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Students Fight Mask Mandates in Illinois
"So there are still some states that have mask mandates right now not every state. But Illinois is one of them. And in the suburbs of Chicago, see I got my good Chicago accent too. Still, kids are starting to fight back and it is really amazing. Now, since many of their parents feel as if they need to wear cloth masks all day long, the students are fighting back themselves. And honestly, God bless them. We are 100% behind these students. Let me say it again. We are a 100% behind these students. Why the parents have put up with this nonsense for as long as they have? I know there's a lot of parents that haven't, but the students don't care. Now, a judge in Illinois has struck down the mask mandates. High school students in a Chicago suburb, I know exactly where this is. Right near saint vital and other places, they're just walking out. Walking out of school, they are done. Saint viter high school as well. Saint viter and Arlington Heights Illinois about 6 minutes from where I grew up. I know a lot of kids have went to saint viter. Their parents are paying a ton of money intuition to go to saint viter. Saint virus is a great school and saint viter is actually, here's a little fun fact for you, Ted nugent went to saint viter. There you go. So they got that Ted nugent energy there. We're getting some tape of it, but it's starting to happen all across the country, and if you have stories of students starting to rise up against mask mandates, you guys can email us anytime freedom at Charlie Kirk dot
Defiant Ted Nugent Admits He Tested Positive for COVID-19
Ted Nugent Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Calling Pandemic a ‘Hoax'
"Has denied covert 19 was a thing, and now he has it. He's called it not a real pandemic stuffed up head body aches. My God continues to call it the China virus. I literally could hardly crawl out of bed and has pushed anti vaccine conspiracy theories I have had Flu symptoms for the last 10 days, But singer Ted Nugent changed his tune on Facebook live when he announced all those symptoms thought I was dying. And then this was officially tested positive for coded 19. Today, the 72 year old says he will still not get a covert 19 vaccine haven't taken the vaccine. Nobody knows what's in it. Matt Piper CBS News It's 1
"ted nugent" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Tell me you didn't grab it. Oh, my God. I think I left it back in the office. I think I left it back in the office. Okay, so CNN, they ran the story and you know how we were just talking about this the other day. How Over the years how CNN really became much more like all editorial. Yes, now, analysis and opinion rather than hard news, Right? Right, right, right. And they had a story about Trump. Um and man. Okay, Wait, wait. Is this it? I'm trying to pull it up on my phone now. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Found it. I found it. Listen to this. This is written by a Kevin Liptak, A Caitlin Collins and the Jeff Zeleny took him took three people to write this, okay? And nowhere Does it say opinion? Nothing like that, And the headline is bitter. Trump skips chance to say a splashy, high profile farewell. Is it really proper to put his state of mind when you don't really know for sure what he's feeling? It is not fair to do that. Exactly. Please, if you're going to do it, at least put a qualifier apparent, apparently bitters, right? Appearing better Whatever. And of course, what you know, the way they get away with it is they say that some of this was according to a source that Trump has spoken with in recent days, told CNN But it talked about how with a day remaining in his term, Trump is still consumed with grievance over Republicans. He believes abandoned him and insistent to people around him that he actually won the election. He lost. The president has been in a foul mood for several days and has lost interest in the performance of parts of the presidency. He once relished, and then that's where it says a source he's spoken with in recent days told CNN. And then it talks about somewhere here. It talks about how? Yeah, Yeah. Here. While he's eagerly anticipating his military style, send off from joint base, Andrews on inauguration morning and again while he's eagerly anticipating as if you guys have a stethoscope to Trump's brain, and you know everything he's thinking. Um, one of the few items that have cheered him up recently, there were already signs the crowd may be smaller than he had hoped. And a slate of actual celebrities lined up for Biden's inauguration has disappointed a president who tried and often failed to secure a list support. For his own presidency. Oh, stop it! Stop it! That's it just seems so, child. It does seem kind of vindictive, right? Right? Come on. He still has Scott. They owe Shadrach. He's got kid Rock. Uh, Ted Nugent. He's got Ted Nugent for sure he's got Curt Schilling. We think he's got Tom Brady. But Tom Brady doesn't really like to talk about it. But, you know, I don't know. He's got a lot of people just silliness. Anyway, Our phone number is 1 802 83101.5. Now we're gonna be on the air tomorrow. I don't think anything's going to happen. I can't see how it can when you've got 25,000 National Guardsmen unless something was happening from the inside. Holy and war, Sadan, that would be bad. But, you know, whatever goes on tomorrow. Obviously building I will be here on the air to take your calls. Reactions to anything but hopefully nothing. Um, But speaking of Bill you you was late today. Notice. Well, kind of notice. You're a little late count in half an hour, So I was running late today. And it's because I was locked out of my car. My car has a key fob, which, as far as I know, is the only way to get in and on Sunday, my dashboard said Key Fob battery Low replaced soon, Okay, we'll have to do that. I was just Sunday. Today's Tuesday. It died. Don't have to get my car and I couldn't get in my car. If only it had warned you. It was Sunday. But like it did, But I thought I had more than two days. That would give me more of a warning than that. Oh, yeah. Based on what? Based on the rule of warning, did it say in the manual that that you have a week? I couldn't get to the manuals locked in the car could've gotten to it on Sunday, though. S Oh, yeah, I was kind of in a quandary. And then I remembered He's got those light up numbers on the door jamb. And I saved the card that has the code right? So it was all smug. I figured out how to get in. And it worked. I got in my car, but I couldn't start it. Yeah, He's gonna push button start and I couldn't find anywhere that is Countess Little Secret of key inside the fob. Um But but there's nowhere to put it, I think is for unlocking the doors. I don't know. Exact No. There's no ignition key. Not that I could find. I'm sure somebody listening right now is gonna tell me what an idiot I am that you could have done it. But all that was a push, but it didn't have a choice to put in the key anywhere. So Was gonna stuck. I don't know what to do. I don't like those those cars that have push button start on, Lee that you don't even have the option to start with the key. As far as I know, I don't release that right right. At least as far as I know, of course, that like I never had one. But you know, I know of them, and it's supposed to only start with the key fob and I don't like that. Now. How did you What did you do you You have somebody in your family drive you to my wife has a has the other fob And she's at work. So I'm stuck there and had my son Sam, take me down to dollar General. Or we got the two batteries that go in the key fob and he put those in and I was able to. I was able to get in the car and and started up in everything I got you. I felt really stupid. You know what? Whatever happened the days where all you needed was a coat hanger, you know? Oh, yeah, Even that is no good anymore. No, they don't know. They literally don't make locks designed the way they used to where they have, like the little thing that would flans out. You could actually grab onto and pull up. They don't even make him like that. I know they don't everything's electronic and trying to go down. You just kind of standing there with the briefcase in your hand going through it. And honestly, the little posts that pop up and down in the doors when you you know, open or were lock your car off of Yeah, I was gonna say some cars have those and I think that's really only for show. I think it's only like a visual to let you know I opened it or I locked because what can you really do with him? Like I noticed my car? It's got that, But when it goes down, it recedes all the way in. There's no cap on it. Exactly. So you couldn't even manually get at that toe. Lift the backup anywhere. I think that's just totally a visual. Just make you feel more assured that Yep, it's open. Yep. It's closed. Yeah. We would like to know it. 1 802 831 of 1.5. Have you ever been locked out of the car?.
