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"steve al" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

06:56 min | 7 months ago

"steve al" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"And emcee scott at words ladies and gentleman thank you for joining us again for a special bonus episode of an audience of one and ladies and gentlemen. We have quite a treat. You've heard him before you've seen him on the simpsons. He's a huge comedy star on the road. Ladies and gentlemen bruce baby. Man bah bruce bruce. Thanks for joining us today. I hear you have a little funny to share with the crowd. Yes i do it by the way you've got the best saudi important world. This happened on hollywood squares match our and at the end of the show they let you pick one of the celebrities and you come out and whatever the the jackpot is up. You try to win. At this point it was thirty thousand dollars. Wow that was a few ten consecutive letters. Like you might start me and then go from c. tearing you'll get one clue and they have to say the word you're trying to get them to say that they get all ten they win thirty thousand well on this particular day. The guys who ended up winning. He's got a beard and he's got a cat. And he's telling steve al and a couple of other stars backstage that he works for the cia and that he monitors foreign stuff out of turkey. And we're like whoo. That's kind of cool but in the back of your mind you're not supposed to carry you there in the exactly so anyway so we get to the end of the show and the guy picked me and we go through the ken letters. I think they give you. It was thirty seconds. We did it too. Keen was a minute. We did it thirty. The guy i could if the word was hat. If i said diaper eat that i mean he got everything so he wins the thirty thousand and this is what happens afterwards so he wins the thirty thousand a shoulder show several weeks later and when they're showing the show i'm a guest star reoccurring role or show called a year in the life Outta market and richard. It was one of the first of those. Draw buddy. So i'm on that show and i call home for messages in the middle of the day. I say there's before you could like you know have yourself quotas that lend. Is there any calls for me. Are there any calls for you. Every news organization everyone via relatives. Everybody wants to talk you. What had happened was that show aired that day. The guy that won the money with me and he was recognized as one who had credit card fraud he had taken a car in atlanta. Bmw opera drive. Never brought it back so as soon as he hit television and then they started looking to see. How did he win. That thirty thousand. He has something in his ear. Did he have something up his cast. I'm telling you he got everything very fat. Yeah he was quick but what had happened was all day long. They're showing during the day. Fell on match game hollywood squares and they show me and him. They don't say which the pallet teach you in a different light so everybody's by relatives or calling. Abc nbc this before think cnn. Everybody's calling you know wanting to talk to me. What did i do and At finally you know when the news came on they announced him and what had happened is as soon as it aired. They realized that he was wanted. He called them as soon as it air and said I just got transferred to alaska by the cia leaving tomorrow. Can i come in and pick up my check. 'cause you collect your winnings until after it aired right and even then they have several but the pay you so yes i believe it but he so he shows up at the office where everybody else is wearing regular casual clothes. Needless to say the fbi shows up with their suits and sunglasses so as soon as he sees them he goes running through the building. They chased him through the building. They find him kind of cliche standing on a toilet seat in a stall and then he tried to get out saying look. I want more that i get. I get paid off no like For a day everybody thought i was a fella. Yeah bruce bomb. Fbi's most wanted and the thing is you were famous at the time you had done all these shows and game shows and i mean you were a known entity he was this kind of behind the seeds criminal. His first time on tv is exposed. And and you're a known entity bruce bomb. What did you do that. Had to be a weird moment. Does america's most wanted. What amazes me about that josie. They've been facing their fingerprints by people are home going. I've never seen that face but those fingerprints on that doorknob. The other day that was that was my day as a As a instead of a brush with stardom. That was a brush with prison. That was a great story. Bruce why thank you. It was your interesting to call out that everybody wanted to talk to me. We'll thanks for sharing that story on our bonus episode an audience of one ladies and gentlemen the always funny and apparently always interesting stories about his fame in infamous situations. It's bruce bomb. Thanks bruce thank you. 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"Audience of One"    Bruce Baum   Bonus Show # 24   - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:20 min | 7 months ago

"Audience of One" Bruce Baum Bonus Show # 24 - burst 1

"Bruce bruce. Thanks for joining us today. I hear you have a little funny to share with the crowd. Yes i do it by the way you've got the best saudi important world. This happened on hollywood squares match our and at the end of the show they let you pick one of the celebrities and you come out and whatever the the jackpot is up. You try to win. At this point it was thirty thousand dollars. Wow that was a few ten consecutive letters. Like you might start me and then go from c. tearing you'll get one clue and they have to say the word you're trying to get them to say that they get all ten they win thirty thousand well on this particular day. The guys who ended up winning. He's got a beard and he's got a cat. And he's telling steve al and a couple of other stars backstage that he works for the cia and that he monitors foreign stuff out of turkey. And we're like whoo. That's kind of cool but in the back of your mind you're not supposed to carry you there in the

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"steve al" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"steve al" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lisa. Here, you're listening to Chicago's afternoon news on 7 20 w g N And we'd like to welcome back to the program. A great sponsor American weather makers heating and cooling the 60 minute men Now we're at about what Eight or nine minutes ahead of five o'clock each day. At this time, we'll take the temperature of the newsroom sports and just about everywhere else will start. Of course with Kim Gordon, where the hottest story of the day Qin has got to be coming out of Kenosha, right. Had a story of the day is definitely north of us. It's in Kenosha. Um, the announcement today that no charges will be filed. Against the police officer accused of shooting Jacob Lake seven times in the back, and the district attorney also said that Jacob Blake will not be charged now and the thing about saying that Jacob Blake will not be charged. I mean, I We can, and we knew that right? They dropped charges against him. I mean, right? I think he just was confirmed to soften the blow. Charges will be coming on either side of this case, And so the prosecutor started now we're coming up on A little less than two hours ago, and I don't think they're taking questions yet. They're still talking. Yeah. Which I mean to their credit. They're trying to be very deliberate in making their case as to why they wouldn't have had a prosecutorial case had they decided to charge the police officer We've heard from the family as well. Right. We've heard from the family of Jacob Blake. And obviously they're upset about the decision. We're also hearing from residents in Kenosha, who are concerned about possibly You know new protests and and more unrest. In this case, some residents are cautiously optimistic that this is now the last The last incident, and things will be behind them or summer concern that you know things were going to start all over again. And mayor like that also said, You know, the city of Chicago is monitoring the situation will keep you updated on and I know Kim is watching closely. Kevin is watching sports today. You know, I was going to go through some or some covert 19 stuff within the sports world. But I just got the weekly released from the Bears, which provides news and nuggets for the upcoming match up with the same they do it every week. They also provide on this game release. The all the options for your broadcast on Sunday. There's actually gonna be three and I know you fed interest in this. Yeah, in the way networks have been doing this. Whether that at home. Let me get my slime. Okay, Here we go. Uh, well, there's gonna be the CBS to get the A team. Jim Nance, Tony Roma. There are reports Roman's gonna do that from home. Roma wasn't able to make the trip to last week's game because of covert 19 protocols. That's your traditional CBS. You also have Amazon Prime video, which is an all female broadcast to the best reporters out there. Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer will have the Colin Amazon prime video. And Steve Al, You're a huge fan and Nickelodeon Rugrats Rugrats. So the NFL's done this before, but they've selected the Bears Saints game as the Nickelodeon broadcast no eagle on play by play, Nate Burlison. On the commentary. So what's that mean? It means they're going to just add a whole Nickelodeon flair to it? There's gonna be slime and SpongeBob and some of the replays will be made a cartoonist Stiles. I don't know those announcers. So can you date Burlison Does some NFL network now He was a receiver in the NFL for awhile. No egos. Just been a play by play guy. Okay, so they're straight there straight enough. Yeah, straight announces, But just don't figure that share that with you, Steve. I know you've you've been interested in different broadcast styles throughout the pandemic. Will I be able to hear it? Do you think? Yeah, I think I want to meet hope for this line's not too loud. I know they're a pendant Slime will be featured Plenty, and Mary is watching the hot spots in traffic. What's up, Mary? Well, something that was kind of avoided yesterday. Not avoided. But Mayor Life would announced yesterday that starting in March $35 speed camera tickets. They're going to be issued in Chicago. Driver's going over 69 MPH over the limit. You know one story. I'm sorry, Mary. Go ahead. The warnings are going to start getting mailed to drivers on the 15th to kind of get us used to this and all the help, you know, balance the city's budget. You know the story that I think is not getting enough attention. Today is the fact that today is your birthday. I agree. Happy birthday, Mary Accolades. Yeah. Is it a big one? It is. I'm not gonna say. But, yes, It's a pretty big one. Not his biggest McCann. You know Virginia McCaskey McCaskey's 98th. Thank goodness but it's It's pretty big. Well, fantastic. Happy birthday. Go to a nice restaurant all you can't Steve's all right. I'm having a girl for dinner. That's her news. I don't want to hear that. That's our news room temperature Check today, sponsored by American weather makers, heating and cooling the 60 minute, man. When she gets a little kid mayor one from what's worth, Mr Land Decker? I was one of those teenagers that was signed up the phone lines years ago. Evening, 7 to 10. You see? And we're back looking at another lopsided matchup. Gym today we have a combine. Taking on a train. Yeah, that heavy train is about 1000 times heavier than the combine No competition there right, Especially given that it'll take at least a mile to stop that train. That's 18 football fields. It's no contest every day. People are injured or killed. Trying to beat a train at rail crossings. See tracks. Think train. This message brought to you by Operation Lifesaver. Bob.

