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"uncle larry" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Fighting wherever you are enjoying whatever you can. And i've been wanting to talk about this for a few days now because As i started off earlier in the week. I i i informed you that. The left is literally performing psychological warfare on us in basically. Whether it's you know you'd think of the january six Mostly peaceful protesters were. They have Indefinite confinement all these tactics strategical tactics. They use isolation and all this kind of stuff to to inflict a psychological torture on. Soldiers may do it in the battlefield when we're dealing with enemies and stuff like that. They're using that same type of stuff on us they literally are but how do we stop tyranny from occurring in our own home state while it's funny. There was an article from the guardian. And it's called how to survive tyranny and with and the guardian for those of you that know the guardian is no right wing paper there. They they they they go left but there's ten pieces of advice. They give from turkey because they were seeing this change in Received berta one. Who came in this guy that was all you know. This guy was going to be a great guy who's going to be a great president and slowly but surely over time he's becoming a nuisance essentially he's become a dictator in short order in so journalists. That were weren't round up. We're starting to write about this. In warn people about this and they try their best to make comparisons to to donald trump. No doubt they were hearing the lefties at the guardian anyway. But here's some of the things that they said. And i really think they apply. I think they apply to to to bite him. And the goal is to the first thing you do is to head off the threat at the onset. so prevention is always better than then the cure concerning tyrants so the moment you notice your government is using any form of of hate speech to debase anyone. We gotta step up to the plate the other day and now i forget the name of the website but when julie kelley was on there is a a website that you can go to to donate to Those families that have been impacted by becoming joe biden's political prisoners. A of these prisoners are or were were treated unfairly in the justice. System may has become a two-tier justice system. And i don't want to run away from that. You know that may be crazy. Uncle larry or crazy on t. one. I don't know but the bottom line is a lot of these people are being held unfairly. They're not being given a fair shot in our justice system. So i think. That's why i have julie kelley on every week because i believe it's up for It's to all of us to speak out against that stuff because the left would do that to any one of us. Destroy our our livelihoods. I mean. that's what they're doing. One of the cases that we talked about was a gentleman a gentleman whose life was told. Thank you patriot. Freedom project dot com patriot freedom project dot com but one other gentleman. He went to washington. Dc took a little thing pepper spray with them on his key chain or whatever in case anti for 'em were right there you know and all that kind of stuff. He went into the capitol building with it. They try to frame this. Put this brian sick nick death on them which we all know. The guide died of a stroke not by chemical irritants. Not baie of a fire extinguisher. Being smashed upon his head. But when we see stuff like this. I feel like it's up to us to step up. So they're debasing a certain group of people that are debasing trump supporters. And you have to become comfortable with speaking out and when i say trump supporters it's just republicans in general. It's people its conservatives. It's people that have That embracing judeo-christian Value system so prevention is always the best cure. Step up now why you can step up and get an involved in whatever fights you can whether that's on a local level whether that's just opening your mouth whatever it may be and i wanna make something clear because the left always talks about trump being a dictator or you know people in the right being a dictator. They call george w bush a dictator never mind the fact that the white house is working with these big tech organization. Social media companies in order to silence. No they're not dictators but donald trump was. Let me tell you why. Donald trump was not a dictator donald trump regardless of what you may think protect their free speech. Did he say some. Create create things sometimes on twitter. Yes he did but he embrace free speech. He supported the second amendment. You know what dictators never do. They never support their citizens owning guns. Donald trump did he deregulated. He cut taxes. Dictators don't cut taxes to put money back in your pocket. Dictators don't deregulate..
"uncle larry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Um You know what you were just doing right now is why I called originally And that was because I've heard you talk a bunch of times about Old radio and icons. You know people in the business? Yes, sir. But I've never heard anything mentioned about Dick beyond the WLS. Dick Beyond Eea wls in Chicago, right, WLS Uncle Larry Little Tom. Right? Uh huh. Yeah. What would you want to talk about with Dick? Well, he just I think he pretty much established the the pattern Kind of like the Lenny Bruce of radio. He he established a pattern of being unpredictable and crazy and got fired a bunch of times like, say, Rush Limbaugh, Right? Well, he was a point. I mean, this. You're talking about a guy dick beyond the many people may not even know, but you know, this is a guy who was credited As the first disc jockey in the United States to play, uh, to play the Beatles on WLS first guy to play it. I mean, I think it was, Please, please. Me, probably. I don't know. But that's what I know about the man. I probably know more about Uncle Larry. Little Tom. But yeah. I mean, dick is a legend. Obviously. Yes, Please, please. Me. I just looked it up it is. Please, please. Me February of 63 8 90 A m and, uh, on wls. Pretty good memory, huh? Yeah. Very good. Where are you from? Chicago or I'm from New Orleans. Okay? You grew up listening to Dick Biondi. Well, I spent time in Chicago..
