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"wise lynn" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"wise lynn" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"Hey everybody it's Andrew and it's Anna from scary stories to tell in the pod and here's some awesome things to check out this week on the forever dog podcast network. Megan shelter is a guest on seek treatment and Katyn. Pat Are on confronting demons. That's right it's a secret. Even Confronting Evens Crossover. This is just very good. These are the villains of the comedy scene. There they're talking in there chatting and they're mixing in their matching and they're cooler than we'll ever be in that's fine on sloppy seconds big dipper and meatball chat with Chicago legend and wallpaper enthusiasts Shade Kuei from season nine of repulse drag race. Wow those are three absolute stars of not only the drag world all so my heart speaking of stars in my heart check in with Sydney emory on the unofficial expert. And Hey we'd love for you to listen and subscribe to our own spooky show scary stories to tell on the pod where we take you on a deep dive into the fascinating world of American folklore. Go Stories huntings and urban legends via the Classic Children's series scary stories to tell them the dark. Thank you so much supporting our network. Now please please enjoy this episode. Won't you won't you? Why is len left out of everything this week? On the Lois Duncan's daddy taught pill. Welcome to increase. The podcast discussed white pulp fiction. I was thrown by that tagline. It was very weird. One of your host wins a case. I. I'm to one of your hosts Kelly nugent and today we're joined by a very special guest. You may know him as a writer for transformers and teenage mutant Ninja Turtles as host of Nintendo Cartridge Society podcast. But most importantly as our number one foremost expert on all things load up. Patrick Allergies is here. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited. Chocolate Dunk figure out why Lynn is being left out of everything. Why why is she down? And we know within seconds origins back to the time we know and she isn't even fully being left out. She's leaving herself out. Yeah she's withdrawing I think she's clinically depressed. Oh Yeah Oh yeah you should come. Stanchly key circumstantial. She's fine before she wants. Nothing in this. The whole book wants to how she wanted to hall into us to be a hill girl again but she also wants to not want Paul. She wants Paul to warrant her more. There we go. Yes so that interesting confident which I feel like many people can relate to myself. Okay here's the thing. Did I love this book? Yes I fucking this book I love. His Books Are White. It was like it was such old. Fashioned fluffy nonsense. Yeah but it was so it was like a like I said. We're Kelly and I were texting about this a little bit. It's like it's like I'm sitting on a cloud. I seriously feel so quite late. Risk Super Coleman and also like a benefit so much from I assumed that the version that we all read is the only version that exists is a non updated version right. This would be insane to not dirk without a cell phone but no other languages is usually. He's still saying darn and they're also saying he and like what was. Oh He's a grand fellow people saying like fine but not in like a sarcastic way. I love sincere fine fine like ooh isn't that fine. What a fine notion you know. Okay so let me judge it. We we don't have a okay here. We go ready so ready. Oh man okay. I'm only at the because the only place I could find the description of this book it is available on Condal Which is to buy a hard cover for two hundred dollars? You can no thank you. Oh there's a really good tagline on the Condo version actually really what is it? Lynn Chambers has always been a member of the in crowd but But can she give that up to do? What's right? tagline long along. It's a little long but it's very accurate and grabs your attention. It's better than Wise Lynn. Being left out of everything Jiang okay. Ready Lynch Chambers is popular wealthy and going home most study with a handsome college boy but when she decides not to be a debutante. Lynn finds herself on the outside which leads her to a side of town. She barely knew existed there. She meets Anna. Oh you have to talk about Anna. Oh my God. An artist accurate overlooked by the debutante crowd and bad boy. Dirk masters was a fast car a quick temper and a dark secret involving Lynn. He likes Sir. I think that's the dark secret. He likes her. It's not very I think they're trying to market it like her other books which it's not. It's dark for the time it's true. It's like it was. I mean the classes daring secret dude yet. His secret he's pure. Oh man he's pouring he. He's in love with a non poor of with a riche. Here's the thing. He was capital P. problematic. It's true but he was also extremely hot. Hughes to figure this out is he the low dunk boy or as Paul Volodin Halls Loda also loan dunk boy. Now 'cause he will actually yeah. He has this dark secret of being a boy. There's like yes tends to be a bad way. Well there's always a bad boy. Low Duncan a good boy low dunk but obviously Paul is the like true low dunk. Sure is more the down a dark hall low dunk born. Yes yes I think honestly if you look at the two characters. You'll see. That looks really experimenting with duality. And kind of like two different sides. The same I..

