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John Amanchukwu Has a Powerful and Cleverly-Titled New Book: 'Eraced'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 20 hrs ago

John Amanchukwu Has a Powerful and Cleverly-Titled New Book: 'Eraced'

"I'm talking to my new friend, John Manchukuo, and the book is erased. Very clever title to spell it that way. So, John, what you're basically saying is that the forces of atheist Marxism that have infiltrated the Democratic Party, the forces of critical race theory, ultimately are themselves racist and ultimately are seeking to erase black Americans, principally through abortion and they have been successful largely in this over the decades and it's time for people to wake up. That's perfect. That's correct. That's exactly what I'm saying. And through this erased book, I deal with several chapters displaying the heinous crimes and the evil venom of Planned Parenthood and Margaret Sanger and evil woman who said that she wanted to exterminate the black population. And Planned Parenthood recently removed her name from her prestigious clinic in New York during the summer of 2020, but at the end of the day, they're still propagating her mission. She was clear. She wanted to eliminate every black person off the face of the planet because she felt that blacks were not willing to live and or exist. She wanted to eliminate and kill everyone who was deformed and even Jews. She was an evil woman, but today many black support a political party that seeks to propagate the ideologies of Margaret Sanger. Margaret Sanger also said that she wanted to use the black preacher to deal with rebellious negroes if they refused to support the abortion industry.

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California agencies float Colorado River savings in drought

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

California agencies float Colorado River savings in drought

"There's a new proposal to save water from the Colorado River California water agencies that rely on the parched Colorado River say they are willing to cut their use by about one tenth The proposal to cut 400,000 acre feet annually marks the first time California water agencies are publicly and formally indicating what they're willing to give up since federal officials demanded major cuts the summer the agency's supply water to farmers and millions of people in Southern California drought exacerbated by climate change is diminishing the river which provides about one third of Southern California's urban water and is the only source of water for farms in the imperial valley California shares the river water with 6 other states tribes and Mexico California however has rights to the single largest share and is the last to lose water in times of shortage I'm Lisa dwyer

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Newt Gingrich Shares His Diagnosis for the Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 1 d ago

Newt Gingrich Shares His Diagnosis for the Midterms

"Very special guest right now who really understands what's going on in America. Mister speaker, Newt Gingrich is with us, mister speaker, welcome back to the program. It's great to be with you. It's always fun because you do such a great show. Well, thank you. I appreciate that. And love your commentary, especially recently. So mister speaker, it seems as if in the last couple of weeks things have really turned positive for Republicans going into the midterms. We're 34 days out. It seemed like the Democrats spending spree over the summer and they're kind of synthetic raising of their candidates. It's collapsing all around them. What's your diagnosis heading in November where we stand right now? Well, we're about where I thought we would be back in the spring. When you have this level of a cost of living crisis, you have the price of food going up 13 and a half percent in one year. You have the gasoline prices going back up. I paid $5 and 5 cents a gallon last Saturday. You have crime and all the big cities. You go to, for example, the race in Pennsylvania. Yes. Philadelphia just had its 1000th carjacking of the year, a record. And they still have three more months. People 70% of the people in Philadelphia say crime is the biggest problem they've got. Well, that really undermines the Democrats. So you look at those, then you look at immigration, the amount of fentanyl. You realize that a 100,000 Americans a year are dying of drug overdose. That's twice the deaths of the entire Vietnam War. And all these things are coming together, you know, really simple way. It ain't working. Big government socialism isn't working. Joe Biden isn't working. Chuck Schumer isn't working. Nancy Pelosi is in working. And I discovered yesterday. I was in Des Moines, Cindy axton, who is the democratic congresswoman from Des Moines. Was supposed to be voting in August. She signed a note saying that because of COVID, she couldn't come. She was actually a vacationing in Paris. When she was supposed to be voting.

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Karine Jean-Pierre: Biden Is Not Responsible for Gas Prices Going Up

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 1 d ago

Karine Jean-Pierre: Biden Is Not Responsible for Gas Prices Going Up

"Peter doocy asks a perfectly sensible question yesterday of a Korean champ here And he says listen this just seems kind of strange You know gas prices temporarily slowed down a little bit They dropped a little bit and Joe Biden was in front of the cameras taking a victory lap as if his anti gas anti oil products excuse me policies at anything to do with it It just seems insane right Now that gas prices are going up again is he responsible for that A Korean championship Psaki would have given a better lying answer Queen John pierce is not very good at this Here take a listen You said the president was responsible for gas prices coming down Is the president responsible for gas prices going up So it's a lot more nuance than that right Peter you know this There have been global challenges that we have all have dealt with when I say all meaning other countries as well have dealt with since the pandemic There's been pandemic and there's been Putin's war And Putin's war has increased gas prices at the pump We have seen that over the past several months And what the president was able to do he took some historic steps when you think about the strategic petroleum reserve and making sure that we were able to do everything that we can to bring that cost down for American families Give them a little bit more of a breathing room And we saw that We saw that every day this summer over a saving American families over a dollar per gallon And so that is what the president is going to continue to stay focused on our American consumers how do we continue to keep to keep prices down That's why we did the inflation reduction act That's why we talk about the chips act All of these things are going to help Americans here

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Trump Wants 'His' Documents Back

