying but I just felt like, why don't say that you could have said it in my face you could use it to my face bro Yeah no mandate up I saw him international jazz day Osama International Jazz Day in Russia maybe two years ago something and the Oh. And we had a little. Boy. Ended You know that is like they they bring in a bunch of jazz musicians and in puts you in a different country every year and to promote Jess and you do a concert together and they break up a little group risk and you do like one song. So we did the International Jazz Day thing and means rapper backstage if somebody came up and was like so. What do you think? What makes jazz? We're talking about it. You know a brand said. The space? Between quarter notes. I was like her right before it sounds like. What what do you mean? The space between like literally the space between the court not like the space between the like. The space you can, of course. So literally, it's a mathematical thing like if you do this space this space, one of those that's look of got into a thing about it because the answer he gave was like come on Bro like you sound it sounded like witting. Now has the chew in. No we don't, but there's nerds like me that when a scientific definition and there's created like you. that. You know that will never have the right answer like I. Don't think any creative truly knows what the definition of what makes their art form tick. You know right but then but we're having to just. And I'm like Oh we start talking about tunes. So because this is not swinging, we'll talk with Rice symbol everything and it was like so you're you're you're now defining a whole genre by a rhythm so because it doesn't tend to today intensive, it's not passed. So what's late? He was like, Najat right I said so red clay. This is this is track versus real hip hop I get. Long argument. Again. kitted. Anybody buffer somebody who made us on the phone I suspected something different. Different answer. I gave an answer but that will again and that was twenty six years ago. That was I mean, win. Win Whitney, innovative music, and then stop he black codes and then stopped. Black Colder such an innovative record you know blackouts. Ground black holes from the underground breath, right? It's like. Absolutely fucking incredible. You know. My favorite records of his absolutely absolutely you know. Win Call me the head. Oh wait go back to that 'CAUSE I. 'cause you. Remember the whole nother Ram and want to step into because. 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Let this go and I was like well, I'm not doing anything but you know the truth is the truth I know what Houston, like man she's got all these followers a staff and you know you're not winning that battle and I just think it's best if you just. Battle battling. Wait you're missing the most important part. KNOWS WHO LEARN WHO Is. Is. Then, he cares as a whole `nother level two. Semi. Now, sneakers know who the fuck. First of all this. I can. Win This jazz bubble I know I know and would bring up. That's crazy. Tax Me about our first Texan only tax to this day. Relations on. Grammy just. Glad. I said with every time I saw every time. I see him in person, and honestly when I don't see him play, he invites me up to play. He calls stages it you know what I mean. I don't have a beef where no Rowbotham win some things. He says like a mom umbrella you know but we'll you sci-fi and he's never thrown me under the bus in some interview you know or try to do anything malicious Ben. 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"robert c" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Dot com the condition that I've heard you talk about in the past thank you I guess you've seen it more than you used to see it is and Robert C. and I'm a little bit confused about what Merapi is exactly can you kind of fill us in on that your office today is a condition that usually manifests by pain numbness sometimes tingling it usually occurs in the extremities most often in the feet in the legs historically it's been seen in people that come down with diabetes and because as a result of nerve damage but as a population has been aging over the last five years or so I've been seeing more more people coming in that in nondiabetic that have been diagnosed with that and regrettably there's no solution medically for it medically there's nothing they can do that you're gonna die doctor some other doctor can't cure in our office it's that's exactly right is no drug for this nothing is gonna fix it you're saying what does your procedure cure it no my procedures and cure anything but quite often when we reconnect the brain with the body we find that the body's inherent healing ability if the damage isn't too great is such that these things begin to chat start changing in a very positive way we have a good example of that when I talk with your your patient Elland she came in with some of these issues didn't she did that's absolutely correct and she in a short period of time so some remarkable changes well let's talk to Alan what a doctor Yardley's patients Ellen resilient joins us from federal way hi Ellen how you doing I am doing fine well it's great to have you on with us we wanted to ask you start by asking you what was your situation before you met Dr Yardley tell us about your pain your condition well about a week before I came to see him I've sales because I have a badly and I hit my head was going to hit really hard and I moved it I must decrease my neck and it just was really painful and I had got a real bad headache and I was my equilibrium was often I just felt terrible did you have any problems with your with your walking after that or your you know tangling or anything like that no telling the it might equilibrium was I would have to be really careful hold on to my Walker finished been pretty scary for you it was so you went inside doctor Lee Yardley at the Yardley institute tell me what happened what was that like for you well it was wonderful after they got through it may I felt much better I still have a little you know a dizzy not business but equilibrium problem and my head was still hurting a little bit after the bout the third second or third I can't remember now home anyway it was better and I haven't had it had it bad headache Sam Sam Ellen was it a difficult procedure I mean was it wasn't something where you felt you know that you were being dragged through this torturous experience I didn't even know they were doing and I think it was so easy I thank you dearly yes No L. in a couple of things now that you have problems with bringing in the years you've been having ringing in your right ear for about six months what a coming to the institute and how's that been doing much better this once in a while I don't know why it just starts ringing and then it it goes away it's nothing like it was that's great and then also you had numbness and pain in your in your foot I believe in my clothes yeah wow and how's it doing I haven't had that since then I started coming to you either wonderful wonderful young with a balance you would sometimes feel like you're going to full back which right right yeah that's going to be scary really scary very scary yeah it's not so let me let me ask you this Alan you know you you're obviously in a position to recommend Dr Yardley or not recommend Dr Yardley's work to other people where would you come down on this would you recommend his treatment to somebody else I definitely will I have you have you really yes what is it about the the I mean oh yes of course it releases the pain and that's a blessing but is there something else about the procedure about the people that you think is noteworthy well they're all very very nice and I am so thankful they have this help we are all feeling so much better so I'd recommend I recommend them to anybody that my daughter has my grades and I keep trying to get her to go one of the things about Allen is she so bright and cheery when she comes in she always has a smile for you and we just we just love our Ellen have you got anything else to add houses how is this had an impact on your life for you out in about a little bit more than you were previously well yes I am are you walk to go over to the mall a lot to do three hours about three times a week wow and I got out and worked in the yard a little bit I mean I have a sense there I can lean on and put a little few weeks and I haven't done that for a long long time well I got you know you gotta help me out here when you hit your head and and and we're in that situation would you have been able to go for the walk in the in the mall or work out in the yard at that point well I if I had my Walker and if I was somebody was with me I would I did a few things like that but not on my own now I go by myself so it sounds like you've been liberated that you have more of an opportunity to live your life now yeah well that is just a great thing thank you for making the time to talk to us this morning you're very welcome I'm glad to do it thank you so much Ellen we really appreciate it okay about the army you take it out bye bye bye it's amazing Dr Yardley how your procedure can help someone apparently of of any age I yeah it's him it yeah I see so many people that think that well I'm too old to be helped and when I see people coming in that error and eighties even nineties yeah and they're not saying die they've got this problem and they want a solution for it and it's amazing the ability that the.
