19 Burst results for "Steve Hill"

A Close Call

AOPA Never Again

07:27 min | 1 year ago

A Close Call

"In August. Two Thousand Fifteen Steve Hill. Who had been John? Sharps crew chief and I went to restore the NEMESIS ANNEX T to flying condition. Sharps Reno Racer had been stored in a hangar. At the Mojave California airport that had been damaged holding the annexed t captive until the hangar doors. Were repaired. I was to relocate the annexed t to the Moriarty New Mexico Airport so that sharp could set some world speed records before retiring the aircraft to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. Sharpen his wife Patricia. Designed and built the t around his six foot four frame and the rudder. Pedals were not adjustable even with cushions and bolsters. I was barely able to reach the rudder pedals. I was unable to perform a magneto check as the next. He slowly crept forward. During the run-up this of course was unacceptable. So I taxi back and inform sharp and the crew of my predicament hill. I returned to Moriarty to contemplate plan. B The annex t was subsequently flown to Moriarty where rudder pedal extensions were designed and installed on April twenty-seventh. Twenty seventeen I finally had a chance to fly the annex t since the winds were forecast to increase hill and I met at hills hanger early to get a leg up on the day and give me a chance to see how sharp's racer flew. The annex t has no forward visibility when being taxied so a lipstick camera was located on the right main landing gear in conjunction with a small video screen and the cockpit so the pilot could see ahead hill. Followed me out to runway two six to both assist and observe my flight. As soon as I applied power I was able to raise the tail on directional control was never an issue. I remained on the ground. Perhaps a bit longer than needed which may have been a function of the elevator. Trim position on lift off. The tee seemed very well behaved. I climbed out to the South West in order to get a better feel for how it behaved before returning to land. Although the aircraft was not unruly the air certainly was so I decided to cut the flight short and return to terra. Firma and aircraft incident or accident is almost never just one thing. It is a series of connected dots that when added up can lead to an untenable situation or worse the first dot manifested itself. Unbeknownst to me as I enter the downwind leg it had only been a few days before that I had flown the glider clubs Piper pointy tow plane. When doing so I would fly a close tight traffic pattern in hindsight. I should have flown a pattern commensurate with the speeds. I would be flying the Reno. Racer that is a one hundred fifty miles per hour on final and somewhat faster on downwind and base geared down to in the green and I started working to slow the next T- because my proximity to the final approach was far too close. I banked steeper as I watched myself fly through. Final DOT number two. I must have added a touch of bottom rudder dot number three at that point mortality Hubbard a watchful bird of prey. And the next thing I knew the next departed in a snapple. I would like to claim. It was superior airmanship skill and reflexes. That kept me from dying that day but I know better. My Guardian Angel was watching over me and only by the grace of God that I make the control inputs. That allowed me to recover at about two hundred feet or so Steve Hill was privy to all of the above and this is what he observed. The aircraft disappeared from my view and hearing to the West. After a few minutes I heard the aircraft approaching from the West and her bills radio call of left down wind for runway. Two six with gear. The aircraft appeared to me to be at a normal altitude. But maybe a little too close to the runway by this time the winds on the ground had picked up and we're gusting a little bit. The winds were mostly aligned with the runway but may have had a southern component. My perception was such that. I almost called bill on the radio. Remind Him to maintain one hundred and fifty miles per hour pattern speed. But I did not. I watched the aircraft perform a left turn from down wind base and the bank angle seemed a little steep to me. The aircraft continued at northerly heading with left-wing down at less than five hundred feet. Ag L. suddenly it appeared to snapple. All the way around and recover right I was looking into the morning sun and did not have an ideal view but I believe that the aircraft continued in a roll to the left. The maneuver happened extremely quickly. Literally in the blink of an eye. It happened so quickly that I was at that point. Not sure of what to make of it. All only that I was in a descending attitude on northbound heading and then if I did not initiate a pull up I would be making ground contact with ample speed in hand about one hundred and seventy or so. I started climbing westbound. Turn for an upwind leg while I contemplated my course of action. I reentered the down wind with substantially more distance from the runway. This time the pattern reflected the speed at which I was flying. The Annex T and the turn from base to final was made at a comfortable bank angle and speed once properly stabilized. The T flu like it was on rails. There was a bit of a southwind so I touched down left wing low as I wield the little racer onto the ground. Shortly after securing the aircraft we were in contact with sharp who was gracious enough to forgive me my transgressions and the fact that almost destroyed his wonderful creation. Sharp offer a five page explanation. Absolving me of blame but I knew better. The fault was entirely mine. The takeaways from this incident are many but mostly the recognition of how easily one can allow the deck to be against oneself. It's important to reflect on the various types of risks identifiable acceptable unacceptable and most important on identified remembering that uncertainty is always there hovering over the horizon awaiting the arrival of the unsuspecting pilot. Who has allowed his or her situation awareness to go by the wayside and for identified risk to enter the equation. I've found the episode humbling. A stark reminder of what a lack of attention to detail can lead to reality had returned with soul searing clarity. I had violated a number of tenants. Those irrefutable physics of flight and aerodynamics that cannot be violated and yet I lived to tell the tale

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"steve hill" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

