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04:28 min | 1 year ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Obviously, this time of year have been listening to a lot of it on my way into work and on my way home. It's Vinnie Penn with you all this week from 12 to 3 on W. R. K o I need it on. There's a lot more Christmas music than ever before. You got a favorite Christmas, so I've got a couple lightning. Do you have one that your go to Christmas? Oh, yes. Very least. Just please don't be. Do they know it's Christmas? No, please. Very much my all time favorite. I'm very, very strong in my feeling about this. My all time favorite Christmas song is run Run. Rudolph, That is my favorite Christmas song. Yeah, It's a great one by any particular artist. I mean, it's been covered quite a few times Classic like Chuck Berry, You got the classic. I mean, I personally really like Luke Bryan's cover of it. He doesn't really nice rock country version of its very, very energetic I just like that rock cover of a bright Adams is pretty good, too, But I really like that. Luke Bryan cover. Yeah. Bryan Adams had a great one to that. That's a good call right there on that. Wasn't there A Ah Boston band on this the right place that asked the question. Is it done on the WR KR the legendary W R K o course number here. 617 to 66 68 68. I remember back in the day doing top 40 radio in Connecticut and get it late nineties, I think is when its surface the Boston band that did the Grinch You're a mean one. Mr Grinch was great version. It was kind of a rock and roll version of that song. Do you not know who it was? It was a Boston band. I don't know that. There were any bigger than that. I'm gonna dig that one up. Yeah, I don't know. I mean, it doesn't come to me immediately off to look into it. Yeah, Yeah, definitely. My particular favorite would be Either. Christmas is the time to say I love you. Bye, Billy Squire. I don't know if you know that one. I don't know that I've heard it. Probably. Yeah, I'm a sucker for Bob Seger's little drummer boy. Lot of versions. Joan Jett's got a great version of that Do and I happen to like Ariana Grande Days. Original Biddy Santa. Tell me, I do. The Lightning is pretty good. It's not bad. Do? I don't know. She's got Santa playing Cupid in it. You know, it's it's all about her her, you know, seeing to it that Saint Nick makes this boy stick around for at least a year before she gives him everything. It's not the most. Uh, it's not the sweetest because I don't think by giving of everything. Ariana Grande a singing of love, and Holliday said to tell me Is that the one? Yes, Santa. Tell me. I know that one. Yeah, I love it. I think I think it's very catchy, You know, And you need that music because even if you're kicking and screaming to get into that zone we just had From bright Bart. John Carney on He's the editor. Bribe Our finance, and I'm looking at his article about partisan euphoria by the Democrats and how it has Driven consumer sentiment higher on, uh And and I didn't expect that to be the case. I want to get into this story. Ah, little bit. But we do have Ah, call coming in again. The number here 617 to 66. 68 68. Let's grab real quick. I think we're gonna find out Maybe Ha! And now I'm knowing who it is. Brian, are you there? Yes, But how are you? I'm doing well Are you about to call and say the whirling dervishes? No, no. So, Vinnie, I'm 50 years old. It let you know how old I am. And I'm 53 53. I'm older than you. Okay. So with that said, then as a kid and TV was a big pot of our generation, and I always had rock and roll stars doing Christmas song. So with that said, I don't know if you remember the song by Billy Squire. Christmases attack to say I love you Really? Just where you use your favorite one. That's my favorite one. Just you're not paying attention. Good, sir. Yeah, that was my favorite one. And if you'll recall, he sang it live in the studio with Martha Quinn dancing around. Yeah. Right? I.

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03:11 min | 1 year ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"With you here this afternoon on W r K o r number is 617 to 66 68 68 on Twitter. It's at Vinnie Penn. If we've got some time, I'd love to grab a call right now. Especially when it's someone named Sergeant Rock from New Hampshire. I appreciate you calling in what's on your mind. I just have one short and sweet problem. Um, when you were talking about stimulus checks and such my wife and I both work full time jobs. You have some part time work also, we We believe in the theory. You want to get funny, you work. And last fall when Cove it started where my wife worked. She worked for University of New Hampshire. They offered jobs to those who wanted to work and those who want to because it was the end of the school year didn't have to call. The thing was because They could go on unemployment. And they got the sixth was a week. No more. That my wife was Which is, you know, I don't want to take away some people. But then it left no incentive for them to want to work when my wife makes one, and they were making 401 100 Bonus. They were making more than my wife would On Ben. Plus our apartment jobs Exactly did so we were making less by working then it then if my wife had claimed unemployment, these people who turn down work Should not get any stimulus benefit or anything of that. Such yeah, that that that's a great point. You went to a different place. You went to a different place than I expected you to? Unfortunately, the paperwork that would be, uh, that would necessitate figuring out who's doing that. Who's working the system and who's the The American worker can't the government the federal employees can't be bothered with that? I happen to know quite a few people who did the exact same thing you're talking about there, Sergeant Rock, and it's like I was hearing from B roll like I'm actually making Maura money than I ordinarily do. And it's like, Well yeah, because you're collecting unemployment while working. Its rigging the system. Ha For a lot of people. I hate to say it. It's the American way and fixing that we've got about a good good a chance of fixing that as we do our problem at the border. It's Vinnie Penn again with you this Tuesday afternoon, December 15 ability, RKO. Let's see now. W RKO traffic from the my pillow dot com. Traffic center Left Lane is blocked for some work in Braintree on the lower end of 93 north at the Braintree split, so it's backed up there, and there's a crash down in Plymouth on Route three North bound before clock road, so slow getting by on the expressway South slow through South Bay. And the North bound side is not bad. The pike is OK. For now we have no big delays in.