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"steve al" Discussed on Frankenculture Presents

Frankenculture Presents

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"steve al" Discussed on Frankenculture Presents

"It's it's fucking bonkers. It's ended fucking dumb. Tillis campaign committee in leadership receive donations totaling out to well over one hundred thousand dollars p super pacs with ties to the mpaa the motion picture association. Sony pictures universal movie group comcast and nbc universal the internet and television associates and Warner music as well as others. So all you really have to do is go. Follow that where the money's coming from fuck this guy and fucked fucking dumb fuck you. What's his name. Thom tillis people are literally dying in losing their houses and this assholes trying to me like people should is if they walk by a business playing music. They just go to jail. Yeah fucking idiot. He's tell you what though if this passes i'm going to go outside levi's house blaring copyrighted music so thinks i'm going to stand outside your house with a boombox like say anything it'll be rapid. It'll be great leeway levi. I wouldn't let him do that to you. I go my horn over to the hose. Those no water no. You can't make me shower guys got anything else. Leave is looking real good right now. No i ain't got nothing at stake is. Where can people find. You can find me on twitter twitter and instagram Lumberjacks waiting for my felony charge charge. I work at people find. You can find me on. Instagram and twitter under franken boosy and then on our twitch channel franken culture. Get you go. Get them sleep levi. What's he done altay. My let him leave. Dude i am tired. I've i've exerted nothing so my body just stayed in rest bode oliver. Listen to the pink. Phong station on amazon for like two hours a day so i heard fourteen different versions of baby shark. Seventeen times l. Yeah we get served no argument there make sure to subscribe on all social media platforms. Ron facebook youtube twitter twitch instagram have questions for any of us. Steve al franken culture dot com. We will read them live on the air and answer them. Send some funny questions as well as tell some friends about the show. I'm coming into two thousand twenty one. We really wanna blow up and be able to offer you guys more terms of giveaways swag and get some merch going up. We gotta talk about game of the year soon even though stakeouts and i just proclaimed it was it's already game we know at the end of the year is dental. Crossing we'll legalize opinion by four. Stackhouse has been the franken culture. Podcast episode eighty-one thanks. Bye guys bye..

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"steve al" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"With nine teams and he's considered to be one of baseball's best left handed pitchers especially during his years with the Yankees in the Toronto Blue Jays and he pitched the fifteenth perfect game in Baseball History and he won World Series Championships with Toronto. And the Yankees. Dave I know you grew up in San Diego. You're a self described gym rat and you spend most of your time at the Ocean Beach Recreation Center and Rob Field. Tell me a little bit about them. Well you know. Let's stay can be tracked center was across my elementary school So every day after school go hang out there so you know dinner time we had to go home or your parents and trump pick you up or whatever but It just became the scene for all of us. Kids that lived in In Ocean beach. And you know that was basically a sanctuary. We end up. You know to you. Know four five six even all the way to high school. And that's what we'd hang out and you have anywhere from twenty to fifty kids every night running the premises. But you know we got into basketball player and I I. Was you know degenerate when it came to basketball? It's all I wanted to do. But you know we. We played ditch us the whole block. You play twenty twenty and have to go find them so it was pretty cool but I got more into the Into the basketball part of it and then Donald Rumsfeld After we leave the direction and we go down. Don't play full court there so you get better running for distant Cord some basketball was my second love. I mean if it wasn't baseball his basketball and and then but surfing as well because if there is no surf you can find me at Rothfield or he'll be REC center. Sir I I gotTa tell you. I don't think that there's a better visual in sports tin a summer night and I've talked to a lot of my friends. They grew up back east in the urban areas. And maybe it's ninety degrees and ninety percent relative humidity certainly not the case in San Diego with the humidity anyway. But then you got ten guys on a hard top five shirts five skins I i. I think that's an incredible experience. Would you agree? Yeah I mean one hundred percent hundred percent I mean you got You know you got guys doing different things but you know to me. It's when you're on that either indoor outdoor you know you're playing against each other just you know to me that was my training for for the off-season for baseball. I would just play. You know five seven hours of basketball every day. That was more my condition Meena. That's the sheriff was there. Then you know that's another means of of of Cardio I mean getting your shoulder work in back. Then they didn't have jobs so we didn't do a whole lot of arm exercises so smoking so I mean. Surfing was ideal. When did you think you could be something special? And maybe play professionally baseball. Well I mean I was always dreading literally got me when I started playing. I didn't really catch With my right hand it was. It was Kinda hard but My coach Steve Al and he he passed a few years back but he was my mentor and my guy meant a lot. He taught me. The you know the game play and how to score key. Take Padre Games and you know so I just I I learned from that and you know. Just go up through the ranks to Minor League Major League Pony League cold league and then in the high school I just always progress and I can always still start chatting. Good Curve Ball I was tied at like ten years. Old lemieux's tell her ball the correct. You know it was more like a drop. All stay trump to sex. And that's basically all I used and that's why I became part my fastball curveball. Nobody can touch it. You came up with the Jays in nineteen eighty seven and you were reliever that takes kind of mentality. What was the difference in relieving as compared to starting? How did you adapt to it while when I came up You Know I. I came up with a starter trauma. Game Two starts and then they sent me back now I guess they were hoping for a miracle back then but you know it's just two starts and then they say see you later kid and he will go back to the minor leagues and but once you get the taste of the big leagues you you know you wonder if you. WanNa stay there at the ultimate goal And then I came up as As daily Roach was My kitchen coach and AAA and So he talked to your organization. Saw Me in the bullpen? And today you know. Here's a way of him. Getting up there and Stan Games I did have a rubber arm. I could throw you know I just wake up and throw you know. Twelve six curveball. I was blessed attached. So he kinda pushed for that and then it came back up in September as a reliever and and it pretty much stayed there. I mean I pulled her to be a starter But you know being in a reliever. It's different all because you've got to be ready pretty much every night and you know for you know for me it was it was ideal because you know like. I said I had a rubber arse. I could be used a lot. And that's basically what they did but did they said not. You're going to be a reliever and then you know which I didn't like but then they just moved back and forth. I was relieving starting relieving starting so I just asked him one day. I'd say that'd be one or the other and like I said and they released me nine hundred ninety two. Of course the Jays Blue Jays win the world series. And I remember that team and Cedo Gastonia conversation. I had with him and he said to me that that team stay pretty much even keeled during that season. What do you see as a player that was on that team? What was the essence of their success? You know all we acquired Dave Winfield We had Joe Carter. Who is you know a veteran guy at that time So we didn't. We did have a good team. You try you try to Much eliminate the animosity might goes on. But when you're around guys that long all year round every day it's kind of tough you are GonNa have your stats and all that but try to minimize it in the clubhouse and that's David David Dick and then we got David Colin over there as well and that was play the biggest part of US winning the world series is because you know the pitching pitching everything when it comes to the game in pitching shuts down good heading and our pitching staff was pretty incredible but our offense is even better but when you have guys better guys I gave Phil Joe Carter Candy Maldonado. We had guys like that. That got really stepped up for US. And and and kind of keep things in perspective you know you just try to follow suit you know and the things that same thing happened in ninety eight as well but the Yankees anything that went on we took care of it right away and you know you just try to try to be amicable about everything. And that's how and that's how you win tennis and that's how you stay. You know you you keep a grinding season. You know in perspective. Because you don't want to have that and have a grudge and a chip on your shoulder and you're trying to win a ball game. Yeah the Second World Series Championship came with the Yankees. You signed with them as a free agent. You've always had a lifelong love for the Yankees. Your guy from San Diego. How did that come about well just watching things you know? Tv Black and white back in the day You know these old like the Homerun Derby. They had When Willie mays Hank Aaron Harmon killebrew? You know guys like that would Tampa. She'll clips and stuff and I just is John Babe Ruth Just what he did for the game of baseball. And then you know and in just the Yankees the mystique tate. How did they were back? In the day about get players. They had just islands drawn to that for some reason. Don't ask me why but I just started doing things on debut and started finding out more and more about the Yankees and you know I needed American League team to root for so it was them and you know. I'm glad I did it at a young age But I had to padres. Yeah you asked to wear a uniform number three with the Yankees and of course that was denied because number was long retired But you ended up talking thirty three with the Yankees. I WanNa ask you one particular game. June twenty eighth nineteen ninety seven. You took them out on wearing a nineteen thirty four Babe Ruth had Which blocked for thirty five thousand dollars? Joe Torry made you take it off. Why said it was a part of the acquired uniform? I told me that of his mind that said it is he hasn't ny on it so you know. Just just let it go joe. And he didn't want to let go and so I said I'm GonNa wear it anyways and find me twenty five hundred bucks for four airing. It which I thought was pretty cheesy on his part. But you know he's the manager. I guess you says goes but you know to me. It was just an honor. Babe Ruth I guess and and not only that. But it's worth something that big booth floor and bring it back to life and pitching in a game. That was pretty cool but you know I guess some people. Don't think of it that way but it is what it is and I did what I did and I'm glad I did it of course in the World Series Champ winning season you were eighteen and four. You finished third in the voting for the Cy Young Award in about forty seconds. How did you find New York? Was it exactly what you thought it might be or was it different than what you thought playing in New York well? I didn't really like it when I first went there. I went there and eighty six With some friends just to visit it and I got there. I was just I was really uptight because it's just the cavs. Everybody just moves so fast. I'm like man I can't plane this place and then when I got there Playing when I got to the big leagues and I went and played against them. You know. I'm like wow this I saw it differently. Then I'm like wow. This place is cool and then. I just end up loving it and then when I played there. It just became huge. Part of my life You know I I feel like that's my second home. I feel so comfortable in New York and you know. Just the people that are that Welcome me I mean. I can cruise anywhere in the city and and not get bothered. I go with David caught a lot. We hang out you know. They don't even recognize him anymore but they recognize the office. Get some ball on David. David Wells is with us. We're talking about his outstanding career in the major leagues and of course he played with a number of teams nine teams to be exact but he also through the perfect game in baseball. We'll talk about that as we continue across the country and around the world we've got you on sports byline. 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"steve al" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Conduct global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg I'm Bob Malone Bob thank you so much you're listening to Bloomberg businessweek on Bloomberg radio streaming live on you tube as they would say in my house and by they I mean my sons my god chipotle sinful let it is my life sting is there being a whole of this story quickly into the plant based movement and so they're experimenting with Kali flour rice I am a minute yes I got a or stuck and you could only flower if I remember from Kate crater did we talk to you like a year or so ago about the Cali flower boom yeah that was going to be such a big deal and it has and I think I've recently seen her somebody else say it's kind of over but maybe not right right yeah he's across midnight Callie power to flower and stuff I like it okay so what all right so what I find interesting about this is this is obviously part of the broader sort of plant based movement but we just have to discuss my wife and I with a really good friend of ours who is it top environmental issue so smart about these things and G. base was like ease up on the beyond and impossible stuff because it's super processed a DM exactly and be not great for earth you know like they talk about sustainability and things like that but it really takes a lot of processing and so yeah you know one of the things that the CEO of chipotle who you know Brian Niccol has said is that they're actually not going to use their products beyond an impossible they do sell a tofu option I've had it called so Freda's and it's pretty tasty so I remember they cannot actually meeting with Steve al's in town about that because it's been around for awhile yeah so it's interesting to see what chipotle will do as we move more and more toward this at a plant based world and and whether the enthusiasm content and watch them because their history has been and not to make an impact on earth yeah and like leave it in a better place you know before and so I am watching them very closely to see if they continue in that vein and see what they do why you left I'm laughing because I love it when I have like a subtle influence on you when you're like that impact on earth so I can get.