12:11 min | 2 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"I had a couple of car car engine rebuilt. They did a pretty good job but now we'll somewhat higher them once they get out once they see that they have a convicted felon mark on their resume. That's that's an entirely other story so there are these limited programs comes in a would you say they're in most prisons that house training most yeah they're they're. They're in most and then on some some imprisons half a which is prison industry authority where basically it's slave labor to be honest with you. I think the inmates at two they were making chairs up there for the state. You know fabric would just like a full blown factory. WHO's that Ashley Furniture. They had an outfit up there in the inmates who are making. I think the top pay number at that time. In the Mid Ninety S was about thirty seven cents an hour so basically slave wages they were they were if you ever even pay a slave you pay as little as possible. That's what they did and even the the porter's janitors in the do the sale blocks. I think they were getting like sixteen cents. An Hour. Wow sounds like scientology or checking processing plant in Mississippi right when I look back and I think about you know everything that I saw California Department of Corrections. Some was good. It was a Mish Mosh. Some was bad someone someone like just totally inhumane. Did you paint a little picture. I probably didn't get to know these guys too well but um obtained paint a picture of the typical guy. How does he end up and you'll be you be especially now. You GotTa think about this and I've I've pondered it a a lot I lived in. La during the eighties crack epidemic epidemic drugs rampant south-central. That's where all all of this straight outta Compton and Eagle would and all this stuff was really happening in the eighties with drugs that were coming up thanks Ronald Reagan again and then I go to work in prison in the nineties and a lot of these brothers and you know you. GotTa have a report with these inmates. It's not you could wind did one day but a lot of the I would talk inmates. I I'm not the kind of office I wasn't the kind of office. It'd just sitting my ass on the the office. I would go sale to sail. Hey what's up Kaminsky. How how how you doing what's going on today and talk to you just you you know because they they they crave that human connection communication taught so I would not talk a lot of these black guys and they were you liked the most most of them are just the most average smart intelligent human beings but because where they lived at the cost of the situations they come from in this conversation could go forever because this goes all the way back to slavery when they didn't want to edge where it was against the damn law for them educate US right and now you've got all of these inner city areas with no education. No hope not not much of nothing but you get these these people. Is these black people that get stuck up in the prison system because they're trying to eat. They're trying China survive. They're trying to live in America when every everything tells you in America it's all about money money money success with all the materialistic bullshit. What do you have have you own all of that and they get caught up in find themselves prison. You know they might sell in. We think about it now. All of these guys that I in the lockup wit selling drugs we crack whatever weed is legal now. How many people are still dylan in how many people are still in and how many black people now are actually benefitting off of the cannabis industry I mean you. Do you think we would be first in line for licenses. Jobs grow rural operations cultivation distribution bution distribution consumption. You think we would be but now. I mean I I know people that that have immigrated from other countries that are that are in the cannabis industry now making money these guys. I'm saying guys because it's it's. It's mostly men in prisons yeah but are women women. Women population increasing also going to yeah they. They just shouldn't be disregarded. They want to a women's prison in Lancaster right now. They're pushing for one so all right. These people are there entrepreneurs. I mean you don't have a drug empire without being an entrepreneur. These I met so many brothers is that were like intelligent. SMART could hold a conversation with you about multiple multitude of subjects Ivan Into Hatch P. and this is going to trippy out a little bit. I used to work visiting because it was overtime position and you can sign up for I will work visiting at the four A. Four A. R. Where there was an inmate by the name and I won't say his name but as as we get further into story people are no talking about. I don't WanNa say his name because he's not a public person. The other person I'm going to bring up is a public person and he's in prison so he really can't do nothing to me right now. You shug night is to sit in the visiting room. Oh talking to a certain inmate and I used to watch him even have this grease ball looking attorney attorney with them with this oily hair and they would always come up and visit this one inmate and I knew the inmate. He worked in the kitchen. We had a really good a good rapport but anyways this is this is not got the money to start death row records L. This is this inmate I'm talking about was multimillionaire from the drugs. He was one of the biggest cocaine dealers in Los Angeles and the guy was brilliant as you were saying you have the brightest and the best I mean you could have like CEOS and executives somebody's inmates that they were actually running multimillion-dollar street drug cartels in Los Angeles and other other places in the state but just think if they had opportunity to get education maybe wind up at USC UCLA and channel that and it didn't go back and help everybody else in the community get education and then guess what we can get rid of some of these damn churches this. We're wasting human resources valuable dooming resources to feed IT industry. which is the prison industry to keep that whole industry going wall? CECE CECE PA is is I think the biggest and strongest union in the state of California and their advocates they would like to to keep this whole thing going collecting the dues having a lot of political influence but it's an industry well and that's an expensive one for the state exactly imagine imagine if they were to put all the money in the in the from the prisons into education because we're paying for it. We're paying for it one way or the other. It would be a lot cheaper to give these these kids preschool kindergarten. I mean and give them lunch. Give them everything we think they need. All the will come out ahead because correction officers are making ninety thousand a year. Well not to mention yeah. I was so over time I mean I. I knew officers that were raking in six figures easy every year. Well I mean it's pretty common knowledge that Ed's tens of thousands of dollars a year to keep a person in prison per year per inmate. That's a lot of school lunches. That's a lot of tutoring. That's that's a lot of a lot of things and that's a lot of. I mean you could do parenting classes. We we have a need for parenting classes because every every it seemed like all the parents so stressed out they don't have the means or the willingness it breaks. There were to be really heavily involved while in their kids academic advancement is just because the way our society is starting to break down you know you got the single family single home mom and dad's going someplace else and all of these other problems education and jobs and in the income disparity you have all of these problems especially up where I live at in in Lancaster and Lavallee they can't focus on their kids education because they have just too much stress and strife going on their life just trying to maintain a place to live you know the housing crisis is ridiculous. The reds here in California out of control so all of this has a ripple effect well and those are and those are the people you're talking about are people who are trying to make a legitimate effort. I mean we heard stories from Tom. These guys at I mean some of them. Both their parents were drug addicts or both of them were in a gang at and then never even occurred to me that both of your parents would be in a gang and of course you're going to be in a gang right your whole world from day. One is gang land product of your environment yeah right so it's it's. It's what's really amazing that people break the circle and somehow get out of it it that that conversation because it could go a lot of different ways because if you think about African Americans we don't have access to those people who are in position to provide some kind of assistance knowledge information about how to it's it's troubling. It's troubling to me to see how in America sometimes is is just simply who you know just like I'm a real estate appraiser. They're very few African. American real estate appraisers to be arrested appraiser. You have to be brought on and train underneath another real estate appraiser now very few usually usually that acceptance that willingness to train you to get your apprenticeship hours comes from someone that you know right. You don't just walk right in the street and say hi my name's Steve Right. Could you trust me. When I first started my business. I try that and it didn't work out very well. I was almost ready to give up until somebody told me. Oh I know this guy. You gotta pay him three four grand but you know he'll sign your work off. You can get your apprenticeship hours and be on your own but now in the state of California. There's very few of us because of that right there. You don't know any any any bit group of black real estate appraisers skit skit this could be applied to a lot of different locations in jobs but if you don't know none of these people your chances of going that direction taking being that route and starting.