"robert c" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"At Design Indaba. We are in the art scape arena. We have been feted very properly and very generously by our hosts who took us out to a reception dinner Tuesday during which we had a nice little chat as we walked around the sculpture garden. And you said something. I've been thinking about ever since you told me that you had quite a lot of self confidence and it was something that you didn't know that you deserve to really have that. You had more self confidence than perhaps you should. And I'm wondering why you feel that way. I think it's true. I think there's two things maybe one is realizing that you're completely insignificant. Nothing really matters. Hold that truth I mean it really is the truth like you're really insignificant. We're actually going to come back to that. Then find on the other side. Also hold the truth that you are a miracle every single one of us that we're here. You are incredible miracle so kind of when you hold those things in your head and your heart. That's maybe that's where the confidence comes from starting to get to. I think maybe where it came from. As a child I moved around a lot as a child sooners born. I was emigrated shipped off to Holland. Hong Kong born in Hong Kong moved to Harlem no one when I was about four my parents. They were working Chinese restaurant and they weren't getting paid because a grandfather who owned the restaurant. House this house. My parents fed us as they weren't getting paid and he said well. I don't know we will never be able to open their own restaurant if we don't get paid so this shift me and my sister back to Hong Kong to live my grandmother while they went and worked and save money to restaurants so for three three and a half years went back to Hong Kong without my parents and I was pretty independent by myself. All this I was forty seven and memories of this. That's why I felt like my first bit of consciousness. Living in the little village the village is so little. When you think when you think of big city we lived in New Territories on the border of China. I could see China and this village is so old. Didn't have running water dirt floor kind of thing and the school was the church interesting story. I grew up Christian. Because that's all I knew and the class was every village with the classes of your six or year fourteen so it was literally a one room. Yes yes yes and then when I was seven the over the restaurant they save money. We're reunite with their parents to Holland. Holly was a small fishing village. Another interesting story there. Is that how Chinese people choose to open Chinese restaurant in Holland Anyway? Back then was get on the train off if this Chinese restaurant you get back on the chain until you get off the train and there's no Chinese restaurant you hop off and you end up getting there and then the my parents are crazy people. They're awesome They went to Canada for two week. Vacation in nineteen seventy six. At that time. I think Canadian dollars higher than American International City of the towers being built and they were invented. Oh well for kids. Have the best opportunity should learn English. They should we should Holland. Ten DID DECIDE TO EMIGRATE TO TORONTO. And so these emigrated in speaking English and so I moved around a lot and every where I moved. I'd had to sort of to not we devastated. Had the Khasi tell myself stories that I'm in school like okay? I try to be the attorney. Do the best math get good grades? 'cause telling Myself Okay. I'm smart. Oh I'm pretty good at running just for my ego probably to protect my ego. We'll tell help buoy up that sort of as insecure spirit. Yes insecure so I probably all comes from an insecurity and and also like when I was ten. I would go to the bank for my parents because they didn't speak English. Oh as a young age I was doing sort of going up things at the same time. I was telling myself all these stories about myself. The price up. So maybe. That's that's the real reason. Delusional Self Talk Eve said that the constant change as you were growing up helps you develop the ability to communicate without relying mainly on verbal exchanges. And what did you do instead of the verbal exchanges? Yeah I think I think you look you read physical cues. It's hard to imagine for most Americans. I mean that landing somewhere and you don't really understand someone you have to be with someone and survive two three eight hours at school in a foreign language so you just can't you constantly have to be looking for cues and you hear intonations so a lot of communication. I think happens at a subtext sub language level and actually interesting when it was in Holland had diary that I wrote in pictures and when I look at it now I have no idea what I wrote. I can't remember when writing but see the pictures I remember the memory. I have memories of conversations. I've had really detailed. They're all English but I know for a fact I didn't speak much at the time. So all the communications happening at this other level and I remember realizing that even people's expression of when you get hurt you know in in America you say Ouch in Holland you say ow and in China Chinese ego. It's all sort of similar but all very different So I think maybe that also may be realized how connected we are Eve stated that because you couldn't understand anyone and no one could understand you. You came to realize that most of the time whoever can listen the hardest is the best communicator. And I've had to learn that the hard way especially doing interviews now essentially for a living that in order to really communicate and have a conversation. You really have to listen and most people. Don't listen they just talk talk. Talk Talk for the other person to stop talking and then start talking again without having ever really listened. How did you train yourself to do that? I didn't learn a toll later told me that I think in my twenties that most people listen most people are have a little voice in their head. That's talking the time and while someone's talking that voices thinking about what you should say next judging filling in and assuming answer really listen you basically have the say shut up to that voice and really listen and it's so so important to relationship you kids parents coworkers. Enemies. Yeah more. People really really listened a much better place. That's part of the reason why I'm looking directly at you. But you're allowed to look a little bit at the audience because unless I'm directly interacting with the audience it becomes really distracting because I have to also not only monitor what I'm doing with you but also hoping that the audiences enjoying it very hard to be able to hold both at the same time and I also learned that my best interviews are when I am looking directly at the person if I do remote interviews which I rarely do anymore I usually will listen back and think. Why didn't I ask that other question? How obvious thing to have missed? And it's because I'm looking around and paying attention to other things which you can't help but do you know that I have this thing. I say I listen a lot horrible at actually. Remember anyone's names and I think it's because when I meet someone I think most people do this in the first couple of seconds and when they say their name. You're probably spending a lot of time. Just looking assessing here and your brain is actually doing all this other stuff and and really care about what your name was generally always ask after. We've had like a two hour conversations. Tell me Your name again. And then you have the space and time to actually absorb it as you were growing up Andrew Stand. You learned a lot about Western culture by watching television. What kind of shows were you watching? The most sublime best shows like Gilligan's island happy days Brady bonds. She was just what was on TV. But I'll tell you one thing when I grew up in Holland we had to TV stations and it programmed in start until ten o'clock nine o'clock or something in the morning and there was only on Saturdays so when a when is the cartoons on the weekend and curtains on every day. We really what you're talking about. Yeah what time did it start at six in the morning and I remember the first Saturday but didn't have school. I was so excited to watch cartoons ten years old. I woke up at five thirty in the morning except my alarm went downstairs waiting turn on TV and they had the bugs bunny and all that great stuff. You've said that even though your parents didn't exactly discourage you from a creative career in your family that option didn't actually exist. Why not so? My father was from that village. My mom was immigrant from China. She never went to school. Started working when she was ten years old was manager at a garment factory when she was thirteen. She got paid a dollar a week. I think and she lived in a room with a grandmother and the room had like three bunkbeds sickbeds twin size and they lived on the top bunk bed of one of the bunk beds and everything the rice cooker. Everything was there. And that's how the extreme poverty and my dad was and so for them. Making money was the was the only thing that was a career. There was no other goal. There was no self actualization to what you love any of that stuff. It wasn't until they actually sort of became middle class that I could even start thinking about that. Most people here lucky enough that you grow up and you think that you can pursue all these things but my mom would tell me stories instead of telling me stories about do something really moral or with convictions. Initiatives that Oh and this billionaire did this and it was all about heroes who are capitalist. And and so you know the professions. They know they're pretty ignorant. Was Like Doctors Engineers Lawyers Accountants and professors. I knew so. That's why actually studied accounting. I yes we'll we'll get to that in a moment you as an accountant you believed when you were growing up that you couldn't seriously pursued drying because that was for people who didn't get good grades yes more about that. Why did get good grades? So that's why you couldn't dry. That's why wouldn't become a pursue art. Yeah that's right but I just didn't know that they were professions for people who drew and so. Yeah with the first person in your family of any generation to go to college and you began your studies at the University of Waterloo in Canada.