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"steve al" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:34 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Influencers. Bob. Matt neutral death. Right. Is what we are. I finally, I'm just going to say this, I need to complete my sentence before you cut me off. I finally went into the restroom. At a hotel. To say that 'cause I know he's going to go somewhere. I finally went to the restroom at a hotel, and was there. Carrie alarm went off the ladies tell what I walked on. I walked because it said, and it was it was it was open. There was no door, right? Like in the airport. The little the little lazy. If you've gone go this way, if you're going basically men, women. So I thought, like as admit on top what is I'm gonna go right to cut, right? Cut left. Okay. I go in, and now there's a urinal, Anna lady with the I see red Thursday here in the ladies and well apparently, it was food like you're in there. You're gonna just. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. I walked, right? Out to just bought it was weird. It is weird for me. Yeah. That'd be political or anything. I just thought that, you know, it was just one of those. Would you do that at your house? Would you separate your bath in between you and your lady, I have a house, I like that, that has to back to like the master bathroom wall to showers to saying, let's go to doors to doors? Because sometimes I do as they call it, it will Al. Yeah. All right. Got it. So listen. I'll catch you later camera. Malik is the CEO of a really cool company that we discovered because it, you guys senescent Email by own grow, their companies stocks number symbol is B. I a Canadian stock exchange on the US OTC talking change. It's b I o f regardless you can go to buy ohm. Grow dot com by road dot com. And it is a true conglomerate, they're integrating, growing and processing and sales of cannabis cannabis in Canada, and it's, it's such interesting company because, because carom is an ex investment banking guy. He was the first research analyst in North America to publish a report on the sector and he's obviously he's in a lot of media. And it's been fun to watch this thing even since we got to know him. And I you know, since we've got a bunch of people interested in him now because we've exposed him to national television radio. I said, I'm going to get. Him back on a regular basis and kind of follow the trajectory of the company. Karen, great to have you along today all the way up there from Canada to see it. Well, that's all here. So, so here's my question for you. My question would be can you tell us the difference before we get in your company? The difference between how cannabis companies are operated in Canada versus the US because you are basically a multinational company and you're kind of pivoting as you go here a little bit. Yes. I said that the rules, the regulations are federally in Canada and their states. And civic, in the US the biggest difference is and we can move things across provincial borders from BC all the way to add new flood. Also, we can ship products overseas significant issues of the receiving jurisdiction allows imports events. So that's so you can ship overseas. But can you ship from Canada to the US, because does it depend on states? Doesn't it goes? It's illegal to federal level. So you can't cross aired apple border. So that so that thing around the US. So that's federal as soon as you get decide though, it's a state thing, that's the issue. So let's talk about supply and demand in Canada. Because look at your smaller country in population than the US is, but that doesn't it's almost I don't wanna be provincial here. But I think it's almost better that way. Because if you think in terms of figuring the thing out so we can go to school on. You guys. We're going to school on a smaller restaurant before we open up the big rest, right for you as a company that's going to be multinational talk about supply and demand versus the two countries. And then how this whole thing's going to shake out when it's all done. Sure, what's interesting about the Canadian wave dude things. We're, we're highly highly regulated regulators federal jurisdiction. So that what that means is if you're looking to develop a demand or supply profile for this sector as a whole domestically speaking, it's fairly easy to do whereas in various states several cow, Colorado. For example, you know, it's easy to get the licensing. You have no idea how it supplies gonna come online. Let's say three months for now over here. It's pretty easy to predict so it's all buttoned out. There's a lot. There's a supply shortage right now in Canada, for a variety of let's say it's and structural reasons. But that'll be cleaned up in the in due course in the coming quarters, I have to ask you does it matter for you guys. Let's just say the federal government in the US said it's okay to do business in the cannabis space. Right. Would it matter to you, as a company can whether that's state, particularly was a research, cannabis state. In other words, medicinal cannabis state versus recreational cannabis faith, or is there, a better sort of vertical here or they both just gonna blow up? I think the US is gonna go is around twenty twenty you're probably gonna go legal on a medical basis of federal level. I'm not sure when recreational go live. So that is interesting allow Steve quite a few more things across the border, which we are not allowed to be right now. I think where it gets actually doctor for dated perspective. If cap if the US went legal at, on the recreational side of, Jan may impact are deleted, go into certain four jurisdictions as, as a leading entity dirt entity space globally, or is a lot of competition from US companies. I've got a couple ideas. I don't know if you've ever considered this book, tunneling. Yeah. He's saying freeze got be worth. I guess, but it does have a good question. Are were as close as we've ever been in this in this sector to actually lifting the veil in the US, and I would ask you is the US Lynch pin because you've got Israel. You've got Canada. You got us stralia. You've got some pretty big countries that have got some long long standing. Experience in this industry, and those countries are still very much alive or nobody's killing each other is US to Lynch pin that, that blows this thing, why don't we ask a way in your opinion? I think it is. I mean, in terms of the US influence, or all of the world, or you get you can make whatever case, you want prevent economics point. But there's so the cultural leader of the world in a lot of ways. So, so going live with a federal program will influence other jurisdictions dramatically the oceans, considering larger than Canada or Australia. For example, you've got more people in California than we do encounter. Let's talk a little bit about. I'm gonna keep you over today because I'm going to talk about your company completely the next segment. But the farm Bill here in the US. Happened at the end of last year. This is a big deal because first of all it opened the door for federal banking with respect to the hamp industry in the US, you guys don't have banking, and I, I guess it's a two part question, number one, what when you guys went legal was the most notable. One of the most notable things that banking part of our country. And number two. Tell us the difference down here between happened cannabis? I think it's important to designate sure we had some issues in back of the big four five banks, but ultimately the credit union stepped in to fill the void and the banks came in later on Palmer on board yet been an issue in any great sense here. And we back with everything they typically do variety of stations. As relates to the US has seated on farmville pass in the US, but it's only halfway measure in the US, if you think about the FDA hasn't ruled on empty. So if you were a publicly traded company, you'd be very careful not to send product over state borders overseas, yet, until the is ruled whatever ruling on the concept of having, but you can grow it now within something you can do before. So I guess a step in the right direction. And I think as far as medicinally speaking, and we're gonna get into this, when you talk about your company here in just a minute. But, but this is their difference between hemp cannabis and cannabis. Not really. I mean, there's a bit of difference in terms of how we grow cultivators processed the ad doesn't see the out of the plot, but it's basically the same plot at the end of the day. Have base against Steve, Al planet, just bread down to Ivanhoe, CIT, it's, it's really interesting. Karen Malik is the CEO of biomass grow Inc. A bio grow Inc. Is the name of the company, and of course, and you're looking for, for television audience you're looking at their website right now? The stock exchange stocks in the US. I f and basically integrated drawing processing and sales, you are a true conglomerates and because of that, I've got to ask you, are you looking more towards the long term impact of medical cannabis, you looking merged the long term impact of recreational cannabis, or is it, yes. Sully. It's all of the above. Yes, it is only about, but we do for the medical side of things overseas because the margins are better, you can top things medical in canton. And in, in recreation, surly, and their stickier pricing, even get a medical, plus most of the world's coming online with medical programs, and those populations dramatically argument, what we have here in Canada or the US, right. So I think we'll do eighty percent of our sales overseas the next couple of years, it'll be all medical and the twenty percent. We do in Canada. We'll be largely recreational stay right there for one steps. Great stuff care. Malik CEO. Let's.