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"steve hill" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

13:35 min | 2 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"Welcome to another edition of point of inquiry. I'm today's host Jim underdown recording live from the secular sacristy at center for inquiry West in Los Angeles in June June of this year I about thirty or forty other people took a bus up to the medium security prison in Hell City California and we were judges and a pitch competition held with a bunch of inmates at that facility where they AAC came up with business ideas and pitched it to US judges. We analyzed scored those pitches and narrowed the field and announced. I winners at the end of the day. It was an enlightening experience to say the least. We're going to talk to two different people people with unique perspectives about the penal system the first Steve Hill comedian atheist activist former marine and former prison guard who worked in the state of California Penal System as a guard for ten years. WE'LL GET Steve's perspective on a prison prison. Life and rehabilitation and punishment thanks for tuning in this is point of inquiry. Steve Hill is here. Hello thanks for having me. Thanks for having me on so first of all. Let's just let the audience know a little bit about you like were you from originally okay. I'm originally from Saint Louis Missouri born born on the north side you ever been in Saint Louis I have been to is it now not knob hill something. What's the hill called. That's not the north side of Saint Louis. No but I know what you're talking. It was it was an attack on the north side is basically where they can find black people to live at north side very very very long lasting ghetto area. Is it a segregated cities. Yes yes it is yes it is it's it's yeah you know before. They built the Gateway Arch in that thing down on Riverfront Westward Expansion Jefferson expansion they had a lot of black folks live down on the riverfront because they would unload the barges and ships coming up and down the Mississippi River yeah so in order to do that project that they started I think in the late fifties fifties they moved a lot of blacks out in North County and all on the north side of Saint Louis. They had some in the south side prude. I go project six but for the most part they put a freeway things to to seventy and they divided up the neighborhoods yeah left St Louis in seventy nine zone a United States Marine Corps era stationed at Camp Pendleton spent the majority of my time in the Marine Corps in Southern California. Okay I got out. FIRMA Barstool Marine Corps logistics space in Barstow California went to Los Angeles worked in aerospace industry the CNC computer numerical control machinists but I kinda got bored with that and decided I want to do something a little bit more exciting so I went to a joint California Department of Corrections well. I gotTa tell you that's an unusual way to find excitement but I could imagine that it would be yeah away trustee. They some very exciting days season in California state Brazil where were you. You're a prison guard yeah yeah. I started off at a which is California Correctional Institution. It's a happy be and then I transferred. I think in ninety three to C. P. L. A. C. Which is California State Prison. Los Angeles County which is the only state prison found within the bounds of of Los Angeles County. That's where I retire from and so. How do you get to be that I mean to you is Irt has got. It'd be some kind of training involved. Oh yeah you go to a regular academy. Just like your peace officer. You have to pass the post exam peace officer standards and training and you go to the academy and you learn law you learn about how to secure the safety and security thirty of the institution. That's your only job is to safety and security of the institution and everything that falls within that scope of employment but yeah yeah. There's there's training but the best part you get on the job training. Yeah I imagine yeah yeah even at the Academy we went to Folsom State Prison Mill Creek State Prison and at the time they had also some new folsom so we went to both of those rose and we did our training you know kind of breaking in getting used you know. I can still remember the first time walking up to a sale door and seeing to is right there at the door looking back at me. It's like a feeling that you have to get used to because I don't think humans were meant to be caged. Caged up like that is ox bars or no this was this was new folsom so they just had a glass window. Oh in the sale door about six inches wide but twenty four inches long but take some take some getting took some getting used to but you know a lot of Marine Corps training kicked in any kind of carried over and also what's the well you know you have to have a UCR Ziara your command voice the where you bring your voice up from your diaphragm and get people pay attention and you just it's a Macho Macho. Oh you know situation. Let's let's keep the perspective. You're an inmate. I'm an officer. I'm wearing a bed and you know you you. You get used to used to it. You don't want to show too much weakness or no you can't now you can't show any weakness. You can't show them that. There may be even battling of an opening for for you to be manipulated because that's what inmates do they find out how to manipulate you and that's why they stress that officers do not become over familiar with the inmates so they don't want you getting to to to Chubby and then the next exciting you know you're bringing in contraband. Your you know drugs hair care products Mascara anything like that to keep that keeps officers straight keeps everybody playing their position. Basically so what level level of of facilities are these places that you were in. What would I wear atrophy. There were matter of fact that both institutions I worked at they were all four levels of security minimum level one level two which is median in you had a bore a a and four B maximum security all in the same facility on the same facility so the different security levels in pre prisons. are generally associated with the level of crime you do in your threat as a right as an inmate right so they were violent. Crime is higher higher level of security higher security risk higher escape risks and you know that's why during the reception reception center all the inmates are assigned to a counselor and the counselors are the ones that calculates their risk level so then by a point system now at some point even those maximum level security level inmates because they've done so much much time where they had no adverse action in Iraq. It's you can you can lower your level of custody. If you've been a good ride and you've been a it and you know I I had to murderers on the level one yard. It's a hat to be murderers. Let alone you know but they've stay clean. They did a lane a proven themselves. They demonstrated that they're not a risk to staff or the institution so so so it's not necessarily their crime itself that it might be yeah now. Some can never they can only go down so far especially depending on your career doing life without the possibility of parole artist you you you may be a level three yard but you're not right going down to level two or level one just because of the nature of your fence because you're always going to be considered something like it okay if you who had the capacity to do that it went yearly going down so far as far as your level of security all right just talking about the types of prisons is in general talk about the difference between public and private prisons and maybe pros and cons of opinion well the the the biggest difference to me is for the State Prison. You have more more rules regulations. You have well trained union officers. I will well paid. You know they have an advocacy. You know they have the Union California Correctional Peace Officers Association and for the private prisons just just like anything else. That's privatized. There's usually lower pay because the people at the top are skimming that Labor and that's why by unions will always be a good thing especially as it relates to our peace officers but I don't think there should be any any for profit imprisons period period and a lot of like New York state has just done away with their whole private prison system. It seems inhumane to me for someone to to to make a profit off of someone else's disadvantage in life like if you had no education. You had no hope you had any all of a sudden inmate now. There's there's going to be somebody to come in and and actually monetize your your bat situation that that you found yourself. I mean it's it's inhumane to me to be need to their financial benefit advance yeah more the better the more than Maria because now you're gonNA. You'RE GONNA have judges getting paid to to incarcerate people and those people usually look like me. You're going to have prosecutors with the they get kickbacks and benefits and anything you can imagine that that corrupt system and usually money corrupts a system anything you can imagine you're going to have people trying to get inmates to go to that direction other private prisons because when they need to keep running one thing that's absolutely essential is inmates and they gotta come from somewhere and California. Do you have any idea how many private prisons are now. I Know Gavin newsom had been speaking about doing away with all the private prison which I think would be the most humane thing that a governor could do and I hope it comes to fruition. It's kind of oxymoron private private prisons within the state of California. I would think that California is much more progressive than that. I'm just hoping that we'll do the right thing gene paint a little picture of like a daily life in these prisons How much outside time do they typically gave. What sort of freedoms do they have. How much time they in the salad south if they're in a sal well depending on their level of custody? No two level one and happy used to be all hunting launch which they used to hunt bears so they had these dormitories and the inmates had had rooms. They had the key to their own room like two men room but then you go up security ladder. Maybe maybe like a level four. You're in a concrete sale. You gotTa Steal Toilet in two bucks and and if your points are they'll enough you get a job. You can meet your marriage yet. It is kind of like your scoring scoring system of what level of custody you're going to be okay and you know if if you qualify you have to pass them tests you could get into a vocation like in Lancaster. They had a pulse they had masonry auto mechanics teaching people how to do these teaching and he's inmates could would get really good and not only get the training they will get defer day so for every day that they show up. They get a day taken off of their sentence. Wow it would behoove them to get into any vocation. They could and you know it's beneficial. It looks better too for whenever you vote for a parole hearing. They said Oh well this has all of these certificates and he finished the auto mechanics class. He can put together a car car engine..

