19 Burst results for "Stephen Steve"

The Samurai Porn Murder

Ghost Town

06:19 min | 11 months ago

The Samurai Porn Murder

"On june. First two thousand. Ten stephen clancy hill also known by his stage name. Steve driver attacked several co-workers with the prop samurai sword attacking several wounding two and killing actor. Herbert hin wong also known by his stage name. Thom dong in van nuys california. This is the story of the samurai porn murders which is not the official name. Oh my god. This is everything. The valley samurai swords porn at the acting. The acting culture the real acting culture in l. a. gone horribly wrong. i can't wait. This was a subject i wanted to do earlier in the year. Opted not to based on the hotbed of los angeles. And i just didn't feel like getting into something. This strange and sad when ellie was in such an upheaval and i just chose not to put that out into the world. Even though i put other things out into the world via this podcast. sure. I just wasn't feeling it but i was kind of excited to discuss it. Yeah well it's a new year. New ballgame new weirdness. I'm ready for it. Stephen steve driver tom. Tom dong the stage named as they would like to be called in an entertainment context which we are. They were known as mopus. What is a mope. I'm assuming from what i've gathered that it's men that kind of hang around and mope around porn studios hoping to kind of get work. Well i've never heard this. I thought it was an acronym lake men on people everywhere like like the. I don't know. I don't know what i thought. It was the porn industry. And it's you think like oh this is. It's easy anyone could do this. It's really not and have a history from doing a different podcast where i've interviewed conversations with a lot of adult stars not necessarily about the sex part of it because that's pretty evident but personal lives. Would it was like how it affected their relationships and their families and what people thought and what it kind of takes to sustain it and it's very difficult industry and you can't just walk in do it m- although i mean if you're comparing it to being an astronaut maybe you have to jump through a lot less hoops. Yeah i think and again for my very limited time in sex work in people who worked in porn or worked in the sex industry for a limited time like there things. You don't like myself included. What is a mope. I don't know there are things that you don't consider. There's a culture around it that's both all enveloping an stigmatizing and like think about all the times that you're in a sexual situation and all the pressure that's put on to begin with in a personal sexual situation. Now add a bunch of other people time and money invested in your performance. Like it's fucking hard. It's it's difficult to end when you have people that are on the bottom end of that. The bottom of that ladder which you think this ladder is already a bottom. Depending on people's views about sex work the adult movie industry or the adults adult industry general. It's into be at the bottom of that. It's gotta be it's gotta be kinda tough so you have to be the kind of person that is waiting in the wings essentially to wait in the wings. Yeah for sure and also men's specifically in and again. I want to just acknowledge sex. Industry is run by men for like every type of structure of the top of it in the adult industry again. Please prove me wrong. I would love to hear. That is a man but to be a man in porn is like a tier. You don't get paid as much you're not needed as much like hangers on on a porn set gape wants a little bit different to even gotten there yet but that is you have to be very specific type of person like you said to do that and want to do that and just like show up to do that. I guess. Full disclosure uncomfortable for some reason with and that's fine if you are adult movies sex work. That's not important to the story. I'm not getting into too much detail with that. There's plenty of other strangeness. So just just want to warn people. You know me like i keep pretty square. Jason does not he. He's not going to give you the discuss details that maybe you desire or come back next week and you'll get some dirty details if you don't desire them. You're in a good place. I it's really not integral to the story but when this gets picked up by news outlets and you know it really it really umbrellas like what's going on. So it's it's part of the story but it's not important to it and i won't be getting into too much detail although i could the certain things i probably could get into but it's not important to the story so i'm just leaving it out and that's for you to kind of check out if you want to. But in case you're you're sensibilities are wherever they're at a new year's resolution that you don't wanna hear no samurai literature. We're not samurai stuff will stay. Okay okay if you are if you made a resolution that's short. Stop listening now. Steve driver. Tom dong they appeared in several movies together as mopus and they will see here. In the movie as the mope the turmoil is is not part of the movie itself. And that's just what you are. It's okay so you're just an actor in the movie but you are known as a mope until they like. Hey come over here. Yeah we need you to whatever we need them might be able to do. Maybe it's something sexual. Maybe it's an extra like a weird scene yet. Something like that. But they were known as the jackie chan and chris tucker of porn

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The Samurai Porn Murder

Ghost Town

06:19 min | 11 months ago

The Samurai Porn Murder

"On june. First two thousand. Ten stephen clancy hill also known by his stage name. Steve driver attacked several co-workers with the prop samurai sword attacking several wounding two and killing actor. Herbert hin wong also known by his stage name. Thom dong in van nuys california. This is the story of the samurai porn murders which is not the official name. Oh my god. This is everything. The valley samurai swords porn at the acting. The acting culture the real acting culture in l. a. gone horribly wrong. i can't wait. This was a subject i wanted to do earlier in the year. Opted not to based on the hotbed of los angeles. And i just didn't feel like getting into something. This strange and sad when ellie was in such an upheaval and i just chose not to put that out into the world. Even though i put other things out into the world via this podcast. sure. I just wasn't feeling it but i was kind of excited to discuss it. Yeah well it's a new year. New ballgame new weirdness. I'm ready for it. Stephen steve driver tom. Tom dong the stage named as they would like to be called in an entertainment context which we are. They were known as mopus. What is a mope. I'm assuming from what i've gathered that it's men that kind of hang around and mope around porn studios hoping to kind of get work. Well i've never heard this. I thought it was an acronym lake men on people everywhere like like the. I don't know. I don't know what i thought. It was the porn industry. And it's you think like oh this is. It's easy anyone could do this. It's really not and have a history from doing a different podcast where i've interviewed conversations with a lot of adult stars not necessarily about the sex part of it because that's pretty evident but personal lives. Would it was like how it affected their relationships and their families and what people thought and what it kind of takes to sustain it and it's very difficult industry and you can't just walk in do it m- although i mean if you're comparing it to being an astronaut maybe you have to jump through a lot less hoops. Yeah i think and again for my very limited time in sex work in people who worked in porn or worked in the sex industry for a limited time like there things. You don't like myself included. What is a mope. I don't know there are things that you don't consider. There's a culture around it that's both all enveloping an stigmatizing and like think about all the times that you're in a sexual situation and all the pressure that's put on to begin with in a personal sexual situation. Now add a bunch of other people time and money invested in your performance. Like it's fucking hard. It's it's difficult to end when you have people that are on the bottom end of that. The bottom of that ladder which you think this ladder is already a bottom. Depending on people's views about sex work the adult movie industry or the adults adult industry general. It's into be at the bottom of that. It's gotta be it's gotta be kinda tough so you have to be the kind of person that is waiting in the wings essentially to wait in the wings. Yeah for sure and also men's specifically in and again. I want to just acknowledge sex. Industry is run by men for like every type of structure of the top of it in the adult industry again. Please prove me wrong. I would love to hear. That is a man but to be a man in porn is like a tier. You don't get paid as much you're not needed as much like hangers on on a porn set gape wants a little bit different to even gotten there yet but that is you have to be very specific type of person like you said to do that and want to do that and just like show up to do that. I guess. Full disclosure uncomfortable for some reason with and that's fine if you are adult movies sex work. That's not important to the story. I'm not getting into too much detail with that. There's plenty of other strangeness. So just just want to warn people. You know me like i keep pretty square. Jason does not he. He's not going to give you the discuss details that maybe you desire or come back next week and you'll get some dirty details if you don't desire them. You're in a good place. I it's really not integral to the story but when this gets picked up by news outlets and you know it really it really umbrellas like what's going on. So it's it's part of the story but it's not important to it and i won't be getting into too much detail although i could the certain things i probably could get into but it's not important to the story so i'm just leaving it out and that's for you to kind of check out if you want to. But in case you're you're sensibilities are wherever they're at a new year's resolution that you don't wanna hear no samurai literature. We're not samurai stuff will stay. Okay okay if you are if you made a resolution that's short. Stop listening now. Steve driver. Tom dong they appeared in several movies together as mopus and they will see here. In the movie as the mope the turmoil is is not part of the movie itself. And that's just what you are. It's okay so you're just an actor in the movie but you are known as a mope until they like. Hey come over here. Yeah we need you to whatever we need them might be able to do. Maybe it's something sexual. Maybe it's an extra like a weird scene yet. Something like that. But they were known as the jackie chan and chris tucker of porn

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"stephen steve" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"So i acted phoolan on the clintons and they brought all the cleansing equipment. I still didn't mike. Okay show me how this. Yeah that's gonna wash dishes. Well the kid. Oh my god okay i. I bought a doll from selma mansion. When i was there. Yeah and i picture of No i usually don't bring things home from places but one place. I did the first time. I went to Mounts ville i took one of the inmate. Count sheets and brought home My is corrections. At the time. I was actually i was still working in corrections. So i'm like wow. This is pretty cool and it'd be a good souvenir and no. It's sitting a box on my. Oh my god you to take pieces of paper from places homey liable if something happens. Just an ingesting okay. So don't mess with this shirt and until the plastic off on my Stephen steve is the worst. We've pushed to con- just a bit f with me right now. I know i didn't do. Oh leaflets he started funded. Yeah if i decided him. it's a bashing minute. make sure i have with plastic. Oh boy i'll make sure i move into their screen. Protector off their phone. I know people that do that to.

