35 Burst results for "Summers"

Liberal Media Won't Admit Florida Is Successfully Battling COVID

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 1 d ago

Liberal Media Won't Admit Florida Is Successfully Battling COVID

"One one Here's something You will not hear from so many people you will not hear from CNN John Avalon who is a talentless know nothing You will not hear from D lamone You will not hear from whilst Fredo Cuomo Andrea Mitchell Brian Williams Tell gunner Bryant Eugene Robinson You know the whole host of miscreants malcontents and radicals In what is that How come flirt is not in the news How come governor desantis isn't in the news From the daily wire Florida rate of COVID infections third lowest in the United States last week By my calculation that means 47 states in the district at Columbia were higher How come Joe Biden hasn't mentioned Ron DeSantis in Florida Is the summer season has ended in the hot temperatures start to subside writes Hank beren all across southern states encouraging more people to be outside rather than inside together in the air conditioning the rate of COVID-19 infections in Florida has plunged so rapidly So rapidly that it has the third fastest descent in rates of cases in the nation over the last two weeks trailing only Alabama and Hawaii According to The New York Times chart yesterday Florida's case rate per 100,000 people over the last week was 13 13 Out of a 100,000 Third only behind kinetic in Hawaii which both had 11

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Caller and Mark Levin Discuss Gender From 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 2 d ago

Caller and Mark Levin Discuss Gender From 'American Marxism'

"I am I'm in chapter four of American Marxism I'm actually in Chicago I listen to it on tape in my office so turn several people out to it which is great because they're all very liberal where I work But I love I love the way it really meant something to me the way you came at the gender issues in American Marxism Because it made me realize something I grew up ten to 70s high schools in the 80s era When I was ten 11 years old I played ball with the boys I could hold my own And then puberty hit they got big and strong and I'd say to anybody Right And it really made me mad They're gonna tell that girl that she's a boy trapped in a girl's body and go take steroids and mutilate yourself I don't destroy my life Now I'm an adult woman and I have children I have a husband I have a nice house I would have destroyed everything because at 11 years old I wanted to throw a temper tantrum because I couldn't hit the ball as far as the boys that I played with the summer before And you'll notice in that chapter this is being pushed by the United Nations It's being pushed by all kinds of radical groups It's now in our school systems You have elementary school children learning about this stuff Elementary school children It's unbelievable You know what are these kids going to do I mean we're seeing anger now from these people Let's say let's see how the Democrats conduct themselves in Virginia if they're just going to vote party line which they tend to do Not given a damn what goes on in their schools and all the rest of it They slobber They go to the voting slobber Who's dynamic Terry McCall good

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Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 3 d ago

Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

"25 of the 26 cities and counties that receive the $1 million from Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life were one by Biden in 2020. The ten largest center for technology civic life grants in Georgia are the following Fulton Cobb gwinnett da cab. Clayton Douglas Cherokee won by Trump, Henry N muskeg. By mispronouncing of them, I'm sorry. I don't live in Georgia. The 9 out of ten of the biggest counties received massive money from Zuckerberg in fact Fulton county and Cobb county and gwinnett county received a combined $15 million. From the Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life for the actual administration of election. I know a lot of you are saying how on earth is this possibly legal, while the attorney general of Georgia didn't think to do anything about this? The Secretary of State Brad raffensperger was perfectly fine with this. Governor Brian Kemp signed a consent degree of Stacey Abrams that allowed the downfall of Georgia to occur. The federalists continues by saying the center for technology and civic life demanded the promotion of universal mail in voting through suspending election laws, extending deadlines that favored mail in over in person voting. I just want to reemphasize this. You have a private company or corporation or nonprofit funded with $420 million that comes in and demands the suspension of the law. Where the state legislatures this was in my opinion, one of the sneakiest, Treacher at most treacherous and deceitful actions but honestly, the state legislatures in Georgia, they did not meet in the summer of 2020 best of my knowledge about election integrity at all. The summer leading up to the election they should had a special session in July, they should have said hold on a second, we need to have a pregame meeting here. We gotta have a huddle. And this goes to show how weak incompetent and spineless the Republican Party is.

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Southwest cancels thousands of flights amid staff shortage

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 d ago

Southwest cancels thousands of flights amid staff shortage

"Southwest Airlines has canceled hundreds more flights today following a weekend of major service disruptions three hundred and forty eight flights cancelled as of this morning according to flight aware and another three hundred and three delayed southwest had blamed air traffic control issues and whether there were over a thousand canceled flights alone on Sunday with southwest the only airline to report issues on that scale southwest has struggled all summer with high numbers of delayed and canceled flights last week it announced staff would have to get a cold bit baxeen something the pilots union wanted more details on and said roads the already strained relationship one analyst said a possible reason for the weekend outages maybe a work slowdown by pilots something

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Even CNN Reporter Matt Eagan Knows September Jobs Report Was Bad

Mark Levin

01:04 min | Last week

Even CNN Reporter Matt Eagan Knows September Jobs Report Was Bad

"Matt Egan is apparently the CNN reporter on CNN that handles a lot of business and White House reporting And it seems like only Joe Biden thinks that this was a fantastic jobs report cut 5 go It definitely was a complex report and a lot of that was because of the delta variant and the reopening of the economy But that means there's kind of something for everyone here in terms of the positives and the negatives Now clearly the big negative is the fact that the economy added just 194,000 jobs last month That is less than half of what economists have been anticipating And as you can see you know there was a surge in hiring this summer but that has clearly faded big time This was actually the worst job gain of the entire year And so that means the U.S. economy is still down 5 million jobs during the pandemic That is disappointing No you don't understand that's progress In Biden's world Big progress

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Larry Elder Was Victim of Hate Crime But Woke Nation Won't Admit It

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | Last week

Larry Elder Was Victim of Hate Crime But Woke Nation Won't Admit It

"Welcome back to the mike gallagher. Show the one. And only sage. Himself larry elder. I would have liked to have called governor elder. Maybe we'll just call you governor l. elder ceremonially for the rest of your life. Well michael thank you so much for having me and thank you for your help in my raise your contribution. You probably supported me more at least financially than i think anybody anybody else in our other. Five thousand dollars five thousand dollar contribution. I wanted him and i wish i could have done more but you know i got bills to pay but larry we were so proud of you and so excited and no matter the outcome you still. You still left quite a mark didn't you. I sure did. I was going to say other than senior management. They made substantial contributions. Good regarding regarding might be back in the saddle. My mom grew up on a farm. And i spent probably all my summers when i was a kid on my parents or my grandparents farm. So i'm not all that far from us from getting back on the saddle and the other thing. I wanted to say a lot of people. Michael are referring to the woman who through the egged me as a white woman wearing a gorilla mask. I got a couple of things first of all. How do we know it was a mask. How just having a bad hair day. I mean can she. She needed a little little rouge. They're frightened things up and she was a little slow that day of the front of the makeup. They're sounding. i just won't want to raise the question. We don't really know if we don't really know if she was having a bad hair day. So i mean honestly all kidding aside was she charged larry. They couldn't even find her in. Michael had this happened to rock obama or say commonly harris. They would call it a hate crime. The media would have taken it very seriously much of the media. Scoffed editor even laughed at. It would have been an international manhunt on

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Nigerian forces free more than 180 hostages, say police

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Nigerian forces free more than 180 hostages, say police

"Nigerian police say that at least one hundred eighty seven people including babies have been freed in the country's troubled north one of Nigeria's largest liberation's of kidnap victims a state police spokesman from the summer far region says security forces rescued the hostages the forest where they had been held for many weeks he said they were released unconditionally indicating that no ransoms were paid following extensive search and rescue operations the spokesman added the rescue was had been helped by sweeping security measures including a shot down on mobile phone networks and restrictions on gatherings and movements in the region I'm Charles de Ledesma

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 US health experts urge flu shots to avoid 'twindemic'

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

US health experts urge flu shots to avoid 'twindemic'

"Health experts are urging Americans not to forget about the flu during the cold with nineteen pandemic I get it we are all tired I'm not talking about vaccines but even as she keeps pushing people to get the covert vaccines the CDC cheaper shovel Lansky tells the national foundation for infectious diseases flu shots are doubly important this year the low level of flu activity last season could set us up for earth's been severe season this year things like masking and social distancing help slow the spread of respiratory diseases last year but officials are worried because a virus called RSV that usually hits the young kids in the winter came roaring back in the summer as

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Toy makers race to get products on shelves amid supply clogs

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Toy makers race to get products on shelves amid supply clogs

"Supply chain problems due to the pandemic may hurt toy sales this Christmas with three months until Christmas toy companies are racing to get their items on distortions as they face a severe supply network crunch toy makers are trying to find containers to ship their goods while searching for new alternative routes and ports summer flying in the toys if they can't get the space instead of shipping by boat but companies also realize that they can't make up for delays so they're leaving behind some of the holiday toys and factories in China they include a third of basic fun toy company's iconic mighty dump trucks they're just too bulky and expensive to send overseas I'm surely after

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When Did China Really Know?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | Last week

When Did China Really Know?