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"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Wanna point people online to do gofundme campaign. It's. The sensaton to Saint Louis. My nephew was murdered in Saint Louis in February, gosh, yeah, he believes Murdy gunned down like an animal. They got it on tape. So sorry to hear that would by the police or by somebody else. A person in the neighborhood. Let's say people that like people are forced to live went when they're congested in these inner cities. It was. Ghetto suiting some kind of beef between two individuals and yes, I'm back to Saint Louis man. I'm gonna try to teach my people about real estate, how it works, the criminal Justice system. How do we get racist cops? You know, I'm going to be going back teaching, but mostly it'll be about real estate how we got into these ghettos, how we can get out of these ghettos and try to teach people that maybe killing each other is the best thing we could be doing to get out of predicament. Maybe we can stop going to church Guineas preaches all money on Sundays and figure out a way how to get out of these ghettos. Yeah, that's a, that's a great message. I'm so sorry to hear that. I wasn't aware of that that that's really sad and I can't even imagine. So we'll point people to the website and look forward to that that go fund me and. Wow. Sensing to Saint Louis to send Satan to Saint Louis. Got it. I will put the Lincoln the show notes. Yeah, it'll be. It'll be up in about two days. Okay. Yeah, we'll look out for that. Hey, Steve, thanks so much and good luck. That's a lot of that's a lot of really good and difficult work. You're doing less wishes to you and keep up the good work. Thank you. Mr. Thomas mitt. Thanks. Thanks for having me on and looking forward to California free thought day, or I will be EMC and you have a good trip which you could have been there for. But I not it's it's unfortunate. I really wish I could do both things. It was kinda. I didn't know they're on the same day. I committed to things and you know, I. Yep, Yep, yeah. But that will be awesome and anyone should go anyone in the area. It's a great event. And like I said that that free thought day will be October fourteenth is the main event this year. So you can see Steve and lots of other people. Some of whom I'm sure you'll hear on the show coming up. So Steve, thanks again, best wishes, and we'll talk again sometime. Sure. Man later. All right. Thanks so much to Steve hill and wow, he we kind of talked about this after recording a little bit. Steve lamented the fact that he kinda didn't bring up his nephew shooting until the end there something we could have spent more time on, but the way the schedules going in in the recording time we were out of time. So that was that was kind of unfortunate. But I do encourage people to check out that go fund me. He said it's gonna launch in a few days because that's horrifying. I really awful story. Steve told me more off Mike, very briefly, but his nephew had been threatened before and his nephew went to the police about the shooter and about what would later be the shooter and the police didn't help him. And then he few months later was was killed by those very people very horrifying. It's just another one of the many stories of being black in America and having been put. Into as he covered a Steve talked about put into through various systemic tools over the years being put into ghettos and put into areas with with, you know, intense poverty, bad schools and all that. You know, it's just it's an is another one of many costs of that systemic racism over the year. So very, very sad stuff. But I do wanna thank Steve for coming on and talking and giving us some insight into his life and his work. And I also wanna say, check him out California free thought day and check out the event in general in October, it's going to be a great thing. And with that said, I will see everyone next week. Thank you so much for listening..

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"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"You got you. Got some executive powers there. Yeah, you're in in the last state your president. You can do some stuff right instead Bill Clinton. Pardoned his, what was his brother-in-law or something? Yeah. No, I agree with. I'm not a Bill Clinton fan, but I don't blame Hillary for Bill also. When you, you know, like super predator and things like that, that kinda let you know that she's kind of close to them to the White House when she had hits Hillary care that made him carry a little weight. I feel like we probably should move beyond the Clintons in any in any case, don't you think. Yeah, yeah. Let's move on Clinton about Trump. Messing the country right now. All we can do is look to the next election. So through through that when sitting it, that's the mid term. So he gets the house back and so we can teach Trump about that, hey, we back to Trump. We could not agree more. I totally agree. I'm glad even though you are changing independent and even though I understand sounds like the Democratic Party within California in the state Senate anyway, didn't treat you well, but I'm glad we still can agree that voting Republicans out is is a necessity. At this point, it's a moral offence. Yeah. Church Sunday morning, not going to charge anymore. It's not option. I know what I'm gonna do. Football on. So. Messed up. Football? No more eating that we've gotta protest. Yeah, no kidding. Yeah, I've, it's frustrating. Can't take a knee heading to take an Kenny protests own country thing about about trying to make likely to do things. It's really not in their best interests that's got national anthem wasn't for us. You gonna make me stay shit, and it wasn't even written for me wasn't for us that that last line, the land of the free. Like who's free what you talking about when I was written, we were slaved when you talking about us and they got to stand for that must be to God damn on. I could not agree more. That is fantastically said, and I wished the NFL would have a little more backbone with that. I can't believe. I mean, I guess it's Jerry Jones's NFL though. So. Money capitalism. Ugly head and it stops out humanity and the players I may I, it's it's so scary too because they have such a short potential career that they don't want to jeopardize, you know their chance to to make they had any leadership. They had any balls, any leadership, no pun intended. They go start, they own family. Hip black owners or at the very least they could all just. On sunday. The very least they could all just Neil. And then what? What are they gonna do throw out everybody. Exactly. Yeah, I wish they would. I really don't understand that. I don't. It's weird, but yeah. Everybody. I'm still everybody self. That's the whole problem with that ethnic group as a whole. We have no unity. We don't know when it's time to stick together all this Martin and Yellen man, money counts in America of all those football players, all all the just, you know what? Because sit out, but I was hoping the last Super Bowl. I was hoping they would just not come out for about five minutes and the all. Oh, come out for about five minutes in goes now, focusing who has the power here, this relation. I, yeah, I wish that would happen. It would be amazing and then continue to game. We'll play foul play. I couldn't agree more. It's it's, it's very frustrating and I cannot believe that also in the end to it's just a Trump distraction to to make people fight amongst themselves while he's colliding with Russians doing God knows what was base. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. Though son of a bitches off the field. All of that. You know, that's that's ready to base that lucky kids changes the border wrapping them up in Lumina foil on that is for his base. Well, Steve, let's I think we're about out of time. Do you want to point people to Steve hill comic dot com? If you wanna check out your website and anywhere else, you.