"robert c" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
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"robert c" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Com. Yeah if that's what. Got That thing up up there that you showed okay okay. ROCKET DOT COM say. They're the rocket dot com. Okay we will follow up. We'll follow it up on social media. I'm I'm out of cards. This has been vastly entertaining for us to. Wow there's that site you are in a movie called Amazon lost coming up. Yeah I bring it up only because it's written in by my old neighbor from West Hollywood excessively nobler if you dig into Eric's IMDB page. There's all kinds of treasures. You will find someone you know. I'll picture goes. It's like five hundred business at all. Five hundred got questions here. I didn't even ask them from other tech people. People that worked with With Eric on on projects. It's what is it five hundred seventy one credits or something on there. We love all those people. We really love the cruise like Eric like we bond onto every time and then there's rationing Zaidi arlos cannon seventy five. It's impressive and it's a family affair. My daughter caters all the movie allows catering two of them. Two more words Miss Castaway. I'll yeah well with Michael Jackson. Yeah that's all that's all I'll say as arce. It's really funny joyfully about that movie. That guy comes to me about that movie and it's kind of kind of kind the very silly movie and he has no money. Would I plead I say okay. I will do it if I can take a chance. I've always wanted to play a Frenchman. But nobody's going out. Ah Accent says okay. Except as Flynn Jackson the holiday the hugged out move in his accent. Anyway when I watched the movie it was so bad I read the whole thing in American entire movie. You all say is Michael Jackson's accents in it so urge our listeners. To seek it out might be his best work in cinema. It might be. It might be in the whizz and and and now let me say in closing parties family. Show my reach hard on from the Bronx. You guys are a lot of fun. Thanks for coming in Schlepping and playing with us is we loved it. Listeners will eat this up good. He Yeah. And this has been Gilbert Godfrey Jr amazing colossal podcasts with my co whole host. Frank Santo Padre. And I I'll have to eat ELISA. Yes he lives her robin not Elijah Wood Not Elijah and the Star of stop by my Doctor The star. Dr Cecelia Vampire even better Robert. Thank you guys a thrill..
"robert c" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"I have for you guys Eric what's your favorite of elisas performances and and same question the other way well There's performance Elisa gives in you'll be called. Love is a gun where she plays my girlfriend who I mess around dawn with Kelly Preston so she kills me and the oilers. La It's a black comedy. Yeah that's right you don't kill. Oh you do kill Kelly. Yeah and so You gave it away now so so you guys are like you're on the newlywed game. Show really in this movie case. You're the gun love as a gun. Excuse me and That's the same loves of forty-five came out so he said to me. GotTa Change Your title. I said No. 'cause love is a gun we've got to keep the title so I had to fight for the title but I kept it and My wife is brilliant in this. Okay look for that okay. So My fav- of Eric my favorite of Eric is final analysis. Okay I also a not that much seen movie but everybody should see it. It's a I'm writing it down to one hundred thousand played Kim best news husband. He's so good you'll you'll see it's very quotable line uh analysis and loves gun. Yes those are two answers terrific right. And I'm going to urge people to see the Coca Cola kid and it's my party. My party friendly grants right. So what are you guys have to plug. What's coming up? Besides the will to the rocket again right of course. What's what's coming to project Jake was what's coming up? Project wise is. There's a new show called interrogation it. Hasn't it hasn't started promoting yet but it's going to be crazy and it is real complete Real cases that are just mindblowing. John is the is the Executive active producer. Peter SARS guard is in it and each each little like arc is a whole story of a case that will blow your mind. Eric plays an attorney in one of the cases. And it's just incredible incredible so it's called interrogation and when when he plays a guy who's been to a lot of college and wears a suit and stuff. It's very convincing. It's like surprisingly convincing. Unless you're buying the scenes on set and watching him like eat everything on the craft service table and and he's a man after your own heart gail he eats everything on the graph search. Take it home with me. Oh my God. He stuffs it in my purse packing uh-huh and will you be doing another store stalked by Dr. Oh yeah and it's going to be even bigger. Be a one off. You know the five dude of it. Eric you're slacking. I went to IMDB. And I only counted fifty nine credits for you. You in two thousand twenty. Find out the things that are in pre production and cut already completed. I'm not young anymore. Dude it's only we've only only been in this month in this year for fourteen days gender. Stand that's frightening Gilbert and I used to we. We talked about John. Karen's career goal you his IMDB page and looking at the hundreds of credits and you are giving him a run for his money. It's impressive there in nineteen ninety-three. I'm very well my wife says to me if you could do anything everyday realize what would it be Eric. I Shall I be on a movie set every day. She well. That's not gonNA happen then. Two Thousand and three comes. She does something weird happening in the world. Everybody's buying cameras and they're calling for you but all over the world and she says So they aren't as big a budget movies as our Hollywood movies. But everybody's making a movie. I think I have you on the movie set every day of your life that it's amazing acing that you have this kind of energy traveling around the world for these two. Oh my God his were all. He's been everywhere even if you look at the old films. Do you have ever have a day where you just at home watching TV. Her Dad Watches problem child. Yeah Problem John on my ex husband worked on problem child. He drew sign producer. Jimmy okay Eric You weren't even available all day yesterday. He just he he litter. I picked him up at the airport and brought them right to set. That's very very typical and he does miss so much sitting at home watching. TV that he tvos Football Games. And I think in his catching up I think is up to like two thousand six ca as I do the same. Eric I do the same. I'm up to the playoffs but I can't news because they'll blow with. I know they blow them above my and I can't even talk to my friends like I'll talk about getting the city. No I've so the chiefs Texans game on the DVR early. I T vote of Lucia in the first quarter Lincoln. I if he has to go to Kazakhstan for like three hours. And then after that come back here and drive to palm springs and then fly it up Sacramento. He's like okay and he just comes along with the script bag and his and his little fantasizing work ethic. Yeah now I WANNA see if you can if you can answer baseline from from from a movie. Albie Mickey Rock Point About Me Paulie. Did they press you for me. I don't remember okay. They preach bay breaks me hard. uh-huh yawn remember. Listen if Mickey doesn't this doesn't want to do the sequel equal you do it with Gilbert. I would go to the MOYLE. Greenwich village us. Gosh what the moral is. Here's the moment of truth. Boil boy oil. And I know it's not the it's the religious person who does a circumcision. Wow Yeah uh-huh which is another segue back to the rocket if you have it or not. Deroga- will work okay. So do we verify the web. The website is they'll rocket dot.