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"wise lynn" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast

The Healing Place Podcast

16:19 min | 1 year ago

"wise lynn" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast

"Like you now just i don't believe there's accidents on broad until small group with her and and and the and the exercise is to have that person in in your life so you sit in one chair and you have the same teacher and in the empty chairs that person cnet has made you feel mad sat gladder afraid and <hes> through that process person in her lifeless or thought and her father was incredibly abuse and our father demeaned in her father's still exists and he continues to be that person our life and that that gave me an insight into where rage resistance was coming and she works in prisons <unk>. She was one of the most feeder individuals in in that prison overseeing these these inmates in women's prison and <hes> the second time mm-hmm. We got together after going through this experience when she let go of that she was. I remember her city in a corner and she was now nitty which is very creative process right and and and requires another part of your soul and and that indicate that that the you know that that harkness was was gone degree right until i realized again going back to the story if if we just see people where they are right and we're all in audubon of ken wilber integral ago theory but wrong different places in the continuum of consciousness right and many of us are still living right basic stage of by beer and rather than resenting them to just be where they are with them ornate brown. You go into a ah right. That's empathy right now. Fix me upbeat with me. You know ryan stevenson proximity right did not you know many of these individuals like at ask them and got them and they have tremendous access in wealth through the one percent right and they're fixing the world's problems at the same time they're also contribute to the world's problems right and part of it is they're so separate the problems that they're trying to fix because they don't have proximity and i think that's one of the things that success does for us this idea of this american dream it has separated us from each other right because it's now about the things i have versus who i am inside right so the work i'm about to do is i had these amazing people in my life that i've met over the last last six years <hes> national trauma experts and teacher leaders on brand together in october in kansas city actually topeka which i heard a center of the country the stephen. I are going to take them through. This experience in the idea is what these leaders to help us to ben. <hes> gives us experienced the teachers. How do we bring this into the education space my understanding is that <hes> when you have that light comes through right that i had when you have those seeds planted that then at begins to change right you start to see that there's other. There's other this other way of being this other way. See like a lance that i looked at her through is changing gradually. I haven't inlands ends coming to the point where after she share i said to her you mind if i hug you right versus this person who on unlike us right right and she said sure and then we held each other that was more healing for me than for her right just like with my parents with my father and so. I know that that's possible for us. <hes> and i don't think it exists. I think it's that connection between intellect and heart ashton woke me up to the power of knowledge but i also had a lighter than informed me that is just as valuable knowledge <unk> attained through the suffering. I experienced through the experiences. I had through the things i overcame right and and so i think to bring that into the space and to just honor each other s. and i'm looking at teachers because they have such an impact right bernanke talks about this. You know that eighty percent of children children who are <hes> are impacted negatively by a teacher and generally. It's they're created cells in all their ability to do who are music or somebody just telling them. What are you doing in my class. You can't serve up but at the same time ninety percent of teachers cheers and it's an exercise we do in the training are the are the golden golden shot right are the individuals said i got you so much to get right and so that's such a powerful space to to help that transformation cutting out because if a teacher stars ars to see themselves they can't help but when they step into that space see these children right adults are these individuals that they're in charge our job in a way right and that's where the trauma piece you know informed that many of these kids are coming hungry many of them <hes> coming alone feeling worthless <hes> experienced tremendous community and family violence and mike myself. You know if you're up to three in the morning. Listen to your father beat the crap out of his mother. You're not paying attention to the math lesson lobby why struggled with algebra which that's a whole 'nother thing because i don't know it denies so many people the ability to get a college degree and especially people of color out other other skill sets and other things that they have to get right so again things like we focus on stem and decide this is the answer and that denied all other created which we're now focusing on the social emotional right buses human beings and so it's complex. It's a complex world with a lot of questions but you know i think one of my favorite writers random unreal rock influenced man in his letter string young poet he was saying to the young poet. Just keep asking the questions someday walk into those answers though i think that's what i have to give its are in terms of in our conversation grateful for you. <unk> avenue on your show is <hes> at this age and they're such a need for men like myself that you know <hes> the men i was before in albuquerque richard rohr james stanley and <hes> and others who have been guides to me. We've made our wiseman. You know and we need our wise. Lynn to hold up are the children that are coming at you know at come after us who are going to be struggling with a really