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"rumney" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"rumney" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"So what brought you to australia them. While the professional out through a technology. Hours like larry networking and they They had to run an advocate. Can you believe this. I rounded vote in every state in australia to see if somebody do. My job of my job was selling local area network. And nobody australia could do it. And this is nineteen ninety seven now every kid. Every kid in australia doesn't go so that was that was. That was the technical reason. The real reason is. I was running away from my analogy. Alvin problem was the whole thing and so there is a true laid out. Okay so i guess that leads us kind of nicely into the the reason that we're talking to you today so just a bit backstory. You'll currently in Believe five books is that right. Yeah at least five. Publish free and correct me. If i'm wrong. Writing has always been a passion of yours but it's not necessarily been something that's been nut chewed old. While by the people. The a job was to take care of you into nut. She in that way. Is that right. Now it's it's almost the opposite that when i was very young five years school and i couldn't read and write like everybody else and the teaches both the claimed that i was in fact being lazy and eventually being lazy and stupid and i told my parents than i was being lazy lazy to read and write and my parents because of the night midnight shit took that on board and they didn't push back and say well hold on. Now what do you mean. They just said that'd be lazy distribute. It became a real problem for me. but defined my life. So you ask. The question is rising away. been my passionate fans. I didn't write anything nothing. I didn't write a postcard. I didn't ride a love letter. I didn't. I didn't write business letters. I always to shame people seeing my Misspelling my inability to really properly rise. And i was too ashamed. Actually so i actually spent most of my life citing and avoiding rising. But i didn't realize it until later in life and i was actually going to break clever things to avoid writing but i was always shouting but i was doing because i out lazy and stupid so that the answer is I think i would've had passion for rioting. But i it didn't it didn't come out until much later and i guess we're going to howick timeout out it like the school times you essentially because they're surrounding you believe them in a way or even if you didn't believe them you protect yourself and went. Well if that's what i am and that's what everyone is telling me most important adults in my life some of this may be true or at least i'm going to have to pretend while i try. I mean you know as a kid. It's like In the frame of reference for child is it your your. You're told if you go outside without a coat on it's cold you're gonna get cold least call and if you put your hand in the fire it's gonna burn any bugs and if you say well. Marietta is needed news vice advice when they turn around. It's like we're your license. Why would i question that. When i know that putting my hand in the fire so as a kid i just hope you don't boo. I absolutely believe august. Tell and and that sort of define do. I was my adult life. That plows saba issues. Should i just expand combat together through question out so the okay. I was talking about this the other day with with a friend. Aqap of memory. That cangemi i with my parents were My followers that he had ptsd he was in charitable mental state. From you know you're not us to shell show but now we know is a major mental disorder my momma said psychopaths so neither of them could love and lay. Didn't bake it see the world in black and white by bayshore as this is. This is who we are. This is how bait. And i was kind of I was doomed in the womb because A memory that my mother was talking about. But while i was in the womb. They went to see a movie in nineteen fifty. Four or five. I guess and it was doctorates see and the the league action was done by gaudin. It his name was doctor signs barrett so they call me simon because of that movie and decided that i would be adopted. An enam mine. That was that was needed tonight. That was that was a good. So i would. I filed them from the get go. Because i couldn't read right therefore i couldn't become a doctor there for them and that was how a school that was thinking. My father was a my father was a guy that said wagging plus guy who can his brothers As a kind of cabinet maker and then after the war get good for the country and and might a good living and they determine that i and my brother would go to public school But we couldn't. Neither of us could Posh the engines exam so again we let them down. It was so rather than As i think we do now we catch today help. We will being punished in fact my brother by this is a hell of amendment. I think about my brother who's older than me he he. They wanted him to get into public. School had to them so let employees to choose a private to and they allowed him to chain my brother to try and force him to love enough to cause the people they were I mentioned this my mellow few years ago. And she said yes what. I wouldn't let them do it to you. So so so vicious People so i had that combination of no love i had let them down terribly and very lavish for statement so that was my trying to foundation for life. And that's that's really bad is what shut me out for my filing it takes a long time to get out of past knowledge. He doesn't it because that you'll formative years while it exactly defined it rather than defined name. My brother has my mother's dna. I have my father and my father was.

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US Senate acquits Trump of impeachment charges.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:05 min | 2 years ago

US Senate acquits Trump of impeachment charges.

"President Donald Trump was acquitted last night in the US Senate bringing to a close only the third presidential trial in American history with votes that split blitz country tested civic norms and fed the tumultous twenty twenty race for the White House with conservative chief. Justice John Roberts. preciding siding sentences sworn to impartial. Justice stood at their desks to state their votes for the roll. Call guilty or not guilty in a swift tally. Almost exclusively along party lines. What started as trump's request for Ukraine to do us a favor spun into a far reaching twenty eight thousand page report compiled by House investigators accusing an American president of engaging in shadow diplomacy the threatened? US Foreign Relations for personal and political gain trump's political campaign tweeted videos statements and a cartoon Auto Tune Don's celebrating that he was vindicated however the Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said there will always be a giant Asterix next to the president's acquittal because of the Senate quick trial and the Republicans unprecedented rejection of witnesses foreign impeachment only one Republican and Mitt Romney of Utah. The party's defeated two thousand. Twelve presidential nominee broke with the GOP. rumney choked up as he said he drew on his faith and oath before God to vote guilty on the first charge abuse of power he voted to acquit. On the second most Democrats though echoed the house manages warnings that trump if left unchecked would continue to abuse the power of his office for personal political gain and to try to achieve again ahead of the twenty twenty election. Questions from the Ukraine matter continued to swell house. Democrats may yet summon former national security the adviser John Bolton to testify about revelations from his forthcoming book offer a fresh account

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"rumney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Ever witnessed. And I don't think too many people thought Bernie wants teachers to make a minimum wage that you and I would love to have as well and Rumney didn't or couldn't. We'll get into some of that. But right now, more pressing news as we have a bit of a an early morning problem here in town. Let's check in with our buddy, Chuck Whitaker. Hey. Morning, but he didn't get a chance to breathe this morning. No well. And the air is full of smoke. Apparently, yes. The tractor trailer fire is out, but it is closing. Eight ninety five at least right now both north and southbound just saw what I thought was the tractor trailer itself being moved out of the roadway. But that being said eight ninety five is closed northbound at the toll plaza, southbound is blocked it appears to be right around the Lombard street ramp area. So you'll get the signs you'll see them way ahead of coming into the area. But you just want to stay away right now. Ninety five is the preferred option right now. But the key bridge is also available as a detour route the complete closure on 895 both north and southbound the tractor trailer, five rather wait was at the north end of the tunnel and appeared to be on the southbound side. But if that because it was so much involved, they had to close the northbound lanes as well so far, the detours, okay? We know that will change everybody else appears to be in good shape, the Annapolis run the trip to the capital. Beltway, and the early ride on the beltway locally, all in good shape with traffic and weather, first, I'll talk radio six eighty WC being. Thank you. Chuck five fifteen on the Monday morning warm again today,.