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"stephen steve" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Podcast add comedy podcast and you've had some really cool people that you've had conversations with one of which was Stephen Colbert and you guys talked reminisced a little bit about. Your guys time at the second city and one of the things that stood out to me was when he was talking about a moment and he was with you performing of when he realized that this is what he wanted to do for the rest of his life and I wanted to this is not about Stephen Colbert. This is about David Rozanski this episode. So I wanted to ask you. If you guys want to hear about that moment, go to David podcast add comedy thousand but wanted to ask you dave has there been a moment or series of moments or all your life that have just lead you think this is what I called to do and what I WANNA do for the rest of my life I remember and I remember I remember when I was a kid. I think I was I was might have been ten eleven twelve. Thirteen or fourteen or something a teenager and I remember thinking to myself. This is what I want. I don't know how this came up, but I WANNA make Vincent People's lives. That's what I wanted to do. That was the focus it wasn't that I want to be a teacher I wanted I wanna make a I wanted to make a difference in people's lives. Now, hanging out with all these people have become a list actors. They always knew what they wanted to do Stephen Steve Carell always knew that he wanted to be a movie star. Jackie. Hoffman always wanted to be a Broadway actress Steve Carell, always, I'm seek Oban always wanted to be Steve Colbert and that's what he became. So I was going through a lot of what am I doing on this planet? Why am I here? What I realized when I started doing an improvisation was I found people that were working that I was able to work. With I, found people who we altogether influence each other. We made a difference in each other's lives and as I started a feeling that I started to be drawn to a lot of teachers Improv, teachers who were teaching Improv at that time, they were teaching theatre at that time. Because that's who taught Improv of and one of the people that I came across was a guy named Martin the late Martin too much and what Martin had was a Martin had a a philosophical spiritual bend to what it was that he was doing asked time went on I started follow down that spiritual trail until I hit a book I know us by when I started working at the second. Second City. I was thinking I need something else. I came across a book called a Buddhism played in simple by a guy named Steve Hagen and what I realized was that was the best improv written by who has no idea that they wrote an Improv book. But it was it hit me at a certain place where it's like this is what I've been looking for. I've been looking for that intersection between spirituality and improvisation and what you realize as you keep doing this, you realize that all improvisation is Buddhism and it's just a matter of being present in the moment that you're dealing with and when you're talking about standup, it's the same sort of thing except you've got, you've got you've got you've got your ten minutes or five minutes or seven minutes or whatever it's going to. Be You are no more alive and president and alert than when you are trying new material out and you're listening to everything that.

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"stephen steve" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"My daughter lives and son alone. They live in Delray. So I love without there, you know when we were able to travel a little bit We're down there way met you when you and Jody came over. Really Tell me when we meet when you're back. We talk music a little bit. I listen to your w A b c 77 Behave. You see when I was 12, I 1964 good years for music. Oh, great ear for music, and we've all grown beautifully together like wide so cousin Stephen Steve, What is your wife's name? Rene. Tell Rene I say, my love. What would you do that? I think you're high. Rene. I'm so glad you got a high, sweetheart. How are you? Thank you. Isn't this nice? We're all back together where I've been all right. Okay. Close friends of your daughter, Mary and her husband done way wanted to dedicate a song to them. Sure what's known what's on their upcoming 18th anniversary October 5th. I don't get through. Next time I try to call What song? Give me You introduce her. Come on, Mike. I'll never find another you by the Seeker's 19. Eyes, D'oh! Wait. It's you. I don't know. I love them Good voices seekers for you. Hey, everybody. Cousin Brucie here, Right here on music Radio 77 Single WNBC. Good deal. Well, I got to tell you, Jodi and I have been very involved in an organization non for profit organizations. I mean, everybody should have you know something that they get involved with. This time in our lives. Listen, you have some time on your hands, right? Think about how you can help your neighbor how you can help other people. This is the time of our lives, because if they do it well, we've been involved with my face. For many, many years we've had meetings at our house with these young people, Children, some of them some of them young adults. They all suffer from one situation. But you know, I don't like to use the word suffer because these are amazing. Amazing folks. They are so amazing. They have cranial facial conditions. Now, what does that mean? You face doesn't look like what we call a normal face. It's different. Is there anything really different in this world? We think so. But you know something, would you get to know somebody with a cranial facial disorder or another handicap? And aren't really different long is that heart and soul was right. And thes people is so so bright. I love these people. So does Jody. Well, anyway, we're trying to raise some money for them because This is a very crucial time, and I'd hate to see anything happen to these people really take care of kids and young adults and adults with cranial facial conditions. And this because I say can happen from genetics. Right porn with it. You know, you didn't ask for it or a government in exile and a lot of you. I'm sure maybe know people that have this condition and you know, having a face that's a little different. Is a tough thing. You walk into a room? The first thing you look at the face, so can you imagine if you face is kind of different what happens so we help him? We help them with surgery. We help them. We helped the families and they get together. They speak to each other, and they're wonderful. So anyway, they're doing something called races for faces. I'm trying to help him and Jody and I just put our heart and souls in this organization, please. No. Here's what you do. Join team Brucie if you will, and cousins on them asking It's for $3.5, dollars. 10 20 whatever you can afford. I don't want to stretch. You don't do that. I don't want to stretch but this if everybody listened to me sent into bucks, do you know what that would mean? All my would be great. Races for faces is coming up. It's coming up. Let's see Saturday, September 26. It's going to be a virtual Everything is virtual today, right? Just about everything for Jamal, Virtual Jamie that word..

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"stephen steve" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on KOMO

"Like call for them to the ground this is a journalist and a price does a press pass in a push into the grass was also a police shooting which chief of department Terence Monahan says was unrelated to the protests involving a man with a gun in the president have been critical of the chaos of the city and want to send in the National Guard Julie Walker in New York sources say Attorney General bill Barr personally ordered the expansion of the security perimeter around Lafayette park Monday evening just before the president visited St John's Episcopal Church Catherine folders A. B. C. news correspondent on Capitol Hills with me on the come on whose line Catherine that little stroll by the president's and bar and others has generated quite a bit of controversy over the last day or two yeah sure having you thought it happening on Monday two days ago when that when the city was under that kind of clock up close viewing more learning from March fourth twenty from a bar a personally ordered this expansion of the security perimeter around wifi at park that park right outside of the White House it now what what officials are really not that that wasn't directly related to the president's role across the park G. will they charge their their insisting that the case but what other forces and wet weather in Washington and across the country have expressed outrage with was where the tactics that were used and really why this was happening before the curfew was in effect and you know what the tactics that were used also on the switch gears really quickly here Stephen Steve king the a nine term Iowa congressman apparently going down to defeat the state senator Randy Feenstra can become a somewhat of a bipartisan outcast leading guy and Democrats and Republicans they're both happy about about his walking I wanted to cancel out early from the Republican Party here in Washington after he made a comment about a white supremacist and twenty nineteen he was stripped of his committee assignments so you know this morning early this morning those on both sides of the aisle Democrats and Republicans are are breaking up all right Catherine thanks so much for the update Catherine folders on Capitol Hill joining us on the common.

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"stephen steve" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A group of hippos is called a blocked a blow to of hippos fiction. I'm playing properly today because you find me. Vanderbilt I'm guessing someone was bloated today any made about okay. well I'm gonna say it's a fact Dave. what you are you listening. listening to I'm sorry it was listed at Nagy okay a group of hippos is called a blowout factor fiction that is if that is fiction okay. I'm going fact. that is a fact it. Stephen Steve get it done listen I thought this was just a stereo type because you know they have bows are look like they're bloated so I thought that's where that came maybe should drop all the stereotypes you have in your head they're just phoned actually it's as big bonuses what fits right Steve such a pretty have a we are of a bonus will give me one more okay let's see. the linked in the bottom of your pocket has a name not as and it is called. good near. and you are our GNU are that's a stupid that's gonna affect word I. that this that thing whatever had that object has the name no it excellent in your belly button I think that one has a name. Craxi factor fiction I'm gonna go with fiction on this one okay mereka I'm going with fiction. I'm going..

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"stephen steve" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The daily dot TV we've had dogs all our lives and we love alone we rescued our current little powder puff from the shelter it seems he has no idea how to play I feel bad he doesn't have any interest in toys is he's sad from Betty in Florida thank you for writing that he and Betty did right Stephen Steve Dale dot TV I don't think your dog is sad Betty I mean you know dogs are for that matter probably people don't know what they don't have right having said that you would be great if your dog can place I want to want to tell you some secret first of all I don't know why your dog isn't it could be that your dog never had that opportunity that's most likely the case you probably don't know the history behind your dog but yes dogs can learn to play and it would it would be nice to be a good thing I mean dogs live for some dogs love to play and it sounds like you have a very small dog here and especially small dogs arguably live to play especially was squeaky toys right so I'd get some squeaking twice not big ones when I want to scare the dog in don't pull out the tori goes squeak squeak in front of the of the dog's face the best time to teach a dog to play think about it now is when the dogs are ready in that mode and when might that be when you come home so what I would do is keep a squeaky toy on a table or desk chair near where you're Doris and when you come home after being away not for five minutes but after being away a couple of hours your dog is so excited right happy to see you that would be the time where I'd say that's a you know kind of squat down or bend down take that toy and say let's play and you know what this sounds crazy but act like a dog there have been studies or at least one study that actually suggested when you wiggle your rear end like a dog dog kind of get that and and when you raise your voice a little and are excited as excited as the dog but don't go overboard that may scare the dog then your dog is most likely to play at that time and when I say act like a dog you don't need to bark don't do that you don't need to growl really don't do that just have fun and if you're having fun it is more likely your dog will pick up on that as well you can email your questions to Steve at Steven Dale that TV coming up next a conversation about.