complicated world cry our environment and our lack of respect for mother earth than and our racial issues and and all this trauma stuff but you know on a note of hope this the plus blame last <unk> billion concert regenerate since learn until i mean i'm always blown away by like the ninety eight year old who gets her masters to create like i saw that something is not right the discard these beautiful people like in my culture we still have a penetration you know <hes> my father's end they give me a lot also my grandmother my daddy and my grandfather sebastian and when my grandfather's dash who my father throughout of the house when he was twenty because my grandfather was driving his mom my dad's mom around by the air when i met him in his late theft he had stopped drinking he was no longer drinking ends a different individual and remember visiting bolivia at twenty long long and my grandfather was at the end of his life and a went to a battle yada which is barbecue with me and he sat with nanny anyhow a beer and my uncle all said to you know what an honor that is you know. He doesn't drink any any striking with you because he's ashra you into manhood may not know if that's necessarily a healthy thing again everything in moderation but it's a symbolist ixnay go right. Now you know see yourself as as a young man right and gassing us onto you and so i think there's there's that piece of it in terms of trying to there's a group of asking <unk> aspen working on but we've a social service project they're looking at the isolation in this country and the loneliness and disenfranchisement awesome franchise moment and realizing that this new movement that we're experiencing is about back into the community and it doesn't seem to be the experts right that lead us but each other gaffe dislike in what you're doing in bringing us together from all over the world having these conversations locally you know planting some seeds hopefully bringing some questions and getting to know each other in a much underway. Yes it's beautiful so i have to will end on on my favorite question and you've watched a few of my listen to a few of my episodes so if you could meet anyone in the world who help you with your continued journey dead or alive who would it be. You know it'd be saint francis francis i although jimmy carter's close second i've driven to pass georgia couple times and i <hes> is is such a wonderful man. I think has done so much since leaving the presidency much more than he does president in terms of bringing us to this understanding of oneness with each other and lobbing others but sam francis you now <hes> i that's his prayer you know <hes> lord may be an instrument of your peace with air say trip on me so your love garden that sobers ounce announced for me and at some point you know these transformations right because he can't from great wealth and then realized allies that the answer wasn't there right and gave everything way created. Actually richard is a franciscan assault community that still thousands of you still here right with us and so i think <hes> you know when i left to care for my father. I put everything i had in store which i haven't seen for nyc three years now i don't even know what stare and i put everything that was able to in in in like twelve boxes in my rap for and those things were the pictures of my family members. My child's pictures reserved things that reminded me of our you know <hes> incident powerful but in a sense devalued by the culture we live in right and i don't wanna get. I don't want to bring those things back in my life. You know i one of the ways i regulated related to spend hours in front of the television said i realized feeling non ride horses opening up a book for more challenging my you know self creatively or intellectual knee but again. I wasn't in that in that place i wasn't able. I didn't have those tools important to understand like francis. He didn't just create the community he lived. Lift certain remodeled it right and then people got to see it so i think as leaders as teachers were modeling a certain way of being being and <hes> there's so many there's so many good people doing so many wonderful days. I remember as an actor. You know wanting to be marlon brando the <unk>. My one of my teachers was like evans. Have you looked yourself self about your like not not look anything like marlon brando a but the thing was was like <hes> being mazed good enough and each one of us is unique and in our own way and if we we can help us to get to back to like you know be who we are like a true self while beautiful uh-huh beautiful i recently well not recently praying the last few years came across the concept of minimalism and it was so we've done it at our home and we've gone through went through our entire basement. You know we had shelled on their filled with stuff and i decided this this. These things were just collecting dust that i thought oh i may use severe. I might want to keep it and i thought why i gave it all. Mr personality like this thing needs to be loved by someone else and so the idea we've gone talk with given away so much stuff but we put it out on facebook and we say hey we have this this and this and this and this and i take pictures and i put it out and whoever wants it free to good home man like my mom's record collection was a blast because my mom was like you know inner eighties. She said i don't listen to these records anymore. I can't hear you're them anyway and so i said well i'm going to give them away and she said okay and prima all these young kids showed up at our house and they were like finals like made a comeback and so they were winning all of these old elvis records and even like disney she had some all disney stuff and people were just excited excited because they and it was these kids in their twenties so it was really cool to see <hes> gifting away anchors to start to yes i. I have a twenty five or twenty three thirteen to do it all over again. I know right right. She's a great kid so yeah. You never know i had a recent. Can i share the story sure you're so one of the james. Finley is one of my teachers <hes> and was a monk at the abbey with thomas merton and has is written number of books <hes>.