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:51 min | 1 d ago

Trump Wants 'His' Documents Back

"Trump is asking the Supreme Court to give his documents back which are our documents not his documents and also he belongs in prison for it because the classified and probably nuclear secrets. Okay, good. Your thoughts? Yes. No clear. Well, they gotta give them back. First of all, they were planted, so that's why we need the back. Just to replant them where they were planted to show you if they were planted, so we got to get them back. Many people have said. We just played that. Him saying they're planted again, which of course his lawyers are never going to say, because you can't lie like that in court. Okay, this from The Washington Post piece aides who worked with Trump's White House were not surprised this summer when the FBI found highly classified material in boxes at Mar-a-Lago mixed with news clippings and other items. They had seen such haphazard collections before. During his four years in office, Trump never strictly followed rules and customs for handling sensitive government documents, according to 14 officials from hence administration. Most of whom, of course. Insisted on it. Until I guess their book comes out. To discuss what they call Trump's mishandling of classified information, he transcripts of his calls with foreign leaders as well as photos and charts used in his intelligence briefing to his private residence with no explanation. He demanded the letters he exchanged with Kim Jong-un, he kept close at hand so he can show them off to visitors, documents that would ordinarily be kept under lock and key, mingle with piles of newspaper articles in Trump's living quarters and in a dining room he used as his informal office. Someone Carlos was talking was it Ben Rhodes saying, it is always that he is his entire life, thought the rules don't apply to him, right? That Ben Rhodes said, whenever you put these in a burn bag and they are burned immediately, that is how in every other administration, this kind of material was handled.

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Ukraine nuclear workers recount abuse, threats from Russian

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Ukraine nuclear workers recount abuse, threats from Russian

"Reports of intimidation of the staff and abductions educators zapper is a nuclear power plant began trickling out over the summer 6 Russian soldiers broke down the door of apartment and opened fire badly wounded he began to lose consciousness before he did He heard the commander of the group tell his men to cease fire and call an ambulance Schmitz who survived the shooting is among workers who recounted their fears of being abducted and tortured or killed by Russian forces occupying the facility and a nearby city About 4000 workers so far have fled those who stay faced threats underscored by the plants director who was seized and blindfolded by Russian forces recently on his way home from work I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Pastor John Amanchukwu Discusses His New Book 'Eraced'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 1 d ago

Pastor John Amanchukwu Discusses His New Book 'Eraced'

"Us about your new book. So during the summer of 2020, wow, city after city was being burned down after the death of George Floyd while being at one of the busiest abortion clinics in the south, east. A black father walked up to me while I was out there just trying to save babies. We're in a BLM shirt. He walked up to me and it costed me and he said, why are you out here fighting a white man's issue? And on that Saturday morning 70% of the people outside of the abortion clinic trying to save the babies were white. But nearly 80 to 85% of the mother's prepared to abort their babies on that Saturday were black. But this black father while sending his girlfriend to the doorsteps of the abortion clinic to abort their baby is going to get mad at me because I'm fighting a white man's issue. Now, if I were to ask him what the definition of critical race theory was, he would probably tell me that he didn't know. But in critical race theory, they see racism at all times and in all places, even when a 6 foot four, 260 pound black man is at an abortion clinic trying to save babies. From that, the lord gave me a plan on how to fight this woke agenda and movement. I want to make this plane. I don't want to cement words, Charlie it's time for the gloves to come off. It's time to fight. Blacks have become the cheap prostitutes of the Democratic Party. They screw us and barely pay us and we keep coming back for more. Since 19 68, no Republican president has received more than 13% of the black vote. And so for the past 50 years, we could do an assessment. What has the black community gained from these liberal progressive woke Marxist ideologies that are supposed to help us and the answer is nothing,

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Charlie Welcomes Dr. Scott Jenson, a Minnesota Gubernatorial Candidate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 2 d ago

Charlie Welcomes Dr. Scott Jenson, a Minnesota Gubernatorial Candidate

"Minnesota, great people. And I think I just don't think it gets the attention it deserves. It really, it's a beast of a state. It's a huge state. It's one of the nation's largest states and has really made a favorable phenomenal contribution, I should say, to America in more ways than one, some of America's great companies were founded by minnesotans, and it's just gone off the rails in recent years politically. Minnesota is very similar to other Midwest states where I believe it has been so just abused by corrupt politicians, Illinois is very similar, but I think that there's still a lot of opportunity and a lot of life left in Minnesota. The great state of Minnesota and joining us now is someone who's trying to turn the great state of Minnesota around, doctor Scott Jensen. You guys can check it out. Doctor Scott Jensen dot com running for governor in the great state of Minnesota, doctor Jensen, welcome to the program. Thank you, Charlie. It's good to be with you. Tell us about your campaign. You are 35 days out from election day. How are things going? Things are going well. I think that we've used the same polling company that Glenn youngkin had used. And I think we're even closer now than he was about a month away from the election. So we're very encouraged by that the last two polls have shown us about two and a half to three points down. We're within the margin of error RealClearPolitics has come out and said it's a toss up. Tim walz is involved in one of the largest COVID relief program frauds in the entire country. $250 million gone and the Tim walstein can't tell us when he learned about the fraud. They don't know if it was in the spring of 2020 this summer or November of 2020. Minnesotans are getting tired of his strategy. He seems to be following Joe Biden's playbook. He's hiding in the basement, denying the opportunity for a debate. Minnesota public radio came out yesterday and was disappointed. I think maybe perhaps those minister of public TV, but Tim walz has said, no, he won't do a debate with me on their program either. So we think that the momentum is definitely shipped that is coming our way and we're excited.