"ted nugent" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"With sexy segment that we heard some Ted Nugent. I got a great Ted Nugent Christmas song coming up. Going into the next break. You're gonna love it, guys. That's a good tease. It's the still spit show still spits meeting Joe Still, and Aaron Spitzer from the coal oil investment group in the sexy segment. We talk about wealth, management and preservation. Yep. S. Oh, What I'm gonna talk about today is is what we call the mega Act or Roth conversion. I think John White was on last week or so. We talked a little bit about Rafael Reyes. Backdoor draft conversions on one of the areas I wanted to touch on here was this mega backdoor Roth conversion which takes place in your 401 K. So just as a recap of Roth Ira again, you put your money in their after tax. It grows tax free, and then you take it out. You have to pay income tax on it, So it's a It's a great tool to use. How do you get money and Roth? You could do a contribution. Depending upon your age six or $7000 a year, And that's also gonna be subject to income limits. So if you're if you're filing jointly it once you get near that $200,000 mark, you may not be able to contribute to a Roth anymore. Can you set up a rough to be a monthly Deposit like my 401 K is that here were absolutely, um it just got to be, you know, mindful of those kind of have to, though you could just contribute once every three or four months if you want. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, The timing is, you know, depending upon what fits your cash flow, really your needs there or you're really excess cash. But another way to get money into a Roth is if you do a conversion with the conversion, let's say you had a traditional IRA. On. You Want to convert $20,000 to a Roth. You pay tax on that money. Now it goes into the Roth and, um, basically again, the girls tax free. It comes out tax free. Uh, The the downfall of that, if you if you have high income is that could push you into the next tax bracket. Also, that full conversion amount is going to be taxable to you. S 01 of the strategies If you have high income, um and you've maxed out your 401 K contributions again, you can contribute up to $26,000 in your 401 K if you're older than 50, So if you're playing catch up here if you have high income You can contribute $26,000. Now, let's say you had a match on top of that. So maybe your player gave me another 4000. So now you're at 30,000 year going into your 401 K. But the IRA says you can actually between your contribution nearing in your employer. You can put in a really going in the next year. If you're older than 50, you can put in $64,500. S O. Okay. You're kind of maxed out here. You've hit that 26,000 You have your your input your employer that his share, So there's this thing called a after tax contribution amount in which your money goes in after tax into this for one K plan. Um And then any of your earnings on that are actually gonna be taxable when they come out. So one of the strategies that's used here is you. You put his much money as you can in the 401 K. So you put up to that Max of 64,500. So really, you have about 30,000 or so and after tax that went in, and then you convert that Who? The Roth for a one Kate immediately. So you're really not incurring any additional taxes because your attacks on that income anyways, now you've put it in the Roth within the 401 K and it's going to grow tax free. The earnings are going to be tax free when you take it out. S so it's a really good strategy to continue to grow your money tax free. And Erin, That could be a Roth could be in addition to a 41 care, right. You're not limited to just one retirement. Yeah, this is actually speaking within the 401 K plan itself. All of these mechanics are being done in the 401 K now. No, I gotta so caution here. Not all four of one K plans Allow these types of things. Some don't even have a four. You know, Roth option something having after tax option s. So you have to have both of those. You'd also have the ability to do an implant conversion. So there's a lot going on there that Zraly if it's something that appeals to you, if you're listening, you know, I could give you kind of the script of what to ask your HR department to figure out if this is available within your plan, because sometimes through the hardest part is figuring out Can I do this? Because you don't know who to call you log into the website that not every HR. Person can answer that question. It depends on where you work and how big the company is real quickly. Some matches stopped when covert hit. Are they coming back? What do you guys see it out there? Yeah, I saw a headline. Just the other day that they're starting to turn those, you know. Matches back on. Yeah. You know, So that's that's what I'm seeing, really in the media. I haven't really been ex, you know, exposed to any clients or anybody that has not had their match over the last couple of months. So I was asking Spencer if they start you don't mind me saying this Spencer, right? He works at Wal Mart full time and they never stopped. There's 26% match. Um, there are some companies. I won't mention that have stopped theirs and they haven't brought it back yet. I heard Pamela mention those companies. You know, I heard some good news, though to about some companies like you line. Uh, they're giving out some really good year and bonuses to all their workers. A couple $1000 and you know, depending upon your role, so Is money. It's just an interesting environment we're in. It is because there was furlough. There's the winners. And there's the clear losers, right? Yeah, I wish that would get reported more. You know, there's a lot of positive news. There's a lot of companies out there that have have really been generous. Um, you know, and have given bonuses to you know their employees in Wisconsin. You guys, you guys. You guys understand the median how it works. You followed enough. If it bleeds, it leads. If there's a good cove in news report, they don't even report it. If numbers are down, they are only seeing the bad stuff. Right? Hey, you guys making mine a quick call? Awesome questions have been hanging on hold. We don't have much time. But we'll quickly try to talk to. Ah, Couple of you, Judy from Hales corners. Good morning, Julie. Good money. I just have a quick question. I have a 4 50 70. It's very restrictive. I only can take out the RND. But I'm wondering if I need to because of our age do changes in the home. Like the stairway and things like that. You know a machine to take us up and down the stairs. Will the 4 57 B? Let me take out more. The with the 4 57 B is I believe you would have an option depending upon your age. Are you still employed? No, we're retired, and I won't say my age. But yes, so there should be an option for you to roll those funds out of that plan on into like a Qualified account on then, from there, you'd have less restrictions on your distributions. And she barely take that cash. Is that something? I've already told me I can't do that. I can only take the RND. But I heard from other people other 4 57. They do let you work for a nonprofit and the they do let you take it out if you need to change your home..
Republicans use basic songs without understanding of underlying meaning
"I was a child and I saw donald trump open his shirt and superman logo appeared I would burst into tears. Like? No that's not superman like every credible musicians stopped playing my music I would love the fact that like D. C. would have to be like are we going to sue the president is Superman Donald? Trump. Said this before I'll say it again, the music on the right generally sucks because Ted nugent songs are always available. He would happily give them away to the right for free and they don't take it. Kid Rock is available. Nobody's taking kid rock songs their music sucks. They always take born on the fourth of July they always take the songs on the left and have to be told we will file a cease and desist order. Now you do not stop playing that they choose songs like fortunate son and they choose songs born on the fourth of July because it comes to lyrics they are not originalist. Treat Fortunate Son Living Tax. Because they are not clearly taking the the intended or clear meaning of those words. That's for sure. Yes. Big On course not big on versus born in the USA definitely seeing it at face value. No no value of the intent of that song. No reason to think about the fact that criticism of the US. It's just like, oh, we could. We can chant to this. This segues neatly into a hate
"ted nugent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"With us on the burning, Wood said show heard everywhere. In the 77 W. ABC AP Simulcast on 107.1 FM. W L i r out on Eastern Long Island. We were scheduled to talk with Ted Nugent. Well, we're having phone problems, but we're trying to reconnect or all connect initially. But look He was scheduled to attend the back The Blue Rally and Eisenhower Park on Long Island over the weekend. Of course. Ah, they everybody through a fed. They thought of every way to stop him from doing so he's going to sing the national anthem is what he was going to Doe. And it just didn't want that. Anything they could do to stop successful back to blue rally that Democrats will go out of their way to prevent it. Okay, so explain this to me because you're the smarter one. It's a back to blue rally. So we know Democrats are not really invited. Our favorite congressman Peter King, who is a Republican, spoke at this rally. I would dispute the Democrats are invited if they want it back to blow, but they don't black blue so they may be invited. It's not going to come A and they made back to blow. But they were afraid to speak up, right. So when you consider that the majority of folks up will show up Will be Republican. When you consider that Peter King able public and congressman spoke it seemed very heavy Republican to me. Why would that not be a place for Ted Nugent? Like If you told me he couldn't sing that same amount of black lives matter. Ah, convention. I would understand that. But why here? Well, they manufactured a ah, fake news, The Newsday and Ah lot of these Democrat politicians. Manufactured the fact Ah, that he's racist. Of course, there are no examples of him being racist whatsoever. Now. He heavily criticized Barack Obama. And for that he was called a racist because Obama happened to be black and and and Ted Nugent was right now, if you can't criticize a sitting president, no matter his collar, Listen look like all black people who criticize Donald Trump racist, No stupid. Yeah, right now, listen, I'm gonna do it right now. That's what that's what they did. I know. I don't know. Plus it was they used the corona virus against him. They said that he would. He would be subject to a 14 day mandatory quarantine and there would have been waiting for him at the at an airport. And he was he was informed of that. And that's why he Ah, he stayed away. We'll let me join Ted Nugent right now and say this Barack Obama agree with my Dica while looking great, very eloquent. Great up on stage boys, the most feckless, ineffective. Apologizing president we've ever had giving money to countries like Iran and South Korea, you know, doing the wave in Cuba when our kids were dying out of Brussels, air Point apologising for terrorist time and time again. The economy was the slowest to move in the history of this country. He did nothing for race relations infact onto him. Black lives matter was born. You had Ferguson, Missouri, Baltimore on a host of others. Hope Tanja, Don't you hoax? He was the worst president the history of this country. I'm a white guy like Ted Nugent. You can call me whatever the hell you want. Fact is, I'm giving you facts, But this is what they Ah, this's what they manufactured. And then it resonates. It gets traction. And you actually had the police. Ah, Union chief, the sky McDermott Parroting those lines, he says. Well, you know, we don't want to racist guy. We don't agree with what he said. They don't even know what he said. He didn't say, and there were no racist. It wasn't like Howard Stern. A F ew and word you know this and that I mean, those are racist. There's nothing like that in Ted Nugent's past. So that's all fake phony. It's the last refuge of a scumbag with no argument is the scream racism, and so they tried to keep away with a that and then be they finally used the corona virus thing. And so we don't have he was going to rail about. He's angry. He's frustrated. You know, he's actually the number one guy on Facebook number one musician on Facebook that does videos. That streams live videos and what he does is he talks, he opines, and he plays the guitar and it's really It's pretty good. I checked it out last night. Ted Nugent is number one. It's called Ted's spirit, campfires or something like that. Is that right is what Ted has excellent adventure, Ted Nugent's and spirit campfires. Now this is all, according to Billboard magazine. And it's great. He talks about the evil terrorist burning down our city's beating up our citizens assaulting law enforcement. They're hell bent on destroying this country. And I've gotten urging people to stand strong stand tall, Unlike the athletes that we see that are there either ignorant or they're just afraid whatever it is, it's it's disgraceful. Ah, So we have people like Ted Nugent urging people to do the opposite. Fight back. Silent Majority. Speak out. Speak up. I mean, come on. Look at Rudy Giuliani Biggest Yankee fan you can get Disgusted by the whole thing. So, yeah, So Ted Nugent is ah of that mindset, And he's very articulate in his own Michigan backwoods way, and maybe we'll get him up and is what while he's sort of, he's sort of a kind of like kid rock, I guess. Yeah, but no, except he's a country boy for Kid Rock grew up, kid Rock was Ah, Actually grew up a wealthy kid. Okay. Ted Nugent is ah, kid Fromthe Woods. He's you know that baby. Basically, it's kind of like that, baby..