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"stephen steve" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Let's go to Josh Alava. Stephen talked to me, Josh what's up. Stephen war eagle. The push. And I wanted to ask was if Cam news in can get healthy and he can elevate his game performance. What do the Carolina Panthers need to do to get back to the Super Bowl and actually win it this year? Well, I think that he has to improve with his accuracy as a pass which he did last season. And they've got to have the requisite weapons. I think their defense is going to be fine. They just drafted this kid burns out of Florida's status and edgy Russia. The grabbed him at sixteenth. I believe if I remember correctly. I don't think that's a bad pick. But they're going to have to be effective offense pulling with their passing attack in order to really make some things running. You've got Christian McCaffrey. Or you could also make the argument they need a power on the two as well. Because Christian McCaffrey is a dual threat he can catch passes out of the backfield. He can run actively. But he's not an every down back. There's going to be capable of taking that kind of punishment that you're going to need him a taking that's really really problematic. And so I'll look at it from that perspective. And I'll say excuse me. I don't know what's going to happen. And then we'll have to wait and see appreciate the call it at eight say ESPN. Let's go to Brent real quick you live, Stephen they go ahead. Hey, yo what's up, man? Okay. So here's my thing. I'm a Redskins fan. We got Haskins. Okay. Now. I don't know how it happened. But you know, to defend the giant we would've taken we would've taken Jones down there from Duke because he was probably the second best quarterback. I mean Haskins clearly is the first the guy they take first decent guy going to do a good job. But you know, I just you know, they wanted that guy. They wanted him everybody talks about the good old boy system, the NFL's a good old boy system. Why didn't the risk is have to pay to get there? You know to move up to get him. I'm really concerned about then have to pay because a lot of people had questions about Haskins. But I think he's going to make them regret it. I appreciate the call, man. Thank you. David. You lava Stephen real quick, David. Go ahead. Stephen Steve day, real quick, brother. I just love what you do and about here legislature to check this out real quick. The brother has an issue child abuse is an issue is should be investigated as you said child protective services, you do that. And then whatever the outcome is Stephen is from some of the media, maybe not all. It should be viewed as the brother has a problem. The brother needs treatment, the brother should maybe step out like you said for year would be out for a year, but treatment should be sought. Here. But we're here's my problem. Here's my problem. Yes, he should receive treatment. Yes. If he's guilty of such a thing he needs help. But I don't wanna hear that today. Bro. Because you sound like you have more of a sympathetic towards him than the child. And I'm not saying that's how you feel. I'm saying that how comes across the first thing we should be feeling is rage towards a human being a grown s man that would put his hands like literally punched the chess or break to arm over three yield. If that is true. If that is case, that's the first thing we should have a problem with it shouldn't be oh, he needs treatment hell would him if he's guilty of that. At least initially now when we call them down, and the anger subsides, and we make sure that the welfare of the child has been secured, then you could come to me with that. But I don't wanna hear that before. I hear about the wellbeing of the child because the child is the victim here. Not tyreek hill assuming he's guilty of what they alleged he's guilty of. I gotta get on outta here. Hope Joel enjoyed the show a holiday Monday until then. Piece of love everybody. Enjoy dash just a sample of what you hear on the Stephen swift show, weekdays at one PM eastern on ESPN radio and the ESPN app..

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"stephen steve" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

16:45 min | 2 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on KTRH

"H. Welcome back. Steve Mira, your focus sorta changed in nineteen Ninety-six when you started working on a haunted house case that became a book. Tell me about the case what changed for you. And what the evidence was. Absolutely. I mean for for about sixteen years I worked for corporate companies on a confidential basis. The United Kingdom. I'm not involved. A lot of. Officers and companies and businesses which were hardly England usual disturbances, and I'm not was because they didn't know how to deal with the managerial level, and obviously, well, how could was contacted initially by the ministry of December. Regarding one of that buildings in bunches, which we're having some disturbances, and what we realized I quickly is I became a managerial issue because stop wouldn't work and sits in places at the building. And also, they would work pasta certain hour of the night, and they're very legitimate regarding their experiences, they will phenomena taking place, but what was very interesting. The witnesses with seeing balls of light of life, traveling around the building intelligence say through open doorway. Light. We're only witnessed by many people back I'm recorded on by on CD TV Campbell offices, they decisive as basketball size, why balls of life. Rich was silence. We're seeing moving down Colorado's rooms, I'm not really interesting because it wasn't a time of life, especially because what we've seen in the night sky is possibly have many pools of life seen over Mexico. And I'm found how obvious. Identify who's flying object. Because these things for base, a why would they be associated with the power noble disturbances inside the building? And that's all really caught me because a connection between he's phenomena. So the ministry of defence is among the parties that were asking you for help in this were you able to help them. I love what we actually managed today was a the the building had a lot of natural. Would you be generated by quipping? We might bring down the about the is because of the way it was laid out the offices. They did. Okay. Applaud out of. Williams due to redesign the officers on the equipment. What was there was a lotta history of these buildings. There was probable things taking place. I look 'cause nobody nobody Joey back leave and say we can get rid of it. I. At the end of the day. It was all about dealing with the people who have those experts isn't how to money so we decided to coach a call about. How's the daily caller noble? Ready for the next seventeen years the corporate companies, including the London the I d I I'm the criminal investigation department. Well around the UK. I'm a major something outlet. Mm hotel even old Reynolds thing. Very interesting. What? Yes, there was certainly a lot of things taking place. I'm surprised me. How she's actually ghosts too long? No, I'm not the general. Businesses. They don't want. This information out. Not the end of the day. We ended up working for five years solid for housing associations because people were recalled since things happening strange this buildings around the UK, which they were on a call. Gold for a business that wants to back home. So obviously we designed to Pensacola. How to manage the situations? I go to the media and causes problems for the company on those devolve house field with the witnesses. When the hobbies that says is how because on the top of our list was that could say how they are. And how they how they reacted its dominance. So, but we will certainly see this. We had apple pensions. Take place mostly within the field of apologizing for stations. But we went looking very lucky the monies to analyze I I mean, this was inside a mall not replaced on the size and completely dissipated. And return don't say over about an hour and a half lay stuff in the most obvious and we managed to analyze I. Older books, which was kind of a normal book. As a set. My own the microscope through several tally down, we realized cooked. Like we have to question. How is the book disappeared? Really? Then both research looks this on ways to say. It was the saggy. Seen as evidence to show reaction. Thank them. We didn't miss smoke. Now the records. You saw some fish. Quick out the monetization of USO, sometimes close to the ground is affect some Plum. I'm show to see dot reaction taking place. I would say from the evidence that we look how. Most all the manifestation of a USO clinched the ground sexy mcgibbon pretty say physics. That's involved. I'm not was kind of a new bit sick. Now. Phenomena. We'll come back to the mechanism that you describe in a bit Barrio one ask you, you know, what we chatted in in Los Angeles earlier this year. I mentioned the an an I realize you had have had the same observation. You know, you got ghost people who don't like the UFO people and UFO people don't like the big foot people, and none of them like the crop circle people and everybody has their niche, and they don't want to talk to the other groups was that the way it was for you in terms of your your view of you photos that part of the mystery. Initially away at the beginning. Yes. You know? And I would not have seen the connection with with CFO's and everything else. And in my early days, it was only through experience. The I was able to start to see these connections and. And that was actually quite profound to see these connections and also coming from from my research path into and two aspects of of an understanding our mythology or folklore on on on our ancestors analyzing texts that were left behind from our ancestors. We started to see commonalities that they were experiencing that were you could quite easily make without across to a present day encounter with a UFO. Even even from from the the aspect of of mutilations, and because they mutilations were happening here in Ireland where before nineteen forty five. And and in fact, there's there's there's quite I believe you interviewed and average guys are determined Butler and column Nali in regards their book the circle of deceit, which speaks of a fireman the north of the country. We're one particular farmer has lost over five hundred head of his lifestock. And and he's getting nuances to this whatsoever in very unusual circumstances. And so these things are still still going on. But our ancestors, they weren't experiencing these things as well. And then whenever I started pulling oldest together, and we started. Met up Stephen Steve came to Ireland. And I brought Steve to one of the locations that that historically was known as one of these doorways to this other place, the timing that Steve had hurt me. So many times timing is essential timing is everything. And and I watched the state of a mountain to get to this place. And then and low behold, we descended into this this this cavern, and and and on a return to the surface. That's whenever we had the experience someone from inside that cavern spoke to us while the cameras were rolling and on spoke to us in a language that we did not recognize and and again, it comes back to timing on something that our ancestors had experienced. Hundreds of thousands of years before and seeing this connection, and an understanding that the mask continually changed and was was a huge wakeup call for me because then I started to look at other phenomena and within within the fetus, and such as as a nighttime attacks the reasons that the nighttime attacks were happening, and I have experienced the nighttimes attacks myself, and this is one of the things when you start studying this particular phenomenon and almost like the old the old the old saying don't staring into the abyss 'cause they expect that is what was happening on on attracted the attention of these particular nighttime attacks but having hold on a second nighttime attacks like what kind of attacks. What do you mean? These these when when are we talk with nighttime attacks? I mean, as the these creatures that were double that will come to your to your the sanctity of your bedroom. And and I'm before before they they move toward the person. You're you're hit with this particular collection, which account move. And a lot of people would say today that they were painted with the same brush and say, oh, well, that's that's just a paralysis sleep paralysis. But this is not the case. This was something very separate on. We shouldn't. We shouldn't make the mistake of saying sleep paralysis is the same as nighttime attacks. They are not they are very very different during this particular attack. Whenever this person this entity had Cam toward me. And that I was understanding what was happening at that particular time. I was able to analyze enough to understand on through uptick a process we have been able to see connections. Between this particular phenomenal within the paranormal this nighttime attack on what was happening in particular to our two. The females of the human species and nineteen nine times out of ten della tech, the females more so than the meals, and and that comes down to one just one particular component is iron. Iron is the key thing within our blood that they cannot attack wins at regular levels. They attacked the women during the monthly cycles when they become Nemec. This is something that we also saw make reading across into your fall. And this was this was a huge breakthrough for forest, but again, this is something that our ancestors Mottaki but for centuries ago, they knew that iron at self in in in in in in its core. And disrupt on keep away and elements of let's say, for instance, from an Irish perspective the ferry, and I know that that in the modern age we've got this idea of ferry. Tinkerbell and stuff like that. But that's that's nothing of to what they actually are. But the iron the element of iron was the thing that kept them away. And and this this iron has a way of of of interfering if we wear the iron of the talisman Francis, and it can interfere during an adoption scenario, and and stop the shutdown of the bombing to the fact that we can't move and as long as us that freedom to move. I'm when we move what happens to a human when he's when they're a freeze on someone is in the room. We become dangerous. And that in itself is a component which are afraid of when they come through to try and do what they do. Over the course of the plenty of what they've been doing. But iron was the key point. And I'm down in the south a low to stand to migrate that information across into the US will investigators training course, because this particular course, that we've developed Stephen out Philip is exceptionally extensive and box. What we do is. We address this aspect of the researcher understand what our bodies do because nobody else was dealing with this particular aspect we needed to look after our sales. First of all we need to understand the dangers. That are involved are dangerous involved with investigating this particular field because of many different aspects. It's not just you following. It's right across the board. So understanding that there was a conscious connection and everything else was something that really status on the path to where we were going, but we needed to understand. Biologically who we were what we can do. Aspect of her Balaji were being manipulated to allow them to do what they did to us. It's also geographical a Steve I think you were telling me in Los Angeles that you can you figured out a way to identify hotspots or places where this is more likely to occur. Can you describe the mechanism? Absolutely, absolutely. Yes. He would seem. I mean, we we did some research he's in back in the nineteen eighties. And also known as Colonel Philip call. So who gave reference ninety nine hundred to the US government actually focusing on several magnetic anomalies in connection to the UFO phenomena, conducting surveys research and traveling around the world. I realize they quickly a lot of major documentaries. For them taking place. Areas of positive magnetic anomaly, but what was also interesting services as you know, only common phenomena. How you connected, but was also citing factors restraints creature. Pixel the junk man, you it. In Dallas particular areas. And we don't think about five chance we listed thousands of different cases worldwide now, so what we've done is we visited these locations and put them on a witness phenomena. As these objects have appeared aimed those locations is definitely a connection with you. I'm these causative magnetic anomaly, which is situated all that will. I'm sorry that I don't know the answer to this already. But do these do they shift? Do they location shift in time? Or they always stay the same. Disney. Tend to tend to be.