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Trish Is Calling Out the Democrats

The Trish Regan Show

01:41 min | 2 d ago

Trish Is Calling Out the Democrats

"Can't say we're going to pump $6 trillion in. Also, hey, a few more chilling and over here in a few more trillion over there. And some more stimulus relief checks and expect and expect that it's not going to have an inflationary effect. Unbelievable, highly irresponsible of all of these people, Larry summers came out with an op-ed. Maybe about a year ago in the Washington Post was highly criticized by his own party to the point where he had to go back and then write another one sort of explaining because people were so appalled. In other words, get with the program, buddy, it's all about printing more money and giving out more handouts. Handouts, which really don't work. For goodness sakes, we've got American struggling with prices at the gas pumps struggling to feed their families, and yet the answer is to send helicopter money to Vassar grads that are studying, I don't know, philosophy and all those great things. In other words, they have made so many mistakes. And they want to cover up these mistakes because all they care about is getting reelected. And this is what is so dangerous to our country right now. It needs to be more than just getting reelected. We're talking about people's futures. We're talking about countries future. We're talking about our economy, which is so fundamental to everything else that we do. And yet they're willing to be so irresponsible all in the name of hopefully getting elected again, which by the way will cost them the election. Because if we had had a growing economy in less inflation and low gas prices, guess what? They'd have a heck of a better shot going into November than they do right now.

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Investor Neil Grossman Reacts to Larry Summers' Latest Comments

The Trish Regan Show

01:57 min | 3 d ago

Investor Neil Grossman Reacts to Larry Summers' Latest Comments

"Interestingly enough, speaking of economists that tend to have political views, you've got Larry summers out there, and now I'm going to play for you some sound he's at it, Aspen, just a few days ago at the festival there. Basically saying, what the heck happened? We had it going well. And then this. Here he is. We basically had inflation under control for 40 years, despite the fact that the price of oil fluctuated despite the fact that there were all kinds of supply shocks. We lost the thread along with many other countries about a year and a half ago with massively expansionary policies. Okay, so there you go. It's what you're saying, right? They just spent too much money. They lost the friend in my view a lot longer ago than 18 months. This is interesting, explain, explain. Look, the Central Bank of the United States is not a Central Bank, or it wasn't, and it's coming back to maybe to home. But it became a central asset manager. The basic premise became making sure asset markets were supported and bailed out more than anything else. This fed and will even misses Yellen. If you went through a normal risk return analysis, you cut off half of the probability distribution that's wrong. You're always going to be right. You think. They didn't want to consider the consequences. And when you overlay reality in the probability distribution and have to acknowledge that there's a risk, you take policy action earlier to address those potential risks. You've got, you know what? I call it ostrich economics. They stuck their head in the ground. Prayed it would go away. And all it did was get worse and they kept, you know, they came up with acronym or added J after our transitory was just a bad answer. I know, but it was a big word, though. It sounded good.

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Dave Bratt Weighs in on Larry Summers' Latest Comments

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 4 d ago

Dave Bratt Weighs in on Larry Summers' Latest Comments

"Out there called Larry summers who is rather outspoken when it comes to what's happened in the last year and a half in America and we have our eminence Greece when it comes to the national economy. He is the dean of the business school at Liberty University. Dave brat from a congressman from Virginia. I'd like you to react to this rather outspoken little clip from Larry summer, play cut. We basically had inflation under control for 40 years, despite the fact that the price of oil fluctuated despite the fact that there were all kinds of supply shocks. We lost the thread along with many other countries. About a year and a half ago with massively expansionary policies, relative to the size of the GDP gap, he's not backing down, Dave, I think he's going to be deported off Martha's Vineyard as well. So give us your reaction to that little clip. Yeah, well, he is a genius intellectually, right? Larry sorry, he's ahead of Harvard and the head of the World Bank for a while. All these kind of things. He's got the pedigree. He's got the brain. He can write the top journal articles and all that. But what's noticeably striking about that clip is that it's really the first time he mentioned the fiscal overreach on the stimulus. All these guys kind of wait until the obvious, right? So now the shoe has dropped. Markets are freaking out. England had Armageddon and would have had a sovereign debt crisis yesterday. If they wouldn't have weighed in on the long term, whatever they call them over there, bonds. The bonds. And so it's good he's saying it. The left still isn't saying it. He's

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Newsom relaxes refinery rules as California gas prices soar

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 d ago

Newsom relaxes refinery rules as California gas prices soar

"California's governor relaxes refinery rules to help with the state's soaring gas prices The average cost of a gallon of gas this weekend was $6 and 30 cents in California compare that to the national average which Triple H says is about $3 and 80 cents So California governor Gavin Newsom has announced that oil refineries could start selling more polluting winter blend gasoline ahead of schedule That of course directly contradicts his own goals for reducing climate emissions switching from the summer to winter blend would likely save consumers 15 to 20 cents per gallon that's according to a spokesman for the Southern California automobile club Gas prices in Los Angeles are close to breaking a record of $6 and 46 cents a gallon set this past June I'm Shelley Adler

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Tom Bevan Dissects the Latest Polls As the Races Get Closer

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 6 d ago

Tom Bevan Dissects the Latest Polls As the Races Get Closer

"Favorite websites during election season. I must go to it 5 times a day is RealClearPolitics dot com. It's fair, it's transparent. They have all the latest polling all the latest trends and they have this great aggregation of articles on both sides where you can really kind of see where the zeitgeist is leaning. With us right now is the man behind RealClearPolitics, Tom Bevin, and Tom, please unmute yourself on the Zoom. That's what my team is telling us. And once you do that, whether they hear you, Tom, how are you doing? I'm great. Great to be with you, Charlie. I understand you recovered from COVID. I hope you're doing okay. I'm okay. Good. Back. So Tom, you and I have spent some time together hunting pheasants. That was a little while ago before the world totally fell apart. What do you see in some of the polling that you're aggregating on your great website RealClearPolitics dot com? Well, I think the probably the most interesting and relevant thing is the generic congressional ballot, right? That is how we get a sense of where the public is in terms of their feeling towards both parties. And it's the question that pollsters ask, you know, if the election were held today, would you vote for the Democrat or the Republican? And no names attached. And so, you know, we don't have any polling in a lot of these House races, right? So this will give you a sense of which way the electric is leaning. Now, Democrats had been trailing in this in the spring. They made a recovery, took a lead in the generic ballot over the summer, but just in the last round of polling. So in the last few days, the latest round of polling shows Republicans pulling back into a lead in the generic ballot by about a point. Now, why is that important? Democrats traditionally sort of underperform the generic ballot. They need to have a lead in the generic ballot. And the reason for that is because demographically all across the country, they're clustered in urban areas. They're not well dispersed as a party. And so these are all national polls. So, you know, they tend to underperform particularly in swing states swing districts. And so