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07:16 min | 1 year ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"At me at Vinnie Penn. I appreciate some of the follows. I've been getting last hours, so we still got a couple of very special guests. Coming your way talking right now, though, who've already some anyway have moved on to talk in my off. You watch next time when Trump runs next time as if it's Given, uh Trump hasn't said anything. As far as that's concerned. He's too busy fighting the fight of the electoral college today. I myself don't see it happening. I don't see him. Running again and for us the position I put the question out there to you. And if you have responded where it's 617 to 66 68 68 Let's start with Fred. I appreciate you calling in and being on. Hold these last couple of minutes. What do you think? Uh, yeah, about that tactic. I'm with you. I thought, uh, you know what he'll try to do is work to to look for a successor. I think Mrs Valley Moving in very interesting candidate myself. But it's time to start working now, uh, that's interesting. So you think he's gonna beat that? I like that. That's interesting. You think he's going to be in the mix, but not as a candidate as somebody backing a candidate? I think that's about right. Very good. Yeah, I think if you look at the reaction to his presence at the Army Navy game on Saturday, can't you see him coming out? Assuming the pandemics over coming out on the stage Tol introduce naked Yeah, presents, So he's gonna go crazy. That's good stuff. And you said you had a second point You wanted to make, sir. Well, second point was to respond to your very first caller who who lent week pandemic or clan Democrats. He called it hay makes him pretty racist comments and correct them. I thought Samantha Jewish racism is what? I don't understand where he wound up. Yeah, we've gotten a couple of calls on that He started strong. He started in the place that I agreed with, but ended kind of in a terrifying place. Yeah, I was kind of terrifying. Glad you feel that way, but I think it's always worth it. Look, if he had said, you know, we the Chinese couldn't have planned this because they're they're not bright enough to do it is a race. Statuette saturate. You understand? I think completely what I'm saying your affair by and by the way, been a pleasure meeting you over the last six weeks as you've come on in Boston. I was nowhere. If you yourself you've done a great job. I appreciate that. Yeah, And it's so it's always difficult. It's always difficult when you're talking with someone. And you're like, right? Yeah, And that's true, too. And then all of a sudden they insert something that you do a double take. On. We had ended the call there. There's there's no place for anti Semitism. You know, on initial or homophobia, any of that stuff we have just such Uh, they said I was going to say such bigger issues. But you know what? These air longstanding these are things that have not gone away. These are things that we have not attended to as a nation. Because the cancel culture has moved on to canceling the oddest of things. Anti Semitism is alive and well, and yet, you know, the Cleveland Indians that's really been bothering me for the longest time. We've lost our ability to prioritize, but I do want to grab a friend. I appreciate the call, and I'm glad you brought that up because a few other people Brought up that call a while back and And I just didn't know what to make of the tail end of it. Let's go to Paula in Cambridge, though. I appreciate you calling in what's on your mind. So, um, like you. I don't think Trump will run for the next election. But I do hope he sticks around is against slide. And I hope it's constantly Hammering. Um, you know, Biden on whatever is up, I just do. I hope he doesn't go away like Obama hasn't gone away like Bush is still up to, you Know, push was giving his opinion. We never You there, Paula. I don't know if we lost you, but gadflies a great word to use there, and it makes me come to the realization all I didn't even think of this. Trump's Twitter feed. Is going to be more entertaining than it's ever been, Uh, in the course of the next year, if not a couple of years. I don't think he's going to see the most interesting thing is if Trump Lost legitimate. Resoundingly. I do think you know, I did one interview with him The give me an insight to the man. No, it was like 2004. And do I know somebody who's worked closely with the family? Yes, and told me stories about the family million years ago. 2012 13 Sure. It doesn't give you any real inside either, but I do think if he lost In a big, noisy, ugly way he would have disappeared. But he Is Losing this election in a way where he gets to hang around and say Everybody knows how you all know I do and that this flagrant disregard for democracy for truth. The this whole Dominion fiasco enables Trump to hang around and repeatedly say all come on, everybody knows he didn't. We got the most votes in present in history, and he got more, You know better, And that's what he's going to do for the next couple of years. Paul, do we have you back? Yes. I'm sorry. That must have been my cell phone. I just hope that Trump I hope he's not surrounded with on lawsuits, particularly in the state of New York. I'm just afraid. The court's going to go after him with the poem that, you know, I'm gonna be a miserable way to live. But if anybody can take it, he can't hear what stood impeachment. He was good. The Moloch report. I mean, he's got the strength God when you read off when you read off the roster, and that's why I could only end in a panda. And that you could only come to the conclusion they tried everything. And then, when the likelihood of four more years was just Evident. Well, a pandemic will do it. And that's why I think there were some here in America who are even in cohorts. With China over this will work. This whole do it. People will be out of work will be desperate. Those who are on the fence, it will be the final straw. How can you not look at it that way? Yeah. But I appreciate the call. I love your your history talks. I love them Keep. I appreciate that. Thanks so much Paul for the call. Do we still have gigs, though from Weymouth waiting for us gigs is called in several times. When I filled in here on w RKO and again My name is Vinnie Penn. Waiting on you at 617 to 66 68 68 gigs. What do you got for me this time? Hey, Benny. It's refreshing. They.

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"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Vinnie Pan back with you here on a fast moving Friday edition of what I call the Vinnie Penn Project been filling in all week here on W RKO and having a lot of fun doing it a lot of special guests. Lined up all week. But this show in particular were 617 to 66 68 68 want to grab a quick phone call, though, and welcome pat from Kingston to the show. Hey, do we have you? Yeah, I'm here. Can you hear me? I sure can. How are you, buddy? I'm good. I was just listening in and on the lady calling about the free lunches and You know, it's good that she sees the people in your neighborhood tribes, nice cars and everything like that. And that's what you see from the outside. I drive a nice truck. My wife rides nice, as should be. I've lost my job. My taxes are $12,000 a year, Um, for buying property taxes. My kids can go to school. They're both type one diabetic. S so we have to take those go oranges or we decided to take him and I don't want to say we have to. But you know my wife's cause on me so I can't just get rid of that. You know? It's just a lot more going on than what might meet this complicated. Yeah. No. I mean, I hear you. I absolutely area And as I said throughout the interview, if we fit a criteria and the need is there absolutely I just want the criteria to be fair. I think with Julie Gun lock was second, though she didn't just want to go that that Deepak But it sounded like she saw quite a few women that she knows in her community and she like personally knows better and just thinks it's obnoxious that what they're doing like she's not. In the dark about half of their finances. I at the risk of calling her a gossip. I think she was saying the I happen to know better. They don't need to be abusing the system that we're going to run it run short on. Because of them and their selfishness. Yeah, I understand. I just wanted to, you know, kind of point out there is two sides t everything. Oh, yeah. You know the least How do you feel this so bizarre to go here? The least thing can be misleading. Because if you lease a vehicle, you'll life looks pretty damn good. My my ex wife, who you know, had a tiny little apartment and you know we're married for 17 years. I've I've got the house. I've got two kids, but She's got a rinky dink apartment, you know, in the center of town, but she's leasing I heck of a vehicle that makes it look like life's pretty damn sweet, But it isn't so she runs into having display. Explain to people often nado. Don't let the least fool Leah. Exactly. Yeah, Exactly. Him took 60,000 somewhat dollar car with a $500 payment, which would put you down to about $25,000 car if you would buy it. Yeah, So, Yeah, it's false advertising. But I wanted something safe for my three kids to be in when they were with their mom. We record it down a little bit last, but that's what I went for, and at the time we could afford it. No problem, but No, uh, no funny, dear and funny to hear you call it false advertising that that that's a pretty That's an interesting way that they could actually advertise. Leasing a vehicle make it look like life is better than it actually is. Exactly like you have all your ducks in a row when you're up to your eyeballs. Yeah. Oh, I feel Yeah. I appreciate the call Pat on. It is important to make those kind of I don't believe in a one size fits all for anything. I'm hoping the lot of you that have been coming along for this ride have gleaned that from my monologues throughout the week. No subject I've been been wanting to get to and we began on the show. I want to tie up everything that was started earlier in the week. We were talking about how All we can do this. We can go here. There could be crowds here. That could be crowds there, but churches been getting a bum rap. I told you I had a lot of special guests lined up and with the holiday season right around the corner with Christmas right around the corner, and people.