"China. No that the couch virus was going to be released now. We have been pretty bolt on this program. In saying that china likely concocted a scheme to either intentionally release the virus on their own citizens or it released accidentally and make quickly pivoted an adjusted to try and use the virus as a way to strengthen the chinese communist party regime and squash and clamp down on any sort of backlash domestically in america. By saying. that's racist. That's terrible but a new story out today. From human events dot com. I write a piece for human events every so often. Some great people behind him events china. Pr test orders soared. Before i ever reported kobe case government contracts show surges in wuhan area purchase. A starting in may of two thousand and nineteen. Why would china be ordering tests. Which is how you test for. The virus starting in two thousand nineteen of in the month of may so the first recorded case was in november that we know of even through the whistle blowers and the people are in depth in the lower levels of the chinese. Not the lord loves the higher levels of the chinese communist party government but they're willing there at at the threshold of where actually the communication is happening a study conducted by internet two point. Oh concludes that base. Data analyzed the virus spreading in wuhan china as early as the summer of two thousand nineteen and most definitely by the early fall of two thousand nineteen.

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Caller Says Wife Is Being 'Termed' From Hospital, Despite Having COVID Antibodies

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller Says Wife Is Being 'Termed' From Hospital, Despite Having COVID Antibodies

"The story My wife and I and my daughter contracted COVID right around Christmas last year ten months ago My wife works at Saint Peter's hospital in Albany for the last 34 years actually 34 years in January two years ago she was named employee of the year in her department This week she found out that she is going to be not terminated They used the word term She was going to be turned because she has not been vaccinated with the Pfizer or the majority vaccine And the reason my wife has it it isn't because she is an anti vaxxer I have the vaccine Okay I got it My daughter has it my wife haven't And my wife hasn't because she's a scientist and she does her research Now she said to the hospital from day one I'm going to be tested for antibodies This is going back to last January before all this craziness happened I'm going to go to the hospital you know whenever you recommend after I've recovered from COVID I'll have the antibody test She had it let's say in March she positive She had lots of antibodies So I got the test I was positive my daughter as well So we had the antibodies We were feeling pretty good Then as summer came on you know more pressure was coming on to employees So my wife said who are supervisor Do you have any exemptions And they're like here you go With Saint Peter's letter had a medical exemption Go to your doctor if he signs off on this You know that will put that in the system for you So she did that Her doctor signed it because my wife brought her evidence and why she's making this decision based solely on silence science just so you know Long story short this week they came to her from HR and said you still haven't gotten your shot She's like well I turned in my medical exemption in July We have no record of that They said Okay so we'll just leave it at that I'm not going to make any accusations That's what they told her If they told her two days ago if you are not vaccinated by a week from today next Friday you will be termed

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Why climate change is making it harder to chase fall foliage

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Why climate change is making it harder to chase fall foliage

"Climate change is making it harder for people to chase fall foliage heat waves and droughts have caused leaves to turn brown and withered before they can reach peak color the tree is sort of expressing like what the summer is done to it arborist Michael Sundberg says traditional leaf peepers in the fall have less leaves for peeping you're seeing a lot of like Browning on the edges of the leaves which you know we call the scorch that happened after severe heatwave in Oregon in northern Maine peak conditions typically arrive right about now forest Rangers report less than seventy percent color change the color itself could be dollar especially because you have a leaf that's now has damage on it instead of just an unscathed happy we've Sundberg says climate change can be bad for fall foliage but it goes beyond that those trees are also helping with preventing floods and things like that too so it's all kind of connected and in a very domino effect kind of weights on Berg says it's been a few years since there's been a really good leap year I bet Donahue

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California's Eviction Moratorium Ends On Thursday

NPR's Story of the Day

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

California's Eviction Moratorium Ends On Thursday

"Starting tomorrow a moratorium on evictions ends in california it was in place because of cova but now millions of tenants are wondering. What's next for them. Here's kate wolf from member station k. Q. e. d. after eighteen months of protections. Legislators say there isn't political will to extend the eviction moratorium but people won't be kicked out right away as the deadline approaches. California governor gavin newsom points to a grace period in the expiring law for low income tenants who apply for rental assistance. They are addiction. Protections that deny any court action to appear that extends through march thirty first of twenty twenty two however according to census data from this month over nine hundred thousand californians. Feel not at all confident that they will be able to pay. Rent this october lawrence crawford and his wife. Vanessa are among them. Before the pandemic vanessa worked in a salon and lawrence was a restaurant server. They've been struggling to with trying to get unemployment from the state. We're driving yourselves kinda like you know. Take care of trying to work but it costs money to do all these things. My unemployment's not there. The to live in downtown san jose with their son after months of struggling to pay their rent in piecemeal they applied for the state's rent relief program this summer but they haven't received anything and rent is coming. Do you pay by the fifth. And i don't think we're going to have it. So they'll probably start the eviction process in all they. Oh twenty three thousand dollars in background. Technically since the crawford's are still waiting for rent relief. They can't be evicted yet. California has only given out a small percentage of the seven point. Two billion dollars it set aside for aid state and local governments have been extremely slow to distribute the funds but a spokesperson with a state agency overseeing the process says it's speeding up. Meanwhile both renters and landlords are feeling the

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NY hospitals fear staff shortage as vaccine deadline looms

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

NY hospitals fear staff shortage as vaccine deadline looms

"New York state wide coveted mandate for healthcare workers takes effect Monday and hospitals and nursing homes are bracing for problems doctors nurses and support staff like food service workers and cleaners have until Monday to get at least their first Kovic shot many have not yet that means that thousands of health care workers could be forced off the job next week hospitals and nursing homes are preparing contingency plans summer cutting back on elective surgeries one hospitalist is spending maternity services for the time being some nursing homes are limiting admissions the state's largest health care provider Northwell health is trying to persuade thousands of hold outs to get the shots governor Kathy Hochul says every patient has the right to know they will not be infected by the person charged with protecting their health I'm Rita fall lady

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Professor Files Lawsuit Over University Vaccine Mandate

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:43 min | 3 weeks ago

Professor Files Lawsuit Over University Vaccine Mandate

"Welcome back by friends. I'm dennis prager and a professor on todd. Zoecke z. y. W i c k by a professor of law george mason university and a fellow at the cato institute in august believe it was august. Let me see here. you wrote a piece in the The wall street journal was august professor. There why gogga's that's right down is so you wrote a about why you're not going to follow your universities. Demand that you get a vaccination for cans covert in order to be able to return to campus and you cited the fact that you had in fact cova and in fact was was when you took tests. You've had the antibodies to kovin. They stay continued to stay in your body and so you sued. george mason. Is that correct cats correct and it's okay. Yup no no you go ahead. Yeah so i so. I tried to resolve this the nice way. Then it's wages. I tried to torch mason claims to the place the respect science that Respects truth so. I reached out over the summer After i contacted by immunologists and i did a full immunity workup including an anti bodies tests. That showed that my anybody's level With comparable to somebody who had been fully vaccinated And And there's more there's more than you needed that but this is sort of a slam dunk case is this is how you measure of somebody's immune protection listens how they measure whether somebody needs a booster shot for any for any disease whether it's measles or covert or anything else And so. I reached out. And i said here's here's the evidence They blew me off. I reached out to again. And i'd attached an affidavit from my immunologist as well as to leading public Stoller sir. I'm sure you're familiar with jay body charge at stanford martin cool dorks harvard. The presenting all the evidence to show this george mason again. Just blew me off Issue their policy saying that everybody had to get back and and so i reached out to the new civil liberties alliance at that point and some ask them to represent me so we brought a lawsuit eventually george mason and they're giving the medical exemption after all this In civil and changed the rules so that wasn't being disadvantaged as much as i had so the lawsuit itself has been resolved. But now there's you know many cases now following raising the same issue as vaccine mandates of spread around the country.