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Poll: Midterm Momentum Shifts Back to GOP as Inflation Fears Grow

Mark Levin

01:33 min | Last week

Poll: Midterm Momentum Shifts Back to GOP as Inflation Fears Grow

"And over at Yahoo news a pole midterm momentum shifts back to GOP as inflation fears grow I don't read you these so you become laxed we have to be on our toes and not on our heels and we have to act act As a backlash to the end of the roe V wade came to dominate U.S. politics this summer they write Paul after Paul showed the tide turning end Democrats favor Leading many to wonder whether president this is them writing it Biden's side might avoid the sort of sweeping midterm losses that typically befall the party in power But a new Yahoo you got polls suggest the winds may be shifting again And the Democrats would be wise not to ignore new signs of Republican momentum Particularly around the all important issue of inflation So here we have Yahoo news advising the Democrats Hey Democrats we just took a poll Might be shifting a little on the other direction It's time to lie again about inflation The survey of 1566 U.S. adults Which was conducted from September 23 to 27 found little movement In its top line midterm numbers when asked which candidate they would vote for in their district at the election were held today The generic congressional ballot question register voters now give the Democrats a four point advantage 45 41 To point narrow within three weeks ago

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The Left Hasn't Won Yet

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 min | Last week

The Left Hasn't Won Yet

"Fires will be kindled to testify that two and two make four. Swords will be drawn to prove that leaves are green in summer. The time has arrived, we are ready. Thank you. Okay, that was the end great. That's it, Chesterton wrote that Justin was a prophet. That's exactly correct. Swords are drawn too into his foreman menstruate. Excuse me. Ben don't menstruate. See, swords will be drawn in order to protect the idea that leaves turn green in summer and that two and two is four. That's exactly the age in which we live. The Oregon education department said, in fact, that math is white supremacist. And insisting that there's one correct answer to a mathematical equation or problem. That's she knows what's happening. The left hasn't won yet.

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Bob Cesca on Republican Support for the Theft of National Secrets

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

Bob Cesca on Republican Support for the Theft of National Secrets

"Couldn't wait to get you on today because of course Edward Snowden thing. I was just like, oh my God. Bob says, I tried to tell you how long you just said, right? Matt Gaetz said Joe Biden should pardon Snowden, and you said Republican support the theft and exposure of national security secrets. Period. Yeah. How long ago did we say this? Snowden is a traitor. 9 years. It's been 9 years. It'll be ten years coming up this coming up summer in June, I believe it is. When the first story Glenn greenwald dropped happened. And so this is not surprising to those of us who were following the story closely with a critical eye back in 2013 when especially and I wrote a piece about this back in 2013 about how as soon as Edward Snowden was shepherded from Hong Kong where he had a birthday party, a birthday pizza party at the Russian consulate, he was taken by WikiLeaks attorneys. Hi. See, all these names are so appropriate now. Have a new patina of weirdness about them after the last 5, 6 years. Yeah. And so he separated by WikiLeaks attorneys to Moscow, where, while camping out in the Moscow airport, he hires Russian attorney Anatolia. I think that's how you pronounce his last name. And anatoly kuchar Rena is a, or was a lawyer for the FSB for the Russian FSB. And those of us who have been falling from Russia all along what the very least watching the Rachel maddow show. We all know what the FSB is. The FSB is the modern day version of the KGB. Yeah. And one of their attorneys is the attorney who represented Edward Snowden in Moscow in 2013 when he was there in the airport. So this is no surprise to any of us that he is being offered Russian citizenship by Vladimir

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Do American Mayors Want More Migrants?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | Last week

Do American Mayors Want More Migrants?

"There's a paragraph in your story. In some communities where jobs are going unfilled, people have welcomed the influx of migrants looking for work, which communities, Michael share. Well, I'll give you an example. I did a bunch of stories when the Afghan refugees came when the President Biden pulled out of Afghanistan pulled out of Kabul. I traveled to Fremont, California, which has a little community called little Afghan where lots of Afghan folks have resided for years. That's one place where everyone I talked to said, my God, we need these people because we can't hire restaurants or closing because they can't get enough workers to staff them. Fargo North Dakota is in other place where I almost went. I didn't have a chance to actually go, but talk to people in Fargo. This was last summer, so a year ago, but the look, the labor market is incredibly tight. That doesn't mean that it is the same everywhere across the country. But if you look at where the unemployment rate is and where help wanted ads are, I think it is fair to say that even in some Republican communities, even places with Republican mayors, they are desperate for workers.