"ted nugent" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Saying they don't want Ted Nugent what do you say to me me why are you gonna play McEnery who's gonna stop me which is five thirty tonight on W. L. S. HM eight ninety announcing my exploratory committee to look into forming an exploratory committee to explore a third party run for president to be honest but I am really interested in the fund raising since the days five to seven Erica W. I. L. S. you know the rising with with well there's a pill for that for Joe can't wait for much less Hey said and he is rats apparently for the time being residents of the United States his shock troops are all over America tearing down statues of George Washington Thomas Jefferson we're going to take down a statue of Abraham Lincoln and the best option sets goes on type because they're not on our side if you've picked up on this they're not really pro American people terrible awful country every other country is better than us sep maybe Germany the national socialist workers party had control for a while the Friday and welcome tomorrow is the first day of summer and the summer solstice Sunday is father's day and and then another week will be counting on the left as crazy as all get out I looked up the the number of headlines and stories today on this Facebook.
"ted nugent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"In a box the Ted Nugent podcast was absolutely incredible I've heard him over the years and always admired him both as a guitarist and as a critical thinker but he needs time to get going and you made that happen I'm going to have to listen to a few more times because he wastes no thoughts on what he believes and he moves fast reply in the sky had me laughing out loud keep up the great work yeah he was talking to the sandhill crane there which I'd never even heard of before but turns out sandhill cranes because they're a migratory bird are covered under federal law you know birds that migrate are all a federal issue for hunting purposes and there had been a federal prohibition I believe in the past on hunting down but maybe now that's gone but he says you can't eat them and who knows thanks I don't know the Michigan hunting laws very well Josh Hey OB block nobody I believe the term you were searching for yesterday was hope shaming bill Maher had a decent segment about it on our show last week he had all of his arguments regarding administrations virus responds calmly and respectfully dismantled by representative Dan Crenshaw he was left speechless at times without his liberal mob crowd to back him up the crowd you bravely faced keeper shield side this is the way well just thank you and yeah look bill the whole structure of the bill Maher show is that there's an audience to boo you and he can just jump in and yelled you know ask bomb after bomb or shut the F. bomb off or something and you have to sit there if you're a conservative and be like okay you know here we go I mean there's not unless you want to try to escalating and then you're just a crazy person in the room right so you're eight states structured so that it's not really converse and some of it is a fair conversation at all it's structured so that it's barely even a conversation a little bit like doing the daily show back in the day were people kept thinking oh I'm I'm clever I'm smart all sit there know when someone else can manipulate the audio in the video as they did on the daily show interviews doesn't matter who you are because I'll cut it out of work since they had just a comedy show they'll cut it off and make you look down it doesn't matter tell the old deal deliberately misrepresent what you said and they'll cut things out of the person looking at you funny and weird being all serious you look like an idiot L. E. when someone else controls environment this is why when people call in to radio shows and and they argue with with individuals on the radio show the radio host can turn you down the radios can talk or you the radio host has the audience on his or his or her side eighty it usually doesn't go well for the person who was trying to call a host out on air but unless they call in and you know make like a fart noise in Iraq you know these things that they Howard Stern uses show used to do that to people the time right yeah probably what is that what is probably really you know nothing about history radio sometimes don't you that's true Hey it's basically one of Howard stern's cronies would call into random chosen you'll probably or they would do the I seen and act like it's also vans homes and you know how your golf when somebody might shoot everyone's clients homes and you know in the background probably somebody screams at some stuff like that then we can move that funnel son was on the show I see you know in the moon the most Howard Stern that I ever watched was way back in the day when they used to have that they had that the cameras so they were kind of ahead of the time with this a little bit they on the cameras and they did a show on he'd you member that yeah that was a long time ago yes a long time ago but I I actually see that version of the Howard Stern show a fair amount and there was a it was an interesting the folks at all it was quite an assortment the end they have marks form but you know what I will say about Howard he's the best interviewer ever what we say this I just listen to you know my I really I really enjoy the even I think he's wrong about some things I think he comes across like a thoughtful and and and decent guy and and current median Virant that's that's such a rarity these days you know people I I love the shattered everybody in call everybody it's which is boring and pathetic or the really just wanna monologue and then like hand to the gas for a second and then go back to their monologue the very people that really connects with with other ideas in a meaningful way so I had to finally what's a great example of really what I'm a you know rush I grew up listening to and and like that form of talk radio I know very well I did not listen much Howard Stern I really even on the New York I really didn't wasn't my thing so I'd have to find like a great example of him doing a long form interview with somebody as a real because I've heard other people say that too and you're you're a student of the game so if you're telling me that he's a really good interviewer but is it just because he asked questions that nobody else will last because they have parameters of of like decency that they won't cross rightly is that is that is is a single weapon that he's such a good interviewer or ignores that he's interview with no rules will be like you know how good is your wife said doing well as grad stuff obviously you know they're they're silly show sometimes but he just connects with the guests in a way and gets he gets people to open up in a way that nobody else does how to check this out well see I asked for Russia I saw that exchange other Dan Crenshaw they're very did a very good job and look at a lot of people are expected to incredulous and fifteen years gonna run for president so if you just keep doing what he's doing I think that's a very real possibility Robert I'll tell you what makes me mad well our country's only the major national disaster both sides of the aisle Democrats and Republicans scatter like rats and leave town instead of staying in Washington and getting the people's business done shouldn't this be the time they don P. 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ET and sat in Congress and hammered out deals to help the American people what has gone wrong with your system I'm sorry with our system not your system so I don't control this thing that I don't know if you're looking from the members of Congress generally speaking are not going to be there are profiles and political courage I wouldn't expect them to be profiles and personal courage either there are exceptions that clearly I was just talking about Dan Crenshaw but you know overall a lot of them are going to be like and I want to be there they're concerned very much about this disease and so they're just gonna use this look they don't want they don't want to take the risk that's where it really comes down to and as for Pelosi and all that well here you have a you have a see for example mark where was that clip yeah just rewriting history in real time here's a she talking about how it's Republicans even though Democrats the ones that keep slowing down the emergency funding bills it's Republicans who were at fault play click a lemon on behalf of my constituents in the Bronx and queens New York fourteenth congressional district the most impacted district in America calling people losing their families every day it is a joke when Republicans say that the urgency around this bill the only folks at the emergency around our our folks like Ruth's Chris steak house and shake shack those are the people getting assistance in this bill you are not trying to fix this bill for mom and pops and we have to fight to find to find testing fighting for invisibility if you had urgency he would legislate like rent was due on may first did you want I mean this is just this is delusional Democrats wouldn't