"robert c" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And said No. He's an asshole mood told him that and he told me and and it was just somebody to be in Maine nuts unfortunate but you learn how to talk and walk all all the effort going when you when you suffer brain trauma it it it it affects all the motor skills and And you after recondition them you have to retrain them. They're like delight muscles. You have to read have after eastern but my theory is Eric was too pretty before he he was he was gonNA have. He was going to be thought of as shallow. You know. It's kind of like the Rob Lowe Syndrome. Nothing against rob but as a casting director robs a really good friend housing's thousands of very good act. Yes but he had to kind of get older for us to realize that Eric was just so perfect and so pretty. You didn't feel that. He suffered or went through anything then when his his face looks more like it got run over by the car that he crashed. It's fascinating that you put a casting director spin on this. I find the find the positives so so him looking a little bit more a little bit more rugged and a little bit more banged up make it more valuable commodity fascinating fascinating. I love that spin. Tell us about. I don't think we've had anybody on the show who work with the Great. Bob Fosse Eric so tell tell us something about about the man. He was a dream. Come true for an actor you could. You could make up a question. He would have legitimate answer he was so prepared and he knew everything from top to bottom out in front to back and He was he was a born leader and he was he was he was really driven out. The GAZOO I got the most personal personal direction I've ever gotten from anybody from him. Seen one day in my underwear with the guitar and I messed up the song and I said cut you. You don't say cut on a Fossey said let your Fossey and he said comer and he walks away from set come air and Oh God so I get up in my underwear and I walk across this. The biggest sound stage at does add so at dillard trump time and walk across the stage in front of the crew. Feeling like an idiot and we get away from your shot of the crew and he said look at me. I said I'm looking at you. Look at me so I look at him. I say what goes. You're playing me if I weren't successful do you understand. Wow and on the way back to the set I watched how he walked and I started basically stay playing him from that moment on so he so he saw something of himself in Snyder in Paul Snyder he just understood. What's Steiner was every man? The problem where he likes stands out is the ultimate crime that murder. That's what that's made him unique. Yeah and and after after star eighty you said people were scared. Her view view walking down the street. Now it was. It was unfortunate because Honestly everybody thought I was that guy and I would see I would see myself get recognized you from from from women walking on the street and they would cross the street literally crosses tree a the credits of your performance. Yeah but but It's it's odd when when when that happens because Hey lady I'm an active on was was that at a tough character to shake. It was awful and not to shake it was it was it was relief to shake but to maintain it was awful. It's not it's not pleasant. I want to ask you about runaway train which I which again is you and you envoy doing terrific work and I just watched it again last night and by the way something I mean that always gets overlooked about about John Performance in that movie and John is over six feet tall. I think he's six one or two he's tall guy and At at the time he I think he weighed one hundred sixty five pounds he can now. How skinny was being that tall? That's all a body suit. He has Azanovic movie. He was a body suit. That whole film no idea. I know nobody knows that is good stuff and he pulls it off man. He looks like a guy who weighs. He's two hundred and forty. Pounds was a challenge to make bucks character likeable because he's the likable one of the two. He and it's an interesting movie because there is no my wife was watching it with me. And she said WHO's the protagonist and I said. Well it's Eric's character buck but he is a he is he is in prison for statutory rape. So you had to do a little manipulating that character. Well here's what happened. I got offered as part and I love the story but my part was kind of a Kind of a tough guy. And I said if he's a tough guy and he's infra statutory rape. He doesn't seem forgivable or acceptable So Oh i. I don't WanNa do that. Because the other guy is not is not is unacceptable. Or forgivable so you can have two guys like that. I said but I can fix that if I can go from talking like this too talking lack yes I can make it okay. I'm in protected Tori. Ripe wake not said she was seventeen. I didn't know you know so it just seems and if it can be harmless that's harmless as it can get I see so and so I asked the director if I could if I could change. Maximum change my my My vocal tone and and being a man with a Russian accent. He didn't even hear accent so he didn't care. Brilliant so I I just I just I just I just Jackson on him and I and I and I and I had him talk like yes so he didn't seem so so awful that he's in protest dettori right. It was just a oops. Yeah based on somebody you knew somebody from Atlanta. Yeah I did I baste him on on the kid with when white. Yeah it's fascinating summating because you do manage to make that character sympathetic. And without that without that that viewpoint character there's you're not emotionally invested in that movie. You got that right pal. Yeah when I when I first read that movie it was three hundred pages long. It was it was it was it was of course ours. I I found that out too. I never knew his started with Kurosawa that movie Gilbert. Oh it's rather APP I must say it's rather operatic especially the last ten or fifteen minutes of that fills good for you. Yeah yeah it. It didn't have that element than all you care about is just how awful it would be to be in a train. That's for sure GonNa Crash and and you know you don't don't you don't you. Don't care about the people who are in you know if it's going to happen. It might happen to them. But you're right. That's a huge element and a really big difference and you know the people the the act. It's an actress piece to Robert Pattinson. We were both in good time. which is this a softy? Brothers movie and starring Robert Pattinson and and the main reason was patents in his such a huge fan of runaway train. That's cool yeah. And that always means a lot when it's a new generation of actors who are the real thing and they look at a piece of work and that they've they let you know that inspired first of all you never know. I mean finding that out. It's so exciting So so that was very cool. That is that must be gratifying. Yeah you're you're supposed to. You're supposed to feel for Rebecca Damore as character but she comes into the movie late so really and voice. It's character either. He's tragic but he's also such a monster that will that all your sympathies. Go over to Buck Derek's character. Yeah that's a little of mice and men too in a way it it is a little bit. Yes Yeah I say there are only ten stories right. They didn't do Beck Uzun character. Justice in that movie That you are you A. US should've felt her the fact that she was a young woman. You didn't get any of that. Yeah Yeah but really really well made film and we have to tell our listeners to to runaway train to fund movie to watch and and what was it like you did a movie with. Tony Curtis any any memories of that. Tony was one of the coolest cats on the planet earth and his toys were endless. Yeah what a painter it really truly. And what a cool guy and the stories were endless and fun and personal and.