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"steve al" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:37 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"T h o s get ethos dot com. Get ethos dot com. This is Waddle and Silvy. To interject this. I just got the chills like in the good way. I just had like a kind of a tingling feeling just overcame afternoons from two to six his pulsating through my body right on ESPN, Chicago. Right, obviously, the big story in the Chicago in the surrounding areas the cold today. So our salute to you, if you're in your car, you're you're working today for everyone who works outside. You get a double tip of the capitol. Thank I mean, who's working outside today. The mail service has stopped right. I heard someone calling the cap today. Someone who does work on pipes. They're all these people who have to go and make these calls to homes where the the pipes are frozen. And aren't you on the inside as opposed to the outside of the house? I'm not sure but Conrad people. There's been you know, Comcast. More people than you think. Oh, yeah. Who are still having orc outside. So those people God bless you. God bless you. And if you're not working today, the Kathy got. And just warm up with us on a very cold day in the city. She got got a good question for you to later in the show about maybe we'll pull it Danny brought this up. It took him fifteen minutes to finally get his best stuff into the pre show fistfight. Yes. We appreciate this fight when he asked this. I think he doubled back and did ask you that? I stepped outside to take a call from my wife, but that was late. It was like one thirty one twenty five when I did that now is around the time came up with this. If today was the NFC championship game. Oh, I heard. Yeah. Fifty below zero. The high temperature today was is going to be thirteen below. That's the high. My ass is not in the stadium. Do you go to the game? Now, I did that before I told you told you that a million times all of you out there listening that I went to the the freezer bowl, and Cincinnati my brother, and I left at halftime. And I was young and I was stupid at that time. I appreciate the effort from everyone is willing to go out there and support their favorite football team. I admire it, I'm not that guy. I'm on my couch. So next year the NFC title game. I believe is the night game. Because we don't they flip it every year where they came in. They do it was the saints game was the first game. And then Kansas City patriots. So next year. It will be like a five o'clock start if a day like today, forget the high temperature. We you're starting to get now lower Soviets twenty below zero real temperature not out there. I sorry. I'm willing to accept the criticism. That comes from the hards, I'm not I will be cheering loudly for my favorite team from my couch. And is there anything else other than going to a game that you would do optionally today? Not go to work. That's something you have to do. But is there anything you would do optionally today today anything that would say? I do that today outside. I can't think of I if I won the lottery go outside and pick up my water my lottery winnings. If they were being delivered to me about making running an errand. I mean. No, I'm saying like an outdoor activity a lot of outdoor activities to begin with Mike you like I don't ski really to begin. No, you people don't ski in this weather. No. I know that can I've done it. You're an idiot. Risque have done it at this weather. It granite peak. This would be my question though. And I don't know a ton about skiing doesn't don't the slopes ice over don't they freeze and then it becomes dangerous. Skiing. Skiing, but you will do it. If you have like skiing if you have like a weekend that's planned in your only of three days up there. If you went goski. Wow. The good thing is the mountains are empty usually. This is I I would say we're a we have the possibility of setting the all-time low temperature. And I think we may have set the Dow lowest high temperature in the history of this city, I would question whether or not the ski resort would actually allow you to go out in this weather, would they like today's historic day is my point today is not just and I get it. They're tough guys. Tough guys who go to work. No matter also. But for me like this isn't a joke a day. This is historically cold day that in my lifetime. I've never had a gay this cold we smash the record low. So the record low on this day was minus fifteen and that was in nineteen sixty six today. We've reached minus twenty three that was my question Waddell asked about how he doesn't know if they'd let you ski do you think the NFL would let the bears have the game on a day like today? It's a it's a governor state of emergency. They've called the freezer not the freezer bowl but the ice bowl, right? The freezer bowl Cincinnati. But I also think the one in Green Bay years and years and years and years ago that one was minus thirteen wasn't it a mediator title game? That I was that was like minus nine. But with the wind chill factor today nine below ice bowl was minus fifteen degrees with an average wind chill around minus forty eight. That's so that's comparable to this. Right. Where we are. Now. I mean, we're going to get more men tonight. We're supposed to get down to twenty seven below and that would tie the all time low temperature on any day the records that Danny will that he was tired about happened on this date. I'm talking about in Chicago. There's never been a lower temperature than twenty-seven below zero on any date, and we may equal that tonight into early this morning like again like this once in a lifetime. Yeah. Like, would you ever? I don't know what the NFL cancel again. No. They haven't in the past. The only time they do that stuff is when it's lightning. Yeah. Probably. Like, what are you hurricanes hurricanes? Lightning. A baseball game was cancelled because of an earthquake there on a tight schedule, obviously. But what are they postponing it till what the next day because obviously I mean, just theoretically if you're working on for tomorrow tomorrow's down back to the podium, so we could ask and we take this game down to the Lucas oil dome. Whatever it's called down there. Is that what we do know you can't do that? But you worked all year for homefield advantage. Get out there. So you played here. Yeah. You get out there and you play it. It's a good question. We'll pull that question later. And by the way, Steve Al who's always quick with the with the wit. Says those people who fixed the frozen pipes and they'd be called plumbers. Yeah. That's true. I I didn't know if you were talking about like, not just plumbers. But like, what would you say municipal workers that do a little bit of that? That's what I thought you were talking because this guy didn't say he was a guy who called any says, he's outdoors right go and call the call to call, and he's gotta be outdoors fixing this sort of stuff. Someone just walked by State Street now outside the beautiful I mid West Bank studio, where it's always toasty warm. But someone just walked by in the ski helmet and the ski ski goggles that smart. That is I didn't bring gloves today. Did you bring love? Oh, yeah. Of course, how why would you bring my hands in my pockets? And you are just calling from the parking garage right next door. You love yourself a good weather day. Don't you? Well, look, I've got the long underwear on today off. Really well. Yeah. Because what happens if your car does break down? What happens if your car? Or you do. But you're what happens if the engine stops running? And you've got no heat. Do calisthenics you Jack your skin cannot be exposed for more than five minutes outdoors. Okay. My car, then that's not outdoors like you need to have an emergency kit. You're gonna be inside your car. You're going to be swampy at about three twenty on schlumpy. Now total swamp. It's not pleasant like walking around indoors with a hood and his hat, and I'm like, dude, I'm sweating indoors because the heat so high and because.

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"steve al" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on KCRW

"Edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. We have a long view now of the turbulent news media. It comes from Al hunt journalist for half a century. It recently took a half step back from daily journalism and paused for a moment to reflect on people entering his profession. If approached today by young person who said I aspire to be a Washington journalist, would you tell them to run away. No, I wouldn't I tell them to do it. That advice may sound surprising at this moment. Thousands of journalists have lost their jobs in recent years, including many just last week at Gannett newspapers, BuzzFeed and elsewhere. That is an odd development considering the journalists are also being told their work is vital to democracy yet. Al hunt's still finds the job meaningful for those who remain in it since coming to Washington in nineteen sixty nine hunt is covered scandal ridden presidencies for the Wall Street Journal. And then for Bloomberg many things have changed. But just as when he started. He says journalism is about trying to find out what powerful people do buying closed doors. You know, the media was profoundly different. But the reporters, I don't think we're that different. I mean, yeah, you can see distinctions. But I think betrayed is really quite the same. I guess we should note that the press corps at that time was overwhelmingly white men. There were no I want I joined the Wall Street Journal bureau here in nineteen sixty nine there wasn't a single woman in the bureau, and there were no people of color, anywhere. Now the post and times had a few women not very many. So it was it was a much different environment. What were you doing during? Watergate I was coming. Congress and I covered the urban committee a little bit Senate majority leader, Mike Mansfield, set up a special Watergate committee in nineteen Seventy-three headed by very conservative north Carolinian named Sam Irvin. Who had a great reverence for the constitution. And what that committee really did is it really set the stage for an impeachment proceedings to begin in the house the next year did the system work in nineteen seventy four. Yes, absolutely worked. They did it right? It had public support. The president did go quietly into the night. I mean, Nixon must be given credit. He didn't try to stay beyond when he could say didn't try to rouse, the people to the streets. I'd worry about that today and lost a single tweet after leaving. Did the system work in the nineteen ninety s when Bill Clinton was impeached, and then acquitted by the Senate, no is a sham because it wasn't a serious job. It was a political job to begin with and look Clinton live Clinton did some things my view back. Then was Clinton should have been censored by the congress that they should have said, you know, this is unacceptable. He lied about sex. I'm not excusing any kind of line. I just doubt very much that rises to an impeachable offense. Nixon had done things with the CIA and the FBI and the IRS that were unlawful and unconscionable far far greater sins. And I think that became an embarrassment to for the Republicans have backfired, and it just no one can look in that is a model that you'd ever want to emulate how well is the system working now. Not well, see when I came here in nineteen sixty nine the Vietnam war was raging. Civil rights was still a huge issue. Watergate was on the horizon, Nixon was a divisive president, and there were people of, you know, strongly different views, but there was a certain comedy and congress and in Washington today. I don't think the stakes are nearly as big and there's far far less comedy. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, one time set of academic politics. So bitter because so little is at stake. And sometimes you think that today. I mean, the bitterness is just over a wall. I mean, it's just it's it's insane. Steve it really is. And so in that sense. The system is not working is the country in danger. Yeah. Angry country isn't danger. I've never thought that before I didn't even think it would Nixon. But I do think there were people around Nixon who whatever's dreamed him. Yeah. And I worry about that today, particularly with Jim Mattis gone and the dangerous. What what is it you're afraid of because somebody? Listening many people maybe millions of people are listening who think the president is not a danger at all they support him or they just don't think it's that bad. They don't think it's that big a deal. No, I know, and they will point, you know. So he's been in office for two years. And we think some good things have happened. And what are the bad things? The problem. Steve is that he doesn't know much, and he doesn't really care so much. He really hasn't faced a crises press have been good times. This has been really good times and not just at home. But but on the on the foreign front. I mean, there hasn't been a crisis. He talks about what he's done. He created the crisis grow. He made it the crisis on the Korean peninsula. So when a crisis occurs, we're not sure how he'll react and be what kind of advisers he will have around him. And what kind of advice they'll give when you read about the thirteen day. John F Kennedy in the Cuban missile crisis. One of the things that striking they made mistakes. But one of the things that is striking is how good the advice was from some people back then and I'm not sure what would. What happened today if we hit a crisis L on thanks so much for coming by? Thank you, Steve Al hunt, formerly of the Wall Street Journal and of Bloomberg who has left daily journalism after half a century though in this twenty first century. He is now with James Carville starting a podcast. Singer James Ingram has.

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"steve al" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on KCRW

"Is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. We have a long view now of the turbulent news media. It comes from Al hunt journalist for half a century. It recently took a half step back from daily journalism and paused for a moment to reflect on people entering his profession. If approach today by young person who said I aspire to be a Washington journalist, would you tell them to run away. No, I wouldn't I tell them to do it that advice may sound surprising that this moment thousands of journalists have lost their jobs in recent years, including many just last week at Gannett newspapers, BuzzFeed and elsewhere that is an odd development considering that journalists are also being told their work is vital to democracy yet. Al hunt's still find the job meaningful for those who remain in it. Since coming to Washington in nineteen sixty nine hunt is covered scandal ridden presidencies for the Wall Street Journal. And then for Bloomberg many things have changed. But just as when he started. He says journalism is about trying to find out what powerful people do buying closed doors. You know, the media was profoundly different. But the reporters, I don't think we're that different. I mean, yeah, you can see distinctions. But I think betrayed is really quite the same. I guess we should note that the press corps at that time was overwhelmingly white men. There were no I want I joined the Wall Street Journal bureau here in nineteen sixty nine there wasn't a single woman in the bureau, and there were no people of color, anywhere. Now the post and times had a few women not very many. So it was it was a much different environment. What were you doing during? Watergate, I was coming congress. And I covered the urban committee a little bit Senate majority leader, Mike Mansfield, set up a special Watergate committee in nineteen Seventy-three headed by a very conservative north Carolinian named Sam. Urban who had a great reverence for the constitution. And what that committee really did. Is it really set the stage for an impeachment proceeding to begin in the house the next year did the system work in nineteen seventy four? Yes, absolutely worked. They did it right? It had public support. The president did go quietly into the night. I mean, Nixon must be given credit. He didn't try to stay beyond when he could say didn't try to rouse, the people to the streets. I'd worry about that today and offers a single tweet after leaving. Did the system work in the nineteen ninety s when Bill Clinton was impeached, and then acquitted by the Senate, no is a sham because it wasn't a serious job. It was a political job to begin with and look Clinton live Clinton did some things my view back. Then was Clinton should have been censored by the congress that they should have said, you know, this is unacceptable. He lied about sex. I'm not excusing any kind of line. I just doubt very much that rises to an impeachable offense. Nixon had done things with the CIA and the FBI and the IRS that were unlawful and unconscionable far far greater sense. And I think that became an embarrassment to for the Republicans have backfired, and it just no one can look on that is a model that you'd ever want to emulate how well is the system working now. Not well, see when I came here in nineteen sixty nine the Vietnam war was raging. Civil rights was still a huge issue. Watergate was on the horizon, Nixon was a divisive president. And then there were people of, you know, strongly different views, but there was a certain comedy and congress and in Washington today. I don't think the stakes are nearly as big and there's far far less comedy. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, one time said of academic politics. So bitter so little as it's fake. And sometimes you think that today. I mean, the bitterness is just over a wall. I mean, it's just it's it's insane. Steve it really is. And so in that sense the system is not working because the country in danger. Yeah. The country isn't danger. I've never thought that before I didn't even think it would Nixon. But I do think there were people around Nixon who whatever's dreamed him. Yeah. And I worry about that today. Particularly Jim Mattis gone and the dangerous. What what is it you're afraid of because somebody listening many people, maybe millions of people who are listening who think the president is not a danger at all they support him or they just don't think it's that bad. They don't think it's that big a deal. No, I know, and they will point to you know, so we've been in office for two years, and we think some good things have happened. And what are the bad things? The problem. Steve is that he doesn't know much, and he doesn't really care to know much. He really hasn't faced a crises presidents have been good times. These have been really good times and not just at home. But but on the on the foreign front. I mean, there hasn't been a crisis. He talks about what he's done career. He created the crisis to some extent grow. He Zach survey the crisis on the Korean peninsula. So when a crisis occurs, we're not sure. Hey, how he'll react and be what kind of advisers he will have around him. And what kind of advice they'll give when you read about the thirteen days. John F Kennedy and the Cuban missile crisis. One of the things that striking they made mistakes. But one of the things that is striking is how good the advice was from some people back then and I'm not sure what would happen today. If we hit a crisis L, thanks so much for coming by. Thank you, Steve Al hunt, formerly of the Wall Street Journal and of Bloomberg who has left daily journalism after half a century though in this twenty first century. He is now with James Carville starting a podcast..