give money for additional small businesses to get money they held it up if you're gonna talk about a lack of urgency like emergency comes the Democrats Republicans are trying to pass more bills and other things too why hold up a bill that everyone agrees on the purpose of it everyone has already agreed in a bipartisan fashion for the goals of the bill so then why make it go more slowly why be difficult in that process I mean there's there's no good answer to that other than Democrats wanted something out of it they wanted to try to use leverage so in a she's complaints here about how there's no urgency from the right and this is just rewriting of history again Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer the Democrats are the ones who keep dragging their feet on these very important bills we know it we see it it's clear so let's not allow them to pull this nonsense where they're telling us that there's something else going on here than than what really is going on back to roll call permanent Sonya let's be Frank when they say if it saves one life it will be worth it what they really mean is if it saves my life all your pain and suffering is worth it no sorry and I actually think that for a lot of the lockdown extreme consensus folks that that refused to even entertain the notion that the more moderate mitigation could have gotten us to basically the same place with far less economic damage which is the argument the argument is not just go out and hugging kissing cough on everybody and there's no problem I mean that's never been the argument that's absurd but yeah the people that are pushing a lock down for everyone of their it's easy for them to say that generally they're not suffering from a lockdown and they also recognize that the block down has major political implications at a destroyed economy means that president trump can't run on the economy doesn't matter that's not his fault they know this right it's a nine presidents not to be able to go in the fall and say Hey guys look at how great it was running economy once we get past this virus will be right back there that that that's gonna be a tough a tough sell so there's a clear political incentive for people on the left to root for the greatest economic damage possible while also feeling that they have this this built in virtue of we're the good guys because we want every life every life will be protected as such we lost fifty thousand people already people are going to die for this and continue to darkness it's a terrible situation so yeah Jenny I work in aerospace and our company's gonna layoffs thirty percent of the work force next week so sorry to hear that Jenny that stinks really turn the president being hammered daily in his press briefings I think next time a reporter asked him about a state opening up right away he needs to make an example of that reporter well he he actually did that pretty well a pretty smart play thirteen please.
"ted nugent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Re elect that most folks come November and not let these America haters negotiate where he is not even considered in the negotiations Democrats demanded that you can watch him spirit of the wild Ted Nugent dot com he does have an upcoming best redacted tour ever that's the that I know this summer I wanna get out to see Ted Nugent always a pleasure to have you on my my patriotic countrymen where I appreciate you appreciate your voice I thank you for the encouragement and support and I will get through this together we will god bless you my friend god bless the family god bless the last family Joseph had across the board for me and are you take care yourself god bless America will do thank you uncle Ted Ted Nugent everyone Ted Nugent dot com we have more to come we have Florida man on the way and the president's currently meeting with tourist industry executives we're going to give you the latest of all because he's not with the heads of the grocers he's met with pharmacist is a pharmacy organizations he's met with the the at that lab processing my question and the executives of businesses etcetera we're gonna bring you all the latest on that also bring you some updates and some things are changing and some other cities as well whether there are other restaurants closing at centrist and I'll go anywhere we're gonna have all of that for you just in the moment slight stream is a great way I mean look where I think there's times like this make everybody kind of take inventory of what's going on what they're doing and how they're spending money and if.
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"Stories that we just read before the break two of Emma. True false pick the live when a prize. You know we have ten new coming. Is that Ted. This is Ted. No Oh ted Boy George new now when we've got Mike Burns coming up from avid. But we have the three stories. The first story was teens is terrorized town San Diego specific by throwing live. Rodents in cars Story number two pitas upset at the Sydney Olympics Particularly at the largest selling souvenir veneer which is made from a kangaroo hoo-ha the kangaroo in Petah claims it's an atrocity to life and the third story is they've developed a stun gun muzzle missile to be used in police dogs now. Brad you said You watch twenty twenty. This week in Johnston astle went off on pita. Yeah about time that the media elite got to recognize their brass insincerity pita brass insincere. They didn't like it alliteration. On Kitty Corner Corner Kitty. Corner is being sponsored. Wanted by oester clippers from sunbeam. Can you stop this music. Yeah it's not. It's not the least bit appropriate for what I'm going to deal Actually this is the second anniversary of the death of a famous duo from Australia. It's can you and I wrote a poem I mean if you have something. I'm going to read a little bit of the story for years. They hold on series against glory. Glory Hallelujah. For years they'd been a familiar sight on New Zealand highways. The Black Cat Rastas and his owner. Max corker together on a motorcycle. Well here's what happened to them. Two years ago on this day Mexico in Rastas who he would ride his motorcycle with the cat on the handlebars bars. And they mysteriously get into ahead on Kalou. I have seen that on the animals. Funniest videos on animal planet. I've seen the cat writing hand. They died they both died. There was a head on collision collision two years ago. And I I wrote a little palm and honor of this mysterious head on collision that nobody really can can figure out to this day. And it's kind of an old is and you wrote the poem home and I wrote a poem head on Collisions Oracle and Rastas. Do you have anything Jamie good nothing. You've got Nelson. Okay do the Paul my I'll do the POM pom. Okay with Rascasse on the handlebars the wind in their face. This is how God meant for their lives to take place that fateful day will not soon soon be forgotten as folks gather round to see what went rotten. It seems as day the cat and the man shared Chili Con. Carney right out of the CAN. How could this have happened? Still your mind boggles angles. Well how can anyone see where they're going with. Can't do on their goggles. Oh at that last moment Max cordial what went through your mind. I imagine it was your asked us in your favorite feline a little Osh Max Corcoran Rastas for anyone down in Australia. Listening on Nyama who. Thanks for listening and good night but if you ever lose that you didn't you didn't have the poetry music I asked you for that earlier. It would've made a world of difference five minutes earlier. Well Oh by the way Joann was really really disillusioned by the fact that told him that. Cornish hens are actually small chickens. Actually Yeah Cornish. Hens Game Hens are not actually game hens. They are just a very very small chickens about five to six weeks of age and they know more than two pounds. So that's why you're now. How do you feel Joann? The bill of chickens. Yeah did you know that Brad. Yes I didn't know that I thought it was like that's just terrible. And you know George George. Washington's favorite horse horse was named Lexington. Napoleon's favourite was Morongo in. US Grant United States Grant Ulysses s grant the United States. What the heck did you know we have a guest? We listen three favorite horses Egypt. Cincinnati and Jeff Davis yes. I did Brian Wenjie introduce our guest. We've got lots of questions for this guests it s avid microchip microchipping. Something that we've kind of talked about for for quite a one. Why are you looking at me? Like that brand okay. Nothing not on the line with us. As is Mike Burns. Mike Burns knows all about the avid systems. And he's going to answer some questions and tell us how we can keep our pets safer through this Microchip System Mike Burns. Are you there. I'm here we'll I come from beautiful southern California. Now we're in Detroit. You had to say that in my mountain home and it's seventy degrees and sunny we're done now what can I say perfected that New New invention of yours about sending sending electrical current down the phone. It's yeah it's called. The shock jerk dog knows me. Well Mike Burns. What exactly is The avid microchip The microchip.