"uncle larry" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You can't buy am 6 40. It's Conway show The 10 Freeway remains closed. It is Shut down, man. It's over on their cars sitting there. I'd like to be the first car in that line. You're like, three seconds away from getting back past that and finishing the rest of your night. I would not be able to handle this situation at all. I would go out of my friggin mind, right? Look. And if there was if there was absolutely nothing to eat, Would you eat like a burger? Would you eat like a steak or no bacon? I would just start really. And I'd probably pee on the side of the freeway to see that's not good for you. I don't like strict anything. You know, Like, I don't like people Just eat meat. I don't like people just I'm better. You know, push comes to shove. Let's say you're out, uh, stranded on a boat, right? And I, You know there's no food. And your uncle Larry. Was one of the 10. People on the boat. He died. You wouldn't need him. That's a big negative. No. What if he was a vegan? I still wouldn't eat him. Yeah, he isn't that meeting years. Oh, yeah. And you still wouldn't need it, would you? It's grass fast, Doc. What's wrong with you? Belly? Oh, I always thought that'd be a great scene in a movie. Where you know, Uncle Larry dies and everybody's eating him. And then all of a sudden, the Coast Guard shows up and everyone's like, Wow, It's so good. They even the Coast Guard's there, There's keep eating him. Yeah, right. Like it's a buffing great like the Coast Guard's like, Wow, Can you pass me the leg is that it's pretty good. I like this. Did this Uncle Larry, you're reminding me that I need to keep a vegan protein bar in my purse at all times, just in case of a situation like this, so I won't start or a vegan shake or something. Which I have every night. Yes. What's what's in a vegan shape? Well, the one that I have. It has 20 G of protein. So it has a lot of Veggie powder and fruit powder, and I don't know it has kale, powder and P powder and I'd have to look at the rest of the ingredients and it's chocolate. It's delicious. Right? Um, would you lead? Um, like, do you drink just regular water. Oh, yeah. Or bottled water? No, I do regular water because there's little tiny particles of meat. And no, I have a filter in my house. So I I Yeah. Okay. I put I fill up my water bottle with because in L A in L. A is a little higher than most places. You know, it's like one part per billion. Yeah, I've never heard of that before. In l A. It's 22%. Really? I geez, I kind of a news person. Um, I have never heard of meat in the water. It was like it was a quarter meat now. All right, Well, then I'm gonna have to. Ah. Bad fives, man are Christopher Plummer died upon me out, You know, sound of music. Remember that, right? Yeah, that would have sounded music. One of the greatest movies I ever saw in my life. My mom took me to the movie theater. And we watched it on the big screen. And it was just, uh, just a sensational Louis. Unbelievable, And he's passed away for most of his 70 years. So your career, Christopher Plummer split his time appearing on stage and in film with some TV work in there as well. His most famous of roles. Captain von Trapp 1960 five's The Sound of music propelled him to worldwide stardom. You mean to tell me that my Children have been roaming about Salzburg dressed up in nothing but some old drapes. Canadian born Christopher Plummer had been a Broadway actor before his career exploded when he started. You know, it's been a while since I've seen since I've looked at sound of music, but was he had was a Nazi No, he was not a Nazi. I prefaced with with it's been a while. No, I got you. I mean, it's I could be wrong. I don't think so. It's been a long time since I've seen it. I've seen it a bunch of times, but not in the past decade. Probably What's your favorite sound of music? Mondo your big music? What's your favorite sound of music song? Like the hills are alive or Yeah, that was great. That was awesome. We should do it. Where? At the end of every show. We should play this song and upset. He's not being up to say good. Good. Thank.
"uncle larry" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Mayor of New Lex to W G N Tim Baldermann. Hello, Tim. Hello, Mr Mayor. Good afternoon, John. How are you? I'm good. How you doing? I'm doing well, and I'm sure this isn't the first time you've heard it. But being a kid it was born in the sixties. I pleasure to talk to you. You were my first deejay only had an AM radio in the early seventies, and it's just a thrill for me to be on here. Oh, thank you very much, you know? It was fortunate. There was only a M radio then because gosh knows what would have happened if we had all the competition out there now. Um well, let me tell you what would happen. You and Uncle Larry would have still been number one. So works for me very much. Now, let's get I appreciate that. And I hope the boss is listening. So Noone is preparing for the Halloween celebration in the wake of covert 19. A lot of talk about what to do or what not to do. And what did you guys come up with? Well, you know, we addressed it. We want to get on and er leaders quite a bit of discussion in our community and social media in particular about you know, column ng better not be canceled, or it better be cancel that sort of thing. So rather than have that fester, we came up with a plan that we think works for everybody way are going to do a few things one. We've got our normal trick or treat hours and on Saturdays by ordinance there always from 3 p.m. to 17, but for those people that are concerned About the little ones come into their house or about the virus. We're doing a few other things. We're gonna have a small event in our common center that's going to be spread out. There's going to be scarecrow decorations throughout our large Commons area where parents Khun bring kids in their costumes to see that and then they'll get a bag of candy for their kids from the village that was packed by our staff only touched by our staff with gloves and masks, So it's safe for the one Who don't want their kids out trick and training. We've also come up with a universal sign that people can hang on their door. Just politely saying, Please, you know, don't knock on her door, another, in other words, saying, I've got concerns. We really don't want trick or treat hours to come to our house. So is for the people who are going out Turkey treating they can just walk on by, so we're not having any confrontations on infant local. I hope it works for everybody, and then we have a local sign company. That's donating the heart signs to the village for free for all of our residents that want them that can put him in the yard, saying trick or treating is welcome here, so it tries to address everybody's concerned since and still let the kids have fun from those that want to participate. Yeah. And I thought yesterday they thought occurred to me that you know the concern about masks and Halloween is all about masks, not call me, master. But you know masks and there should be some sort of way to combine the both. But I don't know what it is. But when you say mask at Halloween, you know that's what you think of And masks are in the everyday. I don't know, maybe a mask with a pumpkin on it. I really don't follow up. It was just a thought. Thank you so much for I hope everything works out there in New Lenox. I think it will. We've got a great community of evidence respectful of each other. So for those who have concerns about it as they should, we're addressing them for those who want to practice. We're just asking them to practice safe. We will have a great time, but just do it in a safe and respectful manner. Thank you so much for being with us have a great day. Thanks, John. You too. Take care. Thanks. I like that idea of a universal sign that you can print off the computer and put on your door. A good move for 43 7 20 w g N time to get the weather and the traffic here is Mary Sunny and 79 tonight. Clear, Low 58 warm and breezy forward tomorrow with a high of 83. Eden's in good shakthi up on Kennedy a little bit slow into Nagel inbound. Just delays from North Avenue. The Indian Eisenhower from 3 90. 42 minutes, same heading outbound outbound side. Of the Stevenson to the tri state about 38 minutes. Dan Ryan in pretty good time. Now the I 80 eastbound at center Watch for an accident. Also South Loop, Stillson police activity. Roosevelt and Halstead. A merry band valves in the attic Traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. News Nation is on every night at 7.