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"steve al" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Some patchy morning fog inland with a slight chance of showers this morning, then rain likely this afternoon and this evening. The time is twenty two minutes past the hour of five and as we get ready to go back to morning edition this morning. We hope you'll stay with us. We've got lots of programming coming your way, including the foreign programs. We told you at nine o'clock followed by here. Now coming your way this morning at eleven. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. We have a long view now of the turbulent news media. It comes from Al hunt journalist for half a century. It recently took a half step back from daily journalism and paused for a moment to reflect on people entering his profession. If approach today by young person who said I aspire to be a Washington journalist, would you tell them to run away. No, I would not tell them to do it that advice may sound surprising that this moment. Thousands of journalists have lost their jobs in recent years, including many just last week at Gannett newspapers BuzzFeed and elsewhere that is an odd development considering that journalists are also being told their work is vital to democracy yet. Al hunt still finds the job meaningful for those who remain in it. Since coming to Washington in nineteen sixty nine hunt is covered scandal ridden presidencies for the Wall Street Journal. And then for Bloomberg many things have changed but Justice when he started he says journalism is about trying to find out what powerful people do buying closed doors. You know, the media was profoundly different. But the reporters, I don't think we're that different. I mean, yeah, you can see distinctions. But I think the trade is really quite the same. I guess we should note that the press corps at that time was overwhelmingly white men. There were no when I joined the Wall Street Journal bureau here in one thousand nine sixty nine there wasn't a single woman in the bureau, and there were no people of color, anywhere. Now the post and times had a few women not very many. So it was it was a much different environment. What were you doing during? Watergate, I was coming congress. And I covered the urban committee a little bit Senate majority leader, Mike Mansfield, set up a special Watergate committee in one thousand nine hundred ninety three headed by a very conservative north Carolinian named Sam. Urban who had a great reverence for the constitution. And what that committee really did. Is it really set the stage for an impeachment proceeding to begin in the house the next year did the system work in nineteen seventy four? Yes, absolutely worked. They get it. Right. It had public support. The president did go quietly into the night. I mean, Nixon must be given credit. He didn't try to stay beyond when he could say didn't try to rouse, the people to the streets. I'd worry about that today. And also single tweet after leaving. They did the system work in the nineteen ninety s when Bill Clinton was impeached, and then acquitted by the Senate, no is this sham because it wasn't a serious job. It was a political job to begin with and look Clinton lie Clinton did some things my view back. Then was Clinton should have been censured by congress that they should have said, you know, this is unacceptable. He lied about sex. I'm not excusing any kind of line. I doubt very much that rises to an impeachable offense. Nixon had done things with the CIA and the FBI and the IRS that were on lawful and unconscionable far far greater sense. And I think that became an embarrassment to for the Republicans have backfired, and it just no one can look in that is a model that you'd ever want to emulate how well is the system working now. Not well, Steve when I came here in nineteen sixty nine the Vietnam war was raging. Civil rights was still a huge issue. Watergate was on the horizon, Nixon was a divisive president, and there were people of strongly different views, but there was a certain comedy and congress and in Washington today. I don't think the stakes are nearly as big and there's far far less comedy fashion. One hand one time said of academic, politics, so bitter because so little is at stake. And sometimes you think that today. I mean, the bitterness is just over a wall. I mean, it's just it's it's insane. Steve it really is. And so in that sense the system is not working because the country danger. Yeah. Countries endanger, I've never thought that before. I didn't even think it would Nixon. But I do think there were people around Nixon who whatever's dreamed him. Yeah. And I worry about that today. Particularly Jim Mattis gone and the dangerous. What what is it you're afraid of because somebody listening many people, maybe millions of people are listening who thanked the president is not a danger at all they support him or they just don't think it's that they don't think it's that big a deal. No, I know, and they will point to you know, so we've been in office for two years, and we think some good things have happened. And what are the bad things? The problem. Steve is that he doesn't know much, and he doesn't really care to know much. He really hasn't faced a crises presidents have been good times been really good times and not just at home. But but on the on the foreign front. I mean there hasn't met crisis. He talks about what he's done career. He created the crisis to some extent grow. He made the crisis on the Korean peninsula. So when a crisis occurs, we're not sure. Hey, how he'll react and be what kind of advisers he will have around him. And what kind of advice they'll give when you read about the thirteen day. John F Kennedy in the Cuban missile crisis. One of the things have striking. They made mistakes. But one of the things that is striking is how good the advice was from some people back then and I'm not sure what would happen today. If we hit a crisis L on thanks so much for coming by. Thank you, Steve Al hunt, formerly of the Wall Street Journal and of Bloomberg who has left daily journalism after half a century though in this twenty first century. He is now with James Carville starting a podcast. Singer James Ingram.

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"steve al" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And I'm Steve Inskeep. We have a long view now of the turbulent news media. It comes from Al hunt a journalist for half a century. It recently took a half step back from daily journalism and paused for a moment to reflect on people entering his profession. If approached today by young person who said I aspire to be a Washington journalist, would you tell them to run away. No, I wouldn't I tell them to do it. That advice may sound surprising at this moment. Thousands of journalists have lost their jobs in recent years, including many just last week at Gannett newspapers BuzzFeed and elsewhere that is an odd development considering that journalists are also being told their work is vital to democracy yet. Al Huntsville finds the job meaningful for those who remain in it. Since coming to Washington in nineteen sixty nine hunt is covered scandal ridden presidencies for the Wall Street Journal. And then for Bloomberg many things have changed. But just as when he started he says journalism about trying to find out what powerful people do buying closed doors. You know, the media was profoundly different. But the reporters, I don't think we're that different. I mean, yeah, you can see distinctions. But I think the trade is really quite the same. I guess we should note that the press corps at that time was overwhelmingly white men. There were no when I joined the Wall Street Journal bureau here in nineteen sixty nine there wasn't a single woman in the bureau, and there were no people of color, anywhere. Now the post and times had a few women not very many. So it was it was a much different environment. What were you doing during? Watergate, I was coming congress. And I covered the urban committee a little bit Senate majority leader Mike Mansfield, set up a special Watergate committee in nineteen Seventy-three headed by very conservative north Cal. Named Sam Irvin. Who had a great reverence for the constitution. And what that committee really did. Is it really set the stage for an impeachment proceeding to begin in the house the next year did the system work in nineteen seventy four? Yes, absolutely worked. They did it right? It had public support. The president did go quietly into the night. I mean, Nixon must be give him credit. He didn't try to stay beyond when he could say didn't try to rouse, the people to the streets. I'd worry about that today and offers a single tweet after leaving. Did the system work in the nineteen ninety s when Bill Clinton was impeached, and then acquitted by the Senate no sham because it wasn't a serious job. It was a political job to begin with and look Clinton. Lied clinton. Did some things my view back then was Clinton should have been censored by then congress that they should have said, you know, this is unacceptable. He lied about sex. I'm not excusing any kind of line. I doubt very much that rises to an impeachable offense. Nixon had done things with the CIA and the FBI and the IRS that were unlawful and unconscionable far far greater sense. And I think that became an embarrassment to for the Republicans have backfired, and it just no one can live on that is a model you'd ever want to emulate how well is the system working now. Not well, see when I came here in nineteen sixty nine the Vietnam war was raging. Civil rights was still a huge issue. Watergate was on the horizon, Nixon was divisive president, and there were people of, you know, strongly different views, but there was a certain comedy and congress and in Washington today. I don't think the stakes are nearly as big and there's far far less comedy. Dan, Patrick Moynihan, one time said of academic politics. So bitter so little is at stake. And sometimes you think that today. I mean, the bitterness is just over a wall. I mean, it's just it's it's insane. Steve it really is. And so in that sense. The system is not working is the country in danger. Yeah. I think the country is in danger. I've never thought that before I didn't even think it would Nixon. But I do think there were people around Nixon who whatever's dreamed him. Yeah. And I worry about that today, particularly with Jim Mattis gone and the dangerous. What what is it you're afraid of because somebody? Listening many people maybe millions of people are listening who thanked the president is not a danger at all support him or they just don't think it's that. They don't think it's that big a deal. No, I know, and they will point to you know, so he's been in office for two years. And we think some good things have happened. And what are the bad things? The problem. Steve is that he doesn't know much, and he doesn't really care to know much. He really hasn't faced a crises press have been good times has been really good times and not just at home. But but on the on the foreign front. I mean, there hasn't been a crisis. He talks about what he's done. He created the crisis to some extent exacerbated the crisis on the Korean peninsula. So when a crisis occurs, we're not sure how he'll react and be what kind of advisers he will have around him, and what kind of advice, they'll give when you read about the thirteen days. John F Kennedy and the Cuban missile crisis. One of the things that striking made mistakes. But one of the things that is striking is how good the advice was from some people back then and I'm not sure what would. Happen today. If we hit a crisis L on thanks so much for coming by. Thank you, Steve Al hunt, formerly of the Wall Street Journal and a Bloomberg who has left daily journalism after half a century though in this twenty first century. He is now with James Carville starting a podcast. Singer James.

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"steve al" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on KCRW

"And I'm Steve Inskeep. We have a long view now of the turbulent news media. It comes from Al hunt journalist for half a century. It recently took a half step back from daily journalism and paused for a moment to reflect on people entering his profession. If approach today by young person who said I aspire to be a Washington journalist, would you tell them to run away. No, I wouldn't I tell them to do it. That advice may sound surprising at this moment. Thousands of journalists have lost their jobs in recent years, including many just last week at Gannett newspapers BuzzFeed and elsewhere that is an odd development considering the journalists are also being told their work is vital to democracy yet. Al hunt still finds the job meaningful for those who remain in it. Since coming to Washington in hundred sixty nine hunt is covered scandal ridden presidencies for the Wall Street Journal. And then for Bloomberg many things have changed. But just as when he started. He says journalism is about trying to find out what powerful people do buying closed doors. You know, the media was profoundly different. But the reporters, I don't think we're that different. I mean, yeah, you can see distinctions. But I think betrayed is really quite the same. I guess we should note that the press corps at that time was overwhelmingly white men. There were no when I joined the Wall Street Journal bureau here in nineteen sixty nine there wasn't a single woman in the bureau, and there were no people of color, anywhere. Now the post and times had a few women not very many. So it was it was a much different environment. What were you doing during Watergate coming congress, and I covered the urban committee a little bit Senate majority leader Mike Mansfield, set up a special Watergate committee in nineteen Seventy-three headed by a very conservative north Cal. Linnea named Sam urban who had a great reverence for the constitution. And what that committee really did. Is it really set the stage for an impeachment proceeding to begin in the house the next year did the system work in nineteen seventy four? Yes, absolutely worked. They did it right? It had public support. The president did go quietly into the night. I mean, Nixon must be give him credit. He didn't try to stay beyond when he could say didn't try to rouse, the people to the streets. I'd worry about that today and lost a single tweet after leaving. Did the system work in the nineteen ninety s when Bill Clinton was impeached, and then acquitted by the Senate, no is a sham because it wasn't a serious job. It was a political job to begin with and look Clinton live Clinton did some things my view back. Then was Clinton should have been censored by the congress that they should have said, you know, this is unacceptable. He lied about sex. I'm not excusing any kind of line. I just doubt very much that rises to an impeachable offense. Nixon had done things for the CIA and the FBI and the IRS that were unlawful and unconscionable far far greater sense. And I think that became an embarrassment to the Republicans have backfired, and it just no one can look in that is a model you'd ever want to emulate how well is the system working now. Not well, Steve when I came here nine hundred sixty nine the Vietnam war was raging. Civil rights was still a huge issue. Watergate was on the horizon, Nixon was a divisive president, and there were people of, you know, strongly different views, but there was a certain comedy and congress and in Washington today. I don't think the stakes are nearly as big and there's far far less comedy. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, one time set of academic politics. So bitter because so little is at stake. And sometimes you think that today. I mean, the bitterness is just over a wall. I mean, it's just it's it's insane. Steve it really is. And so in that sense. The system is not working is the country in danger. Yeah. I think the country is in danger. I've never thought that before I didn't even think it would Nixon. But I do think there were people around Nixon who whatever's read him. Yeah. And I worry about that today, particularly with Jim Mattis gone and the dangerous. What what is it you're afraid of because somebody? Listening many people maybe millions of people who are listening who think the president is not a danger at all they support him or they just don't think it's that bad. They don't think it's that big a deal. No, I know, and they will point to you know, so he's been in office for two years. And we think some good things have happened. And what are the bad things? The problem. Steve is that he doesn't know much, and he doesn't really care to know much. He really hasn't faced a crises procedures have been good times been really good times and not just at home. But but on the on the foreign front. I mean, there hasn't been a crisis. He talks about what he's done. He created the crisis to some extent grow. He exacerbated the crisis on the Korean peninsula. So when a crisis occurs, we're not sure how he'll react and be what kind of advisers he will have around the and what kind of advice, they'll give when you read about the thirteen day, John F Kennedy and the Cuban missile crisis. One of the things that striking they made mistakes. But one of the things that is striking is how good the advice was from some people back then and I'm not sure what would. Happen today. If we hit a crisis L on thanks so much for coming by. Thank you, Steve Al hunt, formerly of the Wall Street Journal and of Bloomberg who has left daily journalism after half a century though in this first century. He is now with James Carville starting a podcast..