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"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

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03:45 min | 3 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"We don't want to lose any votes, you know, the Democratic Party basis like people and you know they're like, ninety percent religious. Yeah, they're, they're caught up in an that. Kind of difficult for them. The I didn't liked. It might treatment by the Democratic Party. And I plan on switching to go independent. Presidential election. That's interesting. Just in your in your personal registration? Yeah, out be independent, voter rest of my life, the Democratic Party up kinda disenfranchise kind of disenchanted. I still stay with them after what I saw them do Bernie Sanders that kinda piss me off that whole inside game. It's what I'm saying. Politics is the inside game. It's all about money and the soda we can get money out of our political system, the sooner wheel. We will have anything near democracy. Well, I'm I, I don't know if I quite see the same way. I believe in Democrats. I don't think they're perfect, but I would say that I think Bernie had an incredible impact on the Democratic Party in I, I imagine I would bet on a lot of his platform, a lot of his message coming through with whoever wins the twenty twenty presidential primary, don't you think? Yeah. Yeah. I like. The name is the race, just just to make Hillary go to the left a little bit. Oh, I figured that that's what he would do. At least he was pulled her over to the left. And if she would have had any sense at all, she would have made, you know, earning her vice vice president who I mean that was that was detrimental decision. I think in the two thousand sixteen election by what you put Bernie onto someone who splitting the democratic ticket, why wouldn't you put him on. The people that didn't vote are the ones who elected Trump basically. Yeah, I agree with that without letting Bernie on the ticket. How many of his supporters state home, you know, the Russians weren't the only ones fighting about it, own Facebook, a saw tons and tons of fights. So I'm sure a lot of a lot of those votes were were loss. You know? I mean, I was martyred than that. I voted for Hillary because I know how mathworks. I did want Trump be like the president why you're saying that that's one of the biggest arguments I have with people even if they don't think that Hillary was perfect or they even dislike Hillary quite a bit. I'm glad you made the vote just because truly once you're at the end, there you get a choice. You know the primary is is the time to fight. Got a binary decision to make. Three people anymore. It's a math problem. You got two people. Yeah, I'm really. I'm really glad to hear you say that because that's the mess, especially with the supreme court. I mean, it's just too important to be. It Rhys it state and I wasn't. I wasn't happy with Hillary by no stretch imagination. Her Bill Bill Clinton, put more black people in prison. Richard Knicks. They had more prisons being more cops on the street and those those cops, but we have problems today. Those cops were vetted. Trust me. Well, I agree. I also I have to say I put a lot of the blame on Newt Gingrich in the Republicans in the nineties. They drove they absolutely through a wrench in Clinton's presidency. He started off progressive and then they just there was a Republican bloodbath in congress in ninety four. And then he couldn't really. He had to go centrist after that. Right? Just like you see Trump doing like yourself, Bush, didn't the end of his presidency..

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"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

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03:21 min | 3 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Properties will be at maximum capacity when you have been formity a neighborhood, all the houses look nice. That's when you're gonna. Have own values at their highest. They don't tell us all about that in the places that we live in not many people keep their their kinda Ford to keep their homes, maintain not many people can afford to get out, right. Hey, so you ran for the state Senate in California. Do you wanna talk about that? I ran has a black satanist. I'm sure that that probably shocked some people. Yeah, man, Oliva shocked a lot of people. What are some of the I dunno, fundamental values that you ran on in your platform? Basically, Bernie Sanders. Basically, that's who I was supporting it that time. And because I thought that he was telling the truth is one of the first candidates come out talking about over incarceration. Yeah, but I had a pretty much up front row seat to that in a working as correctional officer. Right. Yeah, that's true. He's talking about income, you know, these Berties in the the, the wealth gap in the money or the money's gonna go perations in, and I was one hundred percent behind him because he was just telling so much truth. Platform, and I think that kind of help help help me when I was running also because. You know, had a little bit of publicity behind it. I was. TMZ get a story time time magazine. I was in there several other places. I know I was on a info wars because my home address, wow, that's scary. As I was the black, Satan is running. Say you're pretty much there. Nightmare scenario, just every everything wrong on earth like men, sadness, devil. They call nine one win just to see me walking down the street. Minutes. Funny because it's true. Yeah, yeah, that helped me though because people would know Goba me and look me up and they say that I was big Bernie supporter in real life in my website in all of that. And it actually, I'm sure it got me. Some votes got over twenty thousand votes. That's not bad. Not too bad at all. Yeah. Yeah. So I didn't come in last once again. So hey, that's, that's all you can ask for what? What do you think you beat somebody? What are you? What did you think you learned in took from that experience? I learned this politics. I saw how it worked at how the Democratic Party never contacted me. Never. You know, never acknowledged my because I was running against the party's candidate, right? They never after after the primary was over they, they never came to me like you wanna, you know, you want to support our candidate or my those were votes that he probably. Could've used. They just they would rather not have the atheists are secular vote. I guess they reached kind of pointed diminishing returns where they just discarded as no we can do without it does..