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Consumers gaining confidence as gas prices slide

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Consumers gaining confidence as gas prices slide

"U.S. consumers are signaling growing confidence in the economy a day after a sell off on Wall Street put major indexes into a bear market the conference board's consumer confidence report for September suggests rising confidence for the second month in a row driven by falling gas prices and a strong labor market The index rose to 108 from one O 3.6 in August The back to back increases follow three months of declines as Americans felt the pinch of rising prices this summer but while inflation is still concerning triple-A reports the average price for a gallon of gas in the U.S. has fallen to $3 and 75 cents Lynn Franco senior director of economic indicators at the conference board says the improvement may bode well for consumer spending in the final months of 2022

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"summers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

10:13 min | 7 months ago

"summers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Just two victims in the rush shooting. While also implying that some individuals who have filed lawsuits are financially motivated and just going after people, they assume have deep pockets. And right from the beginning, from the moment this thing happened, everybody is put out, you know, besides all the anguish and the suffering and the horrible feelings, everybody has, of course, there are two victims and nobody else is a victim, so to speak. And Alex said, we have dealt with a situation where specific people are not as interested in finding out what really happened. So is fake? This guy just can't help himself. And I gotta be honest, I haven't seen elaria do much on social media lately. Maybe I'm wrong, but I haven't seen her go bananas on Instagram and say things to make her husband look great. But this guy should be smart enough to know that calling himself a victim is awful. But we also know how narcissistic he is to believe that does he really think he's the only victim that counts? He said to the group, what you have is a certain group of litigant son, whatever side, who their attitude is, well, the people who likely see negligent have enough money and the people who have money are not negligent. But we're not going to let that stop us from doing what we need to do in terms of litigation. Why should people if you you're not going to get money? That's what they're doing. It's very hard to sit here and think that he's actually thinking of Elena Hutchins husband Matt functions. In this group of people who are money hungry and trying to get money, but this, I mean, if you saw Matt Hutchins on The Today Show interview, in which he said, finally, that he was really upset and enraged by the fact that Alec Baldwin refused to take responsibility from pointing a gun and his wife and shooting her and killing her. He also pulled out Alec over his bullshit tears and said, are we really supposed to feel bad about you, mister Baldwin? Every time Alan talks, he just keeps making it worse. And by the way, every time he's up there talking, he always looks like he needs to burp, but he can't. Just keep that in mind. There was a time I felt a little bit of empathy for Alec. Remember that funnel of him holding the phone after the shooting? That was rough to see. You know, he was just spilling his guts out to his wife and I guess that's what we call and just spilling about, I can't believe this happened. But everything he and eladia have said and done since this has just shown everybody that just the most tone deaf people self centered people dare I say trashy people shopping in Vermont, getting new clothes, eating and fancy restaurants that are roped off in the fucking windows seats. Give me a goddamn break. You fucking killed somebody, bro hide for a while. And this guy, the poor husband, and the son of Helena. Their lives will never be the same. And Alec is sitting there crying and not being a victim. With all of this says that I know we've talked about this AD nauseam, but all of this sense is that Alec Baldwin, went in there as a producer, obviously didn't have any of his business order, a business shit in order. It wasn't up to snuff, there was some problems we've heard about. Maybe his incorporation paperwork was off. His insurance, maybe he didn't pay for the right kind of professionals on staff. We know that to be the fact. And instead of focusing on that, he's just living this Instagram life with Elia. Sorry, it was my back hitting the wall. Just living the Instagram life with Eli ya. Somebody else who suffered some public humiliation, I got a kick out of this. You know, we talk about cancel culture a lot, and remember Morgan Wallen, the singer, he had a public relations nightmare that could have been limited to get getting caught breaking the COVID-19 rules set by NBC and signing that live when he was going to host that show or at least be the musical addition to that show. And he got voted for the show back in 2020. He got read book several episodes later, but then just a few months after that, a video came out on the Internet. And it showed in casually using the N word on a night that he was a little bit toasted and drunk. He apologized, he said, I'll never do it again. I brought up since then and it's never going to happen. But his tour was canceled, radio stations began dropping his songs. He was banned from several awards shows like the ACM awards and the Billboard Music Awards. Well, here we are here later. And a $500,000 check from his record label and he's ready to resume his career. A few nights ago, at the country music awards, he was nominated for three wars, male artist of the year, song of the year, an album of the year. And that was right before his video went viral and he had to step away for a while. He won album of the year, he gave a shout out to everybody you could imagine. I mean, everybody that was important to him in his life, the fans and the audience were over the moon to see him turn out again and show up and win. But on Twitter, they roasted his ass. You know, Twitter like I've always said, we've always known it's just a bunch of assholes talking shit and they're just the pussy kids in the schoolyard who don't get the attention they need in the schoolroom, but they, in the playground, they become loud and obnoxious. But this guy's back completely. He's back. What is this sense of canceling someone if they come back this hard and when like this, what are we doing to people? It's just getting so out of hand. The cancellation of. Movie stars and singers and what have you and rappers. It doesn't make any sense if you're going to take them back into the fold. A year or two later, McLaren will be hosting news again soon. You can bet Chris Cuomo will be doing something in the next two years. That just don't know what this all means and what it amounts to if these people end up coming back. What's the real lesson? They have all this money. They have all these millions. Does it just mean go home, count your money, sit still for two years? And then you'll be back in the fold. If that's the case, what's the lesson we're really teaching and why are people so adamant to teach it? I mean, this guy he shouldn't be working because it is mullet. Let alone what he said with the end more than what have you, but, you know, I just don't know what they're going with this stuff. They're getting ridiculous. They've got to there's got to come a point where people go, you know what, it's just like people made a mistake. The guy made a mistake. He said what he said, we uncovered old stuff. And you know, he's apologized, and we all need to move on. Except his apology and move on. I keep saying this because I really feel like a guy like me who walks a tightrope every day and says things into a microphone that can be judged and misinterpreted and interpreted and laid its scary and you go, well, am I a day away from not working for two years? Can't we just get to a point where they get to apologize and if it's sincere, we move on with our lives and everybody moves on and it's all good. I don't know. I just couldn't believe the guy was out there again receiving awards and accolades after he was a pariah. Less than two years ago, it just doesn't make sense to me. Oh. There you go again. That was your free show, I guess we're calling it, what do we call it? What do we call it? Because we know what to do with Thursday's show. And so it's a reckless Wednesday, but let's just call it reckless when they even though it's on Thursday, but either way, you'll get three ball Friday tomorrow. We'll get back to our normally scheduled programming and there'll be a Patreon as well. And if you really need to feel like you need to know more about the