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"steve al" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:23 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And I'm Steve Inskeep. We have a long view now of the turbulent news media. It comes from Al hunt journalist for half a century. It recently took a half step back from daily journalism and paused for a moment to reflect on people entering his profession. If approached today by young person who said I aspire to be a Washington journalist, would you tell them to run away. No, I wouldn't I tell them to do it. That advice may sound surprising at this moment. Thousands of journalists have lost their jobs in recent years, including many just last week at Gannett newspapers BuzzFeed and elsewhere that is an odd development considering the journalists are also being told their work is vital to democracy yet. Al hunt still finds the job meaningful for those who remain in it. Since coming to Washington in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine hunt is covered scandal ridden presidencies for the Wall Street Journal. And then for Bloomberg smelly things have changed. But just as when he started. He says journalism is about trying to find out what powerful people do buying closed doors. You know, the media was profoundly different. But the reporters, I don't think we're that different. I mean, yeah, you can see distinctions. But I think betrayed is really quite the same. I guess we should note that the press corps at that time was overwhelmingly white men. There were no when I joined the Wall Street Journal bureau here in nineteen sixty nine there wasn't a single woman in the bureau, and there were no people of color, anywhere. Now the post and times had a few women not very many. So it was it was a much different environment. What were you doing during? Watergate, I was coming congress. And I covered the urban committee a little bit Senate majority leader Mike Mansfield, set up a special Watergate committee in nineteen Seventy-three headed by very conservative north Cal. Name Sam Irvin. Who had a great reverence for the constitution. And what that committee really did is it really set the stage for an impeachment proceedings to begin in the house. The next year did the system work in nineteen seventy four. Yes, absolutely work. They get it. Right. It had public support. The president did go quietly into the night. I mean, Nixon must be given credit. He didn't try to stay beyond when he could say didn't try to rouse, the people to the streets. I'd worry about that today. And also a single tweet after leaving. Did the system work in the nineteen ninety s when Bill Clinton was impeached, and then acquitted by the Senate, no is a sham because it wasn't a serious job. It was a political job to begin with and look Clinton live Clinton did some things my view back. Then was Clinton should have been censored by the congress, the face should've said, you know, this is unacceptable. He lied about sex. I'm not excusing any kind of line. I just doubt very much that rises to an impeachable offense. Nixon had done things with the CIA and the FBI and the IRS that were unlawful and unconscionable far far greater sense. And I think that became an embarrassment to for the Republicans have backfired, and no one can look in that is a model that you'd ever wanna emulate how well is the system working now. Not well, see when I came here in nineteen sixty nine the Vietnam war was raging. Civil rights was still a huge issue. Watergate was on the horizon, Nixon was divisive president, and there were people of, you know, strongly different views, but there was a certain comedy and congress and in Washington today. I don't think the stakes are nearly as big and there's far far less comedy. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, one time set of academic politics. So bitter because so little is at stake. And sometimes you think back today. I mean, the bitterness is just over a wall. I mean, the base just it's insane. Steve it really is. And so in that sense. The system is not working is the country in danger. Yeah. I think we country isn't danger. I've never thought that before I didn't even think it would Nixon. But I do think there were people around Nixon who whatever's dreamed him. Yeah. And I worry about that today, particularly with Jim Mattis gone and the dangerous. What what is it your freight of because somebody listening many people, maybe millions of people are listening who think the president is not a danger at all they support him. Or are. They just don't think it's that they don't think it's that big a deal. No, I know, and they will point to you know, so he's been in office for two years. And we think some good things have happened and one of the bad things the problem, Steve is that he doesn't know much, and he doesn't really care to know much. He really hasn't faced a crises. Presidents have been good times. These have been really good times and not just at home. But but on the on the foreign front. I mean there hasn't met crisis. He talks about what he's done career. He created the crisis to some extent grow. He exacerbated the crisis on the Korean peninsula. So when a crisis occurs, we're not sure how he'll react and be what kind of advisers he will have around the what kind of advice, they'll give when you read about the thirteen day. John F Kennedy in the Cuban missile crisis. One of the things have striking. They made mistakes. But one of the things that is striking is how good the advice was from some people back then and I'm not sure what would happen today. If we hit a crisis Allen, thanks so much for coming by. Thank you, Steve Al hunt, formerly of the Wall Street Journal and of Bloomberg who has left daily journalism after half a century though in this twenty first century. He is now with James Carville starting a podcast. Singer.

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"steve al" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And how inappropriate was he said you're little annoyed by that. I told him you should be annoyed by that. What were you real feelings about that? Request. It is. It's a big requested. All. You said you weren't a call. You're lying to me that what you were lying to me, of course, because you're. I'd like you. I love your show. But I was totally lying. I'm not gonna call. Anyone you know, Weiner is connect say something without offending you. Yes. That's a horrible last. I just we I would have changed that you know. It's a different world today. Today stars snooky the guy with the risks guy with the ribs. Whoa. What's his name situation situation? You know, what I love, you know, what I love is that you're protecting him. It's like I've set Fred Sinatra. You even know who the situation. Fun of me. I don't know turt- is when you like on dancing with the stars. You got Ron tests. You got Ricky lake you got a car dash in there. The brother the mail. Everywhere. I look I stepped in today. Take it anymore. These guys love the episode. I've only seen clips of the episode. What did you have to do? Now. It's. To what you've been doing? Now, you know, something I'm going to say one thing, and I'm sure you haven't talked about this. But at Betty, Ford sooner or last week, I saw Barbara Bush talk that Cal never really ages. Is that have to do with what you were just talking about? It was hysterical because thirty eight years ago today, you're gambler, aren't you super name you gamble? No. I don't know. I don't be only cable I've ever done this doing this show. Okay. See later, hopefully. The highest risk I've ever taken. All right. Would I love is when I asked you producer. What do I get for doing it? He said if you win you get to come back over gives people callers. Yeah. Back. Call you back tried three. Calling me stupid questions, but the thing high which love it those question because I. Have a lot of fun too. I like living. It's one of my favorite things to do. Get up three the air some breakfast. If I bark if I'm not, I'm not that's all. Very simple black and white. I don't like the break color into this. But. It's simple, and too many people have died. Juno. A Eleanor Roosevelt joke. No, okay. What goes into Franklin and he's working? And she says Franken Dolly look at me when you see the difference. And he said I'm busy now sweetheart she said just look it looks over. He said, oh, you're wearing a new dress. Bit looks good. No, new shoes. I like the no now, Paul, no. You said darling. I'm loss. What is it? She said, I'm wearing gas masks. Oh. I just want to say how honored I am to follow thick and say, Jack, that's pretty much have been very you must have been very disappointed when you call Merv and found out he was dead. Let me right now Labor Day. Actually, Adam went Allen stakes. Shelley berman. Beyond. Labor day. Just so that's a big to the debt. No me, showing radio or television. Has someone on? All right. I'm going on. And I was going to go on this weird that you wouldn't come on our show because Alan Thicke died on our show. And you think our show is curse? But you just came on our show. Why did you bring that up? I mean, I'm just saying now you're on the show so your purse. What if something happens, you can laugh probably wouldn't you want? When you want to say something happens to me. And you say, wow, there is a Kurd. No. You want us to be somber funeral? Do. Want laughter at your funeral? I got to work with such great people. When I was a kid, Steve Al was like, my second father, and I used to co host his show is radio show and his television show. And I just I mean, I had a very very lucky spun lice..

