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Presidential Candidate Kim Ruff

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Presidential Candidate Kim Ruff

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That's stay away from the libertarians available today on Amazon and Barnes and noble online. Hey, I'm mad Conroy country, Americana songwriter and recording artists, and you're listening to the rim. So Martinez experience. Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome back to the one the only remedy Martinez experience grades. Have you there with us tonight? Help everyone how good Christmas a good new year. This is gonna be one of the first new years where I actually at the drink for a long time in the while long story short I'm out of a fulltime job again. So I get to be here. If you way more often now, it's not as desperate as it sounds actually working to get a real estate license. So, you know, I trying to live by more of my own mantra, I wanna work less for a boss, and I want to be more of my own boss, and that means taking scary risks. So the new year started I didn't have a paycheck coming after that by didn't roll in some classes, and I'm looking forward to taking more control over my life. You know, understanding what freedom really means financial freedom individual freedom. It's scary. But the same time, it's really exhilarating. And you know, we we live in a world where plenty of people that grew up around the same time. I did those. Millennials out there. They don't they're not gonna get social security. If you if you thought you were and you're like within your twenties. I'm sorry, you're kinda fucked. If you thought that you could work at Toys R Us for twelve years like one of my old colleagues did and then toys R us goes down. And no there goes your pension. I'm sorry, you're kinda screwed and then we have a large chunk of the population, which is crippled with students at the student debt in the United States is more than the GDP of Canada. So you know, taking these chances outfield too bad about myself. I feel kind of excited, but I am excited to come back to you for another weeks up Assode, I told a lot of you at the beginning of the brand new rebirth of this, new misadventure. We were going on I wouldn't necessarily be always diving in the, you know, politics, but is one of those areas where you know, that is kind of how I made my bread and butter, and I can't stay away from it. Like, a back crack addiction. I'm back folks with this. We've got one hell of a guest tonight. We're gonna be talking about some topics. That will definitely get you go, and we've got this one liberty bombshell. That's aside to run for the libertarian nomination for president. Now, I remember some of you may remember me from way way back when I was covering twenty sixteen that was fun. I guess, but I guess we're gonna go ahead and go through it again, in some way, shape or form. You just can't avoid everything that comes. But you know, this is this has got to be a good conversation. I've got great feeling about it. She's a libertarian activists currently out in Arizona. She's run for public office as a big l libertarian before lays and gentleman. Ms Kimberly, rough Kim thank you so much for coming on the program tonight scripts you here in kiss them much room. So I really appreciate you. Having me. No, actually next to be a really good conversation for United have because you said you've covered. The twenty sixteen dot was the first time that I participated in national I was a delegate for New York. And that was an incredibly frustrating experience for me because the most political candidates we had our at least the ones that were the forerunners that got the podium did the debates were Austin Peterson Gary Johnson, John McAfee and then to a lesser degree. We had Darryl Perry as the most radical anarchists. By-roads L room that night. Paid for mine. But, but yeah, I I felt like we were all many of us were very just pleased with the fact that even though Carrie Johnson care the nomination is president. We did not approve of the fact that weld was the vice presidential nominee, honest. You can remember it was a very very very close. Call between him and sharp. So everyone expecting some broker convention. Whether it was with the Republicans and Democrats with the libertarians satisfied the country by showing us what what was the most entertaining convention, and no I'm not talking about the stripper like honestly watching the entire thing on C span. It was a very, you know, it was a very how I wanna say it was chaotic. But it was it was the most interesting convention of that cycle for anymore. Like, it was really emotionally charged for me on the floor. But it was like watching WWE. But with Robert's rules for orders. I mean, Trump had you know, the WWE entrance with like, the fog machine and stuff and Hillary was playing with balloons. But like that was that was pretty cool. And I was just watching. We have butterflies on still told me that there was that. I mean, you know, there I know there was Kamikawa going on. I had some friends with a free the people considered her view Logan, Albright met Kibi, they were out there and Logan. Who is who's a libertarian? He the four for my book, and he was my mentor throughout college when I was in internet freedom works. He he mentioned the me that there was a comic book convention going on at the same time. So I knew how the different. It was just kinda kinda you know, kinda weird. But it was fun at the same time to watch. That was very very interesting. We not only had the mega con- going on. We also had like a series of Irish dancers. And then like, a boy, you intercollegiate collegiates soccer thing going on all in that same Odell. And I'm just like, well like all the fairies. Those very interesting. Yeah. With the twenty sixteen convention because of this elections that were made and because of the feelings the, you know, the division in the frustration. That was had by libertarians within the party keep doing this thing over and over again where we're waiting for this one true savior to comb and rescue us. Like, if only we had this amazing wonderful candidate who was not only polished and professional, but stuck the landing on principles and had enough name recognition to garner media attention donations as well as energize the base Lynnwood. We would this brass ring. We keep talking about somebody else to come in do but very few people actually put some skin in the game. Not wanna be that person. Who sits there complains about what everybody else does because it's not to my liking. So I'm just gonna do it myself. So that's why I'm running. Well, because my feeling on it as is that the president we have probability of libertarian getting elected to president is practically zero. I mean, even when we've run more closely akin to the major to party ideologies, the best that we've ever garnered has been about four percents of the entire voting populace that decided actually cast about never you mind. The forty four percent who didn't Kaos about at all. So that position is really more one is a functional figurehead in many ways a lot like the president kind of is where you're supposed to be face forward and a Representative the standard bearer if you will and your job is to take advantage of that high level position that you're running for not the position itself. But the fact that you're in such a prominent media position and use it as an opportunity for education, and we have done this weird thing where we talk about either the most controversial. But least. Pressing issues that are part of our general platform, or we talk about be take the weakest stance on wider issues that are affecting most people. So if I'm going to put myself out there as an educator, and as a proponent of principles the way that I would do it is I would talk about the issues that largely impact most of us and be dead on on us. This is how we feel about it in. This is why we feel that this is the way that we should do things by liberty is the solution soon. So what does success look like because you've already you've already concede. The fact that you know, you know, getting elected as president is probably not going to happen. So how you actually wish to benefit from this. I think the best way that we could be successful as a couple of different things. One of them would be to encourage more people to actually participate. Whether it's in the party or in the movement as a whole so that the because it really good government starts with Hugh and then spreads out to your. Family to your neighborhoods here your neighbor, you know, your city your community. That's where good government starts taking an active interest in role in what's going on in your immediate world around you not trying to control from the top down. The second aspect is that if we continue to talk about these things and force the issue into the public sphere in consciousness, we can encourage the Republican Democratic parties to shift farther away from progressivism, which is where they've kind of gone over the course of history and closer toward a more. Liberty minded constitutionally based perspective, we've gotten so far afield the talking about things, you know, like even taxation, for example, is like what should we raise taxes on this group or on this group, should we lower them hair or lower them there. But nobody at any point in time is saying should we really be taxing the thing. You know, like there's needs to be somebody says do we really need government to solve this problem? We're always thinking throw more money at it. Or you know shift. A part of government here over there. Nobody's asking is government really the solution. So I'm hoping to kind of create a socio cultural sea-change as we push this movement forward where liberty becomes less of a pejorative. We stopped looking like extremists for talking about things that were foundational to our country, and we become closer to what we were. I guess I sound like a classic conservative more than a quote, unquote, scary libertarian. That's the thing that really bugs a lot of people because we don't really live in age of labels anymore. A may it's just that. That's what twenty sixteen did to us onward, even this last midterm election. You know, the Democrats picked up a additional twenty four seats majority in the house, but you know, even they're fighting, you know, what's a democrat. Or they socialist that they have progressive or the moderate we've got some guy name a owed Jetta out in West Virginia. He's a state Senator in West Virginia Democrat, but he's running on a very populist platform. Dude voted for Trump in two thousand sixteen and he he brags about it. Of course, he's running for the democratic nomination now. But you know, like where do you put him because I don't necessarily think him and Elizabeth Warren really match on much, and you bring up the bring up you know, tha taxation, which is just the thing. That's really been bugging me recently because you know, with this whole go fund me from the wall one anyone that gave money to that. I mean, I hope they understand. That's not real. Like, it's like, it's a protests donation if anything gone probably get refunded because of gofundme policies, but like what was it? If you really believe that you know, that the government's role is to protect the borders than shouldn't you want say that. Well, isn't that what your taxes are going to? And I was talking to somebody about this at work the other day, you know, I mentioned Mark Allen Feldman recipe. See he had a plan for you know, checks and credit. We're basically you get your income taxes and for every dollar you gave to charitable nonprofit. That's one less dollar in taxes you have to pay. So I was like, hey med. If you donate to the wall, and you donate three hundred dollars and you owe three hundred dollars left on your income taxes while he's as a credit why isn't that count because you're essentially doing the government's work for them and everything else? And then you know, you got the you got the jokes online like who will build. The roads gofundme me will build the roads. Like, I feel like we're focusing on a lot of the issue. Use that you know matter some degree in some don't the biggest thing that bugged me about libertarians in twenty sixteen was you know, I I remember arguments about the validity of driver's licenses and things like that. And yet taxation is theft. But I can't go out in public and say that and expect to be, you know, waved at with all five fingers, usually she's going to be a middle finger, and it's I I know what I really don't know what the libertarian party wants any more don't really know if it wants to actually chief type of electoral success, or it's just really more of an education type of institution at this point. Because like like if Bill weld, you know, if Bill weld ends up defeating you if you if you don't succeed in defeating Bill weld, like what's the point of even having a libertarian party because you know, from what you've just told me in from what I've researched about your campaign like you. And I see eye to eye on almost every issue. I can't even do that. With. Bill weld, and I didn't vote for Gary Johnson twenty sixteen. I voted for some other person that ended up in the ballot here in Virginia. Because you know, Gary Johnson, he he took me off because of the religious liberty issue. But the home the cake fake, and we don't take that that's been done a trillion times. But Bill wells. I couldn't find any logical reason why anyone could get behind them other than he's going to give Gary attention. But most of the time he gave Gary attention. It was to the detriment of Gary so Bill weld ends up defeating you in that what's the point of the party? So I know I've jumped on lot of different things, I'll give you the floor covered. So many things. It's awesome. I'm Randy I'm ranting. I'm a little very insightful at the next question. I mean, obviously there is a longstanding debate within the party itself about what is the point or purpose of political party? You know as it for education. Yes. In one respect it absolutely is. But it is also for supporting encouraging grooming end. Developing candidates for office who against orders educators, a minute is a multi pronged approach. There's no one right answer when you're trying to talk the leviathan of the state, you know, there's if you're trying to trim the government down to size. There's multiple ways that we can go about it doesn't just have to be one or the other. There's you know, many ways that we can do it. And sometimes even just lean your case going the media route and getting that message out there, or in the case of, you know, people who are doing economic endeavors where they're trying to create a barter system or Iger ISM as another way of creating something that's a counter to government encroachment. So there's multiple ways that we can go about it. But I do personally feel that if we doubled down on arm stakes from twenty sixteen again in twenty twenty and it doesn't have to be me as the candidate. I am doing this in the absence of somebody that ICU being a good Representative. But if we double down, and we do. Republican retreads no-fence. He was Republican that aren't repor. I love it. All right. Here's the MRs ropes. But yeah, if we if we do somebody who's not actually libertarian us, not a Representative of our beliefs because we think we're going to somehow get more attention like we're going to double or votes from less time, which again is not winning. Than. Yeah. I do sort of feel like this is all is lost. A really do feel like we've learned nothing we've been doing this for what forty four years at this point in time since our inception. And we have sold our soul multiple times over and given up our principles multiple times over and it has yielded nothing, but failure. So if we don't stick the landing this go, then I do feel like that's it for us. This is our one moment our one chance to strike, and if we don't do it, right when we're screwed so voting as less of a, you know, right in -dorsements of certain person or party in one hundred percent of what they offer. And I see it more of like an investment in what you'd rather have. And that can be taken as a pessimist, or, you know, a more negative or more optimistic type of you. So why should you know, somebody like me invest my vote in you and not Donald Trump. Well, I guess it's a really good question. Because I know that. Family. Let let me go ahead and just throw out some some examples. So that way we have a little bit more meat on this. So basically, the reason why the plan on voting for Donald Trump at this point is one foreign policy because our country is broke like we're we're like a crack core. Trying to find money on the side of Vegas strip. Like, you have no money like like, we're bro- broke his Neva in like, you know, oh, I have a few bucks left in the Bank. That's broke. We have no money at one printing our way out of poverty towards prosperity. But that itself is just a redundant statement. Because all we're doing is a firm believer that within the next twenty years. We're going to reach a state of hyper inflation, like it's only like it's not if it's only a matter of win like we can't keep doing this with our money so foreign policy Trump has drawn BAC the military industrial complex. I mean, you know, I was a big James Mattis fan. But you know, I'd rather have. Have American men and women home taking care of America than in a situation like that? And everyone's like, oh helped the Kurds. And it's like, you know, how how much more can we do? I don't really think our help really helps anybody because the Kurds are in the situation because we overthrew Saddam who wasn't a friend to them by any means by they weren't getting outright exterminated. And now, the CDs and the Christians they are all but like annihilated. So I'm good of Trump on that. When it comes to the bureaucratic state Trump has done a lot to bring it down. And he's not a libertarian president by feel that libertarians are benefiting from Trump in the way because he's brought more people to questioning the role of the state and the role of executive power in the role of the deep state more. So than anyone could have done. And then when it comes to other issues like. You know, criminal Justice reform. He's allowing he's a big civil asset forfeiture fan. But he went with the with the right to try and second act and everything else. So he's actually leading on that. He got a he got praised van Jones, former Obama staffer and a former communist, and that's kinda weird. So I feel like even though Trump is not a libertarian president. I feel like libertarians are still benefiting in a small way. So why should I invest in you and not something which I think once we lame duck him he can just go all out with what he wants. Question. And actually, I think something controversial hair. I don't hate Trump. Don't actually hate him. You might be libertarian running hasn't tried to attack him. I will say that now. Well, you know is he right under percents time. No of slowly, not an easy perfect. Absolutely. Not his human being and sometimes he's really wrong on some of his policies. But when the man's right. You say that's right. And you support it and you encourage more of the same. I think if anybody says, oh, he's all out wrong isn't actually looking at what he's been doing in your right? There are some things that he's done that have been excellent. And completely counter intuitive compared to what we've seen years with years and years and years of beltway insiders and bureaucrats so I am thankful for that. I know one of the things you had wanted to bring up with me was my opinion on people pulling out of Syria. I'm totally with him on that. I think that's awesome. Keep going start closing bases overseas. Bring the troops home. Home with all the wars. That's great that you're doing it. I'm not gonna tell them like I'm not gonna say just because it's not popular to like him that he's doing something wrong when it's ideologically, right? When he's doing the ethical moral thing. Good great. Keep it up. My only hope and running is that I would basically present a counterpoint to certain things where he might be wrong on and encouraged by mere presence in existence that dialogue would shift consistently. Always wore liberty like that on the anchor point, always advocating for liberty. And that pushes the other candidates to start talking about the things you might remember in twenty sixteen just even in the libertarian party where awesome Peterson was basically talking about constitutionalism when he was going out and soliciting votes, he was playing himself off as, you know, a classic conservative or classically liberal to everybody else when he was bringing people into the party. But then when he actually got on stage into. The debates, and he was standing next to Gerald Perry who was saying seemingly radical, but very libertarian things. Austin started to mirror his language just because somebody else was on stage with him who is saying these things Austin Peterson started to shift, and that's my hope, and that's why I want to assure in sociocultural sea change by forcing the hand of the candidates that are on the stage to start taking those tax and expressing those things and thinking about it from this perspective opening up a dialogue where dialogue is not been had push back on that one little bit. Because you know, I I live in the swamp. It's it's muggy kind of shitty and the government shutdown. So people are cranky right now with with Austin, you know, he Austin, you know, never won election. But he knows the art of the politician because he's worked around most of his adult life when when Austin goes to young Republican crowd. And then he goes to like the libertarian Ron. Caucus. You could videotape of any Scott say things that don't necessarily seem contradictory. But you know, like what you said he changes his tone, and he shifts depending on where he goes, you know with Austin. And this is why you know, I was fan of there'll Perry because you know, one just from strategic point if I were a delegate the convention let let me look at this. It's like the man didn't file on the of the FCC paperwork, and that's something you have to do. And what did Darryl w Perry say, so I don't recognize the authority of the F E C more power to them. But you know, if he had just done it that way, the libertarian party presidential nominee would not have been on ballot in a single state. And you know, no one really care about a non factor with Austin, if he had been the nominee, maybe even McAfee had I'll just throw them all in there at this point like they they would have tried to play as if they were running to win. So I feel like with a lot of libertarians. They. Jumped on Bob Barr who was embarrassing thousand eight and then they ask for more Michael batter next from two thousand four, but you know, there's a significant difference. There's okay are we running for the views, and we running for the votes or we running to just be the best versions of ourselves as possible. Which if that's what you wanna do them. You know that that's all right. But you know, we're talking about the country and how people are going to vote on that day. Like, I'm gonna I'm gonna swing state right now. Like my vote. Unlike the people of California, Texas, like I'm in Virginia with and I'm in northern Virginia to like the northern Virginia where everyone's like, oh, that's where Satan lives, and all that other shoe. Vote is actually like, you know, just to speak pla- layman's terms, like my vote is worth more than most the country. Just because where I'm living. So I could shift it by could do one thing or another. But you know, if if if really. Really need a butter UA. Yeah. Which sounds like a bit of a sell out. But that is the complicated thing about politics, and as the one that is the only logical argument for Bill weld nomination. And you know, I argued people about Bill weld on the pretty regular basis by that, you know, once you break down once they admit. Yeah, he's basically not a libertarian. It's like, well, why why are you subjecting yourself to these mental gymnastics? And then they say because the man knows politics, and that's all. Respect. Why do we act like it's mutually exclusive that you can't be ideologically sound candidate who's principled and not also politics? I know politics perfectly. Well, I majored in political science have been doing this for ten years. I know how to game the system and how we're, but I also be consistent, ideologically, speak the truth. You can do both absolutely running as a libertarian. Kenneth frees you from a law the party. Totally awesome. Like just just being you got nothing to lose kid, tell the truth. So, yeah, it's awesome. So we've got a little bit time left on the clock. I wanna go ahead. And no, you know, let's let's get weird. I'm gonna go ahead and throw out some questions that you take your time on that timing. It just I just wanna see what's going on in your head so Twitter, and folks, you can go ahead and follow me on Twitter at Remm. So for VA, that's REM SO F O R V A, and I'll I'll let you know, some of the questions I'm gonna throw out and let me know some of the questions that you threw out together for the first one is Puerto Rico would you sell Puerto Rico make the state or leave? It the way it is. Good question. It's the most random thing I found I love it. Weird. I wanna talk to the first news like Jim sell it like what limit all those people's opinions and lives. I'm. Border think about Marya island mcdonell, and we're really in debt. Roque like, it's like, you know, they run off, and they try and be friends with the rest of Latin America than they forget that they're Americans, and they go broke. And they're like, oh brother, give me alone. And it's like, no. Me. Thing because you got a lot of crap from this like it's a surprise Trump crap. From a lot of people who suddenly realized that Puerto Rico was actually a territory, I I went to liberty university and during our inal international awareness week when they were bringing all the countries of the world, they brought out the Puerto Rican flag, and I had all button aneurysm. But how do you feel about that? Well, I guess my question is why are we still maintaining the territory haven't been petitioning for quite some time for Tommy and independence, Whitson value and maintaining the territory and yet not permitting them the same rights that we permit other states. True true. I would just say they're atonomy. Let them do their thing. Yeah. I know why this is such a harsh opinion that most people have because you know, about a year ago. Everyone was like oh, make California its own state because God knows hair. Harrison, a resident Palese please go away. Don't let your and bring your bullshit, politics and ruined my stay to exactly because you know. I I grew my hometown the Sierra vista. And I remember right before the housing bubble popped. You had a lot of people from California moving down. And you know, we were pretty red city. But then we start drifting more and more left, and thanks to all the Californians that moved out to Zona like we had zoning laws. We didn't have we didn't have zoning issues before. Now. Everything's zoning problem. You're you're the here Chuka. Yeah. Oh my God. That's awesome. I'm surprised that you know, what Sierra vista is. While you're in there. All my life. I was born at the Sierras to General Hospital. I went to school at First Baptist Christian academy. My mom was the manager at the Bank of America on on Wilcox. And my dad worked at fort, which Yuka and nice contractor the army military army. Yeah. But you know, everything was nice, and then the Californians came right? And you know, it's been it's been a hot minute since I've been home. But you know, I went back a while ago and about a year ago when I was asking some of the people there from California moved there. And it's like, you know, you're so progressive why'd you leave California. That's like oh getting expensive. And I'm like, yeah. 'cause you did that to yourself. Right. Gopi your tree if that's what you want pay your debts and be your own country. Exactly. Exactly. Oh my God. I feel so validated. Arizona. All right. And I'm like, we're friends forever. The matter. What happens would be like, though, we're from the same place. The the world works in weird frigging ways. It's amazing vista. That's like the the most random place in all of America. It used to be a population of like two thousand people like a decade ago. Now, it's like two hundred thousand people. From california. Yeah. I knew that Zona was gonna be on the map when they finally had an olive garden. It used to. Chilies seems to be like the most bitch and thing and garden shows up in red lofter's next because they're owned by the same company. You're like we made it guys. That's how you know that you're your real city. But okay, next one. And I think I probably know the answer this, but okay, sex workers rights should be left up to the states or should it be federally decriminalized? Oh, that's a good question. I am actually a big proponent of state powers who I think it should be left up to the states. Okay. Okay. Let's let's pull up the next one. Okay. What's picking that? Well, you know, if I said how like I hate it. When other people are like, so how'd you feel about marijuana legalization misnomer -tarian? It's like is that a real question now? I'm a proponent of sex worker, right? Sex work is sex work. But at least in the capacity of being further dential candidate in possible future president it's not my role to make that determination. So it's up to the states decide. So actually, I want I want I'm gonna put some of these questions. I throw them out later by Kyle focus on that. Because when I look at some of the other people that have announced that they're running, and I did see the debate that Johnny and raylene when the head and hosted a couple of weeks ago, I feel like the disconnect, and this is I really wanna see you go in the tack weld on this really kinda, you know, you know, by the throat off so to speak. I think the biggest things going to be not necessarily know who's more libertarian than now on that table because everyone can fight that. I think the biggest things going be understanding the difference between state powers federal power, and, you know, civil rights natural rights because you know, I'm a big fan of the L P Meese caucus, and you know, everyone calls them racists. They call them Neo confederates. Stuff, which if you understand any of those terms mean, you understand that's not true at all. Then you have weld who I think like Johnson just wants to do everything by -secutive fee. So what would you agree with that or disagree? If that where do you think the big biggest distinction between the libertarian approach federal powers is between how libertarians approach it. And how the other party's gonna approach it. Well, I I mean, I agree with your assessment. Yes. And I disagree with trying to use the full menu of options that are before you today as best an executive branch over the course of two hundred plus years of continuous consolidation of control under the federal government to enact whatever you want to play eventually whack a mole with all these different political agencies that you don't wanna see I disagree with that vehemently okra as much as I would like to get rid of huge swaths of the government. I think that it would be gratuitous abuse of power. And even if you're using all that power to do things that we like if still wrong. So I think probably the best thing that we could do is just start constraining ourselves. I if I got elected to president, I would only use the executive branch as clearly enumerated and outlined in the constitution. I would get rid of every single. Order that came before I would not legislate from the executive branch because that is not my job so ban. No. We've very clearly out that it was three branches of government, and they were a function together. But they were independent of the legislature that created legislation that was their role in responsibility executive branch with responsible for either vetoing it or letting go through and then the judiciary was responsible for determining constitutionality. That was it. It was nothing greater than that in the constitution is very small and very brief. And for a reason because it wasn't supposed to be consolidated in federal government. So if we want to prove to people liberty is the best thing that you can do for them. Then don't use all the power that's been vested in the executive branch over the course of our abusive Tarango history. You exactly what was outlined and nothing greater then start by governing yourself, then allow the states have the power that were numerator and left up to them to decide they can make a determination. Stage in their own turn, though, I cannot push this on them should allow municipalities and cities to make that decision until such time that we get to the point where that power returns to the individual where along that is why I vehemently disagree with anyone who thinks that they're just going to get it in there and use all that power in wish government away. That's absurd. Adam cocaine talk about that. It's like what what are you gonna do? You're gonna like eliminate your job. And then you're vice-president takes over. Do you not know how government works? I do want to give to Adam is that you know, he he runs a very I'll give him this compliment. He runs a very principled anarchist. Libertarian campaign. I love his messaging because he refers himself is not someone that's running for president even when he jokes about not running but running for president. He calls himself, a bankruptcy agent liquidating agent, and he comes up with these policies that you know, they're they could be skewed any which way, you know, who you're talking to. But that's that's a good approach. That's a good mindset to have. So I wanna kinda use the remaining time to ask you some hypotheticals about what your cabinet would look like as you're setting up this libertarian White House that God knows maybe one day. We can actually have maybe Tony twenty. Who knows how things go, folks? And try and turn it on every once in a while. But. The one the one compliment Gary Johnson is the one thing I think, and you know, this this is free advice. So consider it dumber. Not. But I think if libertarian if libertarians want especially when they're looking for executive level offices. Whether it's for a local county Commissioner they're running for governor something like that. I think letting people know the people you surround yourself with and the people that you want to come to influence, you I think that would actually kind of elevate the conversation, you know, one of the biggest problems I had of Trump in twenty in two thousand sixteen was that I did not believe that he was actually going to go ahead and nominate, you know, constitutionally respectful supreme court justices. And even though at that point. I knew that I wasn't voting for Gary Johnson. Gary Johnson did actually put out a public list of people that he thought would be good supreme court nominees. A one of them was Randy Barnette. Randy Barnette, was one of my lectures, when I tend to cater university in twenty four teen and Randy Barnett is on the board of the. Invention states. He was old school libertarian activists. When he said that that got people's attention. And that was a big thing. So I'm gonna go ahead shoot, you some positions, and you know. Just kind of think about it who would you appoint for these specific roles. So you ready? Okay. Go for it. Okay. Day one. The kim. Rough administration secretary of state. Tyrians e. That's a good question. It would have to be somebody would very skilled diplomacy and who took the tact of not necessarily 'isolation them. But a gauging with people in sound economic relationships and free trade. So we have to be someone who is of that mindset heart of me part of me wants to say Ron Paul because I'm such a fan of him. But at the same. Ron Paul card. My him for treasury at the same time because he's vehemently opposed to the Federal Reserve. So I'd have to think about that. I actually have not really thought about this before. So you're real on me, some some Koerbel. This is interesting. This is where it gets hot and happening, folks. Okay. Let's get real controversial chief of staff. He. Okay. The person I would actually pick as my chief of staff is my political director, which is Jared hall. He is political director for the libertarian party of Indiana. And he is working on my campaign. And yeah, I would take him. Okay. Okay. Let's see. A lot of the west wing. So basically politics you've watched a lot of the west wing and house of cards. You're basically set right. I was like your mind Leona, Gary, what's? Okay. Press secretary. Oh, goodness. It's gotta be somebody is fun. Spicer. Spicer. Yeah. He was a real kick in the head. Please. At least tell me you consider athletes scare Mucci. Oh, yeah. He was my gosh. As I think he could get twelve days as press secretary. That just be funny to watch, you know, if we're going to go for entertainment, value and no-holds-barred why not enjoy it? Wouldn't that be wouldn't never fun, and you'd have teller just kinda standing quietly like wing? Okay. Take it. I don't know. What else he's doing right now? So making lots of money run in a Vegas show that kicks us. Board of eventually he can do both phones to this after this meeting. You can go ahead and go to the Trump hotel. I'll be pulling stuff out of thin air. Thank you. Okay. Polling things that us an air eagles. Excellent press secretary that one wasn't even rehearsed folks. That's good. Yeah. That would be good. Okay. Secretary defense. Terry defense. In it. Someone listening to this like the real hard core libertarian. They're like don't answer it. It's a legitimate. Don't sponsor it. God bless. Yeah. That's true. Yeah. Right. God. I don't know a lot of the people that I I know very very well. And I trust deeply to do a good job and stand up for what we believe in our would not necessarily be known to wider audience. So it would be a lot of people to work on my campaign already or people that I've worked with as of own tier in the libertarian party. So yeah, it would unfortunately for your audience wouldn't anybody? That's sorry. Scott horton. You're not hired. You know, I'll I'll say something controversial contact a little pressure off of who my favorite secretary state in the past twenty years has been and folks, it's not my favorite secretary is state. You know in the last twenty years is actually Chuck Hagel really is that because Hegel so Hagel was one of those piecemeal concessions to Republicans after twenty twelve but Hagel as a Senator was very was very anti-war. And I don't think people really give them credit for his service in the Vietnam war that man saw a lot of death a lot of unnecessary, death and him and Obama. They had this weird, you know, friendship going on because they were both anti war anti intervention senators. So when Obama pointed Hegel, I was like, okay. There's gotta be something weird about this. And people, you know, they tend to forget one of the reasons why Hagel got the boot from Obama was because Obama. Was doing all these crazy things to, you know, military policy at home and Hegel is like, hey, can't just do this to your soldiers and Odom like know your place, and this this Hobo Hegel actually start being an advocate for, you know, saying policy with you know, bombs drone warn everything else. He he got kicked out pretty FANG. So that show a lot of principal in that. And I don't think I think I think as his as time goes on histories Golic kindly upon days of secretary Hagel, but. Minor somebody who's in a position like that. And is willing to say, no, I don't agree with that and push against the machine because that's pretty high position. And sometimes it's easier just to do the the easiest thing and not site back. So you have somebody that up. He was a Republican appointed by Obama for big position. So I thought he may have thought that he was just going another puppet. But at the same time like what ended up happening kinda show this like, wow, like props the Hegel, I'll buy that. I'll buy that do the beer, but he heard beard though, like, no leonide Slyke, not one or step something like that. Okay. So kids wrapping up. Yeah. No. I try to get behind every once in a while for every two steps I fuck up, but we're coming up, and we're wrapping up the show. This has been a great conversation. Thank you so much for spent time with me and my audience, but the biggest Tako you want people to know, as you know, sadly, we have to deal with another presidential election after it just felt like twenty sixteen in his yesterday. What's the biggest thing you want people to consider as their pondering who they're going to invest their vote in? I would encourage people to basically be involved pay. Attention look at the issues, not the personality, not the political affiliations look at where they stand on and vote your conscience, truly. I think the reason why we have come to this point in the first place because we became complacent and invested more thority and more power in our Representative government, and we ever should have. We forget the lessons of forefathers, which is that you need to be always vigilant and always ready to fight back. So start paying attention get involved on the local level state level. Federal doesn't matter that you need to take back ownership of your life. Perfect while Cam if anyone wants to learn more about you connect on social media donate how could they do? So we do have the page actually have a rest. They'll have Puerto Rico for Russell's twenty twenty probably like dependent. That'll happen. Whole bunch of Puerto Ricans showing up to the convention like its independence or not. Again, I love it. See supply. We can't. But yeah, you. Kim rob flash. John Phillip or Potard or maybe president and vice president in twenty twenty that their faith with brand page. You can find it there or you can go to rough Philip when he twenty dot com. That's our website than we will have a fully interactive one of very soon. Vaki so much for your time. We have last night and best of luck. And thank you, so much pleasure document fellow era zone, and who knows how much help stink. And anyone that knows who serve it would. That knows. What's your vista is pretty cool my book? So folks, thank you so much retuning tonight had the kick off twenty twenty election somehow, and I think we chose the best way. So if I don't talk about it for the rest of the time, I gave you this one that was a fun one. Hope you enjoyed it. Go ahead and follow me on Facebook at W Martinez, Twitter, Instagram everywhere else, so on to let gets shut down one of the few Latinos there see how works as always the next Friday, folks, take care.

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3326: The Diagnosis w/ Perry Strong

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

1:05:35 hr | 3 months ago

3326: The Diagnosis w/ Perry Strong

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He's also been featured on law and order Svu. uh-huh blue featured on vh one. As. Well, as the PODCAST, the hot mess comedy hour wrote directed and acted in the short one, hundred, eighty seconds I just saw it's fantastic. A Tracy Carnesecca recommendations were in for a treat her ladies and Gentleman Perry strong. Hey, thanks for having me guys. Thanks. Thanks for having me. I'm excited. That video one, hundred, eighty seconds. That's that's going viral. Everybody's loving it. I loved it and congrats. Thank you, man Yeah it's. It's more than I expected. I'M NOT GONNA lie I was like I think we got something good here you know and then Leslie shared it Leslie from Saturday night live Liz Jones You know and that started one thing, and then now you know casting networks did our feature profile on me in the movie and it's yeah on a first name basis with Lesley, Johnson I mean we. Can just move you from out of the last name syndrome. There you go. That's it. It's funny. I knew her before but like not just acquaintance comedy like Hey I know you you're awesome. Look Plan I plan on calling Andrea Andrea. Allen. For the rest of her life. No matter how she gets just to yeah just to make. Now, let me ask you this period because I'm meeting you down for the first time. You don't have to say of course, but have you decided who you're going to vote for Oh God. Yeah. Of course, Joe Biden. Yeah come on. Could you imagine now? I'm bringing this up the other day and bring it up every four years. These people that are are undecided. Are they lying for the attention? Yes that I mean everyone you know come on let's to be right just like you know when you meet someone if you WanNa sleep with them, you know you know that quickly you're just like all I'm in you a minimum out. That's it. You know. I saw a the onion article headline Kamala Harris admits she only supports Biden because she hates trump. This is where we're at. The other day of course, you know, let's see. Let's get everybody up real quick as if you don't know it was. That Donald Trump pays paid seven hundred fifty dollars federal taxes each year for the last two years. And by the way, a listener, a disabled veteran Maya says, yeah I pay more in taxes how how is this right and is that gonNA come up during the debate it does of course, he says, he paid more than that in federal taxes we know, of course. That's a lie, but look, it's racially. So I suppose what overshadows that is when trump is asked can you denounce white supremacy and trump 'cause I had? Just. Say you denounce White Supremacy I. Tell them whether these this what. Who are like you have to name them like these looking for like the Bob I don't know what he's looking for. Shouldn't he be like I'm the best at denouncing Roy. Like no one has denounced the KKK a more, and then I love the argument of which one of US did better for black people and just it's so embarrassing like just I can't imagine watching that as a black person going like a you are you guys going like? No, they're my best friend not my best friend. It's the most American shit ever too old white guys talking about who treats black people better it's like it's old that's from slavery today sadly is like well, I, treat my niggers better you know you'll like. God Damn and come on. Can we can we change this? It's the same the same players it's all the same players in the same house to be. If you're GONNA ask an actual debate question, the man got to ask four or five questions right? There were rules and one of the questions was an official question. Will you denounce white supremacy in the KKK? That's a question. The same question is you know, how do you feel about healthcare? How do you feel about the pandemic? How do you feel about White Supremacist KKK members? And five stuff. Tripped you up? Okay. Well, not even sidestep he So they what do you mean whites? It's such a vague term right? White people taking over it. So vague if only it happened before and we had a point of reference. and. Biden says, okay. The probe boys piece of shit about that because okay. Proud boys stand back and stand by pro war what now when you hear that as a black man Perry. Is Is there anything different to you too it's out there and I'm white this just in. But to me, it felt different because this was the super bowl of talking points and people might think it's not as blatant as it is any difference to you know I gotTa. Tell you man it's crazy like all of this stuff's th that's happened this. Year from a Aubrey forward, George Floyd there's no for the black community is no new information. There's no everything's the same as it's always been. It's just nice to see you know the other side the other sides are all seeing. Now it's like you guys are getting the information and you got it before but it's like now it's like Oh shit that's. Real. Oh, while we're seeing this Lake Oh, they've been saying that they've been getting hunted by by cops and slavery let out. We thought they were just complaining these damn black seir just wine and and it's like man that that's you grow by the time. You're four years old you know cops hunt you and racism surreal it really shit ever in NFL. Embarrassing to listen to rap and hip hop songs and stand up comics from about twenty thirty years ago and they are articulating this so well, and we're like, yeah, kill cops sure. That's what you guys do on were bouncing in our cars like we're special and now looking back just like Oh my God. You were writing essays in rhyme form and. Ooh darasing here's the thing. I would see these black comedians get revved up but then the bill comes my twelve dollar beers at it up and I have a whole bigger problem. That is to focus group. So of course, they talk about. All right. Well, this last debate we people Americans are embarrassed considered a disaster with everybody yelling over each other we're going to have finally implement. New Rules and trump tweeted out saying. Why would I let them change the rules now I won the debate obviously. Few hours go by and that's when it makes the news that Donald Trump and his wife of course, have the corona and how wouldn't they good see how they have. Now, is it a trick? So, that he doesn't have to do any more debates, that's what I was thinking I, but then I think they him and his people know it's a headline culture meaning hey I have the virus. Oh, people are GonNa Think is Oh, this is absolutely real. The virus not necessarily all the trickery. What do you think Perry Strong I think that I bet he had before but didn't say it 'cause it would make him look weak. And now he's using it. You know what? I'm saying I, bet he had it I feel like i. feel like everyone's been exposed to it to some degree. You know whether antibodies are not. They're still figuring this opening out But yeah, I think I mean obviously dropping it now is a great reason to step. Aside he looked like a savage animal up there for ninety minutes and people are like not do that again though it's A. You got covert. Go Go. You know we'll. We'll. We'll see how this plays out without you. You guys think this is fake like. The timing is fake or the actual him having it as fake. I think there's a convenience to win. It's being admitted that he hasn't. I think there's a chance think there's either a chance he had it and they just held off when they were like we can use this when we need it or he doesn't have there's nothing trustworthy about this person or the people around, but it's hard to believe that you. Can. Cover up a positive COVID test only because like you when you're positive people start fearing you for at least two weeks you know. So I don't know that people could just kinda sit by just as human beings with the same flesh breathing your air new refuse to wear masks I feel like it would kind of at least be rumored. Again Jab at like he he doesn't have to do these other debates again, the first thing I thought about but then again, he can't go on the campaign trail and you know the elections coming up right I don't know that it would be for his benefit to be sick right now the only benefit I know I know the people saw that he got it and got excited but it's a little worrisome because it's if he has it and pushes through. I mean if he has it. Yes. Now it's real but if he pushes through and he doesn't die from it, then it just looks like any other flu and is a hoax till. It's US being nervous about being regular sick. So and if he doesn't push through than our president died I mean it's still like a the security risk of him being this sick and just everything that comes with it. I don't think that any of this is a good scenario. It's funny. It's a question. I am sick Arpaio. School did you just not do your assignment feel like it's so it's a perfect thing. It's just it's just continuing down the spiral. Saying. It's like Oh. Yeah. Okay. Cool. Like it's hitting like every mark of like movie like all right. What happens awful debate okay. What happens he's got he's got it. So now we have like two days something else asked the pop, and then you know it's like we're hitting we're hitting beats and making a an awful story well, Fun Story to watch if you're not in it I guess. this the everything going on in the world there's going to be at least half a dozen great movies some Oh. Yeah. Now that's the good news, right? That's truth. He tweeted out today titanic was great. Pandemic. Tonight floats and I. By the the way I find that. So stymied, we got bigger problems than float isn't posts, but that's Florida's tonight tested positive for Covid nineteen, we will begin our quarantine recovery process together. Immediately we will get through this together meaning him and the all the Americans. A yeah Thanks for Korn teething now. Thanks for that. That's cool. Also good timing. Amy Miller she is the podcast who's your God can deny both been on its she tweeted out. Prang, this will bring some awareness about covid nineteen to the USA. Exactly Yep. Right, Fem Shapiro writes think of all the FREAKY ASS Corentin, sex trump MILANIA. Who? They are not in the same room there's no way they don't like to. So. Yeah. I think that's the joke. No, I do not think. Actually do. Right now. Yeah what's that? I? Think she's down with him at a level that no one understands I think they're like this I think everyone feels bad for her but I think, I, think that's his girl like I. Think She's like I like hardcore alike racist in wild in just like him I think she's the same exact person I think she's just like I think you're right that she's just like him but that doesn't mean they like each other I I think he would be divorcing her now and yeah, she's she's not a victim in this she chosen continues to choose it wrote. He's a racist she's she's just let me get whatever I need to be the person I want to be right. I'm being told that because of the Cova news thousands of Muslims are dancing on a rooftop Jersey city's this true I can't imagine remember nine eleven trump said that during nine eleven Muslims were dancing on top of roofs in Jersey City. You know he can see from New York over there. The way you know got the best is the way you could see Russia from Alaska. and. You know the also said if you remember during nine eleven again. You know so many bigger problems than this now, but he's like at nine eleven I'm here to Thank the first responders that I'm President I was there too. I. Helped out but you guys were amazing I definitely help that you all. Saw Me not as much as you guys. You guys were good like, okay. Well, I keep molly helped out the same amount but alright, not as much as first responders that actually did a thing but just as much. So I don't know if he's if he sing people getting a little too excited. Let's see. You Know Herman Cain is still tweeting and he he got covert. So. We'll get a don't be too nervous, MR? President. What what's that GonNa be like isolation tweeting that even GONNA get crazier now Got Yes. You gotta hope they're just sedating him and taking this phone away until it's over what do you think Perry? Yeah. No I think he's like Charlton Heston with guns. You know I think you have to take that out of his cold dead hands. Yeah he's he's. He's he's. He loves twitter and IT LOVES HIM BACK SO I get it. You know. He's built an empire. Well, he added you know he's whatever he's built some chemcial. Here. That's what I'm there. Thank you. So, weird I have Z's going around and we don't know if it's true or not. Let the FAULK. All. Right. That's that's that's this whole experience the trump experiences. He was claiming that he brought football back. I don't know if you cut that during the during the debate he's the reason although now. The next steelers game steelers, titans game that has been suspended because players on the titans and staff members of the titans tested positive for Cova nineteen. What how? Are they playing touch football? They actually while they tackled people breathe heavy. Thing going on masks right what it's outside talk masks right more helmets than masks though is They had the they put that little medical grade masks the grill of the helmet. Boy. Boy when we doing Perry, you know what I mean. It's a mess. It's a mess. It's just It's a sinking ship and You know we just gotTa hold on just hold on and you know clincher. Butt. Cheeks tight. End In in hope you know keep your head down hopefully things with the hopefully these clouds pass over. At right now sunk urging. Metaphor. Metaphorically, how would he be? Actually. Emotionally. One answer was going to lead to the next saw while I'm physically in Brooklyn? Apartment. This is my photo studio living room that you see me now Dude. I'm actually it's crazy I. I've been really fortunate I was able to collect the stimulus money and Kinda just used all of this quarantine time to make Artan take photos and create the short film you saw. And I've shot another one that we're editing now and just just really stayed kind of busy on my own personal art thing and it's been great. But it's like right now with everything going on with this film, it's it's great. It's a it's more getting seen more than I ever have. But at the same time, you know my technical directing work for television has gone people don't really want headshots or does because everyone's like. Feels fat or feels like they don't need them because nothing's happening. You know I'm not I've gone in some auditions, but it's first off that. WHO KNOWS IF I'll get it and who knows if it'll shoot you know so Cultivator bus, right? It's weird. It's like I have this great thing going on with the short and then but in my I'm watching my bank account bleed out in I'm like. Well, maybe the next short is about homelessness and it's It's a reality piece you know. We'll see I don't know. I, don't know. How could you make lemonade next right? I just don't understand I. Don't understand how like people are you know the twenty million people unemployed holding their breath like I don't understand how they're not writing or like what's going on? I'm not calling for them to but I am. Mike what's going on here? It's easy. Right Perry's next project. Is Him knocking on Leslie Jones door with a tip jar you liked it. You said, you liked it come on Leslie, helping out come on girl should I was You know what? The we do poker in the chat room. Every Wednesday I. Let's see we we join at like eight PM. Eastern time. The game officially starts at eight thirty. It's. You have like an hour to get in and I bring this up of course, because I one, the other day. And that feels good and this is the yeah that's half the fun and then this right now is the other half of the fun. You don't WanNa did by the way can somebody took me out? took me out I one, but somebody took a large chunk of my money at one point and I was fainting that I'm super upset so are and I lifted on my chair to like slam it down and slammed it down on my foot. All my God. Oh my God. I don't know if people are getting less her more hurt during a covert, but I still find a way to bang into things. I. I didn't see that on the camera when that happened, oh? Yeah. You just hell that to yourself. Random canaries you must have been the bathroom some I think the whole world knew. Oh, my God well paid attention to you. Speaking of shoes and feet. Let me mention this Rathi shoes I should have been wearing them R. O. T. H. Y. 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They're passing it that only because it's a cool name see yeah, it's a lot of. Pressure right you it's your job to make it a fourth at. You're not really your own person is it is it child abuse I? Mean listen it's it's it's a lot you gotta wet. You Know Perry is a ferry you gotta deal with that Shit. You know the you know all through elementary school strong than everyone wants to fight you because your last strong. So then you actually gotta get strong it's not really an option you learn to fight. Did you learn how to fight? No YEA. You fight. Most Would you mean where lake cold like WHAT SCENARIO GOTTA Scuttle go out to lunch. You WanNa fight strong someone hits, you you hit them back. He hit him get him in two thousand, and then you go get thrown in suspension you know that Shit That old shit you know. Drank a lot too I used to get into those fights but you know. Drunk fight like huggies Zuhdi law side. Yeah I. Definitely, there was a group of comics in a fight broke out. I was the guy who broke it up. You know. You're you're born and raised in New York right? I was born in Chicago but my family moved here when I was one. So. More or less okay and with what you're alluding to. You you had a big drinking drug problem, right? Yeah and you're over it now. Yeah. Yeah. I actually shot one hundred eighty seconds shot the second day of it when I shave my face, I shot the second day of that on my three year sober birthday so. Thank you. Yeah that was Kinda. That's kind of been my thing every sober. Sober I make a new short film. So this is. Number. Three can I ask what was your bottom was a drugs alcohol? I mean it was both you know it was really they were Simpson beyond it was just I didn't do one without the other and it went from you know I was doing it here and there and then I was doing I was just doing that and everything was a party to that like I was drinking and doing drugs and Kinda doing stand up we're kinda working in television you know let's drugs like how do you? That's a big lump usually alcohol goes with coke. Yeah. Yeah. Mostly mostly coke and adderall you know or like you know of Crystal Meth I did that shit was crazy but that was I mean you're the first the first few days is cool. But you know you get a month into one of those and. You know. Different well is it like a month into crystal meth? I lost, thirty two. pounds. Shit. Dude I. Am Not GonNa Front I. Yeah. I was getting laid a lot. It was great. It was I. I was just thin. I looked it looked you're like, wow, you can see everything you know. But I. Felt Terrible. have sex on crystal, meth the best you've ever had pretty much really. Yeah that's unknown thing you president you can like function you're working superhuman in fact. Yeah Yeah it actually after that, you need like time for normal sex to be. Okay. Fuck. Okay. Sermon thin. What happens? Well I think a month in is where I kinda. I just kinda collapsed to be honest. I was Kinda had one of my but that was like you know getting sober sometimes takes a few rounds. You know and this was two thousand nine and I'd been doing coke allied and I broke up with my girlfriend I got depressed and ran out of money. So you start doing crystal math and then a month later you're like Oh shit I'm about to die and then you get over. But then you know you go back and then you go get out and go back. What do you usually go back with is sit alcohol it always starts with the drink. It always starts with that. You know you have a drink and your guard comes down like Oh. Why don't we get this or why don't we do this or why don't we go here and it also once you drink it all sounds great. So I, think you avoid the alcohol you avoid everything else you know says Indian. Did. You have to cut some people out of your life. You know what I? Yes. I. I mean when you do that a lot of people just disappear because they're like, oh I, don't want anything to do with that's over shit and they got they leave. Right. But which is not a good idea anymore because you're not junk right? Right it was just also like if you're sober and you're hanging out with someone who used a party with your now a mirror to them to what they should be doing or like they're like, Oh, well, why am I not doing that or and you make them feel guilty they feel judged you know and all that stuff and I got it makes it just you're on different frequencies. Why would you still try to hang out? You know being in such? He's just in different minds like. Mine spaces and there are a lot of friends of mine who had you know I didn't see for maybe six months or a year that I can see now you know but I'm not going to go hang out with them when they're partying and stuff like that. So you were you were on your at Caroline's comedy club. and. You fell off the stage drunk. Yes. was that one of the bottoms like with that Oh God? No. That was. That was nothing that you would think you would think I didn't even really remember someone had to tell me about it. So when was like oh? Yeah, you stepped off the stage. recovered. Okay. But I was like all right I was so was still I was I was thinner then younger so I guess But isn't that something? So you fell off the stage recovered, which means you had the crawl back on the stage somehow I don't know if you go around the back. Steps down you know you step in you step down you're like Oh and then you pick back up and you're like, Oh, fuck I'm hurt and keep telling jokes. Oh, you know and you just keep moving because also you're on drugs so you don't feel the pain you probably you know I was injured I got Oh my God I got injured getting on stage at the factory Los Angeles I pulled my I pulled my quad and it hurt for like a month my foot got caught under a rug and I, tripped getting on state it was ridiculous this. Junction it's drunk Shit Right? Do you ever I quit drinking and what I like and I just you know slammed a chair on my foot and so part of me is like I getting hurt the same amount. No? No. I don't get hurt the same amount. No, no no that was a while you just you. Just be easy with yourself. Take you know our married I. I watched the disease talk but the diseases like key who is a faulk? Come back to us. You'RE GONNA get hurt you're gonNA you're GonNa get wrecked and you're gonNA get hurt anyway. Come he just walked into another sign who gives us. Your do your does your family have a history of drug. Severe. Year. Yeah I come from kind of a crazy broken home situation both my parents were criminals and they went to prison and I was adopted but I saw you know from one to eight I lived with them. They were drug addicts and criminals. No isn't that balls. So your your dad was a pimp, right? Yes. Correct. Your MOM is sex worker. Did he happen to pimple out? You know I was young? I. Don't know the details and I've always kind of you know what? You don't WanNa talk to your mom about that. You know it's I've never I've never inquired it hurts too much but you understand what's happening in what's going on? You know isn't that something to that? You know your parents are living this lifestyle and then they're like but are. Very strong Thurn. Really Rockefeller, right? Yeah. You're like All right. You know what you think is they were rich when I was born they were wealthy. from from criminality. They were very success I mean up until I was five we lived in a you know this dual level apartment on twenty first in like second or third in Manhattan Oh Manhattan I mean, obviously, this is like nineteen seventies six, seven, eight you know and but we by it was always there was money they used to put me in suits and shit because it was pinchas. This big shit I had every toy possible. You know they were like toys a cost thousand dollars. Then you know and I would give them away to my friends because I was like have my parents will give me a new one here you take it. You know as crazy seen people with even kind of money because I grew up so poor like one of the one of my girlfriend's kids will will say I'll I'M GONNA go out for a second and the mobile like all right the you won't five bucks for food or something and they go no thanks and I'm like Why Do. So you're going to get it. How do you get later if you need it why got extra money? That's the extra money. Thanks. I'm good. Yeah. Big about good girlfriend eidinger millions. The kids are going. No. Thanks. If you offer me five dollars right now take it. Yeah. Yeah. I'll take it. You're sure you want to give it to me. Now when when you have this kind of money as a kid, do you know it's the money's not coming in on up place like you've caught your Dad Punch people in you're a kid. I mean, you don't really think listen we growing up people ask me well, how was it whatever and I was like it just was what it was. I didn't understand it I I didn't understand I was much older. A lot of what I saw going on. You know you're just is what it is and you're like, okay, and then you do notice in all of a sudden you. Know my parents went down this. You know the freebase cocaine that everyone went through in the in the beginning of the eighties that made us basically homeless. So you're like Oh. All right. Well, something happened right did but at the same time, do you know not like even it is what it is do not know not to share it with kids in class. What is your parents do? They Punch people for money. Yeah. No, you know what I did tell Oh, my kit my friends when I was young I told them because I. It was weird because I had my parents and then I had my my mom, who's my godmother I would stay with her kind of they would set my pants would send me to her like to get me away. From them and they have their own time and she's a professor. You know she was a professor when she passed them actually this is the apartment that I'm in now is was hers and she kinda half raised me in So it was weird because I would I would tell her what was going on and she was like, Oh, my God, she's you know But yeah, yeah I don't. I don't think I ever was like a embarrassed, which is weird I never was embarrassed. My parents was like well, that's Kinda. That's them. You know that's funny because Keith was and he said was the opposite of the pimp. Right. But what's the word bitch what? What's what's the word but yet? Your mom would she's a sex worker, but she's also robbing the people in these hotel rooms right? What's the correct? You tape your wallet to the under side of the table right everybody said. Well you know that's definitely go up like you're going to have sex and then steal or maybe you have sex and steal once again, I never I don't WanNa. Know the stories. I know you know I. From putting everything together. If you look at my mom's rap sheet online, you know it's all there. You see what's going on and she would allude to things but she always also tried to kind of put on a front. They. My Mom. Yeah. My Mom's alive. You know we talk here and there you know we don't talk often because there's a lot of pain and stuff, but I love her you know. When you say put on a front you mean, not getting into the Nitty Gritty, right? Just be like well I didn't I didn't have sex with anybody I just robbed them and I'm like all right sounds good. You know what? If you choose to believe you? Like, Hey you know we don't. We don't need that. That does. that. Confirming and denying, which let's stay away from all that just let it be. It's the past they clean now. When my father passed an nine He did twenty years in jail they and he had cancer on that was terminal. So they released him then US ally he was out for a few years and then he passed among us must have been trippy 'cause the Internet was you know? Just starting for everyone as a regular regular thing. Right, right right. Well, he was too old to care about anything like that. He didn't. You know I try to take him to eat Sushi I ain't no raw fish Nigga what's wrong with you? You know he's one of those old school black you start with Sushi out of jail but okay I wasn't the first meal when I was like. You know be open to things come on you're out. Try To. That you know and it didn't go well and my mom is a yeah my mom's she's down. She your mom would back in house she got busted I. Don't know if this is the big buster just a bus. She was trying to steal a safe from a hotel room wrecked. That is a story. She told me Perry they call was like, Ma. Why are you jail? So long this time and she's just like well, they caught me carrying a safe. Now. Holy. Shit Arenas. That's gangster. That's my mom. She's a bad ass little woman. You know he's crazy little white girl you know. Man Man. DOORS ARE LOCKED Ma'am mine, it has something to mind. You know break back why you really think I'm stealing this come on son what's wrong with you Let. Me Guess because I'm black man, it's unsafe. I'm white and she's way yeah. My son's black. Yeah Man. So yeah. Yeah. Got Got a I got a interesting parent thing. You would see. Just, to go back to this, for second, you would see your dad beat up somebody a another prostitute or another guy, and you just knew fact. Yeah I mean that's just Kinda. What happens that doesn't fuck up in school at the time like you're you're angering your fighting you know what? I mean, there was a point when I when my father went to jail and I moved here to live with my godmother I was. I had a bad temper. You know but I wasn't I wasn't the lash out kid you know even though even though I had that like you know I saw that I wasn't it didn't make me a bully if anything I was a guy who punched the bully in the face. Then he gave me that confidence to be like. Well, I'll punch you in the face. I'll do it. I don't want to and that's kind of that's yeah. That's kind of where boys. Mike I. DON'T WANNA fight. Because that just made me Kinda against violence, but it also made me kind of feel like I'm like if I had to do that I could. Say said. But I'm like I. Don't. I, don't want strike that shit is it's depressing. It's awful when you see when you see strife like that, you know I saw my dad kill somebody that's. Okay, well. What aides? Are you. Seven eight. How did he kill him stabbed him to death. How many times a lot I was a kid I. Don't know. There's blood everywhere is terrible well, in response while it was happening, I just watched. A bunch of people watching it was in front of on one hundred twenty. Fifth Street in Harlem I forget what Avenue it is and I was outside and you know my new my dad went into this building for God knows how many hours and come out but it was a drug building I know that now that I'm older but I didn't understand still I was like understand why he's always going in this fucking billion I thought you said he had to get money or something and you waiting outside. Outside and it was actually the worst time ever some kid pushed me in a trash in a fucking in a hypodermic needle went into my hand. Right this is while you're waiting for your dad rowing for my dead is like it's it's one of those nights is so bad and I knew I was super young but I can't you'd society remember it's like you're like, yeah I remember that Shit and I'm bleeding and I go in a Chinese restaurant they give me Napkins I'm holding my hand I want my dad and I come out and save I'm sorry did you have to pull the needle out of you? I guess. So yeah I just remember being in my hand I don't know if someone else if I did it and then I'm just like to be clear this is like second grade, right? This second grade correct. Yeah the second. Great. So you know, and then I come out and there's like a ruckus in front of the building and I walk up and it's my dad fighting this guy, my dad just stabbed him. With What kind of knife. Madame Seven I. Look I'm forty four and I wouldn't know like well, it's a Boeing. Blah Blah Blah I'm just thinking like. Was it. and carry knives. So yeah, it was a it was a protection or. Hunting, but it was definitely knife made for doing what he was doing now I imagine everyone screaming because he said people were watching. I don't know I feel like it's you know fight sounds you know. Here's something going on and then my dad just walks up to me he's got blood all over him, and then he takes his jacket off throaty meet. No dead serious and I was like, yeah, and he didn't even fuck in care. He was just like whatever you know and he takes his jacket off. It's freezing outside you throws his jacket into the trash. And we'd just go home. And that was it. Even. If I had one of my dogs with me literal like poppies they they know something was up and get a reaction. You really thought it was another day. I mean. It wasn't a that moment that that was the worst that was like that was the crazy shit that happens for the most part. You know there was one time my dad attacks I'm doing the beat his ass, and I remember that 'cause I was like Oh shit that doesn't happen you know but. Yeah you're just like all right. This is what's going on. Did you see this man drop dead of his wounds? No, you just fell on the ground and then we left. So maybe maybe he lived I don't know did did the the witnesses I guess we're calling them today walk away or where people hang on you just left us. That the cops right now. Are we talking to you? Know they. They want my testimony. They're like all right. We're GONNA put this together. You're an accomplice ex I'm going to go to jail. Did he get found out about that? No. That's that's a story when the the the time that your dad got beat up. How? How old are you and what do you have to do? What do you do? Right? Then Your Dad's just got beat up and you need to go home. Well, it was me my dad and my mom in an apartment and my dad's starts a fight with this dude I think he hit him with something like a hammer something crazy in your house. In this dude's house. Okay. We're not in my house and I'm on the floor playing with a toy. And they get into a fight and then they fall on me. And I get fucked up and then my mom pulls me out and then the Duke Beats My dad and I think They hit my mom and then we left and then my dad hit my mom because he got beat up. Right away or home like elevator on the way out like that or ask should. Her yeah. My Dad was a terrible. used. Because you have my mom and try to hit him when I was little. You know and then he hit you. fucking. Kick. Just. Swab your way yeah. fucking little kid you know. So when did you move out of your parents? Well, no, you got adopted I got adopted. So my father went to prison in eighty four and then. Maybe that was like. Better. Oh for sure I got a parental upgrade then God. It's terrible I feel bad to say that. 'cause you know. My father, you don't want him. You know you know you don't. You don't wish bad stuff on people, but he did bad shit. So you're like. It was I needed to get out of there and I did, and that's actually was a saving grace and I've I've talked about that before with my mom with people you know now you've ever get to talk about it to him. No. No, no. I tried to talk. You know when my dad got a jail, I tried to have real conversations with him. And he wasn't. It was weird. It was like there were times where he was trying to reach out but I was kind of like, fuck you you know because of everything But then when he was when he was dying of cancer I kind of put my anger down and I try to talk to him and he was angry. So we just missed, you know that's we just missed. We never got a chance to have that that talk. You know what are you like with them? Like romantic relationships. well. Not. The Best? Say What would everybody say? The excess is your main problem. You. Know what? Actually the last one I loved her and she was in and out but we were both addicts. So we had a very drunken erotic relationship I was very I was always ready to stop drinking. You get my life together for her actually did for a while but then she ended up kind of pulling me back into it. It's my own fault for giving her that power I could have just been like I don't want to be with you I don't know I think back in the day. I was like you know I was a wild womanizing Kinda dude you know but you know I'm now forty four it's a little different Alexa this want someone to talk to you know it's it changes. You know now what is the womanizing mean? I mean you know just dating constantly dating? And especially, when you drink and do drugs, you meet those one night stands and stuff like that. You know, hey, dating anyone now. No. I am not. You think you could date someone who drinks. I could not no. Not at all. I wouldn't even try it. I did it did it any kind of you know back in twenty eleven I got I'd gotten sober and like my life was amazing you know and it was really bad and then I fixed everything and I but I love this girl who is still drinking and and. It just finally just pulled me in you know. So I wouldn't I wouldn't allow myself to be. VOL LIKE In that situation that's too vulnerable. You know I'd be on dates and every time the girl took a drink quickly Kessler and then I'm like, all right. This must be not good. Leader you know. No no mind altering things I did that. Good I did it I was I was out of my mind for a decade I'm good. It sounds exhausting all of it. I hated we'd I hated it. I was that guy who was like I'm too high. Oh, that's so funny. Because you know. It's so hard core to hear about a drinking and drugs, and then when you when you hear we'd people talking it's not usually like a hardcore situations. So it's funny that you can handle adderall and cocaine and alcohol and weed is like, nope too high. Right but also, I, think you know I think a lot of comics of talked about how we'd is not that's it's that shit is crazy I mean there's a whole new studies. Now, about skit we we'd is triggering schizophrenia people and so strong. It's actually causing problems I know everyone's it's from the earth and it's great and all that stuff and I'm not the guy who's sober now and it's like you shouldn't do anything on like do. Do Molly that's the good one mile. He's the best one. Anxious. person. No and now I'm very chill. What's so what's your speed now? What's your rush? I'm just trying to get shit done. You know that's really I'm on some my whole I got sober without the program which you know everyone I've a lot of friends who are in the program they're like, well, you know you're not gonNA, make it this and that and I'm kind of like what made me get sober was just wanting to work because I felt like. For Ten years, I should have been writing and making things directing things and I just talked about it. I was like celebrating Shit, I, didn't do. You know it's like, yeah, I mean. It's like I'm like what the Fuck my celebrate I'm done anything you know. So you know the first thing I did when I was like, I made a I made a music album I'm not a musician but I was like I'm just like a bucket list thing you know it was like all right drugs didn't kill me I'm making a record. And you know, and then I was like, okay, I got him. We're GONNA try some acting in sort of book and stuff. So you know that's that's my thing. Now, I just Wanna I just WanNa work that I hear some songs on the top of the charts and they don't seem like musicians to me either. So why not? Brother you're. Damn? Do you think it would help it. All doesn't look like you're a mess but do you think it would help you had an actor play you're dead and you got to unpack some shit like I am happy speaking of that show daddy issues and VIP? I. Am happy that and I never I didn't think it'd be such a big deal but I am happy that I wrote a letter to my dad knowing what a fraud. He is that included all the siblings I'm very happy. I got to do that before he died it would it would it help somebody wore mustache and started the and you got to talk to you that you know and I've thought about it. You Know I. talked to people about my life and they're like, Oh, you should make something about it. You should make something about it and I'm like I'm not there yet you know I you know I couldn't forgive him really truly while he was alive but I forgive him now you know and I think that's also why I was able to Kinda clean my life up forgave everybody forgive myself. You know you gotta do that stuff it's like. Honestly I when I think about my dad. I think like, what would it be like to be a black man in the time that he was? And it's it's it's not dope. Now I mean it's better now than it's ever been but then. He was born forty three. I mean I I might have ended up the same person. You know what I'm saying right picture. We don't like cops now right? He's a gray pimp. This guy listen my mom told me a story when I was like thirteen how the cops call they cornered my mom and Dad, they were interracial couple and their criminals. So they beat the Shit Out of my dad put him in the hospital and they rate my mom the cops this is a story. Told me when I was young. And I'm like, okay, that's fucking terrible. You know and that's that's nineteen I. mean that's the Seventies. That was illegal right to to be an interracial couple Think Sixty nine might have been the last year. It was illegal maybe seventy three it's like somewhere in his right before I was born it was five minutes ago yeah yeah. It's our lifetime it's our lifetime. shoes give or take a few years are these cop still around follow the follow the lives I don't know if I would or not I. I Iran listen You know that was another story where you mom tells union like all right. You WanNa talk about it more. She's like, nope. Okay cool and I actually recently. I. You know my mom you know she's she's living a quiet life somewhere and I'm like, Hey, do you wanna be in that I I am film you know and I now I'm starting to write more I was like, Hey, do you want to try to do something where we? Kinda. You WanNa talk about everything and she's like I don't like I don't WanNa relive any of that and she just shut down and I was like okay I got it do you. Do you get away as you're talking about it a cause you seem so Even killed process. Yeah. Yeah, and and I I, just I just found myself like my body is feeling like stress over you know like you can feel it running to your body the information do it well remember I? I. Basically I'm the kid who made it out of all that bullshit got went to college was set up to win you know and I overcame all that Shit. But then that all caught up to me and I just did drugs for eleven years you know and that's when I processed, believe it or not I, kind of. I kind of. I came out of that terrible stretch of time. But I mean all I was thinking about was that I was upset by that I was hurt by that which pushed me into drinking, push me into drugs. How do you assess now? Because that's some of what like you said you don't go to meetings that some of what I think they help you have like tools to process what tools do you use word he get them from. I. You know it's funny. Actually I tried to start going to a therapist. A friend of mine he recommended me to hurt therapists and we sat and spoke at this is when I was still using and. We had. We had a really nice conversation and then she said listen I don't think I'm equipped to be your therapist. And I was like I don't understand what you're saying, what do you mean and she's like well, I think you're a little. She's like very smart. and I'm like, okay what is that and she's like I feel like you could manipulate me or say she said some really weird shit and I I have not tried to go to therapists since then it was the weirdest and I told people about this at this show I came out. Of the beating like this woman just turned me down and she said, I'm too smart in. No she's in her probably late thirties. That seems. and. My friends still sees this pre my friends still to this therapist and I'm like I told him. What happened he goes are you serious? I was like, yes, man. T diagnose to you by talking about herself in that moment that's so bananas to me. And I didn't get, and then she was like well, and also she gives him a special rate and I was like, Hey, can I like while I'm like I'd like to still try maybe we give you the risk. To you. Thanks. So what the fuck did she just say you're GonNa be late me based on what disinformation, right but it is kind of root of Perry that he keeps saying to his friend although we're you're not too smart for her. Too Smart for her. Follow she recognized in new something that she normally would get manipulated by an what. What could that be? She knows all the psychological. Especially, if she knows this is she diagnosed your person who manipulates her. So what person is that she knows all the words attached to it. What else would be? Is You know what I'll be honest. I've had this discussion excuse me what several people and you're the first person to say that, and you might be the most correct one that may be I don't know I even to my own horn a definitely was better looking than a lot thinner but I don't know either way. It actually hurt me I was like, of course I'm like I'm like I'm trying to fix this thing and I'm trying to you know I'm trying to get off this path I've been on. And it took a lot for me to just go to her. Of course she came to a conclusion in one session, and that conclusion is that she can't fix you but she's putting the blame on you. You're the kind of person she can't fix because you're the kind of person chief falls for in whatever way or another maybe she needs to look at herself for a minute that's fucked up. With her she saying to you, Hey, there's something in you that so sick I can't work with. US. Yeah. Pretty Pretty I should data to really. Looked fine we can see each other. Right. What would you say you`re By the the godmother that means is that the godmother? Yes. Correct. So that's friends a friend of one of your parents, right? Yes. Correct. I. Do you hear arguing over the phone ever like your godmother saying, Hey, this is your fucking kid get your shit together. Oh she there was once she came in and they're like freebasing coach she grabs a pipe out of their hands. She throws on the ground you fuck in animals you piece of shit and I'm like I have an oxygen tank and their likes free basing next with a torch. To Kill the fucking kid with the fuck is wrong with you. You know and she's old school Italian Thick Brooklyn accent. You Know Parry I don't understand it what the fuck you know. cheesy there you know. That's that's my I love that woman that's alive. She's she's an extension of that. She's definitely my family. Why? Why did you have an oxygen tank? Asthma. Okay. At asthma as a kid. So you know still I still still managed to smoke for fifteen years to after one story up like a real Japan Song. There you go. You could get it in there. You've got to do it So Yeah, oh. Yeah. No, my godmother was very upset and She was always saving me from them and they're like you to why we you're fired get out the godmother anymore and she's like it's a serious responsibility and two legs for right right? Right is the truth today did did the Godmother have to convince them? Hey, I m taking your kid you're unfit. Would know they were jail. There was no choice. Okay. My mother had gone into jail, and then finally my father went into jail. So I was just in a police station sitting there and my father was like taken take him to this address and it was here my godmother's department and only child. I'm not no I have two older half sisters They're in Missouri and then I have of one full blood sister that you know from the same parents and we talk she was adopted she was actually taken by the By the city and she was put into a foster home for a few years. Okay. That's. Interesting. Why didn't you got godmother take her. Godmother. Was a lot older and she couldn't really handle more than one kid. And you do your sister's younger than you sister six years younger than me yeah. Do you have a way about that. When we're very close. We talk every day I mean basically long story short She's in a foster home till. She's about six we get her out she moves in with my mom who's now out of jail down South Georgia I leave Brooklyn to go live in Georgia because I want to be with my sister and that starts his whole other chapter of insanity with my biological mom moving us around doing drugs getting sober blah blah. Then I come back to Brooklyn. It's a lot guys. It's a lot. It's a lot but. Have a movie in there somewhere yeah there's. A Lotta. Like all right. You should have at least filled like ten journals in order to not stab someone yourself. But I'm not telling you what to do double. That's that's that's when you pick up that bottle and those cigarettes you can't kill anybody. Let me just kill myself area. So, yeah. But getting back to the Perry strong the third will there be a fourth is a family. A thing to you is that a turnoff I noticed with my with me and my siblings I four siblings. Yeah. It's not a coincidence looking at it. Now none of us have kids. It's interesting. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah I mean are you ever? I mean now I have basically step kids three is plenty but now I mean just just never did it wasn't necessarily a conscious choice bad at five kids know and had a kid that's odd that's up note yeah you have to if you come with your parents who had a little too much fun too many kids and then there's like like I don't WanNa deal with more people. Less people in my life I, want a kid I, do I want to? But. I don't want a kid in Seoul married hopefully or at least have a really amazing person who I'm like. All right we're down we're GONNA COPAN do this thing I can't even my I had a I had a prostate surgery last year I had cancer and I'd to save my semen. I can't even get anyone pregnant right now. I mean I can't I gotta pay ten grand for now it used to be free. They still can and you want to yes. Yes. Have you gotten close with anyone. Oh God yeah I've had some great relationships. It's not all been bad. There's there's good stuff in my life we're doing we're really just hitting on all the short like all that the high the negative negative crazy highlights, but you know the last three in the last three years. In the last now I had a relationship that ran from Cinco de Mayo twenty eleven on and off until like let's say march, you know but it was really tumultuous really terrible lots of love lots of pain. I think that has kept me from moving forward So I'm I'm trying to put that in the past and start fresh, but it's Kinda hard and a pandemic, not really meeting people the way used to do you have a lot of female friends I do. I do. Really Great. Fence. Dating some I'd ever dated what does that mean? Oh he seems to be able to articulate his emotions easily doesn't sidestep any of that. So those guys usually have a lot of female friends. Women my godmother raised me here with her sister. So surrounded by women, this is I mean you can only have so much effect on someone. That's right. Right right that's not right. That's not the end of the story for everybody I guess he yeah. Didn't have any sisters. You know my feelings feelings it's not really. Else. You need to know about Perry before you give your diagnosis. Kinda. I'm looking for what I hear I wanNA hear this. He's a better place than I when I got here. please. I think you're in a great place I. Think you take a lot of lemons and make lemonade I. Think this is the most positive human can go on I. Think you do take it one day at a time it sounds like without without a program. I think you make sure you have your own program, I bet. You have a couple of systems in place. So students I don't do you wake up at a specific time or make sure you get stuff done. I mean I. Definitely. I have no system I woke up today at noon. But it's also this is a weird time before this I was it's weird because having had had those years of been you know a mess coming into being productive you do have to get up at certain you have to have certain things but I I my rule basically is like if I ever feel like I'm about to say I'm bored it just means there's something I'm forgetting to do you know and unlike Oh onboard go pay a bill this a bill that needs to be paid you. Just find something look at look down. We'll see what you wrote. He got some podcast coming up someone's. Someone needs some photo something. At this age, they should always have something to do. Yeah when people say they're boredom like, oh, my God I don't I don't know what to do for boredom of all things but also that's kind of like a to Alanon that's part of the program. There's a saying if you don't know what to do the dishes. So I'm just like, yeah. I. Found Myself doing the dishes because it's it's what I know what I can do right now I can feel accomplished and a need that accomplished. In order to go into whatever next feeling is coming. I had a tough time. The other day I'm going to strangers houses necessary to do the dishes. But. That's why leave my door unlocked. Hey. Everyone that was a joke do not leave my door unlocked please don't come over. Is there there's Baxter stress during during coronavirus about staying sober or is it all the same? Now you know I it's crazy everyone in my life is like so are you okay and I'm like I'm like to be drunk through this would be fucking terrible. I mean I would Iran at all I would ran out of all my money months ago not not that there's all of it just I would have ran out of money once ago and it would make this feel longer because I'd be up longer. you know you stay up seventy two hours at a pop and you. Can Oh? Yeah. No now this I'm so happy I'm so happy is this this didn't happen when I was a drinker like you know because I was able to make use this time to be positive and make stuff you know did you notice how bear and alcohol commercials have changed used to drink responsibly don't drink allow now they're like, Hey, it's anything fucking goes grey goose. Who needs a bartender out the totally different now I noticed that. Pair you can follow online instagram is Perry strong film photo. The twitter account is a the Perry strong. The short film that we're talking about and they do mean short four minutes long hundred, eighty seconds. It's called Salable on your YouTube page at Perry strong P. E. R. R.. Y.. Strong and that's that it's very nice. Sena. Thanks for having me. Thanks for talking to me I. Hope I didn't take you too far of a crazy dark journey asked I. Don't know if you noticed that we're the ones who? Did ask but I was talking thanks for listening to the darker next time. Yeah. Live in. A. Time you guys want. I am sitting in my photo studio combined you get some free ad shots and portraits combine okay and clip at part we send that to him and make an appointment. Thank you. Let's see what happens to the President I. All right. Dot Com.