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"rumney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The bucked off his horse out of the gate and nine was part of my, my trifecta wager and a couple other wagers. So I didn't do too well on, on Saturday. I don't know if you put away. No, I did put a wager out. In fact, I didn't have a horse in that race. I always you have to watch it without rooting for any particular horse, and, and once again, when Velasquez was booted off his horse, Bodey express. I said, oh, here we go, again, you know, another Preakness last year. You can just about see the race because of the dense fog. And then in the past we had, we had a guy years ago that ran out on the track as the horses were headed down to toward the home stretch. And it's a it's a wonder you know all the worst has had a rear all, you know, to little after the righteous to avoid hitting the guy and maybe killing him. That was years ago there was a dramatic. Finish of the Philly genuine risk and codex. And that was that was in there, we're enquiries there because they're the owners of genuine risk of Philly were complaining that codex had bumped her out of the race or out of contention and as a result, genuine risk loss, but they Stewart's uphill the victory by codex. Always something over regarding the Preakness. And of course, you know, we had the, the plumbing problems just leading up to the Preakness where some of the bathrooms Pimlico were shut down on Preakness day because of the water pressure problems and the overflow, the toilets and all that stuff. And then the sixty seven hundred grandstand seats that were closed down because of deteriorating conditions so, you know, there's always something going on at Pimlico when Preakness day I watched it on. On NBC and they, they didn't focus on too much of the problem. So as you wouldn't expect them to came up pretty smoothing war of will was the winner that favorite improbable finish than six so not nothing too special. I do wanna get into a couple of things today. Are you or are you not a game of thrones fan or watcher? No, having them watch one single second of it. I knew I loved you. I knew I love you for a reason. I am not a game of thrones guy. I, I would just like to officially say the talkradio six eighty WCBS is opening our arms, and welcoming all of you game of thrones fans back to reality, and to sanity all this forgiven. You can come home now. We don't need to hear about flying dragons, or some iron thrown or something. We forgive you in fact, like I don't even know what the series is about. I know there were dragons flying, and there was somebody named the Khalidi that my friends were all upset with mostly because she was naked on TV all the time. And I said, okay. Yeah I get it now. Now, I know how they got you locked in the naked truth comes out. Yeah. Literally all of it. So that was a busy weekend. I have on my punch list of things today. Frank will obviously update on Iran. And what the president said, fightings relaunch, which had one of the funniest moments I've ever witnessed. And I don't think too many people thought Bernie wants teachers to make a minimum wage that you and I would love to have as well and Rumney didn't or couldn't. We'll get into some of that. But right now, more pressing news as we have a bit of.

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"rumney" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

14:46 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"And he's latest book is ultimate the rise of the radical right in the age of Trump. Welcome to background briefing. David, thanks for having me back. Thank you, David, and this shoot in that shut up the synagogue in powei just outside of San Diego. It looks as massively assault rifle jammed any was unable to kill one person in wound three and finally the rabbi had literally tried to confront him. And I guess he tried to use these hand to push the gun away and has his fingers shot off. So we. Don't know the full details of the horror that took place. But it does seem to have not obviously it has not been as terrible as what happened in Pittsburgh. And of course, it happened on exactly six months to the day after the Pittsburgh attacked and in the manifesto. That was posted online pantley by this shoot. A not in your old has otherwise fairly ordinary American background father was a schoolteacher. He went to Presbyterian church, and then they etc. He did post a manifesto that referenced the Pittsburgh shooting. And also the Musk's in New Zealand and also he took credit for burning a trying to earn a mosque nearby Escondido. But the thing that stands out is that he's he's blaming the Jews immigration, which is exactly what the shoot in. Pittsburgh did. So where's that coming from? Donald trump. I mean, seriously doll Trump tweeted, no less than quite a year ago that George Searle's was responsible for the care of coming to the border that this is being financed by sorrows. So yeah, no, it's fine. Right. From the very top coming from south coming from Fox News. Obviously coming from, you know, all conspiracy theorists out there that are made us pushing, you know, nativist nonsense. And yeah. It's really troubling. Well, but in the manifest this the the ride identifies himself as Christian of European descent, and he's he says, he doesn't have any political labels. But he. His it's full of these far right accusations that the Jews trying to destroy the white rice immigration of non whites. So that I mean, I know that Trump is stirring the pot, but there's this sort of delusion out there. Amongst the the what nationalist in the United States. And in Europe that there's a what genocide underway? Explain that if you will because it's obviously a delusion. But it's it's serious enough to have people killed. That's what bothers the hell outta mean. Well, sure, no, well, we're awash in really floodtide of conspiracy theories right now. And without question, the ones that are really funding. Most of the, you know, the violent or white nationalist one. And the most popular one is the one that that in fact, the palatial site, the cultural Marxism conspiracy theory, also cited by the Christ Church shooter also cited by unders drive off of all of these other violent mass shooters all believe that theory and can talk that by by nationals in the nineteen nineties, call cultural Marxism, and it's basically protocols seven elders Lee wired for twentieth century if telling people that all all Jews has been conspiring to inflame and destroy. Western civilization, and that they are succeeding in doing it by promoting all of these, you know, the post modernism, and what they call the degradation of standards. And it's really that's that's what they've been telling people, and these young men in particular are attracted to that. Because it they go out and recruit and to believe it. Well, but in the current context where the Republican party is using the specter of Marxism, and and and basically trying to paint Alexandria. 'cause he cooked has sort of the read menace that about to destroy American capitalism. She's not Jewish and how does that fit in? Because there's no question. I mean, I I'm not blaming the Republican party for what happened in synagogue in powei. But I I have a feeling that if cultural Maximus the trope then they've got their fingerprints on that one too. Sure has cocoa Martha's, and you know, that particular trip shows up on Fox News. I've got a clip of. Well, former talk show host. Check wasn't very repeating it. And it's also. I mean it. It shows not just news, obviously, it's a major trophy that shows up on Breitbart news, it shows up on all these various writing sites that shows up you here. Rush Limbaugh reference it now you hear all of these writing dockers. And. Just spread right into the mainstream. And this is the problem. This is really the problem is that the Republican party has allowed this extremism to seep into and not just tape in that actually taking over. And so, yeah, I don't know that we can blame the Republican party for this. But the Republican party have fingers in the they they share certainly culpability for the spread of anti semitism. Spread of the alright because they have not only not only do they buy an and repeat their stuff in sort of fashion. But then they differently deny and attack. Anyone who calls this stuff out? You know, if you if you attack defect. It's, you know, call we're being. In, you know, deluge with various forms of domestic terrorism and hate crimes right now that are all really because people feel they've been permission to give that to act this way by dollop front, if you know when we call it when you call that out your attack Nestle, but the reality is that what's actually happening. And again, I'm speaking with David worse than winning journalist and expert on American rightwing extremism is books include the elimination. How hate talk radicalized American, and he's latest book is Alta Marica the rise of the radical right in the age of Trump. Well, because one of the more respectable people who has been writing in the New York Times is Barry Weiss, and she's done these glowing preface all right intellectuals. That's not too generous attempt for the Stephen Bannon's of the world. In a she's also been calling critics of Israel. And he Semites what you know. This is another part of it that I find hot understand why these young white people take up salt rifles, obviously have easy access to them as killing people in mosques and synagogues, you know. You'd have to be really, you know, rip van winkle not to notice that Donald Trump and Netanyahu best buddies. I mean, I was going to name a town on the goal in heights after settlement after Donald Trump. So whereas this I did they loved Trump. But they they they're anti Semites. And they notice that Trump loves the prime minister of Israel. And isn't that the home of the Jews? I mean. Yeah, they they overlooked at it like that they they make exceptions for Trump for various things because they it's just like when it comes out and mumbles a few words. Well, I know. The provinces they actually laugh at that stuff because they see it as they don't think it seriously. They think he's just saying what he has to say to maintain its political legitimacy narrowly. They they actually don't object strenuously yawn in part because Netanyahu is very clearly part of this larger flood of writing carrying on. He's very clearly writing in. So and the. I mean, really this is what we're talking about your of all these Trump Trump himself talked about and what he is doing promoting in Europe. With the right parties. It's all about right wing. Audience in various shapes and forms, and that is what we're that is really the largest element that we're having to deal with now. And people who believe in liberal democracy. You know, they wake up and understand that democracy. Doesn't just naturally reproduce itself. Can't come under attack from afar, Terry, and your jeans and belief system, and we are very much under attack right now. Well, Abacha made the remarks while back about Trump and Charlottesville. You know, what's difficult about saying that not he's a bad people? But Trump clearly do that and drizzly Jeb Baden in announcing his presidential run brought up Charlottesville, and that sort of baited Trump into. You know, picking the scab on that wound. And he talked about China's because he lied as he does nine thousand plus times allied saying that that was really the comment about good people will find people on both sides was to do with the statue of Rumney Lee, which because it was when back. Right. The Friday night rally was actually had not anywhere near the least two was around Satcher Thomas Jefferson university of Virginia campus, and the guy to organize that Richard censor out that this March tonight, the Tiki torch March was about taking beyond the monuments. So yeah, that's a flat out lie. And everyone of those thousand guys are so he tortures everything. A lot of them was like national every single bell came with torches because Richard Spencer told them to. Well, I wanted to. I mean, I know that Trump he's not doing anything about the Russians in fearing elections. And that's one of the reasons why find the homeland security woman because she wanted to do something. And he doesn't want to do anything about it. Many doesn't want to even say anything about the Nazis and the Neo Nazis in the white nationalist he jumps through hoops to avoid criticizing them. And we know that because of he's intimidated the law enforcement people and by the way in the rally he had on Saturday in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Up against the what has caused understand which he's the White House, and what has stuff by cutting? He talked about the FBI and the partner Justice people he doesn't like scum. So he's attacking out law enforcement. And my understanding is that they the FBI is just not looking at the nationalists who go and shoot up synagogues. And and we'll probably do more. Is that your understanding since she study the all right? Well, actually, I I. Yes. The I awfully good job. Staying on top of this all they done is for most of the three arrest. In fact, all of them some of these characters, including you know, this guy. For happened in Baltimore all three men in Kansas reporting to track ball. Refugee settlement. But. And the probably really is the. Chess. Adequately anymore. And also the fact that that we really limited to just the FBI handling it. And then yeah, I actually do.