"uncle larry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Way we're talking about the unfortunate news that car dealer Bob Gorman has passed away at the age of 87. We all know those commercials. Anybody that grew up in India for any length of time, especially back in the day knows Bob Norman. My name is Nigel. It's Jason Amarone. There and we were talking about some of the other famous local celebrities slash spokespeople from Indiana that we we should all know what were some of the ones we came up with. We came up with the Dons guns, of course, dons guns. See the best is the best known one. I think he's probably the best known one. We had old Dave needs the money that he needs the money. Ah, You have the Vince Gainey. Marvin Johnson. Commercial lock, Sir. The boxer Fame blossom Chevrolet Lonely. They're good people. Remember all these. Did we ever get the Watson's girl? I mean, she she could be more well known than dons guns very much sensibly, and she's our pal, too. She's been really cool, Jennifer. I just posted on our Facebook and Twitter. She post. Watson's career was in the short lived Hammer and Nigel Show billboard that we had up and she also has a cameo is like the hot chick downtown in our top gun Parretti. We did with scooters about that last summer. Oh, man, So I got that on Facebook and Twitter right now at Hammer and Nigel Missing anybody else. Jennifer, the Watson's girl. Let's see. Nobody did you really do? Yeah, we've got we've got that Patterson. Let's see. We got crazy Mickey, the beeper King. Um so, yeah, we're forgetting somebody, by all means, his beam or right, And this has to be like a local deal to somebody asked us about these were all your commercials con. I don't remember any Stanley, Conn. Commercials accepted his the Afro. Yeah, going. How did awesome froze? But what you see with some of these attorneys is that it's the actors and they're just reading the name of the law firm. But it's the same. Same spot in every state. Like if you go down to Florida, you're going to see the Cohen and Cohen They mean business. Just like the teller and Keller here. Exact same commercial. Exact same actors. Just a different name. How interesting. You know how that worked out about that. Dude, I'm has your last name. The hammer. Yeah. Yeah, we'll hear my that's about, you know, truck accidents and stuff like that, right, right. Show me your driver's license. Skippy didn't say hammer on my mind as I wonder where he is based out of. I'm not sure not sure s Oh, yeah. At Hammer and Nigel, Check out the old Hammer and Nigel show billboard we did of the top gun video. And please keep the names coming of local commercials. You remember local camera? Okay? I just making sure because I had somebody text me about local celebrities in general like cowboy Bob in sanitary, that sources that's something different. Local TV shows. We played different, Okay. Talk about local commercials. Um, take a dub. Let's do a quick round of booze, new set a month and I'll knock them back, Lloyd. One luxury booze news comes now. I know we have, like the official booze news music, But for this, Kyle, I'm gonna have you fade this out because I need I need some proper mood music from 1994. Snoop Dogg's Jenna juice. The reason we're playing this Is that he finally got his own brand of gin. After all these years, I've been waiting for all these years. It's called in DA Go. I n d O g o Doug Oh, Jin, and it's billed as quote. The ultimate remix of seven premium botanicals infused with all natural strawberry flavor. I think he's been been concentrating Maurine the past 25 years on, we'd probably right. Jenna Juice was a popular song, but it seems like that's more his thing. Yeah, the marriage I wanna Yeah. If you had to ask somebody what Snoop Dogg's vice you're probably going to get the answer of weed more than you're going to get booze because even though he is rolling down the street smoking spoken, he had a gin and juice. But it seemed like it was just an accessory to that trip. It was all about the smoke. The gin and juice just happened to be. Ah, happy accessory on that didn't know Tony Cats had his own. Whiskey out recovery, righ. I'm looking at this right now. How did we not? We talked to Tony earlier this week. I wish he would have mentioned it. Hey, says he's been working on this project since March. He developed this rye whiskey to support Hospitality workers in Indiana who have lost their jobs due to Kuroda virus. And I guess a portion of every bottle goes to the Indian, a restaurant Lodging association. You can buy this at local restaurants and liquor stores and a portion of proceeds go to that recovery efforts. So that's pretty cool. That's what I want to know more about that. We need to get a bottle in here. We need to put the pressure on T k that next time you actually come to work. Bring a bottle with you. I will make a generous donation. I will donate as well because Some more booze news here. The Busch beer for dogs is completely sold out. Forget about this. Bush here for dog story. We did this. About what? Last week both news out that Busch beer and everybody say it with me, Bull. Busch Beer had come out with a brand of beer for your dog. Now you could drink it as well. But it's safe for your dog to drink. It also did was put bone broth in a can and label it a beer. You know, beer for dogs, right? But it's popular and it's sold out quickly. It was the Fastest moving Bush product that they have available. I want to try it. I don't know I'm not above trying. I remember being ah, caught in the closet when I was a little kid munching on a dog food and my uncle Larry caught me goes. What are you doing? I guess said eat dog food. It tastes great. He goes. It's dog food, you moron Cow When you post this online, I want you to label it as Nigel talks about being in the closet, said Pantry three remembers where we get the dog. Did the sage advice of Uncle Larry finally get you out of Because I'm still in? I'm still in and I am still eating dog food. I think it sounds fantastic to be that dude. Who just ties one on with your dog, right? You're such a lonely bastard. You're drinking heavily. Does you and your dog watching Cobra Kai on Netflix? That's what life's all about. The hammer and Nigel Show top stories. Air next. It's Jamie. Progressive Number one number two employees leave a message..