"robert c" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Door and I said the director wants me to quit. So we call it the producers and they fired that director and thereby Rosenberg and that's long and short of it while you couldn't have done any better than Stuart Rosenberg who sell hand Luke and pocket. Yeah yeah there's something about that movie watching it the other night and I don't know if this has ever occurred to you guys. I thought there's a little bit of of mice and men going on in this is I am I. Am I wrong. Of course not this. There's there's the the The Guy who who would be on the right track. Yeah carry the load for the other one. Yeah exactly yeah exactly you bring you bring so much to that movie. Personally I mean your performance almost turns it into A. It's a borderline comedy Eh. It's a mob movie but you're you're on one level it's a mob movie it's a heist movie but you're scenes you're the craziness Mozarrella stuff and the prank. You play on the cop you put the Horse Physic- and will that brought so much that movie for me as an actor and also also just as an artist doing it that that that that movie was real wisdom put in meat balls like like light lines like what do you need a new suit for. Charlie got a job to wear it to writing. I it sounds idiotic but it is so Is Oh my God. It's so intelligent. And just that whole movies like that for me. I just love them. It'd be and how was it working with Mickey Rock Way. A Mickey is the most. Aw Selfish actor I ever worked with I and he. He never learned a line of dialogue and it was hard but in the end result what he is is is genius actor and I love McKee personally family and what he is is genius actor. Who knows how do I mean not just pope? I'm in love to the end of my life. Time for performance. He gave him a thing called barfly. The most I've ever seen in my life and You know Mickey is just a genius but but he's really hard to work with because because he's on his own track and he takes no prisoners and so and say you're on your own and And it was. It was very frightening. It was very fun and We we got very bonded. But you cannot trust McGee Roy as a working comrade. Are you ask you. That's that's that's the truth and for years I lied. I would never say that but but you know enough time has passed. I can be honest. No we appreciate the candor. Yeah I'll I get him on here now to see what he has to say. It's only the The the second time I've been asked about it and then I've been honest about him. The chemistry between the two of you guys and I know there was some talk of a sequel. Because the two of you were walking off at the end I presume headed to Miami. Yeah to escape the heat. Yeah but it never materialized. Well no not yet. Let's put it that way. Oh the law and it's been there actually a couple of scraps so I think we just need to focus. I mean Mickey wants to do it. Eric wants to do it. The world seems to want it So weird more time passes the more interested in there is to To make part two island it's weird. It's funny love to see you guys getting into more misadventures late late in life. Also we have something vaguely in common with with each other. And then I start I will. I didn't star but I appeared in three shark. NATO's go in there Angie edged you very proudly appeared in shock the purpose. Then you must say correct. Sorry talk to push Roger Cormon shark to push. Yep Tell us why you did that one. Well you're right. Actor says come a comeback. This new venture Rodrigue Ken. I can't be in winning movies. I'm sorry he goes. What can I do to get you in this movie? I said you can put up my whole family. And all all the friends Gen Ed. Everybody we ever met at that at that and that that beautiful retreat down there while it should maybe for a month he goes. Okay okay but everybody we my My family ever met down there and we had a great months hiatus and I made a bad movie movie. That was that was about a creature. That's half shark and half octopus. It could happen. I I tell us how you guys I met because the story is interesting. It's sort of a meet cute as they say. Yeah it is kind of meet cute you wanted to tell at are should I tell it we tell it differently but go ahead or brothel on an airplane. MGM Grand and I was doing I was working with Travolta Doing chains of gold in New York and in Florida and Eric was I guess flying from New York to La to finish finish. Best of the best and then go to Europe from room and I was passing through JFK on the widow lax. Okay so we just happened to be seated next to each other. As a matter of fact I had my dad's script intersection which was a very different script when it was going to be Bernardo Venier and it wasn't Sharon stone and Richard Gere at the time it was kind of an art film very French French and The very cool story of frozen moment in time in America's reading whatever but as soon as we were seated and I saw it was Eric Roberts. I didn't want to read my script I was like. Oh I don't WanNa talk shop. I'm just now I don't get to read the script. I put it under my seat. Whatever he had a cat on his lap gonNA ask about that? You're not hearing great detail. Can't the cat was named tender. And you know those days. You didn't fly with animals inside the cabin so that was pretty major and little children came by. Can I see the kitty and Eric kind of shared his kitty and I was like yeah gay for sure. I mean I August company. Just relax and you know. And then he was very chatty and so that just confirmed the whole the thing. We did a nice thing because after they used to serve food on planes anybody who doesn't remember that and after they serve the meal just then I had to get up to go to the ladies uh-huh actually to put on some Mascara and And he like held Mike trae and did this whole gentlemanly thing and and he was. He had a big bottle of water water. He was drinking. He was just nothing like he was supposed to be. And and that was that and I. He asked my phone number etched it into his driver's license. Since romantic did pull out our scripts. It turned out because he was friends with Eddie Bunker who was friends with my father. So did it turned out that he was a David. David Rayfield Fan.
"robert c" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Classic Nineteen Eighty Four Buddy movie the pope hope of Greenwich Village. UK does that. Charlie guy slapped by run my Ryan. Little go back. Not like Chum by the shot but Get down like when he and Barry Ratio Ratio and finally yet brain to take your head down. You say good nobody. They keep humble show back by Gilbert intro to career that started back in the nineteen eighteen. Seventy this man has worked with Rod. Steiger he liked while lake. Bob Fossey James Earl Jones. Tony Curtis Produce Christopher Walken Silk. FESTA Stallone Josh Jockey in Phoenix Joaquin Phoenix. We need a phoenix. He Voi- Joe Robert Downey junior and even Michael Jackson as well alive. PODCAST geds Lee Grant Larry Cohen Beverley. D. Ngelo Joe Pantoliano Rick Overton Matthew Broderick and Roger Cormon joining US along with his wife manager and business. snus partner Allies Zhou Rafaqat also as successful casting director and a busy actress in her Own Right is one of our favorite performance and swirling the hardest working man in show business. Eric Lake Roberts thank you thank you thank you. I'll be here all week. I take half a point off Gilbert for calling Elisa. Elijah it happens but other than that. It was good. It was spot on now. I have a question I'm praying this is true. Of course I'm starting off the interview with it just Internet bullshit I'll Albee. I'm going to leave their according to the Internet and other places I've read. There is a connection but tween Dr Martin Luther King and your sister Julia Roberts. The connection is this in nineteen sixty five credit king with Yolanda Ronda and Monte. The third and Dexter and Bunny came to my dad. School and said Credit said my on my daughter wants to be an actor and all our brothers and sisters WanNa do what she does so here we are so From nineteen nineteen sixty five to nineteen seventy three The King Kids were in my dad's school and and one of the biggest productions from my dad's school was What what was the play with Gregory Potanin Yoki Yolanda King everybody called her Yoki What are the place? It's okay I can take the whole show. Good Anyway Yes so That's that's an action we We all we all went to grammar school together in High Selena. We all went back to school together and we all know each other family yerkes funeral. General Cassatt passed away video message. Because you're in you know eastern air. Yes they're wonderful people now. According to the story I heard your mother started to have a baby and that Coretta Scott King King paid the hospital bills. I heard that too. I know nothing about that to tell us that. Ah Your mother IRKS. Mother started to have a baby and Coretta. Scott King paid paid the hospital bills for the delivery of the child. And that child which Julia Roberts though it had been nine hundred sixty we seven then but I'm not aware of that. I think I think Hilbert from a pretty reliable source. Also actually Eric. I want you to be flattered. This is the most research he's done and he found something I didn't find for the rest of the No. Yeah no that's pretty good for the rest of the interview. I'll be going show. I heard you're an actor or something. What do you guys remember member about meeting on Hollywood squares anything? Well what I remember. Yes is eye eric. I don't think you quite understood the Tic Tac toe rules. Because you felt that you weren't getting enough questions questions where you're sitting and you said to me at one point you said next time when some of your questions can you hand them over over the me and I said that's not the way you do tic TAC toe. You don't go. Hey I thought I was being being funny guilty off. I mean it was amazing. People Joan rivers was there. We always had it was it was a great guy but wonder stamps and with celebrities. They're never gonNA explain anything they don't want you to feel bad so we and we'd never don't tell anybody we never really watched the Paul Lynde diversion on the show so he just like walked back there. I remember a couple of times. You Walk into other people's squares and just hanging out. Do you remember that Gilbert. Oh yes expo. The loose Gilbert. I'm Lou mouth now. Can you tell us Eric. What got you into acting acting to make a long story short and painless? I was a kid with a stutter. Who found out when I memorize stuff? I didn't stutter so it was like. Oh a little gift and then became fun and then make him good at it and then became and and then it became what I did and I heard in school at law. You said in school in an interview that when the teacher would ask everyone to say something out of a book you actually would memorize your passage. Because that's the way you'd be able to say right right I would I would. I would count. The people and I would count the stanzas now. It's fine mine in learn it and I would learn them quick and and became good at memorizing stuff and so Acting acting became the logical path the bullies away that way right. Yeah well you know when I inch de everybody laughed. I didn't mean to interrupt Derek. I'm sorry okay. Did you ever work with Austin Pendleton. Because he had a similar story stutterer who went into acting and it helped him in the same way. No I know that story. No we've We've never worked together. But I do know his story. Yeah I've worked with them. I didn't even know that I and didn't even know how to stutter. How he he was once K.? Well obviously he was cast in on my cousin. Vinny worry had to play a stutter. And that scared him because he didn't want to do he wouldn't be able to control it after that. I feel bad for him What was the Little Pioneers Eric? Little Pioneers was Was A was a was a drama on Saturday morning live television the vision in Atlanta Georgia in nineteen sixty three while And that was the snowing ring. That episode never brought up I. I don't think it's ever been brought up in an interview at that. Was the first thing I ever won a critics choice award for and I won for George. Some can local supporting actor award for that and It was it was it was on TV and in my memory. I was brilliant way. It's fair to say you got a taste of it. Yeah the book I got. I got inspired. I was on. I was on what I felt the big time local. TV in Atlanta Georgian d three. Oh my God ah I'd like arrives a little boy of six and a half years old and and you said I think it was after runaway train which.