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04:38 min | 1 year ago

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"To 66 68 68, you might commiserating You could email me Vinnie it Vinnie Penn dot net too. Or, uh, tweet at me Act Vinnie Penn. Um, but I'm getting I Getting texts during the show for my daughter. That are, uh, they're getting to me. And when I say I don't know, I've never done this before. Uh, I've certainly got a text during my radio shows before, but this is it. This kid is She was born, smiling. She is the most up B. Fun, love and gal there ever was truly, truly that I would be the word the adjective Moody could never be employed to describe my 17 year old daughter. It started with a simple the vibes or low right now that was accompanied by a picture. Of her where I thought she was trying to be cute and funny, because we we text each other all day, my son as well. We antagonize each other with Selfies and Uh, Then I sent her something that I thought you might appreciate trailer to a new movie coming out. And when she didn't respond, I'm like, Oh, That's when she said, I told you the vibes alot not having a good day. Ask Well, why And she said, everything sucks. All my friends aren't going to school. I'm just annoyed with the whole year. She's a senior in high school. S so I said, Do you mean they're all deciding to stay home? Now? My daughter's doing hybrid. She goes school two days a week. Her senior year is Thursday and Friday. In school. And she's been great about like, that's not. I mean, I don't want to say it's enough for but she hasn't goodbye. She looks forward to Thursdays and Fridays. And all is well. So I said, What do you mean? They're all deciding to say home now suddenly and like who? Alina, because that's her number one. That's her ride or die. On starting when I asked and she said, literally, everyone's done. They've opted out. Rachel, Alina, Carly! Nate Hannah, I'm just going to be completely alone and I don't want to stay home because it's my senior year. And I do mean this When I say, do you? Ours is a fun house. She's constantly telling you half the friends names. I just rattled off there. She their home lives. They're tough stories to hear they all can't wait to get out of there. Uh, We have a lot of fun in my house. I'm not lying to myself. You couldn't get my daughter out of the house up until like, two years ago. Sophomore year. My son loves that film 24 7. So I said, Well, uh, then illuminate me. Is this scared? Parents making the call? Uptick on there is talking the Talk going around that? Yeah. This hybrid thing we're going to probably give it a rest. You're gonna go all virtual. Uh, So was it that she said No. They all say they don't see the point anymore. Which I said I don't get that I thought they all did their houses according to you, and she's they do? It's just that everything sucks. Uh, Then she went outside. I want to talk about it anymore. I mean driving school right now. All that's right. Yeah. Did I mention she's getting her driver's license in her bedroom, virtually online? Um, I've never These kids born 2003. That's my daughter, 4 4005. Were they pandemic kids? I don't really know what we're what we're doing here. The mixed messages. The school's back on the Were Lucy holding up the football for Charlie Brown, and he rushes towards it, sucker and she just pulls it away. Because we keep saying this is the day your everything goes back to normal way now we're not even doing that really anymore. Ah listener. W archeo, Steadfast listener sent me the story. And framing him. Framingham High School. What's been going on there looking at the story. Learning remotely since March..

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08:07 min | 1 year ago

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"Switching gears yet again. We've been all over the road this Wednesday here on the Vinnie Penn Project on W. RKO and I appreciate your coming along for that ride Voice of Boston. Such an honor. We go to the phones right now. I want to welcome to the show Attorney Norm Pattiz. He's helped me out a couple of times before here. Doing my feelings if you will, and if anyone wants did Nash on big brother on the tech CEO owes And Zucker Burg and all that it's going to be attorney, Norm Pattiz, who took a hiatus from Social Media said. I've had enough. It's too intrusive. It's too invasive, but didn't even last a year, sir. It lasted about a year. I think what happened is I read she Shauna Do Boss book. She's a professor of their thinking. I might come about the steak and, um and she, she wrote something called the Agent surveillance capitalism and her. Her point was a simple one Social media Lucien and get you addicted to the weapon effort. And then then the jolt when somebody likes what you're doing. And said, harvests what you like, and it sells. You're dead of other people so that they can predict your behavior and manipulate you. And then and then they have the audacity to tell you what you can and you can't print. And when I realized that was going on, it was like the scales fell off of my eye, and I said, yes, these people I don't really want to be playing on somebody else's field and what men make money off me and then having them tell me what I can and can't say so I pulled the plug. About a year later, I realized, you know, missing out because it may be that I'm being manipulated, But I'm also getting something out of it, And that is the ability to connect with others to express myself to learn what's on other people's minds. So I made a cost benefit analysis and I jumped back in, but I jumped back in with my eyes wide open and, you know, I'm looking at Zucker Burg and I'm looking at Dorsey in front of Congress, and I'm on a slow burn, You know, Let's think about the business model with social media. Has they get immunity from lawsuits? They get to harvest our debt to sell it to advertisers. And they make so much money. They don't They don't even have time to count it. They've got away. It And then they sent for us and they sent to us without um, and can never be sued for their decisions because of section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act. It is the biggest AM going in the United States is as though we gave standard oil oil wells, the right to drill oil, sell it pollutes the environment and not ever have any consequences. We shouldn't stand for it. And here's my solution. I disagree with people like Roger McNamee, who was an angel investor in Facebook and in early advisor to Mark Duck Pervert who thinks that we need somehow government regulation of speech in the digital world. I don't want government regulating my speech. I want Publishers to be accountable for this speech that they that they permit that they use on that they permit on their platforms. And I think the way to do that is if they want to enjoy to 30 immunity than they should be required to abide by First Amendment standards. We don't need to create a whole new body of law out of whole cloth to regulate speech. In a quintessential public forum. The First Amendment's been doing that for a couple of centuries, and it may not be perfect. We may have problems with hate speech. We may not know the difference between permissible, vigorous speech and fighting words, you know those legal standards and lines, maybe difficulty to draw. But I don't want some tech nerd whether it's in Silicon Valley or up there in Boston, telling me what I can and can't say, and I don't want my speech to have to conform to the standards of people whose politics I disagree with. So what do we have? Now? We had the hunter by the story and the possibility that he's funneling his funneling dodo Papa Joe from the Ukraine. It comes up through the New York Post and Twitter decides it's too hot to handle. And then we learned at the hearings in Congress, not only that they think it was too hot to handle. They may have talked about it to people on Facebook. They may have talked about it to people at Google and some secret Kabbalah is saying what I can and can't say. And then they decide to suppress it, and it may have had an election on a new impact on the election. I'm not worried about Russian interference in the United States electoral process. I'm worried about high tech interference in the electoral process and as well so how we how and when we can express ourselves So you know my view is Let's take a hard look at 2 30. You know, it would be a simple legislative fix. You don't have to threaten to dissolve these mega corporations. You can simply say, if you're going to occupy this space in the public market, you must adhere to First Amendment standards in employment law in many states, such as in Connecticut, Um you know, the First Amendment applies only the government. I mean, many people don't understand that it says Congress shall make no law. It doesn't say anything about private industry. So Facebook and company says we can do whatever we want, because you know what? We're not government. We'll make them behave like government in Connecticut. A private employer cannot fire a person because of their speech. The state statute says. Um, um, um You apply first minutes. Candor to unemployment Will doctor Why can't we do the same thing of social media And then if they engaging that has happened. Those firings have taken place Norman and we both know it. They have taken place. It's just nobody's hired. You know you want to defend them and to get them their job back or Severin space there. Dairies. Litigation. No, but look with respect it with respect to social media. You know, the government cannot engage in content based discrimination. It can't decide that some views are too too hot to handle and some views are okay. There can't be a PC witness test when the government regulates speech and their cross not to be one with social media. We just need to scream about that, because you know, yesterday it was The New York Post tomorrow, which W R K o And what's it going to be next? Something that Syria overhears in your house, You know? Did you see the story about what's going on in Scotland? There's a new statute in Scotland. Where in if you engage in so called hate speech in your own home, you could be prosecuted. Oh, yeah. Who's the witness is gonna be Siri, You know we're gonna get him. I mean, it's a chilly world, killing a frightening world world. You know, Uh maybe, but no, no, I love it. It's great stuff. And again. We're on with Attorney Norm Pattiz on we We've talked about this before. It is quite creepy stuff. How our phones are listening. I mean, maybe there are others who are aren't is dumbfounded by this as I am, And I don't think it has anything to do with my age. It has to do with just how invasive it is. But I can quite literally and it just happened A few days ago I talked to one of my kids. They mentioned something that they want. For Christmas. Just a casual conversation in the living room. The next day in my Facebook feed comes up advertisements for this very item that I didn't do a Google search. All I did was have a conversation about it. So we are absolutely being I don't know if does that qualify as a bug in your home? I would think that it does. Well, I think we've been we've signed on and we know you know, we've activated Syrian permitted Syria to listen. But here's the thing that I I'm finding these are my wife and I were disagreeing about something the other night and I don't know what I said. But my phone picked it up in the next thing you know Siri through. It's too sensitive on Di Don't really want Syria, listening to my disagreements with my wife. What's next, you know, knock it off Norm. She's right. Or maybe I'll get a personal call from Mark Zuckerberg. You know you're going to be suspended from Facebook for 30 days unless you agree to take out the trash with a smile on your face. I mean, and you know you we could go ahead and laugh about stuff like this. But that's what happens in China. People get social utility scores, and your access to public services are based in part on what those scores are you doing up there in Boston? I mean, I don't know if you any of your listeners are in Emmett Social Media lab. And if you're taking calls today, but I'd like, you know, I'd like some of those folks to call in and ask them what they're up to. You know, the social.