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"rumney" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:40 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"He has the dream of a brokered convention sodas crazy Otis John casick, John casick, always looks like he's perpetually drunk. He does he looks like a lush. She looks like a guy that just went on a drunken stupor. And you know, now, it's the morning time. He's got stinky whisky breath, and you know, his hairs always messed up. It's like, you know, when you take an app. Could be fully dressed her hair done. Really nice and go take a nap. Just jump on the bed real quick, take a little nap and you wake up and half of your hairs flat kind of messed up. That's case. It always has what I call nap here. No question about it. Mitt Romney's mouthy Naw friends. Because he wants to be the president of the United States Senator Rumney. It was easy for you to win in Utah the hypocrisy. He moves to Utah hated Salt Lake, but he moves there to win and he did. And now all of a sudden he comes out, and he says, I'm sick and. By Trump's behavior in the Miller report, you know, mitt you're kind of deep state guy to you always go where it's politically convenient. Because you're an opportunist. You are there's no doubt about it. You are an opportunist. We don't want you as the president of the United States. We had to well, basically deal with you when you were running, but we really didn't want you. We didn't want you to Welby the nominee. But we didn't want a second term of Obama. So we basically had to deal with you and your psychic the boy wonder Paul Ryan. I mean, isn't it kind of like, the Batman and Robin no produce they really are if you really look at let's rewind back to two thousand twelve and you look at Mitt Romney, then governor Romney and you look at Paul Ryan. Ryan. And you look at both of them doesn't it kinda remind you that it's Bruce Wayne and dick ward. I mean, right. Grayson. I mean, doesn't it. I mean, look if you look at them Paul Ryan, dick, Grayson mitt Romney's, Bruce, Wayne, I mean, you know, come up the really not that minute, Robin. Obviously, they don't have the strength. But nevertheless, we were willing to deal with Senator to left Republicans because we just needed to get the hell out of there. But you couldn't even win against him. But yet here you are screaming that the well Mullah report and the behavior by the president just sickens you met just be content being a Senator in Utah and leave the federal big boy politics to the big boys. I mean seriously. I mean, you've got everybody got people screaming impeachment. You've got Kamala Harris now saying definitely a conversation to be had on impeaching president. He'll Mela come on stop it. Just stop it. Please for God's sakes. It's embarrassing already. And of course, Mad Max almost flipping her wig back has now said that a failure to impeach Trump will impair role our nation. That now more than ever that that we're setting a dangerous precedent friends. Do you think we're sending a dangerous precedent? Do you really think that we need to jump on this impeachment baloney? I mean, we've already spent how many millions over the last two years for which fund that basically brought us a big fat nothing. But they hate this president they can't win in normal capacity. So they have to play this. And if you didn't believe me that the deep state the aka globalist, aka new world order wasn't involved. Here's where you'll say. Well, Steve, you're right. Once again, James Clapper. I was like to do this. When I hear James Clapper reminds me of the commercial. I was a kid. Okay. So let's do this for now on producer Nate anytime. We say James Clapper. This do James Clapper. Okay. Is basically stating the molar report is devastating. And it is now a road Matt for impeachment. This is the same James Clapper. Let me remind you that lied to congress that we weren't getting spied on. Oh, no, the NSA not spying on anybody. Oh, I'm appalled. Wait, take civil liberties. Will my goodness I'm appalled. Mr Chairman at this this list in salt, and then well, we found out that while they were spying on us. And they're spying on us. Right now. Listening to us right now. And James Clapper, basically had to admit kind of a weird admission, but an admission nevertheless, oh, that's what you meant. Oh, well, you know, the Patriot Act does friends. Trust me, the deep state is nervous. Trust me, the new world. Order players are nervous concocting this and the president is absolutely correct. When he tweets out that this Muller report was written by thirteen angry Democrats that want nothing more than to cast doubt in your heads about the legitimacy of this, man. So that he doesn't win in two thousand twenty. Here's my question to you. Do you believe the report? Yes, or no one eight seven seven forty nine. Steve is how you weigh in. On the conversation. And now to our busy calls, we go Khalid in southern California. Your next welcome to the program. It evening. How are you my friend? I'm good. I'm good. How about yourself? I'm doing okay. You make. Why appreciate that my friend? Thank you, man. Thank you. That okay from happy. Of course, you know, it is. Oh, you got the rest of the world that you know, or a bunch of nincompoops, but you know do. Well, anyway, I'm gonna stop laughing. And I'm gonna get to serious business of what happened today intrigue. God.