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AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"summers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

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"summers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

06:42 min | 7 months ago

"summers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"There being just two victims. It's just two victims in the rush shooting. While also implying that some individuals who have filed lawsuits are financially motivated and just going after people, they assume have deep pockets. And right from the beginning, from the moment this thing happened, everybody is put out, you know, besides all the anguish and the suffering and the horrible feelings, everybody has, of course, there are two victims and nobody else is a victim, so to speak. And Alex said, we have dealt with a situation where specific people are not as interested in finding out what really happened. So is fake? This guy just can't help himself. And I gotta be honest, I haven't seen elaria do much on social media lately. Maybe I'm wrong, but I haven't seen her go bananas on Instagram and say things to make her husband look great. But this guy should be smart enough to know that calling himself a victim is awful. But we also know how narcissistic he is to believe that does he really think he's the only victim that counts? He said to the group, what you have is a certain group of litigant son, whatever side, who their attitude is, well, the people who likely see negligent have enough money and the people who have money are not negligent. But we're not going to let that stop us from doing what we need to do in terms of litigation. Why should people if you you're not going to get money? That's what they're doing. It's very hard to sit here and think that he's actually thinking of Elena Hutchins husband Matt functions. In this group of people who are money hungry and trying to get money, but this, I mean, if you saw Matt Hutchins on The Today Show interview, in which he said, finally, that he was really upset and enraged by the fact that Alec Baldwin refused to take responsibility from pointing a gun and his wife and shooting her and killing her. He also pulled out Alec over his bullshit tears and said, are we really supposed to feel bad about you, mister Baldwin? Every time Alan talks, he just keeps making it worse. And by the way, every time he's up there talking, he always looks like he needs to burp, but he can't. Just keep that in mind. There was a time I felt a little bit of empathy for Alec. Remember that funnel of him holding the phone after the shooting? That was rough to see. You know, he was just spilling his guts out to his wife and I guess that's what we call and just spilling about, I can't believe this happened. But everything he and eladia have said and done since this has just shown everybody that just the most tone deaf people self centered people dare I say trashy people shopping in Vermont, getting new clothes, eating and fancy restaurants that are roped off in the fucking windows seats. Give me a goddamn break. You fucking killed somebody, bro hide for a while. And this guy, the poor husband, and the son of Helena. Their lives will never be the same. And Alec is sitting there crying and not being a victim. With all of this says that I know we've talked about this AD nauseam, but all of this sense is that Alec Baldwin, went in there as a producer, obviously didn't have any of his business order, a business shit in order. It wasn't up to snuff, there was some problems we've heard about. Maybe his incorporation paperwork was off. His insurance, maybe he didn't pay for the right kind of professionals on staff. We know that to be the fact. And instead of focusing on that, he's just living this Instagram life with Elia. Sorry, it was my back hitting the wall. Just living the Instagram life with Eli ya. Somebody else who suffered some public humiliation, I got a kick out of this. You know, we talk about cancel culture a lot, and remember Morgan Wallen, the singer, he had a public relations nightmare that could have been limited to get getting caught breaking the COVID-19 rules set by NBC and signing that live when he was going to host that show or at least be the musical addition to that show. And he got voted for the show back in 2020. He got read book several episodes later, but then just a few months after that, a video came out on the Internet. And it showed in casually using the N word on a night that he was a little bit toasted and drunk. He apologized, he said, I'll never do it again. I brought up since then and it's never going to happen. But his tour was canceled, radio stations began dropping his songs. He was banned from several awards shows like the ACM awards and the Billboard Music Awards. Well, here we are here later. And a $500,000 check from his record label and he's ready to resume his career. A few nights ago, at the country music awards, he was nominated for three wars, male artist of the year, song of the year, an album of the year. And that was right before his video went viral and he had to step away for a while. He won album of the year, he gave a shout out to everybody you could imagine. I mean,

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"summers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