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"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

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04:38 min | 3 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"You know anytime anytime Satan shows up, it's time to start the party. Excellent. So with that said, I would love to learn more about you and your story because got a lot of interesting experience in many different facets, but how did you come to this? Maybe we start from the beginning. I take it. You are in eighth ius. Right? Oh, no doubt. How long have you been Agius since I can remember. Oh, okay. Never really delved into thinking other than that whole story. The bible was bullshit. You're a kid you want to try to try to please your your mother. You know, an African American families is going to be the, the mother. That insist that you go to church every Sunday, even after trying to just the the real, the realism in me even as a young kid, it was so far fetched the story that somebody's coming back and everything's going to just sound like bullshit. So I had pretty much tossed that early in my life, which was good for me because it made me realize the seriousness of my situation which was basically growing up poor Yan out to get out and from a realistic perspective is like, okay, let's let's do this. You know, I didn't wanna stay in that condition for any extended period of time. So you know, you grow up quick when you don't when you can't have that crutch of religion to the fall back on that hope to make you think, you know, I. Just use the hope of realism. The hope of getting an education in a hope of getting out of out of that environment. And I knew what I had to do. So I dealt with it from a realistic perspective from very young age. So yes, ounds like it. So you're detection abilities, go back as basically as far as you can remember, how much pretty much. How is it with your family when you you know, I did. You did you of make it clear that you weren't into this, or how did that go? Yeah, I think I've made that clear long time ago. You know, gradually, you don't want to shock like people too much. But yeah, I think I made it pretty pretty clear years ago. Was it? Was it an issue with your family? Was it. A mother. Now we've had some contentious debates, but she's in early nineties now. So it's like, okay, why bother? I'm not gonna take that away from you at your at your age. Right, right, right. Well, that's good. So it didn't. It didn't end any relationships or anything. I got. I got some relatives. I'm not too tight. We don't call each other. They don't call me. I don't call them if I seen him. You know, I'm I'm nice cordial and, and all of that civic and civil. But you know, I don't think we go out of our way to like, call up in, see, check in like normal family people, how you doing, you know what's going on. Yeah, right. I haven't heard from you, but yeah, and I'm sure you know it's behind religion, but you learn to do not really care about that very much. So it sounds like from what you're saying that. It seems as though your view is that religion can kind of hold you back and can hold people back from maybe facing the reality of their situation. Is that? Is that something you believe you wanna talk about that. Sure. That's, you know, that's why do what I do. Fact that that we are stuck in these hyper segregated areas of the country, not thinking about, you know, how, how can we get out? You know, this system as the basically place as in in these ghettos which always ask myself, you know, this is the richest nation on the planet by why do we still have ghettos still have black people or will it will it somehow magically change once everybody finds out that this whole thing has been a scam and now we can figure out how to get out at this crap. Yeah, I don't know. I just remembered you. You mentioned you just finished a color of law. I think it's gold is at the one mix up the name sometime, but I've also read that book of law by Richard Rothstein. Yeah, I'm reading that in doing research on several different books, getting ready to soar, Missouri. I got, you know, I'm I'm a real estate professional. I've been appraising real estate since two thousand four, and that was a few years before the mortgage meltdown..

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"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

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02:59 min | 3 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"I'm not anymore mad at green party candidates than I am at Republicans or put another way. I'm the same amount of mad as at these green party voters as I am at these Republican voters. And I think it would take just as much to convert them. I think it's pretty much you know, like if you l. I've already said it, but yeah. In this day and age, you think the parties are the same rethink these two candidates while the same effect, well, then you're, you're lost. In my opinion, we can try to reach those people, but it's still is true that the biggest wealth, the biggest reserve of potential democrat voters are liberal leaning people who stay home or don't voter forget or just maybe need that extra nudge from a phone call from a door. Knock whatever it is that still the those are the people we need to be trying to get because they are the the ones that we could actually make a difference with. You know, we could. We could spend x. hours of our lives on certain people. Think of it that way. You've got ten hours of volunteer time. Should you spend ten hours on Twitter, ranting numb? Should you spend ten hours trying to argue with a Republican or green party voter? I really don't think so. You should spend ten hours phone banking or door knocking or doing what. Ever it takes that will actually may be make a difference in the election, and that's that's what I believe. So you feel free to come at me if you if you don't, if you disagree, but that's how I look at it and we need to vote, November. Okay. Now that obligatory message aside anyone who is volunteering phone banking, doing all those things wing left, whatever the, there's some good organizations that I've checked out as well view are the best you are doing actual things. And also same goes for people who are showing up voting, you're the best you're doing actual things. If you're voting democrat, if you're voting green, you are not doing nothing, or if you're fighting Republican, your voting to harm the country. But other than that, that that's whereas and now I've got to get to my interview with Steve hill. Stephen is an interesting guy. He has a ton of various experience. He worked as a corrections officer kind of funny worked for c. cri later worked in the budgets for CDC are for. A few years, not at the same time. He predates me a little bit by those funny coincidence, Steve is an activist. He's atheist. He's a satanist which is kinda funny. I take it for granted that people listening for the most part, don't think of Satan is the same way ever since I did an interview with an actual Satan. So if you're not familiar, go back and check that out. But Satan is actually have pretty good values. You know, it's, it's not. It's not the the cartoon version that you would think they are. If you are a Republican mom or something, Steve's also comedian, and he's also going to be the m. c. for California free thought day as I mentioned. So lots of stuff to talk to him about, let's get over to it..

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"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

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03:57 min | 3 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Twelfth is a, I can't reach them as established, but even if I could, honestly, if you in this day and age with what Trump and the Republicans are doing and how much they're just ruining the country, if you still think the two parties of the same, you're kinda. As lost as a Trump voter. In my opinion, I, I don't really, I people are seeing the green party voters is like, well, they should be Democrats, but they're not an, it's for me. It's like if you're that misguided right now, in my opinion, if you're that misguided, you're just as gone as as Trump voter. You know, like I honestly believe that, so we might as well talk about all the Trump voters who, or the well, bothersome voter. Sorry, Freudian slip, but it's kind of one in the same all the Republican voters, the hundred thousand Republican voters who voted for Troy bothersome. I mean, if you right now in this moment, a history are still somebody who's going all the way to the polls and saying, well, I made the effort I'm here or mail in vote, whatever it is and but no, still democrat Republican, they're the same. If you're still there, you're as lost as it Republican voters. So that's why I don't even. I don't even care. Even if the green party voters were like seven thousand or twenty thousand, or you know. You're, you're throwing away your vote. It is exactly the same. I tweeted this. People were saying it's a vote for this green party candidate is the same as vote for ballers in the Republican, and that's not true. I mean, just mathematically that's not true, but it is the same as not voting mathematically it's the same is not voting, and I always people come at me or online or whatever. The argument is. Well, yeah, I'm allowed to vote for the candidate I want. So you know, third party. And if everybody did that, then they would be elected. And the simple truth is that you know, that's not going to happen. We have these things called polls. You know, like if if we were all going into the election blind and had no idea. Well, then I mean, you might have an argument that, okay, you just look at, you're gonna, but when you go into the election and you know that the green party can't. It has absolutely zero percent chance of winning and you still vote for them. You are doing nothing. You are throwing away your you. This is what I always want to say to these people is why don't you just write in your own name? Is it mathematically much different? You know, Joe Manchin got eleven hundred votes. If I'd written in my name or if I was, you know, in my teen years, if I was like twelve and I wrote and Michael Jordan or something, it's effectively the same like mathematically. It's very little difference like my name. If I ride in Thomas Smith, I have almost mathematically as much chance of winning as whoever the green party nutjob is who believes aliens and all this stuff anyway. So that's what I always say. That doesn't just apply to the green part that applies to anyone, especially upcoming in twenty twenty or whenever who, who wants to vote third party and things like, well, if everybody did it, then it would be yet, but everybody's not going to do it. You have the information, you know in the it's the same way that you know you have no chance. And the same way that I. I know I have no chance or whoever, you know, ally Bosnich has not whoever we wanna ride in. We know they have no chance. So if you put that in your ballot, you are voting for nothing you are voting for someone who has zero presents. It doesn't do anything it my make you feel good, but it's pointless. And if the if the polls show differently, it'd be different story. If if you're going into an election and the polls show that there's three candidates who all have thirty three percent support. Well, that's a hundred percent. Different scenario then vote for who you want. I'm not gonna blame you Saturday. Sorry for the ranting. But I just saw a lot of really dumb arguments that I wanted to clarify. I'm not..