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At that time they were worse team announcement. That was hard for the child about playing Johnson. You sit at home and you're getting ready to go to the arena and thinking God. I'd rather just stay here and watch a movie but once you get into that atmosphere and fan show up and it's exciting and you just get motivated to go get a job It's what I love doing that. Still enjoying Getting on the quest or work with young players at Delvin okay so On Games always going to be a part of my watch. We only have a minute left but you talk about the young talent that you work with today. How willing are they'd be coach and his television what they see in the NBA? A bad influence on him today on. ESPN was a bad had influence because what they show is not gonNA highlight and when they showed the highlights of a game show on his trashy plays you might feel Michael joining one in crossover when we traveled to the basket. Belkin guys think young players watching that. I think that that is what basketball volleyball. But it's it's a team sport you gotTA learn how to revamp that and get on the players involved in a This is simple. Entry Pass into the pulses been difficult for some yoga. It's in about twenty seconds The seven years in the NBA is their memory. You're left with defeating the Dallas Mavericks for Salaam. Playoffs was my first year in Seattle. Facing the mavericks where it's leaked into the playoffs. Real Fifty fifteen in the mavericks at the best record in the NBA. So we had the worst record so we facing the number one team and they beat up spot average at thirty five points throughout the regular season and Church game playoff. They beat us by thirty. Five League went on to sleep on three games to when Dale thank thank you very much. You're welcome here anytime on sports. byline thank you for calling me. Dale Ellis with us. 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I can't believe we started this back in one thousand nine eight as the first national sports. Talk Radio Network. The stations have been with us for over two hundred and thirty stations in the United States. Five hundred and one hundred and seventy seven countries on the American forces network. IHEART radio stitcher tune in CR digital up on the airline and flight programming platforms that you find on many of the national major airlines lines and of course Sirius. XM CARRIES US as well. We're GONNA be talking football with Harry Carson. I can now say he is a member of the NFL and college. Football Paul halls of aim for a long time he was not in the NFL and it looked like his eligibility was going to run out. He played thirteen seasons in the national football league. All of those in New York mark giants uniform and he won a super bowl in nineteen eighty-six as a member of the giants. He was selected to nine pro bowls was named to the all. NFL team seven seven times and NFC linebacker of the year twice. He wants made an amazing twenty five tackles on a Monday night. Football game against the Green Bay packers. Now think about that for the justice. Second Twenty five tackles in a single game and you know they were doubling him because he had early success against Green Bay but I just get blown away when I think about the fact that he made that many tackles in a single game went to South Carolina State University. So we'll talk some football with Harry Carson and then right after after that some more football for art. Tom's I got to know art when he was playing with. The raiders former defensive tackle played nine seasons of pro ball with the raiders and the Eagles in the the AFL and the NFL thumbs played high school football at brick township high school. That's in New Jersey and also at Wayne High School and from there. He spent one one year in the Hargrave Military Academy which is where Syracuse football found him and offered him a full scholarship in Syracuse coach. Was Ben Schwartz water so we will be talking to him. He was taken in the first round of the sixty nine common draft by the American football. League's Oakland Raiders. He played one year for the. AFL's raiders and then seven years for them in the NFL and one year with the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles and he was a member of the Oakland Raiders. Super Bowl eleven team that was back in nineteen nineteen seventy-six a very talented linemen. So we're ready to crank it up Eric Carson Hall of Famer Coming Your Way next on sports byline they saw. He's the type the guy that wants to look put together but I want to spend hours at the mall finding new clothes so you can look great at the office on the road or even just on the weekend with friends and family really. I hear you this is why stitch fix your personal. 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Here's Rhonda Harry Carson joins US on Sports. byline is a member of the NFL and college football halls of fame and of course he played thirteen seasons in the NFL. All with the giants science winning Super Bowl in nineteen eighty six as a member of the giants and he was selected to nine pro bowls and was named to the all. NFL team seven times and he wants wants made an amazing twenty five tackles at a Monday night. Football game against the Green Bay packers but what caught. My attention is the fact that he was on a recent panel. Discussion Russian on football concussions at Duke Law School and he said he would not let his eight year old grandson. Play football saying with the brain. You've got only one. I am not willing to risk the future of my grandson plain and simple. The sport brought him fame and he called. Winning Super Bowls are Super Bowl. One of the greatest moments in his life but he he also said if I had to do it all over again. No I wouldn't do it all over again. What brought you to that conclusion Harry a lot of reflection I'm a little older now I sort of look back on my life. I look back on the things that I've got and So you know I I I can honestly say even though I played football I never really considered myself of football player. I always considered myself guys. Who just happened to play football and found some built differently than most of the other guys who played with and again You know all of those guys really loved playing the game. I and one of one of my Things was I just love the guy who I played with and they were the ones who inspire me. You know game after game practice after practice and so I I would like to think that even though I may have some regrets about playing the game I think that you know knowing what I know. Now I probably would have been something differently by known the risk of traumatic brain injury way back when I played You know I knew I could hurt. I I tackle and on I might get my have to get my knee replaced and all of that stuff but when it comes to traumatic brain injury as a result concussions and nobody's sort of drilled me on that when I was Starting to play a game so I didn't know oftentimes you you see players do things and and They kill themselves or you know they. They they fall into some kind of situation and often on the fans really can't understand nor do they have any sympathy for four players. Who have played and we're dealing with issues that they might not even be overly Aware of so. You Know I. I've been around this concussion issue long before it became Hot Button topic and I. I've seen a lot so When I talk about Doing other things. I'm just sort of built differently than most other guys. In all north I will down the same thing. Yeah you're the perfect person to ask this because you now have the perspective at the age that you are now but take me back when you're twenty twenty two twenty three twenty four a player that young playing the game a game that they've been brought up with what is their perspective at that time about the possibilities Leeza injuries and debilitating injury. You know big step on the football coach. I realized that I was I. I could possibly get hurt. You Know L. Physically Yeah I saw God getting carried off the field and you know whether at the knee ankle or whatever. I knew that could happen. I even knew about you. Know possibly being paralyzed. You know having played the game but I assume that and I like in terms of the issue of traumatic brain injury. I didn't know that and so laid back. Then there was absolutely no information out there here to concussions than in the effect of concussions and so yeah most players who play we all say knowing that you know we could You know get can cost them really well part of the game. I mean Amtrak. Dot Ammonia capsules were a regular people on the phone line. So that you're wrong or if you stop star or whatever Yeah that's a concussion. And we sort of learn how to play through it and like I said earlier the reason why I played a lot of so gung ho about saying as take the team concept and and that was really about playing guys who are on a mission and and sort of gravitated to me as their later and and I enjoy playing that role of cap them you know whether it be in highschool whether it be college whether it be In mm professional football I I enjoyed on you know being there. You mentioned that I am not willing to risk the future. My grandson plain and simple and I think you know as well in our society especially when kids start participating in something like football a very young age. I think that the parents get trapped by society and expectations dictation that go along well. Let's have my grandson my son you know. Play this game that I loved so they must love as well. What advice would you give to parents and grandparents the parents having to deal with that challenge in explaining to a kid who may be getting social pressure from other kids? But I think that there's so much wrong there's if some much more information out there now in regards to traumatic brain injury and concussion the sports related I think every parent it should be fully informed as to what they're signing up for because you can't comeback with all the information out there now you can't come back you know ten. I'm twenty nine. Th I didn't know because if nation is there yeah there's a lot of pressure that Parents are going to feel because everybody wants their their local team to play. Well I mean but the young people who are playing now they see what's happening in the the NFL and college and so forth and many young people who are playing you know they want the same thing they wanNA scholarship. They wanted to go to college. They the war eventually transferred. Turn this into the NFL. But frankly for for me. And I just sort of say just for me. I know what it's all about. I've been there. I got my college degree we could have done so many other things have been college degree but instead I played in the national football and I'm not saying that parents should not ah allow their kids to play. I just think that they should be fully informed as to what they're signing your kids because You know you. You don't know what might happen down the road months day sustain. The damage is done around guys could play and never even played. NFL and they're having neurological issues. They never even made it to college. They played high school ball. You know now when they're in their twenties they're dealing with neurological disorders and You know I I just think that the issue traumatic brain injury and concussions. One that we're always scratching the surface of the problems that many young people who and I'm not just talking football I'm talking. Yeah all the contact sports even talking. You know cheerleaders who sustained some kind of traumatic brain injury. Because I I thought it run run into so many different people on dealing with issues. Let me ask you also. We only have ninety seconds left. But do you think there's anything that can be done to make a collision. It's more like football safer. I think anything that can be done is to not play the game. Because if you're GONNA play the risk is always going to be there. I don't care what kind of helmet you wear. If you're out there then had been running around even unintentional hits more. Aw Can timbering on some kind of trauma and so if that's the case months you sustain some kind go to your brain. You don't know how that's like that you down line so you know you can try to make the game of safety as you want. But you'll never gotta get away from the kids. Come playing contact sports in about forty five seconds. Do you see the day that possibly we will not be playing football. No I think football will always be there. I think you'll always have on an individual willing to pay the price in and risk his neurological. Ah Health so I think the game will always be there It's just a baby. A lot of other individuals who are rolling out there and and perhaps played a game to make things better for their families and so forth area. I want to thank you very much for your time. Your insights and how articulate you are about Out The game and about how you feel about the game and of course. That story did catch my attention when you said. I'm not willing to risk the future of my grandson plain and simple. Thank you for spending some time here with us on sports. byline take care are run. You're you're quite welcome Barry Carson with us a member of the NFL and college football halls of fame played thirteen seasons in the NFL. All with the giants he won a super bowl. Nineteen eighty-six as a member of the giants as I said he had that outstanding game When when he made an amazing twenty five tackles a Monday night football game that was against the Green Bay packers? We continue across the country and around the world. Good to have you with us on America's sports talk show sports byline. Are you an active stock market investor. Will you know these three key. Words five cell sell hold. Those three magic words can make or lose you money in the stock market. 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This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Laissez Peers Ron R.. Tom's joins us on sports byline. The former defensive tackle played nine seasons sends a pro ball with the raiders in the eagles. Vote the AFL and the NFL and also. He won a super bowl championship when he was part of the Oakland Raiders Team and Super Bowl Eleven. That beat the Minnesota. Vikings are take me back to New Jersey where you grew up in what was like growing up in New Jersey. Because I know you've played high school football at Brick Township hip in New Jersey and Wayne High and then you spent a year in the hargrave military academy yeah absolutely well Uh I was born in Teaneck and then we moved to wane. After my sophomore year in high school we moved down the Jersey shore to brick town and that That was a great way to spend my high school because we've got a beach every day in the summertime and as we were getting ready for football You know run on the beach line in the sand and make are like stronger and get ready for the season but You know we go back to the Jersey shore every couple of years years and spent some time there and the Software San and the warm water and July and it was it was great growing up there one of the things that I remember about the Jersey shore and the couple of times I was there because as a kid I grew up also on the East Coast that Jersey had a particular personality. I mean Jersey. Here's e along the shore and elsewhere. Maybe you can help me out a little bit. Tell me a little bit about that personality of Jersey talion. Ah Well a lot of Italians a lot of food so villapiano from there But you know I mean it was it was great The definitely Italian influence coming out of New York City and Jersey City Northern California coming down a lot of people coming down to the Jersey. Sure to live or the come down on the weekends. The Garden State Parkway it'd be packed on Friday coming down and Sunday going back and we used to wear the feather tips long collars my role and I had quite a Hairdo when I when I was in high school and had hair you know slipped back on the size and then coming down on the front and just that Italian influence you know it was just there and it. It was part of part of growing UP ON PIZZA AND JERSEY. Mike subs. I GREW UP ON JERSEY. Mike's subs back there. That was the original in point pleasant New Jersey and You know and now as you know. They're out here now. in Dublin and a couple of locations. I think they have quite a few locations Jersey. I GREW UP ON JERSEY. Mike's let me ask you a little bit about how you ended up at Syracuse. Because you played for one of the legendary coaches Ben Schwartz Walter. Tell me what was that they saw in you and how you ended up in Syracuse. Well it was kind of a kind of funny story As you mentioned I went to Hargrave Military Academy because I graduated High School I didn't have any football scholarships COULDA I could've signed with the mets Outta high school. Uh catcher in baseball About a four ninety six my senior year I had a good arm and called down games but I I wanted to go to college. My School football coach suggested Hargrave and so I went there and I was only seventeen. I graduated high school so it was Kinda the young and tall and skinny and went to hargrave and filled out and got my grades up and I actually actually wanted to go to duke and I told all the colleges You know that I was going to do but back then they had. I had to have a thousand over. Oh Grandma of my college boards and then they had achievement test back then. I don't think they have those anymore. You had to have three achievements s over five hundred in had to that. My English composition was three ninety four and and looks at if he well if you take it again and get over four hundred. We'll take thank you so I told all the schools I'm going to do come down you know. Don't call me anymore. So I took the English composition again. I got three ninety four four again so the head coach a joke. You know told me you know we just can't take you. I'm starting to panic. And he said well where where. Where would you like to go I had visited Syracuse so I said Syracuse? So he got on the phone they call bench while there and explain the situation and I was off the circus. Let me ask you about Ben for just a second. Because I had this image and I didn't see much of him but I always had this image that he was like a military drill. Sergeant indeed. Am I correct observation. Oh absolutely no water darn on practice and Yeah his PEP talks. You know like You get ready to go to war you know and Yeah he was There were some stories about him. Just mowing down Germans or something. I don't know how true it was. Just line them up. Mowing them down but Yeah yeah he was a military discipline Guy And Yeah we had some good teams. I went to my sophomore year. We had Larry's Larry's dot com flood level in the same backfield and went to the gator ball. We lost Tennessee but We have some good teams not as good my junior and senior year here but Enough to go on and be a number. One for the raiders. Yeah you were taken in the first round of the nineteen sixty nine common draft. FBI The American. Football League's Oakland Raiders. And of course that was the last year that the AFL existed formality wise. And I'm just wondering what did a kid from New Jersey I know about Oakland California Well during my college career Well not much during in my college career You know we had gone out and played and cal got killed like forty seven zero. I was a punter then I tend to month from my end zone on a went out on our own five yard line And we played. Ucla and we played. We beat them. you U. USC. I think But I just wanted to go to California I mean the ideal for me was to California. -FORNIA 'cause I liked it the weather and everything and the the good experiences I did have visiting there and You know to to mind that live to go with a winning team to go with the raiders and was just a dream come true. Yeah come come to California. What did you know about? Al Davis Davis not much until I got here You know I've found that you know he went to Syracuse and he was real encouraging of me and I think I was more pissed BEC- than John Madden's pick because that was John's first year as a head coach and So mad meeting kind of liking it. I you know you Kinda gave me the cold shoulder. I think he was like. I said he was out I was out that it can maybe not his but My third year I became a starter and you know started for five years. I played behind Tom. Keating for a couple of years. So then Jonah. Jonah became friends hard. One thing I'd like to know is that the AFL had a particular personality. I remember those years in the sixties. The way they threw threw the ball around some of the flamboyant players that they had as well that was so different than the grinded out. NFL At that particular time. Did you guys. He's ever feel slighted in any way because they didn't give you the respect that you deserved as professional football players in that league Not Really You know I mean we were pretty good. I mean You Know Al signed a lot of quarterbacks. And I think that's what's facilitated the merger sure and you know we had guys like Joe Namus who like you said through the ball around and You know we're the up and up and coming the and a little more dynamic and you know like you said passing the ball a lot more vallance all worth and You know the San Diego chargers you know bat there Sid Gillman and his vision of football. So you know then when John Name is predicted and won the super bowl all I think that was probably the point where where things turned but You know it's good to be good to be an upstart and get to be part of that you the AFL Back then I know one of the things that we only have about a minute left before we have to break here. I know one of the things about the raiders is that they had a distinct image and I think over the years that I watched him and I covered them as well. It was US against them. Did you pick up on that right away. Oh yeah no question. I mean you know they'd bring doing guys from other teams like Willie Brown and You know rough and Tumble and defensive backs with George Atkinson Jack. Tatum just beating the heck out of people and I. I didn't really find out later but a lot of teams are were afraid to come though you know Ben Davidson Famous picture of him. Nail in Joe Namus and I classes and you know just beat the heck out of people we have. I have no season college football in about thirty seconds. What was the biggest rivalry? Then for the raiders It was a steelers. Mostly you know You know they they were they had a lot of all famers like we did and You know I was on the field so the immaculate reception the most depressing moment of my life and to see that happen and You know lose that game and I have one super long. I should have four or five. Some of steelers should give up some of those but yeah they were good at the time and Kansas City. You know with Hank Schram and and those guys at total lack hold on just a second heart. Thomas joined us here former defensive tackle who played nine seasons of pro ball with the raiders in Eagles in the AFL and the NFL. We'll talk about Super Bowl championship as we continue on sports byline message and data rates may apply see Purple Dot Com for terms and conditions. Do you or as someone who no sweat the bed. Do you ever wake up feeling like you've been sleeping on a slip and slide sweating. The bed is a serious but common problem that affects your sleep. Health and happiness happiness plus. 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Football started out with the raiders in nineteen sixty nine when they were in the last year of being in the AFL bell before the two different leagues merged together and also finished up his career with the season with the eagles as well. You know I think back on Super Bowl eleven when you posted a thirteen and one regular season record you defeated the New England patriots. You defeated the Pittsburgh. steelers in the playoffs was the thought process. Assess of the team as they went into super bowl. Eleven against Minnesota We're very confident that that we would beat them You know we had been to one super bowl before and sixty seven and lost the Green Bay packers. I wasn't on the team then but are only loss that year was doing New England during the regular season. They they kinda killed us back there but then we beat them in the play offs But I think it was our year I mean it was my eighth as a year. I was actually injured so I didn't. I didn't get to play on the game but It was all year and with the offensive line. We have the defense we had You know that offensive line was the that's voted the best offensive line in the seventies or something like that George Bieler and now Abdali and upshaw and art shell so we were. We were very confident. We didn't get off to a slow start with Greg. I think he got his first. I punt blocked and it's all career We were confident that we would That we would beat them That was our time it. It was our turn while you certainly got off the quickstart As you had three consecutive possessions take a sixteen nothing. Lead at halftime raiders. Also had two fourth quarter interceptions including cornerback. Willie Brown seventy five yard. Return for a touchdown. Of course Fred Bulletin cough was the MVP of that super bowl four catches catches for seventy nine yards. The thing that struck me as I read through the statistics and The play by play of that game is the balance that you all had ofensive Lee and defensively. What was the reason for that balance? We were good everywhere. Money Johnson and middle linebacker. And you mentioned Willie Brown Brown and and George Atkins Sense Thomas. I mean we had as much you know a talent on defense as we did on offense Oh Stabler quarterback You know we're all around just just like You know the steelers were back. Then you know they were great on offense. Great on defense the I think that's the main reason. Yeah you talk about the Pittsburgh steelers. You mentioned about the immaculate reception that is probably one of the most debated discussions ever about a football game. Did he or did he not catch it fairly and then of course they went on to win that game. But I'm just wondering wondering As the players think about it you know you're the best people to talk to. It's one thing to see it. It's another thing to absorb it as part of the game. Tell me a little bit about the memory. Memory you have of that game and also that particular play Well I mean it was played in Pittsburgh and you know as championship eighteen I don't think it was an AFC championship game. I think it was the first playoff game but You know it was the most depressing moment in my life. I mean end locker room afterwards. I mean everybody just sat around and I didn't even start thinking my uniform law for about a half hour forty five minutes But as far as the play goes itself I mean. It wasn't whether he caught the ball in the air as weather at bounced off of Jack Tatum or or friendship. UKWA and you know tandem came up from behind to hit them and then the ball bounced and I've seen different angles and different videos and they're just not as clear. Here's what we have today So I think it really bounce stuff. You should have been ruled a complete pass. Incomplete pass because q authentic offensive players. Couldn't touch it back then. They can't now they changed a little bit But yeah I mean. It was devastating devastating moment. You know which To lose that game I play off game to the steelers like that and You know the locker room afterwards and long ride home. Mostly you know depressing moment of my life much more offering. When I think back on the defense of the Oakland Raiders at that particular time I also think a great deal about their secondary secondary because in my mind? If it's not the very best ever I think it was one of the all-time great defenses in the secondary. Because you had Willie Brown as we talked about now we also had George Atkinson. You also had jack cade and who is the fourth who was the fourth one. I can't miss at skip. Thomas Skip Thomas US okay. Those four. How good were they? Oh well they were they call them. The Soul Patrol Aleph graph out with all four their pictures on that's up they produced may sign and you know memorabilia but You know they were aggressive. You know they have that five yards were in. You know. You're going to touch him for five yards. Now they used to beat the heck out of those guys Eh. no-holds-barred I mean they were. They were quick they were tough they come up and make tackles and stuff and interceptions and I mean they were just an incredible group. I think you're right. You know one of the greatest of all time. When I think about the raiders as a whole the thing that has struck a meal over the years and of course anybody that doesn't live in the particular bay area? Probably isn't aware of this but it was a team of personalities that I had never seen before but they always seem to come together and do what they had to do. Once they cross the lines in got out on the field now. You had a personality in your quarterback by by the name of Kenny Kenny Stabler. Everybody knows Kenny. If they know anything about football he was a free spirit as well and then you had others over the years that were free steriods spirits. You mentioned about Ben Davidson As well so why were they able to come together on the field when really You know they didn't like rules I I I have a story sorry about. I was with a player down at the Super Bowl down in New Orleans one time and he said to me. Why don't we go out and Go down on Bourbon Street. So I said okay So we come in and about about two o'clock in the morning and Tom Floor is coming down the steps of the team hotel when we're coming in and he says you know you're out after the curfew and this player said Yeah. Yeah I know Ron couldn't sleep and we had to go out and get some more milk. He said that warm. Not that warm milk will cost you thousand dollars yeah. That's a good one You know I mean we have a common goal you know as to win football games and and like you said I mean we've had so many different personalities from you know Sad Hendrix Writing Skip Thomas Dr Death Marv Marv Albert and you know you mentioned stabler and letting the cost but You know it was a team game when you get on the field everybody's GonNa flight together for a common goal for the common good and You know we just played together. I mean that's that's what the game is about. Were were you there. When reportedly Ted Hendricks came to practice one day in full uniform riding a white horse? Yes he did. That's why yeah he did. Because we're up in Santa Rosa and horses around there you got a friend to bring a horse over. And he out on the horse and rode right into practice and naturally everybody's just cracking up there not not believing it and and Madden is just you know. It's turned his head and walk away. And Yeah I mean that's the kind of thing you know guys did Out of the ordinary another story about Madden was he was only thirty two years old I think when he became the head. Coach of the raiders and You know a lot of players are some players were older than he was did. Did they actually take tape and tape him to a gold post. One time up in Santa Rosa. No that was That was Dan Connors honors son and that was in the in the locker room I think that was because Sam but yeah On Saturdays we used to bring our kids to practice and Some of the guys got together and they take up Dan Connor some and they hung him upside down in the locker room. Two of the other stories that I remember art Was that you had a player and I won't say who he is because it would be a little bit in embarrassing but he went to the The the equipment manager one time and said You know why. Can't I have my first name on my Jersey. Because they used to only only put the The last name on the jerseys and equipment managers what are you talking about. He said well Van Egan has his first name and last name off on the jury and of course Van ICAN was his last name. That's that's a true story. And then the other one and the the other one. I think this happened in New England when you guys were playing the Patriots one of your players went in and said to the equipment manager. My feet are just killing me and he said okay. Yeah I'll get to you in just a minute and comes back. And he looks in the player had to write cleats on and that's why one of his feet were hurting l.. Yeah one of our guys. He wore a size forgot shoes and he was walking around the lock. Anybody got an extra the same guy. They have an extra pair of seventeens same Guy Yeah. Let's go back for a moment to those the row rivalries as you mentioned about Kansas City and you Denver was another big rivalry for you all as well but what was it about the the Kansas City Oakland Raider a rivalry that made it so special. Because I've heard players tell me over the years that that one really stands out to them. Yeah I mean Well it's all about you. We know WHO's winning. Who's is good and when you're when you're both good and you play against each other? It's always tough games and and You know it becomes a rivalry and certain things stand out. I remember one time. We were losing and we lost in Kansas City. Like forty seven to whatever ever and you know they had the horse all paint used to make a lap every time they scored a touchdown in the joke in the locker room. was you were trying. Kill the horse but yeah I mean they you know one thing when you get to competitive teams come together You know it's GonNa be a big game. It's going to become a rivalry because you know you may be win by a few points one time and you lose a few points. The other time and I remember the Kansas City game And they're all stadium when Then Davidson spirit and Lenny Dawson late and the wind up in a fight with The wide rece Taylor wide receiver. Tony Coach Taylor. Yeah and because of that there was offsetting they had gotten the first down on that play and they kind of run the clock out because of then hitting them late and then the fight that offseason offsetting penalties and they replayed down and they didn't make it and we got the ball back and then George plan the kicked Forty seven yard field goal to win the game and I mean things like that you know create rivals reason and stand out you mentioned about George Blanda Landa and you have to be a real hardcore football fan and go back aways in order to appreciate I think but also remember all the things he did because he played right well into his forties. Did he not forty eight. Yeah and he was not only a kicker when he was also a backup quarterback and he was very effective. Yes Monica or stable got hurt. He came in the game. And you know he just started throwing touchdown passes. I mean it is incredible. I mean it's forty seven forty eight still going out there and You know one of those guys got hurt and being able to move the ball and run the team and You know some people just you know rise to the occasion when things get tight. Jorge Luis Georgia's one of those on one year. He made on a tenor. Dr Ryan Winning Field Goals One year. I mean anti a few touchdown passes I mean it was just. It was an incredible credible competitor. Yeah I remember that year particularly well I just shook my head every time I pick up the newspaper or turn on the radio television beer. What he'd done? We only have one minute left art but when you think back on your career and the experiences you have the super bowl champ get what one moment kind of is etched in your mind that you'll never forget We'll probably Monday night football when I We're actually We had never lost the Monday night game. And we're losing and they were trying around the clock out and John. Braxton Jim Braxton maybe Running back fumbled the ball. And I picked it up and ran. Forty six yards for a touchdown and put US ahead had So that was a real highlight for me. Individual highlight they actually came back and won the game and that was the first loss on Monday night football but I could have been a bigger. We're here a big hero. We lost the game. Well aren't I wanNA thank you very much for my years in covering sports and covering covering the raiders as well. You brought me a lot of memories and I'll never ever forget it and you is collectively. Were something very very special. Something that will never see. I think again and because it's more corporate oriented in footfall. Thank you very much for being a part of sports byline take care and you're welcome here anytime. Take care. Art My honor on art thoms with US former defensive. Tackle played nine seasons of pro ball with the raiders and also the eagles in both the AFL and the NFL. He broke into the League as a first round draft choice in nineteen sixty nine. We've got you on America's sports remember in the beginning when you first started to build a life for are you and your family. You never imagined it would come to this instead of living your dreams. You're living with debt in fact it's smothering you now. There's a way you can take back control with one. Simple call if you owe ten thousand dollars or more in credit card debt you qualify to receive a free no obligation consultation Shen on how to get rid of that debt for good. Call the debt helpline now. We work on your behalf to reduce your debt. 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Both Defensive Lineman Harry Carson not only in the college football hall of fame aim but finally elected as a member of the NFL Hall of fame after playing thirteen seasons in the league all with the giants and he won a super bowl in one thousand nine hundred eighty six as a member of the giants science. He was selected to nine pro bowls and was named to the all. NFL team seven times in the NFC. Two linebacker the year twice and also on the defensive side Art Times former defensive tackle who played nine years of pro ball with the raiders and the Eagles both in the AFL in the NFL and he was a member of the Oakland Raiders. Super Bowl eleven team that was back in nineteen seventy six. I'm Ron Bar. Thanks for being a part of America's sports talk show I'm Ron bar host of sports byline on USA. We get together each week night to hear from the biggest names in sports. So we invite you to join us at ten P. M. Eastern seven. PM Pacific on the Sports Byline USA broadcast asked network. 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Young people around the world are in the streets streets today to take part in a global youth climate strike urging cities to take action mark Richardson reports from Arizona rallies organized by the global youth climate. Mitch strike are expected to draw thousands of students in their adult allies to local City Hall to demand. Public officials act to fight the climate crisis. Zach Dennis's lead organizer for the Era Zona Youth climate strike. He says the just showing up they will make specific demands of local elected officials that he of Arizona to Eclair kind of emergency and make climate action plans that are in line with the science on climate change climate change happening. And it's going to happen whether we like it or not right. So we think that he should be prepared or Dennis's you expect students in their adult allies including workers educators scientists and politicians to be at his groups event in Peoria in the West Valley peak. Flu Season is here when most people check in with their doctors about whether to get a flu shot but for migrants being held in detention centers. That isn't an option and US Customs and border protection has refused to offer. The flu. Vaccine to detainees now a group of physicians from across the country is pushing the federal government to allow the group to open a pilot. Flu Vaccination Clinic. Dr Danielle dining sign. The group's letter to government officials advocating for migrant access to free flu vaccines. She says. Detention centers are high risk settings for severe flu cases. So you've taken a very high risk vulnerable population and then you put them into these very unsanitary conditions. Were you then have people who are surrounding them you may or may not have flu vaccines and may not know that right precautions to take and it's just kind of a recipe fever disaster she said so far the US Department of Homeland Security and Department of Health and Human Services have ignored the request. The traveling clinic would be run by a Yvonne Tier Network of doctors with donated stock of vaccines and a multi language consent process. Anyone who is considering getting a flu shot should consult with their medical. Oh provider. I'm Nadia Ramlan. This is P.. In S Maine's relationship with native American tribes is different different from other states. But that could soon. Change main treats tribal nations as municipalities rather than sovereign nations which is unique among the states today a task force votes on modifying the Maine Indian Claims Settlement Implementing Act tribes currently follow state law except for internal tribal matters some criminal cases natural resources sources and gaining rights among other legal areas representative. Donna Bailey House Co Chair of the Task Force explains the reasoning behind the potential legal changes. What what the tribes have really asked for us to look at is to try to bring their status in line with John? Smokes Federal Indian Law Law was first enacted by Congress in Nineteen Eighty to settle a legal dispute between the tribal nations and the state of Maine. That was Laura. Ross Brow. Telam along reporting in McDowell County West Virginia access to clean tap. Water is a challenge for many. That's why one community is trying something different. A new technology called the hydro panels Linda mckinney. Who heads the five loaves and two fishes food bank in Kimball joined with manufacturers zero mass water to have twenty four hydro hydro panels installed at her facility last month? They'll produce clean drinking water about nine hundred. Fifty gallons of month mckinney says it's a much-needed boon to local residents who otherwise rely on sometimes contaminated water from Duquesne Coal Company water systems. You're dealing with some systems that The Piping is hundred years or more in there was no funding. No money no tax base to take care of those systems. So thank you so excited to be asked. Maybe a part of this. She says the Hydra panels are like solar panels but instead of using sunlight to create electricity they put moisture from the air and filter it with sunlight light to produce clean water. I'm Diane Bernard an indoor Vertical Farm in Jackson Wyoming that produces and sells roughly one hundred thousand pounds of fresh produce. Annually is powered by a workforce built on the concept of diversity. Eric Gladys has more. Nearly two thirds of vertical harvests workers face disabilities including autism. Awesome Down Syndrome or vision speech and learning impairments caroline. kroft estee is the company's Co founder and says inclusive integrated workplaces are game changers for businesses. Because they bring in new energy. Everybody's excited to clock in. They're ready to work there on time. They work hard. It's really shift the culture and kind of raised the bar for all of us creating. It's really beautiful fluid workplace where everybody works together and works hard. The three-storey story hydroponic operation produces much food as a traditional five acre soil. Farm Year round and with a lot less water. I'm eric take enough for public. News Service yes. We are member in listener supported and online at public news service DOT ORG slash. We are live at ten PM. Pacific Time here are these byline broadcast network. My Name Is Jeff Ridge get abby on twitter at checkered stocks The number to call is one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine and the sour order. Talk you a little bit about what is what in the world of Phoenix sports broadcast. Ask You your from the Valium Son. I have a little bit of an emphasis on Cleveland Sports. That's my home town of rank comb Brahm and L. I. on Subjects Related To and effecting might teams in the Greater Cleveland area actually they all flee proper for the Indians the browns and the Cleveland Cavaliers saw the bucket hazard downstate but when it comes to college football more bit I I think I've used the word agnostic in the past but I tend to be a little more neutral. I do enjoy watching college football. Live whether it's here at Sundance Stadium in Tempe was straight down the road for a little further down the Road Utusan Arizo at Arizona Stadium Watching the The Sun Devils Pac twelve rival beers wildcats I do watch some players state from time to time but it's a little bit more fun for me when I can watch them. Play a A team from out of state is packed while or even in non conference play I've gone and seen the wildcats play baseball baseball down in Hi Corbett Park. which is the former spring training facility of the Cleveland? Indians famous lead depicted in the movie major league but If ottis develop local teams divac. Sohn's coyotes cardinals. They've all been in the playoffs other than the just say next won the world series two thousand four and the cardinals ball a lot of things going on on the sports landscape. Beck don't affect my Cleveland teams but affect my phoenix teams out west or the Phoenix teams out west and I wanted to discuss all of that this hour for the APP. 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Eight hundred nine three to five five one seven eight hundred nine three to five five one seven eight hundred nine three to five five one seven once again. That's eight hundred nine. Three two fifty five seventeen choose news one. A high in the air failed God to to bother slaves incense the ball into the right field corner hayward but but dexter hats just walked in Albany. This is sports overnight. America take all right welcome back. It's Jeff Rich. Comedy from the Valley of on the show is sports overnight. America twitter follow is at Jek Bridge talks at sports byline. USA Get those two pages as is on baseball as well as the twitter. And we're talking. Sports says our ears packs. Who are are jockeying for position with the Los Angeles dodgers in the National League West? Where have you heard that before? It happened last year arrate adding the Colorado Rockies a year ago and twenty eighteen is exactly yes. Twenty seventeen was just two teams assistant three teams this year dodgers bottomed out. It's tough to get so close. They come up short. They could speak from experience as the Cleveland Indians Fan. Max having a guilty of valley swept out of the Division series by Los Angeles dodgers after beating the Rockies at home in the one game wild card a year ago dodge. Probably the better team. Maybe see. That's a little bit different this time around. Maybe we're looking at a slightly different slightly more experienced Arizona diamondbacks roster. Mr Might Gay Hazen his made the right move. Salvator lamelo AKA Tori L- Avello Scott's team playing good baseball eighteen and seven in April when everything went right eight one thousand nine hundred a month of May when everything went wrong. Nineteen nine when you put brought together. Two months on eighteen wins or more when you're playing Twenty Five Twenty Eight Games Fluke. One Fourteen to seventy eight was the run deferential. In the month of April one fifty two to one. Oh six a little bit more modest. In the month of June not often the hottest start in the month of July but the team that should be there at the at. Ah Y'all giving that kind of credits to the Milwaukee brewers Philadelphia phillies or the Atlanta Braves. Alright even given that kind of credit to the Zona diamondbacks though I speak their braces in the same breath Ganley old off the Los Angeles dodgers precedent says that they will l.. Not even with that being said without being said this roster cluster doesn't blow you wit puggle Schmidt Patrick Corbin Zagreb e. They've done it a few years they get into David even Peralta in. Aj pilic at Quetzal. Marseille Ghetto Martin. By the way. Probably good enough that you're not going to waste resources sources and I shouldn't say waste but sped resources on a player like Manuela Machado of the Baltimore. Orioles probably don't need to do that. Then backs I think would be best served go after the best starter available and the best non closer reliever. I think that's Brad hand I think Brad handmaid's close games. I think that there are plenty of options in the middle There's Zach Britton. He's out there and you never know maybe the orioles are most interested interested in maximizing value for Manny Machado by including a guy like brock or brick injury baseball interest. You can help yourself in the NBA and the NHL with deadline line. Acquisitions don't see it wasn't of all you see like backup wineman. Get traded or a backup lineman get traded situation where he can start or a disgruntled player gets moved usually not a superstar but in baseball. It can make all the difference in the world see. Justin verlander is ver- lander for Atlanta my highland whatever all right you see a player acquired at the line that makes a huge difference. Jd Martinez was cleared for the diamondbacks a year ago. And I think the lot of the doubt could be could be traced back to jd Martinez and what is going on with capitol. Martin is that is that an actual string hearing coming out of his left ear. Baseball DASH REFERENCE DOT COM. Look at the years or the backs look at the press will probably find this press photo anywhere of Cat Talamante. One point four four wins over replacement wins above replacement puts just above. Nick Hamad and Archie Bradley Archie. I pooped my pants Bradley. Okay lot of talent I mean. TJ McFarland Hirano Lonzo ayers chief from Kent State University out of the bullpen. Klay Buckles Pitch for the red sox about a billion years ago He's been on the D. L. Within Oblique injury since June twenty-fifth jerk dyson on the DL. With gray injury jury deven Marrero with the Oblique and Taiwan Walker since May fourth with the elbow. That's going to require Tommy. John Surgery to repair the UC L.. In his right elbow this is not expertise. This is just me reading baseball dash reference to you the Arizona Zona diamondbacks. They were left for that a couple of seasons ago. And then this is in you know all the thought is with a series over the Houston Astros gets the dodgers. They're eight four gets the rockies five and one those are two playoff teams from a year ago the other two two and five against the nats. Good Nasty I don't think Saint Louis made the playoffs last year. There are three and three against the cardinals phillies to their two one against the phillies. He's two five against the mets won in five against the Milwaukee. Brewers I mean talking about what have you done for me lately. What have you done for somebody? That's done something for me lately. I did get his. The Milwaukee brewers have not played into this year. We're else we're the playoff teams in in two thousand Seventeen Colorado Arizona The Washington nationals and Chicago up. So I'll limited experience against against playoff teams from the national league from twenty seventeen. They're playing the Al West You know they've had some good runs. They've had some bad runs. Yeah they lost quite a few in a row there that the second last week of May this season looking ahead to what they've got on the horizon there in Denver there in Atlanta. They've got the All star break they come home for a couple of Colorado and then the real work starts for Games in Chicago at Wrigley Field. That's going to have a playoff type atmosphere. Probably Not GonNa see that until they get back into divisional play at the at the end of August going up to eight t doing during that California road trip which can be you quite brutal against the giants and the dodgers you want to at least break even on that series. And then they're going to close out the year with the The division in the Astros and the Chicago cubs less to world champions in Major League Baseball They're gonNA see them the second last last week season before wrapping up with Colorado the dodgers and the CAD. They have the starting pitching then got a a few pieces in their bullpen. As the bullpen perfect note is not. Is there lineup. Perfect absolutely not. They could use a little bit of an offensive spark. Doesn't need to be Manny Machado. But I think that they could use a little bit of help. They seem to be okay at first base with gold sped catching is always always a question. Mark the Middle Infield has been pretty solid but can you put put three outfielders out there that can do the job. Do Trust your starting third baseman. You Trust your bench if your toilet l.. There's a lot of questions. I don't think that this is the time of ax. Team is capable of winning the world series eighteen but can they get to the League Championship series and I think that they can go to require them to win a division series best to five fueled advantage. I think that they are most certainly capable. I like what they have at the top of the rotation. I like what they have at the back of their bullpen. Middle Relief Breath is always going to be a little shaky and nobody is absolutely solid. One through nine with the possible exception of the Houston Astros so as far as these resorted that events are concern. I give them about a fifty fifty chance to the dodgers in the National League and give them a three to one odds to reach the NFL CS and they the lot more astronomical what you start talking about beating teams like the nationals and the Chicago cubs and possibly meeting in American champion. I don't see it happening. My My name's Jeff Rich. 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Ridley can be quiet and peaceable another feel bad together and listen to the music and not make any wrong it's such a big deal that the Phoenix Suns retainer Earl Watson rather than letting him run off to U.. Ucla to replace. Steve Alford is their head coach and Phoenix Suns. Robert Sorry for the owner team stuck with Watson. UCLA alarm for all of three games in the twenty seven twenty eight season other was no twenty eighteen for Watson. Jay H. Riano took over the club when twenty one and fifty eight. The rest of the way Ryan mcdonagh Roberts are decided to go in a different direction when it was all said and done and you know Adam. Silver doesn't like the were tanking but Phoenix Suns. Take the rest of the way The do not stick with Triano though he was a candidate for the head coaching job. Here this offseason. The job goes to Ebore CUCO Who who came over about twenty years ago from Overseas Warren the NBA was an assistant coach with the Utah Jazz who were wildly successful? Considering having a lack of talent on their roster the Phoenix Suns and plagued with that same dilemma over the last couple of seasons but They finish runoff. You draft players. That might be part of a core of good basketball team. We don't oh no that just yet devon booker very young. But I wasn't archie. Good when or Alex. Len Josh Jackson hopes to be in the equation but he can acquire veteran for Josh Jackson. East kind of fifty fifty. Where I'm going to trade the sure thing right now and I'm going to take the chance Josh Jackson accent? That can be a superstar in the NBA. Phoenix took no such chance with Devon Booker locking him up for five five years about one hundred sixty million dollars but same type of money. Brian got to play. Four Seasons for the Lakers. Booker's going to play five for the Phoenix. Excellence and when you look around the West. Obviously you've got hold stay much longer. Is that going to last. Is this Phoenix anuj score going to mature into a team. That is good enough to maybe not take the torch from Golden State but to be competitive in the League when Golden State. It's that back now got to happen. Eventually they're gonNA cap hell. I don't care how much like playing lane together. They're not going to dislike money more than they like played. Somebody's going to take the reins. Eventually I figured Golden State might have a four peat in their their wins in halfway there a lot of variables the play durant wins. Warriors and row Lakers didn't four-pete Michael Jordan never fourteen. I don't know how far back you have to go through. Four Pete. Phoenix Suns. Don't have one. There are the same position the cavaliers were three years ago without the blessing of the best player of the generation being born in their backyard. The blessing of the cavaliers tapped think for getting schneider at the city. Cleveland has thanks for getting off nine. Now we're starting at that point for the city of Phoenix. The old teams go decades cities generally don't Minnesota Spence since the nineteen ninety-one Twins San Diego if you're not counting. Afl It's never Washington got off off the block with the capital Stanley Cup. Victory Seattle You know they've got a recent enough championship with the chickens. Sellout leave is the Phoenix Johnson. And they are ten more your ten years more recent than the Minnesota twins but in baseball no last couple of indoor teams couple of teams that you don't see their year in and year out. I think that fans here in the Valley of the Sun notice respect to the coyotes or any of the other teams but I think as they got it from the Phoenix Suns. Again it would be reversed. I think that if it came from the Arizona cardinals it would be reward to a very young fan base. I don't WANNA call them novice naive or anything like that. Go when I think about the Arizona cardinals fans. I think that they're very dedicated. But I think that they are very new. That's not a surly bandwagon accusation. When I when I speak of the quote Unquote Bird gang saying I like the cardinals nest a little bit more than that I think per game is to Harvey? Try At being the raiders being the cowboys. Okay Liaison Bureau thing talented football football. I say that is if they are A. What do you call it soccer team? Okay Larry Fitzgerald back. He's the hall of fame. Jed Williams very unproven third year player out of grambling Christian Kirk. Local boy went to swallow high school here in Scottsdale Arizona. Second Round pick a last year's draft. Jj Nelson Rashad. Ross Cory will Jalen soliver Brice Butler who they got from the Cowboys Greg. Little who has played for the browns and the Cincinnati bengals was scattered results results. Mostly negative. All right that's your receiving core but it doesn't matter Kaz. Familiarity is not going to be there because you don't have Carson Palmer back you've got Sam Bradford you've got Mike Lennon Bradford from the bears. Pardon me Bradford from from the Vikings by way of yields Rams Mike Glennon from the bears by way of the Tampa Bay buccaneers and North Carolina. State and the Golden. Boy Josh Rosen. They traded up into the top ten to get him. I pick out of UCLA. I think the cardinals brass hope that he hopes that he doesn't see the field in twenty eighteen but they are very ready for him to take the reins. Was this time for him. To take the reins David Johnson back from injury. enj- realize a penny the lesser of the penny brothers but a good player nonetheless in the NFL Chase Edmunds TJ woken from NC STATE DJ foster. Walk Oh boy from Arizona. State time with the New England Patriots Defensive Side of the ball marks golden to rush the passer answer Chandler Jones Radic they have. You can't in Patrick Peterson. Buddha Baker Wa in the defensive backfield field They have picked up a couple of players including Germar Taylor from the Cleveland. Browns are special teams as a couple of former all throws Andy Lee Phil Phil Dawson. Pretty good kicker punter combination if you ask me that's the cardinals finished third or fourth in the NFC West in two thousand eighteen eighteen but they are building for the future. My name is Jeff. Rich keep close we're talking Arizona sports it will be right back the Palmer backpedals in the shotgun formation with a third and eleven Dallas twenty-five arms outstretched shotgun snap brought back by route up avoids for. There's a line down the middle leaping two hundred that's where the touchdown on the back of the end zone. We'll cover it on the way to what a person pleaser. You're listening to sports overnight. America Dot Doc. If you need anything anything from a simple home repair to a major remodel you need to know about homeadvisor. It's a totally free service. 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Chuck slaughter to the sideline caught. You got go back now back to sports overnight America with Jeff Rich it. You gotTa Love Gus. Gus Johnson on the cost for Fox Fox sports go that were. Is that calls back penalty. Put you barbecue. Invite me hurt feelings are I can't do it as well as gust split welcome back. Everybody is sports overnight America. I appreciate you staying up with us. Show airs at ten. PM Pacific Time. Live Boy Jeff. Rich at jeffords talks on the microphone. Monday through Thursday. We're talking Ariza. Sports didn't have an that gus clip but we go all right right and looking ahead at Arizona and Arizona State College football figured on this twenty eighteen season devils opened up with the University of Texas San Antonio September first at some Level Stadium Fox sports. One it's going to be back hall. Aw It's a nice game early in the season and it's in Tempe but the headliner game of that conference slate anyways Michigan State's coming in in Michigan state coming to Tempe September eighth get a babysitter S.. Somebody wants to kids. Join me down at Sun Devil Stadium if you are here in the Valley of Sun last time the big ten came a knockin doc in a couple of times take him knocking in fact Tucson Stadium Arizona State. Set those those kids back to the heartland big losers with a big L.. On their foreheads are eight I remember Iowa Probably two thousand four. Maybe two thousand five forty four nothing for fifty nine minutes. ASU returned to kick. Pardon me Iowa return to kick at the end of the game finals forty four to seven. There was the jewel stobbe game it twenty thirteen September fourteenth twenty thirteen. I was in attendance at that one. Wisconsin back to Madison wearing that L.. Maybe they shouldn't have. Maybe they should have had an opportunity to kick a field goal in that game. We only go by what the box scores says. All right believe they beat Illinois out. It's US and Double Apple Stadium. One year they lost him in Champaign a plan at home they were all over. You don't get Michigan. You don't get Ohio state out. This way. Penn state lead in the Rosewall are. Pardon me the ball on the other side of town on Middle Stadium. They they were victorious. While state won a couple of games in some Devil Stadium National Championship over Miami in double overtime back in two thousand three following nearly beat Kansas State. They held on your after that the they did not play the rest of the year. After that they beat Notre Dame maced decided to stop playing the fiesta bowl at Sun. Devil Stadium because I stayed with making. Can everybody look that. When I stayed had to shift over to Glendale they lost a Texas? They lost Florida. Not In that order philosophy clumps in fact. I think that they'd be Dame's really the only team that they've eaten in Arizona resulted in the last decade. But this is not about the Buckeyes this about Arizona Arizona and Arizona State have not. It had much opportunity to play in that stadium. Arizona opened a season a couple of years ago with. Byu I think Byu beat them and they played a fiesta bowl against Boise state. On New Year's Eve Kapalua years ago Boise State defeated the wildcats in that one as far as the sun devils go. They've not had that up jay plan in a BCS or an access bowl game like the wildcats. They lost to the PAC twelve north champion in the PAC twelve championship. When they had the opportunity to play in that Game Stanford the wildcats lost to the Oregon ducks who they had defeated previously? In that season. I think that that might have been actually. Actually the twenty four team season where the ducks went onto the national championship in Arlington and the and they lost to the aforementioned Ohio state buckets. Asu's biggest opportunity ever was stopped. Short by the Buckeyes in nineteen ninety seven. July first nineteen ninety-seven in fact. I've got a pennant here in my studio that describes that Game Georgia may be Jake. The snake plumber. It's the season. The Sun devils were undefeated. They knew that if they won that Rose Bowl game the national champions Ohio State T. Magnum Arizona's success comes more so on the hardwood than it does on the air but Arizona. He'll they put the number one overall pick in this year's NBA draft. They had the number two overall pick in Derrick Williams back in twenty eleven You know you mentioned over to you. Got To mention one of one. It was kind of. You're having who went to the Cleveland. Cavaliers Williams was a disappointing pick Evan Turner Pardon Me Editors Arizona wildcat he went to the Philadelphia Seventy sixers and the second pick but speaking more to the Arizona players. They don't find the most NBA Success Janning Ryan Richard Jefferson. They firewalls wolves in the League is good at team as loon Olson. Put on the floor and John Miller after for him in more recently. Obviously these guys aren't bona fide. Gablers jerk bayless was far from that channing. Frye Richard Jefferson number of other players. You've never heard of was really remember. PAC twelve basketball so the hope for geometry aiden is that he is everything that he's the the big dot I founded the NBA title. Phoenix Suns are hoping that that trend changes a little bit. I think Philadelphia's hoping for that too by the way with MB Minnesota uses towns more stretch player. A bead is more of a stretch Blair. Aden's ceiling as far as range. I think is the mid range. But that's not his house. This house is in the paint. He's got a play. This game like shack icy see. Anthony Davis is one of his bigger adversaries not boogie cousins not to build the key. Not Cling Capella because because he's going to dominate those players. He would have to grow into his bobby a little bit. It'd be surrounded by shooters at play that for around one like stand. Van De Designed for Dwight Howard in Orlando. They came up a little bit short against the Lakers. In two thousand nine. I don't know that you need to design a triangle type of Shaquille O'Neal offense for the skin and I don't know whether you the bill more so around booker then you do around Aden. And what becomes of Josh Jackson. And what other pieces fill in the gaps for the Phoenix Suns. What type of style does e Gore could go play? Can he make a good decisions in game. Can he run a good rotation. These are things a top assistants are assumed to be able to. We Re Not Make Those top-flight coaching decisions handle the basics. We've seen guys get promoted from the take top to the suit the big suit and not rise to the occasion because it is a difficult thing. There are certain expectations that you have from your coaches in the National Basketball Association. And I think by letting these guys earn their way to the top even if they don't earn waits at the top of their own batch but they earn their way into these job interviews because they are such acclaimed assistant coaches. There's an expectation there with these guys. Whether it's Tom Shillue Mark Veroni back in the day. Luke Walton. Mike Brown Brown probably never get another head. Coaching job seems to do okay. And when he has world class talent around him I mean the warriors won fifteen straight the playoffs last year. Without Steve Kerr all that goes but it is about being capable being competent. been anything but that they had a nice surprise run under Jeff Hornacek the second few years ago at the cat and brought in her watson. That wasn't the answer either. Didn't have faith in the interim coach the long term miniature goats as far as seasons go Jay Triano year ago. Then go after the David phys deals Mark Putin Holzer's went for the big name assistant credit. They're not going after a retread. But you know we've seen I think. One of the Phoenix Suns retreads Alvin. GENTRY's don't act the job New Orleans. My Dad Johnny's always GONNA be dim. Tony I try not to get too excited about that. I would be excited about Hornicek if house annex fan while they weren't because they let him go okay. I would a not be excited about the college assistance or the college head coaches Jay Wright was name that was mentioned very briefly and I think that we have about twenty seconds soccer hockey so I won't talk about the worst team in the national hockey team. The Hockey League from a year ago will the younger. I think that they got better. They traded away two pieces of the fans liked but the fans were grasping onto anything. Here with Max Domi. He and Anthony Declare Anthony. Declare was basically let go for nothing after being traded to Chicago for Richard Panik Domi traded to Montreal. Always going to get you know that's GonNa be a plus plus trade with the piece that the yoed Scott back from Montreal on a young pieces don't throw me was the Mr Congeniality in the draft that included David Jack. Eichel cult yolks knew what they were getting with. Their pick was not going to be a specialist. What Toronto are with the Vancouver Buffalo got this region? The general has struggled very much the lottery until the number one overall pick they had the best is the hand those best odds landed them the number one overall pick with the Andrea aiden. Who is by the way dominating the Summer League sons are three no in summer league? Not that that matters to anybody. College is not really. Take it off your. 