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"wise lynn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"wise lynn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And breaking news. What the heck? Brentwood hills. Talking breaking news, Jim because we just heard this in the sports report, and you were covering that as well. Lebron James surpasses Michael Jordan last night on the scoring list. Right. That's right. So now, what next up would be Kobe. Theoretically, these fifteen hundred points away, far he could do it this season from Kobe. Here's a question. I just wanted to throw out to you. Because you're you're a sports fan world sports fans here. And I don't care if people aren't sports fans. This is a cool question if you could draft if you were drafting at the beginning of the career on your team, are you taking 'em j after two years of college or are you taking LeBron out of high school? On your team. On taking 'em Jana second because you know, his record or gyp because he is he still in your mind, even though LeBron surpass score. There will how they do in the pros. Yeah, we still do you still do it because he's got the two years college experience at feel better than see guy out of high school. See I feel the same way about that. I mean, I genuinely I do Kobe Bryant was that high school a moment. Point. Right. But. I know a lot of people talk about LeBron James is is on par with Tom Brady. As far as I'm concerned. Kobe. Bryant is on par with Tom Brady. I think Kobe Bryant Kobe got more. As more of a goat is more of a goat. Peak. People say LeBron's the goat. And I I don't I know he's probably the best now. Well, for sure absolutely. Kevin Durant might be Kevin Durant. Give it a couple more years. But the point of all this is is is so hard to compare across eras. It's so hard to compare a whole different game. The only sports you can really do that in. We're talking about Tom Seaver is really baseball because the stats hold up across time. And the game is essentially the same right? Right now. Right. Right. And you also you also have an international pool of players to that. You didn't have. I mean who knows how Dominicans would've played against Babe Ruth. I mean, you know, but, but I just it's interesting to me because we look at these people. And. Do you ever? Just get this feeling when you look at these players whether it's tiger playing golf or whether it's LeBron or Brady were which were so quick to want them off the stage. Like, all right. We're retired of you. Let's get let's get Zion Williams. Well, that's true. But I also think that when you see them start to deteriorate you wanna say, okay. Yeah. Maybe you should hang it up. I was talking to somebody. I can't remember who it was probably not the right? They start to fall off older skills. There was somebody who was talking to earlier this year. I can't remember was it said Tom Brady was fallen off. I says he's playing great. It's amazing. Somebody was saying to me he's losing a Steph. That might have been me. I honestly I didn't think they were going to go all the way this year because the way they played. I don't think I was alone. No, no. I don't think so people who felt that way. But boy when it comes to. Okay. So I'm going to ask you he comes through. I'm gonna ask you, very painful question. Locally painful, quite a locally painful question. Okay. All things being equal. And they never are. I understand that. You're Mr. charger, you're in charge of the chargers operation. Okay. For where you are now. And where you've been is drew Brees still your quarterback or you with Phil rivers. That's tough. I know it's hard 'cause I fill rivers. I think I think the world of one hundred percent nominal human being with the kind of career their breezes put together New Orleans didn't he set a record? I think he said quite a few. But yeah that that's a tough question. I probably have to go with Brees because he's got the he's got the ring. And he's got the records. It's true. But what do you have done it if he was anywhere but voiding stairs. That's a great question. And all this ties together because we what are we do? We compare presidents is true Trump who's like Clinton who's every one of these stars are standalone characters at a time in which they play. I don't know that I don't know that LeBron could've played in the eighties in the NBA, which was a much more physical game. Checking I don't know that Brady could have been as successful as he is. Now, if he was playing in the time of Joe Montana and being able to just pummel the quarterback and dump them on his head like McMahon. I mean or even earlier eras were running the ball was more, absolutely predominant. Jim Brown is the is the monster and Walter Payton is a monster and gale sayers. And those guys that was a different time. Yeah. It's hard to totally. But that doesn't take away from what they've achieved. Because Brady is a is the goat in football. I I sure that's indisputable for sure. And I still think Michael Jordan is eight basketball. It's worth looking back at people real quick. I would just say this about about stats, especially in football. If you go back and look at the numbers of quarterbacks put up the people that you think are amazing like transcending quarterbacks. They put up like kinda like if you look at Roger Staubach's passing numbers. Oh, okay. Going back to that. Like even across the aisle. You