10 Burst results for "Sir Powell"

"sir powell" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

06:52 min | 3 months ago

"sir powell" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Wasn't somebody you knew was was, uh, was, uh, Carlos and that No, I don't think so. He was in bloodline. Man. That's a hell of a show the hell of a role. 7275791025 and 807 711225. I love getting corrected. Who are you? Uh, Paul Paul. I'm sorry that I that I didn't even misspoke. I just misidentified. The country that ah ha was from they are not From Sweden there from Norway. That's correct, Sir Powell whacked are is one of those dudes. I don't remember the other two dudes names, but, pal, why actor was one of them, right? It's a lot a lot of, uh, disadvantage. Don't come out of Norway. But that's actually a decent band. They got a lot of death metal that comes from there, too. But, yeah, they're not Swedish. Their Norwegian Abba is from Sweden. And that might be what I was thinking of his Abba. Not uh huh. Embarrassing concert fact about me. I paid money so that my high school girlfriend and I could go see Ah ha at the Bob Carr Center in Orlando, Florida True story. Nice. Yeah, man. Well, thank you Appreciate the info very much and hope you have a great night. You too, Joe. Bye bye. You said you thought you might have watched at least some of it, but I really enjoyed the first season. They've been talking about a sex second season. Uh, society, which is is kind of like what you're talking about, but it's uh, it's teenagers on a bus and there you go on a field trip, and then a storm happens And when they get back to their town, all of the parents are gone. And all the teenagers have to pretty much start a new Society by themselves. 727579125 and 807 711025. I got a tweet. This is Lot of people, by the way talking about the acting and how bad it is it manifest that makes me feel better. I'd knife myself in the brain if I ever found myself singing a song about slowly rolling down the hall faster than a cannonball. Did we say anything about? Uh, by the way? Todd's calling the hotline. Okay. Can you just look up, John? Because you're the research department over there. How many copies The album? Uh, Oasis, Uh, that has that song on their champagne. Supernova confused. Where is it? Wonderwall? Where were you? Are we surely walking up? Yeah. So how many copies that album sold? What was the hell of Morning Glory? What's What's the story? Morning Glory. A think so? Because I bet that guy wouldn't knife himself in the brain. If he had that kind of money is what I'm but that was what was what's in a reference to I'm not even sure. Hi, Cindy. Hi. How are you? Wonderful. Thank you very much for joining us today. Uh, I thought I would call you were discussing dyslexia. Yes, ma'am. And I am now going to be 75 years old. Oh, wow. Congrats. Thank you. I try. My grandchildren do not know how to read Curse yet. And I write them carts and I print And I don't know which way a big goes in which way it D dosage. And when I When I write things, I put a question mark around it. And that way my son will know what I'm talking about. Oh, It's interesting, but the best one is I worked for doctors many years ago. And the patient called and said they had this infected area wherever and it was all pussy. And and you wrote you wrote Pussy down. Had I broke pussy down and I don't think you meant to write this. I said Why? That's Apache. He's just know it's spooky. Okay, alright. I gotta go. Thank you very much for the phone call. Thank you. Mhm, Uh, 22 million copies. Maybe you can show her which way the D goes. Oh, man, And then she went grab some guys. Bic. Uh oh, my God. I wish we had a sound bite of that lady saying that Wish we had a sound bite of anything. Just saying Montego airline talking to help you with your reservation today? Yes, I have a reservation on flight 858, Or is it 8 to 88288? 8 to 8 would be a good one. Yes, sir. Um, Todd, Right. Thank you very much for joining us that we were talking about the television program that you recommended for me manifest and a lot of people agreeing that the acting is somewhat suspect. But the plot Very intriguing. Tell my friend John sending over there. Why he should be watching the show. Well, let me also correct the show with quote Joey. I recommended to you was episodes, not Joey. Joey was one of the biggest disasters of the last 25 years. Okay, that's I couldn't see you liking Joey. I did that didn't make sense to me. Thank you for clarifying. The acting and manifest. Looks like the acting in a Tony award winning Broadway play compared to the acting in Joey. So let's put it that way. Way. Fair enough. I I heard you talking about manifest. And what what really gets me about you. I've watched it since the pilot because it was heavily promoted on Sunday night football. And just as John heard the premise and said, Okay, I like the premise. I'm in now. What are you going to do with it? So I've been watching. Ever since that pilot episode I'm stunned NBC renewed it after season what, but they did. They renewed it after season two. Despite Covid Then. They run the 13 episodes in season three, and they kind of hurried it, which was a bad sign. Couple of nights. They did two episodes in one night, so they did. Aired the 13 new episodes literally over Maybe 10 weeks. I think they skipped one week and then the finale there two episodes, and then they announced they were canceling it when business opened on the following Monday. Meanwhile, though, As you know, and we're attracted to John. Manifest has been trending is number one on Netflix ever since the finale on NBC, So there's this feeling that Much like Netflix has saved other shows like designated Survivor..