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Mormon church to require masks in temples amid COVID surge

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mormon church to require masks in temples amid COVID surge

"The Mormon church's requiring mass in temples amid the covert search the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints has announced a mass will be required inside temples to limit the spread of cove in nineteen church leaders said Wednesday the mass will be required temporarily in an effort to keep temples open the message was the latest in a series of statements from church leaders encouraging masking and vaccination efforts in Utah where the church is based a summer surge of the virus among unvaccinated residents has continued to grow while vaccination rates have slightly increased I'm Walter Ratliff

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"summers" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:57 min | 3 weeks ago

"summers" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And then there's some weird twist at the end because really meta wraps up the book and you're like wait. What because there is this a meta quality to a lot of the stories. And you also i mean. Sometimes you're trying to capture a feeling. There's an irony to some of the endings. Obviously like i said. I feel like this. Oh henry little twists here and there. There's certain things that you know could even do well. I can tell us from the crypt. If you turn to know horror thing where like you know it just like the shock comes and then there's other ones where you're at up you're about in the middle of this dramatic turning point like there's the guy there's the is it the Flying v club. Yeah if flying. V guitar aficionado group. It becomes a secret a secret society that people want to join. But they won't let anybody in and so they have the two competing guys who are trying to come up with more obscure knowledge in this one guy decides to fake the the photo of a southern black blues man and and this guy goes on the trip and its going. Well wait what's going on like that is like a really surreal thing because you don't know and it leads up to the ending us to what is actually going to happen. And you're still doing a cliffhanger thing with that story yeah why do you think you're attracted to those kinds of almost non ending. Well yeah then now. Everybody can see what they liked. But i mean Storyline that while. We're doing too much here. I know it's it's tricky to talk about. What yeah because. I think i'd say i think it's more like real life. This is more live. Doesn't have all these happy tied up and something chasing those things happen but my sensibility is to leave it wide open and with a question mark and people can think what they like or imagine what they like so much hip or white to to rights lasting. You wanna take tied up in. That was a classic example of that after all that fantastic seller you sort of. Yeah you're some there's a lot of these endings where it doesn't say what happened and you can imagine what happened within the other point. Did they actually kind of departures for debate. I can see a bunch of people in reading it and then go and have drinking and arguing with actually happened in that story and what didn't rule. I always like that personally. If it's a movie let's say movies what we'll watch movies and narratives. I much prefer that films and with open ended. Question is just more interesting. Well i think that's also difference between european and american sensible. I think it is. It is and that's what goes on from england and the french italian german movies japanese. I should say. I'm a major corre. Sal yes you mentioned curtis this a couple of course our film and just when you actually mentioned twice. Isn't there feel like there is..

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"summers" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"summers" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"We have something major that mini tour of the east coast up to boston. And back right but enough to pull us together so it was very important. said the punk thing sorta carried us in into being abandoned. Get getting a few gigs in you know moved on from that with blondie too because they were part of that whole. Cb's sorta seems to me never struck me. They had punk energy but it was a different thing. I ain't honk band. Yeah and and it was sort of a relief when we got to new york that they weren't really calling it punk new wave. Yeah we're like talking heads all blonde deal. Well the ramones were pretty. Who else would it be. Television would be television. Regrouped ourselves as far as you could say anything to anybody. We put ourselves in that law. It felt much more natural to us the other thing. I think there's you know there's so many different things. I could talk about these stories for example. You know you still have the literal of guitar. I think that one great story. So i don't wanna give away endings things but there is that one great story of this woman. Who's a guitar player. She's she wants to be the group to this ban but you realize that the real reason she wants to. She wants to play the guys guitar. The were satisfying. I think the play the gets his guitar than is the red guitar. That girl somewhere in south america. It's yeah she sees the bands coming somewhere in brazil and she gets ready for that was it. Yeah their little. Their little twists that go on. I noticed there's a character name sullivan. I don't know if it's the same guy. But the name of sullivan appears in at least three stories. Is that well yeah. I came up with one rox out. But i found him personally. I enjoyed writing and so on. Maybe this car took an appear again. And i thought it was sort of a nice trick to put him in three or four stories in the book the book some continuity in fact one of the very last stories in the book it is narratives as pdf which. I yeah. this is the only one in existence. Yeah allow really your. I had that happen once. Yeah just a rough throat. The last one is cold. She's everything where he's a kid and he appears at the end and there's a story before that which she's in marty's toronto Ice blonde yes. Exactly and that time his the song as he tries to cross the restaurant trunk off his uh ass. The song playing. It's like a number one hit and then allow story is. He's in the house in east london with his proteges cousin and he plays the size like nine or ten years old and he's already got that so anyway. Just well. i mean what you know. You've been this you've written over a number of years is this doesn't happen overnight over a year now. I had some of them. You know a few years back and maybe follow six. A few people read them and they were very nice about encouragement. Me to do this. You know and then i. Eventually i was out gigging and read a couple of long stage and it went really well and the same thing you should do more you know so i said you know i'm gonna try and do this so i had stopped into it. Really get down on that and go for it. Always sounds at the beginning of another. Andy summers story which is like everyone encouraged me to do this and i did this..

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"summers" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"summers" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Five short stories that number so apropos for vinyl fans written across the span of many many years in this collection andy tells tales of guitarists or musicians or music aficionados triumphs and tragedies foibles fears in witty and revealing ways and with unique sense of narrative style even includes some historical figures his story. Inspirations come from friends associates and his own illustrious career. This was my first time. Speaking with andy and it was a true pleasure to interact with him. Well thank you for taking the time to chat. Yeah okay. I've been reading your fred moaning here with enjoying and it's interesting because it's it's funny how you have a lot of guitar terminology in there. I mean i'm i'm drummer but it's interesting that you keep the music language in there you don't just you know so for someone who really is into that stuff. They'll appreciate it. Well yeah i mean you could just wrote this book for guitarist rate which is not entirely true. Because it's been beyond that. But i'm sure it's definitely true information from the inside. It has a lot of the sex drugs and rock and roll aspect in different portions depending upon what the story is. I mean it's interesting. How sex does count crossover in the motivations of men in these stories the world has changed. But we're opposite These things happen. You know music power attraction and all the rest will make around so it's well though. There is the the cowboys story which i like. Yeah roy rogers gene autry and that you know the indian woman who actually is the one that saving them from starvation again landscape. They can't do it themselves. Yeah that's right. I just commented all wanting in fact it's the other way around. This is the girl that saves the day. Yeah there's so many statistic forty forty five stories and i actually was just reading the Django reinhardt pablo picasso story of them being roommates but they weren't actually roommates but i think or are they because city now. That was just a quirky funny thing that suddenly coach me one night while i was fooling around with all of this and i had this idea by those same time period wine up. Well not only that. Is i think picasso claimed he did. He played once with django. Oh did he yeah. I looked at before. I talked to you. And i'm like oh o obviously there around the same time period but brought those two characters together for you and your mind. Yeah i well. I know why suddenly thought like one spot. I can't remember what how came up. Just kind of all about one night. And maybe i've thought about trying to do something with django initially as a qatar thing and that sort of you know turned into this thing with a pablo picasso. Imagine them being roommates pulls you know starving down on trying to come up with some stuff. But i know enough about both of their work and their lives to be out throwing some things in there. Like you know where chang says. Well one on greenwich pounds. I don't like that. But let me remember that ed was the thing that i think. It's interesting because i'm an i'm gen-x get a lot of references. Seen granik i went. There was this product years ago with my mom. Yeah we went to produce and went to the raina sophia maria. There's actually i think is better than the pro. i agree. I don't have the product to let me. Just tell us anything about the product..