06:25 min | 7 months ago

"summers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Two victims. It's just two victims in the rush shooting. While also implying that some individuals who have filed lawsuits are financially motivated and just going after people, they assume have deep pockets. And right from the beginning, from the moment this thing happened, everybody is put out, you know, besides all the anguish and the suffering and the horrible feelings, everybody has, of course, there are two victims and nobody else is a victim, so to speak. And Alex said, we have dealt with a situation where specific people are not as interested in finding out what really happened. So is fake? This guy just can't help himself. And I gotta be honest, I haven't seen elaria do much on social media lately. Maybe I'm wrong, but I haven't seen her go bananas on Instagram and say things to make her husband look great. But this guy should be smart enough to know that calling himself a victim is awful. But we also know how narcissistic he is to believe that does he really think he's the only victim that counts? He said to the group, what you have is a certain group of litigant son, whatever side, who their attitude is, well, the people who likely see negligent have enough money and the people who have money are not negligent. But we're not going to let that stop us from doing what we need to do in terms of litigation. Why should people if you you're not going to get money? That's what they're doing. It's very hard to sit here and think that he's actually thinking of Elena Hutchins husband Matt functions. In this group of people who are money hungry and trying to get money, but this, I mean, if you saw Matt Hutchins on The Today Show interview, in which he said, finally, that he was really upset and enraged by the fact that Alec Baldwin refused to take responsibility from pointing a gun and his wife and shooting her and killing her. He also pulled out Alec over his bullshit tears and said, are we really supposed to feel bad about you, mister Baldwin? Every time Alan talks, he just keeps making it worse. And by the way, every time he's up there talking, he always looks like he needs to burp, but he can't. Just keep that in mind. There was a time I felt a little bit of empathy for Alec. Remember that funnel of him holding the phone after the shooting? That was rough to see. You know, he was just spilling his guts out to his wife and I guess that's what we call and just spilling about, I can't believe this happened. But everything he and eladia have said and done since this has just shown everybody that just the most tone deaf people self centered people dare I say trashy people shopping in Vermont, getting new clothes, eating and fancy restaurants that are roped off in the fucking windows seats. Give me a goddamn break. You fucking killed somebody, bro hide for a while. And this guy, the poor husband, and the son of Helena. Their lives will never be the same. And Alec is sitting there crying and not being a victim. With all of this says that I know we've talked about this AD nauseam, but all of this sense is that Alec Baldwin, went in there as a producer, obviously didn't have any of his business order, a business shit in order. It wasn't up to snuff, there was some problems we've heard about. Maybe his incorporation paperwork was off. His insurance, maybe he didn't pay for the right kind of professionals on staff. We know that to be the fact. And instead of focusing on that, he's just living this Instagram life with Elia. Sorry, it was my back hitting the wall. Just living the Instagram life with Eli ya. Somebody else who suffered some public humiliation, I got a kick out of this. You know, we talk about cancel culture a lot, and remember Morgan Wallen, the singer, he had a public relations nightmare that could have been limited to get getting caught breaking the COVID-19 rules set by NBC and signing that live when he was going to host that show or at least be the musical addition to that show. And he got voted for the show back in 2020. He got read book several episodes later, but then just a few months after that, a video came out on the Internet. And it showed in casually using the N word on a night that he was a little bit toasted and drunk. He apologized, he said, I'll never do it again. I brought up since then and it's never going to happen. But his tour was canceled, radio stations began dropping his songs. He was banned from several awards shows like the ACM awards and the Billboard Music Awards. Well, here we are here later. And a $500,000 check from his record label and he's ready to resume his career. A few nights ago, at the country music awards, he was nominated for three wars, male artist of the year, song of the year, an album of the year.

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"summers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

08:21 min | 7 months ago

"summers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"She said transitioning is the hardest thing I've ever done, but so worth it. She's had a breast augmented. She hasn't undergone the penile inversion vaginoplasty, which I can't even I just sometimes I think where the fuck are we? What are we just changing people into other people? But whatever floats your boat, you get your manhood surgically inverted in a vulva and a neo vagina is created in sand. I mean, the doctors should do this a wizard's because you know you could Torres basically becomes your penis. So believable. But you know, I'm reading this story and she's like, I do have breasts and I do still have male genitalia. And I'm reading the story. And it's like, can we just stop this? Can we just can we go back to speaking regularly again? I can't take what we're doing. I can't the way these stories have to be read. It's so unnatural as a writer to type vague them when you mean her him. And you know, not to bring up Demi Lovato again, which I do a lot, but there was an audible about her and, you know, it's always they here's what they think is what they went and I just, it doesn't feel natural. And apparently Demi Lovato bought Egyptian artifacts and they turned out to be phony, but if you read the article, it's so confusing. This week, Demi Lovato decided to take to their Instagram stories right away on pistol. Decided to take to their Instagram stories to show off all of the Egyptian artifacts they bought. I automatically think it's harder Friends, her and her family. I know, I'm still not on board. And you know those artifacts are extremely authentic since Demi show off their certificates of authenticity. Only their certificates look like they were made in a kindergarten classroom. They look awful. She bought fake shit. You know, she just bought fake things and she's acting like she has these authentic artifacts. And somebody named Aaron Thompson who's an art crime professor in New York City at city university, she saw their artifacts and she won an Instagram and looked at all of it and she went on to meet Demi's Twitter and she said, these are extremely bad faith Egyptian and ancient near eastern antiquities and she pointed out that if they were really real, that would mean that Demi bought illegal antiquities that were likely stolen and alluded from Egypt and Iraq and Syria and other countries, and she gave her some shit. She's like, these are not so much cuneiform tablets. I don't even know what that means, but it must be something fancy. As much as they are pre nod, dog biscuits. And she said, you better hope they're fakes. With genuine tablets like this have frequently been looted from Iraq. Including to support insurgent groups like ISIS. But it just, you know, it's not only the oracle that bugged me guys like I've been looking at a lot of people's pictures lately. It's not only the Kardashians and the Megan foxes. It's basically everybody. The amount of filtering going on. The amount of things people do to make themselves look a certain way is so alarmingly bad. That I don't have much I just don't I just don't have much hope for the future of this country. The picture of Demi Lovato when this article way too slender, we see now portly she got. And I'm not going to make a wage job. She gained some weight. It's okay, we all do. I didn't know Phil this could be this crazy, and this aggressive. It's very sad that people resort to this. These photo manipulations and, you know, before they post these pictures do they really look at them and go, oh yeah, this is completely what I look like. No, you don't look like this at all, honey. It's all theater. So many things right now in this life are just pure theater. You know, the mass mandate is theater. This is theater. The high gas prices are theater, what's going on in Ukraine is theater, albeit very horrifying and sad, you know, the way that people still think we've got aware mask here and there. It's just, you know, thank God here at the casino. There's no one's even thinking about it. Man, sometimes you see an old person, where when you go, okay, maybe the guys got some other shit going on. You don't want to have any comorbidity problems. That's fine. But no more of that mask nonsense, what a pleasure. You speak about bullshit artist, you gotta bring up Alec Baldwin again. This guy's gap, yap, yapping again. I don't know who the hell is on his side. In a legal sense, but he can not still talk this way. Nothing's going to stop this guy from speaking. His truth, he demands to speak it. His legal team can't stop him, I guess. His wife ain't stopping him. You put this guy in your microphone, he'll start talking to you about the whole shooting incident. And now there was an article in The Hollywood Reporter that Alex truth is that the people who were filing lawsuits pertaining to the onset shooting of the cinematographer Helena Hutchins and the wounding of the director Joel Souza are targeting innocent non negligent deep pocketed litigants like himself instead of the people who likely seen negligent but have no money. Basically he's saying you're not suing the people you know you're not going to get money out of. It's a real shitty way to act. Now I know it may seem inappropriate to keep talking shit about the people who are affected by this guy and the wife and the mother and the father and the husband I mean it's so sad. But he made these comments while he was moderating. Why is he even moderating events right now? Why is he making a movie right now? He was moderating events at the boulder International Film Festival. And he just went off after the moderator, opened the floor to Alec Baldwin, he launched into a lengthy and whatever you want to call it statement about

