17 Burst results for "Tom Dodd"

"tom dodd" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Went on a shooting spree over a course of ours ours. Prime Minister Trudeau has declared effective immediately. It is no longer permitted to buy sell transport import or use military grade assault weapons in this country executive order. It's the Canadian equivalent of executive order. No laws passed. He said we're going to do this. Understand pay attention no longer permitted to buy sells. You can't buy when you can't sell it if you own. It can't transport cared anywhere can't import it can't use it. You can't shoot it. The prime minister described the sweeping regulations as close quote closing the market on these weapons in Canada. He also has discussed banning all handguns. Avoid that option when he made this announcement to talked about confiscating. Roughly one hundred thousand existing firearms. Confiscating them through some order in the future he said but it will be a fair ineffective buyback program almost something on the order of fifteen hundred different firearms or we're going to be considered military grade in this order in this ban. Canadian Public Safety Minister. Bill Blair said a quote non-permissive. Amnesty close court will be established in order for Canadians who currently possess the now banned weapons to be able to possess firearms for two years but will be unable to use it ourselves. You can own it for two years. But you can't you can't you can't sell it or Woah. Woah Woah. What what can you do? Well you can. They're going to have a provision where you can export it. Maybe sell it to Americans. I don't know maybe we can have access to them. It will be fought but it's an uphill battle in Canada. This has been going on for a while this will. This is part of the deal and Trudeau made gun control a part of his platform. When you got elected Joe Biden now has made gun control a major part of his platform gun control and gun. Confiscation gun bans. If you go to the Joe Biden website. You see a whole list it is. It is the wishlist. It is the Christmas list of the gun ban lobby. Sure someone from the gun ban lobby wrote the list. But he is on board with that one. Furthermore he is selected. Believe it or not Joe Biden. This elected Chris Dodd to hit up his team to select or find a vice presidential candidate. Chris Dodd Gun banner. His father was the author of the architect of the gun. Control Act of nineteen sixty eight. His Father Tom Dodd. Who was the Dodd Bill? Also call for the tried to get the Reverend Martin. Luther King arrested during the sixties. Tom Dodd Chris. Dodd Joe Biden. The line is very clear from the gun banners all along the way. This is this. Is it this election twenty twenty? It's really very clear. We have one candidate says. I want to gun ban to ban guns. I want to take your guns away. I want to confiscate your guns. I want to price them out of existence. Oh yes and I also want to close down every gun maker America. Yeah that's part of his official policy as well. Then you have Donald Trump. Who's pretty good judges and justices on the bench? The choice is clear by question is are you in..

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"tom dodd" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

14:51 min | 4 months ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Or not smoker. Whether or not you're in contact with people that have it or but And I'm not like unconvinced. I see that I that I was exposed. In fact I'm fairly certain I was But like now more than ever. It's gotta be disciplined about sleep about vegetables about about not drinking too much like you've done it you've done it you've done it great levels like with weight loss what is it what is it been like. What are you find your downfall too because I know what minds has been boost but right now? I'M NOT DRINK ALMOST LUKE. My career on instagram in two thousand fourteen. A dude that by the way I remember when that went down and being like are you fucking kidding me exactly. Could you compare you compare and I'm not condoning what I did because can I tell you it was never about like? Whoa is me 'cause I did that like I in turn out to be grown ass man and take our lumps acknowledge. I I in a way that a a grown man and a TV host could but above all the one part that I think always got lost was I crew lost a whole year's worth of work that Eric and Greg Murphy. Tom Dodd said rob. Hobson these amazing cameramen that I work with Jewels show cat happiest. Like I had a wonderful wonderful crew. And all the story editors back in in New York and you know they all lost work because of of my laps and judge and it was a slow news. Time killed me. Was You know I had done an interview with Dog Lemon on CNN? That I was supposed to be like the end because people like. It's super simple. Just go on Kimball. Politics like super simple to just go on give a like join. A Hill had just had just called someone That used homosexual. You call someone a Faggot. He's insane Faggot. Which is which is by the way which is like. It's he was a young kid like he was a kid in Hollywood. He was fucking buzzed. And these guys are fucking with them and it's like that's the learning curve. I hate to say it like that Jona Hill and I think you bounce back just fine but like that is a learning curve. Is You need that guy every now and then to teach you the lesson and Joan Hill should just be like. Hey you guys are welcome. I took a lot of heat for that. But Hey heads up we gotta stop using that word. You know one hundred percent and for me. You know like Johnny Hill. Do you know what I'm saying? Like don't think that I didn't try to get on every single talk show and I did as much of an apology tour as I could. And shout outs to sway. Who gave me a chance to come on and apologize and Kathy Lee and Hoda let me come on and say something in You know and it was hard man by David. Make it easy and And I finally I had done this interview with Don Lemon and he. He gave me a good while and then all of a sudden during the rocket attack in Gaza never aired and I had the unfortunate happenstance of it happening in a slow news time happening to within two weeks of two shows opening. I mean it was like what was that line from. Rounders shout out to Brian Copeland There's a line and rounders when when they find out the teddy KGB is who's really liked their in debt to and Matt Damon. Looks at Ed Norton it goes. Oh so you just fucked us right gas and it was like okay so you have an NBC show coming out a travel channel show. You're the best shape your life. This could be a major turning point for you. And that's when you choose for sugar in your guests think. Nice one dickhead and literally. All I kept thinking about though was because I know how our crew and even our crews back our editors thermal lance and they lost all that work because I exhibited poor judgment one for the rest of the day on instagram and quoted. The God's father at that I had just been watching and it was ugly and it was disrespectful and I have a mom and a stepmom and I had to answer sore dropping the bomb at a lady to the women in my family. I have female show Ronna a female director Female on the show it was. It was a rough time. So yeah I hit because that's the only DMZ fuck about me like they've they've they've talked to me about. How do you feel you're eating five pound burritos and people are starving Dave match it twice but likes not like this just hit in? My House didn't turn the lights on and just eight and watch the office and played video games and just got fat again. It's you know. What can I tell you and I know I'll probably get blasted for this. I remember reading. I remember reading the tweet. I remember reading or reading the tea. It was an instagram post. I remember reading. Your thing was like hey I look good I busted my ass. I'm very proud of myself An and you used use the Hashtag thins peration which I did not find offensive. I didn't chiding had been co-opted by pro antics. Whatever you're my inspiration and I just thought it was a portmanteau extended inspiration but you but still I remember being. I remember reading that and going you can't you. Can't I remember reading what they were writing and go and you can't blame him like he's just busted his ass kicked in and and and and fucking lost the weight which all of us are trying to do look clearly? There are a lot of fat activists who are not. Do not want to lose the weight. Listen listen to Lindy West talk about and by the way Lyndon Western. I have no brand Collateral like there's no cross branding and in Linda West tonight at all at all but I I. She's inspiring because when I was dealing with getting fashioned by Gurre I read this article or listen interview. She did about coming out to her. Family is fat and going like Hey I just wanna be happy and like it was really fucking cool. It's really cool to hear the other side however the other side needs to listen to the other side also like I'm listening to Lindy West and I'm not using Lindy as an example. I don't I I think Wendy's are really interesting. Brilliant writer but I'm listening Lindy West. I need that girl that lit you up to listen. Also because she didn't seem like she gave a fuck you busted your ass. He also wanted money. She wouldn't do interviews. They pay but I. I really really agree. The biggest thing. That hurt was the old so when the the. I'm trying to think what I can say. Apropos of documents signed but when travel channel didn't comment either way hosts phone this show. It brought more attention and then there was this Washington Post article but The Washington. Post article was only using this girl's blog account as only source of information. I was never contacted. And so the only screen shots were of what I said not what was said to me now again. I don't condone my response and again my biggest regret is because you got to also remember. It's not just my crew. We had eighteen more episodes to shoot a season to a secret And think about that. That's I mean. Thirty forty some odd restaurants. At least Oh oh that were blown up big time on travel channel but all Johnson lives and they. They lost at certain burning. I just got concerned. I'm like oh it's next door choice. That's a nail gun. I bet it's maybe it's no no. It sounds like the box. No I smell the smoke but yeah that was the thing that like all those restaurants that we're looking forward took swimming. This means that I was looking forward to filming places I wanted to travel and again guys like beanie lost the work you know and the thing is I wanna say one thing to to shout him out though when they remounted the show. They offered it to him. And he wouldn't. He wouldn't do the REBOOT OUTTA loyalty. That's a good friend right there. 'cause you know the reboot was the source of burned bridges with the same people that I had built the show with. And it's heartbreaking. When I think of that because when I think of those early days it was magic. But you know this. It's not show friends in show business and that was my wakeup call. Did you ever Dan Akiba? No no I think I did. Once is the guy that I referred to in secret eats a lot as the Budgen yeah Again Akiba literally uttered the phrase once. I don't hate ice cream. I just hate how much people like. It actually like literally out and meet people that are like. Oh you haven't created jabs true like you so angry anyway I think it was around the Super Bowl and I was at Kennedy and I was coming home and I saw him and I saw him loading. Pelicans into event and I was like dead and went over and gave him a hug and I was like. What's going on you? Are you about to shoot? He's like a coming back from issue. W six either rivals like of course as you shooting and he froze and he's like you know and like literally it was just like Michael and and I was like broke my heart. But he's tough. You know what I mean like those I and episodes on the road with Dad. Johnson Peter Factor. You know an actor Holy Shit. I haven't talked dude. I'll tell you so. Peter Factor was for everyone. Listening was the like Apache director of Harvey. Now we I had. We shared two of your extract retiree Scott Sands and Peter Fackler. Scott Sands was the was the Was the community school. Learn how to shoot movies. Tv show guys at Pier. Flagler was the Ivy League. I learned at D. Like what that's what they look like right so Scott Sands anytime. I shot something birth conquer. He would do it. I would do the activity. I this is back this before. Go Pros you had to wire pack on your back. And then. Harnessing into a helmet with a wire guy with sharks. Oh Dude and then and then Peter Fackler was like very prim and proper had a I think I think they ended up breaking. Did they break up? He had a beautiful girl friend who was a TV show host. And Yes yes. She was a mets corresponded and and Scott was up..