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"sir powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:03 min | 7 months ago

"sir powell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Name is Kevin. So really, I am the chief Washington correspondent for Bloomberg Television. And for Bloomberg of Radio. Just if you're joining us of breaking news, read headline crossing the Bloomberg terminal just within the last couple of minutes. Game stops. CFO Jim Bell resigns Again Game Stop CFO. Jim Bell has resigned this, according to Bloomberg Game, Stop announcing CFO change. In a statement issued today, they announced that Jim Bell, executive vice president and chief financial officer, will be resigning from his roles on March 26th of this year. A leading executive search firm has been retained to support the process. But again, this comes just after obviously the intense scrutiny that Washington has placed on game stop in recent weeks. We begin tonight with the big story, the continuing battle over the economic stimulus and the pace of the economic recovery. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testified before the Senate Banking Committee earlier today, he signaled that the central bank was nowhere close. Pulling back on its support for the pandemic damaged U. S economy Even as he voiced expectations for a return to more normal. I've got the sound on this. Let's buy the tape. Economy is a long way from our employment, inflation goals, and it is likely to take some time for substantial further progress to be achieved. The economic recovery remains uneven and for far from complete and the path ahead is highway, sir. Powell went on to suggest that developments point to improved outlook for later this year. Here sound on that well, we should not underestimate the challenges we currently face Developments point to an improved outlook for later this year. In particular, ongoing progress in vaccinations should help speed the return to normal activities. Meanwhile, he did somewhat way into an ongoing policy debate that has gone beyond Washington, D. C. And he said that he doesn't see the spending rise having lasting inflation impact. Here He is. We expect readings on inflation to move up that's called base effects. That will be a temporary effect, and it won't really signal anything. You could see spending pick up pretty substantially in the second half of the year. That would be a good thing, of course, but it could also put upward pressure on prices. It doesn't seem likely that that would result in very large increases or that they would be persistent. I wanna welcome into this conversation. Bloomberg Politics contributor Jeannie shot Xeno and Travis Norton. He is a shareholder of Brownstein, Hyatt Farmer and check the former general counsel to the House Judiciary and Financial Services Committee. And a former staff director to Senator Tim Scott's on the banking subcommittee. Jeannie Travis. Welcome to the program. Chavez will start with you Do you share or do you see any concerns that Fed Chairman Jay Powell perhaps doesn't feel Are there, especially about the effects of increased spending. Uh, thanks. Good to be with you. The I think there's just a ton of liquidity floating around this economy right now and so far that has not shown up in the inflation numbers in a meaningful way. I think Share. Powell alluded to a 41 bit increase in recent indexes for inflation. But if you just think about all of the areas of this economy that air running so hot right now, virtually everywhere you go that I've been to in the last few months, housing prices are Off the charts. Inventory is very low. You look at things like game stop the amount of liquidity that was pumped into that crypto currency and, of course, the $1.6 trillion increase in consumer savings over the covert era. It's difficult to see how all of this liquidity in the economy will not come to bear on the inflation number. And at some point in the future. We'll know whether the feds inflation target of just above 2% remains appropriate. For this economy in recovery. I don't know, but I certainly find it hard to believe that at some point all of this liquidity and the economy is not going to come home to roost. You know, Travis, That's a great point. And Jeannie, I think when you hear that, and especially fresh off of the policy debate That our colleague David Westin had during his interview with the Banking committee chairman shared Brown earlier today. I want to play for you this genie the sound on what he had to say. Just after Fed Chairman J. Powell's here and curious it's clear that that he thinks we need to go bed against President Biden does as his predecessor of one of it, while his immediate predecessor, Janet Yellen, who's now the Treasury secretary, said, if we don't go big if we fall short on this Recovery Act, this repair act. If we fall short, we there will be a scarring. She sent a long term generational scarring of the economy. But it's fascinating to hear Travis's perspective, Jeannie cut but also Larry Summers is perspective on this, and it's just in stark contrast to Chairman Brown and Secretary Ellen It is and it was something that is we always hear in these hearings, but I thought it came through so loud and clear today was that both sides were trying to get Powell To support their rational for single policy and to support their vision in view of the fiscal stimulus, and he tried, you know mightily not to take the bait on that. You know, he tried not to wade into that. But in in some way, you know, he did. He did to a certain extent, and I think what's it out to me? In addition to that was the fact that you know I was really reminded as always listening to him of, you know Mario Cuomo's 1984 Tale of two Cities speech because what we're really hearing is a tale of two economies and Powell seems to me You know, understanding that we really do have to economies here. We have people who are suffering mightily as a result of the economic, the economy that occurred in the wake of the pandemic and others that are going well. And one question is, you know, can they create monetary policy for different groups of people that are suffering in this ways? You know, I heard Pat Toomey say No, they can't That's up to Congress. But when you got a congress that's not working so well together. That's a big problem as well. So so much went into this sort of hearing that that I wasn't resolved in my mind, even though the market responded positively, you know, it's got to be candid here, Jeannie. I did not think that Cuomo would come up in the first segment, but that it wouldn't be governor Cuomo that it would be that father, you know, you know, and that's I think I should I'm not going to die Aggressive can hear our eep saying cats stay on track. Burrata is listening. And I'm apologizing to Travis right now. Travis, I'm sorry..