will get the top fifty or one hundred quarterbacks just based on passing percentages and things like that. You look at Roger Staubach, I think he only through for like twelve thousand twelve thousand yards. But he got a late start though. Did he went he served in the navy at a time when you could opt out you could refuse your commission, and he didn't he didn't. So he went in the NFL twenty seven. Well, that's one. And the other reason is the pass was as very prolific as it is today. I mean, very true throw the ball time. Now, I am the guys like breeze and crew are putting up these huge. Now, we'll say one final thing. It does seem to me. And I don't want to jinx. It does seem to me taking it back home to San Diego here. Pods sparkman. There is a sparklers there is for real and the factor playing well in spring training. I mean, I know it's only spring training. No, no. But they're playing well for sure numbers, and they look good. That helps when you've got Ha's Moore and you've also got Machado. And you've also got what you I mean. I will be in the pudding they get back here and there start what happens when what happens when San Diego is the most exciting baseball on the west coast. This this town of going crazy. They did the last time they were. Yeah. I know I know Ardy Marino's boys are pretty good. But. Well, who cares? Thank you. Jim sherman. This guy is such an elitist. Isn't that big aid for is that? Yeah. Yeah. Of course. But for astonishingly astronaut are you making fun of the Los Angeles angels of Anaheim and chino. Yeah. Whatever they are. The Orange County. Angels over San Bernardino of Kashmir of Uganda. Nice john. Yeah. Very nice go away. All right. Eight hundred seven sixty eight hundred seven sixty five sixty. But so we were just talking about like comparing these greats. Right. Look at look at what Trump has been able to cobble together. Like just just in the abstract. Okay. I think if if you looked at Donald Trump, and you were going to say he was a quarterback in the NFL, you know, who she would have to be Kurt Warner. Her Warner really because look at how Kurt Warner was stocking shelves, and he goes in wins two Super Bowl rings, pretty quick. Yeah. Trump. He's never been a politician is he's never been a politician. You're not entirely certain. He ran for president because he really wanted to be president or he wanted to just run for the presidency, and he ends up winning the thing. It's like it's like a lottery ticket, but it's a lottery ticket that literally gave you every headache on the planet. I know nobody on the left is going to go with me on this. But to be one hundred percent on just for a minute. Can you imagine? What if Trump really didn't had nothing to do with it? I don't think he did collude with Russia like if there was no collusion at all. Like, you knew for a biblical certitude that there was no collusion with Russia at all his kids had meetings, and people were all kind of trying to be independent operators, but he had nothing to do with it in any way, shape or form. Think about the headache. He has had to endure he has been put through the grinder. He's been put through that thing where you where you put the pasta into the press to make lasagna noodles and just take this this large thing, and it just gets like paper thin, and it's just crushed. And he doesn't take a page. I think if I was Trump, I really think I'd be like, you know, what you you. So and so's now, I'm keeping the paycheck. Here's an e to. I would I'd be like now. Keeping it you've been. So mean to me I'm gonna keep it now. I'm gonna buy you something with it. I'm gonna take my very check. And I'm going to buy a lot O'Meara clue. That's what I'm gonna do corvette. Clue at a corvette. That's nice John eight hundred seven sixty. Seven sixty five three six. I mean, this is it's just we live in this really funky time. And I'm just curious to see what you what you guys think about this. You still have looming out there, and I keep teasing this. But you still have looming out there the possibility that we're going to get this China trade deal thing fixed, by the way, isn't a curious. Isn't it curious that you see this story that's out there? Now that says China the Chinese government through walkway who the president banned from doing business in the United States because we don't trust them on our five G walkway is suing now to get back into the market in the United States. Oh, okay. This ought to be going to take the phone. Call real quick here land in San Marcos on Donald Trump is football wise. Lynn who is he football wise. I think President Trump is Johnny you one of the greatest quarterbacks ever, he rebranded. The coke was a walk on and. Became a scar. But he was also humble my vote. That's interesting. See, that's that's interesting. He was you are right about being walk on. And you are right about transforming. And he was really sort of your first modern kinda superstar kinda guy. And then and then there was that other guy who parachuted in from New York, another guy from New York who parachuted in like, Donald Trump who guaranteed things and one title, and then just became a rockstar off of that Joe Nemeth, but he came from the pedigree of Alabama football. So that's that's a really good observation. I do appreciate it. I think that's really good. That's like super. All right. Have a great night be safe out there. That's a Johnny. You. Johny you..