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Biden bets on rapid COVID tests but they can be hard to find

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden bets on rapid COVID tests but they can be hard to find

"One of president Biden's plans for helping curb the virus Origi is proving hard to implement fewer than two weeks ago the president announced plans for retailers like Walmart and Amazon to stock more virus tests that can easily be administered at home each of these outlets will start to sell at home rapid test kits at cost for the next three months the tests have already disappeared from shelves in many parts of the country and manufacturers warranty it'll take weeks to ramp up production which had been scaled back over the summer the big commercial labs that process most test performed at hospitals and test sites still say they have plenty of capacity Sager mag ani Washington

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Marxist History Is Repeating Itself

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

Marxist History Is Repeating Itself

"All of this is just indicative of how Marxism is playing out. If you've read American Marxism by Mark Levin, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Chapter six, Chapter one. It really describes how these institutions in America have just been hijacked. Write everything. I mean, everything has been hijacked. Nothing is the way it looks. Everything is some sort of, uh, to reference the Soviet Union like politburo and these and these ministers of propaganda, and they're in line force mint, federal law enforcement and I support law enforcement. You know, I actually was a volunteer cop in Jersey and for for like, two years, and my brothers served both of them. 20 years, NYPD have nothing but respect for law enforcement, But it's Sad to say. At the federal level. We've seen it time and again. There are some bad apples that are Trying to spoil the bunch. And that's just not there. I mean, we see the same thing in the media. We see the same thing in in the schools. You've got teachers that come in with very altruistic, altruistic. Excuse me, Um Rationale of why they want to become a teacher, and then they get there. And that is all kind of, um, usurped by the unions and them saying No, no, you've got to do this and you've got to teach this and we're going to do this and parents. I don't want to put this on the parents, but the parents have a role. Have been taken a back seat, some of them because they don't know better and some of them because they're too busy because they're trying to make a way for their family. So when we look at all of that stuff It's like, man. We're looking at the same thing that we saw. In our own history. A 20 years ago. And it's happening right before our very eyes the violence in the streets of last summer, we've seen that play out.

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"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"And games. Billy and bill comics in games. I believe. I know that we're supposed to be a hold on for one second because i need to check this out. I wanna make sure that. I have the actual buhler commensal games was that i was the address tim brooklyn but we hold on what you got the address. It's up near the junction. Getting everybody in brooklyn the address. Twenty one seventy eight known stern avenue. It knows rim. Joe notion those through and avenue in brooklyn new york cobham up at seven one eight four three four eight five one jude at seven. Eight four three four eight five one to it's time for the hollywood rock and wrap up on the ham radio show. It's the hollywood rock and wrap up with your host. Jason hadley the police officer pivotal in the nineteen eighty-nine central park five cases sui netflix for defamation. These suspects were proven innocent. Thanks to new science which seems good enough for everyone except the new york real estate developer. Who took out a full page ad in four newspapers calling for those underage suspects to be put to death. Here's him roughly thirty years later. You have people both sides of that. They admitted their guilt. So we'll leave it at that. What a class act that guy. Tiger king star joe exotic revealed that his prostate cancer has spread to other parts of his body currently showering.

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"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

04:56 min | 2 months ago

"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"Forever. A march of two thousand twenty under the condition that he adhered to a wellness agreement that included multiple daily drug pasts a day and Paramount then terminate obama's contract in twenty twenty citing any violation of the wellness agreement with going. He had already filmed scenes in developed ideas. Which the suit claims are being used in jackass forever. So what he's saying is he made shit film shit came up with shit and paramount. Still used it so yeah if he can prove that he came up with these ideas and they used his ideas his service. I don't know what the fuck is the word. I'm looking for creative. No your creative ideas. I forgot the actual terminology. Then i'm looking forward to legal terminology legal for the steps of service. No no that deserve the. But i'm talking about the the actual intellectual property bats orna mogaba. They took his intellectual property if they did that. Then yes he has a fucking great case biggers automatically. It's like i designed this. You used it now. You're making money. Fuck yourself right there. The case is closed. But what are you going to do. Less and less they have an agreement You know whatever he creates this well. Yeah we have to see the fine print of this congress. We don't know what it is Seven eight five seven seven hundred eighty nine. We gotta take another break. We got some more stories. We got more stuff. They opened segments. Coming up is what we do. The ham radio show we right back after these who heads actresses are home flows from the blink to the what from the plug to the radio network. Ham radio show talk. Publications has probably been serving dope club industry for over twenty years with news and resources for the strip clubs and exotic dancers visit publications dot com to find out more about their yearly expo convention and awards magazine subscription and advertising offers carrot located at one fifty north west. Twenty third street in miami gordon. Florida is a seventy four thousand square foot mega club with a twenty thousand square foot. Sports bar all major sporting and pay per view events. These voted the number one of those nightclub in twenty twelve and features full liquor bars and a full restaurant week. Three hundred sixty five days a year missed an episode of the ham radio. Show not to worry. You can download the latest episode as well as shows on ham. Radio show dot cop go to ham radio show dot com and click on the downloads. Lloyd come lifted vivid experience in one of the hottest clubs in america and enjoy the best in adult entertainment party with the sexiest dancers and surround yourself with the most beautiful girls relaxing upscale atmosphere and enjoy the variety of first class. Amenities are various clubs. Have to offer enjoy exclusive events and special promotions live radio broadcasts and celebrity guest appearances. The hottest clubs from david clubs. Consummate night if you live religion tequila the world's finest premium one hundred percent organic tequila using only the purest ganic ingredients and time-tested this elation process to create a true reflection of our commitment in collaboration with nature journey through purity and perfection religion tequila our vision our devotion our religion. One hundred percent. Organic handcrafted tequila by religion tequila. Visit them on the web at religion to gil dot com. That's religion tequila dot com hamlin. Give.