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"The Motor City Madman a positive force for change here in the United States. At least according to me I mean I'm a big nugent. And his new book God guns and rock and roll. I want to know where Ted Nugent camp for kids was when I was is ten years old. Ted I want an archery contest. I was very good and I still am a very good archer. Congratulations the mystical flight of the air was a discipline unto itself. uh-huh listen to this ten years old. I go the summer camp I win. The contest is about fifty kids here. I want it I want a denny maclaine album. I'm on my God. What what the Hell is that all about your brother of the mystical flight of the euro? Right here on animal. Talk Radio Network. I Yeah Heck Yeah sure and they stuck them with Demi McLean instead instead of cheese. Ugly Gentlemen Okay Let's see we've talked about Peter I was talking about the Ted nugent camper kids could because I'm real proud of. What are you doing? Chuck Buzzy Louis Creek Charlie crewmen all the volunteers. It's a five. Oh One C.. Three non profit. It's strictly volunteer organization. That Shimane and I began after the death of Fred Bear. Basically what we do. Is We teach these kids that God gave a certain gifts and certainly certainly intellect reason Compassion conscientious thought about how we conduct ourselves. And how we can benefit the world world around us and we teach these kids believe in themselves to believe in these wonderful gifts and respect these gifts from God so that they can be added to their family to their self to their schoolmates Mesa they're pals and ultimately the resources that bring us life the renewable resources that literally provide life for mankind and all living things and they go out there and they study Based on the volunteer effort are they study the history of man in wildlife and the abuses that we've subjected of resources to in the history of mankind and how we're celebrating today. The the the most wonderful healthy thriving population of waterfowl turkeys deer elk and bear and Cougar in so many endangered species now with more eagles to be found everywhere because people care and people who put their money in their heart and soul into where their brain is and where their mouth both is in our Ted nugent. Camphor kids teaches these kids to get high in nature to respect nature to wallow in the great spirit that provides us these exciting encounters widely they both game and non game. You're not just hunting scenario but ultimately is a coexistent A relationship with all these precious resources that that really really Do need our care and attention to habitat restoration that mankind has provided the Ted nugent camp for kids becomes positive peer pressure. With all the kids they hang hang around so they can get rid of the drugs and the alcohol and tobacco in and the gangs and the nonsense and the violence in our kids are the greatest kids in the world. You you know you really should think about having your own radio show. I mean this is good I will do it again but I I WANNA thank everybody in Detroit and everywhere. My radio show was so successful in Detroit for the two years that I put my heart and soul into it and it's because the people and I connect and God bless the people can know you'll appreciate this. We have a fifty thousand watt I channel in Alaska. That is listening to the show right. Now let me just say the Alaskan the last frontier blood brothers do families with them in a salute to all my hunting and fishing and trapping great outdoors disease. That's all of Alaska. I do have a question for you is arguably arguably the most articulate person a spokesperson for hunting. Let me ask you a question. I'll eat anything that you that you want the world baby. What about trophy trophy hunting? Now let me explain your hundred. That's very important. Let me tell you we are all trophy hunters because the very encounter is a trophy for the spirit spirit. Do not ever underestimate that. But you're talking about is the misrepresentation by the majority of media for many many years. I don't blame the media WHO's misrepresented this represented us as much as I blame the hunting industry and the hunting community for their failure to stand up. Because you know what a trophy is. I'm looking at a beautiful Caribou from the Brooks Range of Alaska that I shot with my bone marrow. Nineteen seventy seven and you know why that animals mounted on the wall because his flesh provided such pure natural natural high protein sustenance not just for the nugent family dinner table but for the very spirit of our family because that animal that I was in face. He's to face. I Two I heart to heart encounter. It represents so much to me. I couldn't throw the skin away. I couldn't throw the horns way. I kept the hooves which are holding an old bear. Reeker right now and let me tell you Margaret Brian Right here. Make it official in the animal. Talk Radio Network based on. What the Ted nugent? United Sportsman of America America Represent Safari Club international all the sporting organisations when we do mount ahead on the wall that is subsequent to the utilization of all that precious flesh the body fluids the high the skin we use the hoops. We used the bones. We use the teeth. We've always used that but in ultimate reverence as for that incredible beauty dynamic creation. We oftentimes have a taxidermist. Create this living art on the wall. So the memories of the wind the memories. He's with the spirit. The memories of the animals that got away will always be there will never write that animal off like some chicken like some other people. Do here here to express yourself on fire. Jaylen remember I got a bellyful of big white deliver. The next myrow found. It's mark and again my Labrador retriever. God's though he did so terrific on the nugent Mars tonight I literally. I felt like a child with his first Christmas morning. When those mallets came in and I I learned from Hen Mallard who landed right next to God's overnight tonight we let this hen come in and she was going she was talking the other side of the tools? You understand I learn more tonight outta call mallards in in when I saw some drake drake's coming in. She and I started going in tandem. We call these drake's in and I got a double and I was able to call in the next three three groups that came in and I got birds out of every group based on what this Little Hen Mallard taught me in the great tradition of Bengal and other great waterfall conservationist before surnames going down in infamy with the rest of the ducks you are making that noise with.
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"Ted nugent camper kids. That are listening tonight. Market Bright Right. Because even though it's called the Ted nugent camper kids the reason it's a success is because of all the dedicated families out there so for all the Ted Nugent camp for kids. Volunteers all the directors Chuck Buzzy all the crew in. Mostly the kids. Because you haven't lived to graduate from the Ted nugent camper kids. These kids are not only bright eyed and bushy tailed cock block and ready to rock. But they are absolute warriors for positive peer pressure in an example of what we do at our Ted nugent camper kids and you you can see and witness this and be a part of it T- nugent dot com in contrast to the way the FBI calls a terrorist organization. That's really what the people for. Ethical treatment of animals represent with their drink. Beer not milk insanity. That's insane. Well they're they're. They are insane to compare chicken farms to the Holocaust that killed six million human beings to compare breaking into laboratories Tories to cure human deadly diseases to the civil rights era to civil rights marchers in volunteers from the a great heroes of Rosa Parks. My greatest living hero of all times. I don't really know if I can genuinely respond in nugent conversion to they're insanity so what I will gladly do is to celebrate Ted Nugent camp for kids and how we teach children. That man is a conscientious thoughtful. Thoughtful intellectual reasoning Predator where we sustain ourselves.
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"I just put a chocolate Labrador retriever. Named gods of Kennel with a happy smile on his face because he brought dad's some mallards. Hi and I'm Kaylin Pretty giddy myself. Because I love October. Well I bet you did you. Did you get Well it's postseason now. Well Yeah Right. Now it's Jesus everything it's grouse and woodcock and rabbit and squirrel and deer with the bone marrow and it's waterfowl season and this is really the heyday. I'm fifty two years old and I've never seen a more wonderful waterfall season in my life. I am celebrating. You know ten. I'm amazed that you're actually took the time out of hunting. Oh it is dark here dark. I got the dear hung up. I literally have a beautiful big Michigan. Eight point hanging in the burn right now and we had liver and onions for dinner tonight. So I'm going to be a little bit cocky tonight tonight because we put six beautiful green head Mallards in the barn tonight and he did such a fantastic job for just being a two year old. Chuck Labrador so. I really am alive in heaven as we speak right. Tell you you know. We know that you're very active with youngsters especially see with You know a gun enthusiasts and teaching responsibility. I WanNa do a little comparing contrasting. You know if you go to the pita. That's the people for ethical treatment treatment of animals and eating all right mistaken on there. Now if you go to their site believe it or not. They have a page That's that's directed torch schoolteachers were. There's actual lesson plans at teachers can download. Here's a couple of examples. I want you to tell me what the TED nugent lesson plans would be and how they would contrast with this. Okay here's a here's the first one compare the and this is kind of shocking but Lesson plan from Petah compare the Civil Rights Movement with the plight of laboratory animals. Is it ever okay to break. The law for a higher purpose is to be achieved example breaking into Labrador laboratories in releasing animals and What I want you to do? Ted Is How would this contrast with the Ted nugent lesson plan for teachers? Well first of all I wanNA thank salute all the volunteers for.