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"rumney" Discussed on The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure

The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure

"And then the acidity comes from obviously, the lemon the the the curious how gives it an orange way at the end though. It's after taste. Yeah. It's twenty seconds after an orange finish the orange finish. And then the brandy and the room the brandy. Here's what happens that brandy cancels out, the rum and the rump Kansas of the brandy, and it makes it into Brum. Randy or Randy or run run run the Rumney. Okay. Run day remedy and C himse. Now, what this way drink the three of these made my choice. This is my favorite cocktail. This is my favorite cocktails at night. We don't even do the otherwise to the hour. And that's how we say to you. Now. Science which you probably do what I cracked an egg. Okay. Correct today. Yes. All right. Well, let's do that. I'm saving. I know. Here's what friend always does. Folks, he always manages to save a little bit. But I really enjoyed that drink. Yeah. I just finished my answer. Why cannot compare it? No. I will say this just popped into my head. There is a part of this. Twenty percent of it when you are drinking at that might have an awful, cough, medicine qualities. I've enjoyed almost every cough medicine. I've ever had. More more for everybody. More consider myself a bit of an aficionado. And now, we're not in our regular studio today are in the corporate offices corporate opposites the palatial other studio, and so what's convenient about this once a little strange for people that might be watching because just up so you've defeated. I'll have all. Oh. This brought them back up shaker get a load of this guy thinks knows about we call them. Well, never mind. Forget I said anything I'm going to rinse that out. I was going to turn to the sink that is just conveniently here off camera. You know when we do this Dave's. Yeah. We do it in his dining room. Yeah. Which is elegant which ensure. Oh, no. So here. Record. That isn't lovely, isn't it? It's it's palatial chandelier laid all the killed guilt that he lays on us about the working does the spilling and the gold gilt. But just down the hall is a kitchen with like a bar set up. It would really be ideal conducive. Sure if you were to be mixing drinks use the bar. Do it down there. But his wife hangs out down there. Let me we could switch spots. I think suggested at one time, and it was a no nonstarter nonstarter interesting because you do have to sort of set it up, and you can't just walk in anybody's kitchen and start filming you got to set things up. You gotta have set decorator to all the proper coutroom. Oh, you have to move the organics recycling. Bin of the kitchen. It's a it's a production that tell you, maybe. Okay. I'm going to grab some slack on that a little bit. But it's so helpful going. Oh, yeah. Hundred but it would be handed to have a sink just off camera today. Maybe this is the new location. It will see I suspect that Dave's been using this as a write off maybe mortgage. Oh, yeah. That could be well, he's clever sly one Wiley. Oh, yeah. So what are we we're doing over of war? This is good here in the book in the Elgon Quin barn. Cocktail book Barnes and noble publication from I think about two thousand and two they can get this anymore. And I don't even know if there's actually a credit for who wrote this is just one of these weird compilations accomplished as an editor a designer. There's a photograph. There's a publisher. I don't know. But it is two thousand two. So I have got that. Correct. So the book the book, these the cocktail called the our wa. And do you do to you? And you end you what does that from the son of music? That's right. I I shouldn't have put that big ham like reading on it. Yeah. It's more do and you, and you and you. All of our is the ideal end to a perfect day much, like the gentleman of elegant leisure podcast or.

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"rumney" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"rumney" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Means it sending your data to the cloud is Jeff. Well, my Brody private he's been breached Brody panic. I'm just pointing out. Everyone's like, oh, that's so cool. I'm like, yeah. Something's lowering. It's kind of noisy. It because it's like a three D printer. I mean, go go into the like. So when I shot, my Rhody video it go into that side thing because you can actually in the window. Yeah. Look in the little window. You can see it hours. Carol Merrill is opening the door now. And so this is the needing device. So right now, it's it's mixing together oil, water and flour. They sent us some special kind of Indian whole wheat that is I guess popular for Rhody making and now in a minute. It's going to pop a little ball out. Right. All out, and it's going to need it on that thing. Feels like is this stuck it? No, it takes a minute. It's got a warm up and do all kinds of things Smicer side door seems to be open. We just have to. Let's give could fire Rhody balls across the room that went that would not be good warming up five minutes remaining. Well, we'll come back. I think because I also got something else today. Wait, you should tell you want to tell people how much it is before they go. Thousand dollars. But it's gotta be selling like crazy because if you go to the romantic site, they say how many roads have been made, and it's millions. Let's go see with the current Rhody Matic rotea count is. Oh, do they stop doing the count? Oh, oh, they well privacy. Maybe I'm not on the front. Yeah. Right. Oh, no here. It is forty three million seven hundred forty six thousand and seventy nine roadies and look it. It'll be right in there. See how fast it's like a rodeo second as being made right now. So I figured they sold a few. Oh, something happening. Now, that's the video that it was real. But as soon as it comes out. We'll we'll we'll we'll cut away the ball drops. It's kind of like I feel like Walter Cronkite. We're on hold with the Rhody maker. But as soon as the Rhody comes into the chamber, we will cut away to the wrote hematic today. His last television broadcast today is the thirtieth anniversary of of uncle Walter's last broadcasts is it. Texas. Yeah. It's it's funny. I it seems like it's longer ago than thirty years that was his last CBS evening news with Walter Cronkite. I interviewed him after he retired. He was into sailing and he'd had done a beautiful. Coffee table book of sailing and sailing ships. He was really great. Actions. Could it be in that side window that side window ya? Anthony's waiting to to peer in got have. After after it gets Joe after it needs. The dough pop it into that front area. So can you can you have the door open went now? No, you can't you have to just enjoy it from afar because then you get like dirt and stuff, but you'll be able to the window. So do you think it's a home users or I bet you it's it's restaurants, mostly the Bice. Now, it's got to be home users. There's a very strong. I mean, it's a pretty big limit. No home users. Google. Oh, yeah. That that's where you put it. Quite a few. They make rotates all the time. I've made I made Rhody made non. It's a making the cast-iron still define the difference between the various plant prints. Rumney is characterized as what versus a non versus. Eric, it's the rodeos the tortilla. Fa cash. It's a non est it's much thicker, and how what is you? Compare Rhody body. Chapada is a road. They are roadies. Yeah. It's like a Chris. It's like a tortilla versus a tortilla chip, so Rooney's a tortilla..