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"sir powell" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

hitmen, deadites & Me

05:39 min | 10 months ago

"sir powell" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

"You know even at one point. I think Sir powell walks in to the building and talk to one of the guys and Almost wanders out a hallway. One of them's waiting in. you know. If he would have taken a few steps through the he might have gotten. It didn't get that part either like he's a terrorist. I need to jump out and shoot them. I mean they the police far in the underground parking garage and get rid of a body like oh they just blatantly. Shot the guy at the front desk but they chose to not shoot the one guy that was probably more importance. Because i mean i mean. He did play a key role in this film. Don't get me wrong. I like if you're a terrorist. Are you letting me like. Oh i'm going to pick and choose like my good good on this one year safe. And but maybe out. I just don't understand. Eighty s diehard terrorists. I don't know what their motivation is. Besides besides i twenty million bonds and barebones. Yeah but Yeah i mean. I'm glad I'm glad the the dad from family matters survived. He was a good. Here's a good character cues. He was kind of the the relationship between those two were it was. It was a good relationship. it was hiding. Watch it that much to be honest. I'm a little bit too young for that shows by a couple of years. I know i'm talking about the eill. I thought you met the queen. Steve urkel that no. That's what the cop and because fan John maclean on a graveyard. The other guy that understood it would actually listen to him but then nobody will listen to officer powell either and i think my favorite characters argyle hang out in the limo the whole time just like talking to some girl on the phone and shit and listen to music in the back of the limo like jerry jones stuff teddy bear unlike. This must be here like first job and I think he's saying the movie is the first day on the job. He's never driven a limo before. I think mentions that supposed to be in vegas. But i'm going to hang out in la and drink in the parking garage of Corporate office as you know but he was waiting for john. Just casey had any kind of emergency and it didn't go well with his wife so he's like stay. I'll stay. I'll be completely of oblivious everything that's going on outside catholic there would have been a great series where you would have been like all right. It's been like two hours now and he hasn't come back I think i'm going to leave now. Some tacos this belly can probably find some tacos for sure and and then if out or like i mean you're telling me like he was drinking and doing all that like he didn't have to get out and go to the restroom once in z. The point like all that shit going on like come on argyle. Like what's up. You might have strong bladder and there must be really good speakers in that limo. 'cause like that here but Argyll was good too i did. I did our who's But who yeah it was so as your favorite character out of all this probably because he is like the most fun movie. I don't know on on a great character. But i don't know if light. It's a good idea to say that. I like hans gruber. Because he's the bag. Who who root for the bad guy you know. But it is allen richtman so yeah he's a great guy he's he's always a great bagai and you think he's a bad guy but then he ends up being good so it's like well not in this one. I think further down line in his later roles. You're like oh. I thought he was bad. But you know he's good. I'm talking about maybe don't but It's you definitely. He's a competent bad guy. He's like a real challenge of a bad guy you know he's like an annoying bad guy that you're just like oh man this guy and then we he's. Yeah he's it's also weird to see that this was his first role and he did amazing for being his first role and yeah pretty wild that he was so confident as a bad guy that been able to be such a good bad guy. Did it so well first time but then he did play an angel dogma so he he can but he kind of play the same role but not really.

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"sir powell" Discussed on The Woody Show