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"Coming up on the hammer and Nigel show very latest Donald Trump indeed. the motor city madman Ted Nugent falling do something wrong. Mike Pompeii admitting yes I was on the phone calls started with that Tony cats cats today on Facebook Tony Katz radio be sure to check out the videos that are there we live should the show you can check that out as well and of course the eat drink smoke podcast which you can get on iTunes subscribe right now eat drink smoke it is politics and culture does Bourbons gars it's fantastic you gonna love it eat drink smoke on iTunes go check that out. Mike Pompeii is that I'm sorry I'm not going to be in gauging these depositions. he referred to as bullying of members of the state department which he says he absolutely will not have and then he also listen the timeline that you want for me is it's just just isn't possible this simply can't can't get done the way you want this to be done. but the big news was he was on the phone call between. Donald Trump and the president of Ukraine of what America is the land ski and the reaction. has been full on this. when the reaction if we're honest should be this. state was listening to the phone call between the president and the president of Ukraine. and. it's not like he was listening in some kind of clandestine manner you know he he tapped him in the middle of the night he was in a secret bunker that only him in and I don't know him I Nick name the person human Trey Gowdy know about for all I know god he's back in the scene the way I have this this mystery going forward to still be do mystery. listening in that's not the way it happened he's there he's listening to the phone call so that way if something gets said he can give the president the right information standard operating procedure. I see never had their CTO are as part of the phone call. about. I. it's this whole. gangster conversation. it's this we're dealing with people who are only able to clutch their pearls they they're so stunned that the world is happening this is congressman Andre Carson he is a Indianapolis and as for the record comes under caution is a guy who is happy to work with Louis Farrakhan the amount of respect I have for comes magic cars in a member I live in Indianapolis is near zero. he's give me nothing to respect this is a man who has his job because his grandmother was Julia Carson this is a family business. and there is no argument to be made in Indianapolis is better off because of a Carson office. and the Republican Party in Indiana you know they run against him. nobody. during a try. this was him on CNN so there is much more work to do but the work at hand calls for us on the house intelligence committee to protect the whistle blower and get to the bottom of this very serious allegation against the president yes he's willing to work with Louis Farrakhan he won't denounce Louis Farrakhan will condemn Louis Farrakhan he's on the house intelligence committee that's that's the reward. so what's another was of lower because you're calling the chair of your committee Adam Schiff said he is hopeful that the whistleblower will testify before you pretty soon the president said today he's trying to figure out who the whistleblower is the whistleblowers attorney has responded saying that those attacks are you know and and what has been said are putting their client in danger what's your read. well I you know we were going to do whatever we can to make sure that the identity of the whistle blowers protected we're working with the and I director McGuire to make sure the attorneys get the proper clearances and sold that what justice is served I would hope that this president it does not act in a way that is reminiscent of a a a mob figure solo sex. I believe in keeping whistle blowers identity secret. I'm not so sure that this person falls into the category of whistle blower that's a conversation that should be hand. they may not be eligible for whistleblower protections certainly this conversation of was the information first hand or secondhand and did they change the forms about first hand or secondhand information is a little bit of back and forth there certainly there seems to be some level manipulation but they may have a loud secondhand information even prior to this form change but it might not give you a the protections obeys certainly not take into the level of seriousness as the Democrats want us to believe this is. but gangster. trump gangster and even the CNN host is like what do you what are you doing and if he sees himself as such he will be dealt with as such what does that mean. it means that if he wants to be a gangster then we're going to have to uphold the law and treat him like a gangster he's already shown..
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"Your finger blood John if your finger blasting dude it's a he's got the CAD hurt go away I I didn't tell you this because I knew you'd make fun of me no no not only did the stage announcements for for Ted Nugent though yeah then yeah you got guys part to get pictures of Ted well you signed in America make America great again hats yes I love the dressing room yeah over that okay well so the day after I thought I'd test the water a little bit and I said Katie but dreading email saying Hey you know case you need help for case need somebody for the B. fifty twos to do stage announcements be more happy to help you out we're good for the B. fifty twos cool so so you're good so you're locked in hell yeah I know you're a big fan of theirs and to think that you're good you know that you're gonna be up there on stage do the analysis for that's got to be a big moment for you it was this past Wednesday okay so you didn't even tell us you need to give us the Deets on how to go she said we're good for the B. fifty not like not like when you and I your good work we're good like we're good man she might as well thank you okay right so that I thought I took it personally because I'm on that way I take everything personally and I I was talking about it because I thought oh my god of his suffocated ready she doesn't want to do the word got back to her about that whole mess so yeah the whole but it's even worse it's even worse because they didn't not let me do it because I because I Instagram live Ted Nugent hello again they they they not let me do it because marvelous Marvin did the stage announcements well they really know how to get you where it hurts on my Facebook friend marvelous Marvin who I met and made fun of after meeting him at the Charlie Daniels and yeah this weekend from hits one oh six a new port Richey radio station I believe in karma right about now there is such thing it's real hi all your finger blast calls you win this round marvelous Marvin you and your beautiful permanent hair we come back it's okay it's not okay involving people freaking out about the storm.
Coloradans React To 'Red Flag' Law
"A gun loving rocker Ted Nugent is entertaining a crowd talking freedom politics and guns you know why you have too many all don't you I haven't been here in years it was weld county sheriff Steve greens who invited Nugent here the event is a fundraiser for the sheriff we're talking about the red flag well that's what we get all this notoriety for in the state Colorado's red flag bill officially called the extreme risk protection order bill is now law set to take effect in January it'll allow family members or law enforcement to get a court order forcing an individual to temporarily give up their guns if they appear to be a significant risk to themselves or others sheriff dreams believe Colorado's law is unconstitutional the long and short of it is this I'm not gonna confiscate someone's guns reams is talking about all of this partially because it's a political issue he's an elected official unlike police chiefs who are generally appointed well obviously it's my role as the police chief to make sure the department enforces the laws that are on the books this is mark Jones the head of the Greeley police department who says he's planning to enforce the law but also understand concerns around it on one hand Jones supports the second amendment on the other hand I also am a police chief in an error where mental health issues are probably at all time highs all across the country not just in Greeley or just in what county I do believe there are people in our society that have no business having guns many states have passed these laws in the aftermath of mass shootings but in practice they're often used in situations involving domestic violence and self harm fire arms are the mostly the way that people die from suicide and also the most common way that people die from suicide Kimberly Pratt works in suicide prevention in northern Colorado means restriction is important she says but taking away means isn't just gonna stop the feelings it's not gonna stop the reason why they want to die for this reason and others some organizations that work with people impacted by gun violence expressed uncertainty about how effective the new law might be one advocacy group mental health Colorado said in a statement that it believes that everyone should have access to the law and that saving lives should not be a partisan
"ted nugent" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Hi, it's Karen Lewis, a British guy tried to steal a maga- hat from a British guy that likes Trump, they wrestled it was really weird and British guys aren't tough videos on my page dot com. My apologies to the motor city madman. Ted Nugent for my statement that his skin resembles and smells like that of vice jerky, was originally intended as a compliment like the clarify. But I now understand why he might have taken a fence. I'd also like to apologize to our steamed President Donald Trump for my ill-timed Trump talks series videos. One of which I as President Trump implied that Megan Kelly was now understand that I was far out of line. And we'll leave said methods of attack will our president in the future. I'm sorry, Megan President Trump also apologies to former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton from plying that she couldn't stand their own two feet that she coughed up a long on more than one occasion for stating that she covered up or husbands, alleged rapes, and for circulating both mean-spirited an unconfirmed rumors that she was both whom lover and practicing which. There's more to his apologies and you can find that Steven Crowder now on the blaze and on YouTube. We have something really exciting happening here at the studios again this summer, we are going to do another pop up museum. This one is twelve score in three years ago. It was four score and seven years ago that ABRAHAM LINCOLN when he said, you know, four score and seven years ago, our, our forefathers came, and they, they put together this nation and it was an idea. But now we haven't fulfilled that we've we're fighting this great battle to free. Everybody into actually live. The words all men are created equal, it was a, it was a really important obviously speech that he gave at Gettysburg the Gettysburg address, including the emancipation, proclamation will be here in our studios. But we are looking at his unfulfilled promise of unity and an end to slavery. And this, this museum is going to answer the question. What is slavery? How does it happen is, is racism and slavery, an American problem? What happened? How do you free yourself from these things? What does it take, and we're not we're not really just highlighting, the American slavery issue. We are using that as vehicle to show you that slavery happened all around the world, and it, it's it is a human condition, and it is still going on in greater numbers. And we start with a slave trade there. There's this we're having a slave ship the interior of a slave ship that you will walk through built by our set designers. And you will feel how small that was. We've seen we've seen drawings of slave ships, but until you've walked in one and seen how people were laying side-by-side like sardines, you really don't have any kind of understanding. Well, that is offset with now the back of tractor trailers, where slaves are transported in the back of tractor trailers, we have the lynching tree. But we also have a steel cage, that is going to have one of the original jumpsuits used by ISIS for a for a Christian that was later found beheaded. We have the ISIS jumpsuit, we're gonna show you how slavery is happening still all over the world. And what it takes to break it. What it what a forces are against it. And what it looks like based on the American experience and how that's happening all around the world. And it's really going to be an amazing experience for your family full of treasures of things that you've never even knew where he in existence. Plus, things like the emancipation proclamation signed by ABRAHAM LINCOLN. The real one is going to be here at mercury studios. Now, it is twelve score and three years ago because that's how long it's been now we're checking back. Are we even worse or we better than we were? And where are we headed? So that's the name of the museum twelve score in three years ago. And if you buy tickets today, you're going to be entered to win a spot on my VIP tour at the museum. That's a fifteen hundred dollar value..