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07:18 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm worried about gets the under toe. It's Vinnie Penn here with you on this Wednesday. 6 80 w R K o The Voice of Boston. I'm with you all week. Love to hear from me at 617 to 66 68 68 on Twitter. It's act Vinnie Penn, You could e Mail me Vinnie it Vinnie Penn dot net Like Quite a few have been doing the last few days and I sure do appreciate that tried to run a thread through the last hour of the show, So we began talking about this shell game that is student debt relief. And then my old radio co host Glenn back called in to talk, not only China and he kind of surprised me with some of his thoughts there. Um, but moreover, on what he thinks is the future of talk radio. I think we can tie The potential future of talk radio, too. Uh, Education in general, now, not the student debt. End of the equation. But education in general, I was looking at the story, for instance of Meghan Kelly. She's like I'm out. I'm not only in my yanking my kids out of their quote unquote woke school. But I'm leaving New York City all together, and then she details. Some of the assignments. Some of the memos sort of circulated and It's it's insane. Uh, So, as Glenn back says, the problem with the and Biden administration is going to be the FCC. It's going to be the watch stocks. It's gonna be. What did this person say? We've deemed it unacceptable. And believe you may it could be like the most absurd thing. Back and I were doing routines about political correctness being the death of us literally, quite literally in 1997. I don't want to make us ground breakers. So this is but we were doing routines about that on the top 40 station about political correctness. Don't say that this and that. You mark my words a week from Friday is Black. Friday on Lee going to be called Black Friday for so much longer. That will be gone now. I don't want and it's silly. Frivolous, but fine. I'm not the kind of person is like okay, If that's got to go, it's got to go If dwarfism it, it's It's a little people. And we don't say that other word. The M word and okay. And there is a very real ramification. If when it comes to a little person who used the M word, I'm not even comfortable saying, Well, I don't know what kind of a ramification there might be. What's most important here is and I do mean this. Is a management that stands by you. A management that says, Well, we think that's absurd. Now I know they're terrified by the advertising dollars stuck it Hold And sometimes the stories air. I think Megan Kelly's was ridiculous. She quite literally lost a daytime television show because she said she loved Diana Ross so much as a little girl that Where she was growing up in Long Island in the late seventies, she would have gone out dressed is her with her friends is the Supremes for Halloween. And you know, whatever Black face was necessary. She was she didn't get to say goodbye. I was on my show. I mean, that's insane. I was Jimmie JJ Walker. From Good times. One Halloween. And what we did back then. I was like 1980 was my My mother would like a cork. You get a little ashy with a Bic lighter in color in the face Now, I appreciate okay, that's going. It's not enough to lose it. You need managers who will stand up and say no, no, no. Okay, We appreciate it. If you need an apology will get an apology. You're not losing the job here and that schools when teachers go get renegade and start circulating. Outrageous memos and woke assignments. Principles got to stop playing oblivious. My son a couple of years ago was given an assignment to do. He chose to do it on Connor McGregor. We come from a fighting fan of fan of We're fans of pugilists that goes back to my grandfather. Teacher actually pulled him aside and said, Can't you pick a black fighter? To him. He was in fourth grade. Maybe fifth grade. You picked Connor McGregor. And he said, Well, I did Muhammad Ali two years ago. The greatest He could quote calls him the greatest. You'd already the teacher was a little bit embarrassed. She should have been a whole lot of us. Can't you pick up black fighter? I mean, maybe he could have done it his a seven on Jack Johnson. Boxing champ who Trump pardoned posthumously because all the guy did Was crossed state lines with a white woman back in the day. Barack Obama himself refused to part in the guy. Trump pardoned him posthumously. Barely got any attention. Let's grab a quick phone call right now. We're at 617 to 66 68 68. I think it's rust. We've got waiting for us right now. Hey, Yes, sir. Let's put it this way, okay? You can go on Twitter and all this other crap. All are okay and they can easily take off. What? You what you have put but Turk radio. They can't do that. I mean it most like calling. Tried to organize a riot or use a swear word or whatever. Um, you have to cut me off. So it's it's much more There is, Of course, I see this is Radio Free USA, and that's basically what it is. He gives us patriotic conservatives a place where we can vent Because we event can vent on the Marxist media whether it's in print or whether it zits on TV, You know otherwise. What I definitely your photo is, is the book tool. And always remember, you can take a monkey and entertain them in front of the television, But I love it. I love you What You just did right there, though. Boob tube we've only got the clock is ticking on boob too broad that rust. That's that's going to be gone soon. That's the biggest problem is sure you can call into a show and I could do is show it's these the crash course in Ooh, that word's out. It was like I said to Glennbeck, Remember when thug was just suddenly out like you could? I don't know what happened to bone bone. What is it? Bone thugs n harmony like like what Thug was suddenly In incendiary word, and you don't get the memo. We'll be right back. My name is Melissa. And I'm a foster parent with embrace treatment, foster care. My.

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"vinnie penn" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Are see. think you should prepare for a time when You don't have people like me or Tucker or Anybody else? Talking to you every day. I hope to God, that doesn't happen, But I don't think that's Outside the realm of possibilities. Was talking to Vinnie Penn today from W E l I and he said I heard somebody talking about a speech you gave to the radio industry where you said. That if Biden winds Talk radio in particular is going to come under attack and it is it is possibly going to be lost. And I said it everybody think that was crazy. Said No. Everybody agreed with you except me. He said. We're more important now. More important than ever. And I said You're exactly right. We are more important than ever before. Because we're becoming the last line of defense. That is why they will do everything they can to silence us. They will come after our sponsors like Nobody's business. They will do everything they can to scare you and others away from us. And in the end, the FCC will just come up with something and it'll pass. Especially If we lose.