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"tom dodd" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

07:56 min | 6 months ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"The quarterback that ever lived well there's obviously a great player but not top ten all time but basically we need we look at the I manning people talk about well how can you say this you are manning is Philip rivers with a career Phil bruises the worst quarterback in the fourth quarter that I've ever seen in my life the worst well they put some some numbers but numbers for guys structure fifteen years don't mean anything numbers of accomplishments to you I has a couple super bowls and what do you like it or not he belongs in canton I'm so terribly evade some two nine nine four nine four talk with any we'd open phones for somebody give me a holler and surprise me shock me thrown a curveball see if I can hit it about anything you want in the world of sports anything I'm someone out you know saying give me a holler and show me what you got here eight seven two nine nine four nine four oh nine four nine four eighteen to rise while US we have the we from Maryland on the V. I. P. what's up we've yet manner friends that the gay men grant that what can we talk about where the Sixers yeah sure one soul white rum they won't point from the get United main yup not the whole way your whole why are you know why big because then did dominate are part of it is in the then he put a very good game that offers a game he played well against lebron his kind a mentor all Brian yet man meaning you worry what that boy got got talent he got he got every day no it doesn't have everything to but that's close okay right what is he thank this is Amanda it made love growing I looked like he was an old no he didn't lebron scored twenty nine points tonight here have a horrendous game you have a great game of Sims defense the Sixers team defense was outstanding Simmons was the center of a tonight to buy a terrace also not a sexy Simmons up to to sports fans had a hell of a game to but they both played very very well was nice to see what you know what I bet you know with them in the he created shock wore those young guy and he built their confidence the word they were sick well and dobby is whatever god bowl and once was first name five years is what what I will use he has a first name what is it I stayed it is so the idea is what was that no it's not Bob Dole Tom Dodd right okay something this is our first name okay is your jeep dealer something or just something within an no give me and though you know quizzes and you have a I know I know you guys by looking at them and that the communists owner of bait with this fantastic yeah day date the one guy Kate Middleton that we use Berthon Startin not but I think that because I think because and be one of them out there I think I'm being flows are all day now right so it is there's just kind of hung just put him on waivers what I no no no dead dead old old time grant you ball with armed with the beat in there you're going to have to play with the center and and and the pieces don't fit right because you got you got our war right out there right he didn't like great he didn't play great what there was a you doing we won't know what you do it's all and be right now if you have your own brand your bread problem what do you do with this outdated slow old kind of player who's twenty five by the way what do you do with the wall number one I've I've dated on Twitter number one Philadelphia has on history all injury wait big there I don't care what you told me that okay about it okay what history I don't care about any other big win what do you do with Solana beach right now your own brand you've got a site keep him give away start employing them what do you do okay you're you're asking me what we deal with Joe one being you're not answering the court so you just got along well and what do I do with my play him what what do you what I do with his vest he said I all star story we do you don't solve urinating too often you are now that's an idiotic statement it's embarrassing statement furnace what it yes it is that's why we've we've what why are you here in the White House last year against Toronto we could have beat rock bluegrass looting shall walk we beat him until I beat it is terrible you save you played a couple one we've I just can't handle stupidity so I gotta go but thanks for chiming in don't tell me joellen be dumb belong on the Sixers don't tell me the better with Ben Simmons alone that's the point of view of a moron and I hate to say that but that's the point of you moron the job of a head coaches to put his chess pieces together and find ways to get the maximum out of them and Brett brown has to do that it's a hard fit with a guy that doesn't shoot what a guy were spacing is difficult joellen breed has is re issues obviously some guys are prone Giambi is one of them that don't need to sell them you can trade in you get the end you're not gonna get a fair value a formula to suggest on Russian trade in but it is what it is basically and you don't just not plays all NBA because you think that'll be a fun way to call up a sports talk show and started debate about stupidity which are refused to get into by the way speaking of the base that we haven't really talked about tonight everybody transfixed by the Donovan Teo stuff because I'm not now can come out every two years every six months when everything she wants to be in the news and get talked about on the V. I. P. or whatever and talk about how the T. L. rule in this role in that it's called H. in history it was done it was done years ago I agree T. O. was more a problem in the locker room the dining room was but it is what it is and and and that that start in life so the more you can do Donovan has is unbelievable need to be in the news to be relevant he was a very good quarterback here for a long time he's not as good as Pat more homes ATVs quiz quarterback to date as a symbol runs around Donna was not being talked about the whole T. O. thing has to spark again because fifteen years ago in the Superbowl T. O. Donovan had a good day together and then the off season to almost all go wrong come on man been there done that finished Veneto mostly done am I right or wrong how many people are still interested in news about dot of McNab and Teo I want.