The Woody Show

07:57 min | 11 months ago

"sir powell" Discussed on The Woody Show

"Every commercial you here you got. Vote doesn't look randy did it. He voted for all the wrong stuff. Branch out tax involved. Who will he thought he was doing. The opposite i heard us benches anyway. It's a little fascist terrorist organization. Show now rabies very sensitive to smell. Yup his a phony smells sensory overload. I mean i'm sure there are tons of things but those are the like smells. Bother me but colognes perfumes that now. She wouldn't like this. So there's a famous bookstore in portland oregon powell cities books. Okay sir powell's city of books. It's right there on burnside. It's been there forever. And they are selling new unisex fragrance that lets you smell just like books. Now regulates book. I love boogie. Hates smell so. I'm thinking that she wouldn't like this probably on us. I really enjoy like the smell of the library. Very paper smell. Great you said that. He is Scaled-back wearing cologne. So maybe if you get some of this book cologne the library. Then joe check it out or something like that. Well no. I wear almost no cologne to work because arriving. Yeah because i'm very nice. You're very thoughtful. You wondering crappy gross smelling food exactly You can pre-order it now for twenty five dollars. It'll ship at the end of the month smell. It's all right seems weird. They'll like why would you wanna smell like a library. It smells great being in the library now. Scientists also believe they may have solved the problem of stinky feet realize. The rabi loves trinity breakthrough zinc. Oxide nanoparticle that could be added to socks to keep your odors contained rand treat the bacteria that causes the smell in the first place. You ever wear shoes without socks and they throw my shoes on brooklyn to go. Check the mail like that. Thinks but yeah. I'm not walking around all day right like that. Hal known not watching my stinkers every day. The same way the cbo problem if you do that every day. My feet everyday. How long have we think the dry will you have to leave now. Well yeah every load. I do has two or three sneaks in it and then i just throw those up on the on the rack. You're changing your shoes. Three times a day. Every load of laundry i do has two or three. Usually 'cause it's every couple of days. And then i'll just throw up in the rat but i've got these ones that i have iraq because if you just let them tumble it'll kick the door open right. Yeah i tried that before loud as hell to begin with and then i have like six or seven pair and different colors of these nikes that i like so just rotate. Okay okay with when this might come to the market but hopefully sooner than later and the minute like especially on a plane like somebody kicked their shoes off on nancy. Gross gross menace recommends tracks right. Oh yeah cry. I've never smelled those things but crocs kidding about his house his how shoes dress and his crown riach at the house. Oh i was with everybody else thinking it was a joke. I thought you're kidding. Oh no no no no. Do you go commando in the nightdress. No picture menace miss like nightdresses to the pictures of it. Yeah look at mike ebeneezer. Scrooge looks like candle looking for what's causing the sound asleep and cap on ridiculous. I mean. I don't have any charms though. His breath is raid forgoes. Charred game is not strong. You get a little little things you stick on your crops and the holes little like charge gays. Oh cool accentuate. Yeah i will couple things smell like books and hopefully they have solved the problem of stinky feet two things that i thought maybe might be interested in hear her. Share eight seven seven forty four. You want to the text at us up a to ninety seven. We'll be right back Bill would show dr the latest in entertainment and sports as far as rabies concern. We talked rebound denise jones last week. she's the babysitter from borat. Too and the story was the cheese one of the standouts in borat to. She was recommended by her pastor for what they thought was a documentary and then they found out. You know they'd been duped into this borat movie. There was a go fund. Me started up for her will now. Looks like giannis has a role in an actual movie. G going to play god's right hand angel in reincarnated royal. That sounds like something lifetime. It's described as a quote satirical comedy targeting high profile figures including self-proclaimed mentors of teenage girls and a certain prime. Ceo agenda says quote. It's going to be very entertaining movie. I know the world thinks. I have this angel thing in the bag but it's gonna be very challenging playing the all right speaking of that go fund me. It has raised over one hundred and seventy four thousand and counting cool. Yeah she was out of work in. She was very nice and concern four. I'm not mad at that. So good things happening to a good. Yes all right. Greg cameron you're hdtv guys watches. Well yes do you. Guys remember designed star sure. Yeah i never liked that show. That were they came out with the guy that you hate lennon's the pirate the pirate guy. The guy in everything. David brock said it was one of the first shows that became popular and it ran from two thousand six to twenty thirteen. And it's coming back. It's going to be designed star next gen format designers face off in weekly challenges judges making eliminations until ones left. The winner gets fifty thousand dollars and their own show. And so i did like a little check back in to do the winners of the first show still have a show in the answer's no like they had a show and it ran for like maybe a season to now. The guy is part of some show where the whole room is made out of food. Which i support. Yeah to do is everywhere. Okay well new tattoo. Every five minutes design start next gen is going to premiere sometime next year. It's going to be hosted by allison holker boss from so you think you can dance fun. Fact her husband is twitch who was ellen's dj fact right there so look for that Next year it's been about a year since the season. Two finale of castle rock on hulu and then who has made it official. They are not bringing the show back. It was a stephen king inspired anthology series season. One inspired by rita hayworth in the shawshank redemption and season to start lizzy caplan as a young any will. Who is the psychopath from misery. So that show is done. But there's plenty of stephen king coming at ya including the stance which is going to be on. Cbs all access. Mr mercedes which just moved over to peacock. Hbo max is doing a shining inspired show overlook which looking forward to that and then stephen king has teased a second.

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"sir powell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"sir powell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Com. we have a great trip buddy looking forward to it yes Sir Powell also news ninety three point one. K. F. B. care you know earlier we were talking about sea bees in this national C. B. day right all those national taco day it is it is a national holiday too yeah I have my my my boss at work had me building tire display for one day to take a picture because those national taco day did anything for CBS no okay it's hardy to C. B. unless you could direct route. they didn't have it on the end displays no no no yeah well someone was telling me not all of the believe it or not there is someone was telling us that when you say good buddy you know trying to attend for good buddy right claim that good buddy meant gay but back in the day when they were CB lingo and someone else called said when I I know trucker terms I never heard that yeah I was gonna say that sounds odd you have to think of truck driving for the most part during that day then one of our macho professions out there right manly men doing manly things. road for a long long time yeah on one one. hand you might not think that you know they would have to have some sort of lying you know when your car being that it is a manly and masculine profession right but I have a hard time believing that good buddy because everybody is using good but otherwise there's an entire. so population from your hatred who's practicing behavior we know about one one of the great truck drivers songs it wasn't one of my favorite truck driver sons is a lot of like that but one of the most popular probably the most popular would be other than Dave Dudley with her convoy Riley C. W. that's right. who is heading for bear on one oh about a mile out of town Mrs Big Bend this here's the rubber duck in Alabama this.