"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

06:42 min | 2 months ago

"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"That far. We want to know what the code was like. Do you say like you know a code penis or what. What was the actual catchphrase. We'll move onto the next thing. I just want to know some of these codes. Because i find it. I want to see hollywood. I wanna like we're just friends. So meaty quentin tarantino. Made the thing. He made the news and i. This headline demeanor outstanding. Just for the fact what this. It's like karma to me. No look at his feet. No quentin tarantino. Never gave a penny his mom. Yeah all right because the mother would fucking be such a cont. Nba dick he was on a show right. He's quotas ain't quote. My mom always had a hard time with his scholastic ability so one day. She was like this she goes. She was bitching and moaning about going on a fucking tirade and then she ended the tirade with. Oh and by the way this little writing career. The air quotes and everything. There's little writing career that you have you doing. That stuff is over no more. Meanwhile this guy hills grudge thing as he should. This is why. I frigging like people that think that they can just say anything the people and then when that that person becomes a success times have we been shit on about this. Show me personally crapped on like what do you do. You should show the. Oh you're never gonna make it and then when you make it. That person should be used to be allowed to kicked off but sometimes is was his mom using it as an inspirational thing. She's just now. Pitch is a lot more than just not miserable childhood all right but you know because sometimes people say things to to push you a little further little harder and then. I don't want to say like you're a dick. They're trying to motivate you in ways that they know work other than saying. Hey you're doing really good at this. We like ghost fucking constructive. Criticism right is a constructive. Criticism and quentin tarantino's mom is a count and he will say that's never gave the beach one penny because she didn't deserve it when you mock someone's back and dreams and then they achieve their dreams and i'm doing yeah. This is kind of personal to me when you go out there and you bust your ass and you have somebody who supposed to be backing you patting you on the back and telling you know you've got this. I got you fucking biggest cheerleader. And in the shit on you. She doesn't deserve any fuckin- money. Not even a draft. She deserve pocket lint. After being a bitch like that it's it's just not right paying back room bull and us. She probably support ally. There lies the difference if you feel like you want to give her that for that. That's fine but if she's taking it as now you turn it into a business a lot more than that story problems. I read that story now. Mike she me grab a disaster. I maybe there was incest. I don't know where. Joe veered off and incest say terrible. You know with all that again. He wins he should have paid. Scientists fucked up in the head. He really aged. That goes in the hand you know. What do they say genius. And he's a genius and insanity something like that. Yeah a true has the guy fucking genius. And i'm the fucking definition of it but this is stories stories for her. I mean this guy was. You could stop him. Now he's like that's the drive. That's the same. Drive in any summers was just talking about that i have. You can't fucking let other people tell you otherwise. Their stories about a heavy drinker whole ability was making jokes about the feet thing. But yeah he's got a foot fetish that's crazy. He's got his shoes. That i love. His movies are movies all right speaking of movies. Four zun so media here. I'm just finishing up with his million. Then we'll go to. I swear should do that. I swear to god. I do have to bring up the bam. Marge era is suing johnny knoxville. He's also suing. I believe Jeff tremaine who's the producer ben mergers johnny actual paramount pictures and mtv and other people Over his firing from the newest jackass movie. That's coming out jackass forever. Okay bam claims inhumane. Abusive and discriminatory treatment wrongful termination from the jackass franchise that he created. Now he did not create the jackass frangieh. He had a group. Cky which was camp. Kill yourself that was one group and then there was. Also the jeff tremaine lead from the big brother magazine which is also with johnny actual. Joe you have to still watch that documentary. Dumb would use on hulu right now. You can watch it right now. If you wish and you learn more how they set up this whole how how it came to be they kind of morphed all the different kinds of camp kill yourself the jackass camp. Stephen came in differently. Everything came in. They shot a pilot and they sold it to mtv so bam lost his job because bam has a drug problem but then were alcohol problem. I caught something about this story. They've fired him because he was actually seeking help to get the stuff you know. He was on medication. Or whatever doing the things to straighten himself out and they didn't like them like that or died. According to the thing. I read according according to the soup. Paramount signed bam for four dragons. We'll jackass.

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"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

07:10 min | 2 months ago

"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"Things and apple's done doing it happens talion thirty so meaty that literally was excuse on a pervert. I'm sort of this guy over here now. I don't remember this story. This came out today. Robin in the comics. Rahman batman and robin okay. Robin is now bisexual. Trustee psychic tight wrote revelation in the latest installment of the brand new comical batman urban legends. That he you know tim drake. Who's the character agrees to go out with a boy that he just saved my go on a date going like playboy baseball. No yeah it's definitely gonna be some balls and bats going on a romantic a romantic data. That's the case then back you'll have to become a lesbian now. That would be hot. Bad girl go down cat woman. Well how. I look at things that i like. Why do i need to know anything about their sexual life. That's the thing that gets me because yet again. He's bisexual he's not special. Let's ami so robbins suck a dick who cares. Last i know of batman arava. Their job is to save the world from evildoers. So everything else doesn't matter if they're they're busy having sex they can't save the world cup a bat light in what it is right about the seasonal. You're really good comic stuff by the way so there are also changing. There's another change in the comic book. Now and they when they refer to going back to the back. They're talking about robin's ask that's like pages being stuck together. Let's find out it's the ham radio show. Who's on my phone then cook buddha. Hey you guys have stop having sex or five seconds buddha. Your phone's can you hear me. Yeah how did you first of robin's bisexual and had did you enjoy andy. Summers being on the program. Excellent excellent i love the police kick mandy some the man. What's your favorite. What's your favorite police. let me. Tell you some translucent. I think it would be. Oh i can't even think of the name of it and it just go many song. Then i'm to me. I'm stuck between roxanne. 'cause i just like department. He goes classic. I mean look even murphy did man. It was the one of the best. That's that's that's the. I coordinate brockton you know. I like that and i like walking on the moon. We were just talking any. We were talking. Muhammad goddamn hits. Do they have them so many hits every them had to three so i mean he literally paid to be in. The police is what i'm saying. Yes yeah well you know he these guys history with get the job you know any put in the effort and he's still working buses and she's got a brand new book by the way. Let me plug it again. Why the hell not fretted and moaning you go go to so buddha. Here's where you're gonna do buddha. Hey andy summers book dot com and pick up the book right now. Okay i got it. I got somebody wants to say. Hello yes please do. Yeah how low ham radio. How are you feeling today. I am good. How about yourself. How's your spirit. Bit spirits up like most things in my pants. Oh what are we talking about the police the post that crud it. There's always bad apple than any group. Honestly always no matter where you go but for the mo the police the pull. I have cousins. Who are police. Have three cousins in the marines within their out there to help. They're out to do good you don't we're talking about you know we're talking about the band right now. What the band. The band the police. Oh my god. I had the most this entire show command. Know him radio justice. I have been lost talking about the band. The police chief a few laughs. Alleging diana legend on the show in crazy while the band. The police i am out of that loop. I have no idea. Is that the ymca people no. That's that's the village tapes people. Yeah and they don't dress up in the hard hats and the indians what's wrong and have a new album coming out called black lives matter police. Check it out. Now they'd all. There's a brand new album. The police the popo now. They'd all they do a rap. Mix yanked it's really good. Listen people get times. I don't know when they're serious taught me not serious. You're going to have to wait till the album comes out. You're going to have to look at me. I'm gonna go. You go google then. I gotta get back to the news. Okay guys tell buddha. I love them. Give them a big kiss for me. Right route one. Just ooh see what happens with women. And how i learned a new glue ride around gurus this motherfucker. Let me google. Google is that made me fucking laugh so hard. Oh that by they get a lot of bad press absolutely right.

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"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

07:10 min | 2 months ago

"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"I mean it was pretty intense. Yeah but that was a very funky plane arrived at the asheville. You know it's like oh my gosh really getting my heart sank. I guess we'll thousand feet up. 'cause i heard that story i i don't know how much of it true and i gotta handy. I hear when i when i talked to him. Biggest completely sure. Yeah i wouldn't. I wouldn't if that happened to me. I would never be able to fly ever again. Like ever- would never it would not even be a thought in my mind. I mean like we're taking the we're taking the bus how we get there by. You're saying man yeah chatting. I wouldn't go that for the lot of people. Throw it in there stop. Debbie's wants to know she First time these one thousand nine hundred eighty two the hollywood sport-oriented my girlfriend amanda so you saw the ac. I can't remember when whole she wrote it before. And i can't remember but she wanted to know that she loves you. So andy my girlfriend loves you. Love one amanda. Andy loves you too and in the whole what everybody in the police love you. Don't worry about bringing up all these arenas and everything else. Is it true that you guys. Because i heard i was watching some other thing when you guys came to america you guys thought it was big when you guys played the whiskey. No-go well yeah. I mean it's kind of symbolic a big place of course famous because so many famous fans went through that started there and it seemed like you know the absolute pitch amir so west coast. Rock and roll nypd. Well not the reason high The reason i'm asking is. Because like i i when you were fucking this big of celebrity right. When you're in a huge mega ban ladyboys. At what point do you know why. So kind of flash back in your brain. At what point do you go. I fucking celebrity. I can't walk down the street anymore. Working summers and i mean the police and holy shit i get on a plane has a window blowing out. I am andy summers guy. At what point to you know that you're the guy that yeah well you know. I mean both. Certainly i mean yeah. It came pretty early that we we are pretty hot. That's right you know by the told me to synchronicity It was it was like you know it was fantasy tom because we couldn't believe our hotel rooms got a restaurant. Outside of the dole. Staying night we were heavily got it was pretty crazy. Yeah heavily guarded. You couldn't go go for walk around wherever we're playing you know. No no way. They wouldn't let it just couldn't have so yeah. He called to that point. You know the the stuff of fantasy. So nineteen eighty nine. Your life changed and became totally. Nineteen seventy seven. You start to believe you're just a band point by the eighties. You're the police was a big deal. It didn't take very long. Andy one thing we do on this show. We do think. Qa day as today's cubana the negative. We talked about this guy to eat big macs every day of his life. This is what the guy. He's past thirty thousand big macs. I gotta ask you are queuing. Yeah no. i wouldn't do that because i would have diarrhea every day. But let me ask you if there's one food on this earth then don't say water because billy already picked but there's one food on this earth that you could eat every day of your life without fail never get sick of it. You love it. What would that be avacado avocado. Andy dangelo nary go avocados. 'cause i really let me let me ask any summer. Luckily andy summers of the police. Legendary joe has a book. Fretted and moaning to andy summers book dot com. I turned to my co host producer. And i asked him the. Qna today do you know what his answer was water. He said water like no. Thank you get a halfway liberia. Answer does have it every day. Yes but how easy andy summers gonna avocado. And he said it so with the accent and it sounds so proper right and billy said it sounds like shit when bill goes shit. A water or water warta. One thing. i'll say agua hogwash. Then avocado evo. Called girl's best friend was aimed avocado problems. Let's begin to. Andy summers a legend. Thank you for being on the program. His book is very funny. Thank you your guy. Thank you man. Andy summers book dotcom. Andy thank you round of applause. Thank you very much andy tonight. Have another caddo. He goes out. That was fucking to andy. Summers dot com book dot com all the information. Espn wanna go. Listen andy williams. I don't give a shit anything. Andy today to motherfucker. Do it turns that. I wanna play a song on the way out. Yeah well do you have something or you got something i wanted to. I wanna say thank you for calling in. Yes thank you get his. The end of a long day came and put up with us. Dan any and you know what he was. Funny he was. We were funny key told great stories. He had a great time. That's what ham radio show can do for your guests when you want to sell a book or you wanna come on. That's what we do. You have a good fucking time as you do. And now share we share. Don't ask sunny. he's not going to answer. Said we're gonna take a break in a couple of minutes. The only thing is. I have to play this now because it's been stuck in my head. Ever since i knew andy sellers was going to be on the show. So.