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"wise lynn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"wise lynn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Take over the rest of his term. And then the wheel election coming up shortly same thing with public advocate because the tissue James graduated from that to the attorney general they will have the election today. But only last about two years before the election comes up and the person must want gamble with all that said body, and I have covered this race from top to bottom. You've heard from candidates like Michael Blake live in-studio just last Friday, the guy we're endorsing. But on this show, many many times the only real Republican on stage. L good friend, Eric all rich. And today is your chance to go out and vote. So we implore all you folks in the five boroughs get out and vote today, and please vote for our guy. A rick. Please. Ladies and gentlemen, begging, you begging, you there is a there is a sliver of hope for this city Gabrieli while he's if if there is a sliver of hope you Eric rich is that sliver of him, which wait till Lewinsky who would have big hormone is start back for the Yankees yesterday. As a matter of fact, I it's worth repeating yesterday. The last line in the New York Post endorsement of Eric go rich, if you just want city Democrats to stop embracing craziness you should go out and cast a vote for Alridge Vigo. So New Yorkers go today. Right. I think the the consensus is a much of what this is based on Bernie by the consensus is no disrespect to Melissa Mark Viverito or Michael Blake or the rest of the field. But it seems like it come down could come down to two people Eric rich because he is the only Republican and this clown Jimani Williams was so happy to see finally with his nine thousand buttons and his race for Lieutenant governor. It was so nice to see him yesterday answering questions about his two thousand nine arrest. Well, that was actually finally exposed. I don't know where the opposition was during the election for governor Lieutenant governor, which he ran for with Cynthia Nixon. Why that didn't come out back? Then I mean that that was again inexplicable. But because he wasn't the go-to guy. It was all about Cynthia Nixon wanting against Cuomo. But in this case, he's the go-to guy. He wants his position, right? But either way it came out yesterday. And so scratch him off the list that guys he's a flaky. He's nutty. We mean scotch him off the list you can win. I'm urging New York. Good. Good. Good good 'cause he can still win this. He's still the favorite anybody can in this race of seventeen people. In fact, that's the only reason why Eric rich has a chance is because he can win with a pretty small plurality of votes. That's right. And so New Yorkers. This is like almost miraculous. That a guy like Eric rich can actually win a city wide public office as the day, and you can make it happen. Half of this show actually lives in the boroughs. Of course, you Bernardin Jili live in that God awful place Long Island. Still do you not sense envy in these Todd MVP I lived in Boca Raton for sixteen years. That's Long Island on steroids. The same thing. We know hated it swapping and drugs and heroin smoking pot with their kids gorgeous. Y'all do that you have the beach right there. Syringe? Railroad. E. Eighteen and drugs. Nassau Suffolk are that most highest tax? Some of the some of the most prosperous wealthiest counties is one of the wealthiest counties in the United States three. Nice city got Manhattan. It's nice shelter. Rock is nice. I guess parts of great neck is still. Rosins? Okay. That's going the other way what been past the railroad, tracks and wise Lynn going the other way. It's all a matter of time envy equals on hate. No. In fact, the plant that type of money. I'd be living in Bergen county and ten applying New Jersey, not Long Island. Anyway, it's not important. I live in the boroughs. We can make a difference. I live in Manhattan, I'm a real New Yorker and Matt Meany lives in Brooklyn, New York vocal. Oh. Opole? Did you register to vote? Absolutely not. Media you registered. I am. I am. All right. I believe you and you can make a difference today. Will I told you the truth? You believe me, I could have said, of course, I knew I knew I was I would have bet my money that you were not registered could still vote for the mayor of Boca Raton, though. Testing a lot of good hill. Do when are you going to register register when you get it back? I will register in New York when I get my next contract from Cumulus, right? So next year. I what does one have to do with the other because I'm not about to make any long-term this. I know you a when they okay, you can't lecture Jilin IFA living in the suburbs. Right. And then neglect to go registered to vote in an election where you can actually make I've been moving. Don't forget, I went from Brooklyn to Manhattan. Two and a half years you've been here Borelli Benny for two and a half years, and I moved from one to the other night different apartment that taking the bar exam. You registered to vote. I understand I've been very busy noticed you take a look at Twitter Instagram on Facebook. I do