"robert c" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Thank you for listening to the show president of the Middle East peace plan yesterday I'll be joined later in the program by Robert C. o'brien as national security adviser to discuss that Robert Costa coming up as well this our representative Mike Gallagher we'll talk about it with me I do want to do a little politics look on the impeachment trial everybody stopped talking thank goodness now the senators get that think sixteen hours to ask questions and it goes back and forth Democrat Republican Democrat Republican the leader McConnell the minority leader Schumer decides which one's suppose they go up the given the Chief Justice he read them in the **** see that the president's defense team of the house impeachment manager slash prosecutors what the question is they responded any link they want that goes on for sixteen hours then they break and decide what to do next it could all be over I hope it's all over at that point that's all I can tell yeah that's all anybody knows we don't know what the questions are going to be we don't know if they're going to be interesting god knows this is been going on a long time and I'm sick of it and I think they ought to do so they had to do what Pat simple Loney said yesterday cut number eighteen this is the White House counsel you know what the right answer is in your heart you know what the right answer is for our country you know right with the right answer is for the American people what they're asking you to do is to throw out a successful president on the eve of an election with no basis in in violation of the constitution it would be dangerously change our country and we can we can forever all of our democratic institutions you all know that's not in the interest of the American people why not trust the American people with this decision why tear up their balance why tear up every ballot Ross this country you can't do that you know you can't do that so I ask you to defend our constitution to defend fundamental fairness to defend basic due process rights but most importantly most importantly to respect and defend the sacred right of every American to vote and to choose their president the election is only months away the American people are entitled to choose their president overturning the last selection and massively interfering with the upcoming one would cause serious and lasting damage to the people of the United States and to our great country the Senate I cannot allow this to happen it is time for this to end here and now so we urge the Senate to reject these articles of impeachment for all of the reasons we've given you do you know the mall I don't need to repeat them they repeatedly said over and over again quote from bridge Benjamin Franklin it's a Republic if you can keep it and every time I heard it I said to myself it's a Republic if they let us keep it and I have every confidence every confidence in your wisdom you will do the only thing you can do what you must do what the constitution compels you to do reject these articles of impeachment and I I I look they're going to eventually whether they do it on Saturday or sometime down the road they're going to that is a given I do want to go to something completely I'm not in the news but I think very moving Shaquille o'neal was on TV last night reflecting carefully about the death of Kobe Bryant and it's a it's a very moving thing I just think you out here a cut thirty one we were told we we we took so from rather much of the truth Joe goes all for more for we go to your back from of monsters were removed from shoulder which of the missing some to your total was when.
"robert c" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"What you've done lost and then And you're kind of Chris. Movie just came out of nowhere and I realized that Gee I yeah I mean. I think because Chris is Chris is Chris Makes House movies. I mean like Dunkirk is an art house movie. It's kind of. It's just a big budget. It kind of there's no dialogue. It's kind of I mean it feels almost like an experimental film and oldest movies have same making these kind of adult war movies with these enormous budgets. Connect on this massive global audience. I mean it's just it's career. It's insane but I love his style and stuff and so yeah. I thought I just wanted to work at any point What was it like like to step into his universe as you say the kind of things you do already but with a hundred million dollars behind it or whatever I mean? It's funny because you kind of it's the same it'd be end of the day when you kind of it's it's pretty astounding to see what an enormous and it's fact stress. There's an old stuff going on everywhere then and still just. It's just for the camera. Just kind of little tiny square all of this around you. It's just for one Mondays. I can't say it's really That's Kinda bizarre Very very fun and kind of it's just so nice do stuff with no green screen is all which I just so much fun then some stunts as well. Yeah just a lot of a lot of I've pretty from age stick around to hear more from Robert Pattinson on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast including why he immediately said Yes to taking taking on the iconic role of Batman. Welcome back to the Sunday. Sit Down podcast now. More of my conversation with Robert Pattinson and and then I have to ask you about Batman that came to you and you thought what do you want to be a superhero. I'm always funny thing. That must not super well. Forgive me how do we classically it. It doesn't count. You need to have magical powers. Hey good start the Cape is then. Yeah I gave you that one. What did you think when I heard that offer the immediate? Yes yeah kind of I love. I love the kind of history of every iteration of how it's been played. I love Since the very very special and I think it's been very Catholic What's the was I feel? I feel like everyone's really off to the carries over its history and the kind of there's a lot of reverence for you can really feel the studio and It's a very communist. Just newcomb this. You can't say no I always wanted to. I really wanted to say yes. And what do you do as an actor to get ready for a part like that. That's quite different from the lighthouse. For example he's a physical aspect to it or the things that you need to do to get ready differently Yeah let's take a few few little things but I I mean it's cool. I think I think my kids direction for I'm like I'm some very very kind of either get to get started on. That kind of a lot of expectation. Is there any any consideration your mind when you get an offer like that of Okay Kinda here we go again. I'm going to be up on billboards and my face and my life and everything else will be back out there because you've done such a good job recently and keeping a relatively low profile compared to the twilight years do you think about that. I mean just things like is is impossible to kind of be. That will happen to tie. It was just sort of just so sudden I am at now. I'm kind of. I'm hoping it won't be people hanging out some place. I'm just thinking I'm kind of boring old now. It's fine valley ever go anyway. I think you're right though when you say the instagram age. It's less interesting to get a photograph of you. Taking out your garbage is right. That's it kind of the one benefit having a very centric culture and I've kind of thrown in the Middle aged heap ready now. They've swiped to the enough this well. Congratulations it isn't extraordinary. Film Talk Day. Thank you well there. You have it Maggie. He's entered middle aged. I'm not sure with that makes sylvie you and me if he's middle aged we're ready for not that far away from thirty three so if that's middle-age I'm a little worried we're sylvie and at the end of the road take a great conversation with Robert Pattinson Super Interesting Guy who even though he is. Only thirty three has lived a lot of Hollywood life. He's seen a lot fun to talk with his new movie. The Lighthouse is in theaters. Now my thanks as always all of you for tuning in this week. Thank you Maggie. Thank you sylvie. If you want to hear more of the full length conversations -tations with my guests every week be sure to click subscribe so you never miss an episode. And don't forget to tune in Sunday today every weekend on NBC. I'm Willie guys. We'll see you right back here next week on Sunday sit-down potty..