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"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

06:37 min | 2 months ago

"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"Infrared and moaning the new book. That's going to any summers book dot com for more information on that but these forty five short stories now. When did you start writing. This book had a few of them just saw not only deliver. Something is really but back in two thousand twelve. I wrote save four and then maybe a couple more i showed in the people knew who is a great. What if you put them in a boat or something. Yeah should do and make notes. I love notes all ideas for stories and then somewhere around two thousand seventeen eighteen. You know i. I started reading on stage and they with going down the same that point us. Oh okay okay. I'm going to really do this. Subplot to sit down and be right. Say for a while and really get this roy and nowadays you know very disciplined and and you know we're way through the whole thing but you know it is a creative autistic process so is a law of revising rethinking coming back and forth. You know the reference them some research you know you have to really get into the job very seriously and these are also supposed to be kind of comic funny stories. You know And they want to hang together. You know the guitar being unifying shred through which always podium could move too shabby darren the in the news. I haven't read everything. And i'm not gonna i'm not going to be like all the other word he'll show hosts or tv. I read the whole book. It's amazing i've read most of man. Thank you i've earned and let me tell you some of it does lend itself. Because i was thinking. You've you've written multiple books before and some of them. One of them became a documentary. Can't stand losing you. Yeah so now. This actually become this thing. I think lends itself to kind of like an animated feel. It seems to me like kind of art house that now i'm having a few conversations i live in hollywood people. There is some talk about Yeah if that could that would be the on my wall to streams like you know because then i got made into a film to be really thrilled at. This turned around much somewhere because they read like little mini movies. Billy find somebody to do the soundtrack. I wonder if they can license the music from the beliefs. So yeah it is crazy. it's crazy. how many things in how like jack-of-all-trades that you are. You are a photographer. You were writer. You were the legendary guitarist. Who are i mean. Like everything really good level. I tried to dabble. I don't wanna be you know someone express something and then you go to take each saying whatever the genre to the to the to a great place you know. I mean it's it's serious work but It's better knowing i liked is off creatively driven. Suppose he's andy summers to sits on his ass or is that not possible. You one of the like is. I'm can't now we're saying just throw in the gray that that's what i'm saying. It's like perpetual motion. You gotta keep this shit you gotta do. You gotta make things happen. And i mean you're doing as me got some guys you have to have dry. I mean that's one thing. I i totally agree with you. That if you if you were doing it half as we have this model here on the show. We never do anything. Half as we're always whole asked because we we can't stop. Yeah we can't stop we. Don't i wanna do things. Like andy summers does billy. I wanna keep. I wanna make some movies. I wanna light some books. Why can't i do my phone my answer. I can't do that. it doesn't work. Like i can feel it coming well venues by the way we're talking summers guitars. Finally god bless. You could verma the coughing guitarist from the police who has a brand new book printed and moaning that you can get right now if you check it out gonna andy summers book dot com now. I heard this story. I gotta ask because i heard this through the grapevine a lot of rumor mills and everything else was there. Just tell me if there's actually happy were you on a plane in the emergency door opened on the plane almost fell out of a yeah. That's true that's a true story house. It was after we recorded. Synchronicity shane. We're on the caribbean island of a monster app. Yeah we took very funky prop plane from mancera to caracas venezuela. So it's a over. The caribbean to venezuela that product caribbean is known for hurricanes. You know yeah very dangerous so we will find about. I don't know if we were opposed to hurricane will be a about ten thousand we ocean and there was like three or four seats in the plane and the rest and the rest of it was empty without gear the pack. So it's not by a window. And i don't think that you've not seatbelts. And some of the wind up blew open right outside of me. Just blow out now window anymore. And you know everybody's hanging on to me. I sort of cruel. It to get low and cruel across the plane to get away from this howling wind took the plane was bucket saying and jumping all over the place. And then you know like we crossed the coast of venezuela and we look at data these sort of pinpoints with the top so the mountains and go. Oh my god you know we. We made it obviously and related to run. His wailing always got on the crown kneeling and praying crossing themselves. Yeah it was pretty. Yeah i two things. One holy shit number is airlines. Stink number two. How would how in the fuck did you ever take a plane. After that..

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"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