"uncle larry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Edmonds and we have stepping in Angela on the panel today. We're talking with Rene, who had for a number of years of problem with opioids, and she is still with us and We were talking during the break, and you know what? I wish you could stay with us during the break because we're conversation continues here, but we were talking about another drug. That's just as bad or some of us feels just is a big debate, Frank Way debating over here, so we are and that's what you missed. You missed this debate. Alcohol is also a drug that that's that's a big, big, big problem. Is that right? Angela? Yes, alcohol still kills more than all other drugs used combined. We talked about the opioid crisis. But actually in 2017 more people died of alcohol use disorders related death and is alcohol. A gateway drug like they say marijuana is a gateway drug. Absolutely Most people start with alcohol is that when they're when they're little, they raid their parents. It's easy to obtain. It's legal. And it's socially acceptable. It doesn't have the stigma that opioid use disorder has. It only has a stigma. When it becomes a problem. It does, and then it's not handle very well and then you have to go through. You know just the judgment of your family and then But we forget how we got to do this pathway when you know. Hey, let's do some social drinking with our 13 and 14 year old in all of a sudden We have this huge. Issue a 24 year old that is drinking excessively, and then they can't yet and they're not managing and people say, Well, where could we have stopped? Where could we have done differently? I think that is that that's not the time for is about treating. And it's about the time that, you know. Hey, we need to actively help this person get into recovery and they're different types of recovery and we can talk about that. But I'm really anxious to talk to Rene. About. You know, how has this affected her child who? What Family member gave her that type of support? Because I think this is important for our callers to hear how she felt supported if she did feel supported, Renee, I know you're on the line there. Did you hear all of of Karen's questions she has for you? Yes, I did. Speaking of my daughter, I agree that this is definitely a family dynamic going on it affect everybody from the top to the bottom. Umm, my family. I had to make a clear decision that my family was Toxic as talked to me as I was to them, so I would continue to take my daughter to family functions, but I would take her and drop her off or have somebody come pick her up and take her to the functions. Because I could not feel Celebratory or I wouldn't feel comfortable and it would. It would set off a lot of things, a lot of triggers that I wasn't willing to address and so rather than have my daughter not have a family life I recognized it was my problem, and I had to work on it. So I was able to separate that and gave my daughter a good sense of family that everybody has problems. But everybody worked him out and everybody works together. Do you recognize that your family was a trigger that when you from the very beginning Well from the Yes, Definitely. I was the black sheets and a funny thing. My mother actually moved in with me last week. After all of this, I have a home and she's gotten to the point where she's getting a little forgetful and Different medical things and I'm able to open my house to my mother and have her move in and that would have never happened. Had not stayed in my program and stayed with My counseling and stay with the people who know were willing to watch my back and pulled me up when I need it to be false and Tell me that I was doing good when I was doing good and not set me up to fail and not making realistic. No expectations. I mean, you can't My problem didn't start in a day, and it wasn't gonna end in a day. And now I know that every day I worked on it. I worked on it. I worked on it. I get stronger for more. Question at our program, you know, like Karen was saying The problem is very often systemic and families and we do have mothers. Daughters. Fathers come to treatment together, which is a great thing. But what types of conversations are you having with your daughter to try to negate that at this point? Okay, so as far as drug so, yes, my daughter has been recessed with drugs since she was born. So we've gone. She's understood that she was born into the She's susceptible to alcohol and drug abuse. Even when she thinks about doing it. It's just her husband. Might. My her father and myself are both, you know, were practicing addicts and alcoholics. I actually never call myself an alcoholic because I couldn't drink more than two beers or a glass of wine. But that would kick me into what I would look for my Drug of choice. Okay, so I actually am an alcoholic and an addict. I think that you know, Rene is the thing that you hear that getting people substance free. Is the quality of the program. And next with that natural support really, really kicks in. And so, for instance, I want to give an example Frank if you were struggling with Alzheimer's And you saw the end. Your wife saw you struggling with Alzheimer's, and you kept on going to different programs that were not giving you the program medication that wasn't teaching her how to How to manage you was and you saw just a decline and they weren't and it wasn't any type of improvement. We all know we will all sit up here and we will say Okay, Frank changed the program. Family members don't do that now and recovery. So Renee found a program that treated her with dignity. And when she found that program that treated were herded Riddick with dignity, she now was able to take a good step and recovery. Can you just imagine being persecuted from your home? And then persecuted in the recovery center. And then it's just bad news all over the place. But you know what I'm thinking? Because you're you're all professionals. I'm not in your field, so I'm thinking like a like a layman would probably think I'm thinking that most people would say OK, and Renee said, And this kind of triggered my thinking of this. I've always been the black sheep of my family. Now, which comes first in that black sheep scenario, the chicken or the egg. Did she decide she was a black sheep because she was using drugs or did because she was a black sheep did that? Trigger her addiction into using drugs. The models that we have now when we talk about, including the natural supports, and those natural supports are being very honest, Renee would have found out probably Is she wasn't She wasn't the only one. That's what I was thinking. And that inclusive piece is critical in a person's acceptance of her issue his or her issue and then moving forward. Can you just imagine how it feels when a person is just struggling and think? They're the only daggone one in the whole bunch. And it's not fair. You know, It's not fair. And I was thinking that I wonder if Rene had wood found out as she was going through her. You know her recovery. She found out those grandma grandpa, right? And then it was it was uncle. You know, Uncle Larry in and then on Sally. If you are struggling with substance abuse of any kind, or you have someone.
"uncle larry" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"It, was it was not. Talk. Finds that on the fly. It was that bad? My friend from the stern show man I got everything in. Somebody put something in in my lemon pie. League is definitely more bananas than put some old spice in my high karate. Spice High Karate Space Electric Shave Spicer limits. Wow. How old is I in high karate? Oh, they matters red and yellow and I think. Agreement! Difficult my time. I. Don't I don't remember what he smelled like, but they were different colors. I had I had a cousin who there was an old drugstore at been around since like the turn of the Century Charlotte he worked at when he was a kid, and they were closing, and they just had a basement filled with stuff, and they were just literally clear and Steph out, and he went and got an uncle of ours high karate for for Christmas present. And, my uncle being a hillbilly from north, Carolina opens the box up and goes. ooh and takes the CAP off. Right right at Christmas dinner. Yeah, so we had to smell very sixty year old high karate for dinner. And I don't know what's what's. The title of this episode. Is that worse like the smell of my high school days, Carnivore. Jigsaw Dorado arbitrary that was. Eighty for. Elementary School and that came out harm. It was arrested.
"uncle larry" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"I duNno Oklahoma anyhow. Eh Hugh. Whatever Vanilla Lemon custard hazelnut, some sort of Pie, crust and the Palim sort. I'm no Baker. put down. The crack pipe tells about the whiskey. The whiskey is wonderful. It's kind of like. On the Pallet I kinda got some Nila Wafer and some bread banana. Pudding. There's some spices goes towards cinnamon though some Cedar on the finish. Medium long finish. Spicy but the nuttiness faded away. I was expecting more nuttiness from a from a Madeira finish. He's right. You know banana pudding. Banana put even squirrels right. Absolutely putting. Alabama, so he knows, but I don't eat that stuff but I. I've been expellees. You should not have eaten nut stuff out of my house. This agree harm. It's a step up. It's it's definitely improved. When it first went in the glass, the nose was muted muted. Thank you perfect word and. Use My calendar for them and the Pallid was muted as well. I think you want to hold on what channels he. He's on three right. I think that the Paladins improve with their The nose has definitely improved with there. It's not quite as there are. Some of the Madeira whiskies finished wissies that I've had is definitely a little less Madeira influence, but you definitely get some of it and I think it's a nice effort. I think it's really going the right direction. It's again taken the some of the initial whiskies that we've had from them in particular, the rich Oak, and really ended up and Kudos good job. Yet. My favorite of the day when initial tasting and laughter letting it sit for a while, it's still my favorite. The you know I got when I wrote down, I wrote down Lemon Pie with with Nila wafers when the Nilo way for crush and I didn't even talk to you. You know what I really. Hadn't talked with. But I have A. Facing to it that I just can't I just can't put my. And on. It's like yeah, it's. A! Tinguely it's a it's A. It's a nice bright space, but but it's nice. It doesn't overpower anything and I enjoyed that the finish was nice. But would you buy a bottle? Would you spend your hard earned cash? No. No I would not, but it's not. My Palate is America. It's not bad American whiskey. No, that's that's not true. What what? What non-american Whiskey have you bought bought? Canadian whiskey. I Let, you know that. America.