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"rumney" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

06:41 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"He might really like t's they might do that every day. She always to of all, right? Sitting somewhere. Somebody's throws you, gene. My brother just through his fist at me. You tell us what to watch on television tonight. We will get enraged because he didn't swing his head back and forth and claims to watch the show every day counterfeit cheeks. Tonight on ESPN books. Lakers. Milwaukee has the best record in the league. A lot of people would have thought that before the season. Let's check in here with the Greek freak on Anthony Taliban, recent bucks. What did you do too? Okay. Gold dunk of. Ending. Chris intrigue. Very intrigued. The MVP of the league all look at that late at night one stage the Lakers trying to make the playoffs. I love James harden mind that something to say about that poppy how about you or you intrigue CC. Police and then remember one time when the Greek freak did and get it buck. Oh, no. This is not right. What we're doing to? This wasn't even that bad. Even that bad. Karate Johnston in the side. Yeah. Didn't really get. If I would have gotten, you know, a good running start, maybe would have been different. But you know, playing defense is hard on the Greek freak. Tonight on NBA league past blazes raptors if only we had a former Rafter on the set to talk about this big and exciting game. Let's check in with the other team, though, the Portland trailblazers there in the elevator. What do we have here? We have. Doc in. The other way too. Thirty minutes. My father's tried to do that on so many times. Almost thirty minutes. Here is in the morning. Dries? A grab raid. It. All good questions by responsible. Journalists Chris bond. Are you intrigued Chris I'm very intrigued. I like with Toronto's they're doing pulling out all the tricks right now, kind of like what the Spurs us in game one of the final all look out beds. Right. The crib. Steam, turn off the lights and all that stuff. The air conditioning tree. Places. They couldn't get out of here. You should get out of the first round. It's true though. Your. Tell the people what happened by the turn off the air conditioning. You're calling hijinks you're saying it was strategy. Yes. They turned off air conditioning. They have fans and ice. And we did not and it was very very hot in. They're breaking some news around here. Seven years late. Sunday on ESPN U, Boston College at Georgia Tech. Oh, we've got a guy who went to Georgia Tech. He wishes that I went to Georgia Tech. But I was always a disappointment. Like, let's see what we have here. Highlight of the year for Georgia Tech there. It is. That's the highlight of the year for Georgia Tech. I'm confused. Confused. Wise highlights Georgia. And we're down a lot of points. Right. I think they're making fun of you there, Chris I think they're saying it's not the highlight of the year that in fact, your amount of laws. Doesn't have enough frankly. Oh, CC intrigue. You went to your. Thank you play basketball. Georgia tech. Do you? Remember when you lose the nineteen? Oh bumpy. Come off this dude. You did third round. Yeah. Yeah. Almost went to New York City. Tonight on HBO the shop, I feel for Chris Bosh here. Lebron James has Tony Brown. Anthony Davis meek mill Jamie Foxx. He's stuck with me. And my old man, regardless. Let's check what we have here. Get older with hardy in my Rolls, Royce up till the the young who's riding this black refrigerator. We can never let our pride getting away of on progress as a CEO business. I'm doing what I wanna do. And I wasn't. People go to jail for no reason because this is America. You can spot one person in. How can we inspire the next person? And that's what it's always be about. Favorite thing. That was the serious thoughtful look of round. You intrigue. Intrigues. I wanna see the more the hairdo. More more, Bobby Ewing trees, see, very treat boiler Rumney spot half. Look of time he's has to film be showing Lakers making the play. These being plenty of time. There is. That's what time have to think of washing. Wanna thank Chris Bosh and apologize to them jerseys being retired by the Miami, March twenty six he's always been a pillar. Thank you. Chris. Thank you guys. I'll be back. Why would? I would. Hello for Chris. Spiel? I mean, why confetti? Of set.

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"rumney" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"You'll brewery, providing the traditional styles just like just like Joe street does and Ken produces some outstanding English miles. I have to say. What can is there anything that? You might do that would like kind of get out of the law Garing, and perhaps do an IP a poultry or something like that. But we do we have the kind of do experiment mental here coming out spring, which is a day logger, and they Szekely it's like a cider beer hybrid with fruit flavor, and that's such a little bit a deviation all done traditionally, and that's just because we will appeal to a larger audience of this is also a gluten reduced products which get asked about quite a bit. And so. That's of part of it. But I going back to the personal like lager aspect. I think thing that is just right and true. And always will be with our culture where I don't think as the IP or the super bitter. I've hit they're going to go away. But I don't think they're going to be a long lasting trend for for the craft beer scene. I think kind of roles people kinda like to have, you know, they wanna take something different in new like some IT eight has made like biscuits in Asia cocoa puffs or something like that. But at the end of the day, you know, have, you know, a log or something that's all it flavorful. But these your leave your palace Christian clean and make you wanna drink another one. And I just noticed that when I would think it's my first year in the industry and. I know these brewers into the, you know, a conference they've been trying these different beers. And they always end up drinking a PBR something like that. Because he's wanted to have something that's just either drink or kind of wrap your mind around at the same time. I'm with you there. I think I think the beginning of, you know, making all these beers. With added sugars them, you know, the lactose the milkshake IPA's and the stuff age age on cereal and pastries doubts round es and is and stuff marshmallow. It was I think it's people trying to make something that's out of, you know, the newest thing they're trying to make something new that's different. And then it brought a lot of new beer drinkers into drinking, but drinking beer, but you know. You know, I kind of equate it with either wine-drinkers where you start with a dessert wine and you move onto a. As you drink more and more wind you move on to maybe the whites and you end up with the dryer, dry reds of really get into it or like cereal. Would you eat when you were young you like these super sweet cereals, we bakes? Okay. Never mind. If you're English other English, the second English reference it none of us got here. Hey, it is the Britain. Yankee you guys the Yankees. I want to I want to go back to the coffee thing you talked about. I think any brewer who's thinking about Brune with coffee outta spend some time with a coffee boutique or craft coffee roaster that says into coffee as we are into beer. I did it with ten drops down in Plainfield. And it's first time, I taste coffee that tasted coffee that tasted like blueberries. I mean, it's amazing. I also learned that the more you roast coffee, the the more the less caffeine get so all those times, I was drinking talion rose thinking, I was getting really high caffeinated stuff. It was actually getting off it. But but now, you're you're and the other thing I wanted to say about your beers. We've had three of oh. By the way, we're on the Rumney. Now, we're on the rum barrel aged just a straight up one right now. These are ten percent beers are big beers. A lot of the. Russian imperial stout..