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Let's get out of this hot sun into a nice cool bar little theory. I can. You know I'd be a little bit remiss vice-president power talk about sports here in the state of Arizona. More specifically in Phoenix. I talked about yours. wildcats the gap gap representation. They have a campus here actually in downtown Phoenix but The dime earn a pardon me the wildcats The Sun devils they're are not the only division one program in the state you have visual one football on the FCS level and northern Arizona. It laxed F. They play Division One basketball in the Big Sky Conference you have division one basketball on the west side of Phoenix at Grand Canyon University. That team led by Dan Marley. They reached the Western Athletic Conference Championship. Yep You chip in their first year of NC Double A. Eligibility and they came up just showed a short against New Mexico state The arena football league team the Indoor Football League rattlers has six championships and three championships for the WNBA team. The meaning victory led by Diana's Rossy but Brittney griner Ross over there Those are two of the best female basketball players ever to have played the game. And they both wear the same uniform here in Phoenix Arizona. It's argued the Diana's Rossi prolongs on a phoenix. Mount Rushmore of sports. If such a thing would exist thanks for staying with me This was your Arizona's Sport's our of sports overnight. America my name is Jeff Rich face relisting have. Yeah you're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network live twenty four seven and heartland news feed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's the public news service daily newscast four Thursday December. Six two thousand. Nineteen I'm Eric. Take it off. I House vote to impeach. Trump could come before Christmas house speaker. Nancy Pelosi announced on Thursday. That the house would begin drafting articles of impeachment against trump. She says lawmakers had no choice but to act and allowing trump to stay in office would come at the peril of our republic. Democrats have charged. The president withheld military aid to pressure Ukraine into digging up dirt on trump's potential rival Joe Biden and the two thousand twenty election hours later at a news. Conference Pelosi erupted after a reporter asked if she hated the president is it. The speaker shot back that the US Constitution was the issue at hand and that as a Catholic. She doesn't hate anyone for the second time in less than three months. Aunts young people around the world are in the streets today to take part in global youth climate strike urging cities to take action mark Richardson reports from Arizona rallies rallies organized by the global youth. Climate strike are expected to draw thousands of students in their adult allies to local city halls demand. Public officials act to fight the climate crisis. Assist Zach Dennis's lead organizer for Arizona Youth pliant strike. He says the just showing up they will make specific demands of local elected officials that he of Arizona to be cleared climate. Emergency and make climate action plans. That are in line with the science on climate change. Climate change is happening running. And it's GonNa happen whether we like it or not though. He thinks that he should be prepared. Or Dennis's you expect students in their adult allies including workers educators scientists and politicians nations to be at his groups event in Peoria in the West Valley peak. Flu Season is here when most people check in with their doctors about whether to get a flu shot but for migrants it's being held in detention centers. That isn't an option and US Customs and border protection has refused to offer. The flu. Vaccine to detainees now a group of physicians from across the country is pushing the federal government to allow the group to open a pilot. Flu Vaccination Clinic. Dr Danielle Dining signed the group's letter to government officials advocating locating for migrant access to free flu vaccines. She says. Detention centers are high risk settings for severe flu cases. So you've taken a very high risk. WHOA neural population? And then you put them into these very unsanitary conditions where you have people who are surrounded them you may or may not have flu vaccines and may not know the right precautions to take and it's just kind of a recipe for disaster. She said so far the US Department of Homeland Security and Department of Health and Human Services have ignored the request. The traveling clinic would be run by a volunteer network of doctors with a donated stock of vaccines and a multi-language consent process. Anyone who is considering in getting a flu shot should consult with their medical provider. I'm Nadia Ramleh gone. This is P.. In s means relationship with native American tribes is different from other states. But that could soon. Change main treats tribal nations municipalities rather than sovereign nations which is unique among the states today a task force votes on modifying the Maine Indian claims settlement implementing apt tribes currently follows state law except for internal tribal matters matters some criminal cases natural resources in gaining rights among other legal areas representative. Donna Bailey House. Co Chair of the Task Force explains the reasoning behind the potential legal changes. The tribes have really asked for us to look at is to try to bring their status Atis in line with John. Wilkes Federal Indian Law Law was first enacted by Congress in Nineteen Eighty to settle a legal dispute between the tribal nations. And the seat seat of Maine. That was Laura. Ross Brow Telam reporting in McDowell County West Virginia access to clean tap. Water is a challenge for many. That's why one community is trying doing something different. A new technology called hydro panels Linda mckinney. Who heads the five loaves and two fishes food banking kimball joined with manufacturer zero no mass water to have twenty four hydro panels installed at her facility last month? They'll produce clean drinking water about nine hundred fifty gallons of month aunt mckinney says it's a much-needed boon to local residents who otherwise rely on sometimes contaminated water from Decaying Coal Company. Water Systems. uh-huh you're dealing with some systems that The piping is one hundred years or more out in there was no funding. No money no tax base to take care of those systems so the bank is so excited to be asked to be a part of this. She says the Hydra panels are like solar panels but instead of using sunlight to create electricity they put moisture moisture from the air and filter it with sunlight to produce clean water. I'm Diane Bernard an indoor Vertical Farm in Jackson Wyoming that produces and sells roughly one hundred thousand pounds of fresh produce. Annually is powered by a workforce built on the concept of diversity. Eric Gladys has more nearly two thirds of vertical harvests workers face disabilities including autism down syndrome or vision speech and learning impairments caroline. kroft estee is the company's Co founder and says inclusive integrated workplaces are game changers for businesses. Because they bring in new energy. Everybody's excited to clock in. They're ready to work there on time. They work hard. It's really shifts. The culture and kind of raise the bar for all of us creating which really beautiful fluid workplace where everybody worked together and work hard. The three story hydroponic operation produces as much food as a traditional five acres soil farm year round and with a lot less water. I'm America taken off for public news service. We are member in listener supported and online at public news service DOT. Org what the holidays are so much rest and relaxation as much as they are stress at chaos and running around and exhausting yourself altogether. They're three football games on Thanksgiving. Do we need three. I don't think we do know that. A lot of people like to poop all over Dallas and Detroit being the default default home teams for at least two of those games. There's beg to for as long as I can remember. They had that third one with the basically with the advent of the NFL network. And now that getting prime time Kinda love. Love the Falcons Saints Nature. Add bad day for home. Cooking in the national. Football League was Thanksgiving Day but we progress through the week Ad. I don't really like the rivalries all employed on Thanksgiving weekend. You know I think it takes a lot of the students off campus that is typically a go home and visit your family type of holiday the Thanksgiving holiday but We Got Ohio Steve Michigan. We got the Iron Bowl in one game. We got the expected result. Add dreads on how you felt about Alabama all year but they drop a second contest they will probably probably miss the College Football Playoff for the first time in its existence and then Monday night football we get Seattle Minnesota playing a pretty good football game. Minnesota soda made a late charge but Seattle was able to hold them off in the end and other football news coming out of Washington state. Chris Peterson they former Boise state coach. That's how it will probably be remembered for a long time Steps down as the head coach at Washington. Jimmy Lake is going to take over that program Graham and it makes you wonder if you just bit off a little bit more. The chew. He was a PAC twelve champion at Washington But that was not Always the fade like. It was a boise state to play in Major Williams Washington rather pedestrian in twenty nineteen others. Jeff Rich sports overnight America. We have plenty of football. Cock coming your way you're listening to the sports byline broadcast. I work and we'll be right back. The full Attention to anyone. That's written a book a wants to write a book. The process is not that complicated. Take a first step. Even if you write a page a day you build momentum and your book will become a reality. The hard part is getting it published. That's when you need to call page publishing. They've got hundreds and hundreds of thank yous from different new authors. Just like you they make the process of publishing your new book and getting it sold online a simple simple process. 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The philly's got black wide open. The cats very down near sideline twenty very goes to the end zone out. Seattle Tyler. Lockett got got behind the defense all by himself. Down the right sideline and Wilson prompted a seventy four yard touchdown pass. You're listening to sports overnight overnight America with jeff rich all right everybody loved him back in. It's sports overnight America. It's been a long time since I've been able able to speak with you You know were doing a live program here and we're on at ten. PM Pacific Time Mountain time from me. So it's a little bit later. In the night we can across the threshold of midday going from ten to midnight Pacific in the mountain time zone nonetheless Monday night football on I remember when I was a kid it was really late. I almost had to go to bed before. kick-off yeah I'm talking to a really young age. Looks like they moved it a little bit before. Nine o'clock Eastern. Actually what does it. What does my guide say? Six to nine fifteen as if you're a plea Monday football within three hours in fifteen minutes. I flipped over to it at nine. o'clock looked up and it's is. This is Minnesota soda charging back from down seventeen. They get the Get the score. They get the ball back on the mccafe's catch and fumble. Good challenge by Zimmer Kirk cousins. Take some right down the field and the type of momentum that you like to see cease the day after the turnover it over. Vikings did that guy there without the workhorse without todd. Gurley but Dalvin Cook there without Alan Cooke so Madison Dan to step up kirk cousins had to rise to the occasion. They didn't have enough in them. Turn it over on downs in their own territory. With about two and a half minutes left they had the two minute warning. They had all three of their timeouts. Could stop the Seattle Seattle seahawks Seattle rods. Dowd kicks a field. Goal covers the spread. Which thank you very? Watch Minnesota kicker those extra points off. Man Here's our important those extra points and they've made it difficult. I don't WanNa say difficult. I think they've just made a different. It was so easy before yet. Well Ninety six percent success rate ninety the eight ninety nine percent success rate they were trying to drop it down. I don't know that they wanted this many. Mrs We just sat significance me you you really think about about you. got a good red zone defense. You prevent touchdowns you keep that you you get that touchdown you kick extra kicked the extra point. Oy If they can't get in the end of the score three times three times on any defense for I mean those victories anytime bog. It's Donna the red zone and you kick a chip shot. That's a victory for the defense except in of course game winning situation things like that to put you up by three scores but early on when you're just establishing the baseline for how the game's going to be played whether you're gonNA play from head from from behind her you know the the scheme is GonNa Plead even Keel boy extra points make a difference. Then you find yourself chasing your your own it on fourteen six score that touchdowns fourteen to twelve kicked the extra point you know they say. Don't chase points early but you know we've seen it from coaches we. We've seen chip Kelly. I think is probably the lawn. who started this got a little aggressive? Last year he'll go on for two coming off and Owen Sixteenth Season Electric type offense pretty underwhelming in twenty nineteen proud stake in Pittsburgh and that's pretty much all she wrote for their playoff folks callous. The teams chasing you looked at it. Cleveland loss to Tennessee in week one. It was really the only team that they were playing with that they had any type of disadvantage diapering. Baltimore had been able to catch ball. They Catch Baltimore now so Baltimore. Are you know it's just a matter of formalities. Holidays before they put away the Pittsburgh steelers browns could have gone a long way towards hindering Pittsburgh's playoff chances. Even if even if if their own fight wasn't that strong they're gonNA play Baltimore at home. They've already beaten them in by the on forty on them in Baltimore did the Cleveland Browns. But this team is just broken that loss to Devlin Hodges in and James Washington in Beni Snell junior Pittsburgh's defense hasn't really missed that much of a beat. You know in in any steps up as their backup center for the two games Marquees bouncy suspended amoy boy. There has not been more disappointing. Loss in the out reboot history of the Cleveland. Football Brown's Miami doesn't look like they're so bad anymore games. I add Gordon. The week I knew the Seattle point spread was I like Seattle minus three for this Monday night. Football game home absolutely right in order Joshua the Arizona cardinals thought of it guys not playing football. Make it bad that the cardinals as part of a par- lady L. E. didn't play in the game so he didn't factor in. This is strictly against the rules for any employee of the national football colleague. Josh John This is the same guy from USC. The same guy that claimed that he jumped off the patio. There save a kid from from drowning and it turned out that Egypt patio to avoid breaking and entering charge. Red Flags on integrity. You know you you hate hate to say it you hate to say yet to say. There's a pattern of behavior in the reason. The Josh Shaw there is I recall. This was because 'cause I got birthed on this one I said how about this. How how about a hero off the in in Sports College sports at the time? Of course you know when you when you put that out there and you know and Mattei. Tao's not girlfriend kind of same circumstances just a little bizarre and they go digging a little deeper and deeper and a little bit deeper and as it turns out you know. You're not only a hero. You're a criminal. Then you're here you are breaking a or rule upfront about it and try to go through fog. I or anything like that. Didn't take Chris Carter's advice Josh shot you know occupation. You should every he was gambling in a level where you know he was he was pretty occupation on a on an application. There's a paper trail for this stuff and the casinos you know. They have deal because this is where their money's made movies made being an independent partner. It's Kinda like the being the media not being affiliated with L.. With the thing that your dependent on your the media doesn't WanNA BE DONALD TRUMP's back pocket for example you know what the media being incudes with the NFL anymore. Then you want the casinos but the casinos need the games to get played played so they wanNA cooperate and they report this type of stuff. There's supposed to refuse that type of action that him Betting going against his own team parlay. That's dangerous ground to tread. I would want to back up on the Arizona cardinals. Are we gotta throw it to a break. My Name's Jeffords. This is sports overdose overdue Baruch on the sports byline broadcast network. And we'll be right back ten second in twelve three receivers right digs goes in motion Alabama rookie. Irv Smith in the game. Cousins is under center. Tailback Club Kirk back to pass straight in the pocket. He's the Minnesota Sanskrit zero or listening to sports overnight. America I guarantee you. There's no problem. Imagine this is your money and someone wants to take it from you who is is it the IRS. They want your money and guess what they can legally take it all of it if they want remember. 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It's part at the ten yard line of the five bucks potty spinning backpedaling into the end zone touchdown runs caught it like a pinball punts one pittsburgh spur defender after another pedals. In twelve yard touchdown reception dolphins lead at thirteen ten. Nothing over the steelers here in Pittsburgh. You're listening to sports overnight. America with Jeff Ritz. You're not addressed. Welcome back in everyone. It's sports overnight died America. We're going to crunch time in the national football league. I've thought that the NFC playoff picture is set for quite some time. Now though it doesn't look like Dallas is a runaway favourite in the east like they used to be anymore. I still suspect that they will be the fourth seed in the NFC see just by virtue of winning their division cow. Cowboys didn't look comfortable. Say See chickens. But they're not quite comfortable. mccollum the cowboys cowgirls on the air. I don't WanNa give the wrong idea. And it's and the C.. Chicken thing is not a matter of dislike or liking the Seattle L. Seok. That's just what I call but the cowboys could be the cowboys I might call the Minnesota twins the twinkies but the cowboys they've been they're going to get there. It'd be wanted on in the playoffs and I know the expectations there that they reached the NFC championship game. But you look around that division. Who are they going to other of these five teams? Who are they going to defeat? The Green Bay packers the Minnesota Vikings. Neither one of those teams is given that vibe that they're GONNA lose a big game able to the Dallas cowboys now. The game would be big D if they do win the division of the U R Garrett Use a home playoff game doesn't mean that you're going to advance its means it's you're you're GonNa get a home game so between Green Bay Minnesota that the team that does not win that division is going going to be the one of the wild cards New Orleans nobody else in the south and then Seattle at San Francisco. I see any of those teams losing began to Dallas. So thanks for showed up. Be Happy to be there and move on on and continue to play Jason Garrett Jerry Jones because that's what you do because as radical as you are does out in front of things as you like to be your darn conservative human being and you give everybody a lot more time than perhaps they've heard just the opposite. They're in Washington D. C.. And I'd say that the redskins franchise is a lot more doomed doomed shoe the fate of their own boss. The owner Daniel Snyder. JI- Jerry when you put them up against Steiner Steiner is not that bad guy. He's not that bad of an owner is meddling is not that bad but then you start you start kind of digging it into the layers of what is Garrett done to earn that job. What is Jason Garrett done to keep that job and does Jerry Jones really fear ear that he can't do better than Jason Gary? It's ultimately consider your exactly. I don't know I don't know that you we have a coach on that staff. You've you always have former. NFL head coaches on that staff in Dallas but as any any one of them scream head football coach for one of if not the biggest brand in the national football league if not all of sports all right that that's a that's a really dangerous situation there you know you hear about bagging on the hot seat. I I'd say Freddie Kitchens Vic fangio couple of first year head coaches. You know if you don't like the direction that it's going to change things up is is f Kingsbury. One of those guys. Arizona has not played well. Arizona doesn't have the talent they've got out how to get. That is running the show quarterback and you know kyle very sells tickets for you if you're the Arizona cardinals clippings very gets another here. Because I think this is completely his fault. Steve Time on the other. Hand the general manager there in Arizona. What has he done exactly? What has he given you me? Oh he thought his future was pinned on the successor. Assessor failure of Tyler. Murray and I think that Kyle has been relatively successful but you look around you know. He's thrown into the ghost of Larry Fitzgerald World. Lots of problems up front both sides of the ball for the Arizona cardinals tough to judge a boss by the performance of the team. Name The you know. He was given. And that's an excuse for a guy like you Jackson. The former coach of the Cleveland browns three wins thirty six losses. One Tie in two plus seasons seasons as the head coach of the browns. They're he's considered for the Arizona State. I've already talked to you about college. Football a few minutes minutes download here going around it and in the National Football League. The Miami Dolphins not as bad as we originally thought they were the jets down nearly as good as anybody has given them credit for this season Cincinnati Bengals Will Not be the. NFL's Third Owen. Sixteen team congratulations. So them Dobie watch them. DROP THE BROWNS IN CLEVELAND. And that'll be the new low point point for the browns. Ravens look is good as ever. You'll play in a driving rainstorm in Baltimore they if they can get the AFC to go through through Baltimore. They've got a really good chance because New England is vulnerable on the road. New England is now Oeste Baltimore Anti Houston another road matter of fact. I don't know that I would consider New England automatic top team now dangerously age Risley close to being in that territory where they gotta think about buffalo coming up from behind Buffalo. Look Thanksgiving Day by the way. It wasn't all Dallas Stroh. The Pooch Sean McDermott seems like he was the right hire there it had to be lynched. Probably in trouble with the chargers Fangio I duNNo. I Dunno Denver's consol solid situation but he. He's one game without a quarterback there in Denver as VIC Fangio the culture. Good I I mean the AFC the look of using FCA. You've got the Patriots and the bills. Those are playoff teams the Baltimore. Ravens are certainly a playoff off team. What are we think of the chiefs out of the last chief? Say not nearly as slow on the chiefs in December as you were in September and I don't think that bodes well for their chances. We're right in that game. We're going to be played in Arrowhead. Hundred Foxborough I don't know what kind of money I would have to put on it. I don't know what kind of odds like a get by taking the field as the AFC champion of day or throw those two teams out. I'd like to consider it. I don't think it's Tennessee. Team from south. It's it really comes down to the Ravens Texans and the PATS and I get the bills a little glimmer of hope I if I had to name four. I would put the bills in for Really Murky playoff picture in the AFC pretty clear in the NFC who plays Home Games who goes on the road who plays wildcard we get a lot of that still for graphs and I don't know if I just WanNa take what happened in week. Thirteen as Gospel. That the seahawks are in the right. You're going in the right direction. The forty niners are going in the wrong direction. They the forty niners really showed me a lot in a loss awesome on Sunday and I was flipping around. 'cause we got punished. You're well Mike. Luba Brown's brother and got punished because of the brawl between Pittsburgh and the browns. The last time this game was taken out of the four o'clock timeslot and given Diet Eagle and Dan fouts Brown's got the benefit of every call and still couldn't get it done against a Pittsburgh steelers taxi squad. I think that's a testament to how good of a coach. How solid organization? The Pittsburgh steelers are at how power the browns and ready kitchens are just not any of those things and maybe they will be someday but they are definitely not in the present tense. We throw to a break MIDAS idioms Jeff Rich. It's sports overnight. America Ulises Sports byline broadcast that work. We'll be right back Focused shock it today Mrs. touchback look at Davis a classic twenty thirty forty. I'll stay strong arm. Put it right in the right spot. Our the second in Gem Calkins Nineteen Dalvin. Cookies detail that deal and emotional right now. Emotions back to the left hand off Galvin exports out through the FRONTIERLAND black in sixteen zero by large active. Dr Jackson the Jackson don't the third and five for the rams. At the fourteen of the Falcons in the gun quite five girly three wide shotgun. Snap back to pass off autozone lying privacy Antonio shoulder what pets touchtone Zona Pool Sedan. 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You're listening to sports overnight overnight. America with Jeff Rich on their way to the A. C. Championship indeed. The clemson tigers Taking on Virginia and Virginia how about them snapping fifteen game losing streak to Virginia Tech hokies their in state rivals brought Rocco Matin Hall. Like that. You think Bryce Perkins love that number. The play of a couple of former Arizona State Sundance's Sundance's Brady white with mark norval at Memphis and then of course Perkins with Bronco Mendenhall up cajal Ville They win that game at home and it was just orchestrated. They were coming on the field. You don't when you go on the field at Sun Devil Stadium. Everything's fenced off. So there's only a few corridors that you can Run through oil to pour out there with Virginia game. As soon as I went final. I mean they just poured in from all angles. It was really an awesome. Seem to see a way to go why. Who's what a year? What are your? It's been a rough couple of years for Virginia so this Twenty nineteen season bounced back from losing sixteen seat is a one seed in the NCAA tournament. I winning the national championship bounce back from the ugly incident where somebody lost live where we're loss of life 'cause approach Ascott Insanely out of hand. And that's a good way to put it. You know we we know that You know we. We know that there were some circumstances. This is the nobody's proud of on took place in Charlottesville before the cameras before the twenty seventeen are we that are we already that far removed from it because it it feels like yesterday for the football team. I mean you're you're not talking about social situations when you're talking about the Virginia Cavaliers Winning Their Division Advancing to the ACC championship and hey you know what extrapolate sixty minutes of football clubs it comes out on top. You know -gratulations this them for winning their empty consecutive. I think that they've won every year. Since since Jameis Winston at Florida State which was twenty thirteen one and two thousand fourteen. So clemson's are two of the last four titles. The College Football playoff this is the sixth year two titles for Alabama to titles Clemson Higher State's got one could be working on their second. Pretty impressive PRESA victory over Michigan up in Ann Arbor. Jim Harbaugh now. Oh for five against Ohio. State or Meyer. Seventy by the way a couple of years where they didn't overlap harbaugh. Oh for five. That's three home games to three home. Games ZERO INSTITUTE TWO GAMES DOWN IN COLUMBUS ZERO wins. What's the bar at Michigan is I I mean? Can they keep going like this. And if it's not Jim Harbaugh leads that program in Michigan promote from within and give the job to Don Brown came over from Boston College. He's one of those guys that doesn't strike me as a leader of been on the defense defensive side of the ball. Pardon me a leader of men head. Coaching your tire football team but he has quite the architect. I think he's the play. They call it that you want to have on the defensive side of the ball and here's the reality of Michigan's just not getting the athletes. You know you think about there too eisman trophy winners ones that everybody can remember anyway Desmond Howard Charles Woodson or they play their high school. Oh baugh for Howard. It was in Cleveland. Ohio Saint Joe's high school. Charles Woodson Fremont Rossa awesome. School Fremont Ohio. You're you WANNA talk about some of the best players in the big ten occas- Carter Ohio doc ID town area goes plays paternal at Penn State. It's been twenty years. It's been almost twenty two years since the tide is completely shifted and Jim Tressel kind of put a wall around Ohio contract will put the wall Colorado Ohio Urban Meyer solidified it and and did a better job getting talent from out of state. Because John Cooper hired after he wins is the arrows while there is no state they beat Michigan in that game Those are two things that he had a hard time doing at Ohio state with the exception of a couple of years bowl record was abysmal. Two against Michigan Thirteen years two wins. Now he did. Ed phenomenal the rest of the time wasn't like Hugh Jackson situation. And the reason you Jackson's back in the news is you know. First of all he's selling Christine layhee. See that the y'all. He was disrespectful to his general manager and the owner when he was terminated that was disrespectful respectful that they terminated for winning three out of forty games just so rich and the fact that you'll whatever herm Edwards says goes L. is with the Arizona State Football Program. And they're they're they're like oh a lot of most of their offense of coaching staff. Just moving in a different direction and rumors are circulating. That Hugh Jackson is going to be the next next offensive coordinator at Arizona State and I. I'm watching the spin on this thing. And it's crazy to me you're talking about the development of Carson Palmer and Andy Andy Dalton Baker Mayfield got Baker Mayfield. Out of the out of the blocks really hot seemed to me like he didn't didn't even like Baker Mayfield seem to me like he didn't like his coaching staff. He was a terrible leader. And you know you could say okay you know not everybody's cut out to the head coach and I get that I get that argument completely urges too many great coordinators that took head coaching jobs. And it just just the the success was there but what you don't really remember is is that it's hard to even get. Get your footing back as coordinator if you fail. As a head coach Pat Hill Pat Hill will vouch drowned as a as a coordinator in the NFL after his tenure as a head coach at Fresno about surrounded the point where he you know he took lesser. Unless gigs than you just got fired. He's just out of the game. Maybe he wants the Old Dominion Maybe Gallic Pat Milk it could do some things that the UNLV job those jobs both open. UNLV probably made a mistake in hiring high-school oh coach that's worked out. Sort of with our riles. You know maybe some of the lack of institutional itution control at Baylor related. Dr Riles is related to his lack of experience in the college atmosphere. Smells on didn't have the same problems. But you'll gus Malzahn worked his way up pretty quickly. The Gerry Faust the Tony Sanchez. Chaz situations man. That's that's a tough sell. That's a tough sell to get ice. It's just such a drastic job so college football playoff coming up. I state you know as long as they win the big ten championship they'll be an Lsu tiddle for Lsu Lsu's probably no matter what we will theorized that Clemson's no matter what then four you know four were. You might have a second. SEC team might get a team for the PAC twelve. And I'll say what you know. Utah Oregon College Football playoff because nobody restricts the PAC twelve. That's fine you you go to the Rose Bowl you play. Team like Wisconsin Penn State. You you play a good game at the Rose Bowl. I mean it's been a while. Utah really hasn't gotten the notoriety. He says they made the jump from the Mountain West the PAC twelve exactly see. TCU tearing it up in the big twelve either. That jumped from being amid major to be in a high major is exactly why you keep the American out of the cartel you know you start putting Cincinnati Memphis. UCF Navy on the same ground that you put Oregon. Utah got really struggling to list off. PAC twelve teams that. Are you know that are decent. I got a couple of decent teams playing in the Apple Cup couple. Eight and three teams. Chris Peterson doesn't want to be in Seattle anymore. I it was a lot easier to look great. And you know dirk cutter it exactly succeeded Arizona State. Dan Hawkins fell flat on his face at Colorado. Leaving that Boise State Gig you know. There's there's only so many urban buyers out there you know it makes you wonder if the Michigan Gig does become openness guy like Kyle Wittingham good candidate for Michigan. Who can they coach at Michigan? How good is that job? I don't think you can get Brian. Kelly you're definitely not get an urban Meyer James. Franklin in less vile stock is low enough he served out. Okay Kansas but it's still Kansas. Football does Michigan. She can need a Michigan man looking for the hottest name out there. I don't know who the hottest team out there is. We'll Tom urban the available. The Oh are we the changes could be coming in a lot of places probably not coming to vanderbilt. They seem to really like Mason. There seemed to like what he's able to do with that program. I'm onlooker out for an SEC program that might maybe maybe Peterson's the man of Michigan that's not a good job for someone like like if if if the Washington job wasn't if for you. It's really hard to picture initiating job benefit for it but you know. His Michigan turned into the Texas where their expectations just exceed reality to such a drastic level that they did you reach this impasse. Hey that's a possibility. The big twelve year Oklahoma Oklahoma carries water for the conference. Texas sure doesn't Heck Oklahoma state's been closer to being on top there. I mean really since since Colt McCoy coy it was ten years ago. The Power College football resides in Baton Rouge Columbus and clump South Carolina but closely. Can't catch a break you know. Clemson in South Carolina not very good. They were able to be Georgia but not very good. Clemson plays Texas am Texas. Am Not very good. Almost v Georgia but not very good lawrence a little underwhelming be interesting to see. Daba prepares his his team not not just for the ACC championship but for the College Football playoff in general assuming that they are the team that represents the Atlantic coast conference in that Bat. Playoff but Dave's jeff rich. This is sports overnight America. And we'll be right back to wrap it up right after the break. Take the dog out of there was another word behind something to do with what your dog does. The morning seem bicep. Two weeks ago you can find a roll of toilet paper sitting back going out about fifteen miles out of town because tumors corner is going to be Zirk. You're listening to sports overnight. America certainly like to see this team at the opportunity. Do Hi I'm Dr Robert Clapper Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles California dedicated to your health. 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And we're talking to you about about the week that was in the national football league. The thanksgiving weekend rivalry week in college ball and everything else is kind of in full swing. We got hockey going on. And I got this buddy that works for the Florida Panthers and I had some plans in Florida for the end of January. So so you know. First thing I do. Naturally for trip to Florida's I checked the hockey schedule and I see that the NHL All Star game is taking place on January. Twenty sixth in Saint Louis so there will be no hockey in south Florida for yours. Truly you start looking at around. You'll be a heat game. Maybe Miami Basketball and his kerm reminds me how fall far down college basketball has fallen the ACC big ten Showdown used to be a big deal every year. So you get duke and Michigan State. He had North Carolina and Ohio State. You you'd get wake Forest Michigan Nippy Api righteous everything be awesome Syracuse in Michigan. I think we add a final four game of that nature a couple of years ago and now it's like who cares November basketball. You just can't sell me on it anymore December basketball. I guess it's just a you know you gotta have these gimmicky types of shows and and it just doesn't work for me. I wonder what college basketball is going to do to save itself to make it a sellable product on TV. I'M GONNA stop talking before or I get into too much trouble for Matt Scott on the other side of the glass. My Name's Jeffrey Suspend Sports overnight. America Patch Radio Sirius. Xm Chill to eleven. Now stay stay tuned for more sports. Coming your way next hour on the sports byline broadcast network MM-HMM MM-HMM UH-HUH. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed. Radio Heartland NEWSFEED INDEED DOT COM. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM programs. The public news service daily newscast for Thursday this day December. Sixth Two thousand nineteen. I'm Eric Take it off. I House vote to impeach. Trump could come before Christmas speaker. Nancy Pelosi announced on Thursday. This Day that the house would begin drafting articles of impeachment against trump. She says lawmakers had no choice but to act and that allowing trump to stay in office would come at the peril of our republic. Democrats have charged. The president withheld military aid to pressure Ukraine into digging up dirt on trump's potential rival Joe Biden Haydn in the two thousand twenty election hours later at a news. Conference Pelosi erupted after a reporter asked if she hated the president the speaker shot back that the US the constitution was the issue at hand and that as a Catholic. She doesn't hate anyone for the second time in less than three months. Young people around the world are in the streets today to take part in a global youth climate strike urging cities to take action Merck Richardson reports from Arizona rallies organized by the global youth climate strike. Strikes are expected to draw thousands of students in their adult allies to local city halls to demand public officials act to fight the climate crisis. Zach Dennis's lead organizer for Arizona Arizona's youth climate strike. He says the just showing up. They will make specific. Demands of local elected officials B. Y. THE ARIZONA TO ECLAIR clean China emergency and make climate action plans that are in line with the science on climate change. Climate change happening. And it's going to happen whether we like it or not though. Zoe thinks that he should be prepared. For Dennis's you expect students in their adult allies including workers educators scientists and politicians to be at his groups event in Peoria in the West. 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What Alexa tribes have really asked for us to look at is to try to bring their status in the line with John? McCain folks federal Indian Law Law was first enacted by Congress in nineteen eighty to settle a legal dispute between the tribal nations and the state of Maine. That was Laura Ross Brow. Tell him reporting in Mcdowell County West Virginia access to clean tap. Water is a challenge for many. That's why one community is trying something different. A new technology called Hydro Hydro Panels Linda mckinney. Who heads the five loaves and two fishes food bank and Kimball joined with manufacturers zero mass water to have twenty four hydro your panels installed at her facility last month? They'll produce clean drinking water about nine hundred. Fifty gallons of month mckinney says it's a much-needed Boon wound to local residents who otherwise rely on sometimes contaminated water from Duquesne Coal Company water systems. 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I've met when I think about principle libertarians. It's it's hard to come up with too many examples on par with Darryl W Perry we should say Gerald Yeah I already muted. In in case she was trying to say. Thank you or something like that while you were talking about him. So we're just enjoying all of the accolade thank you. It's great to have you back on Daryl. It's been most of the year I think since we last had joined free talk live and how fitting turned out to be on a Thursday night. Yep sure I did yes. I didn't even realize that it was Thursday. Believe it or not so you you got stuck with me tonight. Well you've been working day night launching your new campaign for New Hampshire governor yet so this is actually something that I'd been considering for a while. Lyle and there have been some people with some concerns. Because I'm dealing with a pretty bad concussion and I joked okay said you don't have to have brain damage to be governor but probably help well you can still take on the Republicans and Democrats even even though you have a serious concussion with half your brains behind your back. Who are you prepared to face off against nobody wants? He wins the Republican primary. I don't see that happening if it does then. I probably won't say anything. Stranger than Joe Biden in talking about his area legs roaches jumping as loud. Did you guys see the since you brought that up. We played that clip earlier this week and then somebody turned it into video. They turn a cartoon a cartoon video. Yeah I saw that and Larry I still. I'm still trying to figure out how this is reality. Where'd that's the front runner in the Democratic presidential campaign? Is the front runner ups for a long time yet for the entire time. He's been the front runner. Wow I thought what the gentleman from where Ohio Indiana thought food is. Up Buddhist now. He's he's been he's been consistently like third or four interesting. He's doing very well in the New Hampshire polls. Yeah but I don't know I don't don't follow that stuff this closely because frankly I don't care so Darryl You know for a long time here in New Hampshire. We've all been here for a number of years and the Libertarian candidates for governor have been. Let's say they've been leaving something to be desired. They haven't really been the most Principled principled the last one. That ran was a very nice lady. Gillette Jarvis and I liked her a lot personally but she never really nailed it. As far as Libertarian Cherian principles were concerned in her voting. Totals weren't really anything to write home about I suspect that as a factor in your decision what was it that led you a to finally go ahead and pull the trigger and say all right. I'm throwing my hat for governor partly that and also the fact. Act that the libertarian. Party of New Hampshire Convention is coming up in just over five weeks and nobody else has has stepped forward to say that they were running for governor in does it have to be chosen. The nominee is going to be chosen at the convention. That's that's the plan is cheers nominees at the convention. And since we're going to need to collect three thousand petitions divided between two Congressional districts. It's better to start collecting those sooner rather than later and I know that twenty twenty The presidential year and the National Libertarian Party isn't choosing their nominee until memorial day. Weekend and because New Hampshire doesn't have of candidate substitution. We can't start collecting the presidential petitions until June anyway. When can you start collecting the gubernatorial? To`real petitions January first nice and we have this wonderful thing called the first in the nation primary that has relatively high devote voter. Turn out and that's in early February right. You know that about ninety nine percent of the people that are going in and coming out of the precincts are registered voters to get people to sign petitions. There you've got a very liberty rate. Yeah Yeah are you anticipating any any competition for like a primary or anything for via Libertarian. Governor spot I don't forsee anybody else jumping in at this point. Well a little bit of history. Here the Libertarian. Party of New Hampshire in twenty sixteen due to likely theory due to trump and Hillary got a fair like a large number of votes in New Hampshire. It wasn't because their candidate Max. Abramson was particularly noteworthy or did anything out of the ordinary or was any in any way but particularly principal. Libertarian but I think it was just that backlash against the the two major parties that election that as you guys know at the national level. Gary Johnson the Libertarian candidate. I'll put quotes around. That Libertarian and Green Party party candidate. Jill Stein. Got Three times the number of votes they got in twenty twelve so those third party boats were sort of lifted up in two thousand sixteen and I think the Libertarian Governor Governor candidate here in New Hampshire benefited from that so for the first time in about twenty years. The Libertarian Party of New Hampshire attained the ballot access level the Republicans and Democrats. So for twenty eighteen libertarian. Candidates were able to get on the ballot in New Hampshire without getting any petitions signed without having to spend thousands of dollars on sending petitioners around to get this done. Unfortunately that gubernatorial candidate in two thousand eighteen did not continue to get the same level of votes votes in two thousand. Sixteen and so the Libertarian. Libertarians lost ballot access. So here in twenty twenty now they gotta get the politicians again and that also means that there's now no state a state. Primary for the Libertarian Party which they had in two thousand sixteen so this year it will be decided at the convention right right but if somebody were to jump in then then there would be a contested vote at the convention at the Convention. But that's in like a month or whatever right yeah and it should be noted that check in two thousand eighteen Mac Abramson instead of running for state. Rep is a libertarian. He opted to run as a Republican. He's now running for the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination. And how his experience as eh twice elected state route. I don't think he's got a chance against ampaign a little bit where I know that nobody formerly rich Paul is running on a cannabis legalisation platform and saying that he would pardon all non violent drug offenders all nonviolent offenders. I believe at least in an interview with me. That's what he said. So pardoning pardoning let let me just make one sort of slight correction unfortunately governors in New Hampshire. Don't have a unilateral pardoning power. Doing they have to work with the Executive Council. The the five headed for Governor in New Hampshire. So they can't they can't pardon somebody without the executive council saying okay correct. Oh Man. Dan Store that in my press release. I mentioned work with the Executive Council to pardon non violent drug offenders and that's a five person counts that's right up in it's just elected I didn't know they had that That power I knew the executive council held some per strings like they have to approve certain expenditures. Yeah that's that's yeah yeah and I also running on a platform of. I believe everybody that has ever been convicted of of a drug. Offense should actually be able to work in a retail cannabis industry. That's a great change. Can you stick with us. You said you might only have one segment can you. Do you have time for a second one. Yeah let let's do one more all right cool perrier's with US eight fifty five four fifty free yes. We're loving talking to Darryl. Darryl was a voice on on this night and we're glad to have him back fifty five four fifty free. This is free talk live. What could is living in a free society? Heidi if you don't live a free life being stuck in a job or being locked into a relationship. But you're not free to do what you want. I'm Caleb Jones and I've taught hundreds rids of thousands of men had to create low work high income businesses and how to date women under your terms come to our free Webinar with the live Q.. And A. 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It's Chris Ed Vincent and would darryl w Perry on the phone just like what years of Thursday nights we did together and I miss him dearly but I I wanna tell you about how local DOT BITCOIN DOT com. BITCOIN DOT COM has launched a trading platform at local dot. BITCOIN DOT COM allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin in cash via dozens of payment methods like pay pal then Mo bank deposits. Remittances are meeting in person. Luke cash there no ide- requirements to sign up for warn us. The site and all communications between buyers and sellers are encrypted finally a global trading platform that respects your privacy visit local dot bitcoin dot com to get started trading bitcoin cash that's local dot. BITCOIN DOT COM. And as I was saying we got Darryl W. Perry on the phone. You still with US forever. Yes yes I am. It's great to have you. I am blessed. Well we got the a press release right of the press release yesterday. I'm like aren't I saw it on social media and and you You got putting a which one One of the big papers in New Hampshire. I'm sure it was at least online publishing something They did call me a keen resident so I had to send a correction to the author and said Yeah. I have not lived in keene since earlier. This year New Hampshire right. Actually I I am now. What has changed because he used to be all about the inhabitant? Because there's like a legal distinction between these two. We shouldn't probably get too deep into it so sold out. It's well hold on so there is a distinction and there's a court case on a law. That was changed. And that's actually being argued and Dan Manchester Court right now And one thing that's interesting Is One of the new laws that went through where they slightly slightly tweaked the definition of resident the Secretary of State when this bill was going through the legislature was arguing. We need to do This because voting voting voting. And now. He's saying this doesn't change anything about voting. I don't even know why anybody is arguing. Voting while Mobley pause you kept saying we need this because voting so that's HP twelve sixty four and S B. Three both laws. That I have said that I I would work with the legislature to repeal and one of those laws was actually repealed by the legislature and vetoed by the governor But what hid changed is part of the Neurological problems that I'm having with the concussion. The neurologist said that I needed a handicapped placard record and in order to get that needed to show the DMV New Hampshire residents. See those guys. Yeah and so. I wound up having to give the state of South Carolina's several dollars to take care of a warrant for an unpaid traffic. I I was GONNA ask about that. Held up back there. Get back to the campaign though because obviously we're short on time you have granted us an extra segment here so Where did we leave off? Were you answering a question. I don't remember where I have a question. But I can say I was talking about the pardoning power. Were of the New Hampshire governor. And apparently there's some discussion Jackie has told me in the discord. And I pulled up the New Hampshire Constitution and apparently the there are a couple of conflicting interpretations of what the Constitution Actually says talking about pardons where it says. The governor winner with advice and consent of the Council and so it is sort of one of these things does that mean. Executive Council has to approve everything or are they just recommend who gets pardon and I wanted to say something before we get too far all this discussion about you know Darryl have facing uphill battle getting on the ballot. That's not just in New Hampshire ballot access if you're not Republican or Democrat is exceedingly exceedingly difficult regardless where you're at in the United States. It's it very few places that it's easy to get. That's why you only get two choices Republican or Democrat and for the rest of us we fight to have our candidates be offered as a choice right. And that's something that I definitely want. Want to bring up during the campaign. Is the ballot access hurdles. That we face here in New Hampshire where unlike are friendly neighbors to the left left of us in Vermont. Where as long as the party is organized and in Vermont Organiz means that there are town committees in at least ten municipalities Jala across the state then their candidates are placed on the ballot by virtue of filling out a form and being officially nominated by the party? Even yard such a Socialist Hellhole. That's that'd be worth moving for. Yeah and you know Vermont For basically forever there has never been such a thing as a concealed carry permit. Luckily New Hampshire now has what is referred you too as constitutional carry making the concealed carry permit optional It's a you know there are some good things that the current governor has done there also a a bad thing. Yes that the governor has done like his vetoing. The Death Penalty Repeal twice which was displayed. Your the luckily the legislature overrode those vetoes In the House and the Senate by one vote when each chamber chamber No thanks to thirty-five supposed liberty wraps that decided to stand with the governor on his veto of that New Hampshire would have had an independent redistricting commission. Had it not been for governor. Sununu our medical cannabis program what have been expanded expanded even more than it already was and There was a cannabis legalization bill that a Senate committee earlier this week week voted to refer to interim study which is basically a nice way of saying. Let's kill the bill because the governor has said that he would veto if it wound up coming through. The governor has said that he would veto any legalization bills. And I believe that the New Hampshire should join all of our neighbors and about half a dozen other states and allowing retail sale of cannabis. I also think that we need Portugal style. DP Liz Ation of all other substances. Yeah I was GONNA ask you all standing you know the the governor standing in the way of. Yeah can you talk a little bit about DP. Liz Ation versus legalisation. By the way I WANNA say we're we're once again short on time in this segment and I know you said you had to go daryl so if you gotta go we got it but we do have more questions I can do. I can do another second okay. All Right Darrell. Dot Com by the way is the campaign website. That's Darrell with two ars in one L.. If I recall correctly W Perry DOT COM and you are taking crypto currency donations. I am Yes. Maximum donation is five thousand dollars. Wow and that's because it's a state thing because federal it's like two thousand isn't it right and I'm also agreeing to the voluntary spending limits. Which means that I agree you to not spend more than six hundred and twenty five thousand dollars? If I were not agreeing to those limits I can only get one thousand all right so there was the question about deepen the location and come back to that. Yeah we'll come back to that eight fifty five for excuse me break. More Jones could skip his network breaks. Why can't we were on the phone with Darryl W Perry who you may remember from Thursday nights but we certainly do eight five five four fifty free? This is five. The next generation wallet is is coming from Divvy. In just a few taps you'll be able to send earn spend an exchange digital money in seconds. 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And in and Vincent and on the phone we've got who darryl W that'd be a Perry still with. Thanks for having I am. Thanks for having me on so we were. We were gubernatorial candidate. Darryl W repaired we must be clear. Yes for the Libertarian Party. Although not official yet until the party convention which happens in January believe January Eleventh Eleventh Concord New Hampshire Lpn H. Dot Org the party websites if people want to learn more about that so but but you'd asked him a question. Chris it's about Steve Cram slash penalization. He had thrown out the term DP legislation of drug crimes or alleged crimes. Or whatever you WANNA refer to and I. I wasn't sure of all our listeners. were familiar we hear decriminalization. We hear legalization. And now Darryl W Perry throws out deep penalize Asian Shen Portugal style. Can you explain to us what you mean by that. Get so correction here. I'm not the one that came up with the term. I actually got the term from Human Rights Watch from a report that they put out with the Aclu several years ago and let me sort sort of clear up. There's a lot of people that think decriminalization that means that there's no penalty. Well no in most places. There still is a penalty it just becomes a civil violation but you still have to wind up giving some government agency some money and with legalization a lot of times that that winds up not necessarily meaning tax and regulate. But that's really what you wind up seeing so a lot of times. Legalization is a metaphor or euphemism for tax and regulate whereas DP nationalization would be a removal of all penalties both civil and criminal so there is no more. Oh it's just like a parking ticket violation there is no more. Oh your third offence becomes a misdemeanor meaner. While if part of the thing becomes a misdemeanor where there are criminal penalties. It's not really determined. That's what we have in New Hampshire with this cannabis of right now. Three quarters of an ounce. There is a bill the techs got released. I believe earlier this week last week. BILL BY New Hampshire representative renny cushing. He's the one that took the lead on Repeal of death penalty where he wants to do sort of a Vermont style legalization of up to one and a half ounces of cannabis and then expand the amount of has sheesh that is allowed and and also Home grow of a certain number of plan. You say Vermont style you mean there would be no storefront sales but possession of it would be legal. Possession would be legal and then you would be able to gift. Someone a certain amount excellent when you say hash do you mean and like all concentrates or is it. Specifically has sheesh the bill mentions has sheesh and then there's is also concentrates though will when the decriminalized at Vincent they they include that as sort of she's concentrates IC- rams I think is the confirm on that. Do you happen to know if if longtime bill the bill would Increase that to ten and then it would also increase the amount of edibles too. I believe it was five hundred milligrams and then remove the the current regulation is it must be an then childproof containers where it's marked this that the other way so would remove some of those restrictions that would be amazing. I know I spoke with Rennie. at this year's Aclu awards dinner and There was specifically what I talked to him about doing. Because I had talked to mark warden longtime sponsor of Free Talk Live live also. Liberty Rep spoke with mark earlier this year I said to market said you know. This governor says that he is against legalization but he signed a decree and Bill Bill. So why don't we put another decree bill. In front of him and decriminalize cannabis even further mark. said he would work with Rennie on that some wondering. If did you happen to see who the co-sponsors we're on that. I did not pay attention to the list of co-sponsors was fairly lengthy so good good. There's at least half a dozen coast. We talk about cannabis for a whole hour. But let's get back into your campaign. Vincent did you have a question for Darryl. Yeah Yeah I did. And it's just just to get your perspective back to vomit. There's no real way of knowing but like a lot of people blamed third party candidates for Losing Hillary Clinton the election. Bob Is particularly Jill Stein but but also Gary Johnson and like now reports of people being more partisan than ever and people just in general are getting back into at least corn of a mainstream media are getting back into activist left right paradigm. Do you think that might be like a negative 2016 event where less people than average vote for a third party candidates just because people become uh-huh so hyper partisan now with trump and whoever democrats decided to select you wouldn't really surprise me and if you go back and you look over the last several elections where there's been you know a high profile third party candidate and I hate using that term but that's how you know like most of the media refers to The People like Ross Perot and ninety two the Ralph Nader in two thousand of all. Oh well let's point the finger at this person blame them because the result didn't turn out the way I wanted to. Well if Al Gore would have won his home state in the year two thousand thousand Florida would not have even been in play if George Bush were horrible. George Bush would not have lost the nineteen ninety-two election and there are a lot of exit. Polls that show that Perot voters were almost split evenly between Perot and Clinton urged between bushing Clinton and during the brief period of the summer. Where Perot was not in the race Bush was still losing to Clinton in the polling? So so it's just one of these sort of scapegoat things but it always has a backlash against minor party and independent candidates. And we're seeing that in New York state state right now where they're wanting to. I believe triple the vote threshold for a party to stay on the ballot. Saying that they I need to get rid of these sham parties and part of why they call them. Sham Parties is New York has fusion. So you have these groups like the working families. Lee's Party the Conservative Party Independence Party. That are nothing more than ballot. Lines for the Republicans and Democrats and you know. Yeah yeah get rid of the actual sham parties. But don't also get rid of the Greens and the Libertarians. When you're doing so and the easy way to do that is get rid of your party column ballot? Like what they have in New York and what they have in New Hampshire and then. Oh you want the endorsement Smith fifteen different parties okay. Good you're still only on the ballot. One time. All right what else. We know fast about the campaign for right. Now they're all W Perry DOT COM and you can donate as you mentioned in crypto currency and everybody that donates that provides Raven coin address. Will Get pork tokens. Tell me about that real fast. Listen with Raven coin anybody can create a token and and I wound up. Pork is available Peo- RC. And I M yes like porcupine. I'm going to use it as incentive to get volunteers to get donors at some point you will be able to redeem the pork tokens for t shirts bumper stickers. VR decides other campaign swag You donate you get some pork. You collect petitions. 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This is terrifying. I JUST WANNA surreal. I Wa I just want to add. I don't know about your generation but like in mind the white van has been a meme before they mean for mainstream. It's that anytime. There's a white van. It was for whatever reason it was like a movie or something but the connotation was someone who drove a white van it was to kidnap someone like a pedophile. Or like this year offering candy out of your van stuff. I I don't know why white vote is just so innocuous right while there's no evidence to suggest that this is happening happening much less on a national coordinated scale a series of viral. FACEBOOK post created a domino effect that led to the mayor of a major ager American city issuing a warning based on the unsubstantiated claims. Now this also is not unusual. Where somebody we saw something on facebook and they gotta get out there and save their citizens and they frequently get made fun of The latest on the site was dot net so it had to be legit right exactly right I. They had links. There were links in the story. The latest online fine induced panic shows how viral facebook posts can stoke paranoia and make people believe that spotting something as common as a white van and can be deemed. Suspicious were connected really who a nationwide cup actually believe that yes. Well I will say in all fairness since you're reading from CNN CNN and the mainstream media they were able to get an entire country to go to war twice base off of BS reasons. A little girl who tests a WHO turned out to be an actress who testified before Congress saying that Iraqi soldiers were taking Kuwaiti. Babies out of incubators doing all sorts of Conan for barbarian varian stuff to them and then they said Oh yes. Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction before. He's responsible for nine eleven so this was the same media but did that so they've been doing this spreading fake news and causing fake panic before facebook was fear is what these people sell their. I if if you if you can't gin up fear among your viewers. You're not going to get him to tune in through the commercial break exactly quote. Don't park near a white van on Baltimore. Mayor Bernard Good Luck Jack. Kyung said in a TV interview on Monday quote. Make sure you keep your cell phone on in case somebody tries to duck. What are you going to do? I mean if you actually actually pull up next to a white van in the Walmart parking lot or wherever it is that you are and it actually is a van full of masked thugs that slide the door open in and they grab you as you're walking by to abduct you. What are you GonNa do grab your cell phone out? Put in your pass code and then dial some go nine one one or whatever. Call Your family or something to let you. Let them know. You're not gonNA have a chance to do that. These things happen in seconds right and it's not going to save save you. It's not going to. Oh my God. He's got a phone in his pocket back off back in the van. Yeah nobody's GonNa know you're gone if the thugs are smart and they may not be but if the thugs are even somewhat intelligent. They'll take the phone from you and either smash it or turn it off for whatever. The mayor said he had not been told of the apparent threat by Baltimore. Police lease but said it was quote all over facebook unquote. Wow Matthew Joe blow spokesperson for the Baltimore. Police Department told CNN then. Business on Tuesday that while the department is aware of posts on social media it has not received any reports of actual incident. Sound sound quote. Indeed while there's no hard evidence that any such phenomenon as happened in Baltimore. Unconfirmed reports of suspicious white vans ends in Baltimore and other cities in the United States have been shared hundreds of thousands of times on facebook in recent weeks and have been seen by potentially millions of facebook users. At least one person who drives a white van as reported being harassed or and as a result of the rumors Baltimore City Councilman Christopher Burnett Co Chair of the Baltimore City Human Trafficking Collaborative. You've told CNN business that he worried that. The panic about white vans would distract from the wider issue of human trafficking. What we need to make sure accurate information is out there especially because Baltimore is a hotbed of human trafficking in the country? Now what is it that These humans are being trafficked for. It's sex slavery because that's usually kind of what goes along with the suggestion of. Hey Ron traffic human trafficking You know you don't really hear too much about people being trafficked victor. Go dig a ditch somewhere. It's usually associated with sex slavery. I mean yeah. Has Anybody else heard anything else about human trafficking decides sex slavery traditional slavery very to a child soldiery also right when you say traditional slavery. You don't mean picking cotton in a field with the promise of being forced to work. At some Josh Drug Doug Field or sweatshop things like okay. Well Yeah I mean. Of course there is the human trafficking of The coyotes who take humans across the border shirt. And you know they've been hired to do that. And then in some cases they are sold into some form of slavery or indentured servitude on the other side. So that I guess there is aspect but I agree. It's it's usually about you know sex sex trafficking and I don't know I can't say for sure I mean most of ided live near Baltimore but most of what I know about Baltimore I've learned from the wire by Baltimore's a high crime area and I see that but you know does that mean that every white fan is filled with filled with a Sex trafficked women most likely you know any sex straffing you have. It wouldn't just be totally white. Would have some sort of government insignia. If people people actually did think this the net would actually encourage some guys to approach white man's in the hopes that they would find some a sex traffic to people there so they could purchase their services. Right I suppose but it so I think that you know it's worth pointing out here if you want to actually reduce human trafficking you don't start a campaign of people freaking out about white vans. You advocate for the abolishment.