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"sir powell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"sir powell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Catalog. feels guys it modeled on new and used books. any smile when they do understand it. did you notice these guys never have no bullshit. and for the millions of people smiling. I would not be mild in the one. damn sure would be smiling. he is known Monday our friend Jackman dogs will be stock com. we have a great trip buddy looking forward to it yes Sir Powell also news ninety three point one. K. F. B. care you.

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"sir powell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

13:03 min | 2 years ago

"sir powell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Well, there's been millions of. Of accounts female accounts. Not me, I got expressed VPN. I'm okay. That's got a Lance Galloway New Jersey, the great W F BJ. Go great, grieving more. Just I do hope that as you lay out your show every every night, and especially thanks to John Carter on the other night who liberty life liberty. And the fact that I said about a year and a half ago when you send me a book liberty and tyranny, I could when you put a show on have it you do it with clarity consistency cohesive, lives, continuity, compassion, and you divide it by two variables common sense and civility. And I believe that bar. He has a slow pace. He's gonna take time and small and he will connect all of them. Just one other thing. Again, I heard people to read the tragedy of the Commons because that's what. Happening on our borders. And they talk about sustainability, and our resources our resources are being depleted, our sustainability of the border is the wonder now, we have to bring extra reserves, and nobody believes it. And now the the free left. It's like they would stop from syndrome to the Goldilocks. If it's not the way they want it will make it a different way. And I thank you very much. I look forward to the new book, you know. I'll tell you what don't hang up. I can't do this forever. But I'll make sure you get a signed copy when it comes out. So don't hang up. We'll get your address, and I much appreciate it. Obviously, I can't do that for the vast majority of people because the publisher wouldn't have it, but you can go to Amazon dot com as I speak and look for unfreedom of the press is going to try and get on freedom of the press the press, but we're going to send it to them. We're going to send it to them. They like free stuff. That's right. Not only do they like free stuff. But I want them to read it, and I'm more than happy to debate them. We have a challenge out tonight to Chuck Todd, right? Mr. producer you emailed their producer challenge out the truck Todd to debate him for thirty minutes. On the Obama administration's espionage against the Trump campaign and transition and to debate him for the next thirty minutes about climate change him. I'm quite serious about this. Let's go to Charlotte, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on the internet. How you Charlotte? Very much for taking my call. I'm doing. All right. I wanted to ask you about the Florus decision. When I looked it up. I got a little confused. My understanding is it was based on a fifteen year old girl who came over here illegally. And she wanted to join her aunt who was living in this country, and she was crying through hell long. And so there was some agreement where can only hold as I recall it happened during the Clinton administration, at least it started there. Yes, they made an agreement. They settle the case. And the judge has signed off on it. That you can only hold you can only detain children. However, that's defined. I believe it's for a twenty day period. And so what's happening now is because the Trump administration started by the Obama administration word got out south of the border. So what was happening is that kids were staying with parents? And if you don't separate them that means you have to release the children and twenty days, and if you don't separate the children for the parents you have to release the whole family. And so that game was being played. And of course, the media doesn't explain this that game was being played. So Jeff Sessions said all right. Well, we're going to put an end to that. And besides we're not sure in every case, if these are really, the parents, you know, it's hard to figure that out because the kids are scared to death. If they're not the children of these adults they're being threatened. You have these coyotes bring these kids in and abusing them. And so you also need to figure that out, but it's hard to figure it out isn't it when when the adult claims to be the parents when the kid claims to be the kid, maybe they're not. But you don't have any evidence. You don't have any proof, and you don't know who to talk to that takes time to sort out. And so I mean, they're practical reasons for this and those who say don't separate the two sometimes they're putting children in harm's way. Sometimes they are facilitating the coyotes are doing you don't hear about that either. It's not just people trying to be mean and harsh and separate children from parents. There's a lot of complex issues going on here. I wanted to add that the four decision was based for unaccompanied minor cities kids coming over with parents. They don't fall in that category of being unaccompanied. So I don't know why. Well, no, it's it's it's the children generally unaccompanied minors. Yes. But also the detention of children. What fall under that, generally? Because I thought that you know, somebody deconstructed reconstructed and apply to