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"rumney" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"He's wearing a shark skin suit. Oh, please. And the group hit Gus says gays gay skin suit. Yes, you're right. What did that? He says what's wrong with shark skin to which guru Pitkin replies. More like gays skin and his and the funny. The funny thing the the thing is he in in one of many times all of these people who are standing around who are paid extras who playing Rumney Malkhas like his entourage are just laughing at this joke. Like, it's funny. What is the joke? Capable Joop so much of this movie is watching people laugh at the group antics yet. You're right. It's just not funny. There is a moment. Joe? By the way, that's joke. A seventh grader would write. Of course. Just like that's a joke that you would tell him seventh grade there is a moment towards the end of the film where the guru pit can make some comment in front of Thelma Hopkins. Character did you I'm pretty confident in this. I don't know if you guys noticed that they cut too dumb Hopkins. And I think it's just a shot of the actress breaking. Yeah. Laughing at Mike Myers, and they left it in like, this will make them feel good. This will boost Mike Zego, go even more or maybe. Mike Myers demanded that stay or maybe demanded that she laughed. That's the last one is the right one. Speaking of bucket, sniper rifles to your head. The positive is. So incredible is just like yet. They're all going to fuck it get rid of their jobs, essentially because he so funny the word gays openly like we're we're scar jobs. That's good. This is after so the first attempt at reconciliation is guru pica's. Like, all right. I'll take an apology letter that you right to your wife prudence. She happens to be now living with Jack lacob 'Grande, I'm going to break into his mansion and give her this letter. Whatever there is this whole scene where Mike Myers is fighting a guard. Cock that is the last one of the last gasp of the something about Mary you fight the dog puppet, you're totally right. And that's something you needed to do in every to the year decade after that movie came out. Sure before that even. A father of the bride the dogs outside in the way watched that thing objection council, they're not puppets dog. It's gotta be gotta be ready. Like, he's fighting this like fucking rooster stuffed animal when he's all bloody and shit. He kills this thing. Cockfight saving saving Silverman that as a joke. Like that. The Steve Zahn fighting a wreck gainer. Oh, it's you're right. It is wreck. Well, I mean, I mean Warren Oates is down on his luck. After this. White dog reference cockfight or cockfighting. White dog to or what's the? What is the Peckinpah movie, but the racist? It is white. He's not in that though. That's cockfight fuller say all right? Get SAM's mixed up. There is I had. Okay. So I had a. Kind of laugh, and then I had a legitimate laugh. The hip came right here where he delivers this letter, whatever. And then he's like, all right. I gotta go one of the maneuvers. He has he has like a Batman like ninja fucking bomb that it uses to get out of Jewish ins. And so he he does that. And then when the smoke clears his the elephant that he rides around everywhere as outside the system is piloting, it you see Mike Myers jump up on this elephant and for nothing. It's a bad ADR. It's a far shots. You can't even see Mike Myers mouth move. But you hear him go beat it. I gotta take a dump. Wow. All right. All right. I cheated. They gotta dig it. Dump? We see where the laughter comes by Shorto is coming up later. That's at the NHL find the inevitable ashes of existence. That's the real joke. Every I love that. I just love this notion. Also of like, our star player is distracted..

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"rumney" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Can you imagine Hollywood allowing a white man to play indie? They would never do. Yeah. I mean, I guess the joke there is. And that's why Ben Kingsley's in the movie. Sure. Jessica Alba is also this movie the plot of this movie. One of the plots movie is literally just the plot of the first days Matura, which is just the star player on the team is bad. Yes. Somebody has to fix the thing. Good. Exactly. It's somehow this is less transphobic than as for tourists than check work there. You know, it's not it's not too hard. It's not too hard to be less trends phobic than fucking as Ventura one pay. Don't crash land the planes. I meant as mature too is really bad with other cultures. That whole franchises is is ruined yet. Because then the third one dude how disgusting this. There's a little fat kid. Shaming probably. The issue. It's like ace Ventura juniors something hit I think Spencer breslin. Okay. Disgusting ship who you are supposed to feel ashamed of. That's true. Yeah. She's the owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Correct. And they are in the Stanley Cup finals. Rumney malko is the guy is their star. We get introduces by Stephen Colbert, and Jim gaffe again who are doing this like the Ben down with nothing. Yeah. It's like this. I was sort of trying to pretend like there was like a legitimate hockey comedy going on somewhere in like, a different feeder in my mind multiplex thing. And this is what I kept switching to the broadcast booth gag. It's the end of speed when they finally killed Dennis hopper. And it's Kiana Reeves and Sandra Bullock on this train. That has no brakes any more Like, like he's like, he's good. oh bad. He doesn't know what to do figure it out. That's what you gasping and Steven bear doing in this booth and co bears gag is like he's a recovering drug addict whose heads some hard times or something. And then like Jim Gaskins playing the straight man, it's a classic like zany straight. It's the gag is that somebody saw dodgeball and then the ball, right or? Yeah. Any any movie, really? Someone saw move anything with a competition. Culvert does of okay line about how he viciously assaulted Judi Dench. He's doing is. He's doing okay. I group all of them are totally finding this. They're just trying to drown onscreen. But yes. So that's so the problem is Darren Roanoke is the character that Romany malko plays. His wife has left him for LA kings star goalie Jacques Lecoq played by Justin Timberlake. Everything's addictive. Literally, everything viewed dicta-, you are more women in dick and ball jokes in this movie. There's shit Joe. There's no no cabin the amount of dick and ball Jones in his movie. The only thing that's like higher up on the how much are we doing this like how much are we cramming in is like the fucking Indian. I'm just saying once you get out of that cloud. It's not like you get fresh air. There's fucking arts. They're not this movie is movies the taint of the piss my God to piss. So much play. I could use piss jokes. Honestly, I get a lot of piss jokes move. Steve Zeta common card. As you're eating the love. One man really wants to see a lot more piss jokes your piss your piss levels at seven percent. I would like to see it at a thirteen a lot of piss jokes in this. You would be jealous of all those piss jokes. While you yellow within p. Get a lot of the I like it yellows for cowardice. Yellow? Are we I'm so glad that the Justin Timberlake acting experiment is pretty much done. I'm really how the question is is all these dick jokes informed with like dick in a box. And L was that before I don't know four believe. So this sort of like a double if it was before then this is really I mean, he does the joke in dick in the boxes. There's a dick in the box the joke in this is like he has to like a funny on a table of the dick was humongous. That is the gags. He's got this. Fucking trouser snake? One on the Ken Russell joke, though, pants thing ever got hard. It would float up into the sky. It's a dig about two dozen six so yes, there you go. But I like Justin Timberlake as a comedian. I think he's very funny. I think he's not funny at all how realistic..