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"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

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03:56 min | 3 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"But I just all I wanna say is in a previous world, we would have thought that something like this would move someone from a fifty percent approval rating to a zero percent of, you know, or or a near zero rang. That's the world. We thought we were living in three years ago and we've come to find out we aren't living in that world. I think it'll move the needle very, very little. I also want to talk about Ohio, twelve. So I believe as of right now, we still don't have the final tally but best information I have right now is balder Sohn. The Republican is up by what we had fifteen hundred sixty four votes so close. So close guys, voting matters, voting matters. Every vote matters. Sure. You're one person, but could you affect dozens, hundreds of people? Could you affect? Could you fact a handful of people? Could you encourage a handful of people to vote if you lived in that district and then maybe those people would encourage a handful more? You know, it's it's unrealistic to think that we could make a difference. Each of us could make a difference when the margin is a small as fifteen hundred votes. It's tiny. But what I really wanted to talk about with this is there actually was quite a bit when when these elections. Came back. It was even trending on Twitter. People were lashing out against the green party because green party candidate, Joe Manchin got a eleven hundred votes. And it's interesting because on opening arguments, Andrew will make jokes about Jill Stein voters. And I think I've said a few things maybe early on after twenty sixteen I, I may have expressed some outrageous Joel certain Jill Stein voters. But that's mainly because I had a debate with somebody on the show who said there were supporting Jill Stein because they believe in women or some crap, but really hated Hillary and had all the same Trumpian conspiracy theories about her. And so it was kind of more geared toward that when when we get right down to it, there's a lot of argument going on. I want to try to filter through some of it. The first thing is I tend to when I express a certain level of dismay at elections in and the voters. The first thing I get back from an awful lot of. It's a very bizarre thing. Awful lot of people even in these aren't, you know, Trump voters. These are just eighth liberal Theus as well. Usually is, don't. We can't shame the voter, shaming voters doesn't work. It's weird. It's like a knee-jerk thing I get from a lot of people and I can't help, but think like, okay, I'm just expressing myself on social media and I do think non voters are the key, but I'm not under some illusion that this is getting to them do are we operating in a world where might tweets are getting to the non voters in Ohio's twelfth district? I mean, it might be different if I had Bagilia NHS of followers. But you know, I've got like five thousand dollars, maybe six on Twitter. It's not as how many of them could possibly live in Ohio district. You know, I'm just expressing a frustration with people who in this day and age in the edge we're living in aren't voting and. So it's kind of one of those things where people are like, oh, don't do the nothing that you're doing because there is no tweeting is nothing tweeting, doesn't do anything, and I and I don't think it does either. I'm that's why you know, tweet here and there when I'm frustrated, but that's more I'm expressing myself and people might get some, you know, some catharsis out of me expressing myself if they agree or maybe they'll disagree and we could. We could argue about it, but I'm not under any sort of illusion that that's a direct contribution to anything tweet. It doesn't do anything. What really does stuff is volunteering phone banking, knocking on doors, getting out the vote. That is what does stuff so arguing about like which version of nothing is the better version of nothing..

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

Cindy McCain tweets about White House aide accused of mocking John McCain

"Call away kaby hawaii news time six sixteen time for news with rick worthington well speaking of president trump and north korean leader kim jong hoon summit is now set for june twelfth and singapore north korea recall suddenly announced that it had achieved all of its nuclear goals it had a nuclear arsenal it had weapons that could carry nuclear warheads it claimed as far as north america and now it was going to suddenly shift and focus on economic development the big question there are they willing to after having invested untold treasurer and time and and risks international isolation are they willing to simply bargain away their nuclear arsenal in the interest of a better relationship with the us in other news reports of one of trump's white house aides comment about john mccain has raised a few eyebrows in washington he's dying anyway a white house aide kelly sadler is quoted as saying about senator john mccain when discussing mckay opposition to cia nominee gina hospital that's according to a source with knowledge of the meeting or communication staffers were discussing promotion for hospitals confirmation a white house statement does not deny the quote simply expressing respect for senator mccain service the trump mccain relationship has tended to be caustic ever since candidate donald trump downplayed mccain's imprisonment and torture in vietnam as to his inability to avoid capture his wife cindy mccain tweeted may i remind you my husband has a family seven children and five grandchildren bob costantini washington speaking of concern how about that big old volcano in hawaii hawaiian officials say killer whales activity resembles what was seen right before a major eruption in nineteen twenty four that's one enormous rocks called ballistic boulders were launched from the earth steve hill and his family spent the past five days packing as they hope to have something to return to we think fondly of madame palay we've left her lesson jen we hope that she thinks we're good stewards and sees fit to leave our our land home intact i'm john lawrence reporting still to.

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"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

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01:56 min | 4 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"Episode of nights things ranjit down say enormity away no they think is in the two rookies one of my my best friends were where the discovery by said all listen timber ourselves we could send where other characters and then we can just make out and it's let me not really kissing brightest dickey's him you saw certificates i'm trying to change in turn accused him no i just i was probably just wanted to do some kissing relentlessly that was why theory he's a winner here i think you when i think david jessia ugly yeah yeah excellent economic organized a k m a k i once wrote irate over a series of finances the dalai paulsen shook hands with the dalai lama once all i once slept with some on early because he had a waterbed my was to find out what will be whereas the lawn denied hanzo general norma and we were saying lunga i did shake hands the deadline now you met him i didn't i thought played your leaders say tens you did as a man but you're i'm sure you would have sets up with someone to garner waterbed that sounds like something you would don deafening stephanie reference to debbie ponting i have never written study pawn my friend did a friend jonathan finish my thirty th birthday just a couple of years ago now he he writes dili pomp and said is my dear friends birthday please could you their assigned fighter and he plays than saa as if that against as well as the old scripted but only rightness people's steps here and so he content right back saying he write another letter saying daily i'm knowing how busy wall but this would just main such a law to eddie since she lost both her legs in a terrible accident.