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"tom dodd" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

03:24 min | 8 months ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"I'm so turn on right now so turned on by fighting method. Okay we're GONNA go to our corners. Get Log on cycle. Hasn't come back and present. Oh amazing go ahead. Well well We're both educated so we know that just screaming at each other is not going to fix anything so we have a difference of opinion on anything. We'll just say okay. Well show me some research that backs out or what do you think or take a day to think about that and get back to me. So that's something I would recommend for the parents to do. Do Your own research and see I know. Men oftentimes have difficulties with dolls and saying. Oh that's for a girl but my main recommendation like I said do some research Asha which is A. S. H. A. is the American speech and Hearing Association. They will have lots of information about language language development And how dolls can play a part in that as well. Well thank you very much for your call and your time and the new technique. I'm going to use them my next relationship uh-huh research. It don't even get confrontational like that. I don't never I know I don't know but it'd be fun though I've been more like it research it three hours. Now you'll probably you got me. You got me okay. Thank you thank you for the call just to have a good day. Yes yes you two. You're someone said you could take a stuffed animal teaching body parts perfect dog. Whatever all I'm saying is I don't think it's worth the fight as the parents right now? Have this fight when he's two or three. That's all when you know when you have five kids know that you're fighting for your son comes downstairs and says mom. Tom Dodd yelling so ever heard your Haitian sun comes downstairs okay. Cool thank you very much. Tell me something good. A real estate firm gave it's one hundred and nine hundred employees huge surprise like this'll be a life changing story life life changing thing to happen to anyone and how they surprised him as pretty cool. Amy Has that story next. Tell me something good. Tell me something good next on the bobby bones show. I'm Laurie Segal. And I spent the last decade reporting on technology I helped introduce the world to companies like instagram and Uber when they were just a handful of people and an idea interviewing interviewing founders like Mark Zuckerberg Jack Dorsey as their companies quite literally changed the world. But now I want to show you my silicon valley. It's a new weekly podcast series called called first contact with Lori. Segal first contact will give you what I like to call dinner. Table access to tech leaders how I see them human we'll have nuance and sometimes emotional. Oh conversations about US humans and technology and we'll tackle ethical issues of the future because these not complicated really quickly from engineers. CODING BOTTS TO SURF. If the dating APPs to intimate conversations with tech leaders first contact will bring you rare access to the billionaires and also the people on the fringes the ones that you may weird weird but I called the future listen to first contact with Lori Segal. That's on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Oh.

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"tom dodd" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"All kind of felt like I I throw my plastic into the blue container all good right that's not the recycle it's not be read in and we got to do more if passed the bill would create a timeline for companies to meet specific plastic reduction goals including an overall decrease of seventy five percent by the year twenty thirty well less than a month left of legislative session Gonzalez says she's hopeful her bill will get a vote I have one of the bills in my Appropriations Committee the other one is in the Senate appropriations I anticipate that hopefully that'll get to the floor the bill also create incentives for in state manufacturing using recycled materials Mike wants news ninety three point one KFBK Saturday makes the marks rather the fifth anniversary of the devastating earthquake near napa that killed one person and cost more than a billion dollars in damage California senator bill Tom Dodd represents the nafta region he says his communities become increasingly resilient saying the area has had a pattern of natural disaster since the nineteen sixties that being said he shed light on programs that all Californians should take advantage of it I think local tried to make sure that people know about earthquake insurance and the pretty simple programs that we have that'll help people before these earthquakes yet is is is is pretty important stuff the brace and bold program gives a three thousand dollar credit toward retrofitting your home for increased earthquake protection only those in certain zip codes in the right characteristics qualify for that program but you should look into it view county supervisor Doug teeter urging residents to be proactive as they look at planning for their homes in paradise either says residents can begin planning and don't have to wait for permits to be issued designer architect inch near you know getting their building permits isn't hi the back where he says changes are coming to the state of California so it might be a good idea to get those plans in place before new regulations are made mandatory California code going to change and one twenty usually things don't get easier they usually have more requirements but I would strive for under the current code and not waiting at all he says twenty twenty regulations would require solar a newly built homes this paradise officials are trying to see if new home builders will not be bound by that provision Mike baka news ninety three point one KFBK twenty one and a half million fake linked in accounts were either blocked or eliminated between January and June of this year that's according information from the networking platform in Sunnyvale they say ninety five percent of those accounts were blocked in the start up process never ever went live about two million accounts were taken down by the company thousands more taken off line after user complaints Lincoln says the use of human and artificial intelligence led to the discovery of the fake accounts well four oh seven coming up at four eleven athlete Ruthie Bolton that is going to be speaking tomorrow night at a free event will tell you about it coming up now we'll get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. K..

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"tom dodd" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on KGO 810

"To ask you a question about one of my recurring dreams which i haven't had any more in about forty years which is a good thing but i graduated from the university of detroit in nineteen seventy two i got a degree in broadcast journalism i needed one hundred twenty eight credits to do it i had one hundred twenty eight credits and i got my degree in helped along because i got four credits for working fulltime at a radio station in so the university had a working relationship if you had a job so i got my degree in four years as promised my father and everybody was happy all of a sudden lady i started having these dreams almost like nightmares that i didn't get my degree and i would wake up in a cold sweat going oh my god i'm credit short what did i do and then all of a sudden i realized it's dream giorgio k. i ended up having to sleep with my college diploma near the side of my bed so would i would have one of these recurring dreams i'd wake up and see by name university of detroit bachelor of arts hit down settle myself down but i must have had fifty of these dreams over a period of five years and then they abruptly stopped what happened right and because as i was saying you're you're working something out a solution to an issue even though you had those dreams over a period of five or six years each time you had them at the first level it was about something different so each time you had it and it's called a favorite expression and that picture of you feeling that you're one credit short and you don't have the degree that you know you have that you were saying something to yourself when you use that picture related to these different situations that happened and then you let go that favorite expression i'll give you a perfect example of that why what situation might trigger that dream okay from my four daughters i would say now that they're all adults i could say to you that if there's such a degree in parenting i must have it because i've been doing this for forty six years so i could say that i've got all my credits when it comes to parry you've got a p._h._d. parenting exactly but here i am and sometimes one of the daughters will do something and frankly i don't know what the heck to do i don't always know how to handle the situation and that's a scenario that could produce a dream like this where i say to myself hey wait a second p._h._d. aaron pain gear and i don't know what the heck to do i feel like i'm i'm shy credit here in my case what was it that spearheaded the dream initially in then why did it stop i mean i haven't had one in forty years i don't even i mean i do still look at my my bookcase where my diploma is chat it every once in a while memories but i guess we're having we're having a discussion about worth you know about tape abilities and accomplishments and all of us sometimes forget about how -ccomplish we are we don't always give ourselves credit i should add a caveat to this it'll help you understand the dream a little bit more when when i was nineteen years old i was working at a television station in detroit going to school full time during the day and then i got a job when i was twenty one as a radio reporter but they wanted me to work all kinds of hours what's meant a lot during the day and i couldn't because they had all these classes well they were going to tell me go you george you're going to have to go if you can't work if you can't work our hours and so i talked to my university counselor and he said take courses at night if they want you to work eighty nine percent of the time during the daytime take night courses you still get your degree you've got two more years to go george you'll get your degree in in you know four years total and i promised my father i would do that in i did in laney i gotta tell you i would come in at eight in the morning do my fulltime job as a radio reporter and then right after that i'd go to the university of detroit i'd go to school and i got my degree in four years by deb did not think i was going to and he was just obsessed with this thing happening in four years because he felt and he's from the us from the old country that if i didn't do it in four years i wasn't going to do it at all and i told him i would do it and sure enough i did and i think maybe that's one of the reasons why i wake up wondering if i had that degree excellent excellent so that you're talking about this conversation that you have with yourself about capabilities that's kind of what the discussion is about an i obviously you you came through it obviously just a dream you moved on to something else and it doesn't mean that there are days when you feel incapable but you use another image because that one you seem to have resolved that one win away your worth absolute i even kinda miss those dreams but they're gone yeah once you figure out what it is that you're saying to yourself the images have a habit of disappearing i guess the wavy unconscious works as it tries to find images that will that you can't figure out sort of part of the part of the phenomena of the unconscious and then of course i was taking a spanish course and i was getting a d. was very good at spanish and my professor felon broke his leg and so he would come into school with his crutches and his books and he dropped his books so every day after class i would take his books and carry them to his car for him i ended up getting a b. that's the way to do it never dropped about that one though but that seemed to work out to youth you think we can solve a lot of things in our dreams solutions yes i do and i'll use like five basic i should say fix basic points of entry like all them to call it a point of entry because you wanna think to yourself when you hear a dream how am i going to begin my line of questioning because it's not a psychic thing that i'm doing it's a psychological thing and so i don't know what your dream is about i have to ask you the right questions and you end up telling me what the dream is about there's a woman on it's just a one picture dream i i like these for the radio there's this woman who's dreaming that she's got a brand new puppy and she's so excited about the puppy that she puts it right on the table in front of her so there i level with each other and all of and she's just so happy the puppy so cute and all of a sudden poos all over her all over the table and all up and down for arms and she sounds like my producer tom dodd and so i used a feelings point of entry because what i noticed in the dream is she starts out so happy and excited and all of a sudden the dog poos everywhere so there's a shift in the feelings and i asked her what do you think happened in your life this week a situation that you started out being so excited about and now it's turned into a big mess and she knew the answer right away it was the job she got a brand new jobs that she was so happy about an after about two or three days there she realized the boss is a very abusive person and he was literally pulling all over her that was the feeling and that's why she used metaphor and so one of my favorite ways of finding a solution is to what i did with the freight elevator dream is to take the dream out to waking life and i asked her if you really had a new puppy and it really put all over you what would you do in waking life she said i would take it off the table and then i would clean it up and after further investigation we learned language it's all about the dreamers language i can't impress that enough upon you and so for this woman when she says take it off the table she means to say it's non-negotiable she when she's taking something off the table it's over deal and that's what she did she quit the job the next day and so you get the solution and it comes in the form of a metaphor and that's a great example of a person making a decision and now she would've left the job anyway by the way but maybe it would have taken her a month but because she understood the language of the metaphor and what she thinks of herself in the dream it pushes you to propel your problem solve adding skills because she quit that job the next day about that lady when we come back let's talk about some specific common dreams like nightmares we just talked about my recurring dream let's talk about when you see someone who has died in a.