"uncle larry" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"Well it's got a nice light. Light copper to golden color. I found the nose to be. Simple, straightforward, some red fruit! What is wrong with you? I'm sorry a Fisher Fisher Fisher. please. Please interject. No. No go ahead got. Simple simple knows. I'll even and I thought it was pleasant on the Palate I thought it was nice. It was easy going. It was pleasant is an easy drinker. It's got a medium to short finish. All, in all a very nice entry level whiskey that I thought was pleasant and enjoyable grant. Would you think? not my cup of tea. Of course. Yeah Oh that was where I went wrong bourbon. The I was expecting. You know be with the first fill. Bourbon casks I was expecting to get some more Bourbon influence off of these and you don't you don't get it. It's not there's not there at all. They must be dry barrels. Yeah, they were they. Were they scrape them and they scrape them. Yeah, these scraped him and everything. So that was the wind. The wind cast line casket. And just to me was. Nice easy going. A little bit of a little bit of fruit on it and the Vanilla, just as simple, simple unpleasant. Yeah, simple as easy. Yeah, just you can't pour it out, but you just can't clearly wrong with both you don't hear what's wrong with Justin next, so this really reminded you don't have that much time. Of, let's let's get mom in here. What's wrong with? This reminds me of a Belgian triple beer without carbonation as like very high proof. kind of reminds me of the utopia beer homer. Agreeing with Justin non-carbonated. It's on. They marketed this as a beard. Be like one hundred dollar appear that. Travel so it's interesting. It's interesting that this made from triple. Three. Really get that sense that it's a Beer I love beer. I. Love Great Beer I just didn't find this at any resemblance to beer. It, it starts as a beer, Bob. What's going on with? You know he's he's absolutely right. You can tell that it came from a triple mash because it. It has a lot of character of a Belgian triple bear. Got An very interesting. Smell that beer yeast it does smell like beards smells wonderful. As like Piss Desi ups. And I know you guys are Geeks, but you're just the wrong kinds of geeks. You're probably like star wars instead of Star Trek, there's something wrong with you. We already did the store whereas review. Oh Star. Trackers are better than. We know that used the wrong type of Geek. This is a whisky. Whisky. You can spend a while tribe. And there's no hops in his mount much i. know that asked them, but I still smell the hottest cops because of the brewery where it's made you wash your as. It's just it's wonderful. That character shays hair. Hair and a couple of weeks using the frog legs. That's why it smells hops. Got, Him with Alan hued. It's it is it's here's the thing you can't compare it to anything else. You have to absolutely take. You have to take this for what's in this glass because it's not. It's I. I am enjoying it. I think it's very very interesting. It's it's got a really interesting knows it's. And like Justin said once in a while to boy nails one it's it's like A. A Belgian triple. That's just A. It that's exactly what it is. But it's the nose is very deep. I mean it's there's a lot of nuance multi in beautiful and. That hoppy characteristics which I don't know where it's coming from again. It's not happy again. Share hands. Yeah, we're going to be rating. The GOUDEN careless. Belgian single malt three slips. So average rating thing is getting to me man. All right we're. We're GONNA have Brent. Tell us a little bit about the.
"uncle larry" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Fucked it up. You just spun it up, and here's his life. How do he's all take the doughnut bay? I'll stick it up assault, my asshole in my fit in exist. Soy as hope she'll get out. Dumb, but you're Larry Warren, he took it all a bridge too far. And then to bridge burnt down. Now Larry warns living in inner tube in the lake. Ooh, U's go into and not bad. Something to do during the summertime. What follows now is Larry warns version of the story, which supposedly occurred the same night. The Charles halt recorded the tape we heard in episode one. It starts off with their I was ten inch cock is the dickens. How big Mike Nick was even paid. So we had to go to the circus store get elephant paint. Please stick ball with Frank Sinatra and my best friend Bob cat goal. Really? Wow. So Warren claims he was one of the guys assigned to take the spotlight's into the forest on Charles halts orders when it got through the forest and out into a field, however, warrant said that he and forty other men both American and British were faced with a pulsating glowing fog. Remember, so this is a remember to set scene, a little bit hold, and everybody else were at dinner at for their Christmas celebration. Ward ceremony there at dinner, they got called guys came in and said it's back the youth was back and they all left. Larry Warren is Saint key was out there with that original crew that saw these lights, and then saw with everybody else. But they don't remember now this he's still may have been there because we don't remember group of forty people you could he very much was. There was only one. Yeah. Okay. Sure. But he said as him and the other guys saw a pulsating glowing fog, the tranquility was broken by voice over the radio. Navales said quote here it comes here. It comes. Did he say here? It comes here. It comes like he was indeed speaking to the head of his. What happened? Here comes in peace. Oh, shoot these orbs fucking back. He fucking dirty air force big. Oh, right. Well, it sounds like deleted Nixon tapes. They're very good. So here it comes here come, okay? Henry. I don't think they said they were orgasm me. Maybe I don't know. That's how I would've said. I know you wanna set it in a second. A small red ball of light came fine at high speed from the coast and hovered in the field. Right. Above the glowing fog then exploded with a flash of light, so bright it hurt. Warren's is or so he said, when Warren looked again, he saw that the ball had been replaced with the craft thirty feet across and twenty feet high. Oh, that's much larger than the scale previously talked about nuts. This is the different craft altogether than the craft that Jim penis town. Saw this was a craft that is he is adding to a story that is not real. Yeah, we're in said that the craft he supposedly saw was Pearl white and pyramid-shaped with a few blue lights on the underside and addition to that Warren said the thing was translucent, and he could see indistinct floating figures inside at that point warrants at halt or another guy. Step forward and began speaking with the figures inside Warren couldn't hear everything they were saying, but he said he definitely heard phrases like electron IX division and apart from another world. It's the squad from space to set up the, the monitors so that you guys could watch like when we used to watch Willie Wonka with our sub. Of course. So he heard two things that were very on the nose. I will say, honestly I we talked about a little bit last time. How intelligence is if we're poking through the universe. Right. If the universe of intelligence poke dude universe into our brains, and creating these visions it's quite possible