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"rumney" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Probably doesn't explain how staying in Syria would benefit America doesn't appear to consider that relevant question or policing in the Middle East is always better, we know that virtually everyone in Washington agrees corporate tax cuts are also popular in Washington. Run the strongly on board. With those two is peace throws a rare compliment to Trump for cutting the corporate rate a year ago. That's not surprising. Romney spent the bulk of his business career at a firm, call being capital bane capital. All but invented what is now a familiar business strategy take over an existing company for a short period of time costs by firing employee's run up the debt extract, the wealth and move on sometimes leading retirees without their earn pensions. Rumney became fantastic rich doing this. Meanwhile, a remarkable number of the companies are now bankrupt where it stinks. This is the private equity model a ruling class sees nothing wrong with it. It's how they run the country. Iran refers to unwavering support for finance basic economy, and international as foreign policy as the mainstream Republican view, and he's right about that generations Republicans have considered their duty to make the world safe for banking while simultaneously prosecuting everyone foreign wars modern Democrats, generally support those schools disastrously their signs, however that most people do not support this agenda and not just here in America in countries around the world, France, resil-, Sweden, the Philippines. Germany, many others voter suddenly are backing candidates and ideas that would have been unimaginable just a decade ago, not isolated events which are watching is entire populations revolting against leaders who refused to improve their lives. So they're like this has been happening in our country for the past three years, don't Trump wrote assurance of popular discontent, all the way the White House. Does he understand the political revolution? The earnest can reverse the economic and cultural trends. That are destroying America. Those are open questions, but the less relevant than we think at some point Donald Trump will be gone the rest of us going to the country will remain what kind of country will it be? Then how do we want our grandchildren to live? Those are the only questions that the answer to the needs to be obvious. The overriding goal for America is more prosperity meeting cheaper consumer goods. But is that still true is anyone still believe that cheaper, iphones or more Amazon deliveries of plastic garbage from China or gonna make us happy? They haven't so far a lot of Americans are crowning and stuff and yet drug addiction suicide or depopulating large parts of the country in the health of the nation can be summed up in heating P is an idiot. The goal for America is both simpler and moral lucid than mere prosperity is happiness. There are a lot of ingredients in the happy dignity. Purpose of control independence above all. Deep relationships with other people. Those are the things that you want for your children there what our leaders should want for us and would want if they cared, but our leaders don't care. We are ruled by mercenaries who feel no long-term obligation to the people. They will their day traitors substitute teachers were just passing through. They have no skin in this game. And it shows they can't solve our problems. They don't even bother to understand our problems. What if it is lies our leaders? Tell us is that you can separate economics from everything else. That matters economics is a topic for public debate, family and faith in culture. Be while those are personal matters both parties believe this members of our educated upper middle classes now the backbone of the Democratic Party should describe themselves as fiscally responsible and socially moderate. In other words, functionally libertarian they don't care how you live as long as the bills are paid the markets function some of they don't see a connection between people's personal lives and the health of our economy or for that matter the country's ability to pay his bills as far as their concern..

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"rumney" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"These podcasts. You can see who has talking about Hofer. You're falling me on Instagram. But right now, one of my juicy scoopers is who I met my next guest. He is a juicy scooper and he escaped Jehovah's Witness. And I tape this awhile ago before the holidays, but it's just as juicy in relevant just. Kind of saving it for when we really wanted to get into a juicy one. And it was a great story. And he was so forthcoming and lots of questions they answer to everyone. So here is former Jehovah's Witness, Phillip. Sees. The. Sweep the streets. So I am talking to a former Jehovah's Witness who is a juicy scooper and a member of our juicy scoop of suss Facebook page, and I saw your post, which I guess you wrote after you saw the episode of Lear Rumney show about the Jehovah's Witness. I thought that she was going to do an entire series Jehovah's Witness. But I guess it was just that one episode. Correct. Right. Yeah. I think it's like a bonus episode now I thought the same as you thought she's going to do a full season expose IPE really get her boots on the ground, which I actually think for two our assoc. She she covered quite a bit. There's just so much juice. You know, there's so much good like juice in there that you don't get a two hour episodes. So yes, I'm glad you reached out because we can really dive right in. Why don't we just start? You just tell me your life. How you did you grow up in it, the whole thing just give the full scoop of your life for absolutely. So I was born in my mother was also born and and my dad, I think his parents converted when they were like when he was five so they all been most of their life, at least for the most of what they can remember, I was bored into it. And this is in Fresno, California that I grew up Fresno. Yeah. Ta so up in Fresno. And I think I buy earliest memories was around four or five years old was when they start like really teaching you how to go door to door knock on people's door. They give you these little like tracks. You're like a little kid. So you're not gonna have this extremely deep conversation with somebody at fibers old. But they, you know, they give us so track to give to the person that usually when you're a little kid a little track twenty minutes piece of paper assets. Like a little piece of folded paper that folds out by three. And it's got like a little like, you know, to you wanna hear about the time of the end or do you want to see your loved ones when they after they die that kind of thing. It's usually very brave usually quotes scripture to amend. There's usually like a thing at the bottom. This is sort of like this was during the internet like re- when they ws for like active on the internet. So it would say like contact this number for more information, and that number with you like headquarters naval ideally, gets you Lincoln to a conversation congregation..

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"rumney" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"These podcasts. You can see who has talking about Hofer. You're falling me on Instagram. But right now, one of my juicy scoopers is who I met my next guest. He is a juicy scooper and he escaped Jehovah's Witness. And I tape this awhile ago before the holidays, but it's just as juicy in relevant just. Kind of saving it for when we really wanted to get into a juicy one. And it was a great story. And he was so forthcoming and lots of questions they answer to everyone. So here is former Jehovah's Witness, Phillip. Sees. The. Sweep the streets. So I am talking to a former Jehovah's Witness who is a juicy scooper and a member of our juicy scoop of suss Facebook page, and I saw your post, which I guess you wrote after you saw the episode of Lear Rumney show about the Jehovah's Witness. I thought that she was going to do an entire series Jehovah's Witness. But I guess it was just that one episode. Correct. Right. Yeah. I think it's like a bonus episode now I thought the same as you thought she's going to do a full season expose IPE really get her boots on the ground, which I actually think for two our assoc. She she covered quite a bit. There's just so much juice. You know, there's so much good like juice in there that you don't get a two hour episodes. So yes, I'm glad you reached out because we can really dive right in. Why don't we just start? You just tell me your life. How you did you grow up in it, the whole thing just give the full scoop of your life for absolutely. So I was born in my mother was also born and and my dad, I think his parents converted when they were like when he was five so they all been most of their life, at least for the most of what they can remember, I was bored into it. And this is in Fresno, California that I grew up Fresno. Yeah. Ta so up in Fresno. And I think I buy earliest memories was around four or five years old was when they start like really teaching you how to go door to door knock on people's door. They give you these little like tracks. You're like a little kid. So you're not gonna have this extremely deep conversation with somebody at fibers old. But they, you know, they give us so track to give to the person that usually when you're a little kid a little track twenty minutes piece of paper assets. Like a little piece of folded paper that folds out by three. And it's got like a little like, you know, to you wanna hear about the time of the end or do you want to see your loved ones when they after they die that kind of thing. It's usually very brave usually quotes scripture to amend. There's usually like a thing at the bottom. This is sort of like this was during the internet like re- when they ws for like active on the internet. So it would say like contact this number for more information, and that number with you like headquarters naval ideally, gets you Lincoln to a conversation congregation..