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"summers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

06:52 min | 7 months ago

"summers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Was a gust of wind on the way to Vegas that blew me about 13 feet. I didn't know what to do. I got tootsie in the car. I got three hours to go and I'm like, all right, I'm gonna stay in the right way and the rest of the goddamn way with these big trucks coming by. I'm gonna white knuckle it and I'm gonna get to the prim casino and resort, which is where me and Andrea are at and just chilling out and relaxing because we haven't been together for a couple of weeks and that's where we're at. And by the way, before I get into the show, this morning at 6 a.m. I don't know. I'm sorry, yesterday. When we got here, all of a sudden a piercing fire long goes off. Not only in our room in the whole hallway, everybody's running out of that room putting their fingers in their ears going, what is this? I don't know. We go to the front desk. She says, I'm going to pull the fire alarm. Don't worry, security's on it. It lasted an hour. I'm an hour, and it was just so piercing, that was the first thing. 6 a.m. this morning. A guy next to us in an adjoining room is listening to TV. It's so damn loud that tootsie starts to bark because she thinks people are talking 12 feet away. I never go to the front desk to complain, but I had to want to go, look, I'm not one of these people, but the guy in 22 O 5. I can't take it. The TV is so loud. I hear everything. Okay, I'll tell him, sir. Then ten minutes later, I'm gonna knock on the door. Big black security guard. Hey, sir, are we getting complaints about your dog barking? I said, no, you're not. The guy next door complained about it because I complained about his fucking TV. I said, it's not the role. My dog doesn't bark. But when you knock on the door, she's gonna bark. And let me back up a little bit further. Here's how nice it was to come here. There's a girl now I've seen twice behind the front desk here. And this is a breath of fresh air. In the world we live in right now of people being woke and having to say the right things, this girl, I'm pretty sure she's a lesbian. I'm pretty sure. Very pretty, but I can tell. She says, I can help you here, sweetheart. And I thought, oh, that's so nice. I don't mind being called sweet. But I like, I like seeing sweetheart and doll and baby. I know Mike and I was so embarrassed one night when I did that. Restaurant meeting is Friends wife and I said, I'm sorry, Mike, I just say that. Brothers, let me get you set up, sweetheart, and I said, this is so great. So great that you say sweetheart. I said, I've always loved saying this. He goes, oh, I don't mind. I think it's wonderful. I said, good. It is wonderful. It's nice to treat people a nice way. I said, you know, many years ago, you know how to understand this story, but I said, many years ago, I said that to her, not you. I said, there was a woman who was the communications director for New York City's mayor, really juliani. And she was having sex with my co writer Michael Lewis. And she would show up sometimes at the end of our day to meet Michael to go to dinner and one day she came in and I said, hey baby, and she said, baby, I said, come on, Christine. I call a lot of girls, baby. She said, girl, I said, tell me a fucking favor. You have a sex with a fucking mayor. You haven't sex with a New York Daily News gossip columnist. You can stop acting like a holy and then down. And then did that, but I like being called sweetheart. So last night I walked by the front desk with my girlfriend. I yelled at me, sweetheart. I said, the only other girl that can call me sweetheart with her. She liked it very sweet. Upgraded me like that's the way the world should be. You know what I mean? It's a nice way to be. I don't like where we're going and Sony in so many ways. Look, everybody wants to be the first to first, do you watch naked and afraid? I have a delight that show, naked and afraid, apparently a girl in Florida. Wow, shit, should I even say girl? I don't even know. Somebody from Florida made TV, history. They talk about this like it's so important. She made history after becoming the first ever transgender woman to compete on the show naked and afraid and she said, people like me don't get chosen for things like this. She was born a male and birth began transitioning four years ago because she always felt female growing up. I'm not being a dick when I say my heart goes out to these people with really does. I don't think I mean, it might be a small segment of them who are lying who want attention, but I think the majority of them are telling the truth and it's got to be tough as nails, you know? But she was on last Sunday's episode in Zambia, Africa. I give these people so much credit. I couldn't lay down in a bed with a roach, let alone go to a different country to lions and tigers and bears. It's unbelievable what they do. You've seen the shell two strangers, man, the woman dropped off in the wilderness, no food, no water no clothes. You guys kind of make it work. And they got to make shelter. They got to start a fire. They got to look for food. And they got to survive for 21 days while their naked. So this person, her name is terror, terror, she's blowing through their whole life, served in the U.S. Air Force for 12 years. She asked that the duration she didn't find much food, she even lacerated her nipple, which sounds awful and she was absolutely prepared for the challenge and I give her a lot of credit. All she had was a knife and she did it. And

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"summers" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:57 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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"summers" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

04:56 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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

08:05 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year ago

"summers" Discussed on Seattle Now

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"summers" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

04:52 min | 1 year 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

04:32 min | 1 year 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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