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"tom dodd" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A question about one of my recurring dreams which i haven't had any more in about forty years which is a good thing but i graduated from the university of detroit in nineteen seventy two i got a degree in broadcast journalism i needed one hundred twenty eight credits to do it i had one hundred twenty eight credits and i got my degree in helped along because i got four credits for working fulltime at a radio station and so the university had a working relationship if you had a job so i got my degree in four years as promised my father and everybody was happy all of a sudden lady i started having these dreams almost like nightmares that i didn't get my degree and i would wake up in a cold sweat going on My god. I'm credit short. i do and then all of a sudden i realize it's a dream giorgio k. i ended up having to sleep with my college diploma near the side of my bed so when i would have one of these recurring dreams i'd wake up and see my name university of detroit bachelor of arts hit myself down but i must have had fifty of these dreams over a period of five years and then they abruptly stopped what happened right and because as i was saying you're you're working something out a solution to an issue even though you had the those dreams over a period of five or six years each time you had them at the first level it was about something different so each time you had it and it's cold a favorite expression and that picture of you feeling that you're one credit short and you don't have the degree that you know you have that you were saying something to yourself when you use that picture related to these different situations that happened and then you let go that favorite expression i'll give you a perfect example of that why what situation might trigger that dream from my four daughters i would say now that they're all adults i could say to you that if there's such a degree in parenting i must have it because i've been doing this for forty six years so i could say that i've got all my credits when it comes to parenting you've got a p._h._d. parenting exactly but here i am and sometimes one of the daughters will do something and frankly i don't know what the heck to do i don't always know how to handle the situation and that's a scenario that could produce a dream like this where i say to myself hey wait a second p._h._d. aaron gear and i don't know what the heck to do i feel like i'm i'm shy credit here case what was it that spearheaded the dream initially in then why did it stop i mean i haven't had one in forty years i don't even i mean i do still look at my my bookcase where my diploma is pecan at it every once in a while but i mean memories but i guess the we're having we're having a discussion about worth you know about capabilities and accomplishments and all of us sometimes forget about how accomplished we are we don't always give ourselves credit i should add a caveat to this it'll help you understand the dream a little bit more when when i was nineteen years old i was working at a television station in detroit going to school full time during the day and then i got a job when i was twenty one as a radio reporter but they wanted me to work all kinds of hours what's meant a lot during the day and i couldn't because they had all these classes well they were going to tell me the go you george you're gonna have to go if you can't work if you can't work are hours and so i talked to my university counselor and he said take courses at night if they want you to work eighty nine percent of the time during the daytime take night courses you still get you degree you've got two more years to go george you'll get your degree in in you know four years total and i promised my father i would do that in i did in laney i gotta tell you i would come in at eight in the morning do my fulltime job as a radio reporter and then right after that i'd go to the university of detroit i'd go to school and i got my degree in four years by dad did not think i was going to and he was just obsessed with this thing happening in four years because he felt and he's from the us from the old country that if i didn't do it in four years i wasn't going to do it at all and i told him i would do it and sure enough i did and i think maybe that's one of the reasons why i wake up wondering if i had that degree excellent excellent so that you're talking about this conversation that you have with yourself about capabilities that's kind of what the discussion is about an i obviously you you came through it obviously dream you moved onto something else and it doesn't mean that there aren't days when you feel incapable but you use another image because that one you seem to have resolved that one went away your worth absolute i even kinda miss those dreams But they're gone. once you figure out what it is that you're saying to yourself the images have a habit of disappearing i guess the way the unconscious works as it tries to find images that will that you can't figure out i can sort of part of the part of the phenomenon of the unconscious of course i was taking a spanish course and i was getting a d. was very good at spanish in my professor fell and broke his leg and so he would come into school with his crutches and his books and he dropped his books so every day after class i would take his books and carry them to his car for him i ended up getting a b. that's the way to do it never dropped about that one though but that seemed to work out to youth you think we can solve a lot of things in our dreams solutions do yes i do and i'll use flake five basic i should say fix basic points of entry like all them too and i call it a point of entry because you wanna think to yourself when you hear a dream how am i going to begin my line of questioning because it's not a psychic thing that i'm doing it's a psychological thing and so i don't know what your dream is about i have to ask you the right questions and you end up telling me what the dream is about there's a woman on it's just a one picture dream i i like these for the radio there's this woman who's dreaming that she's got a brand new puppy and she's so excited about the puppy that she puts it right on the table in front of her so there i level with each other and all of and she's just so happy the puppy so cute and all of a sudden poos all over her all over the table and all up and down for arms and she sounds like my producer tom dodd and so used a feelings point of entry because what i noticed in the dream is she starts out so happy and excited and all of a sudden the dog poos everywhere so there's a shift in the feeling and i asked her what do you think happened in your life this week a situation that you started out being so excited about and now it's turned into a big mess and she knew the answer right away it was the job she got a brand new jobs that she was so happy about an after about two or three days there she realized the boss is a very abusive person and he was literally pulling all over her was the feeling and that's why she used metaphor and so one of my favorite ways of finding a solution is to what i did with the freight elevator dream is to take the dream out to waking life and i asked her if you really had a new puppy and it really put all over you what would you do in waking life she fed i would take it off the table and then i would clean it up and after further investigation we learnt language it's all about the dreamers language i can't impress that enough upon you and so for this woman when she says take it off the table she means to say it's non-negotiable she when she's taking something off the table it's over deal and that's what she did she quit the job the next day and so you get the solution and it comes in the form of a metaphor and that's a great example of a person making a decision and now she would've left the job anyway by the way but maybe it would have taken her a month but because she understood the language of the metaphor and what she thinks of herself in the dream it pushes you to propel your problem solve having skills 'cause she quit that job the next day about that lady when we come back let's talk about some specific common dreams like nightmares we just talked about my recurring dream let's talk about when you see someone who has died in a.