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"stephen steve" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For twenty thirty years will cost more certainly down the road. Do you have a plan for that? That is all part of the exclusive Fullerton four point checkup. So that's what we're talking about having an actual plan a written plan in place for you. And your spouse if you're married, and that's we're going to talk about right now. Stephanie, I think it's always an interesting dynamic in that. I think when Stephen Steve junior go hunting, my guess is you don't go with them. Hey, you better believe there's no way. No way. Well, the good thing is you've never been caught down in a canyon. And it had that send helicopters out to save, you know, but my son has. And it all worked out. Well. Another show another topic. Exactly. So what I'm saying though, is that when people come in and sit down with you, maybe they're on the same page. I'm talking husband and wife, right? We've got a couple become in. They're excited about retirement, and they can't wait to go travel and take the river cruise in Germany, or whatever it is that they dream of doing getting the RV and traveling the country, whatever it is they're on the same page. How often do the couples that come in and sit down with you are they all in on the same page or sometimes one wants to travel. The other wants to go play golf and say why enjoy your trip? Honey, I'm going to go play off. I'll see you when you get back. Well, I tell you I I don't know the really the percent. But I will I will say it's probably pretty high that that there's typically two different thoughts about retirement. I mean, even for Stephen, I even though retirement is many years out. We look at retirement different. I mean, we have common goals we want to travel. You know, we both love given to the. Community, and we're very charity minded, but also know this my husband in retirement, he will find great enjoyment in fishing now. I don't get fishing. I don't understand how my husband and my son can go fishing all day long in a boat. Not say a word to each other. Maybe catch something maybe not. But they're thinking why does mom wanted? Just go sit on the beach. What what does she accomplish? Exactly. Yeah. No, you're right. My husband doesn't understand how I can go shopping and find it enjoyable just looking at things like that is just so boring. Get in get what you want and get out, and I'm kinda disabled with it comes to fishing. I remember I had a couple come in one day and they're preparing for retirement, and as we were making a list of all their assets and all of their different types of properties and things of that nature. I remember them talking about they had had this house that way. Had been given to them from a parrot. You know, they hit inherited and it was back east. And I remember the look on the wife's face when the husband said to her. Yeah, I'm retirement. What what I like to do is? I think what we're going to go back and we'll spend half the summer there, and we'll spend the winters here. And what we're gonna do is we're going to fix this house up, and they had like a little lake and we're gonna I'm gonna fish bring grandkids back there. I remember the unwise face like actually, actually just dropping. And she goes you ever even talk to me about this. Like, I was under the assumption that we would fix it up. We would sell it. You know? I don't want to spend my summers back in that hot, humid. Mosquito type of weather. I rather go on the west coast where our grandkids live and spend time with them there. And there was such a disconnect, and you know, Mark, I will often say, well, okay. Should step out for a few minutes because I'm not a counselor. You know, but that's my job not a counselor. But. My job is to sit. And listen. Okay. Here are the things that you know, my clients are potential clients are saying that they what where do we find the happy medium? And then we begin to plan for it. And you know, the one thing that I really recommend against is waiting until retirement. And then trying to figure out what you're going to do. And what it looks like I recommend that you begin sitting down with someone like ourselves five six seven ten years out of possible. It's never too early. It's never too late. And really make sure you're on the same page see for this couple really the solution was okay. If he truly wants to go back east and spend a couple months back there do that. But maybe not live there. Like he thought he wanted to do. So there was some compromise that needed to happen. But it was good that they did wait until retirement of figure out that they were on two different pages. I was able to help them kind of. Get on the same page with some common goals. Eight hundred nine four seven nine five twenty two if he likes to now is Stephanie and the team at Fullerton financial to talk about what you're going to spend think of this. If you have fifty two weeks in a year, and you get a two week vacation, hopefully, you get four, but for math purposes, for my sake, we're going to say you get two weeks vacation. So that's fifty weeks forty hours a week. That's two thousand hours you have to replace with what you're going to do in retirement, you're not going to work anymore. So what are you going to do with those two thousand new hours you have and you've got to create something to do in their Stephanie? The team have been helping people for an awful long time started the company in two thousand four so they've heard all the stories they know and every once in a while there'll be a new story for sure, but a lot of times are pretty similar situations. So Stephanie and the team have the experience to help guide you when it comes to this point eight hundred nine four seven ninety five twenty two to sit down and chat. Here's what we're thinking about doing. What do you think about this Stephanie we'd like to do this and so forth, and you you basically work together, the formulate your retirement plan great opportunity for you? Again. There's no cost no obligation. It's eight hundred nine four seven ninety five twenty two. Stephanie Fullerton is the president and founder of Fullerton. Financial planning started the company in two thousand and four. I'm Mark Elliott. And we're talking today about your retirement plan. And I do think it's interesting Stephanie, for example, if you have a stay at home mom, which is getting rare today that it used to be certainly when we grew up. We a lot of cases had a stay at home. Mom, but you think of the stay at home 'cause I had some friends of mine that their parents when they retired seem like all they did was fight for the first month or two because the wife was like, why are you here in the kitchen? You've never been in the kitchen. Now your bothers I mean. I mean, he was like. Yes. I get it. I remember when Steve retired. And he came to work with me here at Fullerton financial which was a long time ago, but we became partners here at Fullerton, financial, Mark. I remember I wasn't used to him being around me. He worked for the city of Phoenix. It was a police officer. He was gone fifty sixty hours a week. And I remember the first couple of months that he was he was retired. Like, it'd be like where are you going to the bathroom as okay, you know, we had to make adjustments. I mean think about it. I mean, we spend most of our lives Mary but away working or whatever you've been doing. And then all of a sudden retirement comes and you're together twenty four seven you better be ready for that. Because there's a big change. Let me tell you what I wanna do for our listeners today for the next ten callers. I would love to have the opportunity are one of my team members to customize a retirement strategy plan for you as you go. Oh into retirement. We'll take a look at what you fill your expenses are going to be. We'll talk about that bucket list. We'll talk about your dreams and what's important. Maybe that one or two trips that you really want to take. But you're not sure you can why don't you come in and sit down for the next ten callers right now, we will customize.