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"rumney" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"What from from time to time. I like to I like to think of the many many many contributions, we not only Utahns have made to the nation in the world. But specifically Mormons right, right? The many many times that Mormons have done something of great note. Yeah. Four and to this country there, you know, what I I like to think about what they're gonna do what that's gonna happen, right? You know, there's there's prophecy out there in the world yacht and the Mormons are rural good at it. And they're yes, there's a particular one that that took on again every time a Mormon gets elected good you stop, interrupting my. Where did you where did you even come from? Why are you chiming in right now here? Yeah. Sorry. Go on with what you're saying, Doug. Whether he gets elected, this this particular prophecy gets its wings so to speak. Yeah. And there's you know, there's been a change in the air. There's been a changing of the guard in Washington. There's a kind of hush all over. Nights. The Democrats ruled the roost and Nancy Pelosi has taken the speaker's gavel. Yes. Which had been used for the past two years by Trump to slam Paul Ryan's balls. Here. I would pay money to watch that. Oh, if I could smashes balls with the speakers, I'm saying, it's a very very boutique. Here in Utah. We have a fun farewell to one Orin grant hatch only to usher in the fresh new face of Willard Mitt Romney. And while you might rightly ask what pretends the replacing of one carpet bagging eighty four year old devout Mormon with another carpet bagging, seventy one year old devout Mormon well at the very least the icy side of death will probably prevent Mitt Romney from serving as long as Orrin Hatch. Did. Yeah. Yeah. We hard for him to serve forty two. Fucking years Orrin Hatch is the longest serving Republican Senator in American history fifth overall, I getting elected in nineteen seventy six on the platform, if if you can believe it to run onto terms term limits. Well, I gotta say it was probably, you know, I didn't agree with his politics. But it was probably good to have someone in the Senate. That was present at the original constitutes. Right. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Did Madison smell finding the Magna Carta this. Why he he he was there to ask Strom Thurmond? What the flood was like. This vile sketchy has been in the Senate for my entire life in that time he is honored Utah by among many other things championing the constitutional amendments banning abortion and flag burning helping to defeat the labor reform act in the equal rights amendment. He helped write the USA Patriot Act helped block, Merrick garland from the supreme court called Trump the greatest president in his lifetime and famously went to remove his glasses, but upon realizing their continued with gesture hoping that no one would notice, but we did. Remember, what one of his biggest hobby horses was trying to get the constitution amended. Yeah. So that a bodybuilder he had a very peculiar. There was something session with president one Arnold Schwarzenegger. Yeah. Yeah. That's true to be fair. He did pretty he did participate in some actually good pieces of legislation but to be fair, the those pieces of legislation such as chip the dream act and money for aids research and treatment he now opposes right? So good bye to you, you grumpy grant from Pittsburgh, go right ahead and fuck yourself. Yes. Now to the youthful newcomer that is taking his seat Mitt Romney mittens. I don't have to spend any time telling anybody listening what a milquetoast weathervane Monsieur Romney is less. Anyone is tempted to look upon this man as Android with anything. But disdain please go back and watch his forty seven percent speech to close-door room of donors. And if you're feeling blue you can always watch Barack Obama mop the floor with him at the twenty twelve down all debates. Yeah. Please proceed governor is a term. I use almost daily. Rum Rumney famously took the fight right at Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen in a speech in which he called Trump dishonest intemperate fraudulent ignorant, reckless vulgar, racist misogynistic. Conman a fake and dangerous to the future of this country. He then listed in detail. All of Trump's lies failure scams and scandals. It was a clear eyed in brave indictment of the soon to be president that he immediately discarded when Trump dangled secretary of state in front of him. It was amazing that flop la- pop that was it was like, yeah..

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"rumney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"rumney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Bruce wcbMcom, Bruce. I always felt the best offenses a defense. I felt this way. When Trump I took office, if you have gone after Hillary when he got honestly believe there would have been no Russian of creation had Hillary the FBI and the Justice department on the defense, and they would not have had the time to be throwing all that stuff at him. I think this is one unholy mess down there right now truly is by the way this in Bruce. Let's be honest nothing will ever happen. The Hillary Clinton and her widespread network of criminals because at the root of the problem is Obama, no one no one will ever do anything to jeopardize the first black president a reputation or legacy. History may but as far as specific actions, I think you're right. And of course, the winners tend to write the history and. Nancy from California says the president needs to be responsible. He used to do it. My way. Be responsible. Do it. My way your way lost this way. One no matter if you think the guy is crass or crude or unpleasant or simply don't like his hair he won, and he is implementing a conservative agenda, more conservative. I suspect than the agenda of any president since Reagan. Certainly more conservative in some of his appointments, some of these other inclinations than either bushes. So yeah, I think it's been a while since we had a president who actually implemented a conservative agenda, and he's doing this not because it's an ideal, but because that approach works. He's a business guy. So you take a look what works well this works, and he's doing I think about this the number of regulations that he has cut in the first couple of years. It's phenomenal. He is cutting four regulations for everyone new regulation put in place. That's amazing. Trump is a pacing rather all past presidents in slashing the administrative state two thousand eighteen it's in the books, right? The ten thousand commandments is the annual snapshot of the federal regulatory state from the competitor out in most of the number of federal regulations handed out under Trump is at record lows since the records being it'd be kept in the nineteen seventies with a total only of three thousand three hundred sixty seven new regulations this year. And the administration has cut on bureaucratic regulations at a rate of four slashed for everyone issued. So the administrative state is shrinking. The only president by the way to have a better deregulatory year. Then President Trump in two thousand eighteen was President Trump at twenty seventeen. Who only got three thousand two hundred eighty one. And again, this was a rate of twenty to cut for each one issued. That's phenomenal folks. So No, MR Rumney, look, you're elected by the citizens of Utah to represent them. I'm sure that you'll either be approved over disapprove dump by those same citizens. You're there for a minimum of six years, and perhaps more good luck to you. But basically by saying Mr. Trump has to behave the way I want him to behave while the Democrats have no compunction whatsoever. About a freshman congress person growing in front of a group and saying we're gonna go impeach that M F, which by the way, stands for my friend. I don't think so. No. That's basically saying in a football game. We'll play flag football, and you guys can play tackle you wear protective stuff, and we're going to be out there and loincloths. Because that's the way this game has been played by the Republicans for at least a generation we'll go out in loin cloths and wearing no protective equipment whatsoever. You guys suit up for NFL football, you play full tackle. We'll play flag football. And we'll see how it works out. And we can say, yeah. But we we played honorably we played honorably while the other side continued to expand the administrative state. It's just amazing. We keep taking that stance. I would rather be in a situation where we take a look at the last couple of years and see the number of regulations that have been putting the boot of the government or the neck of business. Individuals to see that boot lightened up a little bit. Twenty seventeen for every new regulation. They cut twenty two twenty eighteen for every new regulation. They cut four. This is amazing stuff. Eileen is in middle river Eileen good morning. I lean. Arlene apparently lead over she fell on she'll come back. Mike is intelligent. He's next up. Talkradio six eighty WCBS Mike good morning. Good morning. Chris. I just learn something. That stands for my friend. Yeah. It's clearly. Eric Email that into us that clarification. Now, I know. Yeah. Listen, Nancy Pelosi says the is immoral. President Trump if President Trump wanted to stop all immigration of any kind. She might have something to talk about. He just wants to stop illegal immigration. He wants to know who's coming in to our country, what kind of diseases they have other drugs, all the other things. Now, we know the Democrats want new democrat voters another publicans wants to help their friends at the chamber of commerce, get cheap labor. But what they're not talking about is what did she read a million Syrians come.

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