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"tom dodd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A question about one of my recurring dreams which i haven't had any more in about forty years which is a good thing but i graduated from the university of detroit in nineteen seventy two i got a degree in broadcast journalism i needed one hundred twenty eight credits to do it i had one hundred twenty eight credits and i got my degree in helped along because i got four credits for working fulltime at a radio station and so the university had a working relationship if you had a job so i got my degree in four years as i promised my father and everybody was happy all of a sudden lady i started having these dreams almost like nightmares that i didn't get my degree and i would wake up in a cold sweat going oh my god i'm credits short what did i do and then all of a sudden i realize it's a dream giorgio k. i ended up having to sleep with my college diploma near the side of my bed so what i would have one of these recurring dreams i'd wake up and see by name university of detroit bachelor of arts hit settle myself down but i must have had fifty of these dreams over a period of five years and then they abruptly stopped what happened right and because as i was saying you're you're working something out a solution to an issue even though you had those dreams over a period of five or six years each time you had them at the first level it was about something different so each time you had it and it's called a favorite expression and that picture of you feeling that you're one credit short and you don't have the degree that you know you have that you were saying something to yourself when you use that picture related to these different situations that happened and then you let go that favorite expression i'll give you a perfect example of that why what situation might trigger that dream from my four daughters i would say now that they're all adults i could say to you that if there's such a degree in parenting i must have it because i've been doing this for forty six years so i could say that i've got all my credits when it comes to parenting exactly but here i am and sometimes one of the daughters will do something and frankly i don't know what the heck to do i don't know how to handle the situation and that's a scenario that could produce a dream like this where i say to myself hey wait a second i've got up aaron payne gear and i don't know what the heck to do i feel like i'm i'm shy credit here case what was spearheaded the dream initially in then why did it stop i mean i haven't had one in forty years i don't even i mean i do still look at my maya bookcase where my diploma is p every once in a while memories but i guess the we're having we're having a discussion about worth you know about a tape abilities and accomplishments and all of us sometimes forget about how we are we don't always give ourselves credit i should add a caveat to this it'll help you understand the dream little bit more when when i was nineteen years old i was working at a television station in detroit going to school full time during the day and then i got a job when i was twenty one as a radio reporter but they wanted me to work all kinds of hours what's meant a lot during the day and i couldn't because they had all these classes well they were going to tell me they'll go you george you're going to have to go if you can't work if you can't work are hours and so i talked to my university counselor and he said take courses at night if they want you to work eighty nine percent of the time during the daytime take night courses you still get your degree you've got two more years to go george you'll get your degree in in you know four years total and i promised my father i would do that and i did and laney i gotta tell you i would come in at eight in the morning do my full time job as a radio reporter and then right after that i'd go to the university of detroit i'd go to school and i got my degree in four years by dead did not think i was going to and he was just obsessed with this thing happening in four years because he felt and he's from the us from the old country that if i didn't do it in four years i was going to do it at all and i told him i would do it and sure enough i did and i think maybe that's one of the reasons why i wake up wondering if i had that degree excellent excellent so that you're talking about this conversation that you have with yourself about capabilities that's kind of what the discussion is about an i obviously you you came through it obviously dream you moved onto something else and it doesn't mean that there aren't days when you feel incapable but you use another image because that one you seem to to have resolved that one went away your worth absolutely i even kinda miss those dreams but they're gone once you figure out what it is that you're saying to yourself the images have a habit of disappearing i guess the way the unconscious works is it tries to find images that will that you can't figure out sort of art of the part of the phenomenon of the unconscious and then of course i was taking a spanish course and i was getting a d. wasn't very good at spanish and my professor felon broke his leg and so he would come into school with his crutches and his books and he dropped his books so every day after class i would take his books and carry them to his car for him i ended up getting a b. that's the way to do it never dropped about that one though but that seemed to work out to youth you think we can solve a lot of things in our dreams solutions yes i do like five basic i should say fix basic points of entry like call them and i call it a point of entry because you wanna think to yourself when you hear a dream hell am i going to begin my line of questioning because it's not a psychic thing that i'm doing it's a psychological thing and so i don't know what your dream is about i have to ask you the right questions and you end up telling me what the dream is about there's a woman on it's just a one picture dream i i like these for the radio there's this woman who's dreaming that she's got a brand new puppy and she's so excited about the puppy that she puts it right on the table in front of her so there i level with each other and all of and she's just so happy puppy so cute and all of a sudden poos all over her all over the table and all up and down her arms and like my producer tom dodd and so i used a feelings point of entry because what i noticed in the dream is she starts out so happy and excited and all of a sudden the dog poos everywhere so there's a shift in the feeling and i asked her what do you think happened in your life this week a situation that you started out being so excited about and now it's turned into a big mess and she knew the answer right away it was the job she got a brand new jobs that she was so happy about and after about two or three days there she realized the boss is a very abusive person and he was literally pulling all over her that was the feeling and that's why she used metaphor and so one of my favorite ways of finding a solution is to what i did with the freight elevator dream is to take the dream out to waking life and i asked her if you really had a new puppy and it really poodle over you what would you do in waking life she said i would take it off the table and then i would clean it up and after further investigation we learnt language it's all about the dreamers language i can't impress that enough upon you and so for this woman when she says take it off the table she means to say it's non-negotiable she when she's taking something off the team it's over deal and that's what she did she quit the job the next day and so you get the solution and it comes in the form of a metaphor and that's a great example of a person making a decision and now she went to left the job anyway by the way but maybe it would have taken her a month but because she understood the language of the metaphor and what she sings to herself in the dream it pushes you to propel your problem solving skills but she quit that job the next day about that laney when we come back let's talk about some specific common dreams like nightmares we just talked about my recurring dream let's talk about when you see someone who has died in a.