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"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Bit here. As we get into our number three of today's now Vinnie Penn Project here filling in this week on W. R K. Oh, there's a really You would think it was your tried and true kind of gotcha piece on bright bark dot com right now, But it's so much more than that's not even written by our next guests. Guest Rebecca Mansour, But it's there's a slideshow search of seven Democrats not practicing what they preach. But there's so much more to it than that s so let's welcome our special guest at this time. Welcome Bright Bart news senior editor at large, Rebecca Mansour and we've got to proceed with caution. I hope you've been well. Yes, I am. I'm specially distancing from you, Benny. I'm very far away. We're not going to get sick at all. I'm on the West Coast. No, we'll know by proceed with caution. I mean, yesterday I delivered a monologue about Cuomo was bizarre. Just his choice of words I prohibit Gatherings of more than 10 people in private residences. I found that to be scary stuff, but it incurred the wrath of a listener. I read an email that does I was basically called a killer. What does New York have to do with me that I mean, Brother lives there we don't you want Nana and pop? She asked me to He here for next Thanksgiving. So I think as we move towards zeroing in on what this attack on Thanksgiving and Christmas is all about, well, you may just get an email yourself. Oh, don't worry. Will you know when I would like to know from that list there If they could explain something to me, Why is it that Corona viruses were contagious in gyms after 10 P.m.. Yes. I don't understand that. That's kind of like the new rules as well. Hey, I mean, I can kind of understand why they would close like a bar after 10 p.m., because I guess they're sending people get sloppy, drunk and like, stop them. Where their math properly or something, But what's wrong with the gym? Is it more contagious after 10 P.m. and a gym? Can you say that to move any well that figures that out? Well, that's been my struggle all along is the arbitrary nature. You make a fair point about bars but restaurants. Now it's First of all, we've got a guy. Mayor in the town I grew up in who wants a ban on all indoor dining for the winter months, and it's like, well bye to some of the best pizza in the country. I mean, there goes Pappy's. There goes Sally's I don't know if you know whereof I speak, but they're like Nationally renowned pizza houses and it's a ban. You can't curbside Christmas. It's just a bad Title for Ah Ah Hallmark Christmas movie. But when they talk about OK 9 30 for dining rooms. That's it. Well, what's the difference between eating dinner at eight o'clock or 10? O'clock? On when they come up with 10. People can come to your house. Why not 12? Why I just it all feels very and it has from the get go Rebecca the 6 ft because 6 ft, then became eight, then became 12 and then went back to six. And that's why I lose faith. I completely but you know it, actually, when you mention restaurants, my favorite new development, remember how like they said that you could dine in the parking lot, You know, that's okay. And now suddenly they're doing this thing. Where, Because it's the cold weather is out there building tents in the parking lot, so you can't eat in an enclosed restaurant. But you couldn't eat in an enclosed tent in the parking lot. That makes sense, right with with with those kerosene heaters that that are just I don't know. There's something that that suggests to me. And what do I know? I follow the science, they say, But I don't know. It seems like a magnet for contagion. And the same waitress is coming over to your mask on. I don't I don't understand any of it. I know their wing again. I get that they're winging it. But this is You're pushing everything I think a little too far. Absolutely movie that everything where I lost faith is when it's okay to like, Have these masks. Chest if you're a Democrat. On. It's okay to like celebrate Joe Biden. You know, victory and go out meth protests, okay, And but it's not okay to do anything else. You can't have Christmas but I mean, like New York New Yorkers were passing around champagne box for God's sake. Just last week, you know, giant crowds. I'm like, Wait a minute. How is that safe studio? We'll know the pandemic. Yeah, but it's totally but you know, it says Like I think that you could beat this virus. If you just wear a Harris Biden T shirt and go out E Lovett. You're a Democrat. You're, um you know, I'm that's what I'm thinking. We should all just become Democrats. You know, my big concern is and again wrong with bright, part news senior editor at large Rebecca Mansour and I did believe that Ah, lot of this was going to calm down after the election. I don't want to come off as a complete conspiracy theorist to you, but I My belief is that this was made in a lab in China because Trump slapped China down. They retaliated. It's an act of war and nothing less than that. And that if Biden won his first move would be to make nice with China and magically. We'd have a vaccine and we'd get our America back. And for about 48 of them for a couple of days, I felt like I was spot on because here came Fizer like we're ready. We're good to go. And I thought, man, I'm right. But now I'm seeing. Talk of you won't even be able to get your shot until the fall of 2021. Fowzie is saying next winter won't even be normal, so it doesn't look like They're going to keep us in this headlock for for a longer period of time, and I really didn't expect that. What are your thoughts on that? I. It's just say that the distribution of the back team Vaccine. Since there's there's more than one now. It looks like you know, there's there is competing vaccine. It's gonna probably be pretty tricky to get the order to get that out to everybody, right? And I'm not. And I'm wondering how many people are gonna be lined up to take it right away. So I'd be the first, you know, Like, I'm not opposed to taking a vaccine, but I kind of want other people to try it. First e don't wanna be the guinea pig. And I think that most Americans just kind of in my boat. They're like, Yeah. You tried first Watch if you like, Okay? This is gonna be tricky. And then it looks like you have to take like you know your first shot, and then you have to come back A week later. A day later, something take the second shot. I'm like this is gonna be a long time to distribute that thing. I hadn't heard that. I hadn't heard that. I know that now. Mo Derna was there breaking news that now? Moderna, Not to be outdone by Fizer is saying hold up. Because we've got something to there's going to be an abundance of inoculations. I think 2021 will be the year of inoculations. Yeah. Oh, yeah. I mean, yes, if one is like 94% of fact of the other ones, 90, So you know, I don't know. It's just that this is one of the reasons while a lot of these health experts You always sound like they're equivocating like they don't know what they're talking about. They really don't know what they're talking about. They're kind of like guesstimate. You know everything, but I mean, you know what? At the end of the day, Veni Let me call this virus like the Darwin Awards. The viruses. It's pretty easy to bait. You know you where you Matthew, say 6 ft. Away from people who don't live with you. You wash your face your hands and you don't touch your face. I mean, Okay, I'll do that and get about our business. You know, get India out about We don't have to be locked out. It doesn't seem like If we just act, you know intelligently. We can move around. So I agree. Thank you Don't understand. A lot of the block down is wrong is our hospitals are not overwhelmed. We're gonna have to live with this thing. So we're gonna have to, like, Be smart about it seems to me and now I did see the piece on bright part..

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"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Frustrated with the transition block at the White House, President elect Joe Biden warns more lives may be lost unless the Trump administration cooperates in a coronavirus strategy. And unless Congress acts to provide another financial relief package right now, he warns of a dark winter ahead right now Congress should come together. Pastor Kovar relief package like the Heroes Act, the incoming Biden administration set to fill key White House positions later today, and as the pandemic drags on, long lines are beginning to form coast to coast cars lining up for hours and miles of food banks. Long lines also being seen it at least two local Coben 19 testing sites issues in Framingham yesterday at one point had police officers telling people come back later. College hockey's Beanpot tournament will not be played this coming February, the pandemic to blame there. I'm Drew Mohammed. WR KO as your chance to win $1000 text the nationwide keyword cash 202 100, You'll get a confirmation, text and info standard. That and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's cash 202 100. Okay. Thank you. Kiss could be investing. One more be the worst. Now they stop. Some never rest or I went back, and we have hit the ground running on this Tuesday edition of the Vinnie Penn Project here on W. R. K o Before we get to Judge Jeannine Pirro Love to hear from more of you out there. Number being 617 to.