"ted nugent" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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Matthew McConaughey | Career Arc
"Is an episode about the the life in the career and the and the essence of Matthew mcconaughey, who is of course, starring in a new movie harmony, Curran's new movie the beach bum which is out in theaters right now, and we're gonna be talking about that movie quite a bit. But before we do that we're going to do what we always do on the show. This is only the second time we've done it. We're going to analyze different stages of an actor or actress or directors career, and we're gonna talk about the breakthrough moment and the personal pinnacle for each of the three of us. And then we'll talk about the big movie that's out right now. So guys before we get started. I wanna talk. A little bit about just your personal connection to Matthew mcconaughey who has been in our lives for a long time perhaps longer than I even realized when I was looking at this guy's career. Amanda, what is your your general relationship to Makaay? Well, like his career goes in phases. And we're gonna talk a lot about I actually don't know how much we'll talk about the two thousands. But you talk about it, Matthew mccown. Hey starred he was a rom com. Idle in the two thousands, and that's a very interesting time in romantic comedies and say not so interesting workwise, but in terms of career arc very interesting time in Matthew mcconnahey career. And that's kind of how I was introduced to him or how he became a part of my life about that. And you about Matthew mcconaughey, but I was very conversant in those romantic comedies. And then I was a culture blogger to during the Kanazawa. So. It's in terms of watching an actor or a public figure reinvent themselves and have a kind of public narrative that we're all participating in real time. He's a really prime example for me. I can't really think of him without thinking of just this not even transformation, but a return to self that he experienced would you say the time as a flat circle, Amanda. Oh my God. Yeah. I would have to at this point. 'cause you all do so often, rob. What about you? I suspect that your your true relationship with with Matt Mack, which is something no in calls him. But I'm gonna call him that occasionally Amish. Micheli? What's your relationship to McConnell, 'cause I I assume it started before Amandus? Yeah. I mean, it started very simply as like I just want to listen to this person say word rest of my life. I mean, I do think he has this my favorite voice like in Hollywood, and possibly, you know, the larger celebrity sphere. I mean, I'm pretty sure my introduction him like most people my age, our age was dazed and confused and just every word that came out of his mouth just sounded beautiful for lack of any other way to put it I think following his career subsequently. I I wanted to ask you guys like the McConnell San's that term sort of implies like a really deep valley in the middle of his career. Like, Matthew mcconnahey is sort of a guy when I started following and writing about entertainment like following the arc of an actor or a celebrity in the low points in the high points like I was always kind of confused by the McConnell, and ideas, like what was he recovering from like, he doesn't really have. A Geely in that sense. Like, I don't think there's one moment. That's like a terrible moment. And it's like literally ninety seconds ago. I remembered that he was once a rested for playing Bongos today. Kid. That's the thing that happened. Right. What a like that will that wasn't the low point. But like, I was I was he's one of the first actors who I sort of perceived as having this media driven sort of rise and fall arc to him. And I could never quite figure out what caused the fall. I guess I bet you have a lot of thoughts say rob have you seen goes girlfriend pass? And or I haven't walls gold, and or forces of nature, and at you know, the back half from two thousand five to two thousand nine he's in a ladder leading man roles that are tough, and they're not gonna romantic comedies, and those are not. In any way, the essence of McConnell as we have come to understand him. And it's an interesting arc- because he basically twenty years later returns to himself. It's an it's an arc that I know flat, circle, blah, blah, blah. I get it. But it really is the Mikan science. I think more means that he. Finds his essence again as opposed to coming from some valley. It's like a a a new expression or somebody say, the, original expression. Will I think it's also about what we deem to be quality versus an meaningful artistic choices versus things that are pop or frivolous. I think particularly in that period that you're talking about Amanda, you basically two thousand five two thousand four Saharan to for the money things kinda start to go a little south there. And he's just making a lot of stuff that is moderately successful. But just not very good. And you know, when he comes back with the Lincoln lawyer and Bernie in killer Joe, and we'll talk about that period seems to turn the ship, and he starts working with filmmakers that he'd worked within the past or people who seem interesting in on the forefront of something. And so I think the McConnell San's, rob, I guess for lack of a better phrases just meant he started doing good stuff again. And I would argue towards the end of this podcast. We're actually in a phase where with the exception of the movie we're going to be talking about at the end. He's actually made. More bad stuff in the last five years than good stuff, and maybe more bad stuff than he did in that fallow, period. But nevertheless, let's go back to the very beginning. Rob you wanted to talk about about days as as sort of breakthrough. So what is it about David Waterson that that enraptured you? I mean, I feel first of all this is there is no need to overanalyze him that movie like this moment. Like he's in days and confused, really ten minutes. Maybe. You know, like just jump right? Like his delivery of the line. I get older they stay the same age. It's like this perfect mixture of like, casual and formal that's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older they stay same age. He knows the character knows how good align. It is the actor knows how good align. It is. Like, you take a little step forward. Like in that exact moment. Like, I realized that for the first time that he's wearing like salmon colored pants. Ted Nugent t-shirt. It's just this this beautiful transcendent moment that doesn't need to be belabored. But let's does this guy as a star like just right in that moment. And I the other days that I love rewatching he pulls up alongside another car like a burger joint and the two guys in the other car go off Christ immediately like they can't stand him. But the the driver of the other car a young red headed lady who I believe is Marissa Rabin easy is smitten with him. No, I got my own car. Thank listen to stick the car with now get in with us. But that's all right worry about that later. I will see their. You tell them about the new fiesta tap inning at the moon tower. There's going to be fresh kegs. And it's just I would just I would just follow this man, anywhere. And I watching it again like I feel there's a version of dazed and confused like the studio like focus groups like diluted belabored version of the movie that feels compelled to have an actual plot. And like a moral would make his character not like the villain, but like the cautionary tale at the worst case scenario like you don't wanna end up like this guy, actually like dazed is one of the things that makes it great is like it's a high school movie where at least some of the actors look like they could conceivably be in high school. And so it makes it hard to tell like how much older he's supposed to be than the rest of the people. But I I love the way that like his job is working for the city. Like he says that several times doesn't elaborate at all. But like it's kind of he's he's he's kind of lame like part of what makes Ben Affleck's CARA. Actor lame is that he shouldn't be there anymore. Like, he I think he like flunked a he got held back a few grades or something like he shouldn't be hanging out with these people anymore, and it should theoretically be the same for him. But it's not. But even at the end like when they're on a football field, and he gives the speech about like, it's about living L I V. I N like you can take that as like really profound. You can take that as kind of pathetic. Like, there's a version of the movie where like the plot is like the football player trying to decide whether to sign like the promise not to take drugs or whatever. Like that moment. Could be the football player realizing I don't actually want to end up like this person, you know. And if I agreed not fuck up like even twenty percent of the time, and I won't end up like this person. But like the actual movie can't bear to do that to McConnell. Hey, and like McConnell as performance is too. Good to even make you feel like even a little bit pathetic. Like, it's just it's a very fine line and just uncomplicated -ly beautiful thing. But like when you think about it, it's it's just. It's perfect. He's unquestionably one of our most beautiful statutory, rapists. He's just it's amazing. It's amazing how willing we are to forget that that is literally the point of that character is that he is a predator. And it's like, oh what a charming predator? You know, that is really