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"stephen steve" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Than his hands are very hands guy. No European games. You're a big hands. About hands last year. Sam darnold don't even start away. Sam darnold stands show up last year. They find seemed to be okay. Okay. How about Josh Allen tents? And they seem finds likes were better at Josh L. Twain Haskins hands. Yeah. I think there were ten inches. You think so I think so. Yeah. And that's very large. Yeah. So he was almost six foot four two hundred and thirty pounds ten in chance large koala bear hands. Yeah. Seems like it was nine and five eighths. That's almost heaven chance to come on. What are we doing here? I'm giving you the the exact number those that's a good size ham. See I mean, but the problem is if you were not as in onto Wayne Haskins, you'd be saying these are nine chance because you liked Wayne Haskins is almost ten in chance. I'm all in on Haskins. How many times will have to say that? I know I've heard it plenty of times of all it uncover Murray to man, I don't know about I want the cartoon like you're on the cast released things. No, I'm not I want I want I want the cardinals to take him. Okay. Well, I think that would be great. I think Josh Rosen. Get twelve Josh Rosen either goes to Miami, Washington Jacksonville. You know, if they're talking about it the first fall at third round draft picks not enough. You're always thinking about Josh Rosen. Now last year he was in the same group as these other guys now, obviously he fell, but we were talking about him like Baker Mayfield like Sam darnold like Josh Allen. So if you were to tell me now, let's say the giants traded for Josh Rosen. If you were to tell me that last year in the draft the giants got both saquon Barkley and Josh Rosen, celebrated they'd be they would be and they may have that opportunity here. They could now I know it's going to they're gonna have to give up something to get it, obviously, maybe their second round pick. But think about that. The question is the cardinals. Somebody's gonna overpay for Josh Rosen. I don't think so I buy low opportunity. I that's what I think somebody's going to have to. I would think give at least a second round pick. Yeah. I keep reading third round pick. Eighteenth or eleven last year was tenth. So I mean, my what thorough picks ridiculous. Well, that's a second round pick out. Do do today. Both the cardinals end up signing because they could prior to the draft better sign Tyler Murray. Then all of a sudden a leverage has gone. That's why you're not gonna get a first round pick for Josh Rosen, remembering the NFL if you have the first overall pick in the draft you can sign that person to a contract. So when they sign when they signed him every team's going to say, well, you can't have both these guys on the roster at the same time. If you're Steve. Stephen Steve kind the general manager of the cardinals you better make sure you have a column Mary under contract before that agent starts playing baseball against you. Yeah. You know what I mean? So that that's just something that you want to make sure that you have solidly down. You look. He's a rookies the number one overall pick. He's going to sign a big contract. Just make sure you gotta sign and then you can trade Josh Rosen. I don't I don't think I don't think I don't know. If you trae Josh Rosen. I. Before you sign Calamar. I don't know that. That's that's the weird thing about this. Yeah. I think that cliff Kingsbury is going to push for that hard. I think he's gonna get it. And I think Josh Rhoden is gonna get traded. And I think the giants should be in on it. And they won't be they won't be in on that. And they won't be an ongoing asks. Yes, they will be. This is a perfect quarterback. Sell it on I'm telling you. So it's all these other guys last year. I thought Sam darnold was the perfect giant. What's going to happen there while they want was saquon Barkley who validated? The reason why Rampton an offensive lineman or defense. They're going to draft an edge guy or they're going to draft an offensive line with their first pick. I'm telling you right now with the sixth overall pick. They'll they'll be out of like the superstar player may maybe they get greedy Williams. They get the cornerback Rashad Gary who also is a local product out of Michigan university of Michigan this guy that they remember. He likes hog molly's. Right. But this is why this is what I'm saying doesn't like any of these quarterbacks right now Dwayne Haskins is a hog Bali of quarterback. That's that's what I will tell you not Mr. tapes is Mr. Dave Gallo, watch the tape. He saw that tape didn't like Dwayne what I think happened. All right. I mean, Paul detino is probably sitting there watching tape with him. He probably is sitting next to Gallup and watching taped together he's like, I'm not drafting this guy. So they'll they'll be tanking for two or. Or b. The kid from Justin Herbert from Oregon. If still gonna wait another year can't wait for more. Pat Shurmur press conference after a six game losing streak next year. Is that right now they're trying to get better. It kind of they're trying to reveal the defense. I guess that's what it seems like it, especially when they're talking about trading. See the other thing too. There's this whole thing about Libya Vernon being on the trading block. Well, if he's on the trade block now now all of a sudden kind of decreases what they can get back for him. Because he's he's being paid a lot of money. They're going to cut him. I would imagine if they can't get a trade. He's gone, right? Everybody knows that they want to get rid of him. And I don't know the more. I talk about the giants. I feel like they're in a mess. Are they in a mess? So they not in a mess because I feel like they're in a mess. Every time we go through everything that's going on with them. I come out of it feeling like they're in a mess after they signed Nate solder. They drafted saquon Barkley. I figured man. This is this is going to be a good team. This is going to be really Roger. And it just it just never happened for just never got going for him. Oh, I can't wait for Monday because Monday will start to get some news finally free agency. It's gonna be awesome, boomer and geo just getting started on the. CBS.

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"stephen steve" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