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"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"It's Vinnie Penn. Coming back at you. Picking up kind of where we left off was interesting to hear Dick Morris on. They're referring to Pennsylvania on tomorrow's show will be filling in all this week and W O R. K o We'll actually have a Pennsylvania mayor on the mayor of Lancaster. S so we'll take the temperature, so to speak A Zara's Pennsylvania's concerned you could tweet at me at Vinnie Pan, like so many of you are, and I appreciate the follows that air coming my way. Although I got a tunnel follows last time I felt in here and they fell away in the days my pop culture. Fanaticism. I think chased a few of you Bostonians off in under a week. It really You got to give me you got to give me a chance here. You could also give us a call it 617 to 66 68 68 To that end, we'll take a couple of calls right now Held head to Quincy. And welcome Paul to the Chau. I appreciate you. Waiting throughout that break and welcome to the show. Oh, hey, sir. That was a Boston guest you had on a very formidable I'm glad you enjoyed it. Have an independent, but I agree with you guys. You know, I think anybody that says, hey of just a Republican, or or mint of just the Democrats. I think that's inaccurate. Every the worlds of black and white. It's great. Everybody is a little liberal and a little conservative in every aspect of life, you know. I think the fact of the matter here regarding Donald Trump is this He just did while me as the president. I mean, against Hillary Clinton. Yes, sure. Nobody wanted Hillary as president. Donald didn't do anything that I was sitting back thinking. Wow. You know what I mean? I believe that there was that there was election fraud going on. But there's been election fraud since I've been voting going on. And I think this I agree with that there definitely has been. But this is the most flagrant. Election. It is right in front of our faces, like without any care in the world at a time when everybody's got cell phones and can film it, too, so it was kind of a middle finger. I don't know. I don't know about where you voted. But when I went to vote I walked in They never ideas me. Yeah. 10 purposes, a photo purposes. Someone else could have waited and voted for me. Right there. All the all the ballots should be thrown out and a Newell and a new election. A new eye of voting day should begin because It's in my city if they didn't If they didn't. I'd be needed an idea. Anybody all those valley? All those battles in my opinion are obsolete. Yeah, I have Ah, friend who checked on his vote to make sure I didn't even know you could do such a thing because I think one of the biggest That things have made everything messy. Here was I saw people voting in September. It's like, why are you voting in September? I know there's a pandemic. But don't you think maybe your mind might change? I So I voted today, did you? It's September. 9th. Why did you so a guy I know voted he voted May be the end of October checked on it. There was no record of it. He goes back to his polling place. Goes the day of and they said All right, then just vote again. And these cycles that would be two times or no times at all. It was. It was a mess from front to back this time around. That's what I'm saying. And ever since I was a kid. I remember voted Wells 18. There were people that got caught voting and they had been dead for years. Oh, yeah, There's a lot of can you really say the Democrats stole the election? You know, I don't know. I just think I think that The truth is Trump didn't while anybody is the president, and he upset a lot of people with this shenanigans and And I voted for Trump. By the way the first time around, So you know, are you saying you didn't this time? Are you saying you didn't this time? Paul just asking, And it's all your vote is your boatman. I voted. I voted independent this time, man. You could say I threw my vote away. But here, Massachusetts If you're not voting Democrat, you throw your vote away, you know? Well, Paul, I appreciate the candor. I appreciate you checking the show out. And I hope you will throughout the rest of the week. Ast far as the trump think is concerned, I just, you know, don't necessarily wanna get argumentative. He was definitely a bull in a China shop. I don't necessarily need toe like I think likeability as far as the president's concerned is kind of a kind of an odd thing. It's a It's a luxury. Really. I didn't like the guy when he was Ah, ah celebrity and on every daytime TV show and home alone, too, and the sex and the City movie, but I think he did quite a few things as president. Historically the most money ever given to historically black universities. There. We didn't engage in any foreign conflict. He put China in its place, and it needed to be put in its place. And then, boom. All of a sudden we got a virus. Straight out of China. Uh, so and as far as the fraud, I think the pandemic was exploited. I think they they saw moment by they I mean, the never Trumpers, the bizarre he's not my president. You don't really get to say that when Biden is sworn in if and when that comes. I've never said he's not my problem in American. He's the president. I know I don't even understand. That fought process there that level of petulant, um and maturity. But there was a roster of things that he did accomplish, and unfortunately he just drove those who didn't like him so insane and not even for any of the things that he did do or didn't do, but What he said afterwards. And I just don't think likeability should be a mitigating factor here. But that's just me. It's Vinnie Penn filling in today. Here on W RKO and all week I hope to hear from you. We'll take a break and be right back. Is your business looking to cut costs without cutting employee benefits? 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"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"806 630380 again. 806 630380 Voice of Boston. Okay, We're back into mini pad filling in for V V. Who's on vacation this week, missing all the fun. You can take a week off when there's a debate, not not in this particular race. You could tweet at me at Vinnie Penn. I've been loving hearing from all of you this afternoon and your kind words or give us a call at 617 to 66 68 68. Let's hop on the phone right now. I'd like to go to Bob in Boston if we could. Who's got a comment to make about media Bob taking away way anyhow, why you do a great job? Thanks very much. You want to take some shots at the media? I'm with you. Yeah, I just think that there's a lot of involvement too much and involvement of corporations that have a stronghold. On these media outlets, and therefore they define what we listened to and what we here and where it comes from. Just just ordered white Pence does a great job. And what does he do? It gets battered in the press. How How can that be? Unless somebody is pulling the strings somewhere, So what we need to do is that they need to be laws they need. We need to get into Congress with separating the media from corporation. Can't have that kind of connection. If there's money involved, you know that's going to be a slight of end or the bending of words and and that's what we need to do. We need to stop. Listening. I see. For example, you commentator that's fine. I have a problem in people can listen to archeo Listen to commentary. But when it comes from the Washington Post when it comes from The New York Times, when.

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"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Well. Good afternoon Boston. It's Vinnie Penn, filling in for a vacationing Vehbi. Mama just checked my Twitter excited to see that a few of you have hopped right on its act. Vinnie Penn. I wasn't excited to see that I Tweeted just a little over an hour ago that I had a lot of trucks up my sleeve for today's show, And I don't know why Lightning didn't bring that to my attention did see that. I know you did, and I retweeted it and then I was like, Well, I already got it up. So I shouldn't say I don't know, because you know you're the you retweeted it and so did And so did our guests from from bright Bar, and now it's like, Well now I can't take it down. Incorrect. Twitter doesn't have the edit. Option A is still frustrates me. So I'm like, Well, I've got to re tweets and I don't want to sacrifice them. I'm going to ignore the typo. I have trucks up my sleeve. I was the one I was at a new phrase when I first saw you really on top of it with these new phrase, it's I do. Try hard. Don't I come across that way, But no, I don't have any trucks up my sleeve. Oh, so So aggravated to see that but I can't like I said, I'm holding a Twitter I hear is unveiling. They've already begun Unbound. Maybe I just need an update and edit function. I hope so. It's sofa. It's gotta frustrate the hell out of the president. To that end. We're looking for your calls. Right now. It's 617 to 66 68 68. I want to check in with Arthur from Rockland, who's been on hold for a couple minutes and I appreciate that. Good afternoon, Benny. And it's nice to talk to you again. Haven't talked to you in a while. I think I think it's faras. The debate went last night. There was there was no doubt as to who won the debate. It was definitely fence all the way. He was a class act. He is a polished debater. And Actually, Carmela should have been on dancing with the stars because that's all she did was dance around the questions instead of ants of them, and it just amazes me that she comes in unarmed. And in with stuff that's not factual. And one thing that I have a question about turned 2016. If you remember during the debates, they had facts, checkers all over the place in the day after the debates. They came out with How many lines with their Hominy Pinocchio's that each candidate yet what happened to that money? Yeah, well, I think all of that This is a unique here. You have to admit that our surgeon in 2020, we can't be bothered with that. We've just got to let the dishes fly. Let everything but the kitchen sink fly. That's the order of the day. That's too much legwork. You're right. You're right. You're absolutely right. But I no. Go ahead. I think 11 thing. It's fire as Trump inquiry tha he should go ahead with the town hall format on his own. And go down there and and just hold it Azin by himself and have people in there. Let the audience has some questions. Direct. But he should buy the air time. So it's televised because you know that the networks won't cover it. Yeah, well, I'll tell you and there are many on the left who are ready to just say I don't even believe he ever was sick. But he is a living breathing. As far as I'm concerned, testament to resilience and strength and What a stunning post debate. Ah, situation that wass. I appreciate the call Arthur. It's Vinnie Penn filling in for V B. Progress is a game of inches. And at Luray Caverns and Inch can take 120 years. Come see what for? Million. Centuries worth of progress. Looks like Blue Ray Caverns. What will you Discover..