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G: The World's Smartest Animal

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G: The World's Smartest Animal

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Walters come in today with the final episode of our Radio Miniseries on intelligence g and so for this last episode we want to shift to the mood a little bit because <unk> as we're putting the series together we did lots of stories on human intelligence but we also found ourselves thinking about intelligence in other animals and to get into that we decided to host an event all about animal intelligence and today we're gonNA share that event with you. Just a quick warning. There are some curse words in Joe so there that mind so the and the reason that we're doing this is because a couple of months ago I ended up on the phone with the science writer. I really love named Dan Amber and Dan went on a rant about how messed up it is that we only seem able to talk about animal intelligence in terms of our own intelligence he said so much of intelligence research is built on making animals malls do stuff that we feel like humans would be good at doing I instead of considering their intelligence on their own terms and so tonight we decided we would do an episode about animal intelligence that shifts the focus from us to them that considers Peter's their unique abilities on their own terms and in doing so hopefully might help us redefine a little bit what we think about intelligence in general for all of us and because we're humans and we like contest we decided we're making a competition and so here's Outta work we have four contestants who engage in series of head-to-head bouts to convince a panel of judges that they're animal is the smartest I'm going to bring up our first a pair of contestants in a moment but first. Let's meet our judges music. Okay I please welcome. These guys have done hundreds of stories about all kinds the smart animals I please welcome the coast of Radio Lab jazz album Rod and rubber coach kind of had to use the guys obvious choices but we also invited one more surprise judge the real star of our judging panel from Humble Beginnings Shelter in Oklahoma City. She's risen to the highest levels of success in show business in New York television credits include high maintenance in the leftovers and she has appeared in more productions of the Broadway play any and the role of sandy than any other actor like any great stars she goes by only one name. Please welcome macy is a dog. AH ABOUT THIRTY FIVE POUNDS SCRUFFY Brown for she tried to grab onto stage and happened to a chair next to Robert Okay so before we start. I just want to ask the judges here. One question to Kinda set the terms and make sure we all know what we're looking for car. I want you guys to just define intelligence in two or three sentences. How would you define what you're looking for? In the contestants stories tonight Robert Running you start animal intelligence animal titles. I would say that a very smart animals should be asked how well do you understand your world knowing that some are sniffers and summer tasters and some are good flyers and so on but really when you see a fox on a snowy day jump into a pound of snow and somehow land right on the little mouse. That's two feet down. I think that's a smart smart Animal Jen. I think what I'm going to pay attention to our arguments on behalf of creatures where you see the creatures encounter some kind of obstacle and then problem solve their way around it so creatures are flexible can adapt very quickly and I'm going to give a special nod. I think two creatures that show collective intelligence Erlich moral intelligence invest even thing okay so that's what I'm going to be paying attention to okay good macy. What do you think how would you define? Intelligence may see. She's just repeating jab really okay so we had our judges that we brought our contestants onto the stage and the way it worked is the each had four minutes to make the case for why they thought their animal what the smartest of them all at the end of each round the judges would vote and we'd bring <music> out the next two contestants are really meet our contestants okay good okay so first up we have Chrissy Clinton and Jordan Mendoza Tracy Clayton host the HIP podcast another round and more recently the podcasts strong flat legends Sir Ma'am Goodman does it is a comedian writer for Comedy Central and hosts alive science and comedy show <hes> in Brooklyn called drunk science. It's okay so <hes> Tracy. What what did you bring for this? I <hes> the smartest animal in the world hands down is the Crow Crow just kidding Indiana. They're fine to know he meant that this is war now. This is the fight we're fighting Jordan. What's your entry for this round slime mold first-round crow versus slime mold? We're start with Tracy ready. Okay go so if you don't Know How Amazing Crows are is not your fault is because the media's racist and they told you how to feel about crows for example. The most famous crawls in the world are these here you got the dumb dumbs the crows Dumbo they're dressed like street pimps five crows wearing brightly colored hats one of them smoking a cigar L. Jobs shiftless lazy black coincidence. I'm sure and then in year this is a this is Jim Crow. If you don't know that Google you gotta do we don't have enough time so here's why crawls are the best and the smartest number one and they are extremely resourceful. Have you all heard of this dude name as he rose in the fables. One of them was about a crow who had to get like a treat or something out of like a pitcher or something and so what he did was he dropped stones into the pitcher so the water level would raise got what he wanted. Guess What Crows really do that for real life then tracy showed a video of a crow and a half empty glass of water and the croke kept adding stones don't into the glass until the water was at the Rim and the crow could get a treat. Most of my exes cannot do this pro can solve problems puzzles with as many as eight steps definitely. Avenue none of my ex could do that quite number. Dose Crows can be taught to talk right the surprise gasps Talk Crow or to say Human English words or human words human languages across Assam Birds Y'all ravens but you don't know that because they're not hair it than not brightly colored. They're black again racer just as they don't seem the same way the parents do you know is not what is the desert camp but their vocalisations skills are really really really good when you get a chance Google talking crow and you'll find some some videos. I think we have one exactly that's real crow video. Actual Crow Crows can solve ask Ken Ravens Point Number Three E C point number C roles have funerals right but they have funerals for good reasons. Not The humans don't have funerals for good reasons but humans have funerals and make ourselves better like Oh my God I missed big Mama so much I you just need to see a one mile time for she goes onto the whatever and this guy quarrels also we still have wakes where we literally sit around and look at a dead body weight for it's a wake-up. Even though we know is not going to evolve out of that please. It's not as Maxim. Here's breath. Y Crows have funerals right so Rashad is bliss Rashaad. He's just PLOP. Recite is the Crow so the crows like how can I what is what is the cuss word thing you can say Oh oh shit man Rishaad with the fuck what happened and so all the crawls congregate around Rashad to see what killed him so they can be like we need to stay away from whatever was doing good. The League Rashad now point number four is that they can recognize faces up to five years and they hold grudges so if you walk past it's actually two and a half years. They just like Nah. Don't fuck with this over here. They sell all their friends. The next time you come around this motherfucker bag don't trust him. It's amazing so exclusion crows should not be called a murder. They should be called something smarter like a symposium of Cross all right good job those supportive enemy. I think we're all winners next Jordan Mendoza with the slime mold he put up a slide slide of a petri dish with like yellow lightning bolts streak going across it okay. You're probably wondering what what is this but guys don't worry. I've forgotten looked it up. A slime mold take a brainless single celled pulsating wad of Yellow Goo. I learned if you put a slime mold in an environment where there is a complex decision to make for instance which Director Direction to choose to find a good food source this super organism consoled that problem relatively easily by spreading it site Oh plaza about advancing and retreating in response to what what fines so this is a super organism composed of thousands of nuclei and they will collectively decide to make a decision for the group humans on the other hand are not at all good at collectively finding a good food source. Have you ever tried to order seamless with another person not easy. What are we GONNA do? Pizza Korean Chinese Sushi my roommate and I always end up choosing diarrhea. There are three general types of slime mold plasmodium slime molds cellular slime molds olds and Gary Busey Jordan put up a picture of Gary Busey Fab. If you don't know what it looks like Google and those who don't know the joke here is that Gary Busey looks and is like a slime mold plasmodium slime molds are masses of thousands of nuclei that move around by spreading out in a F- rectal pattern learning the lay of the land and even solving mazes and mapping networks with incredible efficiency how efficient it took human engineers years to map out a Tokyo rail system. It took a slime mold just hours. I read that in an article titled. Watch this slime mold dunk on Japanese engineers. I'm just this kidding. I made that article title up. No one wrote that the second type is a cellular slime mold and this spends most of his life as a single free willing amoeba which sounds like a Sitcom that just got green lit on Fox this worke freewheeling Amoeba just got the consulting job of her dreams and she balanced love work and New York City checkout all the single celled ladies starring Zoe Day Chanel as the slime mold then went on to explain how slime molds look out for each other in this amazing way when one Amoeba runs out a feud something incredible happens it starts emitting chemical pulses assembling clusters of other Amoeba into a larger super organism. This is a process called Chemo taxis he's or if it's trying to save money Liverpool this super organism Ben Roosters sports to find more food and then dies he metaxas shows that slime molds are altruistic beings. They'll sacrifice themselves for the benefit of the species. I on the other hand will never die for the benefit of others. I won't even give my subway seat up to an elderly pregnant. Women who's carrying a piece of furniture. Finally the last category slime mold is Gary Busey and oscar-nominated American actor so who has appeared in over one hundred and fifty films including lethal weapon the firm and Piranha Three D D in conclusion slime molds are very smart. Please vote for me because I'm Asian and if you don't vote for me that's racist. Doc did not know we can do the upper Jordan does okay. The judges do a couple of minutes here. What what deliberating ask him questions? What are your reactions to these two roe versus like that a something so small multiplied so many times could could come too complicated and sophisticated conclusions as they pretty impressive accomplishment each individual? I don't know it's pretty cool but but also I I was leaning in that direction erection but just to sort of give the crow a fair shake if a crow can see a person and then remember it and disseminate the reputation two and half years. That's some kind of crow language or something impressive may see you have a crow feeling one way or the other she does well. She's saying that she's not sure where the cheese knows that many molds Oklahoma City is a sort of dry town and they don't have a forest there so she feels a little bit unequal to the challenge here with Oh well. She did study them once. Do you speak dog robber. I understand that I can't speak it. Okay partial to Gary Busey which okay Hazel confused her well. Let's let's let's vote. Why don't we go down the Line Jad? Choose Gosh I think just on I think I'm going to have to go the the slime mold row after giving it up for cruise okay so Jad Slime Mold Robert I I you know with great respect for crows that hate well. I I agree but I I'm going to go with a slime mold as well. Al Qaeda Mazen macy hope my what do we what do we have for me. Cro surprising all right all right surprising have Gary Busey okay so the judges voted in favor of the slime mold and after that we brought up our next set of contestants to defend a whole new pair of animals okay. Let's get our next contestants up here Laurel Brakeman and Dan Dan Amberg given up everybody. Dan Anger is a writer for slate and the New York Times magazine and all Brakeman is the author of the bestselling Book Animal Madness and teacher at Stanford Laurel. What animal are you entering entering into the mix sperm whales sperm win? Okay okay good and Dan. What will you be bringing to the table? The chicken the chicken okay zero cill interested interesting okay. We'll start with Laurel takeaway. Sperm whales are huge the biggest tooth Wales but in a lot of ways. They're like US yeah they have big brains and really complex social lives but unlike us they live in a matriarchal culture. They probably even have stronger social and emotional bonds than we do. Young males go off on their own to find a new pod and then everyone else stays together for life sperm whales communicate a lot like us to physically and with language but they also have a third way and I think we should consider it like a sixth sense. Maybe you think about echo-location like boats sonar like a pain goes out and then it bounces the sound bounces off thing in their environment and then it comes back and giving gives the boat like a grainy shape of whatever that object is a dolphin and whale sonar does this too and so do bats but animals owner also comes back as a physical feeling in the case of sperm whales. It's really loud too. They make the loudest sounds of if any animal on earth up to two hundred and thirty decibels. I know it's actually it's louder than standing next to a jet engine at take off. Our eardrums can rupture at one hundred fifty decibels which is basically like a gun going off next year head sperm whales make these click creaking and buzzing sounds in their nasal passages and then they amplify and direct them with this big fatty Waxy Oregon in their foreheads. <hes> called called the melon and it's it's terrible word. They probably have another word for it. That's better <hes> but it's like a huge built in megaphone in their head just like that but way lower like greasy loud so loud that it would hurt us to be listening to it and this echo location is so powerful that they can track a squid up to a mile away and their social messages probably travel just as far so knowing what we know are really complex. Social lives there six cents likely comes with its <unk> own emotional experiences too but we can't name those because we don't know what those feelings are like so I want you to try to imagine it. Though what would it be like to be like reading a book while suddenly finding out just by feeling it that your ex girlfriend is coming around the corner of an underwater shelf a half a mile away now she broke up with you. Major uncle coaster you ben so lonely but now you know the signal is meant for you just because of how it feels when you pick it up and not only that but you have an immediate accurate picture of exactly what she looks like not just the shape of her but the perfect curve of her jaw her sexy twelve inch layer of blubber that you've missed so much but also you can also immediately tell how much she cares about you too and that's why she's coming back. Also you've been hunting giant squid this whole time so sperm whales might have a particular emotion that goes along with experiences like these and they maybe even have a different sense of self in the mid nineteen eighties neuropsychologist named Harry Garrison proposed that Echo located communications that are promotional in nature so like grief or joy might be experienced by whales and dolphins as more than shared information they actually might come in as shared feelings shared emotional experiences Jefferson thought that this might give rise to something called the communal self meaning that whales and dolphins might not say I they might always be a we we are sad we are sick and there's some evidence for this so like in whale strandings for for example when a Bunch of Wales we'll come up to the shore and Strand themselves and die but when we actually do studies on the Wales we find out that maybe only one or two and one hundred was actually sick. Something is going on here and I think it may be. We Sick Dick so I don't want to end on that super sad no guys it also might be why Wales. I'M GONNA lose okay. I wouldn't tell you one thing and then we're going to turn it over to the mystery animal over here it also might be why dolphins and whales there's so many reports of them coming to the aid of swimmers who were struggling or fending off sharks from somebody who really needs protection or help or even doing things like this which I love this is a case of sperm whales who adopted a deformed dolphin so a dolphin with us spinal abnormality who they welcomed into their pot so sperm whales man one looks like extreme empathy to us might just them being themselves or maybe it's a new kind of intelligence one that requires a kind of communal feeling as opposed to thoughts about other other people's feelings so thank you all right okay. Well done very good all right next up. Dan Amer chickens the chickens. Let me start with this. A chicken can beat a human tic-tac-toe a chicken almost always beats a human and in TIC TAC toe. I learned this back in high school. When my friend rob got obsessed with one particular tic-tac-toe playing chicken named Willy who lived at the video arcade at MoD St at Willie beat rob over and over over and over again at TIC TAC toe Willie wasn't unique birds like him were once a pretty common carnival attraction their popularity peaked in the early eighties when trained chickens were shipped around the country rented out for two hundred dollars a day or sold for several thousand dollars each have these chickens were so good at tic-tac-toe that humans were getting demoralized at least one distributor started having the birds lose on purpose every fifth game to make it seem more fair turned out this whole thing started years earlier in the south at a place called the I q zoo in Hot Springs Arkansas? They're a pair of scientists Marian and Calabrian had built a business out of training up strange animal behaviors. There was a product show room a place to demo the ducks they taught to play piano or rabbits drove around in little firetrucks hamsters on trapeze but the Greenwood you don't have to be that smart to go on trapeze the prelims most popular and Enduring Act with the bird brain a chicken in a box which disappeared behind a screen to pacos onto a game board. Chinatown Willie with one of those. Maybe someone else's knockoff in any case. I watched that chicken play a lot of tic-tac-toe peering over rob shoulder. I tried to figure out the chicken secret strategy but then last week week really last week. I discovered that all those observations were for not has got ready for tonight's talk. I stumbled across a copy than old instruction manual which the bruins would send out with their bird rain units at according to that manual chicken in the box wasn't really playing tic TAC toe at all in fact behind the screen there is nothing but a single light bulb and a switch when the light went on the chicken packed and an appeared somewhere on the board in the spot shows by computer. I found this kind of devastating partly because I promise pat talk on the intelligence of chicken but here's a reality chickens are Kinda dumb as we've seen there even dumb compared to other birds. They don't have funerals. You know they're not or make tools like crows. They don't learn to speak like parrots in fact. If a chicken has any special talent at all. It's that when you chop off its head it can go on acting like a chicken for days or weeks or even months but still I think there's something amazing about Willie and the other bird braves. It's not that these chickens were smart enough to beat us at tic-tac-toe because they weren't. It's that we humans were dumb enough to lose. I mean tic Toco is not a complicated game. Actually if you can think ahead just a bit you ought to be able to play any round of TIC TAC toe to withdraw even against a computer and yet it seems we humans can't or won't succeed even at this very modest test the our intelligence and I think that's useful to remember especially tonight because this whole project to rank species according to their smarts takes it as a given that a Gulf exists between the very dumbest and the very smartest animals that the chicken and the chimpanzee or the sperm whale or the Crow live on separate continents of cognition but I call that vanity that's what Willie taught us that there we were standing the same arcade befuddled by the same computer each unable able to succeed at the same simple game. We were joined together across several hundred million years of evolution by what we couldn't do. Judges vote for chicken is a vote for finding that common ground the it's the vote for unity and kinship vote for chickens is a vote for all of us the chicken okay wow this is. This is dumb together our heartfelt together yeah wow I would. I don't even know what what are you leaning well. I did not know that stuff about the sperm whale all I should re. I actually played on street with the China country in the nineteen eighty so I probably should not lost so I don't know whether the other judge is awake but at this point macy had curled up all kind of taken a back seat converging. This is like the Meryl Streep Vacation I mean if we were better. Humans we would have the kind of antenna and radar that a great actress would have what you can just somehow project and return you go to a movie with her and you go you know every move. She makes touches you. Can't I mean thrall by this. What you're saying doesn't like streep? I think he's she's a Broadway stars. What about she's feeling streep right now? Can't can I ask a question about the butts. Burma is isn't all emotion somehow. It's a physical physical we live so is it a question of degrees that somehow they are experiencing that much or is it an entirely different kind of intelligence. Would you say I think that they have another way of accessing their emotional life than we do so they have everything we have right like their friend can go up and clap them on the back or give them a sperm whale hug or whatever right like they still have that and they also have language but then they have this other thing which I to me just because I avoid my inbox whatever it feels like some form of email right like you send it at a great distance but it's emotional and you pick it up with your face. I I think I got my heart goes sperm. Will I as a political platform. I vote chicken but as my heart says I gotta go to you I guess I go sperm sperm whale two three Swiss Cup break at this point. The first round was finished the judges at weighed in on some pretty compelling cases for the crow the Simul sperm whale and the chicken next up. We have another round of competition same basic idea we asked each of our four contestants to bring a smart animal to the table to make a case for but this time we through a couple of curve balls at them that end the final crowning of the world's smartest animal after a quick break this is n.. DEROSA FROM AMSTERDAM RADIO LAB is supported in part by the Alfred P Sloan Foundation enhancing public understanding outstanding of science and technology modern moral more information about Sloan at W._W._w.. Dot Dot O._R._G.. This is Dana Thomson from Muncie. Indiana radio lab is supported by Rockies. These have you heard about this company. 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A. B.. So in part one of our competition we heard arguments for the intelligence of the crow the slime mold the sperm room well and the chicken and in part two we decided to raise the stakes a little give our competitors couple more challenges. The first challenge is that they are now going to have to compete with their nemesis from the first round. We're GONNA team them up. We're going to have around two onto round and the other challenge we gave them. Is We noticed that we weren't really paying that much attention to the furry mammals I think a lot of us imagine that we may be among the smartest animals in came then some of us will yeah and but we decided let's do some furry mammals but the challenge was not to do any of the usual suspects so no humans of course no chimpanzees elephants. No dogs sorry macy. They come up with an unexpectedly smart Furry Mammal with your with your new and former enemy teammate so I I where Dan and Laurel who had absolutely no trouble at all agreeing on a smart for Mammal Obviously Raccoon why oh gee of the animal kingdom been shown us how to live in cities for a really long time. There was no other choice I don't even why are we talking about this. No no brainer all right. Take it away in the fall of nineteen O six. We're trying to win in the fall of nineteen thousand six this headline smart raccoons was picked up by several major newspapers. The column underneath described a Mr and Mrs Goulard who'd been travelling from town to town in a double decker covered wagon beneath a family of trained raccoons that worked for them as chimney sweeps it was not the only story of its kind in those years raccoons were often touted by reporters for their high intelligence allegiance where their sagacity or their skill at making mischief. This is the odd and tragic story of how he came to understand briefly a century ago that raccoons were among the very shrewdest animals of all and then we forgot the link between animals slipperiness and it's smarts was once well established among scientists at Columbia University Edward Thorndike had been testing the intelligence of cats and dogs by locking them in boxes. He'd seal the box with latches latches bolt through string police leave a snack outside. It's motivation this was Houdini in the lab and escape room but for animals then in one thousand nine hundred seven and psychologists in Oklahoma named Lawrence wister Mr Cole thought to put raccoons through those same puzzle boxes to learn as he put it their proper place in the scale of Mammalian intelligence and he found some amazing things his raccoons Tom Jim Jack and Dolly would would it times break free of the puzzle box and then ignore the food reward it was as if they'd gone through the exercise not in service of their hunger as other animals might do but to satisfy an inner curiosity Cole also found that his raccoons unlike cats could learn to escape given box just by watching humans do it based on this and other work. A soft consensus came together in psychology that raccoons were in fact quite high on the scale of Mammalian intelligence much higher than a cat or dog at any rate and maybe even on a par with primates but alas this whole idea was soon to be challenged and raised in the same year Kohl published research the President Teddy Roosevelt lashed out against the tendency of nature writers riders to ascribe human like abilities to raccoons and other animals. The president who is an avid outdoorsman called this fake news within a few years. Some of Cole's also most impressive findings with raccoons were challenged by his peers. Even scientists who believed in Kohl's research would find it hard to follow up for one thing the raccoons they meant to study kept escaping and a new paradigm was spreading through psychology psychology one that had little time for musings on raccoons imagination or it's curiosity horse loneliness in place of Tom and Jim and Jack and Dolly they were rats nameless rats so raccoons vanished honest from the lab and then as cities grew vanished from our lives out of sight and for a while out of mind but turns out as people move out of the country and into the city the raccoons followed us and our urban spaces aren't just the perfect place for raccoons to demonstrate their intelligence but I argue that they are also making them even smarter today though the people that know the most post about urban raccoons are the people whose job it is to get them out of our urban spaces like Mr Raccoon Aka junio Costa the number one no kill humane raccoon trapper of the California Bay area. He told me that the animals are bold and curious in the pretty much everything raccoons move into our addicts and our crawlspaces they study us they use their tiny sensitive hands to manipulate locks and latches or pry out loose nails they nothing's open and then they take running leaps also to knock things over a raccoon will work on a problem like lifting up a garage door or prying open a window or Prang event cover off of a basement for hours until they figure it out. Sometimes they'll come back like night after night to work on the problem until they solve it and once they do they keep coming back. Mr Raccoon told me that once he got a call every night night from the same neighborhood for like two weeks because one ambitious raccoon figured out they were all tracked homes and so what would work to get into one of these tract houses would work in the entire neighborhood so she just went house to house to house to house. Recruits are really the only one of the only animal species to fare better as humans spread all over the planet and not only that but we are each problems for each other they try to outsmart us. We try to outsmart about it's unclear to me. Which of us is getting more intelligent faster next up? We're Tracy Clinton and Jordan. Mendoza and agree on animal was a little harder. The expected what type of Mammal type of the Marsupial individual marsupials tracy kicked it off fourteen marsupial with this adorable little creature your called the quad which looks like a Chubby Squirrel with teddy bear is and little black clubs okay literally if you're if you have a head hold onto it. If you're sitting in a chair hold onto the hold onto your bullets Sam Jackson about that the response would be okay this ladies and gentlemen not to oversell it is the most amazing animal facts you wherever here in your life. Are you ready judges. Are you ready macy. She's into it okay. Here's why is the smartest animal win serious business when a Predator we're GONNA get through this as a family as swear okay when approached by a Predator Apparent Cuaba I. I don't know if it's the dad the mom the you know pronouns. I don't know their lives <hes> oppressed by a Predator. If apparent is with their child they will throw the child at the Predator to distract it while it runs away to describe this image for the people who cannot get this at this point. Tracy had an illustration up in the screen of a mom tossing passing a baby into a basketball like the free throw line. That's what this is really smart because you make a not the one you Mike if the bubbly out dad because does your that attached to your child then what happens to your genetic line doesn't get passed on right. This way. Quad was like Oh shit. I like emily but I can make another. I can make emily the second emily here P._M.. And that's that but cooper gold on the live another day the kraken goes on to survive longer than anyone else will. It's your turn. If you still want to go very I am scared. Jordan decided to fight for kind kind of a weird choice so oh boy so this is supposed to be a presentation about what the smartest animal is in a long time ago. I was like yeah I'm going to do qualifies but then I looked it up and apparently quotas <unk> are famously stupid. Here's how dumb qualls are their brains only take two percent of their body mass which is apparently one of the smallest brain to body mass ratios of any mammal. Qualify brains are also super for smooth which is bad because the more folds your brain has the smarter you are. The human brain is like Rekondo lots of folding shout out to my condo heads out there sparking joy. You know who oh you are. Honestly I love her so much. Quotas are so dumb the even sound dumb listen to this aw perhaps quotas aren't conventionally intelligent just like how choosing Koalas for this presentation wasn't conventionally intelligent but I propose that we rethink intelligence partly because I'm stuck with this animal but mostly because I believe that this animal is in many ways smarter than us. Perhaps quotas are like how my mom describes me smart in their own special way. Let's compare quotas and humans to see who looksmart by comparison. This is a quality daily schedule twenty hours a day while the remaining four hours they spend eating and mating incredible imagine only being awake for the amount of hours. You need to eat and have sex I mean I'm not a huge fan of sex because I'm quote unquote awful edit but boy do I love eating. The human schedule on the other hand is horrendous. We sleep on average six point eight hours. A night. We wake from our nightmares then spend ten hours reading emails and worrying five five hours on a conference call and two hours eating dinner out of a big bowl while watching billions and hoping to God that Paul Giamati voice can Lowest Asleep again in conclusion qualities have optimized themselves for life spray gifts eating having being sex for those who enjoy that kind of thing and sleeping without the need to listen to Paul Giamati voice and that smart now who sounds stupid still Koalas it. I realized that clapped with everyone else but <hes> I am proud of myself then that would be very good Koala move wow okay so we've heard from both pairs raccoons and marsupials slash polka and dumb slash smart Qua- so after that let's proceed with you guys it quiz time for the final judging taking their a lot of different arguments put forward. I think I gotta give this to the Marsupial duet all right. Take Mr Krulwich I was I was impressed by the boldness of the chicken of the before the judges even had a chance to always. We're GonNa uh-huh what's what's happening here. Laurel Braverman has walked a giant bone across the stage and giving it to macy the dog judge pretty serious incident of bribery went down this hampering or something what you file it just don't you just don't you do to keep things fair. We decided to just throw the whole thing over to the audience to vote with their applause for their take on the smartest animal evening so just to recap the contenders were the crow the slime mold the sperm whale the chicken the raccoon and the marsupials and the winner according to the audience was I think it's I think it's pretty clear who the winner is. I'd asked to Cuba Drum Roll. I drum roll please. We're GONNA do it here. I think the winner of the contest the smartest animal in the world is this sperm whale. The crown goes the prize somewhere. I don't know who out here from our team has it. There's a prize we had we had planned and to give a <hes>. Give a gold fish the winner instead we have red fish. We have a Beta fish for winner Laurel Brightman one more time for Law Raymond winning our competition it she he flew here from California with the with the leg of an animal now. She's crying back with this. He attempted of ravages the gist did we do. We care about that right. I guess we're we're letting people have spoken. I didn't want it so did it work right okay. That's spats our show. Everyone thank you thank you. Everyone thank you thank you to our contributors Amber Law Brightman Tracy Clayton and Jordan Mendoza kickabout. Thanks to our Judges Javan Rod Robert pruitt's macy and Phil Merloni thank you to the radio APP Zapped who put this night together. 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Ep 2: Dr. Lewis Goldfrank

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Ep 2: Dr. Lewis Goldfrank

"Welcome to another episode of conversations. This is Adam rush and I wanNA thank you for joining me. Today's conversation has been a long time in the making. There is no justice I can do in this introduction to Dr Louis Gold Frank that would convey the impact. He has had not only on me but on the World Dr Gold. Frank is the former chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at New York University. Bellevue Hospital Center. The Nation's first public hospital. He is a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences and is widely considered one of the founders of emergency medicine and medical toxicology. He has authored. Countless scientific articles won numerous prestigious awards and is the editor of the most recognized medical toxicology book in the World Gold Francs toxicology. Now in its eleventh edition. I can say that every decision. I make literally every decision is influenced by the teachings of Dr Gold. Frank and I know this is also the case for anyone who has ever spent time with him. Dr Goal Frank is a positive force in so many ways. He is one of those rare people who lives the ideals he embodies when Dr Gold Frank speaks people gathered. Listen and then they're inspired to act PERHAPS HIS GREATEST INFLUENCE SAYS RAMA. Rao A MENTOR OF MINE. And a fellow -mergency medicine physician has been to teach us that to become a better physician. You need only to devote yourself to one task becoming a better person. The rest it seems will follow Dr Gold. Frank has been at the helm through many disasters. Such as nine eleven the AIDS crisis crack cocaine and opioid crises and the tuberculosis epidemic of New York City. Hurricane Sandy so many more he is the champion for the homeless and fervently believes in the worth of every single human being which is the principle that has guided his life instead of trying to give you a preview of everything we spoke about in his interview. I am simply going to say. This is the most intimate detailed conversation that I have ever heard. Dr Gold Frank engaging it is motivating inspiring and one that I will cherish for the remainder of my life. There is an exchange in chapter five of through the looking glass a famous children's novel by Lewis Carroll. It goes like this. The Queen says I'm just one hundred and one five months and a day. I can't believe that said Alice. Can't you the queen said in a pitying tone? Try again draw long breath and shut. Your eyes. Alice laughed. There's no use trying. She said one can't believe impossible things I dare say. You haven't had much practice said the queen. I was your age. I always did it for half an hour a day. Why sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. Dr Gold Frank helps you believe in impossible things and so often. He turns the impossible things in the possible. So without further ADO. Here's my conversation with Dr Louis. Gold Frank so I am sitting here with Dr Lewis Goal Frank and this has been a many years in the making for me. I have been wanting to this interview with you for a long long time and I finally have the courage to come into your office. Where believe it or not? I think it's let's see two thousand and three so fifteen years ago as a fourth year medical student. I remember sitting in this office during my interviews and you asked me a question of why I wanted to go to Bellevue and I had so many so many answers in my head that I wanted to tell you and I just kind of froze and you had the courtesy or or maybe you just felt bad you went on and kind of gave me some. Hinson into why I may WanNa come to you and I was able to answer that question pretty easily but I wanted to say welcome Dr Gold Frank. It's really really special honor to be able to have this conversation with you. Had we can do it then. Excellent so so much of how I make not only my decisions. The medicine but decisions in my life really come from where the foundations have started from things that you have taught me. And I know from talking to many of my colleagues and residents over the years that even years after they left Residency Training. How they make decisions when they are at the bedside. Your voice comes into their mind and what you've taught them really drives their decision making and it's really incredible legacy but I wanna go back many many years and try and identify and figure out what led to your ability to do this. What has really influenced you over the years of your life and I wanna go back I to your childhood. Maybe when you were around ten years old and doing some research for this interview I found out that your mother. I think her name is Helen. Kalani a gold. Frank she was actually hauled in front of Joe McCarthy's permit subcommittee on Investigations and this was during really heighten. The worst of McCarthyism on March twenty sixth nineteen fifty-three which happened. I found out to be the same day. I believe. This is just all Internet research the same day that the Great African American poet activist and playwright. Langston Hughes testified. I'm not sure if that's the case or not but that's what the records showed near. Mom was forty years old at the time. I think you are around ten years old. Can you tell us more about this? And what you remember from it. The impacted had on you as a child. And then really how. It's played a role in your life as an adult very dramatic experience My parents have been a very active in Activities Union organizing mother. Father spent a good time helping with the Communist Party and my mother spent a great deal of time at during the Second World War being an activist and bringing money behind the Nazi lines to support the people who were deeply threatened and help people escape from Nazi Germany. So she did that bit time. She was very successful for Wilde because she had blond hair up until that time until she was able to fool the people on the trains. You traveled with money strapped around body. Although near the end of that experience with too many people were questioning her and ultimately decided she wasn't safe to do that any longer and my father and jeet worked on many things of that human rights about support for the Spanish civil war. You know trying to protect people wherever they were my mother worked as the AFL CIO. She spent as a child did a lot of work in the young woman. Time in the coal mines out. Organiz trying to help people who had a tough life and weren't getting educated everything. My father did were really about getting rights or people. She and her sister did a graduation. Dance at high schools and they lived in Washington which is particularly segregated. They didn't integrated dance which got them in a lot of trouble activism and those were the friends of my parents of his were the ones that new well were very progressive. Very much interested in civil rights are mentioned. Human Rights Integration. Their incident adequate healthcare host of things. That didn't know much about the other side of the story. I knew their side of the story so it was a when my mother was investigated by McCarthy the headlines of the paper whereabouts local writer investigating McCarthy Communist risk in the community and would sort of education to me about politics not really knowing much other than all the things that seem to be wrong with. The world of my parents were working on that others were questioning that and so we had a lot of threats on the house and on our lives. We left our house and went to stay with a number of families for a couple of weeks not months or so. We were in and out after the hearing so it was a very dramatic experience but there are no lawyer was interested in taking a case from my mother taking her case so she and my father thought about someone who might be able to help and there was. Grandfather was an immigrant from Russia when he was a young guy and he became a pharmacist in New York pharmacy and then Washington. Dc had got very concerned every time. He made some money and got rid of the pharmacy and so everybody came and he fed them and he had no a lot of people in the young guy. My mother remembers who has law student who my grandfather paid for out of the money from the pharmacy and that guy was the one that my mother could find to represent her in front of the committee and like most of the people that point. She didn't WanNa name anybody's name so she took Fifth Amendment the process. It wasn't if any benefit that she was called before because she had books throughout USA ID or typical libraries across the world and these books were books that family was involved with is not looking at Apple Pie for Lois was. The questions were widened. Lola's like red apples as opposed to green apples and my mother did a lot of apple pie making the treason backyard and there were other earlier books. My mother had been book about insects. You know things for science For Children or science for young and she'd written other things about the Growth of child development and wrote about integration or wrote about the rights of people to participate in various activities and segregation so. There were things that they could comment on. She didn't respond in. That was sort of the end of the investigation. They could have called either one of them to be investigated they were interested in that day. As you said interested in people who were writing people had books so certainly the books. They looked at no political implications for anybody. I don't think that this was a subterfuge for anything other than just starting. She wrote books about snow birthday or Ginsburg thing in the countryside or things like that about going back into living back and forth in the city city springtime and what it was like to go between the country and the citizens we lived in the country and so those books most of our activities from the forties that we're not much else she won't for time she won't Fly. She wrote for number places where she was editorial writer and she worked for some of the union papers earlier but there really wasn't anything that was particularly critical and by the time I was born in nineteen forty one. She ended up spending a great deal of time at home. Once my father came back from the Second World War so I had a younger sister at that point and so as we mentioned earlier we were taken out of school and we went way for a month and then it was There's a neighbor who had helped repair my parents home. Built addition on it one point say a Norwegian ship worker. He pitches tenth on our front yard with his gun and said he'd be there to protect us. We said we wouldn't tolerate that in our country for people who are supportive of human rights and so it was a very dramatic experience. It was an awakening of sort of the difference between what the government was saying. Values were important from my perspective. And what I learned as being important you know in that social environment at home change for some time in that many of my parents friends in people didn't WanNa talk on the telephone. They all thought they're going to be investigated. There were many people who clearly were compromised by the people whose names were being used or that people. Just were fearful of having context of my youngest sister really lost her close friends families were very much afraid of having anybody visit with her and my mother wasn't able to publish a book for probably a decade people she submitted them to they ended up being published by someone else under some other name somebody else's taken the material so she was very angry and she lost a lot of time in her career and my father didn't progress substantially and his job for a long time because of the threats. A company he worked for was supportive. Doesn't accident so that was very dramatic for all of us and the friends my parents head. We're all very political. So those are the ones who stuck together and worked on support people were fighting for the retention of Passport Organic Corals. Lamont certainly was the guy who often talk with him. They work together number things and many others. The friends either stay in Mexico a went to Canada and try to get different jobs because they felt they were GonNa have an opportunity the United States so it was a formative stage of understand the politics of the time as a young boy. How long did this go for in your childhood? Was this something that kind of this constant threat of your different somehow or the community. You're in you said it sounds like was an support of there are people in the community that were like minded wasn't I would say it was a rural community to play school thornwood in New York. I mean very few people had similar values. We really live in the countryside on one mile or two mile road there were a couple of families was one family who I was quite friendly with and maybe a couple of others. But most of the people were either workers from the community or transplants. Something but it was mainly a mainstream republican community. Held him back then. Though is a little different than report is an hour or something like that so there was. I remember in grade school so that would have been in the about that time. The hours the Stevenson election probably two of us out of a class of twenty five. Who were pro. Stevenson is it was. It was a big Balkan community. This was a big deal politically for many people. But that's I always thought I think we lived way out in the country. There was a sense. I always held sightly outsider slightly different. I think that it helped my formation as a thinker or reader. You know I don't remember which it would have been reading particular books but there were the things that were different were important because in independent thinkers I mean I know probably by that agent so at thirteen may going to high school the next year or something like that. High school didn't teach evolution so a lot of Darwin or I got to read some of these great court cases I read things about the Clarence Darrow. Attorney for the dam. There's lots of things I learned that we're about people doing things that were different. And so I felt I didn't know a lot of people who had similar values was developing through reading and thinking about it. This taught me in one sense that whatever I was taught in the newspapers earn. School is probably not the whole story. Not The story. I was interested in so was always like skeptical of what I was hearing. So let me wary. It left. Certainly it was a tremendous impact on my parents. Earn a living in the way my sister was treated and ultimately I think that it was a critical developmental phase. Sounds like this curiosity that you developed this idea of independent exploration. Was this something that your parents kind of talked about. Or how did you become so curious? How did you understand at that young age and that there's more to the story that you know maybe to challenge the accepted way of of living? I think that One there were very few neighbors so that lots of time was spent with myself and wandering the woods. Got Really Learning about botany. Zoology as I could study. My parents belong to the ethical society humanist group and so the few people I met there were clearly had more similar values to mine and the intellectual things we talked about. Were distinctly that different than that which we didn't school so there were a few people are certainly support and my parents went to the theater periodically to see something that was important whether it was a battle like Lincoln or something. Probably about Darrow. I don't remember when I saw the opening of raisin in the sun or something like that a little later so the idea's about things didn't see we didn't it certainly wasn't an integrated community was almost not integrated in any sense seeing someone the only African Americans or black people. I saw it homer friends with my parents weren't any in the environment schools or things of that nature so I was trying to learn a lot of this myself and serve you talk with my parents of their friends but they were the friends. Were all people who had big political battles involved or big wife threats of the current political environment so it wasn't a realistic but it was. It was obviously oppressive education that I had to develop myself and figure out Mars going. Did your parents. You know as your advice or things that you remember that they will tell you. What was the dinner conversation or things like? That wasn't the dinner. Conversation was about politics about what was going on. And why there is this understanding the Korean War that point. You're thinking about the issues of civil rights which are developing in their friends of mine. Host of issues became the topic of conversation and the experiences they'd had in the past and that they were taking a low-key approach to his integrity that issue that you had to think these things through yet investigate the process. You know you had to read. The house was filled with books and they were big readers. We had to discuss a number thing that they helped and stimulated and talked about independent analysis of whatever. Hear whatever you believe. The have a lot of common values with the rest of the world and yet some very independent values at developed them so you can express yourself effectively and decide what to do with him so he do some things by baseball or played basketball. Whatever everybody else did and then I thought about what was the response away to do it. So how did you relate to the community? How did you relate to your work and assignments and ultimately go and do something I mean question would do and Sir Science was very interesting to me but I think the background was long before I learned about medicine. I don't think I had a doctor. I saw a couple of times but the issues things that I read Madame Curious. Young boy or recalled. The cracks book about Microbe Hunters were just amazing stories and things about What doctors did or what scientists did and by the time? I was a little older high school. I went to the Worcester Foundation for experimental biology. There was a summer science project that I applied for got about twenty or thirty of us. Who went to Worcester Massachusetts there? We were going to work at lectures. It was at the Worcester Foundation for experimental biology and we stayed at a alochol. Prep School of some sort during the summer. Call the Saint Mark's school and we were from all over the country rain twenty or thirty a young people and we got great. Lectures from revolutionary thinkers before the NIH gave a lot of money. This was a place where people did basic research and so my mentors there Gregory Pincus. Who was working on the contraceptive would say that. Able and talk to us. And they had these remarkable probably postdoctoral type people working with them and they talk with you and give you advice in the things that we did little laboratory experiments. At the Saint Mark's school some basic science efforts and a guy named and w period was working on the protein for human consumption. He wanted to feed the world because he thought that was. What if you put the protein which you extract these Lee from whatever plants in the community and put it into your VAT Ravioli in Italy to deal starvation and you can put fish? There's only one fishing development role someplace or split on your food someplace else and they'd project was set up in India and Ghana and important project was in Jamaica and there are places where you thought you could have an oxen grind up all whatever leaf products around and extract. The protein and save people from starvation. He was discovered a Malthusian. Very worried about the world and there was certainly lots of Kwashiorkor Marasmus so you saw a chemistry or science leading to change in the World Gregory Pincus was getting a pill to save people from being bored so we learned about abortion how many people got abortions a new died. There were many talks like that and so is really that a scientist was going to change the world and so it fit into the idea. People had to change the world. So that's what I learned my parents. That's what I learned from this kind of experience and so it was just part of one's responsibility to get involved and do something to think about so you could focus on things that were really beyond your capacity and you develop the skills and the spirit to do this so that you can meet liberal lifelock. Thanks for sharing that. I want to move forward few decades and you often and I remember being resident here. Bellevue and seeing presentations. You give you often quote. A part of the poem by Emma. Lazarus titled. The new classes written in in eighteen eighty. Three and the poem was written originally to raise money for the construction of the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty and ninety three the poem. It was put onto a bronze plaque mounted inside the pedestals lower level from poem. I I WANNA talk about a couple of stories that I've heard and see how they relate to this poem. Two new classes by Emma Lazarus is not like the brazen giant of Greek fame with conquering limbs astrid from land to land here at our C. Washed Sunset Gates shall stand mighty woman with torch whose flame is imprisoned lightning and her name mother of exiles from her beacon. Hand glows worldwide. Welcome her mild is command air bridged harbor that twin cities frame keep ancient lands. Your story pump cry. She was silent lips. And this is the part that very famous. Give me your tired your poor your huddled masses yearning to breathe free the wretched refuse of your teaming. Shore send these the homeless tempest. Toss to me. Lift my lamp beside the golden door and in preparing for this interview I reached out to as many of your former residents that I could find and I got story after story. And there's one in particular that I wanNA talk about because it became a theme. I'm going to read this as if I'm the resident one day during the early part of my fourth year residency. Dr Old. Frank asked if I could drop what I was doing to help them take care of. Vip that was just brought in by ambulance as a new chief resident feeling full of confidence in my skills. Emprie for being chosen for such a task. I sprinted to keep up with Dr Gold Frank Strides. My mind was racing as well as I formulated a picture of who this VIP possibly could be. Maybe a hospital executive board member. Welcome donor politician actor actress. Dr Gold Frank pulled the curtain back in lying. There was a homeless man who had passed out from drinking too much alcohol. A man who has covered in emphasis and urinated on himself by initial reaction was one of surprise and disappointment. But then I realized I had been taught yet another lesson in humanity from one of the world's greatest teachers and this is not an uncommon story that I got. I got this kind of same concept here of caring for the people who had the hardest time caring for themselves and this is a theme that in the thirty or so years that. You've been bellevue that you've taught. I think it's about Everybody's human being and if you can teach people that everyone is value and from a student's perspective it's the human relationship for listening to a story to understand what the problem is and to learn the remarkably complicated probably the pharmacology toxicology alcohol or the poverty of being on the street. How do you make the world better so some days you can say you know? What could this teach someone every time we see somebody of this nature who someone? Who's in the emergency department? It's about how to prevent things. We're there what we asked properly as. Why do people like to do this? Why do people learn from it? And I've interviewed someone. We have the people we get together. And whoever is running the residency we were able to select people who could take an environment such as this and rise to the occasion to do something constructive about it. Think it's working. We look for people who could do something consequential with his experience not. Everybody should come to Bellevue. Not Everybody is going to profit from it. Not Everybody's going to take a learning experience well but those are the questions. Try to ask everybody. Can you tolerate caring for very poor people and that it's sense just coming here looking at it at the people and the environment it since coming here and leaving to change the world a little bit? It's easy to change the world but you can't be complacent you gotta be an activist. Everybody's got to do something wonderful with experience. They everything people have to rise to level to do something remarkable. That people need it so he have people that were a homeless guy said today. We've got a woman who works on. Who came and sat and talked same chair over there and the Kelly Durant said. She wanted to prevent homelessness. So you can't go to a Harvard University of Michigan to learn about how to prevent homelessness. GotTa go to where people are. Almost you gotta figure out these people bring you their problems. Their social determinants that a responsible person will solve. That's what Gregory Pincus did it. By needing to create or contraceptives. That's what w Perry taught me about trying to create food. So people don't have Marasmus kwashiorkor virtue. I would say you need the doctors. The advocate of the people are. You know the Clarence Darrow's the book about Clarence. Darrow is about Attorney for the dam. So the people we have or the people who have been neglected by society or haven't been given enough opportunity to survive and don't get enough help so that the goal is to show people that you need this alcoholic man who's covered with whatever was covered with or whatever he had it could be license. It'd be something you'll learn by looking at the manual. See the things that fail in our society and by doing this and getting the skills to manage that you have the potential to change the world we have a guy now working with us and Ryan McCormick. He came and he sat down and he talked after he'd finished residency at University of Maryland. He said I wanNA work with impoverished. Alcoholics I want to try to solve the problem. These guys have and he's got people who came in here. The people who were brought in one hundred times a year unconscious he demonstrated that they did have capacity once. They sobered up a little bit to be involved the research protocol. They obviously alternate agreed. There are many of them are on depot naltrexone and they stopped drinking and they're functioning again. I think it demonstrates the problems that we've recognized by being in a public hospital. We have problems that other people have not recognized and in the past. We've just looked at them and them by and not going to solve them and I think what having emergency physicians in Public Hospital in environment with extreme poverty and neglect of the newest immigrants that people no one else wants to deal with. Who allows the rest- spoke about those are the people who really teach us about life and teach us about Problems that we could solve we didn't we don't have to see a poor guy with the stroke. Retreated his hypertension. We don't have to see someone with diabetes melodies if we worked on the Diet or we worked on getting that person insult. We don't have to have a key to acidosis presenting here. We don't have to have asthma. We could effectively Decrease the amount of people to smoke in the latter level pollution and we can get people rapidly into clinics. We developed better drugs. The mercy be filled with people needing treatment for asthma residents. Don't know how to treat asthmatics any longer because we got better drugs and better access to the clinic and better communication with doctors. I mean there's so many things that could be done and so that my statement typically is if the world were good and we did our job well we would need emergency departments that very few people who need it because we get the problem solved so the goal of talking to people and interviewing everybody. It's someone say you know? Let someone else do it I would. I would say it's too important job because the fifteen people will come here year or six people come. You're you're of the people who have the commitment to try to solve the problems and suffered that they can't solve some of them and go on to make their career solving some of those problems and giving people a better chance. How do you tackled idea of homelessness disease of poor diet and poor choices that people make all the time and right? This is not a new problem. Thousands of years people have been making choices. And you know with philosophy. It's it's are we just kind of patching things do. We just have to wait. 'til society arrives at that point that it's evolved so much that we could deal with these problems in a different way. Well we didn't have when you were here when I started when I when I started in the South Bronx when I was a resident. There was one or two resonance on twenty four hours on twenty dollars off a now. They're faculty everywhere. There are many more residents and many more systems. Many more things being done. I mean there's a little bit of a reason for this to be smiling at what he sees going on. We're making some progress there. But the more we do the more we uncovered the more we have to do so it will never end. I mean just because the richest guys in the world are women. The world have tremendous problems. Also we're not going to solve all the problems but lots of people whose whose lives we can make better and so the objective is not to worry about whose life it is but the worry about a human being in trouble and to try to make progress for that person and when you get involved if we'd ask every resident find some problem you're interested in you know it could be a global health could be global health. It could be what we see about as opposed to Ghana NS gone. It could be the Ghanaians who live here in the community. It could be drug trafficking. It could be people who were sex crimes victims. It could be whomever and could be carrying for the newest immigrants. We hear you look at the community in which we serve and that everybody's an immigrant. That's my parents my grandparents. Everybody's everybody's recently here. The first generation their second generation their people from every nation in the world. I mean this is an experiment in living where the patients from everywhere and the staff come from everywhere and they learned the excitement of caring for somebody just like their grandmother. Someone just like them come from another country or their fathers just the opportunity to make the smiles on people's face when a young resident who speaks. Polish doesn't think important she only learned it in. School doesn't know much about how can help. Medicine is able to make someone who is not GonNa talk on the translator phone and his scared of talking to some of the doctor talks some young woman who knows something about Poland and can talk about it or someone who can speak Guys I work with and people who listen William Jiang's been translating Cantonese forever for the people who can't get a great opportunity so the old days when I first came people who are from Chinatown. Don't come here until their near death today. There are plenty of them here all the time. Because maybe we've made it a warm environment. Maybe people speak Chinese. Maybe the translator phone is better. Maybe there are some live translators but lots of residents common. They say you know. My Grandmother said if. I don't maintain my mandarin and Bengali. I'm not going to be able to speak to her so I work on it. I come to do that. That's why I come to this hospital and work. Lots of people have reasons right another story that was told to me. I'M GONNA call it. The Abraham Lincoln story here. I don't know if you're familiar with this or not. And maybe there's some myth but maybe it's there's some fact here I think the takeaways. There's certainly lessons here to take away regardless. But the Abraham Lincoln story is like many people can relate in emergency departments. There are women and men who who have a problem with. Alcoholism are here every day or every other day and they're recognized by the staff and knows them by name and cares for them and and there was one gentleman here at Bellevue in particular. Who was one of those who would drink a little too much and have to sleep it off here at Bellevue? And he would be coming here for years and then one day people notice he just stopped showing up. Didn't know what happened to him. And maybe six months or so later they see him Typically when they would see him he would be disheveled and not caring for himself when he was abusing alcohol and this time though six months later they see him and he's well dressed and cleaned up and maybe a nurse or resident. Ask him what happened. What changed what's going on in your life. And he said along the lines of well. Last time. I was in Bellevue. Drink too much. The night before vomited everywhere. And when I woke up I looked up. And Abraham Lincoln standing above me and told me to stop drinking and from that day on I stopped drinking and so I thought a lot about that story and what it really means and for those of you who don't know what Dr Gold. Frank looks like you could look them up on the web pretty easily. But he does have a beard and resembles Abraham Lincoln in many ways. But the lesson to me was every interaction is an opportunity to change. Someone's behavior and as a former program director and faculty member Emergency Department. It's something to constantly remind residents that every single patient you could change behavior. How do you maintain though right? This isn't three years of residency. How do you maintain that approach over decades and decades of seeing these problems not going away but still maintaining that conviction that belief of making change? I don't think I thought about the idea of burn out until I was taught by many people in these last years but I think that many of them when we talked about burnout had solutions for some said that. I'm GONNA spend two more minutes every single day with every patient I see and that's where my pleasure comes in life by doing getting those couple minutes and someone else said at the end of the day as a first year resident than the second year resident felt that I wasn't doing good job so I was really disgusted with on his doing and then I went around. I would decide I was GONNA say at the end of the shift. I was going to talk to each of the patients who were still there who was my patient. And the patient's said you're doing a great job and that Resin. Incentives smiled and felt that that was really remarkable. That I really may be was doing better than I thought. The patients gave me a better analysis. I think that going and talking to people there that everyone has a story. The ninety seven year old person as a great story the three year old child does a great story. If you listen and if you don't take the time to listen it's a technical task and no one makes any difference Emergency Department. You have to make contact with people you have to know them. You have to feel for them. You have to understand where they're coming from and what you could do to help. Sometimes it's a good discussion. The cliche is it's a teachable moment. But everybody who we think can come here has had stories that are important has capacity to really break a cycle sometimes think about it or to be changed himself for herself to become a different and better person and so it's essential to make that bond with people and so we talk with people of every imaginable behavior in every imaginable country. In the world. You'll learn a lot and you'll change yourself. I do it because it's fun I do it because it's I like the walk along with that resident because it's valuable to that resident and seeing how you do it. I don't think it's difficult but every glass or every other class we have one or two people and went into this project healthcare program. We've been doing for forty years and those people before they know anything about medicine. They know how to learn how to talk to people. They show that they're humanism is valuable they can make people visit to the emergency department a treasure because they talked not because what the president did or the nurse dinner of his but they take they can spend an hour with the person talking and listening and those people become great doctors because they've learned to listen. They learned that they can do wonderful things even if they didn't know any medicine and they have to learn the converse that if you know a lot of medicine and you don't talk to your patients. The patient and others goods can happen so that there's a combination of you humanism in your scientific methodology and your grasp aspects of medicine but integrating the two essential and. So that's an attempt to try to teach that I mean if I don't do those things then people won't believe that when I say I do them so that's part of doing it every time when I go to see somebody and I've listened to students talk presentation or the resins presentation then I go to get my presentation. Dave stimulate the patient to think about the process and understand what's going on and then I go in and ask the same questions. They did get a different answer. Because there really revved up to communicate and they understand the question better and we get to the bottom of the process and then you get to do the exam over again and you find something that's important and you get to spend time with the patient and touching the patient and being at ease about. Doing that is what we're trying to do. Touched the mind and touch the body and accomplish the task that you really want to be on that too. Often we go to fast. We're trying to be very efficient in emergency medicine. Well I would say it's pretty hard to be efficient in the Bellevue. Emergency Department with people have never seen a doctor. Before you don't speak the same language Yemen established a rapport easily in otherwise you go into someone when someone speaks French. Or let's say English. I can go in and shake hands and speak to them a good bit in language and break down a barrier smile a little bit and get going But for people who have to use a translator phone we use other devices. It takes a longer time and some people aren't health literate. Some people aren't whatever we need them to be to do a quick exam so we have to recognize. That efficiency might be entering the door and the emergency department. Get them in there and don't waste time with triage which isn't going to help us that much and find out the person's sick get the person's clothes off and then that part of the process made to become effective than we have to spend a lot of time to figure what's happening. I think everybody's got to do something like that. But certainly here. That's essential because of the tremendous gap between the patient and the providers of health. Care move back again and thing about a few of the things that we we've spoken about here and and I wanna ask you about. You mentioned that you speak French. And I feel like one of the crossroads in your life occurred prior to you being Dr but leading up to you being a doctor when you enrolled in Johns Hopkins Medical School and I want to hear a little about this story that you've spoken about a few times but when I think about it now listening to what you've said and I'll let you tell the story but what I see. Here is culmination of the intersection of the lessons. And the resistance From your parents would. You spoke about with Leading an ethical and carrying life and caring for all of humanity and really. It sounds like this then came to a head where you were pursuing a medical career. You'd rolled in Johns Hopkins Medical School. You're following your dream of being a doctor and then what happened there. I was not prepared to move from the north and the activist role. I had in college and civil rights or the things I was working on. We worried about the Cuban battles with the United States and moving to the south was certainly south of the Mason Dixon Line. I just gone just before I went to Johns Hopkins. I participate in the march on Washington and then I went to Johns Hopkins Just a few miles away in Baltimore and the place was still not integrated. And they're you know any place you look around. They were colored signs and there were White signs in that it was the year the diversity of people. I'd seen in college or that. I clearly more proxy. I think about today and see if it wasn't a single Asian in my medical school class. I don't know if there's anyone in the medical school in the student body. As the first African Americans would never accept the Johns Hopkins was in my class. They were only allowed to have ten percent of the classes women so it was strange. World and racism was everywhere. Everybody talked about in. Everybody acted and it was a strange feeling of things. I really thought were important and I went to the south because I thought it would be much easier participate in civil rights activity and I believed by that time. I was very clear. I believe in socialized medicine and it wasn't clear that everybody had to have the right. You know there was being debated in Congress in sixty three or sixty four Medicaid and Medicare. We're about to happen so just as I was starting strengths trans discussion. We had debates with no support for that at all. And there was a you know by the time Trying to find my way and having a reasonable time of joined by chemistry or anatomy or things like that and then Kennedy was assassinated and a few months after we'd started November so I've just been there for two months or so months. They were really. There was so many people who were so happy. These assignation of Kennedy that it gave you that feeling that just was where what kind of world will ris in. And so it was sort of downhill from there. I lost my belief that this could be a reasonable place to study and by the time shortly thereafter was called in to see the dean about being involved in a demonstration. Or I think in one minute we're turtlenecks to class or something like there's discussions about how you're supposed to behave and that I was argumentative about some stuff so it just it was a different world. Guy Said That you're not gonNA succeed. I said well I thought my grades were pretty good so far because they put them up. But that's a said professionalism is your ability to cooperate and participate in the culture of the institution or something like that. So doesn't matter what your grades are if you can't and professional that's what it being a doctor is yet to be professional. That's more obedient. Yeah so by the time I made it through that phase beginning to ready to the second half of the year. Which is I don't remember any longer. I could have been called in once more and not just got a letter that they didn't need me anymore. So I was terminated at that point I met a guy who was a professor at the University of Brussels in Philosophy. And he said the university Brussels is called the Free University of Brussels. We were resisted. The Nazis Everybody we believe that everybody has the right to say whatever is essential to say and You just have to come and you have to pass your exams and participate in learning so my wife and daughter and I got on a boat to go to afterthought about got off a boat and went off to Brussels to study and I wasn't sure I mean they didn't give me credit for some of the classes I had taken because they said anatomy was a two year course in Europe. Do it much more detail in one of the professors professor of Anatomy John Hopkins and he didn't like the Johns Hopkins scores because basically there were no lectures in was mainly dissection. And you know he. He believed you had to do it. So you got no credit for anatomy but she got credits for some of the other things. It was a remarkable experience. I learned to speak French. Well a little bit of Dutch and Flemish in a learned about universal health care. I spoke at length with the father of a slightly older classmate. Who was the guy wrote? The design of the Belgian a universal healthcare system. Shortly after the war. We saw it. The War was you know twenty years before but it was still a poor country just trying to gather and so it was a different life. We were treated royally as being Americans As foreign students in watch out for because we had a child and then second child trauma thereafter and learned a lot about. What Dr Scott do the doctor? There had done all a lot of work in the Congo. They were ultimately kicked out of the Congo. All they many of them went back to the Congo to work and participate but they talked about their racism. Talked about the problems associated that my class because the revolution in the Congo took place. During the years I was there the classes were filled with Congolese. Students are coming there because the university wasn't working in the Congo at that point so and they were a met. Lots of people. In the the number of African students was enormous and it was a tremendous learning experience. A number of people from Sudan and it became an environment where it was very politically interesting in heterogeneous. The world is there and I learned also a one of the most exciting times. Great course actually in public health or public policy really looked at why people got into trouble and had to come to ospital and really talked about sanitation and housing and things of that nature. You saw that. Every mother had to be checked out to see whether the home was good to bring the baby to. And you look at these things that were preventing disease and they wanted. They didn't want them pregnant woman to go home until they had penn seven days in the hospital and were nourished well and had have good warm beer during the hottest days of the year. Who's good to enhance lactation? And they wanted to make sure that you knew how to take care of a baby and had to prove it so my wife had approved just like every other woman in Brussels had to prove it so there was was safely slipping baby because they weren't gonNA take a chance at baby wasn't a development and the poor people were North African immigrants who lived in the same community that I did. There was an epidemic of meningococcemia. Amiga cockle meningitis. That occurred while I was on the pediatric rotation in the Emergency Department and in a week we had probably thirty or forty kids. Who had meningitis or meningococcal? Sepsis institution was filled with kids being treated and it was obvious that it was the poverty of them that the density people allowed so many kids to become infected locally but it also taught me about emergency medicine. You know you the beginning of the week a couple of kids and then there were others that were subtle and ultimately every kid who came in with headache or looked lousy ended up getting a spinal tap very early on and you end up picking up kids that who were very sick who had no signs and it became a pretty exciting experience in emergency medicine. About what MC senior or meningococcal and manage eighties was disease and so we have to triage protocol the same way. We developed triage protocols. Here when we're talking about diseases and this was that there was no emergency medicine that time. These are all people pediatric attending. Zain residents working in students working into department but it really was the exceeds exceptional excitement about a disease in the community people study. Who's in the community. Tried to get the look and look for people might become. Ill Bring Hospital. And how you responded to an epidemic so it was exactly the kind of stimulus that I and several of my coworkers who were transfer until one of them died recently. The three or four of us. Who who all became very excited about emergency medicine didn't exist in America didn't exist there but that close friend came the head of the pediatric emergency and the other. Co worker became a critical care worker. So that I think that epidemic transform several of US and the same time in that year or the sub-saharan you that year I guess. The Educational Revolution was going on in Europe in nineteen sixty eight really looking at. What was medicine serving the people? Why didn't the faculty worked full time in the hospital? Why weren't the supervision for us when we wanted it? Why do we only work in the morning? Whitewater go to the afternoon we wanted to work with faculty should be better taught. We should be taught at the bedside host of issues. That really were principles that I think I lived with and many did across Europe but those were principles that I think I brought back in really began to use as political strategy. Once again did it up. What medicine should be in? So that's how I developed my strategies to change emergency care. Create Emergency Care in America through the experiences that I've had in those days so your experience in medical school in Belgium you feel like shaped or at least really was spark to identifying the ability to treat patients an emergent way and in from Belgium you came to the Bronx or stop to In Connecticut I went to Connecticut University Connecticut and Mount Sinai Hospital there. I wasn't sure what I was going to do because I didn't. I was a conscientious objector but I had not been certified as one. It was going through appeals and when I left the country I didn't follow up at the draft board when I got back. I had to work again on that. But we're here was this around. I returned in nineteen seventy seventy so all the people in the residencies. I returned to her all taking the plank berry plan to avoid to finish their studies before they went into the military. I had refused to go into the army by said as number the ethical culture society. They think the guy talked me said senators when I had to go to my appeal board since I think since it doesn't have God it's not a religion was what he was worried about it and so then he said it was a value that it's a. I did not believe that war was good. I did not believe this particular. War was good so when I left Connecticut I spent a year in Connecticut and I had my capacity to go back to we had casting goes back to Belgium to To work if I had to do that but I also thought about going to Canada and we waited so I decided I need to go someplace which would be a health manpower deprived area which the relationship between Montefiore and more Seyni in the South Bronx was. That's where really began to understand. Emergency medicine they were just interns doing this job. And by the time I was in my second year began to write a draft of a protocol to become the director of the emergency department. Displace him to talk with the chief medicine. Who was very supportive of that? What I was doing and so that once I got back the United States. I thought that became a way to realize what I had to do. I didn't know how to do it. I had some ideas and they gave me a lot of leeway to start the development. So once you can have found this passion this 'cause what were some of the early steps took too because we look back on. It may seem obvious and it was an obvious at the time because there was no real specialty at the time and the way emergency medicine formed. I feel like it. Was you know groups of people around the country working independent of One? Another not necessarily knowing what they were doing what. We're kind of the real early phases of recognizing that this is a specialty itself. And you didn't have anybody else to talk with there. Wasn't anybody else doing the same stuff they were there. Probably a few people in the public hospitals here New York City Chelsea Jacobson. Jacoby Got Him Ralph Altman Metropolitan. I didn't know many of the people in there wasn't much communication strategy. I started you know. Add more this more Sania. City hospital was one hundred thousand visit E. D. in the South Bronx and it done been there as a resident. But you know you went in and you did your ships. You were alone. There wasn't any supervision. There was an overwhelming demand going on continuously and it was just one patient after the next and everybody at Erawan overdose are. Everybody fell out of building right. A car. Crasher and the surgical team was recently back a number of them from Vietnam and so there was a surgical attending team and we were beginning to that. We then rapidly hired people who are GonNa try to offer. The kind of Supervision Hospital had a number of great physicians Various Areas. And we were all looking at these overwhelming problems and they asked what he can do for emergency medicine. That's what the chair medicine said gave me the job whose fellow Dave Camerman and so. I said we'll give me a month and I'll figure out what I'm GONNA teach you about once a month at least talk without Steph and so I decided I didn't know but I'd already seen ten cases heroin overdose in a you know a thousand cases of poly drug overdoses in the first month. And so I said I'd do a toxin among the story month on Doksan and that began. What our textbook became just collecting had developed. Well I mean there wasn't anything. He couldn't go online anywhere. No one was talking about these things. That weren't