12:58 min | 3 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"So we had a big. Thing yesterday because Cain was trying to shame me. And Stephen Steve have you have you seen Hogan's heroes? I was trying to shame because you're you're like, you you you freaked out and your voice went up like an octave. You're like. It was surprising to me that you've never heard of the television show HOGAN. I think I've heard it. But I didn't realize what it was remember? I thought now that I've seen pictures. Okay. I've I think I thought it was hulk Hogan's charity foundation. Like, dude, I thought I had to do with hulk HOGAN to wrestling show yesterday. Which is why I made fun of you. But I wasn't. You know, wasn't a an attempt to sort of, you know, be negative about it. Well, it ran for it ran between sixty five and seventy one. So maybe not being alive was probably one. I wasn't alive either. But I'm talking to Nick at Nite was that you weren't alive either. But they didn't have cable when I was a kid but back then they would rerun shows like so in the late seventies. They ruled rerun those shows like on Chan remember channel evidence Saint Louis used to rerun the shows all the time, but would watch wrestling think my mom, just let me hang hang out and the street corner and smoke cigarettes and then like stay up late and watch. The same. Please explain that I had a bedtime. Dude. Let's watch this show. Daytime comedy grows. They do remember was the I kind of remember what the Waltons. I remember all my. Smith show at all wasn't it about sadness. Boy, that's what I remember about that show. I don't remember anything about it except my family. It was good family. I don't remember. I I remember they had like a million kids, and everyone was always said in something was wrong. All the time and told us he just didn't like how they made frontier. Lifelock was the frontier, I don't know. As much as it. Anyway. Little house on the prairie. I did love. I love me. Some Michael Landon a great show. I totally love that. All right. All right, right. The whole reason that we're bringing this up is because cane is beside himself with a story. And this is what started all of it. No you where you're like those story. Okay. 'cause 'cause yesterday in the news. That was the mayor that Northam Ralph boredom. He went on his northern. He went on his black face apology to ours in the news yesterday. So I thought this story is kind of in the same vein, and it's silly the way the story goes down. But so let me set it up. This is from Penn live. The headline is Nazi costume photo. Leads Gettysburg college trustee to resign. And his name is Bob Garth. Wait. Here's a Gettysburg college trustee and in the night, and in nineteen eighty he was at a party where he was dressed in a Nazi costume in one thousand nine hundred eighty now he graduated from the college in nineteen eighty two and he apparently wore the costume when attending a fraternities theme party at which everyone in attendance was encouraged to dress like characters from Hogan's heroes. So it was a party the theme of which it was the theme party. Meaning that there is a theme that everyone is expected to keep to whilst attending the party and partaking of the adult nectar, and this theme party was that of Hogan's heroes. And so he had said he goes, well understand how disturbing this says he goes, but and he goes I was not fully aware of the significance of the symbols which I don't agree with that. I. I'm sorry Bs, but they were going as Hogan's heroes. Okay. So from what I understanding, and this is coming from someone who had no idea what the hell Hogan's heroes was until very recently. Hogan's heroes was a television show the setting of which was this fictional camp during World War Two. It was a prisoner of war camp as I understand. And it is where captured allied airmen were held exactly. And that is the setting of the show Hogan's heroes and indie show Hogan's heroes being that it is a POW camp at which good guys are held prisoner. There are bad guys there and the bad guys that we were fighting ING Europe at this time were not Nazis. They were the bad guys who the hell was HOGAN, by the way. Why was it called Hogan's heroes? Hogan was one of the lead the. Captain, I guess or the UK I of of all the allied forces. So now there were actors that played the four major German roles there were four actors who played the bad guys, and they were all Jewish by the way, the actors who played all the Nazi bad guys were all Jewish and they. That ASC. Look, look, I'm learning things about Hogan's heroes. Well, so this is this is what? They they had a loose waffle officer and the as a teenager the guy who played one of the one of the bad guys actually fled Hitler's Germany, Germany with his family nineteen thirty three and during the production. He reportedly always insisted that HOGAN always went against his Nazi captors or else. He would not take that part of the German officer whose last name was clink. And he says, I'm an actor if I can play Richard the third I can play a Nazi. And he goes who better to play Nazis who who can play Nazis, better than us juice. That's what he said. And and so that was the the story was that HOGAN and Hogan's heroes were always going to victory over the sometimes bumbling. German Nazi captors instead of the waiver, very distinctly the bad guys. Yeah. It was at their expense. The jokes all the jokes were as a matter of fact, by the way, just like TV was back then which is very friendly and pretty vanilla. This was a comedy show in that same vein. There's really nothing controversial about Hogan's heroes. It was just a funny show. You know, like you set the precedent in the context up for the show. That's really all. It was there was nothing more than that. It was a comedy. And that's why people chose at that time to be having parties themed after that they thought and this is one of the this was a very popular show. I was actually looking at their Nielsen ratings and their Nielsen ratings were ridiculous. I mean, it was very highly ranked they started tapering off towards nineteen sixty eight nineteen sixty-nine. But in the first several years, I mean, it was one of the it was one of the top television shows in existence and so fast forward to thousand nine hundred eighty and this story this college Gettysburg college board of trustees. This is right after the show ended. This was in nineteen eighty the shows. Live like you said till about the early seventies. Then they ran. Yes. The neighboring ranch. So it it was in it had six seasons. And then and they were all released also on DVD, and they ran on Nick at night, and they were on apparently couple of other things, by the way when that shows on television, the late sixties and early seventies. By the time, the end, it was turned, by the way, they turned. It inspired. A it was inspired by a feature film. And apparently, they I think they remade that film that inspired it, but it wasn't like a blockbuster or anything. But my point was there weren't as many households with televisions in the early seventies. As there were in the late seventies. With a lot of these television shows that didn't get a lot of traction in the early seventies early sixties were then brought back in the late seventies and early eighties more households at television. And so so this guy who this Bob Garth. Wait went attended a party. They had the whole party, and they have photos of it. Everyone is dressed like people from Hogan's here. Arrows everybody, they even have barbed wire up, and they have like a jail cell decorations. And that's what the party was like. And the photo was discovered by a history student at the college in the schools archives. And it was later taken to a member of the Gettysburg college hill, which is a group of Jewish students. And then it was presented to college officials. So then the college president stated that antisemitism clearly contradicts our values as an institution today as it did when this photo was taken. And so she says our sincere hope well, and that's what she said, it was an semitic photo. Because Bob Garth way was dressing up as a Jewish actor who is playing a Jewish character and comedic television show at a theme party. And the character was in a show called Hogan's heroes that was set in World War Two. That's not anti-semitic. Absolutely. That is not these people are now, it's getting level ridiculous. I feel like it's in space balls. What was it like the top level? Baseball's had different levels. And like you could go light speed ludicrous speed. It's at level ludicrous. Now, that's where we are. And so this. So what were they all supposed to do? Everybody was supposed to be HOGAN. What what everybody's going to get offended by everything? But this was an anti semitic. And I think it's disingenuous and offensive to say that it was. I mean now if if there was no Hogan's heroes theme party, and they clearly were not trying to dress like these particular characters and everybody had a different character. Then maybe it would be. But it was about the theme of the show and then to cast aspersions on this guy's character. Because you don't understand the television show. Do you see what I did? I didn't know what the hell this show was. But what did I do? I looked it up because I'm not a moron that has to be spoon. Fed everything. So and yes, I do think that if you're jumping to conclusions about this. You are a moron who has to be spoon fed everything. And if you think that I should somehow temper my speech, I disagree. I think that some people need to be woke, and maybe harsh language is sometimes the way to do it people have every right to be indignant over this. It's stupid. What the hell? Are you supposed to do? That's like saying Star Wars. Nobody can be Darth Vader. Nobody can be the bad guys only you can only dress as good guys. Grief. This is just it's asinine. I mean, the whole point was that the the as I understand it the guy the Nazi characters in Hogan's heroes were they were dufuses. Like, it's amazing that they even ran this camp, successfully they weren't successful. I feel well. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. I mean, even the lot exactly. But this is so stupid. Golly. This is just so dominant reminds me to remember when the guy had his pug, do like a Nazi salute or something like on Twitter YouTube or something, and then he got all lambasted for the, you know, it's like we're really becoming so sensitive that we're now kind of encroaching on people's expression rights at this point. And it's getting a little silly. Yeah. Yeah. I don't I it is. And it is. So it's just so stupid. No one wants to take anybody in the life seriously. When this is this kind of stuff that they come up with. Oh, and you say, oh, well, it's so this guy had to apologize and he ended. Yeah. He resigned from his position. And he by the way, he had made all these donations towards the college over the years. They literally have a building named after him. It's called the Garth wait leadership center, but because some idiot student in yeahs urinate, yet because some idiot student was like here's this photo. Look at these people they're racist and antisemitic. That's not even what it was. So Garth weight had to apologize all over himself. And he's like yes, it was poor judgment. We should not have that all had a theme party based on a television show. And it's yeah. So there it is. And then he had I'm not even going to read the whole statement because it's a word. It's a word salad of ridiculous, pretentious BS. It's so stupid..