families. Now it family to accompany children that it. All right, my friend, and you're doing your research. That's good. He's doing research. All right. Let's go to on here. I gotta to pull it up. I lost the screen hold on. Here we go live TV. Justin cake, Carl Florida, the great WF SX go. Hello. How you what did I say? I was on. Oh, I'm on radio your radio. Hi, how are you today? Thank you. Wanted to call. You tell you that. I really really have always one show. I love this shows. I was young man, you are fascinating. And and so far like, I there one thing to me that that I have found that this wasn't untrue. It it's just. I mean for several even you know, you guys are just the only people all go to. But I do I I wanted to just ask you one question. I've been trying to do my research, and I want to understand something. Now, why why is it that the each president each president we've had whether it's the Clintons, whether it's whether it's doors whether Obama, you know, everybody has done their part and building some type of berry type of order, you know, offensive built certain parts of it. And and I keep trying to figure out. Okay. Who was it that created the Clinton unsigned the creative, though collar policy at what are they suddenly turn around and say, okay. Hey, everything the Trump weren't you? Don't let forget it for the no tolerance policy was set by the president. President and his prior Torney general sessions and now they've come under attack by Republicans. And so they're they're having to re address this issue about separation, but you see the Democrats don't have any solution because they want open borders perfectly happy with chaos. So anytime, you have a system that takes legal immigrants, whatever their age might be and detains them tries to vet them. And then try to remove them you're called inhumane. Unless they get the state here. You're in you, Maine, and that's pretty much what the debate is right now. It's absolutely preposterous. Thank you for your call. Appreciate it. All right. I think they're gonna get killed on this issue. The democrats. I really do. I could be wrong. But I think that's right. Let's go to Greg in Iowa. How are you, sir? Powell ninety two years old grew up in Philadelphia. I've seen a lot of stuff go by and in the twilight of my life. I'm really discouraged. Linski wrote it all down to read. During the war. We when I was in the service, twenty four million Japanese Germans in talian fought against us. And it took us a heck of a long time to win today. Look at the number of of people invading our border. They by far see twenty four million, and we are in a fight for our lives nationally. There's a civil crisis. We have evil Tissot complicit media, ignorant voters, all all contriving to change our democracy. And it's God's gift to us. Who's being trashed we used to take a nose to God the country to sell today, we take note to self and dump the other two is or views as as appropriate. It's a tragedy to tragedy. Republicans Democrats all Americans ought to take note of the fact that we are destroying ourselves. And you are remarkable you said that more beautifully than I could ever say it or write it. I might have met your pop to which you know, what? Really? Yes, sir. His name was Jack Jack Levin for period of time. Did he played a saxophone? No. He didn't play saxophone not that. I'm aware of. Well, I grew up in mount airy, you grew up on the other side of the whistle Hicken grew up in Cheltenham amount area right up on the corner that which they can drive, and I know exactly where it is. We used to go there to some shopping there. We were a little kids. Get our haircuts there. Oh, yeah. I remember Jasser mount airy and. And tell me more about yourself. You intrigue me, well, you're in Iowa. Now, how'd you get diarrhea? Transferred out here in sixty nine. When I when I grew up an interesting thing that YMCA took us down to the US navy yard down on filled. And this is this is the depression and hear all these rusty ships down there and at the time. Britain went to war with with Germany, Joe Kennedy was the emissary to Britain. And Joe Kennedy came to FDR said, you know, the Brits are doomed they're going. They're going out. We have to do something Roosevelt released. Fifty over-aged will were one destroyers near the Lend Lease program. Well, wasn't even on that. He just said you can have them. He didn't go to congress. Didn't do anything by. Edict? He released him, and he ran into a thunderstorm of opposition America. First German-American Blondeau. We had all that garbage around sold around around New York and in nineteen forty we moved to Westfield New Jersey, and we're right in the heart of German American ballooned. I was going to high school. There are coach enlisted in the military. I enlisted and took a war diploma went off to war. Came back went to college under the GI Bill got married in nineteen fifty active reserves in dog on ten days later, I'm called in for Korea. You fought there too. I'm just among the guys who who went sixteen million of us went then. And would we be able to get in a hurry? The number of people that we had then dedicated to the freedom of the United States when I say, we fought twenty four million guys overseas and look look at the cost four hundred thousand people we are in eight mess, and the civil crisis that we're in is just not it's not fathomable. I'm going to have to go because I have a hard break. But Greg I'll tell you what I want to give you a one year subscription to Levin TV and my new book when it turned on it comes out. So don't hang up and the way you talk in reminisce and worried about the future of the country. Do in fact, remind me my father. We'll be right back..