any textbooks about docs these. I created very early on a volunteer system because there weren't enough nurses and doctors so I got high school kids from the community with a person who was running the volunteer office. And I said give me everything that says about heroin. Then give me an extra bedroom against method. Also get me go to the library during the index medicine. Find these things in. Let's get that stuff together so I can have stuff to read. I don't know where to find things about everybody. Everybody has their some forensic toxicology but there's no clinical toxicology of Under these circumstances and so had to do things it was obviously had to find a way to get the story from patients. People were waiting so much in various places couldn't get anybody buildings with a regular public hospital committed people but they didn't have time to build something so one weekend who was my oldest daughter and I he made and we put up four walls or something in the middle of the emergency department with some of the staff we created. That was gonna be our triage booth to start the had. Never been that. And you know where the the aimless people weren't trained yet they hadn't gone through any courses. We began in the mid nineteen seventies to develop training for advanced life support or training for paramedics. Never been a course on cardiopulmonary resuscitation. The American Heart Association just starting. So they're really. These things were just happening and so I think we knew that the different types of people but I kept a log of everything was going on the best of my billion who was happening one. What kind of problems that we have? What was the cause? People fell out of buildings. Kids fell out of buildings and then there was an active group of pediatricians in the group that worked on their That particular time was children can't fly. She had to put up window guards. That became part of the process and everybody was thinking the way. It was obvious to me. I thought in Brussels that everything had a cause and everything you saw you could by social action so the government was a way to solve. These problems had so how would mean everybody began to work together and there were oh so groups social activists and really. No one else was interested in south bronx except be a tough place to live as a lot of violence. Lots of drugs tremendous amount of poverty. And then how did you work on it and so I had to work with everyone? Who was there? So the clerks taught the clerks about hypertension and diabetes. Talk the registrar's taught the guy who was the security guard. Everybody who's involved the education. There weren't any other people that teach you to residents. He had worked with a few of the people and we begin to work with Beijing Department. And everybody we worked on special relationships but everybody had to who had hypertension diabetes congestive heart failure and asthma had to get into the clinic the next day or two days and the doctor who saw them we ended up with a resident said. We're GONNA follow that person up with nurse practitioners that we had so we ended up doing things that seem logical for me but they were the same problems. We're dealing with today that it was easy to solve it and you know in three years of doing that. We saw. We published a paper in the Archives of internal medicine showing that. There's a decreased admission rate for hypertension. Asthma congestive heart failure and diabetes. When you have ready access to an outpatient department and we had the people there to do something like that so there are simple things that seemed obvious and you could flow. I wasn't sure whether emergency medicine residency I did. I didn't even know enough about to think about it but I knew that the people who saw if you had seat belts on with rory recognized you had a problem everybody known had seatbelts. They didn't exist in. Most cars didn't have any tempered glass. Everybody had glass in them all over the place when they had a crash. There also things you'll learn if the vehicle flipped over. Yes yeah to watch everybody else. Even if the person only person was dead because we didn't have enough evidence We had opinions based upon these things but there were always patients everywhere and there wasn't enough space. There wasn't enough knowledge but there are a lot of people who are interested residents became interested. But you try to get organized I try to say I'M GONNA do rounds every morning at seven o'clock in the morning go roll cases and I WANNA go reached case with you before you go home at the end of the shift and so That to always took a long time because they didn't know anything and I was reading up on what the cases were and say well. That's not right and you have to do this. You have to use your time. And if the guy's become as alcoholic hypoglycemia. He's not going to go home. He has no gliding storm. So I'd have to defend and explain that to people and then so that then they would learn to distract people at six thirty so there was no one there when I got there at seven o'clock so I come in at six thirty and we do the same thing. So as a matter of It's the same problems that that you have forever and that people weren't adjusted to having supervision. They had always done it themselves. They learned a lot in theory but they didn't WanNa be get this kind of education. There wasn't this kind of intense supervision that was essential is that how bellevue during residency. We had morning report. We had walking rounds. Which was some? I tried to implement when I became program. Director was never as successful. Was that a carryover from when you first started working in. Well I mean that's where those I think that's the way we did it in In European you walked at the bedside and you talk to every patient and you looked at the fever chart at the end and you looked at the results that were there and so that was probably done on. Surgical on a pediatric ward is done every place so there was no reason you shouldn't do that in the army could do it any other way so he was just a standard in people had certainly hadn't done it because there wasn't anybody to walk around with them in the past. When I started I was the Internet at night. Someone's GonNa take over in the morning or there were two interns and someone took over in the morning. There was no supervision so when I was added. That was the first attending in that emergency department on a full-time basis and so it became. It was what I was going to try to do. And so I went over every case and when I got other people to come. We discussed the cases with people to teach the residents because they were going to go off and they would go to sleep and so those days. They didn't go to sleep right when finished. That was very hard. I mean we were on either when I was there. We were on twenty four hours then by the time I got. I said we would have twelve hour shifts and we would. At the end of the time we would do rounds. I think for anyone who's attended bellevue as a resident or as rotated through here Morning report is has been a highlight. Here correct me if I'm wrong. It's every day before every day conference the conference aware of a senior resident reports on a case and you get input from other residents or anyone into room. Really number people come all. The aluminum is still there every morning. You know. And they're other people marianel in the Clinton Pharmacist. Who started the day? I came to Bellevue. She she came she. She was set up to go. Be on the cardiology service. She was from Saint John's university. They were offering her free. Clinical Pharmacists. And Richard Wiseman who came on that day. He's Day started also he that same day that I started in Bellevue in October of nineteen seventy nine Richard. Wiseman was supposed to envy sexual gynecology service but they were both from. Saint John's university that didn't that prohibited them to be involved with any abortions so they left floors the cardiology cardiologists said. This is necessary. We don't need anybody to help us do cardiology where the best clinical pharmacologist of our stuff he had. Richard Wiseman had elite. Because school wasn't let him bring students to the obstetrics floor so they came down and I didn't know them yet but they were both Hinson toxicology. So they'd bread. Maybe the second edition of our Tex. Maha came in. They said I don't have a job. I said what you can both have jobs with me immediately. They were paid by Saint John's whenever their salary is covered. I said one of you can be at the centre me and one of you can work here in the emergency department. You're hired and you can bring the students here anytime you want. So that's how we got started marrying. Alan comes from Trenton New Jersey by train every day and sits down in and goes to conference and then teaches all day long important center and those that goes back home. I used to see her on the train. S A student coming from New Jersey. This just circle back real quick to go. Frank Toxicology Ecology Book. That's been looted to head of how it started putting together some maybe case reports when you're in the South Bronx and I believe you're working on now. Which addition the Eleventh Eleventh Edition? And you've had input from hundreds or probably thousands of toxicologists and people have contributed to that book. You think it was more of circumstance that you started practicing the South Bronx and these pathologies were present. And this is what you're seeing that led you into toxicology. Or do you think there is a predilection. You had that attracted you to toxicology. Because I think when you know a large part of of how your defined as the clinician and your contributions a large part of that ease your contribution to the field of toxicology is that something that started just circumcision toxic plants as a child. That was interesting plants. I did a lot of reading. Botany I love Botany in College. I had an NSF grant National Science Foundation grant working on cobalt species. The fellow was interested in whether it might be related to something like rheumatoid arthritis in worked on cobalt toxicology. For while in college. So I Love Botany and I saw awful lot living in the woods and thinking about what was poisonous and wasn't deny Had these experiences and we had you know. A number of terrible poisonings in complex situations. When I was in Brussels I can see that. Alcoholism was prevalent. So I think it was interesting. I could look up other things in books in the South Bronx that had to do with internal medicine the head to do with surgical issues as I was learning them. But there wasn't any place to look the toxicology. So let's see and the other thing is that the epidemic of heroin epidemic going on for some time and we had the number of overdoses was overwhelming and it was just. Naloxone was just released people laboratory nine sign. We're using it. It just become improved. We were the first places in the world using the locks so really began to use it and it was remarkable with the lives. We save everybody. People were on Methadone. Then he locks on was a big asset. The way it is day and people aren't using other longing acting long acting preparation so it was just. We didn't know how to intubate people very well and we didn't have great equipment right. You didn't have fiber optic devices. You have a video assisted efforts you. You didn't have much in the way of technology so it was very difficult for everyone. People hadn't the training I hadn't had any training had a little bit of training but not much and so this wasn't easy to do so it was remarkable it. We did begin. This basic life support discussion. So bag valve mask was available and so no oxygen was something that we use very commonly. You didn't really have any method on to worry about at that point. So people didn't have dramatic withdrawal. They had short term withdrawal that they might have if they were on heroin and so it it changed the course of human events in the South Bronx and save lives became a big deal and then thought about the other toxins we began to see and so it was an uncharted territory in the midst of it. I mean I I had to learn all the other stuff but this was one that no one else was interested in right right. And how would you compare the opioid crisis of the seventies and eighties? Would you consider I mean? Was it a crisis then or just tremendous number of deaths. Tremendous and people were just dropped. In those days. There was a Rockefeller and standard. Was You're supposed to report people immediately? Anybody who's using heroin so the few people we knew in the city everybody agreed. We're not gonNA report anybody that would chase. People were already. People were just dropped on the on the door style because there weren't ambulances to pick people up and they didn't want to be seen with the person because they'd be arrested right so it was a battle but ultimately they gave us the state government gave us addiction counselors who would walk people from the Emergency Department to a detox center right after they either came in and withdrawal or people who had overdosed and then stabilized because we were already thinking about continuity of care and to do some harm reduction getting people places and they took them whether it did much good in those days. I was optimistic. That detoxification was going to help him to there. Wouldn't have that optimistic at all right now. I I spent time working in Portsmouth Ohio which is really start of the pill mills and with some people consider the main driver of the current opiate epidemic. What lessons can we take from the seventies and eighties or to apply now? Is there any lesson I would say that those of us who worked in the South Bronx are here? And when I got here said late seventies where to still heroine is going on in these people using lots of heroin. Is that most of the people who saw were poor people or African Americans or Hispanics the wrong so all the papers were about that right. Everybody assumed this was a problem of color right. And you couldn't get a strong OPIOID. They didn't exist yet at this time. You'll pill form or any other form. So that we never had opioids of any consequence available people so they weren't using that and what the inherited bias that probably saved. African Americans lives with it. There was a level of racism may be and not giving people who were of color enough that no one wanted to give them right. More drugs that we're GonNa Foster this EPA gray old epidemic and so it was the rich or that the Ellen Vermont New Hampshire in Staten Island as opposed to the South Bronx or West Virginia. Who were used getting these pills? And they were being prescribed them and many of them conceivably there are people who are doing it because they thought it was the right thing to do but they obviously. The design of those molecules was inherently catastrophic or the ability to resist dependency. Wow so I think that we now have a problem. That's comparable headed not into the election of trump probably with Obama's effort and holders effort would have been really dramatic changes in how we deal with substance dependency and probably presumably with Scott to come because the only solution is you can cut down. On all the opioids at people are prescribing. But that's GonNa tip large numbers of people into withdrawal who go to Fenton Hill and go to heroin. So you're going to have to work on decreasing numbers you're GonNa have to find solutions. And you know you're GONNA transform a lot of people into people on Buprenorphine now trek zone or method on to get through this epidemic where the plasticity of the brain is just become dependent and these people are very low success rate to become the absence. I duNno five percent. Maybe I'd say today whereas I used to think I was optimistic. The Su- thousand eighteen and I don't WanNa put you on the spot here. But what do you think? GonNa Happen with this. Current OPIOID epidemic in. Say three years. Five years are we going to be in a better place? What's IT GONNA look like? I mean what do you think it's GonNa look it's interesting? I have a I teach a class to the students who rotate in the emergency room. Almost everybody in the medical school does. Let's say and then we get a lot of outside rotator and so. I do it to our symposium where we all talk. Fifteen people are on each month. They talk about their experience with opioids in their community or for them as adolescents or them as young adults a- and there's always someone who talks about a next door neighbor who died or brother died or friends who've been treatment or the fact that they were on medication for something for dental extracted or for sports injury. And we're getting opioids for too long and really felt. They were on the verge of becoming dependent. And how it's disrupted people's everybody's got a story in the way they tell you know how some people say well we're having an opioid free emergency department and they see patients suffering because they need so. I don't think I mean I didn't have that kind of lecture when I was a student and people didn't have that up until recently so I think that's kind of thing that's probably mandatory in every training site in America and we have grants. We have people working on here. We've been doing for a decade or fifteen years working on treating the people giving sending people home with no lock zone working on getting it out in the community working on. We have some of our people who came here to work on an mini medical school community. Name our and altruism going out and teaching kids in grade school about drug risk and someone else roussel scouts talk psychology fellow very committed and it was also one of our residents whose out teaching kids about all of the drugs. That are at high risk. So we're doing a lot of stuff we're doing in. The pipeline of education is going down into the school's going into the community. And we have a lot of symposia about it. I mean everybody's talking about it and things are changing. I mean the doctors and dentists and whomever were using someone and things are stopping so I think it will be better but we're going to have a population who's AIDS epidemic. Where it was terrible and people were stabilized. And they'd thought they'd never live and they're living. And how do we get them to the next stage so I think doctors have changed and I think it's it's valuable when your next door neighbor is also on drugs and causing a lot of trouble. You recognize it's not color. These drugs were universally designed to keep the OPIOID CONCENTRATION. Such that people became dependent very effectively. Yeah so I think you probably turn the corner. As far as the providers. Go and the there'll be some little lag time before society feels those affects overall with GonNa have a lot of it depends on what they do. With regard to opioids for the Medicare population. They want to cut back on delivery. So what is going to go into withdrawal? We've seen people in their seventies who around using heroin so I think we'll have a tremendous problems but at least people are talking about it and some are doing something about it and we have some reasonable depot treatments naloxone and Naltrexone and Buprenorphine. So there we need a lot of creativity. GonNa need more support. You're GONNA need more protection for people but I think there's much more openness to action because then everyone's even a guy like pence or someone else like that has seen that the can have crises in Indiana. It just doesn't happen in the inner city so in a few hours. You're going to be doing something you've done. Probably for thirty forty years. Most days of the week. You'RE GONNA walk from Bellevue to Grand Central Terminal. You've been doing this. Walk Day in day out. Tell us about. Why do you walk? Would you think about when you're walk? What's that part of your day like when I had two kids it almond wife at home? We had a chance to think through all the stuff I do and to get peaceful time about doing it. I knew that I was going to be in the country and relaxing. Think about it With family and have a very complex where there's no sounds to figure out the house maybe the spring peepers and things like that and the walk in the. It makes you think about. Who's on the street. What kind of problems are there? You go past sign. That's selling jewels for Sixteen fifty for package and you recognize that what some thought was going to be good to help the people who are smokers. Get off smoking in the worry about whether they don't get it off and then they're getting worse deal because the nicotine concentration and smoke or you think about the kids who are buying these up in the same marketing as with opioids. So that's reminds you of stuff you see poverty You see affluence and then you feel whether know what it means when you're coming in when it's so hot you can't bear it and people are dying because heat stroke and you see The winter when it's so cold and people are freezing and you know. We created out of emergency medicine here in the city. You know we're able to convince Koch you know you have a cold emergency in the winter that if the wind chill factor is below thirty two. Then you should put people up for the option of either going to the shelter here and across the city or if they refused shelter they can't sleep on the street. They brought a hospital was. They probably don't have capacity so their effort. Something there probably are others. Who shouldn't go to either but can't tell sue higher risk. And so we do that and you the same thing and you can't let people sleep on a hot tin roof winsome hundred degrees outside. And so you really bring people in we think about kind of compensated. Schizophrenic who's got twelve blankets on the blanket. Man Lives And he survives a winter because he's that and then he does not take off in. The spring writes heat. Stroke so I mean you see the things that happened. You see the kind of injuries you recognize where the crashes are in the streets in the crosswalk recognize the speed people go or the not enough chain. They've done a lot to change the timing of crosswalks based upon the intensity of traffic. And you know we have a lot of studies that Steve Walls doing a lot of epidemiologic studies on who are the people traffic. Crashes Where do they occur? What's going on? What would bike trouble to the bike lanes? Good that's part of our research in the process so that I think you see the problems of the world on the street and you then want to do that kind of research through the patients we get here. It's a great way to think about that. Walk and when you get on the train. What's that trainer? Ride like do read the paper to read a book de. Listen to music in the morning. I read the New York Times fatally. I like to look at the water's beautiful. I sit on the Hudson Riverside. It's amazing it's one two three or four Mile Wide River. It's quite beautiful. Look at and always doing something. I don't usually try to sleep on the train and try to do something whether it's to read the Journal articles for Tomorrow's Conference or whether it's for something that I'm writing working on getting the stuff together. It's a quiet time to read in though it's very useful. I don't think anybody else is going to be studying at some point during the day. So that bill. That in those are my study time to do things in the think about you know Reading The New York Times. You read a lot about what's going on in the city. The problems that are going on. Who's the person to get the information to see? They presented some medical problem effectively. You're known to be a Incredibly efficient ineffective worker as far juggling so many different projects at a time and people comment. I've heard And this is probably not true. No matter what time of day it is they send you an email. They get an email back within five minutes. And but yet we never see you or at least I never used to see you on any devices so we always wondered who was sending these emails. Probably Joan helped. Do you have a system A way that you've been able to be so productive. Is there anything that any advice or anything that people could think about or I think I have a good job? You know you get to help people. Every day you get to teach people who are going to help other people and so it's easy to be invested in the people you work with in a place like this because everybody's got to do something valuable and no one can succeed. As we mentioned earlier the problems are too tough so I need people to carry on continuously. So you don't want to not stimulate people who could go on to make the world a little better. I mean. It's like preparing for the future. The job won't be finished and that each new generation has more knowledge and ask tremendous creativity to change the world a little bit so it seems as though you can have an impact. I mean if you pay attention to people and talk to people. Listen to see what their needs are. See what they're thinking about. You know I right. I've got an idea of a pad that stays on my desk forever. That's got all the things that bother me and keeps getting updated and I use those things and so I've got little names next to the people who I think might take on that project and talk about it several times and then someone picks it up. Can you just tell us a little more about the system? When you say a pad is one of the piece of paper pads just a yellow pat carry yellow Pat Gray. I write stuff down when I see a case. Talk about and so you know when I if I'm going to have to talk make a An ethics presentation and a few months. I will picked up the cases and talking to people about an that got their names next swearing and use them to present the case. And that we're GONNA teach you other second study. That particular problem The others are big projects. I mean it always was homelessness. Alcoholism one type of problem or another looking for things and so I find the people find the right person to tackle a problem. They're looking for somebody something or somebody's got an interest so that we can transmit knowledge so we can understand something that no one's yet unable to grasp. Yeah do you maintain to keep these notes? These pads Ideas that you've done every The ideas that aren't allocated to someone Derek on. They're still there along. Is that list? Oh page pages and big things and then they're integrated and people are taking on parts of them. I mean I think that I told you this book that Raven and Kelly Durant are working on. Those problems have been there. They've taken them over. I mean they're devoted creative people trying to solve the same problems I was and so they helped me a great deal while they were here and there many others are doing these kind of things Ryan McCormick story. I mean everybody's taking on you know in your friend Phil Levi's working on hypertension and the inner city and to heart failure. These are totally preventable problems if we did our job well and the guy worked with. When I was at Mono- fewer Richard Cooper was very interested in racism and are interested in the African Diaspora. He and I ran into each other working on the same project in Ghana. He and I've been spending time together again. He's the I think. The Share of Epidemiology Loyola College in Chicago and linked with a third guy who also he and I were residence together and monitor and the guy who was the link is a fellow who is now in the population health program. A guy named Bengo GDP be. Who's come from the Nigeria? And is real scholar and working on his goal collaborates with what sites. Steve Walton other here they collaborate with doing good healthcare work in the mosques or churches or in the barber shops so that it's the kind of thing of solving this problem of hypertension solving this problem of untreated disease. Thinking about you need an army of people with all sorts of different strategies and not something. I wouldn't have thought about using the barber shop. I wouldn't have thought about using the mosque but other people who have religious experience or have better modern understanding where you have to go where the people are and you have to find a way to them to care. And how do you break the cycle of not wanting to get care so it takes that kind of innovation? You never thought that when we went to work on a project in Africa talked to the medical school but mainly we had to talk to the University. We need people from Nursing New People from social science. We need to people from law. We need them from economics. We need them every part of the system public policy and when we went architecture we went together and we talked about what they looked like. What that hospital in Africa looked like and we talked about what the system. What was GONNA try to do there? And that's exactly the way you've got to solve problems. No one can be left out of the system. No grant can work without it otherwise it fails because we don't have all the people's perspectives. You have to do a lot of this as an anthropologist would and he can't do it as Dr Intending to no one awful lot you need other people to be able to tell you. What from their perspectives relevant issue? So that's a big change. In the way I would say unable to think right through this process of real integration with you school global population health efforts. Gotcha one trait that. I always was so impressed. With was you would have people working on things dated realize that well two things really one is just about teaching and learning. They tell this to my wife. Danielle that the thing about Dr Gold. Franken is teaching. Is You're learning and you don't realize you're learning something and you don't realize teaching you something when you're doing something and that was something special to me and there's so many lessons that I remember just putting the side rail up something so basic putting the side rail up on on a patient's Bannon and why would we do that right. The other thing is really getting you inspired to take action to do something in an area that you never realized you would care about. I think many of your residents end up having careers based on not realizing that. That's something that they're going to ever be interested in. Then you inspire that in people. I think that's a really incredible skill than you do without telling people what to do but more of inspiring people to do direct. I think that's ask them do you want to do some the consequential not everybody's GonNa know what they WanNa do this. I didn't know I mean no one knows about what what surely focus on. So we opened up. Emergency medicine as a An Environment Without Borders right. And you want people. If they love their work they'll find something is something that bothered you. World is enough to soon time on it so find it and look at every patient you've gone and say what's wrong with the world that allowed this to happen and then it allows people to move in a fashion that is greater for them because then it's something that no one else ever thought about. No one else has ever solved it so you can solve something that's consequential and it could be something that other people would consider miniscule remarkably important. I'M GONNA move to some what I'm GONNA call rapid fire questions. They're not supposed to be fast. But kind of want to dig in a little to your philosophy ideology really kind of just your day to day and some other ideas so knowing what you know now what advice would you give to your twenty year old thirty year old self. Think you have to do something meaningful and you have to find that out if you don't if you're a profession to find out. What medicine is medicine? I thought I knew Madison's May when I got to Johns Hopkins at obviously the social crises were too great to concentrate on things that they thought were consequential. I was concentrating. I thought on the things I thought it was consequential were consequential. I went to. Europe was a little more focused and there were a number stimuli. That led me to do what I was doing. So that if you wanted to do something let's say you WANNA do medicine. The tasks of tomorrow will be unknown dust today because everything could become a specialty or everything had become part of specialty. You might just like taking care of patients and that would be wonderful because they're an awful lot of people that need wonderful individuals spend time with him on the other hand he can't be a doctor and see things that we see and not feel. Jeff to change it. There's no sense in. You can wait for everybody's cardiac arrest to come who's pounding on ninety. Seven percent of the people considered dead. You could go into organ. Donation take those Wanda. We tried that project. But you've got to Change Society's belief if you go upstream and you find out how you going to do this. It was so easy to train myself. That just by organizing this ambulatory care center across the street for more senior than was enabled family care center was opened that year on with the was the associate director of the center. Those woman they moved us and we made sure that every patient who had one of those basic diseases got into the clinic and every child didn't go back to the emergency room. Every child went to that clinic and got into see somebody they had to get in and the doctors floated back and forth nurses nurse. Practitioners did and the residents and the students did between the two sides. We made it an ambulatory care rotation. That could have been a specialty. It wasn't a solve. The real needs of the great needs when cleared out a lot of people who have to be there and you got them the right care and there were people who had came in with strokes her with whatever we had bad asthma and it was on. All of you are coming in. Who had different kinds of problems really had to be addressed by better performance of emergency care? And how do you take care of APP? Caesar how do you teach people about the processor? It was basics. What should you do? Who SHOULD BE IMMUNIZED? But you do. Do you stop adjusted DECIN DETONATES? Or do you give influenza. Neiman's department or should you give HP everybody doesn't have that or you should what should you do? Hepatitis A. B. I mean you get them in the clinic. Get those things done. He had to do these things who was gonNA give thiamine who became a standard. Everybody had to get firemen. And you know it's hard to convince still don't do it. Sometimes they still you know and it's just the inability of some of these simple public L. gestures to be established so that we don't see Wernicke court scarf any longer. I saw it every week several times a week. Someone couldn't move their fourth nerve six. They had terrible disease so they couldn't think I don't see that anymore because there's enough people doing enough at the time and getting to it and you know what I people would say. What's the Best Treatment for an Alcoholic Department? Well if he's awake give them a good hot meal because he's malnourished and then they'll get some five or give them some time and what is the best treatment for homeless guy get a home? I mean it's not write a prescription for that. That would be the best thing to do. I mean what we're doing is Compromise of what's necessary when you think of a successful person who comes to mind there lots of successful people. There are many people who go away from having done this experience and who great jobs. They can be happy doing medicine and decide. They WanNa stay in an institution where people wouldn't get great care if there weren't Dr One vision to care for people are so you could name enormous numbers of people. There are lots of people gone onto be forever to a process of doing good work. You could say co worker Phil leaders. Working on hypertension would Ra- Maria Raven is in working on in San Francisco. Same thing she did hear grants number things that Kelly durant has here working environment. Toxicology often thin at the POINT CENTER FOR THIRTY YEARS. Forty years almost now. It's a commitment to working on a problem. That's in the public service you know. We have a guy named Dan. Lugosi tries to teach every single day but universal healthcare as something that's essential. I think people are devoted to values as values that I devoted. And you have so many people you know you can bandon spending as much time in a particular area that you gotTa Lotta Great Advocates. For Talk to them about what's going on but they. They know what to do that more evidence than I had. When I started working on hand I learned from them and so that we talk and we have lots think about different values and ideas but I mean so many people have gone off to do special things in areas. That are essential. You know the guy who was here from Kuwait your Anwar Amorebieta. We sell talk you too so long. Yeah so he's he's doing in Kuwait's great job. He had a tremendous battle over integrity of who to pass her exams whether the guy had to be good or be the son of the head of regulatory something. That's a everybody's got those and you've got to have the capacity to say no. I think if you do a job in a place like this where there's so many values stresses and set good examples. People become to recognize it. That's the norm. I mean I think you have to show that you can do it and so this is an you know a cauldron for experience and you'd like people come out of it having a sense of how to get the job done no matter where you go you know. You have this guide. Memory was he in your J. So he's working on the environment in talked recently in every. Everybody should be trained in environmental emergencies than He. You could do it in the emergency. Who has a problem today? That's related the environment. The guy is coughing when it there's the smog or the guy who's got frostbite the guy's got I mean. Are we prepared? Whatever you can take a host of things and you could train people from that perspective to look at the obvious causes. You're GonNa have to do something that's GonNa teach some of the resistors that this is a problem or risk. How many people are flooded out of their homes in this country today or who haven't closed hospitals closed host of areas? Just they're wiped out now so I think there's lots to us You know in terms of WHO's got lousy water. Why did we have lousy water? What's the quality and the river's you know? Look the Hudson River Consumer Dotson River and get crab into yet lint. Right yeah all right. So what is the book or books you've given most as a gift and why I don't know that I am? I was looking for one that I gave. The people recently see habits. I think it's called strong. Does by Abigail Zueger She's a great writer. She was a resident not strong shadow strong shoutings from an inner city AIDS clinic. Yeah suitor yeah did she. She brought near time she wrote for The New York. Times book section. Laura twenty years should now on the Bellevue. And she was a resident here she did infectious disease and then she did an ethics training and you know she talks about these talking about her patients that left an impact on her so he gave that to a number of residents couple of times when they did some creative writing and they read to the group I gave them that book as an example of someone who is also nearby. Who did that you know? She has wonderful story. You know I think. We gave all residents Bellevue Book by David Ocean skier. But the other things we use. God's hotel was booked by book by Victoria. Sweet gaither number people with general really about the almshouse in San Francisco where people were sent when they couldn't solve the problems and this doctor did slow medicine to look at the patient. Found the terrible problems so I think that that's a nice stories about physicians. Join Asaf tough issues when we look around us. Were sitting in your office right now. We look around the office there. Some books on these bookshelves. I'm sure you have many many more books and other places but is there any book on your shelf here? That you you kind of look at you. Glance at that serves as an Some purpose or inspiration or remind you of your work or I one book. I didn't know when I was a kid. Probably when I was twelve or thirteen my mother used to give me the New Yorker every month. Read Bertolucci early right in. His medical detective is certainly something that I think about is really that a lot of those stories. He sat in the New York City Pours and the Health Department there and got stories. They came in. Is that something that I often read about the New Yorker? It really was a guy who looked at the world and try to describe it. I think his father was a an epidemiologist. He was writer. Pretty quiet. I didn't want to ever come to talk to us. The data long island but he really had a lot of the first case of Lyme disease or the bad solicited poisoning from the poison centre. Things like that they really were Nice. Reads and was a style that I think I used to develop how we write the chapters in the textbook in the earlier part with a case and then with information relating to the evidence together. I see you have dreamland. Also that's actually the book so the Front Cover of Dreamland is Portsmouth Ohio seat round and it's it's right where I stay and I jog back and forth between shifts and I took a picture of myself as at that exact location. That's actually a fabulous any one or two books that are just over the years that that you've you've gifted or that you just really seem to be coming across the pathologies of power or anything that comes to mind depends on different errors. Yeah yeah absolutely you know. We a lot of books on a global health worked with the last ten years. Been spending a lot of time in Ghana and did a lot of reading the thoughtful approach to trying to be thoughtful about the things we do. Anything non-medical specifically And he works a fiction. That really you know emergency. Physicians is Frank. Hyler did the right of thirst. I think it's fiction but it's an Himalayans and it's really about Sort of the unintended consequences of going to help people and person's child's injured and how you do things and go lose a leg in what how he intervened. Do you do good or bad and read that. As as one example of Humboldt read recently you know so did tremendous books about earlier times looking at anything. How people acted in sort of often. Go back to reading about Darwin. I mean just to think about being an outside thinker you know like the Camus. I always read Latin English French and go back to that really thinking about it was the first one I read was the stranger and go back. Periodically have reread that. Because it's They changed the title. I liked it. I never thought the stranger was the right term. They changed the outsider. One of the more recent translations and it was someone looking on the world little differently than others. I often I could bond with that but we use the not your error but in the eighties when we were trying to keep the department together in the midst of the AIDS epidemic brought the plague and we talked about ready to many people. Try to get a sense of balance about how to deal with the world and how to get the community together help and solve the problem and understand it and so I think you had alluded to in the past is a sinclair Lewis. One of the jungle talk about that awesome that I read as a young guy that was very political guy but that was pretty simple. Just about how bad the Chicago meat. Markets could be and everybody had occupational injuries. They had you know either. You saw that you sometimes had beef in their pork or sometimes you had rats in the food you're being served in the guys working pickle component where they ended up with the acidity or alkalinity depending on what they're working with being so much they were injured themselves but work was like so. I think that's that's another great public. Health issue led to the FDA do so some people may look at you and and ask. Do you ever feel overwhelmed on focused? You never portrayed that right but being human it's only natural and so when you feel overwhelmed or unfocused store maybe lost her. Focus temporarily which are self talk. What do you do to to kind of refocus your mind or come back to the center? I think by Mccarthy episode taught me a lot and getting kicked out of Medical School told me a lot. I think that most other things you know I had a battle the dean who WanNa talk for years and we had no common ground and I think that what I learned in most of those experiences was that if you were doing what you believe with writing you've ultimately win it'll happen just it takes enough time and you have to think through is. Is this the right strategy? Or is this the right thing to believe in and if it was then a my sense is that you always win those things that concern about the way. The government behaved with McCarthyism. Were OUT STILL. Behaves is right. You've got the you know there are things that are simply obvious. What's right and wrong? I mean so rights was right in the battle had to be in the tank. Say you know people who are trained in racism for hundreds of years? Aren't going to change overnight there. It's embedded in their culture whether keeping up confederate statues. Or how you do it. It'll change it but it takes a long time to change. Things are better today in. Our classes are filled with people of all colors and Stripes and faculty. And so it'll happen. You know that I do use Berthold Brecht off in the great burning books poems. You know you've got the the honest thing when you're in battle you have to stay in the battle and offer You know did your books be burned. Also the journey honest man and makes a difference and so that I would say they In general I can resolve most of these battles either battles of a human rights battles of principle. You don't lose those battles. It's a delayed victory to some extent. I mean battles in the death of my wife was Probably more difficult than my daughters is in Saint. I'm more difficult than anything else. I. I didn't manage. I didn't I stopped working for number months while they were very sick and I came back to work slowly after that and then I had lots of do to help take my other kids and grandchildren and my son-in-law married to my oldest daughter I had lots to do but I can do my work if I can focus with intensity on the job and I can usually do that. I couldn't. I couldn't do that while my wife was sick. Nor for a while thereafter and so. I didn't do work. I worked on stuff like in a room like this or teaching theory but I didn't do much work and then again back to my own meaning in substance when I was working but you know my feeling was all I could do was fire me. That didn't have any weapons so that threats of not promoting me or not giving us department her not doing this or that that was petty stuff that was ultimately be one. They could try to fire but they didn't steamed in fire me and great part because when I came from Einstein I was a tenured associate professor because they did that at a very early stage than there was based upon creating this emergency department effort and the guy was a chair pushed throat so is protected and they did believe Farber that being you could not fire someone who was tenured and so that made the difference. He could hold your salary and things like that. Make it difficult to function when he couldn't fire you so I had a job in the city. Wanted me I worked for the city and I worked for the university. The university wasn't cooperating. So I went basically for the city so created an independent force was wasted their him. In those days there was less integration of forces against you now it would be difficult. Can you talk about a failure of yours and how that failure or or maybe even in an apparent failure set up for later? Success developing emergency medicine was a great Failure from the beginning because it was turned down. I know I pushed a an academic department or to have a training residency from the early eighties. It took until nineties and had to present a proposal and headed to another proposal. I went to the mayor and I went to. The governor went to the Commissioner of Health. I went to the head of the health and hospital. I went to every faculty member who had a voting the chairman of the Medical Board here. Everybody said we couldn't do anything or they tried to do some. They couldn't do it so I failed there. Continuously and the I said the emergency department in the nineteen eighties after I'd gotten together. I said the emerged around here was disgracefully. Small was unacceptable with dangerous. And I think I went to. The Office of Management Budget with the presentation was either fourteen or eighteen. Times I had to go was always. It was too big. You're asking for too big and by the time the AIDS epidemic and said it's too small. I said I'll take it this time. You know it's just was rewriting. Things and redesigning and work with you started out. It was a five hundred thousand dollar deal that they said it was too expensive. They wanted to do for two hundred fifty so that I'm not gonNA take that. Was the hospital then. By the time it was ready you know it was enormous amount of the other failures like getting a An academic department you know after we got the residency in ninety or ninety one. They wanted to say you could be a professor of medicine and surgery and anesthesiology and pediatrics. Or whatever you wanted and we'll give you all four of those titles. I said I am refused to think that one only to be a professor of emergency medicine so it took from the time we got a residency until we got a department was sh- almost another fifteen years. Maybe thirteen or fourteen years and the guy L. Angolan who came to see us after the bombing of the World Trade Center was said. I'm a real ally of yours and you're doing wonderful things. He became a Giuliani who I did not get along. Well we're he this langone. Can I said you know ultimately he would say I like what you're doing. We should do it at the university. I said I've tried to get them to do anything. They don't WanNA listen to all to having an academic program so ultimately the Dean was he would always say in a meeting and say I'm to the right of Genghis Khan and you're to the left of marks but we agree. This should be an academic department of Emergency Medicine. We WanNA do. Did you always say meeting Langlands? Yes and he'd say in public you know. Did you get promoted to professor yet? I said No. Did you have an academic department? No we haven't gotten that until he would continue to push and he pushed ultimately deans to get it done well. He's Oh he was very supportive of what we're doing because it was wasn't a political position. This is practice physician just it outmoded to refuse to have an apartment of emergency medicine so he came into the picture just because he he was donating right he was truly became the chairman. He came to begin the chairman of the board of Trustees nyu. He's written two books about being from scratch biscuits the Home Depot. Or He's at least he's he was one of the founders home depot One of the early investors and then he just wrote a book called something like capitalism. Yes he likes every every right wing guy that around. I mean he likes him because he's police. And Gavin is exceptionally generous here. He's the guy who assured that they would be free tuition for everybody here when he's the guy he's treated a lot of these tendencies. He's he knows everybody he's a good guy. He likes people and he supported US immensely. And without him it would have dragged on forever. Wow dragged on for a long time but those are all failures of many people would. Everybody gave me advice on those battles that have maybe if I were more cooperative or more pleasant to the balloon took the other position. I said you know we're never going to win. People have battled forever for this. You know they battled each other fifteen years to get a residency and fifteen years to get a department on top of that. Don't stand up for our principles. We lose them now. In this battle we will win at some point. We've made great progress where writing books were doing research. They wouldn't let us do any h work because the dean had a sign off on it so we didn't have any rights to do a lot of stuff so he did it through the health department and we did it through other ways so I was maybe more stubborn than I should have been the other hand. I think it I don't know the answer is whether we could have gotten. I mean they may be someone else if I resigned. Could come in and they would have done it because they try to do for people replacement something else and they were looking for all sorts of people find find a way. I was too much of a thorn for the site of the old style. Doing it every time where you feel like you should have compromised and didn't before you answer that you know from what I gather. You would probably say you never compromise your values and principles. There's never a time for that. I mean that's what it sounds like. Maybe you alluded to this. Maybe I was a little stubborn where it was there ever a time. People said I was and I that I should have compromised with them and take the faculty promotion to help other. People get a faculty promotion are just there was Bo- can be part of the Department of ex. There were a lot of battles with other departments that over the rights of what we had to do. The resuscitation do trauma to do the things that had to be done. And by that point. Emergency Medicine progress elsewhere. I mean but there were. Many people of conscience were having big battles with their universities over this. You know we wrote a paper John Gallagher and I in a couple of other people and we were trying to do it. There was an inverse relationship between the academic city of a department at the height on the NIH award scale and the number of the higher the NIH award scale the lower. The percentage of areas that had departments of emergency medicine in places where there wasn't care of the most disenfranchised they did much better than where there was a link to the needs disenfranchised. It means a big change in. They didn't want academic departments emergency medicine. They were GONNA lose. They were worried about losing the role of their residents in emergency departments and the authority they had. I felt that was unethical to have them have authority. They didn't know what they were doing and they weren't doing what was best for the people that weren't communitarian. So it was lots of philosophic issues and they were. They weren't going to give supervision to the people if they had after the Lib Zion case they given supervision every place in hospitals. We'd be in better shape. It wasn't about the hours as much as was about the supervision people battled on the fact that it was the hours but it was really just the way in emergency medicine. We won and we accepted that we would have supervision twenty four hours a day seven days a week. No one else did that or very. Few people did in the beginning and over time. That's occurred but that was that they weren't the same people we were. The same people are working day and night. They hired hospitalised in those other services to do it and weren't totally integrated the system. So those are big battles. I mean I was on the Libyan case for several years. I spent a lot of time with it and I was told categorically I should not participate in just two for people who who may not know at the Libyan cases. Can you just take a minute? And just talk about the design daughter of affluent and prestigious been wife involved in New York City politics and journalism and lawyers and they Child went in to emergency department at Cornell Not have any just had interns and residents working in with a fever and they said she added hysterical agitation something like that for a viral syndrome with hysterical overlay and she hospital and rapidly got inadequate treatment and ended up dying of hyperthermia strapped to a bed. Never having been treated my next door neighbor was the assistant district attorney for Robert Morgan though Scott John Freed and so he came over. We never going to talk much. He came over. He said he had a case. You wanted me to look at it with him. Read I knew about it already. Heard about it a lot. And he wanted to have an adviser for the District Attorney's Office to look at it and so I then spent the he then drove me to work back and forth to work for several months. Swallow case was going on. I had never gone by the before. Never gone since but I went with him and we talked at length about it and Morgenthau was gonNA take it. Initially the thought was that it would be a case of negligence by the House. Officers might sense was that this was a case of negligence by the system. And it shouldn't be the people who the system is to blame and this this has to be changed and that led ultimately the court decision. That was along those lines. We use the standards for the nine one one committee that we'd established his physician city new. What had to be done in an emergency department? Was this a criminal case? This would have started as a grand jury took the position. Ida was a failure the system. Right right okay that lead to then a two year project with the Commissioner of Health the State near David axelrod formed a committee of about. I don't remember maybe nine or ten physicians from the State of New York or maybe an minister urgency nurses well or something like that and Chairs of medicine. Deans and coupled from various services ambulatory care and I was the emergency physician and that became standards of the state established for hours in supervision. David accident so that was an amazing but that was a three year project working on it by that changed the world medicine and certainly many people's perspective really the demonstration of the big issues in our healthcare system. What is one of the best or most worthwhile investments you've ever made? This could be time energy money. Something that you've invested in and has paid you back. I mean you could say the only a couple of things to come in and so the best thing in doing a good job one thing that talked at length and that's certainly a. You can't do it unless you don't do it. Well del release as possible to work with as many people match the world. You can't Do the finger working on. You can't be transformative in the world so that was to me. You know having a family. Having living in the country it was critical for the growth and development of my kids and my wife and myself and he just a way to live in the woods split all the wood that we had to do heath house sort of goal of fruit and vegetables that we hadn't so it was old place and my kids learn to grow things a lot and they learn to cook a lot from life. Whatever we grew we cook eaten three built. The houses that we lived in my kids became expert in historic preservation and archaeology. Because of the things that the earth found metal detecting in the art of Coin Tunis Seventeenth Eighteenth centuries and bottles and things like that so either of those. They go hand in hand. Whatever you do. You've got to do well and got to do with the involvement and so we all live down the kids First House. Croton and ossining. We lived in leading lived outside for the first year year. And a half. Because the house was unlivable lived on a porch winter and snow but learn to love the place they liked it and they all worked on doing stuff several woodburning stoves ultimately to make it work. But those were fun those were A. We could have our family experiences in solitude in the countryside and learned joy. What we're doing. Is there something that that's true that nobody agrees with you about something that you believe in that people don't agree with you? Well I mean. Everybody has their values on a scale so Several Times already. I have a son say pathologic optimism belief that you can always accomplish something. I think every patient has something to teach learn every every problem has a solution and we just haven't found it yet and I think you get people who who buy into that. Who agree that. I mean that we shouldn't have the world could be pretty idyllic place. Sometimes I feel you know I'm GonNa go home to the countryside. It looks idyllic. You can make it work and I think we should be able to do that. There are lots of people are doing pretty well with some much simpler environments that we have and enjoy what they're doing in their many ways to have some guy in the remote countryside of Romania or the rogue countries ever. They have house and they have something they do and is education better or is it not. I mean what is good and what is valuable for people so each person we see as a different need and we have to find out what they need and maybe we can help them. Maybe we can find the key to let them live a little better. I don't know but I think we'll do better. Maybe more heterogeneous staff were sociologists. Are more social workers are more people who are trying to? I mean if everybody's entitled to Palliative Care at whatever stage of their disease we can alter the course of their relationship to this medical problem. We can do better. We work on you know going back to finding people magazine's places to live or better education about how to take care of their kids. Maybe new stuff people would say that socialization of everything we do. Well the social. It really is everything we do is the socialization of the relationship to the world. I mean many people don't have a chance or don't have the capacity to live the fullest their lives and sometimes out of ignorance sometimes out of poverty sometimes out of abuse. There's lots of problems though so I think things can be better for everybody. We've got to find a way to do it. And if people headed things a little better the world would probably be a little better but takes time other than the walk to and from krant central station. That you chopping you. You mentioned the work of the garden. And but you've never formally exercise have you you get your exercise from get useful of doing something. So the walk or the or the raking of leaves or going digging in the garden transplanting. Stop for cutting that Branca. You know do moving a lot of stuff around. I don't know did the old days I mean I did. It was a tennis court near where I play tennis player. Who knows her stuff? I do a lot of hiking. The Woods With grandchildren her wandering and discovering things looking for things and I don't do anything though formal exercise. I mean get to You know when you're out doing stuff you do a lot of lifting and pulling and things so it's not as organized protection of your muscles is right. Probably the same things that you know so called. Man was doing thousands of years ago. I like to do activities that are productive as opposed to when I'm out cleaning up if whether it's weeding or cutting down stuff. It's very peaceful thanking relates. Lots of things that and get up first thing in the morning before it's light and work at my desk doing something and then when I go outside work in the yard. Let's weekend all the things that I left that I hadn't solved. I really solve all out there thinking very peaceful and other ideas that you wouldn't I mean it's a treatment for the chaos of the to see the order of plants animals during their thing figure out for meditation Yeah what about your Diet Eating Habits? I don't think I've ever seen eat anything I eat everyday. Has Your Diet changed over the years? Do stick to anything in particular You know when you're in Europe you have a lot of you go to the market. Every single day is to go to the kids before they went off to school you went down to the farmers market or knows. Block F. Away. We picked up a lot of vegetables. We picked up. We didn't have refrigerator for also get a piece of fish or meat for the day always had fish fresh fish. You Know Today. I go to find need vegetables. Go to the farmers market on the weekend on and Get some fish for a few days and I get some other meador. Nothing special I go to the my wife. Susan used to make bread scratch learned in Belgium win. So it's all that so now I go to there's Someone who else is making good homemade bread. I place in grand. Central Station is a Norwegian shopper. Swedish shopping tremendous Brad. The same kind of bread that Sudanese to make our make. That's everything so you stick to simple stuff a lot of cheese all sorts of being in Europe. You have just one hundred different remarkable cheeses and probably glass of Belgian Beers and we may have some for after this scenario. What advice would you give to a smart driven? Maybe medical student or resident about to enter the real world. Say maybe a resident who is finishing up residency. Not necessarily. What advice would you give? I want to hear a little of that. But also what advice should they nor think thing I tell lots of that? There's no way that the amount of money for the job is not going to help you very much. You have to enjoy the job you have to feel it. I think that to to avoid burnout and avoid new. You have to have a passion for something you really have to feel that. This is the one of the luckiest jobs. Imagine when you get to help people get to understand science you get to understand people understand the world and you get to be disgusted about the way it is and you can change things you have to find something that gives you remarkable pleasure and it's available in medicine. It may not be the kind that you ever been taught but you gotta find a way to feel that it's exciting. Otherwise it's it's not gonNa be good job for you. You're not going to be able to do a good job. You GotTa get pleasure by talking to people about things that are meaningful to them and maybe not to you. It's got to be seeming meaningfully. You gotTA help understand it. So I think we earn A lot of money as doctors and so that you don't have to take all that money and you have to preserve that some of the time that you will be spending on it. You can do things that are really meaningful to you so you try to tell people that sometimes fellowship is very good for some people sometimes job but sure that you have enough time you don't injure yourself psychologically or physically by the amount of clinical work. You're doing so you have some time to be doing something else. That's really powerful for you and there's no shortcut to that. You can't just because you can earn a lot of money so it would be you know the way. The university is giving everybody a free tuition. I mean I think that at least should be in the country for everybody. Who'S GONNA DO ADDICTION MEDICINE GERIATRICS FOR PALLIATIVE CARE? Primary Care Medicine or pediatrics? Because they're not those odd jobs are essential or the people working on health manpower deprived areas or Indian preserves. Reservations have to those jobs have to be filled than we have to find a way to do that. Maybe those should always get free tuition and then maybe whatever. The new specialty that becomes vital for society function but the things. No one's doing geriatrics. Not Enough people doing palliative care or hospice work or you know addiction. Medicine is going to need a ton of people for the next twenty years. It's greatest need especially demand so you're going to need something special to do and you'll feel good you just the way you know this woman. Abby Zuber who devoted her life to caring for people with AIDS I mean had started out with a disease that was lethal. And she let everybody's GonNa die in six months or three months. And she gave lots told me then recently oh she gave a lot of people that these chronic pain and were terrible shape. Gave them all opioids. And now they're all alive and their dependents. She still gives them opioids. Because it's too late to withdraw from the processor. But she was dealing with people she thought at the end of the life and now they're leading normal lives so they're great stories about things and things will change. I still use a lot of NALOXONE. In high concentrations now use a lot of an oxygen and low concentrations. Ed because we went from people who are using heroin and it overdose professional people using method on. And it's probably not the method on brought him to the overdose. It's the next over. No so the things that even simple principles that you change over time. But you've got to have a you have an open mind and you have to do something jubilee. Like and the advantage of for example emergency medicine is really do anything with it but people who are looking for an easier way to do it. I think the only way that's fun is when you really seeing the patients who were in desperate need. You can really feel good some days. You'RE GONNA save people's lives some days you're GonNa Begin the course of saving somebody's life someday. You're going to just get to talk to the family and you're GonNa do wonderful things so a lot of ways to be happy about it but it is demanding to keep up and is demanding. But you know one of my greatest pleasures. I'm sure as I'm in the Emergency Department tomorrow and so I do it and I like to go the same things. I've always done the only way I know how to do it. You know it was going to talk to the person and go and bring that person the student and the resident of the bedside. Look at something that we all missed the first time I read that. There's a quote by Abraham Lincoln. That says you can't escape the responsibility of tomorrow by aiding today. That's what I mean Many people have said that. That's you know people are dying and people are getting lousy care because of the way we do it or have done it and we can do much better can do it in a way. That's pretty exciting. And there are a hundred examples or thousand examples out of doing better in every place. So you've gotta take some of those. Yeah and if you don't then you're just You know that's what everybody Martin Luther King followed up with it. You know the those who sit idly by Are probably more at fault than those are the most aggressive against the values you have because those are the ones the ones who tolerate trump. Those are the ones tiring fascism everywhere. So it's it's a matter of recognizing that action is essential. You'll never be satisfied if you sat by and some of the Resin Jessica talking about misogyny the guys talking about the fact pit I have seen people one guy sitting over there was in a fraternity or club and he saw people saying that women and he didn't stand up. Someone said another said. How can you stand up all the time? If you don't do it then some young home is going to be abused every time you do what you have one less person. Because they're going to respect you when you're GONNA defend a new. Say It's inexcusable. And it does force you to be aggressive towards other people sometimes but there are times just as maybe I told yours and many other people are not acceptable. The call that Young Woman Sweetie Grandmother Sweetie sort. That's Mrs Jones to you. Everybody's got to be respected and starts at every single action you do is trying to get people to the highest level of their performance and they can feel better about themselves the teaching class all the time. And you're setting an example. Everything you do is being watched by other people and so that you want to be able to talk a lot to people so that they see how you think and so that you change them because the people who come go through an experience like this have great opportunities to set an example to make the world a little bit with that. We'll wrap this up and I could say that. The education continues me fifteen years later in the same office that it started in my medical career here at Bellevue. I WanNa thank you Dr Gold Frank for the time today. It was really incredible. This is something that I've been dreaming of doing for many many years. I'm privileged to be able to sit here with you talking and hear all of those insights and thoughts and started off talking about the impact. You've had it's one of those things it's like. Newton's law of inertia right once it's in motion once you put your ideas in motion the stay in motion and I know that all of the residents said that you've set in motion are out there doing work and living in trying to live to standards set that you've set for all of us and it's something that I know we're most proud of something that I suspect. You are very proud of and every day. I know that you should know every day that Derek people like me. There are hundreds and thousands of people like me who pulled from their heart and their soul have lessons that you've taught them and it could be someone who's twenty-five it could be who starting off residency or in medical school. It could be someone who is sixty five or seventy had lunch with SUZY. Vassallo month or two ago and invariably we talked about all many of the lessons that that Utah so anything that you wanted to say or touch on that that we didn't cover. This was a pretty extensive conversation. Maybe we do a part to. 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Despite the scores despite the you know first quarter where you know the bucks were rolling the heat still kick their ass. Listening to Ferrall on the bench here on sports overnight America. took. We are the debt destroyer network, any debt you have credit card tents, student loan debt call. Now for free information that helps you destroy your debt. It's great advice plus when you make this free call now we have debt destroyer experts ready to help. They can show you how to destroy your debt and get your life back on track debt problems don't have to be overwhelming you can live stress-free and debt free credit cards. Medical Bills, IRS tax problems even student loan debt learn about free programs offered by the credit card companies hospitals, and even the government that can help slash your debt call debt destroyer. 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There's no doubt about it, but he also hacked his wrist off. And they reverse that call. I mean you gotta be kidding me. And then. The call immediately afterwards when they made it a jump ball and Brook Lopez was jumping and then they said that he. He not audubon down and they gave the ball of the heat. That was be s that was. Absolutely terrible call that never happened. He just went up and won the jump ball and then the other call that they missed I mean these are just three many. But the other one that stood out to me was the end of the game with you know thirty seconds left or whatever that inbounds play when they threw the ball to Outta bio at half court and he knocked Williams that a ground shop them out of the way literally shoved him out of the way just absolutely shoved him and they call it the Alan. Williams, he's laying on the floor. He just got completely shot and hacked at it was all out of I of and they missed it but there were no more reviews laughed no more challenges and so. They they just went with it and boone holes just stood there and game the business but. At that point it was so bad like the game was over right. It was like eight or nine, but he's still thought in his head that he was. GonNa win the game. So. I knew they weren't winning the game right at at that point the game was over it was eight or nine, and there was thirty seconds left so and they just. A don't, miss free throws. The box do Demon. Missed one. Lopez missile and these are late late in the game relate with under a minute ago they both missed free throws that were crucial especially to betters right and the box couldn't abroad side of a barn and then. I. Mean They missed it when it mattered like I still think they went like nineteen to twenty five or something from the line off the top of my head. But they the ones they missed where all crucial right and then. I just felt like. I mean. It was unbelievable. I have to say that I think the reason they lost the game. was because they were kind of in the game after one they were winning right and then from that point on they they. trailed. The rest of the game once the he got the lead, the bucks were behind the rest of the game. But I think the key to the game was in my view was how bad Eric Bledsoe was. I watched that's all I need to know I don't need to say anything else. It's real simple. He was so bad. He went to of twelve from the line. One of four from downtown to rebounds nine times, nine points he had nine but once the reason why nine points because he hit, I think five six free throws something like that and I mean I could look it up if you're really wondering how. So bledsoe from the line. was. Four of six and not five or six before six. So he got. Four of six, he hit a three. So. That's seventy. Hit a layup. So but when you go to of twelve. Elimination game and you're the point guard and you're two of twelve from the floor I mean, my brother missed like to lay ups with no one around him I mean absolutely no one standing there he missed two ducks like I mean. He was worse than Duck Dynasty. That's how bad that guy was. Tonight. Eric. BLEDSOE. was complete trash. I, don't care anybody says in Milwaukee take a good look watch the game again watched the film how bad he was he's your point guard. I mean, is he not the point guard of the team? Is he not any played six minutes? I mean the whole lot of them played middleton played forty to everybody else was thirty, seven, thirty six. So he played the Muslim. third-most minutes and he was an atrocity with the ball. I don't care what anybody says. Two of twelve. You Suck I, mean that's it. You every single hit one shot with about five minutes to go from the deep corner. I almost fell over when he made it because he was so bad. He missed so many shots. He made one three, deepen a corner that was it. He couldn't hit a layup. He was so bad and he had jeep fouls and turn the ball over I don't care if anybody says I, watched. And he I was like, Oh my God stocks shooting your awful to stop stop shooting when you are that bad. Just stop. They plays make stops pass the ball make you know buckets you can't shoot. So why shoot if you can't anything Here's the deal. When you're cold, you've got to get rid of the ball. Right they have this whole shooter shoot mentality that's in the park. In the NBA. If you're off and you're not hitting abroad side of a barn there's only one option and he couldn't even get that right, which is go to the ten. If you're not hitting from mid range or outside. You go to the rack and try to get filed and go to line. Now he wanted to line six times made four of them but he was terrible that's all there is to it I said today they needed to get productivity coast to coast on TV side I said, they needed to get a productivity from. Hill a bigger game from hill. Hell gave him two points. He was one of eight from the game. He was as bad as Bledsoe George L.. He's there he's the number one three point shooter percentage wise in the League, and he was of three from downtown. One of eight in the Game George Hill laid an egg just he was worse than Bledsoe. And then Here's another one for you Kyle Korver they blame six minutes is he not the guy? They hired the shoot threes? And they don't play him he played six minutes. He had three points and then I said that they had to get productivity from Hill and they had to get a diva. So going he had seventeen I'll give you that he got. He got his game going Matthews had eleven I. Said Brooks has has to get his game up to twenty five points today about he gave him fifteen. That wasn't enough. He was ten short aboard he needed and I said Middleton needed to have thirty five and he had twenty three. I mean. I'm not wrong. That's what they needed to win the game. They needed Middleton to have thirty, thirty, five points they had to get twenty five from Brooke Lopez's they had to get a diva channel which he did and they had to get. Something from Hill I said Hell needed to have twenty. And he had, you know this terrible game, three points or two points he'll add to I mean that's absolutely pathetic. What Bledsoe Hill gave them from outside was would they gave him was a loss? That's what they gave him. You want to know why you you lost the heads 'cause you honest didn't play now it's because the rest of your guys didn't play. Hill Let. So Korver, none of them did anything. Boom Middleton still had a good game, but he took so many bad shots because they had no one else that can shoot. Nobody else to put the ball in the hole. Nobody. They got little ten and Brook Lopez's that's it right because hill and let's give you anything. Even though was hot early. And then ended up with seventeen matters ladies ask off the at eleven but. When you're counting on those two guys to win a game you're going to lose. Right. And they can't stop the heat. I mean between Rogic Outta bio hero. Robinson didn't even do anything in that game unless I'm mistaken right? I mean, let's face facts. So Robinson had. Two points I was right. He did nothing again but but everybody else. Out of Iowa Thirteen Butler at Seventeen crowder at sixteen Raja God's seventeen and hero had fourteen colon twelve who didn't have double figures on eight they hit every shot they take. They shot forty eight percent from the floor game over you lives. That's it. So. 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This isn't reality and the big three but it's good enough and who a thought and Milwaukee know they were they were before genus sprained his ankle again Miami was relentless crowder looks like a great addition Bam is a great guy tyler hero. You know really really kind of a good piece and at Pat Reilly's doing it again. Yeah there's no doubt about a d think that they can. Let's say when the Eastern Conference and go to the NBA finals now I mean they looked really good. They look really good and I'm not sure that whoever comes out of the West isn't the champion, but you know don't know that because this is a funny year you know who to thought the bucks play as badly as they did although that's part because the he played pretty well and I was talking to some people on Boston radio about two hours ago and you know they think they've got the series in the bag we'll see but you know Boston is another one of those clubs they can play real well or really terribly depending on the moment. Do you think Boston Finish off Toronto. Yes don't you? I mean, I, do based on the fact that I think, Dave. Frankly. Just like the heat I think they've pretty much control them. I think you know that game the other day the blew him out, and that was over in the first quarter. Statement Game Right. I mean we're up to Oh and then the other two in Toronto was feeling it. So I, guess they decided that are we're gonNA show him and they showed him. So are you watching the Lakers and rockets tonight? No I decided because it was a long story and I drove all night and I got stuck in the middle South Carolina because of tire that I'm going to cash it in tonight, and then I'll just see you know what happens in the morning I mean the score's not GonNa Change because I'm not watching. and. Plus I'm GONNA psyched up. For Football Oh what happened you WANNA, ask. Her yeah. He did the South Carolina Department of Transportation is of a tremendous conspiracy to drive people off the road as they head. North and south on ninety five and there was the mother of all potholes and so I'm driving excited about all this trip coming together and getting home and tired just shredded and blue and stop the car and the people at the Exxon station were singularly. And they said, you know I don't know what to do, but you can't stay here and so I have to walk to a hotel at the leave the car there it was my Labor Day weekend. Of course it's a German car and you know there's a rim that they made only one like last forty years of the tire and so I to stay there until I tire was delivered and the town is called EMC south. Carolina I'm sure there are people listening embassy There were a few they were hospitable. Thank you and I'm sure I wasn't. Very. Nice. But I'm not I'm never doing that again that is on my bucket list. We're not doing it again and the policeman said Oh yeah. No no we could've fixed these potholes, but it's a good way to drive people off the road about that. So let years you've been stranded in South Carolina. Yes Sir got home got home to after driving all night last night because they put a spare on and they said, the only way you're going to get home is if you drive and don't stop 'cause if you stop, you don't know what's GonNa Happen with the spare and it was you know stuck in one place anyone again. So all all ends well but you know we we we were driving all night last night and then two nights in a row and South Carolina has that for Labor Day. So that was is that the big seven fifty that that tire? that. Sir. At the big tire. Yeah. It's a wonderful car unless you have tire problems then no one in the world can fix it. So you know no one in the world can fix it because they have this remm size and to get down under look the rim size and then I read the ribs size and the guy at the tire store on Saturday night who asked him as a favor just to tell me he started laughing he said that we don't have any. There's not even one of those in the state. Thanks. So yeah. Numbers eight he's in the whole state. All right. So let's attack this day. Let's great Well, at least they have clemson football. Everybody was I asked him a game cocker Clemson most of the people on the east side of the state are Gamecocks, fans, You know I I. Never WanNa Find Ag again but I found out closer to ninety five their game cockpits closer to the hills, their clubs and fans. Wow, that sounds scary. I don't want to go in the hills now the NFL's restrictive travel partner numbers hard on gene social media stab because they're not letting anybody going on. The TRIPS Yeah, a thirty, six percent cut from earlier cogan preservation rules that cut and cut and cut, and so the Meta and I'm sure a lot of the people all over the country are getting this You can't bring a whole lot of people other than you beat writers into the NFL Games, and of course, as we said earlier today, they're only four teams that are letting fans into the stadium city in Indianapolis and a couple of others maybe the letterman down the road but don't count on it because it's totally dependent on the spikes and we don't run Tovia covert runs, us. That is true. So, you can actually go to the US Open virtually can't go there physically but virtually it's it's possible right? Yeah. And if you and I I'm on my next Kinda. Sore maybe I got virtually hitting the head by Jovic shot I guess female lines but champion to champion Virtual Interview series the Tennis Championship VIP experience all of that stuff is exclusive content for people who have tickets and Kim get in to the website and people who want to our tennis fanatics and, of course a lot people are frustrated because they have their tickets and they can't do anything about it and this is one way to help. So you do TV tackled a new deal with the NFL network. What's that about? This is a big deal. The Youtube offerings provide the best incentive yet avid fans to cut the cable cord a previously cable subscribers had to pay for the more expensive. Tear for the twenty twenty season, the NFL Youtube add on package called sports plus launched and the NFL network and the red zone get all put together on Youtube. So look NFL mark. Why are they doing this? Because Youtube guaranteed will be in the bidding cycle the next time around for rights fees, and it drives up the rights fees for other deals so good for them. Tell me about what's going on with tick, Tock, Creator Fund payments what's that about? Well you know they're deciding that when they get sold if they get sold, and of course, the president is way again, it's gotta be an American sale. In the next few days. There are a publishers who need ten thousand followers tic TAC, and have received ten thousand views over the last thirty days big a creator fund money. So basically, it's the way to fund your stuff on Tiktok and people were saying, well, you know it's being sold now. So maybe we're not going to honor it wrong. Tang publishers to post the platform is motivation for revenue focus publishers to make more of an effort to make more content and they're going to get paid. So, Dortmund had a big trip to Asia the covid screwed that up. But what are they doing about it? They gotTA digital alternative for the draft. Yeah, China became the focus of tour. It's thought to blend digital and live experiences a series of online sessions between the players and the fans and livestream from training sessions and friendly games in the German embassy took part in the event in the Shanghai subway station to launch the official. Be Trying to Shanghai Transportation Card. So listen everybody understand the value of of some of these high powered leagues especially in China and the Bundesliga is important as well as the some of the clubs like Per Dornan. So, tell me about a voice since sport this is being created by a woman at Nike what's that about? Yeah it's called. The for short women aged thirteen to twenty two educational content mentor worship programs and and an opportunity to get training in. Sports Nutrition Psychology Medicine Sports Journalism the experts will also contribute to offering insights for the demographic, and it's something to give female athletes, a voice and community at the center of all of this, and this is very important deal for Nike Executive Stephanie. STRACK. WHO started the program? Lot Of. People starting foundations and doing philanthropy like deandre Jordan History House giving. You, name it. There's tons of other Chris Paul Dwayne Wade Mellow everybody's doing. Yeah everybody's doing it and and and and frankly right time, and it's not just basketball Zeke Elliott Early and basketball players career Irving Malcolm Brogdon the philanthropy efforts have doubled or tripled during the pandemic. Hey, because people including athletes didn't have a whole lot to do and be they felt the special desire and need to give back to the community so good for everybody. 