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"tom dodd" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"A question about one of my recurring dreams which i haven't had any more in about forty years which is a good thing but i graduated from the university of detroit in nineteen seventy two i got a degree in broadcast journalism i needed one hundred twenty eight credits to do it i had one hundred twenty eight credits and i got my degree in helped along because i got four credits for working fulltime at a radio station and so the university had a working relationship if you had a job so i got my degree in four years as i promised my father and everybody was happy all of a sudden lady i started having these dreams almost like nightmares that i didn't get my degree and i would wake up in a cold sweat going only god i'm credit short what did i do and then all of a sudden i realize it's dream giorgio k. i ended up having to sleep with my college diploma near the side of my bed so when i would have one of these recurring dreams i'd wake up and see by name university of detroit bachelor of arts hit in dallas settle myself down but i must have had fifty of these dreams over a period of five years and then they abruptly stopped what happened right and because as i was saying you're you're working something out a solution to an issue even though you had the those dreams over a period of five or six years each time you had them at the first level it was about something different so each time you had it and it's called a favorite expression and that picture of you feeling that you're one credit short and you don't have the degree that you know you have that you were saying something to yourself when you use that picture related to these different situations that happened and then you let go that favorite expression i'll give you a perfect example of that why what situation might trigger that dream from my four daughters i would say now that they're all adults i could say to you that if there's such a degree in parenting i must have it because i've been doing this for forty six years so i could say that i've got all my credits when it comes to parry you've got a p._h._d. parenting exactly but here i am and sometimes one of the daughters will do something and frankly i don't know what the heck to do i don't always know how to handle the situation and that's a scenario that could produce a dream like this where i say to myself hey wait a second p._h._d. aaron in gear and i don't know what the heck to do i feel like i'm i'm shy credit here will in my case what was it that spearheaded the dream initially in then why did it stop i mean i haven't had one in forty years i don't even i mean i do still look at my my bookcase where my diploma is p. chat it every once in a while but i mean memories but i guess we're having we're having a discussion about worth you know about tape abilities and accomplishments and all of us sometimes forget about how accomplished we are we don't always give ourselves credit i should add a caveat to this it'll help you understand the dream a little bit more when when i was nineteen years old i was working at a television station in detroit going to school full time during the day and then i got a job when i was twenty one as a radio reporter but they wanted me to work all kinds of hours what's meant a lot during the day and i couldn't because they had all these classes well they were going to tell me go you george you're gonna have to go if you can't work if you can't work are hours and so i talked to my university counselor and he said take courses at night if they want you to work eighty nine percent of the time during the daytime take night courses you still get your degree you've got two more years to go george you'll get your degree in in you know four years total and i promised my father i would do that and i did in laney i gotta tell you i would come in at eight in the morning do my fulltime job as a radio reporter and then right after that i'd go to the university of detroit i'd go to school and i got my degree in four years by dead did not think i was going to and he was just obsessed with this thing happening in four years because he felt and he's from the us from the old country that if i didn't do it in four years i was going to do it at all and i told him i would do it and sure enough i did and i think maybe that's one of the reasons why i wake up wondering if i had that degree excellent excellent so that you're talking about this conversation that you have with yourself about capabilities that's kind of what the discussion is about an i obviously you you came through it obviously dream you moved on to something else and it doesn't mean that there aren't days when you feel incapable but you use another image because that one you seem to have resolved that one went away your worth absolute i even kinda miss those dreams But they're gone. once you figure out what it is that you're saying to yourself the images have a habit of disappearing i guess the way the unconscious works as it tries to find images that will that you can't figure out could sort of part of the part of the phenomenon of the unconscious and then of course i was taking a spanish course and i was getting a d. was very good at spanish in my professor fell and broke his leg and so he would come into school with his crutches and his books and he dropped his books so every day after class i would take his books and carry them to his car for him i ended up getting a b. that's the way to do it never dreamt about that one though but that seemed to work out to us you think we can solve a lot of things in our dreams solutions do yes i do and i use flick five basic i should say fix basic points of entry like all them too and i call it a point of entry because you wanna think to yourself when you hear a dream how am i going to begin my line of questioning because it's not a psychic thing that i'm doing it's a psychological thing and so i don't know what your dream is about i have to ask you the right questions and you end up telling me what the dream is about there's a woman on it's just a one picture dream i i like these for the radio there's this woman who's dreaming that she's got a brand new puppy and she's so excited about the puppy that she puts it right on the table in front of her so there i level with each other and all of and she's just so happy the puppy so cute and all of a sudden it poos all over her all over the table and all up and down for arms and she sounds like my producer tom dodd and so i used a feelings point of entry because what i noticed in the dream is she starts out so happy and excited and all of a sudden the dog poos everywhere so there's a shift in the feeling and i asked her what do you think happened in your life this week a situation that you started out being so excited about and now it's turned into a big mess and she knew the answer right away it was the job she got a brand new jobs that she was so happy about an after about two or three days there she realized the boss is a very abusive person and he was literally pulling all over her that was the feeling and that's why she used this metaphor and so one of my favorite ways of finding a solution is to what i did with the freight elevator dream is to take the dream out to waking life and i asked her if you really had a new puppy and it really poodle over you what would you do in waking life she said i would take it off the table and then i would clean it up and after further investigation we learnt language it's all about the dreamers language i can't impress that enough upon you and so for this woman when she says take it off the table she means to say it's non-negotiable she when she's taking something off the table it's over done deal and that's what she did she quit the job the next day and so you get the solution and it comes in the form of a metaphor and that's a great example of a person making a decision and now she would've left the job anyway by the way but maybe it would have taken her a month but because she understood the language of the metaphor and what she thinks of herself in the dream it pushes you to propel your problem solve ving skills 'cause she quit that job the next day about that lady when we come back let's talk about some specific common dreams like nightmares we just talked about my recurring dream let's talk about when you see someone who has died in a.

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"tom dodd" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