that he saw these things it problem is, is that everything else, does not connect whatsoever, which will we'll get into nobody else on any of these things. But people did say that they saw something. Yes, so that is what makes this interesting. It's not as if they're like denying seed, anything. Yeah, no well to Warren, the electron IX division stuff suggested that the spacecraft was damaged and the aliens were looking for repairs, as per the agreement between the aliens and the government signed so long ago, the Grenada treaty. Yeah, it was at this point that warrant and the other men were ordered to leave the area almost immediately after though Warren and the others went through. Rough debrief in which they were all scanned with a Geiger counter. That was that the third scene in boot camp. The rough debriefing. Then Larry Warren, who at the time was a kid would only been in the air force proper for a couple of weeks. Harry, Warren, claims, the key was shown explicit videos of UFO's, and was told that there was an alien presence on earth that the government worked with basically, they did the thing with that they do in movies with her, like we can tell there's something special that you private. Larry Warren come with us into this back area, which is all in the book left that Eastgate. I please read it because it's a fun trip down rabbit hole, but he basically sat him in a conference room with two other guys whoever wrote men in black. I think it was berry Sonnenfeld stole all of this from this book and book. They sat in a office where they sat and watched video where I was like it was a guy in a suit. Civilian clothes came in turn on TV the fucking, the electron IX division, right pulled in a fucking PA system like a TV on the stand like they used to have you, remember they rolled it in and he showed. A video that I was like it was a picture of the Washington Monument, you Afo comes in from the left side of the screen hovers next, the washing monument, the guy in civilian clothes like Hm. Like, pointing to the TV Dan picture Vietnam. It's like literally like. Walks here, like it's a scene of this. You Afo rises out of a swamp in Vietnam and shoots off into space. Picture the pyramids to vogue and video comes decide, and Larry warns hanging out this whole time you like what am I supposed to learn from this, and I'm like, okay, this will we're gonna show you, you keep this all secret, right? You're going to keep all what you'd you saw secret? And now you either get fired from the government right now you pay three hundred dollar fine. He just was ultra defied define. And then he just made the fine the he left being like wow. And then he said that he drank a six pack of beer and win over to the girls camp. Like it was a summer movie than they swam across the lake to the girls game. Girls hanging out all night. And he said he got too drunk to fuck and slept in a car. Very interesting. Forgetting the moment where he did say after the showing of the video, he says, you know, the difference between me and you I make this look good. He did say that when Larry asked, what would happen if the witnesses were to tell anybody else about this new information that inexplicably been given this burden this burden of the serait truth that you gave two four privates for no reason. They were supposedly, an infamously told, quote bullets are cheap. What does that what does it mean? Exact I are we talking about the price of bullets if they got up there? What is the point of that sentence on sale is what I'm saying bullets are on sale actually on sale at this is a fly. You actually could take this coupon in town. Go go get as many bullets. They have nine bullets for seven voted for seven. That's good. I I it was a threat. The way they used said bullets were cheap, but it is a sale. It was a sale. It's a sale, I just tried to pass it up. Because my ad sponsor guys are just up my asshole about my reads. With my own spin my own personality in the. Yeah. This story is interesting because bullets are cheap it becomes the mantra behind this whole thing. And it's all from Larry Warren side of the story is idea that the US government was really gonna try to kill these people were actually. I thought it's more of the, the penis town and borough story just of the Anniston, stop calling him peanuts. How I wish I now now heads a fan mandate to call him Pena's down mandate. One guy fucking cinema diem on Twitter. I it's. Pederson Penniston will go back to being mature kenniston in boroughs. They were soft debriefed not given the Fajar core. They were threatened with violence. They just assumed that all of this would die a natural heat death of a UFO story where it would just kind of lose fuel and go away. Okay. So they were they were showtimes, red shoe, diaries. Yeah. Debriefed and the other ones were just like king duck debris. Okay. Now despite this threat about bullets being cheap. Warren was pretty damn loose lipped with the story. According to Lim he did. There were some consequences. Oh, this years later. He said he was kidnapped by the men in black and take an all the way back to England to an underground facility beneath the airforce base where the siding happen where he was quote unquote interrogated. And again, in a scene from men in black, he was put in these giant chairs literally just like the scene when he has to fill out the paperwork, and Will Smith came took it is that room that he was put in, and then they came in and interrogated him again. So any evidence of this was there any evidence that he was taken by the men in black over to Europe all obviously, a gross fabrication. Okay. Yeah. In fact, this isn't even the original form of story. The story kept changing over the years is even admitted that part of this story came from Adrian, Boston's who actually did have an encounter with Burroughs during the second night. He was the guy that was Dr. Even the Jeep when the UFO came down and checked out Burrows, he's like what happens on Instagram now where they just copy a bunch of other people's work. Yeah. I'm an aggregate or ideas. I'm not stealing ideas. I'm an aggregate here. I'm a UFO curator. That's what this is. But I could there's a part of me that I want to believe one half of the story. And I always like when things go to planet Zine on I love the story about dole say base. I love all of these, these stories. The pumice is that this is this is the type of thing that ruins the party for everybody. This is the type of the him lumping in all of these things into the story because he was the first one out the door, to tell the rental Shem force incident, story, it, it just fucked up the party for everybody else. The poop in the Punchbowl say in warns lies actually just broke the heart of one poor. You follow gist, Peter Robbins, who is the co author of left at Eastgate them is really. Peter Robinson is really Peter up. And he had to write what must have been a humiliating may culpa apologizing for believing and working with Warren for so many years. These guys had like a twenty eight year relationship, and it just happened. The levity skate actually was just finally taken out of print because and the main thing that drove the split of their relationship was that Larry warn photo shopped himself in pictures with John Lennon, because John Lennon was his favourite and Stevie Ray Vaughan,.