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"sir powell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

13:12 min | 2 years ago

"sir powell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Well, there's been millions of. Of accounts female accounts of not not me. I bet expressed VPN. I'm okay. That's got to Lance Galloway, New Jersey. The great W F BJ. Go grieving. I do hope that as you lay out your show every every night, and especially thanks to John in their car on the other night, liberty life, liberty and Levin, and the fact that I said about a year and a half ago when you send me a book liberty and tyranny, I wouldn't you put a show on have you do it with clarity, consistency, cohesive, continuity, compassion, and you divide it by two variables common civility. And I believe that bar. He had a slow pace. He's going to take time and small and he will connect all of them. Just one other thing. Again, I heard people to read the tragedy of the Commons because that's what's happening on our borders. And they talk about sustainability and resources our resources are being depleted. Our ability border is no longer existed. Now, we have to bring in extra reserves, and nobody believes it. And now the the. It's like the Goldilocks. The way they want. It will make it up a different way. Thank you very much. I look forward to the new book, you know. What don't hang up? I can't do this forever. But I'll make sure you get a signed copy when it comes out. So don't hang up. We'll get your address, and I much appreciate it. Obviously, I can't do that for the vast majority of people because the publisher wouldn't have it, but you can go to Amazon dot com as I speak and look for unfreedom of the press, you know, house is going to try and get on freedom of the press the press, but we're going to send it to them. We're going to send it to them. They like free stuff. That's right. Not only do they like free stuff. But I want them to read it, and I'm more than happy to debate them. We have a challenge out tonight to Chuck Todd, right? Mr. producer, you emailed producer with a challenge out. Chuck Todd to debate him for thirty minutes. On the Obama administration's as being against the Trump campaign and transition and debate him for the next thirty minutes about climate change. I'm quite serious about this. Let's go to Charlotte, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on the internet. How you Charlotte? Thank you very much for taking my call. I'm doing. All right. I wanted to ask you about the Florence decision. When I looked it up. I got a little confused. My understanding it was based on a fifteen year old girl who came over here illegally and she wanted to doing her aunt who was living in this country, and she was crying through held long. And so there was some agreement where can only hold as I recall it happened during the Clinton administration, at least it started there. Yes, they made it agreement. They settle the case. And the judge has signed off on it. That you can only hold. They can only detain children. However, that's defined. I believe it's for a twenty period. And so what's happening now is because the Trump administration started by the Obama administration word got out south of the border. So what was happening is kids were staying with parents? And if you don't separate them that means you have to release the children and twenty days, and if you don't separate the children for the parents you have to release the whole family. And so that game was being played. And of course, the media doesn't explain this that game was being played. So Jeff Sessions said all right. Well, we're going to put an end to that. And besides we're not sure in every case, if these are really, the parents, you know, it's hard to figure that out because the kids are scared to death. If they're not the children of these adults they're being threatened. You have these coyotes bringing these kids in and abusing them. And so you also need to figure that out, but it's hard to figure it out, isn't it? When when the dull claims to be the parents when the Kate claims to be the kid, and maybe they're not. But you don't have any evidence of any proof, and you don't know who to talk to that takes time to sort out. And so I mean, there are practical reasons for this and those who say don't separate the two sometimes they're putting children in harm's way. Sometimes they are facilitating what the coyotes are doing. You don't hear about that either? It's not just people trying to be mean and harsh and separate children from parents. There's a lot of complex issues going on here. I wanted to add that the four decision was based for unaccompanied minor cities kids coming over with parents. They don't fall in that category as being unaccompanied. No, it's it's it's the children generally unaccompanied minors. Yes. But also the detention of children. Would fall under that generally. Thought that, you know, somebody deconstructed reconstructed and blinded the families now supposed- family to accompany children that it. All right, my friend, and you're doing your research. That's good. He's trying to reach research. All right. Let's go to hold on to pull it up. I lost the screen. Hold on. Here. We go live TV. Justin, Cape, Carl Florida, the great WF 'Sekt. Go. Hello. What did I say? I was on. Oh, I'm on radio your radio. Hi, how are you today? Thank you. Call you tell you I really really have of low show. I love their shows. I was on av fascinating. And and four hundred. I there has been one thing for me that I have found that this wasn't untrue. It's just you know, I I mean for some reason, you know, you guys are just building people all good for. But I do source. I wanted to just ask you on question. I've been trying to do my research. And I want to understand something out. Why why is that the H pervent each president? We've had whether it's the Clintons, whether it's whether it's doors whether Obama, you know, everybody has done their part and building some type of berry type of or you know, offense. They've built certain parts of it. And and. Trying to figure out. Okay. That created the Clinton created the Bill Kollar policy. And what are they suddenly turn around and say, hey, everything that Trump were you know, what forget it for the no tolerance policy was set by the president and his prior Torney general sessions. And now they've come under attack by Republicans. And so they're they're having to redress this issue about separation, but you see the Democrats don't have any solution because they went open borders perfectly. Happy with chaos. So anytime, you have a system that takes legal immigrants, whatever their age might be and detains them tries to vet them. And then try to remove them you're called in you main. Unless they get to stay here. You're in you, Maine, and that's pretty much what the debate is right now. It's absolutely preposterous. Thank you for your call. Appreciate it. All right. I think they're going to get killed on this issue. The Democrats I really do wrong. But I think that's right. Let's go to Greg in Iowa. How are you, sir? Powell ninety two years old grew up in Philadelphia. I've seen a lot of stuff go by and in the twilight of my life. I'm really discouraged. Linski wrote it all down to read. During the war. We when I was in the service, twenty four million Japanese, Germans and attell fought against us. And it took us a heck of a long time to win today. Look at the number of of people invading our border. They by far see twenty four million, and we are in a fight for our lives nationally. There's a civil crisis we have evil energetic, complicit media, ignorant voters, all old contriving to change our democracy. And it's God's gift to us is being trashed we used to take a nose to God the country to sell today, we take those herself and dump the other two is or some as as appropriate. It's a tragedy to true tragedy. Republicans Democrats all Americans ought to take note of the fact that we are destroying ourselves. And you are remarkable you said that more beautifully than I could ever say, right? I might have much you're up to it's really. His name was Jack Jack Levin for period of time. And he played a saxophone. No, he didn't play saxophone that that I'm aware of. Well, I grew up in mount airy, you grew up on the other side of the whistle Hicken. Yeah. Grew up in Cheltenham amount area. Right up on the corner that Whitsitt can drive, and I know exactly where it is. We used to go there to some shopping there. We were little kids. Get our haircuts there. Oh, yeah. I remember dancer amount area. And. And tell me little more about yourself. You intrigue me. Well, you're an Iowa. Now. How'd you get transferred out here in sixty nine? When I when I grew up an interesting thing that YMCA took us down to the US navy yard down on Filadelfia. And this is this is during the depression and hear all these rusty ships down there and at that time. Britain went to war with Germany, Joe Kennedy was the emissary to Britain. And Joe Kennedy came to FDR said, you know, the Brits are doomed going going out. We have to do something Roosevelt released. Fifty over-aged were one disorders. Yeah. The Lend Lease program that well wasn't even on that. He just said you can have them. He didn't go to congress. Didn't do anything by. Edict? He released him, and he ran into a thunderstorm of opposition America first, here's German-American blend. We had all that garbage around Philadelphia and around around New York and in nineteen forty we moved to Westfield New Jersey, and we're right in the heart of German American bund. I was going to school. There are coach enlisted in the military. I enlisted and took a war diploma went off to war. Came back went to college under the GI Bill got married in nineteen fifty active reserves in dog on ten days later, I'm called in for Korea. You fought there too. I'm just among the guys who who went sixteen million of us went then. And would we be able to get in a hurry? The number of people that we had then dedicated to the freedom of the United States when I say, we fought twenty four million guys overseas and look look at the cost four hundred thousand people we are in a mess, and the civil crisis that we're in is just not it's not fathomable. I'm going to have to go because I have a hard break. But Greg I'll tell you what I want to give you a one year subscription to Levin TV and my new book when it turned on it comes out. So don't hang up and the way you talk in reminisce and worried about the future the country. You do. In fact, remind me my father. We'll be right back. Traffic.