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The dodgers and diamondbacks on top of everything else going on. One one in the bottom of the third ads zone I just wanted to look really quick. And See. Some of those other games going on decide can keep an eye on things. How about the padres wagging the rockies eleven to three right now at Petco in the going to the fourth inning. My. God. I mean they just Racking up. Bagi it's they scored five in the first five in the second. And it's another run in the dirt eleven to three. And I mean everybody in their brother is getting in on this. Machado singled the Center Garcia scored. And NOLA homer dissenter in earlier I'm just looking at. The beginning so aeronautical home, it was three nothing Colorado and then Noli if it's risen scored and then Myers summer to right. I think it was another Grand Slam than it was five three padres. Then Machado doubled I mean my God, they're just schooling them. was watching it, I lost it there for a second. In terms of what they did. Myers head Grand Slam, and then Machado double the third not score. That was in the second also Nola hit a home run when Machado on and then in the Third Machado single to center Garcia scored. So Myers, I mean this guy, you remember when they had the four in a row four days in a row advance he had a home run that barrage too. so He's had multiple grand slams in this shortened season. So, let me just ask you a carbohydrate you cannot deny. So anyway, the game's going on right now dinesh just took delayed to one on the dodgers. The Rangers lead Angel Six to one in the bottom of the eighth cubs three nothing over the reds bottom made padres up eleven three, and then game two of the double header as Lee, the Astros Four two bases loaded topic for astras had the bases loaded right now. Mariners lead the giants to one. They're going for seven in a row. SEATTLE. Can you believe it? And then. doubleheader game one, Philly, six, five, rallied to beat the Red Sox game to Red Sox win five to I hit both ends of that. then. The pirates beat the white sox five four. Double header twins game one over the cards seven, three, game two, cards six, four, I hit both ends of that double header for you I'm ferrall on the bench dot com nationals five three over the raise royals eight, six, the Indians and. So that first game as for to over the Astros game to going on right now, and it's still too as in the fourth, I keep an eye on the basis loaded for the Astros and everything else orioles all over the mets eleven to tigers eight three over the brewers marlins eight nothing over the braves if you can even believe it but the other one Blue Jays to one over the Yankees. As they lose five in a row, the Yankees. HAP. Was the loser. And I mean, you can't even make this stuff How bad they're playing I mean it is unbelievable. So. I guess they were. Talking to one. So the J. seemed to own the Yankees the raise on the Yankees the mets on the Yankees the Yankees have lost five in a row. I think there are five and fifteen in their last. They are I mean. At some point, they're going to lose that eight spot right I'm starting to wonder if. They're actually at the point. Where you could say they're. They're giving up the ailing in the players. I don't think boone is. Obviously cashman will never admit to anything like that but the players. Look as they go through the motions. They look like a team that's quit they're done. They're they're done for the summer they're not even trying to make it. Yeah. It doesn't look good right now that's for sure and Cashman Kinda a very rare. You see this the general manager. Speaking to the team. I don't know I it's really maybe they just. Want while. Maybe I guess boone wasn't doing a good enough job I guess Kashmira to go in there and give them a raw. So, like I've always like I've always. Tells you what to do every day anyway. He's running the team not you and you're just a puppet, and then now he's even sir. planted. You in the clubhouse like he's come in to talk to the team because you can't seem to get through. What does that say about blown home runs? He has two hundred plus win seasons in its first two years. Right Amos they missed the playoffs this year you consider firing him. Without sixty. The game season and the roster that they have in with eight teams making the playoffs. Well I guess if they continue to play this way and they completely pack it in and they lose out And I think he might get fired if. They try to make it. Go for it and turn it around. We're playing in here plus it's not even a that's not a major league roster. He's got out there. Right now. Now, it's like it's a medic. Goal, you know what I mean it's like. It's like A. Beer League softball team that they're fielding I mean. Even, know what a no-name hacks plan on the team and they had guys. Who aren't no-name hacks that are playing like no name hacks. Sanchez. Sanchez. He's one of them. He's not the only one all he ain't. He is not the only one but I. I have a feeling that in the with just under three weeks ago here. Is Baseball races on these last spots all it takes is a good week. You're seeing the mariners, right? Now, what is one good week under them put them in the mix Yankees one good week they could get away from these. Teams around the seven eight spot. So when is that going to happen cure some of their ailments but they haven't shown you that they're going to be able to do that. You know it'd be nice. It would be nice if there four, hundred, million dollars pitcher the next time He. Gets the ball. Out there and shut the whole game down didn't allow run or or you know three Solo homers like he's been doing every time he gets the wrong. That's impossible. Because every time he pitches, he gives up home runs and gives up runs. He has not done anything in pinstripes yet besides. Make a lot of money. So here's. I mean, just it is end of the road over for these guys with. Dotted out in my in my view now I know they guarantee deals I don't even care. Here's your money. Aaron Hicks. In in softball regular fastpitch I don't care what it is. He is absolutely the worst player a I think he's the worst player on the team. He's hitting one seventy and they tried him out there every day. He's an embarrassment now like he looks like he's seventy. He's gotta go Sanchez gotta go. Sanchez. About, twenty five, he really is. You know I gotTA. Tell you. I can't even look at this guy one more time I'm GonNa Puke this this fat. Ford. He's so awful. He's so bad. You can't even argue this stuff. Well. They've been seddon and sending frazier down to the minors every other month for. Like. Four years now at about four years. MISSOULA team that hits is the only guy that they never leave him up. He's like their beat. He's like. seriously. It's so embarrassing. The only two guys on the entire team that. Produce are obviously the best players. Lemay. Hugh and then Voi-. Speaking of slobs he's a slob tail but he Hits. Down he looks, he looks right guy going to a deaf levered concert. AM I. Now The only thing he'd be in Joe Dirt and you know, I, mean that's just all there is to it. That Kid Calhoun Kole Calhoun is that his name he's the one that hit the to run bomb and they had just lit up Walker. bueller tonight the dodgers young stud getting lit they were. Out on the mound before Robertson pitchers and they were just About a bar I, turn a game on it was one one. Now it's five one and I turned it on like five minutes ago. Glad. I paid for that two hundred and fifty dollar. BASEBALL PACKAGE FOR SIXTY DAYS I watch about five minutes of Baseball Week. In terms of. Just. My nose is more fun watching baseball and the sixty games also. Is taking place. You know August which we out of nowhere got. 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Got To win twelve of them and they've lost five in a row and they've won five in twenty. Five of their last twenty games. There Finance fifteen you can't have twenty game stretch like that when the when the seasons only sixty games long. Get it, can't. It's it's twenty, forty sixty. So. You know. Just do the math I. Mean they terrible? You know what's funny it's I know you don't want to hear it but you know my son Gunnar a huge pirate fan right? Like we liked the pirates they're never going anywhere. It's embarrassing like, yeah that. Bubble gum wrapper payroll so. But he hates the Yankees. I mean he hates him. Because he lives around here in New York right and everybody's a Yankee. Fan Right. And the ones that aren't are met fans which he hates them too right. So imagine being a kid from New York and you liked the pirates and your. Event obviously brainwashed to like the pirates. But I liked the pirates to and I at least i. In my opinion going for me the best way the best ballparks in the majors and cool uniforms, right so they look cool. They are cool and they play in a cool stadium. They'll probably screw that up to but the deal is this is that he just hates the Yankees and he won't even discuss the mats. So. He's like enjoying this like he was laughing tonight when I said they lost again. He just loves when they lose. I liked the Yankees. So I really I don't like my family. I'm Jeff Rich, and I'm Jan rich stay up with us for follow territory part of the sports overnight America block Monday through Thursday at ten pm Pacific Time Sports Talk, that isn't quite fair right here on the sports byline broadcast network. You're listening to Ferrall on the bench here on sports overnight. America. You're listening to the heartland news feed Radio Network Broadcasting Live twenty percent and our by news. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. Follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. 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I'm Mike Murrow reporting for the liberty beat reminding you spread liberty with a smile and floundering and fifty thousand dollars of debt. I would not trade my time at the University of Miami, for anything Miami has the best college experience. The country hands down I had an awesome time there, and it's an amazing place. We've got awesome bars off sports and awesome campus and we're pretty much right next to the beach. Could you want to be crazy not to go there felder who paid over one, hundred, forty, thousand dollars in tuition told reporters. He takes an annual trip to see hurricanes football game and visit the university that failed to teach him any marketable job skills whatsoever leaving him. So financially helpless he was forced to move back in with his parents after graduating. High Fi fi fi. Yeah. It's all about the U. Baby all about thing you that's what I'm talking about go pains for more on this story check. The onion news network. A free. Talk. Talk. That you control and you can call and talk about anything that happens to be on your mind that toll-free numbers eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three and with you in the studio tonight it's Aria it's in and again that hope for number's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. So sitting exciting day here in Keene I'm not a big fan of voting but I realized when when you can go and vote for yourself and for like. Everyone that you're voting for is a friend of yours. Yeah, is pretty cool. You don't get to do that in most places. It's not the worst thing in the world and that particular case. So there's this exciting is primary day and a lot of us are on the ballot I can't wait to see the results. Yeah. Nobody's on the ballot for Governor and in New Hampshire when they decide the ballot order, it's different sort of randomly chosen per town so. Some places it'll be nobody will be on the top of the three choices other places it'll be in the middle other places he'll be on the bottom and it'll be interesting to see if there's any kind of difference like to the places where nobody has the final choice actually do better than if nobody is the first choice because it'll appear as though it's like just sort of third option like, Oh, you can vote for nobody was the first choice online. Yeah. In ours was he was the middle choice. Okay. So was different ward to ward here in in Keene as randomized. That's fascinating. He's also and you're running for sheriff here in. Cheshire County. So we'll be looking for results from the entire county for your race here tonight, and technically yours isn't a race per se in that there wasn't. There wasn't anyone else who ran against you. And what was normally expected to happen for listeners? Obviously, you don't live here. You don't know There is a incumbent sheriff here Chester County named Eli Rivera. Now he's got a bit of of a history with the liberty activists here being a little. Let's call it aggressive towards some of the activists in the past he managed to get himself into sheriff and he's managed to stay there for I think four or five terms. This may be his fifth re election attempt. He's been there basically the whole decade it's time for him to get out yet absolutely is and. So he's of course, he's running again, but the guy who's been his opposition on the Republican side. So it's Democrat incumbent the guy who's been on the Republican side Earl. Nelson didn't file this year. so He's lost year after year after year every two years there's elections here in New Hampshire and the the sheriff's every two years. so He's lost every two years for the last four or five. Seasons and I think that he just got so old he's probably in his mid to late seventies at this point I think that he just ruined the talent said he was done not going to run again because he didn't do not. It's not something that you. He would forget about right like that's a choice and I don't think the Republicans knew that he was going to do that and they were caught off guard and all of this has all of this is their fault I. would like to point out I was going to run for state REP but. then. Of course, the secretary of the Cheshire County Republican Committee decided that she was also going to run for that same position right and she hasn't been exactly friendly. No, she has it but she's also she's the secretary. So she knows everyone that's right. Her name is they're they're going to vote for her in a primary right so it was pointless to even foul, but it was nice of her to file early wants to find that out. Yeah. So I looked to see whether or not Earl Nelson had fouled jet. This was like a Wednesday I think it was. And there were two days left to. All right. Let's roll the dice. I'm going to file for sheriff because I calling you couldn't foul for both right and you had run as a Libertarian Sheriff candidate in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. Well, it wasn't unheard of to have you running for Sheriff Yeah at that point. So it just totally took them off guard and they evidently weren't on top of things like Earl you've got to go foul because rem just fouled and she's the only one who's done it. So that's why I don't think earl wanted to file. Clearly didn't want to which which is weird because then I said. All right. Well, they're gonNA find somebody I. My prediction was that they were going to run a write in campaign against you and it turns out I was right about that but we're. HALF ASS. What I'm surprised about is that they're writing in Earl Nelson I figured they were going to scramble and find like some other retired cop that they could get to agree. All right. You can write me in you know but no, it's earl. Nelson the same guy who obviously decided he didn't want to run this year. So it makes me wonder did they even bother calling earl? Did they even bother to like ask him? Hey, would you accept the nomination if you won the right in nomination would you accept it? You know do you want to actually be the candidate this year? I don't know right like did they actually come to him and beg him? Please early need somebody we can't have that tranny. On the ballot. If even if they did go through all of those steps, I mean the momentum I've seen for this they're outraged lasted two days, and then all of the other candidates out you know caught up in their own primaries and it just got completely brushed aside L. don't get. I'm cocky. Anything can happen. But I will be stunned. Hard, it's hard I mean traditionally, it's very difficult to get enough votes for a write in candidate to even qualify because I think you have to hit thirty five here in New Hampshire. To. Even be. Considered a legit write in candidate. But then to have that overcome, the number of people who are just gonNA come in and check off because they went because they were there and you are the Republican is again, just a primary ballot. So it's just your name and a blank Rydin, space a bunch of people not knowing any different are just gonNA check your name off because that's just what they do now, and so it's GonNa be very hard for him to surpass that just definitely not impossible not impossible I just don't think it's likely here. But it's been a fun day here. Well you should talk about how the Republicans that did try to work against you they. I think it was only like five days ago it wasn't that long ago when the notice went out I, think they just got rid this on as on Saturday night or it may have no longer than that. Yeah. Okay. Wednesday night of last week. Yeah. So it hasn't been that long and they they put out the notice about this and that actually sparked people coming to your support who otherwise didn't know about you. Knew about me right. But yes, I did get a lot of messages from people who had no idea that I was running. It was like Oh. This is great. It's about time. Right? You didn't have a campaign of which to speak I mean ordered some campaign signs you'd handed him out to some of your supporters. You don't have a campaign manager. There wasn't an active organization behind you and then all of a sudden you had volunteers. Yeah. there. There are probably thirty signs put up in Cheshire County for me last night I didn't put up any up. That's amazing. It's just people volunteering for like hey. That screwed up. You know right to have them attacking you out this. They were the ones who dropped the ball and they're they're not attacking Ian Freeman. They're not attacking matt run out of. Any right. Right. That's ultimately what it comes down to and I think that's why I didn't I. think that's why they're campaign didn't generate any momentum. I hope you're right. I hope that it didn't generate momentum. The thing that concerns me is that your average person isn't going to go vote in the primary they're going to vote in November. So the people who vote in a primary are the politically connected crowd the tight that listens to talk radio. The type that is is connected with the Republican party getting emails from them. Those are the people who are more likely to show up which is why I wouldn't be cocky about this Let's celebrate if you do win but I've heard I wouldn't celebrate earlier because it is going to. Be The politicos who show up, which is going to be the part that you have to overcome, and we'll see without a doubt I do know that some people who ordinarily don't go out and vote did go out and vote today simply because they're friends of mine and you know they wanted to go and vote for me I show their support and that's great I don't know how many of these I mean it's not like the Cheshire County Republicans really did a lot to try to put the word out about my existence. Yeah it was last minute. Yeah it was a half ass last minute. Email or whatever they say it was a post on facebook. I'm pretty sure I got an email to probably was both I have seen an email. Okay and the person who's been monitoring this sort of thing for me has not related email to me. I would I would love to know that such an email existed I would love to have that four to by the way but yeah. I'll take a look I can't wait to see the results. It's it's Primary Day here New Hampshire I like how they tried to give me one of those stupid asinine voted stickers. Of course, they didn't even let you do did they didn't offer. To talk about what happened. When nobody nat my my roommate and I all three of us we carpool down to go 'cause well, vote at the same place you live in a different part of town. There's different five different wards here in keene and I wanted to document this process because I knew things were going to be different given co vid and so all right. Well, how different are they going to make this? Because we heard an early report from one of our other activists friends in the area that he was denied access to go inside and vote and they made him vote outside because he would not wear a mask, but you have the right well I guess they didn't deny his right to vote there. Let's talk about it. It's it's a very interesting thing that happened today and I've got video footage of the whole thing. Oh perfect. 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There was no such Imelda total checked the total attempt at posing a right and challenge against me was a single. FACEBOOK post way single facebook post post that received exactly one why and how many likes do you happen to know how many likes the facebook page itself has I'm just gonNA guess it's less than two hundred. No, it's my five hundred and something. Yeah. But they last I heard the Cheshire. County Republican Committee did it have a facebook page? So presumably, Cheshire County Republican Committee doesn't actually oversee the page. No clue. Either way. Their website has looked like it was from nineteen, ninety seven for like the last two decades. Yeah. So I mean, they're way behind the time is the committee even authorized to endorse one candidate over another I mean if they have a right in candidate, aren't they or at least the board members on the committee? Aren't they required to say nothing about me? If they don't support me. that's an interesting question I think that each individual has the right to endorse. Primary. Primary but I don't know if the if the board itself yeah. The board can I know? The I don't remember the term now the affiliate group in Take County Mississippi for the Libertarian Party, it was specifically within the bylaws that we adopted from the State Party and that we had to include that we could not speak out against Libertarian candidate. Yeah. I know that in the case of the Republicans in New Hampshire because I was the chairman for short for about a year I was the chairman here in in Keanae actually step down. Him Now the vice chair in that particular case, but they do require that as a Republican office person or whatever or somebody with a position in the party that you cannot endorse someone from another party. So it would be against the rules for me to endorse Darryl W Perry for for governor who's running as a libertarian. I don't know if it would be against the rules to say that I'm going to vote for Darryl W. Perry in. Okay, but sets but anyway, yeah I don't know if the if the organization itself can take position in a primary. That's an excellent question I would I would guess that they can't that would be my guest to, and that's probably why they never sent out an email or anything like that encouraged to gets me unknown facebook page that happens to bear their name that then as far as I know, isn't actually related to them but hey, that could have changed Well, let's go to the phones. We've got a Gulf coast time calling from Florida you're on free talk live. Hello. This is Tom Tom Tom. I wanted to make a bold prediction about the upcoming presidential election. All right. Get gippsland I predict it trump will lose the election really and and the Joe Biden will. To the presidency during the month of November twenty twenty. Now, why do you think trump is going to lose the election? So many negatives about he's A. He's a monster really guys horrible was. Not. Even close even quality. We played the clip for him which clip any of the clips why I don't think he'll be. Stuck in the bucket compared to trump i. don't think he'll be convinced that because about trumping out mentally alias. He's a pathological liar. They're all liars dude. Yeah. But he's he's beyond anybody else. He says Super Duper Liar what makes you? So sure he's more of a liar than every other politician I mean, they all seem to be. Everyday many times I. Mean he's a politician of course he does, but it's not the same trump is a Egypt mentally ill lying. It's pathological more than any other person I've ever seen so. A lot of trouble with different prosecutors around the country. He's going to go to jail if he loses this election thinks so for for. Bank, fraud? Tax Fraud Insurance fraud. Campaign? Fraud. Don't know how to tell you this. But if that does play out on Biden's first day in office, he would pardon trump you think so oh yeah they always. Asked him if he what he say wouldn't part. They, live. Politicians. By addiction is. That When when the mind wins, he will have a setup. Where trump. Resigns immediately. That the various state and federal prosecutors will not indict him on anything he's done up to now. But I. Wouldn't assume office it would go to Mike. Pence. So you'd rather put a kid touch in. Trump's torture of all kinds. There have been any allegations about trump. Let me just finish my prediction here. How did how mind gets into the presidency early. Early. The agrees to the deal that's not the way. Doesn't work. Time. Before he resigned, he has to fire fence and make Biden his vice president. Biden might think it works that way, Bro? Yeah He. Can't they can't fire. The vice president was let me be awesome if he could. Right because you know trump's fire pretty much everybody. He can convince him to quit if it means trump is going to jail for many years. Sure. Yeah. He could convince him to quit. My prediction on. The president's it would go to what the secretary of. State I. Think there are rules in place there there is. There is nothing in place in the constitution that allows Joe Biden into assume office before January twenty twenty one now look I'm not saying I'm GonNa vote for trump although I will say if he does pardon snowden within the next two months I will vote for him because I I have committed to do that which is still a possibility and we can actually talk about sort of in the news recently again, the whole trump snowden thing but. Was Right all along as it turns out here's a surprise. No one in this room so Mr I'm sorry I forget your name caller Tom Tom. So you know the whole thing with like. Biden touching children that doesn't bother you. I don't know about it. I never heard any. Okay. Here's what you do. Go to Joe Biden Dot INFO. Go to Joe Biden Dot Info on your nearest web browser and you'll see plenty of very interesting videos. Couple of books out by psychiatrists about trump, all kinds of stuff. These are literally videos of Biden being aggressively inappropriate with children. It's still not not a trump and a bucket compared AL horrible trumpet peasant. Do you have videos of trump aggressively touching children? On. Okay. So I want you to go to Joe Biden Dot. Info. Tom I want you to go to Joe Biden. Dot Info, and then after that, you can call us another night and tell us if you would let him alone with your granddaughter. That's your challenge Tom Good luck with Joe. Biden Dot Info just his name. Dot Info Terry. Interesting website. I don't know how anyone could take a look at it and be like this. This is totally fine. No, it's pretty pretty weird I feel really bad for those girls in in those videos I mean they look like they want to be anywhere but there and I will say in Joe Biden's sort of defense not all of the videos are of him touching children but a lot of them are in a number of them are some of are fully grown women Oh. He does he touches them to. Okay. Yeah. So he's not discriminatory. No He's just a creep. Eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. What do you think does Joe Biden and his fondling for lack of a better word of women across all age spectrums make you not WanNa does it make you want to vote for him? Eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three, eight, five, five, four, fifty, free as. Divvy. He's been pretty good investment for Free Talk Live their ad campaign started in September twenty nineteen and from mid. March to mid July. The values soared by ten times. It's not too late. Davies. 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But my experience was different from us because I was like you put a mask. You part of the problem I put on an impe see mass. Okay. I made myself pretty clear about the entire thing. All right. All right for those who knows knows old ladies I understand the empty me what the ones who are no. And I don't care what the Old Lady's stink right. Okay I do get pulled aside though and this this one was like, Hey, you came in here two years ago and I'm so sorry I didn't think to ask but what are your pronouns and I? Spent like a full two and a half minister explaining to her that. I was not offended didn't care. I didn't even notice it didn't even register. I. Never asked her questions. She was thinking about it for two years for two years. That poor woman about something that I didn't even notice. Wow but yeah. So your experience was drastically different for mind because I did I did put on the mask right to go in and do I did my civic duty. So I could go in and do my civic duty so I could have some civic duty with a site of civic duty. You must hurry or something like that because it does take longer if you if you do it the hard way, which is the way we did it. Well, I went there at like five o'clock. And we were going to have Jamaican right at the time. So yeah, I was a little pressed for time. All right. So I was not going to wear a mask and a nor were I of the folks that were accompanying me. So nobody are co hosts was with me and my roommate was there as well. Matt WHO's also on the ballot were both running for the state rep seat, the city wide state rep seat here in Keene, which is two seats, and there's four Republican candidates running. So two of us are going to be eliminated I suspect I'm going to be one of the two that will be eliminated, but we'll see. So. None of us were going to wear a mask and I had heard earlier that one of the other libertarian guys in the area had been told he had to wear masks girls he had to vote outside and so he voted outside and so I thought. All right. Well, I won't ever court this whole process. I don't WanNa get to see how they're going to treat US I wanna see you know what? What changes are different this year as compared to normal voting, and so one of the first things that was obviously different was they had like chalked. Six six foot like squares on the pavement outside of the voting area, and then I guess that was four the what they were expecting to be lines of people. It's a primary no one ever lines up for a primary. There's almost no one that votes at a primary but anyway, they had like sort of grids where they were going to line people up outside if there was if there were enough people to line up so they had. And so you know the six foot away thing and as we're approaching the ask do we want a mask and you can get a mask. If you want to see if you don't have one, you WanNa, go inside and vote that way, and of course, I'm not interested in in doing that. They said, well, you have to vote outside. So they have like a special little tent set up for the what had been at that point, six other people and it was around four in the afternoon just after four when we went to go and vote. So it'd been all day and only six people had refused to put a mask on in order to go inside vote. And so we were the seventh eighth and ninth people. So not even not even a full ten people had refused to to wear the mask. and. So we we all kind of had slightly different experiences. So for instance. One of the things they tried to do here in New Hampshire they try to get you to show id to vote and you technically don't have to hear which is unusual in some states you absolutely do have to show ID or you won't be allowed to vote. But in New Hampshire, it's always been that way. You can just sign an affidavit affirming your identity. Are Allowed to sign an affidavit under swearing under oath. So you're on the penalty of perjury that you are who you say you are as long as you are, there's not a problem, right? But most people know about this and a few years ago they changed the rules to try to make it even more confusing and the way the the election officials. The way they explain it to people is purposefully designed to encourage them to just go along to get along. Well, the government's good at this, right it's the same as the quote statewide mask requirement we have here New Hampshire doesn't Requirement? Yes. A suggestion just like this you're not required to show your ID as just a suggestion. Yeah. So she and I got all this video at some point maybe I'll put it online because it is I think it's kind of boring, but it's also interesting because boy to watch somebody tried to go vote. But interesting because we do things that are different than than than the usual voters so. Think none of us. We're willing to show ID. And the woman who appears to be the head of the particular election ward that that particular bureau or whatever that woman was trying to tell us. Oh, well, there was a law that was changed five years ago and Blah. Well, Look Lady I haven't shown idea to vote in the last several years. There's only one time I ever did it and that was when I was. In a Super Russia had some where I had to be in. So I regrettably showed ID to vote in that one time but every other time I've never shown idea here in new. Hampshire. So I'm like, yeah every time I voted even in the last five years I haven't shown ID and so she finally relented. So she was trying to pretend like you couldn't do this. And I just basically said, well, I. Know You can, and so she finally relented and she went and she got the the affidavits that you were referring to, and then a woman comes out with her she says, Oh, I know him that's Ian Freeman? So I didn't have to fill out the affidavit because the woman knew who I was identified went out either they knew who you were now. But. They did not know nobody and they didn't know my roommate either so they both had to had to do the affidavits. So the woman gets out a camera and she and they're doing this outside has side. They're not letting you inside the built. That's correct. There's a little a little tent city in the middle of a eighty, five degree hot afternoon shadows eighty five degrees today I would rather be eighty five degrees than thirty degrees, which is probably going to be what it's like in two more months. November Janet's it's going to be quite uncomfortable to be outside in this. This area where second class citizens are allowed to supposedly votes. So they she then brings the this camera out because when they did change the law a few years ago they did add sort of an extra process into if you refuse to show Id what happens that's what they changed. Okay, and so they added a a step where they take your picture and then you sign an affidavit and the idea there is in case somebody is coming. They're saying I'm Ari Mezzo, and then they WANNA take. A photo of that person. So in case the case gets investigated they have some evidence of who was claiming to be our Metsu right. So that's kind of the idea behind this and I personally never never objected to having my foot I don't care whatever you guys know who I am I just always assumed that when I go into a polling place among camera anyway yeah, you would think. But this is like a little polaroid, right it literally is a polaroid camera to what they have and so they take they ask if they can take I, think they asked. If, they could take their photos nobody agreed to it my roommate. They said, we need to take a photo. To review the footage on that one I don't remember for sure but my roommate refused. To. Be Taken, and so she went ahead and she dealt with nobody and took his photo and he signed the affidavit with him. They brought out a religious objection form and put that in front of him and said, does this apply to you and he says, no, it does not. They brought this to to my roommate other refuse the photograph right and they have a religious objection to being photographed for them. That they put in front of him said. Why he looked at over and said, no, that's not my objection. and. So he wasn't willing to sign a religious objection for because that wasn't his recent. Sure. So then she's like well okay. Well. I guess she's like reviewing she's reviewing the rules right? Like he's got the voting rules right out in front of her because she's she hasn't gone through yet at. All right that's the first time. Somebody's ever likely I. I didn't know you even could. Right. So this is totally new ground for me to like. Wow. Okay. Interesting and so he refuses note just tell the bureaucrat no, and so she says well, okay we'll just have you sign this form anyway, and then we'll change that it's will change the title from religious objection to it's just your personal objection and he says, okay, fine. So he doesn't they don't take his photo he signs the the affidavit and let them vote. Now, here's the other thing. Normally when you vote at these voting locations, you put the thing into a machine on your way out the door. Well, we weren't going to be allowed to do that. So we had to trust that they were going to take our ballots and put them into the machine themselves. So we have no idea what happened to those ballots. Guy. That's terrifying eight, five, five, four, hundred, fifty free as in free talk live. Are you afraid to go to the mailbox because a letter after letter from the IRS? Are they stacking on more and more penalties and interest by now you know the problem won't go away on its own don't let the irs chase CD grave with penalties and interest in Liens and levies you. Need Real help now I'm Dan. Pilla. I wrote the book on tax debt settlement and I helped thousands of people saw tax problems they thought couldn't be solved. 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But there's a little bit more I thought that you might want to hear about the. Voting experience that the mask free voting experience that me and Arco host nobody in my roommate went through today that apparently only a handful of other people had bothered to go through by the time we got there. They had had around one thousand votes, which is actually on the high side, our primary that's including sorry that's including the absentee ballots and the the votes of the day. So I think it was. Six hundred four hundred one way or the other I forget which. So again, higher turnout than your typical primary, which is unusual. That may be because there was a pretty. Intense fight on the gubernatorial side for Democrats. So there may have been a large number of. Dams who turned out. That's just my speculation on that. Well, there seems to have been for the. Republican. Says, well, without no, they basically ignored the republican gubernatorial candidates. Nobody got only one news article from a New Hampshire newspaper in the North country and I don't think Karen Testament got much more more than that. She got a little bit more maybe but not much more. So the mainstream media basically pretended like Sununu. Has has this in the bag and didn't bother to you know interview or speak to. His his opponents so I don't know that's frustrating. But Anyway, the other thing that I thought was worth pointing out was that we also got to do something unusual in that for listeners just tuning in we devote outdoors. We were not allowed to go inside because we were not willing to wear masks to go in and participate in this process that's supposed to be a right. So they couldn't deny us the ability to vote. So they put us out where the second class citizens go out by the dumpster but. I don't know in legal land. Did they deny deny you the opportunity to fill out a ballot? They did not deny that but I think they did deny you the opportunity to actually cast that vote by putting it in. She did they definitely denied that and I am going to show that to an attorney and see what the attorney says about that because because let you fill out papers but they didn't vote. They said they were going to put them in the voting machine but we. Could not observe them put them in the voting machine and they're just going to do it at some point today said they were going to do it when the polls closed, they would insert them into the voting machine on our behalf which sounded really suspicious to me and I don't know if I believe what they you know I. Imagine these people tried to be honest and they're they're not. There are a bunch of is on them, right? Like they're not doing it alone. So it'll probably happen the way they said it would, but we don't really know and there's no evidence that it will have happened right I mean. I guess we did some write in. votes. So if we look at the number of write ins, maybe would be able to determine whether they were hours not, but we can't really know that anyway. So we can't know how many other people did the same write in votes that we did. So it would be impossible to really know whether or not they they cast our votes, but that's what they said was well. You've just got to let us do it for you because we were not gonNa let you in there essentially is what happened could they not have put a second machine outside they don't have a second machine I mean there's that's their fault not yours. Man It's. That other machine would have only had ten ballots in it. Anyway I mean if they wanted to just throw them out they could I mean if they want to throw ballots away, they can show who knows you never know how honest or dishonest these voting systems are. One of the other interesting things was. We were allowed to essentially vote together. All they had was like a little black table out there with a couple of chairs around it and so me and. Privacy Curtain no privacy curtain just sitting right across the table from from another person. Now I'm sure that if we weren't together, they would've allowed us to vote you know. One at a time. Right so like if I would they would have also have wasted your time Oh of course. Well, I mean you pretty much have to expect your time is going to be wasted when you go vote I mean if you don't if you don't have to wait in a line you, you're lucky right like generally don't have to wait on a line around here especially on the primary they just because there aren't that many people but you're still wasting your time by going and actually exercising the act of futility Oh for the most part I mean unless the vote it's Wasting time while you're wasting time? Yeah. Unless the the candidate wins by like one vote then it's pretty much a waste of time but you know for what it's worth it is good to be able to go out and vote for people that you actually know which as you pointed out, we can do here in New Hampshire because we actually had libertarians running. In this case, we were running as Republicans just because it's too hard to get on the ballot as a libertarian it's just requires way much more effort than any of us were willing to. Put into do this because again, it's not that important. But it was interesting to be able to vote in a group. So we were all like sitting around talking to each other about who to vote for. You know who, who are we writing in and so like you know normally. A whole should we vote him that actually happened and so that was kind of different because normally normally when you go into vote, it's everybody's quiet. You've got to go in and. I A. Super Super Sombre Super. You're observing the highest ritual site Harry self-important. Yeah all of that. So that's why you get your little I voted sticker right? We did not get those. They did not even offer them to us. Because you have no record that you actually voted I guess. Well. There is a record supposedly that we were there because we check in. And that sort of thing. But I just thought it was interesting that we had to like what essentially was like a team vote going on like we were all voting together time we could. We could consult with one another and chat, and we were just having a good old time. Doing this together. So it was very unusual, very different and. It's not going to be very comfortable come November when it's cold out, and then they're going to keep us out there for twenty minutes or however the how long it took. Yeah I can't imagine especially at their snow on the ground or something miserable. Welcome to a second-class citizenship. I WanNa know what would have happened if one of you had asked to use the bathroom attempt to get out of the Water Fountain or since about Look Dude it's hot out here thirsty I just need to go in there used to water fountain would they really have said deny that's a great question. Yeah. That would be a good one. So that was my experience today. So we'll get the results one day, but until then I, don't, I wouldn't expect them tonight, but we might may be. The results tonight, I probably won't get mine until tomorrow which sucks because I'm probably the most anxious about actually I know. Oh. Well, yeah. So in the meantime, trump is taking on the military industrial complex but in the meantime, let's go to the phones. Really interesting recently like. Pretty shocked by it. Well, we've got Bonnie calling from Texas on a year on freetalklive. Arielle. Hey, what's on your mind? I'm calling because I. thought it was something I. Think is a really good idea like this tool against like mandatory vaccine the vaccination if they make the Kobe vaccination mandatory. On like just like a social thing if any of my friends asked me about it. Like all of my friends are pretty much liberal. Under just say like I'm just scared pick the trump back then. The trump accent. Good. IDEA. Giving if a Democrat was president right now, the media be like this is some farmers like. Passion. Project vaccine. Because, it will give the leftist something to think about that might actually shake them up a little bit like really you're GonNa put this thing that trump is backing in your body. You will be part of trump. Ever, backing and now so. It's not why. Bunny. Thank you so much for the call. Thank you so much for the excellent idea I'm I'm definitely going to use that because a mask while I'm at work. Okay. I can tolerate that, but you want me to inject something into my body. 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Snowden News and ob obviously the things coming out now is a hey, you know this stuff that's not told us about it actually is against the law. So he the spying the NSA spying. But there's all there are other people in the news being targeted by the trump administration or the the powers that be rather Julian assange is one of those. We have an update about him. You said, yes, you want to hear that absolutely this is from the daily beast dot com out of London whereas you may be aware Julian assange is currently facing extradition hearing. So he's in custody has been in custody since they grabbed him. Out of the Ecuadorian Embassy where he had been staying for something like six or seven years since I think two, thousand, twelve, they snapped him up back in what was it twenty nineteen if I recall correctly and had him in custody ever since. So in a few weeks or months Judge Vanessa. Barrett Sir will rule on whether Julian assange can be taken to the United States to face a string of serious espionage charges. So it's probably a good idea for him to stay in her good graces says the daily beast but Tuesday, the second day of the wikileaks founders extradition hearing in London, which was delayed for months by the coronavirus pandemic berate Sir delivered a forceful warning to assange that he will be removed from court for. If he can't keep his thoughts to himself while witnesses are delivering their evidence. ASSANGE had reportedly shouted out nonsense during the hearing. Well, he shouted out the word. Okay nonsense I thought he was being accused of battling. was he said nonsense allow during the hearing when the lawyer representing the United States told a witness that the wikileaks founder was facing extradition not for handling leaked documents but for releasing the names and endangering US informants. Clearly displeased by the outbursts, berates are told us who is in the dock that he must not speak out even when he inevitably disagrees with the position of the prosecution team quote if you interrupt proceedings and disrupt a witness who is properly giving their evidence is open to me to continue without you in your absence. This is obviously not something I wished to do. I am therefore giving you a clear warning the judge added quote I understand you'll hear things you disagree with and you'd like to contradict and speak about these things yourself but this is not your opportunity to do so. The warning came after the founder of the legal charity reprieve told the court that grave violations of law including the use of drones for targeted strikes in Pakistan as well as alleged US warcrimes in Afghanistan Quintana obey had been exposed in the documents published by wikileaks, James List who's representing the United States hit back that the case was not about the usefulness of the documents in the US charges revolve around the publication of the names of the informants in Iraq and Afghanistan that had put their lives in danger. It was Lewis's rebuttal that provoked assange outburst. It was just the second day of a four week hearing. Now are there weeks? Are they doing this in an actual courtroom or is it a pandemic hearing? It sounds like it's in an actual courtroom. Okay. Well, that's yeah. Because otherwise muted has microphone. So apparently is being taken at the Old Bailey where the wikileaks founder is fighting extradition to the US to pay an eighteen count indictment on espionage charges assange. Of course, as you may know, embarrassed the US government a decade ago by publishing thousands of confidential American documents assange supporters see him as a journalist and a champion of free speech an argument which has been adopted by his attorneys. In the early days of the hearing, he is facing a maximum of one hundred and seventy five years in prison. Now. Sunday obviously a journalist. I don't know what? What else could be if not a journalist? Well, they're trying to paint him as some sort of dastardly spy. For giving away information. That was confidential or whatever. But. Yeah. I mean he's doing the job. He signed an agreement to keep it confidential did not. No He. He's a journalist and he did what journalists would do report the information that he was given. I don't think any of those points will save him from behind on either state. So the best thing that can happen to him is if the unit the United Kingdom refuses to extradite now supposedly and I have not research this myself but somebody had reported previously that the UK has some sort of rule against extraditing somebody to a place where they will face certain death for the punishment of thing that they've that they've done and one hundred and seventy five years is certain death so You know, I don't know if that's going to be a point that they can make to try to stop him from being extradited just on that that rule alone. But apparently, they're expecting this hearing to last for four weeks. Just, I would be surprised if it doesn't longer the determination of whether or not to extradite him from the United States is a four week long hearing so Anyway, he's been. Yelled at by the judge on day number two. Well, let's go to the phones who've got Adrian Calling from South Carolina Adrian you're on Free Talk Live. Hi How you doing? Hey, what's on your mind? just wanted to call in because I've actually previously a couple of months ago. Had A run in with mark edge on facebook. Where we had we had words. facebook. Yes they do and I'm actually the founder of the Voluntariness Ministry on Facebook something I did over five years ago and we're actually all over dates, ministers seven of us. Okay and. Created the group for like a stepping stone for people moving into the Liberty Movement. Okay same voluntarism might be the goal at the end of the liberty. Movement. That's right. That's right. Volunteerism is the the golden rule. In action. That is exactly what we're after and so so what was your in with mark about? I don't even remember it was something very trivial actually usually. Really worth mentioning. Okay. Well, I'm just thinking I met mark and I found out about free talk live for him. I didn't I didn't know who he was, but we were friends on facebook and so and I'm friends with nobody and we've been nobody talk today that was pretty interesting So I just wanted to call in and say alot and Kinda Kinda make a I call. To say, hello to you guys, I, appreciate what you do listening for the last two months. So tell us a little more about this ministry group. So we're secular we have nothing to do with religion whatsoever the ministry is to preach nonaggression principle, peaceful parenting and self ownership. And that's what we do. Where are you based out of? Charleston South Carolina Area Specifically Somerville. And New Hampshire. I'm thinking about it but I hate snow. Snowing south. Carolina. I don't know the climate they Charleston in the Charleston area today was eighty seven degrees. So eighty five degrees here today. Yeah. It's amazing. Got So cool down here but no, we get. We get snow about once every seven to ten years. So we had a we had a pretty big ice storm about two two and a half years ago. but usually in, December run around in shorts and t shirts. So Mississippi I will say that the snow is not as bad as you would expect it to be the code is pretty bad cold sucks. But the snow itself is nowhere near as big an issue as you would expect but it's nice to be around more volunteers than you can shake a stick at. Yes. That would be really nice. I. Just met somebody today from freedom sells whose lives in the area and we're going to beat up on Friday night. Friday afternoon down here in Charleston and I think it's it's it's good to grow and grow your network and find out that there are more people who believe like you do how many volunteers did you vote for on the last ballot on which you voted? There were volunteers voted. Today Really. Asked I, don't I don't know of any voluntary except. For Office all. I don't know I'd call them a volunteer. Ron Paul's evolved. Yeah. There's no doubt about I think he would call himself that I think we've asked him about that before. Hey, good luck with your ministry man I, appreciate it Ed, and thank you so much for the call. Yeah. Good luck with the ministry but you would be way more successful with that here in New Hampshire like you know we voted for like five volunteers today and you're just not gonna get anywhere and that's just here in keene. Yeah. Just hearing came there were others that we know about that. We weren't eligible to vote for because they're in different counties eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. This is free. Talk, live. News from news DOT BITCOIN DOT COM US Postal Service files a patent for new blockchain voting method Warren Buffett changes. His opinion on gold maybe bitcoin is next six, billion dollar ECON crypto currency city underway former prudential. CEO says now's the time to buy Bitcoin Bitcoin. 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Court ruling you're referring to just came in very recently I assumed in an okay within a couple of weeks ago heads made a statement publicly that he was considering a he was actually answering a question by a news person I think and that was when he revealed that he was considering pardoning Edward. SNOWDEN. that. He had heard good arguments he said on both sides. Okay. Well, here's a supreme court. Court ruled, but here's a court argument on. Court of Appeals I. Believe it was on Snowden inside saying that yes. In fact, the NSA was breaking the law Yep. That's right which the law is pretty broad and allows them to do pretty much anything they want. So the fact that they will violating. That's newsworthy in and of itself I didn't know that trump head even needs and he's teasing about it. I don't want to vote for trump I don't either but. If he pardoned snowed out, I'll have to yeah, I. said I would I said if if trump pardons snowden or or Ross Albrecht and probably assange one of the one of them, I would be happy to to vote for him in that case because that's a pretty big deal do i. any one of those three guys? Yeah. And so here's the other news. Is this the military industrial complex after him was his was his being. Open to the possibility of pardoning snowden. No I wouldn't say they're after him per se but they're definitely mad now now that he's said what he said over the weekend, he was at a press conference on Labor Day where he said that he has the support of the troops but not their bosses quote I'm not saying the military's in love with me the soldiers are the top people in the Pentagon probably aren't. Let's because he has yet to start a war. He said further quote because they want to do nothing but fight wars so that all those wonderful companies that make the bombs and make the planes and make everything else stay. Happy. But we're getting out of the endless wars unquote. This Donald Tronto trump. On Labor Day weekend at a press conference to to appeal to Libertarians, he's a billionaire anybody who's antiwar in this particular primary primarily libertarians but. There's some antiwar liberals out there but you know trump talk is cheap at. You've been president for four years now, I don't see it likely that you're going to actually end any of these wars I don't think so either but I'll give him credit where credit's due he has been less Warri than his previous. He had started any and he's done a little bit of like de Escalation. There was I. think it was Syria there was like a serious situation where he said basically to stand down not bomb some people I think that was Syria There was, of course, his negotiations with Kim Jong UN to replace the Korea's which no one in American presidency has ever spoken. In person like that with. Somebody from North Korea with a North Korean dictator like that now. Nothing's happened the there's nothing has come that, but you know it was a gesture in the sheriff in a positive direction so and we have not gone to war with north. Korea? Not that's. Right. So I don't know I mean it could be worse. It could be a lot worse. It could have been hillary who seemed to have. He's she seemed to she wants to grind. She wanted war with Russia that's for sure. Yeah. And trump seemed to want one with China I don't know whether or not. He still beating a dead horse but. At least during the two thousand, sixteen election he certainly was so I will agree he is. The least warmongering president that we've had in a while and then as a result, John Bolton who was his Defense, secretary, or whatever for some amount of time this total war Hawk guy that trump ended up firing. Bolton has come out on the attack against trump for saying these things. Oh, how he attacked the general's how dare he go after the military brass but these statements are factually true. Don't want to continue paying Lockheed. Martin for all of those bombs and fighter jets. Well, here's the other interesting thing. That's tied in with this is I saw on I follow Edward Snowden on twitter. And I saw snowden had posted yesterday he posted a little clip. Or like an image snap snip of a Glenn Greenwald's twitter account that Donald Trump had re tweeted something that Glenn Greenwald had written a Glenn Greenwald for those that don't know is the guy who broke the snowden story back in two thousand thirteen. Okay. Greenwald at the time was writing for the Guardian and he since moved onto a different website called the intercept but Greenwald this you know he's a lefty, but he's still he's absolutely right on on privacy issues and things like that. So the fact that Donald trump re tweeted Glenn Greenwald just on its own is unusual and worth noting but what he re tweeted. is also worth talking about. So this story is coming from our T.. And trump has since deleted the tweet right trump has deleted the re tweet. So he can't delete glad Greenwald's tweet but what Glenn Greenwald posted that was re tweeted by trump was this quote? Here's a lesser known of Eisenhower's farewell. Address. He had sixteen minutes on TV to warn Americans of what he thought they needed to know and used it primarily to emphasize. The dangers of Pentagon, growth weapons spending and the threats of endless war remember that speech where the military industrial complex whether salt or unsolved. Yeah. The one where the president who created the Military Industrial Complex admitted to the existence well, he didn't create it but he enabled it. So in that speech, that's what Glenn Greenwald posted to his twitter. That's what trump re tweeted. The same weekend as he is talking trash against the military brass and outing the military industrial complex publicly in a statement on his Labor Day speech he re tweets Glenn. Greenwald with the with the Eisenhower speech and then here's the other thing that happened. Twenty twenty s a weird year. Lend Greenwald. Then changed his name on twitter to pardon snowden. So that way, it looked like trump was re tweeted. Snowden and I suspect that's why trump deleted it. I suspect because what happened was snowden took a screen shot of that of parties not being re tweeted by Donald Trump. And snowden said does this mean he's made his does he's made up his mind. So. Well I hope he makes up his mind me too and I. Hope He makes the decision to pardon snowden wouldn't it be interesting though let's to see trump go hard antiwar before the election I would love that yeah, and maybe he seems to be doing that. To attack the military industrial complex as the president of the United States. Saying it's only saying things but still there is time for him to do things if that, if that's what he wants, and that's what I would love to see do something trump you're the president hopes up eight, five, five, four, fifty free as in freedom. Free Talk Live is aired on nearly two hundred radio stations throughout the week, and we've been doing this for almost eighteen years. You can call in and evening from seven PM to ten PM. Eastern. To talk about whatever's on your mind shirt you can waste your time on facebook and reach dozens of surly posters or you can call in with your issue and reached three surly hosts Oh and nearly half a million weekly listeners. 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Back to the latest episode of Free Talk Live presented by Seiko ca I downloaded for free at freetalklive. Dot. com. It's free talk. Live Talkradio that you can control the only show you can call and talk about anything that is on your mind that toll-free numbers eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three, and would you like to share the news we just got well, I got eliminated from the election. Silver lining to a to a rainy cloud I suppose, and my roommate is the top vote get that particular. And he didn't do any. I mean, he did fill out had no idea he was running yeah. He did fill out a few the questionnaires, but he missed his interview with the Sentinel's. There was in the summary Article about who the candidates were. There was nothing about him just said that he refused he didn't return comment, but he was the number one vote-getter. Man Anything is possible it seventy Ashley Volunteer S on the way to the election for the State House right? Correct. He'll probably lose in the general election because it's almost impossible for Republicans to win here in Keene New Hampshire which is a highly lefty Democrat town but what? Toll again as a tranny. Well again you're you're racist completely interesting very fascinating situation. We don't have any results on it at this time, but congrats to congrats to met Roach. Yeah. The top vote getter man that is well done. So in other news techno sexual are apparently a thing now no sapio sexual or something that I've heard about a lot in recently attraction to intelligence every girl calls herself a Sapio sexual though thinks so yeah I don't see it that often on the dating sites really no. I don't use a lot of dating sites to meet women. Good for you idol have. Many either don't go to bars. But it's. It's all over their social media accounts. I'M GONNA say Po Sexual No, you're not you're. You're not attracted to that bookworm over there. Right. Stop. Lying to yourself girl. So anyway. Techno Sexual. This isn't that this is different I guess and I had not heard this term before had you I've not this is coming from. Yahoo. Reprinting reprinting the Telegraph piece here if the pandemic wasn't a surreal enough experience, a recent study suggests that lockdown has amplified a disturbing trend research by sex toy company we vibe revealed that fourteen percent of men admit to being aroused by their smart Speaker Alexa. Which confirms my view? and. You think she had a sexy voice. I know if I see Alexa on leaving the room. Right don't want to be recorded. By Amazon Yeah. I I. Don't know I. Don't have one of these things so I couldn't speak to it. I'm sure I've heard it on like a commercial somewhere, but it doesn't really ring much of a bell for me and you think based on this opening paragraph that this is going to be all about people who are attracted to electron devices and that's not at all really where this story goes was it new story of someone marrying Siri? I don't have any clue Siri, the voice assistant for for Apple. I think someone. You marry something that can't consent someone in Japan married there. INTENDO DS. I mean that is Japan. Okay. I don't know what that is supposed to mean I don't understand how you could marry a thing that cannot agree to be married. But regardless. So again, fourteen persona, he married a video game character. And it was the game was on Nintendo DS. Not, not that that makes anymore same now is that like an actual legal marriage or did he just have a ceremony where? He had a projection or a piece of artwork of the character or something like that. Did He? Did have like a virtual reality whether you're going to find one that's not behind a paywall. So anyway, according to CNN He's in love with this. Video game character. Now, this guy may qualify as a techno sexual. Based on what we're about to get into it was witnessed live. It doesn't say whether or not. It was a legal marriage specked. It's not I, mean I would imagine you can only marry legally someone who can sign the paperwork. But. What I know have never looked into this. If you know, you can call us toll free at eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free. Maybe you've been following this case directly. But if somebody marries a video game character, I'm going to guess that qualifies them as this new term of the techno sexual. Which according to the author here Lucy. Beresford she says it confirms her view that we've been sleepwalking into a different kind of epidemic one of loneliness and fear of intimacy I've been practicing psychotherapists for twenty years and I've never worked. And never have I worked with so many men and women who are unhappy and scared because their deepest attachments and primary source of arousal are interacting with their tech I call these people tech no sexual. Techno sexual are joining. This isn't This isn't like a girl walks into your home. She's like turned onto by your smart refrigerator you're smart air conditioner, right? No. Would not have a girl walk into their home. I suspect. Techno sexual are joined as though surgically to their favorite gadgets whether it's the Ping of a message swiping right or the seductive authoritative tones of cloud based voice. Service. Their tech fulfills them by mobilizing the reward system in the brain and releasing dopamine the happiness hormone. Did you ever see that movie I think it was called her? And it was about the dude falls in love with his operating system. No but I did see a mention of that on the Guy Mary Siri which also was not illegal marriage. It was an interesting movie. I would recommend people who are interested in sort of the way people are interacting with technology on into the future might want to check that one out. The instant need our sex robots who people can use facebook on. Well, these people are when I say need I don't need that but that's what will. Happen. That's that's how the people will get their dopamine Russia's relationship sex. Yeah. How many of these people are actually having any kind of sex? We can get into that but the Many of using their tech likes and comments is a sexual turn on for them. This dopamine hit happens in all of us but in Texas sexual something else is it play she says for them the modern digital world influences all their libidinous activity. It dictates who they fancy and how they present and value themselves. You could be dating techno sexual without even realizing it. Okay. I think I understand hair. So so they become so invested in their online presence that any any sort of interaction with that. But I don't think I understand. Let's keep going. So you could be dating techniques sexual without even realizing it. They're great at screen chat yet not so great at the face to face authenticity required to begin or sustain a relationship. The tech they carry around has become such a handy dopamine stimulator. It's like having a sex toy in their pocket human intercourse no longer cuts it. The reason why some of us can sustain a healthy relationship with tech while others can't come down to a deep seated fear of intimacy. The main trait of the techno sexual which being at home often alone has only intensified take jess she's thirty six years old runs, her own recruitment agency. She has a wide circle of friends and appears to enjoy her life yet behind the image of contented successful woman lies someone totally disconnected from her sexual desires before the pandemic just would rarely see the same person twice and hadn't had sex in three years instead the activities that arouse her include his as before the pandemic threat include maintaining her social. Vat. Doesn't say. But I just don't even understand how arousal could involve making social media feed. But that's the claim here that that is what arouses her chatting online and skirling instagram for date outfits or locations activities that have ramped up during the lockdown in all my years of practicing techniques sexual or perhaps the most troubling cohort of mental health suffers I've ever seen because the. Source of their distress appears on the face of it to be so innocuous, we're most of us just US tech when we need it and as zoom fatigue has shown, can get quickly turned off by it. The techno sexual is hit by the double whammy of intensified use, which arises from and subsequently as inflamed by an existing fear of closeness to other human beings. Graham. So they're already antisocial writing yes. Well. The device let's them be social without actually being social. So it does say that this woman has a wide circle of friends. So it does suggest that she has the ability to at least. Engage in some level of socializing, but her attraction appears to be to the technical world that the tech world. because. She would rather live in the illusory imaginary social media world than out in the real world. Let's talk more about it. They've got another example company is a new concept for me too. So you and I are both trying to figure this out together and if you WanNa comment, join us at eight, fifty, five, four, hundred, fifty free like freedom is free talk live. The Battle of late stage or terminal illness is a fight that affects everything and everyone in your life. If you or a loved one are dealing with advanced stage conditions that are causing financial hardship like stage three or stage four cancer Alzheimer's COPD or LS than this message is for you our funds for living program. Make it a simple three step process text the word live four, one, four, one, one, or visit fifth season, financial dot, com slash radio, and we'll send. 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It's Free Talk Live Talk Radio that you control, you can call and talk about anything that's on your mind that toll-free number is eight, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three within the studio. It's Aria and Ian, and you know this is something that I enjoy talking about it's is this whole way that people have? Readjusted their entire lives to wear ninety I. Don't say ninety percent of the time but a healthy portion of the time they're not actually living their lives. They're living these digital lives and they've created on social media like facebook and twitter and instagram right and it's it's no different from the person who sits there playing world of warcraft. Everyday living as they become convinced on their minds or me a large portion of their life is spent as that digital carried to that nonexistent indexing with only a digital representation of them, and because of that, they're not out there living in the real world, and it's the same thing that we see on facebook and twitter and Instagram snapchat, and all these other social media sites. It's just a different way of people living vicariously in digital world that is not real. Yes and now it's worse than ever right because that's the only world people have. Now they're not even allowed to leave their house in a lot of cases. Now, in some states, it's more restrictive than others, but it's given those people even greater excuse to. Fritter. Away into this digital world and stay there. Artery underrate that it's time to put the silicon obsession down but nobody is nobody's ready to do that well. The. Same here just on your phone two minutes ago. but I mean in your case, you are being productive with the phone in some cases early right? You're you you sell bitcoin and you need your phone as a tool for work. So the difficulty becomes. Having a tool that is useful for production production or productivity, and avoiding using that tool for timewasters not that it's bad to have leisure time I mean you know I'll work and no play makes jack a dull boy so it is important to put some. Time. Aside to do other things, this is why new writers always fell though because they don't riders new riders 'cause they writer is in a author author yet they use very same computer for writing the novel that they used for facebook and Youtube, and all of that. So then get distracted. Yeah. Unplugged the Internet cable from your from your laptop from writing computer. However, it is going to yeah. If you want actually accomplished something, turn off the television unplugged the Internet that's Myidcare. Well. These folks apparently are not just obsessed with technology according to this psychiatrist turned on by Psychiatrist. Double check that here and this therapist sorry psychotherapist. So different from a psychiatrist, this psychotherapist claiming they are aroused to some extent by the things that most of us just sort of do as part of living in this technical world, these people are like. Way, more into it. Than even somebody like you know you and I which are using techniques we're constantly using technology throughout our daily lives but I'm not gonNa Handy tool for doing a lot of things but I don't. I'm not doing it for the purpose like I don't care about the likes like that doesn't do anything for me. I remember when Mark was getting into an argument with somebody online, he was really mad because this other person had gotten like fifty likes on something. Like dude who cares what does it matter to you whether they got to know some people like them better than you? So what? Anyway she gives more examples here. Okay. So she says Graham and she's changing the names to prepare unison as forty two. He's an accountant has been married for two years. His interest in porn has become an obsession every night he gets lost in online webcam activity on his office Laptop Unaware of who may be tracking him and opening himself up to blackmail working from home and with no commute he now has even more time to get sucked into virtual quote relationships unquote at the expense of the real one with his wife. And we've seen plenty of times where somebody in an actual relationship who has a problem playing video games too much for instance will lose the relationship will lose their job will lose their wife lose their girlfriend because they just can't put it down. They can't get away from this addiction. And that's been going on for a long time. Recent research by the University of Pennsylvania has shown the people who curbed their social media exposure felt less depressed and lonely. Then those who had no limits. Yeah, if I get like a bout of depression or something which doesn't happen that often more very first thing I do is deactivate all of my social media. Really. Yeah. Because it's exacerbating the problem. Because when you're depressed, you just feel lonely and anxious and isolated, and all of that. Anyway, I know some people want people don't realize social media is in a large way creating those feelings because if I want to act interact with someone during one of these periods I have to actually interact with them in person which takes my mind off the depression I see. So you're sitting here off the okay. But if you're just sitting there messaging with someone on facebook whatever your keenly aware of the fact that you're all alone. Yeah The study highlights the vital importance of weaning techno sexual off their tech adoration. They say things like quote. I've had this many likes hits. Em's I am worth this much. They actually say this she's paraphrasing but I mean, yeah. But she's actually got people coming into her office and bragging about getting they believe that the likes is they're worth in life. Yeah. That's like sort of a millennials annual thing where young people are obsessed with getting likes it's very important for them. It's it's I'm sure this is why they snort condoms and they're you bleach. The Sun They WanNa have go viral or overdose on. Or whatever stupid thing it is going to do next while many of us enjoy this external validation, it's techno intech no sexual. It triggers their emotional downfall. Kamal is twenty two and studying economics at what he described before lockdown as a quote, very social college unquote yet his fear of sex and intimacy runs deep Kamal has never had a girlfriend not least because girls in real life do not measure up to the ones. He sees online sex education in schools is failing to prepare our children for having healthy sex lives focusing primarily on sex education in school is appealing to do it. The parents are failing to do in the school is not picking up the slack. Sure. Well, yeah, I mean parents. For a long time, have to avoid this conversation. That's probably why it exists as a school curriculum because parents are deathly afraid of talking about these subjects and it's not doing anyone any favors it's absolutely not if they're going to have a sex education program in schools, it should honestly just be about how pleasure sexual partners. That would be useful information. It would be yeah. They don't give you that though. No. As a result they have access to tech without having the skills to stop it getting in the way of real human interactions without proper education, we run the risk of raising an entire generation who are brilliant using filters on selfies, but who lacked the crucial social skills required to form healthy loving fulfilling relationships in adulthood, and now they're. Filters like if I'm interested in a girl and we become friends on facebook or whatever, and she starts posting or she has pictures of herself and filters. I'm moving on really yeah because that person that you're posting pitcher up. It's not you. That's you with heavy photo shopping done automatically by snapchat oh. Yeah. Yeah. It bugs me, and now it's even worse because now on the dating sites, they'll post photos of themselves in masks. Really, I haven't been on. All of this. By dating profile says mass people swipe left. It's not first thing that it says. Dr. Phillips. Consultant Psychiatrist and the Leading UK authority on the Treatment of psychiatric and addictive disorders agrees quote our children are getting sexualize at younger ages than ever before graphic porn available on tech and video games damages the body images of children and the expectations of young people. Flip Video Games is he playing? Remember I. Don't remember a cloud and Tika stripping down and doing the business at the end of final fantasy seven there. There's more sex in games than ever before I was more sexy more sexuality. Sure. But that's no. There was actual sex scenes in. The in Stein game that I played recently I was surprised by. The chopper game what's IT called chopper game? Yeah. It's it's not a helicopter chopper. Bike Oh bikers like a bike gang. Yeah. But it was notoriously bad. I can't remember the name of it is this recent years? Yes. Okay. Not not heard of it but so there was actual sexual sex scenes in again. Yeah but they were fully clothed, which just made it worse. Really I'm trying to remember if there were. There were if there was nudity in these scenes, it was definitely like sex was going on. But if obviously, it wasn't like hard core porn or whatever. But it was like for me, I was kind of surprised. Because I don't play a whole lot of video games these days and I grew up in the eighties and the nineties when. This would have been unheard of right like when when, when hot coffee actually generated headlines, right coffee would have been in the next day that would've been the arts that would have been what was that grand theft auto vice city or senator? Or something like that. So yeah, that would have been the mid arts. But for me, it was surprising. WHOA. This is actually kind of risque to see that in a video game. was I mean I'm used to seeing violence in video games had not been used to seeing this level of sexuality before it happened more than once in the game. 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I'm murrow reporting for the liberty beat reminding you spread liberty with a smile. Entity, you're not even wearing ask people already know who you are. Well, bargaining can work explain. Is it not enough that I say takeoff spider man costume. Now I've got a bargain with my own child Jesus Christ. Center, sit down fit. Putting silence trump again, you don't like the silence trump do you. Better Spencer sit down right now I sit down your little pace or I will break your on. Perfect. Do you understand me? The onion news network. A. Talk. It's Free Talk Live Talk Radio that you control the only show where you can call and talk about anything that's on your mind to that toll-free number is eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three with you in the studio tonight, it's Aria it's in and what's on some people's minds evidently is the Internet and social media and just technology. Their. Google voice assistance and they're they're Amazon, assistance and. Just weird. Sexual leanings toward technology. Yeah I mean it's hard to imagine and I'm certainly somebody WHO's no stranger to technology I've it's been involved in my life forever. Basically I mean, I have to be on technology in order to be on this show in order try moat the show everything we do we couldn't do if it weren't for the Internet. Were big into crypto currency here on free talk live. So I mean how immersed in this constantly, but there's never been a time where I thought You know that computer voice sounds really sexy. Never. That's never really been using points assistance either do you know I don't I tried to do the Google? The Google one is Schuykill they call it assistant, I guess and. It won't even work for my calendar, which would be the most useful thing because like sometimes I'm driving around and I think, Oh, I gotta do this thing at this time and driving, it's not exactly safe to use the phone to. Enter it in manually to the calendar so it would be nice if I could actually tell it. Hey, you know add this to my calendar, but apparently, google restricts the APPs users. So we have freetalklive dot com hosted by a male end of that is for like Google handles are male right and I guess that gives you an access blake. So find logged in with freetalklive dot com email address. There's just certain things that they just haven't activated for the Google Assistant and one of those things as a calendar features so have access to that. Okay that's useless. It's basically useless I. don't like the idea that they're always on and I mean they could always be on any way in listening, but you wouldn't know. But one presumes that you know if someone would have discovered that as they have with some of the. The thermostats or something. Google's got nest. That was it yeah. They have their thermostats, but something was accidentally always. Always listening and I mean they were sued and they ended up fixing get I. Think I don't remember the exact details but presumably, if these things were actually listening all the time despite not being explicitly told to by activating one of these assistance, we would know and it wouldn't last very long but they could be listening anyway but I don't like the idea of thing going they're always listening. So they're interviewing here. This is a story written by a psychotherapist, and in this case they're talking with Dr Mike mcphillips consultant. Psychiatrist and leading K A thirty on the treatment of psychiatric and addictive disorders saying that children are being sexualize at younger ages than ever graphic porn is available on tech and video games, and it damages the body images of children and expectations of young people. Also says, it sets up a disconnect between intimacy with tech and human to human contact. The irony that our current clinical consultations are being conducted online is not lost on those of us in the business. Techno sexual fall into the trap of mistaken connections via tech with actual intimacy since techno sexual right messages ahead of dates, which often never take place or get set up and then canceled at the last minute and not just through fears of Corona. Virus Kovic is giving air cover to their fears and because tech can provide the illusion of intimacy many techno sexual convinced themselves that their intimate life. Is functioning when it really isn't now I saw a lot of this whole lot back when I was using. Greider not just assumed that it was because men no longer sector because it's so much easier just to do their own thing right when you say you saw this allow what do you mean? I mean people would like set things up and then there's ghost yeah and like regularly. Ninety nine percent of the time easily ninety nine percent of the time that that would be the result which is so tiny nine percent of the time on Grindr you would be ghosted. Yeah. Wow. Which is ultimately why just stopped using it it just wasn't worth the effort right? Right. That's a lot of failures. But that's that's largely what it was because for them, you know talking to someone and then doing their own thing it's felt good. Enough US good enough good enough. They felt like, Oh, well, you know this person was interested in me. So I'm interesting. Yeah. Done deal. Right they didn't have to meet you. Now, whether that actually translates into sexual things. I Don I mean we can't get into too much detail on that but like I mean, it's it's grinder. So they're certainly like some degree of sexting and things like that. So, they formed this this sexual relationship online through an APP, and then they do their thing and they're done and they feel like that's as good as actually me real person. Yeah and really getting that person off and that's pretty much. The same thing that this psychologist here is saying is that these people they develop these intimate relationships online, they never actually pursue them because for them the online version is good enough. I, think that's what we're talking about here. There's more though on face to face dates even socially distance ones which what's the point social distanced date that's apparently a thing now. The techno sexual can become overly anxious. The phone in the pocket or bag becomes a child security blanket something to be touched or looked at regularly to provide comfort. Techno sexual would go so far as to crowbar their tech into actual dates as much as possible using their phones to Google Trivia display photos, showcase APPs or total up the bill quote I appear really outgoing and engaged on dates admits jess who's thirty nine but really it's my smartphone performing not. ME, she says, you know for years. We've seen this with people going out on dates, but just business meeting or whatever going out with friends. The old challenge of putting the phones down in the center of the table and the first person to touch their phone has to pay for the entire bill to to try to I haven't seen that yet to try to discourage people from getting on their phone and getting distracted from the conversation but I don't know like. The interesting thing is to add the sexuality aspect to all this that there's something more going on for some people here than maybe was obvious. I know if it's surprising because as I was saying, you know you have all of these people who do live vicariously through social media through video games to run over crap through television whatever. So for these people to take that one step further. And achieve intimacy. Through the same thing that they're already achieving most of their human connectedness through or what feels like intimacy for them right to me it's not surprised mean that that interaction on social media isn't any more real than. Than these. Online or whatever it is a game. Once again or if a relationship petit appears to be progressing the avoidance side of sexual will kick. Explains the ghosting that you're talking about for once again, tech can save the day by offering an emotionless route to end things techno sexual think nothing of closing romantic prospects down either by personal text or ghosting ghosting in particular is classic Techno Sexual Behavior since they are unable to relate to the other person as a human being but rather as an object meanwhile for the partner of Techno Sexual, it's as if. It's as if quote, there are three of us in this marriage unquote many partners suffer in silence ashamed to admit to friends or counselors that their love rival the object soaks up all of their partners focus is a piece of tech. That's gotTa be Pretty Pretty Bummer Right Lego my God this but I love this person but they love their video games more than me. which the fault of the partner though I mean, that's the. It's not the fault of the partner who's being pushed aside for the video or the social media or the whatever they're just taking the brunt of it. Right. In that particular case Dr mcphillips is like me now treating an increasing number of married or partner techno sexual who have lost themselves in Webcam activity replacing normal sexual interest with something much darker quote the advent of online sex opens. Up Opportunities for mutually consenting exploration but in callous cases, my care I've seen one partner take it too far, and the relationship is then try damaged. He says, let's be clear. What do they mean by taking it too far it's clear what they're referring to there but perhaps the idea of rather than being. So again, they're treating people who are already married or partnered, but they're also techno sexual. Still. Getting into their online maybe cams they mentioned webcam activity, which suggests that maybe they are viewing webcams of like ham girls or something like that. It's cheating. 