15:31 min | 1 year ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"Students at all hallows might the sauna the cross in the name of the creator Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Instead of the traditional father, son, and Holy Spirit. Red Eye college has stripped, the word Lord from its praise is regarded throughout his mile milestone praise written specifically for use within college, do not refer to God as Milo fame, oh, said the principal, but Reta is a leading school for girls has commitment to using inclusive language. There are occasions where gendered language may be appropriate. Including references to special religious and biblical figures, sent Reiter tries to use gender neutral terms for gone, but still uses traditional praise such as Africa, which it said was the tickly appropriate for father's dying. While I you gentlemen. Would they do with Louis prayer because things doubts over L file? Well, they can change it. I mean if. Knows at creator creator. Well, too. Religion is always been a bit looney. And it's this is proving that they're gone completely, which we should be to surprise over the centuries. You know, they anything becomes on fashionable or inconvenient. They just change it. It's like it's like when was it a century or two ago when the pope decided that? Jesus Mary, mother of Jesus had physically ascended into heaven that wasn't part of their theology, until I think what hundred fifty two hundred years ago, something like that. So they make it up as they go along in this still doing Limbaugh was will limbo. Like the Limbaugh rock was applies. Where if you were to purgatory limbo is different packages. It resume in limbo. In the Catholic tradition was for babies who were born who he weren't toss. He went back Tom Dodd, but he died. I couldn't get a hill because hadn't committed any scene, but I couldn't get a hidden because the hen being baptized. So now in limbo in head to white until judgment die, and then I would be able to callup to heaven, but deserving. Nonsense really. They just they showing how ridiculous on now again yet again, by just changing it because it's inconvenient news. So I didn't read it, but there was quite there from law Shelton saying, you know, this is. Political correctness gone Manley's, right? But. Chine is if the attack is coming from answer. But it's actually from within this is all generated from within the religious groups should really be enjoying ninetieths have had no input into this at all. It's all come from within the religious. So that was an aunt. And of course, the detail eight made a to'real win on a better in the first paragraph. The editorial was the lightest rupture of political correctness. This dawn emanating from some of Queensland's Catholic girl schools is enough to make your full tea and as and pray for strength. At least they're into timing us. So there's some value in it. So that was that it was an article about the religious Discrimination Act. It's coming Senate now is littered with religious stuff and. We will get onto some of the fell out stuff that was there as well. What actually little be met full out, just little tidbits. And you know what you bet him. So you, we know he started off, as Buhlmann, then he moved to join a Pentecostal church, then he moved to hill song. And then had a dispute with the charismatic leader, Braun Houston. So for Lance father started his own church and it's cooled, the truth of Jesus cross chech-. And that's the way of filet out is preaching. His father's church. I like an to the free enterprise economic system. It's the free enterprise religion system in, if you don't like that particular brand, or that particular company, you start your own. Yes, as it's always been. Yeah. In Christianity, anyway, and as we know that hopefully, I think it's gonna come down to really employment law contr. Tracked law. And one of the interesting things is the apparently in those hearings Philander might admission that he knew that he's media post could offend people, and he also knew that it was likely to cost the IRA money because remember for lamb, I'd comments back in two thousand nineteen first rabbi knuckles. And at that time, apparently, there was a million air, private doughnut, cold pool sell teary. He was paying fell some way Iran two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year. A little biased top to his income to do what? A good football. And when he made those comments in two thousand eighteen that Dino rum, he pulled that an ISIS stopping Salaun knew that because of the comments he might into nineteen two hundred fifty thousand dollars. He knew if he made similar comments EMU striking rubbing union was going to lose sponsorship. So that'll come out in the hearing. See that makes me think that he was deliberately trying to get sect. Not too liberally sec, but he was he was witnessing for his beliefs. In the interview with I think I mentioned that previously, the religious groups actually campaigned against religious freedom laws is really interesting. So I've got a link here. Daily listener on four separate occasions. Knowing ninety four ninety eight two thousand and five and two thousand nine different laws of the proposed mostly in use have wiles and Zoll links in evidence to show that the religious groups fought vehemently against religious freedom. Laws that taunt. And now the times June in it seems to be because those particular was, we're going to treat all religions equally, and we're going to protect freedom from religion as much as freedom of religion and the religious groups didn't want the Santa that, but I think. I think they're gonna get a better deal on this occasion coming up. So do you think they're actually thinking that the getting a better deal, which they probably are? But do you think that they might men evasion? What do you think the might meditation is that they can see the were outings on the wall? I think nothing that a deal this chance on the Scott Morrison there. And I understand that, and I tend to agree with you. But I'm just wondering whether or not that is they mind motivation, whether they might have I is they understand that the communities against genuinely think they're entitled to Willie's, privileges, actually believe they saying, and they probably think that Scott Morrison is a genuine gift from God. It was a miracle. Part of their home. So the police system is that, that God rewards them because, you know, that's got will. And all that sort of bologna. Here's an interesting one that came from furious, which is the only nation or priding in UCF, wiles and listening Torah, given our successful in all the inches still waiting people volunteers. Tried to people, whatever who come into a school in Yussef wiles are required to show the principle. I working with children accreditation to make you that I've been convicted of some sort of nasty child sexual oil, something else, that makes him inappropriate so turns out that this one group of people one group who are not required to show, the principle, their accreditation, that work with children, and guess who was, it was the one group who would think would would not be given that privilege, but who is actually giving that privilege, the special religious education, people, exactly. And after the inquiry into institutional sexual abuse catch Sheldon, wouldn't you think they'd be the people that would absolutely need it? I presume would've thought. Sir. Prese clerics, pastors imams, rabbis, volunteer, sort of teachers who are providing religious instruction, especially religious education classes, as him Yussef files. Hon not required to show that they're safe to work with children to the principal. The required to have it through there. We're gonna Isan but the principal, I don't have to shout, he Molson. Yes. It's incredible. That's because we because we can trust their organizations to have done the right thing. That's, that's the policy. They know looking at the outcome of the Royal commission, you know because that would proven that you can't trust the Boston's of all the people it should be checked. Exactly. You think you check them? Incredible. So it's incredible. Sorry pool. Cut. You know. No, no. I was just going to say it goes back to what I said before, people assume if you're associated with church or religious body, your trustworthy. But of course, we know now they certainly not. And we picked up a couple of patrons one of whom was thought deal is now we have a general language warning on this program. If. 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Filbert glove commemorative about cruise around the South Pacific here. That'll that'll be. Twenty ninety five. Subscribe to a lotta news magazines Citron to provide you with this information in the night come cheap side. Thank you to the patrons for your support. Thank you very much. We do appreciate. We never mentioned the mule report, Trump. It's one of the things that we probably should have mentioned a lot more. And you would have seen in the news. He's currently visiting the economy had a very nice looking dinner with the Queen and her mom, but he didn't insult her. But he insulted, the Lord, Mayor of London deeds, and he'll say, fulsomely. Absolutely. And then he said he says, Boris Johnson. It'd be great prime minister thoughts of Jesus Christ is man has no clue. And as a, a very imminent American Akkad who I think spiced in the strategy, whose frequently on the ABC asked to give commentary about politics. And, and he said, Trump has totally trashed, what was a tradition of US presidents not. Offering an opinion on British politics. In other words, not interfering in their government system, or the. Is your? Well, you can say that. That's, that's tradition. That is with all. Democracy's. You don't comment on other countries democracy. We you certainly don't trash the lead night. You died, which is likely you publicly privately do, but the way he carried on with. Theresa May was absolutely disgraceful. Yeah. Anyway, just back to the Miller report in case, Liz, not, you haven't been keeping up with that, and you'll steadier war, cool at some stage, and I start talking about it and pretty much in six lawns. I think I can summarize what it was save. You having to read it. But basically the findings were that the Russians interfered in the election, that there was no conspiracy by Trump to work with the Russians. And mainly because he's underlings disobeyed Trump when he told them to work with the Russians. So he was signed gone down there and do that with these people just didn't do it. And that sort of disobedience of his underlings actually saved Trump from a conspiracy charge. The second part of the report questions, was there obstruction of Justice by Trump. In trying to obstruct the Mueller investigation in give facts, which are quite compelling decide side that he in fact Hedin, but I didn't come to the conclusion, what they did sign. What Mula said was that? If Trump was innocent of obstruction, then we'll it would have said, son, if he was guilty..

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"tom dodd" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Capper Mitchell launching new bus routes and frequency of bus stops hoping to reverse a decline in the percentage of ridership. Basically, they added a bunch of new bus stops. They eliminated ones that we're not very productive. And they've added some new shades at several of these new bus stops. And if you're a writer, and you're hoping that the bus is on time because you don't want to be sitting there in the heat. They've got the new shade. Instead of making sure the buses are on time. They had some awnings to protect from cut Todd and Don show dot com. Newsradio KLBJ. Good morning. I'm Eric Wykeham. President Trump traveling the Montana yesterday for a rally before taking off the president's spoke briefly with reporters then was asked if he believes missing journalist Jamal kashogi is dead. Certainly looks that way to me. It's very sad. Certainly looks our earlier this month kashogi, a critic of the Saudi government entered the Saudi consulate Istanbul Turkey to obtain a document he needed to get married. Never emerges still not definitively known what happened to him. Water flow from open floodgates may impact folks, go into the circuit of the Americas for this weekend's F one racing concerts flooding from the Colorado river could affect roadways leading to KOTA Travis county sheriff's deputies will be directing traffic as needs arise. The waterway a lake Austin and lady bird lake has been extended through noon Tuesday by interim Austin fire chief, Tom Dodds, this applies to all creeks and the Colorado river downstream of the Longhorn dam. Your KLBJ radar weather. Watch a flash flood watch in effect through seven pm, expect some rain and a high of sixty six. Austin news on demand. Newsradio KLBJ dot com. Listen,.