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"steve al" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"How knowing for doing that? And how inappropriate was he said you're little by that. I told him you should be annoyed by that. What were you real feelings about that request noise? It is it's a normal the big request at all. You said you were to call you lying to me that what you were lying to me, of course, because you're. You're like I'd like you. I love your show. But I was totally lying. I'm not going to call. Anyone you know, Weiner is say something without offending you. Yes. That's a horrible last. Thanks. I just. I would would've changed that you know, it's a different world today. Today's stars are snooky and the guy with the risks guy with the ribs. What's his name situation situation? You know, what I love is that you're protecting him. It's like I've set Frank Sinatra. But no. Like making fun of me. Who doesn't turn this? Will you like on dancing with the stars? You got Ron tests. You've got Ricky legs. You gotta Kardashian in there. The brother the mail. News everywhere. I look I stepped in today. Take it anymore. These guys loved the episode. I've only seen clips of the episode of mature. Say what did you do? Now. What you've been doing? You know, something I'm going to say one thing. And I'm sure you haven't talked about this. But at Betty, Ford sooner or last week, I saw Barbara Bush talk that Cal never really ages. What you were just talking about. Hysterical because. To go to today. You're gambler, aren't you super Dame you gamble? Yes. No. I don't know. I don't be only Gable. I've ever done this doing this show. Okay. The highest risk. I've ever taken. I love is when I asked you producer. What do I get for doing it? He said if you win you get to come back over gives people callers. Yeah. Back. Coby back. I tried three times calling me with a stupid question. It's been news. The thing I would love hands those question because I. Have a lot of fun. I like living It's my. one of my favorite things to do. Get up three the air breakfast by TI parked if I'm not I'm not. All. Very simple black and white. I don't like the break color into this. But. It's simple, and too many people die Juno a Eleanor Roosevelt joke. No, okay. Hello. It goes into Franklin and he's working. And she says Franken Dolly look at me when you see the difference. And he said I'm busy now sweetheart she said just look it looks over said, oh, you're wearing a new dress. Bit looks good. No, new shoes. I like the no now, Paul, no. You said darling. I'm loss. What is it? She said I'm wearing a gas mask. Oh. I just want to say how honored I am to follow thick and say, Jack, that's pretty good. You must have been very you must have been very disappointed when you called Merv and found out he was dead. Right now labor day's actually Adam wet, Allen's dick. Jane, Shelley Berman. Beyond. Mabere day yet. So big salute to the debt. Me show radio or television who. Died. All right. And I would go on. It is weird that you wouldn't come on our show because Alan Thicke died on our show. And you think our show is cursed, but you just came on our show. Bring that up. I mean, I'm just saying now you're on the show so your purse. What if something happens, you're gonna laugh, probably when you want when you want to say something happens to me, and you say, wow, there is a Kurd. No. You want us to be somber funeral laughter funeral. I got to work with such great people when I was a kid, Steve Al is like my second father. And I used to co host his show is radio show and his television show, and I just had a very very lucky fun life..

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"steve al" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"How knowing for doing that? And how inappropriate was he said you're little by that. I told him you should be annoyed by that. What were you real feelings about that request noise? It is it's a normal the big request at all. You said you were to call you lying to me that what you were lying to me, of course, because you're. You're like I'd like you. I love your show. But I was totally lying. I'm not going to call. Anyone you know, Weiner is say something without offending you. Yes. That's a horrible last. Thanks. I just. I would would've changed that you know, it's a different world today. Today's stars are snooky and the guy with the risks guy with the ribs. What's his name situation situation? You know, what I love is that you're protecting him. It's like I've set Frank Sinatra. But no. Like making fun of me. Who doesn't turn this? Will you like on dancing with the stars? You got Ron tests. You've got Ricky legs. You gotta Kardashian in there. The brother the mail. News everywhere. I look I stepped in today. Take it anymore. These guys loved the episode. I've only seen clips of the episode of mature. Say what did you do? Now. What you've been doing? You know, something I'm going to say one thing. And I'm sure you haven't talked about this. But at Betty, Ford sooner or last week, I saw Barbara Bush talk that Cal never really ages. What you were just talking about. Hysterical because. To go to today. You're gambler, aren't you super Dame you gamble? Yes. No. I don't know. I don't be only Gable. I've ever done this doing this show. Okay. The highest risk. I've ever taken. I love is when I asked you producer. What do I get for doing it? He said if you win you get to come back over gives people callers. Yeah. Back. Coby back. I tried three times calling me with a stupid question. It's been news. The thing I would love hands those question because I. Have a lot of fun. I like living It's my. one of my favorite things to do. Get up three the air breakfast by TI parked if I'm not I'm not. All. Very simple black and white. I don't like the break color into this. But. It's simple, and too many people die Juno a Eleanor Roosevelt joke. No, okay. Hello. It goes into Franklin and he's working. And she says Franken Dolly look at me when you see the difference. And he said I'm busy now sweetheart she said just look it looks over said, oh, you're wearing a new dress. Bit looks good. No, new shoes. I like the no now, Paul, no. You said darling. I'm loss. What is it? She said I'm wearing a gas mask. Oh. I just want to say how honored I am to follow thick and say, Jack, that's pretty good. You must have been very you must have been very disappointed when you called Merv and found out he was dead. Right now labor day's actually Adam wet, Allen's dick. Jane, Shelley Berman. Beyond. Mabere day yet. So big salute to the debt. Me show radio or television who. Died. All right. And I would go on. It is weird that you wouldn't come on our show because Alan Thicke died on our show. And you think our show is cursed, but you just came on our show. Bring that up. I mean, I'm just saying now you're on the show so your purse. What if something happens, you're gonna laugh, probably when you want when you want to say something happens to me, and you say, wow, there is a Kurd. No. You want us to be somber funeral laughter funeral. I got to work with such great people when I was a kid, Steve Al is like my second father. And I used to co host his show is radio show and his television show, and I just had a very very lucky fun life..

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"steve al" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"steve al" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"How knowing for doing that? And how inappropriate was he said you're little by that. I told him you should be annoyed by that. What were you real feelings about that request noise? It is it's a normal the big request at all. You said you were to call you lying to me that what you were lying to me, of course, because you're. You're like I'd like you. I love your show. But I was totally lying. I'm not going to call. Anyone you know, Weiner is say something without offending you. Yes. That's a horrible last. Thanks. I just. I would would've changed that you know, it's a different world today. Today's stars are snooky and the guy with the risks guy with the ribs. What's his name situation situation? You know, what I love is that you're protecting him. It's like I've set Frank Sinatra. But no. Like making fun of me. Who doesn't turn this? Will you like on dancing with the stars? You got Ron tests. You've got Ricky legs. You gotta Kardashian in there. The brother the mail. News everywhere. I look I stepped in today. Take it anymore. These guys loved the episode. I've only seen clips of the episode of mature. Say what did you do? Now. What you've been doing? You know, something I'm going to say one thing. And I'm sure you haven't talked about this. But at Betty, Ford sooner or last week, I saw Barbara Bush talk that Cal never really ages. What you were just talking about. Hysterical because. To go to today. You're gambler, aren't you super Dame you gamble? Yes. No. I don't know. I don't be only Gable. I've ever done this doing this show. Okay. The highest risk. I've ever taken. I love is when I asked you producer. What do I get for doing it? He said if you win you get to come back over gives people callers. Yeah. Back. Coby back. I tried three times calling me with a stupid question. It's been news. The thing I would love hands those question because I. Have a lot of fun. I like living It's my. one of my favorite things to do. Get up three the air breakfast by TI parked if I'm not I'm not. All. Very simple black and white. I don't like the break color into this. But. It's simple, and too many people die Juno a Eleanor Roosevelt joke. No, okay. Hello. It goes into Franklin and he's working. And she says Franken Dolly look at me when you see the difference. And he said I'm busy now sweetheart she said just look it looks over said, oh, you're wearing a new dress. Bit looks good. No, new shoes. I like the no now, Paul, no. You said darling. I'm loss. What is it? She said I'm wearing a gas mask. Oh. I just want to say how honored I am to follow thick and say, Jack, that's pretty good. You must have been very you must have been very disappointed when you called Merv and found out he was dead. Right now labor day's actually Adam wet, Allen's dick. Jane, Shelley Berman. Beyond. Mabere day yet. So big salute to the debt. Me show radio or television who. Died. All right. And I would go on. It is weird that you wouldn't come on our show because Alan Thicke died on our show. And you think our show is cursed, but you just came on our show. Bring that up. I mean, I'm just saying now you're on the show so your purse. What if something happens, you're gonna laugh, probably when you want when you want to say something happens to me, and you say, wow, there is a Kurd. No. You want us to be somber funeral laughter funeral. I got to work with such great people when I was a kid, Steve Al is like my second father. And I used to co host his show is radio show and his television show, and I just had a very very lucky fun life..

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