"uncle larry" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You have to have a good product that people are going to wanna watch because you can go EP factory of the stadium or you can go pink factor appeal factory. You know what I mean? So it doesn't matter. I'm not gonna go to Marlins park just to eat bean show factory because I can do that factory. And I don't have to pay for the name of the stadium. Honestly, I wanted to be insured Mitchell park. I know what you mean. It's hard for franchise to survive in terms of fiscally. It's hard for them to survive in the face of twenty years of losing or a really long sustained period. The Marlins actually haven't had twenty years of losing. There were quite all right in the mid two thousand but they had their other issues. But when I was interning for the Panthers during a lockout, Michael your Mark was turning stuff over and selling things like crazy. You can't have just bad s sales people. I mean look at look at seven ninety survived. I mean, su- God's was taking all sorts of deals even though like early on it probably shouldn't have. So there there are ways around it and Bauer certainly looked the part. I can't wait for David Samson and join us because I'm sure you know, some sort of inside information on what's happened here. And he wouldn't be he won't hesitate at all to tell us. He's he's definitely the fair. One to talk on this. And also ask them what what what the deal is with Michael hill. Because I mean, he didn't he do these trades? Who wasn't any do the Brinson deal? Who was it? Was it David Samson made the joke that he had pictures? Didn't we ask somebody about wise, Michael hill still there? He must have pictures. Wasn't that the joke? Someone may not real though. Oh, it's a joke. But that's like the his point was is. I have no idea. Why is there? It's baffling. It is baffling given that, you know, this organization had I mean kids have executives called Larry buying fest. Uncle Larry like he was family to that team. And they got rid of it would happen. The Larry by says what happened to Larry festive? What had happened to Randy fund? Yeah. What happened rainy fund? I think I think Randy fund didn't want to be working with Riley anymore. Because there was there were some issues over not having any real power by festival. So I think what it is. But I I have not talked. I've literally just overheard that in a couple of places I haven't confirmed that please try to find out what had happened to Randy fund in Michael. And Michael Hill's defense, though, this team has had acquired drafted talent throughout the years. It's not like a hundred and sixty two draft rounds. I I'd hope to God that was saying some Mike Michael hill is not like terrible at evaluating talent that we just haven't been able to keep any aren't these trades port of evaluating who knows who's really making all the decisions on these traits. Well, that's the thing. We're sort of puzzled as soo- who's making the decision. So it really makes it difficult to blame somebody. So I guess when they fire Michael hill as a as a sort of sacrifice to the masses. Then I guess we'll just play Michael hill. We'll take the word for or could it be that the very beginning. This. They told Jeter, hey, you should keep someone around to be a fog like what's more realistic of the two things. I just said that they actually respect it. Look, it might not have been pretty here throughout the years. But this guy knows and can evaluate talent or jeeter. You're going to need a fog. I if it has to be one of those two things I imagine that being like the closed door meetings at Loria and Samson had would Geeta were Jeter s so any sort of advice for me on the way out. Yeah, you're gonna need a fall guy. In fact, you're going to need several I loved that around. I love that as his business card instead of, you know, general manager president, just Michael hill. Fall got twenty seventeen July twenty seventeen he got a contract extension through twenty twenty. So I mean,.
"uncle larry" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I shoot I wouldn't stay out of a steak gun. But I want the intimacy of driving this in hand in hand knuckle, I'm coming at you. I'm gonna get on top you kids. Rough housing. I'm giving kiss. I want you to know that I'm not killing you in a fit of passion, you have to go. The vampire new has to go. And I'm going to enjoy this. Think about it on and not to get political. But the idea that like when you said, stop shooting black kids or black men or black women. I wished the police would stop en it became why do you hate the police? Yeah. That's right. That's fascinating to me. Right. Like like type type about it thinking. Yeah. Like if one thing than the other. Yes, it's like like, let's completely brilliant. True me where what we getting in the bathroom Squatty? Well, first of all, you have incredible poem about trees that would ties into what we were talking about trees. Yep. And you have a book about nakedness in the with an also now. Yeah. And what happens when you die is your comic book. Yeah. That's right. And all it was all thousand percent. And then you had a picture that looks like you drew of a fucking scarecrow and grow in a therapy session talking about the I mean that draw that are fucking. That's that's that self love to because. Was it seems like like, I don't like myself all the time. But there's like you're trying to be kind to yourself. So putting up your own cartoon or enjoying your own record? Which I heard you talking about your most recent record is something that you actually can right? Listen to pleasure. These are things that I don't think you have to be from Boston to have a healthy dose of like, what are you fucking better than us? Yes. In fact, if I could I know we've talked a lot of shit about bring it last night. One of the last time. I was in Boston. I I was at a funeral. Unfortunately, I'm sorry. It's fine. I love him to death. I still talk to them still think about him. My uncle Larry died and atas funeral. Someone came up to me. And this is the most Boston thing I've ever fucking heard my fucking life because you know, I'm on TV now, bro. Even someone comes up to me. And and goes like look at you. What I wanna get exactly how she phrased that. She's like so pita lucky you. Well, you dreams come tro. And it wasn't what she said. It was underneath it. My brother was there. And we laugh so hard was the most clearest like Whitney Houston singing the star spangled banner, the clearest go fuck yourself. I've ever heard in my life and underneath that you think you're better than me..