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"tom dodd" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"What's the poll question? What are the results thus far are Democrats racist? Yes. I mean, how else could you can you interpret the the way they're treating Kanye west for Ed? That's ninety seven percents say, yes. Yeah. Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two. Joe you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Joe? Hey, captain, this Fall River mayor situation is is what winning is all about. Because Trump before the judges that are throwing this guy into labor. But it also says a lot about the people of Fall River. You know, what did you say about the people of Fall River? They reelected this guy. They are dumb as rocks. Am I right? There's a book by well. I believe you know. But Joe, I mean, this guy you can't blame this guy totally on Democrats because he he gave money to Charlie Baker. He's got a million pictures. We tweeted out a bunch of today with the Republican governor the Republican Lieutenant governor. I mean, he's he's just a crock. I mean, I think he's kind of it's a by. This is a bipartisan scandal, the Fall River mayor, isn't it? Is a book by shankman? This Jewish fella. It's called just how stupid are we in? That tells you how stupid the people in Massachusetts. Hey, you know. Again, Joe's calling from Connecticut. I mean, wh who was the who is the mayor in was it Bridgeport who went to prison for awhile, and he got out, and then he and then he was reelected to to the to the mayor's job. I mean, you had you had Tom Dodd who was who was a crock and was basically thrown out of the US Senate, and then the voters in Connecticut, re elected his son who was a boozing drinking buddy of of Ted Kennedy's mean voters in every state make stupid decisions. I'm not I'm not defending this guy Korea. He he's he seems like a real real dope. And. This is the way this is the way it works. You how many scams are going on in the world. This guy said that he apparently there were rumors down and Fall River that this guy the mayor Korea who's who was invited. Today's B's he appeared in court earlier this afternoon in Boston. Apparently one of the people he ripped off with somebody in his family. And then some of the other people he ripped off. They started going. Hey, pal. Where's my money? I you know, I invested in this app that you're making. And you know, what he did he gave them jobs at city hall. I mean again, it's. It's mostly Democrats that are doing this in the urban areas. But it's not just Democrats say Republicans would do the same thing. Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two wreck your next with how we are. Go ahead. Rick. Hey, Ali back to you. Your little fed episode. And that's the dot us. All a favour from God. Call your paper boy some journalism. Let's think about it. The head of the fed is what probably former head of Goldman Sachs. Currently, I don't know. This is Ben Burtt Burnett. Is it Powell Jerome Powell what's his background? He's been gone for a long time. I saw a headline with his name edited the Wall Street Journal today, and that's why I was thinking of Burnett. These are all stock market New York City, New Jersey us, you think Republicans? That is asking for the democrat party is just another way, you know, Jerome Powell he was appointed. Obviously by President Trump. He went to Princeton, and he served as under of the treasury for domestic finance under George Hw Bush in one thousand nine hundred ninety two he is a Republican Rick. I, you know, I I know that you know, rush was sort of floating the same conspiracy theory a couple of hours ago, but I I don't know. But. He was saying that this is this the October surprise for the Democrats, especially now that they're back on their heels after the Brett Kavanagh disaster for them. And I I don't know. I'm not I'm not sure I'm going to. I'm going to say right now. I don't I don't think it's a it's a deep state conspiracy. That's that's my own personal belief. I I could maybe I'm wrong. I don't know eight four thanks for the call. Rick eight four four five hundred forty two forty two somewhat says what a what about the buddy CNC in? Marion berry meeting crooked mayors. Well, buddy, CNC you may recall in providence. He what the prison twice. He started out as a Republican. So that that that proves my point, you know, it's not just Democrats Marion berry on the other hand, he was a democrat. But. You know, was he crooked or was he out of control crooked because he was a democrat or because he was a crack addict. I you know, again, I'm not I'm not trying to minimize what he did. He was a horrible person. But I think it was probably more the drugs than the party affiliation. He. If you have somebody who's in control of a large amount of money, and they have a an addiction chances. Are there's going to be a big problem. You know? Chances are and chances are it's going to happen sooner rather than later. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two by the way, Christopher Steele has broken his silence. Remember, Christopher Steele. He's the one who can compile the dodgy dossier. He made it all up. He's a rabid anti-trumps there. He's an alleged former British spy JAMES BOND. He's like JAMES BOND if JAMES BOND never left, his flat in Oxford or Cambridge at just at just you hadn't been to why hadn't been to any of the places where JAMES BOND weather's a secret agent at at least twenty five years. So he was apparently named as by Vanity Fair magazine. Again, one of these magazines who knew it was still publishing right? He was included on their twenty eighteen new establishment list. So he wrote to the new editor not Graydon Carter has been succeeded by Radhika Jones. She's another just a moon bat used to work for the New York Times. So he he wrote back to her. And then then the the the Email he sent her was was obtained by ABC news. Another a another organ of the alt-left media. So this again, the guy who made up the dodgy dossier, which has caused so much problem. And it's totally fictitious. Totally unproven. Many many errors everybody who credited is being sued in in multiple countries for for libel, and slander, it's all Bs. So this is what he said to the editor of Vanity Fair one. This is one Moonbat speaking to another in these strange and troubling times, it is hard to speak unpalatable truths power. But I believe we all still have a duty to do. So he's so brave. He was paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to Sipa brandies Alexander and make this crap up. It's hard to speak unpalatable truth to power is. He is it hard. Christopher Steele to speak unpalatable lies the power because that's what's in the dodgy dossier. I salute those on your list. This is the new establishment west I salute those on your list, and otherwise who have had the courage to speak out over the last year often at great personal cost. At a time when governance is so distorted and one-sided as I believe it currently is in the United States. The media has a key role to play in holding it accountable, by the way, this guy supposed to be this wonderfully educated guy went to Oxford or Cambridge. He doesn't know that media is plural. What did he go to the same school as that? The teacher the special needs teacher in in Minnesota who didn't know how to spell who's. The media has a key role to play in holding it accountable. How about how come the one's holding Christopher Steele accountable for taking money from Hillary Clinton to invite to write a string of thirty thirty five pages of lies about Donald Trump and his campaign. What is it? Christopher Steele, come to the United States and testify under oath as to the as to the source or sources of his material. And does he really believe that Donald Trump paid Russian prostitutes to had to? Urinate on beds, where the Obamas once slept and also what kind of work was he doing with Oleg der pasta. Yeah. All their their pasta. The the the Russian oligarch who when he was approached by the FBI agents, the FBI agents asked him is there anything to this secret dossier? You know, what he did he laughed in their faces? And you know, what you know, what you know, what his reward is. Now, they're coming down hard on him. They just the government just the government of the United States just seized his his townhouse in New York City. He's a billionaire you can afford it. But that's his punishment for going up. There's so you could say Oleg pocket spit spe spoke more truth to power against the deep state. Then Christopher Steele ever that. Yes. The aluminum magnate is the victim here. Just had all of his he I he couldn't get into the country. And now now they've seized Oliver's property. So he he's a victim in some sense. What what is Christopher Steele? What what prices he paid eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. I'm Howie Carr. He's the guru of. Yes. We.

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"tom dodd" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"He ran for governor himself and lost i believe we should note if we should note that he dispatched two very prominent democrats chester bowls and tom dodd who both went on to great things and there was and there was even i in primary we a convention idea was as sort of dui we defeat truman kind of thing i think we're a local newspaper said something like all we've sent the academic pack act to the groves of academe but in fact he had they were premature and he is he had grabbed the nomination but then he lost but he was still the lieutenant governor and the governor i'm forgetting who it was zuma's baldwin a c and this is this is very impressive but he resigned and so my wilbert snow was governor of connecticut for eight days and every tight we're living in connecticut now and every time we drive through hartford i will point out to my six year old and my fouryearold and my eighteen months old the capitol dome and i'll say for eight days our family ruled all kind of reshaped the future of connecticut promet did in when those they called them eight days that shook the world so uh my read of it and correct me if i'm wrong is that if you were to translate him into the modern context he would have been sort of a bernie sanders type characters that fair i think that's fair he was he was pretty liberal but he was also sort of a species that doesn't mean it's a political species that doesn't exist anymore this this sort of old stock new england on kind of romantic intellectual politician i mean sanders is a variation on it but there's not the work the world has changed i think and it's hard to say i mean he was you know he he was a transcendental est i would say in sort of his religious views he had some kind of protestant upbringing and his family had lots of ministers and the family.

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"tom dodd" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

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"tom dodd" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

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"tom dodd" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"Show let's aboard him right back play your way at triangle billiards the feel good games destination shipping is free with your order of fifty dollars or more so go to triangle billiards dot com today or call eight six six nine four one 25 64 chris the north this is not tom alike is show my way one i be internet's number one calling you you might get them out what drew you you were duly under the cia mike is show this is where you yours law monday little friday creepy ah bruce hitherto on six pm eastern flop twenty four seven a tom dodd feel you've been pure are what our free app yet another beyond flu he added a google blood organic tom everywhere die tom ever you way bob thaw thank you for tuning in banks for being part of obama obree here we are together again you me man another there's for the wild wide open falls all the tom ideas show at having goes hear anything at all we get died about anything that's on your mind the enemy we discuss double shield as wink and evening you big we should have dug about callup yell scream go blamed your bubba down he told fair game as long as you are absolutely faz living if you're not we kigura as the hell while the telecom it could be simpler all you need to do is call this number there 9'0 one three thousand todd that charred tell about the upper 9'0 one three thousand tom come on boards 9'0 one three thousand eight six six here comes the aditya los angeles area round the tom like it show hello hello tom a longtime listener first time caller uh hope you're doing amazing gets i do care halfcarried and we'll continue to care uh let me just an honor to speak with you yeah can you uh you've been a big influence on my life i was little kids i've been listening since i was like.

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"tom dodd" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"tom dodd" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

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