"robert c" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Data images drive here the cross a Robert C. bird drive the robbers C. Appalachian highway the Robert C. library learning to the Robert C. Byrd clinic the Robert C. federal building in Charleston and on and on and off the lady's element course is more than the name we're not going to forget it is courage he died like he lived he died like he lived his life he never stopped fighting so I guess that means that I can have to change any of those names on the buildings and the bridges and the statute I guess you know the statue of Robert Byrd apparently just Robert E. Lee and Thomas Jefferson and George Washington all those statues have to go but Robert Byrd is is a okay I guess with the data Robert Byrd Robert Byrd was being literally carried on to the floor of the Senate so we can cast votes when he was too old and sick to be able to walk on to the floor of the Senate not that many years ago some of our listeners might be are younger might not my my my I think we're talking about you know to kind of post civil war history but I mean you know Robert Byrd was a rod until just a few years ago in a lie and eyes and respected member of the demo and he was he was a complex plan what was the militant arm of the Democratic Party in the south for many it was the it was the end T. five of the nineteenth century you might say and it turns out that and it turns out the shooter in Dayton was a you know the New York Post is saying today that the you know he may have been the first mass murderer to come out of anti for here I had all these social media postings talking about how great and people was and how great that Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders were but yet but you know Bernice this is the second mass shooter at you know that the it Bernie Sanders has been connected with first it was the Hodgkinson who shot up the congressional based Republican congressional baseball practice a couple years ago now there's this guy and yet you know nobody said nobody's calling up Bernie a a fascist or a a totalitarian are they well they should be I mean that's a source close all about of course is is to tell it here it is I'm you know that the government has all the power you have now and that's the definition of of socialism but you're absolutely right I mean this guy is this guy in Dayton was was was a left us to praise Sanders and Warren and T. for somewhat ironically he was a strong advocate for gun control yeah and yeah and you know where's where's that in the news Bernie supporters today my producer Justin for me were shouting mosque where they were chanting Moscow Mitch at the Bernese rally today and he any technique right why me why would Bernie have a problem with that he went on his honeymoon to Moscow power to the old man I never I'm student another side of Mitchell I like coke more logic to it is there a story that I missed I mean Moscow Mitch what the heck are they talking about this is your member when we were kids the Superman comic some of them had the backstory was the Bizarro world everything was turned upside down this is a life is already right out of the comic book into the streets Sarah Democrats of a pro Russian for all these years all of this all my gosh there so there wasn't picked up slightly get but the joined us in opposing rush at the talent Terry does them oh my goodness they it's just and it just gets keeps getting worse what's the latest on the Ohio no more before we let you go you're you're in you're in route it's kind of taken to the tabloids the Daily Mail is on the case and one of the interesting thing is that you could say a lot about this I'll just make one point and that is that the local press as he has gone to ground they are maintaining radio silence and if you want understand what's going on they'll handle Mar was got a new boyfriend who apparently has abandoned her husband and children it you know and and and the boyfriend is a is a fundraising consultant to whom her campaign paid two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for consulting in travel expenses and he invited by you will see nothing about this in the local newspapers and you got a **** at the Daily Mail to see what's going on is that a is not the first time that the Daily Mail or one of the fleet street that newspapers as at the Kerry the ball on Americans political stories especially after the lobby after the British newspapers to find out what's going on in the US kinda kind of pitiful but anyway she's is she going to have a a she is there a chance of knocking her out next year in the in the the twenty twenty election I think yeah I think it depends how I I mean I think you're for legal problems multiply there might be in she gets knocked out it's going to have to be in the democratic primary and so I think I think a lot of people are waiting to see what how many more she was dropped and and I know there are some people that would like to run I I candidate against her in the democratic primary but by how that plays out at this point we just can't say racists are lining up to take out this war refugee woman who's just trying to say Howard.
"robert c" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is John Robert C. is John Roberts can John Roberts the decision was well of course you can ask the question but that's the way you went about putting the question on that's just that's not gonna work so no you can't put the question crazy ridiculous walked in all of the hell's it doesn't make any sense at all it's so real and then some so William Barr he is the Attorney General and William Barr looked at this and he said wait a second wind sound I don't think this is such a hard thing to to put to put together I think it's a it's a very very possible very possible that we could figure out a way to get this to be out of the question to be on the census and that's been followed up by a conversation the president trump is going to use an executive order to get it done Tony Katz Tony Katz today eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine I have no idea from what I know they've already started printing the census without the question so how in the world today now ask the question I guess they could print more copies don't get me wrong but it seems like you Sir is he's gonna take executive action executive order to have the question put on will there be a legal challenge of course there will be a legal challenge as a legal check if the name Donald Trump is involved there's going to be a legal challenge the question is our debt what does the executive order say I I'm curious to see if this is not an argument I'm not saying he doesn't have the right to do it I want to understand how it can possibly flow because going back to the first the idea that the question can be asked is so radically hysterical and the objection to it such insane hysteria I actually have exclusive audio of the people opposed to this to the citizenship question being asked on on the census is ridiculous people these are nonsense people these these are the fool hearty gave their deletes the the intellectuals are not intellectuals they are opposed to the basic concept opposed to the basic concept of you ask your question so as a citizen is a standard there's nothing even special or unique about it it's boring as soon engine to object to it is to object to the idea that you even think there should be such a thing a citizenship always remember that all these things are part of this open borders conversation to which they cannot deny they cannot deny that the that it is at least for the political left and an open borders party this is a what do they believe in the idea that you can ask about citizenship is as as racist or bigoted is only further proof that the less they know the better no one in the history of mankind ever said you know the less information we have the better off we are the less information we have the better off we are no one also has to answer the question as far as I know you don't have to answer the question it meaning that if they don't want to fill it out then on to fill it out the man I thought the whole senses so now you get into where the part two of this is the reason they're claiming that it's racist is because they don't want it on three ask they don't want to be asked so that way more people fill out the census so there isn't a changing in the district that's what it's all about it's about power and control never mind that they're open borders zealots far too many I would say the entirety of the party others say far too many certainly those in leadership but they don't want to have a a lower county in certain districts where they may lose representation they don't care if someone is in the country legally or not they don't care if someone is an actual citizen they don't care if the law is broken as long as they have power that's what they're telling you as clear as day as loud as they head our first the nation's second I am so much to get to we're scheduled to talk to hope sack of military dot com what happened with this tanker in the Persian Gulf how did the British well almost fight it off and what does this say about the navy going forward not only for the U. K. but for the U. S. and for the globe that's all coming up on.