08:05 min | 2 months ago

"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"Andy summers. He random applause guitarist four. The police andy summers has standing rock and roll hall of fame legend. Look to him radio. Thank you sir. Thank you for being on the show. How are you. I'm getting a bit tired. We come the end of another long. Well you got. You're doing a lot so many actually in the facebook live sweet. Thought that you were out of work and billions on cracking up. Because he's like this. Summer's is doing more shit than most people do ever. He's got daily routine. Yeah we were going over all your books that you have you still doing music. You're still like this nine million things that you're doing these people don't understand it. It's it's amazing to be anything new. Yeah streets. He keeps them clean. You know i mean fretted and moaning is the new book. It's a little forty-five short stories. All and by the way. I have to say you. It's like when you read this book. Because i got like a little advance. Copy thing when you read the book and you go through like some of the stories you really do take you. You're an outstanding writer. It's nine i deliver like oh thank you. I'm trying to kiss. Andy summers ask. Maybe little i'm known for celebrities however let me point out that he he he does this one story in particular. That was something resonated with me. This sorry ice blonde but like he's so descriptive. Joe when he's talking about the broad that comes past the table like any talk about like the smell of her perfume. You actually start smelling perfume like in the wrong. When you're reading it's weird like he was getting an erection page. Okay well joe direction. They'll get that confused with throb. Okay which is a book. That andy photograph. Okay got on over there. We're on a couple of billy's water from that's dangerous. He's a hard drinker. Joe's prop joe joe smoking weed right now. So that's fine. It's legal either way. He got rid of his glaucoma. We read your book which is nice all right so we gotta go for something. I yes we're going to plug the book. And yes we're going to plug your writing and plug anything you want andy. Summers book dot com the website to check everything. Also you have. Andy summers dot com for your just you your you know anything you wanna do. You buy the stuff on there. You look up everything about andy on there. Have we gotta talk. You are in one of the most legendary bands that ever existed and you gotta look at it from the perspective of three frigging members of this band. That's it that's what it was like other band. Joe and talk about the stones before and it's stones as a whole bunch of things going on. This is three guys who have the time. Couldn't get along too but that's why it works. So this detention adds it translates to the audience. A couple of questions right off the bat. How did we get to the name. The police and i know it's probably a story that you timeline times. But i don't know the answer to it. So i have asked really crappy name you know who wants to be the police but know. The band came to life in the middle of the late very late seventies punk boom in london and you had to have a provocative name and that was somebody used that and i think that was idea. So we're on. The side of a car went right. We that's what we're and that's that's how it came to be see some stuff so simple simplistic but you know i mean like it. It has stood the test. The time definitely changes association do that but you know you don't think that all yeah well that's the thing like when you talk about these rolling stones the who are deaf leber talking about all these like you hear these names. You like fucked. They're like how do we get to the police. But at least now we know it was. It could possibly with that group they were. They were a modest little crew themselves. Man they never were nine thousand nine hundred seventy seven. The police were founded. You guys got together. You guys created your your sound that we know and literally only a couple of years later. You're selling out madison square garden That's incredible that's nuts stadiums. Yeah i don't really. Billy was screaming before you so that shays was shaved shea. Stadium say stadium. Yeah yeah now for us mere mortals andy. Summers for us like. What's it like to sell out shea. Stadium and madison square garden and the countless arenas and granted. I mean i think we're very fortunate i mean i think very good but You it when you think back you know like a year research before beyond your wildest dreams that you'd have to something about that and we did. We were the first rock band to place shea stadium since the beatles had done in the sixty so we felt like that. Was you know. I saw a gold stom- i want you know incredible ashley. 'cause that's synchronous. We were number one for four months. Right yeah the top single for eight weeks. Right kept michael jackson out. Yeah you know we were old. Try on that point. Well according to my screams seventeen weeks. Seventeen weeks you andy. You're pretty fucking good at this thing. So just let me the only reason why i ask all these questions because i find it because we are a group here that we do this radio. This little rinky-dink horse only radio show that we do here. And i find it incredibly funny that you guys at one point the band itself. The police could not even be in the same room to record like yeah stretch. I mean i think by album fife getting thin. You know i mean there's some funny moments in that we realized like you know it's we had so many people working for us. You know the stakes were so high that no one could leave. You know we're gonna fall into a so wasn't relaxed away. it was like. Can you imagine like the rental company looking this offense waiting. The pressure that was on every track gold in million selling single It was pretty intense And a lot of in a way was on staying in the so singer and the principal song. Make sure you know that he's cutting it was it was. It was tough a way but you know we got us right. I mean you did a pretty good god damn job. Megan how many hits endless jam the stress got to you. But god dammit you have pulled it off your pulled it off. Yeah i mean there's so many songs we were just playing canarian coal mine because you and we were just playing coming in and mike. Did you forget you forget how many songs there are. That's how many you guys forget..

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"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

07:16 min | 2 months ago

"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"That for me yet. I could have got hershey's chocolate cheese coming every night. Coming down the pike but his water is what you give me. There's like a lightning in the literally. There was an object. Is billy flavourless. Does nothing but get your soggy water. Billy is what. I got hooked on couple noodles one incoming new now you know. I was have a couple of noodles for lunch like every day. But i did for about a month. I think it was and now. I can't look a couple of noodles. That's something i a lot of times. I'll make food. You have a cup of noodles. Did they picked up the noodles salty. What they they put water but like i'll make big giant meal and like the next day leftovers. I won't eat it then. I can't eat at the very next day. Skip a day. You know it. Just i can't it just doesn't work for me later. We can have ice cubes. You can seven eight five. Seven seven thousand two hundred eighty nine. We have the randy summers. We have to stop this thrilling conversation about billy and we need a spoon. I'm no no no no not snowy. It's not lemming. both. I do break. Stop this tom fuller. Call the police. We are back. With andy summers from the police and author of the book fretted and moaning when we come back here on the ham radio. Show be right back into these filled since about snow fucker. I guess had eight inches on my honeymoon. Radio network ham radio show. Publications has probably been serving dope club industry for over twenty years with news and resources for the strip clubs and exotic dancers visit dot com to find out more about their yearly eighty expo convention in wards magazine subscription and advertising offers. The following message has not been approved. By any snowflake social justice warriors authorities of language belief for any other special interest group. 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Radio show seven one eight five seven seven thirteen eighty nine just waiting on andy summers from the police to polling. So you can listen to this a little bit if you wish billy. What is this. This repay canarian a call my butthole. That's what it is. He canetti also fucking night ariza. This should be him. Let's see let's go to the phones. We go gets the ham radio show. who's this. Who is this girl. This is my girlfriend. I actually hi. Everybody i had. I had to kind glued phone lines. Were andy summers to call again. This is this is. this is what i work with. Is the ham radio. Show like i said The good my grandpa's bought home now. That wasn't i. Don't even know if that was my girlfriend. I don't even know if there was a ton of people listening to the show. Correct was but it's hopefully positive. Maybe was maybe maybe it any summers listening and he put on a voice. I don't know but either way. Check it out check man. He's take near either either way. We're waiting on that. I have you have if i need to. I guess to find her fucking phone number now. The the lady all right the person that do that so what we could do is i can put on this. I have this ready to go. Okay let's put this on the phone put shit on hold on a minute. Took the ham radio show. who's this.

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"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

08:17 min | 2 months ago

"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"You know what you could have french fries. Every day. franchise every day you french franchise every day. It's still counts as a food in you know. What would you eat every day. i'm going with taco bell. well i love taco bell. I always eat talk about. I never get sick of taco bell. I don't sit there. I'm gonna i'm having taco day every day. If i had the ability to have it every day. I would eat it every day. Emma in the facebook live says bacon. They can is a good one. That's important for 'em die soon but input with everything. You never saw grumpy old man here in a bacon sandwich. Bacon sandwich for lunch and a big loves breaking. It's good y you could make you mix that into everything over the place we goes away. You get that involved in. They hung up all your cooking ideas coolmax. Everyone ain't five seven seven thirty nine the phone call. We lost you. We had you believe lost demio said davies a pokey. Bo- bookish poggi. I like sushi in a bowl. You get the salmon debbie debbie. Debbie likes to go down on some means sushi. Yeah wilson individuals tweet saying tackles. Billy we turn to you actually. I couldn't eat one name thing all the time that you love. Billy something that i i did. I know that you had the building was going to be the most difficult. You have breakfast cereal right. You've got every day. Okay but even not. I gotta change. I can't have like just one particular brand won't particular type of seriously. I gotta change it up yet. What's up dan. That's the issue. No jaggi wilson by the way. But yeah like you. You can't just have like foggia. Take fruit loops every day. You what's your favorite fucking series likely. Would all the sugar content. That would shit green for a week. I listen listen diabetes. Boy what would you let me let me formulate this. So you actually. I made during yom because you literally have taken three years. Answer this question if you can have one food now wait. You just said cereal. Let starwood would say the most important meal of so. Let's get to know. Billy versa billy. What's your favorite breakfast. Cereal with the toasted almond notes. Domino's that's not the fucking name of high paying me. I'm not gonna give their so. You need that breakfast cereal every day. No couldn't do so you need variety variety is the spice of life to have different thing. So you look forward to something. I ate what he's saying he could do it but he wouldn't enjoy it right. It would just get any so about a food that you can eat right. And i don't think there is something. I could eat every single day and enjoy negoti girlfriend sex life. Jackie says with baked. Mac and cheese is one answer and then with bacon on top of it. That's great too so we have a lot of answers coming in Billy billy does that. Never has a fucking joe about you. I i actually have the experience of kids who my mother always made pasta every day. Everything every day to was so form of pasta. And i knew the second issue is always like pasta. I because it was like a meal thrasher and we were poor so like you make you a poor. Yeah so you like pasta. And a meet sure fisher or something. Okay so andrew. I think so. Yeah because i still. I i have two three times now. See how it wasn't that difficult right but i. I can't have pasta every shape. But i know same same thing. Tone shift comes in many varieties two. I'm the only one in the world. Yes yeah rony. Every tuesday was print spaghetti. Day right your window amend. My girlfriend says chocolate. She need chocolate every day. So i would like to point out that she's doing this from another place. Billy you're in the studio with us and camp pick of food. You have nine. He doesn't matter it stole food. You've got you gotta make it could live on chocolate. You could and then you would have to get new kidneys. And new dialysis machines new pancreases from all the insulin pump. How however you could do it. It's possible i know people that have lived on pure cocaine. Joseph out dan in the facebook live switches pizza. He can eat pizza every day. it again. i turned to the strangest person on the planet fucking earth. And that is billy. He is the fred norris of this program question people up to i think on this show that we're making up like you want to be like howard stern book so far. Do you have like. Billy acts a lot like fred from the howard. Sergio how would you say friends for mars. And billy's like oh no never give you a straight into to billy billy when people throwing the like pizza and chocolate. Pm thank you all these inches throwing out to you my friend. Yeah and you can't just for the life of you pick one. I could not something every day. I gotta change it. Oh you are the water okay. that's without it. You would die. Speaking of which i have water every day so if anything that's something i would have everyday consistently but like i would get sick. Tacos i get sick and tacos. That's blasphemy. i'd get sick of me. What would you have your last meal like water. You're going to share. I'm gonna kill giggles you clinton from you go into the chair out and this is it and this is you're on death row. Please don't say. Greta cereal healthy andy summers on this show. People chat room is ten. That's good for them. But that's options i. I will not eat. Something wants to know by billy. How can you get sick. Tacos fucking blasphemer. I'm having taco bell tonight. I'm i wanna. I wanna leave now and get it not going anywhere but in any event if a the last meal i would just go. Probably like my mother's lasagna. But it would have to be made by her so hey she's still alive she's gonna put a giant file. Did that you know. Look we will. I will literally ask. Andy summers any of the day. Remind me because at least get an android him. Billy i got water. I'm and you're watching. The ham kam right now. Billy's says he can't he would he would eat. I eat turn soon lifelock. That's what i would consume do like if we refrigerate it long enough and freeze it. I can eat it so you have you know. Isis your fucking. I expect literally. You're like driftwood water. This is your nothing like.