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"vinnie penn" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on Animal Radio

"It didn't let me down so I got a message from Missouri Craig. She says that her dog is going in for surgery and apparently must be like routine with his dog goes in and gets lumps removed and it comes home. She said normally she gets the dog bathe. Before it goes I was in. And apparently he's Stinky Dog He stinks usually right after he gets a bath anyway. Some dogs just do and she she actually missed a grooming appointment before the surgery so she said now. The dog's going dirty and I'm gonNA come home sneaky. You know. What can she do because she can't wash the dog because he's going to have stitches? And you know it's it's a real easy quick fix fix. I mean as long as the dog isn't disgustingly dirty and has been out in a mud. It's it's actually pretty easy. It's it's Stuff that you can have in your house and I'M GONNA modify it a little bit because are going to make it a little bit easier. Just a quarter cup of white vinegar and a cup of distilled water still. What always works a little bit better Especially when when you deal with the dog that You know has an injury just for it just works better no minerals nothing. That's GonNa build up and nothing like that and spray the pet but still stay away from the stitches and work in really good. You can either use your hands and you use a brush and then just towel dry area. Let an air dry now. I always talk about a carrier solution to remove what's left behind and usually a powder but because there are stitches and usually usually when the veterinarian surgically is surgical clip on your dog to get it right down to the skin and remove the hair. They don't do it as good as a groom. And a lot of times you know irritation tation will Develop and sometimes. The powder could actually irritated as well. So don't use anything. Just work that in. Brush it out with the white vinegar is GonNa do. You know it's it's funny because As most people know I also have a line of cleaning products for pets and The cameras and actually made it said you know he goes actually the best thing to remove. uh-huh urine smell and dog. Smell is white vinegar he goes. It actually works better than anything that we could develop but it just doesn't last long once you mix it with water so didn't have they had chemicals to it so this is an easy way you know. Don't store too long the last about two weeks and Then I wanNA stitches get out then you can go have your pet. Groom but in the meantime you'll to have a dog that actually Smells good and vinegar. Smell goes away so it's not smell like a salad So will you just actually giving us advice how to avoid avoid buying your own product line. was that what I just heard no not at all because well it might. This is for cleaning dog and my product line does a lot of other things besides besides that. So now you can you can go out there and by Giovanni pet products if you'd like to but You know listen. I give the Animal Radio people of Bonus 's okay. They don't have to go out and purchase anything because they probably have it in a house. Y- throw them a bone. Joey I throw them a bone given a dog a bone breath. Remember the The group error. Yes song that keyboard player here from rare earth will be joining us today. Mike Bruner. He's actually our hero person I. He's our hero person. I don't know what he did but we'll find out just a few minutes right here. ORLANDO Vinnie Penn.. Party animal. Animal coming at you on animal radio today a very important topic naming your pet. Now I'M GONNA Italian. I don't know if you can ascertain that from the Vinnie. Penn is an abbreviation of a very long Italian name. That I can't get into here but when it comes to Italians Italians have a very interesting way of nicknaming people which you could actually find all of this out in my new book. Coming out called the Guidos credos available at bookstores everywhere everywhere the end of the summer. I hope you'll check out. Check me out. Triple W. Dot Vinnie Penn Dot net. But.

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"vinnie penn" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Newsroom and Lorie Brooks what are you working on for this hour well you know how we've talked before about pets and the opioid epidemic and about how for example a pet owners might be not being so go ahead they're hurting their pets for opioids their drug seeking one state has actually done a study on this so we can now put a number to one st how what percentage of people in their population are doing this to their pets okay this is this is very distressing news for me anybody that comes to your clinic looking for opioids for themselves and I never had anyone hurt their pet that I know of but I've had some individuals excessively Phil Medicine and it led to couple changes in our office. I can tell you it's just kind of how we deal with it I I don't carry a lot of opioids for outpatient us so I actually script those to an outside pharmacy and then they're under the observation of the DA so it kind of takes that kind of off my shelf and then it is supervised by the federal authorities so if they were doing that and they're also buying themselves that would kind of flag so do you have any not that while they're not harming their pet they may be taking their medicine and all of a sudden you know they they forgot their medicine elsewhere left it or dropped it or you know need get it refilled Asap you know I think some of those situations give them better thatta the doubt but there are some times over the years where I've had someone come in before that prescription should have run out and there are already refilling it and those are the ones that I usually say you know what I can fill this and then when you put it through an outside pharmacy they will not refill it before that time time they say sorry but if you go to your veterinarian you know you may have a sob story one week the next week and other so that's that's just how I've found stay on top of that and not become part of that cycle more on that just a couple of minutes with Lorie Brooks said the bottom of this hour with our news do that at the bottom of each hour okay coming up after the news the guest we've all been waiting for Bart Jansen the guy who maybe helicopter out of his deceased Kitty okay so whether or not you think that's a good thing or a bad thing stick around because this guy is one class Act Vinnie Penn here match on Animal Radio Your Resident Party animal the topic Du Jour or dare I get cheeky and say a pet peeve of mine when that friend of yours that you haven't seen in years a girlfriend of mine came up to me recently and said do you want to see a p. I showed her pictures of my kids and she said you want to see a picture of hi kids and she pulls out a photograph of two dogs I don't know that there's anything more frustrating than I get the sentiment of the couple whose decided against having children but to get a dog together in regard that as that's our child and to regard it seriously that's our kids chip an eagle don't they're not your kids I'm all for treating the pet like member of the two dogs in my lifetime and absolutely were members of our family they were man's best friend I am down with all of that but they are not your children as a father I take now why it's so silly now granted I dated a few girls and the day where I could have had children with them and they would have been dogs yeah I get all of that but to do that to show that photo and say dead serious these are our children we love them like you love your own children no you don't. no you don't because my kids would never have that tartar build up on their teeth Vinnie Penn party animal animal radio take it to a whole new level in fact so little is known about the romantic life of pandas that a TV team from England set out to find out what really goes on in closed doors or at least behind all that bamboo pandas live by themselves and only come together during mating season so they're really private and hard to get close to the film crew had to be extremely quiet the program wild China shows Pinhas in an altogether different light than the shy placid bears you might see in a zoo the usually silent male pandas were seen barking and shouting one producer described it as to buck as from Star Wars in a bar fight over a female panda swaying back and forth in a.

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"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