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"sir powell" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

The Extraordinary Negroes

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"sir powell" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

"It's a throughout their you're going to see plenty it like like i said loops into the air pieces haji haircuts let us sandals sandoz kept up the full roland martin starter kit you will see out there any packs everything is what patria on sir powell what makes patriarch such a in an important component of what it is that we do and how it is that we do we do mr harding well folks patriarch is a lovely way for you are wonderful beautiful moisturised listeners to support the work that we doing and making this podcast happen and also keeping our websi going and is continuing to be black and wonderful out here in two thousand eighteen in the age of entering terrorists it is a way for you to support yeah just keeping the lights on given the website up although the recording in the scheduling and all the acts in things that we used to make this thing this this magic happen it is a way for you to contribute to the cars and not be a racist so is highly recommended that you hada which page on that combacks last extraordinaire negroes in holler at us and help us be great out your us please don't be races give us all your money but i'll seeriously graciously appreciate every donation that's made definitely helps keep everything afloat and like i said earlier or like are always usually try to say if patriotic not true ministry we accept pay powder donations as well it pay pow that me back slash the extra negroes and i think i forgot to say our patriotic count which is patriotic dot com the extraordinary negro so definitely if the spirit moves you put a little change in the collection plate.

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"sir powell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"sir powell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I said you know what the tendency fans come across the state line now do you why yes sir powell would say i'm just when you enroll god place thank you have always wanted to make it the hollywood hollywood alabama let's go to another place a know well memphis justin is up next to henry justin hey paul do good first time caller longtime listener loved the show it's got a question all of your colleagues at pick in tennessee go third or fourth in east bleaching and do so good don't know about the quarterback situation what is the probability that as he might actually win the eats is that is that i am uh by the way i'm in the minority of those uh socalled experts because i think tennessee's grin have a big year of fake goods laying in i don't i don't want to use their win i don't think they're going to win the i think tennessee will surprise and people uh i think the key game is georgia at home i think if they can turn that game uh got a chance and on the ladder um how many games does butch have to win in order to keep his job i really don't think that's a that's a burning issue um okay i think as long as he has a pretty decent season a what's a decent season as your seven eight wins to me is not great but it's certainly not too embarrassment so to me eight wins a gets him out of any issues and i i'm not really sure up.

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