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"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

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01:58 min | 4 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

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"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

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01:50 min | 4 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"So then we have often are spicy behavior we've done we've done books we've done sex yet we've thumbsdown listeners any hopes and dreams for the next day on genuine hyping the brexit white happen i've got just think something's going to it just can't some appeal if it's going to be royce give you guys independent coming up oh i feel like it's a lot when you play ray school monopoly and all the players get drunk drunk current advisor offered united so someone's hips level we're waiting for the bold flip of breaks it that's what they are you shouldn't have started this game and the the odds odds are are apply underlie these rue the day and that's what i that's how i feel about bring hundreds of monks who comes off my book comes on top alert afonso reviews outline superfoods into the road orders rides that's nice jesse any house we've got meghan in harry's reading today gaullist face parasites i love a royal wedding scourge about it in in simple terms in australia so you call them hey i love a royal wedding it's unthinkable when woke up everything it'd be great oh let's hope for that then now actually want while we're here at time we could of china affects some change yes lay on wednesday the twenty th of december had the most gang on well is hashtag free periods which is a fence fast aisha stay by any tips you're going to have to get waves stay hills this again i talk about periods for mineral too you can appeal right now i k so on the twenty th of december between six and this whole thing this let us get sorted it we'll get onto your hand ricky share out the quickie of hands.

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01:55 min | 4 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"A nine things ranjit down say the enormity away now i think is in the two monkeys one of my my best friends with where the discovery by said all this is from ten but not at sales send where other characters and then we can just make out and it's let me not really kissing brightest were the case him you saw certificates dickhead georgia engine turner q no what is i was probably just wanted to do some kissing runners that was wide theory he's a winner here i think you would letting statement jessia ugly yeah yeah excellent acknowledge organized k k i once wrote an irate over a series of finances to donny paulsen i shook hands with the dalai lama once all i once slept with some on ernie because he had a waterbed and i wanted to find out what repeal whereas designed by kansas oklahoma and we were saying lunga i did shake hands the deadline now you met him i didn't i thought your hazardous but you i'm sure would have sets up me somewhat to ghana waterbed that sounds like something you would don deafening stephanie reference to debbie ponding i have never written study pawn my friend did different jonathan finish my thirty th birthday and just a couple of years ago now he he writes dili called and said is my dear friends birthday please could you center assigned fighter and he plays than saa as if that against as well as the of the script abdali right nifty missteps and taunted him right back so he write another letter saying day totally unknown how busy wall but this would just main such a law to la since she lost both legs in a terrible accident.

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"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

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02:03 min | 4 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"Oh i don't treat the london fabricated nazi who carnival we're all of them sounds comes gives a river doubts were have you know the flight thing and i can show depressed the tape kayla's i think you can show the press that he came days i'd aim now much that is lies not no i didn't i am i think you definitely assaulted for condoms when he worked at that there will sit code the syphilis clinic there are also someone texted me the other day to tell me apparently my friend dante's means it apparently committee was now say prevalent in lewis shechem where we live the lucien has its own strain the adoration committeea that you can tell from making it the bacteria raise the molecules that it's actually from lewis anyway ricky that later i think it's the loss one which one is the line it with the show the trash can any d 24 kayla's you knew i wouldn't really have a fucking there is a luxury senior pushing insurance branch bench christie's on the machine lewis shows because he's been yougov free whites oh very soon i love this riottorn new guy like k i once mind male guy friend to kiss me by saying we could pretend that we account is a play that does sound like this whole thing you would do yeah i want to clear the passing glasgow it because i faucet so strongly but i'd like to the really drunk guy that was the only passed out again your paper that regional i want board a pair of my mother knows nick is on holidays because i forgot mine oh no i not on the eu board something of your mother no but i don't think it was nick his on it you boring i think obvious that too far fi that is correct.

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01:36 min | 4 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"No i i think this is absolutely wonderful and i i find very very inspiring about it is it's come from a nineteen year old and what we've seen a lot this year is it was a fantastic go spike it the light conference about education and it feels like there's is much more empowerment of young women that they feel it they're going to voice now even though it has been a lot of horrific says stuff kenya that sexual abuse and all that stuff but i feel like women have a voice in this is this is testament to that as well yes get out there in march way you read clova yes meeting at parliament square wednesday turns december full pm six pm hashtag free periods new online you did not you weren't in periods to be on its own regan yelm when students you guys are the metaphor flush it down to the woman excellent okay now is christmas and christmas will be christmas without presence careers nothing ling rats of yugoslav it over the book especially the world cup 2018 other book of world cup twenty fulton his name is stay on this is absolutely true listener at steve likes to watch every single match of every world cup on like sometimes events that means watching like a laptop energy on an ipad while absence humbly such afraid and that's where he does a beautiful thing for a bunch that's not even the main person jesse were looking at with what did you get i should say.

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"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

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01:45 min | 4 years ago

"steve hill" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"So then we have basically the year i mean we've done we've done books we've done sex yet we've domes them listeners yeah any hopes and dreams the next day on january hyping that brexit white happen i've got just thank something's going to it just consummate opioid if it's going to be royce give you guys independent broussard coming up all i feel like it's a lot when you play race school monopoly and all the players get drunk drunker new missouri offered united so some of his hip civil we're waiting for the bold flip of breaks it that's what they are you shouldn't have started this game and died other light these rue the and that's what i that's how i feel about bringing hundreds of misuse comes off my book comes on capital of are reviews on line six ford zones into the road overrides that's nice jesse any house we've got meghan inherit reading to let but y'all space parasites i love the royal which a scourge about it as the simple tunes in australia so when you call them i love a royal wedding it's unthinkable when will comp everything it'd be great oh let's hope for that then now actually want while we're here at time we could trying china affect some change asked way on wednesday the twenty th of december had the most gang on well is hashtag free periods which is it a fence fast aisha stave out you need to have you're going to have to get waves stay hills this again i talk about periods for mineral too you can appeal right now i k so on the twenty two december between six this whole thing.

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