11:55 min | 3 years ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Journey norm. Paddock's, you know, it we can make the segue here a norm from in this day and age where we're looking at shootings, and we finally got into a place where police have body cams on we want to see the surveillance footage. And it's all about getting that surveillance footage. There's other places where surveillance is taking place, and we don't want it. We were in an age. I mean, I take an gobsmack by buffet urge everybody Sheshona Zubov the UP oh at the age of surveillance capitalism. I'll to get into the segment if you want to grab that's all. I mean know we are surrounded by devices that promise to make our life easier. And that are an offer us conveniences and connections to one another thing in the try to intimidate our every need and salt this on the grounds that. This inter connectivity. Between people then things will make our lives better. And you know with the body cameras work apple the body cameras. Expedient daily get the officer perceive imminent risk is for her. But with respect to this infrastructure of connectivity on it comes at a price. And it seems to be a price worse to use them to pay that would have been unthinkable when you and I were kids, and I I was a kid well before you, but the point is that that were giving up a sense of privacy. Inexperienced told we should like now this business of surveillance Catholic start. Remember when Google came online, and we rolled like, wow. This is really cool. It's going in cool. Google's stated objective was to make all knowledge assessable airport and that sounded like democracies promised fulfilled in a digital manner. But Google learned something along the way, but looking at what we served in search proper. References they were gathering what called meta data or data about us in our purposes with win Ed created with the data of others. And then you apply a instead into high-powered systems could generate predictive patterns and people would make it possible to manipulate and their control. So for example, long before Russia's so the election. Facebook was conducting studies on of its own private about whether electoral results could be manipulated. By means of digital influences. May concluded it could now when you read now get Muller report, you well, you know, Russia hack, and he and used Wicky we to the Trump campaign into the whole large. Okay. That that's disturbing. But what's even more disturbing? His as you sit in your home this morning, and you ask Alexa, turn later with the cost issue. On may be listening to that. And learning about inflation, your tone of voice, your preferences. And they'd be using this material that generate ever more complicated or formula to predict what you'll do when you'll do it. So that when you walk out the door, perhaps your phone, we'll say, it's raining state. Wouldn't you like to stop Putin's bagel doesn't it is that a commune scores in an intrusion who gets to control the data? We don't know just this week China soul to Ecuador a significant portion of its surveillance that read so that 'Ecuadorean cookie surveilled what is trying to do with this data generates things called citizenship points. He's citizenship points rape, people in terms of their desire ability and your or may determine what you get when the mortgage whether you were the first quarter plane at all what areas of. Determine it raises the chilling prospect of total control in someone's hit in China. That's the state in the United States, Twitter and that crop. Now, they make reassuring boy Lucas Facebook Justice week Facebook reported earnings Wall Street analysts for little little bit disappointed the somewhat, but why they? They hit a five billion dollar right money. Set aside to pay an anticipated Federal Trade Commission regarding breaches consumer privacy. Facebook is happily money can't believe paying millions of dollars in point to get more and more information about us. So that we could be controlled in our data sold for third party is benefiting in. So remember Skinner in each about behavioral scandal wrote a book called beyond freedom and dignity, and he said our notions of individual autonomy of them. Pickles science will give near collection of data about us in a scientific method improved will be able to understand behavior completely in. When we understand it completely. We'll be able to manipulate one another for the sake of better society. Do we really want to home? It's our. Something fundamental human Bishop. So I might you is the age of surveillance capital. The at the unwash- Kidul empire that we are all willingly Philly ourselves to is sort of fundamental threat to her weaken of ourselves, and it may produce a change is fundamental. And this is. You mentioned it again to show zubov's age of Valence capital. Her view is that just as the industrial revolution changed our relationship to how we cookies things to society on the age of surveillance capital is changing our relationship to one another into ourselves in fundamental weight such teenagers having techniques to. The internet pissed off you get when you're goes online message, that's dependency on something that didn't exist. When most of us were did the world's changing beneath their feet, and we need to be asking fundamental questions about what we do and who control exit the knowledge in whether that she'd be hint entities like Facebook or Twitter or should be regulated in some fundamental respect. Norm. One thing. I would wanna point out is an it's so hysterical. Like, you're you're referencing. The these great books to gauge of surveillance capitalism might go to places like rom com. There's some movie coming out called long shot and it stars. Charlie's thrown. She's running for president. And she's reconnecting with somebody. She used to be his babysitter. Played by Seth Rogan, who's an out of work journalists who now all of his stuff you're talking about right here. You wanna talk about surveillance capitalism? Somebody somewhere is paying for it to all resurface in an effort. To take her down take her campaign down. So everything he was watched doing it home everything. Alexa, told him to do. So there are people willing to buy our information to perhaps sell it to a third party who wants to make money off us, right? Who wants to make money off our interests are hobbies? There are others of your journalists. If you're an attorney, if you're a radio host, Alex Jones in Addis, dare I say Vinnie Penn there might be somebody willing to buy it for takedown purposes. Well, I mean, I know as lawyers I mean, we routinely checks social media accounts. If people in both cases, what they said who they've said it to and what they've done in from time to time. Find an extremely embarrassing it get a weird even digital footprints. Everywhere we go on, and when does put prints to embarrassing places, you know, oh, well, you know, in the political realm can run for all that evoke. Improvident at some point in their life. Yeah. Yeah. I think that's the most interesting thing if if Trump's going to be remembered really for for for any that, you know, how we always has society get to apply sometimes it takes thirty years is interesting the time in my life. When I started hearing, the the aunts and uncles in my life, suddenly that vitriol for Nixon, you know, it was wearing off Trump will be remembered about is really the first Twitter president, and and that's going to play a key role in all of this stuff. That's archived that stored. There's a kid out there right now. Norm. I believe fourteen fifteen years old would be president one day. Who's got to be aware right now. Everything you're doing from this point on everything. You're you're clicking on you're searching. You're you're responding to is being stored somewhere and can be used against you. That would have been Bill Clinton. He was at conniving. You couldn't control that. Here's an interesting thing. It's coming back to haunt him in DC this week and ran into Alex Jones and read and would actually protesting at the White House with Julian Assange orders, very time that Twitter CEO was meeting with Donald Trump promising Twitter, we do a better job of policing our discourse or debate during. Yep. Coming election. I'm not sure that's a problem. You know, I think Trump has to be profoundly villain about that. As our chief executive of the national government. I guess he he wants to control us or control speech. But isn't he the one who wants to use it? So here, you know, Trump is in this sort of in bargain with the devil right now. Twitter to stir up he's gotten complete control of government as well as much than effective in in. Now, the gods of the social media Twitter Facebook up hair courting him and promising to police are that we don't get out of control at I I don't wanna be policed. By the sucker, book Dunkelberg. I read in the time. The other day spent twenty two million dollars on personal security last year. I think he's one of the most dangerous minute of Eric. Yeah. That's interesting stuff. He's definitely in over his head. I don't think the guy could have ever seen down the road to key role in the world. He would have his little invention would have his little engine that could turning norm pads right there. I'm constantly blown away by what comes up in my Facebook. Feed. The marvel stuff doesn't surprise me. But surely somewhere, there's something the algorithm is picking up what I'm hash tagging etcetera etcetera. But clearly there's a a filter in place. Not every not everything I write about are every place. I visit online am. I pedaled certain wears there's all I don't know. If that makes sense any of you listening, there's already filters in place. Otherwise, I'd be there'd be a lot of interesting sales going on that I made privy to. I'm always made privy to my marvel of a marvel comic book stuff at cetera et cetera. I went to see the blue man group. I didn't even have I never wrote a thing about them. I I never took a picture in there. I never said I was there. Never hashtag them within twenty four hours. Blue man, there were all over my feet when I brought it up to an IT person. They said, oh, you got ping to pawn entering. I I didn't know what what do you mean? I paying well. Your phone. The in the air, you're paying that you were there. So we're way farther ahead than we're aware of sometimes that's a good thing. I'll see something brought up wi- wanna buy that jacket. That's sweet it's a an adventure hoodie, then other days, I'm curious cheese. I've gone to that website and this website, and they're not offering me up anything. They don't seem to be biting as far as the algorithm is concerned to curious. It's Vinnie Penn filling in for V who will be back tomorrow. Would love your thoughts on this at six seven to six at farmers insurance. We know every windshield collision.

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"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"vinnie penn" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Fibrinogen project presents divided. We fall in July two thousand twelve a one time. Nebraska, corn husker basketball star told Lancaster county PD three men broke into her house. Tighter up. Carved anti gay slurs into her skin and litter house on fire experts found no trace of blood on be neatly made bed. Even though Charlie. Rogers said her attackers bound cut hindered down on it. Photograph taken the day. After Rogers reported the attack showed wounds losing glud, I was kicking wrestling punching trying to get up. She pulled police a forensic pathologist concluded Rogers cut herself cuts were all in areas accessible to Rogers and avoided sensitive body parts and the anti gay slurs were written from her perspective. Not in attackers police discovered that the white gloves zip ties and utility Knight used in the attack were purchased at an ace hardware, the employees who sold the items identified Rogers from a photo lineup as walk them. Roger said, the gloves not hers. Investigators found her DNA inside them judge ordered. She do two hundred fifty hours of community service week in jail. Two years probation for faking the anti-gay it crime restore scared. The people of Lincoln even divided them domestic violence rose considerably judge was quoted local press saying it exploded in her face some and also starring on some TV show allegedly staged in anti-gay racist, take prime in Chicago. It's the most coverage crime in Chicago has gotten nationally in a decade. It's reportedly caused infighting amongst the cast of the series in fighting in the LGBTQ community because that's what's in fighting one pundit said only in Trump's America could someone think to do this in July two thousand twelve a one time Nebraska corn husker basketball star. And there is no such thing as a Trump. America, just America divided. We fall only on the Vinnie Penn project. And.

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