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"stephen steve" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:47 min | 3 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You back, see malls Burke final hour of today's get together. We're live on Saturday taking your right up until seven. And when you look at the Trump accomplishments in the Trump administration, one of the things you will point to. I is the great economy as we await GDP numbers. Of course, unemployment delayed latest unemployment numbers will be out Friday for this month of February. And you know, the stock market is had winning weeks just about every week this calendar year following a bad December overall the market's way up since Donald Trump was elected and took office. So the economy the economy the economy is doing very very well. And joining us out of talk about that and more is our friend, the one and only a Stephen Moore. He's the co author along with art Laffer of Trump mix inside the America. I plan to get our. Economy back on track. He was economic campaign adviser to Donald Trump. He's co founded the committee to unleash prosperity Heritage Foundation. Of course. And you see him on CNN other than that. He doesn't do too much. Hello, steven. How are you? Hi, Steve great to be with you, by the way, you know, the economy's good 'cause nobody in the media wants to talk about it. CNN's gone silent on the economy and the stock market, by the way, you're so right. You know, we we broke through twenty six thousand on the Dow on Friday, I believe we were right hovering right around twenty six thousand. I don't remember if it closed above that. But it's right about that number when Trump you know, what it was today. Trump was elected. Now, give me the thousand eight. Yeah. It's up forty five percent in a little over two years. That's a that's a pretty bull market, and and the other statistic, I was just I couldn't wait to tell you about was, you know, the numbers for the new unemployment insurance claims came out Thursday. The lowest number in twenty five years. And what's so interesting about that is, you know, twenty five years ago that there were the economy was smaller, lots Malo. There are fewer workers in percentage terms. This is probably the lowest unemployment number of people signing up for unemployment maybe ever, I'm gonna check that number. So don't quote me on that. But it's probably close to the lowest ever in history. People can't find a job. My favorite statistics. Steve I've mentioned this on your show before shove it, but the latest number seven point two million more jobs than people to fill them. That's never happened in America before. Yeah. That is that is amazing. Let me ask you about a couple of things. Of course, the president is going to to Vietnam to focus on Korea as the March. First Friday deadline approaches on the China trade talks, and we have had encouraging news. And then it's pulled back a little by our friend, Larry Kudlow in others. There's still some space between the two parties, I figure this. And you tell me because I want your your the deadline will be extended. There will be some kind of a preliminary paper or something and then it'll be discussed for the between. She the president of China and Trump at a at a later date after he gets back from Korea from Vietnam. Yeah. I think you've got it. Exactly. Right. Steve. You know, we got some good news yesterday. Trump sounded very positive and the press conference that he gave late yesterday afternoon where he said, we're making real progress with the Chinese this is again, this is the fight of our lifetimes know, China, we're we're in an abusive relationship with China, they're cheating. They're stealing. They're lying. You know, they are engaged in espionage against the United States. They're hacking into our computer systems, it's a bad situation. And Trump is is very deadly serious about this. It looks like China's gonna buy a forty billion. More of our products every year that's a start, you know, 'cause we by five hundred billion a year from them, Steve they buy one hundred and fifty billion from us. So they clearly have the capacity as a growing economy to buy more of our products. More of our our agricultural products are manufacturing products are high-tech Southend and all of that. And so it it looks I I'm more optimistic that we're going to deal then upper it's not done yet. And you know, this could change. So I don't want to get people to exuberant about this. But if I'm right, and we get this deal. You know, if you think the economy strong now, wait till we get a better trade deal with China that the stock market's going to go through the roof. Yeah. No. I couldn't agree more. But let me ask you about tariffs. You know, I know I know there's so much of it is nuance. And and negotiating tactics by Donald Trump. And we do get money when there are tariffs. And if he increases the tariffs will get more money and the tariffs with the EU on cars. He, you know, he he Donald Trump often likes to say, I love tariffs. I'm counting the money from the tariffs. But tell me for the to the layman doesn't overall tariffs hurt our economy as opposed to help it. Sure does. I mean terrorists are bad things. They are their taxes. They make you know products more expensive. They they tend to protect certain industries and that never works. You know, I I agree with Trump on China hard around China Trump's turned me into a high ladder lowered liner. I think he saw the the risks of of what's happening in China before anybody else does. But I disagree with him on some of his other trade policies. I think the steel terrorists have been a disaster. They've actually heard our manufacturing sector and they've heard blue collar jobs because every worker that's producing steel. We have fifty workers that use steel, you know, as as an. Input in terms of, you know, our our auto industry and others and by the way on the auto industry this so curious, Steve even the US auto companies don't want the auto tariffs because they understand look everything. That's brought in a power today. When you buy an American car, let's say you buy Honda or a BMW it's probably made in the United States. Even though it's a foreign on the car company, but the approach come in from all over the world. And when we impose these tariffs on 'cause that's the other outstanding issue. I'm that trade front is whether Trump's gonna slap that twenty five percent tariff on autos, and I hope he doesn't because I think number one it will make cars more expensive. But number two, I'm not so sure it's gonna actually help the industry very much because it'll make cars made in America more expensive, and that that hurts our international sales. Yeah. No, absolutely. All right. Let's move onto interest rates. The fed had to change a kind of heart in the minutes that were released the other day. Where most people expected several at least a couple of interest rate hikes this year two thousand nineteen now it's like they're saying that there's some things that concern them on the economy. They're gonna take a wait and see approach, and and some people are saying, maybe they won't even be a hike this year. Explain what they're doing. I wish I could explain what they're doing a lot of economic gobbledygook. That's the fad made to a catastrophically bad decisions. At the end of last year. Remember, Steve the stock market was terrible in September October November December of last year, the stock market fell by five thousand points, and that was almost exclusively because of these, you know, rate increases that the fed put in place, which were unnecessary. They were extremely unnecessary. I think it was a gigantic mistake. I remember remember what happened right after right before Christmas on December eighteenth, the fed raises interest rates Powell was giving a speech about why was to raise rates. Remember? The stock market sells sold off six hundred boys. You think they might have bought a clue that they were doing the wrong thing since then they have reversed course. And they have basically said there will not be rate increases this year, or at least that's the latest declaration. That is a very good thing. But I'm gonna tell you something Steve. And I think this is important. I think the fed is still way too tight. I think rather than raising interest rates. They should be lowering rates. There is global demand for dollars in the economy. And and so you have this huge demand for for for dollars. And at the time that the fed was raising rates, which is pulling dollars out of the economy. I think the only thing right now. Now that it looks like the trade situation of China is being saddled. The only thing that worries me is a fed that believes the higher higher economic growth and more people working causes inflation. And that is the stupidest idea, but those four hundred PHD economists over at the fed believes that when I met with the president about three weeks ago, he spent half to the meetings of railing against the fed saying we're trying because what Larry cudlow when I met with Trump, you know, three years ago out putting together economic program. You know, he said he wanted us to get the four to five percent growth. Now. I don't know what you can get five percent wrote. But I think we can get four. We're already at three point one percent. But we can't do it. Steve if every time we get more growth, the fed polls back on the money supply. And and and restraints the economy. Yeah. Yeah. No. That's absolutely true. So you believe what you were you going to say that they should actually maybe cut interest rates again if you had your way. If you look at what's happened with the last three months, consumer prices have slightly fallen and commodity prices have have dropped significantly. That's an indication. We have deflation in the economy not inflation. I mean, you show me, Steve weather's any inflation is my point is Trump is built a great economy. What is the problem here that the fed is trying to solve? Yeah. No, absolutely. We're talking to Stephen Moore, by the way, where he lives today on Saturday here on WFAN would Steve malls spur Stephen Steve right now. All right. So so so finally, let me just ask you you talk about GDP when does that next number coming out? And and what do you think realistically, we could expect an for that particular number? I'm sorry, which number the GDP. Oh that should come out. I believe this week. We're going to get a fourth quarter GDP number. I'm going to say it's coming. I mean for the full year two thousand eighteen we'll get the final number. I think it's gonna come in around three point one percent. Remember, Steve all these economists. Remember what they said two years ago? Trump can't possibly get us to three percent growth. Remember that? They also. Yeah. Well, guess what? We did it. Yeah. No absolutely one year. She's not one year and eight did Obama get a stuff three percent growth. I oh, I know that. But if it if it got to three to four percent he would claim credit for it. Just like he's claimed credit for everything. And the fed allows the economy to grow. Yeah. I think we can get the four percent growth. I really do. That would be that would be awesome. Eight Stephen always great to talk to you, my friend. I appreciate you coming on. Thank you so much have a great weekend. My friend take care. All right. You too Stephen Moore, ladies and gentlemen, and checkout. I mean, if you're a fascinating book by by in in art Laffer. And of course, you know, Stephen Larry cudlow, they were the guys on the plane with Trump. They were the guys who you know, they were his economic advisers during the as if to make the point that he is gone. We let you hear the dial tone 'cause we didn't want you to think that he was hanging on an eavesdropping. So he's a guy named Larry cudlow where where the guys driving Trump's economic policy. And and this is what this is the result. What you're seeing a day? Steve won't say that he deserves credit, but he does deserve partial credit along with Kudlow and Trump certainly, and it's Trump Manama cts inside the America. I plan to get our economy back on track. And you know. You know, if you wanna take deep state conspiracy theories right on to its logical conclusion, you could say even though the fed chief is appointed by Trump. You could say that, you know, hey, the fed may be looking to undermine the economic success in the economic growth of this country. I don't go so far I have no proof of that. But I just have to tell you. And this isn't an indictment of the fed so much as it is an indictment of where we are as a nation. Nothing would surprise me. If you if it was determined later on someone wrote a book or someone had to recording whatever whatever I'm not again. I don't want to impune the integrity of these people because I'm not saying this specifically, but I'm just so it suffices to say nothing. Nothing would.

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"stephen steve" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on WTVN

"Heard him almost almost the national anthem mortgage, trillions this you. Patterson? John Lewis rag. Okay. By this day in history, slim dusty this day in history. Miles. Standish appointed the first military commander of the English. Plymouth colony in North America sixteen twenty one later wrote a screed against socialism in common ownership of of production. Very near and dear to our hearts, Sweden, not Sweden. But what Sweden did in seventeen fifty three the country move from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar? Very important. They went February seventeenth and the next day was March first they also have the law that all women must be blonde and blue eyes. Yes. Nineteen o nine Geronimo died on this day. He fell out of a plane. I think and yelled his name Geronimo. He also won a few battles. There was nineteen Twenty-three. Indiana Jones finds king Tut is that right? Who's that guy? That wrote the song. King ties us Stephen Steve they found king day open up king Tut's tomb nineteen to this day in nineteen Twenty-three Martin despite many rumors that a read this despite rumors that a curse would befall anyone who disturbed the tomb, but it's treasures were carefully catalogued removed and included in a famous traveling exhibition called the treasures of Tutankhamun. And I think going back to Geronimo didn't Geronimo at the end of his life. He went around like the world's fair and road fares wheels and had pictures taken with people before he fell out of the plane and died, I would hope so. Larry the cable guy was born on this day in nineteen hundred and sixty three so he and Michael Jordan share the exact same birthday. In nineteen seventy two..