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Like world of warcraft or something sort of online game where you're in there with multiple players, you can chat with the players right Yeah, yeah, it real- harmless and stuff like that. But he showed up right after my husband died. It was weird. into her life through the video game right after your husband died or he actually came. Overseas. My Life. Okay. Thank. That's gone to me. I was playing my game I hadn't been chatting with anybody up until that point you know I just didn't play my game and my husband passes and then I'm playing the game to my mind off it. I'm home alone and all of the sudden get I mean this person we're chatting chatting and It was quite interesting the first year and then you go away for a while and then you come back you know he's got a habit of doing that kind of thing. Bay Much he's not real commute. You know he just say his feelings I would ask him to be the robot. You know. Who Know you know yeah I mean did you ever have any kind of further interaction outside of the game with him meaning? Did you ever do a video chat? We yeah. Yeah yeah I thought we got to see what he looks like stuff like that As as far as it went but I mean. It was it was very interesting and it's still there but I get frustrated. Because he you know it's like. You know he stays he cared. But he said he cares is that what you said I'm sorry couldn't. Be Really Cares about me Jackie loves me back. He's not. He doesn't communicate it a lot and this is for a game a phone thing where you've ever met them in person, but you've had a friendship since. March of nine nineteen. Nineteen. So okay. Frustrate. Does. This person have any interest in pursuing a relationship further or are you just like? Video game friends. Know he he doesn't even play on the game with me Well, can take through June now. Okay. Okay. Now, do you feel like this is going to go somewhere is that what you want to happen? Do you what does this mean to you? I could care about this person. Much has you know he's the only one I've put so much time and interest, and he was very nice cordial and very close there for a while. I don't think I'll ever see him in person is is this thing and I just asked him or if I sent you a ticket, would you actually come if you've ever answers a while back so I think it's a dead end to be honest with you and I'm older and he's Bit Younger, and I. Think I'm just climbing up the wrong tree, but you know it's frustrating 'cause I would like to like. My type. I mean for God's sakes I like surfer boy. He falls. I, mean they odds that you're gonNA encounter within a video game, the person who you're physically attracted to. Slim to none. Angel. I've gotTa tell you I'm worried because there are a lot of people online who would pretend to have a relationship with you and who would pretend to. Be Sure if he will send me the money, I will buy a cat what's actually going to ask because he ever asked you to send you some bitcoin. You know. Be Aware these people they're everywhere. They're scam artists online they're called Romance. involved. I've got my my border collie she entertained we'd play and you have no I don't need you know I. Don't needs a replacement. Because we had a relationship over the year and a half and you know if I was ever going to connect with somebody, it wouldn't it would be nice. You know that you're unrealistic and I don't think he would cause young and he probably plays you know other dangers you know whatever and has. Can more on you know. Girlfriend's. Boyfriend suspicious. Angel thank you so much for the call I. Hope it works out, but it sounds like this guy is more than like going nowhere. Yeah it's GONNA be a dead end. Well, let's going the fact. The fact is dudes halfway across the world. Yeah. He's not someone you find attractive. So. You know it's not going any further and nor should it you don't find the person attractive. So why would you wanNA spend any time doing anything else with that person? You know unless there's some other benefit that they can bring into your life well, I've connected with people emotionally that I wasn't necessarily attracted to and it wasn't like a romantic relationship with I wanted them to be part of my life. Okay. Would you pay for them to fly over to visit you from halfway across the world? No you don't want them that you don't want to be the. You don't want them involved that badly then. Sure, right? Yeah. Have at arm's length where they are. Yes. Yeah. But but then their existing digitally, they're they're not a real person to me. there. Just this imaginary person that exists largely in my mind theory they exist somewhere. Yes. Sure robot. A real person on the other end but the fact is that the image that I have of this person is one hundred percent warped by their ability to portray themselves in a certain way on social. Media. You can't control every look. You give someone in person, but trump can't control every angle from which they see you in person. Wearing a mask in which case they can't see you at all. Yeah. Or barely I couldn't take a massive person though. We aren't just argue Kosta socially distanced dating I kept. You know how does that even work like these online dating sites they encourage people to do online dates. It's like, no, that's not the same thing. So that's not a date. No, it's. I guess it's literally a date, but it's not it's a terrible date. If date has zero chance of moving to anything physical I, don't think it's a date. You have a good point because eventually they're going to have to not social distance, right? So what happens I mean like? 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Then they ghost people and what was the other option they used to get these relationships once they actually look like they may go somewhere they want to exist solely. In the digital world is that it's fine to them. And they have no need to allow that sexual world to interact with the real world to them. The digital world is one that matters as the entire world to them. To the extent, that's a good summary to the extent that they've forgotten that he meant to human interaction is thing and because they they don't interact with people they forget you know how good it actually is to interact with another human being. They spent so much time in the zoom meetings. They forget, Hey, you know what? It's better to actually sit across the table from you. Then it is to each seminar living-rooms having conversation on Zoom I totally agree with you that it is better and sadly the society with this whole cove insanity is making all of this worse because now now they're being reinforced. So these people existed before Cova but now covert and all the restrictions that have come up because of it are positively reinforcing their. Current value system in saying. Oh. Yes seeds the way things are going. This is the way everything is going you are on the cutting edge of this now and never mind those people what about the ones who were not techno sexual but because they spent the last four months not interacting with other human now they've forgotten what that's like and now to them that social world has become all that is and they have no further desire to go back to it to the real world. Yeah. Scary, we were talking about this idea of socially distance dating, which I just find to be absolutely ridiculous I mean. I I'm somebody who has no desire to reproduce whatsoever I. I had a vasectomy when was twenty three years old either I don't go on dates to reproduce but ultimately, that's what it's for for people right like. Having dates is to figure out who is the most compatible with you. So you can ultimately have sex with that person and have children and propagate the species. Ultimately the whole point of human dating and all of the things that accompany it right well now, socially distanced dating is apparently a thing and that means that eating work apparently, it means meeting online, which means not really at all a date in any way shape or form in my opinion, and it also means almost no chance of any kind of sexual activity because if you're not meeting, there's zero chance of sexual activity right and what is it like? I mean has. Anybody gone on one of these so-called socially distance dates I mean the person who you're on the other side of the table from presumably doesn't want you to touch them. So how do you get from Point A. which is beating the person to point Z. which is being together with that person in an intimate manner I just that to me is mind boggling because if somebody wants to go on a socially distanced date that suggests that they don't want you touching them. Would tend to agree point so that to me doesn't sound like a very interesting beginning to any kind of a relation maybe they just don't want you touching them until you're vaccinate until you get the trump vaccine. Dennis okay. Maybe the yeah. Maybe they have a certain set of. Requirements that must be met. I don't know what these people are thinking. I, don't understand it. Real. Honestly. I don't think they are I think they're just caught up in fear and they're trying to live lives as normally as they can while being terrified out of their mind. Yes. Well, let's go to the phones. We've got Dylan calling from New Hampshire Dylan you're on free talk live. With US below I can hear you hey, what's on your mind? I'm talking about environmentalism okay. environmental. Figured to volunteerism. Do you mean, how does protection of the environment? How is that? How does that figure into voluntarism? Yes in the ideal world if we're all you know old. Little groups. How can you figure out like if I don't if I'm working for myself and I polluted the river How does that figure out for yourself? Do you get water from the river? Sure yeah okay. What just killed yourself? Right? Well, he could pollute downstream. So. He can get all the good water and then the other neighbors downstream that presumes that there's no sort of mechanism for you know holding people responsible for their actions and I think that that's something people would want to have. So whether that be some sort of private. Court system or whatever that would end up looking like if you pollute someone's property, generally most people would agree that that's an actionable tort that you have a case against. Hold on hold on hold on. If I'm to hold them responsible for action. Wholesome responsible for polluting. doesn't that imply that? I've used use of force. Right. So you're getting you know you're in pretty deep in this example, which is fine but you have to understand we're we've got a paint this picture. So what you're describing is a world where there is no state there is no centralized monopoly over violence, right? That's the world you're talking about a volunteer sort of utopia world. That keeping his feet man. environmental science like one a one man. Well, let me let me say this that person polluting your river is causing damage to your property. If you have asked them to stop and they refuse to do it, they continue to damage your property. You are within your rights to defend yourself at your property. Is the river my property. River. Polluting your land it depends man it depends on what people agree with right. So in some places, you can own down firm. You is that your coffee or is that who whose property is down a river passes through my property than at a given moment of time, their water particles on my property that belonged to me. So is everything upstream your property? No, it's only my property when it's on my property. So. It. Depends on what people agree to. So some people don't agree on ideas about I'd like to answer the question you asked a question I'd like to give it a chance to get an answer out here. So I think what it matters what matters is, what people believe about property ultimately, and some people don't believe in property at all and we can't get along with those people. Those people are called Communists and they and and we do not get along and so we couldn't possibly I don't think exists in the same society so in. Order to have functioning society. You have to have some level of agreement about what property is. So maybe some people would agree with that while the water is on her property, it does belong to her however most people would also agree that you don't get to just siphon off one hundred percent of the river into your own little holding basin and not let anyone else down downstream had that. So like it's not that you have total control most I don't think most people would agree that you can do that right and I would agree that. I couldn't do that. Right. So I don't know could it I would agree that it was morally wrong. So is it really your property or is it just as sort of transient thing that's passing through your property I? Mean it's an interesting discussion but regardless, if you poison that water and that lottery polluted in some way, and that water then goes on other people's property than you have put by proxy polluted their their property as well because some of the soil for Sir absolutely, and maybe they were drinking that water as well and they are. Now, unable to to. So you've deprived them of that enjoyment. You've deprived them the beauty that the stream was now it's green and it's black it's ugly or whatever. Right. So there's all these things that can be could be done as far as bringing some sort of a case against these people. But then the question really becomes what does the justice system look like in a volunteer world and that is a whole other question and a whole other ball of wax. So many people have folks this it's not something that can be tackled off the. 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We've got Tom Calling from New Hampshire, Tom you're on free talk live yes and Labor Day weekend is over. And Autumn begins in two weeks on September twenty second at thirteen thirty one greenwich mean time. When do you estimate that keen New Hampshire will get its official first snowfall of two thousand twenty. I don't take this matters in one way to any of our audience. Well you're already gone back in, January? Ha that was what he called in for it. Yeah. That was. Jesus. Tom That's embarrassing. I'm embarrassed for you dude. You want to take the next one. You want me to take the next thing you want to take John. All right we've got James from Arizona. James here to. Allah. Janet, listen on hold man. You can't listen on the radio or it'll be delayed. What are you doing? James. Apparently. He's not paying any attention whatsoever. Are you having a stroke dude? Oh, well moving right along into technology James tried man you did you were even Matan how? against all of our better judgement and against all the sanity and goodness in the world, we gave you yet another chest to say something on national radio. Well, if you WANNA talk about sanity, here's another line. That's a real winner from this story about Techno Sexual, which we are done with. But again, talking about these folks that seem to have again, we're both brand new to this tonight. I had never heard it before I've never heard the story but it does seem to be about people who get some form of satisfaction whether it's sexual or not, or just sort of pleasure in general from their interactions with these devices interactions with these websites getting likes and and things like that. that. Somehow this is for them a replacement for real intimacy. With another human being and here's a quote from again they focused on three or four different folks. In this particular story this is Graham he's forty-two. He's an accountant and has been married for two years. So again, there's the types of what they call techno sexual who aren't in a relationship except with their tech, they're not in any sort of meaningful relation but then there's all then there's these other people who are this guy's married, right? So he has a wife. He says quote, my wife can't understand why I resist being intimate with her but I can't admit that I'm terrified of getting close. But this is his wife. That's what's so shocking about this. Why are you married dude? How did you get married without being close to her? That's what I don't understand. I mean I can understand why. Did. They social media did the did the digital the technology that I drive a wedge into your marriage and now you're like? Sleeping on the couch each night and you're like I don't know how to fix this if so the solution is pretty simple damn. Phone down. Yeah. Put the game down. Go in without the phone to the bedroom and just try something. You know try snuggling or whatever. Maybe that'll lead from one thing to the next and then who knows you might have a relationship again I don't know how would imagine some sort of apology is going to be an order like A. Starts cuddling I imagine she's willing I want a divorce. Yeah. Let's talk. If you go in there and you're like, Hey, look. I got a problem and I'm ready to address that. Can you help me? Yeah. That'd be the way to go here. Dude. So Yeah and it's like maybe they. It's just hard to understand how somebody could get married. And I guess I could see if they'd had an intimate relationship and then it being broken up by video game addiction or something like that that that. Sure. Yeah that to me. Is something that we think we're like five maybe seven right and even then a like he uses the term resist being intimate with her. And then he says he's terrified of getting close. So, had you ever been intimate with her? Were you intimate with her prior to getting married because I would I would hope that you work because otherwise, why did she marry you? Maybe he's super wealthy or something you know there's something else going on here. Why would a person want to marry another person to whom they are not or with whom they're not intimate in any way shape or form I know there are like Christians who do this sort of thing There's one married. Christian. Couple they've they've been married now for I think. Several years and they've never. They've never. Consummated. Thank you. They never consummated their marriage and. It's a stupid as you would expect and to address these things like when he was when the guy was feeling, he would eat eat an entire raw potato, right? Sanity you have to go through in order to avoid close physical intimacy with someone to heal. You probably would not eat a whole potato. That's just bizarre but I mean, why would you want to get married to someone I mean even in the Christian worldview and not have sex with them Any any physical intimacy with. Right. Because I could understand there are people who are called a sexual 's right like an sexual as somebody who has no desire for sexual contact whatsoever because they get married. I. Presume they do. But here's my question Sh- doesn't a sexual have desire for. Because there is a difference right there between being intimate with somebody and sex. I mean, they're close they're both intimate sex is certainly an intimate. There are non intimate ways of of doing it. You Know Glory or whatever. Without going further, but you know just so bizarre to hear these these folks that are in relationships and quote terrified of getting close to his own life, and that's not that doesn't mean terrified having sex with his own wife it just means terrified of being intimate with her. I cannot imagine how that happened. the good news is according to the article that help is available. Techno sexual can embark on one to one therapy or if you suspect your partner or date prefers their tech to you speaking up for yourself is important to clarify what is and isn't acceptable to you or suffers can take up daily meditation practice such as the meditation. taught by some people to develop an enhanced awareness of their own body and emotions. If we're not careful mindful, even tech has the power to tempt all of us to invest too much time a quote virtual unquote life at the expense of our real one now whether. You're attack no sexual or not. That's a real threat I think to everybody these days is that tech is. A reality and that that endangers human relationships. Well, it clearly doesn't the covid nonsense is not helping me now what's normal? Human relationships aside in order to pursue these digital ones. Now it's normal and not even look at other humans humans to instead look at them as these disease-carrying. Pests play. grabby. Playground is what they're calling us. When we had the I didn't make it to. But when you had the anti mass, you didn't have it. But when there was an anti mask rally here in keene someone was posting on in this digital world is is going to corona past because I want to know who the plague ridden rats are and how to avoid them and says nonsense this is not out of human anymore you're arete? Yeah. Early on in this pandemic China had size up that said something horrific like every single person you see a ghost waiting to kill you and things like that. It's like this. This is not a healthy way for a social animal to act. This is widespread and sanity. If you understand that humans are social animals being the most anti-social that could possibly be in the year twenty twenty because they're so terrified of dying of this disease that doesn't seem to. Be, killing very many people that they refuse to live I. Don't see the point in it. What is the point of dating if you can't procreate and what is the point of living if you can't actually live if you're not going to get close to a person I, don't I don't understand. Yeah. At that point, you might as well, just sit at home playing world of put on your Tron mask or whatever I've never seen trod but put reality yeah. And Lincoln Limited only by living in the present is a person free. Let go of unhealthy Tacna sexual behavior to continue using tech healthily instead of dominating warping their lives but you gotta stay on top of it. You can't let it take control. It's not easy now too many people do many people don't pay attention to these things as they can imagine, that's what happened with this. Married couple that notice it, and then suddenly it was too late man and they didn't know how to go back. Thanks for listening. 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We have an update about him. You said, yes, you want to hear that. Absolutely this is from the daily beast dot com out of London whereas you may be aware Julian assange is currently facing extradition hearing. So he's in custody has been in custody since they grabbed him. Out of the Ecuadorian Embassy where he had been staying for something like six or seven years since I think twenty twelve, they snapped him up back in what was it twenty nineteen if I recall correctly and they had him in custody ever since So in a few weeks or months Judge Vanessa. Biarittz Sir will rule on whether Julian assange can be taken to the United States to face a string of serious espionage charges. So it's probably a good idea for him to stay in her good graces says the daily beast, but Tuesday, the second day of the wikileaks founders extradition hearing in London, which was delayed for months by the coronavirus pandemic berate Sir delivered a forceful warning to assange that he will be removed from court for good if he can't keep his thoughts to himself while witnesses are delivering their evidence, assange had reportedly shouted out nonsense during the hearing. Well, he shouted out the word that's. Nonsense. I thought he was being accused of battling. was he said nonsense during the hearing when the lawyer representing the United States told a witness that the wikileaks founder was facing extradition not for handling leaked documents but for releasing the names and endangering us informants clearly displeased by the outbursts, berates are told the son who is in the dock that he must not speak out even when he inevitably disagrees with the position of the prosecution team. If you interrupt proceedings and disrupt a witness who is properly giving their evidence is open to me to continue without you in your absence. This is obviously not something I wished to do i. Am therefore giving you a clear warning the judge added quote I understand you'll hear things you disagree with and you'd like to contradict and speak about these things yourself but this is not your opportunity to do so. The morning came after the founder of the legal charity reprieve told the court that grave violations of law including the use of drones for targeted strikes in Pakistan, as well as alleged US warcrimes in Afghanistan and Kuantan of Bay had been exposed in the documents published by wikileaks, James Lewis whose representing the United States hit back that the case was not about the usefulness of the documents in the US charges revolve around the publication of the names of the informants in Iraq and Afghanistan that had put their lives in danger. It was Lewis's rebuttal that provoked assange outburst. It was just the second day of a four week hearing. Now our weeks. Are they doing this in an actual courtroom? Is it a pandemic hearing? It sounds like it's in an actual courtroom. Okay. Well, that's because otherwise muted has microphone. So apparently, it's being taken at the Old Bailey where the wikileaks founder is fighting extradition to the US to face an eighteen count indictment on espionage charges assange. Of course, as you may know, embarrassed the US government a decade ago by publishing thousands of confidential American documents assange supporters see as a journalist and a champion of free speech, an argument which has been adopted by his attorneys. In the early days of the hearing, he is facing a maximum of one hundred and seventy five years in prison. Now, some has obviously a journalist. And I don't know what what else he could be. If not a journalist, well, they're trying to paint him as some sort of dastardly spy. For giving away information. That was confidential or whatever. But yeah, I mean he's doing the job. He signed an agreement to keep it confidential did not. No he didn't. He's a journalist and he did a journalist would do, which is report the information that he was given I don't think any of those points will save him from behind on either by states. So the best thing that can happen to him is if The United Kingdom refuses to extradite now supposedly and I am not researched this myself but somebody had had reported previously that the UK has some sort of rule against extraditing somebody to a place where they will face certain death for the punishment of the thing that they've that they've done and one hundred and seventy five years is certain death so You Know I. Don't know if that's going to be a point that they can make to try to stop him from being extradited just on that that rule alone. But apparently, they're expecting this hearing to last for four weeks. Just to be surprised if it doesn't last longer the determination of whether or not to extradite him from the United States is a four week long hearing so Anyway he's been yelled at by the judge day number two. Well, let's go to the phones who've got Adrian Calling from South Carolina Adrian you're on Free Talk. Live. Hi. How you doing? Hey, what's on your mind? Just wanted to call in because I've actually previously a couple of months ago. Had A run in with mark edge on facebook. Where we had we had words. applegate book. Yes, they do and I'm actually the founder of the voluntariness ministry on facebook. something I did over five years ago and. we're actually all over date ministers. There's seven of us. And Created the group for like a stepping stone for people moving into the Liberty Movement. Okay. Same voluntarism. I'd be not the goal at the end. Liberty Movement. That's right. That's right. Volunteerism is the the golden rule. In action. That is exactly what we're after, and so so we'll run in with mark about. I don't even remember it was something very trivial actually. Wasn't really worth mentioning then. I mean I'm just thinking, I, I met mark found out about free talk live for him. I didn't know who he was, but we were friends on facebook and so and I'm friends with nobody and we've been there's nobody talking today and that was pretty interesting So I just wanted to call in and say, l., and Kinda Kinda make a I call. to say, hello, you guys I appreciate what you do listening for the last two months. So, tell us a little more about this ministry group. So we're secularly, we have nothing to do with religion whatsoever the ministry is to preach nonaggression principle, peaceful parenting and self ownership. And that's what we do. Where are you based out of? about Charleston South Carolina area. Politically. Somerville. and. New Hampshire. I'm thinking about it but I hate snow. Yeah. Is it not snowing South Carolina. I don't know the Climate Charleston Charleston area today was eighty seven degrees. So eighty five degrees here today. Yeah. It's amazing. They've got so cool down here but no, we get. We get snow about once every seven to ten years. So we had a we had a pretty big ice storm about two two and a half years ago. but usually in December running around in shorts and t shirts. So it's Mississippi I will say that the snow is not as bad as you would expect it to be the code is pretty bad. The cold sucks. But snow itself is nowhere near as big an issue as you would expect, but it's nice to be around more volatile than you can shake a stick at. Yes that would be really nice I I. I've just met somebody today from free themselves who lives in the area and we're going to beat up on Friday night Friday afternoon down here in Charleston and I think I it's it's it's good to grow and grow your network and find out that there are more people who believe like you do volunteers. Did you vote for on the last ballot on which you voted? There were no volunteers. Today. Really. As today I don't I don't know of any voluntary except the. Ran For office Paul. I'd call them a terrorist. Ron Paul's evolved. Yeah there's no doubt about I think he would call himself that I think we'd asked him about that before hey, look with your administrative man I appreciate it Ed. Your and thank you so much for the call it. Yeah. Good luck with the ministry, but you would be way more successful successful with that here in New Hampshire and said, you know we voted for like five volunteers today and you're just not going to get anywhere else. 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Now in other stories there seems to be a lot happening Julian assange getting yelled at by a judge there's the Edward Snowden thing and I I'm sure that's been talked about here on free talk live within the last week or so because we're talking about pardoning him no, I didn't know that Oh. Yeah. I will. He hasn't said he's going to yet but trump has said he's considering it You didn't hear about that. No, I do. This was like two or three weeks ago. This is in light. The court ruling that the essay surveillance set court had ruled about that. Okay. Court ruling you're referring to just came in very recently I assumed in. Okay. Within a couple of weeks ago heads made a statement publicly that he was considering a he was actually answering a question by news person I think and that was when he revealed that he was considering pardoning Edward Snowden. That he had heard good arguments he said on both sides. Okay. Well, here's a Supreme Court or. Court ruled et but here's a court argument on Court of Appeals to believe it was on snowden inside saying that. Yes. In fact, the NSA was breaking the law Yep. That's right which the law is pretty broad and allows them to do pretty much anything they want the fact that they will. That's newsworthy in and of itself I didn't know they trope Ed. Season he's teasing about it. I don't want to vote for trump I don't either. If he pardoned snowed in man, I'll have to yeah, I said I would i. said if if trump pardons snowden or or Ross Albrecht, probably assange one of the one of them I would be happy to to vote for him in that case because that's a pretty big deal to do I of those three guys. And so here's the other news that was this is this what set military industrial complex after him. was his was his being Open to the possibility a pardoning a snowden. No I wouldn't say they're after him per se but they're definitely mad now now that he's said what he said over the weekend he was at a press conference on Labor Day where he said that he has the support of the troops but not their bosses quote I'm not saying the military is in love with me the soldiers are the top people in the Pentagon probably aren't. Less. Because he has said, yes, it's a start a war. He said further quote because they WANNA do nothing but fight wars so that all those wonderful companies that make the bombs make the planes and make everything else stay. Happy. But we're getting out of the endless wars unquote. This is Donald Tronto trump on labor day weekend at a press conference to get to appeal to Libertarians. He's a billionaire WHO's antiwar in this particular primary primarily libertarians. Here, there's some antiwar liberals out there but you know trump talk is cheap at all you. You've been president for four years. Now I don't see it likely that you're going to actually end any of these wars I don't think so either, but I'll give him credit where credit's due he has been less Warri than his previous. He has not started any and he's done a little bit of like De. There was this I think it was Syria there was like a Syrian situation where he said basically to stand down, not bomb some people think Syria there was, of course, his negotiations with Kim Jong Hoon to breeze soon, the Korea's which no one in American presidency has ever spoken in person like that with. Somebody from north. Korea. With a North Korean dictator like that Now ultimately, nothing's happened I mean the there's nothing has come that but you know it was a gesture in in a positive direction so and we have not gone to war with North Korea. Yeah that's right. So I don't know I mean it could be worse. It could be a lot worse. It could have been hillary who seemed to have. He's she seemed to she wants to grind wanted war with Russia that's for sure. Yeah. And trump seemed to want one with China I don't know whether or not. He still beating a dead horse but. At least during the two, thousand, sixteen election he certainly was so I will agree he is. The least warmongering president that we've had in a while and then as a result John Bolton, who was his circuit defense secretary or whatever for some amount of time this total war Hawk guy that trump ended up firing Bolton has come out on the attack against trump for saying these things. Oh, how dare he attacked the General's Dare he go after the military brass, but these statements are factually true. They do want to continue paying Lockheed Martin for all of those bombs and fighter jets. Well, here's the other interesting thing. That's tied in with this is I saw on I follow Edward Snowden on twitter. And I saw snowden had posted yesterday he had posted a little clip. Or like an image snap snap of a Glenn, Greenwald's twitter account that Donald Trump had re tweeted something that Glenn Greenwald had written a Glenn Greenwald for those that don't know is the guy who broke the snowden story back in two thousand thirteen. Okay. Greenwald at the time was writing for the. Guardian. And he since moved on to a different website called the intercept but Greenwald is you know he's a lefty, but he's still absolutely right on privacy issues and things like that. So the fact that DONALD TRUMP RE tweeted. Glenn. Glenn Greenwald just on its own is unusual and worth noting but what he re tweeted. is also worth talking about. So this story is coming from Rt.. And trump assist deleted the tweet right trump has deleted the re tweet so he can't delete Glenn Greenwald's tweet but what Glenn Greenwald posted that was re tweeted by trump was this. Here's a lesser known part of Eisenhower's farewell address. He had sixteen minutes on TV to warn Americans of what he thought they needed to know and used primarily to emphasize the dangers of Pentagon growth weapon spending and the threats of endless war you remember that speech where the military industrial complex whether salt or unsal how. The president who created the military, industrial complex admitted the existence. Well, he didn't create it but he able to it. So in that speech, that's what Glenn Greenwald posted to his twitter that's what trump re tweeted. The same weekend as he is talking trash against the military brass and outing the military industrial complex publicly in a statement on his Labor. Day speech. He Re tweets Glenn Greenwald with the with the Eisenhower speech, and then here's the other thing that happened twenty twenty a weird year man lend Greenwald. Then changed his name on twitter to pardon snowden. So that way, it looked like trump was re tweeting. SNOWDEN and suspect that's why trump deleted it. I suspect so. Was Snowden took a screen shot of that of partisan. retweeted by Donald Trump nine and snowden said does this mean he's made his disease made up his mind. So Well I hope he makes up his mind to me too and I hope he makes the decision to pardon snowden. Wouldn't it be interesting though let's to see trump go hard antiwar before the election I would love that yeah, and maybe he seems to be doing that. To attack the military industrial complex as the president of the United States. is saying. Saying things but still there is time for him to do things that if that's what he wants, and that's what I would love to see. Do something trump you're the president hopes up eight, five, five, four, fifty free as in freedom. Free Talk Live is aired on nearly two hundred radio stations throughout the week, and we've been doing this for almost eighteen years. You can call in evening from seven PM to ten PM Eastern to talk about whatever's on your mind. Sure. 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Hope the Audio Broadcast Ministry of Pastor Rick Warren Today we. With the series called forty days in the word in these lessons, Rick teaches us what it means to not just be hearers of the word but also doers of the word in just a few moments. We're going to tell you how you can get the DVD study kit of this great series and you can take a sneak peek at this valuable. Tool. By going to pastor Rick Dot Com while you listen to today's message that's Pastor Rick Dot com or just text the word daily two, eight, hundred, six, hundred, five, thousand, four that's the word daily two, eight, hundred, six, hundred, five, thousand, four right now. Here's Pastor Rick Warren with part one of a message called seen what God wants me to see. If, you've ever thought this. You know I just never get anything out of the Bible. When I read it, it's just flat out boring. I don't get anything out of it. It seems dry I don't understand it. It doesn't make sense I. Don't know what the big deal about it is. It seems like a closed book to me. If you've ever felt that way. You picked a good week in the gun to church. Because I'M GONNA explain why the Bible is a closed book to you and how God wants to open it up and how you can start seeing what God wants you to see. The fact is the Bible is a difficult book if you don't understand the principle of illumination, that's what we're going to talk about this week. Now Week One, we talked about inspiration. The seven reasons you know that you can trust God's word that this is not just a human book. It is the actual word of God. It is God's word to us and the seven reasons we know that. Then, last week we looked at foundation the seven reasons God gave his word what he wants to do with it in your life how it makes a difference what the Bible was given for this week, we're going to look at the issue of illumination. Earlier. This week I had to go over to Lowe's to buy a new lamp for my study I. Obviously spend a lot of hours reading and studying and I've had this really, very strong halogen lamp. which is extremely bright and makes everything really clear and I loved it. But this last week it just died on me not the bulbs but the actual lamp itself. So I went over to Lowe's to buy one of these new study lamps and the only lamps that they had for study with these newfangled ones that only used the new wimpy light bulbs. You know the ones that are like one third as bright as the others, the brighter the bulb the clearer you see isn't that true brightness increases clarity and that the more light the more you could see that's why if you WanNa, get a picture taken a portrait made of yourself. You don't WanNa Bright Click light on you because it's GONNA show every mouth formation every blemish every wart, every temple everything in your face no, you want the less light. Now this is true when it comes to God's word the more light more enlightened your mind the more illuminated, your mind. The more you're going to get out of God's word it's not just the Bible. It's illumination. Now, what is it on your outline? Here's the definition of elimination leading the Holy Spirit show me the meaning of God's word, and how it applies to my life illumination is leading the Holy Spirit. Show me the meaning of God's Word and how it applies to my life. You know before Jesus went back to heaven. He said I'm going back to Heaven after the resurrection but I'm GonNa, send my spirit to live with you and live you the Holy Spirit, and one of the things that the holy skirts job is to do is to illuminate the Bible help. You see things in this book that you would not otherwise see, and if you don't have that, you're gonNA miss a lot on the Bible. It's kind of like. Christmastime when I bought my grandkids all these gifts, a lot of the gifts said batteries not included. Well the toy with a battery not included is still a toy, but it doesn't have its full potential. Okay because you've gotTa have the power to make that little toy run. And God says not only have I given new revelation but I've given you inspiration. That's the power to interpret to understand to see things that you've never seen before and this is the holy. Spirit's job. Let me show you some versus John Fourteen twenty. Six Jesus said. The counselor, the holy, Spirit whom the father will send in my name. We'll teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you. He says he's going to teach you and remind you what have I said you that's what this is. The Bible is what God has said to us what Jesus said to us John Fourteen seventeen, he is the Holy Spirit who. Leads into truth is a Holy Spirit that leads to understand what the truth is in the word of God John Sixteen Fifteen, the spirit will take from what is mind that's the words of Jesus and make it known to you. It is the elimination of the revelation. It is God spirit saying this is what this means in your mind as you read it, that makes it known to you. If Asians, one seventeen, I ask the glorious. And God of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Give you his spirit and the Holy Spirit? and. The spirit will make you wise. And let you understand what it means. To Know God circle the phrase, let you understand the holy. Spirit will make you wise and let you understand what it means to know. God. This is the batteries included. This is the power part of revelation. What am I saying? See this book writer. It's supernatural not only in that it is God's word but this is the only book you'll ever have where you can talk to the author while you're reading it. You will never read any other book where you can talk to the author while you're reading it. And that's called illumination and as I read this book I say Lord Holy Spirit what does this mean? What does it mean to me? How can it make a difference in my life? How am I supposed to use this today and the Holy Spirit whispers in my ear? He puts thoughts he puts impression he opens my eyes he illuminates he lightened the light goes on in my mind and go oh, that's what that's all about. And you could ask, what did he mean here? How does this work? How does elimination work? We'll look in the next verse Fusion Chapter One Verse Eighteen, and Nineteen explains it. I pray also that the eyes of your heart. is in. My heart Y- explain that in a minute. I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened. Illuminated. In order that you may know. The hoped, which is called you. And the riches of his glory inheritance in the saints. And his income terribly great our. For us who believe now I want you to circle the phrase, the eyes of your heart. What's he talking about there? When you were born physically everything you learn in life comes through the five senses that God gave you. When you're born, God gives you five senses here taste smell and feel and everything you experience in your entire life for as long as you live, you'll experience on earth through the five senses that God gave you hear touch taste smell and feel if you don't have those, you don't experience anything. Now. That's when you're physically born when you're spiritually born again when you are reborn into God's family when you are saved when you become personally acquainted with God you develop a relationship with Jesus when you are born again, God gives you a second set of census and you get spiritual ears to hear some things you never heard before. And you get spiritual eyes and all of a sudden you start see some things about life. You didn't see before and all of a sudden you feel some things that you didn't feel before. These are the eyes of your heart. The spiritual sense of see you actually live in two worlds. There is the spiritual world which we cannot see. God and angels, and all of that, and then there is the physical world which we can see now actually the spiritual world created the physical world this virtual world has lasted longer than the physical world it will outlast the physical world one day. Everything's going to vanish here. This building will crumble this couple fall apart the table will decay rust whatever. Physical things don't last they are temporary. But God and his angels and the spirit inside is going to last forever. So actually the spiritual world is more real than the physical world you just can't see it. Unless God opens your eyes to see things that you would not normally see that's called illumination. Now, it says I pray the eyes of your heart that's your spiritual eyes will be enlightened circle the word enlightened. That word in Greek is the word fo- tease Oh we get the word photo from it. What is the photo? It is an image of light on a piece of paper or digitization. It is an image of wife and to enlighten means to shine the light on something. And what it means when you're reading the Bible all sudden Monday though the light bulb comes on in your life go Bam. Never seen that before it's the. Moment you go. Whoa I've read that verse a lot of time never seen that before that's exactly what I needed. That's exactly what I needed today right now to encourage me to help me to know which way to go. Wow. Eureka I found it I get it. Yes. I understand it that. Is Elimination. Now. For many of you that has never happened in your life as you've read the Bible you just read words Blah Blah. Blah, Blah Blah Blah. And you've never had one of those. Wow. That's exactly what I needed. I needed that from the Bible. Wow. I always wanted to know what the answer was. Now I know that's aluminum. That's when the batteries are included. And, you read the revelation and the spirit does the illumination and you go get it. Some of you that's happened in frequently. where it's happened every once in a while I'm going to teach you. Today how to make this a regular part of your daily Bible? Reading. So, that more than just print on a piece of paper you're going to read the Bible. It's going to come alive you. That is good. That is wonderful and I never saw that before and I needed and It's God speaking directly to me when that happens your spiritual eyes are open and that's called illumination. Now, what actually happens when God opens my spiritual eyes I, WanNa spend the majority of today's message on that and I'm GonNa tell you four stories from the Bible that illustrate this and then at the end I'm just to very quickly in about five minutes give you the five ways to. How to do this in your life but let's look first at the benefits because when God begins to illuminate your mind and you learn how to cooperate with the holy. Spirit all of a sudden they're all kinds of really cool benefits in your life. You're going to want these. You might write them down number one I when God. Spiritual eyes. When I see things as he wants me to see them I, see the solution to my problem. That's the first thing that happens I see the solution to my problem. Now the story we're going to look at is in Genesis Chapter Twenty one you might write genesis twenty, one down. It's the story of Sarah and Abraham and Hagar and their sons, Isaac and Ishmael. Now. You know this story that God promised. Abraham that he would be the father of a great nation, the nation of Israel and that God would give him a son to be the air to this great nation. At Ninety years of age Abraham's still doesn't have a son. This is a problem. And Abraham goes this is a problem and Sarah said, you're not kidding it's a problem. It's big problem. SO SARAH COMES UP WITH PLAN B. And Sarah says to Abraham she look I'm too old baby. God's promise to give up why don't you do this? Why don't you take my assistant my handmaiden Hagar and she'll be a surrogate mother and you have a baby through her. Abram God great idea. Great Idea Sarah and so Hagar gets pregnant. With Abraham, this is not God's plan. This is Sara's plan. But. The little baby is born and he's a little baby and they name him. Ishmael. And Ishmael begins to grow up and Abraham holds up Ishmael before God and says God you have given me the promised boy. And guys are. That's not my plan that Sarah's plan. He now I love this spiel and he's a good kid and I'm gonNA. Make him a great nation to he's not the promised miracle boy. Later by a Miracle Sarah does get pregnant and she has a little boy named Isaac who becomes the father of the Jewish nation by the way Ishmael becomes the father of the Arab Nations Ishmael is the father of all the Arab nations today. Now Sarah gets upset and she starts getting jealous and she's thinking ish meals a little bit older. He's the firstborn. He's probably going to get the inheritance Abraham's favor him and she gets jealous and she kicks out Hagar and her young baby son. Says you guys are out here. You're no longer my sister get out of here and she kicks him out into the desert and we pick the story up in Genesis Chapter. Twenty one, verse fourteen it says this. Early, the next morning Abraham took some food and a skin of water you know they made. Of. Animal Skins in those days and gave them to Hagar. And they set them on her shoulders. He he sent her off with the boy. He's kicking her out of the House. And she went on her own and wandered in the desert. Wandered in the desert, a bear Sheba. And when the water in the canteen was gone She put the little boy ishmail under one of the bushes. and. She went off and sat down near by about a bow shot away for she thought I cannot watch this little boy die. They're not only starving to death. They're they're dying of thirst out in the desert. I cannot watch just boy died, and as she sat there nearby she began to sob this is a very tragic scene. Of Rejection now God heard the little boy crying. And the Angel of God called the Hagar from Heaven and he said to her what's the matter? Hagar. Do not be. Afraid Is heard little boy crying allies their lift up the boy and take him by the hand for I will make him. into a great nation and he did all the Arab nations came out, of Ishmael. And we pick up the store and verse nineteen on your outline and it says there then God opened her eyes circle that phrase God opened her eyes. And she saw a well of water. So she went and she filled the skin a canteen with water and gave the boy a drink. And as you know, they survived that event and she went on and Ishmael became the follow father of all the Arabs. Here's the point. She had the solution right in front of her this well of water, but she couldn't see it until God opened her eyes illuminated her mind. hoped her see it from a different perspective. I don't know what problem you're going through right now. But you've got problems in your life. You've got frankly I. don't see any way around this. There's no answer to it. I can't see the solution I. Just One Dead End after that I cannot see the solution you need to have your mind illuminated you need the holy spirit to enlighten your mind you need him to open your spiritualize eyes. So you can see the solution in God's word you're never gonNA, see the solution that you're prob on your own you've tried and you I don't see how we're going to get out of this but you need to see it from God's point of view and when God opens Your Eyes Uc, the resources that were literally right there in front of you. But. You didn't see him. Story number two. The second benefit of having your eyes spiritually open is I see the barrier to my progress. I not only see the solution to my problems but I see the barrier to my progress. You have some things you've been wanting to do in your life and you've been wanting to start a business or start a family. Or get out of debt or you've had some goal or some dream, and you've won one and you've been trying to make progress on it but you just keep up against an invisible wall and his I don't get it. I'm trying the best I can. I'm doing the best I can. I'm not making any progress. You need have your eyes open your eyes illuminated. Now, the story that gives a good example of this is in numbers chapter twenty two you might write that down numbers twenty two and it's the story of a guy named Bela Bela. M- was a prophet of God. He was a man of God. But falem decided and agreed to help the bad guys and this tipped. Off. Wait a minute Belan you're supposed to be my representative and you're going to go help the bad guys. And so as Falem starts on his journey to go help the bad guys, God puts an angel in his pathway and blocks progress only belan can't see the angel and so he doesn't know what's going on but his barrier to his progress was invisible and he could not see it. So He's head off on this journey to go out the bad guys. We pick up the store in verse twenty, two, numbers twenty two. The God was furious. The bail was going. So he sent the angel of the Lord to stand in the road to block Bailey's way. Now Bela Donkey actually saw the angel. Standing in the road withdrawn sword in his hand, the dog has he had failed in and the donkey bolted off the road into a field. Out of fear but Belan beat the donkey and turned it back on the road as funny Belan can't see what's going on but the donkey Chan. And he says, you know this angels in the Middle Road with a big story because I'm not going there and the donkey's pretty smart he goes off into the ditch. Bela beats the donkey. He gets angry about the donkeys fault. He can't see what? What's. Out. there. So then second time says then the angel, the Lord stood at the place where the road narrowed. This is the second time. The road narrowed between two vineyard wall. So it's getting very narrow. and. The Angel Lord stood in the middle. Now, when the donkey saw the angel of the Lord Standing there, it tried to squeeze by the angel. And crashed Belem's foot against the wall we always get hurt. When we're trying to do something that God doesn't want us to do. We always get our foot crushed. We always get hurt and bail 'em doesn't see what's going on Belan. Looks at the dunk why'd you do that? Why'd you run against the long break my leg And he says, he beat the donkey again he's angry. Third Time. Then, the Angel Lord moved farther down the road and stood in a place so narrow that the donkey could not even get by. This time when the donkey saw the angel, it just lay down under bail them. Smart Donkey. I give up, he just collapses and he gives up in a fit of Rage Bible says Bela beat it again with his staff. Now. We pick up the story on your outline verse Thirty One. Then the Lord opened. Lum's is circle that phrase this is the elimination he opened Baylor is and now Bailey saw what the problem was. He saw the angel of the Lord standing in the road with his sword drawn. No Way Jose you're not passing this way. So what does Bailey do now is rope. He bows down low and he falls down face down any worship. God. Now that is a very strange strange strange story. But here's the point. You have plans in your life that aren't working out and you try to go this way you get blocked and you try to go this way and you get blocked and you try to go this way and you get blocked and you're getting mad at everybody else. You're mad at your wife you're mad at your husband, you're beating your donkey. You're taking it out on your your kids. You're talking about your your boss behind his back and on and on and on, and you're mad at everybody because you can't see what the real problem is. God is blocking that issue. He is trying to keep you from making a serious mistake and God said I'm not GonNa, let you go down that road and no matter how much you beat your head against the wall. I'M NOT GONNA. Let you go down that road 'cause I love you too much and you're gonna be stopped by it. This is pastor rex daily. Ho- We're so glad you're with us today. 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This book of judges is proving to be one of the most interesting books we've taken up. We took it up. Really is a better schedule in our reviewing into the historical books but. It's really startling to realize that the period of the judge. Is Characterized by statements. There was no king in Israel. Everybody did what was right in their own is that as an indictment of its low morality and so on. The. Word of God was disparaged discarded. And they were in bondage. was astonishing is to realize how prophetic the book of judges turns out to be. Because those four characteristics are today. There is no king in Israel. There's a king coming. Not Expecting. Everyone's doing the right. What's in their own is this value relativism is standard in our country. It's our cultural basis. Now you have your truth, I have mine kind of nonsense. There's a disregard for the word of God the Biblical illiteracy even when. Christians. Is. Astonishing. But praise God spirit is moving. and. Our culture is in bondage. Binds to lies and deceit. Monitor the most unbe. They believe the most unbelievable live all the absence of design in the universe the whole concept. Anyway I want to start. Let's move on. One other interesting aspect is the book just by way of Review? Be Getting in the book of judges. Joshua's told to. Land and he did. But they were also told to wipe out every man woman and child certain tribes. And they failed to do that. And those pockets. Of appeasement grew to pockets of strength and pockets of us to them. And, the book of judges goes through. The penalties of them, not doing what God told them to do. What is fascinating is to realize the geography of the book of judges I've left the maps out we're going to do that near the special reviews. But the primary places. That they failed to root out enemies. Whose Jericho capital bet. Yard the House of Moon God. The Golan Heights. Ever on. Ramallah the Gaza Strip. That sound familiar to sound like it's out of the front pages of today's paper. Those are the same pockets of their adversaries to this day. Interesting. Book of judges I think there's more to be discovered here than most prophecy buffs have ever been look at. But anyway tonight we are in a sense just trailing the incredible saga of Gideon who had his forces whittled down by God himself so that no one could but God could take credit for the incredible victory that was delivered. We went through all of that Gideon was the big hero of the day and he. Although he arranged live pretty comfortably you refused to be king. We're going to explore. Today tonight. In our succession here. And I'm going to call it my kingdom come soon. So. How Two twelve says woe to him that bill at the town with blood and establish a city by iniquity, and that's exactly what had been like this. This session is not for kids. The session is pretty bloody. It's the longest chapter in the book of judges. It's also in many ways the most depressing. They say man's life is completely worthless why for anyone can serve as a horrible example? and. I think we've got one on our hands tonight. We're going see giving a glimpse in advance. We're too big lessons tonight. The peril of ambition. The principal. But you re put yourself. Both are GONNA be grammatically demonstrated here as we go. And I'll have the text on the on the screen, but I encourage you to follow your own bibles. Judges, Chapter Nine, verse, one, and Ben. Affleck the son of. Now, draw, ball is an interesting guy. Is Gideon, but you'll notice in this chapter he's never called. Gideon, he's always called. Just to get a little more background, you know it's interesting when George Washington's Army defeated. British general, Charles Cornwallis at Yorktown. The end of the revolutionary war began but didn't end with the problems. They had huge huge problems even after that decisive defeat of the British. Things are so bad economically that there were those that felt the only way the country would get its act together is to make George Washington. King. And he was popular enough to have that happen but he declined. And he rejected that plan. Like just the opposite here, he had a passionate desire to be king. That he allowed nothing stand in his way. Even. The lives of hundreds of people. So, we're going to discover there's really three stages in this chapter. Seizing the kingdom. And then Follow through as we go. Was the son of draw baller Gideon. By a concubine. Concubine was a slave that continually with their family. Through, whom he had a son. And the family lived in shekel we're GONNA talk about checking here in a minute. You can imagine he happened to have sixty nine brothers. Say Half brothers and you can imagine how they treated the son of the concubine. His name means. My father is king. And how often it is. That we find the next generation.

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"Ready when classes started for their current residents and hope to move fast to get any incoming children connected for their schooling. When we bring families in the average is children are missing two days. We can get some of them back in the next day pending on complications of the actual domestic violence but we would like kids not to miss any cooling, get them up and running right away. We Wanna be able to do that to accommodate learning some shelters are converting living areas and a classroom spaces. Mary Sherman reporting. This is P. Ns. Photos need to take extra precautions to make sure they're listed as registered for the upcoming events. Diam than reports for soundbite source. A new report reveals a state of Georgia like their move voter registrations of nearly two hundred, thousand residents just last year felice by the ACLU of. Georgia. The steady shows state claims the removals were because people had moved from the addresses on their voter registration applications. However, report author Greg Palace Says Top experts in address verification proved that they hadn't moved and word informed of the purge until they tried to vote. This year people when we told them that they were removed, of course shocked and stunned and horrified. But I was also down there at the polling station one, ninety, two year old woman was thrown out of polling station the play she'd voted fifty years in a row and it turns out this Martin Luther King's cousin he says three out of four voters who were canceled in the state were mistakenly marked as being on a national change of address. List. The Palace Investigative Fund which conducted the research has set up a website save my vote. Twenty twenty dot org were Georgians can check to see if they'd been erased from the list. The ACLU of Georgia says at following the election in November, it will work to ensure that the state uses a more accurate listing system that preserves right to vote for every citizen to stay healthy where toll regularly to see a doctor but a new survey in Texas shows a Black Hispanic people more than whites believe non medical factors or equally important Brian Sasser with the Episcopal Health Foundation says a survey showed the lived experience of black and. Hispanic. Texans reveals at health is not just about how many trips you make to the doctor. He says for minorities it also depends on whether you feel your community is safe your level of education immigration status whether you're air and water is clean and levels of stress getting more access to the doctor is not going to solve everything. The state needs to address all those other things outside the doctor's office that affect hell higher percentage of non whites also say the government should address economic and living conditions as public health priorities I'm Russ Brown. Finally Eric Gladdens. Reports water is the lifeblood of the west, but warming climate and other factors have put Colorado's lakes, reservoirs, and ponds at greater risk for toxic Algal Blooms Brian Kerr's l. with the national wildlife. Federation says a recent rash of blue, green cyanobacteria blooms, and Colorado are more than just an eyesore. They're dangerous for people, pets and wildlife. He says leaders at all levels of government need to confront the outbreaks. Root causes that be climate change that be nutrient pollution, and we need them to have the clarity of purpose that is on par with the clarity that we want in our drinking water. This is my Clifford. For Public News Service. We are a member illustre supported and online at public do service DOT ORG widow at did start in the shower on the bus of vacation, and then once you've had a good idea. Let's sit alone in your head. We'll put it online with go daddy for the world to see get started with a domain website from go dead, all the help and tools you need on. The USA radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time. Ladies and gentlemen. The story you're about to hear is true. Only, the names have been changed to protect the innocent dragnet. This is classic Radio Theater Guy. I was a communist. Life so Now, here's your host Wyatt Cox Medical Drama the, story of Doctor Kildare starring lures and Lionel? Barrymore. This episode originally broadcast September Seventh Nineteen fifty. Story of Doctor Kildare. Whatsoever House I enter their go for the benefit of the sick. Of things I see or hear consenting the life of men I will keep silence there on counting such things to be held sacred trust I will exercise my odd solely for the cure. The Story of Doctor Kildare starring. Lionel Barrymore. metro-goldwyn-mayer brought you those famous motion pictures all this exciting heartwarming series is heard on radio. Now the story Doctor Kildare starring Lou Airs as Dr Kildare and Lionel Barrymore as Dr. Gillespie. Lab General. Hospital. One of the great citadels of American medicine clump of gray white buildings blended deep in the heart of New York. The nerve centre of medical progress where great minds and skilled hands wage man's everlasting battle against death and disease. Lehrer General. Hospital but life begins where my Life goes on. Of course is Your Business Jimmy, your problem. But if you tell Koru, you won't do it. You tear as Gardenia often stab bundled with both feet and look out for flying pedals, Doctor Gillespie, because I'm not going to do it. He might stamp on you to at I can't help patient waiting in emergency, and as far as I'm concerned that's more important than any specially conducted tour not to Koru least not one wealthy patron is about to make a donation after all that his problem Dr not a promoter. Asset. Confound Jimmy after all a Rou is the superintendent of this hospital you taking his side I don't believe well, now I'm thinking of your correa. Show I I never played hospital politics. You know that's true. But maybe I should look where ended up only the world's greatest diagnostician too bad. You couldn't have been a success. But there are different kinds of success. Are you take? You take. All right. Man where? I speak of the devil, the devil or really famous but. Oh there you had. I'm leaving right now. You do have an assignment. Showing, some millionaire secretary around the operating room. Sorry I haven't the time and precisely what is this case you consider him part mayor some fellow collapsed down the street and they brought him in here a little while ago. He's still unconscious why it's a heart condition obviously, the end can do with it and it was the intern who called me Dr Koru he's scared and I know how he feels. I'll. Killer positive. Absolutely. Forbid you did you see that see want Automation Gillespie right insubordination nonsense as a patient waiting that's all patients. When I have a representative Mr Jeremiah Ramsey having right here to this office. ANY MINUTE NOT Just need and I'm quite sure we can expect a half million donation or more. If we can show clearly the hospital did I've never seen time Blair hospital didn't is or any other hospital that matter. But I was counting I'm Dr Kildare to. Explain. Things I've been away from actual practice for some time you know on after all talents due to administrative line. Evan helped the patient to ever had to depend on your Medical Allen C.. C. Here to see you miss mud. She says, she likes to over the hospital. Oh dear the world karoo. Your millionaires secretary is apparently ride. The did you is pocket To human. Wow that. Grew up I wonder if I could say on Y'all. Somebody has to convince a we need that donation. Only two of US live. there. Hand me that's Again. I'd have to kill there. Certainly isn't a heart condition as crew calls it. Can take a look at that moment or now. All right. Thing in Benton called me if this had been handled as a routine. And Point Four I'm Nana, let me see now. Just like precipitate beginning to form in. What it isn't a heart attack. Wonder if he could possibly come in. Oh Benzion. Yes. Brought his wallet things absolutely office. Change it and none of any importance I think I know what's wrong. See, now? Yes. If I'm right, there should be. Here we If bearer is found unconscious. Newest physician immediately give no stimulants. That's what it is A. Diabetic Coma. Barca get twenty units of insulin from the dispensary and hurry. And here's how a number three operating room. After you thank you Dr crew and like the others this room to his early inadequate you down say so. Does loom. As you can see, health well I don't know I think you're underrating your institution Dr Look the lightning absolutely pasta I'd say it was average possibly a little better. Oh, good heavens no the lighting over this operating gable. Inspection by the State Board indeed. Of course, it's nothing that A. Few thousand. Dollars wouldn't take care. Oh well, if that's all that's needed. I would certainly think an institution that size could manage it somehow. Well. That's only for this room and only for the lighting actually the whole hospital is in horrible condition Dr Career, you must be exaggerating exaggerating. It mudd do realize equipment is so. Limited that we're unable to maintain even the minimum cemetery standard required by law. Shock. Doctor. Guru I have never been so amazed in my life tell me more. Come in Jimmy come in. Your emergency patient I think he's out of danger now. Diabetic. Coma. Gave in the regular insulin and balanced shot of protein zinc benton staying with him, and I'm going back later. Karoo was a little put out. The extent of turning Pale Pink and calling it rank insubordination. You know probably tear my insignia off in front of the assembled staff you mean. You've got to learn to take these things March seriously all out. True enough. Is An IMBECILIC nincompoop branded but nevertheless, he can do a lot of on professionally look Dr. Gillespie. You know I went into medicine for several reasons but mainly just because it's the best way I know of. Of Helping People and as far as I'm concerned, the only professional Han could happen to me would be to change that idea killed. That's rank God delivers them. You know where I learned it. You mean from me that's different. I've been at this hospital since time immemorial. So I can afford to be a tanker as rebel. You can maybe not but I still believe the first consideration medicine always is the welfare, the patient. Sure, I. Agree With You I. know the hospital needs money to and unfortunately a big part of it has to come from donations. Okay. But I still think I have no argument with your tall you're absolutely right but confounded why can't you be a little more diplomatic with Karoo? You really mean that. 'CAUSE I. Well Stop Liz 'cause I don't care what you do. Back. Dr Glaspie in case you need me. Every time you're away for an hour, I'm reminded just how little I do need you for anything. You'll make a good horrible example for Karoo sales dog why MS mother take one looking at my Name is Karoo thinks that she's a representative from his wealthy patron. Dr Gillespie before it's too late. We've got to find Caro-? Just left went out to lunch. We'll be back later. Gosh, he was. By the things I. Imagine she was. Just what kind of things did you date Dr Karen? 'CAUSE I may have guilty just a bit over emphasized the rundown condition of our equipment hit. It's slight irregularities now ethical standards due to that funds but only. If I make occasion. Remind you see. Then I take your entirely satisfied with what you've accomplished feel now that it's just as well. I didn't talk to this woman with Harvey from there, but I really do doubt that you could have done quite as good job of selling gone ill slept in the business I can't wait to slip me the business grow. You'd better hang onto something is a miss muddies not who you think she's not well then is I mean where is Mr Ramsey's? Representative well, sounds very much as though he's the man I've had waiting downstairs in the lobby all morning what anyway missed the grunions and word up the wanted to look over the hospital kept waiting all morning ruined absolutely all that isn't the worst of a doctor crew. There's still mismile derive forgotten, and apparently have also forgotten the announcement of her appointment a few months ago. She's one of the new examiners for the State Board of hospital really. Well, in that case I suppose a better. Oh You'll need help from somewhere. Realize all the things I told him we can imagine I said, we were violating sanitary regulations ignoring fire codes pay no attention whatsoever to institute law. KAROO stop spending. We're ruin absolutely ruin. All I. Don't think it's serious. She'll make a report to the board of regents. They'll throw you out of course, throw me out but after that thing settled back to normal normally. No. I won't see anyone. Get a hold of yourself cast aside I. Would life were wife and she just order new dining room fine be nice for the new superintendent. Clare Hospital best years of my life. Oh, Dr Larry offer my phone. Sorry to butt in fellows. I got kind of tired of waiting down there. My Name's grunion. Grumpy and I just now learned of the street but you were given this morning and I want to offer you beg you to accept abject apologies and umbrella there stabbed emits they grunions boots was wrong with him one of the mental cases? No, no, no Dr crew is our former superintendent. You're kidding really jozy. He takes the patients troubles so much too hot. Sometimes, it's just too much for him. Now Mr Grunion if you don't mind waiting outside. He'll be all right in a few minutes I've been waiting. Well. Now, what are we going to do? Your. Oh dear. We returned to the story of Dr Killed Air in just a moment September seventh nineteen fifty the story of Doctor Kildare returns in three minutes on. 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Thanks for tuning in to Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station. Now, more of the story of Doctor Kildare September seventh nineteen fifty. We continue with the story of Doctor Kildare starring. As Dr, killed air and Lionel Barrymore as Dr Gillespie. What a morning? Things have been little egg or. duckie Gillespie. I'll give you ten to one. We made a mistake in letting Koru off along with that Mr Onion grunion or whatever his name is I. Don't know how we got to stop them Jimmy without locking up I guess not he's all set the. A dear old Blair. One last gesture and hand over a half million dollars along with his resignation. Idiot. I've never seen anyone else in my life who gets blunder in. There is many ways of doing the wrong thing as a biological paradox the only example known to medical science of a living human being born without a brain. Talking about Dr Myer Mistake Jimmy is one of two examples. Well, why are you want? You don't have to shout at me I don't even have to put up with. All right. Parker he just as another mild case. Karoo. Jarvis crew in what never my? House the diabetic and five. He's just now that's what I came. We let you know Abedin's had to tell you that he's responding normally can probably have something eat about two-thirds I'll drop by the seem right after lunch, which by the way is a good idea. Well my idea doctors shall we go across to Sullivan's and Risk Domain Boys Ning again? No, you go. Ahead you go. I've got a halfway idea how we might straighten out the blonde is a rule made when he talked him as much. Now, wait a minute your not starting to come up with brilliant schemes to well, no something has to be done. All right tell the truth. I didn't quite simply could be you just leave it to meet Jimmy. Conversational. have everything all hats exactly what I'm afraid of. Parker. Parker I'd like your opinion about something Oh of course, Dr Guilty. Told me what do you think of a man who's prone to go off on tangents violate his own principle if you're talking about who I think you are. Who has repeatedly claimed a staff doctor should concern himself only with the medical affairs of the hospital and should stay away from the You That's what he'd say. Yes they away from the fiddle-faddle thank spock And then when you find that man doing exactly the opposite from what he believes. How can you explain it? Well, I guess you just can't Dr Kildare unless of course, he was born without a brain on without a walker you. Go. All right. All right. There are times when I wish had been born without vocal Coke Argon. Founded time they. It's insubordination Dr Rankin subordination. Well give my regards to Karoo when you get out on that same limb with him, I'm going to lunch. Isn't. The lighting over this operating table is completely inadequate. You See. Now I don't know Dr Karol Looks Alright to me. pfeifer really frightful. Of course it's nothing that a few thousand dollars wouldn't take care of you. Thousand dollars that's only for the lights and only in this one room I see. Well it sounds like places in pretty bad shape. Of course, a half million isn't really very much to wealthy and generous lamppost. No I suppose not. You know Dr. Drew. I'm frankly amazed I had no idea that conditions were so bad here at Blair Brennan you've only heard the beginning just wait until I get through. Doctor Gillespie. Do you mean to say that you went without your lunch? Waited here for me to get back in order to tell me that I think the information fairly important as mud, and of course, it'd be impossible. Tell you in front of him. I see. Well, I imagine it might have been a good deal more shocking if I weren't partly prepared for it already I suppose you are quite sure all. The ordinarily as quite well, but he does have these spells when he gets nutty than the Walnut Grove who? Of course all known about it all these years you know should something be done about it? I mean after all the superintendent of a big hospitalized, they're all Harmless. Yes. The only symptom is that estimates from you saw this morning, he thinks the whole place is falling to ruin on accolades running at top fishing. Amazing. Doctor Gillespie. Do you know that this is the most remarkable institution I have ever seen? Good afternoon. How's our patient killed every man I'm quite capable of answering the question for myself who are badly are feeling alrighty. I haven't felt better since his sixty second birthday. Thanks to you on old or what you've been told wrong Dr Benton's your physician. I'm only a consultant in the case. Thanks to both in like to kill there if you're going to be here, well I think I'll grab some lunch. Sure. Sure. Go ahead. Response has been completely normal I gave him ten more units at one o'clock in order to standard DVD. Doing. All right Benton. See you later. You. Talk about a man like you should dead blamed specimen under a microscope, but you are live specimen at least. Good point very good point goes you won't be long if you go around skipping your insulin shots very often well, man get careless in my mind know wishing that gets to be a dad lame fool you wouldn't know. A well, I'd say you're a long way from being fool flat. Used after here guilty your honor getting rich added Imagine Oh yes. Yes. I have a private antics at Fort Knox spos- I haven't been a half block from hospital unleash heaven or worse or why suppose. Nation bad business. Have Lunch in the those Haiti. I'll have a cup of coffee September seventh one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, the story of Doctor. Kildare the conclusion in just four minutes when classic radio of the continues. Here's the choice. Some people say the USA is finished evil eye has been full of hate an injustice. 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I like to watch a convalescent patients means recovering mean you'll get rid of that much quicker do all. Notions young man. I think we understand each of them. You know something else. I. Think I agree with you. where? Coming. TACTICA Karoo Glaspie, what are we holding here? Council of war victory celebrations at work like just as I told you would I see where the sacrificial victims? Is Making a phone call at the moment is gone at some bombs to be signed ductless being Koya. No he won't tell me what he said too, but it must have been effective. Betted ways, and of course, Mr Grunion is thoroughly so I. Suppose you gave him the same story you told ms mud earlier today. Even better. One second time. Everything's just wonderful up. Even inclined to forgive your little pack below. Thank you very much Dr through. Oh come in this month. Jess need these with you and you can mail. I don't believe you've met Dr Kildare. Mud you know. we met at lunch over Sullivan's yes. We had a very interesting conversation in fact, that's the only reason I'm giving the hospital, a clean bill of health so to speak. You. See. Dr Kildare told me the whole story and after all Dr Karoo, I couldn't see any of those terrible conditions you tried to point out. New Mean, you already talked to kill day when I was telling you about grouping mental case Talk Turkey Espy, oh? Yes but I thought it was so cute to let you go on with it you. Well I suppose I really should go to keep you waiting gentlemen. Mr Greenwich. Imagine meeting you here Youtube. Yes, we we met at the Medical Convention Albany a few weeks ago we did. Yes indeed. Yes and I do hope you'll be able to convince Mr Ramsey of our need Ramsey whose Mr Ramsey, why he's the he's your. Runyon who in Heaven's name? Are you feel representative for the panic me hospital insurance plan here we had considered putting Blair hospital and are preferred here. But of course, stats out now that I've learned about conditions. I think the boys have been giving you a rib. Maybe I can straighten the whole thing out. By I do respect your opinion ms mud. Well, come on. Then let's go find a quiet spot and reminisce about Albany. See you again soon, kill I hope. So goodbye MS mud. To kill. Hardly, know what to say. I think we both do much already. Since everything seems to be taken care of I. Guess I'll just get back to work. There's only one thing I saw county. Donation from Mr, Ramsey I I wonder what could have happened his Ramsey old Dr Guru I almost forgot Mr Ramsey should have all the arrangements completed and a check deposited to the hospital account by the end of the week. How do you know who told me a little while ago soon as he recovered from his diabetic coma You mean that emergency patient in five eight, the one that I. The one that you. Dear. He seems to be highly impressed by our efficiency and our concern for the welfare patients may be overly impressed. I must go. I'M GONNA. Take an aspirin or something. Jimmy. Doctor Gillespie I was just lucky gone founded doubt. Don't say but I write our on. Now, once again, the story of Doctor Kildare starring Lou. US Dr Kildare, and Lionel Barrymore doctor? Gillespie. Tactic Glaspie I've got all these forms filled out of the State Hospital Board. If you'd like to sign them, we'll get them sent off. Hope you've included our best regards MS muddle. Yes. Enclosed a personal note personally. Ob lasted to say hello to Mr Grunion just in. Maybe it's Albany Convention. I mentioned his name good. Now a And may both rest in peace allowing for your exaggerated metaphors I? I agree with you mix up like that once a year is plenty. Glaspie Mr Beadle puts here to see you but you'll borsch. Heard of embargo. Over the hospital. Dr Kildare. What are you doing under that? Dr Glaspie get down off that coat rack arc or why does he wanNA look over the hospital because he works for the phone company and they asked to know where the new phones are supposed to go Jimmy. You'll go me Park I. Take Mr Beadle upstairs and introduce him to Dr. Karoo? Just heard the story of Doctor Kildare starring Lairs Lionel Barrymore. This program was written by Les, Crutchfield and directed by. Rousseau, original music was composed and conducted by Walter Shuman. Supporting cast included Virginia Gregg Ted Osborne Isabel Jewell will right and wilms Herbert Dick Joy speaking, September. Seventh Nineteen fifty the story of Doctor Kildare on Classic Radio Theater. Okay. So good news during a challenging time for everybody and this could really help. 