"robert c" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Robert, C Byrd hilltop, office complex, Robert C. Byrd industrial park community center. Twice. Robert C. Byrd rooms, Robert C. Byrd United States courthouse in federal building, Robert C. Byrd United States federal building in Charleston, United's, Robert seabird federal Correctional Institute. Robert C Byrd clinic. Robert C Byrd clinical edition of veterans hospital. Robert C Byrd addition to the lodge at Ogle bay park. Robert C Byrd conference center. Robert C Byrd visitor center. I'm not even on the third page yet joining here quote from Robert C Byrd about his contributions to West Virginia. Please. West Virginia has always had four friends. God almighty, Sears, Roebuck Carter's liver, pills and Robert C Byrd. From them. Now, I have Carter's liver pills. What the heck are those Carter's inorganic compound that is used as a stimulant laxative drug. Oh my God. On the coal to produce a bowel movement town. Are you kidding, dude? Just dude you'll have to win out which one the Robert C Byrd whites-only water fountain. Oh. That one that's on the many, Robert C Byrd, high ways that are exist. Do you see the inconsistencies here, we're dealing with the second thing that I wanted to talk about today. Blau the magic mushroom Bill in Denver. You know, I am a libertarian going back to my earlier conversation about consistency. There are a lot of libertarians who believe that all drugs should be legalized and and made available through channels that are reputable and would provide some measure of accountability and tax income from these drugs. I am not one of those people and I put marijuana in a different class than a lot of other drugs. I know a lot of people don't, and if you don't that's okay, I don't wanna have that conversation right now. But now there's a Bill to legalize the private consumption a magic mushrooms or Silla Sivan in the Denver metro, and I don't live in the Denver metro so not going to get to vote on this. But if you do live in the Denver metro, I just want you to think about it from this perspective is this what you want Denver to be. Do you want Denver to be Amsterdam of of the United States? Do you want our reputation around the world to be the place where you can go and get high and do drugs and go to a safe injection site and take your mushrooms and nobody's going to bust your hustle, and you're going to be okay because I don't and I feel really strongly about this. I've traveled to places with very loose drug laws. I've traveled to Amsterdam. And as interesting as it is to be a tourist in something so foreign and crazy, and I don't mean foreign country. I mean, just everything about Amsterdam was very foreign to me from the red light district where there women's selling themselves in storefront windows. I it was it was very discombobulating to me the the entire situation. Now, it might be to you. But is that what we want Denver to be because all tell you as a former flight attendant? You don't bring in the best tourists when you're that. You don't bring in people who wanna come and spend a crapload of money into your economy. Doing amazing things you bring in the dregs of society who want to come here and do drugs and we saw some of that when we legalize marijuana. And we saw some of that with our exploding homeless population, which I think is tied to the legalization of marijuana. We're not bringing the best and the brightest. When we set ourselves up as the place, people can go and get high and not be bothered or the place. People can go and shoot heroin with the help of a nurse or the person somebody can come trip there. You know, what's off and not get bothered by the cops. Whether or not I this is where I struggle with my libertarianism because that's a very Nimby attitude, but I really want people who live in Denver to think about is this what you want to be known for. Because I don't want to be known for that. I don't want to live in a place that's known for that. I don't wanna see more dregs of society come here to live on our streets. And if that sounds harsh sorry, but that's what they are people who would move to another city simply so they could get high unfettered are the dregs of society. And if you're one of those people listening sorry, but yeah. I'm not talking about somebody who comes here with a job who happens to smoke pot. I'm talking about people who come here with no plan, no job, and no money and planned to just lay around and sit around Civic Center park and do mushrooms. Because I think we all know how that you know, you can smoke pot on your own private properties working out walk downtown on a Friday or Saturday night. How walk downtown any night the sixteenth street mall. Those people smoking pot in their house. I don't know. I just I really just want to say don't do this, especially if you've never been anywhere that does have more lax drug laws. Don't do it. You do not want to be like them. And that's not me being an old fuddy duddy. That's me wanting to be able to walk down the street with my kid and not worry, you know. There. We're going to see somebody shooting up in their neck or something like that. Brian has something about Carter's liver pills, which we now know are the ultimate West Virginia. Yeah. Hey, yeah. And you know, I could talk about all that other stuff. But haven't you ever heard that saying? You got more blank. Carter tails, you've never had. I've never heard that. I mean that you know in the sixties and seventies, you know, 'cause they're quarters liver pill by about but anyway. Good at the jeopardy game. Then I would have thought, you know. Saying you don't have a good memory. I have a terrible memory for things that I need to remember. Except for stupid useless trivia, Brian trust me on this. Great. Yeah. I appreciate that. And no, I've never heard that. But but Dave has Dave's heard it have you ever heard? You got more blank than Carter's liver pills got more. You know what I mean? More poop, then Carter's has pills. See I'm not the only one sorry. Yeah. Bad of you. Oh, yeah. I bet. Hang on, Eric. I have to let you go because I gotta make room for the Michael Blake contest coming up next. And I don't have time to chat online. I have to just call and call and call just busy them all so don't try and call yet when we get back. Somebody is going to win a chance to go to see Michael Boublil with the show. I'm very excited. Coming up next. They're all busy right now. Wait till we dated call. Susan Witkin, what's coming up in your news. The new busiest airport in the country and nursing Idaho is about to plead guilty possibly could be pleading guilty to the. Yeah. This story about this missing woman from woodland park is just crazy, and we're going to get a little bit of a preview of the president's state of the union address all here at three thirty on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one.
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"Right now fifty four right now. This report is sponsored by oh, indeed dot com engages with three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions than short review of communicate with Kansas for an online dashboard. Learn more than D dot com slash higher day three thirty KOA. Newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Can we NewsRadio time pre seventeen? I gotta think Instagram forgetting me this information. I just want to review the list of things named after Robert C Byrd, are you ready? This is probably gonna take the bottom of the hour. Dave's to just get ready for the just remind me to go to break. If I if I go on too long. The Robert C Byrd academic technology center Marshall university in Huntington, Robert C Byrd academic technology center. Marchington Marshall university in south Charleston. Robert C Byrd auditorium. Robert C. Byrd biotech science center. Robert C Byrd cancer, research, laboratory laboratory, Robert C Byrd center for legislative studies. Robert C Byrd for pharmacy education. Robert C. Byrd for rural health, Robert C. Byrd clinical teaching center. Robert C Byrd green Bank telescope, Robert C, Byrd hardwood technology center. Rod, Robert seabird, health and wellness center. Robert C Byrd health sciences center. Well, Robert C Byrd health sciences center. Charleston. Robert Siebert high school Robert C Byrd institute for advancing flexible manufacturing, Robert C Byrd, Charleston, manufacturing technology center. Robert C Byrd Genting ten manufacturing technologies at Robert C. Byrd rocket center manufacturing technology, wherever seabird institute. For composite said, he's technology and training center. Robert C Byrd library, Robert C, Byrd library and Robert C Byrd learning resource center. Robert C Byrd lifelong learning center, east Virginia community, college, Robert C. Byrd lifelong learning center Westford. Kenya university. Robert C Byrd metals. Fabrication Senator Robert C Byrd national aerospace, enter education center, Robert C, Byrd, national technology transfer center. Robert C Byrd regional training institute. Robert C Byrd science and technology center wherever zebra technologies that are Robert Byrd techno technical center..