his power like this is the first significant role that he had and it's it's one of his best roles. It's it's like communicates. A lot about the kind of actor that he is even though he's as you said, rob onscreen for so so little Amanda, what did you think of days? Yeah. I agree with you. It's just kind of an instant stardom. I was on a podcast recently talking about Pretty Woman and the power of that movie and a lot of ways it's just you're watching. Julia Roberts become a star in real time. And it's so rare to see someone in one of their first movies just like before we formed. It's kind of like, okay. You know, you are and sodas the director, and you know, how to be on screen, and like I understand the qualities that you're going. Bring to your other roles like you have just you've got star quality from the gecko. And like he clearly does like dazed and confused. It's kind of his first movie or his first big movie. But also definitely the statement for the rest of his career, or at least the successful parts of his career and people don't often figure it out that early. It's true. It's notable though that it takes a few years for him to find real stardom. You know, even though I think anybody who saw it is inconvenient came out. And it was not a huge box office hit. There's something going on with that guy who is that guy. And then he appears in significant roles, but not necessarily the lead role in angels in the outfield, which I'm sure we all know and love, Bobby Wagner. Our producer baseball fan. I'm certain he's seen it Texas chainsaw massacre of the next generation, which quite bad. He has a small role in boys on the side in which is very charming and his smaller but crucial role in Lone Star, which we've talked about on this podcast before. And then comes a time to kill now. If you're listening to the show, you probably know how much I like the John Grisham adaptations of the nineteen nineties. This was a this was a sub genre that Hollywood thrived on over the years. End of the pelican brief is one of your favorites. Pelican brief the firm is one of my favorites. I'm a big fan of the client. Rob you, and I were having a grand old time recounting some of the ridiculousness of time to kill which I had forgotten and yet still feel entertained in compelled by it's actually quite gruesome story. And if you think Waterson is a sleazebag the stuff that happens in time to kill us awful. It's it's it's essentially a courtroom drama about a man who is on trial play by Samuel Jackson and his lawyer as Matthew mcconaughey, and Matthew mcconaughey is playing essentially modern day Atticus Finch person who is like a he starts the movie out of sort of a wastrel like a slick drunk southern courtroom operator. And by the end of the movie, he transforms into this morally righteous profound. Emotionally resonant figure and this movie is really weird. I cannot believe this movie exists, and so intense, and so upsetting and also features a million famous people, Sandra Bullock is essentially McConnell as right hand woman, who's helping him with the case who understands the law significantly better than mccown as character does Samuel Jackson of courses on trial. He plays Billy Ray Cobb. Kevin Spacey is the DA who comes in from out of town and his quite evil for into Frick. Her plays. Matthew kinda his secretary Oliver Platt places legal partner, Donald Sutherland, I believe plays. His father has dropped. It's like it's not as father. But like the lawyer who gave him his start and is now a drunk sort of wasted. Right. His. Protege. His father figure who has his name is is Lucien Wilbanks sheriff some perfect Girish esque southern writing the reason that I chose this movie is his breakthrough is because it's the the first time that McConnell, hey, is in the center of the frame, the whole time the movie lives and dies by him. And because of its preposterousness, I think almost any other actor wouldn't have been able to pull it off. And of course, there's a very very famous speech at the end of this movie that we're gonna listen to right now. I wanna tell you story. Close your eyes. Tell you the story. I want you. Listen to me what you listen to yourselves. Go
"ted nugent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"You're not gonna make it has it did anybody ever tell Ted Nugent that thirty forty fifty years ago. Oh my goodness. You think? I was the only non dopey abusing substance abusing stumbling puking Gaijin dying idiot in the rock and roll industry. The only guy it was clean and sober. Because I was a hunter I was raised at the hunter. And if you don't optimize your level of awareness in your accountability of every step in life. Both literally and figuratively. You're gonna end up buying chicken. You're not gonna kill my trusty narrow so I've always been clean and sober. So I was really really extraordinary shall we say? And in unlike anybody else in the industry, and you know, there was a lot of hate towards me because I'm anti substance abuse. And I happen to carry a gun because I believe in self defense. I eat Denison because way before organic became cool. I already figured out the purity of free range deer meat was good for you. But anyhow, yeah. I was constantly told back in the seventies. After the Ambu dukes had our string of hits. And I'm on the road constantly three hundred and fifty days a year in the industry said, well, you know, we hear these songs this stranglehold saw. Wrong and this great white buffalo song. But I don't think that's hip and people don't want guitar solos and a three piece band anymore. Well, that's what the song stranglehold is about. It's about standing up for what you believe. And if a house gets in my way, I'll burn it down to pursue your individual dreams, hence, life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. Yeah. I'd had a buck the odds, and I think again, what doesn't kill you make you stronger and stronger every day, Ted Nugent rock and roll legend. Of course, the father of the year. He's several number one bestselling books for the New York Times list. It's amazing read the book. So I know I know that it's not well because you're an incredible writer, also Ted Nugent dot com. Sign up for all the social media and everything I got switch to guns. We're talking guns. You know, a little while ago, you carry one you carried one when you were young you you weren't in the in crowd and the rock and roll scene in this day and age we've got a harder push that I think we've ever seen in this country to to get socialism. Socialism usually starts Ted with unarmed. Disarming the public if you disarm the public don't worry, we'll take care of you. Then it's easier, of course to control enroll the public. We saw the shooting the dastardly disgusting massacre in New Zealand that shouldn't have happened had. They had armed security. Maybe it wouldn't have happened. But the the immediate knee-jerk reaction there was ban all of these weapons every one of the weapons of this guy used every firearm can no longer be in this country, period. End of story is if the bad guys to listen Bernie Sanders, immediately put out a statement, we need to do with New Zealand. Did it's not gonna stop as well again. I whenever we talk about the the glaring self evident truth it in. Individual free men and women have the right to keep and bear arms. Every time. We talk about this historical quagmire, I have to repeat that unarmed and helpless is unarmed and helpless, I have studied in detail painfully I might add all these horrific mass lotteries, and we all know everybody knows Joe included New Zealand that every one of the mass slaughters occurred in gun free zones. I'll take a deep breath. Whether you're talking luby's cafeteria or or just New Zealand or sandy hook or the Aurora theater or. Columbine Virginia Tech parkland. Slaughters occur in gun.
"ted nugent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"You know. I did not suggest Ted Nugent. Suggest that eating blues. Didn't bring out way. I know I know, okay. Segment. Okay. Yeah. There's other things you've got to get to the news of the day. Other body parts we're gonna talk about coming up later. No way. This will interest you millions of dollars may be gone forever. Why a boss died without sharing his password that and much more coming up on the Mark Levin show. Now. Now, the three big things you need three. You heard it here. Live President Trump deliver the state of the union calling for unity in touching on various topics including border security. The I four alternate project is still on hold indefinitely due to a worker died after being hit by a pipe. And in the NBA Joe Lando Magid folded, okay, see thunder as they moved to twenty two and thirty two on the year. Reading and garlic that helps maintain healthy cholesterol. Garlic every day. No, garlic bread. Lots of people like you or choosing gore league to help maintain a healthy cholesterol. Garlic it's natural in. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA is. Diagnose treat prevent sister. Off with Louis had pay my taxes in eight years. Louis was indeed trouble. Save lives. Stacey Abrams compassionate treatment at the border is not the same open borders. President Reagan understood there, tell us what you think using the open mic in the news ninety six point five at this is where Orlando turns first for breaking news, news ninety six point five WDBO. Space some regions are vast and empty other areas. We call closets. Fortunately, Kevin from the container store has answers. Right. Kevin. What.