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Joshing you mean Liz a manufacturer went out and bought a Polo Pony for you. I don't know whether it's a polo pony or not but she border critter for me to ride done at tied up over and back in the boarding house. In the world and she get it out there. Oh, man Johnson's place not that pony them young and be his right around on. That's so she must have given all of a good price for it too because I never wanted to get rid of it. You look comical riding around on that Pony. Amen men ride around on. Tried to get me on it and I wouldn't go near that thing or Scared of it scared me hop. Gore SCHNAPP name young and driving around all the time. I. Don't see what you're scared of that for as long as just. Well I disdain as young as used to be. Well being up high that away. SORTA makes me dizzy high that ain't high ain't much bigger now, Shetland Pony long as high for me got to recollect. I'm SORTA shore. Side that Poli. Used me tell him what he might do a stranger like me gets around him. I scared though I'll tell you that right here and now of course not well, I. Well to be honest I don't blame you for not wanting to ride in goes you just make a stocks Saudi yourselves what you do you ain't no polo player. On know why this is. LIZ ABYSS ICTY. She got a bragging around older frames how rich we won how big of a Polos player I am or whatever give her that ad anyway don't know. She thinks all rich people play Polo maybe they do for all I know but I'll tell you one rich at ain't, and his name is ABC Finley peabody? Going to get out of it now that she's not only very don't know that's what I come down here for thought you might have some ideas. We'll just what does best bet you to do? You can get out there and play pool over yourself. Regular teams for that. Of thing forged infielders and chuckers I don't what all? Is Near I can figure it out laser. Bet just me to get on an opponent bang co cable around some vacant lot to where folks can see me. Lead new. Well, she just figured everybody a thank. I'm practicing for some big Polo contests said I've got to do that to keep from making a store tell her there's the one thing I ever hear do. lachine Elizabeth to getting that woman get side in her head. You couldn't blast it out there with a stick of dynamite I don't know what I'm GonNa do to help you what I want you to help me study up some way to get out of it. I don't WanNa get out there and make a half of a without a myself. Why don't you just come out flat footed and tell her you. Don't know how to play it. I told her that and she said I can learn. She claims they weren't nothing tulip side banging at Croquet ball around vacant law is bound to be more to it than I told her I couldn't learn any Laura go and honey honey got good news for Abner got a book here towns you the whole pigeon tone works. What are you talking about GRANDPA? You're taking polos. Had you hearing about that too near the best been over to our place morning and we was discussing pillows how could you discuss Polo? You don't know nothing about it. Oh? Don't I saw. Naked Becker and forage facts is the best sent me over here to learn how to play it you yes, sir. And take over twenty or thirty manage course with you hit my take longer our maybe now, just a minute grandparents house, you ever learn to do something. You don't know how to do yourself. I. Told you the whole works is in this pigeon toed book here what look? It's called. Got Flange Encyclopedia Social. Commercial. And General information a practical and educational compendium suited to the needs of everyday live and desire to widen vistors of the average person revised edition in New York City Copyright Nineteen or eight. Learn Polo. Wilder, they. Came learn out of this not say down. Now, no, I don't want to learn how to play. As you do. Now. She year. Forty six outdoor gauge. Now, wait a minute GRANDPA outdoor game. Or to be in here summer, well, I'd hate to see the poorer after he got done trying to play them house riding horses long. You got me out of there somewhere I'm studying on it. To with nothing like the air, the Rudy Mantra Polo Rudy Man's I. Reckon I got to go back to them. Thanks for practice at short you owning I don't want none of it. All right. Here we go rules for practice on helping tractors and for the game two things very necessary assuming, of course, the would be player is accomplished horsemen well, let-let's me up right there. He's air one to practice before fundamental shows the straight forward back straightforward front the Nares is back the nearside front. And you got that. to. Do trainy. Pony to respond rapidly and eventually to understand the game so far as to follow the ball, make the pony understand the game. Well we might as well give the whole thing up right here. Now, I, could get book aware and read it to that pony all day long and are down. If he ever can't John Thought he don't look too smart for me and you can take that up later as the second part of it. Anyway, we're going to have her hands full learn a new home and learning national would be Polo. Player faces a difficult task. They're telling me a I. Please he must learn how to hit depot both win lying on the ground and I on on the ground. Having you got to stop being Noga's whoever wrote that book must've saw me ride a horse before I'll tell you one thing. Oh, when I'm laying there on the ground on ain't gonNA take time to make croquet shot Gomer Scramble L. Air for them horses trample me today and our wait a minute hold on data over again we might not have that quite right. Well, maybe the ID is it while you're laying there you swang the club around and air to keep the horses away from you. That game I thought to law. You're supposed to be thinking of some way to get me out of this I'm working on it. Hurry up. What I think is means abner is ball's laying on the ground not you? Well, it don't matter 'cause I'll be down there too. He must learn how to hit the ball bulls win line on the ground meaning Pulu Bowl, and when bowled him by companion role tone yeah. Well, I know I ain't going to get out there they're going to start chunking bowling ball man and things are heavy. Owner means easy easy. I don't think it can be did a toll handed missed requires considerable careful practice I. don't care how care for the air you ain't going to be in to practice long. They'll get you the horse of the bowling bowl on training phony news national wait a minute. Wait a minute. There's ID for your dare training Pony Business. Why don't you call up and tell her that pony ain't no good for pool because it's too old to be trained Taylor you have to have a young frisky. Pony. At work at least ways, there's something to try and tell you don't Wanna difficult by riding around on that old thing i. don't believe that would adventure out. I'll you that part about not wanting this gratiot love the handling place player on an APP. Hey. Without also hitting a horse, he's laying hello sister Samson I wonder if Oh Hello Elizabeth take it up. Hey you answering the phone for sisters Sampson over there now. All I see what Elisabeth obvious had the worst disappointment. Swimming Horseshoe Walton Beach. Able to fall office just found out I won't be able to use that pony for my little work after all. Well, it's too old train them young has been ride around around. Yes. Ruining for anything hills I anna well, yes, I could but it'd be a terrible disagrees to you let. To is rich easier. Well I know how you feel disappointed too but we'll take up something else reach. All Right Goodbye. I know work. She's dead. HOOPLA. Practitioners had best be taken on a wooden and pep I don't lead no vice has advanced. Hitting their legs or the wooden van would you Heche air try? Pair live mound. Have you got that abner? No why eight walk more I don't want it ever. You Ain't never going to be no polo player with that out to you've got a wooden horse around the store here summer course we what we want with a wooden horn hannity advertise harnish on her no you've got to get one to practice hit needs legs. Maybe you could just set you up on something around the store here. How about the top of they're still over there? Comedy time to. Regain. Let me go perfect down breath. Dobie now, Legend Number One man get moved down from here to practice. Don't know pick a thing now. Get down. Backgammon while I answered up on dull granny's. John Down Store Mom I am riding rain showing up. Sort started tied up at the moment stole the. Tell Him. All. I just know how happy he'll be. Good. All right now get me down from here. No, you better. Stay up there and start practicing. That was Lissouba. She just call them Mister Johnson, and traded the pony for one that'll suit you better matter. Yeah. She says you can train it any way you want to you can start out together. You Ain't never played polo before and the Horse Ain't never been road before. Well. With such a horse, what heights will polo player abner rise to now. September. Seventh. Nine hundred forty eight Lohman nab neuron, Classic Radio Theatre Rally not going to be a long before in the midst of political conventions and as a sideline to invention news thought you might be interested in meeting our next guest. Today Dr Sherman y May Kroft who has been hired by one of the parties, and we're not the Lebanese dimension which one to give advice to speakers will be making aggressive during convention not to make off welcome Dr Robin Booth Thank you very much i. I wonder if first of all and you tell us exactly why were hired by the Party and what you have planning to do. File the raising. My being hired by the party say they they is to teach the art cars, Torres Torres. How to speak e heat when there is no pay a system where they speaking. In, other words when they make stop trains are agree people at unusual places where there are no microphones no public address system you teach them to speak all they will sound if there is, is that right? That's right I I I. was seems to be quite an eye to this. How long have you been doing this sort of thing and how did you start to make rough? Well and all started when Eilly was up with the Yankee stadium for an old timers game main main name. One of the sports caster is was standing by second base eighth eighth, eighth eighth, and introducing some of the all stars are Lars Lars are. And hit me then van. That there was a crying need for someone to train people do talk that way I felt that way talk this way all the time not to make Ross. Now, just to emphasize what I teach eight eight eight or would you give us just a little sample of the opening lines of speech after the assume has taken your course in public sneaking without a microphone. MIAMI POTTERY When you mart art. All old old long opportunity and I. Think we got the idea? Charlie are. Going to be very prominent in the weeks to come. Thank you. Dr Sherman Lime Aicraft being I guess today Anti Walk Him Come Around Bob and Ray on classic radio. Theatre visit the web page classic Radio Dot, stream or you can stream podcasts on demand learn more about classic radio collecting and contact me their classic radio. Dot Stream or podcasts are available anywhere find podcasts or serve the apple podcast. APP Google podcast APP spotify spreaker iheartradio just search for USA Classic Radio Theater Iowa talks thank you for listening. 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The USA radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time Dylan, the United States Marshal. The first man they look for and unless they want to meet. It's a chance a job. And makes them an watchful. I'd little lonely. This is classic Radio Theater James Stewart as the six shooting. A Gun. The speed of light, a cloud of dust in. Over a lone ranger now here's your host. Why it Cox we head out. West for an episode of the Frontier Gentleman starring John Diner this episode entitled the Last Bell Citizens whose originally broadcast September seventh nine, thousand, nine, hundred, Fifty, eight. Little Cottonwood Creek I saw a man whose life wasn't worth ten thousand dollars. Not Even to himself. Frontier Gentleman. Here with an Englishman's account of life and death in the West. As, a reporter for the London Times, he writes his colorful and unusual stories. But as a man with a gun, he lives and becomes a part of the violent years in the new. Territories. In, just a moment, we will bring you this latest report from the Frontier Gentleman. Now starring. John. Diner. The Story of B. Kendall Frontier Gentleman. It has been my intention to send these reports the London Times normal sequence I fine. However that certain incidents take precedence over others therefore postponed writing of several unusual occurrences which took place. Dakota territory. In order to speak of the final chapter in the matter of Bill siddons Ilias Madame Birdie Archie Maguire from. It began about a month after OPTIMA graefin his band at attempted to hold up on a stagecoach. Boone may was a peace office in debt were. One of the most famous men I've ever met. He was determined to capture mccloughan dead or alive, and I knew he suspected bell citizens of being in partnership with the wanted man. The fact that I was well acquainted with the lady but me under the same shadow of suspicion. I admit Miss Siddons for lunch in deadwood house competitively respectable eating place. I thought he looked rather pale. Tired. You heard from Boone May in the past couple of days. No, I wanted. What's the matter blow? Nothing. mcglaughlin. I don't know why should care. makes. No sense I've heard from him. No. You know if he's still holding out in the timber. And, you're worried. He's not a good man. Hearing this way a body, my Noel only cause me unhappiness but you love him, I suppose I do. Do you think he loves you. In his way. Is that enough? And I could be with him. Him. No As having me watched I took the chance once again. As mccloughan trying to reach you sent a message two weeks ago. A note. Said, he'd meet me in San Francisco. Place we talked about bribes gunman I don't know. That's what I'm afraid of. And I don't know what to do whether to go. I hate this stupidity behaving like a schoolgirl I love it's nonsense. It's interfering with my work to be a good gambler. One must be able to think clearly, I can't. Perhaps. This is the time. I. Should Play Twenty One Jeremy. What do you think I should do At this moment look pleasant and unworried. Candle. I've been looking for you and we're. Just. Don Mr May. On our. Thank you. GotTa face a Newsboy Kenna. We've got one two fellows was with McLaughlin night of the holdup. Which one Brown John Brown Silly son of a gun taking fired man. He comes waltzing into town goes down to Maggie's place in one of my boys season picks up What about mccloughan? Well, we got out of Johnny boy I found out where they was holed up. We're not fetch him. They already high tailed it out of there. Is. There's McLaughlin and Smith and Billy Mansfield and the idea where they've gone not yet awhile. But. I'll get. You wouldn't have heard any talk around. Would you know why should I? On now tell you why am It seems John Brown was not a second, his saddle a month back when A. Lady comes along and digs are honcker led out of. Johnny Brown says lady was you. He's alive. Well now madam right now it'd be his word against yours and. Well, I am so sure which you WANNA stand up in trial. I don't see much sense. Interesting Year for Merciful. Act that you done. But I could for not informing law where a wanted man was hiding now Nans Aligarh I'd never even heard of him. He says different. But it ain't worth arguing. Now this Johnny Brown he done a lot of talk angle and he figures McLaughlin GonNa pick up the buried Lewis he's being collecting and he'll be heading for San Francisco. Yanni says he's got a lady friend in San Francisco. You, ever hear tell such a thing. McLaughlin never confided in me to that extent. No thought maybe he had you and him being kind of close. What do you think? Can I don't? Of course now maybe McLaughlin still around waiting for a chance to see you, madam? Fori goes. I'd surely take it as a kindness if you tell me if and he shows up, but I guess that's asking too much now isn't it? Mr Kendall. Please excuse me. At there was a mean madwoman blame. You know the way she feels about mccloughan. Sure I do I just WanNa see how she'd take news. You've you've tried that before you know it there's a fact cannell except in maybe you noticed that I had better luck this time you still think she's working with mcglaughlin i. tell you she's not she's his woman show already broke the law going to him when he asked her to take the bullet out of Brown. You went to candle. New. I told you that there Johnny Brownie Talk Texan. If now is mind to. I could arrest you for that. Imagine you could. kind of figured. You may together. Now. Why did you tell me? You was with her when she went out to fix up that Johnny Graham two reasons I, I'm a newspaper correspondent. It was my job I wanted to protect my story job decked out laws. No. But I gave my word. That's the second reason. Two of the men wanted to make trouble they weren't gonNA. Let us leave the shack that night might have come to shoot him. I don't condone what Mcloughlin's done, I? Don't like what he is but madame verdict could have been killed if he hadn't taken outside, that's why I gave my word. That word of yours. At broke the law. It's a good thing. Can I gotTA lacking for you? Because you know if not didn't I could have you make an hair bridles for the next five years long sentence. Yeah Mass. McLaughlin. He got maybe ten thousand dollars a better castaway somewheres. It's company money. He's stolen gold. You've. GotTa. Get it back. If. I can get the money along with McLaughlin. At their be real good thing savvy. I gather that either Monteverdi are supposed to know where it's hidden. Yeah I don't I doubt whether she does. Might be you don't? I am so sure about her. Donate was that true? About mcglaughlin going to San Francisco with Johnny Brown says, of course. Now, I, don't figure he'll ever make it. I'd say he's got a fair chance you sitting here. He's writing West Cheyenne. You stopped there for a while Johnny Brown was supposed to catch up with him there. Johnny won't, but I will. would. You mind taking a long drive me Kendall? Is You that way you can do a write in chore and? I can keep an eye on you. You afraid I'd tell her where we're going. Wouldn't you? Probably. That's what I mean. Come on. September seventh one, thousand, nine, hundred, Fifty, eight, the frontier gentleman on classic. Radio Theater. Okay so good news during a challenging time for everybody in this could really help. You may know hundreds of thousands of people have already made the switch to medishare, which is the affordable alternative to health insurance and with so many people looking at how they pay for healthcare right now, seeing premiums going up the cost of Cobra plans. MEDISHARE has extended. Their special offer in a lot of people have taken advantage of it simply apply by September thirtieth and they will waive your new. 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The role of Paladin in the radio adaptation of the currently running television show have gun will travel now more of the Frontier Gentleman starring John Diner as it was originally broadcast September seventh one, thousand, nine, hundred, Fifty, eight on Classic Radio Theater. Wound may accompany me while I went to my hotel back my saddlebags. An hour later we took the stage out of deadwood for Cheyenne Wyoming territory. There were just the two of us and the only stops we made during the entire journey with a meals on stations at which the horses would change. But. In spite of his precautions, boone may hadn't counted on let him verdy. while. We were making our way to Cheyenne she had not been idle. The lady had heard of our hurried departure from deadwood and found out the reason sort of. A few hours after we left deputy peace officer more interested in money the law pay to revisit. His name was Morgan. What your proposition my to earn a thousand dollars. Yes, ma'am. You've heard of Archie mcglaughlin. Mom heard they say he's in Chhaya N-. As what I hear tell as going out to pick him up. Yes. My if he takes him, he'll bring him back to deadwood. You won't that happen you. Know. A man named Kendall's with May. Left by stage you reckon there come back same way. Yes. You asking lawman light me to stop at stage said out loud like Archie. mcglaughlin free. Yes. You know as m say mcglaughlin got better than ten thousand head somewhere. UNM partners. No. spos-. Boom made don't catch. McLaughlin. Be a long ride to shy information stopping. MTA, stave five hundred for the ride if may hasn't caught him two thousand. If Archie and the coaching you get him out. Come you. Turn you into boom may fascinating because I know you won't. That's why I asked you to come here. It takes a man. Boom might have other gods with no job for man alone figure. Four others be safe along with me. That's up to you. Two thousand don't go far split up between five, twenty, five, hundred then. That sound by leave. Suicide around boy. All right. If you'll get to him. Tell him to go to San Francisco. Tell him I'm medium there. Yes, ma'am. One more thing. Do, you know what Mr Kim to look like. Miami's that newspaper fell lysine him. He's not to be hurt. No telling what happens in Shooting Mad Boone main likely to give up gleaned so easy. You You right me better give some money for I, go the boys of mall some. I'll give you five hundred now. The rest will be on deposit for you at the bank collectible if is free. Recognize Bet if you give me a twenty, five hundred now if I don't get McLaughlin or a boon may caught him. While give you back. Two thousand is fame. No. You don't trust me no. Way I see you ain't got no choice. I, don't trust you to pay me latest. You've got to trust me. You got to if you want your archie back. Right here. I'll get your money. Back. Yeah. You got to if you won't you ajit back, she haze over the whole thing, two, thousand, five, hundred boys seems to me we work in mighty cheap take a chance like getting a prisoner away from boom. May I all fired anxious to get in the powder burning contest with boone? I seen him use artillery hit the fastest nor he ain't the slowest by long way against five of boone main. No bigger than another man. So we ain't GonNa take that big a chance. We got too many false. We'll take the to split the Deniro let it go at that but. If we can. Talk More I hear Tell Arches got ten thousand or more here or maybe care on him. That's worth saving and manful. Which along with his twenty five hundred makes fight and wages. What did you say? Wait a minute. About Boone may he recognizes US begun in for us? Panky. When you never vigilante. Mass will wear Mas-. Now you got more food questions asked him later travel light boys I'm each back here half hour. Conversations lands nothing about stage ruled on toward Cheyenne. Boone may seem coming sure about his chances of capturing mcglaughlin. At at the time, I didn't share his optimism, which is dot was stake on my part. I should have known better than to underestimate his capabilities. Boone May. Very thorough man. Auction McLaughlin and his two companions were captured after a bitter gunbattle. Would make colorful reading but such was not the case. When he arrived in Cheyenne the men were already in custody of Cheyenne Macho Boone may telegraphed ahead. And four hours after receiving a message mcglaughlin, Mansfield and Smith. Rested while drinking toast to feed them. They were put in irons. And accompanied by one other Cheyenne Peace Officer, we started on the return journey by staged a deadwood. Passed through four l'armee directly. And may be more likely to take your last look how becoming this league and. You do you're going to be an old man? The charges against US GONNA. Add up the more years and then he man's got it right to live. You wish they'd hang up. Maybe, you deserved to Mansfield, but the law is the law. And the law said you're going to stand trial for robbery. You get a fair shake deadwood robbery in a hanging crime lacking someplace. Along with him candle. Was Afraid of the bird in Iowa Ride Cheyenne, the lawn you took. Barron she'll be when she sees. You lack all you want. You've got your man why rub salt in the womb. Money you head of what money. At ten, thousand, a month. No use playing ignorant half dead wood knows about that loot. Go easy as the trial if you turn back to the company. Sorry Boone I got all kinds of plans what to do with mango and do you know good and the host? Matt Poon. GonNa lose reward money if you don't pass up. The law go easier on. That's what I'm saying you know hearing Utah Curls my gut. I don't mind admitting domino. Good highline writer. Only difference between us is you hide behind a bad for your View Lie McLaughlin. I never stolen mine. I Talk About Law Candle, get this here. Peace Officer tell you about times shot in Iowa on a gold chip. That could make work out. Loud. Boom. On both sides behind. Slow has wear high. Coach manner. Boone. My hands are full take our monet can handle. There's too many album. I'm right. Glad to see you boys Archie McLaughlin's. Is here boom made peace officer in deadwood me and my pals in your boom May. That's right. Thank you. Take your gun should. I boom may you and other fellow you stand right that driver step on that box You off another to get over here on the three. New. Crop. Hold up to me. I have an idea it isn't. As spying mcglaughlin voice. As time goes I heard it before long trail. Get that Oh lemme onto a necktie party for boom May. You won't see weeping from me Mr you ain't got straight McLaughlin. Guess we're vigilantes law and all of that. Now we know all about you know what you've done why you going back to dead wood, but we figured it ain't right. You should get off without paying for your saying. mcglaughlin if you care not ten thousand dollars or whatever you handed over right now carrying nothing. Bouma, you take it off man no, you never had it. Now Look you want to help the law that's just The way. September seventh one, thousand nine, Hundred Fifty Eight Frontier Gentleman Gentlemen on Classic Radio. Theater. We will have the conclusion of this program along with the conclusion of yours truly Johnny Dollar Story entitled the Curse Commish matter that will be coming up in just four minutes I'm Wyatt Cocks. Thank you for listening to classic. Radio Theater. This is a sprite. Tastes exactly like a sentence. That I hit of cool crisp refreshment on your tongue. Followed by that familiar chorus, the all know Bihar. SPRITE thirst for your. 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You can't do that done at boone may you won't be next? You See mcglaughlin. Now you know 'cause you see nine no flam and I ask you whereas money hit all go you tell him. You gotTa tell here's no call for us to get murder count money. What good. What Could Arch Callum? I get the rope around in that one off. Tell them. Please anybody. Tell, him. To that's a speed. You wish you had your throat. Able Moments later, the rope was put around McLoughlin's neck. He didn't fight only stood there waiting. And then they lynched him. After. The five months wrote away. Moon Man I cut down McLaughlin's. Buried them under the tree with Mansfield. Smith. Then, we went back to bed It was early morning survive. I went straight to Belsen. She'd been asleep. Very. Young. Fragile? She listened dry. I'd. He didn't tell. No. His should have. I was you had. Was My fault I wanted to help him. You knew what was going to happen Those men. I sent them. I killed him. please. Go Away. Yes I'm sorry. You tell. Yes. 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Theater on your favorite station. Now, the conclusion of a five part, yours truly johnny dollar story, the curse of back matter. This was originally broadcast September seventh nineteen, fifty, six from Hollywood. It's time now or. Johnny Dollar Boxing. Calls. You know listen can you give me a hand? Two of them. I hope WHAT'S POISON Can prove it for me. Made me here at the home of very capable in Stanford Connecticut. Addressing a minute. Off. Because, if they didn't go off my rocker because the only other possible cause of death could be a curse, the curse of chemistry. And a king who died a couple of dozen centuries centuries-long. Tonight and every Weekday Night Bob Bailey in the transcribed adventures of the man with the action packed expense account America's fabulous freelance insurance investigator. Yours truly johnny dollar. ooh. From special investigator Johnny Dollar to Inter Allied. Life Insurance. Company Crutchfield Square Hartford. Connecticut assignment cursive camelback matter expense account. Continue. I call Dr Leonard, Saint Clair on Old School Sean because I knew one of the foremost toxicologist in the country. I. Was telling the truth. I hoped could be shown that some kind of poison kill Donald Cronin and subsequently his uncle Eric Turnbull. Both apparently had believed in the curse of the old. Egyptian feral. Cursed. Anyone who violated his ancient tomb on the banks of the Nile. Donald had done this and excavating the. But his uncle here in Stanford had only touched the bones that donald had air mail to him. He was opening the package that must've done. Addressed is so It must donald it's just before he died there the tomb in Egypt. I bought here to the library for him, Sir? Go on asking. You rang the doorbell I, left him with it and When you when I came in here From the kiss of Karma Mr Dunlap has I don't believe it. A friend of mine Dr Saint Clair will be here shortly and he'll be able to notify the police now. No, no later. But leave my employees, but it is lying for the time being yes. Until Dr Saint Clair examines it. As. You wish that's what I wish. Casket. One person in this confusing mess hadn't given a second thought to. As it turns out there wasn't time Berlin Saint. Clair, arrived a few minutes later in a car equipped like a miniature laboratory. No doubt as a result of the police work he was really called onto dual. I of course, in his capacity as an MD, made a thorough examination, very trimble's body for purposes of death certificate data. Right Johnny I'm sure but at least a sure they can be short of making an autopsy but what kind of poison and how administered what the risk of making it sound like a dime novel I just wasn't extremely rare well. One come on. That's something I haven't heard of an years related to the old Indian Arrow poisons very difficult to detect. Can you make sure? Yes. Fuel help me drag some of my equipment in from the car including a cage white might what yeah. On which to experiment with samples this stuff samples from those all bones out of the tomb that's right. From what you've told me only two people have touched the bone since the minute they were discovered in the three, a native carrier, Donald Cronin, and now the late turn Vol and they've all day but Johnny. Yeah The poison I'm thinking would hardly have been put on those bones in the time of the Pharaohs on by the way I hope no one's touch them here. I left them just as they are and then mailing rapper good because it could be fatal. Out carefully scrape them when we get the equipment in him. We brought in woodland needed for his work including white mice. And I closed him in the library and left into his experiments. A bit of research to for it brought in a couple of thick books on toxic. As a matter of routine I, phone the local coroner and then try to reach the harkness. Answer. I was about to drive over to a little apartment when len came out of the library. I was right. Johnny who Rob Him. And it's powder farm absorbed into the pores of the skin and could be fatal almost immediately and listen meeting. Yeah. Somehow between the time, the bone of that old king were discovered and the time Donald Cronin, touch them somebody put that poison on how well that endangering himself by keeping it in acquiesce. So usually into the bones were sprayed with it. Wait a minute S-. Sprayed with it. A doctor an Englishman was on the expedition. told me that the bonds had been sprayed with some kind of preservative even before the native carrier touch them, you think he when I'm thinking Yeah Right Instead. Of preserve it if it was the poison sprayed them. Wild ideal and. Whether it's right. It'll show up this whole case. I wonder who that is why you're finding out I'm going back and recheck these tests but only as a matter of routine because I'm sure I'm right. Yeah. Haskins. Miss Dorothy Harkness's here. Until young brother water I asked him in my all. Here who? Is that really the way you feel about Dorothy. She's what do you mean by that? I am hotness. Well, come right in one day. Because I. Have a sneaking suspicion. You're the I've been looking for him what your conscience finally began to hurt you. Would you like to sit down and write your confession now? What are you talking about? What did you endure the just come here to put on a front you know as a cover up. To what you're talking about what are you seeing down both of you because I'm going to be saying plenty here Mr I said I'll sit down and Dorothy we'll begin with you don't understand this. From what you told me and no other reason for believing except that you told me. Donald Cronin was in love with you true and at any rate he made you part beneficiary of his hundred thousand dollar life insurance policy half of it. I believe a cool fifty thousand dollars. Quiet down you right now older. You're working for the museum where your father is curator of archaeology. The museum that is dependent quite a lot not only on donal Cronin. Scientific contributions. Monetary help as well. Maybe true look Ziam the other beneficiary of Donald's insurance. Also fifty thousand dollars to dollar hero implying that I had anything to do with Donald's debt, you're going to let me talk. This is the first chance I've had to begin to tie this case up. The first time, any of the crazy elements in it made sense. Tell me this. Eric Turnbull was opposed to Donald's interest in the museum wasn't he grazier and I'll bet my bottom dollar that if something happened to both donald and his uncle, the estate worth nearly a million was will by Donald to the museum. Wonder Eric Turnbull was afraid for Donald's life because he knew who would ultimately benefit most by his death. No wonder he hated you dorothy any. Can you can't mean you think that I would? No no I think you were only being used as a tool, dorothy. You told me how you have other oppose you're marrying him hours only interest was and getting money for the museum. Is that true water? Yes. That is true. But if you made a one ply that I or anyone was involved, Donald wanted her the more I think about it the more I'm sure you are directly involved. In July I swear. You're wrong. It's a see about that. Because there's one thing you may have overlooked. I know what killed Donald Trump. You. Do are yes. Water just as well as you do. I don't i. I have the least. Chemistry Cursing Camera? Schick. Not by a long shot. Was it water? I told you I haven't done. This. Immediately, the pile of bones was founded cash to them before anyone touched them, I refused Texan be L. Listen To me before anybody touch them somebody sprayed those bombs with a so-called preservative and I mean so call. I don't know why you should call. Let's common practice these days. In case you don't know it but I fail to see what was supposed to be a preservative was in reality a deadly poison. Come on. I'll order wrong you must be wrong. It's impossible. You're very convincing. I must admit it's true. I apply that preservative Mr all you did. Acquiesce solution wasn't. And I'll bet you wash your hands very carefully immediately afterward didn't you? Yes of course I did because I was told to by home by. What is it holy? Tell me Walter. While there. And Do. You know anything about a man who try to win me on my way to Egypt to make sure I didn't get there until the bones of the Pharaoh was centenary. DONAL Cronin died. No No, I don't believe that. Answer me this one. Did you make up the we'll call it preservative. Did you used over there? No. Then who did And who told you to be sure to wash your hands immediately after using it. Well. Great Soda. No tell me Walter Figura pardons to delivered Mr Hartley senior do Mr Dollar I'm at hawkeness curator. Of the museum wow Mr Harkness I'm really glad to see you are the water. Mr Dollar come to pick up the bones from the grave comma check that I understand. Donald. Cronin sent to his uncle instead of to me through some misunderstanding Oh. Yeah. Sure. I had a notion. You'd want to pick up those bones. Dr Hawkeness. and. I'll give them to you on one condition. Oh. What is that? that. You take them out of the package in which they arrived here with your bare hands. That you carry them out of this house also in your hands. That's a strange William. Of course not why why because Such, priceless relics too fragile to full of a deadly poison. CARABA arsenium I believe it's called I. Don't know what your. Water. What have you been telling you? Screw. And his father Dr Harkness. Oh. You don't know how you found out but I'll tell you this. You won't believe what I'm going to put that thing. Why Domino's Johnny. STOPPED HIM MORE I. Think you'll live. Good. A new police work I've been doing would come in handy sometime. Thanks for barging in the psychological mom and was only coming in to confirm the results of my tests. But. I guess Dr Harkness had already done it. Yeah ooh. Saw I guess the museum will profit mightily from half the insurance and all of the estate of Donald Chronic. The museum that is without Dr Adam hawkeness. Expensive total including transportation back to Hartford nine hundred, eighty five dollars remarks. Well doesn't mean a thing I know but. I kind of wonder what I might have found if I'd been assigned to investigate the death of the people who excavated some of those other old Egyptian tombs films that had a curse on. Anything thought. that. Still Lean. Johnny dollar. Now, here's our star to tell you about next week story next week a search for eighty thousand dollars was never there and a body that was never there. At both of them had to be found. Join. US. Won't you yours? Truly. Johnny dollar. Laura. Yours truly Johnny dollar starring Bob Vela's transcribed in Hollywood? It is produced and directed by Jack Johnstone who also wrote this week story? Heard. In this week's cast were Paul Do Ball Allen Read Senior Dick Krenek Virginia Gregg Ben Right Forrest Lewis Eric Snowden Barney Phillips James Mikhailian, and less tremaine. Musical supervision by Marino. Marino. Be sure to join us on. Monday night same time and station or another exciting story of yours truly johnny. Dollar Roy Rowland speaking. There you have. It said, can I seven nine thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, six years truly Johnny Dollar on Classic Radio Theatre Hope you'll take a moment to visit the web page classic. Radio. Dot Stream. 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I'm make murrow reporting for the liberty beam reminding you spread liberty with a smile demographic including eighteen to twenty four year old who are suspenders and bow ties to class every day I'm joined by Republican strategists rob. Powell these are pretty encouraging numbers for the GOP aren't they? Of course it's very encouraging millennials who look like they're permanently dress for boat trips are a rapidly growing segment of the population and according to the survey. The prematurely aged are also very politically active absolutely only about twenty percent of young people vote overall but there's almost one hundred percent turnout among youth address like a dad from nineteen fifty, Sitcom. Now, what about the criticism that the GOP only appeals to white men? Not True. We also have a lot of support among sorority girls that wear pantsuits, pearls, paunchy Chinese college students, and we're making inroads among African American Ham radio enthusiasts. Is the onion news network. It's free. Talk Live Talk Radio that you control and you can call and talk about anything that happens to be on your mind that toll-free numbers eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three and with you in the studio tonight, it's Aria it's in again that toll-free number is eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. So it's an exciting day here in Keene I'm not a big fan of voting but I realized when when you can go and vote for yourself and for like. Everyone that you're voting for is a friend of yours. Yeah, is pretty cool. You don't get to do that in most places. It's not the worst thing in the world in that particular case. So there's this exciting is primary day and a lot of us are on the ballot I can't wait to see the results. Yeah. Nobody's on the ballot for Governor and in New Hampshire when they decide the ballot order, it's different sort of randomly chosen per town so some. Places, it'll be nobody will be on the top of the three choices. Other places will be in the middle other places he'll be on the bottom, and so it'd be interesting to see if there's any kind of difference like to the places where nobody has the final choice actually do better than if nobody is the first choice because it will appear as though it's like just some sort of third option like, Oh, you can vote for nobody. Here's the first choice mine. Yeah. In ours was he was the middle choice. Okay. So was different ward to ward here in Keene I didn't know it was randomized. That's fascinating. He's also and you're running for sheriff here in Chester County. So we'll be looking for results from the entire county for your race here tonight, and technically yours isn't a race per se. In that there was like race there wasn't anyone else who ran against you. And and what was normally expected to happen for listeners obviously, you don't live here. You don't know There is a incumbent sheriff here in Chester County named Eli Rivera, and now he's got a bit of a of a history with the liberty activists here being a little. Let's call it aggressive towards some of the activists in the past he managed to get himself into sheriff and he's managed to stay there for I think four or five terms. This may be his fifth re election attempt. He's been there basically the whole decade it's time for him to get out. Yeah, it absolutely is and. So. He's of course, he's running again but the guy who's been his opposition on the Republican side. So it's a Democrat incumbent, the guy who's been on the Republican side Earl Nelson didn't file this year. so He's lost year after year after every two years there's elections here in in New Hampshire and the the sheriff's every two years. so He's lost every two years for the last four or five. Seasons and I think that he just got so old he's probably in his mid to late seventies at this point I think that he just ruined the talent said he was done not gonNa run again because he didn't do not. You know it's not something that you would forget about right like that's a choice and I don't think the Republicans knew that he was going to do that and they were caught off guard and may all of this all of this is their fault I would like to point out I. was going to run for State Rep, but then of course the. Secretary of the Cheshire County Republican Committee decided that she was also going to run for that same position right and she hasn't been exactly friendly. No, she has it but she's also she's the secretary. So she knows everyone that's right. If her name is they're they're going to vote for her in a primary right so it was pointless to even foul but yeah, it was nice of her to file early. So it wants to find that out. Yeah. So you know looked to see whether or not earn Elson had foul jet. This was like a Wednesday. I think it was may change day. And there were two days left to faust hustling. All right. Let's roll the dice I'm going to file for sheriff because I call it and you see I couldn't file for both and you had run as a Libertarian Sheriff candidate in two thousand eighteen. It wasn't unheard of to have you running for sheriff at that point. It just totally took them off guard and they evidently weren't on top things like you've got go ou- because Aria just fouled and she's the only one who's done it so. That's why I don't think earl wanted to file. Clearly didn't want to which which is weird because then I said all right. Well, they're gonNA find somebody I my prediction was that they were going to run a write in campaign against you and it turns out I was right about that. But it so half ass. But what I'm surprised about is that they're writing in Earl Nelson I they were going to scramble and find like some other retired cop that they could get to agree. All right. You can write me in you know but no, it's Earl Nelson the same guy who obviously decided he didn't want to run this year. So it makes me wonder did they even bother calling earl? Did they even bother to like ask him? Hey, would you accept the nomination if you won the right in nomination would you accept it? Do you want to actually be the candidate this year I I don't know right like did they actually come to him and beg him? Please earl we need somebody we can't have that tranny. On the ballot. If even if they did go through all those steps, the momentum I've seen for their outrage lasted two days, and then all of the other candidates got caught up in their own primaries and it just got completely brushed aside. I'm getting cocky. Anything can happen. But I will be stunned it would be hard. It's hard I mean traditionally, it's very difficult to get enough votes for write in candidate to even qualify because I think you have to at thirty five here in New Hampshire. To, even be considered a legit write in candidate but then to have that overcome, the number of people who are just GonNa come in and check off because they went because they were there and you were the Republican is again, just a primary ballot. So it's just your name and a blank right in space. A bunch of people not knowing any any different are just gonNA check your name off because that's just what they do now, and so it's GonNa be very hard for him to surpass that but it's definitely not impossible not impossible I just don't think it's likely. But it's been a fun day here. Well you should talk about how the Republicans that did try to work against you. I think it was only like five days ago. It wasn't that long ago when the notice went out now. This on aced on Saturday night or it may be no longer than that. Yeah okay. It was Wednesday night of last week. Yes. So it hasn't been that long and they they put out the notice about this and that actually sparked people coming to your support who otherwise didn't know about you. Yeah Right. Well, a lot of them knew about me right. But yes, I did get a lot of messages from people who had no idea that I was running. It was like this. Great. It's about time right? You didn't have a campaign of which to speak I mean you'd ordered some campaign signs. You'd handed him out to some of your supporters, but there wasn't you don't have a campaign manager. There wasn't an active organization behind you and then all of a sudden volunteers. Yeah. There there are probably thirty signs put up in Cheshire County for me last night. I. Didn't put up any up. That's amazing. It's just people volunteering hey, no, that's screwed up. You know right to have them attacking you like this. They were the ones who dropped the ball and they're they're not attacking Ian Freeman attacking out trend or any right right? That's ultimately what it comes down to and I think that's why didn't I think that's why they're campaign didn't generate any momentum. I hope you're right I. Hope that it didn't generate momentum. The thing that concerns me is that your average person isn't going to go vote in the primary they're going to vote in November. So the people who vote in a primary are the politically connected crowd the type that listens to talk radio. The type that is is connected with the Republican Party they're getting e mails from them. Those are the people who are more likely to show up which is why. I wouldn't be cocky about this Let's celebrate if you do win but I I wouldn't celebrate earlier because it is going to be the politico's show up, which is going to be the part that you have to overcome and we'll see without a doubt I. Do know that some people who ordinarily don't go out and vote did go out and vote today simply because they're friends of mine and they wanted to vote for me I show their support and that's great. I don't know how many of these I mean. It's not like the Cheshire County. Republicans really did a lot to try to put the word out about my existence. Yeah it was last minute. Yeah. It was a half ass last minute email or whatever. They say it was a post on facebook. I'm pretty sure I got an email to probably was both I have seen an email okay and the person who's been monitoring this sort of thing for me has. not related email to me I would I would love to know that such an email existed. I would love to have that poured into me by the way. But yeah. So check I'll take a look. I can't wait to see the results. It's it's Primary Day here in New Hampshire I like how they tried to give me one of those stupid asinine voted stickers. Of course they didn't even let you do that. Did they didn't offer we gotta talk about what happened. When nobody Matt my my roommate and I all three of us we carpooled down to go because. Well, vote at the same place you live in a different part of town. There's different five different wards here in keene. And I wanted to document this process because I knew things were going to be different given cove. And so all right. Well, how different are they going to make this because we'd heard an early report from one of our other activists friends in the area that he was denied access to go inside and vote made him vote outside because he would not wear a mask, but you have the right to well I guess they didn't deny his right to vote they. Let's talk about it. It's it's a very interesting thing that happened today and I've got video footage of the whole thing. Oh perfect. It's definitely worth discussing. We're going to get into that. 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It's Free Talk Live Talk Radio that you control tech until the airwaves and talk about whatever is on your mind that toll-free number eight, five, five, four, fifty free as in freedom and with you in the studio tonight, it's Ian and Aria and as it turns out. There was no such mld total checked the total attempt at posing a right and challenge against me was a single. FACEBOOK post way single facebook post, the posts that received exactly one lie and how many likes do you happen to know how many likes to facebook page itself has? I'm just GONNA guess it's less than two hundred no, it's like five hundred link. Yeah. But they last I heard the Cheshire County Republican Committee. Did it have a facebook page? So Presumably de Cheshire County Republican Committee doesn't actually oversee the page I dunno clue. Either way. I their website has looked like it was from nineteen, ninety seven for like the last two decades. Yeah. So I mean they're way behind the time is the committee even authorized to endorse one candidate over another I mean if they have a right in candidate, aren't they or at least a board members on the committee? Aren't they required to say nothing about me? If they don't support me. That's an interesting question I think that each individual has the right to endorse whomever they want in the primary I. Don't think the Pumpkin primary, but I don't know if the if the board itself. Yeah. I don't think the board can. No. I don't remember that term now the affiliate group in Take County of Mississippi for the Libertarian Party. It was specifically within the bylaws that we adopted from the State Party and that we had to include that we could not speak out against a libertarian candidate. Yeah. I know that in the case of the Republicans in New Hampshire because I was the chairman for short for about A. I was the chairman here in in Keanae actually stepped down. I'm now the vice chair in that particular case, but they do require that as a Republican office person or whatever somebody with a position in the party that you cannot endorse someone from another party. So it would be against the rules for me to endorsed Darryl W Perry, for for governor who's running as a libertarian. Against the rules to say that I'M GONNA. Vote for Darryl W Perry in. Okay. But sense but anyway, yeah, I don't know if the if the organization itself can take position primary. That's an excellent question I would I would guess that they can't that would be my guess too and that's probably why they never sent out an email or anything like that. It encouraged. Against me unknown facebook page that happens to bear their name that the end as far as I know, isn't actually related to them but hey, that could have changed Let's go to the phones. We've got a Gulf coast time calling from Florida you're on free talk live. Hello. Oh this is Tom. Hi Tom Tom. I wanted to make a bold prediction about the upcoming presidential election. Alright get belie. I predict that trump will lose the election. Really. And the Joe Biden will send to the presidency during the month of November. Twenty twenty. Now, why do you think trump is going to lose the election? Oh. There's so many negatives about them. It's A. Monster. Really this guy is horrible. Not, even close even quality. We played the clip for him which clip any of the Biden clips. You'll be. Opened the bucket compared to trump I don't think he'll be convinced that because. Trumping out mentally ill is. He's a pathological liar They're all liars dude. Yeah. But he's he's beyond anybody else. He says Super Duper Liar what makes you so sure he's more of a liar than every other politician I mean they all seem to be Every day many times. I. Mean. He's a politician of course he does. Trump is he's mentally ill lying. It's pathological more than any other person I've ever seen so. He's in a lot of trouble with. different prosecutors around the country. Going to go to jail if you do this election so for for. bank fraud tax fraud insurance fraud a campaign fraud. But. If that does play out on the first day in office, he would part and trump you think. So Oh yeah they always told me yesterday asked him if he what he say wouldn't pardon well, they lie. Politicians mind. Addiction is. that. When bite when the mind wins he will have a setup a deal where have trump. Resigns immediately. That the the various state and. Federal prosecutors will not indict him on anything he's done up to now. But if trust the size didn't win it assume office, it would go to Mike Pence. So you'd rather put a kid toucher in. Trump's a torture of all kinds. There haven't been any allegations about trump. Sunny still let me let me just finish my prediction here. HOW HOW MIND GETS INTO THE PRESIDENCY EARLY Early. The agrees to the deal that's not the way the constitution. Doesn't work. Time. Before here resigned to has to fire and and make Biden his. Vice President. Joe. Biden. Bro Yeah. ooh. Campfire president. The vice president was. Be Him if he could write. Trump's fire pretty much everybody. He can convince him to quit if it means the trump go to jail for many years. Sure. Yeah. He could convince him to quit. My prediction on Joe Biden get the presidency. I would go to what the secretary of. State I think there are rules in place. So there there is. There is nothing in place in the constitution that allows Joe Biden to assume office before January twenty twenty one now look I'm not saying I'm GonNa vote for trump although I will say if he does pardon snowden within the next two months, I will vote for him because I have committed to do that which is still a possibility and we can actually talk about like sort of in the news recently again, the whole trump snowden thing but. Snowden was right all along as it turns out to the surprise of no one in this room. So. Mr Forget your name caller. Tom Tom. So you know the whole thing with like Biden touching children that doesn't bother you. I don't know about it. Okay here's what you do go to. Joe, Biden Dot Info, go to Joe Biden Dot Info on your nearest web browser and you'll see plenty of very interesting videos. A couple of books out by psychiatrists about trump all conscious of. These are literally videos of Biden being aggressively inappropriate with children. It's still not not a trump and a bucket compared to harm trump. You videos of trump aggressively touching children? On Oh. Okay. So I want you to go to Joe Biden Dot Info. Tom I want you to go to Joe Biden Dot Info and then after that, you can call us another night and tell us if you would let him alone with your granddaughter. That's your challenge Tom Good luck with Joe Biden Dot Info. The just his name Dot Info. Interesting website. I don't know how anyone could take a look at it and be like, yeah, this is my this is totally fine. 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But my experience was different from because I was like you put a mask. You part of the problem. I put on an. Mass Okay I made myself pretty clear about the entire thing. All right. All right I mean for those who knows? Ladies Understand the MPC me what the ones who know. And I don't care what the Old Lady's stink, right. Okay and you get pulled aside though and this was like, Hey, you came in here two years ago and I'm so sorry I didn't think to ask but what are your pronouns and I? And I just spent like a full two and a half minister explaining to her that you know I was not offended I didn't care. I didn't even notice. It didn't even register I never asked her questions. She was thinking about it for two years for two years. That poor woman about something that I even notice. How but yeah. So your experience was drastically different from mine because I did put on the mask. To, go in and do I did my civic duty so I could go in and do my civic duty. So I, could have some civic duty with a site of civic duty. You must've been a hurry or something like that because it does take longer if you if you do it the hard way, which is why the way we did it well, I went there at like five o'clock and we were going to have Jamaican it I've at the time. So yeah, I was a little pressed for time. All right. So I was not going to wear a mask and nor were my the folks. That were company. So nobody are co hosts was with me and my roommate was there as well. Matt. who's also on the ballot were both running for the state rep seat, the city wide state rep seed here in Keene, which is two seats, and there's four Republican candidates running. So two of us are going to be eliminated I. Suspect I'm going to be one of the two that will be eliminated, but we'll we'll see. So none of us we're going to wear a mask and I had heard earlier that one of the other libertarian guys in the area had been told he had to wear a mask girls he had to vote outside and so he voted outside and so I thought. All right. Well, I, want to record this whole process I wanna get. To see how they're going to treat us I, WanNa see you know what what changes are different this year as compared to normal voting, and so one of the first things that was obviously different was they had like chocked. They'd chucked six six foot like squares on the pavement outside of the voting area, and then I guess that was for the what they were expecting to be lines of people. It's a primary no one ever lines up for a primary. There's almost no one votes a primary but anyway, they had like sort of grids where they were going to line people up outside if there was if there were enough people to lineup so they had that. and. So the six away thing and as we're approaching the ask do we want a mask and you can get a mask. If you want to see if you don't have one, you want to go inside and vote that way and of course, I'm not interested in in doing that they said well. You can vote outside. So they have like a special little tent set up for the what had been at that point six other people in it was around four in the afternoon just after four when we went to go and vote. So it'd been all day and only six people had refused to put a mask on in order to go inside and vote. and. So we were the seventh eighth and ninth people. So not even not even a full ten people had refused to to wear the mask. And so and we all kind of had slightly differing experiences. So for instance, the one of the things they tried to do here, New Hampshire's they try to get you to show id to vote and you technically don't have to hear which is unusual in some states you absolutely do have to show ID or you won't be allowed to vote but in new. Hampshire, it's always been that way. You can just sign an affidavit affirming your identity corral. You are allowed to sign an affidavit now under just swearing under oath. So you're on the penalty of perjury that you are who you say you are as long as you are then there's not a problem. but most people don't know about this and a few years ago they changed the rules to try to make it even more confusing and the way the the election officials. Pro The way they explain it to people is purposefully designed to encourage them to go along to get along. Well, the government is good at this. Right is the same as the quote statewide mask requirement we have here New Hampshire doesn't it isn't a requirement it's a suggestion right? Just like this. You're not required to show your ID as just a suggestion. Yeah. So she and I got all this on video at some point maybe I'll put online because it is i. think it's kind of I mean it's boring, but it's also interesting right because boy to watch somebody tried to go vote but interesting because we do things that are different than than the usual voters so. Think none of us were willing to show. Id. And the woman who appears to be the head of the that particular election ward that that particular bureau or whatever that woman was trying to tell us that Oh, well, there was a law that was changed five years ago and Blah Blah I'm like well look lady I haven't shown to vote in the last several years there's only one time I ever did it and that was when I was in a super rush, I had somewhere I had to be. So I e regrettably showed to vote in that one time but every other time I've never shown ID here in New Hampshire. So every time I voted even in the last five years I haven't shown ID, and so she finally relented. So she was trying to pretend like you couldn't do this. And I just basically said, well, I know you can, and so she finally relented and she went and she got the the affidavits that you were referring to and then a woman comes out with her she says, Oh, I know him that's Ian Freeman. So I didn't have to fill out the affidavit because they the woman knew who I was at had to not either they knew who you were. But in they did not know nobody and they didn't know my roommate either so they both had had to do the affidavits. So the woman gets out camera and she and they're doing this outside all has side. They're not letting you inside the bill. That's correct. There's little little tent. In the middle of a eighty five degree hot afternoon. Eighty five degrees today I would rather be eighty-five degrees than thirty degrees, which is probably more going to be what it's like in two more months in November. Janet. It's going to be quite uncomfortable to be outside in this this area where second-class citizens are allowed to supposedly votes. So they they she then brings the this camera out because when they did change the law a few years ago they did add sort of an extra process into if you refuse to show Id what happens that's what they changed. Okay, and so they added a step where they take. Your picture and then you sign an affidavit and the idea there is in case somebody is coming in they're saying I'm Aria di Mezzo and then they want take you know the photo of that person. So in case the case gets investigated they have some evidence of who was claiming to be Rei dmed sue right. So that's kind of the idea behind this and I personally never never objected to having my foot. I don't care whatever you guys know who I am. I, just always assumed that when I go into polling place among camera anyway yeah, you would think. But this is like a little polaroid, right? It literally is a Polaroid Camera, what they have, and so they take the ask if they can take i. think they asked. If. They could take their photos nobody agreed to it. My Roommate Patch, they said, we need to take care photo. Review the footage on that one, I don't remember for sure but my roommate refused. To. Be Taken, and so she went ahead and she dealt with nobody and took his photo and he signed the affidavit and with him they brought out a religious objection form and put that in front of him and said, does this apply to you and he says, no, it does not. They brought this to to my roommate refuse the photograph right and they had a religious objection to being photographed form. That they put in front of him said, does this apply to you? He looked it over and said, no, that's not my objection. And so he wasn't willing to sign a religious objection for them because that wasn't his reason. Sure. So then she's like well, okay Well, I guess and she's like reviewing she's reviewing the rules right? Like he's got the voting rules right out in front of her because she's she hasn't gone through yet at. All right. This is the first time. Somebody's ever likely I I didn't know you even could. Right so this is totally new ground for me to like. Wow. Okay interesting. And so he refused note just tell the bureaucrat no, and so she says well, okay we'll just have you sign this form anyway, and then we'll change that it's will change the title from religious objection to it's just your personal objection. And he says, okay fine. So he doesn't they don't take his photo he signs the the affidavit and they let them vote. Now. Here's the other thing. Normally when you vote at these voting locations, you put the thing into machine on your way out the door. 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You can call in talk about anything that is on your mind that toll-free numbers eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three and with you in the studio tonight, it's an area and for best twenty twenty one is happening thankfully fork fast twenty twenty one of the few events that people could actually go to this year. Sadly. Hopefully. Yes I mean thankfully, there wasn't event. I'm hoping that we won't still be in such a position to make that statement come twenty twenty one but who knows, I, am not optimistic I wish I could be a generally I'm an optimist. But in the immediate future, it looks pretty grim. So Rogers Campground in the beautiful white mountains have New Hampshire that's where we're going to be assembling its the week after the porcupine freedom festival and fest is decentralized, which means there's no ticket costs. There's no one in charge all you have to do is preserve. 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But there's a little bit more I thought that you might want to hear about. Voting. Experience that the mask free voting experience that me and our co hosts nobody and my roommate went through today that apparently only a handful of other people had bothered to go through by the time we got there. They had had around thousand votes, which is actually on the high side nowhere primary that's including sorry. That's including the absentee ballots and the votes of the day. So I think it was like six, hundred, four, hundred, one way or the other I forget which but. So again, higher turn out than your typical primary, which is unusual that may because there was a pretty i. guess intense fight on the gubernatorial side for Democrats. So there may have been a large number of of Dem's who turned out. That's just my speculation on that. There seems to have been for the Republicans as well without no, I mean they. Basically, ignored the republican gubernatorial candidates nobody got only one news article from New Hampshire newspaper in the north country and I don't think Karen, testament got much more more than that. She got a little bit more maybe but not much more. So the mainstream media basically pretended like Sununu has has this in the bag and didn't bother to interview or speak to. His his opponents. So I don't know that's frustrating. But Anyway, the other thing that I thought was worth pointing out was that we also got to do something unusual in that for listeners just tuning in we we had to vote outdoors. We were not allowed to go inside because we were not willing to wear masks to go in and participate in this process it's supposed to be a right so they couldn't deny us the ability to vote. So they put us out where the second class citizens go out by the dumpster but. I don't know in legal land. Did they did they didn't allow you the opportunity to fill out a ballot? They did not deny that, but I think they did deny you the opportunity to actually cast that vote by putting it in. They definitely denied that and I am going to show that to an attorney and see what the attorney says about that because because they'll let you fill up papers but they didn't vote. They said they were going to put them in the voting machine, but we could not observe them put them in the voting machine and they're just going to do it at some point today said they were going to do it when the polls closed, they would insert them into the voting machine on our behalf, which sounded really suspicious to me and I don't know if I believe what they you know I I mean I, imagine these people tried to be honest and they're not. There are a bunch of is on them, right? Like they're not doing it alone. So it'll probably happen the way they said it would you know really know and there's no evidence that it will have happened right I mean. I guess we did some write in. votes. So if we looked at the number of write ins, maybe would be able to determine whether they were hours or not, but we can't really know that anyway. So we can't know how many other people did the same write in votes that we did. So it would be impossible to really know whether or not they they cast votes but that's what they said was. Well, you just got to let us do it for you because we were not gonNa let you in there essentially is what happened could they not have put a second machine outside they don't have a second machine I mean there's that's their fault not yours. Sir Man it's. That other machine would have only had ten ballots in it anyway. I. Mean if they wanted to just throw them out they I mean they wanNA throw ballots away they can show it. Who knows you you never know how honest or dishonest these voting systems are but one of the other interesting things was. We were allowed to essentially vote together. All they had was like a little black table out there with a couple of chairs around it and so me and. Privacy Curtain no privacy curtain just sitting right across the table from from another person. Now, I'm sure that if we weren't together, they would have allowed us to vote. One at a time. Right so like if. I would. They would've also have wasted your time. Of course well I, mean you you pretty much have to expect your time is going to be wasted when you go and vote I mean if you don't if you don't have to wait in the line, you're lucky like. You don't have to wait on line around here especially on primary day just because there aren't that many people though you're still wasting your time by going and actually exercising the act of futility differ part I mean unless the vote is wasting time while you're wasting time. Yeah. Unless the candidate wins by like one vote then it's pretty much a waste of time but yeah, for what it's. Worth. It is good to be able to go out and vote for people that you actually know which as you pointed out, we can do here in New Hampshire because we actually had libertarians running. In this case, we were running as Republicans just because it's too hard to get on the ballot as a libertarian it's just requires way much more effort than any of us were willing to. Put into do this because again not that important. But, it was interesting to be able to vote in a group. So we were all like sitting around talking to each other about who vote for you know who, who are we writing in so like normally. A whole should we are him? Yeah that actually. and. So that was kind of different right because normally normally when you go into vote is everybody's quiet. You've gotta go in and follow Super Super Sombre Super. I mean you're observing at the highest ritual at the site Harry self-important yeah. All of that. So that's why you get your little I voted sticker right the we did not get those. They did not even offer them to us. Because, you have no record that you actually voted. I. Guess. Well, there is a record supposedly that we were there because we checked in the house. and. That sort of thing. But I thought it was interesting that we had to like what essentially it was like a team vote going on like we were all just voting together time we could. We could consult with one another and chat, and we were just having a good old time doing this together. So it was very unusual, very different and I. It's not going to be very comfortable come November when it's cold out and then they're gonNA keep us out there for twenty minutes or however the how long it took. Yeah I can't imagine especially at their snow on the ground or something miserable. Welcome to second-class citizenship. I WanNa know what would have happened if you had asked to use the bathroom attempt to get out of the Water Fountain or since about Look Dude, it's hot out here Thursday I just need to go in there and use the water fountain. Would they really have said deny that's a great question. Yeah. That would be a good one. So that was my experience today. So we'll get the results one day, but until then I, don't I wouldn't expect them tonight but we might maybe we'll get a lot of the results tonight but I I probably won't get mine until tomorrow which sucks because I'm probably the most anxious about. Oh. Well, yeah. So in the meantime, trump is taking on the military industrial complex in the meantime. Let's cut to the phone. something. Really. Interesting recently like. Pretty, shocked by it. Well. We've got Bonnie calling from Texas on a you're on free talk live. High Arielle Hi. What's on your mind? I'm calling because I thought it was something i. think is a really good idea like this tool again, like mandatory vaccination this vaccination if they make the covid vaccination mandatory. Like just like a social thing if any of my friends asked me about it. Like all, my friends are pretty much liberal. Under just they like I'm just scared to pick the trump back. And The back seen. Good. IDEA. Giving if a Democrat was president right now because the media would be like this is no fun like like. Passion Project Vaccine Yeah that's a good idea because it will give the the leftists something to think about that might actually kind of shake them up a little bit like really you're going to put this thing that trump is backing in your body. You will be part of trump. Backing and now so like it's not why. Sounds right bunny, thank you so much for the call. Thank you so much for the excellent idea I'm I'm definitely going to use that because. Mask while I'm at work. Okay. I can tolerate that but you want me to inject something into my body. You're literally going to have trump running through your veins. I guess that's better than the ultraviolet light or the bleach or whatever crazy thing I mean which he didn't actually say but it's fun to characterize his statements that way versus as we're told the previous caller Biden who actually does say things that are every bit as crazy as just inject bleach into your skin or whatever. Eight five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three, that's eight, five, five, four, fifty free as in free talk live. 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But there's all there are other people in the news being targeted by the trump administration or the the the powers that be. Julian assange one of those we have an update about him. You said, yes, you want to hear that. Absolutely this is from the daily beast dot com out of London whereas you may be aware Julian assange is currently facing extradition hearing. So he's in custody has been in custody since they grabbed him out of the Ecuadorian Embassy where he had been staying for something like six or seven years since I think twenty twelve, they snapped him up back in what was it twenty nine teen if I recall correctly and they've had him in custody ever since So in a few weeks or months Judge Vanessa. Are Sir will rule on whether Julian can be taken to the United States to face a string of serious espionage charges. So it's probably a good idea for him to stay in her good graces says the daily beast but Tuesday, the second day of the wikileaks founders extradition hearing in London, which was delayed for months by the coronavirus pandemic berates Sir delivered a forceful warning to assange that he will be removed from court for good if he can't keep his thoughts to himself while witnesses are delivering their evidence, assange had reportedly shouted out non sets during the hearing. Well, he shouted out the word nonsense. Okay. Nonsense I thought he was being accused of babbling. was. Nonsense allow during the hearing when the lawyer representing the United States told a witness that the wikileaks founder was facing extradition not for handling leaked documents but for releasing the names and endangering us informants clearly displeased by the outbursts berates there told us on who is in the dock that he must not speak out even when he inevitably disagrees with the position of the prosecution team quote if. You interrupt proceedings and disrupt witness whose properly giving their evidence is open to me to continue without you in your absence. This is obviously not something I wished to do I am therefore giving you a clear warning the judge added quote I understand you'll hear things you disagree with and you'd like to contradict and speak about these things yourself but this is not your opportunity to do so. The warning came after the founder of the legal charity reprieve told the court that grave violations of law including the use of US drones for targeted strikes in Pakistan as well as alleged US warcrimes. In Afghanistan, Guantanamo Bay had been exposed in the documents published by wikileaks James Lewis whose representing the United States hit back that the case was not about the usefulness of the documents in the US charges revolve around the publication of the names of the informants in Iraq and Afghanistan that had put their lives in danger it was Lewis's rebuttal that provoked assange outburst. It was just the second day of a four week hearing. Now. Are there weeks? Are they doing this in an actual courtroom? Is it a pandemic hearing? It sounds like it's in an actual courtroom. Okay. Yeah. Because otherwise muted has microphone right So apparently, it's being taken at the barely where the wikileaks founder is fighting extradition to the US to face an eighteen count indictment espionage charges, assange. Of course, as you may know, embarrassed the US government a decade ago by publishing thousands of confidential American documents assange supporters see him as a journalist and a champion of free speech, an argument which has been adopted by his attorneys. In the early days of the hearing, he is facing a maximum of one hundred and seventy five years in prison. Now, some has obviously a journalist. And I don't know what? What else he could be if not a journalist, well, they're trying to paint him as some sort of dastardly spy. For giving away information. That was confidential or whatever. But. Yeah. I mean he's doing the job. He signed an agreement to keep it confidential did not. No he didn't. He said journalist and he did what age journalists would do report the information that he was given I don't think any of those points will save him from being on either by states. So the best thing that can happen to him if the United Kingdom refuses to extradite now supposedly and I've not researched this myself but somebody had had reported previously that the UK has some sort of rule against extraditing somebody to a place where they will face certain death for the punishment of the thing that they've that they've done and one hundred and seventy five years is certain death so. You know I don't know if that's going to be a point that they can make to try to stop him from being extradited just on that that rule alone. But apparently, they're expecting this hearing to last for four weeks. Just. To be surprised if it doesn't last longer the determination of whether or not to extradite him from the United States is a four week long hearing so. Anyway. He's been. Yelled at by the judge on number two. Well, let's go to the phones. We've got Adrian calling from South Carolina Adrian you're on free. Talk Live. Hi How you doing hey, what's on your mind? just wanted to call in because I've actually previously a couple of months ago. Had A run in with mark edge on facebook. Where we had, we had words. Capital facebook. Yes they do and I'm actually the founder of the voluntariness ministry on facebook. something I did over five years ago and. we're actually all over dates, ministers found seven of us. And Created, the group for like a stepping stone for people moving into the liberty. Movement. Okay same voluntarism not the goal at the end Liberty Movement. That's right. That's right. Volunteerism is the the golden rule. In action. That is exactly what we're after and so. Running with mark about. I don't even remember it was something very trivial actually. Really, worth mentioning then. Okay. Well, I mean I'm just saying I I met mark and I found out about free talk live for him. I didn't know who he was, but we were friends on facebook and so and I'm friends with nobody and we've been nobody talking today and I thought that was pretty interesting So, I just wanted to call in and say L. Though and you know Kinda. Kinda. Make a I call. to say, hello, you guys, I appreciate what you do listening for the last two months. So, tell us a little more about this ministry group. So, we're secularly have nothing to do with religion whatsoever the ministry is to preach nonaggression principle, peaceful parenting and self ownership. and. That's what we do. Where are you based out of? I'm out of the Charleston South Carolina area. Specifically Somerville. and. Hampshire. I'm thinking about it but I hate snow. Does it not snowing South Carolina. I don't know the climate they Charleston in the Charleston area today was eighty seven degrees. So eighty five degrees here today. Yeah. It's amazing. It got so cool down here but no, we get. We get snow about once every seven to ten years. So we had a, we had a pretty big ice storm about two two and a half years ago. but it's usually in December run around in shorts and t shirts. So it's Mississippi, I will say that the snow is not as bad as you would expect it to be the code is pretty bad. The cold sucks but these no, itself is nowhere near as big an issue as you would expect, but it's nice to be around more volatile than you can shake a stick at. Yes that would be really nice. I I. I've just met somebody today from a freedom cells who lives in the area and we're going to meet up on Friday night Friday afternoon down here in Charleston and I think I, it's. It's it's good to grow and grow your network and find out that there are more people who believe you do how many volunteers did you vote for on the last ballot on which you voted? There were voluntary. I voted five of them today. Really. Don't I I don't know of any voluntary except for the. Paul. Rand Paul's. Hours. Yeah. There's no doubt about I think he would even call himself that I think we've asked him about that before. Hey, good luck with your ministry man I appreciate it Adrian. Thank you so much for the call. Yeah. Good luck with the ministry, but you would be way more successful with that here in New Hampshire like An said, you know we voted for like five volunteers today and you're just not going to get anywhere else. That's just here in keene. Yeah. Just hearing came there were others that we know about that. We weren't eligible to vote for because they're in different counties eight, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. This is free talk live. News From News Dot Bitcoin, DOT COM US Postal Service files a patent for new blockchain voting method. Warren Buffett changes his opinion on gold. Maybe bitcoin is next six billion dollar. 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He had heard good arguments he said on both sides. Okay, well, here's a Supreme Court I. Don't know what court ruled et but here's a court argument on Court of Appeals. I believe it was on Snowden side saying that yes. In fact, the NSA was breaking the law. Yup that's. which the law is pretty broad and allows them to do pretty much anything they want. So the fact that they violating. That's newsworthy in another self. I didn't know that trump had even these teasing he's teasing about it. I don't want to vote for trump I don't either but. If he pardoned snowed in men L.. I said I would I said if if trump pardons snowden or or Ross Albrecht and probably assange one of the one of them, I would be happy to devote format case because that's a pretty big deal to any one of those three guys. Yeah. and so here's the other news that was this point is this what set the military industrial complex. was his was his being Open to the possibility of pardoning a snowden. No, I wouldn't say they're after him per se but they're definitely mad now now that he said what he said over the weekend he was at a press conference on day where he said that he has the support of the troops but not their bosses quote I'm not saying the military is in love with me the soldiers are the top people in the Pentagon probably aren't. Let's because he has a yes. To start a war he said further quote because they want to do nothing but fight wars so that all those wonderful companies that make bombs and make the planes and make everything else stay. Happy. But we're getting out of the endless wars unquote. This is Donald Tronto trump. On Labor Day weekend at a press conference. To appeal to Libertarians, he's anybody who's antiwar in this particular primary primarily libertarians. Liberals here. There's some antiwar liberals out there but you know trump talk is cheap to you. You've been president for four years. Now I don't see it likely that you're going to actually end any of these wars I don't think so either but I'll give him credit where credit's due he has been less Warri than his previous. He has not started any and he's done a little bit of de Escalation there was this I. think it was Syria a Syrian situation where he said basically to stand down not bomb some people I think that was Syria There was, of course, his negotiations with Kim Jong Hoon to. To the Korea's which no one in American presidency has ever spoken in person like that with somebody from north with North Korean dictator like that. Ultimately nothing's happened. I mean there's nothing is come that but you know it was a gesture in a in a positive direction so and we have not gone to war with North Korea. Not Yeah, that's right. So I don't know. I. Mean it could be worse a lot worse. It could have been hillary who seemed to have. He's she seemed she. Wanted more with Russia. That's for sure. Yeah. And you know trump seemed to want one with China I don't know whether or not he still beating a dead horse but. At least during the two, thousand, sixteen election, he certainly was so I will agree he is. The least warmongering president that we've had in a while and then as a result John. Bolton who was his? Defense Secretary or whatever. For some amount of time this total war Hawk guy that trump ended up firing Bolton has come out on the attack against trump for saying these things. Oh, how dare he attack the generals? How dare go after the military brass but these statements are factually true. They want to continue paying Lockheed Martin for all of those bombs and fighter jets. Well, here's the other interesting thing that's tied in with this is I saw on I follow Edward Snowden on twitter. And I saw snowden had posted yesterday he posted a little clip. Or like an image snap snip of a Glenn Greenwald's twitter account that Donald Trump had re tweeted something that Glenn Greenwald had written a Glenn Greenwald for those who don't know is the guy who broke the snowden story back in two thousand thirteen. Okay. Greenwald at the time was writing for the Guardian and he since moved onto a different website called the intercept. But Greenwald, is you know he's a lefty but he's still he's absolutely right on privacy issues and things like that. So the fact that Donald trump re tweeted Glenn Greenwald on its own is unusual and worth noting but what he re tweeted. is also worth talking about. So this story is coming from Rt.. and. Trump has since deleted that tweet right trump has deleted the re tweet. So he can't delete Glenn Greenwald's tweet. But what Glenn Greenwald posted that was re tweeted by trump was this quote here's a lesser known part of E