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"stephen steve" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"We're not. Okay. So I won't say that then anyway. We are we have been working on that. As of course, you know, YouTube is shut us down. We're we're not working. We're not doing a work around. We're actually we designing something. So that we don't have to worry about YouTube anymore. But anyway, eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three let's take a look at where we work was yesterday day. What a great week. This has been a matter of fact, just to put things in perspective. This is the best start to a year. That we have had the market is having the best start stronger. Start we've seen since one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. I know that's hard to believe. But yeah, best started the year two thousand nine hundred eighty seven now, I don't wanna throw. A damper on that. But nineteen eighty-seven was black Monday. Do you remember that? I do boy do I anyway, nineteen eighty-seven. We saw one day move down twenty two percent. You remember that in October nineteen eighty-seven you probably don't I do. I really do. Talk about losing sleep. Anyway, didn't matter much. We we got gotta recover. We've had good good years after that. But nonetheless, that's no indication that has nothing to do with what we that. Doesn't mean. We're in trouble. Even though we're off to the best start. We've seen in since nineteen seven. I'm just throwing that out there. And this would be the SNP in the Russell. So both the S and P five hundred and the Russell small cap small caps. Having a strong start to the year as as we have indicated back on my last conference, call speaking of conference calls if you're a partner looks like we're going to have another one here next week. So you might want to make sure you pay attention. I'm not sure what day that'll be. But we'll send an alert out let you know. Oil prices are pushing higher this morning as a result of I guess, I'll say as hopes begin to increase that U S China trade talks going to progress. And there was some talk earlier yesterday or later yesterday about some things that Steve Mnuchin had indicated that there might be some give on some of the tariffs in and around the oil sector and some other goods as well. Shortly be a reduction in those tariffs, but lighthouse who is the main ago, she ater hearing, the straight talks for the Commerce Department is saying I don't agree with Stephen Steve Mnuchin Mnuchin assessment of that. So but oil prices are pushing higher anyway in hopes that we're going to see some sort of movement here stock futures extended games gains that investors still clinging to for the week yesterday. We had another pretty good day. Everything up over a half of one percent. Nasdaq up three quarters. So is the SMP the NASDAQ up about two thirds of the Dow up about two thirds of a percent yesterday. So we had a great great day earnings reports still remained strong. We are hearing in the news as you can imagine. Because this is what mainstream media does we are only hearing about the negative things in the markets. So we're hearing about lots of negative. Kinds of retard slumber J, we're seeing some negative results at some of the bigger banks. And that's what the news media's hanging their hat in on. Of course, they would. There's been some positive sentiment. Trade sentiment that is lifting the dollar against the Japanese yen this morning. So that going on European markets are rallying for the fourth day of gains. Hopefully, they will close out the day in positive direction Asia markets finished in positive territory today, and it looks like European stocks are rallying again, primarily due to US Kim. These cuts in tariffs that I was talking about this Steve Mnuchin put out there. Now again, that that is just was some talk doesn't mean that's going to happen. But apparently there is now going on upper level upper management kind of negotiations going on with some of the Chinese officials, which they have confirmed and US so that in and of itself, obviously is pretty good news. And as I say Asia markets closed the day positive as well, primarily due to trade talks BMW China is talking about increasing their stock is increasing as they talk about giving up a bigger percentage of ownership of the company. This is not BMW, Jen. This is BMW chain. China operation, and it looks like that they're going to go from that that the China. A partner of this joint. Venture with BMW is going to now take a seventy five seventy five percent stake in this company auto sales in China for BMW, China has still been strong. So the the increase in stake to seventy five percent is not going to be complete so twenty twenty two but nonetheless. This is good for the partnership housing advocates here in the US are asking for a pause a stop just put the brakes on a little bit on housing foreclosures due to the shutdown. Of course, they can't get anything done, particularly with FHA and others. So they are asking for a pause in this in foreclosures. So I guess I don't know. I don't know if that's good news. And I guess it is I mean, it's good for those people that are obviously go through that which Scott to be a very difficult situation. But nonetheless. There there. Banks are trying to continue through this. And they're asking for a pause. The dollar is going strong growing stronger that is going to hurt gold, of course, precious metals. So we we will continue. We'll watch that. Thanks, go. Eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three if you wanna kill your call up. We will get to your calls. We wanna its rapid fire Friday. So we're gonna move quickly. Boy, I'll tell you. I've got some new, you know, so. So there's a good and bad news story that I've got to talk about reference to basically responsible so Edward Jones who absolutely despises Timothy for one reason or another, but people like.

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"stephen steve" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"I think the fact that Steve king lost his committee assignments today, that's a I think that is an impact of the effect of the democratic house because if the Republicans hadn't taken action the Democrats in the house would have censored, Stephen Steve king. So for the first time, you see the Republicans actually taking some action like it shows the impact of win one body of congress, at least is willing to really stand up and do its job and Trump is going to be held accountable and ways he hasn't done before. It'd be quite a scene next month of Cohen testifies Jones from what are you expecting them the cone testimony and included in that the Trump panic in the next three weeks leading up to it. Yeah. I mean, look Trump ran his business, and he's running his White House as a casual criminal enterprise wasn't big on due diligence. And Michael Cohen has all the secrets. So I think you know, a lot of road. I think Michael Cohen has the ability to put pieces together and connect some of the dot. What's from a lot of the individual pieces of information of come out the last couple years on Trump's various criminal activities, and in particular. I think some interesting things about Russia. We'll be put in context. Jefferson, Jennifer primary. Thank you for joining us. Tonight's less. Word is next. Time for tonight's last word thirty thousand teachers in the country's second largest school district went on strike today in Los Angeles, their struggle with the school board is not just about salary, but about important issues like class is that they believe impact the quality of education. Here are two of those teachers. I'm out here. Fighting for students fighting for small class sizes fighting commercials fighting for librarian spiting for counselors school psychologists to spite it because the kids deserve there shouldn't be a nurse home school. One or two days of the week. We entered this profession that we care about young young lives care about our them. We want them to succeed. We're out here. Fight for them. Their future might my sons and my daughter. Los Angeles public school. Teachers get tonight's last word. Hey, it's Chris as from MSNBC every day. I come to the office, and we make television show and every day. I think to myself, they're so much more. I want to talk about and so this is our podcast. It's called why is this happening and the whole idea behind it is to get to the root of the things that we see Lee out every day. They're driven by big ideas. Each week. I sit down with a person uniquely suited to explain why this is happening. New episodes of wise this happening every Tuesday. Listen for free wherever you get your podcasts..

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"stephen steve" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"On the Blace eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three's number Stephen Steve days dot com is the Email address. You can like us on Facebook follow us on Twitter at Steve day show. This is something in every now. And then there's something that comes along that just makes you a better parent and at the same time can make you a better talk show host as well. We have had nuclear meltdowns here in our studios. Erin. I can't hear something must be wrong. Air runs over your checks, all the plugs. Everything plugs in everything's fine. It's because the the piece here. Yeah. It's it's clogged with are your wax. And then if you're a parent, you know, they tell you not to put the q tip in there and scrub out the years like your arm, and I'm on Douala's because it can ruin the eardrum or something, you know. So this is an issue of any of. This sounds familiar to you. You could be like millions of Americans that eventually are forced to visit a doctor for professional ear cleaning. And that's why you wanna hear about wax Rx. It uses physician developed technology that safely and affectively removes ear wax build up. Then sues the ear with a ph conditioned formula? And now you can use wax Rx without a prescription. No more expensive trips to the doctor or no more wasted time. Using cotton swabs or other solutions that maybe don't solve the problem at all. Maybe actually make it worse. Try the wax Rx system. Risk-free today. Just go to use wax Rx dot com. And use the offer code radio at checkout for free shipping. Use wax Rx dot com. Finally, a real solution for that stubborn ear wax build up. It will make errands life at least a little bit easier. Use wax are x dot com. Use the offer code radio. It's true story. Now this I'm not making this up. I don't we don't make anything up on the show. I mean, this is this has literally become a meltdown all we've all had this and then he came over. And it was just we had waxing or years, and it was the pace Houston. We have a problem. Yes. Let's get to it. Today's truth bomb completely contrived segment that I created in order to justify promoting my upcoming book. It's releasing on Tuesday, by the way pre-sales now at Amazon dot com. I bet if you would right now you can make your copy arrives on Tuesday when the book hits book shelves, Amazon Barnes and noble across the country..

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"stephen steve" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"stephen steve" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"When did, but the the difficulty of the poll off because culminating universe of what fourteen films, or whatever it is? And all of these major characters, and then putting them all together and not making it look like, that's contrived. You just did that that so such and such could have their seen. Why is that in there? Why are we like there's no casino seen that just waste fifteen minutes of time. I can in the last Jedi. I where every time we watch the last show that my son is like, you know, if you take that casinos you seeing this might be the best Star Wars movie I've ever seen. There's none of that. There's no fat, no wasted ammo, the pacing editing. The writing of this film. This is one of the toughest poll off and cinematic history. And they they met an arguably exceeded expectations. And that's why it's never one on my list so gentlemen, I now turn the floor over in the final two minutes. You guys are welcome to agree. Disagree, subtract? Add as you see fit. I think the number one movie. I I don't think there was any other choice than this just the way one the the the craft on the one hand of the way that they pulled this off. But before that they can actually utilize God given abilities and their craft in the editing and pacing all of that stuff. The story is amazing as well and deals with themes as seems like increasingly avengers superhero movies. Do it deals with one of the foremost, if not the foremost theme that we fight against every day aggressive ISM in mouth Uzi and ethics in days. Essentially, Margaret Sanger, exactly. Yeah. There are several movies on here that I probably wouldn't have seen. But because of the way. You say they touch on cultural flash points. I I'm gonna probably see him now because they relate to the way you described a movie from year ago what happened to Monday. Yes. You finally saw that. Finally, it's you undersold it, man. It's is Glenn Close. Not Margaret Sanger in my life. It's great fantastic film. Well, let us know what you think about what we think Stephen Steve day dot com. Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter at Steve day show. That's going to wrap it up for Tuesday here on the blaze on demand and live. We are back at it again tomorrow until then John three seventeen. This is Steve days on the place radio network.

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