"uncle larry" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"It's the young guy working for the senior guy who who's working for the head honcho yeah so i see you daniel potentially being in a role like that where there's no cell and going on at all but you're answering the phone and you're walking me through the five steps that i need to go through to do this hey out i'll use my dashboard on this so there's a little bit of coaching little bit t little bit you know kinda just customer service taking care of people you like analytics i would go back to that as well what do you love most about analytics as if you're diving into to analytics then to guide people then i think that makes a lot of sense as well so i think you're really really close really close you have a lot of clues that you just shared with me it's now putting all those pieces together like a puzzle when you were a little girl and you did the jigsaw puzzle with uncle larry or mom and dad or the grandparents on thanksgiving everybody got out the pieces together and you worked on it together sing kind of deal there and that's what you're doing right now and i think you're really going to find that there is a direct tie between the teacher the trainer in the analytics i agree a hundred percent not sales you don't wanna be in a position where out you're selling your services you wanna be working with an organization that's already providing the service or the product and what you're doing is is either some type of combination of analytics and training or analytics coaching maybe not analytics at all but i just think you need to figure that piece out as well because it's something you got into and you enjoy it and you're good at it so daniel same thing sentenced put the sentence together i'm going to use this talent put a blank rice at talent i'm gonna use this blank to do this type of work blank this type of work and keep changing up the words in there all within that sweet spot my top talents i'm gonna use my top talents to perform my great passion or i'm using the talents to perform work that give me great passion give me great joy.
"uncle larry" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Of course the life lesson get paid first why are you interested in the rams have you seen their secondary i have okay their secondary for those not following along whereas now marcus peters a keep to lead and a blast from the past same shields dan interesting signing two is they're not giving up much because obviously a keep to lead a marcus peters they have the reputations as being difficult to deal with they're getting these guys on discount because their team searches done dealing with these guys and they have this young hotshot coach yet that everyone when they when he got hired this young guy going to manage all the personalities in at lock them what about the personalities that are older than him he doesn't care isn't give a bleep and it's working so i'm all in on this they got rid of robber quinn they they must know something because they treated in miami that never works out for my wait till he's become the coach that now know something if he gets rid of you he must know something he's begun that good that quick i am what i'm doing here is that that reserve for like bill pella check like i mean what it with hand that quickly and hand because i don't know what his name is there a johnnic that yeah okay mcbay yes mcbay no what i'm doing here is if the dolphins are trading for you they don't know anything but so clearly the rams have won the trade but they must know something because the dolphins don't know anything okay that's what i'm doing right but this is a really fun team there were superfund last year now they have one of the greatest secondary's in the nfl yes by the way were mentioning it keep to leave contractually were obligated to play the sound from highly questionable dan wrote that in the contract anytime someone says it keep to leave or you have to play this down one path cleveland ohio now remember how me and my brother was a mother kalahal for work some uncle larry he got his music cranked up so lau since so my mile call halsey light qian got sleep they gotta go to school so she with uncle larry through the door so she.
"uncle larry" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"I don't want us my car they're gonna raise my insurance premiums riot arrive they're going to raise my taxes they're gonna they're going to give me the smaller table at that thanksgiving ended i have to sit with the kids good as a black guy gets sit with uncle larry that if they had like a civic what truth his bipartisan we'll be sitting with your uncle area legally there's this podcast got his conversation of whether or not there is such a thing is privileges being interpreted by by my my kind as as a precursor to some kind of lessening yeah yeah and i think that the you just have to like dip into that hot tub and go in no nobody's it it would be absurd lots of people that would love your pants but you don't have to give him to them any more than ever did here's the thing i will i will say is what you just said all true except i i might quibble with the last part which is that when you say you have to dip your dip into the hot tub which is like i think the thing that is without blowing too much smoke up the white guys ask because of the white guy but the thing that you bring to the table is that you're willing to deputies conversation when you don't half too yeah i will observe for the for for people listening than are like you know but i i do one a acknowledged another kind of privilege i have among white people which is that i can't put my foot my mouth it's become part of my public character oh all right i'm an entertainer i get to do i'm in the podcasts world like where i get to sit a tables and ask questions i'm in the title of your show is literally is this yeah yeah and it but you have a lot of weight listeners just as with waiting ones where it's like i would listen to this stuff because i would be terrified of making an acid myself in bank at parties at at work and i'm like i want to get someone someone keep me from fucking up um and and so i never want to pretend the like oh i'm woke or any airline rodeo clown in only gets as like i get to do this i have the same anxieties and i make the.
"uncle larry" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"And you could have three things on the island what would they be and why she says lipstick next would be earplugs so you can avoid the rattling of bob's by agra bottle bob is the new uncle larry if you have a notice and she says i'm an insanely late lebron i hate sores or the sound of your child crying reason of knowingly on are you willing corinne abed bob has impure intentions with stephanie that he feels like bob is like telling his friends like hey i've got this i'd say that's what i'm i think it's a little weird that a random geriatric person plucked you i have nowhere to put you in a tight will bikinians tissue to swim gray bob you're hanging out with that 34yearolds you better believe a the reason for being on i've wanted to play the social game since the first season ever since i taught english in russia in college is that glass called russian bride communication why do you think will survive survivor if i have learned anything from watching the show participating in endurance events and raising children all evidence the contrary working in a fastpaced finance positions studying in an ashram being an entrepreneur all of my other adventures is that nothing turns out like you'd expect liquor she slides fastpaced finance position in his though she's the wolf of wall street and who i am really good at adapting plan egg quickly becomes plan cnn it shake me up well you conduct a stephanie's mom about skipping plan b um video i said the first thing that's really obvious is that the cameraman was a fan of her pass go nice asked anyone else in it yeah she does have us you'll give out.
"uncle larry" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"Her live cried since then must sisters beta decision for tries mama's beta decision for prize my brotherinlaw has made a decision burke sal base has benefited our our and that night audited give my knees scale in a bible and a wrote in the front of her name and then the date twelve twenty one fourteen you may be ceded if you're standing at her locations at his chance to give her a bible that next twelve twenty one fourteen i gave it to her she graduates from college a year and a half later and she says uncle larry at the graduation party she's back in minnesota show up she was i of the show you something i said what she goes i got a tattoo like i'm not sure of this path of life i don't know but then she shows me this pitcher this tattoo of my handwriting of the day she gave her life to christ tattooed under risk he's been so move by this ministry netting spirit she says i got to be a part of it she says although i live in minnesota i'm going to believe in faith i'm going to end up in charlotte and go to college in charlotte just so i can be at elevation church and just wide can be a part of your family and now this morning she sitting here on the front row of balance i and i'm so thankful for the faithfulness of god who showed up that i could stand here today and celebrate what he's doing in your life what is god going to through the word that you believe it will be that a story you talapat in years to come what he did in the past it's unbelievable pastors even.