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"summers" Discussed on Seattle Now

Seattle Now

03:04 min | 2 months ago

"summers" Discussed on Seattle Now

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"summers" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"summers" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"So much animosity. I agree with you. I think that that history needs to be taught it needs to be taught not only in law enforcement throughout our communities history as a as subject has kind of faded away. Yeah absolutely where can we pick up the book You can get it on amazon or on my website Most of the time. It's it's on amazon and it's just under tarnishing of the badge and it's available for. I believe the dollar ninety nine. It's a. I'm not trying to make a lot of money on it. I'm just trying to get the concept of transparency and accountability out. Now you doing other things to write your public speaking public speaking Yes and i was doing a ceo of a company called. Let's make it matter where i was doing a lot of pro bono work And i backed off of that But i did a lot of pro bono work in in cases where i felt. Somebody was involved in prosecutorial misconduct or police misconduct. Okay very nice. Very nice Yeah theresa such. You can't wait to read it. Yeah it's a good read. It's definitely a good read. I i highly recommend it. Highly recommend So thank you so much for coming on. I really really had a great time talking with demand like to have you on again. Oh one more question. We didn't get to this There's a lot of Police chiefs did we talk about no. We didn't talk about this. Police chiefs retiring quitting Because of the. I guess assuming the pressure of defunding the police. I know that's not going to happen. But but Disbanding the police. That's not going to happen. Maybe some funding but What are your thoughts about the all these different police chiefs who are just saying. Forget it. i'm not gonna deal with this that i it's unfortunate because it it has its pros and cons. The pros are it gets rid of some of the old way and thinking of law enforcement and allows the opportunity for new thought processes to come up through the ranks The other side. There's an awful lot of experience loss when that happens. And and let's face it. Most most officers don't go to a chief's position until their within three. To five years of retirement the average national span of of municipal police chief last on my lucked was nineteen months. Yeah yeah it's not long. it's not long. I think somebody can make us three years. I think they're doing good right. That's really really good. You know So come on just reminds. come on you're gonna get. It's not that long. I'm actually looking into a second edition. I wanted to expand and talk about a little bit more corrections and little couple of humour things. I'm probably going to do a second time this year or something like that. Where do we find your book. Mining l. l. u. l. dot com lulu dot com awesome I'm still trying to get it onto a book. Got to do some formatting issues there..

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"summers" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"summers" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Robot with the explosive device in and detonated it. I was amazed at the chief came out and told the community what they did and why they did it. anywhere else. I think if if if you'd heard that police department strapped an explosive device drove it in a row a robot it with enclosing discipline and detonated it and killed the suspect. There would be outrage over that yet when the chiefs sat down said this is what we did. He was in a secure position. No off could get to him without risking the chance of being shot and this is what we came up with. There was no outrage about it. I was amazed that there was no outrage in in the dallas community Over something like that. And they saw it as valid as a as a valid approach Where if today. If you find out that boise police explodes a device in killing a suspect. You're going to have all kinds outrage and it it all depends on the relationship Chief has with the community and that chief happened to have a very good open relationship. There's another chief that i saw Afro-american gentlemen and it was in someplace in the south and when he got the position he said as far as i'm concerned the community is like a Bank in the police department is like a customer if we do not make consistent deposits in banks on a daily basis when a major incident comes up and we can't give you and we ask you to trust us You'll be more likely to do so. Then if we don't make those kind of emotional deposits in the bank so when we need to make a withdrawal it becomes less painful than when when that kind of relationship is built in the community by its police department. Yeah that was a that was a monster. That we always had is making those deposits. I don't know who the first person who started saying that but it certainly is something that caught on a with us and that was something we always tried to do with our police activity league Cook community meetings and things like that just trying to make sure that we had Just make sure that we had Some transparency and made those deposits. We talked a little bit about to this day in this town we're living in it's a rough time For for to be in law enforcement. We're having problems recruiting not just african americans recruiting across the board What's what's your thoughts about that. And how do we get more people to sign up to become part of that is is the. We've got to change our image in applete fire departments. I used to say you know a fire department will come into your neighborhood. Cut a hole in your roof until your house full of water and walk away and you'll be thinking thanking them shaking their hands. I can walk in..

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"summers" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

04:32 min | 4 months ago

"summers" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Much more critical and devastating to you in your mind and you find officers choosing to commit suicide where Somebody else who just lost their job probably would not are may not as as often as police officers do. That's that's an excellent excellent point. Thank you for bringing that up. Until i was taking notes while you're right now and i do know kevin go martin. He actually did a Came almost right before. I left He came and did a a talk about suicide at our police department. Our police department Another city and different cities went there. and then he actually gave a very very good talk..

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"summers" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"summers" Discussed on Triangulation

"We've been speaking with dr mike summers he's the author of xl planets diamond world's super it's pulsar planets and the new search for life beyond our solar system up mike coupler keppler fascinating tool it was launched in two thousand nine to um i i'd say so some some great fanfare in the scientific community it was about the size of a small car about a thousand kilogrammes had had a four hundred in seventy eight kilo payload but with that payload they made something amazing tell me more about keppler this this is a as spacecraft that up at is really broken the rules about what we thought was possible for our of the observing of the universe yeah so keppler is a telescope that it is made up of a of a set of c d cameras that just monitor the light from a stars in particular area the sky if you um nor the constellation cigna says in the in the sky just go and find sickness and then look just to the east of that constellation and you'll see a little patch of the sky which is just outside of the plane of the galaxy where kepler is is monitoring stars has been over the past few years um and so in that area that it that it monitors the stars there are over one hundred thousand stars at it can detect and it can measure the light so you're you're really monitoring a hundred thousand star system planetary systems but the the only planet so we can see there are the ones that uh as we talked about uh orbit in a plane.

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