something every single day and every single news. There is no excuse for that. There really is. No, no. But I was hobnobbing with Jennifer nettles last night, you were doing that. Yes. And you're to be commended for that. It's a nice nice 'cause rule you kid goes to. I did I didn't vitamin not spending a before she seems to have some some slight recollection Bernie, and I 'cause she was at Nash country couple of months ago. You don't know who she is. She's the least Singapore the group Sugarland does a lot of solo stuff. She's a beautiful lady and a great center and my son's school. Which is the reason why I live on the Upper West side move there because it's close to. Gabriel's school. They hold this annual gala and it's the fourteenth annual. It's the second one I've been to and last night they held it at pier. Sixty Chelsea piers, which is a beautiful beautiful place a place that I've hosted in the past, and she was the entertainment Jennifer nettles from Sugarland she performed at that is so so odd, I know like Jennifer nettles on the Upper West side. It's like Cardi B being in Belfast Ireland. You say that because he's a he's actually from Atlanta. But she obviously country music Tennessee, but she's on my son schools board, but she actually is heavily involved with the school. What did I don't know? Why whatever reason as odd as it may seem. Yeah. She's doing the nice thing. Then Jeff Rossen. You know, who that is? No, yes. You do NBC locally. He's the Washington correspondent. Oh that is facing. All exactly one. Of course, he was the host last night. But by the time, I left the event the the powers that be at the school asked me, wait a second. We had Lindsey Janice from channel seven WABC this year. We had Jeff Rossum from channel four NBC. Why don't we just have you hosted? And I'm like, what are you going to do is ask? And this guy James cycle, you hosted next year. I said, no. That's not your thing. No. It's not what the answer is. No, thank you. I miss veto last night to be Email about to leave this. I believe it. So it was a wonderful event. But there was another event going on in the city at the same time and every Tuesday, we speak the boat deal. I think he was at the other event which was the retirement party for our good friend Dominic aka uncle junior from the sopranos big event at the friars club last night. So I'm getting text messages from folks who were there and somebody told me, and I'm looking for confirmation that Tony danza our body, and Carol all supermodel was you're not that long ago. Were there together, and are dating isn't that a weird combination? Tall, right. And right. I mean, he's in great shape shorter guy. She can put a drink on his head. But no confirmation bulk. God bless if they are the two nights people great people as she is beauty, and he's sort of. Well, I was gonna say ageless. But as as we saw that we saw the different as as, but he's still a handsome guy. Anyway, we've got a lot to do today. Folks. A lot of news President Trump in Vietnam it summit number two with North Korea. How about the release of a hostage from Yemen? That's a huge story as well as today's public advocate election. But here in New York City will talk to we'll talk to Anthony cumia. We'll talk to Gordon Chang, plenty of sports news as well..

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"wise lynn" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

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"wise lynn" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Lin manuel miranda's doesn't seem that angry no he should be much angrier or more her lee sort of like needs to go to the hospital but isn't dying and it is like why is larry in the hot in the ambulance with him larry's the last person should go should be f marie abraham or like his assistant or something right like larry like the guy who shot against hillary ambulance of all he feels responsible by wise lynn let him in the ambulance that's crazy i mean yeah limao miranda's career could be over at this point because stupid larry david and he doesn't is nice guy in the show so like why is that you like leading larry nunno mention we should mccoy's in from the painful latrobe that's a good point yeah okay so larry realizes that he is elite four the wedding and he wants the ambulance driver to drop him off yet pretty funny i thought it was gonna jump out for a second we're also we've seen right before that they'd flesh to the the wedding in larry's not there when the singer's distract and people i mean and should larry have gotten out and tried to call an uber and then we could have brought that story back into it yeah i think i would have been funny all he calls an uber it's that guy that guy doesn't take him and then we you know we still get the payoff with rice dan or that guy knows valentina ernst from some so somehow involved in the swing earth thing look i eat there there's possibility but again and we don't need to add more stuff onto this if anything we should be cutting and we've we've got a lot of the episode but i agree okay so larry is late for the wedding designer is now beginning to sign and suzy is very.

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